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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"eJewish Flomdian
45 Number 47
Combining THE JEWISH ONITr and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, November 20, 1970
Two Sections Price 2C c
MIGHT ACCEPT OTHER CONCESSIONS
Missile Rollback Stand Is Softened

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LSALEM fJTA) -- The
rnmenl now api>oars
ling toward now, easier
: : its return to the
.. ace talks, which were
Aug. 25 because of the
violations of the the
, i ase-fire agreement.
Minister Golda Meir
a 45-minute policy state-
the Knesset Monday.
no mention of the pre-
mands that the anti-
missiles be pulled out.
it clear that Israel
would return to the U.N -
sponsored Jarring talks only
when conditions were considered
right."
Sources close to the premier
implied that Israel might agree
to resume the talks for some
concession other than the re-
moval of the SAM-2 and 8AM-8
missiles moved up toward the
Suez Canal front since the truce
began.
According to some sources,
Israel is placing less stress on
the menace cf Soviet missiles in
Egypt because of the massive
infusion of military hardware it
is receiving and will continue to
receive from the United States.
Israel is now said to regard
the task of reaching an under-
standing with Wachington on
its future boundaries as most
important. The crucial question
of Israel's withdrawal from the
occupied Arab territories is ex-
pected to come up early in the
Jarring talks once they are re-
sumed.
Israel wants to scrap fie so-
called "Rogers plan" and may
make that issue, rather than the
removal of the Soviet missiles,
its condition for returning to
the Jarring talks, observers say.
Nixon administration officials
have confirmed that Israel will
receive S500 million in U.S. aid,
American military shipments
to Israel are believed to have
more than offset whatever mili-
tary advantage Egypt may have
gained by deploying Soviet mis-
siles and artillery in the canal
zone during the first 90-:ay
Ci ase-fire.
Tin' shipments reportedly in-
cluded 18 more supersonic
a like number of sub-sonic Slcy-
hawks, some inn M-40 and M-60
tanks. Shrike air-to-ground mis-
siles and other arms and muni-
tions.
While there has been "o overt
pressure on Israel to return to
the Jarring talks, observers said,
the military supplies and the
Continued on Page 1S-A
Notorious Soviet Anti-Semite
Prepares Charges Against 31
Alton, Hussein
Meet Secretly
JEW YORK (JTA) The
Jewish Congress has
i that a "notorious anti-
S. Ye Soloviov, chief
lor of Leningrad was
tin' case against 31
: i -ud in four Soviet
- for a "show trial" to begin
- month.
ITH s_-age over its "hot
S i\ iet Jewry a tele-
. ling device installed
the Congress said
- "political prison-
held on "trumped-up
l planning to hijack
| | rplane" are residents
......grad, Tbilisi and
Mr 'soloviov, the message as-
' rvi il a* ;: judge in Ien-
ttTii rbnlnal court in 1961.
p-i |i 1 over two trials in-
\ iii one. he senlen-
Ivl 'ji to death for alleged
Ironom > tales; in the other,
L leaders including
Lr M-ye r-old man were sen-
li :.r : lung prison terms "be-
r.iw, v sou-rht t-> establish
I'i'.t.i. : with Jewish leaders In
Stir r > >viet cities," the Congress
|\>c!ared
Il sheet offered to "hot
the Congress charg-
high-level policy de-
[ is made last spring to
Innderti ke a nationally-coordi-
IimI I KGB action to crack
I '''' many Jews who per-
1 sist .: overt struggle to leave
|'h" ',' 5 :: for Israel in order
It lain their Jewish iden-
Utj
The document charged that en-
trapment and forced confessions
were used in the detention of
12 Riga Jews arrested at the
Smolny airport on charges of at-
tempted hijacking.
"The people believe." the fact
sheet asserted, "that the Riga
Jews were entrapped by some-
one planted in their midst. Privy
to their passionate desire to emi-
grate to Israel and their rep-ated
frustrated ai.-llcations for exit
permits, he gained their confi-
dence hy posing as a pilot and
offering to fly them out of the
country in the airplane he claim-
ed he was normally scheduled to
;>ilot on a routine domestic
flight."
it is now leaded that these cir-
cumstances will be distorted in
lorced confessions extrated from
the prisoners, the fact sheet de-
elared.

Jordan May Be First Arab Nation
To Sign Peace Treaty With Israel
JERUSALEM IWNS1 Political observers here now be-
Uevi that Israel and Jordan will sign the first Middle East poace
treaty.
Premier Golda Meir has said Israel had no objections to
resuming the ti.lk- with Jordan since there have been no viola-
tions on the Jordanian front. Police Minister Shlomo Hillel has
also stated that he favors peace talks with Jordan.
Meanwhile, Egypt's new rulers seem more concerned with
consolidating their position at home than with external affairs.
At the same time, the announced "future" Arab socialist federa-
tion of Egypt. Libya and the Sudan has created the spectre of a
"monster" that may destroy the rulers of the more moderate
Arab states as the Imam of Yemen was destroyed by the Egyp-
tian sponsored revolutionary movement.
Jordan's King Hussein, who showed himself capable of
handling the guerrilla forces in his country during the September
civil war, is believed interested in a treaty for the benefits peace
could bring to his kingdom. It would also permit him to concen-
trate his forces against the Palestinians who seek to overthrow
his regime.

JERUSALEM (JTA)Deputy
Premier Yigal Allon and King
Hussein of Jordan have met se-
cretly for discussions that could
lay the ground work for peace
talks between Israel and Jordan,
it has been disclosed.
Newsmen were said to have
known about the late October
meeting, which took place on
Israeli soil in a military com-
pound south of the Dead Sea. for
about a week. Their reports had
been suppressed by the censor,
and disclosure was permitted
only after a story had been
smuggled out to Time magazine.
The Hussein-Allon meeting
reportedly was limited to com-
mitments by both sides that
could Improve relations between
Israel and Jordan. King Hus-
sein is said to have promised to
suppress all terrorist activities
against Israel from Jordanian
soil in tin' course of time.
The King reportedly com-
plained that talk of a Palestin-
ian state with Amman as its
capital was practically an invi-
tation for the Palestinians to try
to take over his kingdom.
Mr. Allon's reply was not re-
vealed, with it was noted that
Israeli Cabinet ministers now re-
frain from talking about a Pal-
estinian entity, and that the idea
of increased autonomy for the
West Bank seems to have been
abandoned.
According to some reports, Is-
raeli leaders consider a separate
peace with Jordan as within the
realm of possibility since the
death of President Gamal Abdel
Nasser of Egypt and King Hus-
sein's victory over the guerrillas
in the Jordanian civil war la-.t
September.
Nathan Cummings, a promi-
nent industrialist, philanthro-
pist and art collector has
been named recipient of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's 1970 Appeal for Human
Relations Award. The award
is the top honor presented
by the Committee's nation-
wide iund-raising arm.
Jewish Survival Requires Commitment: Fisher
KA! CITY. Mo. i JTA'
' : Detroit, pre- -
I Council of Jewish
i Welfare Funds,
thl three basic
is required of Amer-
'as centra] to Amer-
I irvtval and Jewish
[" -'.; "are to the people
l: Is i"1. to the American
urc and to American Jewish
outh.
Speak:nc nt the banquet SCO
fj"i of the TOth General Assem-
PJy of the CJF, Mr. Fisher de-
[fn-d that the American Jew-
W response in the "truly fate-
yar" ,,f 1971 could mark
Pro shape, the direction and the
Practer of the decade ahead."
Declaring that what is "at
stake is nothing more or less
than the actual survival of Is-
rael's people and Israel itself. '
the Detroit Jewish leader said
that the issue between Israel and
its Arab neighbors has just been
escalated into something awe-
some and threatening. "Israel's
people are now directly confront-
ed by the might and power of
the Soviet Union," he said. Amer-
ican Jewry's answer to that new
peril was to respond to Lsrael's
call and take over the entire
burden of Israels welfare costs."
Mr. FUher told the, 1.500
American Jewish communal
leaders. "Our communities re-
quire at least $100 million adcli-
MAX flSHES
tinnal for local and national agen-
ciesa total of $500 million
and we are obligated as well t >
assist the Israel Bond drive,
which has also been asked to
raise ISI0O million. When this
awesome oblligation Was brought
to the communities, no one
doubted the need. No commun-
ity, no leader, denied the neces-
sity of Israel's request," Mr.
Fisher said.
"Because the use of anti-Sem-
itism is a device to att-.ok de-
mocracy itself," he said. "Amer-
ican Jews must find answers to
hate, not Just to protect Ameri-
can Jewish position but to pro-
tect the meaning of democracy
and the American future." Mr.
Fisher also emphasized th I
Am rican Jews ami Jewish or-
ganizations wore in the fom-
front" of the equal rights revolu-
t. n th it began 15 year- ago and
lhal "foi e\ei I years, our l
Assemblies have reflect I
the American Jewish decision to
help win this equal rights strug-
gle" for black Americans.
Warning that "black anti-Sem-
itism gives us no excuse to with-
draw our help from the great
numbers who need it so desper-
ately." the Jewish leader said.
"The lasting way to achieve our
purpose is to help overcome the
injustices and degrading condi-
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i'nai B'rith International
'resident Is Main Speaker
William A. Wexler of Sa-
lah, Ga., who was elected the
president of B'nai B'rith In-
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DR. WILLIAM A. WEXLER
al a 1965 B'nai B'rith
niton in Israel and reelected
shington in 1%*, will be the
leaker al the Deauville
. ;l'7Hi Birthday Celebration
In li B'rith, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
| tit is being sponsored by
I'nai B'rith Council of South
|d i Lodges, w ith some 48 mem-
Iges and 24 women's Chap-
(Joining in the program. Over
pi rsons are expected to at-
Itht' celebration, which is open
|e public.
Wexler is an international
of prominence in the Jew-
i Id. In addition to having
ited with B'nai B'rith
l.l years, ho is chairman of the
llfment Of HI/ 16,000
t\V YORK (WNSlSamuel
:, president of the Amer-
iFriends of the Hebrew Uni-
ty and chairman of the Uni-
ts Board of Governors, an-
i the establishment of the
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r Trade at the Uni-
ty which opened its new aca-
with a student enroll-
0 About 2096 of the
knt body, which includes 1,500
I ime from 50 foreign
ti i -
Conference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
and cochairman of the World Con-
' ference ol Jewish Organizations.
Since taking office, Dr. Wexler
has traveled extensively in this
country and abroad, meeting with
statesmen and government offici-
kVB!>4rfflcatoM and religious lead.is.
on matters of concern to the Jew-
ish community. In the past five
years he has held personal confer-
ences with President Nixon, for-
mer President Johnson. Pope Paul
VI, Prime Minister Golda Meir,
David Ben-Gurion. Chancellor Jo-
sef Klaus of Austria and General-
issimo Francisco Franco, with
whom he discussed Spain's con-
Stituttonal reforms and proposed
laws advancing religious liberty.
Dr. Wexler's topic will be current
events, in connection with world
Jewry,
Herman Nudelmnn is serving as
general chairman of the event.
Mayor Jay Dermer is scheduled to
present a Proclamation declaring
B'nai B'rith Week in this area to
Dr. Wexler and the 40 voice "Sing
Out Miami" choral group will pro-
vide the musical entertainment.
Hundreds of new members will be
initiated on this occasion.
Gerald Schwartz Addresses Poale Zion Membership
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Jack Filosof, president of the
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Friday, November 20, 1970
Number 47
21 HESHVAN 5731
Council Of Churches Takes A Stand
The Florida Council of Churches has taken a firm
stand against mandatory prayer in the public schools.
'Vhile the specific resolution was aimed at the Orange
County School Board, which recently adopted a regula-
:ion requiring a period of meditation at the start of each
school day, its intent was broader in purpose.
Religion, the Council of Churches stated, should be
left up to the churches, the synagogues and the home, and
not to schools or other institutions. It also pointed out that
Orange County's action was in defiance of the mandate
sf the United States Supreme Court.
This position of the Council of Churches is not supris-
:ng, despite efforts by political opportunists to make it
appear otherwise. While the fight to keep Church and
State separate has often been made to seem a Jewish
battle, the fact is that Christians have been in the forefront
of the fight from the very beginning of our nation. It is good
to see that the Florida Council has not succumbed to the
hysteria which is more political than religious in nature.
Bonds Are A Good Investment
The men who know a good investment it's their
business continue to express their faith in the strength of
Israel Bonds. On the heels of the First National Bank's
purchase of 5500,000 in bonds for its portfolio has come the
announcement that GAC a Miami-based corporation, has
bought SI million worth, the largest single purchase in
Israel Bond drive's 20-year history.
Greater Miami still has a long way to go in the cam-
paign to sell S20 million in bonds during the next 15
months, but the confidence of big investors in the Jewish
state's future should be a good boost for the modest inves-
tor.
Theoretically, the drain of defense on Israel's economy
is well-known, but the actual toll it takes is not well under-
stood.
Almost 10% of the population some 220.000 people
are employed on defense work. Israel's dollar expendi-
ture on arms is equivalent to the earnings of all Israel's
agricultural and industrial exports. This fact alone empha-
sizes the meaning of peace, for the little nation's trade gap
could be cut by half if the need to import arms, most of
them from the United States, was eliminated.
The Israelis understand that they are living in a time
of emergency and pay heavy taxes as their burden. Those
of us who grumble at the constant demands to buy bonds
or to give free dollars should try to understand why. And
how small a sacrifice we make.compared with others.
A Sign There Is Hope
Latest world-wide population figures reveal that three
nations the United States, Israel and the Soviet Union
account for 79% cf the world's Jewish population. When
one realizes that Russian Jewry outnumbers Israel's popula-
tion, the importance of the fate of those living under the
Communist yoke is even more strongly emphasized.
It may come as a surprise to many that Buenos Aires
is one of the great cities of Jewish residence, its 360,000
rating second only to Tel Aviv-Jaffa's 394,000 in cities out-
side the United States. And this figure, too, emphasizes the
need to be conscious of the problems faced by Jews in
Latin America, many of whom are survivors of Hitlerism.
Although reduced in number because of the World
War II death camps, the fact that there are nearly 14
million Jews in the world today is a sign there is hope foi
the future.
by EDWARD COHEN
Declining revenue, declining
cong> ":
.dmt ;'->-
C3n v 2.'"'
stitutions, Christian If w -
Jewish. *"-. "
Son; '"'
of the 1 pal church met in
, -. ,n in Houston I > seek i
i to th
or the den A
ir financii
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lies in th co intry fN.x.
Writing in the Oc
Bull-'
B-t h El of Detroit Rabbi R -
ard Hert; Is that plans foi
a now synagogue have
sharply curtailed and not
because of the financial condi-
tions prevailing today. To b*uld
a Sanctuary seating more than
1,000 persons make; no sense In a
period when rabbis face so many
empty seats, he tells his people.
And a week ago Sunday Pope
Paul was booed by a group of
discontented shanty dwellers
and picketed by a group waving
placards calling for legalization
of divorce in Italy.
There is much douM and much
confusion among religious lead-
ers as to the solutions. Some
call for a return to fundamental
religious beliefs, others for re-
lating religion to contemp irary
life, to social action.
THERE ARE as many evn'a-
nations for this troubled time for
institutional religion as there
were during the tremendous up-
surge in membership during the
two decades following W
\\ H--II wh-n ,; dull: V
, be er.0v.4h vm a *W
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aqpfcsed to hold thossjsBVtssssing
to their ancient faiths.
For some, there is I good deal
-. In the study by psy-
,.-. Dr. Milton Roto
published months as
the masazin*. Psychol >gy
According to hii
..'.. l< -out are on the
averagi -more bigoted
authoritarian, mon I >
I I -I..... '':' '""
ian than th '"' '-:-
b ised on
more than 1.000 Inl -
surely open t ch illei ; "
have yet to see one .is sci
cally structured.
COMMENTING on the sur-
vey recently in a Bulletin arti-
cle. Rabbi Joseph Narot said that
all organized behavior has de-
go es of hypocrisy. Organized pa-
triotism can certainly be guilty of
this, leading men to think that if
they salute the flag and sing the
national anthem loudly, they are
patriots. And not all who are
in the realm of organized educa-
tion, or music, or art, fulfill the
highest ideals of their respective
fields."
While there are those who
think that religion should be an
exception, this is not true. Re-
ligion is no better than the peo-
ple who practice it. And the task
of organized religion is always
t3 remind its adhei
fact.
fjhc question.-
JCWlh R Naro'
v.e can make
crMtJul. but how a
humans less tent] ted use
UgiOO as a mask f
L hat-- or f- it
Tills IS A 1
1. particul ir'\
d -nee at han I of s of
us nflui $ So.
ciologist Bemai -
t i the dilemm i ,
Wlity to relati I <
lieve what he .- n>
amount of rtrucl
the synagogue v i
overcome this pan
to the effective perl '
its mission. No foolii
vocabulary, no I
the format, no Inci i aes-
thetic properties
come this little '
are probably Just I iave
to wait this one
Dr. Sobel is fra
doesn't know what to d (
he says that thei been!
periods in the past when w|
have forgott'-n how i pr ly I
only to rediscover |
fo* Man-God conve-s
Yet, as the central inst 1
of American Jewish life, th -
a"oe"e cannot be permitti I
wait for rediscoverv. for tinv
running out for the A
Jewish community wheth
is aware or not. and whether I
cares or not.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The fact
there is no renewed thundi
guns along the Suez Canal is be-
ing taken as a wonderfully good
sign. But perhaps we should be
more impressed by other sounds
we do not hear in this case,
not because they ire not real
sounds, but because they are be-
yond the range of hearing.
The shouted commands. th*
clank and bang of steel on '
the hasty hammering that is al-
ways needed to complete a pon-
toon bridee these ire the
sounds we do not hear, but only
because thev are out of he-
Thev a1-" caused bv the inten-
training Kgyptian troops
... : .. ing, with the large
qua'.it'es of idditiori d canal-
ising equipment the Soviets
have recently delivered in Egypt
TMt". main training a-ei is
the Bi'.k"t Qarun, a big lake to
the g tuthwi of Cairo. 1
tian divls'ons are patterned on
Soviet divis'ons, with their en-
gineering units integral to each
division. Thus the fainine ;s co-
Ing forward by rotation, division
b\ division. Besides jxintoon-
br'dee train'ng. there i= also r*-
;. rted training on th* mech-
a-i?*d rafts the Soviets have pro-
vider! for the E^vntian army.

me tiFeuNE
.#^iiMs r
1*1****
In this harsh woi
ways very foolish n I I
pared for [>eople ev<
ing what they are vi I) prej
paring to do. In tl
C se, besides the So\
of canal-crossing eq
intensive Egypt
on this equipment
other preparations for
tual canal-crossing at must
also be noted.
ONE IS the roll-:
grant breach of S_>\ li ind EWP".
t:an promises to I ''' I
States, of the powi
weapons system now emplaced
along the banks the S
Canal. Another is the forward
movement Into I
strip, again in defiance of ear
i-r promises, of I
203 millimeter guns the SovioO
have lately givi n I
These euns' only
pose is to smash I
cations in the Bar-! Line.
These are -
facts bv any ratio.
the fact thai the F Vl><
their Soviet mas!
willing to exten I
despite the Israeli I
gin talking. Th
moreover, that the -
in th- puzzle ire
pplabie than the i "-ina
alreadv in place.
THKK!. IK .
to hooinjfsfNh. ah
rlAcis'Ort to cool:
fire far another
week without fi''h- ".,.',,
--lined for the !-' .
Soviets and E | W* *
prac'i-al inle--si- W f).
the sMe of wailin "
a wh'l
*s
The Soviets n." t "
r-.on1hs tO sort O'l yjyynt
bv the death of Gamd ^
CoMtnaeH on Taee 1 *
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Friday. November 20, 1970
J ,
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Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK For Charles de Gaulle, history Was a stage,
and the people and leaders were the actors. While to himself he
assigned the principal role, he was also playwright, director and
stage manager.
Nothing was more characteristic than his instructions for his
funeral, written in 19.">2 when his career was at an ebb tide, but
with the full conviction that his destiny had a built-in greatness
which afforded him the right to be simple and modest in the face
of it.
Since he scorned >>oth dignities and dignitaries, he excluded
them from taking part in his village rites, as he also scorned all
speeches what could any one speech add to his stature? but
he wanted the people there. They came.
ft -to ft
THE FRENCH PEOPLE had a certain mystique for him, but
only so long as he had one for them. For the later years of the
war he had it. and again in the decade from 1958 to 1968, but in
the last two yens the militancy of students, workers and farmers
made his hold on the people crumble, and he left the stage ab-
ruptly.
If the people didn't deserve him. they couldn't have him. not
a moment longer than it took him to get back to his village. Now
he Is gone for good, leaving many of his people to wonder whether
the whole drama of "le grand Charles" was a dream.
Although he s.iid "I shall not forget to die," death came as a
stubborn event to one noted for his own willfulness "A leader,"
he wrote, "cannot let history happen to him; He must happen to
history." Well, death dfieed even De Gaulle's law and happened
to him. But not without his stage-managing it in advance.
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IN ESSENCE, he was a revolutionary, just as romantic as Jeanne
d'Arc and Napoleon, because he made his rele as theatrical as
they. But he was a different kind of revolutionary. The Maid o
Orleans fell she was on a heaven-sent mission to liberate, and the
Little Corporal carved out an empire for conquest. De Gaulle was
a postscript to the greatness of French history', because France's
power base had dwindled, but he tried to turn the postscript Into
a book. If anyone Could have done it. he might haw: but he
couldn't and didn't.
He was a revolutionary in a more mature sense than his great
predecessors a revolutionary for stability. He wanted to turn
Fiance, after its Vichy humiliation, into a nation worth saving,
with a government strong enough to rule and a society cohesive
enough to survive and perhaps to flourish. In that he pretty
well succeeded. Thus, one cannot find in his life the overall shad-
ow of failure that some of his critics have seen.
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Ambassador Amir
Dinner Speaker
Ambassador Rehaveam Amir, Is-,
racl's ranking consul general in the
United States, will speak at the
Fontainebleau Hotel dinner mark-
ing the 23rd anniversary of the
.United Nations resolution partit-
ioning Palestine and establishing ;
the State of Israel.
Consul General of Israel in New
I York since July. 1968, Mr. Amir
was for five years ambassador
[ from Israel to Poland and served
' for two years as Adviser on Arab j
i Affairs to the prime minister of
1 Israel. He also was consul general
! ol Israel in London for five years. (
The Nov. 29 function, which is
open to the public, is being spon-
sored by the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida. It will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gin-
gold of Miami Beach, pioneer lead-
ers for Israel and the Labor Zionist
movement.
Dr. Leon Kronish is honorary
chairman of the dinner, which also
will climax the celebration of the
Golden Jubilee of Histadrut. which
observes its 50th anniversary in
Israel this year. Dr. Michael Sos-
1IK HAD TALENT and vision early, as his books on military
strategy and on leadership showed. But greatness on a national
and world stage came to him late. He was starting to form a Free
French movement at 49, when most men have already shown the
height of their talents. He formed a brief government at 54, with-
drew from office and power to wander in the wilderness and wait
for a dozen years: he returned to the political arena at 67, and
became the first president under a new constitution at 69.
His greatest years (from 1958 to 1963,1when he took power,
pulled France back from a civil war, shaped an effective and -i -
bio constitution, wound down the Algerian war and at a single
stroke decolonized the French Fmpire in Africa and turned it
into a community his most crowded and creative years came
at the time he turned 70.
ft ft ft
LATER CAME the years of misadventure, when hi
driven by some fatal inner force into blunders, starting with the
\i to of Britain's entry into the Common Market and ending with
his miscalculation in pushing the French voters too hard in the
last referendum. The genius had become the ovcrroaeher. 1
we remember the overreacher, let us not forget the genius. flow< i-
ing so late.
He was one of that small group of the young-old. yet he seems
even as a young man to have been ageless. He was of his time, but
not caged by it. He created a party, whose members became his
"orphans" which he left them, yet no faction or sect could con-
tain him. He was very much part of place, rooted in the French
earth, inordinately conscious of the triad of nation, power and
leadership and seeing himself as the embodiment of all three.
dependence. Mr. Amir served as a
major in the Israel Defense Forc-
es. He later served as Military
Governor for Haifa and for Acre
and the Western Galilee.
Following the war, he joined the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Si rv-
ing first as director of personnel
and then as Assistant Director
General in charge of all adminis-
tration. Ambassador Amir also
served as director of the Depart-
ment Of Education and Culture in
the Diaspora of the World Zionist
(Organization.
THf HON. MHAVIAM AMID
i This function also will formally
I launch the campaign for the South
Florida Medical Center in Beer-
sheba, which will be built with the
, help of SI.000.000 from the His-
tadrut in Israel. Greater Miami
Jewry is > xpected to match the
t SI.000.000 in a two-year drise,
Dr. Kronish said.
Reservations may be made at
the Histadrut office in the One
Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach.
Dr. Rockstein To Speak
Dr. Mon is Rockstein, P s.
sor of Physiology and R i
it the University of Miami S I
,i Mi dicine and past pre; nt of
111 ( le..... -' lU
speak on The Roles of H dlty
and Environment In Del rn ninej
Longevity at 10 a.m. Tuesd > at
the Forte's Forum in the Auditor-
ium at 1200 West Aw.. Mian i
Beach.
sin is president, and Samuel Fein-
stein is chairman of the board of
the Histadrut Council.
Ambassador Amir served in the
Haganah, Israel's underground
army during the British mandate
in Palestine. At the outbreak of
World War II, he joined the Brit-
ish Army as a parachutist and
was one of the Israeli volunteers
dropped behind the Nazi lines in
Yugoslavia.
During the 194S-49 War of In-
Dr. Lehrman Going To
India For Conference
Menachem Beigin Speaker
NEW YORK Menachem B
' former Israel Cabinet mi mber and
' now a member of the Israel Knes-
set, will be the principal -;
and the guest of honor at I
' nual banquet of the Zionist < >r-
ganization of America here at 6
p.m.. Sunday, Di c. 13 accor I
'an announcement made by Her-
man L, Weisman, president of the
ZOA. Mr. Beigin is the leader of
Gahal, (Liberal Party and Herul
bloc, i More than LOCO persons are
expected to attend.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
ol Temple Emanu-El and
vice president of The Synagogue
Council of America, has been in-
vited to participate in the World
Parliament ol Religions for Unl-
tive Undi rstanding which will con-
vene in Sasthamkotah, Kerala
Suite. India, on Dec. 7.
The rabbi, who was asked to
deliver a paper on Judaism, has
- i cted "1'b" Centrality of Israel
.n Jewish Tradition" as his theme.
The Parliament ol R ns will
t-day confi i '-nee for the
purpose ol promoting concord and
air,it> among the follow rs
ferenl religions and schools of
thought on the basis of the
sential unity implied in the funda-
mentals of all relifiions referred
to as "Unitivc Understand
Since all religi ins are c immitt I
to the goal of solidarity
kit i. the Conference, ore I
by Akhila Bhar it i Aj ya| 5eva
Sangham, an All-India body, with
World out'ook, will p
the ground for finding a
ii ised on the gi ati si coi I -
itor ol ... ement hoi oi
I .- IU<
Last year. D i n rept e-
I the Syn is u Council of
rica at a s mil ir confet
ai ('. >neva, Switzerland, sp >i
by the Temple of Understai
\t that time, he was a featii
-i. ker on the subject "Thi :
of Religion In A Worl I
sion."
Jewish National Fund Strengthens Israel
JNF ANNUAL BANQUET
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20th at 6:30 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Famous Guest Speaker Entertainment Dinner Mush4
FOR RESERVATIONS
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OFFICE
Telephone 538-6464 420 Lincoln Road
HE WAS A GREAT HATER, including Winston Churchill
and Franklin Roosevelt in his passion, and America and Britain
and (toward the latter years) Israel as well. Yet. after Harry
Truman, every American President has stood in awe of him, and
not only Richard Nixon and Edward Heath but David Ron-Gurion
who made him his great model until the sharp turn of French
policy) came to honor him at his funeral.
He could lie wily and knew the arts of dissimulation. But
there was never anything trivial about him. and coming out of the
19th century his lanky brooding figure will cast a long shadow
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Chairman, Executive Board
Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Foundation Chairman


Friday, November 20, 1970
vJewlst Fkyrikffon
Page 7-A
Shlomo Argov Speaks At
Temple Ner Tamid Dinner
Shlomo Argov. Minister Pleni-
potentiary of the State of Israel,
and a leading member of his coun-
SULOMO ARGOV
I ,-'fi diplomatic corps, will be the
guest speaker at the Temple Ner
Tamid Israel Dinner of State Sun-
cay evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, Dr. Eugene Labovitz. spiri-
tual leader, has announced, and
will confer the State of Israel
Shalom Award upon Mr. and Mrs.
William I. Nathan.
Mr. Argov has held posts of key
n sponsibility in the government
ol Israel, both within the country
Course in Braille
Transcription To
Begin Al Temple
The Sisterhood of Tempie Sinai
[. i': Iption at the Tern-
g is I : i Ave. North Mi-
10 end of Novem-
Sal lei man, Sister-
is announci d.
All won c immunity are
invited I this new and much
needed co i \ opening
the ioors of hope for the visually
handii ippe I I iro igh \ ilunteer par-
! sen ice one can
render by learning to transcribe
ncasured only by
Ihi bi Viie I horizons of recrea-
education and culture, which
cm 1>. tttainnd by blind people,
lUgfa his effort-;.
n with extra time and a
" C to US it in a most worth-
! ttiyity, are invited to take
this course, which offer* them an
0 tnity to enrich their own
li\-- Rhile serving the sightless
i' S of our community. It will
be in ht by Mrs. Harvey Nash.
wh i taught Braille for 15 years on
Long Island, NY., and was herself
a transcriber for '-';> years.
For information concerning reg-
istration fur the course, call Mrs.
N ih or the term i office.
and abroad. From 1965 until his as-
signment to Washington in July,
1968, he was Deputy Director of
the U.S.A. Division in the Ministry
for Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.
He was Consul of Israel in New-
York City for the previous three
years.
Beginning is service in thr. Is-
rael government in lOiirS, Mr. Argov
joined the staff of the Prime
Minister's Office in Jerusalem,
where he served until 1959. That
year he was appointed Israel's
first Consul-General in Lagos.
Nigeria, following which he served
as Counsellor of the Embassy of
Israel in Accra, Ghana.
Mr. Argov, a native of Israel,
was born in 1929 in Jerusalem, a
city in which his family has lived
since the beginning of the 19th
century. After completing his ele-
mentary and secondary schooling
in 1947. he joined the Haganah.
the Jewish defense group during
the British Mandate. With the es-
! tablishment of the State of Israel
I in 1948, he continued to serve in
: the Israel Defense Forces in the
j War of Independence until 1949.
Preparations for the annual din-
] ner on behalf of Israel Bonds were
being completed by a committee
headed by Herman Shaw, honor-
ary chairman, Murray Shaw, chair-
man, Mrs. Jack Greonbcrg. presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, and Sidney
Schwam. president of the Men's
Club. The Corps of Hosts will be
headed by Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
Zalis.
letters to the editor
KIMTOK, The Jewish I-'loridiaii:
In the Friday, November 13th
edition of the Miami Herald, there
appeared a long article in which
Dr. Trude-Welss-Rosmarln ex-
pounded on the mistreatment of
the Jewish woman in Jewish law.
I would like to ask Dr. Ros-
marin, who is a spokesman for
Conservative Judaism, of what con-
cern is it tn a non-Jew why a
male Jew offers th inks to G-d that
, He did not make him a woman?
Of what concern is it to a non-
leu- to be told of the law of
"Agunah" or the law of "Halit-
zah," particularly when this was
.,t .( '] i \ tv",>s on the
"Jewish woman in Jewish law" but
rather a superficial reference to
said laws'
Ii Dr. Rosmarin wanted to en-
lighten th>' Jewish public on this I
matter, she should have chosen the .
Jewish Floridian for her gripes
against Jewish laws affecting Jew-
ish wom<-n.
To give publicity to these re-
strictive laws in the non-Jewish
press is to subject Orthodox Juda-
ism to ridicule in the eyes of the
Christians. No Christian would so
nndimn Catholic theological laws
in the public press. One will find
such criticism in parochial p ibli-
cations.
I nnet!n Dr. RosTiarip's mo-
tives, especially when she touches
upon Jewish law which would re-
and explain, and instead mak< 9
superficial references to them,
leaving the rest 11 the imagination
ol the reader.
If the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Mian-,: Is Interested, as it
claims it is. in presenting a whole-
some and i\ spe -t'ill im ige of Jew ;
and Judaism before the eyes of
the world, it should write to Dr.
Rosmarin, censorin i her for this
interview given to the Miami Her-
ild Women's page on Friday, Now
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in a testimonial to
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at six-thirty p.m.
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Friday. November 20. 1970
Anna Brenner Meyers Salute
At Bureau's 28th Annual Dinner
Abraham A. law

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Mrs. Henry r Wmmdf, cbcrinnan oi the 28th sna^: dinoei
if _.e B-ri-u =: Jewish E-'-ucation wfcch (Hfl be held Scttar-
day Not. 28 -- die Plaza Ho:el, it shown with Abrabam A
Grunhui left Jccx Ka::rr.-r., Leo- .'. E".!, zr.d Leonard Z.lr~r-_
cm ."reside.--.. ^^_____________________
Moshe Dayan's U. S. Visit To Be In Behalf Of UJA
ANNA *rNNt *fTES

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- : funds
n bid U a saving for

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of 1
>l Israel
Mi M
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.. of Jewish Educati m I i
ITS.
She has v,-. : on many com- Jack D. Cordon a former mem-
the Com I bar M the Dade County School
-1 Practices Board, wfll pav formal tribute to
Nov ^ Tn" f Teachers, the Committee to ., ^ th dj,^,. .
Transportation of Pupils. Mrv ^", at ,h' "
mtrflmtioni to tbe -, tsubiish the Jor *'hlch reservations are no*
Bty School Board U I :.. Junior College, the being accepted.
.--.- md activi- Quality Education Committee of
t ..". the Jewish County, and the Committee
'- ~ Plaza HoteL System.
led on "' ; rogram is Mi '' vci ne of tl
the insfc of i ected members of the United Nations
I .- Bureau, an original a > on its
Bureau'i mittee to revise th<- Chart
i tivi d rector, Dr. Louii the United Nations. She is &
ed or, the tele- i'r of man-.- agencies, In*
Tan '''' at My the 1
Lii ind n isk and dancing. tl the I
,-. ,.' Worm n*i Cbil ai d the
, kit Pis ..-.; Council of Da:
of the tral Hebrew A t f the Miami I
: ''' Library i U a
, Loi Hanfl >rg< Mil tki < ;:" National O verning (
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a founder-member of the Great'-r
llami Jewish Federation, chair-
rficers. m x ^upat
Holim. program chairman of
L AVIV FTA I
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|will Imbns-
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' "the highest lev..:" for lb -
: of U.S.-Israel relati and VS.
military supplies to Israel. The
esman said no political meet-
in the 1 IS
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South African Jews Elected
JOHANNESBUR j
-h members !
" ted Party. 1 ntry's
osition p
ful candidate* .r. \m Provli .-'
r -
the most important legist itb
bodies after Parliament Three
other Jews, members of the Fro-
ze Party, were defeated in
their bid for office.
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*JelstFh*iJi>*F
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*JeUtncrkMzn
Friday. November 20. 1970
J he }\.*ibbi OjMOM J-rotn J he f-^iilpit
Chayay Sarah
*
Question
Box
i *
DR. MKRBKRT BAIMi.YRO
ThiiijiIi- IHh Am
To be su:e. those- are not exclu-
tor eitber the man or
- nan, but in this day when
.r.ueh talk of the similarity
nai might do
tcasi
R Is
i>
- nti d in the
as a
;
1 '
: -
Ij I
By RABBI SAMVEL J. FOX
Why do-s Jei>h tradition in-
quire th.it the egm of the d--
< aM-d be clo-wd aftir death?
Some source- dahn th..! it :s
tTie dutv of th son I
on the '>... c n-'inft ^i hfe father afttfr* WT.'r.

ttory of Isaac and
Theodore Bikel To
()pen Beth Torah'js
Cultural Program
^ Almightv CiO
ns ser- Th pen Beth go, jmighty'i
!,<:>. They trao* this I
in the BftJe i 46:4
where Jacob is assured that hi-
son "Jos ; ia put his ban
thy ej -
It Is soul
- sion it
Is
>obbi Baumgord
To: nual t utui u pn Im
J Pi irsday. s ed by the ] hysfcal visi -n Af-
zogue. A world rtdivklual has s the Di-
has seei every-
nposer. linguist thine ther is to see and any other
to go i! \. ning with
: v : nee.
On Thursday. Dec. 10. Dr. Trude-
n of the pa trial r. lecturer.
these u traveler, will
1 ; leeturei Her d |ect will
What Does Woman Wantl
sinht would be superfluous.
Why does the Jewish tradition
require that the dwaeaand h:i%e
his face covered immediately by
a sheet when death occurs?
Some claim that this was inti-
.ind a
tuted for a practical reason. The
The twH of the cultura. c,,.-ps., of a p^r man Would dis-
will begfnJan. 21. with p;-y a worn and thin haggard fac->
\ i student o.' Uci < L Hastings, Esq.: an at tor-
tile written word ai --; B .....":" civic and so-
man should rial problems of todav who -
eraonal Kale n.a.a.C.P.
- uld be giv- a ip
lelpfuL
fla '- tng Beth Torah Congre_
na- tural program will be guest speak-
David Brinkley. Washingl
fty. I think it I News Correspondent for NB -
and half of its top new; te m
von in. giving the "Huntley-Brinkley Re- corpses would be spared embarass-
' fr tn mi Dort," who -.v ill lecture Jan. 28. | ment.
sets and furth-
all the Beth Torah Congro-
thoj gal ion ifflce.
'.'-.il :h. fac of a rich man would
; a round full visage. Wher.
the I served that the poor
I g the faces of their de-
'. because of their embar-
tstnenl they ordained that even
the rich do likewise *.-> that :
I be able to discern the fi-
status of the de
- are equal after th" :
this world. Ir this way the poor
i
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Cha Sorah
And the life of Sarah was an hundred and seven and twenty
years. ."
DEATH OF SARAH Sarah died in Hebron at the age of
127. Courteous!) refusing thi offer of the Hrttjtes, who owned
the territory, to use their sepulchres >r accept a burying place
as a gift. Abraham bought the nearby cave of Machpelah from
Ephror.. the Hittite. for the sum of 430 shekels of silver. Th"
a Machpelah thus became hi- permanent pos
sion.
ISAAC AND REBECCAH Abraham bad reached an ad-
.1. anxious that nil son marry within the fan
.ant El : 1 the citj n in M< sopol .
Oul the city, the ser
that God would point out the
futu: i: '"''< ,h- the
\ ne I vater and offere :
;- drink. Elicar was welcomed at the nous
Bethuel, her fatl >>in her brother. Hr inform
0f nu .. and told how God had answered his prayei
to his request for Rebekah's hand >n marriage to I-
Laban and Bethu.'.. realizing that it was God's will, gave I
consent. After a few days Rebekah set out for Canaan wil
E.iezer. met Isaac and was married t" hi
DEATH OF ABRAHAM- Abraham married anothei
Keturah, through whom he became the ancestor of many a
tribes. To ensure peace among the members of his family. A
ham gave Isaac h:s property and sent all his other sons. i.
with gifts, eastwards to the land of Arabia. He died at the
of 173 and was burled by Isaac and Ishmael in the cave
Machpelah. Temple Observes "V.I.P. Sabbath**
V.I.P Sabbath, dedicated as
We Appreciate Teacher Day" will
be observed at Temple Emanu-EJ
Saturday, at the regular Sabbath
service, Mrs. Alfred Stone, chair
man of the v.I.P. Committee, has
announced.
ate. Rabbi Gilbert Kollin. Ass -
tant Rabbi, will preach on
Weekly Portion of the Bible
I
the i
. _:.' -
Mi n
I ft-. <
, .- if growl "
'A Tribute To Jewish Book
Month' Friday Evening Topic
Dr. Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tor of the Bureau of Jew-
iucation. who will be the
leer at the late Friday
: vie. s at Temple Emanu-
T: this week, has chosen ?s his
A Tribute To Jewish
nth" which is beingob-
I from Nov. 20 through Dec.
20.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader, will officiate at the 8:.% this shows how Judaism protected
pjn. service; Cantor Zvi Adler will the dignity and sanctity of man
b" assisted by the Temple Choir. even in death.

Others claim a moral reason for
this practice. Gazing upon the
faC'1 of the deceased I ; nts an
insult to him. as well as a sign of
disrespect. The dead are unable
to protect their privacy since they
--. unlike the living who
car. turn away from anyone whom
'hey do not wish to look upon
Thus their faces are
erc-d to protect their privacy.
Some also cl
of a deceased becomi holy after
death. In Jewish tradition th-it
which is holy is always covered,
some say. are the faces of
the (: i el like we c vw
the Torah--bath being holy. A'.!
The Very Interested Par I
Committee has invited the yo
people of the congregation, tl
| arentS, and their teachers t.: v
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici- snip together before Joining
Lehrman at a Sabbath tund
and informal discussion session.
Fort Lauderdale Builder is
Reelected By Federation
The re-election of Martin Frido-
vitch, prominent Fort Lauderdale
builder and civic worker, as presi
dent of the Jewish Federation ol
North Broward has been announ-
ced.
Purpose of the V.I.P. pro
which has been conducted at
pie Emanu-El for the past six
yean, is encouraging regular
ly attendance at Sabbath s- :
I Other officers include J h
Storch and Sidney Prieder, vice |
presidents: Oscar Sindell. secre-
' tary, and Martin Kurtz, treasurer.
Mrs. Oscar .-sindell has been nam
chairman of the Federation's Worn- ,
en's Division, and Mrs. Joel Miller,
tary.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
21 HESHVAN 5:10
>-\>^-\^-\^^^VaSj^
r^eliqiOMS i^i
ld
ervices
MIAMI
#HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 99S SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Bn Aron. 1
AN SHE EWES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). S9M N. Ken-
tell Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 26?6 SW 3rd Av
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipton. 4
>' iJ.,y ^ p.m and -ja p m 8-
- mil- an i Hall Uynl --a Pulpit
Dtm-omton on .lr\vi-i. Myatlc-
hflL" S.iturl:,v '.' .i m Bar Mitzvah:
Rfe-Vf*n. m.....f .Mr. and -Mr
i pmnan
Km
T-miI I>ra*-I."
-------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW ZSth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nat!.an Parnaaa. 11
S:M p.m and IUS p.m. S*r-
Can \v- itriilae Thr (3nraUon
Hatnrdaj' 4" am. Pvrtic-n Of
The W< aji
OR OLOM (lempie) a/s S.W. 1tth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Piiday SO i'm and v p.m. 8atnrday
Mitzvah: Aaron, aon
<.f Mr and Mi- S- ymour Ricklea,

EETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon 6
i-'i'i.'iy 8:U i>.m. iluc-t SptaJvcr: Air.
l-rael Lutsky. Subject: "Plnnle Mad
A Utt!* SieiK-." Follow-U by Shabhai honorina th-- parents "t Mr.
;.-id Mr.-. Irvine Jacobaor Saturday
j 4.', a.ni. Bertm ,Th.- I.ifi- Of A
Matrutrch." 4:15 p m. Pnrtton of Law.
4 4", p.m Sermon: "A *>
TIFERETH ISHAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March-
bem-Marbiny 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
| rice Klein 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman :. Sha- ,
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16 '
Friday l:M pm Bat Mltsvah: F'.ila
Loulaai dauirhr,-i r.r Mr. and Mr-
. al. Horowlt*. balurday < am liar
M.'z-.. I. Boberl s.eii. son i.f Mr. and I
Mrr \\'.irr.|i .J**nef.-ky
Friday p.m ; p ni s-
TIm Jews of llexk.i And I thel
ol noa I:'. -.
and I' : rs Baturday ., m
Not How L-^iib Bui H
uvu rov I..V.'-
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
l sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEw CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv.
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 5 p.m. and *
- Ir l..,u-- S. hv
)-".\.-. u- \ Din lor, Bureau I .
Edu. aUi Bui \ Tribute To
Book M ,nUi 9 .- i
am V.I.P Sabbatli "We Appn
Th-- Teaches'' Bervlci funl C
sTregatiim Services ID a.m
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH MIAMI
BETH TOV (Temple). 643S SW th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seyrnobr Hmkea t
Friday B:1S p.m i:u*'si BpeeJcar: Mr
I'nilip Winni.k Subject: "The Story
Of Abraham.;' JSpUowrd by enrp
I ia i.
ISRAEL (Te
Miami. 137 NE
Rabbi Joseph
Y i.lay SI.*, p ni
Miv i- Ken
arcl B< rmon:
OF GREATER
h Street. Reform,
arot. 10
i Precaher: Path-
s' Franeis Xavler
*.\.ri..-.- Th^ Trai k-
r#N
flu\%
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION .
134MO W. Dixie Hwy Conservative. '
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor |
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 CaHyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issae Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
i BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20,
HEBREW ACADEM-y. 2400 Pmetree
Or.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grnss 25
CONG. AN.NE.L (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arraham
Bm-HIIIsI, 25.A
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rsbbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?c
KNESETH ISRAEL-1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico FeiOn.an 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
I-M?"1- wtry Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor E*
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. ~7055 Bonn Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
man. 30
SE-PHARO,C JEWISH CENTER. 64f
Collms Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3:
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon Sepal. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
AOATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLEI of NORTH DADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph f. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkea. 37
Friday 5:13 p.m. Sermon: 'Th. l'n-
iVomenAre. There Some
We Should Keaerve Pot Thr
Balurday -,....;(, a ,., Torah Por-
lloil F. r Th^ Week.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 3,
Friday ."..1:. p.m Saturday m Ser-
mon: "Nothing Fur Nolhing "
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 1:15 pm. Saturday 0 am Ber-
nvin: 'Triumph On Anti-Semitism."
CORAL GABLES
JUoDE-Ac, Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
P ni Followed In 1111,1,.
I"la> l!:r, ., p..,,
J',zs"'', v daughter of
Mr. and Mr- Murra) Bparaca
ZAMORA (TEMPLV)~44Zamora Ave.
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell Beroer
Cantor Nathin Zolondek 4J
Sabbi -i i-.il-
Ulei Satur-
. m.
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 54- S
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Bheld -
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland i
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Ad-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
MAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 1* Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon: I't-
Fcr Burled Treasure* suu.-.i.,.-
:. ni ILar Mitzvah: lions. w>n of
and Mr- Sheldon H Pi. ;
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLFV 1721
Monroe St. Conservative Rsbbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantot . Gold. 46
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J w'n?:
grad. Cantor Abraham Kosttr. *
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 1S2 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Raobl Morris A. ^K0J,'
Cantor Ernest Schreibsr ,"
SURFSI0E
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT.O*.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D v -^
This page it prepared I"
rooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Aijociarion.
Coordinator of the featurei
appearing here ii
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Srinttial LeaJe* 0/
Temple Zomero
Coral Goblet
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Friday, November 20, 1970
+Jewlst ncrkfiar)
Page 11- A
Thanksgiving Theme Testimonial Dinner At Temple Sinai In Honor Of Dr. Cooke
Of YMHA Programs
A mla dinner honoring the lm-| tcr and four sons. Ralph Hollander. Mr. and Mrs.
nu'diato i,.isi president of Temple Serving on the Committee in ad- Lloyd Jaye and Mrs. Jules G
Sinai, Dr. Stuniord B. Cooke, wil' dition to Mr. Hollander are Mrs. nan.
The YM-YWHA of Greater,
Miami's programs for the balanee
of the month of November will be I
devoted to the theme of Thanks- ]
giving.
"Y" -tMMgers are in the pro-1
cen of conducting a drive for;
canned Roods and other staples to !
be distributed to needy families
for Thanksgiving.
A pre-Thanksgiving dinner will
be held by the North County
Senior Citizen Friendship Club in
the Washington Federal Audi-
torium Saturday at 7 p.m. The
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Central "Y" is having its an-
nual Thanksgiving Dinner- Dance
at noon, Sunday Now 29.
i
In addition, the "Y" Social
Singles Club will hold a Thanks-
giving Dance, Monday at 8 p.m.
Reservations may be made by
calling "Y" Group Advisor Herb
Rubin at the "Y", 8500 SW 8th St.
Elementary school children of
the "Y" are also insuring that mi-
granl children will not go toyliss
this year by conducting a cam-
.nn for new toys land used toys,
I:, good condition) which will be
wrapped and distributed by them
J.i children of migrant workers.
The biggest benefil of the year
will be sponsored by the "Y" Wo-
men Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in the
Grand Ballroom of the "Y". An
i veiling of games, fun and big buys
await lhose who attend. The even-
ings receipts benefit the Y's
Scholarship Fund, which helps
needy children enjoy the "Y"
facilities in summer and winter
lay camp programs. Tickets ma)
he obtained from the "Y" Women
or at the switchboard.
A Tuesday, Nov. 24. at 8 p.m.
in the Golden Key Room of the
YM-YVVHA of Greater Miami,
panelists Dr. Samuel Kcldman, a
certified, psychpjpgjflj; Dr. Charles
Uoscnfeld. a pediatrician, and
Jeanette Schwartz, a consultant
and private therapist, of Family
and Children's Services, will dis-
cuss -Pornography and How It
Affects Our Children." The discus-
sion, geared for parents of nursery
and elementary school age children
and teenagi rs, will he followed by
a question and answer period. A
YMHA community service pro-
gram, il i> open to "V" members.
their friends and the general pub-
lic There is no charge.
The "Joys of Yiddish." by I ,eo
Rosten, win be reviewed by Jack
Gold, public relations director of
t!ie YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
for B'nai B'rith Women's North
Dade Chapti r 809 at the Howard
Johnson Motor Lodge. North
Miami. Tuesday, at 9 p.m. as part
it the commemoration of Jewish
Book Month.
Sky Lake Chapter Meets
Sky 1 akc Chapter 1338, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a regular
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Temple Adath Yeshurun, KILT)
Miami Gardens Dr. Guests will be
.lean and Bob Witt Bob will he
it the pi mo, ind a ng- i-l in j is
planned. Extra don1'! credits an
offered in xchange for favorite
potato I.like recipes, which Will hi
used at next month's Chanukah
Party,
take place at Temple Sinai Satur-
day at 8 p.m. under the chairman-
ship oi Ralph Hol'ander.
R ibbi Ralph I'. Kingsley. who
Lecame spiritual leader daring Dr.
Cooke's administration, has char-
acterized the evening as "a trib-
ute to a man of unusual foresight,
set si of responsibility ind
cern for his fellow .lews."
Under I >r. i' ioki s leadership the
Temple Sinai congregation has in-
i from 183 t" 535 families,
a d the !: i: ;i at School children
now numl>er close to 500. Plans
have Ir idj In ilal i foi
i new school and an admin
tion addition.
Dr. Cooke, an outstanding phy-
sician lor man) years ir this i >
ind his wife, the foi mer [sahelle
Cohen, an ncti e m a '. < of th"
Rxecutive Board of the S sti rh to 1
if Temole Sue. have one diugh-
THE HILLEL
COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL
YOl ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO ATTEND THE
Inaugural Ball
of run
HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCH
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1970
DIPLOMAT COUNTRY CLUB
Champagne Reception 7:00 P.M.
DINNER -8:00 P.M.
Reservations at $100 per couple
Black Tie Optional
OFR RESERVATIONS, PLEASE CALL
922-3464 OR 945-2454
DR. JOEL B. DENNIS, President of Hillel
MRS. LEONARD SCHREIBER, Inaugural Ball Chairman
In Observance of
JEWISH BOOK MONTH
Beginning November 20th
"LENGTH OF OUR DAYS"
BRIDGING TWO WORLDS"
"CHRISTIAN-JEWISH
RELATIONS"
A New Ira in Germany as a
Result of the First Crusade"
by
RABBI
SOL LANDAU
Now Available at
Beth David Congregation
Gift Shop
Come with us
...Celebrate
Purim Festival
ln ISRAEL
Leave Miami March 8,1971
NEW YORK TO NEW YORK
s606
10 DAYS
DELUXE
ALL INCLUSIVE
PER
PERSON
MIAMI to MIAMI
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JNF Honors Sam Pascoe |
At Inaugural Banquet
A huge crowd attended the 100
Lincoln Road high rise apartment
building'* inaugural Jewish Na-
tional Fund annual banquet re-
cently, and established the Sam
Project in Me Ami. Israel
as a tn.'ute to Mr. Pascoe. a de-
\ it i leader of B'nai B'rith and
JNF, who is very active in CJA,
Bands for Israel and other worthy
ci\ c and communal causes.
Quest speaker. Mendel N. Fisher
addressed them on the past, pres-
ent ai d future rele of Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
It artist Tova Ronni. who
presented a beautiful rendition of
,U selections, was accom-
pmied at the piar.o by Israel's
foremost composer, Shmuel Fer-
shko.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dor-
mer, who is also the president of
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, presented Mr. Pas-
C i with the golden key to the
city. At the same time, he pledged
his undying support for all that
Israel represents. Mayor Derrne"
has been an invaluable leader of
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami.
The appeal made by Rabbi Ab-
rr.mowitz. chairman of the execu-
tive board of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami, compared
thest perilous times to those of
the past, stressine that they de-
mand from the Jews of America
a total commitment if Israel is to
survive.
Chairman of the evening. Moe
Reiffen. presented Mr. Pascoe with
j a plaque. His c. chairman for the
evening was Nat Friedman. C ml -.'
Saul r. Breeh, chairman of the
' Jl'F High-Rise Apts. brought
greetings and gave the benedic-
tion.
so\
Continued From Pace 4-A
Nasser. They also need at least
sl\ months maybe more, in
fact to train the Egyptian
army to use the new canal-cross-
ing equipment they have now re-
ceived. The continued cease-fire
says nothing, in short, arbout the
uitimate Soviet and Egyptian
intentions.
The preparations for an even-
tual canal-crossing meanwhile
peak volumes about those in-
tentions. But here, the first truss-
ing piece in the puzzle immedi-
ately croos up. The Soviets cin-
not possibly be thinking about
a canal-crossing, in fact, unless
they are thinking about much
more massive u'timate interven-
tion in the Middle Eastern war.
THIS IS because a canal-cross-
ing successfully attempted will
immediately pit the Egyptian
armor against the brilliant and
terrible Israeli armor. No plan-
ner in his senses could think of
such a thing without making
further plans to give the Egyp-
tian tar.ks the crucial advan-
tage of air" sufc**macy on their
side
L.>cially. therefore, if the So-
viet-FsnrflJian preparations now-
going forward are not mere em-
pty ex.
also b
Campaign Leaders
Meet In Jerusalem
At a meeting held in Jerusalem
recently by leaders of the Hista.l-
rut campaign in the United States,
the Histadrut in Israel, members
,of the Jewish Agenc, the United
Jewish Appeal and the Israeli go-
vernment a'l participants recorded
their firm conviction that the His-
tadrut campaign in the United
States should continue and be
' maintained. They expressed their
deep appreciation for the long and
meritorious record of the work
of the Histadrut campaign in the
. United States.
Because of the primacy of the
Emergency campaign of the I'JA
and its importance to the solution
of the great humanitarian problems
'. of immigration, absorption and
settlement now facing Israel, the'
Histadrut campaign is prepared to
mobilize its maximum support be-
1 hind the Emergency campaign. A
practical program to ensure the
fullest backing and success of the
, Emergency campaign will be work-
ed out between the UJA and the
; Histadrut.
The meeting w chaired by
Leon A. Pincus. chairman of the
. Jewish Agency. Participants in-
cluded Yitzhax Ben-Aharon, gen-
eral secretary" of Histadrut: Dr.
Leon H. Keyserling, president. Na-
tional Committee for Labor Israel:
Ratbi Herber A. Friedman, execu-
tive chairman, United Jewish Ap-
jpeal; Dr. Sol Stein, executive di-
rector, Israel Histadrut Campaign;
Sol C. Chaikin. chairman. Ameri-
. can Trade Union Council for His-
tadrut: Jacob Katzmar.. chairman.
Labor Zionist Coordinating Com-
; mittee in the United States,
; Yehoshua Levy, treasurer of His-
tadrut in Israel: Pinhas Sapir. Is-
rael's Minister of Finance; and A.
' Agmon. director-general of the
Finance Ministry.
prem.n
time
dore b^
sending
enouih
Soviet 1
ps. the Soviets must
Jy to assure air su-
a/er Sinai when the
This can only be
^gfrig into Egypt, and
lr>'combat over Sinii.
Jtlilional squadrons of
G-21s to beat down the
tiny buL-supi*Jv'I*r:.eii air force
bv sheet W"!sht'o? members.
IMKS8 Alii, that they are now
doing is"Sthr jSheorest bluff. th
Soviet* lot Wfcdst the Soviet
general staff' nvst c'^arlv be
ready ^r.this kind of fucther
int'-rvefltisn. Otherwise, all else
they are dbing is sheerest lunacy
As to the puzzle's othe- miss-
ing piece, it has to be deiiee-i
from the Israelis' intransi^nc^.
Unlike Amen aw>, they have
never deceivjfc||kMUelve about
the d;?ngersj Bfejtfv'>r them
They must V^^W'T'9'y have an
ace in the hole, which they c*n
use if worst comes'to worst. So
what we are perhaps talking
nuclear war!
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At the recent JNF banquet were, from left, (seated) Mrs.
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Mrs. Yafia Dermer; (standing! Rabbi Mayer Abramowi'.z,
Sam Pascoe, honoree ct the event. Mis. Pascoe and the Hon.
Mayor Jay Dermer. _______^___
Missile Stand Is Softened
Con't from Page 1-A
strong U.S. diplomatic support
cinch Km: I i!urine the recent
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on their part was expected.
Israel is seen as preparing to
return to the Jarring talks as a
means of keeping the extended
cease-fire in effect. Government
officials privately concede that
Egypt would not be able to con-
tinue the extended cease-fire be-
yond its 90-day period if the
talks continue to be stalled. But
Israel is not likely to make such
a move until just before the
extension expires, thus assuring
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the guns' silence for an addition-
al period.
London Daily Express corre-
spondent Chapman Pinclier re-
ported last week that Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan will be
bringing proposals for an Israeli
withdrawal from the cast bank
of the Suez Canal in order to
permit reopening of the water-
way next month when he comes
to the United States. The story
was denied by Israeli officials,
who said Dayan's mission was
entirely concerned with the L'JA.
According to reports from
Washington, the United States
would not be likely to approve
such a plan. U.S. officials would
like to see the canal remain
closed indefinitely, thus prevent-
ing Russia from reaching the
Indian Ocean easily.
Friday, November 20, 1970
100 Lincoln Road
Men's Club Slate
For Coining Year
At the meetinc presided over by
oresident Samuel Pascoe, the nom-
I inatlng committee of the 100 Liri-
j o'n Road MeiVs Club presented
lie n*wsIate*'of officers for its ap-
proval.
The candidates.jniMham mail ike
lectcd at the next meeting on
Tee. 6. include Isador Safer, presi-
lent; Harry Sevel and Abe Rosi
vice presidents: Nat Friedman,
treasurer; Moe Reiffen recording
secretary; Phil Cantor, finnnc |
ird corresponding secretary; .' (
Fleishman, Sergeant-at-arm -.
The Board of Directors *
I omprised of Morris Hechler
Toldman. Morty Porwicn. Sid
! Xamerstein, Harry Aronsber N t
");amond and Nat S;-chs; past :- --
dent Sam-'el Pascoe was n I
"lonorary director.
Entertiinment chairman is Nit
v,.j0 Ben Goldman. Isador Safi :
V'eishman.HaTy Sevel, Isador
Oenvhman and cl-ib steward Ph;I
'.ubitz.
Procram for the coming son,
includes a Thanksgiving dinn >r and
how. a three dav vacation. Dec.
11-18, at the Hollywood Sp.i and a
N'ew Year's Eve party at the A!-
Tiers Hotel. Harry Aronsben; i
I Publicity director. Frances Bard
; Jind Ben Goldman are in charge
>f ticket sales.
5th Annual Auction-Bazaar
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The Hon. Yehuda Avner, (left) Emissary of Israal in Wash-
ington, joins Dr. Max A. Lipschitz (right), Rabbi of Temple
Beth Torah, in the presentation of the State of Israel Shalom
Award to Milicn T. Friedman, president of the congregation,
at the Temple Beth Tcrah-Israel Einner cf State Saturday
r.ight at the Fcntainebleau Hotel. In response to an app?al
by Dr. Lipschitz, membeis purchased mere than S250,6(J0 in
Israel Bonds.
Comedienne Will
Headline Show At
Anniversary Ball
Comedienne Joan Rivers, one of
the nation's best known ilisponsors
>f original humor, will headline
'.he show at Ccrlars of Lebanon
Efosi ital'a Anniversary Ball Dec.
12 at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
?hairman Saul Silberman said. He
invited her to the annual party
! r h:- h-acd her as h.cst of the
(.Johnny Cartel} T\' show.
Jewish Survival Requires
Commitment: Fisher
C'on't from Pujre 1-A
lion* which bred prejudice and
problems."
American Jews, he said, must
help black Americans and all
ulher underprivileged minorities
with pr;u'ticil programs to im-
prove their weirare, to provide
training and education t:> secure
homing and jobs, and the same
decencies of life that we ask
for ourselves."
Discussing tne needs of Amer-
ic.in Jewish youth. Mr. Fisher
recalled at the 38th CJF assem-
bly in Boston last year, Jewish
students appealed to the dele-
gates to understand the prob-
l-ms of the young generation.
He said many delegates came
to Boston "knowing but not
really believing that the Ameri-
can Jewish community faced th"
frightening" possibility that we
uld lose almost an entire gener-
ition of our young people.
' A year later." he added, "the
fact was that the American Jew-
i .iri.n-shlp had not found the
lc answer for bringing back
bur youth. Any competent sur-
\ ui our colleges would show
Hint out sons and daughters arc
Ptill slipping away in tragic num-
l -rs from the community we
have built and the heritage we
\ due."
He noted that one response of
the .....iniiuial leadership last
J par hatl been a recommenda-
tion that local Federations put
i-liege tndenN and youth-ori-
r-nted faculty members on their
boards and budget committees
to involve them in e immunity
programs ami decision making.
"A respectable number of Fed-
erations have now carried out
this suggestion but we have not
gone far enough," he said.
Some communities, he report-
ed had made special funds avail-
able to support "innovative stu-
dent or faculty-initiated youth
projects" and some local Fed-
erations and national Jewish or-
ganizations were developing
"various out-reach efforts" in
which students and qualified
adults "go and seek out other
Jewish students, meeting them
in their setting and involving
them in meaningful Jewish ac-
tivity."
Mr. Fisher reported other wel-
fare funds were "working seri-
ously to bring Jewish commun-
ity services the students them-
selvea wantin personal coun-
seling, pr-marriage ooanse'ine,
vocational counseling and help
with drug abuse problems."
Noting that Federations were
beginning to examine the quality
of Jewish education, he said
"truly Jewish education could
significantly help build and raise
Jewish commitment." He urged
Jewish communities to face this
responsibility "with their own
ill > commitment." and said
it was tho obligation of the ad'ilt
community "to understand that
nnr sons and .daughters are not
obliged to create their Jewish
community in the exact image
of our own."
ttivers abas appttirA mr
najor variety shows, with Kd Sul-
j livan. Carol Burnett and the Kraft
Music Hall and has eo-hosted the
i Mike Douglas Show. Joan, who has
two comedy records to her credit,
writes her own material and is
. surrantly working on a novel
about "everybody" in the business,
she knows.
The contemporary comedienne is ;
also an accomplished actress, hav-
ing toured to full houses and cri-
ical acclaim in "Luv," and made
a brief appearance in the Burt
Lancaster movie "The Swimmer."
She wrote creative material for
Zsa Zsa Gabor. Phyllis Diller. ,
Juliet Prowse and Bob Newhart
before she decided in 1964 to write
for herself and began to develop
her act. After a series of engago-
, mints she was signed for the "To-
night Show."
Scfieef Asked To Reconsider
TEL AVIV (WNS) Hillel
Seidel, a member of the Hista-
Irut Executive, has asked West
Foreign Minister Walter Scheel to
ceonsider his appointment of
Friedrich Karl Vialon as his chief
lolitical advisor. Mr. Seidel wrote
Mr. Scheel he has evidence that
Vialon built exte-mlnatlon eamos
in Estonia and Lithuania during
World War II.
Dr. Kronish To Review
Volume By Hie Wiesel
Dr. Kronish. spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom, will review
"Beggar In Jerusalem" bv Elie
Wiesel, at the Sisterhood's annual
Library luncheon Wednesday, in
the temple's auditorium, 4144
Chase Ave., according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. Meyer
'Cotler. Sisterhood president.
In charge of this annual Beth
'holom function are cochairmen.
Irs. Starl"y Levins >n and Mrs
Jar! Lundy. The unusual derorn-
iions. based on the "Wailing Wall"
n Jerusalem, are being prepared
by Mrs. Jonas Brotman and M'-s.
Lee Greene. Library chairman i5
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Does Israel Reallv Have Atomic Weapons?
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proa, Thui two yean ag
- of Jane s Ail the World*! Aircraft." a m
reliable source WTOta that "Iarael will have suitable
nuclear warheads of its own design available by
1970. produced in the Dimona P.eactor Centre."
A few months later, the Hamburg weekly, "Der
Spiegel." reported that Israel is already in possession
of "five probably six operational atomic bombs
BOOK MVfEW By Seymour B. Ifebmoii
The Almighty Performs A Miracle
THE IHCTIONABV falls to give
a definition of Made humor, but
the worda arc undi i itood to me-m
humor that i- -ardo.->ic and biting
It i.s very wry humor because it
hits too close to home and there-
fore produce! no belly laughs; it
doea little more than tickle our
riaibOHlei. Black humor, so un-
derstood, aptly dev.-rib<-s Albert Vorspan's small
book So The Kid* Are Revolting ? Sub-
Utled "A Game Plan for Jewi,h and All Other
Parents,' it i, published by Doubleday & Co., and
Kll! for $3.96.
In hii preface, the -uthor taya that his book is
tli<- product of a sharp pencil, a big mouth, and
"Uaucoup chut/pah." How right he is! Too often
the humor is strained or evident truth overclouds
nub-surface wit. An illustration of this statement
is the chapter in which proof is adduced that Jew!
who vote an- usually liberal, and that they "have
i/, positive, kne'-j'-rk re action to Jewish candidates."
The Yiehus Youth Rating Scale and all the other
chapters devoted to sending the mythical Harold,
the radical Jewish youth, to Iarael, to become a
rabbi, to marry him off, etc., are reminiscent of
Harry Golden's style. The apocryphal title to Gold-
en'l latest book, "Enough is Enough," should be
taken to heart by Vorspan. how>
The style and wit may be brar.'i i New Yorkish.
but it is typical for the rest of the U.S.A.. inching
all of the suburban areas except Long Island and
Connecticut. The author's geographic-il ethnocentr-
i'm and slight ridiculing of some r Tacts
from the pleasure of reading the book for this
reviewer.
We understand why a publixh'-r will accept a
book written by anyone who holds a high position in
any Jewish organization a larg? number of sales
is built-in, since many members will purchase a
book written by a professional social worker of their
organization. But why should the professional Jew-
ish communal worker write a book that is not in
keeping with the dignity of his religion and his co-re-
ligionists, and which does not help to improve the
image of the Jews in the eyes of non-Jewish read-
ers who may chance upon the book?
At We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
So The Kids Are Revolting... ?
IT IS NOT really profitable tc
argue with the Moscow prop-
agandists. What can you say to
people who maintain that Israel
is "Hitler Germany of 1970?"
There is also the jniint that So-
viet policies are devised in ac-
cordance with what th-y con-
sider to be Soviet interest! and
leaders can actually despise their own propagand-
rlem is on record that he reads books
gtmda pamphlet! and polemical arti-
tnstruction and relaxation. This i.s
tatesmen also dislike propagandists,
is that propagandists in the West
ublic scrutiny, while in the East
th.-y arc'preserved arid guarded as part of the gov-
ernment machinery.
The
are sul
In!
the Kych
argue with
Jewa may
ere is no point at all in arguing with
and the Ivanovs. But we have to
Jves. There is always a danger that
e the Moscow stuff.
-------------------------------------
Not so much Russian Jews; they know their
newspapers and radio networks. But Western Jews
may fall for it, or at least wonder whether there Ls
not, after all. some truth in what the Soviet prop-
agandists say. Perhaps Israel IS an aggressor .
Perhaps the Israelis APvE after new territories, and
not merely security .
Historians tell us that, In the Middle Ages, Jews
SO often accused of poisoning the wells that
some of them believed that other Jews had per-
haps done so. The same happened with the taunt
of usury.
The Jews outside Russia, especially the younger
ones, need reminding from time to time that the
modern Soviet propagandists are tremendous liars,
people who can out-Goebbels Dr. Goebbels and out-
Streicher Julius Stretcher,
The other day, a young friend of mine, an Ox-
ford graduate, brilliant and perceptive, confronted
me with an article in a Soviet paper.
"Is it true?" she demanded.
In answer,. I quoted to her Sholem Alichem's
famous saying:
story is a lie." .
ne ii
ut to 20.000 :' TNT.
.....
'.and.'*
I- I that 1st leli technicians had found
grams or uranium
e of the Uead Sea v.
The Institute for Strategic Studies in London ri
lecret separation plant had been built
In the Negev, and threre the Israelis can pro-
duce six kilograms of p*.utonium per annum.
Earlier this year Jane's renewed its claim that
Israel has nuclear warheads of its own design, and
added that firing trials had been held in the spring
of 1%8, off Toulon, France.
Former U.S. Under-Secretary of State George
W. Ball, writing in the NY. Times had this to say:
"A desperate Israel might understandably be driven
to announce her intention to use an atomic weapon
as a last resort against the U.A.R. That she has
some kind of nuclear device and the ability to deliver
it is not officially established, but it is the probable
inference from several bits of evidence: the known
capabilities of the Dimona reactor. Israel's high
level of scientific and industrial competence, and
her steadfast refusal to sign the nuclear non-pro-
liferation treaty."
Those who speak and write freely about Is-
rael's nuclear bomb potential do not charge that
Israel will be reckless or trigger-happy in its use.
All agree that Israel's atomic bombs, if it has them,
will never be used unless the country is driven to
that step in a last desperate struggle for survival.
Does Israel really have the bomb? All I know
is what I read in the pipers.
.

Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
An Idea With Merit
A SYNDICATED columnist with
a wide readership and a wide
scope of interests, psychologist
Dr. George Crane is a voice for
wholesomeness. He deplores the
deterioration in morality which is
evident in various segments of our
society, and senses a relationship
between the flight from ethic.J
standards and a drop in stability in our nation.
"Why not pick jurors from those Senior Citi-
zens who have been forced to retire at 65? Then'
are thousands of competent, educated people, many
with college degrees who would make superb juror-
It would be a tonic for their minds, and the pay-
would boost thoir income," ho declares.
Dr. Crane is also involved in another field:
matchmaking. He is the founder of the Scientific
Marriage Foundation. Unmarried persons may ob-
tain data about this group by writing Dr. C
The only address you need is Mellott, Ind.
Dr. Crane is also an idea man. In his books he
has given parents and teachers ideas on ways to
make the process of learning intriguing, so that
youngsters will not feel that they must learn, but
will be moved to want to learn.
Dr. Crane's ideas merit consideration. He notes
that it is difficult to find people to do jury duty:
many people bitterly resent the loss of time in-
volved in the citizenly chore of serving in court-
rooms. So. the good doctor suggests, why not in-
volve retired elderly people in this important
assignment?


November 20. 1970
*Jewist> norlcMain
Page 15-A
This Week In History
\ ,r, A This Week: 19S0
I Minsk Soviel rejected n plea
| icilities by Jewish
..,-, because it was written in
Jl, instead of Russian even
i (he S iviet president and
' his colleagues spoke Yi.i-
hid not Russian.
| i wish beegar wi< found
Bn ipparenl su'eide, i'i
., | | ynngo'!U In Haifa.
Th Soviet Union granted eco-
nomic privileges and rights to 100.-!
000 Jewish artisans.
For the first time in reestab-
lished Poland, national elections
' without a single independent
Jew in the Senate.
A Budapest court acquitted all
82 defendants in connection with
the anti-S mitic outbursts in B rs
"h-i in .lily. Ms > freed were 17
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Jews accused of fighting hack.
Berlin police president Grzesin-
skl warned the Nazis he would ban
them if they continued attacks on
political opponents.
Jacob Benjamin Katzenelson,
Hebrew-Yiddish writer and fath r
of poet Isaac Katzenelson. died in
Lodz at 75.
Mr/Hy picon, starring in "The
Girl of Yesterday" in New York,
lenied rumors she woul I join D
W, Griffith's film company.
10 Ifears Ago This Week: lftfift
A personage identified only as
"the third mm" in the Lavon Af-
' 11 was sentenced to 12 years for
violating the Official Secrets Ordi-
nance and the Slate Security Law.
The Jewish Agency reported its
debt had increased S">:i million in
'ess than five years.
The Boa i ol Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews marked it- 20 .-. anni-
r>
Yaacov Cahan, Hebrew poel
whose so te. "In Blood and Fire,
i Fell' bee me the Hashomei
th( me, d -d in Tel Aviv al 79.
Ftol ius Party an
by Premier David Ben-Gurion's re-
ted n commendation of "sepa-
ration Ol chU v'n and state." warn
.I of "grave consequences."
The Joint Commission on S <. il
Action of the United Synagogue
of America, the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of Ami rl -a and the Nation il
Women's League urged the aboli-
tion of the House Committee on
Un-American Activities, which it
said hid launched a "completely
unjustifiable assault on religious
liberty" 'n making charges against
the National Council of Churches,
Israeli second arv-school teachers
struck over "foot-dragging" on
their paj-i aise demam s.
To permit Dr. Robert Servatius,
a German, to defend Adolf Eich-
mum, the Knesset u issed an
amendment to the Advocates Or-
linance, under which non-Israeli
Bar members v.vre barred from
court.
Dr. Morris Tepper, Ami
scientist born in Palestine, was
credited with developing and
launching the Tin s il meteorologi-
cal satellite.
Reward Finul Set Up
WASHINGTON, D.C. Spear-
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"Ofe wJislh Floridian
jmi, Florida Friday, November 20, 1970
Section B
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
South Florida Represented
At Region Convention
'legates from nine South Flor i Both Torah Congregation and co- the subject "The New Crisis in Is-
ngregattoiu will join with chairman of the Commission on reel's Foreign Relations."
30 Southeast congroga- i Jew ish Education of the South-1
. at the Biennial Convention east Region of the United Syna- Temple Emanu-EI of Miami
. United Synagogue of Amcr- gogue of America, will chair the I Boacn- wil1 bc ont' of ,mco con-
this weekend in Atlanta, Ga.. I sessions on Education, grogations receiving the coveted
theme of which will be "Pri-1 Rabbi Paul Freedman, director Solomon Schcchter Award in rec-
jf the Department of Youth Activi- I oRmt'on of its pioneering effort as
ties of the United Synagogue of i,ho flrst congregation in the South-
America, and of its Israel Affairs | past to establish a Solomon Sehe-
Commission. and the Honorable cn"'r Da>' School. It is also being
r
\ in Jewish Life Education
,, 1 The Collegian."
Conference will emphasize
d for the Jewish community
ilace highest priority on those
Icients in Jewish life best do-
Died to strengthen the Jewish
iple. The achievement of Rabbi
\.t Abramowitz of Temple
ih, in passing a resolution
lich requires congregation mem-
I. to contribute to UJA, will be
khlighted, illustrating practical
\, asures to take on behalf of Is-
le!. Allocation policies of local
derations will also be analyzed
pith a view of emphasizing priori-
es different from the ones pre-
liling.
Seminars In Education will be
fed by Dr. Morton Siegel. director
It the Commission on Jewish Edu-
fction of the United Synagogue of
|i ; i. He will discuss teacher
programs, the devclop-
: high school programs, and
riment in parent edu-
paralleling the Khool edu-
i| their children, Abraham
Moshe Gilboa, Consul General of
Israel in Atlanta, will load a semi-
nar on ways of strengthening ties
to Israel. The seminar will fea-
ture the parable program of the
United Synagogue of America to
Israel, the United Synagogue JNF
Forest, political action, and the
need to duplicate Temple Menor-
ah's achievement with regard to
UJA.
A seminar on the college age
student will be led by Mark Loeb.
director of the College Age Pro-
gram of the United Synagogue of
America, New York City Region.
Here emphasis will be placed on
those programs best designed
to maintain a committment on the
part of the collegian to Jewish life.
Particular attention will be di-
rected to the problem of the New
Left op the campus.
Dr. James K Sheldon, noted
foreign co-respondent and column-
n, educational director of ist. w'll sneak at th" banouel on
recognized for extending its Day
School program to the seventh
grade. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanu-EI will atdress the
convention on the subject "The
Day School in Jewish Life Today."
The convention will begin with
a special Torah Study Weekend led
by Dr. Siegel, who will teach the
JOUST STATEMENT ISSUED BY
ORGANIZATIONS9 PRESIDENTS
A joint statement was issued Wednesday by Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau, president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
and Milton Weiss, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, on behalf of their organizations expressing deepest sorrow
over the recent tragedy which occurred in Pakistan. The State-
ment read:
"The devastating cyclone which took over 6O.C0O lives and
which may bring the toll to :0-."">;;0.00u is one which stagger-
the imagination. It has left in its Wdke vast numbers of injured
destitute, and bereaved.
"The Rabbinical Associati in of Greater Miami and th
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, therefore, call upon the
Greater Miami Jewish community to come to the aid of the
Pakistani victims and to offer immediate help. The America.1.
Red Cross, 3020 Biscayne Blvd., has indicated that aid in the
form of monetary contrib itions can be sent to their office.
"Once again, we have occasion to demonstrate the most
sacred of all religious doctrines, namely, that we arc our brothel's
keeper.
"Our sorrow and sympathy go out to the multitude engulf'' .
in this huge tragedy. We pray that they will bo given the cour-
age and the means to recover from this devastation and that they
go on to rebuild their lives and their land."
u-j..,-!, firnn Mppt IinR- Hcrzl Group"s regular meeting
Hadassah broups meet is schC()uk,d Monday noon in the
The Eddie Cantor Group of Ha- Aigiers Hotel with president Mrs.
dassah was to hold its regular u. ...
assembled delegates on the subject meeting in the Fontaineb.eau ^^^^^^^^
tel Thursday at 11:30 a.m. with I What s New in Hadassah will be
Continued on Page 13-B Shirley Green, president, presid- shown.
Honorary Fellow Title
To Be Conferred On Rabbi
K onish, spiritual
pie I'.i th Sholom,
.'h. will be the rec p
; itle of Honorary Fel-
i ening, Dec. >.
x ellency Avraham Har-
esident or the Hebrew
sity and former Ambassa-
Israel to the United
St s. will come to Miami Beach
ss!y to confer the Follow -
I p
inly rabbi in the United
Si named to serve on the
'' University intcrnation-
I i o: Governors, Dr. Kron-
ish is president of the Alumni
i tion of the Hebrew Union
C e-Jcwish Institute of Re-
national vice chairman of
Isi Bonds for Reform Congre-
mi mber of the Board
and national vice
of American Jewi sh
ss. He is n former mem-
be] il th Executive H lard of
lh i > ican Rabbit and is past national
chairman of the Board of Amer-
ican Israel Histadrut.
Rabbi Kronish has jusl been
named associate campaign chair-
man of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
According to Jack S. Popick,
honorary president of the South
Florida Division of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Avraham Harman will
address the leadership of Temple
Beth Sholom and the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity at a traditional dinner pre-
cluding the 8:13 worship service,
which will he combined with the
conferral of the honorary fel-
1 twship.
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Yuken, dinner chairman, and Michael Litvak, director of the
Israel Bond organization. Mr. and Mrs. Boruch Shames, both
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Friday. November 20
Ben Novack Bequest:
One Million Dollars
tck in arranging the Si 0
- li teeniest
Th.- Miami Beach hotelmar.
:s currently con .:>'in-
sion
the city's Tjjri-t I)'
Authority and his playe
It I l'>pm>- lit a
> one of t!
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> l>ui>i th.- Ben Novack On-
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Cabinet Will Hold
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BIN NOVACK
No\ ':. found iwner of
I
1.< i Hoi 1.
"" tde at a
brunche >:i meet it g of th" i-i
Hist idrut C ii > :th Flor-
ida, Thursday m -rr.nz at the Fon-
taini lei i Hot! hosti d by M -she
Gilboa, Cons ', neral of the
State of Israel, in honor of Yeho-
-shu i i.. vy, treasurer of i\v If. -
tadrut in Israel. Mr. Levy made u
o" I to Miami Beach to
' th lea li- of the Amor-
ican 1st ii : Histadrut Foundation
The Histadrut Foundation will
receive $250,000 o th" $1.000000
contributed by Mr. Novack. The
Jewish National Fund also will re-
ceive $250X03. An additional S500.-
0CO will Ix" allocated to Israeli
charitable causes through the Is-
rael Bonds Organization, Consul
General Gilboa reported.
"By this bequest, I>n Novack
has ibown that he fully under-
stands that every American Jew
has an additional dependent, aside
from his own family. That de-
pendent is the State of Israel,"
aid Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi ol
Miami Beach's Temple Beth Shol-,
om and national board chairman
of the Histadrut Foundation.
Rabbi Kronish praised Frank
Bricknsan, Miami Beach commun-
ity worker, for working with Mr.
Lodge Sponsoring 89th
Birthday Celebration
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodgi
No 1591 will sponsor the celebra-
tion of Dr, Abraham Wolfsor's
S9th birthday Tuesday at 12:30
i p.m. in the Di Lido Hotel. Dr.
Wolfson, who is called the "Sage
of Miami Beach," has not missed
a luncheon meeting of the Mianv
Beach Lodge for 15 years, and car
boast the same record with the
Zionist Luncheon Club, where he
nts a review of the ir.- -.i
Jewish news from around the
world,
Horn in Lithuania. Dr. Wolfson.
who came to the United States in
1902, graduated with a degree in
dentistry from New York Univer-
sity. He turned his practice over j
to his son after 35 years, and re- '
tired in Miami Beach. He founded
the Spinoza Forum for Adult Ed-
ucation in 1935 and has written
many articles for newspapers and!
magazines as well as several books
which have received acclaim.
MORTON SILBiR.'.'.AS
Tuesda '
f the Gi
Miami J' v. ish F< d i ation ho
d of a s. :.-- ssioi
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ship Cabim t. has annoui
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Ik twi n th ; am 1 and i
of the Young Leadi rship C
on the stn ngths nd we km -- -
it: the community I discussioi
of the kind ol community in which
we want to live and
children.
Morton Silbl I
retarv. a member ol th> Board of
Directors of th'- Greater Miami
Jewish Federate,r. and ch lirman ol
the Federation's Community Rela-
tions Commitf< e. will chair the
discussion, Harry B. Smith, trea-
surer and board member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
and Mrs. Burton R. Levy, presi-
dent of the Federation's Won
Division and a member of the
Federation's Board of Directors
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Friday. November 20, 1970
rJewisii Fkridhton
Page 3-B
Officers Elected By
Music & Arts League
ic Miami Beach Music and Arts
gut hahs announced its officers
I directors elected for 1971.
.idore Oberlander, former dis-

li
I
|i (flu
nal
I
ISIDORE OBRLANDtR
;er of the Metropolitan
urance Company In New
IS elected president, to
Walter Palevoda, assist-
. ; of the Opera Guild,
served as president for
two y<
rs named at the League's
lection also include Sam
' is ph L. Goodman, Ben
Sol Liskin, and Moe Zip-
presidents; Hyman Cleon.
: Essie Greenberg, record-
Lkwoy Orientation
L ntation program for new
I (it the Parkway Gen-
1 II ;'''d Auxiliary was held
iweek under the direction of
1 uel Leb and Mrs. David
I !. Mrs. Crowell, former
1 of the Auxiliary, and
is. In S1 'ii.'. M< mbershipvice
represented the Auxiliary
th nnual conference of the
i of Florida Hospitals In
B< ich recently.

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inp secretary. Lillian Baker corres-
ponding secretary, Ruth Freeman,
social secretary, Mr. Lawson was
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee.
Newly-docled members of the
Heard of Directors include Irving
Billig, Maxwell Bticii... iuinme
Broad, Mildred Cantor. Louis Cutt-I
ner. Hon. Jay Dermer, Pauline
Eierman, Nathan Gilman, Chuck
Hall. Carolyn Hess. Herman Big-
ger, Rose Lawson, Ray Liskin,
Joseph Malck, Vesta Redmon, I.....
Reiser, Ernest Silverman, Fannie
Silverman, Violet Tamas, Tanya
Wolshln and Samuel Woolf.
Also serving as members of the'
Board are Ruth Brotman, the
League's founder and first presi-
dent, and Herman Binder. Louis
Siegel, Boris Graber, Louis Hober-
man, and Mr. Palevoda, all past
presidents.
The League this season is cele-
brating its 20th anniversary. The
organization encoui a tea and assists
cultural events In the community.
Some $2,0 I in scholarships were
awarded last season to t lento d
young Dade County students.
Monthly musical, social and oth-
er programs are held for th
i ue's 1,000 members. All events
this i~ hi w ill be held at the
Carillon Hotel. A combined instal-
lation-dinner-show will be held at
the Carillon on Saturday, Dec. 26.
Dr. Schvvartzman Speaker
Dr. Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of Greater Miami's
Bureau of Jewfch Education, will
speak on the topic "Judaism and
Literature" at the 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day breakfast seminar sponsored
by the Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Kl, Hollywood in its Tobin
Auditorium. 1351 S. 14th Ave. The
theme of the hi-weekly seminars
is "Jewish Contributions to the
Arts, Science, Literature and Re-
ligion."
Louis I. Fox, immediate past
president of the Council of
Jewish Federation and Wel-
fare Funds, has been named
national chairman for Com-
munal Resources in the Is-
rael Bond drive. He will have
the major responsibility of
mobilizing large-scale finan-
cial resources for Israel's eco-
nomic development through
the sale of a special issue of
State of Israel Bonds to wel-
fare funds, federations and
other public charitable, re-
lligious and educational in-
stitutions banks, pension
funds and other fiduciary in-
stitutions, paying 5.5o in-
terest per annum.
Miami Beach Reporter, North Dade Journal
Hialeah Home News, Coral Gables Times-
Guide, Congress of Senior Citizens, Inc.,
William Wolar, John A. Cavalier, Centro
Hispano Americano, National Association of
Retired Veteran Railway Employees, United
Transportation Union, Dade County Mobile
Home Owners Civic League, and Airline
Maintenance Lodge 702,
Sam is a member of B'nai
B'rith Freedom Lodge, Jewish
War Veterans, and Temple
Beth Moshe.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
FOR
METRO COMMISSIONER
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9-Je^lsf fUrId/an
Friday, November 20, 1970
PTA Meeting
Features Panel
. first Heta a- Academy PTA'
' 7 -

- H Id T feayer presid
ed.
will be a pel
. | I H itrf -
trill Dr. Axn 11 Kbss. a psj -
: Dr. Arnold
tcuss the l
f the S ties1
I and Goal>." Mod-
. ::. KV nan I i S
--. : im ipal.
Kasa i a graduate of Lau-
a! School. Switzerland.
, doctor of int
lidro In Miami B^ich for th<>
- : yeara, Dr. Kass servo- -
iical consultant of the Hebrew
.demy. He is a Fellow of En-
rinolosy at the University of
imi Medical School and a di-
r- :tor of the Association of Or-
: \ Scientists.
Dr. Cheney is a professor of
jcation at the University of
Miami A lecturer, author and
writer, he is a specialist in ehil-
crens' literature and language
ftrts. He has been a resident of
Miami since 1964. coming from
Ohio State University whore he
j-ceived his Doctorate.
Dr. Hutman received his A.B.
' Tee in Psychology from the
John Hopkins University and his
medical degree from the Univer-
>.ty of Pittsburgh. He served as
Tesident and Teaching Fellow of
Psychiatry at the University of
Pittsburgh-* Western Psychiatric
: -titute.
Since coming to Miami this past
. : isistanl
Psj dati : Outpatienl
Psj -
ency S '
tal and Clinical Instructor In
Um Univi rsit* o|
.) .
Mrs. Mo gram
chatrnHHfol the P.T.A. will
the program. Students of the
ol de-
- have been invite
I the meeting with
; in the ojue
and answer period whk
the panel's presentation.
Brief reports of the pi
plans of the PTA will be pre!
by the various chairmen. Plans I
the forthcoming annual ca
will be reported by Mrs. Leonard
Adler, chairman.
Students Plan Careers In
Jewish Community Centers
Some 66 students, now in grad-
uate schools of social work under
84 scholarship and fellowship
grants valued at S16S.400 are plan-
ning careers in Jewish commun-
1 ity Centers. Morton L. Mandel.
I president of the National Jewish
Welfare Biard iJWBi has an-
nounced. JWB is the National As-
I sociation of Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHAs.
Of the 84 grants. 46 are spon-
sored by JCCs and Vs. 27 are
national grants and 11 are made
through JWB Councils. The 27 na-
, tional grants total $61,000 in value.
Seventeen of these are Herman
1 Muehlstein Foundation grants and
I went to students from the Greater
New York area.
Ferrer To Appear
At United Fund's
Victory Celebration
;" rrer I
ike a
lion Th
njghi before a i ol I 200
lers
ides Hotel
nitd Fund
Vicl '
. .:':
m 1 i
li their final lorts, The
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th" 5.414 i

lists it the 43 a I
in t ity.
Dr. Henry King Si ml wil
. | | i
ien chairman, Thomas C
W tsmuth who cr il I
giving pi
called
In wh was a hard year I
dally, with --
highest peak, and I mi sm, our.
major Industry over 9
lion from last year, the strength
lof the Dade County United Fund
organization was put to the test, i
If late contributions come in as;
anticipated, the Dade Fund could |
have the greatest campaign in its,
history in 1970.
Ambassador Netcnel Lorch (left) confers the State of Israel
Shalom Award upon Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Siegel, as Rab'r i
Mayer Abramo-.v.tz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah
extends his congratulations at the temple's annual dinner c
behalf of Isrcel Bonds. Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chairman o'. th
Women's Division of the Israel Bend Organization, also con-
ferred the Woman of Valor Award upon Mrs. Siegel.
Wounded Servicemen Will Spend Weekend As Guests
Some 25 wounded lervteenv n
are in South Florida for a week-
end of rest ar.d relaxation in a
program called "Operation Flor-
ida.'' The Miami Beach Hotel As-
sociation is hosting them, and pro-
viding their accommodations. A
Jewish War Veterans committee
was on hand to greet them as they
arrived via Delta Airlines.
The servici men will spend a re-
laxing evening in the company of
JWY Auxiliary members Saturday
in the Barcelona Hotel's Comedy
Box. where they will enjoy dinner
and dancing as well as the comedy
I of Adams and Marsh.
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~<3ewish Floridian
the \AJontan s \AJorla
Friday. November 20. 1970
Page 5-B
Maribel Blum To
Receive Award
\
Maribel Blum, in whoso honor
he primary facility of the new
IVount Sinai Medical Center will
[,. named, will be feted as a Hu-
| initartan Dec. 6 when the hos-
tal holds its President's Ball at
Pontainebleau Hotel.
The gala mte to those benefactors who
ive contributed Si million or|
ire to Mount Sinai's dcvelop-
ent campaign. Mrs. Blum's gift
irmarked for construction of
eight story Maribel Blum Nu-
ir Medical Research Building,
which construction is scheduled
t begin in the near future.
i he Blum building will be the
major project in the 663-bed Mi-
am Beach-based hospital's effort
to expand its present facilities
into the Souths most complete
medical center. Other components.
ill already under way. include In-
n ised emergency and radiology
ireas, a paramedical education
uilding. and a department of nu-
lear medicine equipped with its
vn cyclotron.
Mrs. Blum and her husband.
H irry, retired hoard chairman of
the James B. Beam Distilling Co.,
e been substantial benefactors
lealth care institutions through-
u the United States. Among the
>ir generosity in
Chicago are the
\ Memorial, Columbus Me-
n il, Mercy, and Michael R-csc
H litals; in Houston they have
supporters of Methodist Hos-
it the United Sta
ficiaries of the
hometown of <
The President's Ball will be In
the tradition of Mount Sinai's Ju-
bilee Balls, featuring the music of
Jerry Marshall's orchestra. Chair-
man of the arrangements commit-
tee Is Paul Faske.
Auxiliary's Party
To Honor Mollie
On 70th Birthday
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
Aged, are honoring thei- popular
life honorary president. Mrs. Mol-
lie Silverman with a 70th birthday ,
party. The event, which will be
he'd at the Doug I is Gardens Ruby
Auditorium. 151 NK 52nd St.. Sun-
day, at 1:45 p.m. will be hosted by
Sol Silverman. the honored guest's
genial husband.
The residents of Douglas Gar-
dens, and Mollies manv friends
will help her celebrate this joyous I
occasion.
Mrs. Louis Makovskv. program
chairman, has arranged an enter-
taining program featuring the well-
known siniri^g star. Ann Kay, poo- j
ular pantomimisi and dance man.
Sye Green, ami beautiful conti-
nental nriic by the celebrated j
pianist. Ok-a Bibor Stern.
The pubMc is invited. A SOCia'
hour will follow. Bus reservation?
to Douglas Gardens may be se-
cured bv calling Mi**. Maurici
Astrov, or Mrs. M. S. Tiuell.
Chapter Meetings
()f Pioneer Women
Pioneer Women club No. 2 will
honor Rose Marcus and Sarah
Sporn at a luncheon In the Royal
irian Restaurant, 731 Wash-
ington Ave.. Wednesday noon.
Guest speaker will be Miriam Gin-
gold. National Advisor. Vocalist
Will be Samuel Heifet/ with Helen
Skolnick at the piano. Prancea
Packer, Oiapter president, will
preside. Esther Shedroff is lunch-
. eon chairman.
Coral Gables Chapter of Pioneer
Women will celebrate Jewish Book
Month With a Book Review, fol-
lowing the regular meeting Wed-
nesday at 12:30 p.m. in th.' Com-
munity Room of the Security Fed-
e-al oan Association, at 6075 Sun-
set Dr., South Miami. Chairman
for the year will be announced at
this time and plans for the year's
activities will be projected.
G Ida Meir Chapter will h ild
Its regular meeting at the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave., at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Milton Green will review the
book "Golda Meir Israel's Lead-
er." by Marie Svrkin. Rose Abels
Wi'l be hostess for the afternoon.
Mrs. David Lippman, president.
will preside at the meeting.
Mrs. Cohen Heads League
Conclave's Local Delegation
Blums have hen longtime
nter residents of Miami B^ach. i
i' re M Blum, an accomplished
breeder >f thoroughbred horses, is
nong the leading figures in local
: circles, She also has been
laimed as being among the
st-drc -, I women In the nation.
Dora Meisel Reviews Book
The Golda Meir Ch inter of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will h"ar
"Ernestine Rose." bv Yuri Suhl
reviewed by Dora M< isel at th"
regular meeting Tuesday at 1 p.m.
mi rhe pi rty room of Seasons
South. 5001 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. The public is cordially In-
vited to attend.
10th Anniversary For
Friendly Social Club
The Miami Friendly Social Club
will celebrate its 10th anniversary
on Nov. 29th with a dinner-dance
at the Israelite Center. 3175 SW
25th St. The 6 p.m. affair will fea-
ture Cantor Nathan Parnass.
The function is being h"ld on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Israel Emergency
Fund cammign Max Garshao\
"resident of the organization indi-
cated.
The Committee includes Joe
Shokolsky, Kalman Friedberg and
Mrs. Minn; Stieg.iiZ.
Mrs. Mildred S. Cohen of North
Miami, president of the Florida
branch of the National Women's
League, Is heading the local dele-
gation to the Biennial Convention,
of the National Women's League.
United Synagogue of America th.s
week. More than a thousand wom-
en leaders are representing Con-'
servative synagogue groups from
a'l over the United States. Canada.
Puerto Rico. Mexico and Israel at
the convention.
The current crisis in family liv-
ing and the breakdown of com-
munication between (he genera-
tions will be the subject of the
four days of deliberation, on the
basic them-, "And Thou Shalt
Love."
One of the highlights, a sym-
posium on '.he topic "Prayer'' will
be conduct d by Dr. Louis Finkel-
Stein, Chancellor of the Jewish
Tneolagic.il Seminary.
Delegates will be active partici-
pants in workshops, classroom
study and daily services, and wil'
hear outstanding speakers cover-
ing the 28 departments through
which the National Women's
League affiliates carry on their
international program of educa-
tion and service.
National Women's League
founded 52 years ago and to.
its membership embraces over 3
Sisterhoods. The Florida bra-
has been affiliated since 19fi0.
The official delegates to
convention are represontati-
From the 29 Sisterhoods in v:
Ida and Puerto Rico.
)
Sisterhood Holds First
Monthly Luncheon Event
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood was
hold its first monthly luncheor
the season, a gala luncheon
the form of "Home Comii
Thursday noon In the auditoriu
The Sisterhood will soonso:
bar-be-que Sunday at 5:30 p.m
the patio and auditorium of B
Kodesh. followed by a games pa
Sisterhood Installation Set
The Sisterhood of Temple I
Raphael was to meet at S p-
Thursday, at the Temple 1545 J-
ferson Ave. with Mrs. llyman B
cer. president, presiding for t
installation of officers and show,
of an Israeli film called "We H'-
You." with Moshe Dayan and Ai>
Khan. Mrs. Samuel S. Goldbe
I will be installing officer. Progra
chairman is Marv Gerstman.
I l
f
t
:a
' i
Menorah Chapter Meets
Menorah Chapter 1013 will hold
its regular meeting in the Wash-
ngton Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave.. Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Visitors
111 welcome.
Miami Beach was represented at "Second Tuesday" by.
among ethers, Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, (left) vice president, cam-
paign, Mrs. David Serns, publicity chairman, and Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes, program chairman.
13 Jewish Organizations
File Appeals Court Brief
Thirteen major Jewish organiza-
tions have asked the U.S. Circuit
nit of Appeals in Washington
D.C. to declare that the U.S. mili-
tary academies may not compel
adets to attend religious chapel
services. Present requirements for
compulsory chapel, the organiza-
tions contend, are unconstitutional
..nd "archaic vestiges inconsistent
with American traditions or re-
gious freedom."
In a friend-of-the-court brief in
thi rase of Anderson V. Laird, the
rganizatiora more than half
ni rabbinical and synagogal
"i~ argued that the lower
iurt which upheld compulsory
'I" I cm d in each of the groups
' set forth for its decision.
r, spfotal counsel of
ican Jewish Congress.
brief. The thirteen org-
Joining in it are: Ameii-
1.1'wish Committee. American
gross, Anti-Defamation
I B'nai B'ritli, Central
of American Rabbis.
n on Jewish Chaplaincy
,h" National Jewish Welfare
I- Jewish Labor Committee.
War Veterans, National
'"cl of Jewish Women, Rab-
leal Assembly, Rabbinical Coun-
' America. Union of American
r*** cngrcgations. Union of
lalni?x Tpw'ish CoBf^arat'ons
I'p, n'l,Hi Synagogue of America.
Totestant organizations who
also filed a- "amici euriae" set k
ing to declare compulsory chapel
] unconstitutional, included the Bap-
tist Joint Committee on Public Af-
1 fairs and General Commission on
Chaplains and Armed Forces Per-
il nnel, representing 41 Protestant '
denominations.
In their brief, the Jewish org- ;
I anizations challenged the lower (
court's declaration that the re-
. quin mi nt of compulsory attend-
j anee has a secular purpose and ef-
lc ct and there fore is constitutional-
ly permissible.
It has been th contention of
the Defense Department in the
case that cadets are required to
atti nd religious services becausi
i, Is i SSI ntial to their training as
Officers that they observe the
j spiritual behavior of worshippers.
The Jewish organizations' brief
called this a "rationalization thai
bordi is on the incredible," point-
ing out that cadets are required
to attend not any religious wor-
ship service, but services of their
! own faiths. The brief notes, more- |
, over, that an under-age cadet who j
wants to change from attendance
at the services of one faith to |
those of another must "demonst-
rate a sincere d< sue to affiliate
with the new church," as well as
obtain parental consent and the
approval of the respective chap-
lains involved: and that there is
no testing or grading of cadets on
what they learn from attendance
at services.
North Dade sent a large group to "Second
Tuesday." Participants posing with guest
speaker Sander Vanocur included, (from left)
Mrs. Fred Singer, seating chairman; Mrs.
Robert Forman, reservations chairman; Mrs.
Michael Pascal invitations and decorations
cochairman; Mrs. Mike Sumberg, chairman
of the day; and Mrs. Philip Bloom moderator.
i
More than 1.000 women participated in "Sec-
ond Tuesday" the community-wide educa-
tion day sponsored by the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Pic-
tured above with the guest speaker, Sander
Vanocur of fJBC-TV. cue. Souto J^ade partioi-
pants, from left. Mrs. Sol Landau, Visual
Presentation chairman; Mrs. Howard Trinz
Community Organizations chairman; Mrs.
Burton Levey. Women's Division president
Mrs. Milton Green and Mrs. Richard Brick-
man, moderators.


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+Je*ist> Fkrkfian
hiday, November 20. 1970
Sales Soar At Century Village
Sales at Century Village, an |
adult country club community in '
West Palm Beach, have shown a
healthy 58'r increase during the I
period July 1 through Oct. 31.'
compared with the same period
last year, marketing director John
B. Durst reported. The 223 apart-
ment units sold during the four-
month period reflect a total of
S3.252.370 in sales.
The condominium complex which
began operation in its present con-
c> pt only a little over two years !
ago has grown at a rapid pace.
Approximately 1400 units have
been built, sold or occupied in that
time.
The above sales figures show
Century Village is on its way to
becoming a best-seller success
story. Also to be considered is the
I that 622 units were sold be-
tween July 1. 1969 and June 30,
1970. The com] etion for
1 next 12-month period is 1.000
111 '-.
To meet the 1.000 figure, Miami
na have bo n expar
;: i charteri d I sea now leave
Miami on a weekly basis, taking i
the prosjxretive buyer to the de-
velopment without cost or obliga- :
tion.
Apartments in Century Village
include the two-story garden type.
which range in price from $10,990 |
to $15,890 and luxury lake front
apartments in the three-story ele-'
vator-equipoed building with range
&gm 18,990 to S25.49Q.
Durst cites several reasons that
make Century Village sales sue-
Ci Stful in a condominium market
that has softened while the Dow
Jones averages slipped. One is
that satisfied residents account for
a great precentage of sales refer-
rals through friends, relatives and
former neighbors. Another factor
is that the development has an al-
ready completed multi-million dol-
lar community center. Customers
can sec what they are purchasing
and that there are no empty pro-
mises.
The community center of Cen-
tury Village is a major selling
l>oint. It encompasses a complete
1.000 seat auditorium and th
with a fully equipped coffee shop
and kitchen for catering to dances,
meetings and banquets. Also, in
the building is a panelled billiard
room with 10 tables, a sewing
rcom completely outfitted with
modern equipment, an art studio,
an equipped ceramics room, beau-
ty parlor, a lapidary, music room
and wood-working shop. There is
also a library, social, hall, gym-
nasium and sauna
Other reereatii nal facilities in-
clude an 18-hole golf course, a 24
iane shuffleboard stadium where
the Hall of Fame shuffleboard
tournament is held, indoor and out-
door pools and lakes for boating
and fishing. A full time social di-
rector and staff set an active
schedule for the residents, includ-
big group tours throughout the j
world, professional entertainment
and community center activities
something for everyone. ,
Small building components have ]
been used. The 26 to 42 unit build-
ings allow Century Village develop-
ers to control their inventory and
| remain flexible, flowing with the
market.
There are aesthetic reasons why
people continue choosing Century
Village as their home and why
its sales are making success, also.
It offers a country club estate
type of living with a clean, light
and airy environment. Because it is
strictly planned and controlled, it
will remain thus throughout the
total 650 acre development.
Pools and sauna facilities are
being expanded in areas away
from from the main community
center as they develop, but tram
service is readily available from
any point to the community cent-
er.
as ,k
Residents discover they don't
need to own an automobile. Cen-
tury Village operates its own bus
service four times a day to down-
town West Paim Beach and shop-
ping centers including the Pall
Beach Mall, which is less than four
minutes away.
Century Village usually has *
few apartments on hand for im-
mediate occupancy. Many people
are buying now for later retire-
ment. The rental and sales division
can easily rent their apartr->-nt
for them, which makes such i
a sound investment.
Future of American Synagogue Is Topic
The future of the America!
^ue will I x : ired by Rabbi
Irving Green berg at 10 o'clock
Sunday morning during the Green-
field Adult Instil lecture s-
at Temple Israel of Gre iter Miami.
An Orthodox rabbi who is alsoi
an associate professor of history
at Yeshiva University, Rabbi!
Greenberg returns to the Reform'
Jewish synagogue to explore 'The
Rise, Decline and ------------ of the1
Synag igue."
Last year he spoke here as one
Exhibit And Sale |
Of Art Collection
George Baum. chairman of
the Beaux Ai tsC ttee of Tem-
ple Judea ni i h is an-
il tl fo ial opening of an
Exhil H i .1 Sali ol the Wm. H
A Coll ction, Thursday from S
to Op m. at the ti mple, 5500 I'
i Blvd., Coral Gables. i
The collection feat res litho-l
:-. woodcuts and etchings by
rtists as Dali, Picasso, Cha-
gall, Rembrandt and Renoir, and
will be open to m tmbers, friends,
and the public after Friday eve-
-. Saturday from 8 to
m., and Sunday from 1 to 4
p.m. Many choice collector items
will be offered at the opening only.
ver.
Part of the sale proceeds will be
allocated for aid to the State of
I-: icl.
of the panelists in the seminar on
family life and a return a|
ance has been requested by many
subscribers of the Temple Israel
in recent months, Rabbi G
bei who ad his doctoral
Harvard after being graduated
summa cum laude from Brooklyn
\ has expressed pi
tive views on the direction of Jew-
ish life in America before a num-
ber of national organizations.
The subject he has chosen for
his lecture this Sunday is of In-
terest to non-.! well, f >r
American churches
t crisis in contemplating the fu-
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60th Wedding Anniversary For The Morris Fishers
Mi", and Mrs Morria Fisher of I
22:17 SW 3rd St. hosted the Oneg
Shabbat at Beth Kodesh Connie-
fat ion Friday evening, Nov. 6, in |
honor ot their 60th wedding anni-
w riary, which they celebrati
Monday. Nov. 16.
Adath Yeshurun Players To
Present Old-Time Musical
Saturday. Di C. 12, and Sunday.
! i 13, the T. mple Adath Ye-
ah nun Players will present, an old
. ;. ,\ r- sic il melodrama en-
i "Dirty V, .'!; at the Cross-
s," at the t mple, 1025 NE
ueiii Gardens Dr., under the
| ction of Phyllis Lurie, theatre
|: t'.r tor \ irth Miami Beach's
I Committee.
'lie cast will include Norman
l.'.dni. Ran i Zivcrn, Tony Cutler.
f 111 Ab B ii' Bonishe,
'i il. Pollach, Florence Lewis.
e Dunn, S G< Iger and
: ene Zuckerman Curtain time is
B 30 p.m. Si' and 7 p.m. on
Sunday; tick.', are available at
t ie temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, who came to
the Miami area 25 years ago from
Brooklyn, N.y. aiv ,, .,,,,,,. Q|
tiiat congregation and the Papani-
colaou Cancer Research Institute.
Mrs. Fisher is also a memb-
Women's American ORT and Pio-
neer Women: Mr. Fisher founded
Masonic Memorial Lodge No. 29.
is a member of Southwest Lodge
and honorary member of s
other lodges. II- is active on the
hospital visitation committees and
participates in funeral services for
lodge members.
Mr. Fisher has been affil il
with Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co. Since 1909. Their son and one
of their two daughters also are
employed by Metropolitan,
Rabbi David Shapiro of Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood, who has served for the past five years
as president of the seven State Southeast Re-
gion of the Zionist Orqanization of America,
wa? presented with a plaque in recognition of
his outstanding services at the recent 33rd
Annual Conference of the Southeast Region
ZOA in Jacksonville. The presentation was
made by Sidney Raymond, of Miami Beach,
a national vice president of the ZOA, at the
Grand Banquet of the Conference. From
left are Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Miami Beach
a national vice president of the ZOA; Rabbi
Shapiro; Mr. Raymond; Maurice Pilsk of
cf Nashville. Tenn., the incoming president,
and Gil Rappaport of Miami Beach, the exe-
cutive director of the Southeast Region ZOA.
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Friday. November 20, 1970

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YM-YWHA Gclden Age Friendship Cub members recently
heard c report from Edythe H. Geiger on Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund needs. Fiom left are: Belle Re::er. presiden:.
Mrs. Geiger. Kerb Rubin, a member of the YMHA staff; Mrs.
Merman Fried, program chairman, and Mrs. Norman Bluger-
r.'.an, recording secretary.
Mrs. Dorothy Dlatt
<.
:nd
Mesivta of Greater Miami
Louis Merwitzer High School
Invite*
The Jewish Community
To
Presentation Of
SEFER TORAH CEREMONIES
Sunday November 22,1970
11:00 AM
MESIVTA HIGH SCHOOL
1965 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Refreshments Will Be Served
George Dunlevy, Jr., PhD.
ennouncei the opening of
his office for the practice of
Clinical Psychology
For Appointment
Telephone
564-7543
American Reading Services
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Ph.: lit-1151
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VISITING Hr.R FATHER
Mrs. Edwin Niman, who I
Great Neck. X.Y., is vl rith her father Dt
'.. ifson. founder and din 1
iza Forum for Adult Education. Dr. W
- 89th birthday will I
Spinoza Forum and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lode-? at th?ir luncheon meeting Tuesday in
::
AN I.MTUNC EXl'ERIENt E
! itsioei Saia Harris :-;
.... and her Scotch-Ii
D nald Melvin. had wi
.ough Greece recently. Thcj *ei
rughi at a hotel between the Corinth
I Corfu wnen an earthquake struck.
: :i ti rror-filled 1 .- hours in a lobby wh
no oi ipoke English, they finally returned
to their looms, only to have a second, but
violent, tremor stir them up again. They sot in
Um car and fled, she reports. Mrs. Harris saw.
among other things. Jackie and Ari Onassis'
island of Skorpios. the Blue Grotto on Capri, and
excavations at the Wailing Wall of Solomon's
Temple. Mrs. Harris, a world traveler, says she
now finds pollution tn the remote places of the
eartheven the Blue Danube is now brown.
GREAT MUSIC
A critic I'm not. but the Philharmonic Con-
cert in Dade County Auditorium was what I'd
call great. Brahms was a little too heavy for me
but the second part when Alexis Weissenberg
played the piano was wonderful. I loved the wild
discordant music of Bartok. Alain Lombard I
like a movie actor, but he conduct* like an artist.
I enjoyed looking for Sonya Balo^h who is assis-
tant concertmaster and her husband Ju'.ien who
plays the oboe. Herman Binder was there look-
ing younger than even in a tan beret. Harry and
Sue Zuckernick had just returned from the Fair-
mont Hotel in San Francisco. It was a friendly
happy audience which included Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Spector. Mrs. Sylvia Weinberger. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fine.
Miss Esther Lowenthal and Mrs. Sue Stevens.
THEY'RE HOME .
Dr. Hy Lieber and his Juliet, who are home
from their yearly trip to far away places, say
this vacation was simply wonderful. The stamps
they brought back from the countries they vis-
ited this time were the best yet. They did not go
to Istanbul as planned. There was a cholera
epidemic there and although they had taken chol-
era shots here they didn't think it was advisable
to drive through Asia Minor as they had planned.
They liked Isfahan and Shlnu better than Tehe-
...: simply unbeUey-
a'>: >, they clal"n Ir Shir tz they saw th rem i i
They
bey took come out as
5 the i s from thtii oth t ti
i!Iv s '!'
site I that
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1 Dindy Marder, who live in Las
V in for a quick visit with their fami-
lies Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Glueckauf and Mr. and
Mrs, Martv Mtrder. It was a fun family reunion.
The Glucckauis' two dogs weren't included in
the festivities but Barry and Dindy made a big
hiss over them. Mister and the new offspring,
Pookie" whose registered Merry August.
YES. sues HUMAN!
Everyone had just about decided that dynamic
Fran (Mrs. Burton i Levey was super-human.
President of the Woman's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, she is a perfectionist
in everything she does. Plans for "Second Tues-
day." a community-wide education day spon-
sored by the Women's Division, were perfect
down to the tiniest detail, including outstanding
Miami-made film and "the" Sander Vanocur. To
make a long gruesome story short, something
happened to all of the mikes and all of the care-
fully planned presentations, the interesting things
the audience is to'd before the sneaker takes
over, had to be cut. Later Rev a (Mrs. Irving'
Wexler and Marilyn Mrs. Harry > Smith, who
were with Fran actually saw her cry. she was
so upset r.r.' disappointed even though very-
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Temple Israel Singles
Single Jewish ailults are invited
to attend a meeting of Temple Is-
rael Sinples Club Monday at 8:30
p.m. in the temple. 6920 SW 35th
St.. Miramar. Good music and re-
freshments will be provided.
8'nai Raphael Auction
The Sisterhood of Congregation
B'nai Raphael will hold its annual
auction at 8 p.m. Sunday in the
temple, 1401 NW 183rd St. Hun-
dreds of items, including home fur-
nishings, clothing sporting goods.
Bigs, fabrics, dinners and week-
ends will be available.
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SAVINGS
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Airline Experience Required. Good
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Benefit!. Interview by appointment
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AN EQUAL OfPOtTUNITY EMPLOYER
Mrs. Rhea Davidson, who re-
ceived the first Sister Selma
Meyer Award at a Deauville
Hotel dinner sponsored by
the American Committee for
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem this week, chats
with Joseph Berg, Israel's
Minister of Health, above. At
left is Dr. David Maeir, the
hospital's direclor-general,
who was guest speaker at
the event.
Sheryl Malter Engaged
To Thomas A. Pritikin
Mr. ;md Mrs. Murray W. M.il-
i ter, 3167 Royal Palm Ave.. Miam'
Beach, announce the engagen nl
! of their daughter, Sheryl 7.. to
Thorn,is A. Pritikin. the sin of Mr
ind Mrs. Rlcha-d H. Pritik 'n. 7440
Miami View Dr., North Bay Vil-
lage.
Miss M-i'ter ^r-'dua'ed from Mi
ami Beach H'ch School and is now
attending Miami-Dad* Juni'v Col-
lege. Mr. Pritikin graduated from
Miami Reach High School attend-
ed Miami-Dade Junior rolie- "n^
Is now in the United States Navy,
stationed at Key West.
The wedding Will take place next
summer.
ORT Chapters To
Relate Its Story In
Local Synagogues
The 4.3C0 membei s uf Southeast-
ern Florida Fiegron, Women's!
American ORT (Organization for \
Rehabilitation Through Training!
will join their colleagues across
ation Fi Ida / evi ning in at-
dp si i ,4c s to relati
the story of ORT to the Jewish
ihy.
For 9 I j ars, op.T has woi ki d
I ssibli i ir Jews all
thi world to obtain voca-
dving them the
human dignity and
to be si lf-supi orting.
Tin 37 local chapti rs and the
vard C ntj
Kogu s and t. mpli s they will tx'
attending Include:
Temple Ner Tamld Atlantic
shin-'s, Mrs. L, Kanengieser, pres-
ident, and Bay. Mrs. J. Kosack,
president.
Temple Bmann-EI i Mrs. Sonia
Moskin. speaker)- Biscayne, Mrs.
Svd Sabloskv, president: Flamin-
" Mrs. Ethel Lichtman, presi-
dent: [slander, Mrs. Rose Gordon.
president; Miami business & Pro-
fessional, Mrs. J. Ratner,
dent.
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Temple Beth Sholom (Mrs.
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president; Pine Tree, Miss D.I
Kern, president.
Temple Beth Raphael Miami '
Beach Afternoon, Mrs. E. Schu- j
man, president.
Temple /.ionSouthwest. Mrs
! S. Schulemson. president; Kendall.
Mrs. H. Scuddy. president
Jewish Community tenter, N.
Bay Village -Treasure Isle. Mrs.
T. Tigger, president, as speaker.
Temple Sinai of North Dade
Grevnolds Park, Mrs. A. Agran.
| president.
Temi le Adath YeshurniiJade
Winds, Mrs. S. Selman, president;
! N. Dado. Mrs. J. Baruch. presi-
:dent; Point East, Mrs. L. Greene,
! president; Rolling Green, Mrs.
Fanny Liebman, president.
Temple Beth EL, Hollywood
; C overleaf. Mrs. Esther Cruz, pres-
cient; Pine Hill. Mrs. G. Piken,
j president; Meadow Brook Towers,
Mrs. Diane Berg, president.
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood
- Hollywood. Mrs. F. Kelly, presi-
dent; Hollywood Hills. Mrs. R.
Golden, president.
Temple Sinai. HollywoodHal-
landale, Mrs. M. Goldman, presi-
dent; Hollywood Beach. Mrs. F.
' Rose, president.
' Temple Isr.iel, MiramarMira-
mar, Mrs. J. Huberman, president;
North Miami, Mrs. D. Shifrin.
president; Ro-Mont Gardens, Mrs.
S. Schickler. president: Uleta
Park. Mrs. J. Rafalose. president.
Beth Torah CongregationOcean
Harbor, Mrs. F. Schofield. presi-
dent; Woodland. Mrs. P. Fcldman.
president.
Five generations of a pioneer Miami family are pictured
here; baby Warren Todd Coleman's mother, Mrs. William
Coleman, and grandmother, Mrs. Alvin Savage, are stand-
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is holding him, and his great, great-grandmother, Gertrude
Peyser Simons. He was born July 30 in Hendersonville, N.C.,
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Friday. November 20. 1970
Hebrew Free Loan Elects
Schwartz To 21st Term
3 \
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ISADOtt SCHWARTZ
: XA*rng officer! were e!<-ctea for
:*70-W71 jreflr: Isadore
.'/. president: Joe C. ZalLs.
lite p:> stdent; Franker,
I Krc- . president; Dr. Nathan K.
- r.reident::
- : :y. j^rarr! vice presi- '
nt: Cl
pub-
nt; Bi ssie Rappa-
; tt- /. i K'ir>-t. r-
_- ; : Kr-d Och'
'': ;. I ; '
I
21sl rm as
lei Isadoi Sd wi i tz
.. co-foui
Th- Hi bre Free I.
in the '
i p
. I f Great
?! mi ar 1 of'
Miami
h F< lerati cur Choi-
B
of the Hsha of
< M i. He is .-
r >( !h- K- Odd
M
;k' n 11 .- re-
> -'1 | urth 1 .' \
......:: -':
. Counsel ad-
Mr. K-<'Ut-
il. activii -
;. fo: ':,. I C mty
I lie Ex '. Comrnittei
n of the City of Miami
' i: i' R He is a
I rtnw in tl firm of Wal-1
& I
B I of Diree*
1' -. which r mbership and fund raising eon-
- .f: Judge Meyer M. Brilliant,
:
I ;
lien. Mas
R .>e Good-
K Max I
; Mau-
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St ah!. Ida
! i paid to ai
I
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I. 'ting the entire a.-- -
to needy. Through-
out its many; \- fa without fanfare or publicity.
helped many individuals and busi-
IKjau th.it nre today prosrrrous
I corner-stones of our community.
The namt of the recipients of
'loans ar always kept confiden-
OOQ have ben rmde during Its
existence.
In its inftfriey, The Greater Mi-
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion gave !o r? op to S25; a' the
-' time, the loan limit is
SI.000 per person or busl
are repaid on an in-
dividual basis to suit the ability
of each individual, so that the pur-
oi the loan can be fuii:
As the na i then ire no
interest or carrying ch
onl) th am i r.- I must
'> rej
of the organization now e*1
11 of $105.-
turing its
ence
Th<>
its mi ibers i I
-pecial
emerg : irhich pi
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! of small sums of
mom
Pre* tz i
contii n behalf
nd welcomed Dr.
l M iri i
mar. I rted officers
MANRJM Knurzm
Late Services Begin At
Temple Beth Raphael
services tt I new
- Mi will be held at Tempie Beth
Raphael Friday, beginning at 8:15
A special feature of the eve-
ning will be the installation of the
temple's officers and board of di-
rectors for the coming year.
Dr. David Raab. spiritual leader
of the congregation, will speak on '
'The Jews of Mexico and Other
Lands." Cantor Saul Breeh will
chant the liturgy; Nina Diamond.
newly appointed choir director,
and the temple choir will assist.
CARIH Chapter Benefit
The Gift of Life Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Re earch Insti-
ti'ie and Tiospital will sponsor a
hay ride square dance barbecue
at the Co Co Palm Dude Ranch
Saturday Nov. 28. at 7:30
Transportation will be provided to
the site from Burdine's at I
land. Judy Nussbaum is aco
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The Ray ot Ho;>e Chapter of
Haps seh'-oi luction, th.
Is of whiieh wiil bt^nefit ev-
ery child and young adult in th.'
school, will be held Saturday.
Dec. 5 at The Village Green
Country Cub. 12101 SW .T4th
St.. beginning at 8 p.m. Your
donation will he appreciated and
is ta\ deductible.
'.orxluill IndilMrirs of South
Florida will hold its Annual Open
House and Bargain Bazaar, F'ri-
:'rom 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the
tl re location, 2C0 S. Mi-
ami \'-' Mi -. .i in* s T. Gl
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iluni 111 be mai
ed wit ten
tment I I goods,
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Aid art obitois.
-ri'iiH- Leatgue of Miami
It nnual fair Sin
Nov. 29 it the Miami Art Center
grounds, 7867 N. Kendall Dr.
!; .if well known
ulpture, h
I >\v is. wind chl
casseroles fashion nd int
M icrame
on display.
Thi' <':iriuen N;i| -io Youth
Symphonv will give its seeoi I
:i ol the 1970-71 i
Sund IJ i' s !'.m. in the N irt
Miami Beach Auditorium, ITfiii
NK 19th Ave. North Mian
Beach.
The Famou* Retatirant, 671
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach,
marked the 25th anniversary of
its continuous operation recent-
ly when it reopened after an ex-
tensive remodeling project. At
the same time Morris Lernrr.
who opened the restaurant soon
after World War II. celebrated
his 50th year in the culinary
industry.
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Reception, Preview Sale To
Launch Fine Arts Festival
The Fine Arts of Betb. David
will launch its fourth annual Fine
Arts Festival, Saturday evening
RIANCA SAUltft
with i reception and preview sal
The exhibit will feature ovi r 200
pieo s i>: rare Judaica, never i
ire shown in the S uth; works of
art by internationa'ly recognized
painters, such as Tully Fllmus,
Si mund Menkes, B t, V ichanan Simon, Joseph Sol-
m, Robert Phillip, Alexai
Dobkin, Moshe Gat. and Wcin-
traub; and sculptures by Grail
Douglas, Harry Gordon, and Jim
Lewk.
Sunday is designated as Family'
Day. Children over the age of six
may select one of the craft work-
shops under the direction of noted
ceramist Henry Gordon. and
emerge proudly with a finished
masterpiece in either ceramics.
puppetry, enameling or painting.
On Tuesday another in the series
of exciting young artists Fine Arts
has introduced to the community,
will appeal- in a varied program.
Bianca Sauler will give the first
Miami performance of a work by
the composer Lazar VVeiner. whose
Yiddish Art-SongS She recently re-
corded. Her program will also in-
clude works by Puccini, Secunda,
Chajes, We'nberg and Gershwin;
Janice Feld will be her accompan-
ist.
1 soprano's n cit il,
t-go rs n ill be able to
Festival p itn ns will
ittend a ch impagnc n c
hosted I j \ torn y I;. neral-elei I
an I Mrs. R. be She in al their
home, where thev will be able to
m t the artist informally.
^; Saul Inn ;hter of the
Cant it B oklj n I n Ish Center,
sans le ?it in the Brook-
lyn College Or>era 1
seven ', recently made
her debut with the New York Cit;
Ojk ra ("oi ;
'jjsfe- ,
Askwyth's Award
To Be Posthumous
"
A
RABBI SH010M UPSKAR
'Live And Learn9
To B< Continued
Al Oliolci Torah
Oholi i T irah's "Live an I I tarn '
:'-.. w hich was ted lasl
yi is iin e> pet im nt to
vets ii ha\ ing child: en spend
w i eki nds ;t the homes ol their
teachers, living wi 'l as :
iboul their tr idil ion and re-
ligion, h into full swing
National Jewish Book
Month Observance Set
i he Buii au of .leu ish Educa-
tion is ,i ;ain sponsoring the .
itfaw ot National Jewish B
nth in the c.ii ater Miami mitj ing to an announce-
ment by Leonard Zill n a i
sident, i iries
and book stores to set up s\
..-. ol Jewish books dui ing
Ji wish Book Month.
Announcement of the ci
tion, from Nov. 20 to Dec. 20, has
i irculated by the Bun au to
all adult Jewish organizations ii
the community, together with a
ted list of Jewish books p
shed in 1970.
The Bureau is sponsoring two
public book rallies. Dr.*' will be
held at 8:00 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7.
at Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th
street and Ocean Drive. Miami
College Campus" will have student
' Israel in Peace and War." Dai
\i.-i/i will review the book, The
:'.e." by Leonard Slater; "~
Marim Kurman will present rend-, _,
la Yiddish, and a special !" 10COT Wometco Theatres
ung Judea group will present "The Wild Chi'd" is opening on
Friday al the Mayfair and Sun
.... "Diary ol a Mad Housewife" be-
nt Jm "T ':i; ;1 exclusive engagemenl at
a8.00 pm when the Bur. i ,,. (,,h. ,.Da A:u.,,,. and
m|.'1;11"" .""" !"" The ,,,s, Mercenary" ar^ on the
Public Library in its an- ,,,, ,,m a, M|:nri Cora] Way,
">""* Local Author's Night J7.h Av,,,;,. N,, n ,,, North
senvn PlT ,' '"'' V' *** "d *"* Blvd" DriVe"
at Biscjrne Blvd. A special ,, .., iwrs and
( llee'r n", "' '":, th 'thcr Strangers." Patio. Twin I
^0,l^e^puswill have students ..,, Carlyle w and ,,,,,,,,
irii ,'!' V a"U ? Par< Park-way; "Cactus Flow-
participants. Panelists will include ..,,,, .. .... .. ...
Rabbi Stanley Rlngler. director of Hallandale; colossus Plaza-
Hillel House. University of Miami, Hollywood, and "Joe." Gateway-
and Dr. Louis Schwartzman, ex Fl I auderdale.
utive director of the B in au ol
Jiish 1 Mi Ivyn B.
I s. \: pn sidi nt, will act
as modei.e
ials re bi ing circulated
,-h adti :
rag book n view s
ing the
particular!) during
Bo ik Month.
Mot ih I
.'
Duntov and Melvyn I'.. Frunkes,
cochairmi n; Mi Ii Ab< low,
Leon J. EH, i id Foglei
Rabbi Moi is i] per, Ri bbi Max
Mrs. David MusU.it.
M's. Anna R. Sintow, Mrs. Alfred
I':. Isaac i.ii i man, and
Mi s. J-.;::. Fl il !.
The Y.MI.'A ting with
the Bureau rf Jewish Education
.ii pro i Jewish Book
Month throughout the community.
Bee of it- success, which
a evid 'tit rom I
nts to c mtinue
this proje :t and the \ isible im-
provement in th;1 children's undi r-
standing ol the Sabbath laws and
customs, we ii I i bro i I n
the sc i| ol the pro ;ram to In-
t more fre-
quent inten .'-." s tid Rabbi Sholom
D. Lipsk tr, pi incip il of (>h I I
i "Only throu i th sincere
! dedication and i!e\ ot'oi
S .mi!; nnd em I ichers and
ich i igi am made
bie," h coi '' h r 'la-
that en ted I w
the s-
informal r mm
, tr dit ion rid
icademic."
Ti ii s who w*l
licet in
ky, ; I Shapiro Rabb
V ireus, R ibbi Suket Mrs Sh
niro, Mrs. Korf, M'-s i Mrs
Marcus, "... \ and M s
lacobo\
iWV lodges Complaint
MILTON, Mass. iWXSi Th"
i War Vet f the II
States has compl lined to the Co
lumbiti Broadc System re-
garding the tm sion inter-
\ iew \. ith I i is
te!e\. rJ on th p" ><;ram "60
Minutes.'" in wl i M ss Khaled
who failed in n .if- i" t to hij ick
El Al airliner on Sept. 6, sa
the e led of the h ckii w is I i
Ihe Jai : pe e talks and
ilso ttacked U.S lid to 1st '
"Al Hi" I i-t. time sh i lid have
been made nv lilable on the pro-
fit ss K led's as-
. ih JWV !
Louis Askwyth, 89, observed
Veterans Day twice a week. For
I nearly three years, he was the '
guiding force behind the corps of
25 volunteers average age 74,
all hut one retired -from IVnai
B'rith Maccabee Lodge, Miami
Beach, which \isits every Tuesday
and Thursday with patients at
Miami's Veterans Administration
Hospital.
For organizing this group, whose
wide-ranging activities at the hos-
pital total some 7.000 cumulative
hours. B'nai B'rith honored Mr.
Askwyth with its highest national
citation for community and vet-
erans work.
He was notified several weeks
ago of his selection from among
B'nai B'rith volunteers in more
than 2,500 North American units
as co-winner of the Col. Elliott A.
Niles Award, named lor the Jew-
ish bi rvice organization's fit it
nans affairs chairman. Mr, Ask-
wyth was to go to Washington
: \t March to receive the award
at the annual meeting of B'nai
B'rith's Community and Veterans
Sen ii is Commission.
But Tuesday. Nov 3, afti r a full
daj at the VA hospital Mr. Ask-
wyth was stricki n in his apart-
ment at 1000 Wi st Ave. He died
tl hours lati i in Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
E. Alberl Pallol of .Miami, chair-
man ol the B'nai l'.'riih commission
and a friend of Mr. Askwyth, has
announced thai the award will be
posthumously.
' l Asl .;/ > I The
Volunti 11 19G8
i
arian with a paeemaki r in his
i hi st. another blind.
Al the hopsital, they i un foaturv
'. il -. 1 ach courses ill
art, ceramics and leathercraft,
sist staff in the hospital's lab a
pharmacy, run billiard tourna-
ments for psychiatric orients,
and distribute magazines, fanriy.
toilet articles and clothing thou-
sands of items during the past
odd months.
They also engage in what hospit-
al officials call "campanion th -
iapy": assignments to individual
patients generally extended care
or geriatric cases with whom
they spend up to lour hours a day.
The members of the Maccah
Lodge group are continuing their
efforts under newly-elected chair-
man Jerome Bergor. "We think
that's our greatest memorial to
Lou." Mr. Berger says.
Star To Attend Premiere
Can ie S star of fie
picture "1.. i \ ol i M id Hou-cj-
wif ." is i -.; di .1 to nd -
at the Carib
Th, ire. Thu evening, N
showing ol th '
in th South will
Anna Ci
F! .accord
Te !('!i ii. ;
h Elks mimittee h mdl
Art Exhibit, Auction Set
The Young Tsiael ol Gri
Miami u ill ho d its annual u I
hibit an I auctii n al 1 p.m. Sun
it the i 990 NE l~lsl
St., igiritl
v orks bj S th ador I
Liebei ( R
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announces the opening of the
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Friday. November 20. 1970
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AARON RICKLES
:-. David, son of Dr. aid
Mrs.tSeymour Rickles. 9960 SW
22ndE5t.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah fcturday morr.ing. Nov. 21. at
ie O: Ok^fe. ....
A .iron, an eighth grade hjr.or
rt at Rsckaway Junior High
School. i president of his Bar
--
Dr. and Mrs. Rick!e< will host
the Oneg Shabbat follow-in. tl
j night services as well ?s a
sh-luncheon in the Temple
Ross Dicktein Michmtl Chtruoftky *
place .it the Cohen home on ^in-
lay, No-.. 22. Out-of-town g -'-
-elude hi?- her, Meyer
Schottcnstcin an :- mal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C.->her.
l-.Viimhiifc nhin
MICHAEL CfEBBNOFSKY
Michael the son of :"-. and M*.
U Cherenofsky. 1005 NE IT?
Ter.. North Ml will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at the 9 a.r-
-'> on Thanksgiving Day.
Thursday Nov thi V ling
of Creator M
Micha dent at the Hebrew
f the i ch >ir.
Among the guests will be his
grandmother. Mrs his
and Mrs
r Levi: h:s aunt. Mrs
lis Schoffman: his uncle. M wr < I
Chernofsky; his cousins. Michael
Schoffman and Be. lernat-
sky, and Mmes. Proma Chernof-
sky. Sarah F. Poll, Moll K Ik-
stein. Henr.ie Krasner, and
Spivak.
Jtl WtiH
Bonnie Spmrafm
Sfe Hipsman
luy Cofc
Michael Ioji/o
wood, and read from the Torah day in the Fontainebleau Hotel's j will be Stevens grandfather. Na-
Saturday. Nov. 21.
The celebrant attends John F.
Kennedy Junior High School.
where he is in the eighth grade.
In honor cf the occasion. Mr.
and Mrs. Dickstein will s-
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening.
Guests will include his maternal
r. Mrs. Ida Reese of
lelphia. Pa., and paternal
nts, Mrs. Ar.ne Schick of
. Beach and Jerome Dick-
si ii of Buffalo, n.y.
Club Gigi. thaniel Zalka. a pioneer member
Guest of honor at the festivities and past president of Beth David.
following the Saturday services.
Among the honored guests will be
Aaion's grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Asher Rickles. his aunt ancil
uncie. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Rickles.
I Their children. Paula and Al-
ii from Philadelphia. Pa.
ROBr.RT JENEFSKY
Robert Scott, the son of Mr.
I Mrs Warren Jenefsky. will be-
B r Mitzvah Sa'irday mjm-
N-.v. 21. at Temple Zion.
-. is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Jenefsky will host
the Ki-.dush following seniors
Saturday morning, and a reception
- irdaj -ht at the Wellington
Man tt in Robert's honor. Among
noo red guests will be h:
I rents, Mr and Mrs. Chai
Goodman* Mrs, Cm Jenefsky
>.m Jenefsky.
RITA HOROWITZ
Rita Louise, the daughter of Mr.
twin M. Horowitz, will
Hat Mitzvah Friday eve-
_ I, at Temple Zion.
; student at
School, p' .; -
K>] band a~d
::-.' : .. >i's bow 1-
Mr ar.; Mrs. Horowitz will host
Shabbat following the
..cos Friday evening, and a re-
st Ir home Saturday
evening in Rita's honor. Amonc
honored guests M be her
(parents. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Moncarz and Mr. and Mrs Hyman
.'.it.?.
DONNA GOLDMAN
Friday. Nov. 20. at 8:15 p-.
the main sanctuary of Temp N
Tamid. Donna Lynn, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Goldman.
will be Bat Mitzvah.
Donna is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldman will host
the Oneg Shabbat in Donna's honor
in the Skiar Auditorium of the
Temple, and a reception ir. the Em-
pire Room of the Eden Roc Hotel
Saturda\ evening.
STEVEN HIPSMAN
S bay, Nov. 21. during the
worship services at Beth David
Q Bgn gatsoo >; n Lew Is, tl
son of Mr. and Mrs. David B.
an 915 Alava Ave.. will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah.
An eighth grade honor student
St P-Tice de Leon Junior High
School, the celebrant, who plays
viola in his school's orchestra, has
been a student at Beth David eight
years, ar.i is in Hebrew Grade 5.
Steven's parents will host the
Kiddush at Beth David Saturday
in his honor, and a luncheon Sun-

The planning committee for the annual "Duet Luncheons''
held by the Louis D. Brandeis Group of Hadassah includes
Mrs. Dorothy Watten, (left) sales award winner, Mrs. Matilda
Washton, honorary vice president; Mrs. Rose Ruban, presi-
dent, Mrs. Elizabeth L. Steinbach, chairman. The proceeds
from both functions are for the restoration of Mt. Scopus
Hospital in Jerusalem. First event will be the Henrietta Szold
Dcy luncheon in the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon Monday,
Dec. 14.
ELLEN GOLDEN
Friday evening. Nov. 20. Ellen,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary
d len, will become Bat Mitzvah
Et Beth Torah Congregation.
JAY COHEN
Jay. the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Albert Cohen, will celebrate his
?.ar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
cation during the worship serv-
- Saturday. Nov. 21.
RICHARD HAIHANSON
During the worship services at
Eeth Torah Congregation Satur-
Nov. -1. Richard, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nathanson.
will bo oaJled to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah.
JAY COHEN
- H Dr. and Mm Al-
: North Miami B- arh
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth To'- h Corv v ; ition on Sat-
; N l\ i'l.
Jay is a student at the Hebrew
Academy. '
A reception.awl dinner will take
STUDIO OR ONE-BEDROOM
Furnish^ oportmeot detired by
prof*$iol couple In 1 thr
mMtfcs in Bol H.rbor, Hollywood
or Ft. louderdol*. Writ* E. S.,
B.x 2*73, Mimmi 33101.
MICHAEL LASZLO
Michael Jay, the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Maurice Laszlo, will be
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Nov. 21, at Temple Beth Stl
with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
ing.
Michael is a student of the Beth
Shuio:-.-. Confirmation ciass of
5732. |
joel was
Joel Daniel, the son of Mr. and
'.;.- Martin Wein, will ceiebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. N
21. at Temple Tifereth Israel.
Joel :s a student ,-.i N
Junior High School.
A luncheon and reception will be
held in ins honor at the Alg rs
Hotel Saturday. Among the hon-
ored guests will be the celebrant s
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Henry
L. Seaman and Mr. and Mrs. M
Wein: his great-grandmother. Mrs.
Frieda Rozini. and great aunts and
uncles from Chicago and New
York.
BONNIE SPARAGA
Bonr.ie Ann. the daughter :' Mr
and Mrs. Murray Sparaga. 6391
SW 18th Terr., will become Bat
Mitzvah at Temple Judea of Coral
Gabies on Saturday. Nov. 21.
Bonnie is an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior H.'.'h
School, where she is a member of
the Student Council and the Chorus
II -i Superior Honor Roll.
She is also an officer of Exodus
B'nai B'rith Girls.
a g s hi ite of Temple Judea
Hebrew School. Bor.mc will assist
in the services, read in thi T
and chant the Haftor:,h. Shi
continuing with her reUj
cation thru Confirmation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sparasa will
the Oneg Shabbit Fridaj
in Bonnie's honor and a
it the Sweden House immeo
following Saturday services.
K sre to hi Ip her eelebrat
be her pitemal grandmother. M -.
B sale Sparaga, of Passaic, N.J..
and relatives nnd g"H?st from To-
ledo. Ohio. Orange Park. Fla
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Harrogate.
England.
ROSS DICKSTEIN
Ross Elliot, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon H. Dickstein. will
conduct the 11:00 a.m. worship
sen ice at Temple Beth BL Holly-
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Making final arrangements for the ens-night benefit concert
performance by Liza Minnelli at Miami Beach Convention
Kail Dec. 6, are Greater Miami Section, National Council
cf Jewish Women leaders Mrs. Adrian Thai, (left) special
events chairmen; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, national board
member; Mrs. Irving Wexler, immediate past president;
and Mrs. Stanley Myers, honoorary national vice president.
Concert proceeds will be used by the NCJW to continue the
local production and distribution of Braille books to the blind.
Advertising Firm Is
Sponsoring Contest
i.
IK, .rs
!l | I
larges ou I

! oily Advertising of Florid i
ii ts fourth annu i! | os-
ter design contest uwi i Dadi 's
"**tUirl"nts to
met* a better unttasstanding of
the art.
Local Delegates
Attend Conclave
/.
Continued from Page 1-B
' Malmonidcs: A Theologian For
Our Day."
Dr. Harold C. Rivkind of Con-
gregation B'nai Israel. St. Peters-
burg, will be re-elected for a new
term, while Joseph Gulden of Beth
To rah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, will be elected as president-
elect, to take office in 1972. Sey-
mour Friend of Beth David Con-
gregation, Miami, will be elected
a vice president. Ralph Fistel of
Temple Or Oloni, Miami, secretary
of the region, and Jerry Caveil of
Beth Torah treasux'er.
Jack Bash of Temple Emnnii-El.
Vice president of National Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs, will
address the convention as will Mrs.
Mildred Cohen, president of the
S with Florida Branch of the Na-
tional Woman's 1-e.anue of the
United Synagogue of America.
Judge Arthur Winton of Beth
Torah Congregation has been ap-
pointed Youth Commission Chair-
man of the South Florida area,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of Tem-
ple Menorah cochairman of the
Israel Affairs Committee. Nathan
Glickman of Temple Menorah co-
chairman of the Commission on
Jewish Education of the Southeast
Region of the United Synagogue
of America, and Abraham J. Git-
telson of Beth Torah continues as
cochairman of the Commission on
Jewish Education of the United
Synagogue of America's
Congregations from South Flor-
ida represented at the convention
will include Temple Emanu-El,
Temple Menorah, Beth David Con-
tinuation. Temple Or Olom, Tem-
ple Zlon, Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood. Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Beth Torah Consrerration, and
Temple Beth Israel of Ft. Laudcr-
dale.
JEWISH BOOK MONTH
NOVEMlifeR 20-DECEMBER20,197a
Th s year's theme, "B A G> d
Citizen," was chosen to stress th
requirements, values and advan-
of civic concern. Students
will be asked to design posters
?hat will directly or symbolically
vey tfrs message.
Winners will share S100 in prize
money: $50 for first place, S30 for
wcond place, ind $20 for third
ilace. First prize winner will see
his p ister screen printed and post-
(1 on one of Donnelly's poster
oanels, with one panel for th?
winner's name and appropriate ,
credits. In addition, trophies wil'
' awarded at a special banquet
"uneheon honoring winning con-
testants, their families and teach-
ers.
The contest will begin D.'-c. 1:
til entries must be in by Feb. 2?
Judging will take place the firs
>,.,.!< in M'ireh.
Miami Beach Mayor Joy Dermer presents a proclamation
designating Nov. 10-16 as "B'nai B'rith Women's Week" to
Mrs. Philip Wolmer, president of B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Miami Beach, which was kicking off its drive to
obtain funds for a new addition to the Children's Home in
Israel.
LEGai NOTICE
}avid J. Smith, newly appointed
vie i president of American Sav-
ings & Loan Association of Mi-
ami Beach, will manage the as-
sociation's new Bayside office
at 1200 Lincoln Rd. Formerly
'is^ociotcd with Flcgler Fed-'
?ra! Savings & Lean, Mr. Smith
s a pait president cf the Sav-
ngs & Loan Public Relations
Society cf South Florida, a di-
rector cf the Savings & Loon
InstituteChapter 29, and a
/ice president of the Advertising
Club of Miami.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20828
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BMIODIO SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff
VI
LIDtA klVAS DECANCHEZ,
Defendant
TO: l IKIA RlVAS DESANCHEZ
SI Ave. tSM
Apt 4
Marla'nao, Havana. Culia
V,.u, LIDIA RIVAS DE SANCHEZ,
art- hereby notified that a Bill Of
Complaint for Divorce has been flleil
against you, and you are required to
a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Cnmolalnl on 'he
Plaintiffs attorney, OROVEB CIM-
BNT WEINSTBIN & STACBER,
P.A. 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida SS1SS r.31-1241 ami file the
original Answer or Pleading r>t the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 83rd day of
December, 1970. if you fail to do so.
in,lenient by default will be taken
against you for the relief d. manded
In the Itin of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
e;,eh Week for f < II [' .'i >| | I H 'I I \ \',.-eks
ill THE JEWISH PI ORIDI IN
I k >NE AM> < >R1 >EKEI' Pi Miami,
Florida, tliis 13th day of November
AD I :
i: } 1 R VTHERMAN, '
Ull (' "III. id. l|
B> I. SNEEDEN
D'>ut> "" i.
fClrcult urt Senll
1' i-'MK.VT WE1NS1
f ST VUBBR, P A.
Road

> ii \.- for Plaintiff
II :'
LEGAL NOTKl
b.;ok Month poster highlights "Around the World
f ith Jav/ish Books," the theme cf the 23th annual observance
^f Jewish Book Month from Nov. 20 to Dec. 20 under the
Sponsorship of the Jewish Book Council of the Notional
Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). Designed by Ismor David,
' oted calligrapher, the poster graphically depicts the cul-
tural event's aim to stimulate the wider dissemination of
^ooks in English, Yiddish and Hebrew describing Jewish
'iie in different countries. Book Month programs are sched-
uled to be conducted by more than 2,000 Jewish groups, in-
cluding Jewish Community Centers, synagogues, Jewish
schools, Hillel Foundations and local chapters of national
Jewish organizations.
Prof. Liebman To Speak
Th Wornen "if Mesivta High
School w ill hold their annual
rship Luncheon M
th home of Mrs. Murray
:to- nht...... 3100 Pirarie A\ :; |
ami Beach. Prof. Seymour Lioh
jth >r tv on t'n Seph trd-
i ; ,.r i -'tin Vmei will
s] :.k on the basis for Ins books.
Mrs. oylbin Pa ticipafes
f [rs, Jh i Btilhh
e th i aal !"'!
r mi>V Sisi h id R i trd o* TV
1 ...... I v. '. I-
'it'' I...... 'I i' >l th" i
NFTS : v
V, k "" Mrs. B '<'<; -
S :' "l of Temple Israel
>n Mi'"'v.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVE.N
the undersigned, deslr ng to
in hush -v under the t". it; *i
.." INTER- v MEXICAN Pn<>*< '-
TIOVH i I 1091 S.M Sth Sl
Miami :' .!:.'*> Intend to reg Lei r m il
n iln Plerk of the Cln-ull
i i idu "' untj. Florida.
I VI, !!;.. R 1 Opt /.
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and < 'andlda Lopi 7.
11 20-2" 12 1-11
NOTI-E L'NPER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
n I TR-K !S HERERV IIIVEN thnl
the u di Kirinff t i
it, |.'i- i in .'
irx Drive, Miami rtench Kl '
id i .
of thi "in ull Cou i D uli
la.
!'.! l\l R Tl '""'
t:>. Bilu'in Hi dent
BVtll VNDER* Bl'RNBTn
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ml i:.... Ii 1'!. J31S9
11 :7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineaa under the fictlUoua name of
151 iIIWAI.I) JEWELERS at Se>-
In.1,1 Ari'Hil,.. Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
.'f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Kstate of Joseph Buchwald
By: Janet iluchwuld. Administratrix
CLAUDE I-. KICHEI.
Attorney for Applicant
25 West Flakier Street
Miami. Florida
10/23-30 11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that
j the undersigned, desiring to engage
! in business under the fictitious name
I of INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFIED
INDUSTRIES at P.O. Box '"."4. lluena
1 Vista Station, Miami, Fla. SJltt In-
I temis to register said name with the
, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da4*
. County, fi-ii-..la
HIAl.KAM FACTORS. INC.
i SIDNEY EFRONSON
j Attorney for Applicant
tilL" Alnsley Iihlg.
Miami, Fla 8 1132
1" 30 11 t-13-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[I K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersig m I, desiri ng i"
,ii busin. si under the fictitious i I
ol 1U.M LEATHEK GOODS, INC
Stilt i.i.....In !; I Miami i tench, i'
- to registel
the Clerk ol i i i urt of
Count" Florniii
- ,v S URYSK, INC.
It'HARI tl "!
Attoriu
!:: SUIle 510
Miami Bei 139
11 20-27 12 1-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrln0 to -
in hunlneM under ihe flrtltloua
of ORT8AC ENTERPRISES Rl PO
Box 4". S!eii:ind'.jili Station, Miami,
Fla. S314R mtendi to register said
Mine with the clerk ..f the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, Florida
RAIMC N1" M A ItT 1N BSS de CASTRO
1I/20U7 IL' 4-11
IN "THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COl NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N 6C404-A
I'Ml. I- \" 'I /.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION ro."-> DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
V' >TIl K :- hi thai 1 ha> e
riled i I nd P
i I i Fins
n* \.i' \ ..i the state of
PAUL O VOl '!"/. .1. .! thai
on the 'Tth da] of 1 leoi mbt
ipplj to the Honorable I
Judgi ..;' l' id. unt) Florida, f."-
approval of s;i"l Final Report and
for .I" i|i>"r n and final discharge
Adm(nlt........% of the estate of
the ahove-nam'i 1 deoedent. This BUI
,) i ,.( \<>vm" er, 191 '
|m i"i-: m VOI TZ.
Vi>minlstr*rti
s vmii.m s'"T\- Bnd i'llll.IP
R HECKERl fSn
By BAMI'B'. STBEN
attorney
I'i> I5..x 1014 u
Coral Gables? Ffi**s44M '
to U M>i1 i- 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:- IT Estate ..f
Al BERT l BARBAKOFF
Decei
To All t'refl and All Pi Ha' -
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl g
!: tati
N ,ii are hen by notified at
nuln .i an) i lalmt" and tle-
'.i in i\ I.. \. ngainst
the i iti f Al BERT I i: \RRA-
eased Ii i ol Dadi
thi Count) Judges
l >ade < 'ounl > and fill tl
lip!'.nv. ind pi..\ i.i, -,i Seel
Flot Idn Statuti >, In thi
- n thi Cou :- In
! "i.I- Cnuntv, Flnrli \ ,1-

!"r~l pul
("ban
I '!' H nt Minn i th
'. I l : \ < IsTO
LENA BARB tKi IFF
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on of tin* a. tlci
of \"..\. mi., ,. : iTn.
RT no DEN
\i rne) fut Executrix
.
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IN THE CIRCl IT CO r THE
ELEVEN! tj 11
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
k:\ l.AKYV, : ,.
P
YS
w VYNE M v, i \\ |G,
I", ., ndnnl
Yin WAYNE HARTWlG, residence
unknown, ARE HEREBY NOT1PIED
I" I'll, your writ'. to Ihis
iiivi-.o uiih the1 f'.d't's i".rk and
serre a conj upon Plaintiffs At-
torneys, Vi"\ ZAMFT A SMITH.
151! Capital Blink m.'u". Miami. Flo-
rida on or I., luic liiu 22nd December, I97, else n.....omplaint
will le taken as rrm-f.^s..,!
DATED: Ni > mbflivdr., 1970
E. B 1 KAI'limXiAN. ii KRK
B1 t" 1' tiii.'K' AND
DetnfflPWrk
(Circuit Court SeaQlqu-
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Friday. November 20. 1970
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL MOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW

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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA >N PSOB*T
70-2287
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Mayor Bernard Frank, da..
Char: Z and two ..
B> Hi
Bl 12 30 p.m.
Irecl
by in-
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MORKIS B. Fit AN K
rice .'.DEB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE COUNTY .LOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N ,. 70-ii4O
In RE
HAZBI. i: HAT.:!:: B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Csse No. 70-2OW7
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
i.'. \ REZ
.. ARIA A ALVAREZ
Plaint
VK
I. .A '.'IKl.l.'. EXTRA]
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K.'.'I'.Mji K ESTRADA
EVANOBUNA ESTRADA,
hih v.-if'
ii Street
Union City, New J-
f)\ ARE HEREB1 lOTIFIED
i to -i i

t ed .'I propi '
j,,i 164 r.f joH.T A CAMP-
i, .- LITT1 K Kll'.il.-
Pial thereof, as n
PL l: ok I" :.' I'.
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< .U' i i'I.i '
. en iii'-'i u :'. y u
:, copy of youi
CeiMHui, i( any, lo ii '.n

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RIC1
.*-. Rtor
Pii pal notice on
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NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Ii HI 9IVEN that
II rlnR to HiiEaiii-
u flcl .iiou* narn*-
ol NEB .: PArNT fc BODY SHOP at
.'?.:. N.W. I .- Miami. Florida
Itfa th*-
Circuit < u-; ol Dade
: I rlcla.
RE tSJ LDO PKI'.EZ
JOdB liONZALZ
I! C-1S-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUiT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROSATE
No. 70-386'
FRANK B DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
ACK lj..i;i:i.sTi;i.\.
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JtU'HARI' Vf- lAMJ^ ASHOCIAT. To All I ed
attorney I for i
N.W. Ti>.
..Hi Ill'fldju. anil fill- II
l4<< f :-wk at Ih* :il >
: rouri on pr before I.....rnbei
r9(A JuiIkim.
A adeeTtVou f"r th. r.-
IhI demanded i:. ti.e- Complaint or
It. I tl *\v. %
Tli in X..t-t"*-Wlli)m b< i ill
each woffc ufcr. B in ......mn-
. ki in THE .Uiv-'fcSJI PI/'ltH'IAN
WITNESS niyr):fn1 and the seal of
I Court al Mftn ., .^'fyiuln, on thU
l.'ih day "f NoviAJnlier. 1&70
a b i,i:ATJiiwarioe''Mk
< ir By: C P. COPESLAKfD
A Dfe|>ule>*lerk
(Circuit f'ourt Sc;il). V<
RICHARD W I.VONS Ac
AHHOCIAT ES, P. A leD
ISM N.W 7lh Strcer r
.Miami, suuri'i" ?,:;\^^^^. -
AMomejy for I'l-'ie^fPEfSL
or

W*t B/4-HJr-
Said E
Y'/u I and re-
'iuited to pr< dj
i
the I of JAI IK PINKEL4TEIN
Counl
i Ida, to the Count) .
:. dUplli I tl
ivlded In lie. lion
Florida Btatutea, In th< iee In
the County Courthouse In Lade Coun-
ty, Florida within .-i.\ cakpdar months
fmm the time of the Ural publication
hereof, or the sarae "ill be bai
Dati 'i at Miami Ftoi l this 3i-th
day of October, AD "-T .
.MARTIX I INT.
As Administrator
First puldlcation of thli: netiefc on
th*- Sth day of .N'<>Vf.mbor, 1970,
FINE. JACOBSON & BJX'CK
Attorneys for Ailminlitnjt'jr
Iftl F^Ht Flaa;ler Stieet
Miami, Florida
li/6-13--27
i*. THE CO'. NTv JUDGE $
RT S i'.D FOR OiCE
CO.STV, FLORIDA IN PP.OEi-E
.-. m.4
; p.f. y-
.
'.oriCE TO CREDITORS
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Tou are hereby i 1 re-
'julrt'i present
.
.\ 7. .IAN
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n.la. to the County Judg.; : Dade
dupli-
ale u.'.d ai pro*. 783.11
r1<>ri '.
ty Florid... within al]
.'r m the ttaM Of the first pubt!
me will I
Dated at Miami, I this Srd
:' Novemrx AD
I.i-CTl.I.K B> lYETTE B" lAZMAN
i o K''.".t \\ i::.i.i~.-ii
Cor. .4
A* I.
notice
mber, 1*7
SCR

ARTHUR B !
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COlRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBA-E
61777-C
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NOiyCE OF INTENTION TO MIKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOT!' K is that 1
1
titlon for 1
I

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. No. 70-v
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' ARD1 B -ITII.
Plan
\
'THY SMITH.
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TO !>!:' 'THY 8MT
Tou, D
I that a i
tor Divorci I
you, and you an requin
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the relief del
Comi'liiini
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In THE .11.WISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED I Miami
1 flda, !..- ii day of October AD
IM0
r: B LEATHERMAN, Clarh
Circuit Court, l>:-i. County, Florida
By: 1. SNKKI'KN
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Curt Si-:ii>
R( >BERT II. BURNS "W
830 Lincoln Rd. ^^
Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
lo/ie n, c-i:-.o
Funeral Services Held For
Mrs. Miriam R. Goldberg
hi Id last
:: T K for Mrs.
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To S was th idow ol
I who

Chi-via Thilim tl til his
death ii
SANDLER
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Services Held For
Joseph Luria, 70
Services were held Sunday
: Luri
70, ol 8826 Ha-.vthorne A
. Friday, N I
Mr. I.uria. i nt ( I..
nnd Son Inc.. had been the
head of thai
jewelry 1
H nt!;.- retin -\ as the
nan of 1
Mr. T. :: i B member of T>
B'nal B'rith and I
Mas ti i this ;n 20 yi .
i from New York. H> waa a
founder of the National Who!, i
Jewelers Association,
Mr. I.uria is survived by hi'-
. Leah, and son. Leonard, of
ht< i Mrs Renee l-oi-
I New York: six Batten, a brother
and 10 grandchildren.
Interment was in Star of D... :
Memorial Park.
HYMAN
SIDNBT, I I BW .
Novel
bei Miami resident I
iMii.c fiwsa i
! bO
He .- Bunrlved bj
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n Ihei Hi
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r I.cvin. nil nf Ml-
BeM Bu
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GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open.verr Do, Cleied So-Sbsia
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioa.i'i Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
KLEIN
DOUBLE UNVEILING
The dedication of monuments
to the memory of the late
RABBI DAVID KLEIN
ond
SANDF0RD L KLEIN
will take place Friday,
November 27th at 10 a.m.
at the Ner Tamid Section of
tcketide Memorial Park
friends and relatives
are asked to atlenl.
tfumralVfa/'et
Meml.er:
National Funeral
Director!* Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.P.D.A.
865-2353
730 5 -, hnt i'-w
0 1*4*1 CleA 0H.es,
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
\~jordon j-uneral owe
373-5533
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November 20, 1970
vJiwist fhrkMMi
Page 15-3
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME '.AW
|('W iS HEREBY OIVEN thai
lei-signed, desiring in encase
doss under ihe flctltlouf namt*
TIC'S ITALIAN ItKSTArllAXT
[sunny isi-s Boulevard, Miami
i >:i l County, Florida Intends
sitT snlil name with iln- Clerk
Circuit Court of Dude County, I
IBBRTO RESTAURANT
i ( iRI'l lRAT'" IN
hgelo I Iberto, President
[y /.IKKKNI'K
for Applicant
>ln Road
I:,-:, ,ii. Florida
11 13-20-27 12 4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
jtv; 'S HEREBY OIVEN thai
.r ied, desiring to engage i'i
, under the fictitious names
iMOND .1. KI'S'I KIN. D.D.S.
RT I. CBPPOS. D.D.8.: BP-
||N AND CEPPOB I" A. at 664
m..l S... ( l .- l.t'iKn, Fla, i 11 -
in register said namei with ih
,,i the Circuit Court ol Dade
y Florida.
HPclTBIN ANI> i i:i'!'. is
OKBSKION A 1. ASS' iCIATION
, JtltHR ZEMEL, I'' 'SKIN and
IIRONNER I' A
for applicant
. HlHoayne Blvd.
la 33132
11 1-20-27 12 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, di li Ins. ....._aL.- in
business under the fictitious name* of
SOI." i.\iON LANSTER D.D.8.: SOL-
OMO.N LANSTER, 11 I .- p \ Bl
.':: Coral Way, Miami, Pin. 33155 In-
Jf,* ......Hater said names with (he
llerk of :!.. Circuit Court ol
i ounty, Florida.
SOLOMON I .AN8TER, D.D.B
PROFESSIONAL ASK' CIATION
SPARHEK, ZEMBL. RCSKIN dud
HEILHRONNER I'.A.
Attorni} v for app;: -ant
I "ON i-aj ut Blvd
Miami. Fla. 33132
I: I
1 ll:i t
Dade
U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HKRKIlY GIVEN i>'.n
the uuderslg.....I, desiring io engage
in buslne** under the f|ctitlnui> name* of or the
.., BPARliER. ZEMEL, ROSK1N win DaTed at
'K
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Answer or
'nmplalnl on
DAVIP M
Till Street,
the original
ol
NOTICE Or ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
r ORIDA IN ANU FOR DADE
COUNT/. CIVIL ACTION
No. "/'-JC495
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1AM JBNXINOS BLEST
iliitiff
!l MARIE HI.I ST.
ndanl
izaheth marie li.i bt
,. Uoji "--
Durham, North Carolina
, ELIZABETH MARIE BI.I'ST,
l', ,-,.|,y notified thai a Bill of
i for l livorco ha been filed
you, ami you an required in
., oop) ..I' your
Ui the Bill of i
(Iff* UUiTII.N .
SB \K, 1*91 N \V.
Ulaml. Fla. 13125 anil Bl.
iimwt or Pleading in 'in- "in
, i.rk of the Circuit Court on or
the 18th da) December
: n you '"I to "I" no, Judgment by
iii i. taken against ynu for
II i demanded in li- Hill of
tint.
anil Hh ill !< published once
.....I; for four consecutive week*
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
n,i\H AND 1RDERED at Miami,
this :nh "lay of November
1870.
K d LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
utt Court, Dade County, Florida
By: i' P. "'" >PBI AND
i leputy Clerk
(Cirt uit Court s.'al)
11 i.;-jm-j7 12, 4
|\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61869 (Dowliny)
RE: Batate of
|\\it:l. s Ki iv.vcs
eased.
loTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IPPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
|nD FINAL DISCHARGE
iTiCa is hereby given that 1
'il.-d a Final R.i">rt and Pe-
i for Distribution and Final Dls-
idmlnlsirator C T a t.t the
of SAMUEL S. KOVAC8 and
mi Hit- 10th >f December,
will apply in the Honorable
H i> Judge* il Dade County, Flo-
[ foi approval "f said Final Report
it for dletribulion and final dls-
ia Administrator i'.t.a of
eatate of the above-named de-
: Tin-; -!'lh 'lay of October, 11>70.
/s/ "l/'fIS E KOVAC8
ij.uis K. Kovacs
:s KAPLAN, PORTER,
|:\ INSON KEN IN
S.W. 1st Street
i Fla I3KI0
11 IU--n-^7 1^ 4
HEII IIRONNER; SPARSER ZEMEI* .1.
ROSKIN AND HEILHRONNER I' A
at inn n Bl*cayne Blvd Miami, Fla
33132 in1..mi. ii. regivtiT said name*
with ih" Clerk of iln Circuit Court
i.i Dade County, Florida.
KPARKER. ZEMEL, R08KIN
ANI1 HEII BRl INNER
PRl 'KIOSSli iNAi. \s~-t it I ATI" IN
11/13-20-27 12 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4087
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I' RE i:-:.lf..|'
.: >HN TAI.ARICO
I.......
T,. All Creditor* ami All P..... I' .
'">-' I'laua..... Demand* Again*! Said
Bwtate:
Vou an- hereby notified ami n -
tuiir. .I in pre*enl an} i laim* ami .1. -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4070
(FRANK B. DOWLING1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eatate ol
M'U.LIAN DECKER.
In .. as- il
T.. All Cred tor* ami All Perron* Hav-
ing "laim- or Demand* Agalu*l Said
i-: late:
Vim an- hereby notified and re-
':" ed ',, i, .-. hi any .laim- ami de-
mand* which vou may have again*!
:......' if .Mi 'I I.IAN DECKER, de-
tia.-t il late ..i 11 ide County, Florida,
i.. in.. County Judge* nf Dade Coun-
ty, am! lilt- iln- sun. in rlupllcute and
as provided in Section "33.lb, Florida
siamits. in their office* in (lit- Coun-
ts ''..mill,,n .- In Hail.- County, Flor-
ida, Within ^i\ tal.nilal- montllF in,in
Hi- liint- of the find publication here-
s.nin- win in- barred.
Miami, Florida, this 8th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY <;i\ BN that
Hit- underaigned, de*lrlng to engast
in bUHl'ie** under ih. flctltlnu* nnmi
if A A: .1 ITALIAN RESTAl'RANT
i N w 187th Strei i. Miami In
tend in regiater aald name vim
'in- Clerk of iln Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida
JOHN VB1 ARD1 and
CARM ELLA INDIERI I
KESSLER. ROTH, SHERADSKV,
.v.- I'.Ki 'HERMAN
Attorney* for applicant!
18ft." H v\ 3rd Ave.
-Miami. Fla,
I
LEGAL NOTICE
of November, A 11 1970
PHYIJ IS DECKER MARTIN
1200 Via Salerno
Wlnterpark, Florida
Ai Executrix
Flrat publication of iliis notice
Hit i.itli day nf Nov., 1970
KTRT WEL1 ISCH
Attorney for E*tate nf moi.i.ian'
' DEOKER, DEC
. i.,7 Aim. rln Avenue
Coral liable*, Florida
ii ir. l'.i-j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (!IVE>
the underalgned, dc*lrlng to i
in bUHlne** u uler the flctitioui
"i l-"l: .'" AI BO KB DIHCOI7NT at
301 N I-: -ml street, Miami, Florida
Intend* to regiater wild name with
iht- "; rk "I the Circuit Court of
Dade fount)-, Florida.
ALBERT! i VENTCRA
(ow in i 100'. i
11 20-27 : I
I- I
IN rHF COUNTV Jimr.E'S court
IN AND FOR DADE CO.NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 34001
' REi Batatc !
II VI.PH I-: 1 BIBERT
Decea I
NO i'iCE TO CREDITORS
To Ml "' edll.....'I All I' i it II. iv
Ing Claim- or I', mauls AguiiiHl Said
Esial
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20866
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
H VRRY PEACH
Plaintiff,
vs
ANITA tiONZALEZ PEACH
I ll'.-m'
TO: ANITA GONZALEZ PEACH
a".-. T.-Iuan St.
Manila. Phllllplne*
You, ANITA OONZALEZ PEACH,
ar.. In ri by in Ifleil that a Bill nf
A I 1970
Ralph Tali
As Executor
Firal publication ol ihis notl
the 13th day of Nov 1970
! SII.VKUSIKIN KW1TNEY
1 > Caul Ku ilm y
A toi in > for Batata
120 l.niti.ln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
i THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4027 (Clark)
II Batate "f
IA rOUXlU MEHK
.iwd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
vii Credltora wd All Persona Hav-
Clalma or Deroanda Against said
u an. hereby notifit-d ami rettulr-
< preeent any rliiinis and demands
1 Ii you may nnvr aKainst the es-
.f JULIA VOIwVNDA MERE do-
'1 late .f IVidt- County, Florida,
I the County Judge* nf bade Conn-
.1 file the sumt' in duplicate and
I i'i"vi.ii,i| m Section 733.16, Florida
Mute*, in r]i.-ir office* in the Coun-
[CoorthoUKe In Dade County, Flo-
wlthln six oalendar months
ni the time ol the final publication
If.', or the Miime will be barred.
I I at Miami, Florida, this 4tl>
l November, AD. l!>7n.
ESTER HBQBDUS
\. Executrix
Miration of this notice on
t.f Nnv-inbt ,-. II'TO.
PZ. SILVER & BOOTH
ar Executrix
Bulldhig
11/13-20--J7 12/t
1! 13-20-27 12 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3986
CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Batate of
NATHAN PERLMAN
Deceaaed
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims >i Demands Against Said
Batate:
^ tu are hereby notified and re-
quired tt> present any claims and de-
niamls which you may have attains!
ih, eatate of NATHAN PBRLMAN de-
ceased late nf 1>.hIi County, Florida,
in iht- County .luilirt-s tf Dade Coun-
ty, ami file iht- same In duplicate and
r* provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar montha fmni
iht- time nf iln- first publication here-
of, nr the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of Oi lober, A I> 1!'T".
Pauline Perlman
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 13th day "f Nov., 1970
l-'KISIIMAN FEIN
Attorneys for Executrix
! t:'n Lincoln Road
I Miami Beach, Fla.
11/13-20-27 II 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. '0-3859
JOHN R. 3LANTON
iii KM: Batate of
CARL ROSSOW
Dec! asetl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
ol CARL ROSSOW deceaaed late "f
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, ind file the
sain, in duplicate ami aa provided In
Set lion 7:;;; 16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the Coun'y "uriht uae
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time "i the
first pubiit-atitni hereof, or the saine
w ill in- barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21
day of Ootnber. A 1). L870.
ROBERT JOBL ROSSOW
As Bxeuutor
First publication nf this notice on
the amh day at October, 1970.
BFRONSOVA L1TMAN
Attorneys fnr B\"-"'Ut^r
S12 Ainsiey Building,
Miami, Florida 33131
in so ii '6-13-20
i in il. s.iir..- \\ ill be barroil
i.iletl .it Miami. Florid i, iliis
das ,-i .--,-,>ii in1,, r, aii i -t ,
til.ENN A. DEIBBRT.
\* Administrator
1 Firs! publication of tins iintice Ol
H 301 ll lav :' i Iclobcr, I'JT'J
ARTHI'R I Wi LFSON
\ 11, .in- \- for Est i '< of
Ralph E Delhi i\ Dei -I
4nr. Blscayne i ulldlng, Mluml, '-'la
10 H) II 'I 11 -J<>
I
NOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
Is HBRBBY IHVF.N that
.ii. desiring to snguffe In
l"ler :he fictitious name*
.! PRARL, Ml); RICH-
[:i.ATZF.lt. M.I).: IHIS
<:i^vt/kr I'.A. at MM
Uve., Miami. Fla. S3166
sglster sniil name* with
Ithe Circuit Court .if Dade
|da.
VRL AND (1UTZKU
1' INAI, ASSOCIATION
EMEU lUiSKIN AND
fER PA
applicant
jsnegae Blvd.
13133
11, 13-20-27 12/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3305
In RE: K-'ai. ..I
I'll!!.IP GORDON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vnu are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any t laim* and
i>.mantis which you mav have against
ih.- estate of rilll.ll' Ol RDON de- ,
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
in the County Judges of Dade County,
ami file the same iii duplicate and :
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statuies, in iht-ir offices hi the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time <.f the firs, publication here-
of, "r Ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day nf i Ictober, A I> I!'?"
BTHBI, CORDON
A* Executrix
First publication of ihis notice on
ihe 30th day .-f October, I9T0.
HERBERT B. \\ II.F.NSK V
Attorney fur Executrix
:.1T l'.is.-a>iit Building
i" 10 il 6-13-30
Judgment by di fault
- u f,.f
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice snail be publishd once
each weeh for four consecutive week*
in Till' JEWISH Fl i RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
l"- rldn this 12th da] of November,
A D. ll'7">.
i: II LEATHBRMAX, Cli rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: 1- SNEEDEN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court s.-ali
I 'CIS K BBI.I BR
4L'n Lincoln Road. Suiti
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 20-27 12 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t! it
iln- under Ifl.....I, deslrlnv. to
in UuhIiii -- under iln fii litlou* nan I
ol UODEOA at '.-al Soutj il. i il
H ay, Miami. .."In. int. mis to I
glster Haiti name with 11 Clerk ol i
' "ill Ull I '.Mil I t"f I lit!,- I '-.||, I-'
I'NIVERSAL RESTACKANTS, IN"
Bj DAVID M T M.'l V.
\' Pn
PAUL \- THOMS' iN
Al tome] h
1311 First \n.......I Bank RI
11 la in i
ll.fi
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP DADE
COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-19*59
suit ror. GIVORCE
K-V'll KI. I UK ASH LEV It'DDI.E,
Plaintiff,
\ H
RI IBERT KARL RIDDLE,
I it reiiilfl.nl,
TO: ROBERT IJ MM. RIDDLE
3 '7 North i ,.n, Avei Ui
Burll n...... North Car.-11 no
Tou, Ri ii.i-:i: r i: \i;i. riddle .
hereby notil i thai u Hill ol I
plaint for i Hvorco
against you, .i id you are i equlra !
serve a -i >v- of your Answer i
Pleading the Bill of Complaint
the Plain' n at'ornev. V. w
OOLDFAKB, 111 Bi*cu.\ n Buildl .
19 u -i Fl i-.-i.i sii-, i, Mt.unl Ii
31130 and file the ivei
Pleadlna In Ihi offici ol ihe i i.ri.
' he Tin ui: 'nui I .....r I
day of Dei-i...... i -..-i. t ,
do -.>, ju.n:m -i; I,}
taken hh iIiiki ..ii lot Iii
in:,ml.-.I In Hi. Hill ii
Th h mi hull be |.ni... h< .
each \\ i. i. i. ,i four iaon*ecui i'i w i
in 'I'll i: .1 K\\ ISII I'I." iitlDIAN.
DONE \Mi riRDEREH
lorida, this J7.ii duj A
197 '.
E l: !.:: VTHERM.' v, I
Cln an 'oui', I lade 'ouni
Bj : MAKGCERI1 .: KENT
I |IUI
uit Court Seali
MAX A i.i II.DFARU
414 Biscay in Bui
M inn, Fli
An.'i'in y ir l'-.. .i.ui
in ::" r ..
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 70 A l^fi
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that I discharge a* Executrix
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 33605-B
IN RE: Estate of
M< IRTIMKR Ki IIIELIN
I., ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICAT.ON FOR
DISTRIBU riON AND
FINAL DI5CHAROE
NOTICE is hereby nlven that <
have filed my Final lte|Mrl and I
tltion for Distribution and Final l
cliargi a* Executrix MORTIMER KOBBLIN.
ami that ..n the 10th day of No\ i -
Iht. 1970, will upply 1.. iln- Honor, ;
County Judge* of Dade CfUiity, I-"i
ri'la. for :i|.|.r...\ al --I saiil Final I:
port ami for distribution a'lid fin'il
I ihe eati
Tl-
Daniel and Cecelia Brellbart hold- "*.> ibove-named .h-cedenl '
er t-r County Tax Sale Certificate* Mrd ,l:,v "' 'ctober, I'. '
n'umwred" r.ii:: and MM lasued the RpA "SffiHJfSSS"1^ Bw" x
list day of May A.D 1968. has filed T, -m .'n, vvVm.
same in my of!...... and has made an- "^''/""'J*^1 .DJ,.,,_.,..
IN Till) I Hi TIT "'" -I l.'l (IF THE
ELEVENTH .1 IDH'I A I. CIRCI'IT IN
AND FOR DADE COl'NTV,
FIA1RIDA
CASK NO. 7O-2013H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMB8 PATRICK CONNOR,
Plaintiff,
CHABLENE MlRRAV CONNOR,
Defendant.
YiiC CHARLEXE MI.'I.UAY CON-
N" )R. residence unknown, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED to file your written
defense to this divorce with the
Court's Clerk and serve a copy uiwni
Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. 1512 Capital Dank BMg.,
.Mi.imi. Florida on nr bef.ire the 7ih
day 'i December, 1970, else 'he Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
DATED: November 1. IOT.
E. B. I.EATHBRMAN. I'l.KRK
By: "' P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circull "ourt St al)
11 6-13-20-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-20463
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES FASH1K
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARINA FASH1K
Defendant
YOU, Marina Faahlk, residence un-
knnwii. are required to file your ana-
ver i" the complaint for divorce with
ih.- clerk of the above court and
serve a copy thereof upon. HKKMAN
COHEN, Esq. Attorney for plaintiff
l.tii.i-ii Congress Blag. Miami. Flor-
ida mi or before December Mth. 1970,
in- else a default will be entered
attains! you.
Dated: Nov. 9 1970.
10. H. LEATMERMAN
Clerk nf the Circuit Court
By: MARGUERITE KENT, D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/13-20-27 12/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3764
In RE: Estate "f
AARON SHEINKF.R
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 'i Demands AgaJnal Said
Batate:
Ynu are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clalnu and demands
which you may have against ihe
eatate ol AARON SHELNKER d.....--
ed late "f Dane County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 7.::i 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade County Flo-
rida, within *lx calendar montha from
ihe lime of iln- firsi publication heie-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lla!
day of lober, A D I9T0
Ml-RKY BHB1NKBR
WILLIAM 8HBINKBR
As Km Utors
First publication <>f this notice on
the loth day "f October, 1970.
HERBERT B WILENSKY
Attorney for Co-executors
317 Blscuync Building
10/30 11/6-13-30
plication for n tax >1 ->I it. bi issued
iht-r.....i Saiil certificates embrace
Ihe following described property, In
the County of Dade, State "f Florida,
to wit:
l.t.i r, l:lo,1< i. Estate Home*
Sec I, Plat H ok 77 Page 71. in
Se.-tion 19 T">\* nship '. South,
Ramie 40 East, in the County of
Datle. Stale of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No, 5423.
Th.- assessment of si.i-1 !>'.....'My
under the said certificate Issued
was In the name of Cu'ty Bark
Itltlis |,ie.
This deed will be Issued sttblecl l!'7'>
County taxes and County Liens.
I ot" I Block in. Falrwiy Park
Sec ". Plat Book Pc* 39,
Section :':'. Township '". South,
Range 10 Bat. i-' i'ie County of
Dade, siatt- of Florida, as embrac-
ed In Certificate No. 5491. The
assessment of said proi erty under
ihe saiil certificate is-u I was in
the name of Investors Diversified
Ser Int-
This deed will be issued subject to
1970 Count] Taxes ami C aiity Liens.
rnle-s said certificate* shall be re-
'let metl according to law, the nroperty
described herein will he old to the
highest bidder for cash at ihe court
House door on the first Mondny In
ih.- month of December AD 1970
Which is the 7th day of De.-.ml.e:
A.D. 19T0.
Dated this 2nd day of November,
A.D. il'7.
E il LEATHERM \N
Clerk Circull '' 'Urt,
I vide Pi unty, Florida
By Vf k'mittii Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court B< al
H 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-37?7
Judae Dowling
In RE: Estate "f
HERMAN BILVBR
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are in" bj notll i ,1 and requir- ,
ed io present any elaiiii^ and demands
which vou m.i\ have against the estate
of HERMAN BI1 VER deceased late of
Datle County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dad.- county, and file the
sain.- iii duplicate and as provided in
Section 711.1* Florida Btatutes, In
their offices In the County Courthouse
hi Datle County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of
the firsi publication hereof, or the
name ill I"- barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, thla Utn
day "f Nov mbi r A.D 1970
SHIRLEY YATKIN
\s Executrix
Firsi publication of this notice on
th.- 80th day .f November, 1970.
STBPHAN I. 11 "MEN
Attorney for Ks.. ut.nx
1135 Kan.- c..n. ourse, Bay Harbor
Islands. 33154
11 ..'20-27 12 4-11
PRl il'KSS!" INAL ASSin lATn iN
Attorneys
inn N. Blsca) ne Boulevard
Miami, Ftol Ida
\1 '. l:S-."-_-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT CO'vRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANu FOR OADF.
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2000(1
suit for Divor.ee
PAME1 \ DEE MeCI..\;.\
Plaintiff,
I MM.IP MORRIS McCLAIN,
l lefendant.
Tu: PHILIP MORRIS M" 'LAIN
c o Lena McClaln
RoUle 2
Selnn r. Teiin.
You, PHILIP \b>l',i;is MtCI.Al
ar.- herebv notified thai a BUI f
Coinplalnl for Divorce lias i-e.-n fill
againsl you, and you e reuuii i
serve a eopj of your Answer oi Pleat
ing in the Bill of Complaint on tl
Plaintiff'* attorney, SHELDON
LK1.C1DK and HAROLD It. KAS-
si.N. 19 w. Flagler .-i: .1 Room -'
Miami, Florida 1X110 ind file tl
original Answer or Pleading In Ihi
int of the ci.-rk of the Circull Pou I
on oi before the Hh day of D......
ber. 1970. If you fail to .1.....
mini by default will be taken hgnl"
ynu for iln- relief demaoded in ti -
Bill ot mi'lain!
This notice shall be published on.'
each week for four consecutive
in THE JBWI8H Ki." I.IDIAN
DONE AND OR.)ERFll at
Florida, this 2nd day jI Nuvemb
A.D 1970.
K a LEATHERM IN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Com iv Florida
Bj MAROUERU KENT
Deputy Clock
ii'ireuit Court Seali
SHEl.lX iN N. I.ICI.CIH K and
HARl H 1' Ii K ASSIN
ii- \V. Flagler St., Rm, 301
Miami. Florida 3313 I
Attornes lor Plaintiff
ll
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Jen isl IhtkHiir
solicits your legol notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at iegai
rales .
Dial 37.T iS05
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Halibut Steaks 89
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Haddock Fillet 89
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CHASE & SANBORN 59
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Creamed Cottage Cheese
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Borden's Swiss Cheese
Orange Juice ..........

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GARDEN FRESH FLORIDA GOLDEN
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CARLING
BIACK LABEL
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