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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 13, 1970

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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llevinush Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY onrf THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folurr.e 46 Number 46
Miami. Florida Friday, November 13, 1970
Two Sections F.'ice 2 ] ~
\n History of Israel Bonds
Miami Firm Makes Largest Bond Purchase
,,r, Miami became the
Ifcjtr 01 the targes! single Israel
rchase in the world this
Lrek .' n tfte giant GAC (or-
. hich recently moved
K headquarters to tliis area,
lni.li!- !l S>l,008bMO purchase.
,,,. the largest
.. I Bond drive's 20-
, uas announced in
ttatemeat issued by s.
HiivH.inl Wills, president and
lhairmati of the board or OAC
Oorporation, and Israel Bond
- -: ii.ii director .Michael
Litvak.
Robert I.. Siegel, a partner
Iitfa ( \< on the Del Prado and
Mnison flrande condominiums,
and a member of the Israel
Bond Organization's board Of
governor*, was instrumental in
MTngtng the sale. Mr. Siegel,
president of Temple Menorah.
bus been selected as the honoree
for fie temple1! annual Israel
Bond dinner Saturday evening
at the FontaineMeau Hotel.
Pointing out that the world-
wide Israel Bond Organisation
has adopted a $500,000,000 goal
to be reached during the next
In months, and that Miami's tar-
get for the same period is some
$20,000,000 for the same period,
Mr. I.itvak said, "The purchase
made by the OAC Corporation
is commensurate with the ear-
rent unprecedented goal. We are
confident thai it will serve as an
Incentive t;> other major cor-
porations and financial Institu-
tions."
Noting that Israel is the sole
bastion <>t democracy in the
Middle Bast, Mr. Wills said he
believes an Investment in Is-
rael is an investment in democ-
racy. The corporation's purchase
of Isra< 1 Bonds is a good invest-
Pient. he said, and Is in line with
the policy established by Gulf
American ('orioration, which
was purchased by OAC last
year.
Cabinet Tries To Heal Rift
Over Return To Peace Talks
,: M (JTAi The
- week appeared to
to mend a rift that has
within the govcrn-
- the Jarring i>eace talks.
ng to reliable sources.
M nister Moshe Dayan.
by Deputy Premier
n and a majority of
' -. favors Isr
lied peace nego-
without a c irrec-
t's truce violations.
Pre Ida Meir, Foi
i Bban and other
rs are report -
I, a- a matter of
iy backtracking
' the violations.
The matter was discussed at
thr lir-I cabinet meeting, pre-
yed over by Premier Meir since
set departure for the i'nited
BtStei ., month ago. Mrs. Meir.
who returned to Israel Friday, is
fxpeefed to deliver a poUtical re-
port to the Knesset this Week
Hues will offer the parliament
in ( mrtunitv to debate the
'?lie cit ti. Jarring talks. Ae-
fording to informed sources, she
ants to have a united govern-
ment behind her before she
Wags :h matter before the
Knesset anil the Israeli public.
Mrs. Meir was re|x>rtod to have
briefed the Cabinet on her talks
with U.S.. Canadian and British
leaders during her recent tour.
She was .said to have expressed
satisfaction with the truce ex-
tension with no time limit, on a
asj of ltcipruxiiy. and report-
edly remarked that there was
no obstacle to resuming peace
talks with Jordan under the au-
spices of Dr. Jarring bee
there was no problem of missiles
on the Jordanian front. Afl
Secretary "f State William P.
rs met with Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Bban for an hour in
N< w York. Foreign Ministry
sources here said the United
States had conveyed its hope
that a way would be found to
renew the Jarring talks within
the framework of the American
peace initiative but that no pres-
sure has been exerted on Israel
to return to the talks immedi-
ately. According to reports from
New York. Mr. Rogers and Mr.
Fban agreed that the best way
to achieve a Mideast settlement
wps through the Jarring talks.
The Israeli government, how-
ever no longer regards the
American peace initiative as
the motivating factor behind the
evtended cease-fire in the Suez
Canal zone. As the Israelis see
It. the truce extension stems
from the recommendation of the
General Assembly which con-
tained no speolal standstill con-
ditions. According to the Lsraelis,
this releases thm, and the Egyp-
tians as well. IiDiu any c.iminiit-
menl to a Standstill in the craw-
fire zone.
That point was stressed by
(;.: Dayan in a speech to the
Ei ginee s Club in Haifa. He was
als i quoted as favoring Israel's
Continued en Paqa tl-A
Completing the transaction in which GAC Corporation pur-
chased SI.000,000 in Israel Bonds--the largest single
purchase in the history of the Israel Bond organization
are GAC president S. Hay-ward Wills, (center) who presented
the check to Michael Litvak, (right) director of the Israel
Bond organization. At left is Robert L. Siegel who was instru-
ental in arranging the sale.
1970 Trends Revealed
3 Suspects In Jewish Year Book
Blast Damages Third
Synagogue In Rochester, N.\.
R0CH :. n.y. (jtai
are continuing their
|*JiR into the dynamite
! m irning of Tern-
tie Beth Am. The temple was
nf third Rochester synagogue
*"**ed lss than two weeks
'" nth b'tildmg (inc'.ud-
'lunches i to be
oombed the past four weeks.
" ere reported in
[22 "Ml the latest Mast,
n-ch damaged every part of
ne cm, -st irj cinder-block syna-
k?fIC' ,ished offices and a
K'chcn,!i broke the windows
LL ''"'"Pie and of nearbv
[Jbm The police said the blast
w'rM"' ^ "fuse bombs" of
onsido 1(]v morc
| ** o' dynamite."
!-- Joseph Noble, spiritual
leader of the Conservative syna-
gogue, who said the Holy Scrolls
h id not been damaged, attributed
the explosion to "maniacs" who
do not represent the community,
adding: "I think the relation be-
tween all groups are excellent
here, but "ben a society exists
on violence and destruction it
can't long endure."
Temple Beth Am. a congrega-
tion of 70 families, was estab-
lished two years ago in a resi-
dential area of Henrietta, in East
Rochester, across the street from
Good Shepherd Rotmn Catholic
Church. On Oct. 27. Temple
Beth Sholom and the Eight of
Israel Sephardic Center here
were blasted within ten minutes
of each other.
In Bombings
Arraigned
TEL AVIV (JTAITwo Is-
raeli Arabs and a third from the
occupied territories were brought
before a magistrate here today
in connection with Friday's fatal
bomb explosions in the city's cen-
tral bus terminal.
The three suspects were weed-
ed out from among 1.120 Arabs
detained for questioning in mass
round-ups that begin within min-
utes after two small b >mbs c >n-
, tied In trash cans exploded,
claiming the life of a 26-year-
old accounting student who emi-
grated to Israel from Iraq in
1951. Thirty-four persons were
injured, three of them seriously.
The bombs, consisting of 250
grams each of dynamite, were
timed to explode at mid-day
when crowds in the bus terminal
wi re at a peak. Police Minister
Shlomo Hillel s,i(i the terrorists
must have known that there
were many Arabs as well as
Jews in the bus terminal at the
time and that the outrage would
leaH tt attacks on innocent
Arabs by certain "hot-headed
people." Police in fact had to
intervene against mobs who be-
gan attacking Arabs or anyone
who looked like an Arab in the
Continued on rg 8 A
NEW YORK (JTAIThe
world's Jewish population in-
creased by 89.000 to an esti-
mated 13,875.000 in 1969: inter-
marriage in the United States,
which is now estimated at be-
tween 10 and 15% of all marri-
ages involving a Jewish partner,
are likely to increase in coming
years, and concern about assimi-
lation, materialism and anti-
Semitism counted with a strong
desire "to live a Jewish life
among Jews." have been the
main factors influencing Jews
from the I'nited States and Can-
ada to emigrate to Israel.
These are among the conclu-
sions reached in the 1970 edi-
tion of the American Jewish
ISRAEL ALIYAH OFFICE
MAY BE OPENED
The possibility of an Israel
Aliyah Center office being
ODI ned in the Greater Miami
area was revealed by the
visit last week of Col. Na-
chum Golan, national dlr< C-
tor of the arm of the Jewish
Agency of Israel. Statist -
show that the number of
Americans deciding to make
Israel their home Increasi -
annually. A local office ol
the Israel Aliyah Cent* r
would help to provide such
individuals with information
and assistance.
War Book, published by the
American Jewish Committee and
the Jewish Publication Society
of America. Leon Shapiro, writer
and lecturer of Russian-Jewish
history at Rutgers University.
New Brunswick, reported that
the three countries with the lar-
gest Jewish populations at the
end of last year were again the
United States, with 5.8 million,
the same as at the end of 1968;
the Soviet Union, with 2.6 mil-
lion, up from 2.5 million, and
Israel, with 2.5 million, up from
2.4 million.
Following those three, and
with totals equal to those of I
year earlier, were Prance, 5 I
000: Argentina. 5CO.000; Britain,
410000 and Canada. 280
About 79'; of the world Jew-
ish population is in the Unil I
St tte*, the U.S S.R. and Isra >l.
iiu: pe's 4.0.1 million Je s,
2v million live in Comn
lands.
Comparison of end-of-1969
with end-of-1968 f:
shows \h? following results
in Europe: Austria down from
12.500 to 8.203: Czechoslovakia,
fr im 15,000 to 14.0n0: D~n-
ark level at 6.000: East
West Germany, constant at 30.-
000; Hungary, level at 80.00
II ily, down from 35.000 to 30.-
0 0; the Netherlands, level V
30 000: Poland down from 21.-
000 to 15.000; Portugal, con-
stant at 650; Rumania, contlnu-
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Nathans To Be Ner Tamid
Shalom Award Recipients
u, Mrs. William I. Nathan,! termed "the founding meeting of
given life-long service the State of Israel," by B in-
the founding and strengthening Gurion. At this meeting plans were
mapped to provide arms and other
essentials for the Haganah, Is-
rael's underground army, which
later became the Israeli Defense
Forces.
Mr. Nathan was one of the small
coterie ol Americans who. between
1945 and 1948, took upon them-
selves the responsibility of helping
to provide arms and equipment
for the Israeli Defense Forces
during the struggle for independ-
ence.
Organizations and institutions to
which Mr. Nathan has given ac-
tive leadership include B'nai B'rith,
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, and ORT. He has served
as president of the Big Brothers
League of the Hebrew National
Orphan's Home and served as
chairman of the Mt. Vorron United
Jewish Appeal Campiagn.
MR. onr $. WILLIAM I. NATHAN

.-..!! I),' honored at the
i imid-Israel Dinner
inday, Nov. -"'. at the
au Hotel. Dr. Eugene
ftovitz spiritual leader of the
announced,
[rs Nathan will be the
the Slate of Israel
nil. which was cre-
recognition to out-
rican Jewish leaders
cipation in the pro-
n i" engthen [sr lei's econ-
tij thi ii the Israel Bond

Murra} Shaw, Temple president,
dinner chairman, with
in Shaw serving as honor-
n. They will !* assisted
Dl I Mrs. Daniel Zalus.
::<' the Coqis of Hosts,
.' Greenberg, president of
s : hood, and Sidney
-dent of the Men's
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Nath.n has headed
lly prominent bus!-
is the Virginia Dare
'' William I. Nathan
I the Atlantic Thrift
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; esser, then a
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N (than moved up
" nks of garment worker
er and super salcs-
iDedicatrrl to the dream of holp-
PSto esUMish a Jewish state, Mr.
|alhan u.s one of the founders
Td a member of the famed Son-
pom Group a handful of Amer-
'' h leaders who were
p together by David Ben-
F>on at a secret meeting in
T ,0 mr'!' P'ms for the found-
0f Israt 1.
IJhe first meeting was held at
(JMHWie of Rudolph G. Sonne-
" New York, and later
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parents of two sons and two
daughters; they are Ira Mitchell,
of Rockville Centre. Long bland;
Frederick, of Mt. Vernon; Mrs.
Irving Indyke and Mrs. Charles
Salzhauer, both of Long Island.
Gingolds To Be Honored At
Histadrut Council Banquet
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gingold
of Miami Beach, who have dedi-
cated their lives to the establish-
ment and upbuilding of the State
ot Israel, will lie guests of honor
Nov. '>') at the annual banquet of
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida. The function, ex-
pected to attract more than 600
Jewish leaders from throughout
Dade and Broward counties, is
scheduled to take place in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Announcement of the Gingolds'
selection was made by Sam Fein-
stein, chairman of the board of
the Histadrut Council, and by Dr.
Leon Kronish. national board chair-
man of the American Israel His-
tadrut Foundation.
Mr. Ginglod, who served as pres-
ident of Farband branches in Chi-
cago and Los Angeles before mov-
ing here, has been a board member
of Histadrut for nearly 40 years.
He was a member of Poale Zion,
the Labor Zionist fraternal order,
in Poland and joined the Farband
in 1929 in Chicago.
After serving as president of the
Pinsky Branch there, he was elec-
ted to the Pracsidium of the Far-
band for Greater Chicago and was
vice president of the Labor Zion-
ist Council for the area.
Twice a delegate to a World
Zionist Congress, Mr. Gingold was
not only president of his Farband
City Committee in I>os Angeles,
but played a key role in the rapid
growth of Histadrut in Califoray.
He also lias been in the for
of the Israel Bonds campaigns in
Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Mrs. Gingold has been active in
the Labor Zionist movement since
1930 and three times was a dele-
gale to a World Zionist Congress.
Miriam, a chairman of the Pio-
neer Women Council in Chicago,
has been a member of the na-
tional executive committee of the
Pioneer Women for three decades.
She served as chairman of the
coordinating committee for the
1960 Assembly of the Labor Zion-
ist Movement, and was cultural
Chairman for the Pioneer Women
in Los Angeles. She now serves
as a national advisor to the Pio-
neer Women in Florida.
The Gingolds have played a maj-
or role in the decision by the His-
tadrut Council here to undertake
the building of the new, S2.000.000
South Florida Medical Center in
Beersheba, Israel. Histadrut in
Israel has pledged Sl.000.000 for
the project, to be matched in ,i
two-year drive here by the Hist i-
drut Campaign and Am irican Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation.
Reservations for the Nov. 29
dinner, at which I>racli security
chief Haim Zadok will speak, may
be obtained at the Histadrut of-
fice. One Lincoln Road Bldg. Mi-
ami Beach.
Beth Moshe Beginning
Adult Jewish Studies
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel, spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Moshe,
has announced that the Temple's
AAdult Jewish Studies will begin
Tuesday at 8:13 p.m.
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Peace Is Worth Eyery Effort
Qu_e: in se Middle bos: prevailed =5 Ibe Bfrekr? cecse-
:_-= between _-.- "."-.red Arab Repuhb:; and Israel was ex-
ended .as: week without formal careemen- The quiet may
ze e symbolic prelude ~o the scur.c a qur-s which r.~.-e
very begir.r.lr.g three months ago.
Dm desae 0; the Israelis to Lve la harmottj with i-.e_-
Arab neighbors ay rouse them to ignore, if not forget, the
serious violations of tbe standstill agreement by the Egyp-
.cr-s The stepped-up crms support by tbe United States
ar.d their own engineering triumphs in strengthening fora-
Lcctions along the Eastern bank of tbe Suez Canal have
r.ven Israel a greater sense of security than even before
the cease-fire. If the Cabinet decision is to resume tbe
talxs under tbe United Nations it is because i! can do so
cram from c position of strength
It may be that we will now see a new phase in the
Middle East situation in which the diplomats rather than
the military seek solutions. Peace may be just as illusory
under these circumstances that would come as no sur-
prise but for the nations directly involved, and the na-
:.ons of tbe world, it is worth every effort
Observance Has Special Significance
H_-.dreds of Jewish communities in North America,
bom Miami to Vancouver, will observe Jewish Boole Month
curing the next several week3. The purpose is still the
same as :t was when it first began, under the leadership of
be Jewish Book Council. 28 years ago.
Literature, particularly in book form, has been the
mainstay of Jewish creativity throughout the ages. At a time
vhen the American Jewish community is intensifying its
efforts to establish a stronger sense of peoplehood. the ob-
servance cf Jewish Book Month takes en special sigrufi-
cunce.
3etween November 20 and December 20 this year, the
Sanaa of Jewish Education, the YM-YWHA, synagogues
ar.d other culturcl institutions have planned exciting pro-
grams. The theme for this year is "Around the World with
Jewish Books" and should serve cs a reminder of the vast
resources of Jewish knowledge available to anyone who
tares to avail himself 0: :t.
Exodus Nearly Complete
Ine exodus of Jews from Poland is almost complete. Ex-
cept for a few thousand oki end sick, en epic of 1,000 years
of Jewish history in Poland is at an end. It is difficult to be-
lieve these are the survivors of almost three and a half mil-
.ion Jews who lived only 30 years ago in a country where
rich Jewish culture hed flourished for so many centuries.
When Stalin's foreign minister hailed the Nazis as
blood brothers" at the signing of the infamous pact ever
Poland's prostrate body, he voiced a prediction in fact. For
what Hider failed to accomplish in ridding Eastern Europe
of Jews, his Communist "blood brothers" have completed.
Any illusion that there is a difference is belied by the ac-
tions of Hitler's survivors in power in Russia end Poland.
Individual Concern Has Influence
The continuing concern of Conaressman Dante Fasc=ll
for the Jews of Soviet Russia is told in a recent exchange
of letters between the Dade Representative and the St-te
Department. As a member of the House Foraign Afffairs
Committee. Rep. Fascell has persisted in his recuast that
the State Department pass on to the Russian government
American feelings about the denial cf religious and cultural
rights to Jews. It is this evidence of individual and oraaruza-
ticnal concern, the State Department believes, which has
greater influence on the Soviet leaders than any represen-
tations by foreign governments.
Comment
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with 1 letl : demanding 1 know
who, is the Crime C
kept eye :' rials
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Hinting I be'jeve di it they
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the editors are tot
they get mailed but. 1 -
I can't res^t sen-ding t'r. tA
take issue with newsf
loaophy nd pohcr, part
u-hen it smacics of hypacrisy. I
can't rpca!l when one
was published so I mti-: 11
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be obeyed by ne-A'spapers as well
a; anrtida'e*. They are not
nt 1 sen but 1 tssure
p-j--. reaponsi >ility.
The I lOTpage ad showir.g Can-
Cramer ith
Premier Go!;. H fir A l^r^ :
as ;ood an example of a
-. as any. The u^e of any
pi iminenl p r-sjn's name or
to. accordinsr to the
not permitted without the writ-
ten a itborizatiofl of that per-
5 mi I doubt that Mrs. Meir gave
such authorisation, particularly
the picture u?ed obviouslv
rot one ht- posed for "*'ith
Rap, Cri:
E'it even :f she h*d the sim-
11< sni .:!!->; I bel ir. a e -
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mi identiM ition set I
the law. This rightly tomands
0 irty ;:?*:-- 1 ay-

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bad beer
for 1
was: the statement!
"it of context
names feted
in it The Ihit
uo. not as the ne
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N "..'. Committ-
the District o< Co' ir:.
I have been 0u
elections not to n
false and aeurrUoui
and leaflets will c.:.
issued by desperate c
or their followers
hs ruled tn
-s are fair p
mment that is qu- :i
I would not suppir
inhibit camoaigning.
But the liw which
r'ear identification of t
sponsfbte for politico! a-i
material is a good or-
enforcement wool:
wav toward nnldng th
paigns a little mor--
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WASHINGTON A
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Nixon has dt-t-pened prof I
in the ...
with ':..- '' tnames) lecis
b :5 : c -'.:- ? |uite n jularry
toughness ar.d realism In
eign matters.
But recently, he iut-
ssing himself. Tne minor s .
testa ::: the Berlin air cor-
i : major test 4
the Soviet submarine base at
Cienfoegot have both t> n r/J
with complete succi ''- '"'}
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U role played by t I
positively evoked sighs A
and admiration from superl
_h and super-real 51 |
NOR.MALLY. this
Eh e\idence
Judge the Presidi '- therj
- te rather ma-
tho Nixon-Melvin La I
ment. which is begum '-
the Truman-Louis
armament look pretl
To see why this en tesa ;'>
fo>jnd mystery It -
neevssary to look at
cf the last quart.:- tUTJ -1
1^6-47. we had the
Bo>-s-Home" dis
that extraordiri
-.ntling of Att "]
wartime might.
At the end of 1W" St
riered tbe Berlin B
in 1. there w,s
. of Cze-
the CordrhurisJ c
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dere 1.
THF.sf. EVENTS
more v
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v. Fbrrectal But > f-frA
been re-elected. Pre'tdent^J
man mndaj Louis J-1-,,-ilin. |V'
tary of defense. And .'Tf^
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her, 1949, the Trurr. ^f^^
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Friday. November 13. 1971
As. ..
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK- *A"ho weald have focseen, a quarter century
SO when the Unit^ pinions was fo-iryjed. that at its 25th anni-
~ r:\ 7 =*' :--~js o{_ attention woadd not be the reeve-
's "tat *-" r'-'Gr-a" r..-. :- ...- and per
nopiy. but the mbbu p.-.- el little nation, Aith a
-...-. :' :...-- .:.->..'
Of eoene Pn I to the United N
ri vast bnperium,
;th anott imperfum.
more truly the center of attrac-
...-. hecante wtiat happ- I r-rael holds the key to what may
happen Abo.
d I rso.n Golda Meir is.

A \ I-ITOB .' York who had not seen her
re by the- fact that power has
.r the lines in her
K Of cor. had.
The Russia, who spent hr
.- full story will be- found in
M Le ider") and grew
-.r.z winds of
Id'i future.
her gn andmother in Flnsk,
I matriarch of
Perhaps the |

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between I I I
tanks, n
to I won r
inyone who
think again

tb heads o nn ni that "rea-
iportance >f the Indivklaa]
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I as the 1-
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her."

WHAT IBOUT How rec-
insistence
resume?
[ "Mrs. P
in.
its I
I Israeli ,.vn to the
.
' the last
ho v inconti tlWy that in deflanc of 1
i i.i the miss! ... if ,nr,
.i and have been moved : and in-
fold, including a nun.- ,.- 3AM-3i ich of
and operate them.

tiik maps ARK hard to argu<- with, very much al the i
Ihe Russiai ratal itions in Cuba
it 1962 which Adlal Stevenson d In his remarkable
LT.N hard toarg le with.
Any now, H they were to lead to a
pend on the pood faith both of the
ns who are now in effect a st ite-
withii thai t. A I lith Is
lappened. I shou
: lay v ',, tried to treal the m
uld last month in
' In ition.

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i its o it Egypt and
Mid
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and
that
ns in Jordai ...,-. UOuld
' iciates.
1 from A ,: militai J, but
and hi the people oi Israel.
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EDITOR. The Jewish FJoridian:
Surprisingly there are still peo-
think -hat Nasser's, death
wa- a blow to the peace efforts ir.
the Mtdd East becatue he rep-
resented a more moderate position
than other Arab leaders. Those
who have this illusion that a reli-
able neat could be
it with Nasser prefer
in a dram world rather
than in reality. They picture him
as a pursuer of peace whose de-
parture from the political scene is
- to Ihe endeavors to erf tti I
tranquil situation in the Middle
'.'' s Nasser indeed a peace lov-
er? Considering his 18-year dicta-
torship which gave him unB
power in a i overty-
country, hii I am-
bition which he claimed was to Inv
prove the status his people was
never achieved. Instead, he pre-
ferred to -.- ntly foil
course of action to destroy the
le. To
accomplish this, hi | two
wan against Israel which de-
ned a bi part country around the
Canal ar. I
lion :
lost the n nues fi n th

fore his de ith Na-
R gen Plan of t
reasons that the peace Ch
are crying over him and pr......
hin His ac-
[ the 1
deed st of
repres nt i
the 1 '
parliamentary body of the State
of Israel was brought into a cr.sLs
among Ma m- mhers.
During the first part of Aug-
ust. Nasse-- was in a most pleasant
position. Lverything was staked
out and he had only to wait for
Israel to walk into the trap that
was so well-planned by him and
his Soviet masters, u'ing the Rog-
ers plan as their tool. Howe, at
his .: ng for Is-
rael to take the dangerous
and have the trap-door rlos" be-
hind (hem, resulted in the fa.lure
of the plan which Egypt is now
big at the United Nations.
On Nasser's and the S
s instruction the cease-
Bn Inil I by the Rogers Plan
.-..- 1 ur it
started. This alone is enough to
that Nasser w not a lover
would have liked to
be preset I I The glory he s
_.. itt -t Arab I
State
was not I per-
hap- his hein
him.
It might ha\ e been ]
nd re-
;
le 1
: I. How
- luring hi:
Instead. the
which he
- PI n ived him.
We still Ion'1 kr >w what the
. Anwar S
I
S t puppet has
h Si '
However. Nassers fea<
opened new pportunit a an(j
chances in new direct]
the power -truggle there I
a new kind of leader--
vekp whereby the vital
the Egyptian mass ;. a
priority over the policy
' structktn of the Jewish -
MAIRK K (, I i,RIX(j|
Miarrrf Beach
KDITOR, The fewWi norkliaa:
President Nixon held a .
once with top radio ar : ,
i executives in the Whit"
cently to get them to el
beat they dreds of songs which
\orable referenca to th !
and chemicals These songs
v nd to create an emi \,
which the uee of dopi ]
is the
consi lend squar if
: >rm.
In an effort to m ik I
' -" envii ,-j
.- :>. wi should I
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*Jei*Hk>rMian
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This Week In History
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4I> Years Ajfo Thi* Week: 1S0 I Jewish Agency leaders. conceding
. that "Doubts have been expressed
Winnipeg was sud to nave a as to the compatibility of sime pas-
,,., pe,cent ige -80 ot Jew-] Mges jn tno WhUo p!ijx>r wUh ^
itudents beinst taught Yiaaisn; tajn articlos of tne paiestin,, Man.
any other North American dat(,.. ,, a[so ^ ^ uhl]), y^
had to be a "pullint; up" of immi- |
l-TLirtdel filrsehkorrt; a peddler nation, it would outlay up to
S ,,','.' to be Poland's oldest, 512.5 million to settle 10.0M fami-'
' fit, I lies in Palestine.
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big gains in German municipal
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Abraham Wolff, who came to
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tute.
10 Years Ago This Week: I9(!0
AmerieWfl'-Wvs'-wei-e asked "tb
Kive $72 million to the United
Jewish Appeal in 1961.
Dr. Nahum Goldman World Zion-
1st Organization president, dif-
fered with Israeli Premier David
Ben-Gurion: "It is a dangerous
illusion to assume that the
Zionist movement has fulfilled its
aims since the State is established
. III is Just as necessary to-
day ..." he said.
Anti-Semitic outbursts marred
the inauguration of Sir Bernard
Waley-Cohen as Lord Mayor of
London.
Los Angeles reporter Roby
Heard was beaten to death while
investigating Nazi young activi-
ties there.
The United Nations' refugee ad-
ministrator said that problem
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sion in the I'.N. and hangs as a
cloud over the peace of the world."
The Saudi Arabian delegate said
the Palestinians were "determined
to die to the last man, woman and
infant" in their fight against
"abominable Zionist imperialism."
The United States called for Is-
rael and Arab "flexibility" on the
matter.
Turkish-born Rabbi Haim Na-
hum. Chief Rabbi of Egyptian
Jewry for 35 years, died in Cairo
at 88.
Air Firce Commander Ezef Welsh-
man said Israel needed more U.S. '
jets to offset Soviet MIG-19s in -
Egypt
Histadrut said 80'; of the Arab!
wage earners in Israel wen- em- !
ployed by Jews and 8'.' were mem-
bers of Histadrut.
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The Knesset rejected a bid to
d.-bate civilian control over the
Army a motion made by om-i
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'than an "unauthorized junta" was
involved in the security mishap
which led to the resignation of
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The British Board of Film Cen-
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Friday, November 13, 1973 I I ^
1970 Trends Revealed
In Jewish Year Book
( .I't. from Page l-A
level
;,. roj. fn>m >
total foi
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S >uth Am I
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Vsiai I -
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d Nc v Zealand 1
74 50 I ; 77 In Af-
there was < decn
1 -
ong major
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:. 0 Jews, Berlin stayed at
Budapest remained at 65.-
0 Copenhagen remained at
J< rusalem was constant
a: 195.000 and Johannesbw l
rosi slightly from 57.000 to 57.-
London stayed at 28? 000.
Milan dipped from 9.000 to 8.000.
M 'treal continued at 110.000 and
Moscow at 285.000, Paris was
at 300.000. Rio de Janeiro
dropped from 55,00? to 50.000.
Rome rose from 13.000 to 15.-
000. Tel Aviv-Jaffa stayed at
394000. Vienna decreased from
9 250 to 8.200, and Warsaw stay-
ed at 5.000.
Mr. Shapiro noted that while
all Jews in Yemen had been
ight to have left that coun-
try it apparently still had 50?
Jews at the end of la Arnold Schwartz, AJOommit-
< seal '1 an ilyst and for-
lecturer and resea*%hi
J wry at
(".'. Unl N". .'.
ted 1
rul-
liffe: 1 bet"
n n-J and the
cl bel '1'''.'i Jews in non-
in and a 1 v.
ento red the ma'n-
stroam of American life. Mr.
rtz non-
e be nning I 1 sh e J
-i j, Ideas and life styles.
sh collegians, representing
of American Jewish youth.
deem religious and ethnic
ms on them as "confin-
parochialisms." In addition,
appear to bo forsaking the
tional independent o-
- with their strong Jewish
: im y and social associa-
for salaried pi >fessioi
ng them into contact with
non-Jews, Mr. Schwartz
Jewish prescript: m ag lit si in-
t added th f in-
Am an thos which
Lndi-
his his
ig.' Intei
many ol \hom

inn in an
;
Discuss who
.' t
ws, Mr S
ed th limited Factual in-
1 on this subjec.
Indiana and Iowa record
ried couples' religion. A few
Jewish communities have taken
their own intermarriage surveys,
he wrote, but only "minimal" in-
termarriage rates because their
sample tends to exclude margi-
nal Jews.
Rabbi Gerald Engel, Hillel
Foundation director at Purdue
University, Lafavette. Ind.. re-
ported in the Year Book that
Americans who have moved to
Israel between 1955 and 1966
'left because they felt a growing
anxiety about bein? part of a
society in which materialism and
conformity threatened the reali-
zation of their human potential."
The threats, they indicated, were,
in descending order of Intensity:
conformity, materialism. anti-
Semitism, political witch-hunt-
_. dating and mir-iaee re-
gions, the ed* s1 -
church-state relations, and
1 ; en lenc >n fai
Of those who have become p 1 -
... Rabbi
. observed that women were
inx is over materi.
and conformity than men. He
predl : assimilation, and
1 with the "emo-
tional unbalance of society."
will he the major concern of
those Americans who will immi-
grate to Israel in the 1970s. "The
Orthodox will continue to come
to Israel in larger numbers than
any other segment of Am r-
lcan Jewry," h<- :
cause their c incept that being
a Jew is a fuii- | >k is
coupled with a keen desire to
le ive the disapora and return
ii -. "
More than S1.530 was raised at the recent
Miami Beach Golden Ring Club No. 3 meet-
ing on behalf of tl>e Gre-tsr Miami Jewish
Federation's Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. The Club ha:- now contributed a total
of $3,500 for the 1973 drive, and its Execu-
tive Committee has voted to double this
tlve Committee has voted to double this Roee Fine, ccb
NCCJ Sponsoring Three Day National
Workshop On Children, Prejudice Here
Representatives of youth serv- ere-', which is under the direction
in" agencies, rivil rights oreaniza- ol Dr. James M. Hasan, a national
crr.ount in 1971. From left to right are Harry
Mir.ker, financial secretary; Jacob Go.
recording secretary; Morris Mednick,
vice president; Sender Kaplan, re-_.
live of Federation; Leon Kaufman, pre
Morris Erlich, first vice president and
Rose Fine, cashier.
Representatives of youth serv-
ing agencies, civil rights organiza-
I lions, schools, religious groups and
delegates from law enforcement
! agencies througout the country
I are expected to attend the three-
day workshop sponsored by the
National Conference ol Christians
and Jews in the Di Lido Hotel be-
ginning Sunday.
Recommendations from the
N'CCJ Workshop on Children anil
Prejudice will be directed to the
White House Conferences on Chil-
dren and Youth, which will be held
in Washington D.C.. next month
' and again in February. Nationally-
known experts will speak at the
1 morning sessions of the confer-
ence, which is under the direction
ol Dr. James M. Eagan. a national
vice president of NCCJ; they will
act as resource specialists in small
afternoon group sessions.
I
Topics tu be considered will in-(
dude The Effects of Prejudice
Upon the Child, and The Law. the
Students. Violence and Prejudice.
The Women's Division of the:
Florida Beard of Governors of j
NCCJ will host the affair and ar- j
range the opening 6 p.m. reception
Sunday under the cochairmanship
of Mrs. Charles Edward Enterline, ,
Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. Stanley
Milledge. Federal Judge C. Clyde
Atkins. Judge Ray Pearson and
Richard Wolfson, seni
ident uf Wometco Km ;
lairmen of the xcv 1
Board of Governors.
Three Suspects Arraigned
C'on't. from Page l-A
terminal area after the
Police claimed that the) h\j.
clues that will lead th.....'
perpetrators. They said I
was intended as a sh.
terror, not only against I
but against the 30.000 A a-
come to Israel for etr
each day from the occupied te?
ritories. Hundreds of A:
arrested for questioning:
200 of them were still in
suspicion centered on the
who were brought bel
magistrate.
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vJewist norldtiar
Page 9-A
Kasser Temple Judea's
CJA-IEF Drive Head

j. K tsser haa ace t'' "'
manahlp of Temple Ju-
. \ ih Appeal-
A member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami J>nv-
-li Federation and the Greater
Miami israel Bond Organization,
Mr. Kasser i> r'iso ;i :>! :i! r of
Templi .1 idea's Board > Ti us
A fighter pilot during World
War II. Air. Kasser Inter became
ass iciated with the Palestine Irgun
Movement, acquiring and arran
delivery of militsry equipment, in-
cludin i p'ane* to the Irgun and
Hag man for the defers > a
in the War of Libei ition.
Mr. and Mrs, Kass r and their
oldest daughter, I.ori. were recent
L"iests of Israel's former Prime
Minister David Ben-Gut ion .it his
Kibbutz in Sde Boker.
Morns Tocg. president c the Greater Miami
Ledge No. 203. of the Free Sons of Israel,
piescn's a cbec'< to Leonard Zilbrrt, presi-
dent cf the Miami B3ach Hebrew Home for
the Aged. Tho~e present en this occasion
included (frcm L-?f'. to Right! in the first row:
Rabbi Mendel Gle.ncz Ethel Perrvman and
Louis Eorgsni-ht, pat:?n!s at the Horn-?, cind
in the second rcw: Mr. Toog, Mr. Zilbert,
Frank Paul, barber and beautician for the
Hcrne. Isadore Herz, financial secretary o:
the Ledge, Moiris Theme, vice president of
the I.^c'ge. Mrs. t-ltnne Schwam, member
c: Lodge No. 2C3, Harry Levy, district deouty
in charge of the State of Florida Free Sons
of Israel, Neil Lebin. past president of Lodge
No. 2C8 cn-1 Dcrc'hy Sir.gcr, director of vol-
unieers, Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the
Aged.
HORMAX I. KASStR
U l Emergency Fund campaign,
J >h II. Kanter, chairman of the
CJA-IEF drive, announced
this wee K.
A \.c presid ft of the YM-
yWHA of Greater Miami, Mr.
K -ser is cochainnan of the Amer-
. H.-lailrut Development Foun-
>n nd chairman of the Plan-
and Program Committee of
Jewish Community Board for
University of Miami BUlel
on.
ssei also ser> es as chair-
i) : impl Ju lea Israel i>>nd
' nmittee, chairman of the Mac-
ih Games Reception Commit-
'-.; rntan E fie Greater Mi- '
mitte m Jewish Youth,
n of the Fifth Annual In-
tional Conference of the
Histadrut Foundation,
representative of the Na-
-i \V. [fare Board to
lean Athletic Union.
Supermarket pioneer Samuel
^edlcnd, founder cf Food Fair
inc., was honored for a
ntury of service at the
company's annual management
awards luncheon in
P-ladeiphia recently. Mr. Fried-
I ood Fair's first president,
of the board and cur-
utive committee chair-
opened the small meat
stores :n Harrisburg, Pa., from
vr.ich the company known as
f^od Fair Stores grew in 1920.
Today, the nation's fourth larg-
est supermarket chain with an-
nual sales approaching S2 bil-
lion, it operates 560 Food Fair
cr-d Pantry Pride supermarkets
fcd 67 J. M. Fields Department
Stores in 16 states.
First Federal savings accounts
become all kinds of good things.
Edith and Ray Kimbrough have
proved it. Theirs began as a col
lege fund. Then it
Account
them. Because every summer, for
a few weeks, it becomes Edith
and Ray's vacation fund, too.
Whether you're retired or not,
your First Federal ac-
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Guarded by the South's largest
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Friday, November 13, 1973

%J/ie fS-aiei Oocafe; J-roitt J he f-^ulpit
Enigmatic Profile of Isaac
Question
Box
By RABBI A. BKN-UII.I.KI.
< ontxrtrsation An-Nell
Ar..i these are the penerati^ns
c Istec." This jiaisha contains a
srfVptton of tfv- life of the ccn-
strv I rsial
si stsblim ol K d -
B to die on the
'-. :- vrhicfl
Ms father. Abraham as
. .
v also of U
a. a
trains to all succeed-
- inter-
. _
T dath. however.
an of more mun-
see him as a
c tgent tucc meranddlg-
and in a most !> r-
ring phenomenon, we see him
contemplat Riving the
blessing inherited from'
. : :-.-.m to Essav Take, please.
- out to the field .
and br:r.; :son that my
- may bless you before I die."
27 1-4'.
' : ml : this mystery
s I find I esseno of Isaac.
"": rsial enigmatic figure.
K isl mystics, charao
- n: of each of our
1 th, who wire supp
1 be the embodiment and person-
itkm of the essential ideas of
1 rah Judaism, ascribed to Abra-
I ~. the Midath Hachesed iall-
bracing generosity ami kiml-
to Isaac. Gdivine
> wet and to Jacob. Tifereth
lory, fineness, beauty). They
aid to 1 the
' pillars upon which the world
rA-sww-
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
14 HESHVAN 5:13 (
is based. "Torah. Avoda. Ugemilus
Chassadem.
While Abraham and Jacob were
both wanderers. Isaac, in contrast.
was strictly warned riot to leave
th-- iand. The m s*. jx-rplexing and
ihg aspect of Isaac's charac-
monstrated by the fact
that after giving the primary
blessing had I nded for :
to Jacob, he added "and by thy
shah thou live and thou
shalt serve thy t: 1 the
blessing as able to gi.

"Yes said Isaa -- 1
I 1 Jacob the heavenly bl --
took upon himself the
great destiny of raising up the
pie but in case be
the yoke of To-
mb. Essau, you decree Gzor olov
schmotiini' 'annihilation, destruc-
tion 1 against him."
So Essau became, so to speak.
the watchdog for Jacob's destiny.
Most of the Talmudic-Midrashic
rabbis were so displeased with the
mandate given Essau by Isaac that
would bar Isaac from
considered a "lather-ancestor." To
supiiort their contention,
quote from Isaiah 6a which speaks
about the fervent, anxious longing
of the Jewish people for c;
calling out desperately to G-d.
For Thou art our Father: For
Abraham knoweth nothing of us.
and Israel 1 Jacob > recognizes us
not. Thou O Lord, art our Father
and Redeemer, for everlasting is
thy Name." Why. they gu. stl
did the propfe t Isaiah omit the
if Isaac?
The answei is given: 'Do you
wart the one who d> creed annihi-
lation upon us to be counted as
Agadah
Rabbi Jonathai gave an
nation of
Isaac : th Tn -.-": bos, Pise
89. He t
with the the Jewish
both
By RABBI SAMUEL 3. FOX
What i-. a "Masniid?"
A "Masmid" is a term given
to a diligent student Th.- term
- from the word meaning
steady or c<_r.stant. This would in-
t:iat such a student is al-
ways studying without interrup-
tion. The inx t Bialik wrote a vi ry
ich a
stud- i '
Wli\ do some people say "le-
Icavod Shabbos" wben thej do
certain thing-, on o-.'.'
This is considered fulfilling the
mdment of the Bible
said Remember the Satibath Day."
The word "remember" reaUy n
: I." In other v. : -
this commandment which bids
II i be aware of the Sabbath in
whatever activity we are engaged
in.
Thus, if one eats something he
should be aware of the Sabbath
and saying that he is eating "Le-
'kavod Shabbos" i.e. for the sake
of the Snbbath or for the glory of
the Sabbath. Ono thus saves his
best f'jod and best clotlvs f.,r the
Sabbath so that it would be obvi-
ous that this in his Sabbath food
are Sa'ibath clothes.
Children's Concert To Be
Narrated By Larry Kin"
Larry- King, local radio-TV per-
sonality, will serve as narrator for
Sunday's 2:30 p.m. Children's Con-
cert in Dade County Auditorium.
it has been announced. The orches-
tra, under the baton of Alain Lom-
bard, will present "Peter and the
Wolf." "Carnival of the Animals."
and "Flight of the Bumblebee."
Victor Borge will be conductor
anil star performer in the ev
of music and mirth schedul.-.l ii
Dade County Auditorium at 8:30
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19. Marilyn
Mulvey, coloratura, is also on the
program; a "Danish Treat" for the
entire family.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayaroh
And the Lord appeared unto him by the Terebinths of
Mamre. .
SODOM AND GOMORRAH Abraham was told by God of
his invention to destroy the wicked cities of Sodom and Gomor-
ratf. The pitnach pleaded that the righteous should not l>e de-
stroyed with the wicked, and obtained God's promise to pardon
theguilty cities If at least ten righteous,men.could.be found. Two
of tlv- m ngers arrived at Sodom and accepted Lot's Invit
t j stay In house, but the men of the city were so depraved th it
they tried to molest God's messengers and wore smitten with
blindness. Lot and his family escaped to the nearby city of Z
and Sodom and G>morrah were utterly destroyed by fir.
brimstone, but Lot's wife linger -I and, overtaken by the 1.,-.
turned into '.. if salt.' Lot subsequently left Zoai
dwelt in a cave for s ifel
ISAAC During Abraham's stay in Becrsheba. Sarah
birth, t i i son, who w is named Isaac. At a celebration held w
Isaac was weaned. Sar ;:ig Lshmael's derisive bebavi
urged Abraham to send Hagar and her son away. Alth
grieved, Abraham accepted to her request, for God had hold hi
that Ishmael, too. would be the ancestor of a mighty nati
Hagat and her son wandered aiiout in the wilderness of B
sheba and were almost dying of thirst when she was shown a
well of water. Assured by God of her son's future, she made her
home in the desert. Ishmael grew up. became an archer. .
lived in the wilderness of Paran where he married an Egypt.,-
woman.
THE AKEDAH The greatest test was yet to come. Abr -
ham was bidden by God to sacrifice Isaac as a burnt offering I
one of the mountains in the land of Moriah. He did not falter,
made all the necessary preparations, and brought his son to the
ppointed by Gad. When he was about to slay his son. the
Divine voice told him to desist, since all tha' God desired was
ol his >vi] ingness to obey. A stray ram was offered up in-
i ol Isaac, and God. praising Abraham, promised that h;N
; would be blessed. Genesis, Chapters 18-22.1
1
Bureau's Annual Dinner Set Nov. 28
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will hold its 28th annual
dinner in the Plaza Hotel at 7:30
p.m. Saturday. Nov. 28. it has been
announced.
Anna Brenner Meyers, a dedi-
cated community leader, will be
the guest of honor. She will be
i by the Bureau for her
ntributions to the community
a member of the Dade County
School Board and her activity in
behalf of the Jewish community.
The Bureau will install its new
: iring the e\i niug, which
will include music and dancing, as
well as an original skit by Dr.
Siliwart/man. the Bin
the director, based on the
television program "What's My
Line?"
Bureau vice president Mi
B. Frumkes and five Btudei
the central Hebrew High S
will be in the cast present in.
skit; the five students are Ji
AilKr. Lorl Hanff. George M
Sheree Silverman and Si
Stupp.
Topic: Annals Of Tacitus
The topic at the Great I i
Discussion Group's 7:30 p.m. meet-
ing in the Miami Beach Public
Library Wednesday will be "The
Annals of Tacitus.
MIAMI
AHA VAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SvV 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
A-.SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
EETH AM (TEMPLE;. 5950 N. Ken.
MM Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabb-
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Micheal
Kjnr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2126 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William w. Lipaon. 4
ii in Barman:
.'I t;.| Valui
/.>.n: T.-it\ Ixoirhter ol Di
. n H'< :- Satui da]
" 1 I i -.ii. I. n Bar Mlts-
'' -.....I Mi < Mr-
1
BETH El_ 500 SW 1?th Ave. Ortho-
Con. Rabbi Solomon Schlff 5
BETH KODESW 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern traditional Rabbi Max
: imp ro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
BETH T(f9 (Temple) 6438 SW 8th
St. Cooiervative Rabbi Simon
Aonl. Cantor Se/r.iour Hinkea S
V- lay II p.m. liu-.i Rpeaker: Hat-
'I s;.i,ii,. Topic- "V-terana'
it M.-iii,- Kollon -
h> iii-g Shabhal
ISRAEL (Temple) 0= GRFATER
Miarr,. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Raobi Joteph R N-ret. 10
:' .M.
Has :.. of W
ISRAELITE CENTER 3'75 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazm Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
- p.m. Sen
- *"i"rmi-'itv
Probli ma Salurd
i .', .
OR OLOM (lempie) aroi SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Fi Ida) p m Barn m Bar
Mitxval i d
Mra, Nathan Konifral
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 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). WX50 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
- to p in S.-turihiy a m.
N0ITH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dix-e Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorf nkel. Cantor
Ben Z-on Kirschenhaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Car'yie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE'. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative RabD'
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
Friday p in Bamrdb R-r-
mon: "The Art i n h .-...
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE'. 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser 21
Friday :1? p m H >rmon
and Dolptalna." SaUirtl
i:.i- MiUvah: Clifford -'. <>f Sir.
and Mra. Gilbert >
"t Mra. A B rmai
. Mr md Mi Lul* Ternei -
urda y 9 m Bar Mil
: Mr ind Mrs Herm i Qrayn
i-.tR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klem. 29
OHEV SHALOM.
Orthodox. Raobi
man.
7055 Bonita Dr
Phineas Weber.
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64 =
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
14 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avroho-"
Groner. 32
NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Villa"e. Conserve- '
Cantor Leon Segal. 32-A
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Hacucv-
sky
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. >2.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1Z42 Washington Ave Orthcjjx
EMANU-EL ("TKMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
'L''u'y '' '" '" Sermon:
The united Nations- Th i;r.;- Di-
anpointment." Saturda) 9 am Th.-
^v klj Pni lion of the Blbli D ir
Mltsvah: Wayne Ruaaell m n
and Mra Ted Hollo .! Coni >-:-
m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oms. 2
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
iSIVTH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102t
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Cpn.
servativt. Rabbi Milton SchlinsUv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Co-iservative. Rabbi Max L:p-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph K Kmgsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday IS p m iere
"' J'-i-h Idem
l',"1 l:' Mltsva \ ,-.-
Mr. and Mra il .,...,
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
iy S IS p m Si'tur'lay S : .1
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TKMPLE). 54T E.
Oaklano Park Blvd. Rabbi Sneldoi
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Al.-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. J5
Friday :15 p 111 Inal il '
- and Tin sti
S. n Ii ;* 1 .1 C lax ra lion
M. 111!..--. S.itur.l .v I
i:.ii I-:--. -. .. ol Mr -. d .v.
ard I Onthmann.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLEV I7|l
Monroe St. Conservative Racoi
Morton Malavsky. Cantoi ..vi"B
Gold.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Jphnjon St
Conservative. Rabbi David Snapn'*-
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun, *'
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S V\ 95th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J vvmo-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster
41
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v.
CONG. AN-NElL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
l'*n .*!".? Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hill;l.
roarama
Nov. 155Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m.-The First Estate.
Topic: Pornofrmphy
aSsicots: Dr. Irving Lahrrasn), 0Vmlu FmsiHl and
Dr Herbert Daumgard. T-mp'c Beth A-n
Xor. ISc,'li. 10, 9:30 a.m.The Jii-li WuTStitp Boor.
Jij.st: R;ibbi Eugene Labovitz,
Temple Nor Tamid
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
nVIt.*5OGUS' U32 W..hin0ton aI.
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?
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Cantor Abraham Seif 2/
MENORAH (TEMPLEl. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor N.co Feidman 20
p.111 Bern Three
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19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. jg
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Conservative. Hacbi Morris A. ''M^l
Cantor Ernest Schreiber
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9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Tcn
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+Jewish fhrkUan
Page 11-
Federation Announces Brodie's Appointment

Myron J. (Mike) Brodic has been
apiwinted associate executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation, Milton Weiss, the or-
ganization'* president, announced
this week.
Mr. Brodic. who has been assist-
ant executive dirrctor since 19f>8,
It Involved in all aspects-of Fed-
eration activity, with primary re-
s(xnsibility for the annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, the
development and maintenance of
tiie Young Leadership Training
Program, and the Federation's
Multiple Appeals Program.
"1 am personally pleased that
M lirodie, with whom I have
worked closely for the past two
years, has been promoted to this
important position." Arthur S.
Ftosichan, executive vice president
oi the Greater Miami Jewish Fcd-
cratlon, declared. "As Campaign
Director of the Combined Jewish
Appeal and Israel Kmergency Fund
drive, Mr. Brodie brings to this
p..-! a keen knowledge of the
neds of both our local community
the State of Israel, and can
lively interpret them into a
ssful campaign effort."
Prior to Mr. Brodie's affiliation
nith the Greater Miami Jewish
-ation, he served as execu-
tive director of the Jewish Wel-
MYRON J. BRODIC
I
fare Federation and Jewish Fam-
ily Service of Broward County.
Under hi.s leadership, the Federa-
tion formulated and implemented
a budgeting process through which
more than 1(0 community leaders
were involved in studying the needs
of agencies and the allocation of
funds on local, national and over-
seas levels. He also implemented
a highly successful day camp pro-
gram, a Commission on Jewish
Education and Young Leadership
Devel ipment Program.
A graduate of Western Maryland
College, Mr. Brodie received his
Master's degree .it Boston Univer-
sity's Graduate School of Social
Work and is a member of the Acad-
emy of Certified Social Workers,
the highest accreditation a social
worker can achieve. He is also a
member of the National Associa-
tion of Jewish Communal Workers
and the National Association of
Jewish Community Organized Per-
sonnel.' -
Mr. Brodic has served on the
faculty at Barry College's School
of Social Work. Before entering
the field of community organiza-
tion, he was Chief Psychiatric So-
cial Worker in the Psychiatry and
Neurology Clinic at Ft. Crowder.
Mo., where he supervised a staff
of seven case workers. He has also
been associated with the Lynn,
Mass.. Jewish Community Center,
the Family Service Agency of
Greater Boston, the State Mental
Hospital in Wajtham. Mass., and
the Judge Baker Guidance Center
in Boston for the treatment of
emotionally disturbed children.
Before assuming his post In
Hollywood, Mr. Brodic was as-
sistant executive director of the
Jewish Federation and Council of
Greater Kansas City, Mo., with re-
sponsibilities in the fields of social
planning, education, campaigning
and budgeting.
Mr. Brodie, his wife. Charlotte,
and their three children, live In
Greater Miami.
Negotiations have been started
Educators Alliance Reelects Rabhi
At a recent meeting held by the will be the aim ot the organization
Hebrew Educators Alliance, Rabbi this year.
Shimon Azulav. founder of the or-
ganization, was reelccted as its.
president.
Rabbi Azulav. who reported thai
a pension plan for permanent li-
censed teachers as will as health
benefits and a disability insurance
program has been researched, an-
nounced thai inauguration of this
program in all Hebrew schools
Cabinet Tries To Heal Rift
Over Return To Peace Talks
< nii't. from Page l-A
n to the l tiring talks with-
ctii in ol Egypt's pasl
ilat ions, but official
led thai Gen. l >aj an
c binel bis II
h was misinti rpi eted. .v -
lo these sources, th
Mi stei said t'i it his
to the Jarring talk
i in the c ml \i of Is-
n il aceeptanc I i
\ >e initiative, wh :h
r ol he ited deb ite
::i i iahal fad Ion last -
I claim did nol tally with
the texl ol (len. 1 tayan'a spee ;h
i >' is broadcasl over th i
it ith the large extracts
shed in Israeli newspapers,
lost observers here believe
i thi "retraction" made in
Dayan's name by anony-
sources was intended to
I the Cabinet rlfl from
ing a public issue.
'en. Dayan, whose authority
>i> military matters is unques-
tioned, stressed in his speech
' Israel enjoys military su-
I I It) o\ ir BjfJ pi despite the
MlwJIn huil!-! in the .
I cone, lie said lie was tor
tin -.'tiling talks, "because we
II not nnlj In end the war.
pa ICO and there
'* nthei to peace than
with the other
rect < H ect." Ob-
aid thit the omis-
o oi, ol demands
'"r l ll i Soviet missiles
the II / I il-e /.one was
hanllj net Mental."
I thai !s-
k .i very narrow
I'Hth in its relations with the
I" 1U!.....I ItS
nl depend >nce on il
i diploi tal c i iport.
musl ei ure ourselvi
' ued I'.s. military sup-dies
1 the same time we musl
>b!e to oppose American post-
lat are life
a,"l death for us,' he i tl I.
'; n. Dayan hinted thai Is-
''us' be p I io mike
S|i"e painful concessions in th*
-is of i lastin peace, "We
h IW' to take a plun ;e Inl > s
x v cold water In order to
JUjach a haven he sod.
here is n b'e dec
th ater the -: i
viel Union. She is a very u
partner in our region: and there
is another v< ry unpleas ml block
ol i :e the Security (' iun -il
resolution. And there is the att!-
ol our neighbors and the
cxI 'in of their desire for pi
l Isn pri pared to siy thai
the Ro ;i rs plan Is not ex
I'. > i I wnnl to
end thn war and thai cat
dom Iks."
in i i
i \< n. D.i. mm that
i w iuld end thi
If no pr ices, was ma I
Jan ing talks fler two mont
"Sh mid they i sa I,
"I would nol like to he in their
. If they attempt to
cross the canal they may meet
Israeli armor which was nol
since the Six-Day war,'' he
warned.
Gen. DayaBi who contends
that Israel is sufficiently strong
to eope with any dangers posed
hy Soviet missiles in the canal
cone while pointing out that no
progress can be made towards
peace without talks, is said to
have doubts that a peace settle-
ment is likely to emerge from
the indirect talks nude- Dr. Jar-
rli g. Bui he prefer-, to negotiate
with the Rffvptlana instead of
shoot Ins; '. thee-. He cited the
Inevitable casualties thai Israel
might sutler even while Infliet-
nig heavier casualties on the
i'U.xplains. He also to-K net.' ol
the huge expenditure of nvi-
terinl. pointing out thai during
the R-rvjitlan war ol attrition
in 1909 and 1970, it was not
unusual for Israel t-> tire a mil-
lion rounds of ammunition in a
single day.
Mrs. Meir is said t" opp ise
resumption of the Jarring talks
without acknowledgement and
correction of Egypt's truce vio-
lations. However, her position
is a matter of principal, nol a
' i tion of Gen. Dayan's assur-
ances of Israel's continued mili-
superiority. Mrs. Meir and
Mr. Kb in are said to fear thai
if the Egyptians can get away
with violating the truce agrec-
: lent, their agreement on other
matters would In- worthless.
The Egyptian government be-
lieves t1'.' United states has
dropped its demand that Egvpl
ve Soviet missiles from the
Sue/ truce rone as a condition
[or resumption of the Jarring
peace talks, according to re]
' im authoi it itive sourci s in
o I hi j iid the major shift
in U.S. strategy away from its
irl of Israel's demands I
>n of allcg -d cease I
\ iolal ions v ma I i len r I i
Foreign Min'ster I
moud Riad wh rently in
L'l 11 :''
. i .:. M
o nu-ntion
"
mi'irmat
ol th.- V s. shifi c iro says the
L't ted SI tes v s responding to
i gj pt's "sign il" for better rel i-
tions h hich w ms ( mveyed wh n
Presidenl Anwar Sadat named
diplomatic veteran Mohammed
Faw /.\ as ;; ;j pfa new Prime
Minister. Mr. Fawzl is nol anti-
Western as some of the other
candidates fro the n >1 were,
RABHI SHIMON AZUIAY
with the American Federation of
Teachers, he reported, in an at-
tempt to raise the salaries of He-
>' achers through affiliation.
c 'i liei rs elected to serve with
Rabbi Azulay for th con ii g y< ar
includi il Mrs. Gladys Di i
i Ti tuple Beth Sh ilom,
< i od, first \ ice i resident;
m Apfi II aum, principal o
Km ih Israel i atioi
d ice president; Miss Shuia
B( n-D ivid of Ti mple BethSholom,
si eii i.i! v; Mis. i'haya Rosenfeld
ol Temple Menorah, treasurer, and
David Frecdman, honorarj life
president.
The Executive Committee mem-
In rs, from all of Greater Miami's
Hebrew Schools, include Aharon
1'en-Aharon. Mrs. Chana Arazzi,
Mrs. Ziva Rar-Nnvon. Mrs. Shu-
lamit Amikam, Mrs. Roslyn Seidel,
7.\ i Perach and Barak Yaron.
Branch To Mark
Workmen's Circle's
70th Anniversary
Morris & Sarah Jacobs Bran I
1050 will celebrate the 701 h am -
versa ry of The Workmen's C'ir*
at its 8:15 p.m. Saturday meetii -
in Temple Ahavat Sholom's ha
985 SW 87th Ave. Max Glejlx -
man. Southern Regional Comm -
tee secretary, will speak on "7 I
Years of The Workmen's Circle."
Awards win be presented to i
number of persons who have be-n
members of The Workmen's Cir-
cle for 25 or more years, includi- g
Jesse Uffner, Bertha Branis, 11. -
ry Busman. George Chen-n, II- -
bert Goldhagen, David Harr.-..
Kitty Layton. Murray Levcnth I.
Alfred Malin. Stephen J. Remai %
Ton! E. Remsen, Sam Rosenh :
' and Evelyn Weiner.
Branch 1050 is planning a \
Club Nite at the Carillon Hot 1
Saturday. Nov. 28, at 9 p.m. Ruth
Schuldiner is in charge of user- -
tions,
Branch 1059 of The Workmei -
Circle will have Stephen J Ret -
sen of the Teamsters Union Kd -
cational institute as its gu< it
speaker Saturday evening, Ni
21. at the Washington Fedei
1133 Normandy Dr. Mr. R ms
will speak on behalf of the Jew
I.ain.r Committee.
Tin- Cultural Society of I. L. I -
ret/ Workmen's Circle School w
begin the new season Tuesdaj
8 p.m. in the Workmen's Cin
Lyceum at 25 Washington A
First guest speaker of thi ssio -
will In- Max Gleiberman, edui -
tii rial din ctor ol the scho >l, I
will talk on two famous Yiddish
poets Joseph B '\ shover and I
\id Edelshtadl who lived in t
Unil i States, and also lead in t.
communitj singing. Hrsts : ir t
. vening will be Mr. and Mrs. I
Li vine.
The School will I 26
at 1 p.i i Hoi
: kets
.... ; i -
\ ine : hi oi the rcsei
Ihe Workm
S lite 307, 940 1. -
coin IM. Miami B< ach.
Dewert-Card Party
Children's Asthma Research I -
stitute and Hosplt il, Peshk
Chapter will hold a desserl ci
patty In G il ih id Hall 'i' !
Ocean Dr., Hollywood, Tuesdaj
11 :.'U) a m. i'roco. ds will benel
children suffering from intractal
asthma.
Dade Federal Savings Miami's downtown office, 101 E. Flagler St.,
played host last week to fifth grade students
of West Lab Elementary School, Coral
Gables. The occasion was American Educa-
tion Week. Regular classes were held in the
Association's main lobby; the youngsters
learned how a savings and loan associa-
tion operates, and the customers learned
fir3t-hand how Dade County youngsters are
taught in our public schools. In the back-
ground is Mrs. Evelyn Fields, fifth grade
teacher.


Fnge 12-A
* ***st nprtrRmm
Friday. November 13. 1970
AJCongress To Present 3
Stephen S. Wise Awards
Former Chief Justice Ear! War- <
ren. Benjamin H. Swig
San
Francisco and Shad Polier of New
Vi : ii will rea i\v th' 1970 Stephen
S. W.S' Awards of the American
r. Congress at a dinner Sun-
..... evening, Nov. 22, in New York.
tice Warren, who will
..- main address at the di
. : honon I for his "dis
Johnson had just blithelry or-
j a further cut in the de-
fi : budget, from $13 billion
to $12 billion, when the So -
made the response that Ameri-
can disarmament always evokes
:rom them. The response of Jane.
1950 was of course the Korean
war.
To President Truman's eternal
credit, he took the hard lesson
for what it was. For the second
lime in his Administration, the
United States made a renewed
defense effort. And this effort,
successively directed by two very
{.-re at men. Gen. George C. Mar-
shall and Robert A. Lovett, was
on the sca'e required by this
country's position as a Giant
Power.
IN 1853, however. President
Eisenhower signaled another
change of course when he named
the head of General Motors to
the secretaryship of defense.
Where Louis Johnson was evil
and ambitious, Charles Wilson
was ignorant, narrow and a fool.
And as soon as the Korean war
nded. the Eisenhower-Wilson
disarmament began. It was very
I xtremo and very inviting to the
Soviets.
With new masters, the Krem-
lin took some time to respond
to the invitation. B-t the re-
fTionse came, sure enoueh. with
Nikita Khrushchev's Berlin ulti-
matum of 1957.
The resulting, very serious but
long drawn-out crisis almost
c'rove President Eisenhower to
Eid S4 billion to the defense hud-
get in the early summer of 1960
which would probably have
t looted Richard Nixon. It also
drove President Kennedy to or-
der national mobilization in the
.summer of 19S1. And the crisis
frontation over the Cuban mis-
tiles in 1902.
By then, of course, the United
State! had once a le-armtd, for the third time since
the end of World War II. No
doubt for that very reason, the
Soviets played no role at a'l in
the events leading up to the Viet-
namese war^fn fact they tried
hard to resjkiin the war-p!an-
ners in Hanoi until it was too
late.
BI'T SOO>r after o-t engage-
ment in Vietnam, still another
U.S. disarmament began, this
time behind* the decent ive fa-
cade of the War itself. The nu-
clear-strat-^dfe balnnc? was sl-
iowed to defciorate in a shock-
ing manwr.fjpi expenditu'-ps on
were skinrv-d to."
r within a limitsd
real streng
pay for the
defense bud!
This had
President N
made Melvl
Defense. Un|
ever, the n
men1 has much fasti
tation is h
viets and
ous circum
viets now
clear powt
that lend evi
With his
Ism. the Pn
expect the
uished achievement in advancing
human freedom."
M,r. Swig, a distinguished phi-
larithr tpU; arid leafier -of i-">:i'
Francisco's Jewish community,
.will reqfive.the award for his con-
tributions toward strength
J< wish communal life.
Mr. Polier, a constitutional lawy-
er who retired earlier this year as
chaiiman of the Congress' national
Governing Council, will be cited
:'cr a quartcrccntury of service to
the Congress.
The Stephen S. Wise Awards,
named for the founder of the
rican Jewish Congress, were
inaugurated in 1949. on the occa-
sion of Dr. Wise's 75th birth ... .
Previous recipients have btcludsd
David Ben-Guricn, Golda Meir, W.
AvertII Harriman, Harry S. Tru-
man, Rov Wiikins. Robert F. Ken-
nedy. Abta Eban. Adlai Steven-
son and Arthur J. Goldberg.
There will be no solicitation of
funds at the ^'-ner. Dietary laws
will be observed.
Xahum Bernstein is serving as
chairman of the S100-pcr-p)ate
function. Reservations may be ob-
tabled at Stephen Wise Congress
House, national headquarters of |
the American Jewish Congress, at
15 East 84th St.? New York. N.Y. !
10028.
Former Chief Justice Earl Warren (centsr)
v. id teceive the 1S70 Stephen Wise Award
cf the American Jewish Congress ai the
awards dinner Nov. 22 in New York. Co-
le ureates this year are New York attorney
Shad Polier (lef.) retiring chairmen of the
Congress, Governing Council, and Sar.
Francisco philanthropist Benjamin Swig.
Previous winners cf the award, named for
Congress' founder, include Golda Meir.
Harry Truman, Robert Kennedy, Abca
Eban and Adlai Stevenson.
Labor Movement Is Participating In WC's 70th Jubilee
hard Backer, president, and Wil-. East Side, now numbers
Junior Auxiliary
Luneheon Meeting
The Junior Auxiliary of Doug .as
Gardens (Jewish Home for the
Aged i will hold a luncheon meet-
;ng Tuesday noon in the Harbor j
House South's Red Carpet Dinine
Room, Rev. Jon E. Jones, pastor,
of the Central Church of Christ, j
will speak on "My Dove Affair
With Israel." Rev. Jones has re- .
cently returned from his sec
trip to Israel and will give h's I
reflections and observations.
Members and friends are wel
come. Reservations a'e n"se=,"-v
| and can be made by calling Liboy
I Kament, Rena Stein or Helen
: Rechtschafter, president of the
Junior Auxiliary of Douglas Gar
dens.
The 70;h anniversary concert of
The Workmen's Circle will take
place in the auditorium of New-
York's Hunter College Sunday at
2 p.m. More than 2.000 persons
are expected to attend the 70th
Jubilee celebration.
The musical portion of the
program will include The W'ork-
I men's Circle Chorus and the Zim-
rach Chorale directed by Eugene
j Malek, the Children's Chorus of
Workmen's Circle School directed
i by Zalman Mlotek. the Mandolin
Orchestra under the direction of
Rosario Carcion". violinist Diana
Halprin and baritone Sidor Be-
larsky.
The afternoon's speakers will be
. Yehoshua Levy, treasurer of the
Histadrut; Albert Shanker. presi-
\ ''n' of the United Federation ot
Teachers; Simon Weber, editor of
, the Jewish Daily Forward; Ber- \
liam Stern, executive secretary of
The Workmen's Circle.
The Workmen's Circle, founded
in 1900 by a handful of Jewish im-
migrants on New York's Lower
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branches across the continent and
remains an active participant in
labor's continuing fight : ir eco-
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* Jewish ncrldlfon
Page 13-A
Painting Donated To
YM-YWHA Art Gallery
jack Kat/.man, president of the
VM-YWHA of.Greater Miami, has
....,,, i thai two 13' x 36 palnt-
bj Duicie H. tie Boatriz, re-
inish artist, have been
1 i,, its Art Gallery by Mr
' a ,1 Mrs. Aaron Kravitz of Miami,
,,,,.. ve and enthusiastic pa-
,r0ns nf ihr arts in Soalh Florida.
, i^ai.J.he two oil paint-
, -., children. Duicie H. de
Beatrfc features children in much
Mr. Kravitt, one of the founders
in, | agle Army-Navy Discount
< ,,,.. ;i prominent business.
philanthropic leader in
,.. Mi; ; ana. He is chairman
board and executive officer
I | ,| 10-store discount chain,
j !,. state of Florida.
avitz has earned com-
munity wid< esteem for his many
,m,. to mar." worthy causes.
licated and distinguish-
ed mai i action, acting as vice
president ol the Jewish Home For
(he Aged and chairman of the
Thrill Shop Committee. He is a
immb-t of the Board of Governors
United Jewish Appeal and has
rved as cochairman of the De-
lopment Fund of the YMHA,
long with Clifford Perlman and
lerbert Paige.
Under i he direction of June
nod. Cultural Arts Director of
the "Y," Cultural Arts Director of
ment has grown to encompass all.
phases of the arts. The Drama De-
partment is directed by Burton
Parker and Anne Allen, noted
Iccal diama directors, with drama
>V In the field of dance, classes jure
offered in ballet, modern inter-
pretive dance, social rtanVilftHincl
international folk dances. Dance
Instructors are: Rita Trilling.
Rochelle Simons, Paula Fried and
Cheryl Fink.
The YMHA Choral groups, for
all ages, are under the direction
Of Mildn d Draizer. Paula Fried,
Stove Lapinsohn and Roy Oliver.
Art classes are offered in batik,
il painting, sculpture, decoupage,
arts and ciafts. flower making
and jewelry making, Rose Kenyon.
Harreen Bertisch, June Fritd, Is-
rael Volper. Vicki Orbach and
Robbi Gateman as instructors.
Continuing art exhibits are held
at the YMHA; the next will be a
one-man art show by Michael
Klezmer. running from Dec. 10
through Dec. 30.
The Art Gallery is open to the
public: the two paintings which
have been donated by Mr. and
Mrs. Kravitz will form the nu-
cleus of a permanent YM-YWHA
Art Gallery.
Jack Katzman, (left) president of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, accept? two paintinas for its Ait Gallery f:cm Aaron
Kravitz and artist Duicie H. DeDeatriz.
Hillel Is Observing 'Education Week"
'ampa Synagogue Lecture-Recital
I A family of visiting artists from
e I'niv. rsity of Florida will be
the Tampa Bay area to pool
heir talents and place "Jewish
llusic and Krnest Bloch" before
nenibers of the general public
ponday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m.
Sponsored jointly by the Univer-
sity (it Tampa Music Department
uui Congregation Rodoph Sholom,
jKr lectureTCCflSl aimed at spread-
tc.'i an appreciation of Bloch's
ruorks through the community will
be held at Tampa's Rodoph Sholom
Synagogue.
Dr David 7.. Kushner. chairman
of the Musicology faculty in
will lecture on works
-: ihe Swiss composer so in-
b; il. braic lore. The author
of "Ernes! Bloch: Teacher-Think-
pgue ot the Works of
B eh" and "A Singular
Blw h," Dr. Kushner is a
authority on the sub-
' ot.
He will fce accompanied by his
Rebi cca Ann. a soprano who
MS appeared in recitals and con-
Wts on radio, television, and col-
'*?e campuses throughout the
uth, in a program of vocal selec-
tors ami tapes featuring excerpts
from Bloch's Israel Symphony,
BcheloDK Rhapsody and the fami-
;ar violin work. Baal Shem.
Rabhi Stanley Kazan, Ph.D., the
Wtual 1 ader of the congrega-
tion, points out that the arrow-
*aped synagogue can seat 1,000.
rne Menorah, a large, seven-
branched candelabra represent-
' 'he seven da.vs of creation,
announting the edifice, is clearly
visible to Bayshore traffic from
all directions.
This, along with the doors of
the arkand the ornamental me-
tal abstraction representing the
human hand which hangs in the
sanctuary and holds the eternal
light, are all the work of another
University of Florida faculty mem-
ber, Wiley J. Tillman Jr.. associate
professor of architecture.
Cantor William Hauben, music-
al director of Rodoph Shalom
Synagogue, explains that sound
resistant folding doors and in-
terior space that narrows toward
the pulpit assure good acoustics.
The lecture-recital is open to
the public without charge.
American Education Week will
be observed by Hillel Community
Day School with a "Curriculum
Night-Open House' Tuesday at 8
p.m.
All parents are invited to at-
tend the open house which wdl be
held in the sch"ni bidding at 1725
Monroe St.. Hollywood.
Following a special curriculum
orientation session by the princi-
pal, Rabbi Simon Murciano, par-
ents will visit iiie classrooms ac-
cording to the schedule of their
ctvldren. The mornin hold the first session, from 8:30
to 9; the afternoon teacher the
second session, 9 to 9:30.
During the evening, teachers
will discuss the curriculum text
methods of teaching and slvw the
parents samples of their children's
work. The P.T..A. Office. S and
committee chairmen, wno were
recently elected, will be introduced,
ind refreshments will be served
by the Hillel P.T.A.
('lasses Begin At
Temple Ner Tarn id
~ mple Ner Tamid will
adult education classes tor the
1370-71 si asnn en Tuesday, it has
been announced.
Mrs. Miriam Gerchakov will in-
struct a Beginners Hebrew class
'or those who wish to learn th <
fundamentals of reading Hebrew
and simple translation: a Hebrew
Sneaking class is being offered fo"
those who have some knowledge
,f the language but wish to polish
i !n lr speaking ability. Rabbi {Leon
Goldberger will instruct this class.
Kach wefk following the Hebrew
classes. Dr. Eugene Labovitz, th temple's spiritual leader, will con-
duet a study of "Gnat Jewish
Pi rsonalities.
The special class for parents of
children enrolled in the Religious
School each Wednesday morning
will consider the subject "Our Re-
ligion. Fact or Fiction." under the
direction of Rabbi Labovitz. The
group will delve into the customs,
i n monies, traditions and super-
stitions of the J' wish faith.
Also included in the Adult Edu-
cation Institute will be four book
K views by Rabl i Labovitz. These
revU ws are sehedided on Tues-
days, and include "Mr. Sammier's
Planet." by Saul Bellow. Dec. 1;
Golda Meir." by Marie Syrkin.
Jan. 5: "A Beggar In Jerusalem,"
by Elie Wiesel. Jan. 19. and "Ideas
and Ideals of the Hassidim," by
Milton Aron. Feb. 2.
Further information is available
from the temple's office.
Songs, Movie Scheduled
Songs by Sadie Padrten and Jen
Rosenberg and a movie entitled
"At This Moment" are scheduled
on the program of the Florida
Chapter, Women's League for Is-
rael meeting Thursday, Nov. 19.
The group will meet in the 1200
West Ave. Auditorium of Forte
Towers at 12:30 p.m.
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Mnritf ncrfdiatn
Friday. November 13, 197Q
BOOK RfVfEW By Seymour B. liebmon
Crisis And Conscience In The Middle East
yilK LATEST k of Dr. Chris-
ian minister a nan of the
. Wi --
( rii- Mil I con-
deuce in the Middle East,
Sei Hugh Scott
B
$5 fl S2 45 [1 .- an 0 -
- I) which arc dis-
cussed "seriatum" in the "hope that it may encour-
morc people to join in the quest for a humane
r- ilution of the M it a isis
S me people believe, with good that
rous Protestant theologians are now anti-
It is therefore heartening that one of their
number ha- come to realistic and objective con-
ns on the basis of first-hand know
Halter's conclusion is that p 10 depi n:- on the
to recognize the cxis'encc of
: and to reach a settlement. The details of the
t. in the
The book is a concise history with many ex-
X iry :- rel it rf factually
and in an interest I -: with pen-
etrating ol nd de

umber of Arabs who fled as given by Arab
sources and he cites the Israeli estimate of 600.000
"the Arab inhabitants o: Jerusalem and the
Bank remained and some 200.000 Arabs
continued to reside in Israel."
The chapter, "Arab Views of Israel," must be
I among the clearest expositions of Ai lb psyche
and the trauma under which Arabs suffer and which
militate against approaches to a peaceful solution
to the Arab-created crisis. The chapter, "Rebirth of
Israel," is a recount ot the events of the decade
prior to lf'47 and includes such facts as have been
overlooked by Israel and American pro-Israel
groups. The 1947 U.N. Resolution call. |
1 new states; one Jewish an | ;,,..
other Al lb. In the first there was then a "
majority and in the second there was an
This \pla;ns the tortuous boun
:i. In retrospect, this was reasonable
to all concerned.
The author also reminds us that Willie j.->ru.
.. is the holiest city to Judaism and Christianity,
it is the third holiest to Islam, after Meet
Medina. As for Christianity, he writes, "O:
take comlort from the angelic pronouncement. He
is not here. He has risen.' Hauer later add- 1
the sacredness of Jerusalem to Judaism has a
stronger significance than it has to Islam
most form- of Christianity."
One is tempted to quote at length but it v
be better f"i" our readers to buy and read the
and give a copy as a Chanukah gift to a Chrisl
friend.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
A Deal Between Russia And Israel? Another Film Festival
Tin.1:1: 11 \s BEEN n recent eh
in the >fficial attitude of the
[si et Union.
but here and th
heard which in ;e a new look and a 1
... It should be oi iii.'ivst to listen
to the and to appraise them.
There Is general agreement among
most observers thai Russia doe- not
- k the destruction of Israelonly the advancement of
Own interest.-, in the region. Rather than treat Russia
an implacable foe, therefore, Israel should strive for
impro-.enunt of relations, and not slam the door on any
ib lity. It is true that Russia has done much to hurt
Israel: the supply of arms to Egypt: the overt encourage-
t of the pan-Arabian spirit of vengeance; the rupture
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
A Delicate Issue
M
ANY JEWISH communities in
the Un ted i tes are now
: ms and
meet them. '. >b-
-- in Ami rican life to-:
are part a:. ,
re population, and the pro-
blems created by 'he resti\ mood
in the country the N< 1 e, the drug a
problem, the d monstrations on campusesaffect
Jews ii" less than other part- ol the general popula-
tion. However, they have also additional side-ef-
fects for Jews.
Take, for instance, the demand of black people
thai they be given representation on the board of
trustees of J> wish hospitals. This is a very delicate
issue, and little is being spoken of it in public. How-
ever, the issue is coming more and more to the
forefront. There are Jewish hospitals in every city
where the Jewish population is 40,000 and over.
They are considered among the best local medical
institutions. One can find many Negroes among
their patient.s and on the medical staff. They have
always been open to all, without distinction as to
race or religion. They are considered a major Jew-
ish contribution to the welfare of all residents in
the city.
Their board of trustees was always composed
of Jews, because they were built by Jews, and
have bean and still are supported by Jewish
philanthropy. They arc considered by all as institu-
tions in which Jews can take justifiable pride.
Ni mi- has any non- Jewish group of the population
attempted to force non-Jewish members on their
boards of trustees. It was as natural for Jewish
hospitals to have a Jewish board of directors as
it is for-Tyrtigogue, or for any Jewish institution.
Th^V*fRi$.st of black groups for representation
on the'Wgiie.-t levels of these hospitals is causing a
very cMBAs^ problem for Jewish leadership. This
request* iSTrased not on any complaint of discrimina-
tion agtijfegt black patients or members of staff
since ivftsljoh. discrimination existsbut on the as-
sertion that the hospitals, even though they are
Jewish-buil .and Jewish-supported, receive also
municipal a^djfitate support.
By the same token, tomorrow they can also
demand representation on the boards of Jewish
Homes for aged, Jewish child-care institutions and
other Jewjshwelfare establishments.
elations with Israel; thi
. ti an the Soviet Union but none of these
can be equaled with the kind of total el
which is expressed, for example, by the Syrians 01 the
Fatah.
Those who advocate second thoughts on Russia query
whether it is in Israel's long range interests to tie itself
exclusively to the United States to the extent that we
shall be completely dependent on that country. We knew
Truman; we are trying to figure out Nixon. Who will
follow him?
We should not forget that America's basic interest
is in the area, and not in Israel as such. There is serious
possibility that friendly relations may be restored be-
tween the U.S. and Egypt. Has not Washington made'
open overtures in that direction? It is not beyond the
realm of possibility that a new Egyptian government,
after the present interim period, would seek to emanci-
pate itself from Russian influence, and would be I
to offer valuable political and strategic coi for
Ame:. in a competition between I- I Egypt
lor American favours, let us not be > cert lin that we
li ive more to offer. And in an Amen I:
dship there is no doubt that the I!
. outbid all Soviet aid offers. It might be u
fore, for Israel 1 n a certaii
li si wi I nd Oil
Wi
with a i' hurt
. w 1 lid a the
commerci illy function 1 ; it woul
pi
coming to grips with the moi
borders 01 maps. Naturally, an op Can would
be open to Israel, too. In our present control of th 1
wi have a power which the Russians undoubted!}
nisc.
On the other hand, they have a trump card to offer
us: gradual release of Russian Jewrya great wave of
controlled immigration, of manpower and of skills which
Israel requires. Surely this would be attainment of an
acme of Zionist goals. Relations between Russia and
Israel need not constitute hostility to the U.S. Indeed,
with the easing of Indo-China tension Russia and Amer-
ica may themselves move closer together. There Is an-
other, a more distant, a more unpredictable con
enemy. The advocates of the new policy toward Russi I
make out a logical and convincing case. So let's say the
groom is willing. Now all we have to do is convince the
bride.
Cap/fa/ Spotlight:
A Look
A DOCUMENTARY about Dr.
Martin Luther King, "A Film-
ed Record Montgomery to Mem-
phis," by Ely Landau was brought
to the 19th International Film
Festival at Mannheim by Landau's
co-producer Richard Kaplan, who
directed the Oscar-winning "Elea-
nor Roosevelt Story" (1955>.
"King" begins with the bus boycott in Mont-
gomery, continues through the historic march on
Washington, and ends with his assassination during
the sanitation workers' strike in Memphis. D
with the racial issue in a simple, straight-forw
matter, the picture didn't win any recognition in
Mannheim.
Neither did the Rumanian entry, "Too S
for Such a Great War," a strongly phrased
Nazi film dealing with World War II. Director
Radu Gabrea, a 32- year-old black-bearded -
man who looks like a fugitive from the "Fiddle:-on
the Roof set, sees overwhelming events ti
the eyes of an innocent boy of 11, a men'.''
m I, who is driven int
trend tncing Rumanl 11
n to C kia.
that his picture is hist
lutl iry Rumanl
.-t the German forces to
Ant n scu h id overl
: is, s imetliing Ch
ti al told last year
M 11 nh. Im was a featun -le
i .ill the d ilk lately mi-i
title of 'The American Soldier." In the words
wr ter-pro lu 1 r-director, Rainer Werner Passl
who attei I the festival, it was ,-a gangster film
about a killer." I saw the picture, a minor murder
story in a pseudo realistic setting, and found no
connection between the Germanic "mafioso
member of the American armed forces et, th
gusting work of Fassbinder was acclaimed as a
stroke of genius.
Perhaps, a nine-minute short entitled "Such a
Dog's Life," gives us an idea about the
-Mentality. Physical punishment is still in order
throughout the Reich and Klaus Koch, the pro
er of the documentary, stresses that in the Federal
ReiHiblic even today 100 children annually are
beaten to di ath, presumably by teachers and parents.
By JOSEPH P0LAK0FF
1......11..1.-J.
r

THE RECORD of the 2ft hour
conversation between Presi-
dent Nixon and Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei A. Gromyko at
the White House Oct. 23 remains
a state secret on both Bides. It may
be years before historians are al-
lowed to see the text,
What is clear is that the tone
of the official comments about it
both American and Sovietwas
cordial, contrasting sharply with
Mr. Gromyko's onslaught the day
before in New York. Then he hall
told the United Nations General
Assembly that the United States
was lying when it charged the
Soviet Union with violations of
the cease-fire standstill agreement
on the Egyptian side of the Suez.
4t Gromyko's Veracity
The day niter their conversa-
tion, President Nixon, in his ad-
dress to the General Assemble.
a llberately avoided harshness to-
wards ai!v country,
Plainly, the President's intent
"as to show the world, despite
the Soviet cold-war style attack
only 48 hours before, that his
role in the United Nation's 25th
anniversary observance was to
pledge America's strength towards
peaceful evolution.
Those interested in the diploma-
tic history of the United States
and the Soviet Union may recall
a previous visit by Foreign Minist-
er Gromyko to the White House
in company with Soviet Ambas-
sador Dubrynin, almost precisely
eight yean before their visit '>lh
Mr. Nixon. John F. Kennedy a-
our President at that time an"
the crisis was the Soviet Instal*
tion of lockets in Cuba that
cipitated the Cuban crisis ol*
On October 18, 190:2, a"
House spokesman has verified, *
Gromyko told President KW
that the Soviets were not put"b
rockets in Cuba. In other wonts.
he was declaring to President Ken-
nedy the claims of Soviet roew_
being present in Cuba were not
true. Four days lateron
Oct. 22,
1962President Kennedy 'j;1"**.
to America his report on c
ban rocket crisis and shortly tnew-
after Soviet ships began hauling
the rockets away from Cuba-


Friday. November 13. 1970
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r.i Si Miami Intend* to regls-
" ,, me with the Clerk of the
uri of Dade County, Ptor-
' VAc CONSTRUCTION CORP.
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tafKBRMAN
, .1 Applicant
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ii ; 13-20-2'
'IKCiriT COt KT .K THE
ill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
' asd for DADE cointy.
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( \sB N< > Ti'-'-'UKti;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VTRICK CONNOR,
,i: MCRRAY CONNOR,
ril.BNE MURRAY CON-
HI r,..i.|. nee unknown, AKE HERE-
."\ii I'll n:i> t file your written
...'.... in this divorce with tho
. .mil sen i a copy upon
Wtorneys, VON ZAMKT &
Til I '.....al Rank Bldg.,
.,,., |-,. : iln on nr before the Till
I mlii r, 1970, Blue the Com-
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niber I, IwTu.
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It G-1S-20-2"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2287
in RB; Estate of
CLARENCE LEE BROOKS,
I >-.> aacd,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T<> All Creditors and All Pet.....is Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ajr.ilnel Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified mid requir-
ed to present any cla'mi and ie-
manda which you may have aguln*l
the estate of CLARENCE 1.1:1:
[1ROOKS deceased laic of Pn.de
County, and file the same in duplicati
and as provided In Bectlon 733.1b, Flo-
rida Statutes, in their offlres in the
County Courthouse In Dade County
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the name will tarred.
Paled .,t .Miami. Florida, ibis 28th
da) of .ii....., a l>. 1!>T".
MADELINE Hi;i 1KB
Aa Ex cuinx
First publication "f this not I......i
the Bth daj of X ivemlier, la"">.
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Attome) for Administratrix
1103 Ainslej Bids'., Miami, Kin.
II ,5-1J. 80-27
I
NOTICF BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT .-FTHE
WCVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19103
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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h weeK for four consecullve weeks
THE JEWISH Fl.< IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
ii.i- 20th day of October,
19711
17 R l.KATHKKMAN. Clerk
I i, uit Court, Dade County, Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
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the undersigned, d> siring to engag<
business under the fictitious name nl
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Coral (Sables, Florida Intends to reg-
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i'ii.mi Court of bade County, Kloriila.
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Attorneys for Gabh. h I'i. /.i
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M 23-30 II S-13
IN THE COUNTY JUOCE S COURT
IN ANT FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-38, .'
GEORGE T. CURK
Ii RE Kstntenf
MARIE FUBNTE8
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pcr>i Ha'
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notlflid and n
quired to present a..y eluimt
demands which you tpaj have tgan si
the estate of MARIE FUBNTBH de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Jndgiia .i D..de County,
and file the same In tluplh ate and a
provided In Bectlon "'< IB, Florida
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Courthouse in !>a,!- Coui.ty, Florida,
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FRED R. ESCHENI1ECKER,
Executor
Am Executor
First publloatlon of this notice !!
the '.lit day of November, i70,
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 1405
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli-u
CAPE BABLE CORPORATION hold-
er of City of Coral Gables Wiste Lien
Certificate No 137 Issued the 24th day
of May, A.D. I9S8, has riled satin- In
my office, and has mad.- application
for a tax deed to he issued thereon
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described proporty in the County
. I i lade, Btate .! Florida, to-wlt:
lot Block &-B, MacFarlane
Homestead Plat, Plnl Book 5
Page Si in th,- City Of "'oral Gables
Count) ol Dade, State ol Florida
This deed will be Issued subject to
'I other outstanding dellnnuent Coun-
tj taxes and i*'7 County Taxes and
Cltj of ''oral Gables taxes and Liens,
'ilo assessment of said property
under the wild certificate, was In the
.....f I'N'KNI IWN
1'nl...;. said certificate shall be r<--
tlcemed according to luw, the proper-
\ ilei cribed hen In ill be sold to
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1'-..i-'..... '.,..i- ,.i the first Mondn>
in the n......!i of December, P'70, which
,- th.- 7-1, .I.i> of December, liiTfl
'I'.-d I his 3nth dav of October,
1970.
E B L.EATHERMAN, Clerk
f Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By W KMITTO
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II i!-13-,!0-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722At t of 1941
File 70 A 1413
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
CAPE 8 LBLE COH1 OR \TH >.\ hold-
er of City of Coral Gables Sanitary
l.ioi ( iti'M-ai. No 28 Issued the u-*>t,
day of May, A.D. 1988, has filed same
in ni.v office, and has made a]........
tlon for a tax deed to l,. issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
thn following described property in
the County of Dade, Btate of Flo-
rida, to-wit:
l.ot : Block 10, Coral Gables
Bectlon C, Plat Book S Page 26
in the til) ol Con
County of Dade, si it.
rida
This .1. ed will be Issued subject to
1970 County taxes and City of Coral
t lables txes and Hens,
The assessment of s.,.,i property
under the said certiorate '-.is in
tin- name of: HNKNOWN
I'lih-ss said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the pro-
pert) described herein will lie sold
to the highesl bidder for rash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
Gables,
of Flo-
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN '
the undersigned, desiring to engai
in business under the flcillkMi* name
of I'.i 'I IE) i A at '-nl South '" 'I i '
Highway, Miami, ."la. Int.....is to r
glHter said name with th Cters nl tl i
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florid
I NIVER8AL RBSTAl'RANTS, IN'
By DAVII M T.vl.TY.
v..... Pn s
TAI'I. \- Till IMS' IN
Attorneys r
: : I Flrsi National Bank Bldg.
Miami, Fla 33131
ii o-i.",-:
NOTICE Or ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-19fc'i9
suit ror. DIVORCE
RACHEL LEE ASHI-EY K'OI
Plaintiff,
>I.E,
ill 111, month of 11... inner. 1970,
which is the ,ih 'i ,\ ol December,
l:i7n.
I'ai d this 30th lay : Oel......r.
1970.
17 B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit t'oun. I lade County, Florida
B) \\ KMITTt'. !>' pul) lerk
(i 'in tut '"uri Seal)
II G-13-20 27
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ling
|lN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3793
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOT ICE TO CREDITORS
... !. lit) ol
\.'\ MAI KEH
uhhI
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i'. m tads Agaltiat Bald
|:-i.ii.
ii in reby notified and re-
I resent any claims and de-
I roll may have against
astuti of IDA MAl'RER de-
I I '.e:.. i 'utility, Florida.
I the Count: Judges of Dade County,
I i' ft in,- in duplicate as pro-
I '-' : i',. Florida Btat-
lh::- offices in the County
srthousi n Dade County, Florida.
I ll dar months from the
I first iiuhliiation hereof.
i u iii be barred.
'ini. this 15th day of
v.n '.'.'7".
i liida Levlite
As Executrix
.."jst pubin mion of this notice on
I" !3rd lit, of October, l "7".
fi'.'/l-s' K \I1.\N. I'ollTER.
J- GNSON .'. KENIN
1 Executrix
8.W : Street, Miami. Kla.
in j::-:tn 11/6-13
'J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
!NAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70 14368
NOTICE OF SUIT
i-,,?r.NSTRlJCTIVE SERVICE
[a imtKAs-, inc., ., piorlda
f >Poratloii,
I'luilltiff
rH'ini.i>
WHAMA
wfenda..
F^IIAMA '.O.I-.KAI.l.lMITKD.
;1"'1"!' > Incorporated under
in.- law 0| ,n, Bahama Islands
I ii Box .,17
"i'..n. tjrand Bahamas
, ARK HHKKHY NOT1FIKD
Mil in Interpleader has been i
Urnl ,""M v"u. H"d you are re-
tf. 1 "" W of your writ-
POwTV "" '" "" TALI-
' WALLBR. Attorneys for
!'-> addles.- is 4-11 |,i-
Mi.iini Beach, Kloriila Ml.V.i,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1940
In RE: Estate of
HAZEL H HATBRICS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parson il i' -
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t" present my claims and demands
which you may have ngalfsl th.....
Tat.- ,,f HAZEL R. HATBRICS de-
ceased late ol Dado Comity. Florida,
to the Count) .Tudgei of Dade County,
a'al tile til, s .in. in duplicati and
as provided In Bectlon rSS.lfl Florida
Statutes, in ihvlr offices mi Ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Pad' Countx-. 1-'!, -
rida, within >ix caUndar months if in
the time of the ffrsl publlcatloti here-
of. .a- th. same ill be barred
H.r.d .it Mia.in. Florida, this 5th
d.n of October, A 1> 1970.
RICHARD KROOP
As Administrator
Kirst publicatl......f this notice on
the JOth day of totobi r, 1970,
PAUL KWITN'K.Y
Attorney for Bat te
4"n Lincoln Rond
10 SO 1! 6-IS-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND F'-R DAn"
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4018
Iii RE: Estate of
AI.Till I: I!. Kl 'A/MAN.
I >eceas, d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel.....i- Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
1-st ate:
You i<>~ hereby notified and re-
quired to pr.-s, nt any claims and
demands which you nia\ have ngHlnsl
Ihe .slate of ARTHUR B BOAZMAN.
deceased late of Dade County. Flo-
rida, to the County Judges ol Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dltde Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
in nt the time of the first publication
hereof, or ihe same will be barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 3rd
das of November A.D 1970.
LUCILLE ROYBTTK BOAZMAN
. o 1-,-citT WKM.1SC1I. All. r.i. v
i'".7 Almerla Avenue
Coral ilal'l, s, Florida J3134
As Executrix
First publication of this notii
the 6h .'.-.y of November, 1970.
KCRT V> HI.I.lSCll
Attorney for Estate of
ARTHUR ll. BOAZMAN
ii" Almerla Avenue, Coral Gables,
Florida S3134
ll $-13.20-27
on
: l-M'MMAN- and
i:\'KRAl. I.IMITK1).
LToti
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und 'rslgned. desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of NBH1 R PAINT IIOPY SHOP at
3736 N.W. S6lh Btreet, Miami. Florida
Intend to rem.-l r ald name with th<
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. lTori.la.
RBYNALDO PBREZ
Ji iSK GONZ x LEZ
10, SO II. 6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61777-C
IN RE' Hsta'e nt
:i:i IRGE SPICZAK,
Deceased
NOT.ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is heruby given that 1
have filed my Final Rcporl and Pi -
tTtloh for Distribution and Final Ilis-
harj-e as Ancillary Executrix of the
ed: and 1 hat on th, 27th day
. V November, i970, will apply t the
Honorable County Judt. s of Bade
t*ounty, for approval of laid Final
Report and for distribution and final
rge as AHelllnr) Executrix of the
.-state of the above-named decedent.
This 20th dav ..' October. 1970.
- ETHEL M MALI
An. diary Executrix
NELSON .* FELDMAN
Attnrhe)
i ::;.*, Kane I !ont ounse
Ma>' Hnrlstr islands,
Florida 33154
in 3" 11 'f,-13-;o
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 70 A 1836
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Daniel uid Cecelia Hreltbart hold-
er ..'' i'-iuh'v Tax s.ie Certificates
numbered 5423 and 5491 issued the
::ist da) ol Ms i A.D. 191 K, has filed
same in my offU-e, snd has mad.' ap-
plication ''"'* a tax ll.....I to he |S-UCd
thereon Said certificates embrace
the following described on......>v oi
the County "f Dade, State of Florida,
to w it :
I ot r. liloclt I, IM-ii. Homes
S". 1, Plat i:..i< 77 Paae 71. In
Section 19 Township V. South.
Range *" Bast, in Hie County of
Dade, Stati of Florida, as em-
hraced in Certificate No. '.4:'::.
Th.. assessment of said pronertv
under the said certificate Issue.I
was In the name of Cu'ty Bark
Rldrs lie
This d.ed will be Issued snhleet 1970
Count) taxes and County l.i.ns
\ja I Block 16, Fairwty Park
Sec 3, Plal Book 66 Pss sn.
Section 29. Townshln ."". South,
Rnnge '" ICast, In the County of
Dade, state of Florida, as embrac-
ed In Certificate No, 5494, The
ass... iieni of said property under
the said certificate issu I was in
the ram. of Investors Diversified
s.,- inn.
This deed will be Issued subject to
1970 County Taxes and County Liens.
1-nlenH said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
deseril.ed herein will he sold to the
highest bidder for .ash at ihe Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of December A D, 1970,
which is the 7th day of December
a 11 1976
lee,.' this 2nd day of Xovember,
A.D. 1970.
B '1 1 KVTIIKI'M VN
Clerk Circuit >urt,
1 'ade Ct dnty, Florida
Bj W. KMITTo I). |.illy Clerk
Cir. ml Court Seal
11 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FdR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA No. 70-3637
FLORIDA
to RE; Estate ..f
KltKliA NKW'AI.K.
|1. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Veil an- required within ii calendat
months from the first publlcaiioi ol
this Noil,-,, to file in the above Court,
In writing, under oath, and in dupll-
in) .hum or demand which you
hav. or cliim i" have against the
Iii. of FREDA NCUAI.Ix. d.--
cvased, .-tl.!.- se mtme will he barred
BERNARDS KAPLAN, Executor
First publication October 23| IOT0.
10 28-36 ll 6-11
ROBERT KARL RIDDLE,
I lefendant.
T( i: Ci IBERT i: A Rl. RIDDLE
:l"7 North i 'obb Avenue
Durli 't:'..", North 'arollns
Y..u. ROBERT EARL RIDDLE
hereby noi.fi,.i that a Bill ol Coi
plaint for Divorce has i..--n fill
agatnsl you, snd you are required
serve a copy of your Amtwer r
Pleading to the Bill ..! Complaint
the Plain'Ifl h al nrnev. MAX
Ol ILDFARB, 11 I Blm a] lulldl
19 \\ est Kl iglor Strei t, Miami Florb'
33130 and file the in igim I A
Pleading In the offli .
t h. i :|n ui: Court on
day nl I !' ember, Is
do so, judgment by
taken against you
manded In ihe Hill
Tin- ....... shell
eat h w ,-k fot four
THE JEW ISH
.,f ihe '
or he..... I
' If you la I
i..' all will
r 'he n
:
a Compl
he pilb
.oils.-.'Ill i \
I'i."i:111; \ ,\
w,
I" INE AND IRDERED il Mint
Fi"i Ida, thin -7 ii day of Ocl i i A
1970
i: B :.:: VTHERM.i \. ci rk
t :in an i ''in i, I lade i
B) MAKtJIERITE KEN f
11 -put) ci..rk
(I 'ircull Court S-aii
\l \.\ A .;. il.DFARH
414 Blsca) a.. I Eullding
.Miami, Florida
Attorney lor I'Inintifl
10, 30 C.,6-1
IN THE COUNTY JOOOS'S COl'RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 3360a-B
IN" RE: Estate of
MORTIMER K< IBELIN
1 eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICAT ON rOh
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that f
have filed my Phial Report nud I
tiiion for Distribution and Fin. 1 D>
charge as Bxecutrlx "i the estate
MORTIMER KOBBLIN, d...a-.,
and that on the JOth dav o' Nov..
h>r, loin, will apply lo the Honor.ih
Count) Judges of bade County, Fl -
ri.ia, for approval of said Final i:
port and for dlstrlbutloi.....,1 ti;
discharge as Elxecutrix of the ests
of the ahov, -named I, e. dent Tl
23rd dav of October, 1970
BDITII EPSTEIN, E\< cull x
sparbbr, bosk in am)
hbii.bRonnbr
I'll' iFESSlONAL ASS' II lATi' >N
Ati..i neys
Inn \- |:.s,..,x n,. Boulevard
Miami, Floiida
____________ II 13-2ft-.,7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT CO'.jRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANj FOR DADF
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20GOfe
SUIT FOR DIVOFtCE
PAMBU DEE McCLAIS
Plaintiff,
I
1111.II' MORRIS McCLAIN,
l lefendant.
Wtllf,
1 Road
|tw',i"" "''-'"al With the Clerk
' '. nyled conn on or be-
" d.,y of November
Judgmant
Art. ".' v'u f"r
f'l in th
,TM:ss
iCou
1970;
may be en -
the relief de-
mphtlnt.
hand and the seal of
ay
1 -Miami, Florida,' on tills
1 October, 1970.
' R LBATHBRMAN,
**S*, Circuit Court
"> I- SNBBDBN
L.. I> imty Clerk
SSssfm
&*AL'd=R
10/23-30 11/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE* COU^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3861
FRANK B. OOWLING
In RE: Estate of ........
;ACK FINKBL8TBIN,
I>..... ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi I
Having claims or Demands against
Said Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and te-
qulred to present any claims and
leman.ls which you ma) hnvi ngi nl
the estate of jack FINKELSTFIN
leeease.l late of I 'ad. '-.11111 Flo-
rida, lo the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same ill dupll' I t'
and as provided iii Se .'on 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse III I ade Coun-
ty. Florida within six il. ndar months
from the time of the ilral publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3oth
day of October, A.l>. ':'7".
MARTIN PINE
Ah Administrator
First publloatlon of this notice on
the 6th day of November, l7".
FINK. JACOBSON & BLOCK
Attorneys for Administrator
mi Bast Piaster Btieat
Miami. Florida .....
li/b-I3-20-27
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
EDWARD F. SMITH,
Plato tiff,
vs.
!" ilfiTHY SMITH.
I C inlalil.
TO: DOROTHY SMITH.
Residence Unknown
You. DOROTHY SMITH,
by notified that a BUI of
for Divorce has been filed
you. and you ^''>' required t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBV OIVK.N that
tli,1 undersigned, desirlun t aiignge
in husi'i .s~ under Ihe fictitious name
of A 0 TRANSMISSION fc GRAB at
numo.i L"'".'. S \\ xtlh Avenue,
Road, in tile City of South Miami.
Florida, Intends lo register Ihe said
dame with the Ch-rk of the Circuit
Court "f Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami, Fl irlda, this 2nd
.lay of November, 1970.
n ,v i: Tt' vvsm'sisn in
A: CTBAR, INC.
By: DANIEL ^ dimi.h. President
BAXTER <- FRIEDMAN
Attot ii. ss for Applicant
1875 X 17 I (3rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
II 0-13-20-27
llrre-
Coroplalnt
igainst
erve
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE11V GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A A: I ITALIAN RESTAURANT ,
ai :.7",1 N.W. I'oth Street. Miami in- Mi.tin
Y< I: PHILIP MORRIS M. CLAIN
.* o Lena McClaln
Route i
Selmer, T.-on
You. 1'Hll.il" MORRIS M'Cl.M
are hereby notified thai a Bill
Complaint for Dlvbroe has been ii!
agalust you, and you are rai utred
serve a copy of your AnSM'er or Pli .-
ItiK to th.- bid of Complain) n
Plaintiff's attorney, SHELDON '
I.Kl.t'HCK and HAR '111 H. K <
SIN. it \v Flagler Sti t Room
Miami. Kloriila 33130 mid file i
original Answer or Pleading In the
fiCe Of Hie Clerk of 111. C li'u.l f'ou
on ot before the Ith day of 1....
ber, M'7". if you fail lo do
men! by default will be taken t.g.i
> "ii for the relief dewiu. dinl in
BUI "I Complaint
This noli,-,, shall bi 'i Ished oi
each week for four llll ., -' Ix A .
in THE JEWISH I ii MD1AN
DONE AND ORDEKF1) at Vllat I,
Florida, this 2nd day of N'.\. r.i1
A 1) "" '
E. 11. LEATHERM W. Clerk,
Cir. uit t ourt. I'ad. Com i \. I'
By: m M(iiii;i:i'i K i:\t
i teputy i 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seall
hH I7I.I" i.N X I.KI.i 1! I Ix .oel
MAltol I' Ii. k" ASS IN
W, Flagler SI Rm 2iM
, Florida ::::i 'In
n copy of your Answer "r Pleading
to the Hill of Cotnnlalnt on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, HOBBHT H. HCRNS,
Esquire, 350 Lincoln ltd.. Miami
Beach, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the clerk of th,- Circuit Court on or
hefori the 30th da) of November, 1970.
If you fail to do so, judgment by tie-
fault will be tak, ii against you for
the relief demanded in the Uill of
Complaint.
Tills notice shall he published oner
each Week for o,tr e. .-i-' "I i ve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OKIM.W.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22 day of October A.D.
1970.
E r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B] L SNEBDEN
I'. put) Clerk
(Circuit Court S.al t
ROBKRTH BURNS
850 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Pla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/30 11.0-13-20
tend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of
Dade Couiitv. Florida
JOHN VELARDI and
CAKM 171.1.A INI IIERI '
KESSLER, ROTH, SHERADSKY,
A BRCKERMAN
Attorneys for applicants
lxa., s w 3rd Ave
Miami, l-'la.
10 SO 11 6-13-20
Attorneys for i'lauuiff
n i::-o,,.-v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIV'EN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFIED
INDUSTRIES at P.O. Box 604, Buena
Vista Station, Miami, I'la ::::iJ7 In-
tends In register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Florida
HIALBAH FACTORS, INC.
SIDNEY EFRONSi 'V
a ttorney for Ani-li. ant
t,l^ Alnsley lllilg.
Miami, Kla. ^31 32
10,.in 11 G-13-20
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeni solicits your legol notice*.
W apprecidl youi
patronage and -t^uarantea
accurate serviiW5 at ieaa'
rates ... '
Dial :i7.l 1605
for mesBerger aorrlca


Pcge 16-A
3ewlstncrkBan
Friday, November 13
B.FGoodrich
SILVERTOWN
660
4PLYTYREX
95
650x13
Plus F. E.
Tax 1.78
& Trade-ir
BFGoodrich
SILVERTOWN
PELTED
POLYESTER CORD FIBERGLASS
BELT WIDE PROFILE
V
BFGoodrich
SIZE
700x13
695x14
WHITEWALL
F. E. TAX
21.95
1.96
21.95
735x14
775x14
775x15
825x14
825x15
855x14
855x15
885x14
885x15
900x15
915x15
22.95
23.95
25.95
28.95
1.94
2.04
2.17
2.19
2.33
2.36
LIFESAWEI
RADIAL
WITH 4-PLY RAYON BELT
THE 40,000 MILE TIRi
B78-14
645x14
Plus F. E. Tax
2.07 & Trade-in
31.95
35.95
2.53
2.57
2.84
2.76
2.87
32.95
2.96
SIZE BLACKWALL F. E. TAX
C78-14 695x14 26.25 2.15
E78-14 735x14 27.25 2.35
F78-14 775x14 29.00 2.55
G78-14 825x14 31.75 2.67
H78-14 855x14 34.75 2.93
F78-15 775x15. 29.00 2.61
G78-15 825x15 31.75 2.77
H78-15 855x15 34.75 2.98
M78-15 885x15 45.25 3.08
L78-15 915x15 47.00 3.22
DR70-13
650/700x13
Plus F. E. Tax
2.34 & Trade-in
SIZE WHITEWALL F. E. TAX
ER70-14 695/735x14 40.00 2.46
FR70-14 775x14 44.00 2.71
GR70-14 825x14 49.00 2.89
HR70-14 855x14 54.00 3.20
FR70-15 775x15 47.00 2.82
GR70-15 825x15 52.00 2.93
HR70-15 855x15 55.00 3.29
JR70-15 885x15 59.00 3.33
LR70-15 900/915x15 61.00 2.46
Whitewall only
Whitehall* SliEhtly
Higher
NORTON
i'NCE 1924-
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 N.W. 27th Ave. 634-1556
N.MIAMI BEACH
1700 N.C 163 St. 9*5-74=4
W. HOLLYWOOD
6017 Hollywood Blvd.
a: State Road No. 7 987-0450
SAFETY
BFGoodrich
T\asie< c^ia'o*
CENTER
ra
CORAL GABLES Biid & Douglas Road 446 BIO! MIAMI BEACH 1454A U>fl Road 53E-5331 FT. LAUDERDALE 1830 W. BroAard Blvd. 525-3136 a-.d 1743 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7588 POMPANO BEACH 3151 N. Federal H*y. 943-4200
NORTH MIAMI 13250 ...,. 7:1 Ave. 681-8541 SOUTH DAOE 9001 S. D.xie Ha/. 667-7575
MIAMI SHORES 8801 Biacayne Blvd. 759-4446 HOMESTEAD 30100 S. Feseral Ht.-j. 247-1622 WEST PALM BEACH 515 South Dixie 832-3044
HIALEAH/NORTHSIDE: MAJ8R TIRE CO. 3130 N.W. 79th Street 691-6233


{Jewish Floridiian
Earn
ji, Florida Friday, November 13, 1970
Section B
AJCongress Survey Reveals
\ttitudes Of Supreme Court
\EW YORK In his first term
',>,.. I'.S. Supreme Court, One '
Warren Burger ranked
. m ng the justices favoring
isserting their civil j
s, according 'o an
: Hie high court's decl-|
,: the 1969-70 i am
by the American Jew-
C
I annual study of the
ins affecting the Bill
-. the American Jewish
-. ilso reported a sharp
c-) in the proportion of cases de-l
M by the court favorably to the
ert I right.
rm the court ruled in
lov of persons claiming their
nal rights in 55.8% of
- This compared to 81.296
1968-G9 term and an
74.3r; over the prcvi-
l<
;.- the markedly lower per-
vorahle opinions, how-
first term of the Burger
urt did ""t "undo" the predomi-
ntly libertarian decisions jf the
urt, according to the
II also left 17 Bill of
>.m g for reargument this
In the American Jewish Congress'unfavorably. Justice Douglas vo-
analysis, a vote is recorded as fa-- ted favorably in all 14 cases; Chief
orable or unfavorable to the in-! Justice Burger cast five favorable
dividual claiming a constitutional; votes, nine unfavorable.
right without assuming thiit the .. ,
There were two internal se-
highest in terms of favorable
VOtes a position he has held
since the American Jewish Coil
gress published its first analysis
13 years ago.
Justice Burger's record was in
curity cases, both decided unfavor-
ably. One was unanimous; in the
other. Justices Douglas and Black
cast the only two favorable votes,
person was necessarily justified.'
sharp contrast to the 80.8'! record ^he mrth, achieved by Chief Justice Karl lv,:,y "h.K'ctive standard for ana ,
Warren during his last term on lyzlng ,ho JU8tices votcs-
the bench in 1938-69, but ill the
justices showed a tendency to vote
Jerrold Goodman (left) is welcomed into the Founders of
Mount Sinai Hospital by Chairman Edward Shapiro. Mem-
bership in the exclusive club is bestowed upon individuals
making contributions of S50.000 or more toward develop-
ment of the Mount Sinai Medical Center, primary facility
of which will be the Maribel Bium Nuclear Medical Research
Building, shown here. The hospital's current S20 million
campaign will be highlighted by a gala President's Eall at
the Fcntainebleau Hotel Dec. 6, honoring Humanitarians
(million dollar benefactors).
less favorably last term than they, showed Justice Douglas ranking
had lr 1968-69. Decisions were reached in 13 eases)
The survey noted, however, that involving freedom of expression
the number of civil rights and; or elections, seven of them favor-!
liberties cases decided in any one' amo six unfavorable. Justice Douc-i
term w as relatively small and that,. .,
as a result, the lower percentage! Ias cast ninc favoMe votes, four
may be the result of chance "a! unfavorable; Chief Justice Bur-
difference in the nature of the
A tabulation of the justices'. .
records during the 1969-70 term Israel Producing Supersonic Jet, Time Magazine Says
arren
x>rt.
Of a-vs analyzed in the
Jewish Congress study,
icf Jim c Burger voted in fa-
thi sserted right 16 times.
to '.OS'; in the s mie
- stice William O. Doug-
igheft ranking justice
this criterionvo-
ly 41 times and un-
times, equal to 78.9';.
cases that happened to come be-
fore the court in this particular
year."
The American Jewish Congress
study prepared by Joseph B.
Robison. director of its Commis-
sion on Law and Social Action, and
Beverly Coleman. staff counsel
discussed the court decisions in
four categories: civil rights and
the rights of the poor, internal se-
curity, freedom of expression and
elections, and other criminal pro-
ceedings.
There were 14 decisions in cases
involving civil rights and the rights
| of the poor. Of these. 11 were do-
1 elded favorably to the constitu-
tional right asserted and three
Continued on Page 14 B
NEW YORK. (ZINS In the
latest issue of "Time" Magazine.
Israel is credited with having de-
veloped and tested its own ver-
sion of the supersonic jet "Mirage-
5." similar to the French aircraft
still under embargo.
By 1972. says "Time." Israel
should be producing an average of
one plane ]>er month. Israel's jet
was reported to have a bomb pay-
load of 3 tons. It was said to be
armed with two 30mm. cannons,
and possibly a third weapon the
"Vulcan," an electronically-oper-
ated gun. capable of firing 6.000
rounds per minute. The working
force at the Israel plant that will
produce the aircraft has been in-
erensed from 12.000 to 20.0C0 men.
i>li Leaders Express Sorrow Over
in2 Of Richard Cardinal Gushing
>,
IK (JTA) Jewish
krs (X ssed sorrow over the i
at:-. ard Cardinal Cush-
k at the age of 75.
of Bi.ston since 191-4,
nd of Israel and the
Huffman, president of'
an Jewish Committee.
sitlve results of Vati-
i! II will be a lasting
lo the Cardinal .
1 has lost a friend and
CJ ran bard, national
the Anti-Defamation I
f '.a: B'rith. said. "Jews ;
world over will always remem- ]
matic plea Cardinal .
ii the floor of Vati-
u five years ago in ;
i< Anti-Defamation
privileged to have
n in the si arch for
lous relations. His
name will always evoke deep re-
spect and profound admiration.
Rabbi Ronald B. Gittelsohn,
president cf the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, declar-
ed that "Long before it became
fashionable for Catholic prelates
to participate in interreligious
functions. Cardinal Cushing did so
in the Boston area His concern
for fairness and justice on behalf
of the State of Israel always re-
ceived his major priority."
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler.
vice president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
declared Cardinal Cushing's death
is an irreparable loss, not only for
the Catholic community but
also for the entire religious com-
munity. The Cardinal "he said,"
was a liberal in the truest sense
ol the word, practicing the princi-
ples of ecumenism long bi fore the
teim became fashionable."
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Friday. November 13, 1970
Temple Emanu-EI Inaugurates 70-71 Adult Education
4HiH.ij.mi.HHJT;
tt'T';,'. t'-'Vi .11;'B
An Institute ol Jewish St
for W imen, an Evening Ins.i:
for Men and Women, a "Town
Hali" s. ii- s. a I '! > akfast
rum, Home St dy Circles, a
Torah Luncheon Club. Book
views and Sabbath 1 '
will be included in the Adult K.'.u-
ram ol TV mpl Emanu-
EI : Ing th 1970-1971
:
Tv Women's Institute cl M -
luled at 10 ..n..: El. raen-
- .:; Hebrew, taught by Mis. Ra-
th. 1 Lot an. l
:.. under the in-
struction of Mrs. Haya Smith.
Beginning at 11 a.m.. Rabbi Gilbert
Ki.iiin will teach a class in Jewish
History while Mrs. Kollin d
study of The Living Prayer Book.
Th.' Evening Institute will also
have classes in Eh He-
brew, Advanced Hebrew and Con-
versation, b< ginning < 7:30 |
with M> i Silv. Instructor.
Rabbi Kollin will teach the 8:33-
9:30 p.m. class in X wish His <:.
of the Nov. 17-Dec, 15
and Jan 12-F. b. 9 Institute will be
monthly lecture discussi >ns led
by Dr. Irving U hrman.
The Torah Luncheon Club will
have Its ipeTrfflg session TtfrJsflay.
Nov. 24. N< W I I. :.: its 11th
nsecutive year, 'his c.ass, which
Shelborne Hotel or.
alter: lys, is an intensive
,s dii Dr. L. hrman,
itilizing text and omrro nl u I -
The Talmud Stu ly Gi i ip me. ts
each Monday at 3:45 p.m. for
study under the direction of Isiah
-,!. v Th. Sal bath Bibl.
lay afterno >ns, study-
ts and tws un-
der the Ii adersh f Rev. Abra-
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di.ev Dickson. 27, a North
Miami Eeach insurance man,
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ever to be selected as a World
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while serv.r.g the Uni'ed States
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Page 3-B
Hillel Principal
To Be Installed
I'iv first major public event of
Community Day School
i augural Ball Satur-
gi Dec 5, at the Diplo-
v Club. Similar ban-
be held annually Bj the
i i!>l:lntion.
iliiTKT^fcrnTr- uiir honor
nlttee of Founder*" of
and also install Rabbi
no as principal of

B. Dennis, president of
I || has announced the ap-
,: Mi. and Mrs. Leon-
is iiiTal chairmen
lUgural Ball. Mr. and
i tenner will serve as
it' arrangements, and
!, _, Mrs Arthur Winton as
.... chairmen.
which opened in Sep-
ith an enrollment of 87
i icts a dual curricu-
religious and gen-
ir Guest Speaker
M. Sharir, Israeli Con-
Affairs, was to
r at Thursday's
i i k.' s.i\ in
S iclety of
"In is R) 5-
i -. ;>!-i gi-
ll iunc I
|
[nvi stmi nts in tin
eral studies in Kindergarten
through sixth grade classes. Plans
arc being formulated to add a
Junior High School next Septem-
ber. As a eiyiimuni.ty .school, Th
Ilillel serves J wwh families affil-
iated uiih Orthodox. Sbnaorvativc
and Reform congregations, ,
The spiritual leaders serving on
The Hillel Board of Rabbis repre-
sent nine synagogues of South
Broward and North Dade coun-
ties. They include Rabbi Joseph
A. Gorfinkel, Beth Moshc Congre-
gation: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe,
Temple Belli El; Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley, Temple Sinai: Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah Congre-
gation: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom: Rabbi
Charles M. Rubel. Congregation
B'nai Raphael: Rabbi Milton Sch-
linsky. Temple Adath Yeshurun;
Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Si-
nai; and Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd,
Temple Israel of Miramar.
Musical Comedy Vignette .,
At Sisterhood Luncheon
A Vignette from "I Do. I Do!"
the musical comedy now playing
at the Flayers Theatre at the Mu-
seum of Science here, will be pre-
sented as part ol the program at
the luncheon meeting f Temple
[srael Sisterhood Wednesday noon
in the temple's Wolfson Auditor-
ium, Dan Duckworth, producer
and manag r of The Players, will
I ker.
Mrs. Anshel Rackof is proj n
ii man for th i Sisterhood; Mrs.
Ie: me Rado fs president. Reser-
ons for the event may be ob-
tained by calling the Temple office.
The Hillel Community Day School Inaugural Ball Committee
includes from left, (seated) Mrs. Arthur Wintan, Mrs.
Leonard Schreiber, and Mrs. Irving Conner; (standing)
Judge Arthur Winton, Leonard Schreiber and Irving Conner.
Rabbi To lead June Tour
R ii I i Joseph a. Gorfinkel,
itual leader of Temple Beth Moshe,
13630 W. Dixie Hwy., North Miami,
will lead members of his congre-
gation in a tour to Israel. The
group is scheduled to leave June
28. spending two weeks in Israel
and one week in two other Euro-
pean countries. Those interested
in joining the Beth Moshe group
may call the temple office, for in-
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Friday, November 13
Attorney Recipient Of Award Of Honor
H Phi'Iir F-rr. -. a well known
: y w ho has been a Miami
for the past 32
H. PHILLIP fOMf JT
as received the Awani of
Hcr.or from the National Associa- '
tion of Estate Planning Councils.
Tne award was presented to him
last week by J. D. Coughlan.
president of the 7500-member na-
tional organization. Mr. Forrest
was a founder of the association
eight years ago. and served as its
first president.
The primary' purpose of the
organization was to establish co-
operation between the four pro-
fessional groups involved in es-
tate planningaccountants, lawy-
ers, life insurance underwriters
ar.d trust officers.
It is essential that the four
groups concerned in planning es-
tates work together." Mr. Forrest
said, and I think that our group
has helped create a climate of
cooperation and understanding
which did not xist ten years ago
and which is very helpful to any-
Idni efficient management
of n;s estate."
A former agent for the Internal
Revenue Service, Mr. Forrest is
a mem^r Miami x Institute *'" mem-
ber of die University's ERdowment
, CXmmiittfc- He acted as an, Estate
' Tax a?.-r.t for the United States
Treasury Department before es-
tati practice in Miami,
i has earned a national reputa-
tion as a guest lecturer for the
:icar. Bar Association.
Claude Pepper To
Receive Award
Some 500 persons are expected
to attend a S100-a-plate dinner in
honor of Rep. Claude Pepper at
the Deauville Hotel on Friday.
Dec. 11. it has been announced.
The Congressman has been
named to receive United Cerebral
Palsy of Miami's first Humanitar-
ian Award, according to dinner
chairman Fred R. Stanton and
Leonard Goldenson. chairman of
the board of United Cerebral
Palsy Associations. Inc.
The first event of its kind under
the sponsorship of UCP. the Hu-
manitarian Award Dinner is ex-
pected to become an annual char-
ity event.
Jack Schillinger is president of
the board and John Horan is exec-
utive director of UCP of Miami;
John Baird is executive director
of UCP of Florida.


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L ovnan s
rWorld I Begins 6th Season
liiday, November 13. 1970
Mrs. Cohen To Lead Local
Women's League Delegation
jlrs, M. S. Cohen of North
liaini. President of the Florida
Vanch of the National Women's
Lgue, will head the local dele-
tion t<> the Biennial Convention
the National Women's League,
nitui Synagogue of America.
event scheduled for Nov. 15
rough N v. 19. will bring to-
iler more than a thousand wo-
\- iders of Conservative Syna-
n groups from all over the j
iitcd States, Canada. Puerto
.ro and Israel, at the j
tord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake,
Ike current crisis in family liv-
and the breakdown of com-!
rjiuati n between the genera- j
II will I < the subject matter
'the-four davs of deliberations.!
il which .will be "And I
lou shalt lov< ."
IOne ol the highlights will be a|
Imposium on the topic "Prayer"
\ i hy Dr. Louis Finkel-
i in. Chancellor of the Jewish
jieological Seminary; another
h a Si minary educator, a
I atrisl and a sociologist
Jamil..: the current breakdown
in family security and methods of
coping with it.
Two Sisterhoods from Israel !
will be inducted into the National
Women's League, and the installa-
tion of Mrs. Arthur J. Brown of
North Miami Beach as a national
vice president of the National Wo-
men's League will also take place.
Delegates will be active partici-
pants in workshops, classroom
study and daily services. They will
see dramas especially written for
the occasion and hear outstanding
speakers from the 28 departments
through which the National Wo-
men's League affiliates carry on
their international program of
education and service. Programs
will begin each day ai 8 a.m. and
continue into late evening.
National Women's League was
founded 52 years ago. Today its"
membership embraces ..over 800
Sisterhoods. The Florida Branch
has been affiliated since 1960. Its
official delegates to the conven-
tion will be representing the 29
Sisteihcexls of Florida and Puerto
Rico.
The Hada-ssah Center for Win-
j tcr Residents has openeei its of-
D _._ fl for the sixth season at the
Fage $-0 | Mon]jn ROUp Motel. 41st S*. and
,. = j Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach.
The Hadassah Center caters to
life members and members in good
rtarffiliK-^ThtrTfftrrinrit the Unifefl
States, who spend the winter
months in Miami Beach. Members
come from as far west as Chicago
-nd a^ far north as Maine. Mem-
bers from states on the east coast
New York, New Jersey. Pennsyl-
vania. Massachusetts. Connecticut
ind Maryland, predominate. Very
high calibre programs are planned
on current events and timely top-
ics.
Mrs. Alfred Twin of Bi'timore.
a member of the- National Board
of Hadassah and nationally ap-
oointr-d chairman of the Winter
Residents program is back for an-
other season with Mrs. Gerald
Soltz of Miami as cochairman. Mrs.
Morr's Rubin will on"e acain "rvc
*ue Center as secretary and Mrs
Her-ry jrei,jh0- as fca^'ircr: hoth
>f these ladies come from New
York.
The office is open Monday
through Thursday from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. and Hadassah members
from out of town are cordially in-
vited to visit the Center.
mcheon Theme To Be 'New Members'
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapt-
IV rn's I a ague For Israel,
hold a membership-drive
at the home of Miami
n and Mrs. Jay Derm-
525 l' amingo PI.. Tuesday.
il noon it has been an-
' I
Geiger, regional di-
American Fiic nds
w University, will be
Wometco Theatres
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elay's entertainment will be a
musical presentation arranged by
Well-known Miami Beach person-
ality Allen Dworkis.
All members paid-up for the
1970-1971 fiscal year are cordially
invited. Since the luncheon theme
Is "new mi mbers," everyone is
urged to bring a prospective mem-
ber.
Rose Dcllerson is chairman of
the day; Cele Hecker. Rose Roch-
stim, and Emma Rattner eon,! rise
the chapter's presidium.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Schedules Lunch,
3-Act Comedy
One,' again the Opti-Mrs. Club
Ol Miami Beach "sounds the bell"
to herald the coming of an i joy-
Me and exciting afternoon, thi i
annual "Theatre in the Round"
luncheon fund-rafting affair.
The bells will be ringing in the
Cotillion Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel on Friday, Dec 11. A gour-
met luncheon will be served at
11:30 a.m., after which the Gold
Coast Players Will present the
new three-act comedy T;ik< My
Wife," which has opened to tre-
mendous applause around the
United States.
All proceeds will go to the
Mrs. Scholarship Fund for Emo-
ti nalty Disturbed Children, Mrs.
Jim Levenson, president of the
group announced. Reservations foi
this "bell ringer" may be mad< bj
calling ticket chairman Mrs. Louis
Pilzer or cochairman Mrs. A
i .< ir> it/.
The club's next general r
' will i), hi Id at Sambo's Rests
l ollins A\e.. Miami H< a< h, al
i K:iK> p.m. Wednesday, Nov. is.
Planning the book review to be presented by Beth David
Sisterhood at Beth David South, 7500 SW 120th St., at its
11 a.m. luncheon Wednesday are Sisterhood president Mrs.
Norman Sholk, (left) Mrs. Moie Tendrich, program chairman,
Mrs. Blanche Brass, who will review Laura Hobson's "First
Papers," Mrs. Naomi Klotz, book review chairman Mrs.
Harvey Friedman and Mrs. Sidney Silverman.
Yiddish Thratre To Give
An internationally known Yid-
dish acting company headed by
well-known Yiddish Art Theatre
star Michel Rosenborg will begin
a season of Yiddish drama Dec. 22
iii the auditorium of the Hebrew
Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach, it has been an-
nounced.
8 Performances Weekly
Eight performances weekly will
be given in the 650-seat audito-
riumevery evening but Friday,
and matinees on Wednesdays and
Sundays. "There is no reason why
Miami shouldn't be a world center
of Yiddish culture," said Mr. Ros-
enberg. "The establishment ol this
theatre is only a beginning."
ha
The world changed for
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A Cinema Center turns presentation
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Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital's
Ninth Anniversary Ball chair-
man, Saul Silberman, has
named Mrs. Harry Lewie cf Mi-
ami Beach as this year's Theme-
and-Decornticns chairman. Mrs.
Lewis, wife cf the hospital's
presider.'., has received numer-
ous awards for her volunteer
service. She has been a mem-
ber of the Anniversary Ball
Committee since its inception.
Some 300 staff physicians,
Board Trustees, psrscnnel and
guests are expected to attend
the dinner dance and show
Dec. 12 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. J
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teachers highly skilled in both group teaching and
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your child! The piano can be played in the convention-
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+Je*4sMcridr&r7
Friday, November 13,
Pioneer Women Honor Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowitz
Pionr Women Cub No., will "ie ch.lrm.n.h.p of
honor Mr. and Mrs. I. Rabinowitz
Mis. J. Krantz. will go to Child
Book Review Scheduled
Jack Gold, public relations
honor Mr. and -Mrs. 1. RlS(.u, Klln,, of Israel,
for their outstanding work on Di-
rector of the YM-YWHA of Gn-
er Miami, will review Chaim
half of the children of Israel Sat- Mrs_ Kranccs Packar. president, tok-s rhe pIOmise" at Twi
urday. Nov. 21. at a 6:30 p.m. m i()e a, u, i ,,.m. Monday mcetin- of RVv dv
dinner in the Royal Hungarian mee^m of Pione(.r Women Club ^n*s ot>n of L,.a:Br
Restaurant. Guest speaker will be N-0 2 in thl. Washington Federal. Women of Coral Gables in u,
dem KJS.SSU ^M-A,. l-niversitvofMiamiH.n.Hoj
Top officers of state and local hospital auxiliaries attend
the fourth annual Art Show sponsored by Cedars of Leb-
cnon Hospital women at the Bacardi Gallery recently. Mrs.
Ted Lotterman (right) a past president of Cedars' Auxiliary,
and current Ways and Means coordinator of State cf Florida
Hospital Auxiliaries, extends official greetings to Mrs. Faye
Carpenter. South District Director of Hospital Auxiliaries
lert and Mrs. Yale Levinson. Miami Beach civic leader
and president of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries (centerl
'Communications Media Award' To Be
Accepted By Bill Smith At Luncheon
The I .imbershipluncho''n
of the South Florida Women's D:-
oi the American Jow:sh
- lent and chairman of the
^oard. Mrs. Murray Top;* r. the
: i nt of the South Florida
Women's Division will p.vsent the
y.unication* Mrdia Award ti
radio stntion WKAT. B:ll St tl
p\ the -ward on b
of the station. Mr. S
si :f be cited for his thought-i
v. king comm. nl and pel
,, v. > m his 1 radio pro-
cram. "Debate." a:. his
. ated t' k vision
OW."
Rabbi Leon Kronish, |
South Floriila R
i ish C
-.:..< ,< the i I
ii Yos: yai Ich is th
tcutive director of the
baai. kob;e:ii
Yeshiva Student Acceptable,
for hotel, vicinity Lincoln Rd.
Area. Please call after 12
Noon. 531-3751.
BILL MWTH
< -- will be held T
it the Beau Rivage H I
- ;. of Mrs.
Al x Mey< rson, vice president and
membership chairman, and Mrs.
Sol. Berlin, program vice president.
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Irving Kaplan, honorary
Classroom Dedicated In
Memory Of Max Shlein
Ti rnple Zion has dedicated a
i kSSTOom in memory of its long-
time friend and benefactor. Max
Shlein. On hand for the dedication
monies was his sister, Mrs
Elsie Brief man.
The temple's Sisterhood plans
to open its Chanukah gift shop on
Friday. Nov. 20. The shop will be
open each day except Saturday
f i om 10 a.m. to noon with gifts for
all agi s.
e than $250 was collected by
the children of Temple Zion's Re-
ius School for UNICEF on
Hallowvn. it has been annoui
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Lay, November 13. 1970
9-Jewlst Meridian
Page 7-B
B'nai B'rith Women Launch
Building Fund Campaign
Xl. local kick-off for the B'nni I in
irith Women Children's Home inj si
Fund campaign,
week in the New
iriih
[,.,,.1 Building
ok place this
frizons Auditorium, North Mi-.
ii North Miami Beach
vol. David Lapham presented
;,,, B'lith Women North Dade
'ouncil chairman Mrs. Morris;
iCTtistein ii'n a Proclamation j
,., n i ng Nov. 10-17 as "B'nai
Irith Women Week." (Metro Vice'
favor Hardy Matheson, Miami
teyor Steve Clark, Miami Beach
. y Dormer and the Hal-
l ;. i 11 ; v w tod mayors had
i -. milar procla-
11 pr used the philan-
- ol B'nai B'rith
the community
them in this building
thos present for the
i B n ii B'rith Worn-
i vice president
i! >i .vii/. Mrs. Nat j
b T ol the National
B'nai B'rith
I tome in Is-
i chairman Mrs.,
u n.
: :' h Women Chil- i
ime in Israel salely,
B'rith Women, \
treatment center
- onally disturbed young-
is. A highly tr lined staff pro-
c counseling, croup
iship, a family-like at-
i schooling, In-,
nd sympatnet Ic
.ii ihe Home, which has be-
' 11 Id's model In-
the treatment o!
; children be-
7 and 15.
- I str icture was built
'' len in 1955.
h been home I
Ull -:.:.. Patterns of
" icdology i ii
changing with un-
i tv and the need
I is Cl '
Is, B'nai B'rith
one auarter of
- lo ir ivide a thr '
e -lit build-
n goal has u >en
Chil Iran's Home build-
ng will contain a clinic, gymna-
sium, library, scienc. music, rem-
edial teaching and xroup therapy
rooms, as well as game and handi-
craft areas. One-room lias also
been designed to serve
raid shelter.
Presidents Club Meets
Hie Presidents Club was to hold
a lioai'd meeting Thursday at 8
p.m. in the Seaeoast Towers. Its
regular monthly meeting is sched-
uled to follow a 9 a.m. breakfast
in the Deauville Hotel Coffee Shop
Sunday. Kmanuel Mentz, enter-
tainment chairman, will outline
plans tor the club's dinner dance
and show in the Americana Hotel
Sunday, Dec. 20. Shep Davis is
the club's president.
Brunch To Honor Paid-Up Members
as an air- :
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The Building Fund Campaign,:
which will continue until Febru-
ary, marks the first time that
B'nai B'rith Women has mad a
direct appeal for funds, soliciting
support from the community. Tax
deductible contributions may be
sent to B'nai B'rith Women. Ir"
P.O. Box 755 Ojiis. Fla. 33163. ""
Benefit Fashion Show
Tin- United Cerebal Palsy ben-
efit fashion show and luncheon
Saturday. Nov. 21, at 11:30 a.m.
in Miami Springs Villas Playhouse
will be sponsored by the Italian
American Worn- n's Club. Fashions
will be by Jordan Marsh.
Reservations are available
through Grace Rosso.
Saturday noon at the Deauville
Hotel, the Miami Beach Chapter
of the City of Ho;>e will host all of
its paid-up members at a brunch
and entertainment in their honor.
Life Mcir. lership pins will be
awarded to those who b came Life
Members in the past year.
Admission is by paid up mem-
bership card or payment for a
giWBt, Any guest who Becomes a
member at this brunch will have
''"' HiW"""1 "filhto'l '"" '"'' her
first year's dues.
This research and pilot hospital
opens its doors without r< :-ard to
race, color or creed to suffers of
catastrophic diseases, and never
makes any charge to it-; patients or
their families.
Reservations should be made
through Mrs. Max Amhowitz;
Chanter president is Mrs. Cy
Plaskv.
'thanksgiving Tea To
Feature Book Review
Dr. Irving Lchrman will present
the book review which will be fea-
tured at the Sisterhood's Thank"
"ivins: Tea Wedne=day Nov. IS. ut
1 p.m. in the j^'icdlapd Ballroom.
Dr. Lchrman will review the
number one best-seller "Love
Stor>," bv Erich Segal, for mem-
bers of Tempi.- Emanu-El Sister-
hood. Parent-Teachers Assocl i-
tion ard their guests. Reserva-
tions may be made it the Temple
office.
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Highlighting the recent Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
membership tea in the Friedland Ballroom was a deliqhtful
skit presented by the Temple Players. Entitled "L.I.F.E.," it
was written and directed by Trixie Levin, with choreography
by Barbara Bessey, and musical direction by Millie Draizcrr.
The cast included, (from left) Miriam Weinkle, Barbara Bes-
sey, Laurel Kimball, Hope Pomerance, Rita Burns, Terri
Blum, Davida Levy and Libby Levin.
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the label trom any package ot Swiss
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4. You may enter as often as you wish, but
each entry must be mailed in a separate
envelope.
5. All entries must be postmarked not later
than midnight Dec. 31, 1970 and received
not later than Jan. 7, 1971.
6. Winner of prize described will be
il led by blindlold drawing and will be
promptly notified by mail. The seven day
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must be taken within one year ol notifica-
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option of the Cunard Line. Ltd.
7. Sweepstakes is open to residents of the
States of the United States except in Wis-
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excepted are employees and the families
of the employees of Gerber Cheese Co.
Inc., its affiliates, us advertising agencies,
the judging stall and their families. Resi-
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8. Any liability lor lederal. state and local
taxes will be the responsibility ot the
winner.


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+Je*istinor*te*n
Friday. November 13, I97Q
AJCongress Book Reviews Scheduled
=1 """t';"" 1
iiwu.iHu..'.
Tcitlebaum's Window." by Wal-
lace Markfield will be reviewed:
by Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David Congregation at the next
r meeting of the Miami-
Coral Gables Chapter of American
h Congress Thursday. Nov.
19. at 12:30 p.m. in the Social Hall
th David Congregation. 2625
SW 3rd Ave. The public is cor-
to attend.
: '-. tnor of Jewish B-k M nth
ind the Estate," by
Bashevh Stw? r Krtil be re-
I by M"s. Helen Voice for
the J) I '' I
: ". ish C ngn ss at its eve-
ning meeting Thursday. Nov. 19.
at T :30 p.m. in the Tower. 1750 NE
191st St. North Miami Beach. Mrs.
Samuel Cantor is president.
The Louise Wise Chapter of [
American Jewish Congress will,
hold a regular meeting Thursday,
Nov. 19. at 11:45 a.m. in the Al-
" lotel. A 'News Broadcast of
American Jewish Congress 1970
Biennial Convention, .Washington,
D.C." will be presented to the
by isabelle Slavitt. M in
: Edith Fisher' Motile SfiuT
I M I Ired Giventer. Snack
lunch is available.
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SI'RPRISE!
Mrs. Sidney Tragash was honored at a sur-
prise 50th birthday cocktail and dinner party
hosted by her husband, her parents, Mr. and
Max Watnick, and her two sons. Ken w
Pre-Vet student at University of Florida .mil
Harold, i Miami Beach High School Junior. The
dinner was entered by Ken and Harold at their
Miami B-ach home. Mrs. Tragash is th >residi nl
ui Die tUlii ii- Culteii Ladies Auxiliarj JAVA".
N i. 723.
ALUMS GET A PLAQIT.
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami
have received a plaque in recognition of their
outstanding efforts and support on behalf of Th
Children's Center for emotionally disturbed, Bjbbi
Ann Ossip reports. The plaque was presented to
the group by Dr. Bettina Sheffey, director of The
Children's Center, on behalf of the Center's Board
of Directors. The alumnae have presented over
83,000 in scholarships to The Center representing
the proceeds from their annual dessert and fash-
ion show.
A "CAB POOL" PARTY
It wasn't for kids either! Ethel (Mrs. Morris"
Berman had a tea for the gals" she had been in
car pools with. There were teachers from He-
brew Academy, Brownsville. Nautilus Junior
High. Carver Junior High and Miami Dade Jun-
ior College. They talked straight through from
2:30 until 5 p.m.
Among the hostess" prized possessions is a
huge coffee table that whirls around like a lazy
susan. It was filled with tea-time dainties. The
table whirled but the conversation never slack-
ened. Students, principals and parents-your ears
must have been burning! (All complimentary
things of course!i Among the guests were. Mrs,
Harry B. Hirsch, Mis. Joseph Hamburger. Mrs.
Josephine C. Damler and Mrs. Peter Mendoza.
THEY HAD A (iOOD TIMF.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Goldberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Mischon. the Harry Segals and
a lot of other people had a ball, in Freeport at
the Kings Inn. There was nothing in particular
that caused them to have an extra good time; it
was just one of those things. Ruth Gewitz even,
wrote a poem to the Segals who were celebrating
their anniversary at the same time.
WESTVIEW COl'XTRY CUB'S LITTLE CLUB
It was a pleasant evening as always at West-
view's intimate Little Club. Good music, good
aces .
food and interesting company in a qui.-t atmos.
phere. not a mob scene. Reservations are re-
stricted to those who get them in first.
jeen were Mr. and Mrs. Baron de
Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Matz. M
Fred 5. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Taj
and Mrs. Harry Mulson and Mrs. Lai
I ei :
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON'
Sue Stevens, looking shipper, was
at th.- Super Market oi\ Miami Be:
mother. Sue looked as if she had enouj
cries to last her mother through three hut
. Mrs. William Wcintruub and Mrs, S
man came out of a delicatessen on 41st Si
talking like mad. Priva was telling about her
son, who came home from a summer av
school with wonderful ideas on journalist
is now in charge of editorial;-, for the Miami Beach
Hi^h School paper. (She and Sol have thre
children. > Poor Miriam didn't get a chai
talk: her parking meter flag was up S
(Mrs. Harold' Spaet aiso came along. Sh. fc< i
lovely.
A REAL SWINGING EVENING
It was quite a thrill when so many of the
Rabinowitz at the most successful Israel Bond
friends, turned out to honor Morris and Laura
Rabbinowitz at the most successful Israel Bond
dinner and dance of Beth David Congregation to
date, held at the Fontainebleau Hotel recently.
One ol the highlights, a touching moment in
the real swinging evening, was the lighting of the
Menorah by daughter and son-in-law. R
and Stephen Toback, (president of the B'th
David Young Weds > and daughter Janet S e
Florida's "Student Nurse of the Yeai Z de
Jacob Rabinowitz. who is recuperating in the
hospital, got a full report, of corns,', and
tape on which the beautiful even in
Morris' outstanding "response." was rec
ALUMNI INVITED
Alexander Aldrich. president of thr B
Center of Long Island University, was ent
at a recent reception in the North Baj R iad
>: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
met with about 30 of the university's alumni who
are now living in the Greater Miami are I, He
shared the latest academic developments and
campus expansion with tiie group and
the projects scheduled for the immediate future.
4-rance aLc/imoii
NU" I

Cultural Arts For Grades 4,5 And 6
A new Cultural Aits program for
fourth, fifth and sixth grade girls
will begin at 3:45 p.m. Wednes-
day, at Temple Emanu-EI. 1701
Washington Ave.. in response to
popular demand from parents.
The aim of thus program is to
provide wholesome resreational ac-
tivity for the students and teach
them the proper method of pre-
paring for festivals. It will include:
Jewish cooking, table settings, Is-
raeli singing and dancing, folk
dancing, need'enoint, guitar les-
sons, and movies.
Mrs. Doris Gorn,
the Emanu-EI Religious 5
ulty. will serve is Supen isor; M
Harold J. Brooks and Mrs. Ci
belt Kollin will act as i
of the program, which
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Friday, November 13. 1970
+Je*lst Fieri dinr
Page 9*
STtfflK. SAMITH
Corinthian Social Club
Installing Officers
The Honorable Judge Jason M.
Berkman will preside at the in
stailation of officers to be held
by the Corinthian Social Club. 5825
Collins Aye., Miami Beach. Sunday,
Nov. 22. at 11 a.m.
The officers to be installed in-
clude Sidney Raffe!. president: Si-
mon Rubin. Dick Kad'-sh and Leon
SragO vice presidents; William
F,"iner. treasurer; Rose Kadish, fi-
n mcial s-ecretary: Bess Rozen and
- \ i,i Fi Iner recording secretar-
i <. and Dorothy Rothman. social
etary.
Steffi Samith And
Arthur Berkoivitz
Plan To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Samith of Re-
seda Ca'if. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Steffi Rise,
to Arthur Lee Berkowitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz. 4420
Toledo St.. Coral Gables.
The bride-elect graduated in
1967, with honors fn>m Groverl
Cleveland High School and at-
1 Pierre Colleg" in Wood-
'and Hills. She is a life member j
and former vice president of the I
Ca'lfornia Scholarship Federation. I
and holds a California Stale medal
in speech. She plans a career in I
speech therapy, but presently is '
employed as a secretary to the I
vice president of Beneficial Stand \
ard Properties. Inc., an affiliate of j
the Beneficial Standard Life In-1
surance Company.
The prospective bridegroom |
graduated from Coral Gables High t
School in 1966, and the Univer-
sity of Southern California this |
year. He majored in Finance and;
minored in Accounting.
While studying there he was a
member of the Dean's Advisory
Council, a Student Body Officer,
a member of Sigma Alpha Mm fra-
ternity and president of Young
Republicans. At the present time
he is Southern California Student
Coordinator for Gov. Ronald Rea-
gan.
The wedding is scheduled to
take place in Feburary,
The lone male attending the paid up mem-
bership luncheon of the B'nai B'rith Women
Freedom Chapter, at the Cadillac Hotel was
guest speaker, E. Albert Pallot, national
chairman of the Community and Veterans
Services Commission of B'nai B'rith. He is
seated with Mrs. Fred Berger, Mr*. Rhea
Goldfarb, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot and Mrs.
Gene Abrams.Mrs. David Cohen, Mrs. Don-
ald Jarrett, Marcella Aitken, Mrs, Edele Arno
and Mrs. Samuel Epstein are standing.
Sloans Announcing i Story Hour Added By Beth Sholom
Mindy'g Engagement
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Mr. and Mrs. Theo 8510 SW 20th St., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Mindy Gayle. to Robert Mark
Maizel, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Macklen Maizel, 5811 SW 13th St.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Coral Park Senior High
School, has attended Miami-Dade
Junior College. Her fiance also is
a graduate of Miami Coral Park
Senior High School. He graduated
from Miami-Dade Junior College
before enrolling as an Accounting
major at the University of Miami,
where he is presently in his senior
year. He is a member of Delta
Sigma Pi business fraternity there,
and expects to graduate in January
The couple has set Aug. 8 a'
their wedd'ng date.
The Library at Temple Beth
Sholom has added a new feature
to its program -a story hour for
children on various grade levels.
At a recent session, Mrs. Celia
Huber. librarian, held first graders
Barry Belcnke, Robert Conviser,
Yclanda Diego. Stephanie Gaynor,
Mindi Gordon. Robert Jaffe, Julie
Kramer, Carole Mciselman, Sam-
uel Schafer and Carol Weinstein
spellbound with the assistance o
Paula Fried and Donna Nevel.
Mrs. Meyer Kotler is president
of the Sisterhood, which sponsors
the library at Beth Sholom. Mrs.
Joseph Nevel is library chairman.
Dr. Leon Kronish is spiritual lead-
er of the congregation.
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9>Jeistifk)ridri Champagne Dinner-Dance Benefits Sunrise School
..........i____ inA Murserv. Inc.. one
A gala champagne dinner dance
will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in
the Officers Club at Homestead
AFB to benefit the retarded chil-
dren of Sunrise School, it has been
announced. Larry King will serve
as emcee for the event.
The school, formerly known as
the F.xcentional Children's Horn"
and Nursery, Inc.. once was able ]
to provide only custodial care. ,
Now however, programs have :
been Inaugurated providing educa- I
tion, psychology, speech therapy,
physical training and behavioral
training. Sunrise is a non-profH
organization, but no child is ever
Fumed away.
Friday, November 13, 1970
Forty-Niners Hear Report
The Forty-Niners of Tempi,.
Emanu-El will hold their monthlv
meeting Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. jn
Sirkin Kill, Irving Schatzman,
president, has announced. A report
on the Simchas Torah Banqi
Simon Berstein. chairman, wi'l be
featured. Hostess will be Mrs
ry, ..-lotto Frankcl.
When Aviva Hadassah Group
v.-iicved n the Fill season with a
.. Girl" dinner dance ;*t the Dor-
i c ,-n":\ Club recently, its pres-
-,;. Mrs. Morton Getz, was ele-
._ ,.| in hoi azure bllue and white
l .,.. less and backless bo-
1' ., i was high, and
>css and backless bro-
s | .vocal with crossed
to (lie '
Sidne; chairman
I lh0 ,.. e a full sleeved
.. ,v ;:. J >wi le I daisies
c scaded from the collar to the
md I her wrists.
I chairm n, Mrs. Jules Minkes
g ipd ,, ; n- ensemble. Her
: silk pan* 're worn with a
silk nil fled blouse which was
i | ,1 with a tunic length sleeve-
]. -s |acke1 brocaded with silver
magenta on bl tck. Mrs. Blair
tt was responsible for the
glamorous Bal-Masque decor. Her
white laee rants ensemble tea-
It red a double breasted jacket and
( ..... alive see-thrOUgh pants.
.Mrs. Martin Hochman chose a
< phlsticated one-piece pants out-
t Hei metallic fabric was woven
Into \ paisley motif of gold, green
and shocking pink. It was sleeve-
l, ... ha i a deep-plunged dec illete
neckline, jeweled Insert at the
as list, and pantaloon harem pants.
a bvonzc silver metallic scroll
ii over i was th
l. ..! m s en on Mrs. Leonard
Herman. He*r dress had a plung-
ing i i sleeves
and an A-lln skirl which ended
at the knees.
A one-; ngora maxl
d ess with tii Is, fitted
1, ng slei in tice treat-
j ent t the neckline combined for
the high-fashion look for Mr-. Mor-
ris Herman. Mrs. Richard Morton
B] kli d In a matel isse ice-pink
t: nic top. It had a jewel coll ir
a d buttons "! was worn over
S ':- satin pal
.;><. Howard Trlnz topped her
bl ick and white geometric printed
, ,- :. skirl woo a hi r, black
long-sleeved blouse and softlj tied
o\ Mrs. Norman Silvermar
v .s another wh i chose black and
v lit for to evening. She topped
h r black satin pants and slim
strapped bodice with a white
fringed satin stole. Mrs.Leonard
ZMuia's chiffon lump suit was In i
g laxy of colors. Her neckline wa'
s. ftly draped and the empire waisl
]i- e detailed with Jewels.
Mr-. Bernard Maniiler's purple
v. ol max! had lone-fitted slews.
B helled waist and high neckline.
1 Mrs. Ronald Korschun wore a
white embossed satin gown with
sequined Bhoulder straps. Mrs.
Maxwell Fox was in a crepe jump
suit Bottle green, gold, and par-
pie were predominating colors.
The tunic top and pants was the
combination chosen by Mrs. Nor-
man Frisch. ( harcoal black and
gold combined in a fleur-de-1
tern which was woven over-all;
metallic gold and I ugle beads were
encrusted around the neckline and
cuffs.
Retail Federation Eleets
The Florida Retail Federation
.has elected Richard W. McEwen,
executive vice president of Bur-
dine's as its president lor the com-
ing year. Ho is the first Miami-
based executive elected to head
the F< deration, which was i'ormei
in 19o7 and has more than 550
corporate members representing
I some 10,000 stores throughout the
' state. The Federation, with head-
I quarters in Jacksonville, acts as
the trade association and public
! relations spokesman for the retail
industry in Florida.
Philip Weiss, owner and op-
erator of the Royal Hungarian
i Kosher Restaurant, will reopen
i he restaurant for its 25th con-
secutive year at 4 p.m. on
Thanksgiving Day. The Royal
'-lungarian is located at 731
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Heinz Vegetarian Beans
So easy to prepare!
So good to eat!
So! What are you waiting for?
IwinzI
On thefont of the label is the seal of approval of THE UNION
OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


FREE
lust send your name and address
with inner '"ietH from Instant
Yuban jar or small snip from
plastic lid of Tpfcon Coffee can
to: jot;
YHBAN
P.O. Box 3700
Grand Central Station
Nf-YorklM.Y. 10017
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Sunshine Krispy
unsajtod tops.
double good
because they re
double crisp
and strictly
Kosher-Parve
K on the package means Kosher
RS means Rabbinical Supervision
We wrap each stack in wax paper and then pack them all in our reclosable
stay-krisp plastic bag. That's for double crispiness, double goodness. That's
Krispy. It's nice to know that old friends are better than ever.
The freshest ideas keep coming from Sunshine.


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Friday, November 13. 1970
+Jenisti nkrSdlian
Page 11-3
Miami Happenings
Barslwra <:arfunUel of the
Miami Dwto Junior t olleKe
^ulty was the recipient of
double honors in Minneapolis,
!,, she was one of four win-
ners 0f the Distinguished Adviser
Vward presented by the Nation-
;d C mcil of College Publica-
tions Advisers. Miss Garfunkel
as named "1970 Distinguished
Newspaper Adviser, Two-Year
Colleges." The Falcon Times,
North CampUS newspaper, was
:!,(! the Pacemaker Award
the Associated Collegiate
Press,
A new S-vvcck session of day-
I evening classes will be-
gin ili> week of Nov. 16 at the
Grove House School of Arts
and (tails. Students may study
ceramics, Chinese brush paint- \
coupage, drawing, mac- I
Hi ,iI- point, papier mache.
raphy, rug making, sculp-
,;i.-Ii. iy and welding. I
classes are offeied by 1
(.i^i Vremesoo, Juan C. Gomes, j
Jean Harris and Komiiiii McAl-
lister. Saturday classes for child-
scheduled as well as a
: i. afternoon painting
>r teens. The craft In-
- at Grove House include
iis;m Berke, Mr. and Mrs.
(how, Virginia Davis, lluuli Du-
iiniiii. Carole Garrison, Milton
l.i, h.i in.in, Magda le Moreno,
M Oline, Rhoda Remer, Laura
Schwartz, Sol Weinatoek, Jayne,
Wells Ed Weyhe. The Grove
I nl Arts and Crafts
affiliate, the Grove
irki tplace, is a charter-
ed i profit organization dedi-
assisting Florida artists

A new, free, weekly class in
Public Speaking will be con-
ducted at the Ida M. Fisher
Community School, 1424 Drexel
Avc, each Thursday from 6 to
9 p.m. by Barney Jj^rnblatt. A
free class in Handwriting Im-
provement will \ be held there
e\ cry Wednesday from 6 to 7
p.m. with Sally Eisman as in-
structor.
Palm Beach County Juvenile
and Domestic Relations Court
Judge Lew in Kapner is one of 20
South Florida County and Ju-
venile .Indues who will take part
in an Institute on Retardation.
Tuesday at Sunland Training
Center in Opa-Locka.
Or. Sidney -I. I-crncr, 1210
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
attended a three-day clinical
seminar at the Pennsylvania
College of Podtatrle Medicine in
Philadelphia, Pa., recently. The
program this year was devoted
to office surg v\.
Lawrence Wllkov, the general
111:1" >,r,.|. of The llpinisii'iesrs
in Hallandale, gave all the chil-
dren in the building under the
ni it free tickets to the
circus sponsored by the Hallan-
dale Lions Chlb last week.
Thi Board of Directors of Jef-
l'-siin National Bank of Miami
Beach have elected Michael M.
Colettl to ;'..' i isition of senior
vice pie-: lent of the bank. Mr.
t 'ill n ,'s responsibilil ies \'. id be
r ,n ned with th i leading func-
tion of the bulk.
Leo Steinmaii Is
Riverside Exec.
Leonard Zilbert, vice president
of Riverside Memorial Chapels of
Florida, has announced Loo Stein-
I man's association with the firm as
an executive,
Mr. Steinman. a South Florida
resident for more than 31 years, j
has played an important role in J
community affairs. A former man- ,
Bger of the Miami Beach Better
| Business Bureau, ho is a vice
president of the local "Kmploy the
Handicapped" organization, and
won the 1963 Outstanding Citizen
of Dado County award, and this
I year's award as Outstanding Com- j
| munity Volunteer.
Mr. Steinman has served as na-
, tional commissioner of Community ,
and Veterans Service of B'nai j
' B'rith, is on the board of directors
Of the Jewish Home for the Aged
Men's Club, Hope School, Variety
Club, Operation Self Help, the Big
i Brothers, and the Miami Show-
men's Association.
Vanocur Views
Political Scene
"President Nixon based this last
political campaign on the fears of
the American people and not on
their hopes," said Sander Vanocur,
NBC-TV news commentator.
Mr. Vanocuc who spoke this,
week at "Second Tuesdav," a com-
munity-w icft^educTTtion day sporr^
sored by the Women's Division of1
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-'
ation, asserted that the Nixon'
style was "an attempt to capital-,
ize politically on such issues as
crime in the streets, drugs, student j
unrest.
More than 1.000 women attend-,
ed morning seminars where they
were shown an original film pres-
entation called "Images" and dis-,
cussed positive approaches to the ,
common problems facing world
Jewry.
According to Vanocur's capsule
political outlook for 1972, Sen. F.d-
mund Muskie "is the leading Dem-
ocratic presidential candidate, but
will have a tough time in the pri-
maries with Sen. George McGov-
ern."
Sen. Edward Kennedy: "If I
know the Kennedy family. Sen.
Kennedy will be a candidate in
1972. And if either Muskie or Mc-
Govern falter, we'll hear nuro of
Kennedy by convention time."
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller: "He will
now assert himsell as the leader
of the Republican governors. As
the elder statesman of P. >publl ;an
governors, with the best machine-
ry in the country behind him, Roc-
kefeller can pose a threat to Nix in
in 1972."
Vanocur point 'd in th fad thai
bv the time the 1972 p
conventions incur, the Renublican
David I. Reynolds, executive
ol Hie Metropolitan
ly Transit Authority
:i ,n in I960, has
to i ie boat d ol dir-
s ii Ihi Institute for Ra-
pid Transit, based in Washing-
1C.
fongreiuunan Claude Pepper '
recipient of the II.i-
in Award at a dinner ill
:. Friday, Dee. 11,
Leonard Goldenson, chairman il
ird of United Cerebral
Associations, Inc.. has an-
i ii All proceeds will go
'i United Cerebral Palsy of
Miami.
Hi' I rtian League of Greater '
Miami has si lected Joseph Caleb i
as the recipient of the Annual
Humanitarian Award. It will be
presented at the Urban League's ,
annual bJqual Opportunity Day I
N o\. 21. at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel, Letter Paneoaat
award Committee chairman has
no d.
Magk City Cat Club will
bird annual champ- '
' Show at Miami Beach
Convention Hall Saturday and
s"'! V Judges will be Richard
h,"'i'l'. Robert Smith, Wayne
Park, and Hl-S. Marilyn Cm/.. !
Irs- Susan Saperslein is show |
secretary
SIL Opens 5th Office
When Blscayne Federal Savings
W Loan Association opens its
'"'" office in Midway Mall Shop-
N* Center, West Flaglor Street
*nd the Palmetto Expressway at
0 "ii Monday, K. Albert Pal lot,
president, Vernon Molusky. branch
"Pervisor, Wuuam Auten, man-
*r of the Midway Branch, and
embers of the board will greet
'"'s,s. visitors and opening day
epositors.
Mesivta Of Greater Miami
To Receive Sefer Torah
Mrs. Dlatt
STUDIO OR ONE-BEDROOM
Furnished apartment desired by
pMessional couple for 2 or three
"? '" Bal Harbor, Hollywood
' F- Lauderdale. Write I. S.,
P 2973, Miami 33101.
Mrs. Dorothj Dlatt, act
i in \ arious ch ic .mil re-
itions, will p
a s, fer Torah to the Mesivl i ol
i ir, i tei Miami
Louis Mi
High School In
memory of her
late husband,
Abraham Dlatt.
The pros,illa-
tion of the Sefer
Torah will t ike
place in the Bais
Medrash of the
school, 1965 Al-
ton P.d., Miami
!', ich, Sunday.
Nov. 22, at 10:30
a.m.
The Mesivta Senior High Sen ol
is the only Yoshiva High School in
the s Mithe stern region of the
United States offering an inl -
Hebrew curriculum with a gen-
eral studies educational pro tram
accord.;. to M ises M. Orui, Iwerg,
president of the school,
The leading spirit
the community will pa '
special "Ch is in Torah '
All tenth, el iveifth
grade students will es< irl tl
Sefer Torah to its
the Ark of the Bais I d h where
the students meet d li'.y tor pi 5 ''
and Torah study,
Rabbi Uerel Wein. Chairman ol
the Hebrew faculty nd spiritual
leader of Beth Israel Congregation
will be chairman and conduct the
ceremony. Also participating in
the morning's event will be Rabbi
Alexander s. Cross, principal; Rab-
bi Abraham Groner and Rabbi
Milton Simon, Roshcy Yeshiva of
the Mesivta,
Mrs. D'.att, a resident of Miami
for the past 30 years, is formerly
Of Brooklyn. X.Y. She and her
late husband have been known
throughout the Jewish world for
their philanthropy and activ
rieering and all communal life. The
Sefer Torah will also bear the
memory of Mrs. Dlatt's parents.
National Committee will have $30
million in its campaign chest, Com-
pared to the Democrats who ;. e
$9 million in debt. "Tins poses i
serious threat to the twoftarty
system," be said. "I bolievfthal
the lack of funds will force the
DomncnithTpTcJlHBFITial candidate,
whether it bo Muskie or someone
else, to run a campaign based in
'iion-ch.insma.' "
According to Mr. Vanocur, ties
last election proved again that the
American people have not lost
their faith. He began and ended
his speech with three words quot' 1
from Winston Churchill. "Tn -!
the people."
The Women s Division of t te
Greater Miami Jewish Federatii .
under the leadership of Mrs. Bur-
ton Levy, president, received the
plaudits of many of Federal we -
Hoard members, including Milton
Weiss. Federation president. i
attended both the unique film pi -
entation and the luncheon.
Chairman of the day for "Si
ond Tuesdav"' was Mrs. Mike Sut I-
berg; committee chairmen I -
eluded Mrs. Herbert Mathes. pi >-
gram: Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mi-.
Sherman Kaplan, Arrangements:
Mrs. Harrv B. Smith and Mrs. S
Landau, Visual Presentati in: Mi s.
Michai l Pasc d and Mrs. Ha
Roloff, Invitations & Decorations
Mrs. Robet t Pers mi
Mrs. Fred Sin ;er, Seatins;: Mi
i: iward Trinz, Comm mity Orgi i
nations; Mt i. In ing Wexler, M -
ei ators: Mrs. Rob rt Form n. R
ei \ iti in i; Mi Man in S ickn '.
Mailing; Mrs. David S ns, P
"icily: and Mrs. Donald Left i,
11 :ora( inns.
Mrs. Rhea Davidson To
Be Recipient Of Award
Mr. and Mrs, L .uis Hlllvitch.
Mrs. Dlatl holds office and is
ictive H ew Ac idemy Women,
Mesi\ i Vi Mien, Lubavitchei
Movement, Mizrachl Women. Pio-
neer Women, Jewish War Vet-
erans, Bonds for Israel and Young
Israel of Greater Miami.
The Inaugural Sister Si Ima
Meyer Award dinner in the Na-
i i n: Room of the Deauville Ho-
tel on Thursday, Nov. 19, will ben-
efit the Shaare Zedek Hospital of
Jerusalem, the oldest hospital in
:-. u-i.
Guest of honor will be Mrs. Rhea
Davidson of Miami Beach and
New York City, who has been
nominated t" receive the first
Schwcster (Sister) Selma Award,
named after one of the oldest
[-.ni icing nurses in the world,
n >w in her Stith year.
Shaare Zedek Hospital was foun-
ded in 1873 by a group of German
and Dutch philanthropists. Schwcs-
ter came to the hospital from her
native Germany to continue her
nursing career in 1902.
Her selflessness, her devotion
to duty and her humanity have
earned her the title of "The Flor-
ence Nightingale Of Israel," and il
is especially fitting that the din-
ner be given on the laiith anni-
versary of the birth of Florence
Night ingale.
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Id in Li Ichi .
were to entertain friends at th r
home .it 12855 Cyprus Rd., North
Miami, on behali of Shaare Z di s
Hospital in Jerusalem Thursd
evening, showing slides Irom Is-
rael, narrated by Henry Kramui
National Photographer for th
' Jewish War Veterans, and Artln
Stein, National Liaison Officer I I
the State of Israel War Veter -
League.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome BieiV
fcld hosted a private gathering
their home on behalf of the Shaa
Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem We i-
nesdav evening. Mr. and Mrs, B
enfeld have long been interested ri
the hospital, and the work it do s
for the residents of the Holy City.
Their daughter I.on,ire spent I-'
summer as a volunteer at the h --
pital.
I ocal nfffices for the S iuI I
Region of the American Commit-
tee for Shaare Zoddk Hospital
Jerusalem are at B05 Lincoln R
Miami l'n ach .
VALERIE ANX1S
Valerie Annis To Wed
Jerrold M. Hornstein
Mrs. Joseph Adler of Hallandale
announces the engagement of her
daughter, Valerie Ceil Annis, to
Jerrold Mark Hornstein, the son
ol Mr and Mrs. Frank Hornstein.
1815 NI-: lSiith St., North Miami
Beach.
After their marriage Dec. 20.
the couple plans to make their
home in Atlanta. Ga.. while they
complete their education. Valerie
will lie a senior at Georgia State
University, Jerry is entering his
si nior year at Georgia Tech.
Chartered buses carrying prospective buyers leaye Miami
each week for Century Village, an adult country club com-
munity which sold 622 units in the 12 month period ending
July 1. Condominium apartments include two-story garden
type and luxury lake-front facilities in the threeMtory build-
ing eguipped with an elevator. Buildings range in size from
26 to 42 units, and the complex is eguipped wijtri a multi-
million dollar community center and many recreational
facilities. The Village operates its own bus to West Palm
Beach on a four-trip-a-day basis.


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Friday, November 13, 197<-
Where can you buy
a condominium for just $10,99u
and enjoy country club estate living?
Only at Century Village!
The moment you take ownership of a condominium at Century Village,
you have full and immediate use of our multi-million dollar Clubhouse, hub of
Century Village activities.
The country club style of living we offer you includes: a 650-acre tropical
estatei 1,000-seat entertainment auditorium / library / sewing center / woodcrafts
room beauty salon I banquet room I coffee shop saunas for men and
women parties, dances, bingo games. lakes for fishing and boating / picnic
island with barbecue pits / tours, trips and other travel activities / three minutes
from the famous Palm Beach Mall.
And a Century Village condominium is so easy to own. Garden-type apartments
from just Si 0,990, or lakefront apartments from $18,990. With a small down
payment your monthly payments, including principal, interest, taxes and
maintenance start at just $109. (AM apartments include wall-to-wall carpeting,
all-electric kitchens, individually-controlled air-conditioning and heat.)
Century Village is long on enjoyment and short on price. So, visit us today, and
see Century Villagers enjoying the country-club life. Take Florida's Turnpike
Exit 9. We're on Okeechobee Boulevard just east of the exit.
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WILLIAM BLE< IIMAN
lliam Jay, the son of Mr. and
aid R. BFchman. wil'
his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
ning, Nov. 14. at Temple
,1 Greater Miami. A Be-
am! dinner will be given

honor Saturday ivcning.
Arch Creek Dr.. North Miami, wil'.
")e Bar Mil svah.
Hilliard, a student at North Mi-
ami Junior High School and Net
Tamid Religious School, is a mem-
ber of the Museum of Science.
Two Outstanding Hadassah
Events Scheduled Nov. 16
Jonathan Groyson Marlon Bailey
rsP*
Eric Guthmann Konald Friedman
Kiddush tollpwiiie tlv >jer\
ces and a'r eep"ion' at nomc wil'
..-> >M :-m:m. arrd Mrs. Ru;i<4
| in Kl'.liard's honor.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. L. J. Leed-i of New York
I City. ;ind big aunt. Mrs. A. Bud-
I nick, of Atlanta, Ga.
JONATHAN GRAYSON
Jonathan Blalr, s m of Mr. an,'
M's. Herman Gravson of Surfsido
wi'l become a Bar Mitzvah a'
Temple Menorah, Saturday morn-
ing. Nov. 14.
Jonathan, an eighth grade stll-
Mrs. Max N. Matzkin, of Water-
bury Conn., national Zionist Af-
fairs chairman of Hadassah and a
member of its national beard and
executive committee, will be the
guest speaker at Monday's 10 a.m.
board meeting of the Miami Beach
Chapter in the Algiers Hotels
Mrs. Matikin. a foruicrffvJce
day at 1:30 p.m. in the Algiers
Hot I. Mr. King will n view th
bo k "Mr. Sammler's Planet," by
Saul Billow. Proceeds ol the book
review are earmarked for Hadas-
sah Israel Education Servii -
The Sophie Tucker Group of
Hadassah will have a gourmet
smorgasbord fnr psfrrt-'ir and pros-
ipOnSQJj the Cneg Sl.abhnt follow-
U SSeTE Mrs. Hen Fisher and m7s. Uhe WoSR Zionist Organs- ^-fW *re- **?
o..th r*...ti,mnnn u-iil henrosent to 'tii.ni has also been president of Feinbere is presuient cf the gtou
Ruth Guthmann will be present to
share in the festivities.
Billy, an eighth grade student
N stilus Junior High School
id i member of the cabinet of
[. si I' nt Council, is the grand-
ol Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Green-
busi and Mrs. Herman Ausubel
Miami Beach.
FAITH FRIEDEL
b'aitr. has attended Beth Torah's
nald Friedel. 17801 NE 9th Ct,
nth Miami Beach, will become
t Mitzvah Friday evening, Nov.
at Heth 1'orah Congregation,
e will receive a bible on behalf
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood.
Faith has attended Beth Torahs
bri w School for four years and
in the eighth grade at John F.
i Hadassah's Connecticut Region
and the Waterbury Chapter and
now serves as Hadassah's repre-
sentative to the Conference of
; Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations and the
; American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry. She is also a mem-
ber of the America-Israel Public
Affairs Committee.
Mrs. Mat/kin attended the 23rd,
25th, liiith and 27th sessions of the
; World Zionist Congress in Jerusa-
lem as a Hadassah delegate. At
I the 27th Congress, she seised as
chairman of the Commission
Sales To Benefit
Ida Fisher School
A large selection of holiday gifts
will be available l>< fore, during
and after the monthly meeting of
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School PTA Thursday. Nov. 19. at
8 p.m., and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday. Proceeds are earmarked
for the school's air-conditioning
fund.
The air-conditioning fund will
also benefit from the School Yard Immigration and Absorption.
Sale in the patio Tuesday, Nov. 24. The Chapter's first book review*)
All donations for this 2-10 p.m. j of the season will be given by the
school yard sale of old and new well-known colomnist and radio
items will be gratefully accepted. ; TV personality Larry King Mon- Chabner is president.
Donations may be brought to the
school in person, or a pickup may
be arranged by calling Mrs. Sylvan
Meyer or Mrs. Harold Neinken.
The Triton Towers Group will
hold its paid-up membership meet-
ing Tuesday noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Musical entertainment will
be provided by vocalist Joyce
Farber. Mrs. Henry Landers is
pr si,lent.
The Royal Maccabees GroU|
will meet i:i the Miami Bea< hi
eral at 8th Street and Washington
Avenue Mondav at 7 p.m. Mrs.
Gus Mentz will be guest speaker.
President is Mis. Samuel Haber.
A new movie about Hadassah
will be shown at the 8 p.m. meet-
on i ing of the I. R. Goodman B&P
Group in the Miami Beach Federal
at 8th Street and Washington
Avenue Wednesday. Members and
friends are invited. Mrs. Lillian
Wayne Hollo William Bleehman
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School, is a Star Scout and excels
in swimming.
Coming to help celebrate the
occasion will be his aunts, Mrs.
Robert Glazier of Chicago, and
Mrs. Merle Davis of New Bruns-
wick. N.J.
Thanksgiving Feasts
Offered By Mada'n
Mada'n Kosher Food is offering
a featured menu for Thanksgiving.
All Mada'n products are certified
Kosher by the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America.
Mada'n will deliver a gourmet
feast, including Fruit Supreme.
Turkey Gumbo Soup. Peas with
Tiny Onions. Candied Sweet Pota-
Mrs. Arthur Brown To Be Installed As
National Women's League Of USA V-P
foith Friedel
Giselo Terrier
GISELA TERNER
Gisela is an eighth grade stu-
Mrs. Luis Terner, will become Bat
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah. Fri-
day evening. Nov. 13.
Gisela iis an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School and belongs to its Dance I
Club. She also serves as a cheer- j L^^J FUlIlS Scheduled
Mrs. Arthur Jack Brown imme-1 Movement with a
diate past president of the Florida j excess of 2
Branch of National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of America, will be the first mem-
ber of the Florida Branch to be
installed as a national vice pres-
ident of the organization during
its Biennial Convention, which be-
gins Sunday in Kiamesha Lake.
N.Y.
The Florida Branch is comprised
toes. Roast Turkey with Chestnut j 0f 29 Sisterhoods throughout the
Dressing. Giblet Gravy and Cran-
berry Sauce, Dinner Rolls and
Pumpkin Pie to your dcor on
Thanksgiving Day. (No West
Coast orders will be accepted after
Nov. 23.'
State of Florida and Puerto Rico.
National Women's League is t1*-
* 'i- r:t organization of over 800
Sisterhoods in the Conservative
membership in
in the United
States. Canada, Mexico and Is-
rael.
Mrs. Brown has served as an
executive of many communal and
synagogue organizations for the
past 20 years. She is presently a
member of the North Dade Area
Board of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and a member of its
Speakers Bureau. She serves on
the Executive Council of the South-
east Region of United Synagogue
of America and is chairman of the
Adult Education program of Beth
Torah Congregation.
leader for
Club.
the Nor-Isle Optimists
ly Junior High School. She
twirls with the Warriors for North
Miami Beach and has won many
trophies.
A reception In Faith's honor
will be held Saturday evening at
Miami Lakes Country Club for all
her frit nds.
MARLON BAILEY
Marlon Jeffrey, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Bailey. 5020 SW
65th Ave.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Dnvid Congregation
Saturday. Nov. 14.
Marlon is a student at South
Miami Junior High School, where
he is in the eighth grade, and is
in Hebrew Grade 5 at Beth David
Religious School:
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will host a
congregational Kiddush luncheon
, in their son's honor and a dinner-
I reception at the Fden Roc Hotel.
RONALD FRIEDMAN
Ronald, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Friedman, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Nov. 14, at Congregation B'nai
Rapha.!.
Ronald has attended B'nai
Raphael Religious School for five
years, and attends Norland Junior i Among the honored guests will
ligh, where he is in the eighthI be the celebrant's grandparents,
grade. A member of Boy Scout Mr. and Mrs. Max Jaffe of St.
Troop 402, he has attained the rank j Augustine, and Mrs. A. Bailey of
of First class Scout and is the i Atlanta. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Silver and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Cole of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Jaffe of Jacksonville.
Now showing in the Carib, Mi-
ami. Miracle, Palm Springs, 163rd
Street and 27th Avenue Drive-In
Theatres is "Colossus." "Adam at
6 a.m.'" will open Friday at May-
fair. Sunset and Normandy; the
Florida. Miami. Dixie, Lc Jeune,
Coral Way and North Dade Drive-
in Theatres have scheduled a triple
horror bill for Frightday the 13th'
"The Vampire Lovers" "Scream
and Scream Again" and "The Dun-
wich Horror.' Holdovers include
"Lovers and Other Strangers"
Patio. Twin I and Carlyle; "Fan-
tasia" -Twin II Dadeland; "Joe"
Byron; "War and Peace," Parti
- -Parkway.
2 Anniversaries Marked At
Famous Restaurant Opening
IS
recipient of the Nir Talmud
Award, the highest religious award
i'i Scorning. Ronald is also a mem-
Mr of the U.S.Y. at Congregation
'nai Raphael.
A rioption in Ronald's honor
STEVEN
Saturday, Nov.
BAY
14, at
Beth
U'U lx held at the Algiers Hotel! Torah Congregation. North Miami
2,500 Persons Expected
More than 2.500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the local celebra-
tion marking the 127th anniver-
sary of International B'nai B'rith
Sunday. Nov. 22. at 7:30 p.m. in
the Deauville Hotel, according to
Bert Brown, president of B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida
Lodges. Some 48 lodges and 24
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters
will participate in the festivities.
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 15. Out of
s will include Mr. and
ton Friedman of Union,
Jersey.
Mrs.
New
WAYNE HOLLO
Wayne Russell, son of Mr. and
*s. Ted Hollo, will become Bar
ii'Aah on Saturday. Nov. 14.
arTemple Emanu-El, Dr. Irving
^tim'.an will officiate at the sen -
ces.
...W,a-Vn'' attends Nautilus Junior
"^"School, where he is in the
gnth grade and is an active
|!*"*er of the Junior U.S.Y. at
empl(. Emanu-El.
HILLIARD BIDD
i Saturday morning, Nov. 14, in
T?~m-.a'.n sanc,uary of Temple Ner
Beach. Steven, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Bay. will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing the morning worship services.
JAMES Rl'DNK'K
Janus, the son of Mr. anil Mrs.
Bernard Rudnick, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday, Nov. 14,
during the worship services con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Lipschitz.
ERIC GUTHMANN
Eric, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward I. Guthmann, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth El Sat-
urday, Nov. 14. conducting the
worship service and reading from
the Torah.
Eric is a student at the Lear
School, where he is in the eighth
The Nov. 19 opening this year of
the Famous Restaurant marks the
J5th anniversary of this Miami
Beach landmark's continuous op-
eration. It also marks the 15th
anniversary for Morris Lerner in
the culinary industry.
Mr. Lei ner and his partner. Har-
ry Zuckerman, have completely
remodeled the Famous in a pro-
gram that actually began in June.
1969. The Famous n.w boasts six
separate dining rooms and a new-
cocktail lounge. In addition, kit-
chen capacity has been doubled
and completely new equipment
installed. A kitchen and dining
room staff of 80including seven
chefs collaborate to ensure a
smoothly functioning operation.
"We remodeled the Famous not
to add more seating capacity,
which is now 500. but to provide
more atmosphere and even better
service." said Mr. Lerner and Mr.
Zuckerman The Famous's "fa-
mous" menu contains 44 different
n trees. "All of them are popular,
that's why we offi r them every
night," the partners said.
K
^1. Hilliard Charles, the son of j grade.
and Mrs. Joseph Budd, 2205 The celebrant's parents will
the new formula was as successful
as the old. With his wife. Ruth,
constantly by his side in the busi-
ness, the Famous grew from 110
seats to its present capacity ot
500.
Mr. Lerner introduced dishes to
Miami Beach that were never serv-
ed here before, including Romanian
steak, boiled beef sweet and sour,
chicken blintzes. calf brains,
karnatzlach. smoked duckling,
smoked geese, lungen stew and
others. Even today Mr. Lerner
can cook "anything on the menu."
Mr. Zuckerman joined Mr. Lern-
?r nearly seven years ago. Because
of Mr. Zuckerman's extensive
background in the culinary indus-
try, the association provided great-
er depth to management and en-
sured even finer Qtfti'ity control.
Five years ago Mr. Zuckjerman's
si n. Ira. joined the staff.-He has
performed every chore from dish-
washing to host, and today is
manager of the establishment.
This is only a part of the story
ot the Famous. The other.-part li< s
i:i the countless hours* that Mr.
Li rner. Mr. Zuckcrrqfdj 'and the
ar.<: pre-
Ut foul
available. Thai's wtttPf Famous
has so man;.- repeat nifctorucrs and
why it lias bi en apPSJKceS^'.lil over
fr tlmi
the yi ars.
It is no
worn.
At the front entrance of Flagler
Insurance Agency's new gen-
eral offices, 151 NE 79th St., are
agency president, Don Kaplan,
and secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
Marcelle Kaplan. The new
building covers 3SQQ sc. ft. and
has outside parking for 22 cars
Mr. Lerner built the Famous
immediately, after World War II i staff devote to acq
Ainu he eame to Miami Bi ach be-1 paring the fh* si
cause of his wife's hay fiver. It
was a rough Job, he admits, he-
ause if the scarcity of building
I materials.
The Famous opened with scret n
! loors (no solid doors were avail-
abk I and without air-conditioning.
i hat proved to be no obstacle,
however. A line formed halfway
down Washington Avenue the very!
first day. and that became a trade- I
mark cf the Famous.
Originally, the Famous served
three meals a do.y, but that sche-1
dule, Morris concedes, "was killing
mi," so he switched to dinner only. !
Because he denmndi d the finest I
service and preparation possible, '
taurant is "famou
Miami Bi ach but
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Friday, November 13, 1979
Canada's TLQ' A AJCongress
Racist Organization Survey Shows
Bj MICHAEL M. SOLOMON
Continued from Page IB
Mr. Nessblt's intervention In the
House "i Commons came on the
recedcnted kidnappings neejg 0f a sensational Interview gor voted favorably five times 11 1
B ih Trade Commissioner xviln Uv French Canadians whom unfavorably eight,
mes Ft. Cross in Montreal, Oct. Montreal journalist Pierre Nadeau
1 nd if Labor Minister Pierre La- met on the training grounds in the Despite the sharp st u-nn
i uter by two seper- Jordan desert. The two Quebecers, in the percentaj cisions iav-
tc cells ol U- militanl under- Who had their faces carefully hid- oring the asserted right, the A
,, nd Front lie Liberation ilu ,.,. behind their Arab kaffiahs lean Jewish Congress survey fouiin
stunned and profoundly ail(1 were paring dark glasses, "no break with the predomin itfc
ed Canadian JevWrrah coast na(] their picture published in the libertarian decisions ol t
coast. French weekly "Perspectives," last years."
The subsequent awesome dis' August. Speaking in flawless
covery of Pierre Laporte's tor- French but with Quebec accent.
tured body in the trunk of an tri0 Uv m,. whose nom-de-guerre
. iandoncd car, the same in which were Salem and Salim. told report-
he had boon abducted a week be-
Nadeau that after finishing
lore, aroused the unanimous feel- ,,..,1,,;,,^ they will return to Quo-
ins; of honor and revulsion across 1 b(,c to t.alTV (>ut what they called | gfj'
all sections of the Canadian Jow_; st.i0ctive assassinations."
At tin game time however, the
study noted that "with the resig-
nation of Chief Justice Warren
and Justice Fortas and the ap-
pointment of Chief Justice Bur-
the fiv>-man liberal major-
ish community. Laporte was mur-
dered after being kidnapped b\
the FLQ in retaliation for what it
culled "arrogance shown in nego-
tiations for the release of 23 mem-
A GREAT Quebec patriot and a
champion for the social justice of
all Quebec inhabitants. Pierre La-
porte enjoyed during his political
Career esteem and respect from
bers of the organization, by the a|1 Sl.,_.nu.nls of Canadian Jewry.
Quebec valet of Ottawa. Quebec
premier Robert Bourass
TIIK FLO/s dc alings are no
Ity for the Quebec Jews. They
i livi d through thi 1962 mail-
in the i West
I i
nch and '
smen li
upoi
In April he fought for the leader-
ity of the past two terms has been
dissolved. The eight-man court of
10119-70 consisted of a thiv > nan
liberal bloc. (Justices Douglas,
Brennan and Marshall! and i five-
man conservative bloc. Of these
five, Justice.- Black, Harlan, and |
or While joined with the liberal:
in six 5-3 cases. Justice!
Shll,,r,rQ',,','oHi,''''n^i- ESrt^l"Jusice" B^ckTi^
%^ &*?& the liberals in a seventh."
during his campaign he had the ji,., .,.-,, i also i th.1
i of many Jewish members
of the I lot ral Partj u ,.
ed him as a selfless and to the
man.
At the Temple Israel Dinner of State on behalf of Israel Bonds
Sunday night, Malcolm Woldenberg, (center) receives the
Stale of Israel Shalom Award from Brig. Gen. Menachem
Aviram of Israel, and Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader
of the Temple, extends congratulations. Members of Temple
Israel purchased more than S500.000 in Israel Bonds in re-
sponse to an appeal by Dr. Narot. Dinner chairman was
Joseph A. Garfield, president of the temple;Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Fine were chairmen of the Committee of Hosts.
bituariea

"
timi lation
|i ks totally different. The kid-
nd iii" grim murder of
have fundamental-
ly cha old judgmi nt. Ap-
pi Hi .1 bj i he s cold
. | l>ii hr<
i. r ol Labor, Canadian Ji ws
were si that the
h
i n over-
tom i rization of
the FLQ was madl in the I
constantlj reminded his com- ditional rive \
patriots that to force new Immi- o:.d ul- tni. new chiel .;
:s to have their children
educated onl; in French is a ter-
rible blunder. He advocated in-
I the wa of frit ndly persua-
sion as the in st was- to Buccess.
When the FLQ Manifesto was
read on TV and radio as the
'inn Hi's concession to the
ti rrorists while bargaining for the
Ih of the kidnapped m n, .lews
only two Jews were
named amor.;; more than
Mr. Robison commented
spite the accession of Chief Jus
ti,-! Burgi r and the i
of the clear live-man lfl r 1 mil
jority of recent years, tl
| not undo any of the work <
the rocenl years.
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i Hi, Primi Minist-
-; March-
.
REPLYING to an attack by
I L a Jewish Nl >1'
i in. mber of the House who
with t: am Distilli ri<
are the own
I food supermarkets in
the pro\ j
WHEN THE news of 1
1 ml till the I *
land.
"It Is true that th n
nol
THE HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends its Deepest Sympathy to
MRS. GLADYS DIAMOND
on the loss of her father.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Presid
porte's slaying became known,
Jews c sly vo recent decisions. li v
, their opinions and through I
I the government tor ,, ,,
,_ ins to the Editor, In the main cantlv Impressed the i I
French and English dailies, ex- court with this point of >
pressed their horror and condem- voting patt ndiffered
nation. One of the most loyal thai of his colleagues.
ethnic communities in respect to
Canadian unity and Canadian con-
federation, the Jews from all ten
Canadian provinces unanimously
iiig war measures in peace-
time, Mr. Marchand said. "The
FIX} is a racist organization di-
rt eted against Jews and Italians
in particular." Mr. Marchand re-
nt ated the statement on ti levision
i t radii) afterwards.
"Even if Justice Blackmun t '>
the same appro ich as C i
Burger in the coming term, there
pared to undertake a genen 1 re-
consideration of the libertarian lie-
IS Of the Warren period."
According to the Hansard, (the
official recording of the House of **** toe governments^extra- |s no basjs for assuming that i ma-
Commons debates). Mr. Lewis re- ordinary measures adopted last jol.,y of lh(i court w, h.
mained silent after hearing Mr. wfj '-,.,, ,
hand's statement It is in- lni'^anfl!an ,JtT J *v
u resting to note that the Minister I monolith behind the Canadian
D regional development had been governments effort to uquidate
for many years the leader of terrorism in this country. There
Quebec's trade unions. ";'s 1,c',n' *" '"' no ',an,c' )et
Canadian Jewish Congress lead- a rush to leave Quebec for
en tried to reach Mr. Marchand """''' Provinces or lor a foreign
for further details on his very im- ''"i','.;'1? ___ .. f
portant statement but were unable
to contact him because the Minist-
WORDS CANNOT ADEQUATELY EXPRESS
OUR DEEP APPRECIATION
For the Many Kind and Sympathetic
Acts that Came to us at the time of
our recent bereavement.
The Family of the Late
It Alt 151 i II AIM YAAKOV llllKSMI
Mr. and Mrs. Menashe Hirsch and Family
Israeli citizens, now Canadian rosi-
, Montreal for'tiie"slain dents- ave expressed tiielr wish
Quebec Minister's funeral. There '.' *>** I***L But am0n,B
can be no doubt, however, that due Canadian Jews al one can -
to bis position. Mr. Marchand had ,ha' ."" ni;,u"r h""\ f'avc' ,h"
situation, the overwhelming ma-
jority is convinced that Mr. Trud-
eau w ill n store order and law and.
with that, thi' necessary confidence
In democracy.
Jewish Immigrants who came to
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made the Statement on the evid-
ence of the secret information
available only to the Federal
rnment.
A iMKMHKIt of the Progressive
Conservative party for Oxford,
Ontario. Walter Nessbit, asked
Canada after World War II say
Prime Minister T'ierrc Elliot Tru- that they have already experienc-
deau a few trtmrs before he left! cd all this horror under the rough
for the funei,-fil whether the Cana-j and tough rabble of Nazi Storm-
dian govenmisiit "is aware of
Fi-ench-Can^diapS having been
trained in Jordan and elsewhere
for terrorist tfftijtfties in Quebec
and of the facti-rhat they, the ter-
rorists, have thjei/full backing of
one of the big pwwers." The Prime
Minister answerer! that he will in-
vestigate and let Vhc House know
the facts as soon,.as possible.
troopers and pray that their
gloomy experience will not be re- |
peated here. To that, the bulk of
Canadian Jewry answers that
Canada is not the Third Reich
and that democracy here is a for-
midable reality which neither the
terrorist dealings til the FLQ nor
any Big Power supporting them
can easily overthrow.
JeviU
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lemoria
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apei
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,.v. A.....,, i.lberte, President
HAUKV zrKERNICK
", ,...v !...- ApplLant
.... I ii ...In Road
,, Florida ""
ii U-n-27 12 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under thi flctiilou' names ol
SOLOMON I.AN8TER I' US; SOL-
OMON L-AN8TER, D.D.8., I'A. at
7399 Coral Way, Miami. l-'la. 33155 In-
tends to register said names wiili the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol bade
County, Florida.
Sf)I.OV>N i ANSTER, D.D.S.
PRi IFI y .1INAI, ASS I MATH IN
SPARBEh, ZKMEL, IIOSKIN .<...!
HEII 1* N\ICR P.A
Attorn. \ h ror applicant
1110 N Bisca) ne Blvd.
Miami, Fl.i 38182
II : 1-20-3" 12 I
I LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4070
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Mm.l.lAN DECKER,
I '.ii .is.il
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
i:- late:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claims .mil de-
mands ivhlch you may have against
the estau uf moi man decker, de- which merged with Share of Israel,
eeawd *_ i- ..i Dnde County, Florida, Inc. recently.
I Sam Silver, who organized the
Sam Silver Will Lead
First Group On Tour
A special 11-day New Year's
lour of the Hi I.. Land is being ar-
ranged by i!:.' Israel Trade and
Travel Center, Inc., a local linn
raphcr with the finesl equipmei
promises to provide photograph
memories lor ihc tour members >
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. j is HEREBY OIVEN thai
,1,, ,i deslrlna i" engage In
under the fictitious names
| \ AND BBPPOB P.A, at SM
. (r|'i i, r said names w Ith the
h. Circuit Court <>i Dade
lorldii
KIN ANDCEPPOS
- ii IN > I >s-..... i l< 'N
L ZEMEI., R08K1N and
. \i:i! P \
applicant
in i'.|\d.
' B,M 1, <:-:; 27 12 .
NOVICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HEREBY GIVEN lhn(
i he hum. i dg I, deslrh to engage
in La .. ler Ihc fictitious names
of gPARIIER, ZEMEI ROSKIN AND
HEII RRONNER; SPARI1EK KE.MEI .
I'.i-SKIN ANT) H':il l.n INNER P '.
ai Hi N. illseayne Hlvd Miami, Fla
88132 Intends to register *ald name*
o Ith the i rk of the Circuit <""in i
of Dade County. Florida.
SPARBI III /.EM El.. HI 'SKIN
AND HEII liltl INNER
PRI H-'ESM' INAl, ASSi ICIATION
II 13-20-27 12 4
l.v 'ourihouse
Ida, within six
the lime nl iii.
of, t tin Hiim
1 ited al Ml
din of Novnm
NOTICE IF ACTION
. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[ ., IUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
n-^lu > IN AND FOR DADE
"COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
MO. TO.aVWg
r FO" DIVORCE
I INNINUS HI.'.'ST
ii .M \i;ir r.i.i st,
( H MARIE BLU8T
I \orlh i iirollna
I ,,:-n MARIE nU'ST.
I .,i Hi..i R Hill "I
I ,| ,|vor has been filed
1 ,n,l you an required lo
.,i vim Answer or
I hi Bill of Complaint o"
I .....rney, l >.\\ u> si.
'; ,.; N\v Till Street,
i; .ma ni. the original
1 :. tiding in the office "f
I he I'n. nil Court mi nr
the imIi day "t December
ill ,. ,],, -,.. Judgment by
( .. lakeii against you for
; .. i, miinded In the mil of
J
I
I-'
,h ,n be publlared once
lour .-.usi-i utlve weeks
THE JKrt ISH Fl.ORIDIAN
. \ l. i iHDERED ;ii Miami,
,!.,. this '.'ih daj "f November
i: VTHERMAN. Clerk,
in-i, Dade County, Florida
i:, i- P. COPELAND
I lenul.v Clerk
ill Court Seal)
II 13-20-27 12/4
IN THE COI- NTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR'DA IN PROBATE
No. 61869 (Dowling)
|:\ RK
l.-AMI Kl. S Kl VA< S
'I
IN0TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
(APPLICATION COH DISTRIBUTION
|*ND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i,l-U'K herebj given that I
Final i:. i.i.ii and r-
butlon and Final l >l -
irator C T \ "I the
, > i:i. .; Kt IVAC8 and
daj "i I.....ember,
ill upplj i" the Honorable
Dadi 'nunty, Plo-
i Final Report
l.ilil final dis-
idmlnistrntor C T A of
ibove-nnmed de-
lay of I Ictcher, 1970.
CIS E KOVACS
i ". Kovaci
I \\ PORTER,
1 KEN1N
Street
|
11 IS-20-27 12 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3585
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate "f
Jl LSEPHJ BUCHWALD
11. eased,
To All i'n dltorF and All Pi rsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ajriihisl Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and re-
quired l" present any claims .....i n which v"ii may ii 11
In- estate ol JOSEPH BCCHWALDdi -
reased late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dnde County,
and file the same In duplicate as ir< -
vldeil In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within .-i\ calendar months from the
timi of the first publication hereof,
or the same will barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, iliis 8th
day ..f i i. 11.In-r. A 1" 1970
Janei Buchwald
As Administratrix
First publication of this notlco on
the 23rd day "f October, 1970.
CI.AI'DK 1. EICHEL
Attorney for Administratrix
I'.", w Flagler St., Miami. Kia.
m 23 SO ii 6 '..
i" the i' unlj luil^t > of Dade Coun-
i *. .ma file the same in duplicate nnd
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
.- ni'-. in thi Ir office* in the i "..mi -
in Daile County, Flor-
i all ndur monlliH from
first publication here-
will in- barred.
uiii. Florida, this 6th
her, A l>. 1970.
PHVLI is DECKER MARTIN
1200 \ !,, Salerno
VVInterpurk, Florida
As i:\,'. utrix
insi publication of this notice on
iin i:aii day of Nov.. 1970
KI'RT WBLI.I8CH
Atlornc} for Estate of M'iI.I.IAX
DECKER, DEC.
i 167 Almerla Avenue
i '..ill Cables, Florida
II 13-20-27 12 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi "TICE is HEREBY IIIYEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1 i-i i, ui rter ill. fi.-i It ".us iiain.- uf
I CI.INICA INI-' A XT 11. NINi:/. CAR-
Itli IN at s W. s.(!, gti ,,, 3(j,h
Avenue, In the City "i Miami. Florida,
intends i" register said name with
ih. Cli ii. of the Circuit Court of Dade
Cnili ty, Florida.
Dated al Miami, Florida, ilii* 16th
da> "i i ii tober, 1970.
MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZED
CONSn.TANTS, INC
PAI I.. I.ANDY, BEII.EY ,i- BARTEL
A Itorne) h \~>>t' Applicant
341 Pan American Bank Building
Miami, Florids 3.1131
in L'.'l-:1." 11 6-13
Share firm several years ago to
promote the sale of Israeli prod-
ucts in the United States, is presi-
dent of the new travel agency,
which offers Israeli mcrcharldlst
as well as attractive tours.
Mr. Silver, who has been to the
Holv Land on si ven occasions, will
lead the group scheduled to leave
New York City Sunday, Dec. 27.
The itinerary has been am
ir. experts In the tourist industry
i ami promises to be a great expe-
rience, Mr. Silver says, covering
the most territory possible during
a New Y. ar's vacation.
The company plans to feature a
"Bar Mitzvah Special" tor families
wishing to eelebrat a Bar Mitzvah
in Israel, anil is planning a "Pay-
For-Ii-Yo'.irseii" trip to Israel de-
signed for young people who can
solicil travel customers or take
orders for roods made in Israel
Mr. .Silver, an
JAM S.'tVER
IEGAI NOTICt
IE CCUNTV JUDGE'S COUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
F'.uR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 70-402? (Clark)
I
"'UA lNDA ME UK
Ifccea
J NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All mi] All Pi i none Hav-
. r D, mands Against Said
I
v,u i notified and requlr-
im 11.,hi,s nnd demands
you m j nave against the ea-
; \ Y'i H.ANDA MERE de-
11 idi County, Plot Ida,
ludgi ..f Dade c.un-
I in. in duplicate ind
Si i llo-i ;:::; IR, Florida
He* Ir offli .- in the Coun-
|'_> i inn::,,,., |n Dade County, Fio-
wltl lx ralcndar months
t' '' Jl..... ..f the f -si publication
r,' "' "r in. will bi barn d.
i ii Miami, Florida, iliis Itli
t of November. A.l>. 1970,
ESTER II i:i:i'.l US
1 Exi. utrlx
i,"!"' PUl'll :......f i|,ls lliilli-e on
"., v "r N'"^ mber, l70.
r.iMivriv. sii.\ 1:1: & iiooTii
I KxecutrlX
FAiniie) liuiidlng
11 13-20-37 12 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4087
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
JOHN TAI ARICO
Deceased.
T.. All Creditors and All P-rson Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
Viu are hereby notified and re-
quired in present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JOHN TAIJVRICO de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the pame in duplicate and
as provided In Section T'i:i IC, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
. the lime of the flrsl publication hen
..f. or Hi. same will > barn d
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 9th
, day "f Nov Al, i7n,
Ralph Talarlco
As Executor
!-"i. ~i publication ol thi nol: ......
the 13th day < Saw, l!7H
! SII.VI-KS'' KIN \- KWITNEV
B) Paul Kkll
Attoi ne) for ::-
1 ni. oln Road
Miami Ucach, l-'la.
11 13 27 12 ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3986
CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: K late ol
NATHANPERLMAN
De. eased
NOTICE UNDER
iN'trn..,. TI0US NAME LAW
I IS HEREBY firVEN that
Kn^rn1V'l''l.'Mn,,,: to engage In
'Mi-rm ,'' '"' 'ti'ious names
iRb 1 U '' '''"VHI., Mil: HICH-
U."i. ui P.UA.TZER P.A. at SIM
'M **? Miami, Fin. 31158
(W r".K""''r "''' niunaa with
n-n't,.>|',',ri',|'" C'n u" c"ui't 1>a<1''
L^-i.'^1'"'Axn olatzhb
r.KliK\tvi'^iV' ASSOCIATION
""Mt 33132
11/13-20-27 12/4
To All Creditors ni d All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Demundii A sal nt Said
Estate:
Ycu are hereby notified and re-
quired in present any claims and de-
mands which you 111.1i have against
the .-.-la.....1 NATHAN PERI MAN de-
ceased late uf Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ot Dade Coun-
ty, and file 1I1. same in duplicate and
.1- provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within Bix calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barn d
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -mil
day of October, A IV 1870
Pauline Peruvian
As Executrix
First publlcal.......I uila notice on
the 13th day 1 f Noi l70
I'KISIIMAN fi Ki:i.\
Attorneys for Executrix
4j l.i,.....Iii Road
Miami Beach, l-'la.
11 13-20-27 12 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 34001
In RE: Estate "f
RALPH B DE1B3RT
I leceased,
NOi'iCE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri dlim and All P 1- ,- 11 n -
i"i; Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are liereb) notified and r. quir-
ed to present 11.y claims a......mand*
which you may |iuvo again 1 the es-
1 iti of HAI.l'll E DEIBERT deceas-
ed late of H.11I.....utity, Florida, to
1I1. County Ju Ige-i of Dnde Ciunty
..nil fIK- the spme in duotlcate nnd
ne provided in Seel..... 733.1ft. Florida
Statutes in their offlci s in the Coun-
ty Courthouse 111 Dade County, Flo-
rlda, within six calendar montlin from
the time ol th. flrsl publication here-
of, or ill.- same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, tliis 30
day of September, A D. Ia70.
DI.KNN A. DEIBERT.
a> Administrator
Flrsl publication of this nolli.....'
tli. :: 111 laj ol 1 li tober. 1 1 u
ARTHI'R i \V< II FSI IN
y for K-ii'. if
Ralph E Delhi 1 i id it
in-. Bis. u) ne Building, Mluml, Fin.
_____lo_ -i_o 11 i::-jn
IN THE COUNT Y JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3305
i. ii- K-i.i.. ..I
PHILIP GORDON
: 11......a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dituri and Ml Persons II.iv- I
mn 01 11, mands Against Said
>., ure li.i.i.y notified nnd re-
in .1 pr, it any 1 laims nnd
t wlii I. you may have against
ih, tat -I run.ii* <;- Utrs in de- |
i lute of Dade County, Florida,
to thi Count) Judges ol Dade County,
and file the name In duplicate and
1 roi Id. 'l in Si ft Ion 7.::: 16, Florida
Statutes, iii their offices hi the Coun- '
iv Courthouse In bade County, Flo-
rida, within >i\ calendar months from
the me "t the firs, publication here-
of, ... the .-ami will be barred,
reil ai Miann. Florida, ilii: 21st
1l.1v of 1 Ii lohei. AH. 1970
ETHEL I;' R1 'I >N
Ai Executrix
Flrsl publication of ilii- notice mi
Hi. 301 li day i-i 1 ictobi r,
HERBERT U W II.ENSKY
Attornej for Exw uui.v
31" 1, caj lie Building
in :;n 11 6-13-20
Mr.
III!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. '0-3859
JOHN R. 3LANTOU
In RE: Estate of
CARL lit 'SSi >\V
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
ing Claims or Demands Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims and demands
1 which you may have against the > 1 if
of CARL ROSSOW deceased late ol
: Dade County, Ploiida, to the 'ounty
Judges -if Dade County, md flic tin
sain.- 111 duplicate ami as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the County 1 ourthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
ralendar months from the time .-i the
flrsl publication hereof, ir tin- same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this L'l
day of ictober, A IX 1970.
Rt IBERT .11 i|-:i. Rl >SSOW
\-- Exi i-utor
First publii allon -if this nol
the :nHi dnj in? October, 1870.
KFRONSON .'.- LITMAN
Attorni y for Executor
'ill' Ainsley Buildln r,
Miami, Plot ni.1 33132
pi ::' !i
li sin d, part of Ins r~,>. cial servit
The Ni at l Trade and Tru\
Ct ni r will be offering tours 1
amateur photog- various times of the year, but M .
Silver feels this is the time I
ci li oral 1 he New Year in (si a
the gala Ni w 5ft ai's pai ty
sure to be a m< morable 1 vei
"The pi ice is right, and now i.- r
time," he says,
Featured Tenor: NBC-TV 0pera;To- !
Icdo Opera; Dayton Opera. Cantor:
Temple Beth El-Rockaway Park; '
Chicago Loop Synagogue; Grossing-
er's. WILL ACCEPT few talented
STUDENTS, also interested in liturg
ical music.
Phone (mornings only) 949-8639
947-1435
lEG^t NOVICE
ml
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME .-AW
Ni'Tii'K :s HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
lil'i'MW ALU JEWEI ERS al Sey-
bold Arcade, Miami, Florida Intends
to register said name uiih the Clerk
'.I' the Circuit Court ol Dads County,
Florida,
Estati ot Joseph 1 lu< li w aid
By: Janet Buchwald, Administratrix
CUAl'DB I.. UlCHEI,
Attorney for Applicant
23 u .1 Flag Stri 1 1
Miami, Florida
I" I 11 6-1
l'i
w 1
11.
P.A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-20463
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMBS I-'ASH IK
Plaintiff,
vs.
M \UINA FASH IIC
Defendant.
YOU, Marina Fashlk, residence un-
known, are required to file your ans-
wer tn tin- complaint for divorce with lief demanrit-d
the Clerk of the almvc court anil plaint
serve 1 copy thereof upon. HERMAN
COHEN, ESQ., Attorney fur plaintiff
13111-11 Congreea BMg. Miami, l-'lin-
Ida on or before- December 14th, 197ft
or else a default will lie entered
against you.
Hated: Nov. II 1970.
E B. MiATHEHMAX
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MARC.UERITE KENT. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal) ,
11/13-20-27 12/<
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-19118
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Al 'I 1I.F11 I. Rt IMAGOSA,
Plaintiff,
VS.
MIREL.1 A Rl iMAOl ISA,
l .. fi 1 ilant.
TO: Mll:i:il.A It" IMAGOSA,
Mil I..- use
Pasadena Callfoi Is
you, mikki.i \ Rt IMAGOSA, are
h< 1. by notifli il that a BUI '! Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are required tn
l serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
1 the Plaintiffs attorney WALLACE
N MAl'.H. 105 Blscayne Building, 19
West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida,
::: i.in and file the original Answer or
1 Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
il,.- Circuit I'miit on or before the
27th day of November, 1970. if you
fall tn do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
the BUI of Com-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lliat
iii.- undersigned, desiring t" engage
in busltieHS under the fictitious 11 me
of MACSER 1 'I'Tii A!, ii i"l" W 1
I' ii Si 1 i. Hlnli ah, Florida Intend
to 1 eglt 1. i- aid name -'I1 the Cli rk
of the Clrcu 1 Court ol Dnde County,
Florida.
JI'AN A !' i.-:i'l'l.l.ll-'J.A
Si i.WIA O i.s'l'l.l.l Kl A
I-' SO II 8-1.1-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN rflOBATE
No. 70-3764
In RE I"..'
A \ la IN SIIEINKER
Deci .1 ..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Ha*
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
v.-ii nre l-i. i.\ notifieil and requir-
ed t<> present any elaims and di mands
which you f 111 v run. against the
estate of AARoN SHEINKER deceas-
ed lute of Dnde County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dnde County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthousi '11 Dade Counts Flo-
rida, within si\ cnlendar month* from
the time .-f the first publication here-
of, nr the sain, will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, iliis 21 si
day of October, A n I97.
MI'RRV SHEINKER
WILLIAM SHEINKER
As Executor*.
First publication of this notice on
the '"ih day of October, 1970.
HERBERT It WH.ENSKV
Attorney for Co-exi putora
S17 Blscayne ituiiding
in an 11 6-18-10
This notice shall be publlahed once
each w.ek for four .....isecutlve weeks
in THH.IBW1SH FI.ORIDIAX.
E. Jl LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Bourt, Hade County. Florida
ll\ : C P. COIMM.AND
1 lenity Clerk
(Circuit c.iurt Seal)
/ WAI.I-ACK N MAER
I o!i Itiseayiie Building
I "" "^ 10/28-30 11/6-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN th
.1.,. .....i..,.,ji'ni ,|. desiring i" ejigase
in business uiuk-r tin- fictitious psm -
. ,.1 HERBERT FEINRERO; 1IEP--
BBRT FEINBERG, D.P.M. at 16 '
Meridian Ave., Miami Rt-ach,
Intends to register said name
, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
HERBERT FEINBERG, H P M ,1
SAM i'T:i. STEEN
\ 1 lorney for applicant
l"ii Rox 1914
C iral I Sables, Fls 33131
11 13 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant in Florida Stutute 676 -
hulk transfer und, \
I" 1 he I 'nlform 1' immei il Codi
be made nt the law offli.....1 KO>
III ; I IRS, I.I IRIIEU A SH EN I' -
1 tN. 420 Lit "!n Road, Mlam Be ,
1 111 Ida, no or after I lei etnbi r
.11 i"......'clock A.M I
MAIM I AR VS.' \l ,1 I. ;,
VHASfAl FfRNITl'RE & \\ I'.I !HN
Transferor, whose business
Is 3SI0 N \\. 32nd Avi 111 dial
Florida, n nd
I '| El El "TRIC \ I.
MANCFACTHRING 1 lltl'l 1RATI1 '
h Florida corpoi 111 on,
Transferee, whose bus! .- -~
is 32411 West Kih Avenue, li
Florl In
During the three years last
the Trn nferor so fin
the Transferei has used ......ther bu* -
n.'-s ,iame or address ol .-i ill
'tiai listed above, and nl 2156 N v
S6th Street, Mi.inn. Florid 1
Transferee does not
debts .a n Transferor, 1
-mil business, v\ ill !' pnld In full -
' In v fall due The pi opi rty I
trnnsfern il Is lo, nted 11 ill X v
32nd Avi nue, Miami. Fli
,..im-is "' the folliiwlim: furnitui
fixiu, es, ectulpn and least li"lil ii
tereKt, etc
The .-uinai. .1 lot, I of Tr
or's 'iii:-. relevant i" *aid bu-
is none A schedule of the proper
transferred 1. .1 lisi of creditor* 11
nished by the Transferor may I" 1
specti 'I nl 3210 Weal lllth A
Hlaleah. Florida.
Tlii- transfer is NOT t.. pnj -<
iii^ debts relevant in .-.ini i-usin.
.if the Transferor.
Thi Transferor will receive
ih.- Traiisf' ree the follen Ing is
consideration for the transfer: ',n<
share* of enmmea stoi h of R
Electrical Manufacturl ratioi
These will in- given lo the Tran--
terror on l leceml er fe, 1970, al il
.......hi Road, Miami Bench, Florid,
Creditors of the Transferor *houl
rili their claims R(K1ER8, I.ORBER fc Slli:M
al 420 I.in...In Road, Miami Rl
Florida, on or before 70:nn o'cloe
AM. December 16, 1976
Dated al Miami Beach. Florida, tli
'.ih day of Novembi t, 1976
1:01 Ei.icfrriiicAi
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngage In
business under ihe fietitlous mime of I Publication of this rfr*M ki.a i-'Riir PACKERS & snir-
PERJS al 8M San Vicente, Coral
Gables, Fla. intend* to restate? said
11.on. with the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
ANNABEIJ.BR KATZ
10,23-30 11/6-13
18th day nf Novemha
Kl 'MMEI.. ROGERS,
SHI'NKMAN '
420 I.in. .'In Road
Miami Meueli. Flori.l.i
Alliriie>'s for Transferee
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Ground Chuck 79' London Broil 'lH
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89
TOP US. CHOICE- U.S GONTT. INSPECTED
Legs 0' Lamb
LOIN LAMB CHOPS "I69
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SAVE18* ON 4 CANS'
FOOD
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CAMPBELL'S
TOMATO SOUP
IO'/j-OZ.
CAN
FOOD FAIR
TOMATO SOUP
tt'/i-OZ.
CAN |
LIMIT 4 CANS ,EITHER BRAND,
PLEASE, WITH OTHER PU1CHASE5 Of $7
OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FRfcSH HOMOGENIZED
GRADE A' MILK
GALLON
PLASTIC
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Flo-Sun Orange Juice
Food Fair Cream Cheese
American Cheese Singles 3
SEASHORES
SAUERKRAUT
25'
29'
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SUNSHINE
SWEETS
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Danish Smoked Salami
99'
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BAG
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POTATOES
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Tomatoes 25
Grapefruit 5/49
BONUS SPECIAL' SAVE 20c
SEALTEST LIGHT 'N LIVELY
"" ALL FLAVORS
> HALF 3AL.
CARTON
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WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF$70R
MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTE
GRIDDLES KNOCKS or SPECIALS
Pi
99
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SAVE UP TO 24!
COLD POWER
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
All White Meat Turkey Roll
Black Forest Liverwurst
98c
99
49-OZ.
GIANT
BOX
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FOOD FAIR'S Sated &&
35'
45'
French Crumb Cake
FOOD FAIR
Asst. Cup Cakes
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SoH & Ori
88
Alka SeHzer Plus Oa
FYNE TEX
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
49-OZ. ^^ M m ENZYME
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PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
$70R MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOOD FAIR'S Smj*"Wto!
Florida Caught Yellowtail 89'
UNLESS A
BONELESS lB
FRESH CUT
Haddock Fillet
89
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 18<
RICH'S FROZEN
COFFEE RICH
16-OZ.
CTNS.