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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 4, 1970

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:02183

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
43 Number 49
Miami, Florida Friday, December 4, 1970
Two Sections Price 20 c
!abinet Okays
Dayan's Visit

LLEM (JTA) The
officially approved
|inister Moshe Dayan's
United Slates next
) Vill meet with Nixon
(tion officials in Wash-
Jewish Telegraphic
learned that a meet-
resident Nixon is not
jt has been left open
being.
have already been
vith Defense Seciv-
Laird. Secretary of
jm P. Rogers, Assis-
jry of State for Near
fairs Joseph J. Sisco
^nry Kissinger, Pres-
I's chief advisor on
feurity affairs.
pieli !a\v. every gov-
jlnister's trip abroad
Cabinet approval.
Jh communique stated
Minister AMm Eban
reviewed political affairs. Chief
Of Staff Maim Bar Lev briefed
the ministers on the security
situation and t'.S.-Israeli rela-
tions were discussed by Ambas-
sador Vit/hal- Rabin who return-
ed from Washington for consulta-
tions last week.
The reports of Gen. Dayan's
forthcoming high level meetings
in Washington indicated a change
of mind by the government on
his activities while in the United
States. Previous rumors that he
would hold high level talks in
Washington had been denied by
Foreign Ministry spokesmen. Pre-
mier Golda Meir, however, told
B meeting of Israeli editors last
week that she thought it would
be very desirab'e for the De-
fense Minister to meet with
American Administration offici-
als, but she did not say which
Con't. on Page ISA
m Intercession Could
'Counter-Productive'
rON (JTAl The
nent has declare I
|trong concern" for
of So\ lei J< 'v a
itgrate to Israel.
lopon Intercession
is: Icred "m >i ely
kg m la" and thus
Iductive.
lien brand, Assis-
for Eui i;m an Al -
[let ter t>> Spj m ur
inal ch irman of
'i i L
that the United
tii. te I i mak < nu-
representations
fhl of emi-
ir rec i rnH ion of
kos,. denied it."
d had sought
i's lid in effect-
ftioi for six So-
ld signed a pett-
Neir problems in
Isr tel.
Mr, Hillenbrand wrote thai
the United St,,t >s !,, I >en try-
ing to convince the U.S.S Ft. thai
"unfeeling disregard for the bas-
te human rights of persons seek-
ing to emigr ite stirs needl s
athy in pui lie op'nion
abroad and he p ilitical
liability ill-befittiti |c >. -

But, hi cautioi e I, the Unil I
States mtisl "chi >se very cat -
fully i); fot um on w hich to
p ihe right to emigr ite,
t to | 'i ;
- .....lew -n i ; i [i
in a ited i 'velopment, Al-
bei t Schlossl erg, nal ional c >m-
mander of the Jew ish W i V I
iT.n.s. met with Presidenl N x
and later told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, "Mr. Nixon
shared our concern (aboul So-
viel Jewry I, and concurred in
his "greal alarm" over the situa-
tion.
irl Third Overflight
Bred On I nconfirmed
(JTAi Offi-
neither confirm
rss report that
craft artillery
fc-fire on Soviet-
Sukhoi-7 plant s
r-fiew isi .H li po-
aithern sector of
last week.
said to have oc-
the third such
21 hour pi rlod,
first time Is-
in the Canal
cease-fire began.
inder strict orders
Miiciai permission
even if they are
niisi be confirmed
[actual enemy ac-
just stray bullets.
evening news-
Id that Premier
nsulted with Cab-
inet ministers and senior offi-
cials regarding the possibility
that the Egyptian overflights
v.i re a deliberate provocalion
instigated by the Soviets and
designed to g< t Israel to fire
I'll St.
King Hussein To Meet
With President Nixon
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
Jordanian Embassy spoki sman
has confirmed thai King Hus-
sein will lx- in Washington from
Dee. 8-10 and that he will meet
with President Nixon at the
White House.
George Shamma, the press
attache, said the purpose of the
King's visit was to seek Ameri-
can support for Israeli with-
drawal from the Arab territories
conquered in 1967.
'Lend Lease'
Program Is
Proposed
NEW YORK (JTAi \V. Av-
erell Harriman, former ambas-
sador to the Soviet Union and to
Britain, and most recently chief
American negotiator al the Paris
peace talks, proposed last week
that the United States initiate
a "carefully limited" lend-le ise
program for Israel.
In an essay in the New York
Times, the 79-year-old diplomat
wrote that the great advantage
of lend-lease is that under it
"the Arab nations could be as-
sured that after peace had been
achieved, major items of sophis-
ticated military equipment would
not be kept by Israel hut would
be returned to the United
States."
He recalled that President
Roosevelt made such a proposal
"to get away from the dollar
sign" while providing arms to
nations whose survival he want-
ed to support.
Roosevelt did tbat through the
loaning of military equipment on
the basis that when it was no
longer needed the unexpended
l"i-t would be returned to the
United states, Air. Harriman
M rote.
"We must rec ignize thai m my
At tbs have a real although un-
i ic, fear, basi 1 in part on
misinformation on what brought
on the June 1937 war, thai Israel
is an impel ialisl c state benl on
i i i riding her p sition. The
led ;e thai in the evenl of
Israel would relinquish
much ol >' iphi icated a to i-
menl c nil I t> e as in incen-
tive fo 11 :: -
uoti.it' ." hi ;


Jarring Talks
In Two Weeks?
Abraham Joshua Hoschel, one
of the foremost Jewish scholars
of our times, will receive B'nai
B'rith's 1971 Jewish Heritage
Award for "excellence in Jew-
ish literature." Author of many
major works on Jewish history,
philosophy, mysticism and re-
ligion, including the widely-ac-
claimed "Man Is Not Alone"
and "God in Search of Man,"
Dr. Heschel will be given the
SI,000 literary prize at B'nai
B'rith's Adult Jewish Education
commission meeting. Feb. 21, in
New York.
JERUSALEM UTA lIsrael
i- expected to return to the Jarr-
ing talks some time in mid-De-
cember, but in the meantime it
is trying to persuade the United
States to put its pledges of mili-
tary and economic aid into writ-
ing in what would amount to a
U.S.-Israel defense treaty, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learned this week from reliable
sources.
The United States is report-
edly hesitant about making a
written commitment. Washing-
ton is said to believe that the
large scale military and econom-
ic aid already given or promised
to Israel, combined with Ameri-
can assurances to act against
further Soviet involvement in
the Mideast conflict, have cre-
ated the proper conditions for
reactivating the Jarring talks.
Some government circles here
seem to agree with the United
States. They note that even writ-
ten agreements can be broken,
anil cite the case of France.
which still embargoes ->0 Mirage
jets that Israel lid for in full
two years ago. These circles ar-
gue that any American pledge,
written or verbal, depends on
the Administration's god will,
and therefore one is as goo.l
as the other.
Israel's return to the Jarring
inks next month seems fairly
certain, for the government
wants to avoid being branded a
"hold-out." and it runs that risk
if the talks are not resumed be-
fore Jan. ii, when United Na-
tions Secretary General U Thant
is obliged to report to the Se-
curity Council on the progress
of Mideast peace negotiations.
The United States is known
to be cool tow aid any plan that
might result in the re-opening
of the Suez Canal in the near
future. Once the waterway is
usable again, the powerful So-
viet navy would have easy ac-
cess to the Indian Ocean and
the Far E ist.
rimetable For Withdrawal
Is Extension Prerequisite
CAIRO Egypt's President
Anwar Sadat, in a speech made
to Egyptian troops stationed on
S ii i'anal eaily this week,
mi d that an Israeli time-
fi r withdrawal from oc-
cupied territory must beset be-
fore Egypt will agree to another
i :ti nsion of the Mideast ceasi -
:. e,
1 ian officials ;
Jets Collide
On Runway; 2
Dead, 2 Hurt
T I-i L A V I V A five-
man commission was appointed
to determine the cause of Mon-
day's early-morning collision be-
twi'. n two ji ts on the runway of
Lydda Airport which left two
israi ii ground workers dead and
two injured. Air Force Coni-
di r Dan Tolkowsky was
named to head the inquiry.
The collision of a TWA 707
cargo jet with an Israc Ii Air
Force Stratocruiser being towed
by a tractor on the runway, de-
stroyed both jets and forced a
nine-hour shutdown of the air-
port.
The driver of the tractor tow-
ing the Air Force jet, and a
ground crewman in its cockpit
were killed when the cargo
plane, streaking down the run-
Way for takeoff in the darkni ss,
was unable to avoid brushing its
wing. The resulting explosions
engulfed both plants in flames
in a matter of seconds.
TWA officials estimated the
loss of plane and cargo at some
$3 million. Its cargo included
Irish vegetables for European
markets and nylon stockings.
had said they would ace
other r\l, nsli in i! protj r< ss was
made by the l.\. mediator, Dr.
Gunnar V. Jarring. Ob* rs
sai i Sadat's si iti men! India
a hardening of the E
Ion, and may have
caused by Egypt's I. ar thai 1s-
i ai l ould i. sume c ntacl w il h
Dr. Jarring just before the i \
Hi n of i he can enl c
fire in order to force am
extensi
S lal told the troops. "We
will never withdraw a sli
missile from the front. We will
n. ver give up one inch of ter-
i itory in any circumstanei s and
regardless of any promises .
"We will never accept Israi I's
Obvious maneuvers about hold-
ing contacts with Jarring." he
said. "We will never accept that
and y.ai will have to be pre-
pared for battle We are
going to lace a battle of des-
tiny once the ceasefire expires,"
the Egyptian presidt nt warned.
Pakistan Officials
He fuse Israel Aid
l EL AVIV (JTAl Car-
ti Its of drugs and food for
the victims of floods that
devastated parts of Colom-
bia were shlppi d bj air- Ias1
wet k. The aid w as pro\ ided
in the Mogen David Adorn,
Isi a, I's R hi i': oss Agency.
A shipment of medicines
and first aid for Pakistani
victims was being prepared
by the Mogen David Adorn
when the International Red
Cross notified them that the
Pakistani authorities were
refusing any help from Is-
rael.


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Friday. December 4.
GAC President
Named For Award
s "i ;'.i-1 Wills, chairman of
toard and president of GAC
has been n uned for
i. R w,'\ ?lt-Israel Hu-
umities Award, 11 lias been an-
il) > Moshe '
i len kl .:' Israel, and Ro-
i" I. s eg I, ehaii roan of the
t c n ". .' >t the Israel
Oi 5 mizatton.
Tho Aua ii will i>< conferred
on Mr. Wi is at the annual Am-
ussador'j Ball. Saturday evening,
"Vc. 10. iii t*ie Grand Ballroom uf
:".ml..iiu bleau Hotel.
The announcement, which not-
.1 that Mi. Wills will be cited as
a humanitar: m with a universal
inc his I o\\ m n and a
:':- v:it and a gl w-
jo said: "S Hayward
. hel I
bj l-will of all
iths I for him a
...
rtal Eleanor
Pre. i i pients of the A
Court Justice
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ho was edit the M i N
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100, Mr W lls ii ti< nu-
merous business, community and
nthropic services. He was
lent of General Ac-
ceptance C Hob n 1964 and
a : the b rd in
When Gencn 1 Acceptance Cor-
poratten was dbrtvertea to n hold-
ing company in July of 1968, he
a. .- named chairman of the board
i-d pr of GAC Corporation.
The firm recently announced the
purchase of 6>J miUion in Israel
Bond*, the largest such purchase
in the 20-year history of the
Irive.
Follow inn service as an office*
in the VS. Army during World
War II. Mr. Wills was graduated
from Syracuse University with a
mics. He and his
wife, : r I Ua Gantt ol Cin-
cinnati 0 nts o
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SPONSORED BY NER TAMID
$1 Million In Bonds
Purchased At Dinner
Mi mbers of Temple Ner Tamid
purchased Sl.OOO.ooo in Israel
il the coi 'in's annual
Lui.m o( StaXe Sunday
at the Fontainehle 111 Hotel,
inding to an appeal hy Dr.
ne Labovitz, spiritual Kadi rot'
the Congregation, and an address
by His Excellency, Shlomo Argov,
Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary to
the L'nited States.
Israel's Fmissary also conferred
the State of Israel Shalom Award
upon Mr. and Mrs. William I. Na-
than, in recognition of their life-
long distinguished service to Is-
rael. Mr. Nathan, who was lauded
by Mr. Argov as one of those early
supporters of Israel's struggle for
independence who were looked
u|>on by Israel as founders of the
State, was a member of the Sonne-
born Group of leading American
businessmen who helped Israel
obtain arms and other supplies
.luring the War of Independence.
Pinner chairman was Murray
Shaw; the program participants in-
cluded Temple Ner Tamid's presi-
Jitcqiies Torczyner
Is ZOA's Speaker
Jacques Torczyner, immediate
I ;ist national president of the Zi-
t Organization of America,
and one of the nation's outstand-
ing authorities on the Middle Past,
was to be the guest speaker at
Thursday evening's o|>cn meeting
of the Miami Beach District of
the ZOA in the Fontainebleau
Until, Kzra Finegold, program
chairman, has announced.
The installation of new officers
and board by national vice presi-
dent Sidney Raymond, installing
efficer, and the premiere showing
nl the color film "We Hear You,"
an Israeli movie featuring Premier
('n.lda Meir, Foreign Minister Abba
Khan and Defense Minister Moshe
Pnyan are also on the evening's
Bgi nda. Taking the oath of office
us president will be Judge Nelan
Su.et of Miami Beach.
Mr. Torczyner, a member of the
pr sjilium of the World Zionist
Actions Committee and founder of
tin' World Confederation of Gen-
era! Zionists, is on the national
l ard o! the State of Israel Bond
campaign and of the United Jew-
ish Appeal. He was to discuss the
topic: "The U.S. Policy in the
Middle East."
Shaw: Mrs. Sol
ni. Cantor
and Mrs. Louis
dent, Herm in
Frankel, Dal <
1 Iward KK\n
i l.'uilen.
The Menorah of Statehood cere-
mony was c induct d by Dr. Labo-
vitz with Mr. and Mrs. David
Krause as Torch Bearers and Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Frankel as holders of
the Pilot Light.
Candielighters included Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Resnick, Mr. and Mrs.
Isldor Deemar, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Pig, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rue, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Wexler, Mrs. Anna
Corrsin, Mr. Joseph Zcman, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Forer. Mrs.
Helen Chomet, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lieherman, Col. and Mrs. William
J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Widman,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman,
; Mr, and Mrs. Max Raskin. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Shaw, Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Prank Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs Mor-
ris Aronow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Goldman and Mr, and Mrs. Joseph
Albert.
Gale Hovey Is Club's
Breakfast Speaker
:
I 1 Mi n's Club 1
the Morton Towers Restaurant
. Emanuel .Mint/.
di in. will turn the mil rophoi
over to Gale K. Ho>
speal 1:30,
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Shlomo Argov, Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary to the
United States (left), and Dr. Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Ner Tamid (right), join in the presentation of the
State of Israel Shalom Award to Mr. and Mrs. William I.
Nathan at the Temple's annual dinner on behalf of Israel
Bonds last Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel where
members of the congregation purchased SI million in Israel
Bonds. Presiding over the program were Herman Shaw,
president, and Murry Shaw, dinner chairman.
Rabbi Caplan Elected
Rabbi Jonah R. Caplan of Sky
Lake Synagogue, North Mian-
Beach, was elected Regional vie
president for the Southeaster!
United States at the annual con-
vention of the Rabbinic Alumni ot
Yeshiva University in Monsev
N.Y., recently. His duties will in-
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Fridav, December 4, 1970
Number 49
6 KISLEV 5731
Bill Extends Credit, Not A Grant
The bill before Congress which would grant Israel
5500 million in funds to make military purchases should
be understood for what it is the extension of credit and
not a grant. It is, of course, an important breakthrough in
American policy, but it is by no means a gift. Nor, as is
well known, has the retail cost of these arms been in any
way reduced.
One of America's most distinguished diplomats of our
generation, W. Averell Harriman, recently made a strong
point is arguing for a lend-lease program of military equip-
ment for Israel. In an article in the New York Times, Harri-
man pointed out that every nation threatened by Commun-
ist or Communist-supplied arms has at some time received
American Military grant assistance; even such Arab coun-
tries as Jordan and Iraq have been given not sold
American arms. In other words, Israel is virtually unique
in having had to contract to pay for all arms she has re-
ceived from the United States.
The crushing burden that Israel has assumed in pro-
viding for its defense could very well accomplish what the
Arab nations cannot do on the battlefield. The Harriman
plan must be given serious consideration by our foreign
policy experts. It is not only fair to Israel but brings bal-
ance to our Middle East program for peace.
Young People Are Unaware
In the opinion of Cardinal Heenan, Britain's leading
Roman Catholic, the greatest shock given to mankind in
modern times was not the bomb on Hiroshima but the
persecution of the Jews in Nazi Germany. That put an end
to belief in the myth of human progress. Young people
should be made aware what was done by twentieth cen-
tury man in the name of nationalism the Cardinal feels.
His recommendation is that it would be educationally
good to show films of Belsen to young people every year
because the full horror of the Holocaust is scarcely known
to those under 40. Many Jewish educators agree with this
point of view. But their efforts to provide religious school
children with the story have often met resistance from
Jewish parents in this country.
A Fitting Tribute
Last week's salute to Anna Brenner Meyers at the
annual dinner of the Bureau of Jewish Education was a
fitting tribute to a qracious lady who has played a major
role in educational development. A number of the Dade
County School Board for the past 17 years, during which
time her enlightened views have helped make the local
school system an outstanding one, she has also devoted
her time to many Jewish causes, not the least of which has
been Jewish education. She has received many honors
from the community in the past and it is our hope that she
v/ill continue to serve in the future.
Awards Are Gratifying
Public relations being the heart of successful commun-
ity campaigns, it is gratifying to note that Greater Miami's
Jewish Federation's efforts in that area have received na-
tional recognition. A record number of awards four in
all were presented at the recent General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, in-
cluding bsst-on-show.
Another award that brings great satisfaction is the
Hebrew University Fellowship baing conferred upon Dr.
Leon Krcnish, whose efforts in behalf of all Jewish causes
nre well known in Israel as well as throughout the United
States. He is the first in this area to be so honored.
Comment
On a one-wi ek UJA mini-
sion to Israel the
installation!
- .::- 'ill- ]< Ople
sole:.'
,: ihi landscap
:- flesh and : ''' -
i .!-, '.! ; t i
I real ">.
But il was the people Isi
that left the
th Jl W S I t:\:\
with from New York
ugh Israel during thi-
week adventure :n commitment:
: and her fellow vol-
unte rs on Kibbutz Shamerat;
tho GI's I picked up driving from
Tel Aviv to Acre: a cousin in
Ramat Gan whom I had never
seen before; being kissed good-
bye at Lod Airport by Cynthia
Greene.
I AM WELL aware of what
Israelthe landmeans to tho
Jewish people. It is possible in
oven a short trip to cover much
of it. to view the sites which
make the Bible come alive, to
si the modern miracles that
blood, brains, sweat and tears
have created from former deso-
lation.
Even in the Sinai desert, on
the way to a unique inspection
of military fortifications on the
east bank of the Suez Canal, one
can see what Jewish dedication
has accomplished. It is the land
of our beginning and has had a
maenet-like attraction for th-v--
sands of years but, to nv\ the
land is not the strongest tie.
During World War II, I went
the Old Citj Mar-
I
Jews '
v. h 'I* ,.<.io*
streets 1 "I"'11 '" '
; A-mian
But
I kn they mv
1
but It wa it
th i the "'" is
ke of
Hit'.i I mine "' '
ISRAEL is that kind of n -
unioi A-:h -'i I
-'."00
ye rs. In Kiryat Shmon -h,
strug nmunity establish-
nite families on the
Lei nose border, one moots an
exotic grOUp of North Africans
and Asian who live under the
most difficult economic and se-
curity conditions.
The lovely Chinese girl who
reports on the poor level of edu-
cation in the town ard the sur-
rounding dark-skinned officials
remind you of the story of th"
American visitor to the Jewish
community of Coch'n Chin i who
w-s t-'d. with some incredulity:
"You don't lo->k Jewish."
On the kibbutz who-o mv
da''."hter has Iven s:nre the end
f Ju T m<- >-itin from South Africa, England,
Brazil, Anrentfna, H'>iand and
Switze-land. On TV/engoff I
was approached hv 'w> hippie
hit|ers fro ?" Sf'^s. j*H
at tho Dan Hotel I spoke with
by EDWARD COHtN
e ai I
Miami.
Cynthl

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the m ith i! 'I
Mltz
:
toui Is
wai I
'1 he
I
thi
I had .ih V
the Miami Be ich
bioad -i. r ho I
1 ,\ evening
[srai over WIOD .
al the T A\ iv H I
sii .'-' '! he mi ex-Miamian Dr. Dani
he replied that they
ing Hebrew together .
pan program.
I had an afternoon : lenisa-
lem with Gerald Set who,
with Rabbi I .eon Kroi i
Ronald, is spending i ,- in
study at the Hebrew I (',,!.
lege's rabbinical sen:::
I SHOULD have real i I what
I was in for when I irrived
early at the El Al terrr nal In
New York and found t mt a'l
the favored seats air Ij hail
been taken. At my ov
of surprise, th young
charge retorted: "Did \ think
you were the only Je n the
flight?"
There were some 150 if m
from across the nation :. \\ an 11-hour flight I
Con't on Page 13 \
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
ABOARD U.S.S. SPRING-
FIELDIf the United States
intends to allow the Mediter-
ranean to become a Soviet lake,
it is President Nixon's plain duty
to send word to Prime Minister
Golda Meir that the time has
come to lead her Israeli people
into the sea. And if we go on as
we have been going, that time
will come soon.
What you learn when you ask
questions on this command-ship
of our Sixth Fleet can in truth
only be described as downright
hair-raising. Consider, first the
plain figures.
TO BEGIN with, tho Sixth
now comprises 38 vessels of all
classes all but nine dating from
World War II organized around
two aircraft carriers. And it has
only throe submarines, of which
only one, Tullibec, is nuclear and
fully modern.
The Soviet Mediterranean
fleet, in contrast, has on station
at the moment no less than 62
vessels of all classes, every one
Of the most modern type, with
two guided missile cruisers and
two guided missile destroyers as
its main offensive surface ships.
In addition, Vice Adm. V. N. Le-
onenkov's force currently in-
cludes no less than 14 su
ines. of which at least t .
perhaps three are nuclear.
The disproportion of :
being is, therefore, very substan-
tial. But it is only the beginning
of the sorry story. Locating sub-
marines in the Msditen
is inordinately difficult foi r
ous technical reasons"Like try-
ing to spot a nickel at tin bot-
tom of a big bowl of pea
to quote the Sixth Flee'
mander. Rear Adm. I. C. KfcH.
Ml CH OF Sixth Fleet's anti-
submarine-warfare equipment is
either obsolescent or duu !"
obsolete. It is simply not
enough to keep track of i '
submarines that the S. '-
regularly have on station In the
Mediterranean, not to nv
the 14 that are now on si
If there is ever trouble th
could be a fatal weeklies
The now Soviet ships
helicopter-carrier Moskv
while bristle with the mosl
ern equipment for an'
Ine-warfare. With a far
problem Adm. Leonenko
mure effective means t i
in short.
THESE ARK the c
i'"lv f ft thai have C
Sixt'i Fie t almost I i
the Eastern basin of I
t' rranean. (Sijly in the I
od of the Jordanian
President Nixon's order
Sixth Fleet (>i.....ated in
in the Eastern Meditei
the > t iv o y am
Today, in fact, this
cial part if the M I I
Is already norm illy '
\e-v close to being b S
I>-<> "v. des''
of the Middle E itei i
i' s naval i
matters most and is i
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they're available only for the big building
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Our established savings depositors have a
right to expect first consideration for
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the purchase of a home. We think they are
entitled to a "two-way" street. After all,
without their accumulated savings, we
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And, another thing, we feel mortgage interest
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resisted the upward trend every possible
way. Today, we believe our prime rate en
single family homes is about the lowest
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As
Mix Lerner
Sees It
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r the- 1
;
" f an ii
the FBI
I nly of H fa
rnmerit wi
-)'. mmer h
pro-Ho am I
ng of the
Clark li of that title a

wiiai i HAVE in mim> if bow. in a '-
atktn" be-
by il ent natun it I furtive and burk d and may
nedat 1 the naU
P)',i> to deny c ... to thoie whose rights the law pro-
ret revolutionary org i tiom com-
So do planm of public
, like the Kennedy'i or Dr. King. So do those who seek
U> um U rrorism In or outside the inner cities, on or off the
to u hii i kk : dl ii iptkm.
Beyond hia concern with crime itself, Clark is clearly con-
I with ..- wrong we are in the methods we use on
iroblem aIUi wiretapping, pin control, the death pei
land I on each issu onatc,
i
Hoo that so h" n cluster of attitudes
country r to its ene nil Clark I that the
: ing bee hi- they are reprei
' i feel I don'l agn e bul I his adm
' hai ion ipon America.
Then you have the confrontation, not only of personalities
il .! racial philoi tphie And th- remarkable thin about it has,
l think, been largely mi i Both m<-n come from Heartland
Amci i i I both different aspects ol its values and life
'. i-v..
FEW TEEMS HAVE BHBM as mercilessly ?xplo'ted and
b used as "Middle America." For myself I prefer "Heartland
America" because I ovi rtonea have to do with traditional small-
i iwn Calvinist values that until recently have been Internalized
h the growing-up yean of generations ol young Americans. Bul
i e blundci In treating Heartland tor Middle) America as if it
011 a It '.' hewn monolith.
There U the Heartland ol G n '' ice's South and of
I igo Bl ick's oi Spira .v ni "white ethnics" and of Edmund
J i Met Ihj Cat .'il ug< ne MoC n I
. that both J. Edgar Ho nd Rnmsay ('i
: dil 'ys.
Texai Father To n Cl irk was a mid-
conservative ji Ige an I a i ood f ither
who stopped ofl the Supreme Court o that his in could become
pal. I hop I don't damn his book when I aaj it
. Puritan virtue high-mlndcdneu, the civic cul-
public dedication, the cult ol work and youth and educa-
i in, evenhanded commitment t<, both ord r and justice or
i Iher, to order through justice.
Throughout the book there is the almost religious sense thai
we must i.e saved, bul thai we cannot h- saved by anything from
V iihoul. only by OUT own character and life as witness and voca-
tion. This is the old American Calvinism, highly refined and
liberalized to meel the mood and needs of today. But still tho old
.strain is there.
TV
t( &
IIOOVKK'S IS A MOlti: primitive strain, with an equal sense
ol public dedication and an equal quasi-religious yearning to be
vod and la save America but mostly by reserving the church
tu the faithful and keeping out Intruders who brine; with them an
" ilien" philosophy ami by refraining from making even a "half-
v ay covenant" with them.
There yon have the two men and the two Strains of value,
i oh the minor Image of the Other. Can we possibly learn how to
i what i- strong and valid In each, and combine them, and
v t rid of what may either wishful or soft or brutal? one of
ii ese days who knows? i might summon the courage to re-
turn to ih it theme.
Martin Levinson
To \c Recipient1
Of Shalom Award


Humanitarian Award
To Three Benefactors
MAMIN LCVINSON
thei communal
ed at the
Il lei Dinr
St Ti oing Dec, 13.'
at the t' i il >teL
Mr. Levinson, who will be the
nt of the State of I
:-. Award, has been B
al and communal activities'
t Triton Towers and an active
member of the Board of Directors
rf it Mi n'i Club since its incep-
The dinner committei being
; N 1 Amdur and James
. \ chairmen; Morris
Bernard Radin and Ben-
jamin Weiner, chairmen, and Her-
man Flan-baum. William Herzen-
....." M : Kriegi vice
chairmen.
M S.Hai
-
rill be honored as 1

.-. .. includi

. ns to Mount
Mrs. 1 husband is
ng Co., has
possible tl tory
arch bu
bearing bei i which will b
the hospit-
it's n n '""'
sram. cum itl)
,. ....
niqui out-

ti ;
She ai
Mrs. Lila < Heatl ir,
also work as volunteers in the de-
partment, which ofl than
45 clinics to the medically indigent.
In, chaii n
: : M Lowenstein 8c Sot
il itl si
>f the
1957, has in
i h
Leon '
dene* "
The !' i .d- nt a Ball
a | ir in the tradit i
Mount Sin Jub e B
sic ol Ji rvy Marshall's
i' iuJ Paske is ch lit
.....
Includes Mrs. Lillian I)
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cowen, Mrs.
Dash, Joseph David.-on. Dr.
h. Mrs. Meyer Don
Pa il K.sk', Mrs. A. Hi rbert
Mi thes, Mr. ind Mrs. Edward Sh i
Mrs I. onard A Wein, an I
iMrs. Ruth Yablick.
The presentation ceremoni
the Hum initarians will be
panied by a minimum of i
making; there will be nu sollcita-
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will speak on "Jewish Youth Prob-
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morning session of li< >h Sholom's
Culture ind Conversation
program in the Temple Auditorium
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James S. Knopke, chairman of the
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The function is open to the general
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+Jmisti VkridUnun
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This Week In History
40 Years Ago This Week: 1930
Zionists welcomed Lord Pass-
field's apparent pullback from the
British White Paper's strictures
on Palestine immigration. Presi-
dent Hoover recommended a two-
year suspension of American im-
migration.
Catholic historian William
Thomas Walsh declared the Span-
ish Inquisition took "only 2.0C0"
lives.
Despite anti-Semitic exhorta-
tions by the Montreal mayor and
other officials, David Arnold
I Croll, 30, was elected Windsor's
i first Jewish mayor.
The USSR set a fere-year plan
for employment aid to 700,000
! Jews.
' Leon Chintsehuk. who had been
, barred from secondary school for
I being (Orthodox 1 Jewish and was
later arrested and sent to Siberia,
was named Soviet ambassador to
Germany.
Louis Llpsky, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
was hailed for 30 years of Zion-
! ist service.
New York's nine Yiddish the-
If you re rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
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friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way, there are no two ways about who should handle
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Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
ators closed when their 7r;o em-
ployees refused pay cuts.
Rabbi Edgar F. Hagnin, 40.
marked his 15th anniversary as
leader of Temple B'nai B'rith, Lea
Angeles.
The Communist German paner
Welt am Abend and National So-
cialist administrative changes por-
tended a Hitlerite putsch. .
10 Years Ago This Week: i!!i 1
Israeli President Ben-Zvi said
the Arab refugees should be con- i
sidered fair exchange for the Jews
who settled in [<] after expul-
sion from Arab lands.
Kol Israel Initiated broadcasts in
Swahili.
Abr ih im Ribic iff, named HEW
Secretary by President-elect Ken-
nedy, became the first Jewish Cab-
inet member In r> years.
Ex-Nazi ambassador Heinz
Beckerle was freed In Frankfurt
for "lack of evidence" he had or-
ganized the deportation of 11.002
Macedonian Jews. Dr. Herta Ober-
hauscr, sentenced at Nuremberg 1
to 20 years for Ravensbrueck ex-
periments, lost her medical li- j
cense.
Philip Slomovitz, 64, Russian-
born editor-publisher of the Jew- i
ish News of Detroit, marked his i
50th year as a U.S. citi/en by oh- i
serving "the genius of America 1
(is) in the freedom to act in ho-1
half of (myl follow Jews through
the Zionist ideal."
Zionist leader Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, 04. retired from the rabbi-
nate and public service after 42
years to settle in Israel.
JTA initiated the first trans-
oceanic radio news communica-
tions in Hebrew with a message |
from president Eleazar Lipsky to
Israeli Premier Bcn-Gurion.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee and the Anti-Defamation I
League urged the Supreme Court
i overturn Sunday-cl >sin laws.
Nathan Phillips, the first Jew-
ish mayor of Toronto, won a '
fourth two-year term.
Leon LVis presented the manu-
script of Hook IV 01 "Exodus" to-
President Truman.
i
Service Club Elects
Howard N. Pelzner has bsen
elected president of the Bayshore
Service Club, a philanthropic or-
ganizatii n which provides scholar-
ships for many needy and deserv-
ing students through its Education
Foundation. The club also elected
Harry Needelman vice president,
Bernard Fow. secretary, and Bob
Frank treasurer.
Ho|w School Benefit
Saturday evening's auction al
the Village Green Country Clul,
12101 SW 34th St.. will l>o spon-
sored by the Kay of Hop. Chaptl
for the benefit .>i the mentally
retarded children and young adult -
at Ho|H' School. The public is In-
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custom
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*Jcnlsti BmtiBMl
Friday, December 4. lgyg
Histadrut Campaign Is Off
To Best Start In History'
.
tl Cent
i
fund

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K i| "

Guilden Named By
Development Corp.
[ra Guildei :
.:. i banker, has
n lent of the De-
the X jn.
He i
test start in t
nual Hisl
F
I the g
: i
That
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M
. I the H --
-. i Service A* ar I
Presentation was
m lador Amir and
national
rd of the
'.rut Foun-
- who took part in the pro-
! Normal] J. Kasser.
ii idr Found 'ion co-chairman
for t. it; Moe Levin,
" division chairman;
Rifkin Busim n ind Prof a
in chairman: S im
'' rman of th.- hoard of
'he H Council: Jack S,
..:;nan of the His-
Mid-Winti r Confei i
'
' i t S.
II -
in I- a
pas) i. "As
I

Histadrut n ins
tion' i i
.- ; lands for a M
Isi (pro
igriculture I

T new m idical cenl r.
I enl i ind
with the Central 1 Hospil
will be an invaluabl aid to th
nedical college of the t'ni-
'h.- Neg? Am is I
Amir, the rankine consul gen r ;
of Israel in the United St
clared.
[si iel is prepared to r
peace talks "at a moment
reported, but the Arab continue to show bad faith bj
poated violations of th<' Aug. 6
enpzr. fir,.. |
Discussing success of this week's annual banquet of Isr
Histadrut Council of South Florida in the Fontainebk -
Hole! arc from left Frank Brickman, Israel Consul Gene-
Reh2vcr.i Amir, Ben Novack and Dr. Leon Kronish. I
Brickman received a special award from the Araeri
Israel Histadrut foundation for his role in arranging
S1.-000.000 bequesl to Israel charities by Mr. Ncvack. -
of the Fontaincbleau. Rabbi Kronish is national becra
mem of the Histadrut Foundation; Mr. Amir was p:i.
r.peaker at the function attended by mere than 600 con
munity leaders. ______________
71 Officers Elected
By United Synagogue
School Expanding
i at Ida M.
r Comn ol is being
, \i and I to im i tutorial si rv-
, xtension ol the n gulai
, lassi s, ii has bci n announc< d.
Free Individ
,, ,|, r nteer tut an avail-
able to adi Its wis ling to l< am
convi ''" '' n
ind English.
William II> rman, ht at
New York's 92nd Strei t YMHA,
Teaching Services
mish t itor. Friday i
lass, in be continued t>
Mai I In in Ro m 116
A free class in cil izei l
!,' conduct* i by (da Ros
i ri in I tea n< r from Ni w
at 3:30 p
(,. n> ral Adult Education s
In English, French an I
ai conduct* (I daily at the '
located at 1424 Dn ..
is ava i T "* a.m. to 10
IRA CUIL01N
i ition for 1
the i lion which
1'e of Stal ionds in
the United States
i free world.
1 iuilden, who has -< rvi 'I as
nal ch m in if the Israel
B nd Oi miz ition, ic Abra-
ham Feinb?rg, who occupied the
il ;.: -.''.lit for thi past lif-
teen years, and now bt comes ch iir-
man of the Board of Directors of
DO. Louk Interested in the e i -
norric and cultural d< .
of Israel, Mr. Guildi n is a founder
and President of Boys Town Jeru-
and i director of the Pales-
tine Economic CorjM Leo Bernstein, former national
director of field operations, was
chosen to serve as executive vice
. I -ut and chiel executive of-
i ..( the Israel Bond Organize-
t on. Mr. Bernstein replaces Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, who retired
September after fifteen years
I rvic'' in that capacity.
Since its inception twenty years
_o th Israel Bond campa'gn has
'oil a total of moi \ than St.5 bil-
lion in Israel Boi l The proceeds
been channi 'l Into every
h isc of t'-.i mntrj's e : >-
i) iveiop m In-
ig the ex| if in lust ;
and agrlcultui I expl
of natural re ou ind the i
struction of roads
housing.
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vent i the I'm i
;;.. i m .

tions In the South-
' d fai if lur-day
which di i
irks of Maimonides,
pai rip iti d in seminars on Educa-
and College Agi
Youth, th which w
to of highest pi lority
'ii Jewish life by the regional or-
...:ii/ it. >n.
Dr. Morton Siege), director of
the Commission on Jewish Educa-
tion the Unite I Synagogue,
i two programs in the
field ol !';cation. Th.- first is a
"Parent Education Program" in
Ch : nt enrollment is a pre-
lisit : r the childrens' enroll-
ment in the synagogue school. Th
:. a Teacher Training Pro-
gram." is designed to train indige-
nous personnel in the skills of a
professional teacher, thus allevi-
ating the tremendous shortage of
Jewish teachers in the school.
United Synagogue projects in
the area of travel to Israel, con-
gregations' participation in UJA
and the I'niter! Synagogue Jewish
Vattonal Forest were outlined by
Paul Freedman, who also
Stress 1 the need to send as many
idults and \ tungsten as possible
on Pilgrimages to Israel.
M irk Loi b deliro ated th.' pay.
iglc I and sociological char-
acteristics of illege stu lents and
offered sugg -stions on how to
;' them most effectively. Del-
''" fes <..... urqi d to m tintain con-
stant touch with students in the
foe ihey enter college.
Dr. Har ld C. Rivklnd of St.
Petersburg, .-.as reelected presi-
dent! I :>h Golden of B-th Torah
Congr ...n. North Miami '
is president-elect. Sylvan Makover
Ol A1 lant (. i.. who a'so i
- chairman of the convent on
was el a vice presidi
Othei officers elected Included
ir Friend D
;atk>n, vie pi ident Sh
ol .1 k! .
tent; Alvin Sh i
ig i, Tenn., vie
' lo ol Beth T ii
on isurer; S I .
baum, M int..... Al
I- ; ind R h h Flstel ol T
Or Olom seer itary.
The United Sj Amer-
ic i- an organization of (
vatlve congregations In the United
res and Canada, with more
'i. in WO congregatioi i to-
tal membership of 1,000.000.
The Southeast i: gl in, which ;-.
under the direction of Rabbi A I
Rutchik, has Its offices in ('
les.
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* Jewish Ftcrkffan
Page 9-A
Rabbi Berel Wein To Be
Mesivta Banquet Speaker
On Sunday, Dec. 13. the Mesivtaps chairman ..i the Hebrew faculty (as well as f
[Tgh Srho-'l of fi-eater Minml >f the school will u> the guest
jouii Merwitzer School, will hold ipenker. liis topic will be "The '""' (!>nno
rom this area.
inner c..... -
Mesivta is the Spearhead Jewish '' '''" Galbut, chairman, Mrs.
Education in the Miami Area." '"llis Schwartz, \ :<; ,
and the Messrs. Murray Berko-
RABBI BEKIL WtlN
11. tenth annuil Schol rshlp B in-
at Ihe Plaz i Hotel, Miami
Q ch.
Rab! I Re-el We'n >n!r!tml I !-
i r if '" Mh !-- S} IgOtnj. ho
M"ss G m iwerg, president, has
announced thai the guests i>! hon
; dinni i will be Mr. and Mi
I b ICoihv, n > tuple kr wn for
thi led ca1 ion I i hlghei Jew '
ation, Mr Kotler has been the
recipienl lerous honors and
'- i Jew ish and c'.\ ic or
' >ns in New York, Mrs.
Kotl -. pros id 'nt of both Beth
Sisterhood and M sivta
VVomi n, is the executive education-
adminisl ator of the Mesivta
H ;h Sch k>1.
li. man P. G tlbut, who is serv-
ing as chairman, said same
lests including ral .is, J rial li aders, and man>
". ent ic il and n itional (i >r-
litl s. as well as parents of
thi students nre exoected.
A special program depicting the!
various activities o' 'he Me'vt*
vlll be presented. Thi- school is
'he on'v hisfh school in the Greater
M ...; .,-,. i that is ded'ented to
combining an English and Hebrew
" i i im, and its students come
m of c imnvm'ti ~s in the
'-.;. .i states and Latin America,
wit/.. Jerome Bl< n nfi Id.....
Bienenfeld, Phil$ .. 'afm in, H -r-
mnn !!>> h r i Se>ri ur I
berg, Isidore Friedman. Harry
Genet, Maurice Goldring, Peter
Goldring, Henry Groudan, Motes
Grundwerg, Max Gutman, Mena-
-'ie Hirsch, Milton Kahn, Henry
Katz, Hyman Kolk >, Ben Lerner,
Harry Lerner, Morton Mayberg,
Louis Merwitzer, Louis Po'.lack,
Samuel Reinhard, Harry Rosen-
M in ay Ros >nberg, B^n
Sti rn, Morris W ildman, S tmuel
PI | ,, W '-. ).' : H
M. Km !!. li ibbl <:. i ii imland,
Alexan li G 11 ib
I W in Ftal I David L hrfi 11 an I
Re<. Jac >b K''.
Cantor Klein Featured
Cantor Klein was featured In
the recent concert sponsored by
Miami Beach Golden Ring C b
So. 1, Inc., at the Miami B I h
Federal, Washington Avenue and
3th Street. Dr. Eugene Labovit? ol
': m] I Ni rTamid made the Is
Emi i g< ncy Fund appeal, wh'n h
;i > !-.. d an excelli nt i ipo
Siilm ; i> i.sti in is pn side!
:!i" club; Harry J. Gitlin is |<
tar"
Jan And Lillian Bast To
Star In
'Nkhi
Iii Israel'
B-irt >ul
-i i hu*bai nd-' v>ea!
.; >iiich has red
t
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B i
mn, Iit e
1 i 'nt will t ike plac <
Thu sday, Doc 'mber 10, t 1
ni. 1*201 J lin
, i...
! hr m I'M the
c iunt : ind Europi I thi id i>-
Hon ol th ''" i v ht. Fid
n the R if" In which Yiddish
|j ri ha .e be n fitted to the prize-
al scu .
A : n emosl !y ; I 'nor hum
raconteur and rec irdlng artist, .1 in
Bart has been a d stii ilshel show
business pei ton illti I ir more than
thirty years, il h ippeared in
t"n radio and te'evision programs,
pei i irmed In nu jor night clul -. ho-
tels and theatres throughout the
world and his recordings in ri
- h iv ild in th millions
of c ipies.
I. Ulan Bart, whose r ireer start-
ed In Radio City Music Hall, has
joined her husband in concerts
hr Hi'-ho'it the United States.
Canada, Europe, Australia and Is-
rael.
concert sta^e In many coun- Admission to the "Night in Is-
s. will star in an adaptation of rael" Is free. Refreshments will in-
ddler on the Roof at a gala dude Israeli wine and coffee and
ight in Israel," sponsored by the I cake. Additional entertainment will
al B'rith Herzl Lodge of Holly- be provided by the celebrated
id, on Ix'half of State of Israel IShalom Trio, dancers and singers of
Ls. Bernia Pollen and Max II. Israeli folk music.
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of any sing!? porty, or of united portiao, but os
is name describes it the Jewis'i N';i!:on;.i
Fund (or all the Jewish p. ;;! .
It is precisely now when !src-!': land is i:i
our sovereipnty, Hint fundamental tasks have
become evidsnl whose fnlfillnmnt ';!i racjaire
mtny y.ars. Without tlieir Impltmenti tit, t'.r
in'i",rt:'.i.'>n cf nnw ii^migr'.nls, the IKttril '
th= f. -.'. tI th- revival cl A?'~'t wattes will
not h- {.' ibl*. Those lasts at; nfferet'alren el
th'- bare mmntolns, rtclamation of rocky lin'1';,
draining ni iwamst, mak'ng tt-. tandi f
eanstrnet!ng reads in th; d-scn whitl will pre-
pare the grewnd fir developing Industry, bui'J-
ing townships nr.d villages or.3 troistor-'i'ng
the Nugcv ani hiorthern Galiiee into a pop-list-
ed and fl?jrlsh:ng arra without which thre con
b? no economic independence, no security end
no absorption of newcomers.
MOSHt DAY AN
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in;; of the Jewish llc.i. l.id, the )HT has been
cn-sied for almost seven decodes in tho work
cf soil rec'amofion, affores*ntion, the building
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s:.-:!.menls .
. S'nci iis ieteei liar Krael has be-r far-
ed by a bait c' host l< nel states,
upon iti dt :"'' n, Tn? record shows
that a itrtng c.' border lettfemcnts is Hie eoein-
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f;r Hies? settlements, the JNF has contributed
mightily to the defense of the Jewish Homeland
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*Jewi$tnoridtori
Friday, December 4, 1370

07,c 'KM SPcaL Be Sure You're Turned On

I5> RABBI K. J. WINOt.RAO
Temple Israel of Mtranar
>veek*> ago, when wo were
i to address a Boys Club on
S.gnif1g History ot'tfair'
we pointed out.
other
s, tint al-
h many of
listory's great il
lies were
brought about in
the name of re-
these
in i -
\ i ave ity and
h misn rex nl -
t on of the Word
of G-d. Hence.
they were not
|j in the name of n
bul rather, in the name of man's
inhumanity to man.
rwards, the question and
i iriod was used, for the
n St part, by the youngsters for
i. s regarding Judaism, since
had never heard a rabbi be-
fo Their questions were pri-
m irily of a general nature and to
Ihi point. They stemncd from sheer
lity about a faith which, up
in i I this time had been strange to
t!i. i and was almost foreign in
t. ilt was a non-sectarian
Kahlii Winograd
of worship in the last ten years
i making him about six years old at
that time). He had never read a
book on the philosophy of any
faith, and had never, to his re-
collection, spoken to a minister,
priest or rabbi before that day He
had made no effort in those direc-
tions since young childhood!
We shall not burden our readers
i with the ensuing 30 minutes of that
, conversation, but we shall offer our
: conclusion: That youngster had not
turned religion off it had never
been turned on. How can you turn
a fire off if it has actually never
been initially kindled? That is
, the message, in a nutshell, that we
managed successfully to get across
. to that confused lad.
To all of you. in that big world
; of ours who may have stumbled
I upon this reading, we have just
one piece of advice to offer: Be
sure that you have indeed been
i genuinely turned onnot just
jspark : ligion has turned you off!
i
Visit the local spiritual tune-up
man of your choice before your bat-
tery goes spiritually dead! He gives
>a lifetime warranty as long as you
1 promise to service your soul reg-
; uiarly!
: the mi etii | as adjourned
i of about 16 approach-
ed m" saying with a tone of de-
in his voice, "Rabbi. I'm not
1 ut I'd I k.' to t"!l you some-
thing. Your talk." he went on.
interesting and all that, but
a nan of the cloth." I he surpris-
ed me with h's choice of words i
"you should know that ." and
here be stood more erect as if to
her courage, "you should know
that religion turas me off."
It took no more than a f w
minutes of converstation with the
lad to determine that his knowledge
of religious teachings, ol AXY de-
nomination was almost nil. He had
n t. by his own admission, ever
: ad the bible, or been to a house
'Israelis Are Coming'
Broadway stars. Israeli singers
and dancers will be featured in the
fourth version of the "Israelis Are
. Coming." which will be held in the
' Miami Beach Auditorium Satur-
day. Jan. 23. The show will again
; be produced by the internationally
i known composer, director and
, producer. Shmuel Fershko.
* i
CANDULIGHTING TIME
6 KISLEV 5:09
>*^V*-*^*^,\>-*-V^
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is Jewish tradition es-
|H cautious about not
keeping a corpse overnight in
the ancient .city of Jerusalem?
<;.ikrally, thia--*oBuse of the
holiness ol the ancient area of
Jerusalem. Apparently, it becomes
not only an insult to the corpse
but even an insult to the holy
ground which may become defiled
from the corpse.
Some claim that il may even be
an en. Ill to all the holy
- .'hose spirit is lodged in
ilem. Jerusalem is thus to be
. of life supreme where death
is indeed out of place.
Why is it required to wash the
corpse as a ritual before burial'.'
Some medieval sources claim
| that this Ls done because the body
| comes to face its Maker the Al-
j mighty Creator, after it is buried,
i Before advancing into the realm
j of holiness it is required for one
I to be ritually pure, a condition
I which is brought about by ritual
| cleansing with water.
Some claim that the net of
! cleansing the body with water in
I a ritualistic manner is symbolic of
i birth, which took place with the
embryo encassed in water. Death.
is thus tegarded as being reborn
into another existence.
Water is likewise regarded as
one of the first elements of crea-
I tion. In the Biblical account of
. Genesis the spirit of God hovered
over the water when the world
was first being created. Purifying
the corpse with water is thus a1
. reminder of the original creation
of the world, as if to say thai the
son was now passing on into
I a new world.
Water is also the symbol of life.
I Purifying the body with water
denies the possibility of absolute
death and leaves room for the l>o-
lief in another life.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayetze
"And Jacob went out from Beer-shcba, and went to*
toward Haran ." Chapters 28: 10-32:3
BKTH EL On his journey from Beer-shcba towards II nj,
Jacob came to the city of Luz and rested for the nighl
|IUI llll II" **" "I that angelS were a-eending an I
a laddei stretching from earth toward- heaven. G id
him and pron d thai the land would bel >ng to his d
and that he .void return home under His prol n av,
the stom he had used for a p I
named Ihi pi ice B th El, the H .use of G id, and vowi I
he returned sal l> to his father's house he would offer G a
tithe of all he iwm d,
JACOB and LABAN Jacob reached the outs!
Haran where s ,l'" v-'rl '
d lughter, was to the well to w iti r her fathei shi
her "nival, without waiting for help, he remoN I I
,-ered thi well and watered her flock. Ho then announce
ielf to Rachel who quickly ran to Inform her father of his
rival. Jacob was welcomed by Laban and. falling in love
Rachel, undertook to work as his shepherd for seven yi
return for her hand in marriage. Laban agreed, bul whei
time had expired, tricked him into marrying Leah, his
daughter instead, offering the excuse that it was the :usl
the elder daughter to be married first. Jacob had no
to accept the situation, and married Rachel also, fl I wh
lervcd another seven years for her. Leah and Rach
hand-maidens, Zilpah ami Bllhah, bore eleven -
daughter.
JACOB RETURNS HOME Al the end of the four*
years, Jacob wished to return home but yielded to I
sure to remain and continue to work for him. '
mother six yea:.-, and then gathered his family ; '
ings and returned h
Dr. Mosc Harvey Is Guest Lector

Dr. Mose I- Harvey, director of
the University of Miami's distin-
guished Center for Advanced In-
ternational Studies, will be Sun-
day morning's guest lecturer for
the Greenfield Adult Institute al
Temple Israel ol Greater Miami.
An expert on both domestic and
international Soviet affairs. Dr.
Harvey will provide a timely in-
sight on the Russian involvement
in the Middle Easl as he dis. a
The Sovi : Union of the 1 as
Lenin and Stalin Might View it."
' The situation of Utfi Soviet J wry.
which is of great concern, w II al-
so be ex S r>v- Haiv y.
> The led ire, which begins al 10
i'cl ick, is open to non-auk
is well as subscribers U "
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Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickion 6
I I 8:15 p m. fluent Speaker: Mr
Utvah Director-Honda For
i tei Miami, Subject: t'ui -
i by (.....t Bhabbal hosfM bj*
Mr and Mrs. Nathan K Bpector In
honor "i Mr, iLltvak. Saturday- 1:41
:i m Bermon: "A Departing M'-;m "
4:18 p.m. Portion of Uw. 4:4". p.m
Bermon: "A Tru>- Messenger."
I beru l-'n is Saturday 8:30 a.m Bar
I Mltsvah: Kick, sen nf .Mr. and Mrs
Robert Frela. Followed by a Klddush.
, ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '*. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 7:80 p.m Consecration Sabbath,
di dli ati d i.. the children In Temnli
Vursery and Kindergarten. Saturday
! :i in
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abraham Seit 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE!. 6?0 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr. Cantor Nito Feldman 28
Friday B:1B p m 5< i m 'Bdui ati
For Peace." Baturday a ni Rar
Mllzvah: Isaac, son "f sir. and -Mrs
Albert Behar
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONCREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
Friday B:1B p.m. Service Honoring
Kew Families Bermon: "Your Per-
sonal Stake In four Synagngue And
Tour Community," Followed by Ones
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER SIimM,;"
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform. | ."_-.,
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10 MIAMI BEACH
ly 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Levltlcue-j AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Av.
I Oenu In Dark tnfailiem.il Cave*." I Ortnodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th .
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
Friday 8:15 p.m. Quest Speaker: Mr.
Joseph Kaufman. Topic: "Faith and
its implications." Followed by Ones
Bnabbat.
| NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80h St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
, man. 3r
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6-J?
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
i CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542- |
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 4 Zmo'l Ave.
Ccnservanve. Rabbi Maxwell Bergr.
Cantor Nathan Zolondck.
Frlda)
llembera
FT. UUDEROALE
BETH ISRAEL (TKMPt-sU. '
Oakland Park Blvd. Ra'.^lii S n
Edwflrds. Cantor Maurice N *2
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pa*
Blvd. Refo'-n. Ral'bi Arthur J Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Hilement. **
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM iTEMPLE) 138 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rat>bi Morris A. ckoo.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSIDI
MOQAN rAVID CO^OREGAT.ON.
9293 Harding Av( Surfstde, Town
H.iii Orthodox R^hbi isa.ic D Vine.
1
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 5:80 p.m. and B:15 p m. Ber-
mon: -l.ev.- Makes Th.- World Oo
Around." Saturday 8:46 a_m. Portloi
ol the Week.
OR OLOM (lenipie) B/sb SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbiny 14
TiFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E.
the Middle BaaL" 4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau
rice Klein 15
Friday 8:15 p.m. Folfctwed by Oneg
Bhabbat imKteii by Mr. and Mrs. It..-

iOtti
K rogrants
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i).-e.9'a^ irft&'a.m.
osoSI n oniJ 9'
The First Estate
i; Ch. J, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
B rh. 10. 9:30 a.m. -The Jewish Wooship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Av-nue. 22.A
CUBAN HEBhEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday 6 p.m and 8 81 p m, Bermon:
"An American Jew Faces Di
The Month of Chanukah and Christ-
mas and lis Vuri..us Religion
filets." Baturday I ;i m Weekly Por-
tion. Bar Mltsvah: Andrew, son of
i Mr. and Mrs, Hytnati Kleinberi
HEBREW ACADEMV. 2400 Pinetree
pr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
an .....SSSi
BflaaSI .:. :'l.r.!a... I
Grrss
n
CONG. AN-NE.L (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Men.
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Alraham
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Villane. Conservative
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Mii'on Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36 '
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:15 p.m Monthlj Family Wot
ship. Dedication of 72 Chumlahim
donated to T< mple s. .,,,,.. "There
1- Something Bpeclal About Jewish
Rooks Saturdaj 10:80 a.m Ral
Mltsvah: Sharl, daughter of Mr Hal
Ron unit .Mrs. June Ross
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. gg
p in s.oiiiii ii ,, ,n Ser-
mon: "Heaven and Bui 11,
thesis "
HAOANOAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH C.
126 N. E. 1st Ave.
H0UYW00D
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S
Reform. Kabbi Samuel J '
I 'l :.l:t\ 8:15 ;i in Bel
nn. e Bliss
nf Mr .. M R
11
Mrs a 1. Mailman
1 li rdon
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLf-
Monroe S*. Conservat-v
Morton Malavsky. Cantoi
Gold.

\ Sin-
Ben-Hili I,
25-A
J^v?JB.r..,,C0HEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
?n,^M Rabbi Tibor H- Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 30
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CORAL GABIES
JU=PE-Ar, 6500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johr
Conservative. Rabbi David SI'a
cjntor Yenudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. "5th St.
Conservative. Rsbbi Elliot J wm-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CKNTEB t
NW. 9th St.
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kiday, December 4, 1970
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The Interim Budget Committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has been review-
ing the financial needs of its 38 local, na-
tional and overseas agencies under the
leadership of Walter S. Falk, (left) chairman
of the Budget Committee. The Interim Com-
mittee, presently reevaluating the 1970 agen-
cy budgets and assessing the needs for 1971
also includes Mrs. Burton R. Levey, David
S. Kenin, I. Jerry Bloom and Stuart Roth-
child.
Rhode Island Club Installation -Party And Buffet Supper
Ilv Rhode Island Club of Great-
el Miami will hold its annual in-
stallation party Sunday, Dec. 13,
ai 7 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium. 12.14 Washington
Am'.. .Miami Beach, followed by a
i ffet supper served by Mrs. Dora
(', :sh, chairman, and Mrs. Louis
J nan, cochairman.
Ben Prieden, Installing officer,
will officiate as the officers and
board members for 1971 take up
til. ii- new duties. Taking the oath
of office will be Irving Cohn, pres-
ident, Mrs. Dora Gersh and Joseph
RotrnbtTK, vice presidents; Jacob
Kahn, financial secretary; Mrs.
Nathan Cohen, recording sectv-
tary; Mrs. Jacob Kahn. associate
reeoi ling secretary; Mrs. Harry
Goldberg, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph
Rotenberg, publicity chairman;
Alfred Aden, serjeant-at-arms;
.Mrs. Alfred Aden, chaplain, and
<. Leonard White, Sunshine
1 nmittee.
The board of directors includes
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Aden. Mr.
and Mrs. Xathanial Cchen, Miss
Mi,Pie Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Dubin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fish-
man, Mr. and Mis. Hen Kreiden.
Mrs. Anna Cluck. Mrs. Dora Cersli.
Mr. and Mis. AI Hush. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Kahn. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Prltcher, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mandi'l. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Rogers, Mr. and Mis. Joseph Ro-
tenberg, Mrs. Ann Rudnick, Mrs.
: Edith Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs.
i Ralph Shust r, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
White and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Cohn.
The Rhode Island Club, which
meets in the Washington Federal
Auditorium on the second Sunday
of each month, invites all former
residents or visitors Horn Rhode
Island to attend their meetings,
beginning at 7 p.m.
Hoff Is Appointed By Fontainebleau
Milton Hoff. considered the only
international Spa authority in the
world, has been appointed as vice
president and executive director of
the Fontainebleau Hotel's new
| $0,000,000 Spa complex, according
I to an announcement made by Ben
Novack, chairman of the board.
Mr. Hoff has hailed the newly-
opened Spa. Miami Beach's one-
I of-a-kind "resort-within-a-resort"
as the most sophisticated and
complete in the world. "Without
: question." Mr. Hoff declared, "we
have the most complete and mod-
ern Spa in the world, with an ex-
; perl staff trained t anticipate
every desire of our gut sts."
The Spa. which includes swirl-
pool baths, hydra-jet pools, the
largest known outdoor whirlpool
ami separate gymnasias tor men
and women, is supplemented by all
, the many activities at the Fon-
tainebleau. he pointed out. The
"flagship" of Miami Beach resorts,
the Fontainebleau features golf on
two championship courses, six new
tennis coins, s with all-time cham-
pion Gardnar Mulloy as director.
new squash and handball courts.
bowling, billiards, three swimming
peels, one of which is indoors for
all-weather swimming, and 1,300
feel ot beach.
Mr. Hoff. who Initiated the pres-
ent concept of Spa vacations in
Caracas, Venezuela, in 1950, was
in charge of all U.S. Spas in Ku-
rope during World War II and
served as chief of liaison between
the U.S. Army and all hotels in
Switzerland.
Temple Beih Moshe
To Hold A 'G'nlzah'
Service At Ml. Sinai
Members of North Miami's
Temple Beth Moshe will assemble
at 2 p.m. Sunday In Mount Sinai
Cemetery, 11L'."> NW 137th St.. for
a special G'niaah service, Rabbi
Joseph A. Gorfinkel, spiritual lead-
! or, of the congregation, has an-
nounced.
"A G'ni/ah." Rabbi Gorfinkel
explained, "is the ritual burial of
worn and unusable sacred books
and objects, such as Bibles, prayer
books, Torah scrolls, phylacteries
and prayer shawls. The use of the
Urm 'G'nizah,' (meaning hiding)
instead of burial is symbolic of
Judaism's attitude toward its re-
ligious books and objects," ho said.
"These arc not just objects
they possess a spirit and a soul,
which is imperishable and inde-
structible even as the human spirit
is imperishable," Rabbi Gorfinkel
said. "Therefore, when no longer
in use. they must be hidden' in a
reverential manner. They are not
'buried." but simply 'hidden.' for
only their physical aspect is gone
their soul and spirit live on in
Hie hearts and minds of the people
who have used them and whose
lives and beings were ennobled
and enriched, spiritualized and hu-
manized by their use."
Rabbi Gorfinkel has compiled a
special service for the occasion, in
which the congregation will also
participate.
Discussion Group Meets
The Great Book Discussion
Group will meet in the Miami
15. ach Public Library. 2100 Collins
Ave.. at 7:.'i0 p.m. Wednesday tor
a discussion of "Plotinus: The
Filth Knnoad."
Miami Commissioner David T.
Kennedy became Miami's May-
or at a special City Commission
meeting Wednesday, Nov. 25.
Mayor Kennedy will complete
the unexpired term oi Stephen
' P. Clark, who became mayor
| of Metropolitan Dade County on
I the same day.
Lowe Art Museum's New
Director Is Forum Speaker
John J. Barratte, the new dircc-
I tor Of the Lowe All Museum, will
be tin' guest of the Miami Beach
Art Forum Monday, Dec. 14. at
! 7 p.m. in the Miami Beach Public
: Library. 2100 Collins Ave.
Mr. Barratte will pive an illus-
trated talk on the method he uses
to add greater interest to the ex-
! hibits at the forum, which is con-
ducted by the Miami Beach Art
Club. His talk is entitled "Fnvi-
1 ronmental Approach to Museum
Exhibitions."
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Friday. December 4, 1270
Beth E!'s Facilities Made Available To OhoieiTorah School
th n :' th i:i. 500 SW
jTt i Ave., .Mami. :- making its
.' a sva table to the 103 chil-
dren enrolled in Ohol< i Torah Day
KCOl ding to an ann
mint made jointly by its president.
ui Chabner, its \ :
... Bit Ba--.kin and A
i. Ilfr. and trcaSurcr C*SRm Kor.i-
: >rf|
A conducting classes in s-
ma. They include a play-
ground as wt II as a lunchroom in
the beautiful Beth El school build-
ing.
Mr. Chabner. a Miami Beach
OMdei Toiah. which has Befti
facilities provided b/ Knea-
:. Israel and Ohev Shalom Con-
itions in addition to its own
]54l Washington Ave.,
will move into its new
porary quarters this wet k.
The Beth El facilities, provided
.^h Mr. Cnabner's influence.
v ill eliminate the nfusion and
ation causi d l).. the necessity
Channkah Festival
Bazaar Supports
Scholarship Fund
The Hebrew Academy announc-
I its third annual Chanukah
Carnival and Bazaar will be held
lay, Dec. 20 beginning at 9
-; n. on the grounds of the school,
; 0 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach
Bargain merchandise for home
and decoration, apparel and eift
items, rides, booth games and a
jazz session will be featured.
Theme of the day is: "Come and
d-> your r nanukah shopping. wh:l-
y-mr children are entertained."
Hot food and drinks will be served
jll day.
Proceeds of the carnival-!)azaar
HO toward maintaining the He-
Academy Scholarship Fund
;. i-h aUowa many children to at-
: rd this all-day religious and sec-
school on a full or part schol-
-.--hip. The Hebrew Academy is
proud of the fact that na child who
es a Jewish religious day
school education is turned away.
The Carnival-Bazaar Committ"e
men include Mrs. I-eonard
and Mrs. Morris Waldman.
ral chairmen; ';>::: Kimmel.
- and Booths; Mrs. Mac
Klein, Merchandise: Mrs. Harry
nberg, Decorations, and Mrs.
nc Labovitz, Publicity.
ed, must average than one-
tenth of Soviet naval presence.
Nor is even that the end of the
Bt i y. by any means. Last year.
efense cheese-paring had re-
duced American "ship days" in
The Mediterranean as a whole
to well under 9,000. Since 1963,
meanwhile, Soviet "ship days'
in the Mediterranean have con-
tinuously risen to reach 14,503
last yea:.
And the end, as this is written,
is not in sight
TO MAKE matters worse, the
liberal Democratic drive for '-till
further defense economies has
led the Pentagon to sem'surren-
der. Instead of laying the keels
il th" modern ships we so ob-
viously needj the new defense
budget will cruise lame numb/"-*
of exbiting naval vessels to be
put in mothballs.
When and (if that haopens,
serious, long term reinforce-
ment of the. Sixth Fleet will be-
come virtually impossible. Yet
powerful reinioTcement, plus re-
establishment of the strongest
possible Amsvifgi pamj ff 9 i*
in the Meaiterrai::'afis Eastern
basin, are now oHvWOS and ur-
gent necessities.
Consider the present threat t >
Israel. Then weigh the nolitical-
StrategtC meaning of the fore-
going facts, jksatcan then see
why the enemies of a strong
American defense effort mav
well be remembered as Israel's
murderers.
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Liebman Is Men's Club
Guest Speaker Sunday
Guest speaker at the annual
membership breakfast to be held
by the Men's Club of the Young
Israel of Greater Miami at 9:30
a.m. Sunday in the synagogue's
social hail. 990 NE 171st St.. will
l>e Prof. Seymour Liebman. author
and lecturer who is considered an
authority on Sphardic Jewry. His
topic will be "Sephardi and Ash-
ki naziThen and Now." accord-
Dg to an announcement made by
Joseph Meyers, president of the
Mc n's Club.
Dr. Josech Lowin. a vice presi-
dent of the Men's Club, is serving
as program chairman for the
event, which will launch the or-
[ sanitation's activities for the sea-
son.
resident I thil area ?5
ago from Chicago. 111. He
was treasurer cf Miami's "land-
mai k" synagogue for seven years
before Ixir.g elected i:s president,
and is presently serving his 12th
term in that position. He served as
resident of the Cemetery Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami for 12
rears and has been active in many
haritable and philanthropic en-
dcavcrs.
A ceremony ticating the
ih's use has
i n si h dul d S inda !> c. 27.
Rabbi Abraham Kotf, e*
lirtct rej orted.
Prof. H. Franklin Williams
To Se Forte Forum Speaker
U-M Prof. H. Franklin Williams
will spca m (Israel
'nstitute of Technology) and the
Future cf th-> Middle bast" at
Tuesday's 10 a.m. n i tig '>f the ;
Forte Forum li the iu lit 11um at
1200 West Ave., Miami Beach.
A History profess ir at the uni-
. rsity, where he holds an admin-
istrative post also. Prof. Williams
received hi.; B.A. degree at Cam-
in idge and his A.M. and Ph.D. de-
greet from Harvard. He is secre- :
tary and past president of the,
EOPI. president cf Senior Cent, is
)i Dade County, Inc.. and a board I
member of the Miami Chapter of
American Society for Technion.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer. chairman of a meeting
ct the Na'icnal Assembly Committee of the Jewish Na-
tional Fand ct JNF HcMM in New York recently,
was guest cf henor at a reception hosted by Herman L.
V/eismcm, president cf ihe Jewish National Fund. The
mayor, who is president cf the local JNF Council, was
accompanied by Judge Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the
JNF s Southern Region.
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December 4, 1970
* Jen 1st FhridHciri
Page 13-A
Miami Happenings
Rabbi-Author To
Be Culture & Fine
Ai'ls Series Guest

The Coc inul c;
f moved int i its nev. b i;l I-
ed -i 319] Grand \\ .
. r whi i it opened I
ess on Monday, Nov 30, Pol
f r K. M. Dimlap ha- anil
a.
-:- -:- -:-
l'-.'.i*.i\: i i:::.r director forcam-
h md p .' lie I' latfons M iri.
"ii*****^-'W* resigned ;> take
ositl '.". :'i iInited Way
America," the national organi-
>:> for United fund with
: larti rs ,.; Xv Yoi k Cltj.
, n ik Kirsther* .ir.. hai' vm
b Of l.lit:' I I'. Ilie-
. irw >!' ri-irici-i. Inc., has i> >n
nl d i...... Executive Com-
..... of ill' Greater M*ml
I ::.ln irnr.iiic Society, aCCOl .:.;
an ai i n ci i t made ly
i; hnrd F. tVotfson, the -S ic etj s
sident.
Tn< ffk 1 I : Osrar !:. Dooly
* .1- Inc., Including Van
t Kuaarow, Myron M. Behrma i.
\\ UUun n. Bcharrer, William D.
\m raen, Kenneth w. Darn,
Jamea \. Ken, Dorothy B.
O'liarn and < liarles II. Parsons,
t' I i: '.Reel to continue the
BhtHJMtjk policy pursued by
la'e Os,:ir i:. Dooly cvei sirfee
!' th livrn 10 y, arsfr*o\
Members of the Young Lead-
in t Of 111 <".: I
Mi imi .i. wish Fi deration ;>i i
: al ;:. Standard '! !>
In I Dupcnt ] za Hot
disi salon and Dcv lopmi nt of the Gn at r
iami J< \v i-^ii Community," Cab-
mi ml) Barry Kntnn re-
| ports. The group will bo holding
meetings once a month, he .-..i Cabinet Okays
Dayan's Visit
Hi ib- ri Ti r, a i;1"': "i
Conversion of Chaplain Cohen"
and "Iieavt n Help Us!" will l'
i' i ,i ai 1emple Both
Sholom's third Culture and Fine
*.ns Scriei ay, D< <. 12, at
8:30 p.m.
Pn -.nil.- in Hollywood, Calif.,
doing :'.ir -i nplay i the movie
"i iipn ol !ii- -.iii si loot:, llabbi
Tair, whose noyo|s haye been
translated into a dozen foreign
ages, is a native of New
York, i-i has led congregations
| from Louisiana to Labrador (as an
\.r Foi ce i haplain).
A n, a i m I lude and Phi
Beta Kappa graduate of Brookl; n
uln ::. He is also a graduate ol
Hebrew Teachers College, Colum-1
l-ia diversity and Hebrew Union
.College Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion. Hi holds um> degrees In
Hi brew i.' r,i is as w< H as degrees
in Education, English, and Com-
| parative Literature.
Both "The Conversion of Chap-
lain Cohen," publish! d in 1963. and
"Heaven Help Us!" published by
Random House in April of 1958. i
have sold more than a million
copies. Rabbi Tarr has since ap-
l>oarrd on more than 100 radio and
TV programs throughout the na-
tion.
< >n't from Page 1-A
. < or when such meetings
un.ld take place. Mr. Khan has
portecDy dropped his objec-
: his to polit cal meetings by
Gen. Dayan in the United
Si ites, provided that the De-
fi nse Minister sticks to terms
of reference drafted by the gov-
ernment, and Israel's Ambassa-
dor to Washington. Ambassador
R ibin, was said to share his opin-
ion. Both reportedly have ex-
;.....oil the view that no harm
would he done if Gen. Dayan
ra'sed the matter of re-negotiat-
ng the Sue/ cease-fire while he
. in Washington though neither
eli've the proposil would be
acceptable to the United States.
(en. T>iyan has suggested on
several occasions thnt the ceas--
lire be re-negotiated on the bas-
is of a mutual partial disengage-
ment of Israeli and Ejfypt I'
Inrces a-'ong the Suez (anil. He
has aiso been a strong iidve-ate
of Israel's return to the Jarring
V nee talks whether or not its
demands for an Ejjy.-Man mls-
|Ue pull-back arc met.
Mrs. Meir told a group of
> onion recently, "It is almost
->rtain we shall not be able to
-it all the conditions we de-
nanded fo- the resumption of
^ohen
t'on't. from Page 4-A
membered. But we weren't in
the air an hour before my iden-
i. icatwn Ividge as the only Mi-
mian aboard had attracted a
N'orfoHc rosid.'iit who went to
ie University of Miami with
"^1 irtin Fine. Harry Smith and
: id Sandier; a Western Re-
rve c'assmate of Rabbi Nai->t
from Shreveport, La.: the Buf-
i o. M.Y. brother-in-law of the
nan who owns Galloway Drugs.
Also aboard was Sandy An-
in, uhos, roots are deep in
i Jewish education. A
mber of the first eJ*ns at Ih -
u- Acp.i'mv. ami later a
'.. at Beth Tor ,!'. he Is now
: in West Union. S.C.
XT ONE r>-iint in the flii hi
> e itawards w "-e rrj inn
-'II cigarettes ami liquor and
s were trv*' to fo>e>.
! us for the third or fourth
the .osies resembled those
haot:c scenes yo>> mus' re-
' mber from our political con-
ations.
Is it always like this?" I
Iaskorl.
"Always," was th C Irn re-
Bponse.
I must hnve fallen aslecn a'
t point, ail t --i m in '. I
rath my people.
II
the Jarring talks." She h.'s also
said that Israel cannot return to
the Jarring talks without clear-
ing up three or four things
which she described as "essen-
tial." These "conditions" were
necessary to avoid placing Israel
in a position of inferiority at the
forthcoming peace talks she
said.
The Cabinet has ratified a
treaty with Britain that will
allow certain court rulings there
I to be enforceable in Israel and
vice versa. The meaty, signed
in London, relates to judgements
for debts, damages or other fi-
nancial awards.
Temple Schedules
Semi-Annual Meet
Harry Pearlman, president of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. has announced
; that the congregation will hold its
semi-annual meeting in the Fried-
land Ballroom at 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day. Dec. 13. The membership will
bo greeted by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader, and standing com-
mittee chairmen will report on the
temple's activities and future pro-
grams.
A skit by the Temple Players
entitled "L.I.F.K." will be the fea-
tured entertainment. Choreogra-
phy for the skit, prepared and di-
rected by Trixie Levin, will be by
Barbara Besscy: music is under
the direction of Mi'lie Draizar. The
cast includes Barbara Besscy,
Terri Blum, Rita Burns. Laurel
Kimball. Libby Levin, Davida
Levy, Ho|>e Pomerance and Mir-
iam Weinkle. Louis Adler and his
orchestra will provide the music
for dancing.
Reservations for this event are
now being accepted at the temple
ffice.
Shomrim Of Florida
To Install Officers
The Shomrim of Florida, Inc.,
an organization of active and re-
tired Peace Officers, will hold its
10th annual installation of officers
Wednesdav at the Shelhornc Ho-
tel with Miami Beach City Coun
eilman Robert S. G.odman as the
installing officer. Dr. Leonard L.
Weil as guest speaker and Police
Chief Rocky Pomerance as special
guest.
Officers being installed Includt
David Kozlin. president; Lester
Aarow and Jerome Blumberg, vice
presidents; David Teitler, treasur-
er; Joseph Hoi/man. secretary
and Simon Denker, sergcant-at-
arms. OWen Davis and Daniel
Seitman wi'l be installed on tht
board of directors for three-year
terms.
Literary-Musical Program
The opening "Oneg Shabbos" of
the David Pinski Club Friday. S
p.m.. at the Ida Fisher High-
school Cafeteria. 1420 Drexel Ave.
Miami Beach, will include an in-
teresting literary and musical pro-
gram. Author and lecturer L. Las-
avin will speak about the famous
scholar and writer. Dr. Shlomo
Simon; folk-singer Shoshanah
Hoffman will present a program
of Yiddish and Hebrew songs and
humorist. Fishl Nashkin, will en-
tertain.
Esquires To Be Inducted
Ten "Esquires" will be inducted
into the rank of "Knight" during
the next regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Py-
thias Lodge No. IP! at 7:30 p.m.
Monday in th Surfside Commun-
ity Center. Chancellor Comman-
der Richard Wasserman will pre-
side.

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by Dr- Daniel Jeremy Silver, Foundation president, at
tenth anniversary meeting.
Interflora' Offers Chaiiukah Flowers
Interflora, the worldwide floral
delivery network with more than
35.000 members, now has 40-odd
affiliates in Israel, it has been
announced, and is offering a spe-
cial Chanukah floral candelabrum
which U.S. and Canadian residents
may have delivered to relatives
and friends in Israel. The floral
offering is an arrangement of
roses, chrysanthemums, ti leaves
and a stately candc labrum com-
plete with nine candles.
The Israel unit of Interflora is
one of the international organiza-
tion's newest and smallest, but it
is also among the most progres-
sive. The young nation is a large
producer of flbwers, both for do-
mestic use and export, and major
international flower shows and ex-
hibits have been held there.
Power arranging to the public and
exchanging ideas with North
Aim rican florists. And Prime Min-
ister Golda Meir was last year's
recipient of the Golden Mercury
Award, Intcrflora's highest award,
liven annually to individuals out-
side floriculture for their sontri-
liutions to the industiy and to
mankind in general.
i Student Nurses Modeling
The annual holiday dinner and
! fashion show sponsored by District
28 of the Florida Nurse's Assexia-
I tion was to be held at the Mer-
I chandise Mart, 777 NW 72nd Ave.,
beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday with
Dan Fitzgerald of Fashion Craft
International as coordinator and
student nurses from Miami-Dade
Junior C liege, the University of
Yerach Perlman. a talenti d Tel
Aviv floral designer, toured the
United State's and Canada last | Miami. Barry College and Jackson
year for Interflora. demonstrating Memorial Hospital modeling.
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Friday, December 4. 1970
/srael News/efter
By CARL ALPERT
Naghila -A Yeu? Solution For An Old Problem
a i \ on r. bigs \i-

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:t th'- rat'- of 1.270 per ;> : .:. pet
, 2.910 in
and 2490 in r "it in th-
'. Oijr record for cigar-smoking is
fillonly 3 cigars per person per
Th- bn I t" con-
IfanHed resources on smoking among
ith Effbrti : B we the plaa. gLsla-
s are
-. brad there la an ethnic-
politk me of th
.-/i any serious de-
hard-
/ a fa-
political

Furthermon
an Important item in the govemment'a budget One
the in ion thai b i ny official
happy about giving up this .sour'-' Hence thi
ion to concentrate the campaign on young smok-
er*. Lecture*, films, special Icaaona and prestige
influences are being used to fight the habit.
in one Jerusalem high school smoking was
practically eliminated overnight among the upper
classmen by a chance bit of publicity. It was re-
vealed that a large percentage of volunteen for the
parachute corps Acre turned down because of mi-
nor lung Itafm caused by early smoking. To be
turned down for the paratroopers is a reflection on
a young fellows manliness, and the tobacco habit
crumbled in that school.
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Foreman Plans Five
ANK OF BRITAIN'S most .successful film writers and
producers is Carl Foreman, whose achievements In
the field of film writing, producing and directing have
placed him in the forefront of the con-
tempOEary motion picture scene. Cur-
rently president of the British Screen-
writers Guild and a governor of the
British Film Institute the only for-
eigner ever to hold either posthe
looks back at a career of 32 years in the
industry rising from laboratory tech-
nician to his position among creative
film-makers on two continents.
Since his Army service in World War B, he has been
associated with such productions as "Champion," "Home
Of the Brave," 'The Men," "High Noon," "The Key," "The
Mouse That Roared," "Bom Free'" "The Guns of Nava-
rone" "The Victors" and "Mackenna's Gold."
The Chicago-born Foreman, a one-time theatrical
press ugent and raiiio writer whose talents were fur-
thered by Dore Senary, who suggested him to the studios
as reader and story analyst, found himself on the inside
with a prize-winning scenario in a contest sponsored by
the California Medical Association on the eve of World
War II. Joining the Infantry, he was detached to the
Army motion picture unit of Frank Capra to work on
orientation and training films for the American forces.
In 1946, Foreman and two other film enthusiasts,
Stanley Kramer and George Glass, formed their own in-
dependent company with Foreman as writer, vice president,
and treasurer. But after taking a bold and forthright
stand against McCarthyism, Carl Foreman moved to
Great Britain in 1952, where he has remained in volun-
tary exile. It took him five years to establish himself in
England,
Films by C.iil Foreman Introduced or brought to
stardom such personalities as Marlon Brando, Kirk
Dougla i p Ferrer, Ruth Roman. Lola Albright, Kike
Sommei and'Ai thur Kennedy. He is one of the few pro-
ducers who jyive been officially decorated for a specific
film; in this <&* 'The Guns of Navarone," for which the
late King of Greece appointed him a Commander of the
Order ol the t-'lvienlx.
Foreman, jtfho plans a total of five pictures in 1971,
is a compli te film-maker in every respect, an expert in
cinematography am editing, advertising copy, the pro-
duction of trailers, etc. Apart from movies, he is often
called upon by British journals' to contribute book and
play n\ies. A great many of his films have been highly
controversial at UK time of production, but he has never
yielded to pressure.

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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
American Jewish
Yearbook19 70
THK JTA RELEASE published a few weeks ago
in The Jewish Floridian stressed the statistical
contents o< th'- American Jewish Yearbook1970,
published jointly by the Ami
Jewish Committee and the J
Publication Society ($10). The ed-
A this commendabl" edition
Morris Fine and Milton Him-
nv Ifarb with Martha Jelenko as
litOr.
But the JTA made no mention
of the lead essay, "Rtconstruction-
ism in American Jewish Life" by Charles S. Lieb*
man, associate professor at Bar-Ilan University. Re-
constructionism is the fourth denomination in Amer-
ican Jewish life and is the least understood. It Ls
the only religious party in Jewish life whose origins
are entirely American and whose leading personali-
ties view Judaism from the perspective of the ex-
clusively American Jewish experience. Liebman's
thesis Ls that an understanding of Reconstructionism
is basic to an understanding of American Judaism
and American Jews.
In additional articles, the increasing incidence
of intermarriage between Jews and non-Jews is ap-
praised by Arnold Schwartz. "Anti-Semitism as a
Policy Tool in the Soviet Bloc" Ls the theme of
Maurice Fricdberg and Ronald I. Rubin and Gerald
Engel's "N'orth American Settlers in Israel" sum-
marizes the author's findings about the causes for
migration of American and Canadaians and why
some choose to remain in Israel while others elect
to return.
There are several other meaty articles which
make this year's edition important for reading and
study. In the article on "Jewish Scholarship in the
United States" by Menahem H. Schmelzer, this
reviewer's "The Enlightened: The Writings of
Luis dc Carvajal" is the recipient of fulsome praise.
The period covered in this article is 1967-1989
We urge that those who have not the patience
to read lengthy essays and those who might think
that they are not interested in Reconstructionism,
read pages 68 and 69 of the Liebman article since
they synthesize the values and principles of a ma-
jority of American Jews.
Persons interested in the organizational struc-
ture of American Jewry and in the structures of
Jewish national organizations will find thirty-nine
pages of information on the subject has been in-
cluded.
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Th smoke
bitter toba ; that they innol
take it into th
h i iti in ** '
Perhaps 1 i e the stroi
rage of the n if
as a i A Invi itment capital for the
manufacture of attractive narghilas. an in'
tional promotional campaign for the new fad. and
ran gel in on the ground floor of a great new
industry which may solve the nation's fin
lems. Got a narghlla, anybody?
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
The ORT At 90
yfHEN AN ORGANIZATION reaches the age of 90, it
usually takes a proud look at it- past achievements.
It naturally maps plans for its work in the future, also.
This is what the World ORT Union did at its n
Congress in Geneva marking the 90th anniversary of the
existence of the organization. Delegates from all over the
free world attended this historic conclave. Represent i-
tives of governments as well as of the United Nations
agencies with whom ORT works very closely address, d
them on the importance of ORT work, not only for Jews,
but aLso for various underdeveloped countries which ben-
efit from ORT experts.
The importance of ORT in Jewish life needs no elabo-
ration. The organization has establLshed an enviable rec-
ord during its 90 years of providing vocational training,
first for thousands of Jews in Czarist Russia and later for
hundreds of thousand of Jews all over the world.
Originated by a group of prominent Jews in St. Peters-
burg, it aimed at freeing Jews from charity by training
them to become skilled workers. This was a very impor-
tant development for Jews in Russia, where they lived
under oppression, many of them barely able to eke out a
living because of the existing anti-Jewish restrictions.
As the ORT program developed successfully in Rus-
sia during the years prior to World War I, it later spread
to Poland, Lithuania, Rumania and other countries when-
large masses of Jews lived in misery. In the years b. -
tween the two world wars, ORT became the most popular
organization among Jews in a number of European coun-
tries. Impoverished and educationally deprived Jews-
both young and adults have been given the opportunity
to learn trades and become workers depending on their
own earnings. This gave them a feeling of human dignity.
Today. 90 years after its foundation, ORT conducts
650 trade and technical training projects in 23 countries,
teaches 72 dfiferent job skills and maintains a teaching
staff of about 1,700 experts. Its schools instruct in a
broad range of occupations, including contemporary occu-
pations such as computer technology, refrigeration, elec-
tronics, aircraft maintenance, tool and die making. In each
country, ORT teaches the kind of occupations that offer
the best opportunities for later employment. Its multi-
plicity of programs introduces tens of thousands each
year to a meaningful and independent future.
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Panorama:______________By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Ml i MR __i
[^-J&!aWalKBBMtt0nC, ,-
They Want Jews, Not Cadillacs
EOKMKK N.Y. POLICE Inspector Sanford Gare-
lick, who recently spoke in Netanya, asked his
audience what America could send them.
"A half million Jews," someone
called out.
Funny people, the Israelis! Oth-
er people want Cadillacs or color
1 television sets, bill give them just
ilenty of Jews and they are satis-
I fled.
Israel believes men are not only
equal but Wonderful. Lvery niail
is worthy but lie must be in his right place to ex,, t
his full worth. If you put Einstein in a bakery, he
would obviously not be worth as much as in the
science laboratory. If there is no job for a working-
man, it doe.s not prove the laborer is worthless, but
thai he has not found his place. The worth of a man
la di termined not only by what he Ls but when be
is. A half million Jews anywhere in the world have
their worth, but in Israel, we may say their W
doubles.
Many grope to find their right place, how.
On.- ol the recent newcomers to Israel is a nieiv
Of Captain Dreyfus, the French officer who long
- Charged with betraying France to the Ger-
mans. His trial lea a young newspaper reporter,
Theodore Herzl, to write Das Judanstaat and found
the Zionist movement. Many were converted to
Zionism by Herzl's book, but not until now
the Drejfus family itself.
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tends to register Bald names with the \
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County, Florida.
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301 N E. 2nd Street, .Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
l lade l 'ounl v. Florida.
ALBERT! > VENTl'RA
(ow ner I...... i
11 20-2" 12 4-11
s... it,., i.oi-^.i, pia, in-
register snid names with the
k the Circuit Court ol Dade
it. Florida
I3PSTKIX AND CEPPOS
fH< FBS8IONAL A8SOC1A1 ION
fill ..-:. ZK.MEL, R08KI.N and
I HONNER P.A.
for npidicant
( a] a.- Blvd
33132
tl 13-20-27 12 4
NOTICE OF ACTION
T-iE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE
tvENTH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
CCUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
go. 71-20465
SUIT FOS DIVORCE
'AM .ll'.NN INI IS BLl'ST
:l UAIUE BLI ST.
'
i; IZABKTH M \RIE BLl'ST
II IS'!
i I rol I nil
I BETH MARIE Bl I
i utifl i thai
for DB ii -> Iin i"
. I ) -u ..t
. i-v rd iut At
the Bill of I
i a tot no>, DAVID
,. I4'.iT KV Till Btti
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< >HN TALARICO
.....used
To All Creditors and All Person < Hav- '
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
^ ..ii are hen by notified and re-
quired '. present any clnims and de-
mands \ii:..ii Mil may have ngainsl
Ihi of .lc >HN TAI.Alili ii de-
late ..i I 'mil- County, Florida,
to tin- Count) Judged ..f Dade Coun-
ty, and fill the same in duplicate and
i- provlrti .1 In s- lion 733 16, Floi Ida
Statuti flees In the un
ly Courthousi n Dade County, Flor-
ida, within \ nlendar monlhi
the inn of the fit si publii ntton hi I
thi ann- will be barred
M I Dated at Miami. Florida, thb 9th
. i. daj of Nov \ I 1970
at Miami, Florida, this
da) of November, A.D. 1970.
PHYLLIS DECKER MARTIN
1200 \'ia Salerno
Wlnterpurk, Florida
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
tin- 13th day of .Nov.. 1970,
Kl'KT VVELU8CH
Attorney for Estate of MOLLIAN
DECKER, DEC
167 Alni.ria A\ Dime
("oral Gables, Florida
11/13-20-27
12 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i< engage In
business under the fictitious namei
of VRTHL'K .1 PEARL, M.D.i RICH-
ARD I.. tll-ATZER, M.D.I DBS
PEARL mil HLATJ5EH P.A ai 9106
s.u R7th Ave Miami, Fla, : :: M
Intends to register said names with i
iio- Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida
DRS. PEARL AND GI.AT55ER
Pit' IFE8SII i.NAl. ASSi ii lA'ln in
SPVRBBK, ZI-TMBL. ROSKIN AND
HEILIIRONNER P A.
Attornc) n lor applicant
Km \ Hi..,av n,- Itlvd.
Miami, Fla. 33132
11/11-20-27 12 t
T.
riu ;
or
file : i.i Drij
i'i. adi'ig in the . the Circuit Court on or i
imIi da) "i ltecentber I
i i 'hi to do so, Judgment by
, i I., i ik.n against you for
f demanded in the Bill of
i si t| I" publisl id oni .
...i for i.-ui consecutive weeks
. JEW ISH FI.OBIDI \N
of .'. AND IRDERED at Miami.
ibis '.mi da) of Novembi r
i 19711.
, U LKATHEHMAN, Clerk,
(Court, l Miil< 'ount). Florida I
Bj: c P. fWPEl and
U.-i'uu Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/13-20-27 1-4
'HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61869 (Dowliny)
Jwta'o "I
OL S. Iv IVACS
c.wd.
CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
ICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
FINAL DISCHARGE
ICE l hereb) given that l
il-d ii I'liml Report and Pe-
i III -:.!. u'.lon and Filial DIs-
,i- \ou,: ntstt ator C T A of the
, I < \M1 III. S. K< VAC8 and
p:.ii the IDth day of December,
upplj ." On Honorable
ludgi i ol I '-.'I' < 'ouin >. Flo-
, ai>l r\ ii ol snJU Final Report
. r .ii-n II w ..ii It, '1 final di.--
i i A.lnnnii-'r.ilor t' T.A. "f
of uie above-nami I de-
t. Tlii- 29th day of I'. lobi r, I97
/*/ 'l> IPIS E Ki IVACS
LiOllUi ''. K' .i-
Ml,AN'. I'i IRTEB,
NHttN A: KLBNIN
\\' 1st Stn el
,. Fla :::. -.'
U'13-20-27 12 I
HE COUNT* JUDGE'S COURT
\l AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-40^7 (Clark)
' I'.-1.it-- ..I
*-ViM.ANDA MIM'.K
wbfud.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ll !r.-/iitorw -.ml All Persons 11.iv-
t'l.i.i is or i>.-.mioi.is Against Said
u lira lier.-liy AOtlfM and r'-i-uu-
, ill atty ,-lainis and demands
' vi.it ni.iv nave against the cs-
i I \ >LANL>A MERK de-
I .i bite if I' ol.- < "ounty, Florida,
fhi Count) ludgrs ..f Dade Ooun-
-iud file the same In duplicate -ind
'I". i.t- .1 in Section 733.16, Florida
in their offices III tile COWl-
rhouse In Dado County, Klo-
ithln six ulendnr months
time oi the ;;_si publication
the tme u -ii i" ban ed.
Hed at .Miami. Florida, tliis 4th
. No) mln-r. -\ 1 >. 1970.
ESTER HEOBDI 8
As EsevutrlN
rsi publication of iliis notice on
dav of N.-v.-in'.. r, 1970
IONOVITZ, SILVER A BOOTH
for I IXc ulrix
i.-
ll '18-20-27 U/4
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-20463
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I ASI1IK
Iff,
i-\ si ilk-
am.
iTOU Marina l-'ashili. r.-id. in II
I required i.. file yout am
| mplaint for dlvorci witl
I** rk of 111. ai.. v. "url :.''!
I copy thereof upon, HERMAN
Ksy Attorney for plaintiff
'l Congress Uldg Miami. ( I
I1"'." or before 1' ci mhi r Ith, 1970,
I*' a 1. fault ill bo < nton a
(Bn.^t you.
Nov. 9 1970.
B It LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
' maui;ii:kiti: KENT, D C.
cull Court s.-nli
ll u-ao-23 l-
Ralph Talai Ico
As I:\. eulor
Fit pul tit Inn of this n
the 13th dnj "i Nov 1970
SILVBRRTETN \- KU ITNEY
I :> Paul Kw ii n. >
Attorney for listnte
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Fla.
11 '13-20-27 12 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND Fr>R rsr.c COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE .o. /o7532
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
EVELYN MERKIN HAIITW1G,
Plaintiff,
\\ W.Vi: 11 AI'.TW let.
Defendant
TOl" WAVNE HATtTWIO, residence
unknown, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your written defenses to this!
divorce with thi Court's Clerk and
serve a cop) upon Plaintiffs Al-
lot.....vs. VON ZAMFT SMITH,
!S12 Capital Bank Bldg., Miami. Flo-
rida on or I,.-r..r<- th*- 22nd da) ol
December, 1970, -;.- the Complaint |
> .11 be ml.. rt
DATED: November 16. I
i: B l EATHERM \N. CI ERK
BY: '' P COPELANI)
I ii ohm clerk
.. ,r. uil ''"in 8< ul'
11/20-27 12 4-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3986
CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate "t
NATHAN PER I. MAN
|)l a-. I
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* AgalmH Bald
Estate:
Vi^u are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which mhi may hav.- against
the estate of NATHAN PBRLMAN rii
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dado Coun-
ty, ami file the same In dupllc..... and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ i-al.-inlar monihs from
the lime of iii<- frst publication hot*-
til be barred.
ii. Florida, ihi.- 30th
October, A D, 1970.
Pauline Perlman
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 13th day i I Nov 1970.
FRISHMAN A FEIN
Attot n.-ys for Executrix
4:'" Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Fla. ....
11/18-20-27 1-.4
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20828
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BMIRDIO SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff
i>
I.II>I.V HIVAS DE SANCHEZ,
i'. luani
Ti >: I II H \ RIVAS DE SANCHEZ
\., 1604
Vpt 4
Marln'iiao, I lavann, 'ul .1
You, l.ll'IA RIVAS DE SANCHEZ.
.11. hereb) not I led that a Bill of
t.'nmplHlnl for i livorce has 1.....n filed
ngninsl you, and you are required to
nervea cop) nl .-.in Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill -> Comnlnlnl on Ihe
Plaintiff's attorney, GROVER CIM-
RNT WEINSTEIN A STAl'BER,
p \ :::,ii I Incoln Road, Miami Bench,
Florida 33139 RSI 1241 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In Ihe
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd 'fay of
I ii ember, 1970. If you fall to do so.
iiiiiuin.ni by default "ill 1"- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bui of Complaint.
This 11,alee shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of November
A H 1970.
K. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit C 11 rt I'.nii County, Florida
By: I. BNEEDEN
Dcouty Clerk
(Cln uit curi Real)
RROVBR CIMBNT WEINSTEIN
ft STA1IBER, P A
::..i 1.01, nln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
a : torn m for Plaintiff
11 -(..-.- j -i n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTER-AMERICAN PROMO-
TIONS ci >. gl 8091 N W 6lh Si .
.Miami 33125 Intend to reglstei said
nam. with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
1 !t Ii Ktlno I: Lopei
Jose 1. if/.
and 1 lundlda Lopi
11 '.'"-:: :.' 111
NOTICE JN3ER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEitKltY RIVEN
iio- uini- rsigned,
In I-11 lies* undei 11 rictltli n- name
of ('Altlii // 1 id ITEL ni 13011 ii in
illaml Reai h. Kloriila it I' ds
to register id ni mi iih the '' erk
of Un Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
El >Ni HI c. (Rp.
By Rdw 1. Hi nig, i'i.-- dent
BNOLANDER \ III RNETT, Atl
169 l.,i. ..In Rond
Miami Beach Fla. 33139
11 20-27 is 1 II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62404-A
IN RE Ei tali if
I'AII. c \ 'I.T/.
Deceasi rt
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ii hereb) given lhat I have
filed my Final Refiorl and Petition
for Distribution and Vina] Discharge
as Administratrix of 'ne estate of
I'AI'l. C VI 'I TZ. deceased and 11 .11
on the 'Till day of December, 1970,
will opply lo tin- Honorable County
Judges .f Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Reporl and
for dlstrlbullon ami final discharge
as Administratrix of the estnti of
the aliove-nnmed d.......lent Tins r.th
day of November, I97n
DORIS M VOI TZ.
Adlii -
SAMI'ET. STEEN and rilll.ll'
R HECKERI INR
B) SAMI'EI STEEN
\ttnrni y
p 11 llox 1911
Coral Rabies, Fla. 53134
1: _'>-:: 1
NOT ,CE UNDER
FICTITIUUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
1I1. undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ORTSAC ENTERPRISES al I "
Box 42, Bhenuiulnah Sti.....n, Miami,
Fla. :;::i4.". intends to register said
nam.- with Un Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- > 'ounl) I-.
RAIMl'NDi 1 MARTINEZ lie CASTRl '
I 1 2(1 27 12 -l-U
of. or the same
Dated at Mia
day of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3727
Judge Dowling
in RE: Kst.......r
HERMAN SILVER
111 usi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Ing Claims or Demands
' You are I" 1 *! notified and requir-
ed to presenl an) claims and demands
which you ma> have against the estate
of HERMAN SIL\ ER '1 'OOased late of
1 mile County. Florida, to the 1 'i m t)
Judges "i 11 ide "ounty, and 1
same In duplicate and a
.-.. 1I011 733 In Florida
ilnir offices In the County Courthouse
m 1 Mde Count). Florida, with
calendar months fr -m Ihi time ol
flrsl publication hereof, or the
same u ill be barred ......
Dated al Miami, Florida, tin- 13th
da) "i November, A l> 1970
SH1R1 BY YATK1N
As Bxi. utrlx
Flrsl publication of this notice 1 n
Ihe 20th dav ..! November, 1970.
STBPHAN I. COHEN
Attorney for i:\-.uirix
1183 Kam- Con. ours.-. Hay Harbor
M'""K :::!n' 11 20-871S 4-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4'31
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Esti
HARRY SPEISER
I iei eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
II 11 are hereby notified and required
to present any clnims and demands
which vou ma) have against the es-
tate of HARRY SPEISER d< i il
late ol l lade County, Florida, to th.'
County Judges of Dade County, and
uie ihe same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad
rida. within si\ calendar months
from Ihe lime of Ihe first pul'licit Ion
hereof, or Ihe same "ill be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 20th
d.o of November, A l> 1970,
MARX FABER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tin- 27i ii dm of November, 1070,
MARX FABER
Attorney for Estate of
Harry Speiser
'..".'. Ainsle) Kuil.linK.
Miami. Fla 83132
11 :: 12-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undoralgned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious nam.'
of IBM LEATHER HOODS, INC at
s'j'.i Lincoln Rd., Miami Bench, Fla.
int.-mis to register said nam.- with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Had.- County, Florida
s A- s IIRY8K, INC.
RICH.MSH KROOP
At ti rii.-y for applicant
120 Lincoln lift Suite ",in
Miami Beuch, Fla. 38189
11 20-27 12 l-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN Rial
the und.-r-mn.-.i deairing lo engage
hi business under the fictitious nam.'
of DEL MAR TV al 923 \V. st 39th
Sir.-.-;. Miami Beach, Fla. int.-mis to
register said nam.- with the Clerk
ol the Circuit Courl of Dade Coun-
1 ly, Florida
Del Mar TV. Inc.
I :\ I arry Nathan, Pi -
HENRY NORTON
Attot ney for applli
1406 Blsca) m Building
Miami. Fla.
11 27, 1- 1-11-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN POBATE
No 70-4631
FRANK B. DOWLINC
in RE: ': hi
I.. ie i'i n 1. Bl STEIN.
I......n 1
NOTICE TO CREOITC-
To All ''. 'lit' 1 ind All I'i 1
In Ag 11.-; s .1
V,.i an hereb! notified nnd r.-.m r-
, .1 ... in inlm ii di mnnds
.1 iiraltiHi 11.....
late of ROSE FINKEI.8TEIN de-
ceasi .1 late of I. idi '"lint). Florida,
to ihe 1 "ounty in.I", s ..1 1 > and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In S Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within six ilendai months from
iio- time of the flrsl nuhllcatlon herk-
,.1 .,1 the same w ll be barred.
Dated III Miami. Florida, this 20th
da) of Novembet A 1' 1970
MARTIN FINE
As Admit Islt Htor
Flrsl publication -.f this nottci on
the '.'Till day "f November 19*1
I FINE. JACOBSON ft Bl OCR
Attnrne) for Idm nlstrator
mi East Fl nil 1 Stn et
Miann. Florida
II '27 1 !-- -11-1*
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 FOR DIVORCE
HARRY PEACH
Plaintiff,
ANITA GONZALEZ PEACH
Dfctidant,
Tii; A VITA ROVZALEZ PEACH
90." Tetuau St
.11..1111.1. I'nloinines
You. ANITA RONZAT.EZ PEACH,
are hereb) notified that a Bill 01
Complaint for Dlvon e has been filed
ngainsl you, and you are required l.
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing i" tin- Complaint on the Plaintiffs
Against said attorney, LOUIS K I'.l'.l.l .1:1: I:
Me,..In Road Suit* No. 288. Miami
Beach, Florida SSI39 and rile the
original Answer or Pleading
,,,-,,, ,. 1 the Clerk of Ihe Cln nil
Court on or bi foi the 2Srd day of
11,., mi.. 1970 11 "U fall lo .' -
iiiduin.ni by default w.n be Ii
provided In ngainsl you for thi rellel demanded
Btutut s, in | the 1: 11 ol 1 '-.111.1.1 l-'it.
notice shall be publlshd once
: mHi .1. ecutlve u. eks
in THE JEWISH Fl > 'RIDIAN
1 < n 11 nitl ii-'ttl-'.i > at
Florida ih'- 12th da) of Novi
\ p 1970
1 EATHERM AN, Clerk.
1 uit Court, 1 tni) Fl >t ido
B) I. SNBEDEN
111 nulv Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
I Ol !.- i: BBLI Kit
4:'n Lincoln Rond, Suit'
Miami Beach, Florida 8
A,.,,..yforl-l..,n,iffi] ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3'69
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ALBERT I I'-AUI'.AK'i IFF
1'.-,. used
T.. ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
County. Fin- 1 Estate:
Y"U a'"'- lo-r. I.>" notified and re-
quired to pr.-si-ni any claims and .!.-
mauds wht.h you may have against
ih.- estate of Al BERT I BARBA-
KOFF dee.-used late of Dade County,
Florida, lo the County Judget ol
Dade County, and file thi same '
duplicate and as provided In Section
:.;: 16, Florida Statutes, iii their of-
fices in the Cnurtty Courthouse In
Bade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of ih.
flrsl publluatiOn hereof, or thi* same
u ill 1- but 1 -d
Dated at Miami. Florida this 18th
da) 01 November, A l> H'7o,
LENA BARBAKt FP
A- Ehfei utrix
Flrsl publication of this
the 30th day of Novembi 1
1:1 IBERT 'I DEN
Attorney for Executrix
713 Olympln liidu Miami. 11 <
II 20-27 12 l-L
-ii.
o
l:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4'?S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Et late of
TIIKI..MA ZITREEN,
[ as. d
To All Creil and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You are hereby notified and reoulrt 1
to present an) claims and demands
which vou ma) havi he es-
ia.....1 TIIKI.M \ ZITREEN, de. eas-
.-,1 late "'' 1:. J. Count) Florida, n-
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the -ann- in duplicate and a-
provlded in Si 16, Florida
Statutes 111 thell the Cout
ly Courthouse In Dade Counli I
Ida, within six calendar months from
iio- fir.-t publli nt Ion here-
of, or th. -am- u ll bi barred,
IHtted at Miami, Florida, tin- 24th
.:. ,.1 Ni remhi r A.D I!
.1 VCK w BISOLASS
As Bxei 11101
First publication of tins notice on
h dav Of No vend,1 1 1970
SIM< in, hai s .v.- .:i:i'Ni'\\ i
Bj M..-. .1 1 Iruudwtfg
t'ttorni > lot I Ixecutor
101 Ainsle) Bolldlng
I Florida 33132
ll : i-n-13'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN
Ihe undersigned, desiring i"
in business under Ihe fictitious name
,,f LA COQl'ILI.E at 1 1 Rlral Vve .
1 !oral Rabies mti iiilf to reglstei 1
name with the Clerk of Ihe 1
Courl "f 1 'adi 1 "ount). Fl
1.I1S II c VSTRi I
KBSSLER. ROTH. SHERADSKY
\- BRCKERMAN
Attorne) for npplli mil
1895 8 w 3rd Ave
_'--t-ll-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3499
GEORGE T. CLARK
In RE: Estat.....
K.UMA HELLER.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors am! All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Agnlnsl Snid
1: late:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any t-latms and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of EMMA HELLER de eased
late of I lade County, Florida, 10 the
County Judges .-i Dude Cou.ity, and
fill the same in duplicate and ..- pm-
\ id.-,l in Si ctloii 73 I 16, Plot Ida Stat-
utes, In their offices In the Count)
! Courthouse In Dadi County, Fbirlda,
within six caleud, mi 1 ll from the
time of th. firs' publli ntlon heKi f,
or the sami w di be '-. '; ed
i laied ai mi.un1. Floi Ida, thli 16th
UU1 Ol Novi mln 1. AH I!
MILTON S HEI I ER
SEYMOCR A lll-:i I 1:1:
.1 \ M I'S v ..... :
LENl 'RE FRANIvBL
\- I U
] pul .- .- !l 1
,1,,. \ .. mher 1970
MYERS. KAP1 V> I 'RTI
LEV1NSI IN .V ki:n IN
Alton > for Ex 1 eUl
! I Mi s u i'-i Bl S rei
Miami. Plorlda .
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits youi l^qci notice*.
Wo apprpcial? ygut
patronage and guarantee
accuiate servLc al iegal
rates .
Mai 373 W0'
lor mesaerger oorvlco


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"dewish Floridian
mi. Florida Friday, December 4, 1970
Section B
University's President To
Confer Honorary Fellowship
; assador Avraham Har-
presldent of the Hebrew
rsity of Jerusalem, will
at the Friday night serv-
: Temple Beth Sholom,
which he will confer an
ary fellowship u|>on Dr.
Kronish.
Kronish, rabbi of the Mi-
Beach congregation for 26
s, will become the 50th
lean in the 46-year history
.' Hebrew University to receive
II iwship. He will be the sec-
rabbi and the second person
In the Southeastern United
- les ever to be so honored.
Mr. Karman, who served as
;-: el's ambassador to the
ted States for eight years,
will fly into Miami Beach ex-
:: sly for the special service,
-.' duled to begin at 8:15 p.m.
will report on an "educa-
exp'OSion" in Israel this
which has seen Hebrew
. 'rsity's enrollment increase
0 X"). Of that number, some
_ < are new students. More
.'{'." r of the new students
from the United States and
tries other than Israel.
i: tl li Kronish and Ambassa-
Haroian have been closely
Ctcd with Israel activities
ther since the envoy first
n e to Miami Beach in 1931
hi 'r> launch the Israel Bonds
:gn here.
A member of t^e board of
.- nors of the Hebrew Vni-
sity, Israel's largest institu-
n of high learning, Dr.
h i natl inal chairn
-. m i u s of Is: '. Bon '-
i. ''; closely id 'Hi ifi >d
.....-\ th ol Amei Ic im In-
i i Isi i ition.
.,-i>- r v- |th h w'f >, Lil-
I: ibl Kronish -its Is-
once b >.>. Their
R.....'d, ;s in Jems item
-ti'i!- >' for the rabbinate as
p: iigr 'tn which Dr.
'i helped iistil Me under
h!ch .....rv B*"den1 of t^e H*-
' Un'in Oo'lege-J^wish In-
of R-ligion ithe semi-
nary of the Reform Movement 1
must study for at least one year
in Israel before becoming a
rabbi.
It was Rabbi Kronish who was
the first chairman of the Israel
committee of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis. He
played a major role in strength-
ening the ties of the CCAR and
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregation with Israel.
Dr. Kronish, the founder and
national chairman of the board
of the American Israel Histadrut
Foundation, and honorary chair-
man of the Histadrut Council
here, is a national vice president
and Florida president of the
American Jewish Congress, a
member of the board of trust-
ees of the HUC-JIR, former gen-
eral chairman of Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami and cochair-
man of the 1971 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign here.
I'nder Dr. Kronish's leader-
ship. Temple Beth Sholom has
grown from a handful of Miami
Beach residents to a congrega-
tion of more than 1.200 member
families. Friday night hundreds
of those families will join with
hundreds of religious, educa-
tional, business and civic lead-
ers to take part in the Investi-
ture ceremonies conducted by
Ambassador Harman.
.1 (-;< S. Poplck, national vice
president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Unive -
sity. saiii h's t'tl s'lma up the
reason why Rabbi Kronish was
rted.
"Dr. Leon Kron'sh ;s 'Mi t
Israel' in Greater Miami, the
state Florida, and the entire
South. And there is no oth
i ibbi better known in the entir<
United st ttes for his work in
supporting Israel and the H< -
!,. Univeraitv than I .eon Kron-
ish.'' Mr. Popick asserted.
A c'osn friend of Israel's P"e-
meir Golda Meir. Finance Min's-
ter Pinhas Sapir, Histadrut
treasurer Yehoshua Levy and
scores of other prominent Is-
raelis. Rabbi Kronish's tall per-
sonage is known throughout Is-
rael.
Whether it be at the King
David Hotel in Jerusalem, the
Sheraton in Tel Aviv or at Kupat
Holim installations in Beersheba,
Ramie or Eilat, the call over the
public address system can be
heard every summer: "Telephone
call for Rabbi Kronish." And
the person on the other end is
likely to be President Harman.
Minister Sapir, Treasurer Levy
or Sam Rothberg, chairman of
both Hebrew University and Is-
rael Bonds.
Visiting Israel is never a true
vacation for Rabbi and Mrs.
Kronish. But you can't keep
them away. And that is why he
will become a member of one of
the most honored societies in
Jewish history Friday night.
Resolution Issued By
Rabbinical Association
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami meeting of
Is and congregational presidents of the synagogues and
temples of the Greater Miami area this week was called to foil >
up on the Rabbinical Association's recent resolution which called
for full mobilization of the religious community for all out sup-
ix>rt of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1971 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
The meeting w is convened by Rabbi So! Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth Da\ Id Congregation, who is president of the
Rabbinical Association. The progress report given by Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff. director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service, who is the Association's Execu-
tive vice president, showed that thus far 28 synagogues have al-
ready scheduled fund raising functions for the 1971 campaign.
Myron J. Brodie. associate executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, reported on the unprecedented needs
and goals for the 1971 campaign at the meeting this week.
The Rabbinical Association then issued the following resolu-
tion:
"We, the spiritual and lay leadership of the Greater Miami
Synagogue community, having met in an extraordinary session,
and having reviewed with one another the crisis with which the
State of Israel and the Jewish people is confronted, do affirm:
1. That our destiny as American Jews is inextricably linked
to the fate of Israel and world Jewry;
2. That our attachment to the synagogue emphasizes our
loyalty to all of the Jewish people;
3. That membership in the synagogue is a privilege which
bears with it a heightened sense of responsibility toward
our people and our community.
"Then be it resolved that we call upon all the Temples and
Synagogues in the Greater Miami area to take those steps that
they deem necessary to aim for the participation of 100% of
their respective membership in the General Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1971 campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund."
MIUTARY D0MBMTK UtMUH
Significance Of
Sejna Testimony
TOR'S NOTE The in"-' Impor-
lltary defei tor from the 8-vlei
Ufin ral Jan Be>Jn i, fornv r Flrat
-. .- rotary of lh< Ci h<
. f i.. nie, came out In
. of his chief patron,
tntonln Novoti
i ho ha once or t Ice n f< r i passed m lo the I' -s
General Sejna. has
a i h he i onld< i-
> important; this l his -i" '
u hat imis revealed,
5HINGTON V.r.- and away
-i Imp trtant military d I
from the Communist bloc is
J n Sejn i, a pale, Intelligent,
isly tense man who was
P irty Secretarj of the Czech-
k Defense Ministry until the
hii great patron, President
nin Ninotny.
la Czechoslovakia's false dawn
! hope and freedom. Gen. Sejna
I ; to Washington. He fled he-
he was a Novotny man.
rather than a Dubcek man, yet
Ith i very fact makes his testimony
\ St y more important. For as a
V- ivotny man he was very much a
!-bloc insider while he held
[h.s key post in Prague.
One must begin with an ail-but
lin credible fact, already touched
Vn. which has attracted very
little attention until now: the pn --
enl Soviet defense minister, Mar-
sha.: Andrei Grechko, secured his
pi si with the support of the Ie
Ing Soviet marshals and generals
in defiance of the ruling Soviel
!' esidium headed by Leonid Bre-
zhnev. This is as though the
it Chiefs of staff had for
Richard Nixon to name Gen. Cur-
th Lemay to the secretaryship ol
tdle: -e. when the President real!)
wanted Melvln Laird. It is there-
fore a fairly sensational fact, a
fact buttressed by intelligence quite
independent of Gen. Scjna's testi-
mony.
Briefly, the Soviet Union's pro-
fesstonal military leaders were
slaves, like everyone else, until
the death of Josef Stalin. In the
power struggle that then ensued.
however, Marshal Gcorgyi Zhukov.
the great war hero, was the most
important supporter of Nikita
Khrushchev.
After rescuing Khrushchev from
his enemies in June, 1967. Zhukov
actually added full membership in
the Soviet Presidium to the post
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Mrs. Bonem Selected
Woman Of The Year
Selection of Mrs. Klso Bonem as
toman of the Year was announc-
this week by the Greater Miami
iTiiniff r

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len's Division. American
i ndl of the Hebrew Univer-
RABBI INVITED
TO INAUGURATION
Rabbi Elliot J. WinoRrad,
spiritual leader of Temple
Israel of Miramar. has been
invited to represent the Jew-
ish community of Florida at
Ihe Tallahassee ceremonies
inaugurating the state's new
governor, Reubin Askew, on
Tuesday, Jan. 5,
Rabbi WinoRrad has been
lected to deliver the bene-
diction after Gov. Askew
takes the oath of office.

According to Mrs. Trudy Ham-
erschlag, president, the award Is
Riven annually to a resident of the
State of Florida who has served
her community through civic, cul-
tural, educational and philanthrop-
ic endeavors.
Mrs. Bonem, who resides in Chi-
cago as well as Miami Beach, is
well known in both communities.
She and her husband Adolf Bon-
em. are founders of the Self-Help J
Home for the Aged in Chicago. A
member of the board of the Hista-
drut. she has contributed the Else
Bonem Medical Centre and the1
Electronics Department in the
Ramie Trade School.
Locally, she is a m<"ml>or of
Tempi" Beth Sholom. Hadassah,
Douglas Gardens Jewish Homo for
the Aged and American Jewish
Congress. Mrs. Bonem served her
community throughout World War
II driving an ambulance for the
American Red Cross.
On her fifth trip to the State of
Israel in July, Mrs. Bonem dedi-
cated a 72-bed student hostel at
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem's Levy Eshkol Faculty of
Agriculture, in Rehovot.
At that dedication ceremony.
President Avraham Harman of
the Hebrew University, who stress- j
ed the importance of Mrs. Bonem's
vork in fulfilling Israel's human
| needs, said: "She is a member of
! the Woman of the Book Society.
j a section of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University support-
i ing the Jewish National and Uni-
versity Library on the Univer-
sity's Glval Ram campus in Jeru-
salem, and a Builder of Scopus
. one of a dedicated groun support-
ing the Hebrew University's
, scholarship program for needy and
deserving students."
A luncheon honoring Mrs. Bon-
em will be held on Wednesday. Dec.
16, In the Eden Roc Hotel with
Mrs. Jack Kat/man as chairman
and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis as princi-
pal speaker.
Dr. Louis Schwnrtzman
Brotherhood's Speaker
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Kl
will hold its bi-weekly Sunday
morning breakfast seminar on
"Jewish Contributions to the Arts,
Science, Literature and Religion"
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple, 1351 S.
14th Ave.
The public is invited to hear Dr. i
Louis Scbwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Bur-
eau of Jewish Education, speak on
"Jewish Profile In American Lit-
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past national vice president of Na- j
tional Young Judea. past director,
of Seaboard Zionist Youth Region. I
a director of Ch. 2 TV's "Living
Hebrew." and editor of the "Jew
in the Modern World" series and
"Crisis in Jewish Life.
Louis Merwitzer, president of the Hebrew Academy, presents
first ticket for its annual dinner in the Deauville Hotel, which
will be held Jan. 10, to Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder, who will
be guests of honor. Looking on is Herman Shaw, chairman
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Friday. December 4, 197Q

Miami Chapter Of Hadassah
Youth Aliyah Event Monday
The Miami Chapter of Hadas- gration movement of which Ha-
,nd anm: is a principal supporting
v th A'.ivah Pledge Luncheon agency in the United States, has
een unique in its redemption of
Jewish youth, for over three and a
lhalf dec:.
. In the United States and eke-
v here throughout the world, con-
ned teachers, private and gov- (
jei and child bur-1
> of many kinds h
itching the work of Youth Ali-
yah.
The conviction is growing, es- ,
illy among those working with
I backw ird groups in
country that the "secret for-
I i" of Youth Aliyah may be ap-
plicable wherever nations
i faced with the problems Involved
with deprived chil Iren
its inception in 1939, Youth
, Aliyah has helped more than 120.-
; 000 young people move from con-
n and displacement into se-
curity ami active citizenship.
MBS. Bt*ME SALPHtK
Monday at 11:30 a.m. in the Four
Ambassadors Hot'.. Mrs. Morris
M. Herman president, has an-
nounced.
The guest speaker for the after-
noon will be Mrs. High Salpeter,
national vice president of Hadas-
sah. The "roving fashion show"
during lunch will be presented by
Jean Berry of Dadeland; the en-
tertainment will be by corned an
Mickey Scharp.
Youth Aliyah. the child immi-
BoiH-liek Honoree When
Furl>aiid Branch Meets
QUel Bonehek. national presi-
di nt of Karband, L.Z.O.. founder
of the American Poale-Zion move-
ment and prominent leader of
American Jewish affairs since the
inning of the century, will be
the guest of honor at Sunday's
7 i0 p.m. general meeting of the
Ohaim Weizman Branch of Far-
bar.d in the Washington Federal
Auditorium at 1234 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Bonehek.
was the original sponsor of Ben-
Gurion and Ben Zvi in the found-
ing of the American Jewish Le-
gion during World War I.
Moe Levin, the branch's chair-
man, will speak on the topic "Is
Israeli Youth Different?" and
Chavera Viola Freed, who recent-
ly returned from a trip to the
V.S.S.R., will give an eyewitness
n port on Soviet Jewry. Entertain-
ment and refreshments will follow.
Showing their elation over the success of
Beth David's fourth annual Fine Arts Festival
are (left to right; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Spector,
honorary chairmen; Mrs. Henry Kamen,
chairman-elect; Mrs. Nathan Glover, chair-
man, and Mrs. Sol Landau, wife cf Beth
David's spiritual leader, advisor
Week's Schedule For JWY Auxiliaries Mrs. Miller Will Teach
member- tea is scheduled at the Conversational Hebrew
of Mollie Ungar. Thursday, Mrs. M. M. Miller, a m
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Beth Raphael Sisterhood
Elects Officers For 1971
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphael has elected its officers for
the year 1970-1971. it has been
announced.
Heading the group's activities
for the coming year will tx> Mrs.
Hyman Berger. honorary presi-
dent; Irene W. K. Weeker
ident; Mary Gerstman and Bea
Goldworn. vice presidents; Rose
Sherman, treasurer; Florence Por-
ter, financial secretary; Amy Ro-
senkrantz, recording secretary;
Miss Clara Horowitz, correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Samuel S.
Goldberg, installing officer.
Activities scheduled by the local
' irish War Veterans Auxiliaries
this wi ek incl
Norman Brace Brown 1*4
e the telecart at Veterans
Hospital Saturd
klatch" in the 11th floor recrea-
tion room.
Murray Solomon 248
party for patients at the Veterans
Hospital Saturday at 7 p.m.
Miami Beach :<:<0Board meet-
ing. 8 p.m. Wedi the home
of Pearl Herman.
Victor B. fteedinaa 619 An-
nual Queer, for a Day Luncheon"
Thurs 10.
North shore 677 Regular busi-
ness meeting. 7 Wednes-
day (Washington Federal, 1234
Abe llor<.wit/ 682 Ai xiliary
members Ril Sas I.
Haspi. .-
for pa- 11th floor of
'-.' iday morn-
ing. H. lident, v. 111
-
10. at
2300 NK
171 -
Paint East 6M ?. ''' iss-
lay i Point
:-:
Harry H. < ohea tSS Depart-
Abramo-
official visit at
- iay during the reg-
ting (Surfside
aty Center i.
< ol. David Marcus 746 On
iy, a "member-bring-a-
Dec. 10, thi Auxiliary members
will service the telecart at Vet-
erans Hospital, bringing the port-
table telephone to the patients
who are confined t" their h Is
Spinoza Forum Lectures
for Month Of December
Actor Henry Howard was to be
ber's first Spinoza Forum
lecturer. His presentation Thurs-
day in the Washington Federal
irium, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, was entitled "A Nite
in the Theatre."
\ scheduled to appear this
month in the weekly 10 a.m. to
noon sessions are Dr. Benjamin
Colman. a psychologist who "ill
kcture on "The Art of L
D. c 10; Dr. Ja.k A. Capchan, a
psychologist, speaking on "Modern
Is in Psychology" l>< c 17;
Sam Paseo. president ol Soul
: i B'nai B'i ith Lodges, who
will c!.- .-- the Anti-Defan
Dec 2 I, and Jack Woody,
Miami B< ach Rec-
Depai tment, who will de-
scribe what tlii city is doing in
behalf of recreation Doc. 31.
Temple Beth El, Holly.. ,
conduct a class in coi
Hebrew for adults at the I
beginning Monda>' at 9
has been announced. M
is a native of Jerusa
graduate of Teach) rs C
lumbia University and
rheological Seminary.
Also scheduled for M
the "Living Bible" sci. s
at 10:30 a.m. in the ch., I
Temple Beth El, 1351 S, 14th Ave,
w ith Dr. Samuel Z. Jafl
Ing a study ol the Book ol Prov-
erbs, and the "Conversation with
the Rabbi" to take place
chapel lounge ..i noon.

Single Parents Dance
A dance has been SClH
Nero's Nook ol the Twi
sars Hotel from 8:30 p.m. to mid
night Sunday for members ol I m
Single Pan nis ol Miami
and their fri< n Is. The
eludes one drink. Singl
or divorced men and awn h
tween the agi s of 25 and 48
invited to attc i
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the (A/oman s lAJorld
Friday, December 4, 1970
Page 5-B
'71 Campaign Pledges
Show Big Increase
"There's nothing like establish-
ing commitment among yourselves
before asking oth -rs to share an
bllgation," declared Mrs. Jerome
Kipnis, whu was h.(dressing the
' xocutive Committi.....f the Great-
Miami Jewinh Federation's
lei't Divisi >n.
'I'h.' 18 women present for a
- discussing the
'U of tho Jewish people pledged
i ~> \prx-il Israel Emergency Fund
. impaign; these same women con-
i iiitcd S13.50O to the 1970 cam-
411. As each woman entered the
room she was presented with a
; of a giant jigsaw puzzle
which, when placed together,
formed the bottlers of Israel.
We hf-lpod strengthen the bor-
ders and fill in the dancing chil-
dren on the face of Israel," Mrs.
Kipnis, Women's Division cam-
paign chairman, said. "It was only a
C ime and to illustrate the game and
its importance we worked in pairs
,"id ultimately as a team. Un-
sophisticated? Yes. Over-simpli-
I " and we all know that this map
IS symbolic of a reality.
'It can only remain a reality if
we and the rest of the Jewish
women of America act in the finest
traditions of our heritage. 'To be
born a Jew is an accident.' it has
been said, 'but to live like a Jew-
is an achievement.'
This year's campaign will he one
of sacrifice -'Sacrifice for Survi-
val.' Mrs, Kipnis declared.
According to Mrs. Kipnis, one
woman after another substantial-
: ly increased her gift to both the
CM A and the IKF campaigns. "The
dramatic increase in giving indi-
cates that, perhaps for the first
| time in Greater Miami's history.
people are giving their gifts with
enthusiasm and a sense of pride,"
she said.
"We now have ample evidence
: that our community is coming of
i age, not only is recognizing the
1 needs of our local agencies but in
accepting and understanding, with
I maturity, its role in helping Israel
i survive during these most critical
times in her brief history."
"A dream is worth dying for
! only if it's worth living for and
i giving for, and it is our historic
and moral obligation to make that
dream worth living for. to those
who believe it's worth dying for."
I Mrs. Kipnis concluded.
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p
At a meeting of the key leadership of the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation recently, 18 women
contributed S25.550 to the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Participants included
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, (left) vice president. Area Coordination;
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, chairman, Trustee & Benefactors
of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Harry Orleans, chairman of the
Miami Beach Area Board.
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A Proclamation praising the efforts of B'nai
B'rith Women in behalf of the Building Fund
campaign being conducted fcr the BBW
Children's Home in Israel, was presented by
North Miami Beach Mayor David Lapham at
a recent meeting in the Auditorium of the
New Horizons. From left are Mrs. David Le-
Vine, president of BBW's Broward-North
Dade Council; Mrs. Arnold Braun, South
Florida area coordinator for the Building
Fund campaign; Mrs. Morris Bernstein, the
Brcward-North Dade campaign chairman;
Mayor Lapham; Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, second
vice president, BBW District Five, and Mrs.
Nat Miller, national committee member for
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Friday. December 4. 1973
&4Lout f^eople and f^U
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Peshkin and North Dade Chapters of Children's Asthma
Research Institute end Hospital will conduct a door-to-door
and street-solicitations drive Dec. 11-17, using "Drop a coin
as d help a child with Asthma" as their slogan. Pictured with
the chairman of North Dade Chapter, Mrs. David Mison-
zr.:ch. (left' is the Hon. David M. Lapham, Mayor of North
Miami Beach and chairman of Peshkin Chapter. Mrs. Robert
Herbert. Proceeds will help children suffering from intract
cble asthma and its allied allergies.
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The Jade Winds Chora! Group, which mads
public a- at a re ting
n Club of Greater Miami in the
:
is I in f]
into the formation of
the- I "''>' ono P1'""
I :
ft Arts Lea tor at the
ion in New York City. The
.... who ha\ : home,
.; songs
from musical comedies, a; ew melo-
dies, with Adele Hellman as moderator, and
Frances Benjamin. Ruth Stern and Ida Schni ider
as soloists.
DO WE HAVE A SCOOrr
Helen Shevack ha> received a life sentence
from Judge Albert H. Saperstein By the
time you read this. thy will be married. They
had planned to be married next year but the
Judge kept pushing the date up. He's a legend
in this town and Helen U too. Everyone is just
as excited about this marriage as if it were occur-
ring in their own families. Congratulations to
you both and our best wishes for love and
happiness.
WINNER WAS A MINOR DETAIL
When Ricky Guthmann was Bar Mitzvah re-
cently, the ceremony was beautiful, but the
party that his parents. Edward and Sue Guth-
mann. hosted for him afterwards was the hist
woid. Ana there was an added dividend. The late-
goers-home after the party decided to attend
the next day's Dolph.. together, a.m. the Guthmanns chartered Th char-
tered bus was equipped with a bai ind sto
with all kinds of delicious sandwiches, and good-
ies arrived before noon, and bus was
filled with passengers An ing
were Dr. and Mrs. David Kramer, Dr, and Mrs
Donald Levencon, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haven,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Furman, Mr. ind Mrs. Ezra
Lorber. Mr. and Mrs. A! Bakst. And, of course
all the kids were there, too. Sue says that it is
simpiy a nightmare getting back into your char-
tered busparticularly if you forget its nun
They're all parked together, and look exactly
alike. But everyone had a great time. Which team
won
the football game was a minor deta:'.
\ RKAI. SIRI'RISE
, a stu'.i'-'.t at the Uni.
11 ; n ,:r., .. ;,! .i U) iring an Alph I
ph ,, had t 'd her p
-. >! M would he com
: ii living, but she ra p sed th
two whole days earli r. S i
ne] n-heri th< Pilzer c'-:n got togeth
il, d mi 'liter of the Da-i P ". -
who is going to 1 for the holi.i -
Will : ndon, and ma;.'i
see the Queen.
THE WHOM. BIT
For many years the Friday after T
giving has belonged to Phyllis I Mrs Of Rats n
and her mother Mrs. Charlotte Rosenthal
go to Palm Beach for th day and shop like I
up one side of the street and then down I
other, but not buying much. This year, Mrs !'. >
enthal bought some dresses, but Cartiers u a
where they had the most fun. Phyllis had .
trying to match the bracelet she got for her in-
niveisary before they went to Petite Mam
for lunch. Phyllis said. "There were very h
pants suits in evidence. Palm Beach is very
staid compared to Miami Beach!"
WONDER WHAT HAPPENED TO BETSY*
A lot of lovely things have happened to V- tsy
i Mrs. Robert' Grossman Jr. since she
away from Miami. First of all her husban I Bob
the son of the Robert Grossman's of Miami B
receive,! his Law degree from the Unlversitj
Florida in August, He is now working on his
M r's degree in Taxation at New York Uni-
ty, Judge Leo Weinrott of Phils
-.'. him Into the Florida Bar as an att >ri
last weekei I (Betsy is the daughter of Ha
and Bee Sley, who divide their time b tv
h and Phil id< Iphia. B it Bel )
s, if has I n quite busj since the mil!
She gave birth to an ador Me
15 ounce, 21-inch-Ion} rirl named Rob Bi
Th.i- Day the Grossman's took th
tfi Philadelphia to see her matern.il grand "
and Rob Bee will take her first plane r id
this month ;o see hei Miami grandparents
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Lorber Chapter or the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will hold its
regular meeting at 10 a.m. on
Tuesday in the Sweden House Res-
taurant on South Dixie Highway.
Mrs. Clarice Bonderud will give a
demonstration on flower arrang-
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The March of Dimes i- seeking
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for the Jan. 22-24 Mother's March
Mrs. Ira Reamer, chairman of
the county-wide drive announced.
Resi lenta ire uked to help by
giving one hour of their time to
fight birth defects through th
search, i>:.ti*-it care and education
progi im of the Dade Count) Chap-
ter, National Founaation-March ol
Dimes.
Birth defects annually afflict
230.000 children in the U.S.. 14.C00
of them in Florida. Mrs. Reamer
said. The Mothers' March Is net
limited t" women. Men who join
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te!. preceded by a social hour I
6 o'clock. Robert O'Mall y.
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Suzanne Goodman Becomes Bride Of Michael J. Fischer
Suzanne Gail Goodman became
the bride of Michael John Fischer
in ceremonies conducted by Rabbi
Ralph P. KiriRsley at the Dora I
Beach Hotel Saturday. Nov. i'S.
The 7 p.m. liiis were followed by
a reception for the couple at the
hoti i.
The bride, a graduate of North
i s >nior High School and the I
University of Miami, is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Philip Alman, 19920
m: 22nd Ct., North Miami Beach,
ar.d the late William D. Goodman.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and!
Mrs. Irvin Fischer of Miramar, is
a graduate of McArthur Senl r
High School and the University of
Miami.
Mrs. Milton Thompson, (left) Public Education chairman.
Dade County Chapter. National Foundation-March of Dimes;
Mrs. Ira Reamer, chairman of the Jan. 22-24 county-wide
Molhers' March of Dimes, and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
chairman of the Women's Advisory Committee, discuss
plans for next month's drive at the annual Volunteer Lead-
ership Conference on Birth Defects, sponsored by the Chap-
ter recently at the Miami Springs Villas. Volunteers are
needed for the Mothers' March. Mrs. Weintraub said.
Chapters Of Mizrachi
Women Mark Chanukah
Mrs. Donald S. Goodman and
Mrs. Samuel H. Summer served as
matrons of honor for the bride,
who had selected an ivory satin
gown trimmed with ivembroktercd
lace beaded with pearls and crys-
tals, a matching mantilla veil and
carried b cascade of white orchids
and y< How roses. Richard Fischer
served tne groom as best tan; the
ushers were Andrew Fischer,
Pi ter Fischer, Donald Goo
Samuel Summer, I..... Bacall and
Dr. Joseph Maggiore.
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer will make
their home In North Miami after
a honeymoon in Jamaica.
7 t MRS. MICHAEL ). FISCHER
Pioneer Women Announce Schedule Of Activities
Pioneer Women Club No. 2 will ( will be reviewed by Rose Meyerson
have a Chanukah Festival and con- Oblitz. Fannie Gil.son, president,
cert Saturday at K p m. in Miami
Beach Federal Auditorium, 755
Washington Avc. Participants in
will preside.
Petite Luncheon And
Book Review Tuesday
A nala petite luncheon and book
review will be held by the OhoW-i
Torah Women at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
The Golda Meir Chapter of Pio-
the program will be Samuel Hci- neer Women will hold their annual in Bc,n lsrai'' <-ongregation,
fetz. Frances Packnr, piarvst Hel- Pte-Chanukah Luncheon at the Al- j '70 40tn st- vllaml Beach.
Siers Hotel Sunday at noon with I Highlight of the afternoon will
Rabbi David Raab as guest speak- M*" a review of "Beggar in Jenj-
r. Musical entertainment will be! salem," by Elie Wiesel. according
u.. i/,iu.;. D....-11 _.;j to an announcement made by th?
by Kathenne Russell, accompanied, ,, v, ,
'groups presidium, Mrs. Pearl
by A.da Yaslow. Mrs. Nathaniel. Kolko Mpg_ Fay HUscn and Mrs
Soroff will be chairman for the | Sonia Orimland. The review will
The Beb Idelson Chapter of Pio- aftornoon President Katherine be given by Rabbi Berel Wein,
en Skolnick. Allan Dworkis. nar-
rator, and the we'1-known Syd
Skolsky. Proceeds will go to the
Child Rescue Fund. Frances Pack-
ar is president.
Aviva ( haptrr will hold a reg-
ular meeting at i p.m. Wednesday.
Dec. 14. at Beth David Congrega-
tion, 2625 SW 3rd Ave.: at noon
Monday. Dec. 21, Mrs. Esther Sol-
omon will host a Chanukah card
party and luncheon al her home,
Hi 7 SV, .Mh St.. Mrs. Simon April
is president.
Geula Chapter's White Ele-
phant s.i'u. Which will be open to
the public as well as to members,
will begin Wednesday, Dec. 9, at
S^O p.m. in Beth Israel Synagogue
7TU-40 St.. Miami Beach, fun and
bargains galore; Mrs. Aaron Katz
is preside nt.
Mrs. Isaac Berlin has scheduled a
meeting at 1 p.m. Monday. Dec T.
in the home of Sadie Belfert. 7745
Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Solom m Schiff will be the hon-
ored guest.
neer Women will hold a regular
meeting Wednesday noon at the
Washington Federal. 1133 Norman-
'" Dr.. ma^k'ni Jwish Book
Month. "The Well" by Chaim Grade
Lippman will be presiding.
I spiritual leader of Beth Israel.
Hatlkvah Chapter will hold
its board meeting il 10 i.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 10, at Jacob Cohen Syna-
gogue, Washington A 15th St: the
Chanter will hold its Chanukah
celebration Thursday, Dec. 17. at
Knseth Israel Congregation, Fu-
el. I and 14th Sts.. at 1 p.m.
Miami Beach Chapter's "latke
party" meeting will be held Tues-
day. Dec. 8, at 12:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
12th & Washing! >n Ave., Rachel
KatZ, pT( sldent, ins announced.
Rainaea Chapter president
Shalom Chapter will be partying
with traditional Chanukah latkes
T tesd ij !> :. 8, at 1 p.m. in the
clubroom of 100 Lincoln Rd. M a
dames Ehrenn Ich an I Reiman, the
pres lium, h i\ e also arrange I en>
tei' dm : this |oy us o?c >-
sion
Mhsraehil Florida CouboII office. j
at 407 Lincoln Rd.. suite U-E, Is
pen from 0 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon-:
days through Thursdays. All win-
ter residents, visitors and members
are welcome to visit or call and
make inquiries about any of these
meetings or anything pertaining
to the progiam of Mizrachi
Women.
Hadar chapter will ce'ebral i
Chanukah at its meeting Wednes-
i day. Dec. 16, in the home of Mrs.
I Jack Yasmin. 1307 Daytonia Rd..
Miami Beach.
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Friday, December 4, 1970
3t:
RIOK PREIS
- itu WC. 5, Rick, the son
, n.i Mn, Robert Freta, 6483
Btti it. IlMlrah. will b
I ftfjtevtfl at TVmple Tik'ivth
J >J>
.hth crrade student
Palm SprfMB Junior High
>l and a member of the Palrn
Inga i I: mtstti Football team.
I Mrs Freta "ill host the
Hewing services
IS\A< BKHAK
Isaac, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert lVlv.r of Miami B<-.ic-h. will
become a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Mcnorah. Saturday morning, Dec
Steven Rosenberg
Jack Krasner
Michael Raob
dents .;t Nautilus Junior High
School, and both are graduates ol
5. Ra'>!>; Mayer Abramowitz will Temple Emanu-EI Religious School
tlicia Korefiky Sfephonie Koretiky
Fri laj nignl and the Kiddush
owing the ceremony on Satur-
. in their son"s honor.
taternal grandparents are Mr.
officiate.
Isaac is a student at Nautilus
Junior ili?h School, where he is in
the eighth gra
The celebrant will be honored
at ,i luncheon following services In
Temple Menorah's Social Hall, and
a party for Isaac's friends will be
h M Saturday evening. Guests from
Puerto Rico and New York are
expected to be present.
LISA HILDEBRAN'nT
Lisa, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sanford Hildebrandt. will ob-
serve her Bat Mitzvah Friday eve-
ning. Doc. 4. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, with Dr. Max A. Lip-
schitz. spiritual leader of the Con-
gregation officiating.
Lisa, a student of the Hebrew
High School of Greater Miami, has
completed five years of Hebrew
aiid active members of the l.S.Y.
Both of the celebrants are in-
terested in music: Stephanie, who
plays piano, has won the National
Guild's Int.'l national Award.
JACK KRASNLK
Jack Louis, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Krasner. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Dee. 5. during th- 9 a.m.
services at Congregation B'nai
Raphael.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception hosted by his par-
ents in Hie Algiers Hotel.
Jack, the gnndSOn "t Mr. and
Mrs. M'l! la Apner. is the gri at-
grandson Simon B. Green.
Andrew Kleinberg
n citation of the Haf-
BRETT BECKER
Saturday, Dec. 5, during
t'.le ;
'.* a.m. services at T mple Beth
Tov. Brett, the son of Mr. an.'
Mm. Eugene Becker. 6580 su
26th St.. will Income Bar Mit/vah
with the
t.rah.
Brett attends Southwest Juni-
High School, where he is i.
kghth grade.
The celebrant's parents will host
the Oneg Shabhat Friday evenini
in honor of the occasion, as u
as the Kiildush following the ser\-
iees ami a reception Saturday
I ning at the temple.
Among the honored guests v
be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becki i ol
F.insl Hills. L.I.. N.Y.
; i Mrs George K. Warner of ; study at Beth Torah. and attends
.... Wash., paternal grand-
ther is Mrs. Ida Freis of Den-
\- Colo.
STKVEX ROSK\BKR<;
Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs
An Rosenberg, will become
Mitzvah Saturday morning.
mber 5, at Beth David Con-
ivon. Rabbi So] Landau will
mte.
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School. She will be a member of
the Confirmation Class of 1972
BBVCE F.LLIS
Bruce, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Ellis, will become a Bar
Mitzvah during the Shabbat morn-
ing services. Dec. 5, at Both Torah
Congregation, with Dr. Max A.
I.ipschitz. spiritual leader of the
books for
young
readers
ve, an eighth grade student Congregation, inducting him into
Palmetto Junior High School. tho adult Jewish community.
the A" Honor Roll. Bruce, who attends the Pre-Con-
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg will firmation Class of the Synagogue
I thi Kiddush following the will be a member of the Confirma-
Saturday and a re- tion class ,, 1972. H,- is also
the Eden Roc Hole', in student at John F. Kennedy Jun-
BI.V MAUC.K BOSENBAl'M
SKX AND THE SINGLE CHIM>,
by Sam Lexeiison; Illustrated bj
Whitney Darrow, .Ir.. Simon ft
Schuster (3.50). jacket design
by Carl Smith.
b >ing. As lv>k.
"Wo come from seeds that's whj
xe are human beans." S what 1
mean? It's cutv. but nol typical ,
Zamora To Consecrate
New Member Families
Friday evening's services will
! dedicated to the consecr 1!
>: 7-1 new members that ha\e
, joined the Temple Zamora. con-
' grogation .1 family recently. Po
ihis occasion a special worship
service has been written by Rabh
Maxwell Borger. Canton Nathan
Zolondek will chant the liturgy and
the Junior Choir conducted b<
Cantor /.oiondok will parl 1
in the services which begin al 8:15
-
hon >r,
the honored guests at-
ill be his grandparents,
I Mrs. Harry Edolman of
an I Mr. and Mrs. Julius
- il Minneapolis, Minn.
BENJAMIN WEINER
tor High School.
In the dedication, Sam I.
son gives credit to main peopli
for helping him write th.s book.,
including those who sent him cute
s tyings by children.
He feels kids deserve larger iu-
diences than they now have. May-
be -1 as a m ither, teacher
ALBERT WOLOWITZ librarian of many years I
Albert, the son ol Mr. and Mrs. kids are adorable and say cl
William Wolowitz. will mark his Unrigs.
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 5, The only reason this
Shabbat morning services, disappointing to me ivas th
at Beth Torah Congregation. Dr. one of the large number of Sam
nin Barry, son of Mr. and Max A. Lipschltz, spiritual leader Levenson fans, I fell w< is his
s. Howard Weiner. 1832 SW of the Congregation, will conduct I readers deserved something bct-
- 1 Ct., will become Bar Mitzvah the service and charge Albert with l0, fr0m him.
Sam Levenson is a genuine hu-
morist with wisdom, and one might
: r.iamin. an eighth grade stu- Albert is a student in the Fifth say .,<..,, toachingS" sai(I in s,
at West Miami Junior High Yonr Hebrew Class of the Beth He is bek>< ISC he is not 1
S hool, plays the trumpet in the Torah Religious School, and at- supergod
nd and belongs to the, tends John F. Kennedy Junior ___
il Sam Levi nson.
Even though this vol in has
Into se> ei '. p im i > I real-
ly has little to offer; and from
S im Le\ ensi m we expect -
thing more than a funi
ind a pun or two, S >rrj! !
An Oneg Shabbat in honor of
new mi mbors \s ill follow thi
scr\'lce. Harry Pinesick is \
president
: \ p idenl of 1
..',. Zan thi only C
tive synae in Co
S turday morning. I>c. 3 at Tern- his responsibilities as a momlxT
I Or O'.om. of the adult Jewish community.
but 1 wonderful human
I Mitzvah Club at Temple Or
<
and Mrs. Weiner will host;
Oneg Shabbat following the
I j night services, the Kiddush
in the Temple Saturday, and a 1
re i-ption in Benjamin's honor Sat-,
Ui lay evening at the temple. I
'- one the honored guests will be'
}' njamin's grandmother. Mrs.
S 1 lej Berg.
MICHAEL RAAR
Michael, the son of Rabbi andj
Mrs. David Raab. 547 Morton |
T weSS, Miami Beach, will cele-
! iti' his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
,, Dec. 5. at 8:30 a.m. in Temple '
V. th Raphael. 1543 Jefferson Ave.,1
M ami Beach. The Hon. Mavorl
I Dormer will address the Bar!
M tzvah.
liehaei Is an eighth grade stu-
d> :it at the Hebrew Academy and
ember of the school's choir.
, Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and Saturday night a party
will be hold at the Deauville Hotel
in honor of the celebrant.
Amoofe the guests will be his
p. ternal grandmother Mrs. Shifra
R ab of Miami Beach and his ma-
t rnal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
>! she Shalman of Tel Aviv, Is-
r 1
AXftRMV KLEINBKRO
\ndiew. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Kleinborg. will be-l
< no Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.!
1 > a 5, at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. j
I. ing Lehrman will officiate.
Andrew, who is in the seventh j
Si ide at Nautilus Junior High j
100J, won the Intorama Chapter
of Commerce Art Contest last
High School.
KDWAR1) GREENFIELD
Saturday morning. Doc. 5, in
the main sanctuary of Temple Nor
Tarn id. Edward Michael, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burton D. Green-
field, of 7509 Hispanola Ave.,
North Bay Village, will be a Bar
Mitzvah.
Edward is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School. His
parents will host the Kiddush
following the services, and a re-
ception in Edward's honor Sun-
day, Doc. 6 at the Balmoral Hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
uncles and aunts Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Schwartz. San Antonio. Tex..
Mr and Mrs William Herman.
Chicago. III., and Mrs. Pauline
Stockfish of Phoenix, Ariz.
ALICIA KORET/.KY
STEPHANIE KORETZKY
Alicia Diane and Stephanie
Anne, the daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Koretzky, celebrated
their Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
Nov. 28, at Temple Emanu-EI. Dr.
Irving Lehrman officiated at the
services.
Both girls are eighth grade stu-
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Significance Of
Sejna Testimony
Continued from Pagt 1-B
of defense minister, which he had
attained in 1955. By then, how-
ever, Zhukov was evidently too
big for his boots. Khrushchev
dropped him abruptly but only
with the help of Marshal Rodion
Malinovsky, who then became de-
fense minister. Marshal Malinov-
sky was still defense minister in
early 196t> when he became ill with
a cancer so cruel that this huge
bear Ol a man weighed hardly more
than ICO pounds when he died
March 31, 1967.
While Malinovsky was incapaci-
tated, his deputy. Marshal Grechko
(who was also Warsaw Pact com-
mander), naturally took charge at
the Defense Ministry and used the
long months when he was in sole
charge with great astuteness, care-
in this country, of a truly decisive
nuclear-strategic lead.
Marshal Grechko was also given
to treating the highest personages
of the Eastern European satellite
slates with open contempt. He is
unlikely, therefore, to have taken
any of them into his inmost con-
fidence. The Instances of this con-
tempt are well-documented.
His kind of crass, unthinking
rudeness to leaders of subject peo-
ples would he hard to match in the
"wicked" annals of Western im-
perialism. From the "social notes"
of Eastern Europe, in fact, one can
deduce the |x>\verful role of the
Soviet military leaders in the in-
vasion ol Czechoslovakia. Less
than total subjection is obviously
too little for such a man as
Grechko.
the near-unique prerogative of
naming the defense minister who
leads them, without regard to the
w Ishes ol the Presidium.
li one is realistic, the
lion of this prerogative means thai
the professional military leaders
of the Soviet Union today enjoy
very powerful leverage so long
as they stick together. The new
leverage, in turn, means, at the
very least, a partial militarization
ol Soviet policy-making.
In internal matters, ;is the rec-
ord of the 22nd Party Congress
clearly shows, the Soviet military
professionals have intensely con-
servative, anti-'liberal" views. But I
the Soviet foreign and defense
policies are clearly the main areas
where the new leverage Is being
felt.
Berkman Installing Officer
A brief business meeting wil
followed by the installation of i u
officers and directors of the *
sachusctts Club at its 8:30 p.m.
meeting In the Bel Aire li I
Thursday, Dec. 10. Judge Jason '..
Berkman will be serving as the
i: stailation officer. The date >r
the club's annual dinner and sh w,
which this year will be under I u>
i hairmanship of George Gins I
has been set for Saturday, Jai .9.
The i vent will be held In te
Carillon Hotel,
Wometco Theatres
Lowe Levinson To
Feature Works By
An Israeli Painter
...lly lining up hr other profes- of ,,, ,)f ._ tho
sional military leaders, Including s jnjl tl.stim js enYphatic that
the Jeaden of the armed forces Grechko js 8trong-minded as well
political administration. Gen. Sejna
had no knowledge of what was
happening among the civilian party
bosses who compose the Soviet
Presidium, but there must have
been doubt and hesitation. Other-
wise, Malinovsky, so long a living
corpse, would not have been left
as the official defense minister
until the day he died.
By the time Malinovsky died, in
any case, the members of the So-
viet Presidium had finally decided1
they must try to restore the vast
Soviet Defense Ministry to what
passes for civilian control in Mos-,
cow. The man chosen to succee 1
Malinovsky was one of the Presi-
dium's candidate members, D. M. i
Ustinov, the extremely able civilian
boss of Soviet defense production.
After Malinovsky's funeral, the1
Defense Ministry was told of the
Presidium's decision.
..who take the facts for what they
Hie rmlitarv phalanx organized
i a re
by Marsha] Grechko now proved1 s
s worth. With astontehing insub- munIgt hc, ()f Communisl
"future, Milovan Djilas, made an
ugly reconciliation of the two Ias1
ordination,
1he Presidium that Ustinov would
never do. and instead nominate 1
Marshal Grechko. When the Presi-
dium insisted upon Ustinov, the
marshals made a show of pliability,
again rejecting the civilian, but
row proposing the ferociously tough
and very senior Marshal Ivan
Konev.
But when the Presidium again in-
sisted upon Ustinov, the marshals
replied, in effect, that if tthcre was
objection to Konev, it had better
be Grechko after all. And Grechko
was named defense minister. If you
The prominent contemporary
artist. Asher Amid, will bring a
The picture that emerges is that collection of his paintings entitled
"Visions of Jerusalem" to the
Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of
Temple Beth Sbolom this week-
end. The collection will he on
display until Dec. 17.
A preview and reception for the
artist, a young Zionist who left
Persia in 1950 to settle in Israel,
will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Sun-
day. He and his wife wen' honored
at a reception held by Mr. and
Mrs, Meyer Kotler at their Bay
Harbor home earlier this week.
Asher Amid is one of the few i
contemporary artists whose works '
please sophisticated as well as
simple tastes. He is a complete
individualist, linking two different
worlds of artthe Kuropean and
the Asianin a style all his own.
His works cannot be classified as
realistic, impressionistic, or ab-
stract, but the influence of his
father's Persian carpet factory,
where he gained experience with
Oriental colors and designs, can
be detected. One leels that he has.
in his own way, mastered a tech-
nique of bringing about a synthesis
of Kast and West, observers sav.
as strong-charactered but also
arrogant, chauvinist and brutal in
an extreme degree. This, please
remember, is the man now plan-
ning the next Soviet military moves
in the Middle Kast!
Concerning Scjna's testimony,
there is a wide division among the
ablest students of Soviet affairs,
hut the fads, as facts, are not
directly challenged. Independent,
highly reliable Intelligence sources
produced the gist of these facts
long before Gen. Sejna's defection
in 196X.
Among the Kremlinologists.
however, there is still a three-way
split between those who cannot
quite forget that in Stalin's time.
generals and marshals were slaves
like everyone else, the obstinate
, believers in eventual "liberaliza-
tion" of Soviet society, and those
Mrs. Henry N. Rapaport of
Scarsdale, N.Y. was elected
president of the National
Women's League of the
United Synagogue at its re-
cent convention in Kiamesha
Lake. N.Y.
Book-Review Benefit Series
Is Scheduled By Sisterhood
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader ol Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, will present book reviews
in a series of three programs for
the benefit of that temple's Sis-
terhood beginning Tuesday, Dec.
8. at 11 a.m. with the biography.
"Zelda," by Nancy Milford.
A brunch will precede each re-
view at the temple. Reservations
for individual programs or for the
series may be made by calling the
Temple office. Mrs. George
Graham is chairman of arrange-
ments for the series; Mrs. Jerome
Rado is Sisterhood president.
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"SCROOGE*
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Some years ago. the ablest Com-
vievvs. He said that the Commun-
ist Party symbolized by the rul-
ing Presidium that the marshals
have now defied was already ob-
solete, ll.' added that the forces
demanding "liberalization" would
end by making so much trouble
that the Soviet military leaders
would take over.
The Djilas estimate of the ef-
fectiveness of the advocates of
Local Theatre Schedule
Films scheduled for runs in local
theatres include The Wild Child,"
at the Mayfair and Sunset: "The
Swappers" and "Bora Bora" in the
Coral Way, 27th Ave., .North Dade.
Dixie, Arrow-Hollywood, Florida.
North Andrews and Davie Blvd.
Drive-Ins. Hold over at the Carib
is "Diary of a Mad Housewife;" at
Miami, Parkway and Surf is "Ho-
tel"-"Cool Hand Luke." "Scrooge"
"liberalization" is strongly chal-
lenged by the best single study of remains at Miracle. 163rd St.. By-
life in the Soviet Union today. The ,. Pa|n, springs. i>;(1/a. Gateway
thmk about it. you can see why bri|li.,nt anonymous author' Ho(.a Rgt ..I()V01.S an(|
h.stonans may perhaps regard this, of ..McB8age From Moscow," who ; Ojhor g .. a, Pati TwjnI
triumph of the Soviet marshals as | writl,s ,,,- ,hl, prescnt from th
the most important event of 1967,1 vicwi)(,int of the Sov ict "liberaliz-
_....~ A___u..nH^;n *Ur> Civ.TVfl.l .........Ill_____I!___._" !
rangers
and Carlyle; "Fantasia"
even transcending the Six-Day
War.
it is important to know how
Soviet marshals think, because of
a key fact in the Sejna testimony.
The Soviet military leaders were.
in fact, able to defy the civilian
party bosses of the theoretically
ruling Soviet Presidium to force
the appointment of Marshal An-
drei Grechko, who is still on the
job as the Soviet defense minister
Gen. Sejna's testimony is es-
pecially valuable because he had
many npix>rtunitics to observe Mar-
savs that the "liberalizers'
land Twin II. and Joe
at Dade-
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you'll only be minutes away from
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And right in the hotel there's a
great health club and gymna-
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The Sheraton-Tel Aviv now
has 220 rooms, with 136 new twin
doubles available In November
1970. And there are restaurants,
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"A TRIUMPH!"
r
ers.
have pot got a tinker's chance in ""*"
hell.
This is important in itself. Out
side government circles, after all,
virtually all American thought
about the Soviet I'nion starts from
the feckli ss premise that the "lib-
eralizers" must triumph in the
end. Meanwhile, the Sejna lesti-
mony is important because of the
support it gives to the Djilas view
of the real lines of power within
Soviet society.
It is very easy, and also very
mandy and Hallandale.
shal Grechko in action, when the wrong, to pooh-pooh the implica-
latter was Warsaw Pact comman-1 tions of Grechko's appointment as I
der from July. 1980, to April, 1967. i defense minister. After all. if Pres-,
ident Nixon had wanted Melvin
Laird and had been forced to ac-
cept Gen. Curtis Lemay by the
Joint C.iiefs of Staff, the experts
on tho American "military-indus-
trial complex" would now be imi-
tating whirling dervishes.
Only in pre-Pearl Harbor Japan
The picture is not exactly reas-
suring. At the Warsaw Pact meet-
ings (which Gen. Seina regrilarly
attended* Grechko freely admitt-
ed that general war was undesir-
able until the Soviets had a de-
cisive lead in nuclear weapons.
But he also promised that the So- \
viets would achieve such a lead j did the professional military lead-i
by 1980, nt the very latest. Gre-1 ers have the prerogative of naming ,
chko was given to boasting about their own boss during the last 150
what would happen when this de-1 years, but that is the situation in
Cisiye Soviet lead was finally at- the Soviet Union today. It is not
tained. "The Americans." he would j absolutely astonishing, to be sure.
say, "will get their orders, and if I After all, from the death of Stalin
they are obstinate, the United j onward, the military leaders have
States will be destroyed." played most important roles in the
One must take into account :, Wnerpolitlcs of the Kremlin.
Soviet marshal's idea of the right I But it Is one thing for the pro-
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principal- It
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gogue no matter wberc hi-
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' penhagen, ho is an honored
Tf-mhiT 01 the Masaiska Congrc-
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ir ;.;. ;-: currently Ambassador to
i'.. Court '.f St. James, and Roi
1 IV DUty tO Yose!
lek'.ah here at the U.N.I At one
<: the loeial meetings with them.
id, he invited both to
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i Bai M '/ ah In I ael?"
ke much convincing
i i the ''.' / accept th-
i pa si. Without much ado, in
thi '. the family flew
i Israi I i re Comay who had
.! as [srael'a Ambassador to
Cai i-l i before h<- succeeded Eban
in the I' N. post had made nil
thi arrangements for a gala Bar
tzvah. I' was the Wershofs firsi
I to the Holy I<--ind and it
i 'i a most thrilling experience
t'.r thom. Their next visit, he ex-
1 ln< I. took place one year after
th< Six-Day War in 1968 when.
In their private' capacity, they
ned a group of Danish Hi
1 < < Fighters who were being
I .red by the State.
iring their early residence in
Ctta '.a, the members of the VVer-
shol family established close rela-
te m with the family of the leader
fil the local Jewish community, a
Mr ("apian, who aLso KTVed as
president of th" synagogue and the
Hebrew school while the children
of hoth families were still babes
1 in their teens.
In the year 1941, Max Hindi
t rried Miriam Caplan, the
da ighters of his parents' close Ot-
tawa friends. They had undoubted-
ly .seen one another as youngsters,
II er realizing that one day in the
distant future they would be man
.i- '1 wife When Miriam broke the
i \s to her f ither that Max was
rw r choice, he Immediately asked
lt( traditionil question: "What
does he do for 'parnosef 'for a
|j ng.")
"He works in the Department of
[External Affairs," she quickly re-
nded.
Nu. what kind of a future cm
l.i have there?" hi- queried, not
realising how important a post
1. future son-in-law was holding
in the Canadian "State Depart-
ir ( nt."
"Perhaps some dav he'll he an
Ambassador." she protested.
Father Caplan laughed "Not
Max: no, not him." recalling only
the little boy he had known years
past.
"But Max's father, with that
Van Dyke beard of his, could cer-
In.nly have become an Ambassa-
dor Max? Never!"
But ttle Max me an
in fact, or
.mats,
be right.
H a. and LL.B. degrees
: ary 1.I..D. from
th'; I
Wershol n*as call I to thi Mb I
: law in
AJben 1937, he
: anadian D
he was
i '. it his
-41 h
tssy b
:: 1944
: n lary 19*8 h
to the
in L-jn-

In I II ed Otl
assistant
>1 Sta'e an-!
ierv< d to th-
tmenl of External Affairs
'n Dee<.mber 1956. th< ever-
liplorrat was appointed Ambassa-
lor and Permanent Representative
->f Canada to the European Office
>( the U.N. in Geneva. From 1957
to 1961 he held a number of vital
posts ;n Vienna among which waa
that ol rman of the executive
committee I the High Cbmrnis-
lion fol H- gees and chairman 01
the Intergovernmental CommittM
for European Migration.
Max irned to Otta-
2 ai 1 until 1967 served a'
nt Ui ler-S er ury of Stati
Uld L- gal Adviser to the L>
rr.ent o: External Affairs. H
'anadian delega-
tion i thi '.' ti 20th and 21st
i .' c tner i As-
Ha-. rved his country

distinct! '. app tinted Ca-
ssador t-i Denmarl1
in 1967 a p.-' still hold- Ir
nhagen the Wershofs and Is-
ior Esther Hi rlit7
meet often and discuss m-iti.
mutual interest, he said.
Th< Wershofs' one surviving son
Peter, 24. attends McGill Univer-
s;tv in Montreal. The Ambasi I
dor's brother Dr. Stanley Wershof
is a pediatrician in the Bronx: an-
other brother. Dr. Eli Wershof. re
aides in Edmonton.
Mrs. Jean Gillis, secretary, is pictured with several Temple
Beth Am Religious School students who solicited funds for
the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
this year. Beth Am's experimental primary school collected
S58.38; the balance of the largest total collected by any
Greater Miami schoolS922.77was obtained by the Beth
Am Religious School youngsters, Erwin Marshall, principal,
reported.
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Jack D. Gordon, a former member of the Dade County School
Board, presents the Bureau of Jewish Education plaque of
tribute to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers for her outstanding
contributions to general and Jewish education in the com-
munity at the Bureau's 28th annual dinner in the Plaza
Hotel.
Obituaries
CUTLER
JOSEPH HYMAN, 82
Samuel, Bn, 313 Meridian Ave., M B
pi -..1 awaj TueMlaj Mr Cutler
l- survived by hi?- if<
his sons Edward I of Tampa, A
Budd i r Miami, and Martin of M.B..
but daughter* Sir* Sophie Quiterrei
.f Morrlstown, N .1 Mrs Anne
Baranoff "f Camden, N.J .u.'i Mr*
Hi :. Avchin "f JaekKonville, Pla
13 grandchildren and S great grand-
children .Mr Cutler was a membei
of rimtadrut, Bonds f-r I rai
Bialek Branch of Parband and en-
tablmhed ;. Rcholarship In !*'. Agri-
cultural S' *-1 of Israel In 1961.
Si li ea Thursday '':.'," p m t Xi
man Funeral Home; Interment Mi
Sinai Cemetery Shiva Merid-
ian Ave. through Sunday afternoon,
Sunday evening ai 12940 SW fSro
Ave., Miami. Family BUggeati all
memories be made In the form of
tree* In Israel tlin.uKii tha Ji.>!i
National KuihI.
rubel. Sadie, 93, 8740 B.W 36th
Si Gordon. Interment Ml Sinai
Schneider, Roae, 77. 1185 Mar-
seille Dr M B Riverside
SCHWARTZ. Irving. 83 330 -4:)i 81 .
M B, Blasberg.
SOLOMON. Saiiiu-I. 7". :.: K r...\
Harbor Iir Riverside
weilstein, Huiii. ..7. 945 Marseille
l>r M.B. JilaBlierg.
Beloved husband of Ida; dear fal
f Irving, of Miami Boach, Bam
go ai 'i it.-^~i.- Flalda, Cl
.iC" grandfather "f '; great gra i
I ther ( l: fond brother > f PI
Hyman, Chi -i" and wtti. Cohei
"f Miami Beach. Barvloaa .. d
hi I-l in '"h^c ago
Nov< mber :'7th.
MAYA
MAYA
Corlna, 19, of : \\ li I .. '.' .
K> passed awa< Son
21 Sh< is sui'. -. i i by har hut
a, I., r ;
Mr and Mrs Albert Beh r
Funen i were held at Rl\ 11
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will take place
Sunday, December 6th
at 2:00 p.m.
at Mount K.'bo Cemetery
friends and relalivti
art asked fo attend
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lay. December 4, 1970
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Page 11-E
M.B. Chapter Of Hadassah Activities


Mrs. Bessie L. Wachs, (left) who ha president cf.lhe Treasure Isle Chapt&r of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, hands the gavel to itfl r.ewly-installed president,
Mrs. William Tieger during a luncheon meeting of the
Chapter.
Representatives of the Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach plan the 12th Annual Luncheon for the benefit of
Mount Sinai's Hospital's Tumor Clinic. They are (from left)
cochedrman Mrs. Melvyne Sommers and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld,
president Mrs. Michael Bright, sponsor chairman Mis.
Alexander Libow and treasurer Mrs. Leonard Markell. The
glamorous "Subject is Roses" function will take place at
the Fontainebleau Hotel Dec. 15.
Mrs. Morton Schwartz and Mrs. Harold Dorfman are shown
discussing plans for the Southeastern Benefit Premiere of
Song of Norway" with Lou Liss, manager of the Sheridan
Theatre. The Greater Miami Chapter of Brandeis University
National Women's Committee will sponsor the gala pre-
miere Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, at the Sheridan.
Members of the Mount Sinai Auxiliary review plans for
their participation in the hospital's President Ball Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau, as well as the Auxiliary's
own luncheon on behalf of the Mount Sinai Medical Center,
which will be held Dec. 29 at the home of Mrs. Samuel
Friedland. From left are Mrs. Edward Cowen, Auxiliary
president Mrs. Meyer Don, Mrs. Donald Farber, and Mrs.
Alexander Libow.
Activities scheduled by groups
>f the Miami Beach Chap* r dt
'iadassah during the coming weeY
nclude a white elephant sale with
argains galore sponsor) d by the
ladlmah Group at the Surfsidi
immunity Center Tuesday from
'; a m. to I p.m. Leona Maisel is
in sident.
"Las Vegas Nites" arc scheduled
Saturday and Sunday from 7 to
1 p.m. in the Club Room of the
Men House, 158th Street and
'i llins Avenue, under the sponsor-
hip of the Sophie Tucker Croup.
Mis. Herman Feinberg is presi-
i ni of the group.
An "Ima Party" will be held by
he I. is. Goodman Group Sunday
il 1 p.m. in the Washington Fcd-
ral. 1133 Normandy Dr. Presi
lent is Mrs. Hyniiin Chabner.
The llaiuia Senesch Group will
iold its regular luncheon meetinp
\Ionday at noon in the Algiers
lotel. Grace Kunis is presidi nt.
At l!n Stephen S. Wise Group's
egular lunchci n meeting Monday
ioon in the Algiers Hotel, guest
ipeakcr Mrs. Jack Wolfstein wil1
t( liver i sm rial message on Israel
lid Rosi l)' llerson and Edith San-
lerson will presi ni a 20th anni-
. rsary program with Aids Yaslo
it the piano, iionna Rose Clemons
\ ill use va ioi's i ist umi a for hi
'Bible in Ballot" interpretation.
Irs. Gertrude Sossna is president,
A vai i> d program of entertain-
nent has b> i n i lanned for th
unchi on m eti of the Rh-lomtt
Iroup in the Algiers Hotel Tues-
lay noon, Mis. irvin Shapiro, pres-
dint, has announced
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HERKBT OIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring i" ei
in iiui ni. .-- .en!.. Hi.- riciu..... i
of Till-: ROYAN I > and FLORI
SCHOOL ni-' I.KT'J I0HI .U hi I -
'i Is i nil, r;.....i.i inti m.Is
register said names with the <"
of ile- "in hi Court "i 11. 'i- i ''!!
'
ll..% Drelsnul
III M K\\ ELI- >\ \' KKR .; (3KAV
At tornej s for Roy I irelspul
K ...I \ n Kin.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HKREIIY OIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe fictitious name
.i J720 PROFESSIONAL lii'tl.DIN'i
at 71!<1 K lih Ave lli.ili ah. Flu.
3SA13 Intend tq register said n.nme
with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court
if Dade County, Florida.
Gabriel A Sanehes
R..... 'I' Ranches
Hector .1 Banches
i: :
i- t-n-iv
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HWLK.l'.Y OIVEN f '.
the undersigned, desiring to enfti
in buslm ss under the flclll.. in i .
..i \l A M Discount Store at 129
.Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida i -
tend to register said 11:011. with :
Clerk of ill.. Circuit Court of I' a
County, Florida.
MAN I i:i.n. MENESES
MIGCEL F MAKTGItELL
M \N A. <;i ll.DFARD
AM..111. > l..r MailUl I < Mr
umi Miguel F Marlon II
II r. 12-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Mi*, undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under il< fictitious name
1 JOHN'S I'PSTAIRS HOBBIES ai
:>'". Arthur Godfrey Rd Miami Ri ai ii
l'!.1 Intends i" 1. glster said in
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
..1' Dade County, Florida
.!. 'Il\ N PETERS, JR.
KENNETH \. II. KANT
AI lorn. \ tor ftnpllcant
1 1 1 coin Rd I'.i.lu Suite :".;!>
Miami Reach, Fla 13138
11 :: i:.-i-;i-in
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v. IT1CR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hi u'"!. rslgni .1. .1. Hiring to < nguge
n.-ss under Ihe rt<-tItU>us name
.f MIHT \ 1 i:\i-ru 1 \v at 11 ''
\\ M B 33139 Inti lids to
. L .,il'- will ih.' 1 'lerk
Circuit Court "l Dade Coun-
ts Florida.
Minn Remudo
U l-11-1X-2."i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I'm'
ill.- undersigned, desiring to 1
In business under Ihe flctlllnu* lami
of WIN- \ pet nl ITVI. S.\V I Kill
Inti nils li
with Hi. Clerk
ol I indi 1'
SAM F
registei
if lh. I'll. 1111
I- oridn
I EV1TEN
name
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
'he undersigned, desiring to engage
; bussiness under the fictitious name
.. I.IS JEWELRY at I'.nl James Ave .
M l: 33139 in', mis L. r. plsti r said
with ih.- Clerk "i" the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Alberto lU'inu.to
1 -.' 4-11 I* 25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-21494
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
ROBERT HENRI DU KOCH EH,
Plaintiff,
ve,
MARGUERITE DUROCHER,
Defendant
TO: MAJtOCERITE UlItoniER
RESIDENCE IN KM >W N
You, .MARGI'HItrTH DUROCHER.
are hereby notified that a Complaint
f..r Divorce has been filwl against
you, and you art- required to serve
a copy of your Answer <-r Pleading
to the Complaint, on the Plaintiffs
attorney, HENRY NORTON, 1408 Bis-
cayne Building, Miami, Florida, and
file ih.- original Answer or Pleading
in th. office of the Clerk of ih.- Cir-
cuit Court on or before the ntst day
..f December 1970. if you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in th.- Complaint.
i: R I EATII HUMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, DadaCounty. Florida
Bj 1' P. COPE!.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HENRY NORTON
Attorney foi Plaintiff
1406 Blsonytu 1 luildlng
Miami. Florida
7 2'4-11-18
Ml.'11 VKI I- CHASE
Attorney lor SAM F I EVITEN
I"..11 s W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 33l2i
11 87 l 4-11-is
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIV!U ACTION
No. 70-21436
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BETTY HI.A. '.MAN.
Plaintiff,
''MARIES IJLACKMAN,
! ii ndn it.
T< e .Mr Charli Blackmail
. .. Albert Elktn
P 11. Box ;:.T Mono lumu
Route No. 1
I.as Vegas, \e- Mexico
You. CHARLES BLACKMAN, are
hereby notified that a Hill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are reciuired to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to ih.- Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorn, y. DAVID DRCCKER,
B8Q at nil.". Lincoln Road, Suite No.
208, .Miann Beach, Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading In H 1970, otherwim
ih. office 01 the Clerk of the Circuit f,,.' entered against
I Court on or I., fore the :11st .lav of
December, 1970. If y>u fail to do so,
judgment by default will he taken
' against you for the relief demanded
! in the lull of Complaint.
This noli,, -hall be published once
leach week for fnur consecutive weeks
. in THE JEWISH Fl ('I'.ITIAN.
DONE) AND ORDERED .11 Miami.
1 Florida. Ihi.s 24 day of November,
' AH 1970.
E i: I.EATIIEI'.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: ''. loodman
1....in Clerk
. (Circuit ''"in' Seal 1
DAVID DRrCKER, ESQ
I.in. ..In Road Sun.-
.Miami Beach, Florida ::' 19
11 2:
NOTICE LNDtR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
'he uudersigned. desiring to engim
in buslnest un.l.-r the fictitious nnm
.! OR, HERBERT PE1NBERC: HIV -
BERT FBINBERG, D I' M. ..' i'
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 1-' i
Intend* 1.. register said names \\ .
11.. 1 "lerk of Hi.- in, uii Court of 1'.
'nuntj. Florida.
HERBERT FE1NEEI1G, I. P.JI .1'
SAMUEL STEEN
Attorney for applicant
I' 11 Box ""I 1
'oral 1 tables, l-'l.i 33134
II 13-20 L'7 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH Z
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Case No. 70-20667
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I. ..-1: \\ 11:.. A I.VAREZ
\ UII A A ALVAREZ, his If.
Plaintiffs,
! ENRIQI 1: ESTR \l 1 \
, INGEUNA ESTRADA,
1 1 .. ii.-.
1.. fendants.
Tl 1 ENRIOI'E ESTRADA and
i;\ ANGELINA ESTRADA,
his w Ife
1 mIi Street
1 ,"n Citj. N.-w Jersi y
\<>l- ARE HEREBY NOTIFI
in..! aii nction to loteclose m-
u..u.. encumbering tin following
.-. nl.. a n al property:
"l-Ol 104 of .Ii UI.V A CAM1
BELL'S LITTLE FARMS, a. or.
Ing to ih,- piat thereof, .. record-
ed in Plat Book 4, ai Pnge
.1 ih. Public Records of Dade
County, Florida."
has been filed a^ralne! \-.-u and > -u
are required to serve a copy 01
written defenses, if any. t<< it
RICHARD VV. LYONS a.- ASSOCIAT-
ES, l'. a, attorneys for piahitit -
whose nddress i> u.'!'> N.W. "
Street, Miami. Florida, nnd file '
original "ith Hie Clerk ..1 the abo
st\le.l court on or before Deoemb-r
judgment m->'
iu for Ihe 1 -
IS I 11 :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTli'K IS 111 m:iiv GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business un.I. r ihe fictitious III.in
li.f demanded in Un- Complaint
petition.
This Noli..- shall be publisl I
each week for foul eeui
weekn In THE JEWISH Fl.ORlDIAN
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
said Curt al Miami, Florida, 0
li'tli dny of November, 197*
i: 1: LEATHERMA.N, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Fli 1
l;> 1- P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy 1 'I. 1 ,
(I'll. Ilil I 'our' Seal)
RICH \RI> VV. I.V. INS .\:
ASSl M'tATES. I' A
1230 N.W. Tib Street
Miami Florida :"U'JT.
Attorn, ya for Plaintiffs
11 20-27 12 I '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni i'1'li-E is HEREBY OIVE.N I
ih. undersigned, desiring 10 ....
in business under the fictitious nani
I'i'U
of A D LEONE REALTY at 10540 i of JACK A. DAVIS. M.D. at 16OO K
S.W. 125th Street Miami. Fieri.la in- Road. Coral Gables, 1-la inteint-
tenda to register said name with the reg-lster said name with the Clerk
1 :. 1 ,.1 the Circuit Curt of Dade
County, Florida,
Anthony D. Leone
lo;,4(i S.W. 125th Street
Miami, Florida
11 ::; 11' -1-11 -ih
getting married..
This basket holds
information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
Phone 238-3575
iteStok
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas, MICHAEL 1' CHASE,
Miami. Florida; MORTON K 1:1-
I :.\ i K1EN, M'ami, Florida: HI IW-
AI'.D FRIEDMAN. Miami. Florida,
did on Hi. 13th .lay of August, A D
1969 cause to I.,* Incorporated under
the laws of the siate ..f Florida n
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
JACK A davis. M.D.. P.A
SPARBER, ZEMKL. KOSK1N AM'
HEIIJIRi INNER P A
Ait.Mm> s f/11- applicant
lii*i N. Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Fl... S3132
11 20-37 1-
GO Tol'ltS. INC. a .....iioration. \nh I "JB In'ms ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4011
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: E-t.it. ..f
DB MORRfS YAMSHt 'V
Dec. ..-. .I
To All Creditors an.I All Person* H
! 1 ii'iiian.ls Against s .
its principal place of business at Mi-
ami Beach, 1'a.l. County in the State
..f Florida, and whereas su.h corpora
lion ili.l on the J.'ir.l day of Novem-
b, -. a I. I9T0, cause i" be filed in
the offi.e of the Department nt state
*.f the State ft Florida, th. documen-
tary authority reQUlred under Sec-
tion 808 :7. Florida Statutes, show-
I Ing th.- dissolution ..f such corpora-
tion
Now, tli.n fore, ihe Secretary "r
Stall does hereby certify to ihe fore-
,111.1 ib.it h.' is satisfied thai
I :ii. requirements .if the law have
been omplled with.
IN \VIT\KSS WHERB-
i IF. l have hereunto set
my hand and have afflx-
e.l the Great Seal "f ihe
state of Florida, ai Tal-
lahassee, the Capital,
this the 23rd day ..f No-
va mber, A 1> 11170
Tn.M ADAMS
Seeretary of State
12/4/70
F.slat.
You are hereby notified ami requir
to present any claims ami (bin;. I -
which you maj have against the
tale "f DR. .MORRIS YAMSHON .1 -
. 1 late of Dade County, Flor
to' the Cunty Judges of Da.!.- Cou -
ty. ami tile the sam< in dupll.
and as provided In Sect Ion '>"
Florida Statutes, in their offices
th.- County Courthouse in Dade Cou -
iv. Florida, within ~i\ ealei dar in
from Ihe first publication hereof.
ih. same will bi barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tl"
da) I November. A D, 1970
DAM El. YAM SHI IN
As Administrator
Cum Testa men to Annexo
First piedleatlon of ibis notice
the 27th .lav ..f November, 1970
K \ Vl'EK ,>. FRIEDMAN
Attorpeys for Administrator
Cum Testament.. Ann.ISO
is:. \ 1: 163rd street
North Miami Beach, Fla
11/27 U/-4-11-U


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Lean Corned Beef
QUARTER
LB.
59
spi.\
SAVE 30'
T 77
Ketchup
32-OZ BOTTLE
SAVE 9' MORTON'S FROZEN
PKGS
II-OZ. PKG. TURKEY. CHICKEN.
BEEF. SALISBURY STEAK. MEAT
LOAF, R-OZ. PKG. FISH
SAVE 5C-FCCD FAIR C'. EN FRESH
ROWN & SERVE ROLLS
CLCVEPLEAF BUTTERFLY
SPLIT TCP
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INTERNATIONAL KOSHER
KNOCKWURST
specials

99*
SAVE
39C
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REGAL
BEER
6 99
SAVE UP TO 21
LIMIT ONE BOTTLE. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
ENGLISH
TEA LOAF
l-LB.
5-cz.
LOAF
49
LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
84-OZ. BOX
HOUSEWARE ITEM CF THE WEEK!
98C VALUE! PLASTIC AIR TiGHT
LETTUCE CRISPER 49
AVAILABLE AT MOST STORES, WHILE QUANTITIES LAST!
FYNE TEX
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
84-OZ.
BOX
LIMIT ONE BOX either BRAND PLEASE. WITH
OTMIt PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BB