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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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"cJewish Florldian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MIKLY
Aurr.e 43 Number 48
Miami. Florida Friday, November 27. 1970
Two Sections Price 2C c
Return To Jarring Talks
May Hinge On U.S. Support
Complaint Says Egyptian
Jets Flew Over Suez Canal
tUSALEM UTAi The
net is expected to c m
> with a formula for Is-
r turn to the Jai i
I.i ks, ace >rding to inform-
. pure "s here. The delll
.-. in be resumed aft >r the
of Ambassador Yitzhak
..In) has been recall d
Washington for consulta-
Most Cabinet members, In-
rluiUng Foreign Minister Atohu
I ban, arr said to favor making
II r rrncti\ atlmi of the Jarring
t ,Hi- riindif-onal on ci-rtain com-
mitment! by Hw Dnited States.
I iMt reportttdW include further
\ in-lit of the Mid1 ast anus
b:i'anoe in Israel's favor, sab-
ot > ti il new economic aid and
\m< ricin political sir-port.
Ish Telegraphic Agency
. '. -ned from hiehlv reliable
es thai fsrael can erpcel
SI .5 billion in economic aid ..
the United SI iti s b tw en 1970
: I 1972. According to thi
s th il Israel can expect
d to gi int Israel
$2 0 million during e ich ol th
n art two years in addition to an
r commitment of $500 mil-
ioi per yeai In the same period.
Ii u 1 has received S100 mil-
lion from the United States this
year. Al tin- present time how-
ever, the only sum definitely
ear-marked for Israel is a $500
million grant for military pur-
chases contained in the Penta-
gon's fiscal 1971 authorization
bill which has hoen passed by
both houses of Congress.
Political circl v here believe
Washington's sudden generosity
reflects its radical reappraisal of
!- .i. role in the Middle East.
I Si tes n : irti dly
i has intimated t i
thai Israel's existence
nts a C immunisl take-over
In i.i b mon and Jordan.
American strategists are said
t: believe thai despite the sta-
bility achieved recently by the
Hum 'In regime, -Ionian would
soon fall prey to Ciniimiisl-dom-
inated croups if it weren't for
Israel. Tin same situation i-. said
to apply to Lebanon which is
militarily weaker than Jordan.
Sharp differences of opinion
between Foreign Minister Kb in
and Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan surfaced at Sunday's
net meeting. Foreign Minis-
try circles oppose Gen. Davan's
proposal for a mutual military
disengagement along the Suez
Canal which they consider im-
Con't. on Page ISA
Congressmen Urge U.S.
Citizenship Be Confirmed
TEL AVIV iJTAi farai I
has ch > with piw
tlvi fll hts over the east bank of
the Suez Canal and lodgi '. thi
. as -fire c implaints with th
United NalIons Truce Sup -
n i UN rs< >
The < implaints were the I
b\ Isiael n e thi c -
; e .' exl -ndt d f r a loth i
90-day period.
n lleged
truce violation to the Un
States Sunday. It charged, In a
note handed to Donald C. Ber-
the senior American dip-
lomatic representative In Cairo'
thai an American U-2 plane flew
a reconnaisance mission ovei
Egyptian portions on the west
bank of the Suez Canal.
According to the Israeli com-
plaints, two pairs of Egypt'aa
Sukhol fighter-bombers flew
oxer the east hank of the canal
from Ismalia to a point north
of R:'s el Alsh Sunday. Monday
mOmlng, the Israelis charged,
two pairs of Snkhoi-*s traversed
Israeli positions while flying
from Kant-ira to Ismailia and
Overflew the positions a second
time on a northward flight from
Ismailia t<> Hi" el Aish.
There w is no Immediate in-
d ration of the reasons for the
overflights at this time, but a
Foreign Ministrj sp ikesnvjn told
ni en thai the Egyptian ovi -
flights and Cairo's complaint i>
the Unit' l States were int
ed to den i post-
Nassci re ;ime is ti >ugh.
According to Mrs. V i Ver< '.
h ad of the M d
: department, the incidi
wi re symptomatic of intei
troubles In Egj; I
strong pressures wi re buil I
up insi le Egypt for the Sa i I
governmenl to abandon Egypl
ili .f leader of the Arato
and to concentrate on Egypti
inten sts.
The Egyptian governmenl
parent ly has not decided wh
it would do if the Jarring pea
talks are not resumed by the
time the cease-lire expires, but
il is clear, she said, that th"
Egyptians are unwilling to take
any risks at present, so they
mini put up a tough front.
Mrs. Vered said the new Jor-
danian regime under the pr -
miership of Wasfi el Til. was
applying a firm band in its r -
lations with terrorist organiz -
tions. The new firmness is a r -
suit of King Hussein's milita *y
success In the September ci\ :1
war which proved thai bis arm;
u said and the terrorist groins
have been weakened by mass d -
sertions and huge losses ol an
and ammunition.
SKTNGTON fJTAl \
up of 67 m
i f B itlves
i letter to Seen I
m P, Rogers i
D?p tmenl t i
the C-: citi-
Rigerman, a
I S i\ iel Jew who was
p ice on the U.S. Em-
s in Moso iw two we ks
h lied an applies
;c in citizenship.
i 1 with resisting an of-
Mr. Rigerman spent seven
- -I jail. He was reportedly
si Wednesday but sourc-
believe he is in imminent
: long-term punishm"nt
attempts to establish
n C'.ttzenship in order to
th countrv. Mr. Rigcrman
I his citizenship appllca-
" ihe lact that h:s mother
.....ican-born and his father
i iwrtui H V S. crtlzerf H
was B n in R >-;i i.
The tt< i" Mr. Ro : s was
sed by Hep. Jam H.
it r, (D- N.Y.i who said. "It
Soviet Embassy Protests
(Seizure Of Tass Office
UINGTON, (JTA1 Th
h i -> has protesti d I i
Dep rtment over th
il in bv e ghl .' ish
the offices ol Ta
press a ncv, In th i
!' -- Bull lin 11~' Ft -
ssy cnunsi I ir Uliy
nade the protesl I >
s. si t Dep M"-t
s ,\ iel affairs, sp kes-
i.

v tic d regr >ts o'
ns that mav hi ve
it it was emphasized
Tas i offices .ire not d:p-
s 's and there was
ition of property dam-
studehti bad entered
and chained them-
ther to protest Soviet
emigration permission
- Aft >r being ejected and
> the police, they were
on their own recogni-
Auto Race
Rescheduled
TEL AVIV i JTA i The pro-
moters of an international auto-
mobile race acceded to the de-
mands Of religious zealots and
ri scheduh d the race which was
to have been run Saturday in
Ashkelon for Sunday.
They accepted compensation
in thi' amount of some 60,000
for the loss incurred as a result
of holding the contest on Sun-
day, an ordinary working day
in Israel. Thousands of ticket-
lers inded refunds when
thi n sc ii duling was announced,
nlj il o it lo.ooo of an i x-
tators attend-
,,: The moro y repoi tedly w
l aisi I In rthodox quart* is.
Mas mstrations had b
at< n 'd by Orthodox groups
after appeals I the Cal Inel
Kn< ssi i and th Supn mi C
had been rejected on grounds
that the race was a private
event. The deal with the pro-
moters, which is b, ir- widi ly
criticized In Israel as a "pay off
was negotiated by Nathanya's
Mayor Oved Ben Ami, who of-
fered his services as mediator to
his colleague, Ashkelon's Mayor
Rahavia Adivi.
Mayor Ren Ami said the sik c-
tacle Of Orthodox Jews wearing
prayer shawls and wailing In
Ihe streets of Ashki Ion would
have been carried on world-wide
television, creating an image
reminiscent of the Nazi era in
Europe.
i >rfe :tly clear that
its In-
tioi nti-Isi el position
si ;> up activi
within th -;
rhi Mr. R
mi n > only a single example of
whal > Jews in
th Union While there
imits i wh ii ear g >vern-
meni priatelj do to
ict So\ iel inti-S
hen is one case where immedi-
ate State Department action can
help one human being."
A Slate Department spokesm in
said that no decision has been
made, but the Department is
s. king additional information
in the case.
Enquiry Begun Into Plane
Crash Killing Three Pilots
I AVIV (JTA' A sp -
lal littce ol ai ronautical
fli -lit engii
opened ;: n ini|U:r\ todaj into
the c .-ii of a new Israeli turbo-
prop transport on a training
flighl lasi Thursday. The crash
took the lives of three men. in-
cluding Israel's chief test pilot,
Avraham Hacohen. A fourth
crew-member parachuted safely.
The plan'. a twin-engined
"Anna" designed and built by
Shalom Tower Plot
Revealed By Suspect
TEL AVIV (JTA Details of
,. ; Ian to blow up thi- Shalom
Tower, Isra 'l's onlj skj cr
offici building, were disci
i the openmg of the trial
of a 20-ye ir- ild Swiss yo ith,
last s im with
i conci I on his
:
The youi '"' lh*"
i i to the Popular Fronl for the
: Palestine and I i
\, cii cli in Switzerland. His
pan nts have arrived here with a
Swiss lawyi r reportedly paid for
by Ihe Swiss manager of the
Arab bank in Switzerland.
If convicted, llrejiiel could be
s. ntenced to death, but ii Is con-
sidered unlikely that capital pun-
ishment will be applied in bis
can Police said that Brejuel
talked freely or his plans after
he was picked up in Haifa.
A shai 'cd stoms ins
tor spotti i the youth after he
. im the it.i.. i
motorship Messapia with a tour-
..:. D 5] ite the Mmro r
he i hi '^ iring a j
,at. A s h show-
i i ., i s.i. 'ially
: which 20 briqu ts
h ex sives w re hid I
I',,bee said Brejuel told them
"1 i m e lefl st, and that he
v nt< d to help th( Arab caus
1! went to Beirut, Lebanon,
where he contacted the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pal-
estine, a terrorist group he Ii I
bj G irge Habash. Tney trained
him in the i.....1 expl isivi s u
provided him with v... cors t.
He returned to Switzerland -
cured a fresh passport and went
to [$rae] I i commit sabotaj .
police said.
Brejuel told them he intend-
Ont. on Page ISA
I l Ai:craft Ii dustrii s I
v as the prototype of Israe -
first commercial transport th
,\. lue to enter con
e next April. Ii crashi I
the bills near Tulkarem on I
West Bank.
The sole survive'-, David I.c\ .).
an American employed by Isi
Aircraft Industries as a tesl ; '
hi s eported the fatal flight to
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
He was accompanied by AI
Schwimmer, another American
expatriate, who Is director g
eral of Aircraft Industries.
The investigating commit!
is trying to piece together I
circumstances that led to the
crash. Experts are combing th"
cash area to find pieces of V.:
plane spread over a radius
more than two miles. Aceordii :
.'. iti sses, the plane ci
ed after an explosion -ii- .red "'
one wing.
Germon Police Break Up
Peaceful Demonstration
INN i JTA i A
ition by about 60 .1 -
I r ii !i his 5c
Is In fronl of the Soviet i
was 1-oken up by West
nan police after the Rus-
. polilleal an iche, v J.
i;, gomlov, isk.'d them to "Hi
date l!'is swinish action of 1 i -
So\ e< pr i\ oc ition."
The youngsters can led pi -
cards protesting the treat
Of Soviet Jews and uph
the r righl to emigrate to h
Thev tried to deliver a letter I i
the Embassy listing examples
d liscrimination and In-
disnities suffered by Jews in the
USSR.


Page 2-A
*JmtUi HartdBan
Friday, November 27. 1970
Fj
Histadrut Launching
$2 Million Campaign
Creator Miami Jewry will for-
ma ly launch a campaign to com
1.; t the S2.0O3.00O South Florida
M llcal Center In Beersheba, Is-
rael, Sunday night at the Fon-
!i a i Hoi -1. The annual din-
ner ol the Israel Histadrut Coun-
el ofTTorldX set for G:30 p.m. in
th Grand Ballroom, will honor
Mr. and Mrs. GingoiJ of Miami
Beach, pioneer leaders of the His-1
tadrut here, in Chicago, III-, and'
Ijis AniryV-. Calif.
Th" banquet also will ma-k tlie.
loci Je.vish cjmmunity's c.lebra-'
t'.on of th- 28rd anniversary of the!
United Nati-)i-s resolution pnrti-
tleping Palestine. The Nov. 29.,
1947 resolution bitterly opposed I
by the ,\:ah states hut B'tpiorted
by both the r-i'ei states and
Soviet Union hid the foundation
for the establishment of the State
o." Isr tel.
Israel's ranking cms d general
in the r-iit (! St it-'s Rehaveam
Amir, will f'y h^re from New-
York to be thp prlnc'pal sn^ak^r
. t the event. M than 500 p^r-
sons are expected to attend; rr*s
e.....; e-.; <- tlll U\ lilvll'.e Bt 111
Hi '.i lrut office.
The H'stnlmt in Israel is pro-
viding SI OOO.C'.O for the comtruc-
t'on of the new renter at Bc-r-
sheba, which will i<-'-H" t'-e
Greater M'iml Ftetnbil'tatlop
Center. It \\>'l he d'",e"t to and
affili-t.d v:-'i ti< 859-ted Cen-
tra! Negev Hospital.
The Bn Novick Oitpntiont ]
Clinic will be n kev ?-it of tV
T''".- center, which will also lv af-
filiated w:th rh" ne' motlVi'
school or th" Univc-sitv of th-
Ne^ew Israel's win<",,*t iin've**
-.ity already has enrolled 2,500 stu-
dents.
Dr. Michael Sossin, president of
the Israel Histadrut Council, will
preside at Sunday's dinner. Hon-
orary chairman is Dr. U'on Kron-
isli. national b.wrd chairman of
the American Israel Histadrut
Foundation and rabbi of Miami
Beach's Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Joseph Narot Guest Speaker At 2 Interfaith Services
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot of Tern-
do Israel of Greater Miami was
ruest speaker at two Thanksgiv-
ing Holiday Interfaith services in
the community this week.
Wednesday evening, ho deliv-
ered th,' message before Protestant.
Roman Catholic, and Jewish par-
ticipants in the Thanksgiving
Service at the Homestead Air
Force Base. A Catholic choir and
the South Dado High School Con-
Cantor An Honorary Member
When the Shomrim Society of
cert Chorus furnished th" mus-c.
Thursday morning Dr. Narot
preached at an Interfaith rvco
held by downt wn Miami's Prot-
estant churches and Temple Isra '
with Dr. Conrad Willard of the
Central Baptist Church as host
clergyman. Other churches repre-
.ei ted Included the First Christian
Church, the First United Metho-
dist Church, and the new St. John
institutional Baptist Church.
fPewf.-"
Others who will take part in 'Florida, an organization of active
the event include Sam Finste;n.
hoard chairman of the Histadrut
Council; Moe Levin, chairman of
the Labor Zionist Division; and Ja-
cob Rifkin, chairman of the Busi-
ness and Professional Division.
Norman J. Kasser. cochairman
of the Histadrut Foundation for
the Southi astern United States.
will report on the progress of the
organization. To date more than
1.0"0,000 has boon raised for
Israel.
and retired Jewish police officers,
met recent lv at the Sholborne
E del, the first order of business
was the annual memorial service
for the deceased mom'X'rs which
was conducted by Cantor Kmanuol
Handel, president of Levitt me-
: mortal Chapel. Following the serv-
ice, p'st president Louis Leff pre-
sented Cantor Mandel with a min-
| iature gold police shield and h >n-
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gingold, (standing) are congratulated
upon their selection as honorees for the annual banquet of
the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida. Sunday night
at the Fontainebleau Hotel by Moshe Gilboa. (left) consul
general of Israel, and Yehoshua Levy, treasurer of Hista-
drut in Israel. Mr. Levy was honored at a brunch hosted by
Consul General Gilboa at the Fontainebleau.
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leading Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Associoi.cn
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SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 13th, 1970
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day. November 27. 1970
+Jmlst>ncrkfJb0j
Page 3-A
Local Federation Receives
Record Number Of Awards
|The Greater Miiimi Jewish F.M-
Btion receive,I ;i record number
[Public Relations Awards at the
39th Gencr.d A--.-
puncil of Jew i-.ii 1 ,i,.,
ifclfajft .Funds, wluih wasi
^City. Mo.
Fisner, |>:.
\fM ff&, anWUflWr^TTTTni'iiv (h.trt*
JQ federations throuehoui the
Tr^fe States and Cm. 1
the annual Competition. The (livat-
Ci Itiami Jewish Federation re-
, four first place awards, he
the most ever -j\en to
dividual community in the
tmual competition, inoliulinn P,est-
^-Show. The 12 awards are pre-
ited to federations represent int;'
irish communities with popu'a-
rns of over 40.000.
the best single campaign
the Federation received a
it place award for its brochure
nth your help ." First
Be awards were also present-
the best television and film
r, the best television spot an-
ementa, and for praphic ex-
cellence in the presentation of an
entire campaign.
award-winning materials."
Mr. Fisher noted, "arc indie
Of the creativity and profession il-
i.-m of the various communities
and will serve as communication
models for other communities in
iiuafc*'**.public relations and in-
formation efforts for year-round
programming as well as campaign-
ing."
Mr. Fisher praised the federa-
tions for the quality and diver-
sity of the programs which were
submitted and called attention to
the growing use of the television
medium as a vehicle for getting
their messages across.
Delegates representing the
Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity at the General Assembly meet-
ing included Mrs. Jerome Kipnis,
Women's Division Chairman of
the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign; Mrs. Burton Levey, presi-
dent of the Federation's Women's
Division; Mendel! M. Selig, a mem-
ber of the Federation's Planning
Committee on Jewish Education
and Chairman of the Cash Commit-
' Stanley C. Myers, first presi-
dent of the Gre iter Miami Jewish
Federation and a lif" board mem-
ber of the CJFVVK. and Mrs. My-
ers.
Also Harry B. Smith, vice pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and member of the
hoard of the CJFWF; Harry A.
Levy, a member of the Federation's
Board of Directors and recipient
of the 1970 Presidents' Leadership
Award, and Mrs. Levy; Robert P.
Forman, executive director, Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation; My-
ron J. Brodie, associate executive
director, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Elliot Cohan, direc-
tor of the Federation's Women's
Division, and Arthur Flink, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
public relations counsel.
The Federation's public relations
and advertising is handled through
Hank Meyer Associates and E
Robert Levison Advertising.
^n Tlbii. IW
Harry A. Levy, recipent of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Presidents' Leadership Award, was greeted by
Max Fisher, president of the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, at the organization's recent 39th Gen-
eral Assembly meeting in Kansas City, Mo. The Presidents'
Leadership Award, the Greater Miami Jewish community's
highest honor is given annually to the young Jewish person
who has done exemplary work on behaff of the community.
From left are Mr. Levy, Mrs. Levy, Mr. Fisher, and Stanley
C. Myers, first president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and a life board member of the CJFWF.


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PROBLEM SOLVED IN SPIRIT OF
ECUMENICAL COOPERATION
PHAN RANG AB. Republic of Vietnam (7th AF) Three air-
men here wen- laced with a problem recently. What do you do
with a Ruccot religious shelter after tin* festive holiday is over?
Sgts, Dennis Saffrin of Wilmette, III.; Chris Walton of
Denver, Colo., and Martin Diamond of Miami had built the three-
sided shelter on the base chapel lawn, lined the sides with the
traditional grains, stalks and ears of corn, and put seats in for
those wishing to observe the holiday, which serves to promote
the spirit of ;: good harvest.
After the Oct. lti observance the airmen solved their prob-
lem in a spirit oi ecumenical cooperation by donating the con-
tents to the base chaplains for use in a Christmas Nativity scene.
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fat Kameny. (left) chairman of the Judg-
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iti' inline of the Big Four will not be decided by
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tarn nations today Ii as b potential consumer of products,
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markets). Bui beyond economics much will depend on alli-
ance politics, if the United States and Japan can establish a
i relation In Asia, as the United States once did with
i'.i it iin iu Europe, Americans can stop quaking at the nightmare
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IV-th Kd#-^h C<>ih:"'i' a
Miami Beech centenarian Samuel Elman
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birthday by Max Gleiberman. (left, South-
eastern chairman of Workmen's Circle; Ed-
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the Israel Histadrut Campaign; Dr. Sol Stein.
execut.ve v.ce president of the American
Israel Histadrut Foundation; and Judge Her-
bert S. Shapiro. Histadrut Foundation legal
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Jewisfr fir r Irffar
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This Week In History
40 Year- Ago This Werk: 1930
The Jowish Agency declared
that the British White Paper was
incompatible" with the Pales-
tine Mandate and "conceived
in a spirit which is not that of a
government seriously inteoesled in
ihe cstihlishnvnt of the Jewish
J< itional Home."
The secretary of the New York'
si te B "Hi of Medical Examiners
said "anti-Jewteh" policies at med-
- hoolfl were based primarily
on geography and not on con-
scious discrimination.
Three Catholic monks startled
a Viennese Jewish congregation by
entering and saying kaddish for
Baron Otto von Taussig, a Jewish
convert to Christianity.
10 Years Ago This Week: limit
The United States Army agreed
o investigate charges by the
Jewish War Veterans that .m ex-
Nazi general employed at the
Dachau site had claimed the eon-
If you're rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
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Sherman Winn Sam Manna Steve Winn
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\bur little girl
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friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
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Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
centration camps were built after
the war by the Allies.
West Germany rejected attor-
ney Robert Servatius' request for
aid to Adolf EichnuuuVs defense
unci. explaining: "The case does
not come under the legal protec-
tion ordinarily accorded German
citizens abroad."
Germany's. Social Democrats re-
solved that "the establishment of
diplomatic relations (with) Israel
has become both necessary and
possibli."
Israel said that "if a solution by
integration in the Arab world
V('IV actuallj carried out," she
would compensate refugees for
property left behind even before
the achlev. m. >nl of a final peace
settlement or the solution of other
outstanding pr >hlems."
B'naJ Br.th Eiillel chairman Dr.
Willian Hihr said .Jewish colle-
giate enrollment was up 85 per-
cent and the religions quotn sys-
tem "Is todav virtually dead."
Johannes Kremcr, selection doc-
tor at Auschwitz who served 10
years in Poland, was given a sus-
pended 10-year sentence in Ger-
many.
Aroheologists north of Tel Aviv-
found a large stone with letl
carved by K:n<; Antlochus III of
Syria and Chief Priest Ptolemy.
Joseph Ariel, former ambassa-
dor to Belgium and researcher at
the Yad Vash ity. charged that lti key Nazii
were advisors to Egyptian Presi-
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Dr. Fran/ Schlegeberger, Nazi
Deputy Minist >r of Justice, was
allowed by a Dusseldorf court tn
continue o-i a $?00-a-month pen-
sion because he "did nol ad c n-
trary to law" in creating Nazi
'aws nd ordering the execution
, .1 n Jewish prisoner.
The American Nazi Party
claiming it was illegally dej '
of the right of public ambly,
sued the Anti-11 i i nal >n I
the I'.S. Interior Department and
thn Washington Corp irati >n C un-
si I. General Hospital an 1 distri i
m ssioners.
Alfred Golden Is Temple's
Friday Evening Speaker
Hill. I Hoard president Alfred
Golden, an executive with River-
side Chapels of Florida, will be
the gqest speaker at Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob. Hialeah. Friday eve-
ning.
Mr. Golden has chosen the topic
How About Thanksgiving for the
good Kids?" The services, which
will be conducted by Kabbi
Maurice Klein, the temple's spir-
itual leader, will begin at 8:18 p.m.
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At the annual meeting of Vari-
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Ambassador's Ball Climax
Of Years Bond Activities
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Th< event, traditionally hold un-
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i a c'imax i'.r year's activities of
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Ainslee Ferdie To Speak
At Brandeis Zionist Meet
Attorney Ainslee P.. Ferdte, a
oi imini i ; ic and vi terans' i r-
ganization l< ader who has serv d
:\s president of the Corn! Gables
Bar Ass elation, will be the guest
speaker at 1 ting to be
In kl by tii Brandi is Zionist I is-
trict in the Was Fi
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Jewish Flcr:dian columnist Edward Cohen and Dr. Daniel
Da La Penha cf Hollywood inspect the Children's Shelter
at Tirat Zvi, a farminq ettlement on the west side oi the Jor-
dan border in the Beit She'an Valley. This was one of many
military, farming and immigrant establishments they visited
last week on a UJA mission designed to give community
leaders inside informationand insighton the present
situation in Israel.
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Thomas W. McMahon, Jr. (center), executive vice president
ct The Chase Manhattan Bank, accepts the American Jew-
ish Committee Human Relations Award from Francis S.
Levien, president of Universal American Corp., at a testi-
monial dinner in New York. Flanking them are, (horn
left) Philip E. Hoffman. Committee president; David Rock-
efeller, chairman of the board of The Chase Manhattan
Bank, and Harry E. Gould, Sr., chairman of the board,
oi Universal American.
RICHARD N'.XON
President or the United Stores
Israel is ct s'irrin-j excrmple of how a de-
t;rmintd p;e?le can convert a stork and
somber wasteland in!o o arasnbtlt tf lite
and f.riil'.ty..
In this transformation, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, is on; ol th: eldest ol existinj
Jewish Institutions, has played a basic ond
pervasive r&le. 7h? Fi'nd has iiflp^d redeem
the .-.asr'I nd and make ava:!able Icrae
ai-as for settlement by those who fled
from persecution in other lands.
GOLDA MEIER
Prime Minister of the Side of Israel
ihe Jewish National Fund amplifies and
rxtends the fundcmen'nl principle of the
adMrobility o1 th; s.^il which shall never
hi sold in perpetuity and shall r.main the
property of the nalicn :o serve as the
foundation of the en!ire agrarian r?;ime of
Israel.
The sublim^ gaol of the Jewish National
Fund is th!> conquest of our country's desert
which shiill be transformed Into cjltivnble,
fertilt and smiling fields. In this yeor of
1970-1971 (5731 we commend and salute
the Jewish National Fund for its viial role
in th: future cf our Homeland.
Jewish Nuticnsl Find Strengthens Israel
Attend Ths
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20th at 6:30 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Famous Guest Speaker Entertainment Dinner Music
FOR RESERVATIONS
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OFFICE
Telephone 538-6464 420 Lincoln Road
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Chairman, Executive Board
Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Foundation Chairman


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Friday, November 27, 1970
C7Z. 7&&- 5^J,
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kA Synthesis Between Heaven. Earth-
Rabbi Cop/an
B) ir.YBHI lOXAII E. CAPLstM
Sky l-iki- SviuikoU'""
The Bible tells us that the "h< iv-
... th.' b.M'.-ns of tho Lore'
. i.e earth Ho gave to tho sons
man." This
: iSOpi) si-;,-
ind dis-,
tinct ownei -
th" heavens by
(;-ri and th<-
man.
There is how-
. r. i t il '' I
in
Bible which
jays "To the
< longs the
e a r t h and ill
th;it is in it "
Evidently, the Lord is not ready
i.i relinquish ownership of tho
rth to nun.
The Talmud d scusses tliis con-
. lion in passages and explains
as meaning that <;-d places a
it .in condition which man must
. -ccpt ix'fore he takes possession I
the earth. That condition is the
:.. knowledgement of Cl-d and earth, i
This synthesis Jacob envisioned;
' i his dream as recorded in tliis'
week's reading oi tho Torah: "And |
'..- dreamt and behold, a ladder i
i firmly established on earth and
la top touches heaven, and the
Angels of the Pud are going up
a ii| down on it."
Jacob saw two-way traffic be-
tween heaven and earth. There
as to be an interchange of re-
lonsibiHty. G-d would carry out
' is promise to man if man would
. irry out his obligations to G-<1.
Man has been placed on earth
to serve his Maker and to serve
.s fellow human beings in accord-
ance with the teachings and prin-j
ilS laid down in tho Torah.
When man fulfills this obliga-
tion, he takes possession of the
earth, making a heaven of it. When
mar. fails In carrying out the Di-
vine teachings, ho forfeits his
right of ownership, making a hell
ot earth.
Dr. Gannes Bureau's
Guest This Weekend
Dr. Abraham P. Gannes, direc-
tor of the Department of Kduca-
tion and Culture of tho
j will b- th- "
iu of Jewish Education dur-
ing the Thanksgiving weekend.
Dr. Ganm-s will meel with the
educational directors of tho Jewish
schools al the offices of the B ..-
' eau on Friday to discuss I
I programs for summer study in
Israel. Ho will also present other
approaches to tho study of Israel \r.
Jewish schools.
Dr. Ganms will also meet the
Committee on Jewish Education o'
tho Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and will consult with educa
tional directors of individual Jew
ish schools in the area.
Dr. Gannes, who was at one
time executive director of the lo-
r->\ Bureau of Jewish Education
has since served as executive direc-
tor of the Council of Jewish Edu-
.iii in Philidclnhia. and as d:
r< ctor of the Cejwin Camps.
Rabbi Reviews Wiesel Book
Rabbi Borel Woin. tho spiritual
leader of Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, will review Elio Wiesel's book.
"Beggar in Jerusalem" at a joint
meeting Of Sky Lake Synagogue's
Sisterhood. Young Couples Club
and congregation in the synagogue
Tuesday at 8 p.m. as part of its
Observance of Jewish Book Month.
The new members of the congre-
gation and Sisterhood will bo offi-
cially inducted bv Rabbi Jonah K.
Caplan, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
B] RABBI SAMUEL I. FOX
\Vnv dees JewM tradition re*
sjotre hartal of thr ieceasal as
<|uiekly a* .)0>ible?
Basically, this tradition is traced
to th- case mentioned in the Bible^
vhich rnT?i*s one wWrPVa'sTi tnK-
the Bible tells us
that he should not be left ha
out I 'ind buried the
same day ID uteronomy 21:22
illy, the R c >i
this I be a cans of i
the h in I the dec- as d M in
ling i i Jewish tradition re-
ins i certain no lil ly even in
ieath and thus his remains are to
I with honor and laid to
resl is q licklj ;----
It is interesting to not- thi *
ns given by the Zohar
viticus 88b). One is that who I
keeps pse from b ing buried
prevents the Almighty's design
from being carried out. Th Is so
because the Zohar claims that the
design of the Almighty may have
been that the soul be transferred
take place until the original body
has been buried.
In giving the second reas >n the
Zohai says: "So long as tho body
ins un'ouried the soul -
oain and an unclean spirit rests
upon tho body ... At nighl the
unclean spirit spreads over the
earth seeking for a body with ul
a soul to defile it The
cannot enter the other world un-
til it is ire ested w i'1' n it
formed of light." This does not
take place until tho body is buried.
In another place tho Zphar 111
i Number 143b) explain*
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION '
Toldos Yitzchak ^Schoo
i in f tmiiinijl
And these are the generations of Isaac, Abraham^'""^
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JACOB AND ESAU It Was not until 20 years af _
marriage that Rebekah bore twin sons, as a result of h
pravets to God. Esau, the elder, became a hunter; Jacob, the
younger, led a peacul*e as a shepherd. Esati showed little re-
gard CM his privilege- as first-born and, on one occasion, when
r. turning from bunting in a famished state, agreed to sell bis
,fn return for some bread and lentil pottage.
ISA \c AT GKP.RAP. < n account of the famine, Isaac wont
t0 Uve in G rrar and through his industrious efforts there be-
,.., Journeying through the VaUey ol Gerrar, he
rtu .. h ch had been co\ red with earth by
Philistines. H Beersheba. Before long
5 visitd by K izin* Ul 1>a
G-d led a peace treaty with him. Mean*
Esau gri, si nl iy marrying two Hittite women.
BLESSING OF [SAAI I- ac, who had grown old and
Wind, felt th I come to confii n Esau's authority
i: |Uesti I u to bring him some
eat some of it and bless him. Rebekah,
rt, ,.....he -"! 'r"':' ta Ks",s ^irn1en,<-
covered his hands ai goatskin to make them fed
hairy and s I in to Isaac with venison. Jacob's voice
,scd I- ,!">' w'rc alla>v<1 wben he felt
his hands He blessed Jacob and told him that his descendants
would Inherit a fertile land and rule over other nations. N
sooner had Jacob left than Esau returned and tho truth was
discovered, but Isaac did not revoke the former blessing. In re-
sponse to Esau's plea, he foretold that the future generations of
Esau would live bj the sword but would have to serve Jacob's
lesccndants for some time. Esau vowed to kill his brother as
fath : lied, s i Rebekah advised her favorite son
,:,-,- u, i ta> with Laban. her brother, at H iran. Isaac,
now realizing thai il was G-d's will thai Jacob should possess the
rights of the Hrst-bc n, gave him similar counsel and expressed
the wish that be choosi i wi e from among his uncle's family.
Aftei Jacob had left Beersheba, Esau, i- an effort to placate his
nts for marrying alien s, married his cousin, a laughter
': Ishmael. i Gen. 25:19-28:9j

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A rock concert entitled "For "Eclipse" and 'Stl~K Zipper," will
keeping the corpse overall Peace on Earth" will be held Sat- k featured,
out burial mbarrasses the i ,id- urday from 8 P.m. to 1 a.m. at the ThK eoncert and darco is
ual soul because the corpse of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, B50 ,- teenagers to
man appears to be no different svv 8th St. Spenfier Rermis h ",s. '" ""'"'^ "!Z
than that of the animal. It is only ., ti ,. ...... ind lp to *1
In life thai one obseni I Heavenly Productions and i ,h,ir friend. For
Inference between man and v.- ; inds such as "Sm Basil." call Stephanie
mal. rSoul." "The New So ..- Bi
NORTH MIAMI
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Bn Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. Z533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
EETH AM (TEMPLE) 59M N. Ken-
dall D' S. Miami. Reform. Rabte
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. R.ihhi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lip*on. *
,, -, ni nnd '" p "i Sermon:
iikKRlviiiK-Why?" Baturdaj
.. in I'.ai Mltsvnh Sharon, ilnugtnter
,\h, rn tula Sai lit .....I thi lati
Kxlii.-j SaehH,
EETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 6
EETH KODECH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modm Traditional RjMii Max
Shapiro. Cantor Den Dickion 6
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nernlion." 4:15 p m
i' hi Si-rniuii
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EETH TOv 'Tnrrple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinket t
!.,v n in: "Let I'-
ll, il,, ... .1 hj Ones
.i al
ISRAEL (Temolel OP GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Krlclio :1S p.m Bermon: by Rabbi
N'arot: "V.le. N'eel Thr Synasofrui
Special Service welcoming Ne Mem-
ber* ni Quroenlck Chapel, hi Mal
Sanctuary Rabbi Tabachnlkoff will
i ii Sermon: "Thanl
. Thn Pot The Price Of I ini
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nat'ian Parnass 11
Friday S SO p.m and R:1S p m. Sermon
i I-. U| i Be Thankful- if Only \'.u
Wouldn't Blow mi' My Candle Sat-
urday 8:43 :'i Portion III '!"" u e< *
OR OLOM (len-.pie) 8'so S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Gnx-
man. "
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Corservative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbiny 14
TIFERETH JACOB 'Tmgl,1)h.9 Vau '
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klem "
p .;,.. .- ki r. Mr.
.,,,....- II....V Aboul
ThankKglvlnit Por The ':...... 's ".'",,
m Bar Mluvah: Bcotl
ii ___ ____
ZIQN (TEMPLE). .6000 Miller Rd
Cbnservative. Rabbi Norman 4. Sha-
Diro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
PTt<1ay 8:S0 p m Saturday 9 r m. Bar
h: Haroldi aon 6 Mr isiHn
i-...,..,.-,! Oold; and Irwin, -" Mr.
and Mrs Norman Inwooa.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixe Hwy. Conserva* v-
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirsr.rienbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 CaHyle Av
Ortnodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Ratbi Berel Wem 18
BETH JACOB 801 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rdhb' Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ky. Canter Maunce Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMF-LE). 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Can'or Saul Breeh 20
t:l.1 p.m i -in" Sabbal I
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Cnnviser 21
Friday p.m Bermon: "One Oene-
ruii'.ii After." Saturday 10:45 am Bur
Mitxvah: David, non >( Mr, and Mrs
Royal Klaus: Jotian Bal Mltsvah:
Wi idy, dautrhter of Dr. and Mrs.
Michael All.in.
OHEV SHALOM 7C53 BOnlta Dr
Orthodox. Raobi Pnineas W-S..'.
man. 3C
SEPHARDIC JfcWISH CENTER. 64;
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3:
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 3C
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JFVK5H
CENTER. 7501 E. Tre.is'.re Dr.,
North Bay Village. Conserva'. v
Cantor Leon Seaai. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servativt. Rabbi MUton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabhi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
FT. LA'JDERDALE
fic-M si-.-.c,_ (TtMPLE). 5*7 E.
.I,.,. Park E'./d. Rabbi Sheldon
ntor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANI W. Oakland Park
B'vr! Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
ram*. Cantor, Jerome Klement. 43
P0.V.PAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM -EMP-E) 132 SE 11th Ave.
- ,: Oi Morris A. 'okop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SJRFSIDE
M1i".'-N DAVID CONC.REGAT.ON.
Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Oi .hodox Rabhi Isaac D Vine
60
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Me-.-lian Av-nue. 2?.A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
EMANU-EL (TKMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Pi da) *. p.m and 8:S0 p.m. Bermon:
"Coiihl rour Bli -A Poal
Thankaglvlng Snrmon." Saturday 9
am. Tin- Weekly Portion < Bible Junior Congregation Si
.i in
HEBREW ACADEMV. 2400 Pmetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 182'T St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Friday vir. p.m. Sermon: M
in Jewish Lite." Saturdaj i m Bar
Mltzvah Riiaacll, acfn of Mr. and Mrs
Richard Small.
C'"ls



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evision
v.
CONG. AN-NElL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Men-
d.an Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Atraham
Nov
rocjramt
Ben-Hill?l.
25-A
The F :si Estate
Human in Megapolis"
Simins. Community Relations Etoarei
Pi ., Temple Jutjea; Father
oj r, St. Franeis Xavier Capiolic Church,
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mon Schiff. D>^fJ(pf%(^mmuni,-v
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinaton Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif 21
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OAOE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:15 pm Dialogue Sermon
between Rabbi Klngaley and Mr Bam
Bloom: 'Things For Which We Are
Thankful, And Things Pbr Which We
Are Xol Bo ThankfuL" Saturday 10:30
.-i m Bar Mltsvah: Jonathan Blecher,
rod i,f Mr. and Mrs. M.idi. u Racolaa.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 3t
Friday 5:10 p.m Saturday 8 a.m Ber-
mon: "Tiiiink Vou, America." 5 p.m.
Minrha
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 900 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday r.ir. p.m. Saturday 8 a.m Bar
Mltsvah: Cralg, s......i Mr and Mm
Fred Kinli.,111. Bermon: '"Can )'"u Be
Deceived
H/UlANDALE
HA'.L*NOAi JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1.-,t Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEmPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e. 4S
Friday v '< pm Sermon: "The
Strenglh To Pel evi re s. lurd
.i n. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son "f
Mr. iinti Mrs Meyer m. Tenne i
BETH SHALOM iTEMPLf V 1728
Monroe S". Conservative Rl
Morton Mal.ivsky. Cantor .rving
Gold. 4
RINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 43
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
N.W. 9th St.
JUDEA
CORAL GABLES
(TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
..-.... -------------- """ UEMPLE) 5500 Granada
MENORAH ( i EMPLEl. 620 75th St Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram. FrldaJ vl.'i p.m Baturda] II I". u in
owitz. Cantor Nico Feidman ? Bar Mltsvah: Peter, ami of \|. ind
Frldut r. i. in l'.,i \iit'(-..i. ,'....i.. \i... v........... i,..,. .
w... -..>. MBuui i.mycr Abram
owitz. Cantor Nico Feidman 28
P ni Bal Mltsvah Cindy
daughter of Mr. ami .Mr- Si I
Saturda) 9 :. m
B
N'orman Roi
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave,
mcd -ta..,^ .T^.Trr^ Ccnservative. Rabbi Moxwell Berger
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and Cantor Nathan Zolondek.
I*?""1- Wa,er*ay Conservative. Frldaj R:15 pm Sermon bi
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed. "
i..'l u-i^._
. 'I'-' m ward Klein.
Ed
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, Rabbi
gi r Saturday i ,, ,
Bei
Uincha.
Tfiu pagr. ii prepared cooprration u':'th the Greater
Miami Rdbbmicdl Association.
Cooriiindtor of the jcwurei
aphtarmg, hrrr is
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade' oj
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables


Friday. November 27, 1970
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Cantor Katz Guest Artist
At JNF's Annu al Dinner
Cantor Sholom Katz of Wash-
ington, DC. will lx' llic cucst
arttst t th- annual dinner to be
tald by the Jewish National Fund
e Fontainebloau Hotel Sun-
Dec. 20. according to an an-
pneement made by Miami Roach
iyor Jay Dormer, president of
Jewish National Fund Council
reater Miami, and Dr. Irving
rman. chairman of its Founda-
m held 1
Anna Brenner Meyers White
House Conference Delegate
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, a
leader in professional, civic and
religious affairs since she moved
to Dade County from New York
ir. 1934, has been Invited to repre-
sent Florida's llth Congressional
Districts) t^mitiMBBPSSBt
Terence on Cniidnn in washing-
ton. D.C., Dec. 13-18.
check for S2.500. representing
>ncy raised through the rcdemp-
an of Green Stamps, was pre-
sented to JNF by the Washington
JPVderal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation for its Abe Grunhut Project
|n Me Ami. Israel, it was reported.
Abraham Grunhut, a vice presi-
...dent of the JNF, was the honoree
tat the recent ZOA-JNF Banquet,
Kvhich was nuclei- the chairman-
[ship of Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Robert St. John, a war corre-
hpondent, journalist and author,
[was guest speaker at that event:
the invocation was given by Rabbi
David I.ehrfield, and Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz made the appeal to
establish the JNF-Abe Grunhut
Project.
The committee planning the
coming event includes Mr. and
Mrs. Max Aflaehiner, Benjamin
Appel, Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki,
Morris Berick, L. Bigelman. Mrs.
Eva Blum, Mrs. Ida Bookspan,
Cantor Saul Breeh, Irving Cohen,
Joseph. H. Cohen, Ted Cohen. Mrs.
Bi ulah Davis. Mrs. Sally Dormer,
Mrs. Beit ha Davidson. Harry
Feldman. Shmuel Fershko. Jack
Filosof, Ezra Finegold, Abraham
Fraidlin, Mayshle Friedberg, Mrs.
Robert Garber, A. Grossman,
Abraham Grunhut, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Hecht and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Heller,
Also Isaac Jacobowitz, Sam Ka-
gan, Bernard Katz, Sam Kopkind, |
Mrs. Jow ph Krantz, Mrs. Louis
Lustig, Mrs. Abraham Mason,;
Herman Medow, Kmanuel Mentz.
Morris Minov, Sam Pascoe, Irving
Pletrack, Mrs. Miriam Press. Abe
Rappaport, Isidore Riffkin, Harry
Rosen. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs
Frieda Sack, Lou Samuels. Irving
Scbatzman, Wm. J. Schusel, Mrs.
Wolfe Shklair, Meyer Siegcl. Bon
This group, which posed at the recent ZOA-JNF banquet
in Miami Beach includes (from left) Judge Herbert Shapiro,
Dr. Eernardo Benes, Jack Popick, Abe Grunhut, who was
honored at the event, Mrs. Jay Dermer, Robert St. John, the
guest speaker, and Al Ossip.
Silver. Bernard Silver, Mrs. Na-1 Ida Wessel, Dr. Simon Wilensky,
thaniel Soroff, Mr. and Mrs. J. '/.. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini, Morris
Stadlan, Simon Tetenbaum, Mrs Yudewitz and Dr. and Mrs. Baer
Anna Warren. William Weiss. Mrs. I /.uckerbiaun.
Mrs. Meyers, a Miami Beach at-
torney who is a 17-year veteran
on Dade County's School Board,
will be one of some 4,000 delegates
attending the conference, which
meets once every ton years,
An outstanding group of author-
ities has been appointed to lead
the 24 forums that make up the
meeting, the White House says.
Each forum will explore a wide
range of issues affecting children.
Studies and proposals will be made
in the broad areas of Individuality,
earning, health, parents and fami-
lies, communities and environ-
ments, laws, rights and responsi-
bilities.
"A final report and recommen-
dations based on the conference
deliberations will be submitted to
President Nixon," Stephen lies-;.
conference chairman, said. "The
conference will make every effort
to submit recommendations that
can bo translated into action by
all levels of government and S
ciety," he di clared.
Mrs. Meyers, the recipient of
Dade County's "Outstanding Cltl-
/cn" award, the Merit Citation 0"l
the Miami Beach Civic League,
Hilt) niVrncroiis other awards, is
being honored by the Bureau i I
Jewish Education at its 28th a -
nual dinner in the Plaza Hot I
Saturday evening.
Annual Blood Bank
Set By Brotherhood
Temple Beth Sholom's Brothc -
hood will bold its annual blood
bank project under the auspices of
the Mount Sinai Hospital Blo> 1
Bank Sunday. Martin J. Steiner,
; i sident, has announced.
Mr. Steiner. who appealed I
Brotherhood members, their fair -
hes and friends, declared, "A de-
posit in this bank insures big divi-
dends."
The bl.....i bank, scheduled I I
begin at the ti mplo at ; a.m., wi ',
be followed by the Brotherhood's
monthly breakfast at 10:30 a.m.
! Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dermi r
will address the gathering on th -
topic "Reclaiming Our Beaches"
Aaron Fair, pro-ram chairmai .
reportt d.
Catholic and Jewish leaders join in major ecumenical con-
vocation to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Vati-
can's Conciliar Statement on the Jews. The four-day meet-
ing at Seton Hall University. South Oranae, N.J.. was co-
sponsored by the University's Institute of Judaec Christian
Studies and the American Jewish Committee. Shown above
(from left) are participants, Rev. Cornelius Riik of Rome, di-
rector of 'he Vatican Office for Ca'.holic-Jewish Relations, and
Dr. Charlotte Klein of London, director of the Center for
Biblical and Jewish Studies of Our Lady of Zisn Order:
and the convention's cochairman, Rabbi Marc H. Tannen-
baum. AJC's National Director ot Inter-religious Affairs,
and Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher, Director of the
Institute cf Judaeo-Christian Studios.
Nov. 19, 1970
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Construction on the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's new building at 4200 Biscayne
Blvd. is proceeding on schedule toward an
early 1971 completion date, Milton Weiss,
Federation president, reports. The Federa-
tion, its budgeting, social planning and cam-
paign offices cf the Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund, are presently
located at 1317 Biscayne Blvd. The now
three-story structure is being funded by the
Century Club, a group of 100 community
leaders who are sharing the cost of the SI
million building egually. Joseph H. Kanter
is chairman of The Century Club as well as
the 1971 CJA-IEF campaign.
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fj'iulle, ho.M-vr, ;ir.sw itting like a monument,
'run'/ with fro/'-n 'lU.'-tneSi
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nd clock Whereupon th-
J- ronch Prei ident at length re-
plied, again in |u I two words
"I regret" and that end '!
lr.;.t subject.
OB THERE is the th rd rm
related story ol th<- faithful
adjutant in the yean f De
OaulVi exile who a little
, ven t<> Hi" bottle. The two won-
working ;it opposite end* ol the
> > at Coloitobey. The adju-
tant, who h-.M lunched too geni-
ally, was Infuriated by the cor-
n'.sjKjndencf1 and press 'omment
h" w;i* handling for hii chief,
Hi- kept mnH'Tti" to himaelf,
Damn fooV I'd like to kill all
ih' damn tool I"
"Ah monsieur, a v- t program."
me comment, drippins; with
irony, finally cam'' from t'- oth-
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VET IT WAS not only in
thene ways thai Chirl-s do
G.itill.' w:i<; nnVi'io Twr-nty y '.irs
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mvself li-jtfjnff'l. Jji hjim intoning
prophesies of Traitfe's future
for an hoitPfiWa rnlf.
All that W-'HSto>phes>ed thn
seamed ln^laiLy, "Imp-ohnblo.
But all cHT^i'rjfpw in the end.
Ten vim's ago, wh'M he V"< still
settlitu; the ^Tsr'rinn ',fnir, I
I8W him sh"'V %nrn 'ooH eour-
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seen anv mm show in war. In
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verdict, we shall not see his like
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Binders To Be Feted
By Hebrew Academy
The 23rd annual Unner of the
H bn w Ac id .... ill be heldS in-
> evening, Jan. '' w the D i .
MR. and MBS. 15KN I. IilMU.i:
ville Hotel, Louis Merwitzer, pres-
i lent. h:\s announced Guests of
honor at this event will bo Mr. and
Mrs. Bon I. Binder, founders and
pioneers In the support of the He-
re* Academy.
Mr. Binder, a philanthropist and
.vie and religious leader who has
sided in the Miami area for the
ist feti ye irs, has been active in
itel and real estate enterpi is -
Since the Hebrew Academy wa<
'' '' in 22 yi ag >,
rved th school
- i well as In \ irious
- I cap i .-. it
! !::s term as president
that 1 u structure of the
r.r.y i\jasj erected. He
'' i ijonoj > life p,res-
I of ill Ac.'.d >rny.
Mr. Birtdef ils i steW -' -V h ft
""'^ ..... -: lerl of Temple
u-El, and is a l> lard member
of Mou Sin ii ispltal Bat
H brew Universitj nd( \
Ev i i: is mow for he
in t rlo'w '. ica1
I ml itions.
She .>.. ,, of the
: In the ounti y,
";,.,,.. ... i. ( tbe I ,;i
" Into i if v nis text-
books for b'inri stu lenl s on th
>lem -nto j inter and senior hi h
binder also serves as a board mem-
ber of TempY Emanu-El s sterhood
"I '< "i Tinma of th Hebrew
Academy W >men,
Mr. a"d Mrs. Binder are bMne
honored by the Academy for their
contributions to Jewish education
' in our community and for their
! maximum continued efforts on be-
half of the Hebrew Academy's
educational program," Mr. Mer-
witzer said.
Clothesline Sale
And Art Exhibit
Benefits Siinhuul
In i n; ii m wtttt N it
R tai dt-d hi dn n's v.< t k. the
Pan nts an I Ft iends f Sui
Training Centers are sponsoring
an Art show and Clothesline Sale
in the campus, located .it 20000
NW -17th Ave., during Sunday's
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open House.
Original works exhibited wffl
Include painting, sculpture, crafts.
graphics, water colors and jew, iry.
I',.eH-:iwust Mill h. ..t1:.*,,!,-:,. -
enter two of Ids works in the
competition for cash prizes and _
ribbons; the judging will begin at
1:30 p.m. with Alton J. Chapman,
Elmo Gideon and Mark Lynch
i'u Si.;
Donations from artists will be
accepted for sale al a lat< r date,
Ros VV( iss. chairman, re-
ports, and reo i| Is will be given to
enable them to take a tax deduc-
tion. The entire proceeds will be
earmarked for the children at
Sunland.
The Accountants Division of the 1971 Ccmbiied Jewish Ap-
peal and Israel Emergency Fund campaign, has scheduled a
Dec. 8 cocktail. party at the Jockey Club. Gary G>?:*?:-.
(left) and Morton Marcus, cochairr.ien of the 'Account a r.'s
Division, wh6'\vWl'host"the:'event''cri'e"Shcri with Cha:!es
Kertzoff and Mcrton L. Weinberger.
Return To Jarring Talks
May Hinge On I .S. Support
Shalom Tower Plot
Revealed By Suspect
Con't from Page l-A
ed to plant the explosives in a
lavatory in the Shalom Tower
ind m ike his get-away. The 20-
story building in the old bus ness
listrid of Tel Aviv is the tallest
in Israel. An explosion during
business hours cou'd have cause I
he 'i v c isualties, the police re-
ported.
Police n 'vc announced thai 12
members ot an Arab terrorist
>H, all i f them Jordanian dtl-
h .-. e been ar ated in vari-
i West Tank vil'ages. The
mn tup follow* the confession
I > 22-yi a -old Si Id el-Farah thai
e planted the two hand gren-
ades which b'ew up in the Tel
Aviv central bus terminal on
Nov. G. fatally wounding two per-
sons and Injuring 25 others, El-
Farah is an Israi li Arab from
Baqa al-Gharibya, a village near
Hedera in central Israel.
Cholera Reported In Gaza
TEL AVIV (JTA>- Israeli
health authorities who repo ted
nearly 100 suspected eases of
cholera in the Gaza Strip, said
thai 43 e in i- *ied cases hat i
been hospitalized. The new out-
l)-. ak of choli r i In Israel and
Israel-held terril this fall
has b 'en confined to the 11 iz i
Strip thus far.
Peshkin Chapter Lynclieon
r. shkin Chui ter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will pn s. nl Barbara
"'ells In a Wic SI >ie Fashion
Show at its meeting and luncheon
in the Pub Restaurant, Miami
Beach, at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Mendel! St'lii la Forte
Forum's Guest Speaker
Mendell M. Selig will be the
Forte Forum speaker Tuesday at
10 a.m. in the auditorium at 1200
I West Ave., Miami Beach, it has
I been announced.
Mr. Selig. whose address will be
entitled "Situation in Israel An
I Appraisal." is setting up two fac-
tories for the manufacture of fur-
niture for export in Israel and has
; made two trips there recently in
! that connection. Mr. Selig. the re-
. cipient of the Jewish Theological
i Seminary's National Community
', St rvice Award, is a member of the
j American Association of Jewish
' Education and the Greater Miami
Jew Ish Federation's Board of Di-
rectors.
Mayor Jay Dermer To Speak
At Brotherhood Breakfast
Jay Dermer, Mayor of the Cits
of Miami Beach, will speak or
Reclam ition of Our B aches" Sun
day at 10:30 a.m. following th<-
egular monthly breakfast of tin
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Shol-
mi. according t > an announcement
y Aaron Farr, program chairmai
tf the Brotherh od. The genera
lublic is invited to attend. The ad
nission fee covers the osl of tin
'ireakfast.
Con't. from Page l-A
practical because ;t would be
contingent on acceptance b;.' th -
S iet Union and Egypt.
While the Cabinet is not alto-
gether opposed to another Dayan
plan which would have Israel
and Egypt re-negotiate their
original cease-fire agreement of
last Aug. T. most ministers feel
that any new agreement that
might be drafted with the Egyp-
tians should not be tied to the
Jarring talks.
The government is report 'd
to be considering a request for
L.S. guarantees against future
Egyptian truce violations as one
condition for returning to the
Jarring talks.
Meanwhi'e, Gabal leader Men-
achem Beigin warned that his fac-
tion will hold the government to
its pled not t eturn t
tig i Iks until E >
>ns are re" tl
Mi v gin, who led h p irty's
defection from the coalition
eminent last August in opp s
to the Jarring peace talks
and the c -as '-fire, argued that
the .' irring talks would not re-
sult in pe.iee because no pea
prop isals would Iv acceptable
to the Arabs.
According to Mr. Beigin, the
Arabs need not agree to any
compromise with Israel because
all of the Four Powers are on
record as favoring Israel's with-
drawal to its pre-June, 1%7
borders. Mr. Beigin insisted that
Israel must retain the Sinai pen-
! nisula because it has been used
three times as a staging area
for attacks on Israel.
Martin J, Steiner is president of
lie Brotherhood, which sponsors
he Youth and Sch ilarship pro-
Tarn of He'h Sholom: Dr. Leon
Cronish is the Temple's spiritua'
'eader.
Judge Joaquin Perez, Island Court of Guam, is welcomed
bvjudtc N. Bcrad.of Metropa -uniY
C l c- >i the North Amorce- ciition
lO.h annual Inter -rtional Conference- T-iHg I tnveled
12,000 miles to join some 500 delegates gathered at the
Ed n Re I :
Mih., was installed as the president of the 1,100-member
cu-cciation, succeeding Judge Michael Gordon.
S&L'sNew Branch
Nears Completion
y ...;|,,,. Feierfll's new North Mi-
uni Beach Branch office building
ated at 16501 NE 15th Av .. v
ow ne iring c >mpleti >n, it ha
been announced.
Ground was broken f ir the new
:_ iii Ap'il of this ve ir. an
is expi cted to be in full oper i- !
'ton early ;i" H -m Kr, .v' i
i he A 'i 11 in is operating
rom a trailer at the bui'.din : sit
The two-storv ru ;turi d -
v Alfred Browning Parke:
5 A.I.A., who i Igned
he other Flagl r Federal offic -
vill utihze the sime landsc ;
. hniques used i>i the two pr -vl
US projects. The r
i m ii iduled for ; i
Evening Of Music Set
Miami B -ach Cultural S c
rector, Allen A. Dworkls, Bo-
unces that an evening of muse
vill be preset I d Saturd i>- at 7:30
i.m. in the Assembly Hall of Ml-
uni Beach Fed.....il S wings & Loan
Association, 755 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. iartlcip.nts will In-
!lude Lloyd Mark. 9. piano; Cam
ine Mark, V2. violin; and Linda
Mark, 13, violin and piano.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller and Sculptor Jim Lewk recently
presented the sculptor's statue cf Moses to Temple B^th
Shclom. Mr. and Mrs. Miller donated half the cost of the
work of art in commemoration of the recent Bar Mitzvah of
their son, S'.uar!. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Lewk are shown here
making the presentation to Dr. Leon Kronish who accepted
it on behalf of Beth Sholcm.
. loyd D. Hall (center), president and chief cwr.i> P
'i Eastern Airlines, receives award for cHst'M*il8ft*9
L-e in the field of human relation-, ol lh.' N^on"-'
ace of Christians and Jews, at recen.1. d'vnuer in
Yoik. Making the presentation is Gusiave L. Lew
.ner of Goldman, Sachs and Co. and former Cha:
'he New York Stock Exchange. Looking on a'
:m P?TSeaBKA/. Brown, NCCJ president; John ^
'.S. ttutiu|PPion Secretary, and William F. May. r-
n of'American Can Co., who was dinner ctonirr-
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Friday. November 27, 1970
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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmoit
3 Days And A Child
Bv A. B. Yehoshua
Tin: \i ni'ii;
hings which
Hi for rr. 5fe
: r which 1 ki
lh<- the air: the
: rock;
ship in th 1st of
the sea; and the I a man
with Thii ''-r would
add a fifth to th'- atxn I ion why Amer-
ican publishers print fiction by Israelis which .vould
be rejected out-of- hand if written by a non-Israeli,
Thr<* Days and a Child, by Avraham B. yeho-
shua, translated by Miriam And (Doubleday & Co.,
55.95) .- .. collection of five stories neither short
nor long enough to be novellas authored by an Is-
iduated from the Hebrew University,
spent three yean on a kibbutz, then lived in Pan.-.
from 1963 to 1967.
A literary monstrosity, the book combines a
pooi tation of others vices Faulkner's morbidity,
Hemii to sentences and Proust's,
Wolfe oi Joyce tre im of coi
u or ih<- i. itoi does not know th'' dif-
ference between th>- present and pa I ten ; the
h i ird at d I icities ipon
F >r ex-
nrr pie "A ting man u
f for 1 t of I
Th>
thy narrativi md nu nerous
adjecl .' and Iverb rone of his I are
: i ted with pci il jtei I-
cter. While this book may be no v
than several other works ol fiction written by
Israelis within the past few years, it is scraping the
i. if the barrel. The Israeli Government Tour-
ist Office should lx- concerned about th" fa!-'1 pic-
ture it paints of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. These
depicted as hot and humid with almost un-
ble sweat) days and nights in th" summer with
the winter bringing fog.
The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew
Literature is listed as cooperating with the pub-
lish':. Wi presume that th.- translator is affiliated
with the Institute. On page '>!< we read. "My hands
flagged by my sides." There is no verb "flag" in
English although there is an adjective "flagged"
meaning weary. We spell "vial with a "v" but in
the book th) re appears "medicine phi iLs." For the un-
knowing, "phial' is correct, but not normal.
We wonder whether the publishers submit the
manuscripts Of Israelis to editors. If they do. the
editors should be chastised for recommending such
books and for debasing the good name of Hebrew
literature by offering books such as this to the public.
DATELINE MUSAUM
By Eliahu Salpeter
Accident Toll High
QNK OF THE mirrors put annually in
front of the Israeli Is the Statistical
Yearbook, which by now has grown to
some 700 pages of tabulated facts and
figures. When the current volume was
sent to the printers, on the eve of Rosh
Hashanah, it could report Israel's popu-
lation to be just 20.000 short of 3 million.
This includes Jews and Arabs within Is-
rael's pro-June boundaries plus the population of East
Jerusalem, re-united with the western part of the city. The
figure dues not, of course, include the million or so Arabs
living in the Israeli-held territories of Judca, Samaria
and the Gaza Strip.
Life expectancy In Israel is among the highest. For
Jews it is 70 years for men and 73 years for women. The
corresponding figures for Arabs are slightly lower, but
Arabs In this country have longer life expectancy than in
any Arab count
Israel lUUfl Ji'^a Koocl country to look for a husband.
srael 'uwlJj^
In 1969 tlyrjlw& twice as many bachelo. men as sin-
hrael Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Einstein, Houdini, Or Voodoo?
fjsy^PiJ|jj~- i r l~ i.OOD th
' t B
i a Lw.
ilul '' I -
: incursion- by At >
One such opp I mity
| on has been p
in recent weeks by a ment
of for' ng the contro-. ersial fig-
ure of one L'ri Geller.
Gelk r first cam'- to attention as an entertainer
at private parties. He commanded wider audiei
through his radio programs, and then conquered
new worlds KB one of the country's most popular
stage entertain, is. Thousands who have seen him
perform hail his genius.
To his fans, Url Geller is the exponent of a new
science which embraces telepathy, parapsychology
and telekinesis. He maintains that the human mind
car. transmit and receive thought waves by appro-
priate concentration. In his programs he reads minds,
he identifies hidden numbers, he describes the con-
tents of unopened purses He drives a car through
traffic while full) blindfolded, md makes distant
:-, move, In short, he displays acts of "m
and ..- ribes thei natural cau
G'- fully believe that he a
-.on not to be explained by normal law
I* ople Einsteii
G h they
i an .-. n him. Int. Uig
- perforn
the theory that 1
h may tr ns nd nt kno
: ui <; 111 r is .ring a little ;.-
and natural scientists who challenge hit
nto a dogn itic re-
We
must fraid to own, with
prejudice.
Th. frontal att
on Geller. His : sts, tl pUshed
through tricks, deception, sleight-of-hand, fraud and
optical illusions, presented with a flair of showman-
ship. A group of psychologists and physicists staged
their own demonstration of Geller's typical achieve-
ments, and ih.n revealed the hocus-pocus and trick-
cry by which they were perpetrated. The exposure
was most convincing, and a leading newspaper was
led to publish an editorial on "the wane of Getter's
glory" ;'"d "the decline of a pleasant national
delusion."
i, Her i- earnest, soft-spoken, personable, ex-
tremely convincing He says he cannot explain how
his supernatural powers work: he knows only that
they do. He agreed to appear before television cam-
eras to vindicate his claims. The studio proeram
was to be taped and recorded, but things did n .t go
w.-ll. Critics challenged the stage arrangements.
Geller chargi d th it hostile influences in the studio
and among the selected pan. 1 disturbed his smooth
..-. of thought waves.
Viol nt : in ents i rupted the taping was can-
ts i',..| and he took off for a series of public perform-
in Europe n cities. But lie will l>o bark. It is
|1 people here believe in him. To
etort. G fooled a million
llerites still have the l isl v
Even to fool a million people is a science no less
th in physics. In some countries a man
lo that becomi pi t\ lent, or prime minis-
1- r!
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Is Dirty Campaigning Necessary?
COME OF IS have been naive enough
to expect to see the day dawn soon
v.Ip-n the National Fair Campaign Prac-
tices Committee would be going out of
business. But judging by examples of
tricky election footwork in the hard-
fought battles for th vote, just over, the
national organization aiming to remove
dirt from politics will have to buy more
detergents than ever.
Overriding all other examples of distortion, in the
estimation of this one observer, was that of politicians
making a mighty effort to blame Democratic candidates
and indeed the Democratic Party Itself for violence, name
calling, heckling and other forms of offensive demon-
strations.
Actually the alleged stage managing for parts of the
campaign seems as offensive as the smears themselves.
(Competent reporters, traveling with the President, have
asserted that on some occasions, hecklers were allowed
T.I
into the hall to serve as foils for Mr. Nixon's cries of out-
Inst such misguided screamers, i
Perhaps the most ominous hatchet job of the entire
campaign was that conducted by the American Security
Council. That body, formed in Joe McCarthy's heyday in
part to provide a blacklisting service for employers, has
.'. n tremendous funds from defense contractors and
has attracted patrons of the far right, including George
Wallace's 1968 running mate. General Curtis I-eMay. and
Patrick J. Fawley. west coast champion of ultra-conser-
vative cans s.
Boasting they were taking ads in 200 newspaper-"
during the camjxaign, the American Security Council-
obvious intent was to depict as abettors of Communists'
designs those lawmakers who voted against ABM or took
any other stand which might bo interpreted as the vote of
a dove. Congressman Jonathan Bingham of New York
quite properly described one of the American Security
Council'c pre-election operations as "a rigged rightwing
propaganda ... a fraud upon the public."
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALL0B
'Fair Share' Membership
gle gills in Lhj||ti|49 "ge Rroup. Girls apparently marry
much youngofllflUl boys and obviously can pick and
ehoosc. Inloi-^Kqjr^ego. between Jews horn in Western
countries and fcws'i'lrum Asia ant* Nortn Africa is now
beginning to 'reacB, significant proportions. Some 5'i of
the Asian and rTbrtn African bridegrooms took "Ash-
kenazi" brides% 19$9; the ratio doubled by 1969 to 10%.
Some 18,000 people died in Israel in 1969. Of them,
3,000 died of cancer, two of polio, two as a result of
abortion and 340 JpV*ad' accidents. These accidents took
more lives than Egyptian. Jordanian, Syrian and terror-
ist activities put &gerh?r.
A LEADING BEFOBM synagogue administrator
has challenged both the workability and fair-
ness of the "Fair Share" method of determining
dues for proach, un-
der which the member family n uinual as-
sessment of its fin u .it do-
cides what it, due, .,( ,
recent yean bj
The criticl
Lstrator of Tempi.- Beth El
president of the National A
Administrators, an ffill ite
of American Hebn
his presentation on the the 1999
NATA Quarterly. He d
was one leaving it to the congregation member "to
determine himself his annual membership dues bv
means of self-evaluation of his ability to contribute."
Mr. Katz re|x)rted that the procedure followed
in congregations using the plan was send each mem-
ber an informational brochure with a suggested
guide for fees and a pledge card. He told the con-
vention he had made a number of surveys in "weal-
thy suburban congregations" using the plan, and
had obtair -. ,n which had left him
with "rr.isr ,. the method. "In the vast
majority of eases, he declared, "members do not
give their fair share. If the congregants of the
UAHC would really contribute 'Fair Share' dues,
each congregation would bo able to declare a
Chanukah dividend each year," he remarked.
He reported that in one of the affluent con-
gregations he had studied, he had compared the
duos of each member with the suggested table of
income and giving and found that "the vast major-
ity of members placed themselves in the bclow-$25,-
000-a-year income" category. When he showed this
schedule to that congregation's board, he was told
that most of the members were in the $25,000 a
year and over bracket. They simply were not giv-
ing their fair share.
He added that the level of suggested annual
dues in relation to annual income of members in
nearly all the schedules is not in keeping with the
growing needs of the modern synagogue and cer-
tainly not in keeping with these inflationary times.
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.


November 27, 1970
kwls*Fk>rlcnr*ri
Paqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
fcCTITIOUS NAME LAW
ijd 'S HBRBBY I'.IVHN that
trslgncd, desiring w> engage
__aness jnd *r Th.- fictitious n.im.-
JPTF/S IVAl.tAN RESTAURANT
Sunny Isles Boulevard, Miami
Dade County, Florida Intends
i-glstcr said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
EjBBRTO HPST.M-RANT
i 'i (ItPI IRATION
t-Io Llberto, President
[ZUKERN'ICK
,- vedhant
Din Hoiid
bavu, uiorida <"'-
11/13-20-37 I! <
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
Notice under
ctitious name law
!: rs HBRBBY OIVEN that
prslgned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious names
luND .1 EPSTEIN. D.D.8.
T l CKPPos. D.D.8.! BP-
AND CKPPOS P.A. lit 6fi4
i, s. I >i.. Locka, Fla, in
i.ri' er --aid names with th.
ff tin' Circuit Court ol Dade
Florida.
fepSTE.N ANP CEPr< 'S
Cff.ssk'Xai. ass< iciath >n
JKH y.K.JIKI., ROSKIN and
feONNKR P.A.
jgffl for applicant
Kin ayne Blvd.
Fin. 13183
11 S-20-27 II 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H Kit BUY niVB.N thai
th.' undersigned, desiring, lo engage In
business under ihe fi.titi.u- name* ol
SOLOMON LANSTER, D.D.S.; Sol.
OMON LANSTER, D.D.R, P.A at
7.".:in Coral Way. Miami. Fla. 331R5 in-
tends to register Hald names with the
Clark ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida,
SOLOMON LANSTER, 1 > I > s
PRl IFESSIONAL ASS< iflATU IN
SPARBBK, ZRMBU ROSKIN and
HEILBRONNER P.A.
Attorneys for app" ant
toft \ lllscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fla. S31S2
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
11 "ir 20-27 12 i iy. and rile tit
an provided h
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HBRKDY 111VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in hu.-io.~s under the fictitious name*
of si'Aitm:it. zembl, roskin and
HF.ll.HH.ONNF.it; SPARBEH ZF.MF.I.,
ROSKIN AND HEILRP.ONNEH P A
nt 100 N\ lliwayne Blvd, Miami. Pin
113.1132 IntendH to register said names
with the il. ik of ihe Circuit Court
of Dad.- County. Florida
SPARRBR, ZEMEL, ROSKIN
AND HEl I.Bin iNNF.lt
PROFESSIONAL Asm h 'lATlON
11 13-30.37 12 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
fHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/. CIVIL ACTION
No. n ?C49fi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i I \x| JENNINtiS lll.l 'ST
ittff
BLI ST,
Iabetii HAR1
idant
| I2ABETH MARIE ULCST
,. Ilox ':-
m ham !orth < i
ELIZABETH M VltIK 1"! ''ST. I
|i i.v noiifii .li in Bill of
i.iint for I Hvoi n been tiled
you, and \ >u an n ml In
:, ropy "' your Aiwv.t or
the Bill "i Complaint on
I ntiff'l itiot-ii. v. DAVIT) M.
-il AK. l IM X W. 7th Btreet,
.. !'i.i 13121 and rile the original
Pleading in Iho office of
:, rk of Ihe I'm.-nit Couri on or
the 18th day ol December
If you f.d to do no, Judgment by
ill ,!1 be i ikeli again I you for
.ellcf demanded In the Bill of
plaint.
is notice shall be published once
ek lor lour '" i utlve weeks
rill-: JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN
ONE AND ORDERELl at Miami,
ri.la, thin 9th day of November
1!'70.
B. n l.K ATI licit MAN, Clerk,
fir uit Court. Had.- County, hiorida
By: t". P. D IPB1 AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11 13-20-27 12 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4087
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
J. IHN TA1 AltICO
Dl Ceasi I
To All I ditors and All !' n lln\
Inn Claims or Demands Againsi Said
;.
You are h< reby notified and re-
quired to presi nl h mi and ''< -
in.hi.I- uhl.h voii ma; hi
ili.. ite .i Jl IH \ TA I A i i il
11 .! i nni. Florida,
to in. '' uni \ ,ludgi .i :. .'. ii
I) mil e tin n rtu ate ii
il In s, I, .. 733 i,; ]
in their officei in Ihi I "oun-
...\ Courthousi
nla ivllhln six calendar month! from
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4070
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate of
\n HI.IAN DECKER,
I i.i'iiisiiI
To ah Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands. Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified and r.--
.iinrid to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ..! MOLLIAN DECKER, de-
i hi .1 late ol l Pad.. County, Kloi Ida,
to ihe County Judges of bade Couri*
same in duplicate and
Si. lion 733.16, Florida
stuiui.-fs in iii.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse fn Dade County, Flor-
ida, withm six calendar months from
Hie time of Hie first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of November. A 1>. 1970.
FIIYI.I.IS DECKER MARTIN
1300 Via Balerno
Wlnterpark, Florida
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 13th day of Nov.. 107".
KCHT WELLISCU
Attorne) for Batate of MOU.IAN
DECKER, DEC.
167 Aluterta Avvnur
< 'oral Qables, Florida
11 13-30-27 12 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business i. ider th>- fictitious name
of PORTO ALRORB DI8COCNT at
:il N.E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida
Intends to register said name with
t)..- Clerk of the Circuit Court ..i
Dade County, Florida.
ALBERTO VENTCRA
(owner l"1'': i
11 J.i-J? 12 1 13
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20666
SUIT FUR DIVORCE
HARRY PEACH
Plaim Iff,
ANITA (SON2ALEZ PEACH
I MVndaul.
TO: AM I A GONZALEZ PEACH
'.in.'i Tetuan 81.
Manila. Phllllpilles
You. ANITA GONZALEZ PEACH,
are hereby notified that a Bill ot
Complain! i.-i Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are required t..
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
iik to the Complaint on th.- Plaintiff1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dcsirlnv lo engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of BODEGA at 18ul Soul) Federal
Highway, .Miami, .''la. Ini.....Is to IN
glater said name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlds
UNIVERSAL RESTACRANT8, INC.
B) DAVID M. TAI.'I Y,
Vice Prei
I'AI'l. \- THOMSON
A 11'..... \ s
1X14 Flrsl National i:.,,.|, Rlllg.
Miami. Flit 33131
II i.. 20W7
IN THE COUNTY J-JOG i'j COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 33606-B
IN RE: Bslntc f
M< IRT1MER Kl IBBLIN
lliH'niw .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai
have Hied m> Fhial Report aid Pe
tltlon for Distribution and Final Di*
rlrTi*. an i.:\...ni:^ of ili*- estate o
MORTIMER KOBELIN, deveaaed
and that on Hi, .tilth dn)
her, 1970, ill apply lo th
th. time of the fit I .ii Ii. i. -
the same w ill hi barn .!
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 9ll
da) of Nov AD 1>T.
Ralph Talarlco
As Bxei ulor
First publication of this noi. on
the 13th day of Nov 1970.
SILVERSTEIN ft KWITNEY
B) : l'.iul Kuline)
Attorney for Bstnte
120 l Jncoln Komi
,M ..inn Bl ach, Fla.
11 ir,,-:,..-:7 12 I
IN THBCIRCUIT Ci'l 1.1 OF Till.
ELEVENTH .11'ldi'i Al. illHTIT IN
\.NI> FI 'It DAI IE CI H'N'TV.
FI ORIDA
C \SK Ni i. 70-2013B
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES PATRICK CONNOR,
I ntiff,
v h
. "H M'.I.F.NF Ml'RRAY C( INNl R,
! nfeiidanl
Y(1C i HARLENE MCI.RAY CON-
dence ut on n, MIK HEliK- :
. i M ITIFIED lo ii'- your v rltten
to thli dlvon w nli the
i : rk .1 ser\ e a < py upon
i Vttoi in > -. i IN X.A MPT .v
II 1313 Capital Hank 111 la .
p ridn n or hi : re ihe "ih
day of December, 1970, else the Com-
* will be Inken as confessed.
I VTED: Nov. ml.ii J, I97ii
1. i: I EATHERMAN, CLERK
By: C P C< IPEI.AND
Denut) Cli
tin Couri S- .ili
attorney. Loris K .1^1.11^ W I ^,, flu", ^\ ,oi.'.'
Lincoln Road Suite No. 338. Miami ff V ,,2.ril of wtlil
Beat*. Florida 33139 and file .he JJrt and Tr"dtalrIhuHmT
original Answer or Pleading n the ,l]s. .,,...,. .,. Execuirix of
office of the Clerk of he Circuit ,, .,,,..,, ,,,.,
Court on or before the 23rd day ol ,..,.,. ,,..... ,, .,,,,
1......".'. I70. II you fail to do so. EDITH FPSTKIN* K\
Judgmenl by (lefaull will be taken rparhkR. lttiSKIN AND
.igamsl v.ni for ii..- rellel demanded 1 in-ii miovvi-'i!
a Novini
Honorable
univ. Flo
Final Re-
a.i.I final
i Ktate
ilent, Thl
cutrlx
the Bill of Comnlnhil.
This notice sin.II be puhlishd once
each week for four ronsecutlve weks
In THF JEWISH FI >H1I HAN.
DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami
Florida this 12th da) of Novmber,
All 1970.
i: II LEVTHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuil i '"ii''. I'..' County, Florida
By: i .- N'EEl EN
I i.-.in v i 1.1:,
jil i "out i Seal)
I i ili.s It li.'.i I EH
I2H I.in. Ill Road .-n .
Ml mi Bench. Flor dn 331
Attorney for Pluinllff
n -.. : l-il
i'
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61S69 lD.nvl.ng)
v. Batate of
I!El- S. KOVACS
TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby Riven that l
have filed .1 Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution und Final Ins
. harge as Administrator C T.A. of the
estate of SAMUEL 8. KOVACS und
tint on th. mm day of December,
1970, will apply to the Honorable
County Judgf- of Dude County. Flo-
rida, for approval of said Final Report
mi,| tor distribution :..:! final dia-
irg as Administrator ct.a. of
estate of Me ibove-named de-
al This 89th (Jay ol i 'ctober, l'-'To.
/s, i.i MIS l.\ Ki IVAC8
"i ouis B, Kovai s
MYERS KAl'UN, PORTER,
i I a INSON A KEN IN
s vv. 1st Btreet
i mi, Fla. 33130
II 13-30-27 I '- I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3986
CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batate of
NATHAX PBRLMAN
P......as. d
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate:
YftU arc hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ih.. estate of Nathan PBRLAIAN de-
ceased late of I lad.- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of I hid.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statutes, in their Offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse 111 Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Hilled at Miami. Florida, thl
day of October, A D. 1970.
Pauline Perlman
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 13th day i f Nov l70.
FKISHMAN .< FEIN
Attorney! for Executrix
120 IJncoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
11 13 20-27 12 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR,DA IN PROBATE
No. 70-40^7 (Clark)
In RE: Bslati of
\VOLANDA MBRK
. ised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \n Creditors h'.li Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requlr-
present any claims and demands
which you may nave against the es-
tate of in.iA JTOLANDA MBRK de-
ed late ,f Hide Countv, Florida,
tn the County ludgca of Dade Coun-
ly, and file the Bams In duplicate und
a- provided in Section 733.ltl. Florida
Statutes in their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dado County, Flo-
rlda, Mithin six calendar months
from th.- time of the first publication
hereof, or the same Will be haired.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 4th
.) of November, a D. 1970.
f'.STKR HEOEDU8
As Bzeoutrtx
B"lrsl publication of ihls noiico on
le 13th day of November, IH70.
KoNoviTZ. sn.\ i:k ^ iiootH
itorneya for Executrix
' I Vlnsley Building
11/13-20-37 13'4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[NOTICB IS HBRBBY OIVBN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
bURin >ss under Ihe fictitious name
A C TRANSMISSION & OBAR al
limber IttOf B.W. Mlh
Pad. in the City of South Miami.
irlda, Ir.iends to register the said
frne with the Clerk of the Circuit
hurt of nnde County, Florida
Dated at Miami. FI irlda, this Ind
of November. 1970,
l) A B TRANSMISSION
& (HOAR. INC.
DANIEL YAMSIION, President
TRR He FRIEDMAN
peya for Applicant
A E. 163rd Street
Miami Beach, Florida
11/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICI A L CI RCU IT
IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-20463
NOTICE BY FJBLICATION
JAMF.S FASH IK
Plaintiff.
VS.
MARINA PASHIR
Defendant.
YOU, Marina Fashik, residence in
known, are required lo file ?
hit to the complaint for div
the Clerk of the above court and
serve a copy thereof upon. HERMAN
COHEN, ESQ., Attorney for plaintiff
1310-11 Congress Bldg. Miami. Flor
Ida on or before December 14th, i!'".
or else a iefauit will be entered
against you.
Dated: Nov. !> 1070.
E. D. LBATHERM IN
Clerk of the Circuil Court
By: MAIdilKRlTIC KENT, DC.
(Circuit Couri Seal)
11/13-L'e-'-'7 lU 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
IK' THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANij FOR CADF.
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20C16
SUIT FOR DIVOHCE
V VME1 A DEB McCLA'.N
Plaintiff,
\ s.
PHILIP MORRIS MeCLAIN,
I fendnnt.
TO: rilll.II" MORRIS .V CLAIN
c 0 I., na Met 'lam
Route -
Selm.r, T. mi.
You. PHILIP MORRIS MoCLAIN,
an- hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce lias been filed
agnlnst you, and you are required to
serve a oopy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint "ii ihe
Plaintiffs attorney. SHELDON N
1 F.I.CHI-K and HAROLD '. KAS-
SIN, It \V. Flagler Btr-iel Room 204,
Miami. Florida 33IS0 end file ihe
original Answer or Pleading in the 01-
fi......f the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
.n oi before the llh day of D......ni-
i.-r. lOTO. if you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be lakon against
you f"i" the reiiet demanded In tin-
F.lll of Complaint.
This notice ahall be published once
h week (or four eon ucpliv, Weeks
THE JEWISH KM KHMAN
.ion.: AND ORDERED ;' Miami,
r art da, this 2nd da) -d Noi
1 D IWO.
B. B. LEATHKRM \\. Clerk.
C.| : UH ''"IH '. I '-O1" '' '' FI
By: MAIWH'BHH KENT
I ie|,uiy I'lw iv
ii "It cull Court Seal)
.-li Bl I" >N N. LEI cm k and
HAKOI D li KASSIN
::, u. Flagler Si Rm I
Miami. Florida 33133
Attoi ne] s for Plaintiff
. a.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEEO
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
F ILE NO. 70 A 1-1fi
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN
Daniel mo 'ec-i Us Brelthai I hnld-
,-i .. 'oun'y T .\ Sole i "ei lifli lies
numbel "d 3433 and ." ISM ii sui d Ihe
31st day ol May A.D ItolW, ha> I i tl
same In my office, and lia!> madi an-
plii at ion for n tax deed to be Issued
thereon Said certificates embrace
the foil..Mint described property, In
the County of Dude, Stati ol Flor.da.
lo v. i I:
lot 8 Block I, Kst.ie Homes
S.c l, Plat Book 77 Page 74, In
Section in Township '' South.
Range i" Bast, In the County ni
Dade. State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. S433.
The assessment ..f i ;'l property
under the said certificate issued
was in the name of Cutty Sark
Bldrs inc.
This deed will he issued subject !r'7"
Countv taxes and County Liens
Lot I Clock 16, Fail w iy p-'-k
Sec :t. Plat Hook 6i Pajje 8f>.
Section 20, Township 55 South.
iluil:. io East, In ihe County of
Dade, state of Florida, as embrac-
ed In Certificate No. 6404. The
ass.s-:neiit of said property under
the said certificate IssU" 1 was ,
the name of Investors Diversified
S.-r Inc.
This deed will be isstt 1 subject to
1970 County Taxes and County Liens
r ii.-s said certificates shall be re-
deemed acoo ding t" law, the properly
described herein will he sold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court
House door on the flrsl Monday
. llKll 1:1:1 INNKK
PRl IFBSSII iN A I. ASS' 11 IAT10N
Attorneys
100 N r..-. ,.: Itouli V.li.I
Miami. Florida
IN THE r.OI'MTV JUROR'S CURT
IN AMD FOR DADF COUNTV.
FLOniOA IN POBATE
NO. 70-4631
FRANK B. DOWLINC
lii re i:->
IIOSK P1NKBI STEIN.
De,.,
NOTICE TO CREDITOPS
' 1 I III All Pel I
ins or D
I.
Von llet y nidified "
...1 to pn si
h hlcli pin mi] hi*vi
late of i:' iSE F1NKKI STEIN de
nf Ii County. F
[n the Counl III f II Coum
i.i.i fill Ihe same In duplicate on 1
1 Seel ".11 7:: 1.1 A, I'
Statutes, in tli.ir offi.es iii ih.- four
l) 1 .mi il'i.u... 111 1 lade 1 "nui 1}. Fli
rlda, six 1 nlendnr montli fnim
the time of thi flrsl public itli 1 her. -
of. Or HO -lime ill be b.ll'le.l
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihls 201
tlav of N'..\ .ml,. ., A.D 1970.
M MtTIN FINE
As Administrator
1 Fn-t puhllpatlon of ibis imii.....-
Ihe .'7'h day of Novemhi r 1970
FINE, JACOBSON A IH.'ii'K
Attorney for Admhil Mtrator
ini K.1-1 Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
11 27 iL'-l-H-t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY OIVKN tha
the und, rsigncd, desiring lo engag"
in business under the fictitious name
of LA COQ.rH LE al ISO fliralda Ave
Coral Qables intends to register sai'
..n-i.' \.;Mi the ci.i'k of the Circuil
Court of Dade County, Florida
LUIS B CASTRO
KESS1 BH Ri "TH, BM BB VDSKY
.x- BECKERMAN '
Atiort.evs tor applicant
1X95 S W 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla 33129
II '.'7 12-4-11 -IS
I .. ,-. n l,i
flh day
A.D. 1970
t Decembei
day of X
11 ;<:. :-."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3764
In HE: Estate of
AARON SHBINKBR
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Batate:
You are hereby notified and reiinir-
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4731
FRANK B. DOWLING
"' '';," !,, RE: Estate of
' HARRY SPBISBR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
' 1 od are hereby notified and required
10 present anj claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
N,!.' of 11 \i:ky sri:isi:i: dec, osed
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad, County, and
file the same In duplicate arid a*
provided In Section 733.16, Fli rida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
,v Courthouse In Dade County, Flo-
rida within six calendar months
from the time of the Brst publication
hereof, or the sami .11 be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida this jmli
d,.> of November. A D 1970,
MAUN FABER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 37th day ol November, isri I.
MAUN FABER
I Oil it I 4' Ilt'M'i'J lI'Miinn 'Ot'1 1 < n -----......-
ed to present any claims and demands Attorney fpr l-.state ol
which you maj have againsi the %rry Stieiagr
estate of AARON SHBINKBR .leas- B05 Alnslej Building,
ed late of Dade County, Florid.,, to Miami, Fla. SJtss
th.- month of
which is the
A D. 1970
l>n:."l this 2nd
\ D
i; a LEATHEUM VN
1 Merit 1 ircuil court,
1 lade 1 'i in '". Florid?
By \V K'MlTTn I'-i-itty CI, 1 k
OircuitCour. Seal p .,,_.,,..,-
IN THE COUNTY FUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR PADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3727
Jun ii' Dowling
in RE: Estate of
HERMAN SILVER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against .-said
You are hereby notified Knd requir-
ed t.. present any claims ami demands
which vou may have against chi .state
nf 11 i:i;m.\ n sii \ ER d< eased late ol
Dade Coui.lv. Florida, to the County]
Judges of Dade County, and file ihi
same In duplicate and as provided n
Section 7::.". 16 Florlds Statu -. In
ihelr office- in the Countj Courthouse
, Dade County, Klor da, within MX
calendar months from the time 01
the first publication hereof, or Ihe
sani- will be barred. I
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 13th
da) of November A.D
SHIRI BY YATKIN
As Executrix
First publication of ibis notii e 1 n
the 20th day ,.1 November, 1970
STEPHAN I. COHEN
Attorney for F.x.cutrix
1135 Kan. Concourse, Baj Harbor
Islands. 8S154 ,. ,.,.,i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR nacc enniiTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3499
GEOi.uE T. CLARK
In RE: F. Inle nf
i;\|.MA HELLER,
In .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ('red 01 d All Pel Hat
ii": (Maims or Demands Against Sa I
IM..:- :
You art hereby notified and required
to present un> claims and demand
win. b you may have againsi thi
tat.- of EMMA HELI.EH deceased
Inn 'i 1 lade 1 lounl \. Florida, lo th 1
County Judges of Dade Couity, an.i
til" the same m duplicate and as pre
vlded In s.....Ion n33 16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the 1' ami
Courthouse In Dade Countj Florida
within six calendar months from il
time of the first publication hereu
or th*. same w di he bai ri .1
Dati I al Miami, Floi Idi this imn
day ol November, A.D. 1*70
MILTON S HEI I BH
SBYMOl'R A lli:i I I'K
I AMI'S A. H Ql.l I'll
l.i:N. IBB FRANKBL
As Executors
First 1 ublii ii Ion of ibis no11.
1 \,,v ember r,,7"
MYEHS, KAPLAN, PORTKIt,
LEV1NSON & Ix'KNIN
.Him ... -. for Ej 'Utoi-
1 ISO S IV First Sire, I,
Miami. Florida
11 27 12 1-11-IS
la I
the County Judges of Hide County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:i:i 16, Florida
Stalutes, 111 their offices In lb. COUn-
Avenue, I l> Courthouse In Dade County Flo-
rida. Within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication hoio-
of, or the same will barred
Paled al Miami. Florida, this -1-1
day of 1 loiolici. Al> IVfu.
Ml'KIIY SHBINKBR
WILLIAM SHBINKBR
As Bxecutors
First publication of this notice on
the 30th clay of October. 1970.
HERBERT I! WII.F.NSKY
Attorney for Co-executors
317 Blscaync Building
10/30 11/6-13-20
II 27 12-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
thi undersigned desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious nsm
of DBL MAR TV at 923 West 39th
Street. Miami Beach, Fla Intends i"
said naiii- nli thi Clerk
,,r 11 Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
Del Mar TV Inc.
By! 1 arry Nathan. Prea,
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for applicant
1406 Hiscayne Building
.Miami. Fla. _......,
11 27. 13 4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
11 .- under do- fictitious names
of tliTlll'll J. PEARL, M D RICH
\i:i> L. OLATZBIt, M D DRS
PEARL and QLATZEH P A at 9106
S W 87Ul Ave Mia.ni, Fla 831H6
intends to register s.,..i names with
the Clerh of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
|)RS PEARL AND (II.AT/.i:it
PHI 'FF.SSIONA 1. ASS. n'lAI'H IN
SPxRBKR, ZKMl'.t. ItoSKIN AND
111:11.1:1:1 i.vneii I'.-A-r.
Attorneys lor applicant
100 N" Hiscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla 33132
11/11-30-27 12 4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
"Jlpw/sf fkrUlinr
solicits your \eqa\ noticesx
We appreciate vour
patronage an,cV gi!arant
accurate service at ieaai
rates .
Din/ :i7:s 1
?or me88erg,ef serelc*


Page 16-A
* ki vf ftoridlaiti
Friday, November T. 1970
4PLYTYREX
650x13
Plus F. E.
Tax 178
& Trade-in
700x13
695x14
735x14
775x14
775x15
825x14
825x15
855x14
855x15
885x14
885x15
900x15
WHITEWALL
21.95
F. E. TAX
2.17
2.19
2.33
2.36
2.53
2.57
31.95
35.95
2.84
2.76
2.87
SIZE BLACKWALL F. E. TAX
C78-14 695x14 26.25 2.15
E78-14 735x14 27.25 2.35
F78-14 775x14 29.00 2.55
G78-14 825x14 31.75 2.67
H78-14 855x14 34.75 2.93
F78-15 775x15, 29.00 2.61
G78-15 825x15 31.75 2.77
H78-15 855x15 34.75 2.98
J78-15 885x15 45.25 3.08
*L78-15 915x15 47.00 3.22
SIZE WHITEWALL F. E. TAX
ER70-14 695/735x14 40.00 2.46
FR70-14 775x14 44.00 2.71
GR70-14 825x14 49.00 2.39
HR70-14 855x14 54.00 3.20
FR70-15 775x15 47.00 2.82
GR70-15 825x15 52.00 2.'3
HR70-15 855x15 55.00 3.29
JR70-15 885x15 59.00 3.33
LR70-15 900/915x15 61.00 3.45
'5' '1


>wish Floridian
i, Florida Friday, November 27, 1970
Section B
H-L President To Confer
Fellowship On Dr. Kronish
^BCionish, spiritual lead-
^Be Beth Shalom, Miami
r> e-ive the title Hjii-
IBLf AVRAHAM HARMAN
blow of the Hebrew Uni-
jf Jerusalem in a special
re service Friday cvw-
4. The academic award
f'combined with the tradi-
Ibbath worship service at-
some 2.0-0 temple mem-
fierican Friends of the He-
diversity and special guests.
election of Dr. Kronish for
ery high honor from the
h\ University is "in recogni-
|f bis dedication to the high-
lals of Judaism and his live
Its heritage. The Hebrew Uni-
fy hae been the beneficiary
of his constant and faithful s
ice and his unceasing efforts. His
qualities of leadership serve a< an
inspiration," Jack S. Popick, na-'
tional vice president of the A
lean Friends of the H brew Uni-
vi rs ty, declared.
The Honorable Avraham H ;
man. president of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, will come
In Miami to confer the fellowship. I
Mr. Harman, who served for eij-'ht ,
years as Ambassador of Israel to
the United States, was Israel's
first Consul General in Canada. In
a 30-year career in the diplomatic I
corps, Mr. Harman has also serv-:
cd is Assistant Director General
of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs '
in Jerusalem. He is an outstand-
ing speaker on the current politi-
cal situation in the Near fast.
Prior to the service, a dinner
will be hosted in the vestry rooms
of the synagogue for noted guests
and special participants in tl?e
academic ceremonies. Tribute will
be paid Rabbi Kronish by col-
leagues and educators from the
Greater Miami area on this occa-
sion.
According to its president, hon-
orary fellowships are rarely con-
ferred by the Hebrew University.
The University selects for this
honor those who symbolize the
purpose and ideals for which the
University stands and can be held
up for youth as standards to which
they should aspire. Rabbi L*-on
, Kronish eminently fits this de-
i scriution." Mr. Harman declared.
The l! brew Universitj the
university ol the Jewish p opl
and a great contemporary institu-
tion of higher learning is Israel's,
training ground in social sciences,
law, agriculture, medicine, dental
tine and humanities, in which]
i mi i: ins faculties. In ad- '
ditlon, it operates schools of phar-
macy, education, social work, li-
nn training and home eco-
nomics.
Research is also conducted in
such are is .is education for the
disadvantaged, Jewish education in
the Diaspora, biology. Jewish mu-
sic. Asian and African studies, and
Hebrew bibliography, manuscripts
and publishing. The Hebrew Uni-
versity has 16.000 students, in-
luding 3.200 foreign students about
half of whom are from the United
States: the other half come from
some ."iC other countries.
A record turnout of some 2,400 persons came to hear Dr.
William Wexler, international presided of B'nai B'rith
tell about the current situa'.ion in Israel at the Deauvill^
Hotel meeting last Saturday, sponsored by the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith in honor cf the 127th Anniversary c:
B'nai B'rilh. Miami Bench Mayor Jay Dermer, and E- Albert
Pallot, former international vice president now nationc.
chairman cf Community and Veterans Services Commission
Rabbi Criticizes Elaborate Headstone Unveiling Rites
GLENCOE, 111. i.I FA i A Re-
form rabbi, expressinj surprise al
the growing custom of public un-
veiling of headstones "in an era
when many rituals seem to be
fading," has criticized the practice
BS one which "is not part Of Jew-
ish law or practice" as a public
ceremony.
The criticism was made by
Rabbi Haro'.d Kudan, associate
rabbi of the North Shore Congre-
gation here. He reported thai a
congregation member had indi-
. cated reluctance to ask the serv-
ices of a rabbi for such a dedic i-
tion, having decided that
would rather conduct the c
v himself, if there were some
uides as to what the service should
contain.'' Rabbi Kudan explain d
II was appropriate to mark the
grave before the first YahrzeH and
*o recite the (Caddish on any <
, to the cemetery. "But," he ad
"elaborate preparations such s
| the draping of a monument with a
"loth which is cememoniousl)
noved, lecterens, painted anno'.
ments and newspaper notifies.)
ii" all out of keeping with a
vat" fp"iilv occasion."
0-Year Program Charted
or Hebrew Day Schools
fc'.V YORK iJTA Dr.
Fh Kaminetsky, national di-
br of Torah Umesorah, the
br.ai society for Hebrew Day
Mils, has announced the ini-
bn of an intensive 10-year
s'i" program to provide the
|sh communities in the
States and Canada with
ndditi.nal 200 Hebrew da}
b s,
Is the fiist step in the Day
liol Movement's 10-year plan.
[a., Umesorah will att< mpt to
S3!K1.00 in 1971. At the
ent time, it has a network
Some 425 schools in 31 states
five Canadian provinces. For
ntXl
  • ,' military schools and 75
    |h schools, 20 if which are
    . ; l. d to serve such regional
    l :- a- tile South) asl, .Mi l Si
    the Wi si Coast.
    il Ti rah I m orah's
    ih ani i lasl w< i k,
    declared thai
    .. Ji h ish in the
    ttd States with a Jewish
    :i of 7,500 or n
    i one i see] u<>h already has
    kji-bivw day school. He did not
    htify the "i \ci ption".
    \ f< r t'ae nest decade."
    6iid.nl. "hopefully will see the
    Ibiishment of a Hebrew day
    ) 1 in at least every conitnu-
    with a Jewish population of
    K) or more." He also urged
    i stablishmcnt of a central
    rational agency similar to
    kli I'mesorah in England.
    V. Kaminetsky said that fu-
    l partners-in-aid in his agen-
    Imassive effort will probably
    pe fideral and state govern-
    |s as well as the communal
    of the Jewish community.
    (ie government must make
    om of choice in education a
    option," he said "Hence
    we expect more lnvolvt inert in
    terms ol state aid for the secu-
    lar portion of the Hebrew day
    school i Ifort. and we also think
    that tlie Jewish community and
    its welfare funds must reorder
    its priorities away from soi ial
    welfare and recreation and to-
    wards tin crucial question of 'to
    In or not to be' Jewish by in-
    creasing funding of Hebrew day
    schools." Dr. Kaminetsky said.
    A total of $130,000 towards
    tin' goal of .'100,000 was pledged
    at the annual dinner.
    Clark & Goldberg
    Succeed In Bid For
    Voters* Approval
    Dade County voters turned oat
    in largi r n mbera than expected
    this wi.!.. tio set \vha1 11< '
    . i .isoi- Martin Bral i
    .all' d ime kind of record," b
    tlccl Miami Mas I
    k to tii- posl of Mi tropolil
    I' ..;,. i. ounty Mayor, a spol
    vacant by Charles (Chuck) Hail
    when in1 i signed to run for thi
    governorship.
    Although she is the first woman
    ! to be elected to the Metro Com-1
    mission, Mrs. Joyce Goldberg, who
    lulled a total of 6t'i.79.o votes, will
    have to share the "Lady Commis-
    sioner" title with Mrs. Mary
    ' Foote. who was appointed to the
    1 commission earlier this year and
    si i vod for several months. Mis.
    Goldberg, who defeated former
    ! North Miami Beach Councilman
    1 Sam Fletcher, is president of the
    1 Democratic Women's Club. She
    1 and her husband. Stan, who has
    served as the city manager ol
    Dania. North Miami Boach and
    North Miami, are the parents ot
    Sandi, 16, and Melody, 7.
    flFuna

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    floe' !
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    reductions! Ex tii
    n "finds"! Come help ,
    Burdine's handy credit card makes it easy to buy while savings are great
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    tiday, November 27, 1970
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    Auxiliary Activities
    Scheduled This Week
    ! the South Shore Hospital
    : si cond am ual anniver-
    nnci Saturd ly evi ning al
    iiivillc Hotel, chairman f ir
    ng was Mrs. Zebulon Bro-
    w ire a vs>v\ and silver
    [own. Both the gown and
    tunic length jacket were
    ill- necV.ine was deco-
    i jewi Is trimmed the jac-
    \ Iri in Tlvil chose a white
    gown which was encrust-
    ttcring sih .,! ipg
    I t ardr >ps Mrs, .1 ly
    W if.' ol i
    1 a lack coal dress
    h n ine an 1
    -. R cai : 1 V urrun's
    tur -: mink
    b .. ''' -'
    : -' Q tion Lu
    rri..... woven
    - lit. The r > il blue
    :i by '.'. -. R
    th .1 black,
    pr n1 I .. ic. Mrs. R.
    gold, or
    I h pants en-
    Joe M tick's a |u 1-
    tured a
    - with the en rrust-
    - M in Ice Ken e w ire Ic '
    K in the A-line silh :-
    Ith I sle vi a and a c >w led
    Mrs. V Irginl 1 Tl
    bined burgun-
    !d Her dress had
    -. Mrs. Guillerm 1 Pu< nl
    : ocade gown with colors
    ine, orange and sai
    lined g vn wai the
    M s. Ch tries M 13 is.
    tanza w worn by
    I Broa I. It feal ire I
    " h:md embroidere 1
    5h ; -. 1 her belted
    stunning black and
    I B t'.enciaga Btole.
    i n's white silk
    cocktail e"s 'mble h id
    mink cuffs. Mrs. Melvin
    - silk gown was in vibr
    lum and pink on a field
    in Gaude Pi pp 1 '-
    - .-1 inning In a gold -
    . A B'ecveless bl ick
    iquined around the
    s "t on Mrs. Thi
    Mrs. Michai 1 F ix wore a
    hi t -I dress which her
    I made for her. Mrs
    - b! tck p mts ensemble
    featured silver jewel trim around
    thi neckline.
    Mrs. Henry Caro t ipped hi r
    pink -ilk crepe gown with a s Ik-
    satin stole in plum and pink. Pink
    satin-lined bulg I ads trimmed
    her neckline. Mrs, Harry S
    was seen on the dance flo >r in ir
    iced pink silk gown covered
    over-all embroidered floral motil o!
    ite Jewels. Mrs. Marsh P
    per's evening skirl featured the
    wide-w rap] l waist; her
    I v. 1 roval him
    COUNSELORS
    AIL SPECIALTIES
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    jfor will established co-ed private
    hum-' r camo jn New YcrJ( Giv,
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    Joe Golden, North Dade area
    chairman for the CJA-IEF cam-
    paign, met with members of
    the North Dade Campaign Cab-
    inet of the Greater Miami Jew-
    ish Federation's 1971 Combined
    Jewish Appeal and Israel
    Emergency Fund campaign re-.
    cently to discuss plans for the
    1971 drive. A goal of S590.C00 I
    was set, which is double the:
    1970 goal for No:ih Dade.
    Justine Abramowitz, prcs
    :i the L> partmi :.i ol PI n Ida, La-
    dies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
    erans of the U.S.A., will make hi r
    offji ial visit to the Norman Bruce
    Brown Auxiliary No. 174 on 1 11
    day, prcs,nt ini; the Departn
    Frii ndship Gavel to the Auxiliary,
    which meets at 1601 W. Flagli r
    St. Eva Taub will be the hostess;
    Mrs. Mar Schrciber is president.
    dthcr JWV Auxiliaries with ac-
    tivities scheduled this week in-
    clude West Miami (223), which
    meets at the Dankers Mi tel, 5890
    SW 8th St. Florence Grossman
    and hi r assistants will service the
    Ti lecart" al Veterans Hospital
    on Friday, Dec. l: Mrs. Ruth Bur-
    man is Auxiliary president.
    Judith W. Blitt is president of
    Murray Solomon Auxiliary (243i
    which will be holding its business
    ' 1 ting at Ti mple Zamora of
    1 1 ral Gables al 8:15 p.m. Tui sda;
    Miami Beach Auxiliary (3301
    old 1 gular busii
    inp ai American Legion Hall, l IS
    ami Beach, at S: 15
    p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. Mrs. Mi
    Hopi i; Is pn sid ni.
    A board meeting will be h i
    b> Victor B. Freedman Auxi
    1613) al 7:30 p.m. Wi Im
    Pri sident is Rae Robbins.
    Abe Horowitz Auxiliary (I
    will hold a hoard meeting Th -
    day, Dec. 3, al Unified Hall, 2
    NE 171st St.
    Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary
    "ill hold a board meeting at 275
    S. Shore Dr. Normandy Isel,
    lay. Shirley Tragash is pi ...
    dent.
    The board meeting of Col. D I
    Manns Auxiliary (746) will :,
    held in the Banquet Room ol I
    Cloverleaf Bowling Alloy at 8:15
    p.m. Wednesday. Margii McSI
    is this group's pn sidi nt.
    GOOD THINGS IN LIFE
    Bagels...and Good Coffee
    No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
    bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House-
    coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
    less in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
    tional favorite in Jewish homes.
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    Friday, November 27
    Mrs. Gerald Soltz
    (uest Speaker At
    'Early Bird* Meet
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    tit th' National B
    Bah, th trip
    to Israel
    She '.'::! v I it-hand re-
    report on 1. th-
    Middl East. 1
    Center and othei H
    t it ons.
    ed Tin in, n
    ih>- National i'-ard : II i
    an'i nationally appointed chair-
    man of ;hr' Hadassah Center for
    Wintei Resl lent*, will preside. She
    will give a briel report the re-
    cent National Convention in Wash-
    ington, D.C., and will also present
    a preview of th<' exciting program
    for the forthcoming season and
    I>lans for a Study Group.
    The Hadassah Center i-; com-
    prised of dues-paying members in
    Rood standing and life members
    >f Hadassah. who COate from all
    over the United States to spend
    th- winter months in Miami Beach.
    The Hadassah Magazine will be
    available at the Center, located on
    the Mezzanine floor of the Moulin
    Rouge Hotel, 41st St. and Indian
    Creek Dr., and will be distributed
    fit the regular meetings.
    At Mount Sinai Hospital's Second Annual Service Recogni-
    tion Awards Party Saturday evening in the Grand Ballroom
    of the Fontainebleau Hotel, a gala social event honoring 458
    employees, seven 20-year awardees posed with Samuel
    Friedland, Mount Sinai's president, (center) and Samuel
    Gertner, executive vice president fright). They were Mar-
    garet Clark, (left) Elizabeth Phillips. Mary Jo Fry, May Futer-
    nick. Ruth Schreiber, Esther Saphier and Mary Wemersbach.
    The honorees also included 288 on the two-year plcreau:
    58 on the five-year; 41 on the ten-year and 18 fifteen vec:
    members.
    chiten Rejected ciubs President LaW School Alumni Install Siegendorf
    Wiesenthal Denies Reports
    NEW YORY (W.NSl Simon
    Wiesenthal, who had been respon-
    sible for th uncovering and Qon-
    viction of many former Nazis in
    hiding, has denied press reports
    thai he is considering closing down
    his Documentation ('enter in Vi-1
    William A. Chiten, of Miami
    Beach, has been elected president of
    The Massachusetts Club of Greater
    Miami for a second term.
    Mr. Chiten, a former resident
    of Mattapan, Mass., is a retired
    insurance executive. A member of
    the National Association of Life
    Underwriters, the Knights of Py-
    thias. Jewish War Veterans and
    many other organizations, he is a
    Master Mason and a past Patron
    of the Order of Eastern Star.
    The officers and directors to be
    installed on Thursday, Dec. 10, at
    the Bel Aire Hotel, will also in-
    clude Bernard I. Gelbert. George
    Ginsburg and Arthur Rose, vice
    presidents; Esther Ginsburg. re-
    cording secretary; Selma Chiten.
    corresponding secretary; Ethel
    Rose, financial secretary, and
    Flora Green, treasurer.
    The 1971 Board of Directors will
    include Frances Aronson, Louise
    Berger. Sara Burstein. Dr. Wil-
    liam Green, Shirley Jacobs, Cecelia
    Jacobson, Ann Koloney and Max
    Steinman.
    Meetings are held at the Bel
    Aire Hotel on the second Thurs-
    day of each month. All former
    residents and visitors from Massa-
    chusetts are invited to attend.
    Assistant Attorney General At-
    den M. Siegendorf was installed as
    president of the University of Mi-
    ami Law School Alumni Associa-
    i tion at the annual breakfast of
    the Association this week. Mr.
    Siegendorf. who served the group
    as president-elect this past year,
    is a member of the University's
    | Iron Arrow and Wig and Robe
    ; honorary societies.
    Other officers installed included
    Charles J. Crowder, president-elect;
    John Gale, vice president; Thomas
    Davlson, III, Secretary I
    aid i. Bierman, treasun .
    Mr. Siegendorf. who | I
    as president of the Opt;:- ist Oil
    of Downtown Miami and te|
    Young Democratic Clubs : r'li
    Ida, is the current first \ p ..]
    dent of the Tiger Bay CI lb j
    also a member of the Legal Kuifi.f
    tion and Admissions to the
    Committee of the Florida B I
    was recently appointed I
    Florida Board of Bar Ex
    by tbhe Florida Supreir,
    GLENNEN ACRES
    Rent our Club Houe for Donees,
    Parties, HAYRIDES, Barfceque Pits.
    6801 S.W. 120th Avenue
    Phone 271-2998
    CHANUKAH SALE!
    DO YOUR SHOPPING AT
    GLENNEN ACRES
    COUNTRY RIDING SHOP
    Everything for the horse and rider.
    New and used Tack. Open every
    day.
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    Phone 271-2008
    Auxiliary Gird Party
    George Gershwin Lodge ll
    Auxiliary will bold a car', partyat|
    the President Madison H
    Street and Collins Avert
    i Sunday at 1 All
    pr ice is win go for K I
    Pythi is charities. Mrs P s iii[
    is in charge o! a. range
    public is invited.
    Wometco Theatres
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    Write your name and address
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    3" X 6".
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    lope with the label from any
    package of Swiss Knight Cheese
    or with the words SWISS
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    letters on a plain piece of paper
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    Mail to: BERMUDA CRUISE
    P.O Box 3646
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    Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold its
    13th annual Eternal Light Luncheon Dec. 17,
    at the Carillon Hotel this year, in conjunc-
    tion growth. The Israel Ministry of Health and
    tion with the thirteenth anniversary of the
    Temple. As the Sisterhood celebrates its
    Bat Mitzvah year a special Bat Mitzvah can-
    dle-lighting ceremony will be held. From
    left to right (back row) are: Mrs. Jack Yasman,
    Mrs. Jack Meyers, Mrs. Jack Greenberg, pres-
    ident, Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman, Mrs. Max
    Amhowitz, ticket chairman. Mrs. Carlton
    Blake cochairman. Mrs Kitty Kaufman and
    Mrs. Hannah Randman. Mrs. Ruth Schoener,
    Mrs. Abe Fogeiman. Mrs. Edward I. Rosen-
    feld, Mrs. Harry Glazer, Mrs. Ida Clark, Mrs.
    Adolph Greenbaum. Mrs. Rita Salmon are
    seated.
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    Jewish Floridiaii
    Hie Woman s iAJorld
    Friday. November 27, 1970
    Page 5-B
    MRS. JACK KATZMAN
    Workers Training Week'
    Set By Women 9s Division
    Sext wek will bo "Worker|Mr.Flnkeltein, administrative as-
    Tr.f.ning WiH>k. with ton sessions sistant to the executive
    vice prr*8-
    Ident of the CJFVVF, was form-
    erly executive assistant to the
    Commissioner of Welfare in New
    York City. The CJPWF is the par-! th
    organization of 222 Jewish; hav
    United
    c( croup dynamics held under the
    tupteefl of the Women's Division
    I of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration, on behalf of the 1971
    Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
    rael Emergency Fund Campaign, I Federations throughout
    IMrs Sol (Goldiei Goldstein, chair- States and Canada,
    man. and Mrs. Jack (Frances)'
    Kat/man, vice chairman, have an- Beginning Monday, and continu-l
    I iiounced. inK through Friday, Dee. 4, the!
    ! Federation will conduct two work-
    Mrs. Beatrice Finkelstein, na- era training sessions daily, from
    ional si'cretaiy of Women's Com-j 10 a.m. to noon, and 1 to 3 p.m., in
    imunal Services of the Council of, the Board Room of Temple Israel
    [Jewish Federations and Welfare| of Greater Miami, located at 137'
    I Finds, will be the guest speaker. NE 19th St.
    [New Youth Group At Ahavat Shalom
    A new youth group has been or-
    ni/ed at Ahavat Shalom Con-
    Jreg 11 ion. 9So SW K7th Ave.. West
    lianiL, it has been announced.
    Sharon ZalLs has been elected as
    th group's first president; Mike
    S,<|i il as vice president. Debra
    Balner, secretary and Bertha Cha-
    ponick as treasurer. Robert Schul-
    iriai a ill be in charge of publicity.
    JVrsons Interested in joining the
    I 1 which will be participating
    in social and educational activities.
    ire invited to contact Miss Zalis
    1 \nrman Richman.
    A dub meeting and Study t>(
    . oua customs as well as a
    toeial hour will I*' included in the
    uvkly meetings, which will bo
    held in the temple at 7 p.m. on
    S iMiaya,
    The congregation has scheclulod
    its monthly general mooting for
    8:.10 p.m. Monday. All members
    are urged to attend.
    Beth Am Sisterhood
    End-Of-The-Year Sale
    Rhoda Bernheimer, president of
    1 Temple Both Am's Sisterhood, lias
    announced that it will once again
    present its end-of-the-year "Next
    1 To New Clothing Sale'' on Monday
    j and Tuesday. Dec. ~ and S. from
    j 8:30 a ni. to "> p.m. In the Tem-
    ple's Social Hall.
    A Pre-Salo will bo held Sunday,
    , Dec t>, from 7 to 9 p.m. for the
    1 bargain hunters.
    Mrs Goldstein, a member of the
    Federation's Board of Directors and !
    former president of the Federation :
    of Jewish Women, declared, The
    highest authorities in Israel and!
    American Jewish leadership I
    agreed that every possible re-'
    source must bo mobilized in this!
    unprecedented effort to raise 400'
    million free dollars In the United
    States in 1971 and 10 million dol-
    lars locally through the Greater!
    Miami Jewish Federation's 1971
    Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
    rael Emergency Fund campaign
    Promises gave them a dream. Only
    we can make it come true."
    Mrs. Katzman, pasl chairman.
    of the Women's Division CJA-IEF
    campaign and a member of the
    Federation's Bond of Directors,
    announced the Committee for
    Workers Training Week, which in-
    cludes Mrs. Richard Brickman,
    Mrs. Matthew Ettinger, Mrs. Je-
    rome Kipnis, Mrs. Julian Nacron,
    Mrs. Fred Oh,;-. Mrs. Norman
    Robbins. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz,
    Mrs. Mike A. Sumber and Mrs.
    Irving Wexlcr.
    Persons Interested in attending
    one or more of the ten sessions
    should contact the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
    sion office.
    For the annual Library Luncheon, hosted by the Sisterhood
    cf Temple Bath Sholom recently, Mrs. Jonas Brotman created
    a replica of the Jerusalem Wailing Wall as Ihe decorative
    motif of the luncheon to tie in with the review of Elie Wie-
    sel's "Beggar in Jerusalem," presented to an audience of
    some 300 by Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the temple.
    Luncheon Proceeds For Thermograph Machine
    Mrs. Abo Schonfeld and Mrs. |
    Melvyne Sommers, chairmen of
    the Women's Cancer League's 12th
    annual luncheon are announcing
    ticket meeting dates at the King
    Cole Apartments at 10:.") a.m.
    Friday, Dec. 1, Friday, Dec. 11,
    Saturday. Dee. 12, and Sunday
    Dec 13. On Dec. 11 the League
    will also hold an open hoard meet-
    ing All members are urged to
    attend, Mrs. Michael Bright, pres-
    ident of this group, announced.
    15, at noon. The fashion show will
    be by Martha's. All funds from
    this luncheon will go to purchase
    a thermograph machine used for
    the detection of breast cancer -
    for Mount Sinai Hospital.
    The luncheon will be held at the
    Fontainebleau Hotel Tuesday, Dec
    Teachers Discuss Offer
    JERUSALEM (WNSl Israel's
    striking high school teachers were
    scheduled to meet late last week
    to consider the government's lat-
    ! est offer in an endeavor to end
    their two-week old strike for
    higher salaries.
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    ^Jewlstfhrkfian
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    MRS. PETEft KAPLAN
    Helen Sobel And
    Peter Kaplan Are
    Bride And Groom
    HiU n Sobel, (laughter of Mrs.
    Lilyan Sobel, 1408 SE Bayshore
    Dr., and the late Paul Sobel. bo-
    ci me I'.* bride of Peter Kaplan in
    7 p.m. ceremonies performed by
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff in the Al-
    giers Hotel Wednesday Nov. 25.
    A medical technician, the bride
    graduatt d from Florida College of
    Medical Technology. Her husband,
    the sun f Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
    ii 5801 SW Llth St., gradu-
    ated from the University of Flor-
    i la w Ith a di n e in Psychology.
    The new .Mrs. Kaplan selected a
    candlelight gown trimmed
    v ith Chantllly lac I >r her wed-
    ding topped it with a main ilia
    hing lace, Her sister, Mrs.
    H< cht, sen i as matron of
    honor; the groom's sister, Wendy
    Kaplan was bridesn lid, Best man
    was <; rge Kaplan; Richard Kap-
    lan ai I Steve Mi nal ushered.
    Tin newlyweds were honored al
    reception in the hotel before leav-
    ing foi a Jamaica honeymoon.
    Elyse Haber And
    heighten Plash-off
    United in Marriage
    Elyse Lynn Haber and Leighton
    Richard P!ask<.ff were united In
    marriage Thursday. Nov. 26. in
    Thanksgiving Day rib s at the Du-
    rjonl Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Norman
    Shapiro, spiritual I. ader of T mpli
    Zion, officiated at the 4 p.m.
    monii s.
    A mi m! er of the Student N
    elation of Florida, the bride,
    M< Kin
    '. Hal :. 6291 SW 6 I A c, is a
    ithwi st Si ni >i I lig i
    School and M
    tolli gc's Scho tl ol Her
    nd th son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Irving flask.,if. 471G SW 1st St..
    I from Miami Senior
    High School. Valley College, in
    California, and the University of
    Miami.
    The new Mrs. Plaskoff sell Cted
    i gown of peau de soie in the
    Empire style, with lowered round
    neckline and an inverted back
    v
    gag<
    The engagement of Linda Carol Rosenkrcnz
    to Robert Jay Kcp'an has been announced
    by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
    Rosenkranz, 8C60 Hawthorne Ave., Miami
    Beach. The bride-elect attended Miami-Dade
    Junior College and th? University of Miarr-i.
    where she obtained a degree in Elementary
    Education. he is now learning a sec:
    grade class al Charles Crew Elementary
    School. Her firnce, the Bon cf Mr. end Mrs.
    hrome Kcplcn cf New York Citv, graduated
    from Miami-Dade Junior College, whore he
    majored in Accounting. The couple will be
    feted at an engagement party in their honox
    Saturday evening.
    Judge and Mrs. Segall
    Honored At Reception
    CAROL ANNt POTASH
    Carol Anne Potash,
    Jay Hecker Engaged
    Mr. and Mrs. Hy Potash. 8107
    SW 72nd Ave.. announce the cn-
    :.t of their daughter, Carol
    Anne, to Jay Michael Hecker, the
    son of Mrs. Clarice Hecker, 1339
    Obispo Ave, Coral Gables, and the
    late Joseph Hecker.
    The bride-elect graduated from
    Southwest Miami Senior High
    SchiK)] and is currently enrolled at
    Miami-Dade Junior College. Her
    fiance, an employe of American
    Telephone and Tdepgraph Co.. is
    a graduate of Miami-Dade Junior
    College and Controlled Data Insti-
    tute.
    MRS. LE'GHTON ft. PLASKOFF
    pleat set off with panels of Im-
    ported scalloped French lac de-
    signed and executed In Tristani.
    Her head piece was trimmed with
    tiny seed pearls in a flower pat-
    tern; the entire wedding theme
    and color scheme was based on
    Thanksgiving.
    Julie Haber served h r sister as
    maid it honor; bridesmaids wen
    Judy Newman and Terry Tristani.
    The groom selected David Philo
    to serve as best man; his brother,
    Bob Plaskoff, and Rick Ogden
    ushered
    Mr. and Mrs. Plaskoff will make
    ' their home in Miami after they
    ' return from a Nassau honeymoon.
    Ever-Sphatt Wedding
    On Thanksgiving Day
    Elliott Perry Ever, the son o'
    Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Hirsh
    Ever, and Gwen Sphatt, daughter
    if Mr. and Mrs. Murrie Sphatt,
    were to be married on Thanksgiv-
    ing Day, Thursday. Nov. 26, at
    Moon in the main sanctuary of the
    ith Israel Hebrew Institute
    7S01 Carlyle Ave.. Miami Heach.
    The public has been invite 1 to
    attend the ceremony and the gala
    reception which will follow in the
    adjacent building Immediately af-
    terwards.
    A dinner will also be held at the
    Sea Gull Hotel, 103-21>t SI a I-
    nitt'inee is bv invitation only.
    More than 300 friends attended ,
    a reception for Judge and
    Mrs. Sidney Segal! al the Miami
    Springs Villas Sunday afternoon
    and i \i nded th ir best wishi s
    tnd congratulations to the couple.
    Mrs. Segal s par nts, Mr. and
    Mis. Louis Hor vitz, promiro n
    iti.. i.s i i Cotnwall, < ntario, Can-
    ida wen the hosts, Joining thi m
    :, the receiving line was Mrs
    Philip Si ga I, the judgi 's mothi i.
    Iis sister, Mrs. Maurice Faske,
    who is an assistant state attorney,
    pi sidi d ovi r the guest book.
    Mr. Horovitz, a well-known Ca-
    nadian el ithing manufacturer, be-
    gan his business in Cornwall in
    1912, The judge's parents were
    pioneer Miamians. When the late
    Philip Segal! and his wife, Sadie,
    settled in Miami in 1910, they
    were the fourth Jewish family to
    make their home in Dade County,
    fudge S gall's father was one ol
    the founders of Beth David Con-
    gregation, Miami's first syna-
    gogue.
    Assist n, the hosts were Mrs.
    William lie.in. Mis. Jerry Sim-
    mons, Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, Miss
    i Ida Schwartz, Miss Ivy Kaske and
    : Mrs. John Lloyd Of Miami, Mrs.
    Walter Leib and her mother. Mrs.
    Jeam ;ie Davis, loth of Tampa.
    Among the out-of-town guests
    were the Hon. Slim Grossman and
    i Mrs. Grossman, of Chicago, 111.;
    the Hon. Kmanuel Hitler and Mrs.
    Hiller, of Washington. D.C.; Mrs.
    , Manuel Leibowitz, Mrs. Harry
    Tropp and Mrs. Miriam Hirsh of
    Tampa; Mrs. Ethel Goodman and
    Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Halpern of
    ' Jacksonville; Mrs. Virginia Argin-
    tar of West Palm Beach, and Mrs.
    Ri \ i Silvi rman and Dr. and Mrs.
    S rman of Ft. Laudcrdale.
    Judge Segall and Ids bride are
    !.;!,. making their home in
    hi I i| oi.t Plaza Centi r.
    Rsnee G, Kaloiiitz
    Heroines the Bride
    Of Joel Komreich
    Young Israel of Forest Hills.
    \'.v v as the setting for th re-
    nl ci rem nies conducti d by
    Ka' ii Schorr, the dean ol Yeshiva
    Torah Vodaath of Brooklyn. NY..
    'initing Renee G. Kalov.it/ and
    Jot I M. Komreich in man lage.
    The bride, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Louis Kalowitz, Bronx. N.V..
    received a B.A. degree in Judaic
    Studies from City University of
    Ni H York. Her husband, the son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Komreich of
    Miami ,".i ach, graduated from N< w
    York University with a B.A. de-
    gree In Physics, and is presently
    wi rking towards his Ph.D. in th it
    subject at City University. He is
    also studying for the rabbinate at
    Yeshiva Torah Vodaath.
    Florence Kalowitz served her
    sisti r as maid of honor: William
    Nussbaum was the groom's I si
    man.
    R08.'N SUt CORENMVM
    Corer.bli/ms Announce
    Robin's Wedding Plans
    Mr. and Mrs. Alvin II. Coren-
    blum, 12240 Vista Ln., aim lunce
    the engagement of their daughter,
    Robin Sue. to Nathan Lew, the
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Gei g< !. .
    it New Ol le ins.La.
    The brirte-i leet is a Speech P.i-
    thologv and Audiology majoi at
    Mem| hi St ite University, where
    she is a \ ce president of Hillel and
    Sigma Alpha Eta, national honor
    mi 'i tj and co-advisor to R
    B.B.G. Her fiance, a graduate of
    Southeastern University, New Or-
    leans, b.a.s s., has just returned
    from a tour of duty in Viet Nam.
    Robin Sue will be graduate
    May 8. The wedding Is scheduled
    to take place May 10 at Tl
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    Sharon Sachs
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    1 rrtkm following the ierv-
    the Cadillac Hotel
    i-KTr.R Kinnnu
    Um on : Mr. and Mrs.
    an Rotbatein of Coral GtUn,
    .1! become Bai Mltzvah Tern-
    1 Judas Saturday, Nov. 28. .-.t
    P< ter i- an h nth : ada ttudenl
    Ponoa '!< Leon 1 udoi High
    ol, and will continue his re-
    nt on '-. Conflrma-
    1 .n hi T< rnriV Judea.
    Pcler'i parent! MrfJI host .-1 lun^h-
    toi dlately fol-
    ' "" 1 rvice Helping him
    1 celebrate wrfll be his grand-
    ! Clifford Halpcrn
    1 .'i ,Mi>.. Nathan Roth itein, local
    rl from
    ' n>'' York and Palm
    l each
    MWtK Kf.r.lWll.V
    I Mi. and
    '. Berl Kit Inm n 14321
    77th I 1 Bai M tz-
    0 d ;
    28.
    It alenl
    ' Pal Jttnioi High School.
    it a nwi 1 ,'. th<- T' n pit Ba 1
    M '/van Club awl will continue
    hi Hi brt ta at idle ton ardt Con-
    firmation
    Mr. and Mi K will host
    'h" On ring the
    . r.ifhr service* -. well as a
    .it following the ceremoniea
    Saturd
    Among th honored guests will
    be Mark's grandparenta, Mr. and
    Mm. Aha Kl'-inm.-in and aunts,
    uncli and "Hi-ins. Mr. and Mra.
    Seymour Kirachner and Buaan and
    Frank, Dr. and Mr-. Hy Schon-
    ('ll anil Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
    man K and Paul, Mr. and
    Mra. Warren Schonfeld, Mr and
    : Max Melamud and Mr. and
    Mn Louis Taffel.
    .IKIFKKV IIITT
    Jeffrej Michael, son of Mr. and
    Mn. Steve Hutt, HK20 SW 17th
    St.. v.,ii become Bar Mltzvah Sat-
    urday morning, Nov. 2X, at Tem-
    ple Or Olom.
    Jeffrey, an eighth grade stu-
    dent at Rockway Junior High
    School, is a member of Boy Seoul
    Troop 272. His hobby is routing
    archida.
    Mr and Mis Hut 1 will hoi 1 the
    M WllssA I'OM.AK
    Vfarisaa, the daughter of Mr. |
    1 Mi-. Martin PoUak of North
    Beach, will become Bai
    U\ r 1 Frid evening Nov. 27
    Temple Adatii Yeshurun.
    tudenl at John P
    nod) .In,no! High School where
    the eighth grade She will
    '""" I* r 1 tudies for 'onfirma-
    -n with RabM Milton Schlinsky ;: Snabba, following the Prl-
    The celebrant will be honored at ',.'-v ,"";llt tprvten M w,!1 '
    Oneg Bhabbal following the Klun and luncheon Saturday.
    ikI a reo ptlon on Sunda; A""';' the honored guests will
    I he Carillon Hotel '"' '""> grandparenta, Mr. and
    Mrs. Novle Botwin and Mr. and
    Anumg the honored gueati pres- M,s- David Hutt, and his great-
    1 '' 'he ''-'ii'. will be Mart randmother Mrs. Lillian Botwin
    ;: i',<(;,.,:.,,.,. m, ..,(| M,s -:- -:. .;.
    f'ohen oi North Miami RICHARD LENNER
    1 ""''' hei '' il tunl and uncle "" Thuraday, Nov. 20, Richard,
    " '" '' Jack Poplck of Ml-1 the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ira Len-
    Beaeh: tier aunt, uncle and '" '" celebrated hia Bar Mltzvah
    ' Ina, Mr. und Mra. Arthur Pol-
    1,1 "iiv, from Hillaide N.J
    "< Mr. and Mm. Sidney Faatowi
    ' Part ippony, N.J.
    MARC ItKKK.NS
    iturdaj morning, Nov. 28 In thi
    anctuary ol Temple Ner
    1 '< Mure Ivan, the son or Mr
    Julius Ci Berena of _, 1> 1
    1 "n e Dr., M It., will be Bar
    l/.vah.
    Mare 1- b tudenl al Nautilus
    in"! High School and Ner ramld
    IIrIoui School, and plays tuba In
    school ii tnd.
    \ Kidiiusii iii follow the serv-|
    1 11111 a reception in Man'.'.
    or u ill h" held in Temple Ner
    .imiii's Ski,ir Auditorium Satur-
    . iMi'innort.
    Out-of-town r.iifsi.s will Include!a
    I ills, uncles and cousins. Dr. and
    \ln hint lleri'tis. Mrs. Pearl
    1 nils iiid Mi. and Mrs Sheldon
    e Berena, from New York; Dr.
    1 Mr- Sanford Beaenii Savan-
    1 1.1 Mr. and Mra. William
    issman and Vera, Ottawa. Can-
    Mrs L. Ilkov. Detroit. MlCh.I
    1 n< 1 Mrs. George Motkowltz.1 Now a membar of the Mltzvah
    mn Mai ichusetts, Mr. and Mrs. Claas, Michael, who has attended
    1 v\ rw of Weil Palm Beach, Beth Torah's Religious School furl
    I Mi ml M ... Morris l.cvinc of the I'asl four years, will lie Con- \
    llywood. firmed at Belli Torah in 1972.
    during thr> Thanksgiving Day
    services at Bath Torah Congrega-
    tion.
    LAWRENCE IKINSTKIV
    Lawrence, the son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Milton Feinsteln, became
    a Mar Mit/vah at Beth Torah Con-
    gregation during the Thanksgiving
    Da) services Thursday. Nov. 20.
    CARA COHEN
    Friday evening, Nov. 27, during
    the services at Beth Torah Con-1
    gregatlon, Cara, the daughter ol
    Mr. and Mrs Stanley Cohen, will
    celebrate her Bai Mltzvah.
    Cara, who has completed five
    years in Beth Torah's Harold
    Wolk ReligiOUS School anil is a
    member of the 1972 Confirmation
    attends the Hehrew High
    School oi Greater Miami.
    MICHAEL SKl.AR
    During the Worship services at
    Beth Torah Congregation Satur-
    day. Nov. 2H. Michael, the son of
    Mr, and Mrs. Irwin Sklar, will be
    a Bar Mit/vah.
    STEVE* WEISS
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    own* kkih
    mornir
    Beth Torah '
    ,r>. of Mi In. Donald
    i'j-it! will become Bai Mil
    during the woi
    Da. t al John F.
    High School. He
    .:. pn lently a tnembei of the Pre-
    A h-th Tot ah
    Rellgio S h <-... ar.d will join the
    ' .-..'..' mat ion Class of 1972.
    CBAId EINHt>RN
    Craig Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Fred Kinhom. will become a Bar
    Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 28. at
    Young Israel of Greater Mian.;.
    RabM Naftali Porush will officiate
    at the services.
    ( 1 ai. a student at Thomas Jef-
    ferson Junior High School, will bo
    honored at a Kiddush following
    the services, and at a luncheon-
    reception in the Eden Roc Hotel
    on Sunday. Nov. 29.
    Among the out-of-town guests
    will lx- Blanche and Ellen Gold-
    stein. Los Angeles, Calif.; Kenneth i
    Malkin, Philadelphia, Pa., and Mr.
    and Mrs. Indyck and Sheldon Was-
    Herman, from .New York City.
    DAVID 7.ABKI.
    David Joseph, the son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Saul Zabcl, 1500 Bay
    I'.d., Miami Beach conducted the
    services at Kneseth Israel Congre-
    gation and read from the Haftot ah
    when he became a Bar Mil
    during the special Thanksgiving
    Day services. Thursday, Nov. 2'1.
    David, a student at the Hebrew
    Academy of Greater Miami, suit's
    in its choir, and serves as a patrol
    boy.
    The honored guests included Mr.
    and Mrs. I. Zabel of Montreal.
    Canada, and S. Goldstein and
    Rabbi 8. Lebor, from New York.
    RICHARD MDTZMAN
    Richard Carl, the son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Mutzman. will become
    Bar Mitzvah at Ahavat Shalom
    Congregation Saturday. Nov. 28
    Richard is an eighth grade stu-
    dent at West Miami Junior High
    ' School and plays trumpet in the
    school hand. He is a member of
    the Ahavat Shalom Youth Group,
    Mr. and Mrs. Mutzman will host
    the Kiddush following the service,
    and a reception in Richard's honor
    Saturday evening in Pythian Hall
    SHARON SACHS
    Saturday morning. Nov. 2H, at
    Beth David Congregation, Sharon,
    daughter of Mrs. Brenda Sachs
    6290 SW (12nd PI., and the late
    Sidney Sachs, will celebrate her
    Bat Mit/vah.
    The celebrant, sn eighth made
    -indent at South Miami Junior
    High School, has l>ecn attending
    Beth Torah eight years and is in
    Hebrew Grade 5.
    Sharon will lx- honored at the
    Kiddush following the services,
    and al a luncheon Sunday. Nov 29
    in the Seville Hotel.
    Sharon's grandparents. Mr. and
    Mrs. Jack Philips and Mrs. Kmma
    Sachs, will be present to help her
    celebrate the occasion.
    Hillcl Day School's
    Founders To Be Cited

    l at the h
    NIKS. IE0NAKD SiHRWt*
    Day school's inaugural ball in the
    Diplomat Country Club Satuiday
    evening, Dec 5,
    Dr. Joel B. I>-nnis. president of
    the educational institution, an-
    nounced that tli" found"!'- will be
    cited for their important role they
    have played in the establishment
    of Hiilel and for their generous
    financial support of the school.
    The founders include Mr. and
    Mrs. Harvej Baxter. Mr. and Mrs.
    Irving Canner, Mr. and Mrs A. I.
    : Mrs el B I
    '.
    nd Mi Ett : :
    M
    i H Gold. 1 tnd Mr-
    ty Kam Mi tnd M. -. i:
    M I Mrs. Hi
    L it nd Mr. .:.: ".:
    Lt rn< ".
    Rabbi Max A Lips
    nd Mrs. Lloyd Moriber, Dr.
    Mrs Vv : Sanford
    tnd Mrs. Leonard Sehreibrr, Mr.
    tnd Mrs. Saul Schreiber, Dr. and
    M B irrj S InfeM, Mr. and Mrs
    Don Solomon, Mr. and Mrs Si in-
    ..;. Spieler, Mr. and Mrs. Jlck
    Stewart, Mr. .md Mrs. Moe Ten-
    drich, and Mr. and Mrs. Morton
    B. Zemel.
    itegorles of contribu-
    tors hav< b en o^tabi_shed by th.>
    tunittee of Hiilel:
    Founders $1,000 or over. Donirs
    53 0 to $1,000, and spons *s
    $252 to $500. Families interested
    in becoming founders of Hitte! or
    irt noiit i. .a et 'vr
    iki intact Dr. Dennis .it
    122-3464.
    Mrs Leonard Schreiber. Inau-
    gural Ball general chairman re-
    ported that a most exciting and
    enjoyable evening is being planned
    bj the committ re.
    The Ball, which will begin at 8
    p.m., will precede at 7 o'clock
    Reservations for the Inaugural
    ball arc being taken by Judge rmd
    Mrs. Arthur Winton (945-2454
    and by the school office (922-S464 .
    All smiles at the opening of the Famous Restaurant are: Ira
    Zuckerman, manager, his wife, Michele, Harry Zuckerman,
    Beth and Morris Lerner. The Famous began its 25th season
    at 671 Washington Ave. on Mr. Lernet's 50th anniversary
    in the culinary industry.
    Fr. Nunez To Receive Award
    BUENOS AIRES (WNSl The
    1970 "Human Rights Award" ol the
    Latin American Jewish Congress
    will be awarded to Father Benja-
    min Nunez, the Costa Kuan Am-
    bassador to Israel, "because of his
    sensitivity to Jewish problems."
    1' i LEuaOOiM
    SOOTH BEACH AREA
    Available for season, air-condi-
    tioned, healed. Every medern fa-
    cility, furnished. Call after 6 p.m.
    532-3181
    MATURE WOMAN
    t live in beautiful $. Miami home
    and help mother with 3 children.
    Your own room, bath & TV, 5",
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    FEMALE
    OPPORTUNITIES
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    Mf IT IS, GALS!
    Advancement for Women.
    We have the finest fee-paid
    opportunities in Miami.
    Call Ferne Doyle 358-3781
    MANAGEMENT RECRUITERS
    25 S.E. 2nd Avenue
    AVAILABLE!
    CANTOR-BALTEFILO
    Excellent Bai Kore, Bar Mitzva
    teacher, all-around man. Call
    531-5148 between 10 cm. 1 p.m.
    Qualified experience
    CANTOR
    Available to conduct serv:res on
    Weekends. Will travel Call: 8-9
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    Friday, November 27, 1970
    -Jenisti thrUKam
    Page 9-3
    Miami Beach Girl Hebrew "*>?<>'' */ ,=
    rremiere lo Be
    University Ulpan Student B';a,M,c is H< nefit
    ^ I no Southeastern premiere
    im-
    llve
    cm Friends of the He
    premiere ol
    "Song ol Norway," based on the
    ' ":" : c i.....ser Ed-
    jversity. Members ol her group .. r,\ Qrie
    :overnment; its got a purpose. Form part of a contingent of
    and everybody has the energy to
    JERUSALEM "What
    it's
    will be sponsored by
    thi Greater Miami chapter of the
    "'"'"''-. students, riosl ,f i Brandeis University National Worn-
    North en's Committee a) the Sheridan
    Theatre, Miami Beaeh, Dec. 23.
    The regular engagement of the mo-
    tion picture musical will begin on
    Dec. 25 at the Sheridan.
    800
    whom com,
    American universities and colleges,
    presently attending the special
    summer Ulpan,
    . Li/hat s Croomjn
    15v KITH SIBKIS
    The Ulpan utilizes the mosl mod-
    ern techniques, such as a lan-
    guage laboratory and special uni-
    Versitj level texts related to Jew-
    ish studies, the humanities, the so-
    cial sciences, and the natural sci-
    ences Advanced students are able
    to participate in short academic
    courses given by faculty members Toralv
    of the university. In addition, ar-
    rangements are made for extra-
    curricular activities, both social
    and cultural. Tlv Ulpan will thus
    enable its participants to integrate
    more fully into the student body of
    about Hi 00<) students, of whom
    MIRIAM GRttNBtRG
    carry out what he has to do."
    This observation comes from |
    chestnut-haired, blue-eyed Miriam I
    Grcenbcrg. 19. who is presently
    studying in advanced class of the,
    summer Ulpan (intensive Hebrew! sps sho W1" be ,aki"K tn,s -Vial-
    COUne) at the Hebrew University'
    of Jerusalem, before
    her studies here in biology.
    Miriam was Specifically impress-
    ed by a Knesset (parliament) ses-,
    sion, dealing with the recent Arab;
    airplane hijackings, where Knes-;
    set members got right up and
    spoke about their actual feelings
    on the issue. "I wa.s surprised to
    find that the holy places didn't hit
    me as hard as the 'liveness' in the
    Knesset," adds Miriam.
    lationships and have
    scholastically."
    a good year
    Miriam, who lives at 45-23 Post
    Ave., Miami Beach, is a student
    illed at Reed College, in Ore-
    gon. Her trip to Israel was partly
    motivated by her love of travel
    and her appreciation of beautiful
    placs. "Israel la a place I can
    11( I'tdy with more than any other,"
    sir' notes.
    I
    Moreover, she observes that "the
    national pastime is taking a "tiyul"
    (trip or hike). Miriam likes walk-
    in*; and being close to nature, and
    finds many lovely spots in Israel
    - "each beautiful in a different
    way." The antiques here also in-1
    terest her. "You can walk up to a
    building that's 2,000 years old,"
    she marvels.
    Miriam is part of the one-year and Carlyle, and "Joe" at the
    program sponsored by the Amerl-} Normandy and Hallandale.
    >nce Henderson, starring in
    her first motion picture, heads an
    international cast that includes
    Stars such as Kdward G. Robinson,
    Robert Morley, New York City
    Opera star Frank Porretta and
    Norway's first man of the theatre,
    Maurstad, who portrays
    Grieg.
    One of the remarkable features
    of "Song of Norway" is the way
    Grieg's music has lieen scored
    "photographically." A corps of bal-
    let dancers wa.s augmented by over
    200 Norwegian folk dancers for
    s'veral of the production sequences.
    At no time were movie studios
    used for photography; all musical
    numbers and dramatic moments
    were shot on location in scenic
    village squares, cathedrals and re-
    cital halls, and the fjords and
    mountain tops that the Gricgs
    knew. His trips to Copenhagen's
    Tivoli Gardens, the home of Hans
    Christian Andersen, and many of
    the Kuropean capitals all were
    faithfully recorded on film. The
    sequence depicting a sleigh ride
    into a tiny mountain village was
    photographed in 20 degree-below
    zero weather.
    Tickets for the Gala Premiere
    are now available at the Greater
    Miami Chapter of the Brandeis
    University National Women's
    Committee.
    Kosher Food Firm
    Award Recipient
    A special UOJCA Award for
    .service in recognition to the en-
    ' hancement of the Jewish Dietary
    Laws has been presented to Horo-
    SOme 3,500 are from abroad.
    Miriam, an observant Jew, has
    a background in Hebrew, having
    studied it during elementary and
    high school. Nevertheless, she finds
    that the Ulpan helps a great deal,
    "in the beginning it was hard, but
    now I can follow it all." she re-
    marks. In particular, the Ulpan
    has familiarized her with the He-
    brew terminology encountered in
    genetics, which is one of the cour-
    As for Israeli society in general,
    continuing, Miriam observes that people here j
    are extremely involved, whereas in
    the United States there is much >
    apathy. "Israel is SO small and!
    surrounded on all sides, and thus'
    everybody is important and every-''
    body has a part. It's important ;
    for everybody to get involved."
    declares Miriam. "Then. too. the
    political situation is on every-
    body's mind, but everyone does his
    own thing."
    Looking forward to her year at i
    the university, Mirl im
    In Wometco Theatres
    "The Wild Child" is scheduled
    to open Friday at the Mayfair and
    Sunset; "Tarzan's Deadly Silence"
    and "Boatniks" will be on the Coral
    Way. North Dade. North Andrews
    and Davie Blvd. Drive-in screens.
    Diary of a Mail Housewife" is
    being held over at the Carib;
    "Scrooge" at the Miracle. 163rd
    St., Byron. Palm Springs. Plaza-
    I Hollywood, Gateway-Fort Lauder-
    i dale and Boca Raton: "Lovers and
    'Other Strangers" at Patio, Twin!
    ' ;i/ Brothers and Margareten, one
    of tli^ nation's oldest producers of,
    kosher food specialties, according
    to an announcement by Rahbi
    Karasick, president of the- Union
    of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
    of America, which sponsors the
    award.
    The award Ls the sixth made to
    a business organization in the 15-
    year history of the Orthodox
    Union's Kosher Certification Serv-
    ice, which designates the awavdees.
    IIorovvit/.-Margareten. established
    86 years ago to produce Passover
    Mat/obs for the American Jewish
    community, now supplies more
    than 100 products for year-round
    and Passover use, all cerl
    kosher under the rabbinical en-
    ment and supervision of the
    Orthodox Union.
    The award, an illuminated si
    was presented at a ccrenn nj dur-
    ing the Saturday evening banquet
    session of the 72nd Anniversary
    N'ational Biennial Convention ol
    the Orthodox Union in Washing-
    ton, D.C.
    Embassy Protests Remarks
    BONN tWNSi The Israeli
    Embassy has protested to the Wesl
    German Foreign Office over anti-
    Semitic statements made by IV.
    Herbert Reichard, which appeared
    in an interview published by a
    Saudi Arabian newspaper. Dr.
    Reichard. head of the Middle East
    desk of the semi-official radio
    "Deutsche Welle" (German Wave),
    indicated his approval of Hitler's
    methods of dealing with Jews.
    The donation of SI,000 by Gulfstream Park president James
    Donn. Jr. is accepted by local volunteers for the Children's
    Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, Colo.
    Receiving the check are Mrs. Lillian Garfinkel (left), presi-
    dent ol the North Dade and Hallandale Chapter of the in-
    stitution's volunteer aid organization and Mrs Miriam B.
    Walper of Hallandale. vice president in charge of special
    funds for the institution.
    Jewish Group Denies Rumor
    LONDON (WNSi The Jew-
    ish Social and Cultural A-
    tion in Warsaw has denied rumor-;
    that "Folkstimme," the only of-
    ficially sanctioned Jewish publi-
    cation there, would cease publica-
    tion at the end of the year. The
    i weekly is published hall In v
    land half in Polish.
    This 'crown." which can be served for deSSCti or with a cup
    of coffee, has the "Old World" flavor, is beautiful to look at, very
    delicious, and quite easy to execute. The "crown" is actually a
    baked ring mad" ol "cream-puff" dough. The filling in this recipe
    Is a creamy, satiny and delicately flavored pudding. You could
    also use sweetened whipped cream, ice-cream > jusl before serv-
    ing), or anj other good filling.
    CREAM FILLED CROWN
    Dough '- cup margarine
    4 eggs dash salt
    1 cup water 1 cup flour
    In a small pot bring the water to a boil, add the margarine
    and let it dissolve. Remove from heat, add flour all at once, stir
    briskly. Return to low heat and continue stirring till the dough
    forms a ball and leaves the sides ol the pot. turn into a slightly
    larger bowl. Add the eggs, one at a time stirring firmly till they
    are completely incorporated and the dough i> smooth.
    Preheat oven to 400 degrees, grease a cookie sheet and dust it
    with flour. Put a nine-inch plate on the sheet and with your
    finger trace around the plate so you will have a nine-inch circle.
    Take away the plate, and arrange the dough by tablespoons
    around the circle. (The ring should be 1' inches high and wide).
    Bake 40 minutes. Remove from oven, make 10 small cuts around
    the ring, to enable the steam to escape, and return to over, for
    an additional 10 minutes. Turn off the heat, but keep the ring
    in the oven for 20 minutes longer with the door partly open. After
    it cools in the kitchen, cut off the top half with a sharp knife,
    scoop out the soft dough and discard. Fill with the filling re-
    place the top and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
    Killing: 1 Clip milk
    4 egg yolks 1 tsp. vanilla
    ', cup Grand Marnier
    '. pint whipped cream
    ',2 cup sugar
    V* cup flour
    Whip the yolks with the sugar till bright yellow and thick:
    add the flour and beat together while milk comes to a boil. Add
    milk to the eggs in a slow stream while beating. Put the mix-
    ture on a very low heat, or in top of a double boiler, bring to a
    boil, stirring constantly. When it becomes thick and will hold its
    shape, beat In the vanilla and Grand Marnier; strain into a bowl
    and cool in the refrigerator, When cold, fold the whipped cream
    in gently, and the filling is ready for us .
    It is the time of the year when you enjo> preparing the old
    favorite recipes, : you spend iii the kitchen. Your family, cout e, loves eating
    special dishes, .mA appreciates your efforts.
    lie:, is a rcceipe for ki pockets of dough filled with
    meal filling. Serve them in a bowl of hoi chicken broth.
    KREPLACH
    1 tablespoon onion flakes lor
    one fresh onion, chopped)
    .", tablespoons bread crumbs
    1 tablespoon salad oil
    l teaspoon sallt
    l (ash pep]
    .", teaspoons instant chick n
    bouillon powder
    Dough
    '_' cups flour
    '-' eggs
    '.. teaspoon salt
    2 tablespoons cold water
    Filling
    1 cup ground cooked beef
    or chicken
    When cooking a soup, reserve some paces of meat (They
    maj be parts of the chicken breast, gibii ts, etc.l When you
    paie the kreplach. grind these In a grinder, in a blender, or chop
    very finely with a knife. Add the onion, egg, oil, pepper, salt one
    teaspoon of the buillon powder, and the lire I i the
    ground meal and mix ell.
    Sin the flour and sail Into a large bowl. Mix th
    water. Add thi I to the centei ol
    ir until the doe ;h
    lou h is lie. R
    on a floured su
    should be rolled out as thin is |s
    three inch squares; put a ti ispoon ol in the ccn
    over and pinch together the edges so the> re -< ale
    Boil 10 cups of w iter w ith the other two ti aspoons of i
    en buillon powder in a be; pot. Prop the
    uig water and boil for about 10 minutes. The kreplach
    when they float. Remove carefully with a slotted spoon. D
    well. Serve hot in soup.
    Herring dishes are very much liked among us. In the old days
    there was almost no celebration, ol "simche" without a represen-
    tative of the herring family,
    Herring salad ranks as one of the favorites. You can serve
    it with other salads, such as potato salad and green salad and
    h ivc an "instant party.'' or, spread it ever small rounds of bread
    foi tasty canapes. And. of course, you can rve M as a first
    course, or an appetizer.
    HERRING SALAD
    s ozs schmaltz herring fillets
    2 hard cooked eggs
    4 cup grated onion
    ', cup vinegar
    _' tbls, pealHll oil
    1 tbls. sugar
    1 tart crisp apple
    i optional)
    grated
    V4 cup fine bread crumbs
    Use a meat grinder, blender, or chop herring with a big
    sharp knife on a wooden board: chop the hard boiled <
    gether with the herring. Add all the other ingr dients and mix
    well in a bowl, Chill and serve.



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    .^po
    M Cl tldants, David ond Shelly Sokol,
    Judi and Marshall Schweitzer, at
    './'. maki] ; p ... -/ v '. club's business and i
    Zl ... social hall, which will begin ct
    i Tuesday

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    in the Dani r '
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    the office 'A Ai lal Dean R. C.
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    12620 NE Miami PI., North Mi-
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    Kadimah Group Activities
    K idlmah < Iroup' i luncheon will
    be in-ill M waaj D c it at 11:30
    i m. In the Stfitf.u>oii' 'ii>< l Pro-
    w III he OHivi);^1i B mtjfcst
    hting of t"i candlos, pin-
    Mrs, Jacob Lkibermani soloist, with '
    Charles RosofI Accompanying at
    the p'ano. Iverywai is welcome
    l"). ,-i White l->i>h nt Sale will
    begin ni 1" in.' in the Surfalde
    Community o-nlrr, with bargains
    for a "consriOUS lilwntification with
    l.iinclii'on. will buJii'lil at noon in
    the Beau RWiige Hotil. Leona
    Maisel is president.
    . 11. lang AB, Viet
    s- ho I, hi ed Miami-D
    bel enti
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    Ai the end of 'his at ad' mic
    me tcr In I > cember, Dr. II snry
    A. Mri.iniiis, will have
    the equlvaii nt ol a trip
    the world. As a pro-
    ir at the Unl
    ton School '>i Social Work, h"
    commutei weekly to "
    iduate courses In 9 .-
    cial Welfare
    ^Androcles' Is First
    In Temple Jndea
    Sisterhood's Series
    "Androcl and the Lion," a
    plav for childn n >' all agi fi s
    turing the Asolo State Theatn
    Graduate Studenl Company, now
    mi a itatewide tour, v. ill be sj>on-
    sored by the Sisterhood ol Temple
    .luiii a ai 'i pin. Sunday as the
    lirst presentation in their annual
    cultural arts sci us.
    Due to limited seating, the per-
    ii rmance, which will take plaec
    in the temple's social hall, will be
    open to the public on a first-come,
    Hi si-sci ved basis.
    No child should miss this de-
    lightful experience; tickets arc
    available daily at Un temple office,
    'White Elephant' Sale
    (ialil Chapter, Mlzradl! Women's
    Oi'Kani/.alion of America, will hold
    i White Elephant Sale at 8:15 p.m.
    Monday at the homo of Mrs. Eva
    I.inet, 2271 NE 191st St., North
    Miami Bench. Chairman for this
    program is Mrs. Stanley Engel-
    hanlt. The public is invited to at-
    tend. Admission is by donation of
    a gift-wrapped item.
    Talmud Is Discussion Topic
    Selections from the Talmud will
    be discu I at 2 p.m meeting
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    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open trcry Day Clotli StAboth
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    Miami's Only Strictly Jcwi'th'
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    :
    . .. Hon
    GOLDMAN UNVEIUNG
    The dedication of a monument
    to the memory of the Me
    HARRY GOLDMAN
    will tcke place
    Sunday, November 29th
    a'. 12:30
    at lakeside Memorial Pork
    with Rabbi Mo/er Abramowitz
    officiatirT.
    frhnds and relatives
    ore osled to attend.

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    "JEWISH K 0IMCTOK
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    F:iday, November 27, 1970
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    Membership Shows
    Steady Growth Rate
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    I-:',
    Cnurl
    M 'mhcrs'iip of Jewish Commun-
    .....-. which has steadilj
    i since th" ond of Wor'd War
    [I. ii-s peached a now hi^h of more
    >n 70. and activities in JCCs
    pcted iin aeiregate total of
    I'l.iOOCOO part'olpants Volume
    MX >! fie Yeapb^oV ..f -;h \m.
    .' < ish Welfare Board
    ;' r>rv>rts
    lion as members of Jew-
    ish fommint'ty Centers is a "sig-
    it flic it "" of the search
    i i ,consr*ou-i liontiricatlon with
    , \-r s t'on of the organized
    j. wish comm mity" and the desire
    I part In Center activities
    ,).-, members, according to
    i m* I B Intskv, JWB's d
    i, i "conV"s identification with
    i n communifes.
    Vnalyzing th" chan^s in th
    prience of J~ish CTm*nu" "t"'-s from 1957 to 1973, Mr.
    ' kV ^t-.t-s "';it t'v. rxqj.-
    'm figure of 34103000
    I! miff than the figure of
    orevious vear is ;i "more de.
    -.|i\p rne so-,. ;, the j ,..
    ,-,,..tty Center as a c gnnrinii
    ncy." T
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnl
    he undersigned, rl Ir ng tc. .
    "' ,'"s,"'.'-: "''< n, utiouF
    < WIN \ PET ill I71KI 8.W
    Street i,i'.ml- ... ,, r|,,|, .. Kn|(|
    with ih. Clwh of ..... in-, un
    I Dade 'nunty, pioi Ida
    S \M P I.KV1TEN
    MICHAEI P CHASE
    r SAM K. I BVITEN
    II..... S '.'. Tl rd Av DU
    Miami. Florida 33124
    11/27 12,4-11 -
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN H1.1i
    lhnwiidrhCTml', fli-min; lo engngi 11
    business under the fictitious name
    -' Ji IH.N'H I'PSTAIRS HOBBIES at
    16I Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Reach,
    Fla. Intends ia register wild
    with ih, Clark .'f the Circuit
    f Undo County, Flor da
    JOHN \ PETEUS, .11:.
    KENNETH .V ReKANT
    Attorne> '..- H<>|iH"nnl
    'Mi. IJnroln Rd Bldg Suite 229
    Miami is.... 11, p|u
    11/2
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \OTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, deslrtna to engage
    n 1 u :.. -- undder the fictitious nami
    ,' I" A CONSTRUCTION lit lfl62
    N 23rd si Miami Inland* 1.. r- gin.
    1 name Ith the 1 'lark of the
    < '11. ui 1 Court of Dade County, Flor
    V \c CONSTRUCTION CORP
    ^KER^ANTHl8HBKAI,8KY*
    I 11 Applicant
    IW S H Ird Ave
    II..Ill II;,
    III.111.
    Cou 1
    II''
    NOT ICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX OK CD
    Chapter 20722Ads of 1941
    File 70 A 141 j
    NOTICE IS HKIiKiiy OIVEN thai
    CAPE SABLE CORPORATION hold-
    er i.f Ciiy ,,f (,;,1 r-.abl.-n Samtary
    l.lin 1 .111 "., :i 1.- x., 28 Issued the 24th
    day "i" May, A.D. it",. baa Died Bame
    .11 my office, and haa made upplicn-
    l"ii for a tax deed lu be issued
    LEGai NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-20828
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    E.MIODIO SANCHEZ,
    Plaintiff
    va
    LIMA RIVAS I'll SANCHEZ,
    I 'elenduut
    TO: I.IIUA RIVAS HE SANCHEZ
    ::i Avo. Hi" I
    Apt 4
    .Vai la.i.e !! 1111. 1 *uba
    Vow, Miii v i;ii vs in-: s.wiii:/..
    ar hereby notified thai 11 Hill of
    Complaint fur Hivorec ha- lieen fileil
    :uuuiisi jrou, and ynu-ure rmuilred to
    serro nenp) of youi Wiswei "i Pload-
    LEGAL NOTICE
    ;i-m
    LEGAL NOTICE
    i\ TH? CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    E' EVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRrrn
    iN AND FOR DAPF. COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO 7n-7M
    NOTICE BV PUBUP.STION
    1-31 >*N MKHKIN II A RTWTI \.
    Intlff,
    vn
    IVNK HARTWTO,
    fendanl
    PHI WAWE RARTWtfl, residence
    nown, ARE HHltKiiV NOTIFIED
    I your written defenses to this
    vorce with ihe Court'i Clerk and
    rrc a ivinv unnn Plaintiffs *t.
    rnevs, VON ZAMFT /: SMITH.
    '': Cnoifal llnnk l!ll.. Miami. Fin-
    ite on or before the -"-'ml dav of
    "'mnr. 1970, elae the Complaint
    11 I*.' laki-n as confeaned
    \TKO: N-..v-n'l'.' IS, I97
    B. R KiTiiri" w n ERK
    BY: C P < om'.i AND
    ii.-mhv Clerk
    'in ult Court Seal)
    11 '?n-.'7 l_3 j
    NOTICE UNOFR
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \- undrrslKiii-il. dislrinit to encaae in
    1 ui-inaim under 'he floUt'ona nniiv
    A D. I.BONB HKAl.TV at l"S4ii
    - w ItSth Rtreet, Miami, Florida In-
    ' -idK to restetor said nami' with the
    .rl, of the Circuit Court of Dadi
    1 nuiity, Florida.
    Anthony l> I eone
    ioi4" s w IJSUt Street
    Miami, Florida
    ll/:7 12/-4-ll-tv
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-21494
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    VKHBRT HENRI DUTtOCHER,
    PfaUsttiff,
    T.
    MAROVBRITE DCKOCHER,
    ivfendant.
    ' M/.'IC.I'TOTK nuitociirji
    iUasiDENil-! IVKNOWN
    You, MAROCERITE DUTtOCHER,
    ..... tver.-by in.1 ifl.d that a Complaint
    I r IHrcrce has been filial againal
    >'iu. aad you an* requlrtil to serve
    I "opy of your Answer or l'leadina
    ti th ComolaJnt. on the Plaltitlffs
    attorney, HERNY NORTON, 14C6 Bn-
    iyn ItullilinK. Miami. Florida, and
    I'm- the original Answer or PleajfUnS
    li the offlre of the Clerk of the llr-
    ruil t'ourt nn or before the 31st day
    I'-'i-mliiT 1970 If you fail to do so.
    iii'lymeot by default will be taken
    n.iinst y..u for the relief demanded
    the Complaint.
    II I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk
    m.uit Court. D10111 County, r*lorlda
    By: C. P. ail'EI.ANU
    Deputy ("letk
    ult Court Seal)
    HrrVRY NORTON
    Mlornfy for nalntiff
    i"i; Btacayna Building-
    Miami. Florida
    11/27 '2/4-11-1S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY CID/EN that
    the u-iideralgned, desiring to engage in
    '"' ....... under thi fletltinus nnme
    -I 3720 PROFESSIONAL BrilJ>INC
    m :"-'" E 4tl-. Ave Hlaleah, Fla
    ::':"i- Intend to register said name
    il the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    ul Dade County, Horida.
    ': Ihrlel A Sam hex
    Ri m T s -i /
    Hi-i i"i J Siipi-he*
    .I -, 1 : 4 -1: -1 x
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU1T
    IN AND FOR DAD6 COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-"8S1
    FRANK B. DO'.VLING
    In RE: Estate of
    AI "K FINKELSTEIN,
    Dei .-.-.....I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Th All Iredltors ami All Pi r
    Having Claims or Demands Kb
    Said Estate:
    You are hereby notified and k-
    quired t" present any lainw -:
    lemands which you may huvi against
    the estate of jack FINKEI.stfin
    leceaaed late of Dade Cotintv, Flo-
    rida, to tin County Judges < Dado I
    County, and file the same 111 duplimtej
    and a.s provided In s lion 7:::'. :>..
    Florida Statutes, in their offices 111
    th.- County Courthouse In I ade Cou
    ty, Florida within six lIi pdar months
    from the time of the itrsl publlrptlon
    hereof, or the same \\ ill lie haTed.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 311th
    day of October. A 11 "iTi'
    M.M'fiN- FINE
    As Administrator
    Flrt publication nil
    thi- Bth day of November. lvTO.
    FINE, JACOBSON A; BLOCK
    Attorneys for Admlnistia'.i.-
    mi East Flasler Stieet
    Miami. Florida
    li f.-1:1-20-27
    ing in the i-.iil of Complain! on the
    Plaintiff* attorney, OROVER C13I-
    BNT WEINHTEIN ft KTAt'tlEH,
    I' \ :'.:." Lincoln Road, .Mann Reach,
    Florida S31S9 531-1241 and rile tbe
    original Answer nr Pleading In the
    office "I tin- Clerk "i the Circuit
    Com 1 nn or liefore U-." -_';;i.l nay ,.t
    December, I97B If you full in do so.
    i Judgment by default will be taken
    Haile, Slain 01 Fki-I agalnsl you for Ihe relief demanded
    in the Bill of Complaint
    This notice -hall in- published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI/tRIDIAN
    HONK AND ORDERED Rl Miami,
    Florida, this 13th day of November
    A n I97.
    1: l: I.EATHERMAN, tlerk
    Circuit I'm' I >.:' Count]. Florida
    R> I. SNBEDEN
    Di oulj Clerk
    fCIn nil 'ouri Si all
    flROVER i'IMK.vi WEINSTEIN
    ,\ STACBER, i' A
    "mi Lincoln lload
    Miami Reach, Plorldn
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    11 -27 I2'4-11
    thereon. Said 1 Yriifiral.
    the follnwlns! deacrlbed property
    the County of
    -i'la. to-wlt:
    ixit Block in. Coral Oablea
    c. Plal Book s Page .
    City of Coral (lables,
    of Dade, State of Flo-
    Section
    in the
    County
    _ rid.1
    This deed will be Issued subject to
    l:i7 County i.im-s and lily 1,1 Coral
    Gablee Lixea and liens.
    Tlie assessment of said property
    under the said cerllfli ati 11 as in
    in.- of: l".\ KNi 'U v
    I'nl.-s said certificate shall be re-
    deemed .iiH'ording 10 law. the pro-
    lierly described herein will be sold
    " the highest bidder for .a-h at the
    Courthouse ......1 on the flrtil Monday
    in the mouth of December, 1 ;T>.
    which is ilic 7th day of December,
    1970.
    Dated this ."."th dav of October,
    1970.
    E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    By u k.mittii. Depulj Clerk
    (Cln mi 1..U11 BealJ
    11 6-13-SO-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I! it
    ih.- undersigned, desiring to 1
    in I'umi > under the fictitious nai -
    of INTER-AMERICAN PROM' -
    Til INS 'I 1. al 3091 X W. Bth S .
    Miami 33125 intend i" n ui- icr s. .
    name with the Clerk of the C
    Court oi Dade County, Florida,
    1 '; linn II i...p.
    Joso I.op,-/,,
    and I ..laiida l.op.z
    II 20-27 12 4 I
    IN THE COUNTY JUOCES COUll 7
    IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATii
    __ No. 70-2237
    In RE^SWHr*- "
    CLARENCE 1.1:1; I1ROOKS,
    ] loci used
    NOTICE TO CRfcOITORS
    To All 1 '. lit..I and All P. 1 son,
    iin-- Claims or 11. 111.....1- A
    Estate:
    1 "" Itri li.-i .i.\ ......li' 'I and noil .
    eil to pi'.-seiil .my I,, 1 .,'! .| .
    nian.ls which you in... have aguii
    'I" late "i CLARENCE l.c ;
    BR H IKS ilei as d late ." Da -
    County, and file Ihe -alia in (luplica -
    and as provided in Section "33.18, Fl -
    rida Stututi in 1 iielr olficei m 1
    County Courthous" In Dadi Coun
    Florida, within six calendar mont -
    from ih.' Mm. 01 the first pulilii
    hereof, or Ihe same ill b.< I ... 1. d
    Dated at .Miami. EI01 Ida, i- is
    da] ol June, A.D
    MAI IEI.INE URt IKS
    As EX 11.1 :\
    l-'irst publlcntl.....1 till
    the mil da) of N ivemoer !:". I
    HERBERT I. HEIKKN
    Altorne) 1 ir A.in..1., ill
    11":; Alnsli j llldg Miami i'la.
    |i il-lS-Sa-27
    '1 .li
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XOTICE IS lli.ui:i:v U1VEN that
    I hi undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under Ihe fictitious name
    of M & M Discount Store at 129 South
    .Miami Avenue, .Miami. Florida In-
    tend to register said m me with the
    Clerk of in,- Circuit Court ol Dade
    Cuunly, Florida
    MANUEL O. MENESE8
    M1CJUBL F. MAKTOKEl.l.
    MAN A. UOLDFAKB
    All. liny for Manuel O. Meileses
    and Miguel F Marion 11
    II -7 1J-4-11-1S
    NOTICE JNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    Ihe undersigned, desiring i" engage
    in business under the fictitious nami'
    of CARDOZO HOTEL al IJOfl Ocean
    Drive, Miami Beach. Florida Intends
    lo register said nnme with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    EDN< >R Cl 'HI'
    i-.\' Eda in 1 lenlg. President
    ENC,I,A-NDER BURNETT, Attys
    11.a I.in. ..In Road
    Miami Beach Fla. sills
    II L'"-.'7 !J 4-11
    .
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4011
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    I'lL MORRIS VAMSIION
    11.. .-as. d
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Againsl Bald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which yog may ban- againsl thi .--
    tat- i.f nit MORRIS YA.mshoN de-
    ceased late "f Dnde County, Florida,
    to' the County Ju'lK-s of Had. Coun-
    ty, and file th.- same in duplicate
    ami as provided in Section 733.16,
    Flor'a Statutes, in their offices in
    the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within si\ calendar ni' iths
    from the first publication hereof, or
    the same \\ill be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this :4th
    da) of November, A D, 1970.
    HANIF.l, YAMSHON
    As Administrator
    Cum Test amen to Annexo
    First publication of this notice on
    the :7th day of November, 1670.
    BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
    Attorneys for Administrator
    Cum Testamento Annex.1
    1M7J N.K 163rd Sir.ei
    North Miami Beach, Fla
    11 '27 l/-4-'l-1S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
    ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious names
    j BERT FEINBERH, D.P.M. at luxu
    . Meridian Ave .Miami Beach, Fla.
    intends to register said names inth
    j ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    1 ounty, Florida.
    HERBERT FEINBERG, H P M I' A
    SAMUEL BTEEN
    , Attorney for applicant
    P.O. Box 1914
    Coral (lablea, Ha. ;wn
    II '13-20-27 12/4
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 62404-A
    IN" RE: Estate "f
    PAUL C. VOLTZ
    Deceased.
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE hereby given lhat 1 have
    filed my Final Report and Petition
    for Dlatributlon and Final Discharge
    as Administratrix of 'he .state of
    RAUL >" VOLTZ, deceased and thai
    mi tin- 171I1 day of December, 1970,
    will apply !.. the Honorable Count)
    Judges of Hade County, Florida, for
    approval Of said Final Report and
    for distribution and final discharge
    as- Administratrix of the estate of
    the above-named d.......lent. Thi.- 5th
    dav ot November. 1970,
    DORIS .\l V
    Adminlstrj
    SAMUE1 BTEEN and
    K HECKERI INC.
    By SAMUEL BTEEN
    Attorney
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \i i'I'I' 'K is HEREBY lllVEN il il
    the undersigned, desiring to enga^
    in business under Ihe fictitious nai
    of ORTSAC ENTERPRISES at P.i
    Uox 4:. Bhenandonh Stal Minn
    Pis 83143 intends to register sa
    name with the 'lei-k ..i the Cu*ci
    1 o,n 1 01 1 lad.- 1 'ouniy, Florida
    RAIMUNDO MARTINEZ dc CASTR
    1 I J"-J7 12 I-
    OLTZ.
    llrlx
    PIIIMP
    'lN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE }'. ''. JniilE.* .,-, -",,'14
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, "riu '''''s- tt ",,/jo.jj |2 ,.||
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4235
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    ' RE: Batata of
    1 rIBLMA ZITUEKN,
    1 Innnssert
    I To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    i''K (Tlnlms or Demands Against Said
    I Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    0 prosenl any claims and demands
    ihlcJi you may have against the .s-
    of TIIBIJHA ZITREHN, deceas-
    d late of Dade County. Florida, to
    Ihe County Judges of Dade County,
    I'ld file the same in duplicate and as
    "vided 111 Section 713.16, Florida
    [ mites, in their offices In the Coun-
    Osurthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    . within six calendar months from
    ' time of the first publication here-
    I. or the Fame will be barred.
    Jl>ntod at Miami. Florida, this 24th
    fli> of November. A.D. IfTO
    JACK VVEISill.ASS
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    27th dav of November. 1970.
    , "*, HAY'S A ORCNDWERO
    L'Moses J. tlrundwerg
    """ ey- for ifatecutor
    [ SUnslcy Building
    Florida 3J132
    11/27 12/4-11-18
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-21436
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HETTY BLACKMAN,
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    CHARLES ltl.ACKMAN.
    Defendant.
    TO: Mr. Charles Itl.i.knian
    c/o Albert Ell.in
    P.O. Box 117 Montesuma
    Route No. 1
    1-as Vegas, New Mexico
    You. CHARLES ltl.ACKMAN. are
    h.i.i.y notified ihnt a iiiii of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the Complaint on the Plaln-
    tiff's attorney. DAVID DRUCKER,
    ESQ. at 106 Lincoln Road. Suite No.
    20ii, Miami Itearh. Florida iind file
    the original Answer or Pleading in
    the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before lln- .".1st day of
    in.ember. 1970. If you fall to do so,
    judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    In the Bill Of Complain!
    This notice shall be published once
    a.h week for four consecutive week*
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDTAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Florida, this 24 day of Nov. nib. 1.
    AD. 1970.
    E It LEATHERMAN, Cleric,
    Circuit Conn. Dade County, Florida
    Ity: C. I inoitniilll
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    DAVID DRUCKER, EN
    605 Lincoln RoadSuite 206
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    11/27 12/-4-11-18
    N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA.
    Case No. 70-20667
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    JOSE MANUEL ALVAREZ and
    MARIA A. ALVAREZ, bis wife,
    Plaintiffs,
    vs
    ENRIQUE ESTRADA and
    EVANOELINA ESTRADA,
    ! bis wife.
    I ion ndanls
    To. EMtHjli: ESTRADA and
    EVANtiEI.LNA ESTRADA,
    his v. if.
    314-kth Street
    Union City, New Jersey
    Yof' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action to foreclose a mort-
    gage encumbering the following de-
    scribed real properly:
    'Lot 164 of JOHN A. CAMP-
    BELL'S LITTLE FARMS, accord-
    ing to the Plat thereof. .,.- record-
    I d ill Plat Hook 4... at Page 11,
    of the Public Records of Dade
    County. Florida."
    Las been filed against you and you
    are required to serve a oopy of you.-
    written defenses, if any, to it" on
    RICHARD W. LYONS & ASSOCIAT-
    ES. P, A., attorneys for plaintiffs,
    whose address is 1210 N.W. 7th
    Street, Miami. Florida, and file ihe
    original with the Clerk of the above I
    ivied court on or before December 1
    21, 1970, otherwise a juugm.m may
    be entered against you for the re-
    lief demanded! in the Complaint or
    petition.
    This Notice shall be published
    one each week for four consecutive
    Weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said Court at Miami. Florida, on this
    l'Jth day of November, 1970.
    K I! I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
    Bj : c p, COPBLAND
    As Heplltv Clerk
    (I 'ill till I 'our! Seal!
    RICHARD W LYONS &
    ASS' ii'IATES. P \
    1210 N.W. 7th Street
    Miami. Florida 88125
    Attorneys for Plaintiffs
    11 20-27 12 4-M
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    th,- undersigned, desiring to 1 ngajfi
    111 business under Ihe fictitious num.
    .d jack A DAVIS, M D. at 7i:" Red
    Road, coral Gables, Fla. Intends o
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    JACK A DAVIS, M D P A
    BPARBER, /.EMEU UOSKIN AND
    HEILBRONNER P.A.
    Attorneys for applicant
    Iimi N lllscayne lloulevurd
    Miami. Fla 33132
    11/20-27 12,4-11 I
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PrtOBATE
    No. 70-3872
    GEORGE T. CL i In RE: Estate of
    MARIE FUENTES
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREOITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
    nig Claims or Demand- Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present a.iv claims and
    demands which you may have agamst
    tl.....state of MARIE Fi'lJNTES de-
    reased late of Hade County, Florida.
    to the Count> Judges .1 P..dc County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided In Section 7'.:t l. Florida
    Statutes. In tlH'it office- in the County
    Courthous.- In Hade .'oui.iy. Florida,
    within six caleiidai months from the
    lime of the first puldirat'nrn hereof,
    or the same wll be barrel
    Hated at Miami. Fiorina, tins l"t1-
    das "f o.-tob.T. a D l"7fi
    FRED It BRCHENHKCKBR,
    Ex. cun r
    As F.x cutor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 6th dav of Nov.mi', r, 1970.
    SIMONS. SIMONS A BiMONS
    Attorneys for Executor
    1025 Coral Wax. Miami !H
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
    File No. 70 A 1405
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tint
    CAPE svitl.E CORPORATION hold-
    er of City "f c.nal Oablea \\ late Lien
    Certificate No. 167 issued Ihe 26th dav
    of May A.D, 1968, has filed same in
    my "f'fi,-, and has mad.- application
    for a tax deed to he Issued thcr.....1
    Said Certificate embraces the follow-
    ing described property In the County
    of Hade. State of Florida, to-wit:
    loi :, Block '.'-M. MacFi-lane
    Homestead Plat. Plal Hook ..
    Hag.. Rl iii the City of Coral Gabli a
    County of Dade. stale of Florida
    This deed will ha iBSUed subject to
    all other outstanding delinquent Coun-
    ty taxes and 1970 County Taxes and
    City of Coral Cables lax. s and l.i.i.s.
    The assessmi nl ol said properly
    under the said certificate was In the
    name of: UNKNOWN
    1 -ni. -s said certificate shall be re?
    le. mid .1......'ling '" law. tb. proper-
    ly described herein will I"' sold to
    the highest bidder for cash nl the
    Courthouse door 01 the flrsl Monday
    in ihe month of December, 1970, which
    la the 7m dav ol December, 1970.
    Haled this 10th diry of October,
    1970
    E 1! LEATHHRMAJJ, Clerk
    of Circuit Curt. Daile County, Florida
    By: W. KMITTO
    Dcput> Clerk
    Circuit Court Seal
    k. 11,6-13-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Ni 'II' 'E IS HEREBY UIVBN 11
    th. undersigned, desiring lo ,-^.'-
    in business undct the flotltiou* nan
    ot IBM LEATHER HOODS, INC.
    s-.". Lincoln Rd Miami Bench. Fl
    Intends to register said nnme Mi
    Hi.- Clerk oi the 'ircuit Com 1
    I I lade 'ounty, Florida
    S K S I'.LVSK. INC.
    RICHARD KKi" IP
    au.rne\ for applicant
    IL" Lincoln Rd BultC SIO
    .Miami I'., ach, Fla 11119
    11 20-27 12 l-l
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 70-3169
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In Li: Estate of
    ALBERT I. BARBAKOFF
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons lla -
    ing chums or Demands Againsl s-
    Estate:
    You are h.r.by notified and 1
    quired to present any claim-- and <
    in.inds winch you max have agalr
    Hi. Male "l AIJtERT I BARB '
    KOFI-' deceased laie of Hade Count
    Florida, to the County Judges
    Dade County, and file the same
    duplicate and a> provided In BeCti'
    711.16, Florida Statutes, in their ..
    flees in the County Courthouse
    Hade County. Florida, within six ...
    endar months from the time of t>-
    first publication hereof, or the sarr
    will he barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida this li
    day of November. A.D 1970
    LENA BARBAKOFF
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice
    the 30th dav of November. 1970.
    ROBERT GOLDEN
    Attorney for Executrix
    713 Olympla Bldg., Miami. Fla.
    11 20-27 12 1 '
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
    COURT IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-4018
    In RE: Estate of
    AKTIini 1: BOAZMAN,
    1 leccased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Person. II..
    ing claims or Demands Agalnsl S
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified :i^\i 1
    nuiied io present :mv claims ur
    demands which you may have mtnn-
    ' the .state of ARTHUR B IIOAZMA:
    .|..ea-'d I.lie of Had. County. Flo-
    rida, lo the County Judges "1 Dad
    County, and file the same in dnpl
    rate and as provided in Section 7"a\i
    Florida Statutes, in tin ir offR
    the County Courthouse 111 Hade Cou-
    ty, Florida, within six alendar montl
    from tin- tune ol the flrsl publlcatl'
    hereof, or Ihe same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this
    dav of November a D. I9i0
    LUCILLE BOYETTE IK>AZMAN
    , 0 (CRT WELLI8CII, Atlir.icy
    ; 'Imerln Vvcnue
    Cm ,,l 1 lables. Florida 131 I
    .\s Executrix
    First publication of this notice
    it., i.'h .\.\ of Nov. iiil'ct. I97e.
    KURT \\ i:i.l ISCH
    Ait..rn. \ for Estate of
    ARTHUR H. NOAi^XUN
    Ifi7 Almerla Avenue BWnll la
    Florida ,:::i34
    II 6-13-20 :'
    ___


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    NOTICE UNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEKEIO iHVEN Ih
    the undersigned, desiring lo engng
    n> business under the u -i II lnu nan
    of MISTY BAOS AND IMU'TRJUl
    at 7I".7 Coiims A\e. Miami Bencl
    |-]a ::.:i41 Intends t" rejIsli r -.
    name With the 1 lorl. .1 111. I'.nu
    Court of Dade County. Florida.
    T M. E. ItoLTH" 1: INC.
    President: Tkeip-.a E-ixkr
    LEON A EPSTEIN, V..''.'
    Attorney 'or applicant
    <^c Lincoln Rd.
    Miami Beach, Fla a3.J:'
    |l/( 11-10-21


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