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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 11, 1970

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 11, 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

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewish Flor idiaiti
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 43 Number 50
Micmi, Florida Friday, December 11, 1970
Two Sections Price 20 c
CABINET WITHHOLDS DECISION ON RETURN TO TALKS
Israel Requests Clarification From U.S.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
nel has decided to wil
cision <,ri Israel's return to
Jarring talk; ] fur-
"clarifications from \u.
I." The decision was announ-
I In iin official communique
,ving a C 'b'nel s 'ssion which
scussi :. President Nixon's re-
ply to a message sent to him
Premier Golda Meii
[srael reportedly is trying to
: rsuade tho United States to
agrea to use its veto in the So-
C irlty Council to prevent anti-
[srael resolutions from being
idopted by that body. Official
souro s have corfirm d that this
is ne of the Iss u i n w hii h
furthi r clarifii ation is bi ing
hi fiom the Nixon Admin is-
on.
1st a< I f< ('s the Counci', by
\ irtue of its compi sition, is
weighted heavily in favor of its
i in mil s. and that it can n< vi r
win there. It feels handicapped
by America's extreme reluc-
tance to use the veto, and i<
anxious to net a specific com-
mitment ol firmer support ther,
The Cabinet's decision to do-
lay a stand on reactivating the
Jarring t''l' at a pi .'! ing of
Mr Meir and her i I isest ass i-
ciates and then endorsed by th
full Cabinet, The Nixon lett -r
,< b i" portedly considere I at-
isfactory insofar as the Presi-
dent re-affirmed his promis <
a n i'itary and economic aid to
l si tel during the next two years.
p-t it was slid to fall consider-
ahlj .-' irt of ill" political guar-
antees Mrs. Meir had asked for,
and therefore required clarifica-
tion.
Uglily placed sources here -ad
th ii the subject oi clarifications
would be raised with the U.S.
11..-,.,,..i, i|i|iiuin:it :i- channels, not
through Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan lm leave* for the C.S.
next week for discosalons with
top Nixon administration offic-
ials. The government would like
1 eel it- clarification- from
Washington before Gen. Dayan's
li nurture so that he can dis-
ci..-, final detail- with the United
states without being hamstrung
by Uncertainty, over the govern-
ment's policy on major problems,
the sources said.
Observers hero noted, haw-
ever, that until the Cabinet an-
nouncement it had appeared
that tho government would wait
until G--n. Da van returned from
ire it de-
futun ol the Jai r-
ilks. i ien. I >aj an, In I
osed to bring up Mrs.
Meir's political points .it his
tings in Washington, which
nciude a meeting with Pres-
I lent Nix i i, rhe use of normal
"diplomatic channels" to
these points >\ith the United
States Indie ited a sudden down-
grading of Gen. Dayan's mission
and an assertion of the Foreign
Ministry's authority in tho
sphere of foreign affairs.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
Continued on Pag* 12-A
Traffic Controllers Blamed Reconnaissance Party
For Lydda Airport Crash Intercepted; 1 Dead
TEL AVIV (JTA I The most say. is part of an emerging pat-
TEL AVIV (JTA) Three
I ydda Airport traffic controllers
Ixh n suspended from their
s p nding a full inquiry In
t ie wake of last n k's act ident
. the main runway, which was
fatal to tlin i persons. They were
i, ctlj resi onsible, an I I
prwt-i: i itituted against them,
A'i ordii, to ai un ffl lal re-
' one of the tral Fie contt ol-
. horiz -1 the tow Ing ol in
II \ Forci aci s th
.1 without m
tain the other two knew ol
......i the lalter, not
i alizing the runw ly was in us,-.
ed a TWA ca go ii i for
pla rs were d< -
. dii '. killin : two gn
Moscow Preparing
To install SAMs In
Syria, Report Says
I ONDON (JTAI Diplomat-
ibsei -. rs believe thai Mos-
is ; I to inst ill SAM-2
SAM-3 anti-aircraft mis-
siles in Syria to thi eati n Israel
' ri fuses to i-i turn t'i occu-
-1 Golan Heights, ace irdin"
i i reports from Beii ut.
The reports sal i S*s n
rongman, G m. Hafe \ sad,
ins to -vv\ n'.ilit iry nersonnel
t > Egypt to train the the op i-
t m ol Soviet SAM miss'lei d -
' lyed there. He ret ortedlv has
received approval from Presi-
d "t Anwar Sad it of Ettvnt,
Syria has recently Indicated
that it wants to loin the pro-
posed federation Ivtw.....n !:>' ->t.
Libva and the Sudan. In hte first
public address Gen. Assad toll
a cheering crowd i" Damascus
that his government's main oh-
i -live is tho liberation of Ar b
territory occupied hv is---'. H>
promised to strengthen Svria's
.irmed forces and to establish
close military connoration with
E rypl under the federation nl-n.
The effect of missile inst illa-
tions in Syria, military ov 'rts
rote, will be to p'nee Israel i"
a pincor between that hno of
missiles and those Hivrl" in-
stalled on the Egyptian side of
the Suez Canal.
crew members instantly: a third
died Sunday ol his injuries.
After giving the Km ssel a
summary ol a special Inquiry
i ancl's findings in hs inv< si I [a
tion of the tia iily. Transport
Ministi: Shimon Peres revealed
that In- .a-.! ajkj ,: '
ntal
budgi i for sal. i.-
vi m ni. The monev,
Soviet Authorifles
Offer Exft Visas To
Families of Accused
TEL AVIV IJTA1 S
thor ties h i\ iffe i ox t visas
for Iho vi In e i an I
Hies of n'n Jew facing trial in
inth, but ih -ir
has been turned down h -
cause the wi\ es refus I to d --
withoul th-ii husbands.
i i;i to re] irts publish I
hi re.
ii m w is attrib-
ul | ti nch tourisl '
rix (l here after visiting Russia.
He claim 'd that the wives were
iunn.....i d from Riga, Leningrad,
Tbilisi and Kishinev, to the of-
fices of the KGB, the Soviet se-
< po'ice. where th- off-i
was made. They were told they
could i..ke th-.-ir children and
other relatives and that th Ir
ht'sb inds would be permitted t >
join them a< ter sen ing their e> -
pectt d sentences.
The .1- ws wew arrested V.<<*
spring In connection with an al-
leged attempt to hijack a Soviet
airliner at Leningrad Airport.
More 'ban :'.0 Soviet Jews re-
portedly hive been arrested on
those or rei ited charges since
then. According to unconfi"ned
repoers, the first case will he
tried In Leningrad on Doc. 15.
It is generally believed that
the charges were manufactured
by the KGR and that th fiats
are Intended SOle'v to intimi-
date Soviet Jews who have pub-
licly demanded the right to omi-
orato. Soviet Jews are said to bo
livins in a -t lto of anx'etv over
possible effects of tv.o trials on
Jewish life in the USSR.
said, would be used to obtain
radar systems with a range of
CO miles, new distance measur-
equipment and other m id-
< rn i i- ctronic di \ ici s.
Public cot fid< nee in Isi ael's
i A ilian tiafflc conlrol systi m
... i ilti ii a hub this week v
an all axi belonging to the l lial
("om| anj ci ashed ni ar li bron
n Sunday, killing the
i Hot and his three pa
n .! flight from Jeru-
i i !. lal Ar ii i
;!; disappi an d while set d-
Ing do ds with silver Iodide In
an i ffoi i to stimulate rainfall
o\ i r n rth > n 1st ai Tnn men
wi re i buaid I ding
ch orttd ovi r-
si arch il the Zi
orth of Haifa 1 lil i to
i, \ a an 11 ace ol the airci al i
. its ccv'-ipai
A sti Ike that would have : n -
;,l zi ii all I--I-1- li airpoi is >> as
c !! d i. al the last minute
Si n Thi sii ike was to have
been a si ho u woi k stoi
I y traffic contra li In pn ti si
a nsl v.hat th > said as a
"lynch campaign" mounted by
the Is ,i, h pn ss ia the waki -!
last wei k's ii ash,
recent attempt in what appears
to be a major Egyptian effort
to gather intelligence on the Is-
raeli side of the Sue/. Canal the
landing ol a small reconnais-
sance i ait., on the eastern bank
ol the w ati rway, n suited In I
death of one Egyptian when it
was intercepted and iiii'..r. ofl
11.. an Israi li : al rol.
A military spokesman said the
known attempt since the
li.. w< nl Into ci!-. Cl in -
cm rod between the ('. at Bitl
Lake and tlu- southern entrance
oi the canal, and the equi]
bung can ad hy the Egyptian
who was killed included a new
unit) i and other communi-
cations di \ ici s. indicating that
tni ; ai'.. was on an inti lligence
I ithei in mission, a protest
\.,is i li, ,; bj Isi a. li ofl
tn l niti d Nations i ci S
pervi sion I i ganization, hich
s ni oDsei vers lo tae site ol tne
,unt i.
Egyptian officials have denied
the i tiai, a ; the d< ad man,
said, \\ as a ci\ llian, "murde
11.. the Israelis, k- d Cross ...
cials has'c been asked to .
liis I odj.
The Incident, Israeli officials
tern of spying conducted by the
Egyptian forces in its attempts
to find nut what the Israelis are
doinn in tile occupied Sinai pe-
ninsula, which began a couple of
weeks iiko when a numher of
Egyptian planes overflew Israeli
pi,si! ions mi the east hank ol the
canal.
sl week after [srael
: thai one of its N
;, i I boats sank an Egj ptian
la al that refusi d to halt when
: the astei n shore
of thi Isi li-hi Id Sinai i
i ai led Isra
.:,.: in unarmi d i i\ i
motoi i>' at, but no I asi -
fire lolatlon clue ill I,
Three bodii s were n co\
: li announci m i I -
iments ;v.u\ othi r
d on the i odii s
thai the men wen oi a rei
! aissance n ission for I
- and \M-i< all
hashi h,
Sources said the presence ol
the drug may have been a cover
for an Intelligence mission, or
Egyptian agents may have been
trafficking in narcotics as a
Continued on Page 2-A
AKommittee Coonci/ Told
'Jewish-Catholic Relations Improved9
HOUSTON i JTA) Jewish-
Catholic relations have improved
during the five years since Vati-
can Council II. but can stand con-
siderably more improvement, ac-
cording to Philip K. Hoffman,
president of the American Jewish
Committee,
Addressing the AJCommlttee's
national executive council meeting
here. Mr. Hoffman said a study
of the Impact of Vatican Council
II's Conciliar Statement on the
JeWI showed several "unsolved
problems," such as Inadequate
Catholic teachings of tho validity
and relevance of Judaism and in-
adequate Jewish understanding of
Christainity due largely to in ide-
puate treatment of each religion
in the other's textbooks.
There has been progress in tho
United Slates, Western Europe
and Latin America but there is
still a lack of understanding of
Israel's meaning for Jews and
Judaism. Mr. Hoffman said. The
AJCommittee study found thai m
M< \ o and Central America there
has been no fundamental Improve-
ment in ecumenism and that A ib-
inspired anti-Semitic organizations
and publications persist.
The study Mr. Hoffman r.
to was conducted by the AJCom-
mlttee's interrellgious affairs com-
mission headed by Arthur N.
Greenberg and Rabbi Marc H.
Tanenbaum.
The political tactics of Vice
President Splro Agnew were con-
di mn d at the A'Committee meet-
ing by Mr, Agnew's fellow Repub-
lican, Sen. Jacob K Javits of New
York. The Senator said Agnew's
"politics ol positix e polariz il
u as contradictory "becaus i
stral y to polarize seeks neg i-
tively to pull people to extremi -
Jordan c. Band, chairman of the
AJCommittee's committee on the
Middle East, said the organlz .-
tion lias been seeking In many
ways to promote Arab-Israeli un-
derstanding. He mentioned sov-
projects, including informal
Arab-Israeli discussion groups in
private homes. He notid thai Efe-
brew was being taught in an Arab
Christian school in Jerusalem, that *
Haifa University has conducted a
sensitivity training workshop
which has brought Arab and Is-
. students together and Increas-
ing use by Arabs of tho A.TCom-
mittee's specialized reading and
n s arch library in Jerusalem.


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Friday, December 11, 1970
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Page 3-A
Lord Barnett Janner
JNF Banquet Speaker
One of the foremost Jewish lead-
ers in Hie British Commonwealth,
Lord Barnett Janner, member of
r' ifl
^mV L ^uhI p^ l^H LB
It j
AW. ond MRS. HrMAN K01K0
the British Parliament who was
tly elevated by Queen Eliza-
beth to the House of Lords, will
be the guest speaker at the Chan-
ukah Banquet of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Beth Israel Congrega-
tion (JNF Orthodox Division',
Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 6:30 p.m.
in the Harry N. Schwartz Audi-
torium, of Temple Beth Israel,
770 40th St., Miami Beach.
The honorrcs at this dinner will
be Hyman and Pearl Kolko. The
Kuest artist will be Cantor Sholom
Katz o# Washington D.C., leading
rontorlal and liturgical singer. Can-
tor Katz will also light the can-
dles celebrating Chanukah.
Mr. Kolko Is one of the leading
philanthropic personalities on the
Orthodox Jewish scene. A founder
and president of synagogues,
schools and welfare institutions in
his former home town community
of Rochester, N.Y., he has also
boon associated with such national
and world institutions as Yeshiva
University, Bar Ilan University,
tho U.J.C.A. and the Mizrachi or-
ganization.
Mrs. Kolko, a noted community
leader in her own right, was one
of the founders of the Yeshiva in
Klatbush, 'the Sisterhood of Beth
Israel Congregation of Miami
Beach, and one of the Ponteyez
Yeshiva In Israel. She is currently
the president of the Hatikvah
Chapter, of the Mizrachi Women
and ppesjdent of Oholei Torah
Women,' and is. well-known as an
ardent supporter of all Torah in-
stitutions. She.is considered a true
"woman of YnJor."
Herman Eisenbcrg is serving as
dinner chairman; Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dermer and Rabbi
Berei Wr-in are honorary chair-
men. Sponsors Include:
Trvlng Allen, Jnnrph Appelbnum, Mnise
Tlabourl, Zv4 B*rger, Murray Berkn-
wltx, Simon Batreteln, Jerry Blcnen-
fold. MnrriK Bienenfeld Morrt* Brnf-
tnan, Philip Brafman. Cantor Saul H.
Brech, All>.-ii Broail, Rabbi Jonah
Caplan, TTyman Chalmor. Hon. Nor-
man Clment.Hon. Mayor Jay Der-
mer, (tebrlel Deutrh, Rev. Herman
Doytch, Louis Dublin, Seymour EIh-
enberR, Isartore Friedman, Harry
fl< net, Martin <; n< i. N'nthan Olna-
uurgr, Capt. Hyman Goldberg, lleu-
1 loldrann, Maui li. I inldrlna Peter
Goldrlng, Harry Oomberir, Kabbl Al-
exander QroKK, Henry Groudan, Mo-
Orundjverg i.ml UaxjUutman,
Also Max li., ht, Mennuhe fflrwli,
Joseph Hoffi liber*, Iti uben Jacob*,
Milton Kahn, Juili:.- /. \ w Kogan,
Jacob Kotler, Rev. Joseph Kraniz.
Adolph Kratefh, Rabbi David Lehr-
n- id. Dr. Erwin Maknvaky, Morton
MayberK, I. 11. Mellman, Louis
Merlwltzer, Jacob Modansky. Rabbi
Olmpel Orlmland, Rabbi Joseph Raok-
ovsky, Bamuel Relnhard, Bteven Rob-
inson, Harry Rosenberg, Murray Ros-
enberg;, J. Jerry Schechler Irving
Srhnur, Maurice Simon, Sherwln
Stauber, Benjamin Stern, Harold
Tokayer, Bmanuel linger, Dr.
Isaac L'nterman, Samuel Waldman,
Kalman Wodonos and Morris Zelner,
Mrs. Serofta Forum Speaker
Tuesday's Forte Forum speaker
will be Mrs. Maurice Serotta, who
will discuss the topic "Dado Coun-
ty Government Issues." Mrs, Se-
rotta, a graduate of the University
of .Miami, does state legislation re-
search for the League of Women
Voters. She is a member of the
National Commission of Social Ac-
tion for Reform Judaism and Datle
County's Local Government Study
Commission. Her 10 a.m. address
will be given in the auditorium at
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Senior Judaeans To
Attend Convention
On Sunday. Dec. 27, more than
.'{CO Jewish young people repre-
senting more than 30 different
communities In the South, will
assemble at Daytona Beach, for
the annual Mid-Winter Conclave
ol Southern Region Senior Judaea.
The theme of the gathering this
year, "Israel- Or Lagoyim," will
be used in every face! of the four-
day program, which Includes dis-
cussions, club' competition in skit.
Israeli folk dancing, Hebrew sing-
ing, oratory, essay, poetry, art
and newspaper. In addition, the
Regional bask, tball and volley-
ball championship will be decided
Sam Fisher, director of the .
Southern Region, George Fleis- '
cher, assistant Regional director i
Yacov Yanir and Yossi Avissar |
emissaries from tho Israel Scouts
to the Southern Region of Young
Judaea iShlichim) will head up
the programming staff, and guide
tho Judaeans in thoir activities.
Tho Southern Region of Young I
Judaea is sponsored by tho South-
ern Hadassah Zionist Youth Com- j
mission, the Joint agency of South-
ern, Southeast! rn and Florida
Hadassah.
Rosen Named Chairman
Of Academy's Dinner
communal leader Leonard Rosen
has been named genera] chairman
of tin' 23rd annual dinner of the
Menorah Board Meeting
Menorah Chapter 1013. B'nal
B'rith Women, will hold a board
meeting in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium, 1234 Washington
Ave.. Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Miami Beach philanthropist and which will be held Sunday evenii
Jan. hi. at the Deauville Hoti
will honor Mr. and Mrs. Ben I.
Binder, founders and I iU] -
' rs of the Hebrew Ac
Mr. Rosen, chairman of th* jA
brew Academy's boarfl of difr*--
tQHbahflMeceived wneUrwide
ognition by his personal partic
pation in a broad range of pr
ects benefitting world Jewry.
During the historic 1mm.''
! Tgency Fund campaign of
19(17. Mr. Rosen headed the mosj
successful fund-raising effort in the
history of Greater Miami. Hii-
service as general chairman of
State of Israel Bonds in South'
Florida led to record achievement
in purchases by Greater Mian'
residents.
Founded 23 years ago with a
enrollment of six students, th
Hebrew Academy now sen
more than 800 young boys an :
girls from kindergarten through
junior high school age. It offer.
, a complete program of genera
1 studies and Hebrew subjects on
its campus at 2400 Pine Tree Di .
U0NARD ROSEN
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
.ouis Merwitzor, pros
of the school has announced.
The annual scholarship dinner,
Miami Beach.
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iaeide ".- o-ts-se -_-.e r.verLr.e:- : .-% *c s the
'_ BflBB wc^.c :oxe ccv~-.a,:e cc as they dia-
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-/tjx. o~.yszs.Jik-- s. r.e .-.as '-**? .--% .ecc recency _- the d.videc Cabinet for
*-^ rp*-.or. of neootiaTjcr-s Tr.* Deferise Minister has been
r.o*ed as a hawk and .-.-- sr._~ c ~ ~.o:e dov_sh position
-erscores 'he Jewus.-. :.r.on s nope for a peaceful setle-
:.-_e.-:* ..-. me Middle Hrr
Wbfl* much has bee:, mace of me a: vision w.--in the
Ga biBSl primarily the ciferer.ces between the views of
Fore-km Mm-ster Abba Ebon and Doyen it should he
err.pr.asizea that the d.vision is over tactics at this petal
rbar. r.o\.-.o \'.e real:"/ of Arab poLtics. believes tr.ey v.-.ll
accept eclbiag less than full withdrawal from the vast
terrJories Israel 's.z+-t.- some m.r.o: adjustments :n Jerusalem- Thus, he is said to
held with (be Rogers plan tha- even less favorable borders
ere possible for Israel to live with, provided all this is
-r.derwr.r'er. :.; -l-.e "Jr-.-ed States, for It g.ves Israel c better
-e ..-. -l-.e world than it has today.
Dayan's position is a complex one; he agrees with Eban
that only full withdrawal will satisfy the Arab nations, but
he believes that accomodction can begin by both sides
thinning out troops at the Suez Canal and perhaps opening
it to commerce. But whatever the division on the tactics, it
is obvious that Israel is now making serious moves to get
back to the aborted peace talks and Middle East cease-fire
may continue for some time to come.
A Ticklish Political Situation
Despite technical rulings which never got to the heart
oi the matter, religious symbols and public buildings do not
go together under the American scheme of things. Separa-
tion of church and state goes beyond prayer and Bible
reading in the public schools; it includes placing a lighted
cross on the Dade County Courthouse a welL
The fact that thp cost of lighting is not borne bv the
taxpayers is an evasion of the issue for which the Metro
Commission must bear responsibility. We recognize it as a
ticklish political question when reliaion gets mixed into
politics no one gains but as Harry Truman once said so
well: if you can't stand the heat, get out cf the kitchen.
An Encouraging Development
A significant breakthrough :n Jewish education mav
be 'it hand with the recent authorization of (he first full
department of Judaic studies at Brooklyn Colleae. The
course offerings range from crt through ed
history, music, philosophy, political science, sock
Yiddish, literature, fine arts ai s a total at 30
in all including a new one called "The '',-.-
rieiiillimii"
The fact that New York Cl y -
system is offering a major ai ........fit
the first time can do much to >.
leading to a career in ]<
rratly in need of men r
:ca. We hope that othi
cut the nation will find tbi
that there are many potential students, both Jewish
ncn-Jewish to mcke such -
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JERUSALEM The eurr a-'
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sume l:nr.e To put >fl tin
when f:r.ng may begil
the Israeii k-:: f-.n? to
find a pretext. r> jg, to
begin peace talks through Am-
bassador Gunnar J rrinj
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liant defense minister, Moshe
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bit suphor^c abo'jt ths new
situation. The relief from, strain
-at. and there arc oth-
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tBence of the bum alor.; the
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fore. that King HnaM B
one day be able to gr.t Isr at
least one truiy peacefu'. b ^r
providing the Israelis a'-
more generous than any v
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Friday. December 11, 1970
JM.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
Nl Cm ; are try-:,:-ball f eaters. pro-
~* *^ -s at fi&rt. S"?vera' of my press
c*n lairing aSsauaMal SI mason and Sen. John
rlier tbey talked up S IfcGovem, H
Birch Bayh for 1 tic noraina-
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rig are pretty el
- I candidate a man must com-
Shad-
. ry turns I tested
II :' Democratic leadership
ver may have
no vacuum now. Sens.
Hubert Humphrey, hav-
- triumph! have filled the
nen to be i tta Hayor J lu
Bter that befell
late ticket he support led on the margin.
linor league.
ALSO LETS TALK of the candidate climate in 1972. It is
the political climate which winnows out the effective men
from the rest, good and bad. I suspect the climate of 1972 will be
closer to 1970 than 1968, which means that there won't be a
major crisis over the war and that the question of law and the
-xrial order and the question of the economy will remain the
ijor issues determining the climate.
A footnote here about the meaning of 1970 results. There Is
a curious and furious disagreement as to who won and who lost.
Des] ite Richard Nixon and Agncw's cheery words as they carried
.'. riddled body of the Republican hoi 1 >f>m- U Republican realists who know it was a costly
it. And despite the sober rejoicing of most Democrats,
' lere are some liberals who rub the wounds inflicted on them in
Albert Gore, Joseph Tydings and Charles Goodell defeats
I in the total results in New York and Connecticut and won-
r hethi r it was in truth a glorious victory.
My f ling is still that in nationwide balance the Democrats
une off better and that in most areas the exploration of the
an .:. c Issu caught up with and prevailed over the exploita-
Sl of the social Issues. Hut it was a near thing between the two.
v hich accounts for the razor-thin margin between many vic-
.i h and defi
'Hie economic i--ue may pass before 1972, but the social
nie will remain as the New York results and especially the
James Buckley victory suggests. In general, those who rightly
or wrongly had the image of being tilted too far toward the left
or the right went down, while those who managed to get across
left-of-center or right-of-center image of moderation won. If I
I m not too wrong on this, then the election results were a modest
itep toward the necessary recenterizing of America.
President Nixon damaged himself for the 1972 contest, but
i e can repair the damage by more moderation as he gets back
' i the business of being President. Agnew also damaged himself.
A the damage will be harder to repair. Yet I don't see much
< lance of either of them displaced as the 1972 Republican
>mim -1.
Mr. Nixon won't have the same kind of war crisis on his
hands that Lyndon Johnson had in 19<1S. nor Ls there much chance
I Ui : will launch a splitaw > movement from the Re-
publicans as Theodoi Roosevelt did with the Bull Moose Partv
912.
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As FOB THE DEMOCRATS, Humphrey's problem a= sena-
tor in the next two years will be to freshen his image and repair
his credibility for the young. He may do it, but not enough to
displace Muskie. Teddy Kennedy's problem will be one of a dif-
1 rent kind of credibility: He will still find it hard to talk with-
j'lt some sense of irony about primarily moral Issues, as Muskie
t ilked of them in his remarkable Election Eve speech.
Lindsay has as much charisma as Kennedy, without his dis-
abilities; and he has more spontaneous appeal than Muskie. His
danger is that of teetering on the Republican-Democratic fence
too long. His disability is that the very strength of his appeal to
the young and the disinherited may make him, in a political
climate of continued tension, a divisive rather than cohesive
leader. If the climate continues much as it is, Muskie will be
hard to beat in the 1972 Democratic convention.
In 1976. when Mr. Nixon is effectively out of the picture,
v ill be a very different case. If Agnew tries to inherit the presi-
(I ntial mantle, then Charles Percy, Mark Hatfield and notably
Lindsay <'f lie has not become a Democrat by then) will bo
formidable opponents for the nomination. And. against Agnew,
someone like Kennedy or Lindsay (is a Democrat I will have a
clear and good chance.
Israel To Be Represented
By Ambassador to Denmark
Her Excellency, Esther Herllts,
Ambassador oi the State of Israel
to Denmark and one of her coun-
Two Informative
Sessions Scheduled
Bv Drive's Leaders

An emergency Conference of
, the condominium delegates to the
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
will be held Tuesday and the
fourth Israel leadership confer-
ence of the CJA-IEF, will l)e held
Wednesday in the Washington
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion Auditorium. 1234 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, according to
an announcement made by Abra-
ham A. Grunhut, chairman of the
Miami Beach Gamoaien Division.
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The 9:30 a.m. sessions will in-
clude firsthand reports about the
current situation in the Mideast.
he said. Guest speakers will in-
clude Rabbi Solomon Schiff. di-
' rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Services; Sender M. Kap-
lan, a member of th? Federation's
Staff, and Mr. Grunhut. The meet-
ings are designed for information
purposes: persons interested in at-
t"nding should call Extension 74
at the Federation office.
Local agencii s benefitting from
] the CJA campaign include B*nai
B'rith Youth Organization of Mi-
imi, the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, the Community Chaplaincy
Service. Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami. Immigration
and Naturalization Service of the
National Council of Jewish Women.
Jewish Family and Children's
Sen Ice, Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice. Jewish Home for the Aged.
Mount Sinai Hospital, the Refu-
gee Resettlement Program, and
AMBAiSADOK HERUTZ
try's leading diplomats, has been
delegated to represent her coun-
try at the Ambassador's Ball, sin-
sored annually by the Israel Bond
Organization. The Ball will take
place Saturday, Dec. 19, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
On this occasion, the Eleanor
Roosevelt-Israel Humanities Award
will be conferred upon S. Hay-
ward Wills, chairman of the board
and president of GAC Corporation,
and 13 young local girls will be
presented to the Ambassador in a
debutante ceremony.
has been closely identified wjth
the founding and development of
modern Israel, in both war and
peace
A graduate Of the Hebrew T.-aeh.
era College, she served ini the Brit-
ish Army during World War n in
Bgypl As we'll as Palestine aMdftt-'
lowing her release from milt
Ice lit 1946, she worked for i
year as resettlement officer I
Pal.-tine ex-servicemen.
1 Secretary of tb
ish Agency's Political Departn i
f n Ai b Afl lira, she held that p
until the Arab siege of Jerusalem
in Israel's War of Liberation. Dur-
ing the siege, she was i >l in
command of Chen, the Women's
A > of Israel, in Jerusalem.
Miss Heil'/. a former director
of tb Public Relations Depart-
ment of the Israel Ministry fo-
Foreign Affairs, has also sr-r
i member of the Tel-Aviv^.'
Municipal Council. From l$p0 to
1958, she was stationed in thi
United States, serving as first .-
retary of the Israel Embassy in
Washington and later as Consul
! of Israel in New York. She v. -
also a member of the Israel Di
gation to tbe fifth General As-
sembly of the United Nati
. where she was assigned to the
j Political Committee.
Esther Herlitz participated in tb
organization of the historic 1950
conference in Jerusalem which
brought about the launching of
, the St tte of Israel Bond Drive
and she was closely associate
with Israel Bonds during her
rice in the l'nite.1 States.
The event will also feature trib-
utes to men and women who haw R.B.W. Benefit Auction
led the record-breaking 1970 Is-
rael Bond Drive, serving as chair-
men and honorees of i series ol j
dinners sponsored by synagogues,
organi/ tions and high-rise build-
ings.
Ambassador Herlitz has lived in
Israel since she was six years of
age. She grew up in a piomer at-
mosphere, and all her adult life
B'nai B'rith Women of C >r
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Israelite Center, 3175 SW 25th SI
Beautiful all-new merchandise, In-
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I >>-. clothing, -hotel k
eud>. dinners and boutiques w8l be
available for bidding. All proeeeds
go towards B'nai B'rith charities
Mrs. David Hollander is chairwian
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This Week In History
40 Years Ago This Week! 1980 .
Prof. Albert Kinstein, in his fii-st
exclusive American interview, told
JTA: "The Jew must realize
himself as an integral part of his
group- He must exert himself, and
devote a part of his energy to fur- :
fhcring the determination of that i
sMBO-of being a Jo*.The labor inj
itself will be a reward."
The German Communist paper
Welt am Alicnd said the Nazis had
deckled to divert attention from in-
1iin.il party dissatisfaction by
means of supposedly siHintanvous
pogrom*.
A Nazi lieutenant c.Ved Hitler
"an unscrupulous demagogue who
bases his teachings on anti-Semit-
ism a nd ifrciwl imUx.fl 'WJtUn mem-
>-rs of Irts own party are radically
inferior."
- The Wchrstras of Hamburg, BW"j
lin, Leipzig, Budapest, Vienna and
Paris waived their rules against
outside engagements to play with
1.'i-year-old Jewish violinist Yehudi
Mcnuhln.
If you're rich
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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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Dr. Abraham Hragin, speaking,
for non-Communist Russian Jew iy,
Complained that in the 13 years
Since the Revolution the Soviet,
government had never officially
considered the question of Jewish
sell-determination.
Dr. Boris Kwartin, 31,'RlHslan-
born fhmnn*isr nnd s m rff Can-
tor Zavel Kwartin, was killed in
a laboratory exolosion at Beth
Moses Hospital, Brooklyn.
Jewish and political leaders in
Warsaw hailed Sholom Asch on
his 50th birthday.
A charge by Hitlerites that 9y,
of Chicago's .judges were Jewish'
was refuted by figures showing 13
Jewish judges out of 100.
10 years Ago This Week: I960
President Truman, the Israel
Bond Organization's 'Man of the
Century," predicted that a Jew
might he president "50 years after
I'm dead."
One of the biggest Nazi trials
opened in Vienna; the evidence
against 10 defendants was said to
weigh ti pounds. In addition 16
Auschwitz officials were arrested. I
Rabbi Zvi Pessah Frank, Ash- j
kena/i Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem,
died there at the age of 76.
Israel's Finance Minister, Levi
Eshkol, presented the cabinet with
a budget of $1,036 billion, up S84
million.
A torchlight parade through
Tel Aviv marked the 40th anni-
versary of 11,stHcir.it. Premier
David B.-n-Gurion boycotted the
cell liration, ignoring Invitations
from Secretary General Pinhas
La von, former Defense Minister,
West German Defense Minis-
ter Franz Josef Strauss ordered
the names of Jewish soldiers re-
stored to public monuments and
honor rolls.
The ICO.OOOth Youth Aliyah immi-
grant, a 12-year-old Iranian girl,
arrived in Israel. .....
Arthur Goldberg's nomination
as Secretary of Labor, following
that of Abraham Ribicoff as S
rotary of HEW, put two Jews In
the same Cabinet for the first
time.
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A "Chanukah verting" will be
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1050 at th-' home of Philip and
Evelyn Weiner, 8490 SW 147th
Tor.. Saturday beginning at B:15
p.m. Latkes prepared bv Philip
Weiner and Harry Schuldiner, the
branch's chefs, and other treats
will be served: songs, candlelight-
Ing and an exolanatl n of the
meaning "t t!-: holiday are also on
the program.
Dr. I Uw xman. well known
scholar, ill sn< ak on Chanukah at
the Workmen's Circli Lyceum, 25
Ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Tui sdav i v fling. The me< ting ol
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Positive? Or Negative;
Rabbi Draiin
B> R\BHI AVROM I- DRAZIN
Th4- Ltraelit*- Ontat Temple
In the Torah Portion for this
I of Jacob's exodus
frorr. hii und'-fath'-r-in-la-A- d r
!.n and his re-
turn to the land
of Canaan.
.Vs he re-
after an
nee of 20
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Jac/i. '. u Immediately I
and prepan d for the worst. H de-
cided to try to bribe Esau and to
ttk with him only if neo --
ary. H divided up his camp into
various sections, spread out his
possessions among the various
groups, and had gifts prepared to
be carrii'd by those who marched
at the head of the long procession
of people and goods.
Wh takes place, however, Jacob is
faced with an amazing discovery.
"Behold, it is lisau. his brother."
Instead of ;i life and death con-
frontation with an enemy. Jacob
is greeted by his brother, who runs
to gr<-"t him as a long lost brother.
Jacob's f'-ar i-. inappropriate, for
th<> grudges of 20 years are vir-
tually forgotten.
.1 icob'a approach to this mo-
ment of fe.ir is similar to ours at
. crucial moments in life. We
go through life reacting to situa-
tions and stimuli, rather than act-
ing positively to create desirable
circumstances. We react to fears.
only to Find that our fear was mis-
' placed and inappropriate. We I.nd.
very often, that our reactions are
uncalled for. By constantly react-
ing, we lose advantages inherent
sith
Tow often we react to the e>-
tion we think others have of
US. If wc would only be our own
normal and pleasant -
would be much bettei off.
We read to people whom we
think are out to get'" us. We
1 should re we would OUT-
. treated Wi
ling '
program of the day. rather than
I, our I s
and principles.
Th. told of thi
. man who felt | by a com-
petitor. He went to the Rebbe for
advice as to how to handle the
. situation. What should he do about
this competitor? The Rebbe asked:
'Have you ever watche 1 a ':-...">
drink water from a pond? The
horse goes to the water and stamps
his foot in the water before drink-
ing.
"Do you know why the horse
stamps his foot in the water?
When he bends down to drink
j he sees his own reflection in the
.vater. Thinking that he sees an-
other bone who wishes to steal
his water, the bone stamps his
foot in order to frighten him.
"This is what you do. Actually.
what you *<< is your own reflec-
. tion. But you are so frightened,
you do not recogni/e what you
i see. so you stamp your foot in
. fright."
Like our father Jacob, we very
often have th" tendency to react
to unreal fears and prejudices.
How much more meaningful our
1 lives would he if we would act
positively out of conviction rather
' than negatively, out of fear.
Rabbi Ben Hillel To
Be Spiritual Leader
P. M Abraham Ben Hillel. noted
-. has been appointed
spiritual leader and will con-
>f the Hebrew Acad- '
emy's South Beach Congregation, i
nceta in the synagogue of
the An Nell Hotel. Meridian Ave-
nue ikI Seventh .Street. Miami .
Vtetfli. Thfs announcement w*
n'-iritoJiy Lo>iis MrwHxXT. prr-si-
Academy at a recent
ting ofTts Board of Directors.
Ben Hillel has a substan-
tial background ;n thr- fi"ld of edJ-
cat R For many
nerved vark" ooncreva-
liona in the Bronx. NY. and fo-
the past four years has been P. bbi
of Y *ing Israel, EtJ Chaim Con-
of Miami Beach.
I HIM !.
ten uthored various ar-
- on Judaica.
' :. Gonshor and Frank Lip-
shitz gaboim of the c ingre
Issu d .'i joint statement say-
ing, W< ire c inf dent that the
igcmenl of Rabbi Ben Hillel
I enhance the entire area and
particularly our congregation."
He is a member of the teaching
staff of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami.
Children To Present Play
The children of the Hebrew
School will present a plav entitled
"In the Spirit of Chanukah" dur-
ing Wednesday's 8 p.m. meeting of
the Sisterhood of Temple M norah
in the Crimson Room. Mrs. Norm.i
Robinowitz will direct the play
which was written by Rabbi Mayei
Abramowitz. Program chairman is
Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk.
Chanukah Program Sunday
The students of Temple Tifereth
Jacob's religious schools will par-
ticipate in the annual Chanukah
program, which will include a '
short play, a choral reading and ,
a seri-s of songs at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayishlach
"And Jacob sent mesf>r>gers before him to Esau, his
brother ." Chapters 32:4-36
JACOB MEETS ESAU Jacob was approaching the lard of
Edbin where his brother had settled. Fearful for the safety of
his family. Jacob sent messengers to his brother with a con-
ciliatory message, but they returned with the news that Esau
was approaching with four hundred men. Preparing for the
wo:st. Jacob divided his camp into two parts, so that if one wen
attacked the other might escape. He also sent a succession of
valuable rifta to Esau, to pacify him.
JACOB BECOMES ISRAEL That night he sent his n
and children across the ford of Jabbok. and stayed behind atone.
A "man" appeared and wrestled with him until dawn. The man,
who was an angel of Cud being unable to overcome Jacob,
touched the hollow if h thigh and lamed him. Ncverth
to releasi his opponent from his grasp unli-.
received a blessing, his wish was granted Henceforth, he would
be called by a new name, Israel. ("He that prevails with God.""
Jacob now came face to face with Esau, who embraced him with
ffi tion. Sensibly refusing Esau's offer of an armed escort;
Jacob parted from his brother and eventually reached Shoehorn,
named after the son of Hamor. chieftain of the city. There ho
bought some land, pitched his tent and in gratitude built an altar
to God.
JACOBS HOMECOMING Jacob returned to Bother, hav-
ing first buried all the idols in the possession of his household
under an oak tree in Shcchom. God apia-arcd to him again, calling,
his name Israel, and renewed the promise to give the land to
him and his seed. As they wen approaching Bethlehem. Rachel
died in giving birth to Benjamin. At long last Jacob reached
Hebron, where he was reunited with his father. Isaac died at
tile age of 180. and his sons Esau and Jacob buried him.
GENERATIONS OP' ESAU Esau had bocome very weal-
thy, but as there was insufficient land in Canaan for both lijm
and his brother to tend their flocks and herds, he took his famih
and possessions and settled in Mount Seir, in the land of Edom.
Ks.-ui became the ancestor of many tribes who soft led in that
territory.
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Singles 25 48 Invited
Single, widowed or divorced |kt-
Miami Beach in the Washington
Federal Auditorium 11.33 Norman-
sons between 25 and 48 yean of|^.Dr" Wednesday at 8:30 p.m
Judge Jason Berkman will install
age are united to attend the reg- tnt. m>w slatl, o1 Qfflcen; refresh-
ular meeting of Single Parents of ments will be soivnl.
r^eliqrioMS <^<
id
ervices
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dll Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 226 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sot Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday 5 p.m. and s p.m. Family
and. Conseoratliin Babbath f'.r Hebrew
Bchool BasinnerB, Saturday 9 a m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickton 6
Friday K:I5 p.m Bermon: "The
Generation Uap!" Followed b) Onea
Bhabbat hosted by Mr. and Mr* Max
Samuel*. In honor of their Golden
VnniverHary. Saturday 5:45 a.m Ber
men: "True Representative! 4:l*
p mi Portion of Law 4 4.", p m Bi i -
limn: "A Meaaa*;* *>f Importance."
BETH TOV (Temple). 8438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
Friday 8:15 i> m Gueal Speaker: At-
i.irn.y Miii,,n Miller. Subject: "Change
or Name." Followed by Ones Bhab-
bai
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joieph R Narot. 10
Friday 8:15 p.m Rabbi Tabachnlkoff
Will 'lix.-us.-.: .Mural ll.iay In < mi-
Soviet) Today."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
rtnagjfi esntr.r Nation PirnlNi 11
Friday ".:ir. p.m and I." p.m Ker-
i.. ... "A lOllll 'i '
ufday *:4.'. a mi
OR OLOM (lempiei aiii S W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph QliJt-
man. 13
Pi i.lay .". :S0 p mi and p m Bi
'." a m liar Mltsvah: Jense, son
it Mr and Mm. Arthur Roth.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Corscrvative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbiny -14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein 15
Friday '" p.m Saturday 9:80 a.m.
Sunday 9 30 am Chanukah program
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman V Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
'" p.m Saturday B a.m. Bat
Mltavnh: Miriam Ann, daughter of
Mr and .Mrs Stanley Caspan.
NORTH MIAMI
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Fldmn 28
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bat Mltxvab: Roalta,
daughter of .Mr. nml Mrs Hyman
Kim man. Saturday h b m Bar Mlti-
vah: Robert ,aon >( Dr. and Mrs
Stanley tVallnum
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi lugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward rtlein. 29
Fridays:15 p m Sermon: "The Soviet
Show Trials and the Jew* of Sllem
Baton,
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION jSlZJ^l '"' '"" ''"~ "f Sil-"' "
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. 0HV SHALOM. 7055 Bomta Dr.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachenhaum. 35
Friday : 30 p.m. Sermon: "They
Are Angelt TodayWhat Of Tomor-

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roar ant a
Dee, 13
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Dee. 13
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Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. -TTie Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Milton Sehlinsky, Temple Adath Yesh-
umn X
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Stiff ftnall Voice
Topic: "The Hesiioftsljgfcie.s of Youth to Jewish
Tradition"
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross, Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami
Guests: Dr. Burton Hutman, a psychiatrist on
Jackson Manorial Hospital staff; Dr. DopaJd
Kass, Miarnf Beaph endocrinologist: M*aVtin
Wassennan, serYior AuoVnt at Mesiv-ta of Greater
Miami, and-Judy Kolansky, a senior* at Mar-
garet and Olfsi! WeisUaas Girls' High School1.-; s^.
Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: Motion Pictures and Their Ratings
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce -
Panelists: Tom Flefante flj \
Guests: Rev. David Holt and Father Frank CahiTT* *
lUsiBK.IEs,,
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB, 301 Washinnton Ave.
Orthodox. Rebbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David R.inb. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
''' ''">' :'' l' 111. Si rmon Ri, ,, -
I'..r 11
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
crlilaj 7:45 p.m Sermon: "The Torah
Texl Thai Shaped My Faith Satur-
day mornlnK. Bar Mltivah: Benjamin
Nim-ir. win ..f Mrs Max Depaula
and Mr. Arthur Nemaer.
BfJ1 TFIl-AH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- '.
ky 22 I
BxTnuV(Jf.E^H CHAIM CONGREGA. !
e>iTiS%' ?*2 Mer,d'*n Avenue. 22.A i
GXiS'* HEBK*VV CONGREGATION. I
42 Washington Ave Orthodox. '
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23 ;
EMANU-EL (TKMPLEI. 1701 Wash. '
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irv.
Mil Lenrmsn. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
friday 5 p.m. and S:3 p.m. Queet
r.H ,r: Prl!["SJ,f"- Seymour IJebman.
SuKj.it: -The New Antl-Semltea
r^'""'"." ""' Aral.." Saturdby B a m
.ven T 1 1"'r'i"" ""' WtsSffi
Jiyron .1 Binder,
Gro?, R,bbi A'ex'nder S
CONG. AN-NETL'TrTranch of He-
brew Academy,. 7th St. and M.rl-
9S.i0t^a^L "*** Abratg^|
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Sehlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative, Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Friday p.m flues! Speaker: -Mr. Al-
fred Golden, President of Hillel Board
at iT.ji Subject: "Hello CoDece
Goodbye Judaism Doea It Have To
Be Thai Way-."
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE !
JM01 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Klngsley. Cantor
Irving Shutkea, &
lYulay :1B p. m.. Kc-rmnn: Professor!
Henry SkuiimskyA Oreat T.a. ber
r.x No More." Saturday HhSO am. Bat,
Mitztah: Neda, (laughttr of Mr. and
Mrs. 'Murray Tobln.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 2amora Ave.
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Friday 8:15 p ro. Saturday S.IS u
Mlneha 5:30 p m
FT. lAUOIIttJAU
BETH ISRAEL (TtMPLE). 647 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi She don
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Paik
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klemerlt. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Raobi Morris A. okop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFS IOC
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT.ON.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O Vine.
M
MAtLANOAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday 8 15 p.m. Sermon: "Can '
xervative nnd R. f,rm Judaism Onlli
Saturday 11 a m Bar Mltsvah: Mlol -1
l< aon of Dr. mill Mrs Louis Jobl
BETH SHALOM "TteMPLFV. 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rarbl
Morton Malavsky, Cantot ,.v "9
Gold. 48
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shap'o-
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 8.W. S5th St.
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MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAl GABIES
JUDEA TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:15 p.m. Temple ,lulru Youth
i.roup Creative Service Saturday
11:1... am. Bat Mltsvah: Alls.- Jov.
u;tuiiter of Mr. and Mrs. Myli-a K.
13 KrSLEV
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This p*$r. it prtparei in
cooperation with the Grratrr
Miami Rabbinical Association.
CoordinutoT of the fettwei
appearing here if
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Spiritual Leadc 0/
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UJA, Histadrut Conclude
Fuiidtiiaising Agreement
NEW YORK (JTAt An
ment whereby the Israel His-
I Irut campaign will avoid sched-
uling 'public, fund-raisins dinners
aril events in Jewish communities
tdnrmrttie peWod Dec. 15, 197G
lane-1. 1(974; so as not to con-
flict with the 1971 United Jewish
kpjuaHsiael Emergency Fund
fc.impaign has boon announced by
lack Weiler and Mrs. Charlotte
Li cobson, cochairman of the Com-
\ ttee on Control and Aulhori/a-
n of Campaigns of the Jewish
:oncy!
l"ho Commit too on Control i-i
mpoaed of the leading officers
the United Jewish Appeal, the
luncll of Jewish Federations and
'fare Funds and the Jewish
nry for Israel, The agreement
- approved by the Hoard of
"ctofj of the Histadrut cam-
division and make a concerted ef-
fort to moDlllze maximum support
of the UJA campaigns among those
active in the Histadrut Movement.
All contributions., received from
'the special effort bt the Histadrut
Labor Zionist Division'wlll be pay-
able to the respective Welfare
Fund UJA drives.
In those few instances where
public Histadrut fund-raising af-
fairs have already been scheduled,
it was agreed that the Jewish
Agency and the UJA, will confer
with the communities involved to
obtain necessary clearance for
these dates or to arrange alterna-
tive dates. The agreement gives the
Histadrut campaign the right to
hold public fund-raising dinners
that involve primarily attendance
and gifts that will not compote
ivJth the UJA.
Dr. Irving Lehrman Elected To
UNESCO Executive Committee
Dr. Irving Lehrman, who has
been spiritual leader of Temple
Kmanu-Kl, Miami Beach since 1943
UNESCO since March 28, 19(>9. programs, and information re-
Recently elected to the governing garding UNESCO activities is re-
body, the rabbi will go to Wa ington next week to attend the
Iusjj 'Agency, the Histadrut in
t I, the National Committee for
I r Israel and the Israel gov-
imerix
:n (National Committee for or Israeli, of which Leon H. I .(MM) 1 OllllsUkl'S
-etiine is president and is in fi (\f f ,1
.rd with a pivvious understand- l>U818 \Jl tL,0(lV,
reached in Jerusalem between The B'nai B'rith Hotel Executiv.
J.\. the I Hospitality Lodge will host over
1.000 deserving youngsters for a
day of fun. games and entertain-
ment Sunday. Jerry Olin. president
of the organization, reports.
Some of the area's top enter-
tainment names will be on hand
for a big dinner and show in the
Miami Beach High School Audi-
torium which will climax their
day.
The youngsters, selected from
the Dade County schools, will start
the day at several oooanfront ho-
tels where they will be served
lunch. Swimming and other ac-
tivities will be provided before
they are transported to the high
school, where the entertainment
and dinner being arranged by Eddie
Lane will follow.
\ I though calling for the continu-
|ion "of the traditional activities
the Histadrut campaign, includ-
organi/ational and educational
|nctiops as heretofore," the His-
Irut campaign will recommend
th^ Labor Zionist Movement
it they will join with the Labor
ktincil for the UJA. in the organi-
tion of a "Hisladrut-Labor Zion-
Division for the UJA campaign
1971."
[The Histadrut campaign pledged
it it will place its facilities cv-
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National Commission for the
Chapter Holds Its 1st Special Event
The newly formed North Miami
Beach Chapter of the National
Confer'nee of Synagogue Youth
will hold its first special event. "A
Shabbat Happening." on Friday
and Saturday, Jay Dennis, presi-
dent, has announced.
The event, which will empha-
size the spirit of the Sabbath as B
I day of rest, rejoicing and learning,
] will be held at the host congrega-
1 tion, Young Israel of Greater M-
i ami, 990 NE 171st Street, North
Miami Bcr.ch.
Featured in the program will
be a seminar discussion on con-
' temporary problems facing Amer-
ican Jewish youth. Jewish teen-
agers from Dade and Broward
County high schools will partici-
pate.
The N iti mal Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth, the youth organiza-
tion of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
has a national membership of 10,-
000 high school students. Th" ex-
ecutive board of the North Miami
Beach Chapter includes the presi-
dent. Lauri Rosenberg, vice pres-
ident, and Joseph Kallrr, secre-
tary-treasurer. Dr. Norman Bloom
is the chapter advisor.
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the) Front Arab 1
troops.
Peopa Golds Men have
know I t Soviet
behavior
Lenin'i rule: "Probe with a
onct until you meet with rteeL'
They have ieen th'- Sot
Baring their n iitary < mv
minuTit in Egypt
quite remoraeleaa ttage in ev-
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"In the l^st analysi
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cut till pjoea mi In the
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after the Vienna ilti-
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talo i mow. And
until all this changes and
Bib/, too. I-r:i<'!'s
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ti i rible a i ever.
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+Jcnisfi Fhridtfan
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imerican Zionists Launch
Million-Member Drive
NEW YORK. XV .\ ,. tlon-
, lie campaign to enroll one mil-'
. nerican Jews as m m i ol
new American Zionist Federa-I
an affirmation of their de-l
.'iion. sympathy and pledge of
(nntinued help for Israel will be
..nchorl at a meeting Monday al
0 [km. in the Biib'.zon Plaza
fi ':::?. -ion Central Park South,
been announced by Rabbi
fcael MilLr. president.
| he American campaign will be
iguratcd ir. the presence of
A. Plncus of Jerusalem,
rman of the J 'wish Agency
Israel, and will fi ature the
e thou ing of a film pri -
jtation, "The Hope." especially
ired for the membership en-
Iment campaign, using a new
lm show" technique.
|Vi:li Rabbi Miller presiding,
-ptrthors will he Mr. Pincus:
t.iham Scher.ker of Jerusalem,
\\ of the Organization Depart-
^it of the Jewish Agency: and
Charlotte Jacohson of New
Ik. a member of the Executive
It he Jewish Agmcy American
Itioii. who i* chairman of thf>
Insors Committee for the mil-
l-member roll call.
|!n this time of crisis for Israel.
|n its very existence is threit-
|d by Soviet support of the Arab
se.'! said Rabbi Miller, "a roll
of American Zionist friends of
1 "is more important than it
Men since the middle 1940's
lo the establishment of the
le of Israel by the United X.i-
h-.i< campaign tor a reaffirms;-
of Zionism. Rabbi M'ller
b:\i-A out, is being conducted by
World Zionist Organization
Mighout th^ world. "Certanly."
|~aid. "we in America must once
in affirm our devotion, svm-
|hy and pledge of continued help
Israel. We arc asking all
ricic. Jews to enroll as one of
rviTon American Jew sh
,.!> of Ura"l through memher-
in on" of the Zionist national
HUM or b" dire-t afil'atjon with
Hi American Zionist Federation.
In this way, they will demons) al
solidarity with Israel and af-
firm the 'Jerusalem Program1
B lo ted at the '.'7th Zionist Con
gre In June, 1968, which states:
The Sims ol /innUtll ;iit:
The unity of the Jewish people
aid the eentialitv of Israel in
- Jewish lif.-;
The ingathering of the -Jewish
people In its hlstorle homeland
Eretz Israel through Allyuh
from all countries;
The strengthening or the State
<> Israel, Which is n-.is=:l on the
prophetic vision of justice and
peaee;
I
The preservation of the Identity!
of the J-wish pe-^le thro-igh
the fostering of Jewish and II"-
h-ev education a1 of Jewish
spiritual and cultural values;
I
The protection of Jewish rights
everywhere.
The American Zionist Fed ra-
tion is the central organization
that speaks and acts on behalf of
the united Zionist Movement in
the United States. It includes a
constituency of 13 adult Zionist
groups and 10 Zionist youth or-
ganizations with 703.000 members,
as well as other organizations and
individuals who subscribe tj its
programs.
Poale Zion Branch
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the
fuest sneaker at a meeting of the
Chaim Grccnberg Branch of Poale
Zion in the Washington Federal
auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave..
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Installation of the branch's new
slate of officers is scheduled to
take place, and a musical pro-
gram has been arranged for the
meeting, which is open to the
, public.
Two Camp Judaea
Hallies Set Sunday]
Sam r .f Atlanta. Ga., will
i visit Miami Sunday to present two
pants about this well-kni i
| children's camp, it has been an-'
nounced.
Camp rallies will be held Sun-
i 2:30 p.m. In Temple Beth
M he, 13630 W. Dixie Hwy.,
North Miami, at 7:30 p.m. in Tem-
ple Jud lea, 5500 Granada Blvd..
On al Gablrs. Mr. Fisher announc-
ed.
The purpose of each rally is to
Inform parents and children about
Camp Judaea's activities and its
spiritual-building programs. A col-
orful film of the camp and a per-
i rmance bv the Dahlia danc ri
will bo the highlight.
Camp Judaea is a me nber of
the American Camping Ass icia-
tion and subscribes to the highest
standards of that organization, Mr.
Fisher explained. Its staff of ma-
ture counselors, college men and
women, educators and group work-
ers have been chosen by their
skills in camping, education and
group work.
One of the camp's programs is
centered around the brother move-
ment of Young Judaea in Israel,
called the Tsofim Scouts of Is-
rae'.i Each year the Tsofim sends
a delegation of young scouts fron
Israel to live with the campers.
They exchange ideas, thus cre-
ating more understanding be-
tween Israeli and American chil-
dren.
Furth*"- information on the
camp and the camp rally may be
obtained from the Hadnssnh Zion-
ist Youth Commission office.
'Salute To Israel' Will
Climax Chanukah Events
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, ex-
ecul i\ i \ i'v pr sidenl of the Amer-
ic i! Israel Histadrut Foundation,
>vil', he one of the participants in
g tint Chanukah "Saulte to Is
Dec. 28 at the Fontaine-
' bleau Hotel.
The annual international rally
wHiwclimeK t/ifltearitorg telebna-
, tlon of Histadrut s Golden Jubilee
I Dr. Leon Kronish, national board
! chairman of the Histadrut has an-
> lottrxed. An Ambassador of the
St it ol Israi I will also he or. the
"mi1/, im, according to Dr. Michael
So!n, president of th" Israe' His-
; i ul Council of South Florid .
| D-. St"in. one or the nation's
! best known economists, has head-
I ed the Histadrut Foundation s!n"e
i t was begm in Miami Beach 10
j -.-oars ago. Since that time, it has
1 Town ito an endowment w-
gram totaling more than $18,-
j 0CO.OO0 with funds used to s-m-
oort the loc-rangc medical, el-i-
i cational. religious, cdt'i-al and
welfare programs of the Histadrut
in Israel.
A graduate of the Univers'ty of
Ghent ir. Belgium, Dr. Stein is re-
garded as an authoritv on estate
planning, deferred giving and In-
vestment trusts. He will introduce
| a new program of the Histadrut
I Foundation designed to providr
Americans with a high rate o'
mcome on their investments while
al the same time he Iping Israi I
Rabbi Kronish will outline the
historical relat'onshlp of Chanukah
to tin' modern State >i Israel.
Norman J. Kasser and Lou Pol-
ler, cochairmen for the South-
castern United States of the His-
tadrut Foundation, are scheduled
to meet with Dr. Stem to help
Clan the sixth annual Mid-Winter
Conference of the Histadrut Foun-
dation slat -d Felt. 15-17 at the
Fontaini bleau Hotel.
A traditional latke celebration
will mark the Dec. 28 affair cul-
minating a s 'ties ol community-
Aid Chanukah events, whieh j-
open to the public. Reservations
,.,, ,.,. .,,-..,,,i an(] may he < cu ed
t in- Histadrut office, l Lin i tin
!:d.. Miami Beach.
David Pinski Culture Club
The David Pinski Culture Club
j will feature author-lecturer L La-
lavin, speaking on the topic "The
Messianic Movement Among Jews"
at its 8 p.m. Friday Oneg Shabbos
in the Ida Fisher School's Cafe-
teria. 1424 Drexel Ave.. Miami
Beach. A program of Hebrew and
Yiddish songs has also been prc-
oared by folksinger Shoshannah
Hoffman, who will also direct the
communal singing.
Smorgasbord-Party Set
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth I
Tov has scheduled its annual
Smorgasbord Chanukah Party
event from 4-7 p.m. Sunday at the
temple. Beautiful gift items at
nominal prices will be available in
addition to th,1 fine food being pre-
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be secured from Mildred Weiss or
Margaret Taub.
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DATUM JERUSALEM By Eliohu Salpeter
Friday, December 11, 1970
Arab Federation Makes Sense To Egypt
IN OTHER PARTS f the world, two or more na-
tions entering on the first steps that may eventu-
I to some union among them carefully ex-
plore the ground bef ire making
the slightest move. For the Arabs,
having two or three leaden on the
same balcony and facing a. prpvvd
- a sufficient foundation for
new federation. So,
tin a few weeks ago, the lead-
ers of Egypt, Libya and Sudan
announced the establishment of a
Federation between their three
countries.
It used to be said that this Arab inclination.
which disregards the negative realities of divergent
political and economic Interests, is actually the ex-
pression of a deep emotional desire for Arab unity.
Arab unions and federations of the past, even
when they had some foundation, proved rather
lived. The most notable of the
"merger." under Nasser, of Egypt and Syria, the
only r of which is Egypt's retention of the
hollow name "United Arab Republic."
Nasser was perhaps the only Arab leader who
learned a lesson from the disgrace when the Syri-
uddenly dissolved the Union and sent the Egyp-
tian troops and officials packing. From then on.
until his death, he resisted the recurring ideas of
Egypt merging, uniting, federating or associating
with another Arab country "before proper condi-
tions were established." He probably realized that
differences among Arba countries made the estab-
lishment of "proper conditions" rather an aim for
the distant future than a possibility for today or
tomorrow._______
IN THE THEATRE
By George friedman
The Disappearing Synagogue
FEMPLE PETACH TIKVAII in Brooklyn, which had to
discontinue its teen programs and High Holiday choir
for lack of funds, and has seen attendance slump drastic-
ally now has lost its Cantor after two decades. The rea-
sons for his departure are not unique to that institution
or to Brooklyn. They go to the vehry heart of the dilapi-
dation and malaice of our cities, in which formerly all-
Jewish neighborhoods now integrated, have become in-
creasingly unsafe, noisy, and dirty. "This period was the
most satisfying 20 years of my life, and I had hoped to
stay with Petach Torah as long as its doors were open,"
Cantor Schraeter says, "but in the last few years it just
became impossible. If people had held firm instead of flee-
ing, they could have held the community together." he
adds. "The first black familities that moved into Crown
Heights were honest, reliable people, but when you begin
getting Welfare cases, transients, undesirables .
r. m ,ji
MMlElmm.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Ifebnwm
'Morality And Eros'
WERE IT NOT for the facts that Richard L.
Rubinstein is the Hillel director at the Uni-
versity of P-ttsburgh, a graduate of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary, and one of the
avantgarde in the Jewish theolog-
ical cant about "God is Dead," I
would not review Morality Si Eros
(McGraw-Hill Book Co. $5.951.
In the preface, the author writes,
"Judaism and Christianity are in
the process of becoming neo-archa-
ic, pagan religions in fact if not in
name." Since the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation was
created for the guidance of Jewish youth on our
campuses in matters of religion and is supported by
Jewish communal funds for the purpose of preserv-
ing of Jewish values, it is paradoxical that the effu-
sions of this author are antithetical to that which
Hillel espouses.
A rabbi, the author lacks the humility theoreti-
cally a characteristic of a rabbi or learned person.
On the contrary, he pontificates with all the pseudo-
profundity and exhibitionism of the Eastern Estab-
lishment's intellectual snobbishness, and condones,
if not advocates, sexual hedonism. He is flip and
glib and Freudian to the point of an obsession. He
appears to have become immured in the oral and
anal passages of Psych 101 and 102. He poses as an
economist, cultural anthropologist, sociologist, psy-
chiatrist and, of course, he never forgets to preach.
While many agree that youth is seeking tradi-
tional religion and even mysticism, the author KM
the radical minority through his Freudian, and
myopic, vision and proceeds to attribute his findings
to the majority. It is not clear whether he is a
Hillel director or a literary critic, an existentionlist
buff, or the author of a new morality to replace
the traditional morality of believing Jews.
Situation ethics is the modern term for moral-
ity defined by subjective standards, e.g., "that which
makes me happy is moral and that which makes me
unhappy is immoral." Rubinstein chooses the
eclectic definition of J. Fletcher which holds that one
must love one's neighbor and that "If you love your-
self, do so only for the sake of your neighbor."
Fletcher rejects "all ethical laws save the command
to love God in the neighbor," but how valid can
this definition be if God is dead?
"The Jewish merchants themselves didn't maintain
the dignity of their avenue, and the Sanitation Depart-
ment neglected the area," he added. The change has been
decided: "even five years ago it was a flourishing Jewish
community." he noted.
Ruth Schraeter, a youth counselor for the New York
State Employment Sen-ice, recalls that when integration
began, they thought: "We're going to stay, because we're
not against integration and we have some very fine
neighbors. It's going to happen all over, so why run? But
soon, our very fine Jewish merchants started putting out
schlock for a dollarnever mind the discount stores."
Then a nearby building was turned into "a house of
prostitution and wham-bango drunken parties."
As more Jews left, her husband's professional posi-
tion became more untenable. "He was extremely devoted
to Petach Tikvah," she says. "It was more than a job to
him, it was 'his temple,' and to leave them was very
difficult In the last year or two they didn't even have a
minyan on a Friday night, and the handwriting was on
the wall. He wasn't getting any younger, and Petach
Tikvah would have to close."
The breaking point ror the Schraeters came when
their youngest child, a 15-year-old son, was held up and
roughed up four timesonce by a white and three times
by blacks, as it happens. So now Alvin Schraeter, a
splendid hazzan, who hadn't sought a raise from Petach
Tikvah for more than a dozen years, officiates at Kew
Gardens Hills Jewish Center in Queens, and serves as
executive director of Bellerose Jewish Center. Kew Gar-
dens Hills J.C. has a professional choir, a "very active
program" (300 youngsters in Talmud Torah classes), and
up to 900 congregants (most in their mid-20s) on a regular
basis. He says its situation Is equivalent to that of Petach
Tikvah 10 years ago.
And to think that Petach Tikvah means "Gate of
Hope"!
Israel Newsletter
President Sadat. Nasser's successor, does not
seem to have the same sense of realjtj \- ,on as
>k over, Sadat pushed the Idea ol the Federal
lion with Libya and Sudan. Such a ) tkm of
. makes eminent sons*from Egypt's point
Poor, o\i populated Egypt could well us..
. .i revenues of Libya; and Would dearly'
some of its excess population in the
fertile and sparcely inhabited lands of Sudan.
The idea of the "unity of the Nile V !:.>" rocs
back thousands of years, to the times of the Ehar-
but it always meant Egyptian domination of
the up-river peoples and their struggle against
such domination. Why should the Sudanese be In-
terested in Egyptian domination or colonization?
Ami why should the new Libyan revolutionary re-
be eager to share its oil-wealth with Cairo?
Indeed, the latest Egyptian-Libyan-Sudanese
Federation is so loosely designed that it is hard to
see how Egypt could easily put its hand on the
revenues of one or the lands of her other partner.
Sadat, unlike Nasser, does not have the stature nor
the influenci to make the Libyans or Sudanese ac-
cept Egyptian exploitation. It is most unlikely that
Sadat will be able to dominate the Federationif
it ever goes beyond the declarative stage. He prob-
ably wants the Federation in order to obtain the
rl of Sudan and Libya and thus strengthen
his own position, at least inside Egypt.

By CARL ALPERT
I

Voting On Issues Or Personalities
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
i A Jewish President
> THE FIRST Jewish president of the United States
will probably be Joseph Lieberman, of New Haven,
| Conn., a scintillating speaker, who just astonished
Connecticut by breasting a Republican tide to be
I elected to the State Legislature on the Democratic
ticket. To get the nomination he defeated the speaker
of the State Senate in a primary.
Joe Lieberman, already a veteran politico, has
served in the office of Sen. Abraham Rrbicoff and m\
has written a biography of James Bailey, chairman
of the Democratic National Committee.
Utterly captivating and possessed of a chemical
personality, Mr. Lieberman, the nephew of Ortho-
dox Rabbi Joseph Ehrenkrantz. of Stamford. Conn.,
and very' comfortable and knowledgeable in Judaism
will get national prominence just at a time when
the nation will take it for granted that a Jew with
qualifications could be considered for the White
House. That has not been the case before. But by
the time Joseph Lieberman will be ready for the
presidency, we predict the United States will be
I ready for Joe Lieberman.
-:UB : .jar. ,, : Htm:
WHO WILL BE prime Minister of Israel following the
national elections in the fall of 1973? A poll to be
held during the next few days may determine the answer
, to that question.
For on Sunday Dec. 13, the Israel
1 Labour Party will hold its own balloting
I to choose delegates to its party conven-
3 tion. Some 284,000 registered party mem-
1 bers will go to more than a thousand
1 Tolling places in 445 cities, towns and
villages. Each 150 party members are en-
I titled to one convention delegate, which
means that there will be about 2,000 representatives at
the convention.
The convention itself will be held in April unless it's
postponed a procedure that is monotonously common
on the Israel political scene. The convention will in turn
choose the Central Committee of the party which, until
the next convention, effectively controls the party ma-
chinery. The small, tight Committee not on!y determines
party policy, but also selects the party candidate for the
next election. Since Labour is the largest and the domi-
nant party in Israel, such nomination is practically tan-
tamount to election.
Two elements make the party election of unusual in-
terest this year. In the first place, this is the first internal
poll since the former Mapai, the former Rafi and the for-
mer Achduth Avodah groups amalgamated to form the
united Labour Party. The two junior partners who joined
Mapai in the merger were allocated seats and positions of
influence in the party councils on an arbitrary basis. There
were some who felt that Achduth Avodah was given rep-
resentation greater than its potential voting stieiMyth.
There were some who felt that Rafi, whose major per-
sonalities are Moshe Dayan, Shimon Perps and Yosef
Almogi, was not afforded sufficient influence. Indeed,
Dayan had asked for a party election at the time to de-
termine the respective support of each faction, instead of
letting the bosses on top determine the matter. He lost
then, but will have his chance now.
The second element of significance is the fact that
the senior partner in Labour, Mapai, has not had a demo-
cratic poll of its rank and file since 1954! The potentates
and big wheels who have been running party affairs for
a long time may not today enjoy the same support which
gave them power 16 years ago. Of the 284,000 registered .
party members, no less than 35% are 35 years of age or
less. This means they did not vote at all in 1954. The im-
plications for a possible change in the complexion of the
party are obvious.
Both issues and personalities play a quiet but vital
role in these elections. If the friends and supporters of
Pinhas Sapir can gain control of the convention, and
hence dictate the composition of the new Central Commit-
tee, it could augur an Increase in the influence of the
doves. If the friends of Dayan make a strong showing, it
may well mean that he will be In line to succeed Golda
Meir.
Obviously the full significance of the poU will not be
known until the delegates meet In convention, and the
various groups maneuver for the first test votes. Never-
theless, Dec. 13 may mark a turning point in the politic? 1
history of Israel.


I December 11, 1970
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IEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.(; IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
:l. rsign. d. desiring lo engage
K.,,--. under 111.- fictitious name
IMIKTA BEArTlClAN at 1661
1 Avi M I! 33139 intends to
r-;iil name with tin- Clerk
I Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
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12. H-li-2.-. 1 1___________
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. H IS HEREBY aiVBN that
lorslgned, desiring to engage
. --. under the fictitious name
IEWELRY at IM1 James Ave.,
Intend* to register said
i.th tl- Clerk of th... Circuit
Dade County. Florida.
Alberto komudo
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CUIT "1IHT <^r "rue
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.ORIDA. IN AND FOR
)UNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. ?.>-21494
;e by publication
henri im'ikh'hei!,
kTTE DI'Rochkr.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Cane No. 70-20667
NOTICEyOF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
JOSE MANUEL ALVAREZ and
MARIA A. ALVAREZ, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
Vs
ENRIQUE ESTRADA and
BV ANGELINA ESTRADA,
nB wife.
Defendants.
T>: BNRIQI'E E8TRADA and
EVAN); BUNA ESTILXI >A,
his wife
::i i MM street
I'nicm City, New Jersey
YOU AUK HKUssBY NOTIFIED
Miat an art ion to
HUKe I" Umbel ::
LEGAL NOTICE
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
EMIODIO BANCHBZ,
Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
vs
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It,
{r|.;iM-"i- i>i-i>fwio;i;
DENCR I'VK.WWX
kUUI'KKJTK DI'Rochkr.
lotifled that a Complaint
has been filed against
u are required to serve
our Answer or Pleading
mplajnt, on the Plaintiffs
IENRY NORTON, 14m; Bis-
ilniK. .Miami. Plorida, ami
flglnal Aii-wiT or Pleading
of the Clerk of the Ch -
ii or before the 81sl day
IH"n If you fall to il" so,
Iby default "ill be taken
Lu for the relief demanded
[plaint
ILEATHERMAN, ci< rk
curt. Hade* County. Plorida
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IRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
:ASE NO. 70.7532
;e by publication
Ci-KKLY HARTWHi.
VRTWIO.
YNF. 1IARTU Hi. residence
AkiH HKKKItY NOTIFIED
i- written defenses to this
llrli' the- tVurt's Clerk snd
VS upon plaintiffs At-
tVN ZAJIKT SMITH.
kI Bunk Rldg., Miami. Flo-
r bafora the 22nd day of
I9rn Isi the Complaint
|kell afl confessed.
ember 16, 1970.
l.KATilKI'.MAX, CLERK
y < P coi'RL'AND
deputy Clerk
!>urt Seal
11.20-27 12'4-11
scribed real property:
"l.oi lf,t of JOHN A. CAMP-
BELL'S LITTLE FARMS, accord*
iiiK to the Hint thereof. s record
eil In Pint itonic 4... at Page 31,
of the Public Record! of Dude
County, Florida,"
i has been riled against you and you
are required to serve n copy of your
written defenses, if any. to ii" on
RTCHARD W. LYONS ft ASSOCIAT-
B8, P. A., attorneys for plaintiffs,
whose address Is ISM N.W. 7th
Street, Miami. Florida, anil file the
Original with the Clerk of the above
Styled court on or before December
II, 1370, otherwise a judgment may
be entered against you for the re-
manded in the Complaint or
lidia nivas de SANCHEZ,
Defendant
TO: LIMA RJVAS DB SAKCI
31 Ave 46D4
Apt. 4
Mariaiiao. Havana, Cubs
You, LIDIA RTVAfl DB BANOHKZ.
are hereby notified that a Bill of (
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to ;
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Comnlainf on !h
foreclose a mart- Plaintiffs attorney.
the following di- K.N'T WEINSTEIN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHHHY QIVBN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ot PORTfl AI.EORE DI8COCNT at
Ji N.E. Snd si.....i. Miami, Florida
sjtends to register said name with
the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
AI.HF.RTo VBNTITRA
(owner 100"! I
II 2"-27 12 4-11
lief di
petltlo
This Notice shall be published
"ii.. each week for four consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my ha ml and the seal ot
said Court ai .Mi.inn. Florida, on this
12th day of November, 1970,
i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: c p ropELAND
Ai l lenuty Clerk
(Cln nil Com t Seal)
RICHARD W I Vi in- v
\SSI "OIATKS. P A
1230 N W Till Street
Miami. Florida
Attorn*) Ii r Plnni l I
!7 15 1 '1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the umderslgncd, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of JACK A. DAVIS, M D at 7*00 Red
Road, c.rai flables, Fla Intends t'
register said name with the- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
JACK A DAVIS, M 1>. P A.
SPARSER, /.km el. ROSK1X and
HKII.IIKi INNER I* A.
Attorneys for applicant
L00N. Biscay ne Boulevard
Miami. Fla 13133
II 20-27 12 4.-11
;OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
jRIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3727
Judge Dowling
l.ilr ot
SILVER
kd.
Jtice TO CREDITORS
dltnrs and All Persons llav-
i- or Demands Against Bald
hereby notified and requir-
.tit any lainis and demands
may have against the estate
|AN Sll.VHK deceased late of
unty. Florida, lo the County
If Dade County, and file the
|duplic;ile and us provided in
73a I* Florida Statutes. In
in the County Courthouse
County. Florida, within six
months front the time of
publication hereof, or the
be barred,
I at Miami, Klorida. this 13th
vendor. A.I). 1970.
IsiIIKI.WT YATKIN
As Executrix
ahluatiorf of tal notice on
, Mi V.f"*-rttrf 1'JTO.
i'*fect*uaiN
Executrix
concourse, Hay Harbor
B4J4 --' '. '-
U.2P-27 12/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-20660
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HARRY PEACH
Plaintiff,
vs
ANITA OONZALEZ PEACH
Dfendant,
TO: ANITA GONZALEZ PEACH
06 Tetuan St
Manila. Ptlllliplnea
You. ANITA flONZALEZ PBACH,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been tiled
against you, and you are required ti
serve copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's ,
attorney. LOUIS R. MKI.I.KK. 12" i
Lincoln Road Suite No. 13$, Miami
It......h, Florida 3S13II and file the
original Answer or Pluading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the (3rd day ol
December, 1970 it you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be tak. n
against you lor the relief demanded i
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be puhiishd once ,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE) AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of November,
A.D. 197.
Bt B I.EATHERMANrClerk.
Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida
By: 1. BNBEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
LOUIS R BBLLER
42" l.lncoln Road, Suite SSI
Miami Beach. Florida 3313S
Attorney for !,|u""if,,1/0.;:7 ,;.<.,,
P A 3S0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida 3::l3a r.r,l-l2l and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the SBrd day of
l......imber, 1970. if you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
HUNK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of November
AH. |7fl
B B. LHATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: L SNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court SeaH
OROVBR CIMENT VVEIN8TEIN
ft STM I'l'.K. P A.
:tr.n Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florid.i
Attorneys for l'L
II :'i-::: IS '4-11
\N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4731
FRANK B. DOWLING
h RE Bsh h
il MIRY BPBISER
Deci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ini Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ,
Sou arc hereby notified and required
to present anj claims and demands
u-hlch you may have ngalnsi the es-
tate of HARRY BPEISER deceased
late "f Dade County. Florida, In (he
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate nnd as
provided In Section 733.16, Klorida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. FIo-
: rlda. within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of November. A.D. 1970.
MARX FABER
As Bxecutor
First publication of this notice on
'the S7th day of No\-ember, 1*70.
MAKX FABER
Attorney for Estate of
Harry Bpeiser
, 905 Alnaley Building,
Miam', Kla 13133
11/27 12-4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
i in business under the fictitious name
OROVER ciM-iof INTER-AMERICAN PROMO-
STAIBER. TKiNS ''.,. :it 3091 \ \V. 6th St,
NOTICE JNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
thai NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
hi business under the fictitious name
of CARDOZO HOTEL at I3O0 Ocean
Drive, Miami Reach, Florida intends
'.. register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit (oUrt of li.nl. County,
Florida.
BBNOR CORP,
By: Edwin Henlg, President
KNGI.ANDi:i: A- BURNETT, Attye
Hill Lincoln Road
Miami Bench Fin. 33139
11 S0-S7 IS 4-11
Miami 3::125 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida
Celestino R, t.O|..7.
Jose I.o!>e2.
and Candida lx>pea
11/20-27 IS 4-tl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62404-A
IN RE: Estate of"
PAUL c. V( LTZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Uliderslg.ied. desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious namel
of CITY SERVICE REFRIGERATION I
at I2 2nd st. Miami Beach Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County, I
Florida,
H Y.MAN SHAI.i HUTU I
MARTIN SHELDON MICHAELS j
IS 11-18-25, I 1
as Administratrix
PAUL C VOLTZ.
on the 17th da)
Will apply to the
Judges of I lade t
approval of said
fi
Of
deceit
.1 .....
Hi 10
1.unty.
Final
hi
NOTICE UNOr.R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage
in business under the fictitious nnmi
of ORTSAC ENTERPRISES at P O.
Box 42. Shenandoah station, Miami
Fla. 33145 Intends to regl ler said
name with the Clerk of tt Circuit
,,f 1 lade 1 "ounl i. I' irldn.
RAIMUNDO MARTINEZ di CASTRO
11 20-37 12 I-11 j
slat"- of
-il and that
imber, 1970.
tide County
Florida, for
Ue]Mirt and
distribution ami final discharge
as Administratrix "f the estate of
he above-named decedent. This 5th
day of November, 1970
is iRIS M. Vi >LTZ,
Administratrix
SAMUEL STBEN and I'lllLII-
B HECKER1.ING
Bj SAMUEL STEEX
Attorney
en Box 1914
i'oral GabU s, I'l i
11 2'i-^; 12 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undorsigT.ed, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IBM LEATHER GOODS, INC at
R29 Ii......In Rd., Miami Beach, Fla
intends to register said name with
the Chrk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
s <: s BRYSK, INC.
RICHARD KR00P
Attorney for applicant
42d Lincoln Rd Suite 510
Miami Reach, Kla. 33139
11 20-27 12 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEP.EBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DEL MAR TV. at !'23 West 39th
street, Miami Beach, Fla Intends t"
register said name with the Clerk
I the Circuit Court of Hade Coun-
ty, Florida,
Del Mar TV. Inc.
I:v l.arrv Nathan, I'res.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for applicant
1406 Biseayne Huilding
Miami. Fla.
11 27. '2/4-11-18
:;< THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN POBATE
No. 70-4631
FRANK B DOWLING
Ir RE Bsl
ROSE FINKELSTEIN,
Dei nsi -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ni 'i All Pel koi Hav-
..;in- "i 1" rounds Agulnsl .- 1
Estate
Y11U are h- notified and requir-
ed to presi nt nt y claims and demands
wtili h yog mas hiivi ngninsl the es-
tat. "t ROSE FINKEI STEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Counts
and file the same In duplicate snd
,.s provid d in Section 733.10, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County, Flo-
rida, within -ix calendar months from
th'e time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
day of November, A l> 1970.
MARTIN FINK
As Administrator
First publication ol this notice on
the 27th dny of November, 1970.
FINE, JACORSON & BI.OC.K
Attorney for Administrator
101 Bast Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
II 87 12-4-M-lK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4011
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
DR. MORRIS yamsiion
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands .Vgain.-t Said
Estate: I
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es- I
late of DR. MORRIS YAMSH'iN di
ceased late of Hade County. Florida.,
to the County Judges of Dane Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 738.18,
Fiorina Statutes, in their offices ii
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar mrmths |ng Cluuns or Demi
from the first publication hereof, 01 gjatate;
the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-3169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: F.state ot
ALBERT I BARBAKOFP
Deceased.
To All creditor- and All Person* Hav-
nda Against Said
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
In busrni rs under the fictitious name
of LA COQUILLE at 1"." Glralda Ave.
Coral Gables mte-*ds t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
LUIS B. CASTRO
KE8SLER, ROTH SHERADSKY
Attorneys for applicant
I89S S. W ::rd Ave.
Miami. Fla. 33129
11 '27 12-4-11-13
. same will be barred. | You are hereby notified and re-
Dated at MiamL tt- '"" -*'" ; quired to present any claims and de-
mauds which you may have against
BOTICE OF ACTION
I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUQICIAL CIRCUIT
tIDA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. CtV-JL ACTION
NO. 70-21436
^IHT FO DIVORCE
JLACKMAN,
It
!S HI.ACKMAN.
mt.
Charles BMu kninn
Mbert Klkin
Box 237 Mo'itezuma
No. 1
1 egas. -New McXlCO
ARLKS BLACKMAN, are
ItliiKl that a Hill of Com
Divorce has been fllcil
ju. and you arc required to
if your Answer or Plead-
Complalnl on the Plain-
my. DAVID DRUCKER,
Lincoln Road, Suite No.
Beach, Florida and file
Answer or Pleading in
the Clerk of the Circuit
before th Wei day of
\\'~.". If you fail to do s"
I d. t.iuit will he taken
for the relief demanded
1 'omplatnt.
sh.,11 be published once
1 four 1 "ii--. utlve \\eeki
, ISM FU iRIIHAN.
fit ORDERED at Miami.
24 day of November,
DATHERMAN, Clerk,
rt. Had.- County, Florida
c Goodman
Iieputy Clerk
Jt Seal I
PCKBR. ESQ.
|o4d-^Suita -jnii
Plori.1.1 38139
11 27 12/-4-11-18
dav of November. A.D. 197".
DANIEL YAMSIION
As Administrator
Cum Tcstatiiculo Annexo
First pi'.illcation of this notice on
the 27lh day of November. l'.'T"
BAXTER FRlEBMAN
Attorneys for Administrator
Cum Testamento AnneXO
1X7R N.B. Iii:trd Street
North Miami Beach. Fla ... ,,_,/.4.1, .,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fi.otiUous name
of 3720 PROFESSIONAL BUIIJUNG 1 ,
at .1720 B. 4th Ave.. Hlal.ah. Fla. Mia
33013 Intend to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dude County. Florida.
Gabriel A. Sanchez
Rene T. Sanchez
Hector J. Sanchez
11.27 12 4-11-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that |
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
,.f JOHN'S UPSTAIRS HOBBIES at
763 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Bench,
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida.
.11 HIN N PETERS, JR.
KENNETH N K.KANT
Attorney for aiiplii ant
true Lincoln ltd Bldg Suite 22H
Miami Beaoh. Fta. 831 ( ^
In business under the fictitious name
of M & M Discount Store at ISO South
Avenue. Miami, Florida in-
. 1 tend to rrgister said name with the
Court] O'er* "f the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
MANUEL O. MENE8ES
MIGI'EL F". MARTORELI.
MAX A. GQLDPARB
Attorney for Mamiel o Me.....tea
nnd Miguel F. Martorcll
11/87 12-4-II-1S
the estate of ALBERT 1. BARBA-
Kiii'F deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Klorida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
tirst publication hereof, or the same
Will he barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida this ixtb
day of November, A 1> 1970,
LENA BARBAKOFF
As Executrix
First publication of this notice cm
the 2"th day of November, 1970.
ROBERT GOLDEN
Attorney for Executrix
712 Olympia Bldg Miami. Fla.
11 20-87 12 4-li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
..( A 11 I.EONE REALTY at 10540
S.W. l-'dll Street. Miami, Florida in-
tends to register sold name with the
chrk of the Circuit Court "i 11.nl.
County, Florida.
Anthony H I.cone
1".-.|" S \\ ISSth Sir. el
Miami, Florida
II 27 12 -4-11 :>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiiing to engage
in business under the fictitious name,
of WIN-A-PET at 17:".i 8 A 8th
street intends to registi 1
with the Clerk of the circuit
Of liA-\<- County. Florida
SAM F. I I'.VITLN
MICHAEL CHASE
Attorney for SA.d F I.EVITKX
Ifjiin S.VV Third Avenue
Miami, Florida 221 29
11,27 12 1-11-1S
name
Court
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engagi
In but Ines iii.ii' the fictitious names
of THE Rl lYA X CO nnd I'l.' 'RID \
sell' a il. IF LI ITTBRINl 1 ol 158 W
85 si Hlah ..ii. Florida intends t"
naid 1 .1 ni'- i'i th< Clei -
of the Circuit Coui t of 1 '.i'l' Count >.
Florida.
Roj Drelspul
BLACKWELL WALKER & CLAY
Attorneys for Roj 1 irelspul
8340 N.B. tlld Ave Miami Fla.
12 4-11 IV J.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4235
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate Of
THBI.MA ZTTREBN,
I le. .ased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: !
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims .....I demands
which you may have against the es
tat. of THBLMA ZITREEN, deceas-
ed late of Hade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Had.- County.
and file the -allle in illll'll.'ate and a- |
provided In Section 733 u. FI01 Ids
Statutes in their offices In the Coun-
ly Courthouse in \'.,'\t- County, l-'l.o
Ida, within six calendar monthi from
the time of the flrsi publication here-
of ,.r the same will be barred.
I ..,1,1 ,i' Miami. Florida, this 84th ,
da' of Novi mt" r. A 0 1970
jack w i:isci.ass
As Bxecutor
F4ml publication of this notice on
\.o rnher, 1970
si v,' c 11 \ vs A 1 lltrNDVYBRG
lly Mo-. .1 irundv 1 11
:ne\ for Bxecutor
I / Itlld.liug
Mian IUI
II -7 12 4-11 -IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3499
GEORGE T. CLARK
In RE Estate of
EMMA HELLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of EMMA HELLER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County .lu.lc.-s of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the s.im.- will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16lh
dav of N"\ mber, A D. 1*70,
MILTON S. HELI-EIc
8EYMOPRA HELLER
JAMES A HELLER
LHNOREFRANKEL
As Executors
First publication of tins notice on
the S7th dav 01 November, 1970.
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEVINSON (t KBNIN
Attorneys for Executors
1 i.e. s.w Fin 1 Street,
Miami, Florida
11 27 IS I 11-18
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dfewish Floridian
:mi, Florida Friday, Decomber 11, 1970
Section B
Nationwide United Jewish Appeal
Campaign Launched At Conference
NEW V> RK fJTA) Th
tiomvid ci m| aign ol Uniti d
3 ish A; peal Is b< Ing launch* d
w< i!; nil at i!s annual
: n nee in New York. More Hi; r,
- from some 250
nui I th a thro ighoul th
ountry and many Israeli gui -i -
ill be present; most of th.
najor American Jewish ori
tlons will Ix1 represented at
Th ;; :.i.. -throueh-Sunday
- --ion.
Moshc Dayan, Israel's Minis-
t r of I), fense, will be the gui si
-. caker Saturday evening at the
, nnual banquet of the confer-
. ncc, whuh kicks off the cam-
aign for funds to support hu-
.i itanan programs in Israel
and 30 other nations as well, He
iil also attend an opening dav
meeting of the UJA leadership.
Israel's Ambassador to the
it. ci Stalls. Yitzhak Rabin.
and its Kconomie Minister to
this country, Shimon Alexan-
roni, will dlSCtua "'Current
Problems in the Middle East"
l a Friday session; speakers
. hissing the conference over
vi kend will Include Gott-
;. b Hammer. L'JA's executive
ice chairman; Moshe Rivlin.
Irectcr general of the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem; the Jewish
v irman, L tuis A.
! am ; i i Ha! ,.. m cu-
' ice i hairman oi th< v>i i-
Ican Joint Disti ibution ( mmit-
Ribakoff II,
chair iii sp;-: n\ Co-
ordinating C for the
Isra "During this year ol crisis,"
said UJA general chairman Ed-
ward Ginsberg, "American Jew-
ry must be made aware of the
urgent needs of the people of
Isi a< I. Di : i y'i nditurcs
1 a\e iicome lensome that
sh resei ve left to
rt i cational ind so-
5 so vital to human
programs that have
traditional humanitar-
ian responsibility of Jews of the
wi rid. Furthermore, the
111 ival of 50,000 new immigrants
in 1971 will into nsify that bur-
den. 1971 requires us to make
nothing less than a total com-
mitment.'' Mr. Ginsberg said.
Franco-Israeli Relations Now Improving
PARIS (JTAI Israel's new
Ambassador to France has been
quoted as saying that the cli-
mate between the two countries
has already changed for the
better and all concern* d hope
that the trend will continue.
At a lunchoi n given in his
honor by the Anglo-American
Press Association, Ambassador
Asher Ben Nathan said both
Israel and France were deter-
mined to improve relations be-
tween them and reopen the dia-
logue.
In reply to questions. Mr. Ben
Nathan said he would not dis-
Sadat Urges Hussein To
Coordinate Arab Strength
LONDON (JTAi President
Anwar Sadst <>' Egypt urged
King Hussein of Jordan t'> con-
ntrate on the stn ngthening of
'. ,-!i militarj foi ci s a ;ainsl 1s-
In ii the two Arab leaders
; in '.hi o for i he first time
lat \'.;i inaugurated
b succi ssor io the late Presi-
:. nt Carnal Abdel Nass
Informed screes said that
President Sadat was concerned
. ,!i the so-called Arab eastern
command against Israel, which
has been virtually non-existent
fince the Jordanian civil war in
Si ntember, r reportedly sought
to impress King Hussein with
the importance of coordinating
Ai b -' i;. "h in the east. He
said this could not be done as
I as intei nal dissensions
tinued In .1 irdan, Syria and Iraq.
According to reports, King
1 Isiein -" ssed the new sta-
ol his regime since the
civil war and claimed that his
government was fully imple-
menting its agreements with the
Palestinian guerrillas. He agreed
thi t military coordination of his
forces with Egypt's was neces-
sary, however.
Mayshie Friedberg, (left) Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
"youngest campaigner" at 89 and a campaign volunteer for
the Combined Jewish Appeal & Israel Emergency Fund for
the past 32 years, is pictured as he presented the first con-
dominium gift to the 1971 CJA-IEF campaign, a S530 check
from Freedom House, lo Arthur S. Rosichan, Federation's
executive vice president. A volunteer for the United Fund
of Dade County, Mr. Friedberg, after covering some 2,000
cards, collected the first gift for the Federation's Women's
Division a little over a month ago.
agree with Secretary of State
Rogers' recent statement that
the time is now ripe tor Israeli-
Egyptian peace talks. The Is-
raeli envoy viewed the Soviet
I'nion's designs in the Middle
East and the Eastern Mediter-
ranean with alarm, however.
Principal figures at Mount Sinai Hospital's President's Ball
at the Fontainebleau Hotel were Leon Lowenstein (left), who
wa honored that evening as a Humanitarian for his gifts
totaling one million dollars, and Samuel Friedland, presi-
dent of the hospital.
Rigerman Will Make Second Attempt
WASHINGTON (JTAI State
Department spokesman Robert
J. McCloskey has reported that
Lei nid Rigerman. the Soviet
Jew who was arrested as he
tried to enter the U.S. Embassy
in Moscow last month and sub-
sequently spent a week in jail
on charges of resisting an offi-
cer, has requested an appoint-
ment at the Embassy in order
to fill out the required forms be-
fore applying for a Soviet exit
visa.
tablish a claim to American citi-
zenship on the basis that his
mother was born in the United
States and his father was a
naturalized citizen. State De-
partment officials issued a state-
ment after he was seized by
Moscow police on the Embassy
steps, saying that more informa-
tion would be required and that
his claim is still "under review."
SALE
VERY FAMOUS KOBES
1/3 to 1/2 off
Shown, one from the collection.
Floor length double breasted
lounger, quilted and fuily lined.
Reg. $35, now 22.99. Many
ethers of equal beauty and
value. P, S, M, L in collection.
..cir, a! ; 9 jra nc's ll
BURDINE'S


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Friday. December 11, 1970
Officers Elected By HiUeT* P.T.V
ad Bin EJwcud Cowsai ssctsd mem-
. ot tie nrangcmeaiti committee to
- ..-.. Hospiia -. Presjdeni'a Be
Foetaiaeblsau Hotel am shown
~-:.e: one .: v.; bospuaJ : Fc inders.
:
Mrs.
n, record.'
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p
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ten ^ Moui
-reciut- the gala President'* Ba
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Teens,. Doctors On
'Still Small Voice
"The R

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The 5t .
. Ch. 7, it I
dm i
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the of
the program F<
pai ill be Dr. D
;i Miami Beach ;..
ton S. ." II -'' ', :.'- '-'..-
tmenl t Jackson Memorial
Martin Wa i em in
rolled ;. trv Mesivta High School
i.t Greater Miami, and Judy Kol-
r.y. ;, |fl attends th<-
Oiga and Margaret WeMiaui G
Eh School, Miami Br-acri. v.-.;
t,- representing Miami' teens.
Chnnukah Candelighting
The mal Chan
dJellghting ceremony 'ill be a fea-
1 ir<- of the December rrv-rting of
the Miami Business & PI i
Chapter < OUT ..-. Chase FedenJ'i Hospital-
ity Room, 125 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
Bt 7:45 p.m. Tuesday. Plaris will
also be formulated for the Jan. 28
fashion ihow ledul held
at Knits Int< motional.
WHOM S. HtfTMA V, MM.
(haimkah Will Be
Featured On ( h. 2
A -
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nab o "

' cooking ei
exhibit lis-
Partiop '
,.- D
executive dil "
of Jew
.; and
Mrs. Donald Lefti a ': the Worn-
i en's D tbi iresti
Jewish Fr-deratkm.
^Ofljs-ffs, *
tlleiole Disfrihufori f
and
Processors onrf Exporters
of flit flaest U-$. Covt. /speefed
KOSHlk MATS and POULTtY
2191 W. 4th AVINtll,
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free pound
of unsalted
Chiffon*
How sweet
it is!
Chiffon* wants to sweeten you ud. If you try
a pound of sweet, Kosher Chiffon Margarine, (
1 ws'll give you another pound for nothing.
Unsalted Chiffon isn't like the others. It's soft, |
and easy to spread. And you'll find our blue .
, Chiffon package in the dairy case, in all its
sweet, creamy goodness. If you think it's sweet
butter, but it's not, it's new, unsalted Chiffon.
To get your store ^^Z ^^yr
coupon good for a free ^^ >/
pound of unsalted Chiffon, tear out this certificate and
send it, along with the ingredient statement from the
front of the blue package of unsa ted Chiffon, to:
CHIFFON FREE POUND OFFER
P.O. BOX 4785, CLINTON, IOWA 52732
Name.
Address.
City-------
State
-Zip.
limit: one tree pound per family. All requests must be accom-
panied by ttws certificate Vr>d wtiere prohibited, tared or restric-
ted Offer enpires February 26. 1971. Allow 3 weeks for delivery.
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fruit
flavor
K Kosher Pan's
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you ever ate from a dish, or right out of the pack-
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goodness that's strictly Sunsweet.
8|AbiGezunt with
PITTED PRUNES


Friday. December 11, 1970
*Jwl*f FhrfdKtarr
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Retreat Scheduled By
Students For Israel
American Students for Israel will be beaded by Joseph Yanlch,
have scheduled a study retreat al executive director of the American
Howard Johnson Motor Lodge in Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Stan-
Hollywood this weekend to con- ley A. Ringler, director of lh.'
sider such topics as Soviet Jewry, -M's B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
[srael Today, Arab-Israeli Con- tion, will speak on "Zionism in the
filet, Why We Need Israel, an** University."
Zionism In the University with the
aid of adult community figures. A'so attending the retreat will
be Mel Galum, assistant director
Miriam Scheinberfj-. Group Scrv- of I'uivcrsity Sen ice Department,
e director of the YM-YWHA of | and .I'i! Maas. of the American'
Greater Miami, and director of its Zionist Youth Foundation's Youth
Israeli Community Youth Depart- I Mobilization for Israel movement.
ment, is helping to coordinate the
i treat.
Prof. Seymour B. Licbman, who
i- also an author of note, will re-
An open invitation to all younK
Singles lias been issued by the 'Y'
Young Singles group (21-35),
, which has designated December
view the topic Arab-Israeli Con- M ,;,., Acquainted Month." The
flirty a seminar on Soviet Jewry ,,,,, was to hoW a ......j.,, an(,
dance in the Golden Key Room at
8:30 p.m. Thursday; a similar
event at the same location was
also s< heduli d tor 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 24, A hoard meeting and
information night will no held in
Room No. 7 at s p.m. Thursday,
Dec. IT.
Ohok>i Torah Will
Offer Adult Classes
chol' i Torah Day School is now
offering a variety of classes in a
iecial program designed lor par-
its who wish t'i study and under-
stand Torah so that they may be
. hie to assist their childn n oi
lay on an equal footing with
"Hi in Jewish nr Hebrew knowl-
Ige.
A one-man exhibit by Michael
Klezmi r has been scheduled in the
y Art Gallery. The display, which
will include drawings, graphics
and paintings, will lie open from
lo a.m. to 5 p.m .( ach day until
Dec. 30.
Sessions will be held weekly on
Hie premises of the school. 1544
ashington Ave. Classes are being
tablishi Hebrew, (Reading, Writing and -:- -:- -'-
( onversationall Prayers, and Code ; Jack Gold, membership director
i. Jewish Law. Iol the Y,'will review LeoRosten's
Similar classes were held last "J">s nf Yiddish" at x p.m. Thurs-
ye.ir. Rabbi Sholom n. Lipskar, day, Dec. 17. as part of its corn-
principal, reported. Instruction munity service pro-ram. Informa-
wdl asain bo given by a Hebrew j tion concerning the YMHA's sec-
faculty comprised of ordained ond annual trip to Israel sched-
rabbis. Uled March .".-L'.'I will be avail-
able and the latest films on Israel
will be shown.
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or with the word SANKA printed
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It's a happy time for entertaining. Mid here arc several recipes
that will help you be a relaxed and happy hostess. There's almost no last
minute preparation, and most of these are ringer foods-to be enjoyed whenever
guests get hungry. Happy Chanukah to you from the makers ot Hellmann's and
Best 1 ooJs Real Mayonnaise.
Oriental Deviled Eggs
6 hard cooked eggs, halved lenglhwisa
1 4 cup HI I I.MANNS HIST FOODS*
Real Mayonnaise
1 2 teaspoon soy sauce OR salt to taste
1 tablespoon finely chopped green onion
2 tablespoons finely chopped
water chestnuts
Remove an I mash yolks. Mix with Real
Mayonnaise, soy sauce or salt, green onion
and water chestnuts. Spoon into hollows
in egg whites. Chill. Garnish as desired.
Makes 12 halves. (Hellmann's'Best Foods
is an ideal flavor-blender... never over-
powers other foods.)
Avocado Spread
1 cup mashed avocado (1 large avocado)
1 cup dry cottage cheese
1 3 cup hellmann's hi sr foods
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons finely chopped onion
I teaspoon salt
Dasii Worcestershire sauce
C< mbine all ingredients. Chili. Serve v. itb.
or crackers. Makes about 2 cups. <
Dale Nut Tea Sandwiches
1 (S-ouncc) package cream chce^-,
ill loom temperature
1 4 cup III II MANN's ni si POODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons orange marmalade
I (1-pound) loaf sliced date nut cake
Stir cream che.-se to soften, then mix in
Real Mayonnaise and marmalade until
smooth. Senarate bread into sets of 3
slices each. 1 ill each set with cheese mix-
ture. Chill at least one hour. Cut each set |
of sandwiches criss cross fashion to make i
4 small wedges. Makes 20 tea sandwiches.
(Hellmann's. Best Foods is real whole-egg
mayonnaise ... always creamy and smooth
to blend with other ingredients.)
Cheese Puffs
1 4 cup Itri.l.MANN'S BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 '4 cup finely shredded American cheese
1 '4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Dash dry mustard
1 egg white, stiffly beaten
12 toast rounds or squares (about)
Combine first 4 ingredients. Fold into
beaten egg white. Lightly spoon onto toast.
Place on ungrcascd baking sheet. Bake in
350 I. (moderate) oven 10 to 15 minutes'
or until puffy and golden brown. Serve hot.
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Stulfed Celery
1 /4 cup chopped parsley
1/4 cup grated carro'
1 /4 teaspoon basil
1 /4 teaspoon chopped chives
1 8 teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
1/4 cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOOD!
Real Mayonnaise
20 (1 F 2-inch) pieces celery
Combine first 7 ingredients. Chill. Crisp
celery in ice water, if desired. Staff celery
with Real Mayonnaise mixture and serve
I chilled. Makes 20.
I Cheese Vegetable Dip
1 2 cup plain yogurt
1 cup HELLMANN'S l si I OODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 '2 cup grated carrot
1 2 cup chopped green pepper
1 2 cup grated American CD
1 tablespoon chopped green 01
(optional)
Dash s.ih
Dash pepper
Combine all ingredients. Chill.
' Makes 2 cups.
Swiss Potpourri
1 cup creamed cottage cheese
1 2 cup 111 II miss's Bl si I OODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons slivered blanched almi
(optional)
1 tablespoon chopped chives
1 to 3 teaspoons caraway seed-.
Beat cottage cheese until smooth and
creamy. Stir in Real Mayonnaise, almonds,
chives and carawa) seeds. Chill, I seas
spread on crackers or toast. Makes
1 1/3 cups.
Garden Green Tea Sandwiches
2 cups chopped fresh spinach
1/2 cup urn mann's BEST foods
Real Mayonnaise
, 1 teaspoon finely chopped parsley
1 teaspoon finely chopped shallot OR
green onion
1 teaspoon finely chopped sweet gherkin
; pickle
1 teaspoon finely chopped green olive
1 '4 teaspoon dried tarracon leaves, crushed
1 4 teaspoon lemon juice
Whole-wheat bread slices, cut in 1 1 2
to 2-inch shapes
1 hard cooked egg yolk, sieved
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the lA/oman s lAJorlcl
Friday, December 11, 1970
Page
Plans Finalized For
Woman Of Year Event
\ brunch was hold recently al
'ho Palm Island home o( Mrs.
ferome Kipnis, to finalize plans
ror the Woman of the Year lunch-
i on being u sored by the Ameri.
an Friends of the Hebrew I'ni-
rsity in honor of Mrs. Else B->n-
m Wednes lay In the Eden Roc
ifotei.
Mrs, Trudy Hamerschlag, pres-
ent, has announced thai the
ajor annual event of the Greater
..ami Women's Division of for
liin Friends of the Hebrew
iversitv will ba dedicated t>
eater M ami Jewish Federation
omen's Division. Mrs, Jerome
K pnis, Worm n's Div'sion chairman
: the 1!>T1 CJA-IEF cam i
i featured as guest speaker.
Members of the luncheon c-un-
- ttee include foe Mesdames Ern-
st Abramson, Charles Charciw-
sky, Sigmur.d Fogler, Louis G'as-
. r, Rose Goldfield, Lillian G iod-
nan, Myer Harris, Henrv Hersch
lose Hoehstim, David Klein. Rose
'opel, Leon Kronish, Max K. La-
ne. Anno Brenner Meyers, Harry
latoff, David Ponve, Jack S. Po-
ck. Miriam Press. Emma Ratt-
r. Carrie Rosen. Oida C. Rub'n,
bram S. Scheinbers, Samuel Si-
nhoff. Philip F. Than. Ida Wes-
and Arthur Wlnarick. who serve
- the organization's officers.
ts Board of Directors includes
Mesdames G'tssic Amdur, Jo-
. !i I. Anton. Ben Arnold, Sam T.
nner. Jonas J. Bn tman Esth -r
len. Anna C. Con-sin. R'lth G.
Faucr, Harry H. Frankel. B nja-
mln Friedman, J tan Field, Minnie
Fisher, Fannie Goldberg. Esther
Goodman, Philip Gotlitb, Oscar
Hecker, A. L. Henkin. A! Jacob-
son, Herman Kaufman. Maurice
\ Kronish, Ai na Lapkin, Id i R. Lear,
Irvln Lehrman, Morris N. Lipp,
; David Koller, Kate Meidenberg,
Morr's I. M:nov, Meyer Mlntz,
Kenneth Oka, Benjamin Rappa-
port, Jacob Rlfkin, Leo Rob ns in,
1 eonard Risen. Louis B. R'idnick
Gerald Schwartz, Mar;.- Shansls,
David Shapiro, Herbert S. S i
! .1 >ph S"iawmut, Milton .-'r'.n.
H irol I Thurnv n, Nath in Turner
Abraham I. I'slanrier, George Val-
entine, Lavinla Wa
; We'nkle, Max Weitz, H. Franklin
; Williams, Maurice Zimm. rm n,
Philip Zwl'ling.
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Benefit Auction Set
Proceeds of the annual auction
being held by the Naomi Group of
Hadassah at the ym-ywha of
I Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St..
Saturdav evening will go to sup-
Dort refugee children in Israel.
The Early Bird Sale of all brand-
new merchandise, including toys,
jewelry, handbags, and many sift
Items, housewares such as chairs,
lamps and flooring, plus weekends
at fabulous hotels and dinners at
fine restaurants, will begin at 7:15
l ,m. Leonard Stern, a
v ill take the floor at 8 p.m.
SHEHEREZADE FLORIST
371 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
444-6211
WE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDINGS, PARTIES, BAR MITZVAHS
AND CHANUKAH FUNCTIONS
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Well known Westchester Wig Stylist
MISS EDITH MR. HENRY
Well known Hair Stylists
from the Westchester area
7889 West Flagler
outside north entrance of Midway Mall
facing Woolco and Winn Dixie
HOURS: Saturday and Sunday 9 6
Monday thru Friday 9 9
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THiPHONiS: 261-5242 261-5241

Mrs. Burton R. Levey, president ot the Federation's "Women's
Division; Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, Women's Division chairman
ior the 19/1 CJA-IEF Campaign, and Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag, Women's Division president of American Friends
of the Hebrew University, finalize plans for Wednesday's
Women of the Year luncheon.
Guest Speaker To
Be Introduced By
M DJC Professor
w h n Herbert Tarr, author o
two n ei ut i)"st si Hers, speak
Temple Beth Sholom Saturday, he
ui i ii: intr d ic d t i the audienc
bj W. Ft d Shaw, Miami Hcral
literary columnist and Dean o
\e id mic Afl lira al Mlami-1 'a I
Junior College.
Mr. Shaw !) can e director ol
the Humanities Division of M-DJC
South in 19S5, and two years lat
v, as appoint) d Dean ol Acadi mi
Affairs, a position he continues I
till.
Before coming to Miami, Mr.
Shaw, j native ol Georgia, taught
and later served as superintendent
ot sehools in Pearson, Ga. He also
taught English and journalism at
Auburn and New Mexico State
universities, For 19 years, he was
an English instructor, director of
Guided Studies and chairman of
the Humanities Division at the
University of Miami.
Mrs. David Drucker is chairman
of the Beth Sholom Culture and
Fine Arts Committee, which i-
sponsoring the program featuring
Mr, Tarr. a rabbi-turned-author.
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GIVE A CHANUKAH GIFT OF
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Spread some Florida sunshine with
luscious sun-ripened navel oranges or
seedless grapefruit selected for
delectable flavor, or send a
mixed assortment! Choice citrus fruits
brighten the holidays.
Additional shipping charge west of
the Mississippi, 1.50
JM CITRUS SHOP, first floor,
miami, 377-1911; at dadeland,
fort lauderdale, west palm beach
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chairmanship ol
Mrs. Phil
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Sisterhood Rummage Sale
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will be
holding its annual rummage sale
in the auditorium and
lay, Mon lay ana Tues-
day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Mn
Sam Portin. Sisterhood
and Mrs. Gussie Ja '-hair-
man, have announced. Most of the
practJc-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
tl most pleased to announce that our distinguished Spiritual Leader
RABBI ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD
has been chosen by (,ovcrnor-elect
REUBEN ASKEW
to represent the Jeuish Community of the State of Florida at the
INAUGURATION < EREMOMES
on January 5. 1971 by offering the closing
BENEDICTION
For a real spiritual uplift come end worship with us this Friday
evening won't you?
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
6920 SW 33th Street
Miramar. Florida
961-1700
HARRY ROSEN
J sj Vice-President
SEYMOUR G0CH
President
jpflwiiji^
Delight
Sampler assortment of
finest citrus fruit and
tropicol delicacies, all in one great
inexpensive package huge,
tree-ripened grapefruit, big, juicy
oranges, Vi-lb. of creamy chocolote-coconut potties 2%-oz. orange marmalade,
n lb, mommoth paper shell pecons.
All fruit prices include in-
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U.S.A.. except odd 10o
tor shipments west of the
Mississippi 25o to Cana-
da. Sorry, no citrus ship-
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MON SAT. 9 TO 9
SUNDAYS 10 TO 5
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1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE!
HAPPY CHANUKAH
i
JAA gives you sweetness for
this happiest of holidays.
Carmel Grand Reserve dinner
wines. Bottled in Israel, red,
dry, white dry, rose wines,
each bottle, 4/5 quart, 2.45
The AAenoral assortment of
milk and bittersweet choco-
ates, one pound box, 2.95
Bag of Swiss chocolate
dredels plus plastic dredel, 75c
Swiss chocolate menorah, 50c
Milk chocolate Chanukah
medallion, 15c
Chocolate Chanukah gelt, 65c
JAA CANDY, first floor, miami;
at dadeland
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Friday. December 11. 1970
Eileen Farrell Is Dr. Clark's Bride
: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark of
Blunx-nthal. Hand Hills, Calif.
ach. became The a In Clark, who had
ngth satin %
and a cascade of purple and white
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: Lipschitz Sunday.
I-'- 6. at fr:.% p.m.
The '-. : a graduate of South-
Miami High School a:
Jackson M'-morial Hospital School
bi presently employed
at Mo i Sinai Hospital in New
York City. Six and In. Clark, a
gradual .f Ca!i-
tnet at
. now a
a i
Ellen /ritsche Engaged
To Peter j. Ottrouxky
Fril
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Ellei I Pc ter J. Osi
and Mrs. Sam I Os-
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A ?raouat" of Fairltigh D.
ion Unl Ti m '*. N.J..
re she majored in Psycho!' gj
Miss Fritsche is currently era-
lyed by Par. American Airlines.
a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, has attended
Miarr.i-Dade Junior College and
University of Miami. He is
;. -d by a Hialeah fireproof
door manufacturer.
The couple plans to be married
M u h 21 ir. Dumont NJ.
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Private CONVERSATIONAL
HEBREW Lessons and
Tutoring giv-.n by Graduate of Th
Hebrew Univ*.iii?y. Call .148.7736.
Daughter For Teschers
The birtn ot J<-r.nifT L'ieh
T. r. Mr.
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GLENN.EN ACRES
Rent our Club Houss fir Dance!,
Parties, HATRtDES, rJcrbequ? Pits.
68C1 S.W. 12rth A.-cnue
Phon? 271-2998
CHANUKAH SALE!
DO YOUR SHOPPING AT
GLENN'EN ACRES
COUNTRY RIDING SHOP
Evrylhino. for the hr$e and rider.
New and used Tack. Open every
day.
6801 S W. 120th Avenue
Phone 271-2008
Berta Atran And
Louis Bell Marry
a/
The marriage of B. rta Michelle
Atran and Louis Bell was I
nizi d ir. Eden Roc 1!
monies which took place S
E>c. 6. it has been armourr
Th<- bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Atran of Miami Beach,
was attended by her three si--
Mildred Atran served as maid of
honor. Mrs. Steven Skuio was
matron of honor and Mrs. Myron
Berman bridesmatron.
The groom, so:-, of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Bell. New York. N.Y.. had
his brother. Hal I Bell
and St- van S
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To Robert A. Erirkson
. nl ol Judith Ann'
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1 Leslie C. Mandell Becomes the Bride Of Harris Baltuch (rol Ann Esterman mil Marry March 28
1
Lesli? Carole Mandell and Har-!
ris Neal Baltuch were united in
marriage at the Diplomat Count-y
Club. Sin lay, Nov. 29. Dr. Max
A. L.ipchitz, spiritual leader of
Beth Corah Congregation offici-
i.
The le, daughter nf M" d
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James Mad in I' ;'
Bro ikl i, M.Y. il r hi
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Ross ivill present Around the
\'(,ilii in Sen"." narrated by TV
actn ss T> >ti Kaminsky.
Miami Beach, graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School.
Miami-Dade Junior College, and I
Florida Atlantic University
The new Mrs. Baltuch selected i
Priscilli ;own encrusted with hand
sewn pearls and Imported French
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uka, Barrj H< nig, Nal tai Pri( ha-
- and Arnold Shupnick were
ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Baltuch will make
th^ir home in North Miami after
they return from a honeymoon in
Jamaica.
Sisterhood Chanukah Mart
B'nai Raj h ] Siste h i id annual
"i i rub th Mart wi*l be held S m-
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in the templi. Mrs. A. Wm. G i
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Irene K. Wicker, president, will
be presidin r.
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Friday, December 11, 1973
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. ^Arvout people and /"
A ORK.VT TH.\\KS Thr wedding of Melon Sobol and Potcr Kap-
lan took place at the Algiers Hotel the night
before Thanksgiving, (Helen is the daughter of
Mis. Paul Sohi I; Peter is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Kaplan.) Six years ago Helen's sister.
MarrHa, also chose Thanksgiving eve for her
marriage to Mo! Hecht
Helen had selected Thanksgiving colors, and
her wedding cake was ;i first a mammoth, many-
ti< red, gorgeous CHOCuEaTE cake! Tables' for"
ten \\c;i' centered with autumn flowers. The
souvenir matchbooks said: "A Perfect Match.
II' "ii and Peter," and the menus were fashioned
ol yellow suede.
It was a beautiful wedding and a delightful
nd reception. Everyone seemed to know
.. yore. Among the guests were Mrs. Herbert
Scher, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mr. and Mrs.
S ,ir> Lefeourt, Mis. Maurice Hatz. Mr. and
Mrs. l-eon Kaplan. Mr. ami Mi's. Victor Levine,
Mi. and Mrs. Lee Han-is. Mr and Mrs. Arnold
Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Bon Singer, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Warshaw, Judge and Mrs. Milton Fried-
mnn. Mr. and Mrs-. Ixiuis Uraunfotel. Mr. and
Mis. Michael Hill, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Woin-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. lien Zion Ginsburg. Mr. and
Mis. Moe Feingold, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Adler.
Mi. and Mrs. Max Belcher. Mrs. Sam VVoissel.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pochtor. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
K '. Mrs. Reba Field and Mr. and Mrs. El Al
Rosenthal, Mr. ami Mis. Chcriiton and assorted
.. stives on bath the Sooc-1 and the Kaplan sidi
The music was terrific, and when the orchos-
li 1 leader got then: all doing "Alley Cat.'' a
few kicked the wrong foot, bui they all yelled
"ii row just great,
A "DELIVERY TICKET"
A "Delivery T;ck to me from Mikki and Morris Futerniek and
Family. It announced the delivery of one pack-
age, a baby boy named Marc Alan, on Xov. 17
at 3:11 ;i.m. weight 7 ibs.. ."i oz. It was an aw-
fullj CUt announcement including the name of
the doctor who delivered it and saving it was
received in good condition by the pediatrician.
THE NAVV WILL DECIDE
When Mr. and Mrs. Murray W. Maltor gave
ar engagement luncheon for their daughter
Shery) at the Algiers Hotel, everything was pink.
ept for Sherrie, who wore brown velvet and
Cfl Tio kin whenever the Navy says the time is right.
Tom, who is stationed at Key West, comes to
M ..mi for week-ends. The tables for ton in-
e! ded a iioad table of ten for the bride-elect and
Ik fiance, the host and hostess, the mother and
!; her of the groom, I Richard and Marcia Priti-
aces
kin 1 and the grandparents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Theodore
Pritikin. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miller. Mrs.
Miller's throe grandchildren, Sherrie Malter and
Debbie and Jennifer Miller presented her with a
huge pink birthday cake as a surprise. My.
Sherrie and Tom are going to have a lot of fam-
ily! 'There were over 70 people there and all but
four were family.' Among the guests were Tom
and Shorrie's great-aunts and Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Miller, Mr. and Mis. David Platt. Mr. and
Mrs. William Maltor, Mr. and Mi's. Robert Priti-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fallows. Mrs. Rose
Green and Mr. and Mis. Louis Pritikin. It was
a lovely party and everyone danced and talked,
becoming bettor acquainted with the other side
of the family.
Ol R MOLLIE
A big birthday party at the Algiers Hotel
honoring Mrs. Sol Silverman on her 70th birthday
will include the musical presentation, "All About
Mollio," written and directed by Trixie Ixnin.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, (president of the Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged! says
that the money already turned in for the Douglas
Garden Building Fund in Mollies honor is simply
fantastic." Sol Silverman already hosted a party
at Douglas Gardens in his wife's honor. The cake
and punch were delicious. Frances (Mrs. Louis
Makovsky, as usual was in charge of the program,
which was outstanding; Ann Kay vocalist, was ac-
companied by Olga Bibor Stern, and Sye Green
pantomimist, ended his presentation with a nos-
talgic dance with his wile.
You couldn't tell th; residents from the
guests, everyone looked so nice and also so
young. Louis Makovsky. who said he had no
gold or silver to give but wanted to give Mollio
a song. Sang "A Woman of Valor' in Hebrew. A
lot of Mollie's friends came to help her celebrate,
including Jimmy and Dorothy Kopelow it/. Mrs.
Ben Chasin and her mother Mri. Anna Korman.
Mrs. Helen Domingo, Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs.
Rose Pollack. Mrs. Anne Tanebaum, Mrs. F.thel
Jacobs. Mrs. Joseph Stein. Mrs. Mollio Kalz. Mrs.
Bella Ko/loff, Roth and Martha Greonbcrgor.
Mi. Harry Silverman and Mrs. Sadie AiduSS.
Arthur Kalish talked from his heart and Mis.
Leff. who is president of the Residents Council,
presented three gifts to three lovely ladies whoso
birthdays are in the month of November: Mollio
Silverman. Shari Silverman and Francos Makov-
sky. Mollie's 70th birthday has all the earmarks
of an Irish Wake. It is nice that so many of her
Toledo friends are here to help her celebrate.
Mesivta High School's 10th Anniversary
Dinner Is Expected To Draw 500 Persons
Sunday's tenth Anniversary din-
ner of the Mesivta High School
of Greater Miami in the Plaza
Hotel will ho attended by more
than 500 persons. Hyman Galbut.
chairman, has reported.
Community leaders and the
spiritual heads of the area's con-
gregations will be among those
present to pay tribute to Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Kotler. guests of honor.
The Mesivta of Greater Miami
Louis Merwitzer Senior High
School is the only higher school of
learning combining an intensive
Hebrew and general studies pro-
gram in the Southeast region of
the United Slates. Graduates of
the Mesivta are now enrolled in
Yeshivas and colleges both hero
and in Israel M>e- (hundwerg.
president, said.
Participating in the program
will be Rabbi David LehrfieW "i
Kneseth Israel: Rabbi Abraham
Gronor. representing are faculty:
and Rabbi Berel Wein of Both
Israel Congregation. The president
of the student body, Shraga Gross.
will speak on behalf of his school-
mates, followed by a dramatic
presentation by Mesivta students.
Special tribute will also mm
to Louis Merwitzer, whoso nanv
the school bears, in honor of hia
82nd birthday.
Sisterhood Plans
Annual Luncheon
The committee planning for ti'
31st anniversary luncheon of th
Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu-H
mot this week at the home of ,\[rs
Ted Hollo, chairman, to complet
the arrangements for the i
event, which will be hold in the
temple's Friedland Ballroom on
Fob. 24.
The Sisterhood's planning com
mi t tee included the Mesdames
Irving Cypon. Max Dinisman .\|
Podvin, Philip Kopolman. Herbert
Buchwald. Murray Goodman. B i
Bozark, Klliott Harris. Peter ('
Heller, Robert Frank. Albert Da-
vidson and Kvalyn Lipsky.
The anniversary luncheon pro-
ceed! are used to provide Ins
transportation for students ,
rolled in the religious schools i>f
Temple Kmanu-EI. "This year's
luncheon should be the biggest of
a1!." Sisterhood president Mi- \l
Podvin predicted.
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Panelists Featured In Temple Israel's Greenfield Institute
Four articulate and Involved
community leaden will discuss
"The Women's Revolution" Sun-
day morning at 10 a.m. on the
"iivoniieM Adult Institute at Teni-
ilc Israel of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Roxcy Hollon. national vice
ivsid''r.t of the National Organi-
ation of Women (NOWl will ho id
p a pane! consisting of Mrs. Aud-
v Pinfcelstein, a member of the
Temple's Boani of Trustees, lelo-
ision commentator and ediica-
onal leader: Dr. I.ynn Bartlett,
v:m of Women at the University
. : Miami, and Marian Flum, 0
i ader of the radical "Women -
Liberation movement."'
Early in 1970, Mrs. Bolton was
widely quoted is saying thai this
will be tiic y< ar of the women's
revolution.
What the situation is in terms
ef women's fighl for equalit) il
MRS. ROXY B01T0N
The committee responsible icr the success of this week's
iashion show and luncheon sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Beth Torah and featuring "Devastating Looks for the
1970's" presented by Jordan Marsh, included, (from left)
Mrs. Mat Siesser, vice president, Ways and Means; Mrs. Aar-
on Cohen, president of the Florida Branch of National Wom-
en's League; Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, president of the Sisterhood;
Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, committee member; and Mrs. Arthur
I. Snyder, fashion show chairman.
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The program is open to non- \
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Israeli Educator On
A Nationwide Tour
Rabbi Abraham M. Halpern,
Mcretary of the Chadrel Torah Or
eh'il s stem in Israel who is on
i nationwide inspection tour of
American Hebrew schools, visited
.ii the Miami area this week and
shared educational ideas and inno-
vations with educators lure.
Rabbi Halni in repot ted that
some 40; teachers Instruct more
than 12,000 childn n who att< nd
Torah and Tradition classes in the
RABBI At>r .'haihe: 11..ah Or facilities ol to
sen ,ols in ill communities. .
The :'._'->( ai -iilll rabbi serves as
Jhii f Rabbi ol Atlil and Israel's
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Many supermarkets carry fish
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Rabbi Halix i n ii; orb d. They are
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Friday. December 11, 1973

*:fcrf kVollmon Sfanfey Nafhaa
AUMB BATON
toy E U become
1 '- il -' mple Judea of
12.
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Mr. and
Eaton,
V t Glades Jm
S .-. is ax
r.c.l.
Hrl Seoul Cadstte
6, and a ti
it 1 i Sen yA.
'''[.' icligious
cation Through Confirmation.
pan r.ts will host the
... in her hon : ving
Bal Mitzvah service. !I Iping
' the occasioi n .
' grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Hab-
'< and grandparent!, Mr. and
Daniel Eaton, a;; local .-:-
i
ROBMtT WAIXM.W
. oil, the >'.n of Dr. and Mrs.
nlej Wall nan of Miami Beach, i
. i el ral his Bar Mitzvah at j
Ti mj M i.ah. Saturday morn-
'<-. Dec. 12, with Rabbi Mayer
mow itz ofl
a t r a student at Nautilus
ii Hi' i Scho >l where h> is
ii thi hth gt ade.
ih re will
Kid : -i. in the S icial Ha l
turd ev< ning a dinner
era Hotel t th
isioa
1" nt's grandpai ents,
- '' innJp "! r iln. M--. Ethel
nan :.! Mann) Wal'man and
out of towr guests v
:
JESSE ROTH
-- William, th- ion of Mr.
Mrs Arthur Roth, 7950 SW
St, li b c ne Bar M't7vah
moring, Dec. 12. at Tem-
pi* O: O'om,
'. eighth grade student al Wi si
Mil .-ni Junior High Sen*.!. Jesse
membe" of th'- Student Coun-
ai hli Khool.
Mr. and Mrs. Roth will host th"
1 Shabbnt following th" Fri-
day nitrht servie s aa well as a
i>h in the Temnle following
I he ceremonies Saturday,
A-non- the honored euests wil'
1< Jean grandoarents, Mr. and
Abraham Barkan, and Mrs
I Roth. f W'K'dmern. N.J.- Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Ftoth. Mrs. Han-
n. h Stem, Mrs. IPah Barkan. Mrs
Sidney I/vine and Geort?" Ga*"t'n-
li n and son Marc, from New York
City.
MIRIAM C A SPAN
Miriam *P". tu" da,"ht',r o'
Mr. and Mrs. Sffn'ey Cast-in. will
^comc Bit Mltsvnn Satulav
mornin". Dec. 1". ft Temple 7.ion
Rabbi Norman N. Shap1**) wi'l of-
:;',at" p-'t r-int--- pi"h-i-d S
Biowdv will chant the liturgy.
Steven Sinjer
Jesse Roth
Miriam, an grade stu-
d nt at Glades Jjnior K.gh School..
;: in the Junior or-
chestra a:.ci studies piano. St*
-t of the Girl Scouts an
captain of a bowl ng t'-am.
Mr. and Mrs. Caspan will host
h I II wii services or
Saturn i) : hold a reception a'
their home Saturday afternoon in
Among the ho"
ored guests will be her gnu Ipar-
ents, Ral h and Ada Leine
. .-. and her g
Mrs. Frances Cohen
STANLEY NATHAN
St inley. the sen of North Miam'
Beach wil i n te his Bar Mitt
vaii S Dec. 12, at B th
Toi ah Com rogation.
Stan student at John F
Kenned: i i High School and
attends the Harold Wolk Rellgiou'
School a: Both Torah.
STEVEN SINOEB
St n Todl the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Myron J. S'nger, will bee in
B ir Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 12, at
Temp'e Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will official .
Steven i- a student at th" M'am'
Cotinti S -h ioI, where he i*
in the eigh*Ji cade. !' a'so at
tends Temple Emanu-El's Sunda
School.
Mr. Al Bl,,m*tf!e*'! <
N Y. and Jac'i Sin-
: in i.'t
. tt.-n : th evi nt.
DAVID BAKEB
During the worship service at
Beth Torah Congregation Satur-
day, Dec. 12, David, the son of
Mrs. Hi an ire Baki i. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah,
Oholei Torah Moves
The 130 youngsters enrolled in
Oholei Torah Day School are now
attending classes in facilities pro-
vided by Congregation Beth El,
IVX) SW 17th Ave., Miami, it has
been announced. Arrangements to
secure the use of B
building, playground and lunch-
room facilities a ere made through
' the generosity of synagogue lead-
; en Hyman Chabner, president
| Ben Baskin and Andrew Mandel,
vice preside nts, and Chiam Korn-
doi f, treasurer.
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Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer assisted in
the installation of new officers of Kneseth
Israel conducted by Rabbi David Lenrfaeld
and Cantor Abraham Self this week. From
isft -rre 'Top row) Jacob R. Modansky, third
vice president; Cantor Sail; Oscar B. Sha-
piro, treasurer; Joseph Ncdler, dinner com-
mittee chairman; Maurice Kusnitz, cochair-
man cf the board of directors; (Bottom row)
Victor fchenwetter, secend vice president;
David Eisenstein, president; Rabbi Lehr-
field; Joseph Hcffenberg. first vice president
and Jac'.t Horwitz, chairman of the board of
directors.
Evaluating and assessing the budgetary
needs of the Greater Miami Jewi?h Federa-
tion's 33 local, national and overseas agen-
cies is a year-round task cf the 40-member
Budget Committee. The Interim Budget Com-
mittee, which is gathering data and infor-
mation to be presented to the Budget Com-
mittee includes, 'from lefM Richard J. Hor-
wich. vice chcirman cf the Budget Commit-
tee; Mrs. Howard J. Trinz. Arnold J. Stern.
Kerschel Rosenthal, Morton Silberman and
Stanley R. Gilbert.
Hoffman Installed By Fashion Guild
Womelco Theatres

Larry Hoffman, Arthur ('
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for a second i live t Tni b i
of the M m's Fa
iuild of Gi ter Miai
Oth r ofl tailed i
: Fed ind Al Ledina, vice
?resid nts; Eli K ebs, treasurer,
tnd Mrs. Marion Siegal, secretary.
New dir ct > include Irving B>
lin, Mickey Hayes, Jay Kaiser,
Harold Goldberg, Al Zablo, Martini
Lcvine, Richard Praeger, Martin
Wi xler, David Zimmerman and'
Milton Nadel, all of whom head
mens apparel shops in Miami
Beach, Surfside and Bal Harbour.
Checks for South Florida edu- j
cation^! Rrants and chnritfes <>-e
presented at the installation din-
ner. Th<- Gui'd's 1970 grant to the ;
University of Miami was accented .
"w G'lild member H irry Leslie of ,
Miami Beach, who noted that thi-- j
grant increased the Guild's tota'
"ontrhotions f> University mir-
k stud : to $15.75
198 Phe
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Canada that 'styles worn and so'd
in Miami Beach In the winter
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books for
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By MADGE ROSENBAUM
Question
Box
International Hotel Will
Open In Freeport Dee. 20
By RABBI SAMUEL .1. FOX
Why is the Kaditish rt it*l in
th i Aramaic 1 111 -. 11:i rather
tlia I tin II. Iin-u .'
,\|.;i.u'-ri:!\ >h:-rt th*' l-i'i--liie
A new silhouette has been addi d
to the already s;.'ctacular Grand
Bahama Island Bkyline, The Inter-
national Hotel, opposite the King's
Inn and Golf Club i:i Fn eport, is
scheduled to ojx'n Sunday, Dec. 20.
rndillac, as managing partner o!
the Internationa'.
Win kin-; in ''i'1 el ill.
with Mr. Resnick in the operation
>! the Inti rnational will be its e
ecutive vice president, Charlet
The International, constructed I Schlakman, who is the manage,
by the YorkshireDevelopm ntCo., partner of King's Inn and G
orn EDDIE, by Sli,i,h Ish cd and saved and manaced ,. s .nri A,;.V '" """^"sW
Kishor; Panthooo Booka, 188 Sarah to school, wEnTE Scan* "' ? ,"w?, "T"",
i.i.'.-h ''"* *" i top scholar and was soon in the mis u... vernac,ar : the
will be operated "cooperatively
and competitive! in association
with the King's Inn. recreational
facilities of which will be availabli
Tlie tragedy of the | enerati >n
. p and the .! lack of i mmuni-
c Bl Ion betw i father ind s m i>
the basl; ol :'. moving
Written by one o! the m ist dis-
t.ngilish I authors of j ivenile
books, th' ce iters around
an l l. \ fath
phi I, a i tei and rex ered He-
bi i a :h
The famil) m [rate >m I in-
don to New Yo. k i:i th.....rlj years
of the century, and the first part
of the story do ils with their life
in London and their move i Am
ica. 'I he s......nd part of the st try
continues with a portion of their
life in Am. lie-, their adjustments,
heir s ruggli a and their '.i i d-';:-.
Their hard life was the result of
heir tattler's stubbornness to ac-
i a well-paying |x>sition in a
commun! j imprist I ot affluent
Jewish farrili He was -i dedi-
t-ti d to the needs of the p
Jewish children who were his
cha"". that he sacrificed the w
fare and health and security of
his own f-iiir!" to whom he w
cold, alo >f, and Indifferent.
Mama Raphel, kind, warm, and
loving, is the center of the fam-
ily and keeps things on an even
ke i. When Ed lie becomes ill and
dies, the whole family is shocki I
into the realization that nothing is
as import int as family ti"s an I
ryone must compromise and
ist with th ii- Idea's a! times.
9ABAH SOMEBODY, bj l"l irenee
Slihxlkin, Illustrate'. hy Lotlls
Slobodkin: Vanguard PreBo, 73
pages, $3-95.
A he in- arm v of th t
nulhot'a own m >1 le ind h r ch i
i in a tlnj PoVsli vi'l ge al
i id ol ti. lasl cei
Sarah 5 irne l i > go to -
i;-, Poland nlj
'.. When Sarah w
the opportunity t" re id and w -it ,
she v- is b self w th i i
. > question was, could th
afford thi money to
in r.
ilvanced class Her handwriting Limp vvhen lne K,;,;d;sh was com.
so h 'am.i thai she soon ,,.,,.
ted money writing name plates.
mom y she gave to a i>-> >r
iciousness is the outstanding
as]..... of the Intel national's In-
terior design, More than 13,00-)
il
i -.
b
! th
!: th'
' io c uld n it p iy her
h grandmother
: if 10 I, S irah wrote
in h"uiiiiu' Poi-
se i d they found it in
i gr indm ither h ind. This
Sarah fi i as if she did somel
erj Im 1011 nl I she f -it like
's imi h i Iy," v hii h i- a feel ng we
ill s< a th in imi lives.
::ik POTTER'S POUR sons, by
Sharlya GoM, ilhntrated bv Jules
Maldoff; Doobleday I!l7i)18
pages, -SJW.
A w ii m and nl le story of a
ather and his : >ur ins t ild with
stand ng. Like I day it is the
if the gener iti in g ip b>-
itter and the sins wh >
i i '.. sh i i follow In th i
father's foots) 'ps: though t!w
-re-A ih v did nol want to it"
totters, they di'. n il know whal
i" wag f ...... d > i do.
So their father told them to go
iir Into the world and come bick
when they had learned all they
nted to know. He sent thm on
their way with his love and bless-
ings. Each of the boys had an ad-
venture which helDcd him shane
his future and decide what trade
to f illow, \ simple storv with n*
inex'-'Ve i climaxes, it d >"s point
i"t that ''ir'i Derson must follow
- s .v. n destiny.
Th unusual lllustr itl "is are
n v hai i m tu t r a chil-
I '- iok, !. iwever.
' RE I-; VOXKE1 A? I>-. Marl-
' Hlr n: "..n Publishers,
.v..
Colorful t illi il'ustr I n
Th '1 ie who conten 1 in
i rather mvstical fashion that the
reason for the ch >ice of the At ama-
I was io prevent the Angels I i
. j its c )nt"nt. Th is !
. h i iy this s em to contend th '
Hie Angels mi hi :;'
the m if man as expri ssed
'<. its guests. Both are members squan feel an devoted to lobbies
; the world's larg st resurt hotel land public area.-'. The main lobby
group, Ass rn -i R son Hotels, has s o ;i ; "islands" surrounding
.hich operates seven MiamiBtach i ccntial f-nattain; a l.'5-fcot ina-;
ceanfront lion Is in addition to ind ci si I chandeliei i- suspend-
the two on Grand Bahama Island. over the fountain fron
Thi Ed ftoc, D ;.; Ill -:i. i hr i -s c Iling.
m nti nac, < asablanca, Cr .wi ional Hotel will
Vctsailles and Saxon} Hoi .-. set vice and sped
hi local linki in the hotel I .. I i !r. R snic
iich Morris I. h servi as no scivice policy wi
in sidi nt. Mr, Lansbui gh i.

"''.' ;i '- I) iok
I with
of know] -d :'. so they s ;ri
The texi im] le sentenc
to a pa I iicl i si '
le si il a baby w h i
. s suppo I'd y lost bul as al
i.i ne a1! 'ii Iime. The settin \ is
in n ingarj
i so the c istum il
Bul Sarah's family all were lov- ':' P~P' ^l l i rei I and, thus,
iti resting to young re iders.
Mar l..i Hirsh, th author-artist,
's a f irmer Peace C irps w i'.
vhose first f'ur picture books and
iaintin<*] were popular in India
she became known for her
. .. ks i; the United States.
jews !N am";btcn i.it".
PROM 1 : TO T1IF, SPACE
\';t:. ii< Tina Levltan; Hbmv
" iblWhing Ci.. :.")'{ pi.....B S.V0I)
j shotl b'o'rraphies of 90
. i ric ii Je \ s nrc noni lined h
f I" V "m"
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.q|v nb"shed hooki h
v If you are
getting married...
This basket holds
inloimalion and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
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'' dally in the content of .,. ;,,,,,, ;.,,-.,,.,! Rtsnick, form-.'i
the mam verses of the Kadd'sh 0Wner and o] ra nottls
' "" man :' extol'lng the Al- w the Monte Carlo, Sonxnto ar.d
mi-h'v In a form similar to tint
of the Angels.
Others say thai the vernacu'ar
was used so thai even the i
c ...|.i ..:.. ^ themselves
a Ithout kni .' i.'i'. the i lassical ex-
oressions 'if He*>r >''. Th"" are
-ii".. (Eliyyahu Rabba ."ti:."1 who
thai r 'c ? ..i the K iddi li in
the verna til ir cam ftboul orig-
i...,I y beeausB of f" tain ,- '9
fro ". B ii isl :i go\ "'iinvn' for-
ii.- re.-it ''. Ch in ;in? the
v\ is a means of ci
vent'ng the d pe one th '" -->( a pracl ice il rem tin d a i
such.
Same scholars use th" particu-
lar language of the prayer as a
means of Identifying the period
;n which it was comDosed. Gener
il'y speaking, it sti ml! be re
n id thai the K.' ti h w
nally a prayer red ted a'ter a
l ne !,- 'lure. Whil the lecttfT
-, : i subs qui nl discussion
1...... led '" ': the i' ,-ln
.. 0f \i... speak atd i I -
<. n f.-lt tn| T'
i .i, hi -li it -h ml '
l .......h aa ; sil Io I
he 'nsl : irned.
Th's. even if one p iss i
.... ...... t'. ......
''!] c .,! 1 -':!'.' the r.'i' '-
... if >'' dth all th
,. .,., ; ... ,-. '. .-;'.,
"o'l !' ' I" Th '- I'm-'
.-. re ited In the vi n u-
'e ol thai time, Aram ic,
Why do some tra'i'ins insist
e using linen threads when sew-
ii g i ii' shrouds?
el timed by some thai this
bee in- i ol iii s-.
ince of the flax from v
is derived Flax usu lly
iws dnrini; the season of the
irlv rains and is thus symboll
th spring of life or the 'i'f of
-' ',' sprouts early. Ptu'ther*
". the durability of flax c im-
..! to oth th i lie itcs
mot tality of th soul.
i >: iei al i's besl
. i.,.\ ., ;. anm d is
liiii Bath," con -
' i. i v. ith Ja1 am se al I
Dr. and Mrs. Max Robinowitz (left) and Dr. Daniel Kushner,
chief of medical services, welcome Baron deHirsch Meyer
to Mount Sinai Hospital's annual Medical Staff Dinner-Dance
at the Fontaineb'.eau Hotel. Mr. Meyer, a past president of
Moi;r.t Sinai, presently is vice chairman of its board of
trustees.
Mr. end Mrs. Sydney Gans were among the trustees of
Mount Sinai Hospital who attended the annual Medical
Staff Dinner-Dance at the Fontaineb'.cav. Hotel. Mr. Gans is
chairmen of the Vendors' Division of the hor-pital's current
deve'epment campaign.
, f .
vo"' n
: i \. id ran ;e of A......
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itcd's annual Medic -'* Dinr
he Fontainebleau were, from lef',
^nt chairman Dr. Maurice Eiel-

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Friday. December 11, 1970
UGAi NOTKE
Executive
r -f D_'ec:ors for I':". Member* of the I
live Boer --:-. f.'crr. !e:: MortonSchoenfield Herb Aror.-
son. Evelyn Wells, Joseph Leidman. Harry Goldkin. Herbert
Chernov bias Ma* Waltzman, incoming president,
end Rabbi Milton Sc!
Comedicn Henny Youngman. a frequent diner at one of
Miami Beach's most famous restaurants the Famous,
and Mrs. Ycungmcn are shov/n here v/ith Harry Zucker-
man. co-owner with Morris Lerner of the Famous.
A p'.cque v/as recently presented to Dr. Benjamin M.
[man, Assistant Chief of the Veterans Hospital, Out-
patient Department, for his outstandir.q service to veterans.
He is shown with Hilda M. Parka, Staff Assistant to the Di-
rector ci Volunteer Service, (left) Mrs. A. Henry Kauffman,
National Liaison Officer of the Ladies of the Legion of Valor,
who made the presentation, Doctor D. R. Robinson, Hos-
pital Director, right. Dr. Kaufmcn, a graduate of New York
University School of Medicine, is a Diplomate of the Board
of Internal Medicine. He has been with the Veterans Hos-
pital Director, (rightI. Dr. Kaufman, a graduate of New York
Legion, Masonic Lodge, and Temple Judea of Coral Gables.
All smiles are these principals in a Sabbath dinner at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom which preceded the investiture ceremonies
which made Dr. Leon Kronish an honorary fellow of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. From left, they are Rabbi
Kronish; Mrs. Kronish; Mrs. Marvin Cooper and Mr. Cooper,
who served as dinner chairman. Ambassador Avraham
Harmon, president of the university, installed Dr. Kronish
and was the princ.pal speaker. Jack S. Popick, national vice
president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University,
and Isadore Hecht, chairman of the Leon Kronish Institute
of Living Judaism, presented Rabbi Kronioh for citation.
More than 2.0G0 people attended the ceremonies.
Guest speaker at a specie! dinner meeting of Miami Honor-
ees of Israel Sunday night at the Fontaineblecu Hotel was
Bishop Shohe Ajamian, (second from right, head of the
Armenian Chuich in Jerusalem. Other participants on the
program i:i behalf oi Capital for Israel were Michael Litvak,
(left), director of the Israel Bond Orqanization; Dr. Leon
Kronish, national vice chairman for Israel Bonds, and Ben
Essen, 'right), chairman of the dinner.
Going over plans for the Southeastern Florida Region
Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabililion
through Training) school building luncheon are, (from
left) Mrs. Samuel Satinsky, ticket chairman, Miss Ruth
Foreman, director, and Mrs. Edward Levinson, luncheon
chairman. At the luncheon, to be held Jan. 6, in the Deau-
ville Hotel, Miss Foreman will present "The Owl and the
Pussycat," starring Marcie Knight and George De Vries.
Proceeds will go towards building new ORT schools.
Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami accepts the painting, "Torah." from Ethel
A. Blake. The artist donated the painting to the "Y" 's Art
Gallery in memory of her late husband, Saul I. Blake
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-220<5
NOTICE OF SUIT
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which you ni.iv
tati BEl "KIE lau- i.f Pade County, Florida, to ih
County Judge* ol D&de CViunty, and
flic Hi. -..in,' in duplleati and at pn
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Courthouse in Dade County, Florida
nix .ilendar ni.-iiilis fr time .i the firot publication hi i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22133
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
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Mtorney's Topic Is'Blacks And Jews'
Melvyn Frumkcs. iirominr-nt
ical attorney, will be the s;>oakcu-
Beth Shokim'a Coffee, Cultural
(1 Conversation program Sunday
in i in., in the temple's audl-
ium at 4144 Chase Ave.. ;ic
.! n : to an announcement made
Katzin, president.
Mr. Frumkes' topic will be
llacks and Jews" Jam- S.
opke, chairman of the CCC
j. ct, reported. "Mr. Fcumkos i<
ncntly wilted to disctus this
il current problem,*' Mr. Knoph
I. "He is on the Board of the
i] Urban League, 8 trvt <
i president at the Bureau of
iish Education, and is an offl-
ine1 Executi Boat I m
G e t'- Mia nl I !ha?t :r of Am >p-
n Jewish Cong ess."
Mr. Frumkes has also served as
il r\-;itant to the Attorn \
cr.il for the State "f Florida,
! is a former Mi. mi Beach city
os 'cutor.
The program la open to the gen-
l public for a nom!n il eht'
Obituaries
MEYER FINE
.,r :t Island Avenue, Belle Me, Miami |
Beach, passed away on November
ISth at Mt. Sinai. Owner of !
Construction Company "f Hlaleah.
Mr. Pine, who was a member "i
T, mple Israel, had been n Miami
i. i i,i,m ror 22 years Sut t Ivors In-
lude In- wife Sonia and a daughter
Mrs Joy Fried, ..i Key Biscay-lie.
Interment was held at Mt. N>i"
Cemelerj with Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiating
GELB
MONUMENTS INC,
fart (verr >' Closed" SeAbolh
40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
- Monument Deoler
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
Will take place
Sunday, December 20th
at 11 a.m. in the Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Sol Landau and Solomon Schiff officiating.
Friends and relatives are asked to attend.
MflVVN FRUA1KES
LEGAL NOTICE

A 7-DAY
BERMUDA
CRUISE
From
SWISS
kM4.ll I
Swiss Pasforiied Process
Grayere Chese
Write your name and addrets
clearly on a plain piece of paper
Enclose your entry in an enve-
lope with the label from any
3" x 5".
package of Swiss Knight Cheese
or with the words SWISS
KNIOHT printed in plain block
letters on a plain piece of paper
3'- x 5".
Mail to: BERMUDA CRUISE
P.O. Box 3646
New York. N.Y. 1O017
h
i liifc COUNTY JUDGE a COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4343
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK Estate, of
Mi >KKis ri iSENBLCTH,
Deo ..-..I
To All l't. .In,.I ami All IV rsons Max -
1 'lalms or l >. mauds Agaltu i Said
K lair
\ mu are h< i hy notified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which > "ii ma\ hnvi against
I In estati nl M< >RRIS III iSENllf.l'TH
deceased latent Dade County, Florida,
I,, the County Judges "i DHde County.
ami file Ihe same in duplicate ami as
pro> Ided .a S< ctlon 7:::'. Iff, Floi Ida
Statutes, In Ihelr offices In the Coun-
13 Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, xxiihin si\ calendar months fr.....
Ii. nun of Hi. first DUhliention Inn-:
.I', or On' same "ill lie barred.
Dated ai .Miami. Florida, tills
da) "i Dei-ember, A H. I'.t"i
PHILIP M'AI.KK
As Administrator
First publication Hiis
rhe I nil daj of I levi mbei.
JOSEPH BCH.MIBR
Altoi ney for Estate
Lincoln Road, .Main! '
t:
LOCAl ATxiD OUT OF STATE
ARRANGIMF.NTS
891-6444
133BS W DIXIE MWY N M

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yff Edvord T. N*mw, F.D. v.Tsr*l'i^B
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LEGAL NOTICE
Mb
lice
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lion
...ii. Fla
ii-m-ss i
PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Complete burial and funeral
arrangements for Pots of all
types, Including pick-ue service
Beautiful Cemetery Grounds
Cremation Services
Moderate Prices
#T HEAKfa/
MEMORIAL PARK
226-7387
10*01 WEST FIAGLER
CONST! I ,TIVE SERVICE
N.T_HE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFA/FNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22309
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH ROMEA MO.VTAS
Plaintiff,
vs.
LUCIA MBRISIER MO.VTAS,
I lefendant.
TO: l.li'lA MERISIER MONTAS
V .' Altaian A AllgUSte
I81H 7th Avenue, Apt, 7 :
N't M York, SB, \ y
Vfir ARE HKRBBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a cop) of your wrlt-
t n defenses, if any. in || on IIAItlll.P
CtJASE, DSi.i attonie) for plaintiff.
whose address is 27211 W. Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33I3S. and file
the original with the clerk if the
above styled court on nr before Janu-
ary IR, 1971: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the r< lief
demanded in the complaint or petition,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4448
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Bstate .if
DAVID Gl ICKMAN
I ici eased
To All "'n dltors ami All Perso is Mm -
Iiib Claims or Demands Ay.....si Said I
Bi late:
Y..U are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an> claims ami de-
mand) which you max have ugainsl
,1,,. BHtate of DAVID IILICHMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida
,,, ihi Cou ity Judges of Dade County,
and file the sum in duplicate and as
irnvlded hi 8-tlon ISS.Ifi, Florida
their office" In Ihe Coun-
n Dade County, llnr-
alendar months from
first publication inn-
,. xx m he barred. .
Florida, this Tib
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
y^jovdon -funeral <_J~l<.
ome
373-5533
i>
Statutes, ill
iv Courthouse i
Ida, > Ithln six
the linn of ill,-
,,f. i.r the sain
Dated at Mlam .
December, A.D l.
.III.I1S LEVEY
As Administrator
,f tills, inai.
December, l!'7ff.
.lax
I'
First publlcatl
|] 111 .lav Of
,i. mil day "i i>. in'"-
BAXTER A FRIEDMAN
.\tl,,iii.x for Vilininislial.il
A.
is?:, Nl-: lrd Streel
N..11I1 Miami Beach, Fla.
I" 11-18-2'. I V
WITNESS my hand and the
sai.l curl ai Miami Florida
1th day "f December, 1970.
E. It. I.EATHERM.AX,
As Clerk, circuit Court
1 .a.1. County, Florida
Uj : C, P COPELAXD
As 1 leputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall
HARI 'I.I' CEA8B, ESQ.
27:'" \\'.-si Flnaler Stn el
Miami. Florida 3S135
12 11-18-33
,-il of
Has
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4294
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bst......f
ADEI.IA M. COPE
I i.-.-i ased.
To \ll '-nlii."-s ami All Per*
mu Claims 01 Demait
'';v;'ua.- herebj notified
quired to iircsenl any ctalini
mt..... > ;;v;>. ',;"
the estati ol AIH-.
deceased late "f Du
11, the Cnunlj Juds
ami fil
nmvldi
Slaltlt.
I\ COUnnopse
Ida. within six calendar monthi
nuiiilcHtt.ni
llax -
ls AgulllSt Sai.l
and
IS 1 1
re-
nd de-
nicainsi
M. COPE
,uiit\. Rorlda,
of 1 mde County,
the -urn. in duplicate and wt
I i Section 733.16. Florida
. i their off...... "i the 1 nun
'our(house In Dade Count:
xvlthln six calendar
lime "f it" f'rl
, ,i. same xxill be barren. >
bated at Miami. Florida, this
.Inv .a' N'nv. nil..r. AH
111.
of.
Flor- ;
in.in
ht 11-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4287
lii RE: Estnte of
N'BLLIE i'i IHN
a k H M-:i I. COHN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
1 Estate:
V..U are hereby notified and requir-
ed i. present an> claims and 1. man,Is
j which you max have aaahial the cs-
1 late ..1 NELLIE COHN a K n NELL
! COHN deceased late Du Floilda, t.. the Count) Judges ..f
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
flces in ill-- i'<.Unix Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within -ix
calendar rn'mths from the time first publication hereof, or tin same
x\ ill be barred,
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 3rd
lax of November, A l> 1970.
HENRY C. i'i HIN
\- i:\., hi..1
1 Flrsl publication of this notice "
1 the 1 lib .lax ..1 1.. .1 mii.-i. 111711,
! Mills ;n.i..MAX
Attorney for
Bstate ..r NELL COHN
;.l'.i liiKruhnni Building
12/11-'!
ALL CANDI PATES AGREE.
ZIP CODE SPEEDS
HOLIDAY MAIL
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL Tii WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL rn.Ml-: flREETlNa.S:
Whereas, 8ALVATORE 0 FORN-
ATORA Coral tlablea, Florida; HAR-
RY I.. McHENRY, Coral Gables, Flor-
ida; BL'E McHENRY, Coral Gables,
Florida, -li.i mi the Iffth day of Aua"-
usi. a.i. I9S8 cause t.. be Incor-
porated under the laws "f the Slate
of Florida FORHHAN REALTY INC.
a corporation, xxith its principal ptaee
,.f business at Coral Gablea, Dade
County, in the Slat.- of Florida, and
whereas such corporation iii'l "it the
1st ilav of Dee.-mini-. AH. 1970,
t.i be filed lii tin- office >.f tl
paiini.-nt ..f state of the State of
Florida, the documentary authority
of Novi ml" v. A I' ''
Rl i|-.i:t!-ll RANDALL CUM':
MARY HI IZABETH KENNEDY
As Co-Exei-utora
i-'iist publication < this n..ii_.'-
,1,,. nib .lav of December, 1970.
SAMUELSTHEN
Mn.r.'.'v r..r Co-Executora
P.O. Box 1914, Coral Gabli s. F
IS I1-1S-2.' 1 1
:it|se
111-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70 4191
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate ..f
MORRIS KAPLAN
Deceased.
To All ''. dltors and All Per*' is Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Agi.lnst Bald I
Estate: ,
You are hereby nc.*lfled and re-
quired t" in. s. nl any ilms and de-
mands Which you max ave ax.-a.nsl
the estate "f MORRIS K \im.ax
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1697
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL ABRAHAM SCHLAZER,
I ll-i-i ..sell.
NOTICE is hereby given thai xx.
have filed our Final Repor......I Pell-
lloit for Distribution and Final DIs-
.1 \, ,-uti'i-s nf the estate
ABRAHAM SCHLAZER,
i.l ilmt ..ii Hi.- mil .lay
1:171. xx ill apply 1.' Hi*
'..Unix .In.lu.s ..1 Dade
ri.la. for approval "i" said
ami for distribution ami
1. ,.., v, 1 utors ..1
This Mh
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85135-B
In RE: Estate of
SAMl'EL KAUFMAN
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Against Said
Estnte:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed 1.. present nns clalmt ami demand),
which you max hnve against the <-s-
tatc ..1 Sa.mii;i. KAUFMAN ilecens-
"l late ..f Dade <'..uniy, Florida to
Hi. ''..tiniv Judges ..r Dade i'..in:ix
ami file III. same ill duplicate ami
as provided in Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the I'l.iim.
Courthouse in Dade t'..uniy. Florida.
xviiliin sis calendar months from lb*
time ..1 the flral publication hereof,
"i On -..in.- xx ill l. ban .-.l.
I'-n.'l ai Miami, Florida, ilns Jril
lax of Dei ml.1 1. A 11 I970.
]:i:i'I.AM STERN
As Elxeeutrtac
First puhllcatli.....f tliis notli 1
11- mil .lay ..f December, .
M N ERS, KAIM.A.V. I'i IRTER
I.i:\l\si.\ KENIN
Attorney for Executrix
11."." S \\ Flrsl Sir.-. 1,
Miami, Florida
12 11 -18-2j
197"
charge a-
of SAMUEL
.h-eea.se.I: a
of January,
Honorable
County, Fit
Final Report
final dlschargi
the al...\e-iiam.-.l decedent.
day "f Dt'cemhi v. 1970.
> Michael s. hlaxer
s David s.-hl iz.T
1 Vi-Executors
VRONOVITZ. Sll \MM! .v ItOOTH
By: s Max It Silver. All..rin x
-us AJnsli x- ituildina
Miami Florida SS133
IS 11-18 -
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22322
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STUART I'AH.V.
Plaintiff,
X s.
MARY DAHN,
I 1. 1, ml.ml.
TO: MARY DAHN
7.; Hamilton Streel
Patterson, X. xx .1.- sej
\ n. MAIO DAHN, are herebj no
Ifled thai a BUI nf Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required i" serve a cony
.1 your Answer or Pleading '" the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs at-
torney, ICNdBL \- HALPBRN, 14""
V \V, 1.Mli Avenue. Suite 17-G, Miami,
Florida Tel. nli..in-: ::7:>-:'.^ii ami file
ihi 01 Iglnal Ansxx er ..i- Pleading in
office of the Clerk of the Clr-
Couii ..n "i* before tin
of January. 1971. if you fail t
judgment by ilciault xxill
against you for tin relit I
Hi.- BUI of Complaint.
Ihe
UUll
.lax
.1,
laki
1.'.ih
he
il. -
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the first 'lay of 1 > -
ceinher. A.D. IWO.
TOM AHAMS
Secretary of Stale ^^
the II til
thor:.
samuel steen
josi-PHsi-HMiKit;;'-"- $TVm4Bmk*at
Attorney for Exeoutora .\ ,-, .,1111
0i. Lincoln Kim.l. Miami Beach. Fla. ^ Coral Gablea, ll.......IM
I2/11-18-S5, l l
I4IMI \ W. l"th A\
Miami. Florida
Attorn' > s for !
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