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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 18, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:02185

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

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tJewish Flor idian
Combir/ig THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEIKLY
'olumt 43 Number 51
Miami, Florida Friday, Dec ember 18. 1970
Two Sections Price 20 C
Dayan Reports To Cabinet On U.S. Tour
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Dc-
Mtalsti r Moshe Dayan
:lini >i to answer specific qtn s-
rna regarding his meetings
[with President Nixcn and other
p administration officials in
I' ashington when he returned
torn the United States Sunday
j it, but he is expected to give
I. Cabinet which has been
Lostponing the decision regard-
ing a return to the Jarring talks,
full report.
The government s decision, it
) as 11 orti d, will be based upon
:... i.tt> st word from Washing-
l :. which Gen. Dayan brought.
particularly the U.S. govern-
ment's response to Israel's re-
qui st for clarification of c< rtain
assuranci s.
A key to the fate of the Jar-
ring t:ilks appears to lie whether
the United State* will insist on
the Rogers territorial plan. At
a press conference last week.
President Nixon refused to com-
mit himself one way or the
Other Where the Rogers plan
was concerned.
Mr. Nixon's responses were
believed to have been generally
favorable Washington reported-
ly promised to act to prevent
adoption cf anti-Israel resolu-
tions in thi U.N. Security Coun-
cil, and has indicated that it will
warn the Soviet Union against
active Intervention to prevent
defeat of the Egyptian Army
should fighting begin anew in
the Suez Canal /.one.
Gen. Dayan addressed more
than 2.000 delegates to the UJA
convention who were attending
a dlnnei in New York Saturday
night. He said President Nixon
hpd "kept c very word to Israel"
since taking office, and declared
that Israel wants to return to
MOSHE DAYAN
the Jarring talks provided th
an no "prior conditions." b t
his stati mi nts regarding t h
tings in Washington wi
d< d.
Gen. Dayan derided the sug-
gestion nude by King Hussein
that peace would be possible if
Israel evacuated the West Bank.
Hi- noted that King Hussein Is
in no position to guarantee
peace between Jordan and I--
racl. and in view of the prepon-
derant Arab-Soviet bloc in both
the Security and t'le (ieneral
Assembly, they certainly cannot
he relied on to help establish
peace.
Several hours before his ap-
pearance at the United Jew!
Appeal banquet, Gen. Dayar.
Con't. on Page ISA
2,000 Delegates Attend
UJA 's Annual Conference ~j^fa Fo7MWeast
Peacekeeping Force
NEW YORK iJTAi At the
1971 annual conference of the
United Jewish Appeal. Ameri-
can Jewry was urged to inten-
ify its support and educational
programs vital to the peaple of
Israel. The four-day conference
as attended by more than 2.000
legates from 250 communities
round the country.
In an interview. Edward Gins-
'rg.*VJA"gonPrni chitrman Whfl
as reetected for a fourth term.
" The people of Israel carry
is financial burden.
[on than 30' of Israi i's
i luct goes toward
;. el h '''
i y to ghare the I urden of
. social pro i ims whl :h
,.' -. iys b en the a lil
responsibility of world Jewry."
As a result, he noted, a human
crisis exists and It grows more
serious each day as new immi-
grants arrive who must be
housed, fed. educated and train-
ed so that they can become self-
siist.lining IBBIIlbWI of society.
During 1970. Mr. Ginsberg re-
ported, some so,ooo Immigrants
arrived in Israel; at least 50.000
more are expected in 1971 and
the re are still JiO.tMlii immigrants
ot prior years who have yet to
be fulls absorbed into the fabric
ei Israeli ii:e.
Mr. G ,,fl that
UJA's 1971 cam >aign seeks "not
onl> to arouse Ami ri an Jewry,
Inn to get them involved in the
human nee Is I t< lr breth
Iranian Oil Flowing
Through New Pipeline
LONDON i JTAI Iranian oil
pumped through Israel's Eilat
Ashkelon pipeline, is finding its
vay to Eastern European coun-
riet, including East Germany,
the most rabidly anti-Israel
ncmbcr of the Communist bloc,
t has been reported here.
The Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline
sse.s the closed Sue/ Canal,
saving a three-week. 12.000 mile
yage from Midcastern oil fields
. Europe via the Cape of Good
Hope. 'The use of the new Is-
. teli pipt line to hasten the fl iw
of oil to Eastern Europe has been
common knowledge in Israel for
several weeks hut its publica-
tion has been suppressed by rigid
enaorship, the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency's Jerusalem corre-
spondent reported.'
The Sunday Times, which
oroke the story here, said the
Soviet Union is fully aware of
the movement of Communist bloc
oil through the Israeli pipeline
and has no objections.
Noting that the Rusisan sup-
ply network is inadequate to
meet the urgent oil requirements
of its European satellites, the
Times stated: "Over the past
two years Russia has given the
go-ahead to Eastern bloc coun-
tries to import oil from any al-
ternatively sources." The prin-
cipal destination of tankers load-
ing oil at Ashkelon and Haifa
was said to be two refineries in
Italy, one in Yugoslavia, and one
in Rumania.
At least one cargo of oil ship-
ped through Israel has reached
Hast Germany, the Times said.
Iran is happy with the arrange-
ment because it establishes its
nationally-owned Iranian Oil Co.
as a major distributor in its own
i Ight, the paper said. The bulk of
the oil produced by Iran has un-
til now been distributed by the
Western firms that drill it.
Italy too is benefitting. the
Times said. Its major oil sources
have been the fields in Libya and
the Trans-Arabian Pipeline (Tap-
line' but supplies to the West
from those sources have been
severely cut back owing to a
price war. It is believed that if
the Suez Canal was to re-open
the Israelis pipeline would be
bankrupt overnight. "The con-
clusion must be that Israeland
increasingly the giants of the
oil world--do not expect the
Canal to reopen," the Times said.
Israel. The people of Israel have
been called upon to give their
flesh and blood. All wc ask from
the American Jewish community
is to give the money to maintain
vital humantarian programs."
The conference began with a
presentation of cash redeeming
1970 pledges by representatives
of some 50 communities from
around the United States. Shim-
on Alexandronl, Economic Min-
ister of Israel to the United
States and Canada, told the con-
ference's opening plenary session
that Israi I's I alanc oi payments
deficit for 1970 .- $1.3 billion and
S1.5 billion deficit is projected
for 1! t: c mse of the large In-
( on't. on Page ISA
Rigerman's
Fourth Try
Is Balked
NEW YORK (JTA) A
strongly worded cable urging
immediate action to confirm the
citizenship of Leonid Rigerman
and his mother. Esta. has been
sent to Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers by Rigcrman's
volunteer counsel. New York
Deputy Commissioner of Ports
and Terminals Daniel Greer.
Greer. who volunteered his
services to Rigerman when he
met him in Moscow last sum-
mer, cabled: "Any further delay
in confirming his citizenship.
esnecia'ly in the light of the
Lithuanian seaman incident and
President Nixon's response to
it, would put the Rigermans in
serious jeopardy as well as serve
notice of American apathy to
the Soviet authorities."
Rigerman. whose attempt to
enter the United States Embassy
in Moscow to assert American
citizenship was blocked by So-
viet police on Dec. 10. Human
Rights Day. was interrogated
for more than four hours and
threatened with serious conse-
quences if he tried again accord-
ing to reports from the Soviet
capital.
NEW YORK (JTA' -King
Hussein of Jordan, said in a
televised interview that he
thought it "probable" and de-
sir ible that there would be a
Soviet-American peace-keeping
force in the Middle East.
Appearing on the ARC "Issui 3
and Answers'' program, the Jor-
an monarch said, "I do not
rule it out exactly at all. and
tally :t might simplify the
situation." He asserted that
United Stati "holds the k* j I
.11 the Middle E ist more
thai: any party in the world."
King Hussein met with Presi-
dent Nixon and other U.S. otlic-
ials in Washington list week.
He also taped an hour-long in-
terview with David Frost which
will he televised nationally on
Friday.
At the taping he said. "We
wi re and are still prepared ti
recognize Israel's right to exist
He urged Ami lie an Jews to "USS
whatever influence they can t
help moderation prevail and r -
son and logic (to achievi lad -
..: !i pi ace."
Declaring there was "no r -
no b isis for direct tal! -
. until she m
:.- ms for peace
. '.. .Union of the Security
' .; 11, lie added, "enough time
. >en a 'sled, and II is I
..: harder to justify an x-
- nsior >'.' the current Mide -'
: Iri wiihout so
I i ogri se
'France Will Support Any
Move To Revive Talks'
PARIS (JTA) France's
President Georges Pompidou, in
an address delivered before a
luncheon honoring King Hussein
of Jordan at the Llysee Palace,
pledged that France will sup-
port any political move which
would reactivate the stalled
Jarring peace talks. He warm d
that the absence of a Middle
East settlement would seriously
endanger the situation in that
region and said that France will
seek to foster a political settle-
iro nt based on the U.N. Security
Council's Resolution 242.
Following the luncheon. King
Hussein and President Pompidou
met alone for more than an
hour: they were later joined by
Premier Jacques Chaban-Delmas.
Jacques Moreillon. France's Am-
bassador to Jordan, and Jordan's
Ambassador to France.
According to observer* here,
the Jordanian monarch has en-
deavored to appear as a spokes-
man for all the Arabs not just
as his nation's representative.
The French government is sail
to be trying to cultivate moder-
ate Arab states such as Jordan.
2 Jewish Senators,
10 Representatives
In <)2ml Congress
WASHINGTON (JTA
Congress, which convenes in
iry, will include 14 Jews, five
than new. according to the
pendent Protestant pub
. i'!. isti nity Today."
Of the li"1 Senators, only In-
nts Jacob K. Javits, (R-N V I
Abraham A. Ribicoff tD-Conni
,-.i, Idi ntified as Jews.
Of the 435 Congressmen, 12 v
identified as Jews Republic-)ns
Seymour Halpern of New York and
Sam Steiger of Arizona, and
Democrats, Abner J. Mikva and
Sidney R. Yatea of Illinois. Joshua
Eilberg of Pennsylvania, and Bella
S. Ab7Ug. Emanuel Celler, Ed-
ward I. Koch, Bertram L. Podel!.
Benjamin S. Rosenthal, James H.
Scheuer and Lester L. Wolff >f
New York.


Page 2-A
+Je*ls*nerkffon
Friday. December 13i 1970
HAKKY B. SMITH
MRS.HARki B. SMITH
Smiths Named Chairmen Of
Annual Beth Sholom Event
-Violence Expert
Sunday's Speaker
An expert view of the violence
plaguing our society will ly offered
Sunday morning at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami when Dr. Jerome
H. Skolnick speaks on "The Poli-
tics of Violence." His lecture is
part of Hie GreenfMd Institute
MriM.
The director of Ibe F-fleral Task
Force which produced the defini-
tive analysis of "The Politics of
Protest" for the President's Cortf>
mission on Violence, Cr. Skolnick
comes here from the University of
California at Berkeley when- hi
b Professor of Criminology. He
has taught Sociology at the I.'ni-
vtrxtiy of Chicago, and at Yale,
Harvard, New York University
and Denver Law sehiwls and Is
Senior Social Scientist of the
American Bar Foundation.
Dr. Skolnick has written ex-
tensively in the field of law and
society. His og:.s Include "Justice
Without Trial." 'Society and the
Legal Order." and -Controlling
Crime." He is also the author of
many articles for prof.-,
journals and popular publications'
Dr. Skolnicks.campus lectures
have been the sflbjfct of a Rood
mal of conirotYrsy in r. r,ni
months; Sunday morning's discus-
;ion promises to be a provocative
one. Tickets will be availabh tg
the public.
interested in
: : B 5ni I 1
1 en named lairmen ol
..iual
1 Ined '-- A .
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I.-: theli nt of
tl-.r .... I.' mi Kr III-
of T< m
:. ol t.i 1971 CJA-1
a ted thai I f $1
e D
H tel.
Mr. M Smith, honoreea at
th.- temple's CJA-IEF dinner I si
y. bivoh d :n many
c vie endeavois in Greater Miami
Mr. Smith, who was recently!
1 ted to trV board of directors
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, is a
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami J'-w:sh Federation. He is also!
vice president of the Miami Bach'
Chamber of Commerce, a chair-
man-of the Miami Beach Charter
Review Board and past president
"f the Civic League of Miami
Be'ch.
Mrs. Smith, vice president of!
An a c ordination for the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, is former chairman
of the Women's Division Miami
Beach Area Board. A life mem-
be- of Mount Sinai Hospital's'
n'a Auxiliary, Mrs. Smith is
r of Project Hope, the
ol W .-.'.. n's Voters, and a
TA president of Leroy D.
! bei : School.
Mrs. Smith are both
past recipients of the President-.'
\". 1 i. the Jewish com-
munity hesl honor. The avt rd
n annually for outstanding
and devoti d service to the com-
Britain Urged To Consider
Mideast Military Balance
LONDON fWNSl Ti
: the li use of Lords- the
E ul of Cork, Iyjrd Janner and
Lord Shinwell- have urged the
givernrru nt to consider the mili-
tary balance between Israel and
h'- Arab states in its negotiations
for the sale of 53 Chieftain tank.?
to Libya.
Lord Janner asked the govern-
ment to remember that Libya is
entering into a federation with
Egypt, the Sudan and Syria and
hus declared that she would use
any tanks supplied to her against
Israel.
ISKKISL
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OUR ANSWER TO ISRAEL .
WE WILL BUT ISRAEL BONDS
& WE WILL GIVE TO THE CJA-
and the EMERGENCY FUND .
TIL IT HURTS.
Mayshie Friedberg
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A representative of the Israel Aliyah Center wii)
be at the Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida,
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Tuesday, December 29th and Wednesday, Decem-
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- 4:30 P.M. on both days.
Please call Mrs. Helen Shlasrock, Secretary, at
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Page 3-A
Award, Debutante Ceremonies Will Be
Highlights Of Ambassador's Ball

Lcofli <1 Rosen, former chair-
nan ol the Greater Miami Israel
' icL_OrRnizstwn and interne-1
prominent businessman
,v\ philanthropist, will i>:j,']\-
bs chairman when the Aafbas-I
sflior's Ball takes place in the|
Cr.nd Bullj-oyi-of the Fontaine-,
bleiu H >tel Saturday night. Mrs. |
Aivia Brenner Meyers, former
.hi.rman of*the Women's Division,
.ill a:4in srrve as grand hostess,
role which has traditionally been
bars since the first Ambassador's
iitl K? years ago.
Serving with them on the com-
mittee ball are a distinguished
iterie of community leaders,
loaded by James M. All>ert, Israel
Ponds chairman; Dr. Irving Lehr-
wn, chairman of the board of the
Israel Bond Organization; Dr.
I.eon Kronish. national viee chair-1
mm, State of Israel Bonds: Rabbi
hhyer Abrnmowitz. chairman. I
-;>cial events; Sen-elect Lawton
i'h les and Samuel Friedland. hon-
orary chairmen; and Robert L.
- < ''. chairman of the Awards
( i onittea,
'i ne Ambassador's Ball, sponsor-
id >y Israel Bonds and tradition- |
dly held under the patronage of'
'hi Ambassador of Israel and the
fjovernor of the State of Florida.
Is the occasion when the Eleanor i
o i~. volt-Israel Humanities Award
is confined upon a distinguished
American for outstanding service |
> the State Of Israel. The recipi-1
pat this year will be S. Hayward i
'Vills. chairman of the board and;
tesident of GAC Corporation. The
yard will be conferred upr>n him I
bs Ambassador Ksther Herlitz,
oar of Israel's leading diplomats,
i is currently Ambassador to
0 linark.
A highlight of the Ball will he
fts. Meyers' presentation of 12
ysung ladies tolhe Ambassador in
'butante ceremony. Mrs. Mey-
'-- pointed out that this eeremony
underscores for these young ladles
<'h.->il< nge and opportunity of
owing up with an awareness of
1 he part which Jewish communal
fe ran play in their maturing
;ivirs.
Festivities "ill begin at fi p.m.
:ih a reception for the debut-
antes; a diplomatic reception host-
ed by Ambassador Herlitz will fol-
low at 6:30; the Hall proper will,
begin al 7:30.
Diu4.'u.it be presented are;
the* MJJl4.<- Nancy Fawn Baker.
Jill Sharon Klkins. Pamela Faith
Fieisher, Hai ly.-ne Denice Goss.j
Adrienne Sue Kotler, Amy Lasker,!
Michelle Sue Miller, Debra Louise
Rose, Aimee D. Stein, Helayne i
Stem Robin Stone and Annamerle
Zwitman.
The colorful ceremonies reflec-
tive of the theme or the Ball will
also include the ceremonial pres-
entation of synagogue and orga-
nization heads whose leadership
has been instrumental in the most
successful Israel Bond Drive in
history.
Spearheading preparations for
I he Ball are Jonas J. Brotman.
Jacob C. Cohen. Mrs. Max Cohen.
Marvin Cooper. Nathan Darsky,
Harry Krankel,'Joseph ft. Ranter.
Solomon Klein, David J. Light,
Nathan Manilow, William I. Na-
than. Lou Poller, Jack S. Popick.
Jacob Rifkin, Alex Robinson,
Claire Rosen. Herman L. Shaw
and Malcolm Woldenberg, Century
Trustees of Israel; Sidney D. Ansin.
Jacob M. Arvey, Samuel Blank,
Shepard Broad, Sam Cohen, Ben
Essen, Isadore Hecht, Jacob Katz-
man, Rafael Kravec. Hank Meyer.
Max Orovitz, Richard Pallot and
Larry Paskow, chairman of
patrons.
The celebrated Lenny Dawson
Society Orchestra will provide the
music in a program especially ar-
ranged in tribute to" the Ambas-
sador of Israel, the distinguished
emissaries of foreign governments,
the presentation theme for the
debutantes and music for dancing
throughout the evening.
UONARD ROSEN
'Bureau The Community's
Cultural Center'Zilbert
The Bureiu of Jewish Education
has become a cultural center for,
the Jewish community, according
to Leonard Zilbert, president, of-
fering many courses and holding
meetings throughout the year,
Tuesday mornings, an advanced
Hebrew group of senior citizens
meets to discuss Modern Hebrew
Literature; Tuesday evenings, the
Bureau's Ulpan courses are offered
in four sections, from beginners to
advanced Hebrew with Sholem
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During the past 10 years this class
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A bi-weekly class meets Thurs-
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On Friday, the college of Jew-
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Holiday Emphasizes Moral Stature
Al a rwirn arher. Is:~e. r.os repulsed er.s~.e5 de:emined
*c destrry .ts e.cisrer.ce '..-= .emptmior. is oreot -o recall the
milhcry aspect cf _'.; "arcabear. v.r.ory :ve: the Syrians
rr.sre _-. z:. '. VS. years -r; su: -5 v.-e prepare to celebrate
:.\e ioL-day o: Z'r.z-^.zr. r.er. week, the emphasis is r.ct on
military might but on me moral stature of Judaism and the
fight fai Hi nuiival OH od -.e g:ec: .deas of civilization.
The Maccobecns fought for more than their land or
\-.e_- lives. Ar.ticchus was -ct so much intent on the physi-
cal destruction of the Jews as on the desrrur.or. of their
reUg.ous ideas their Judaism. Rededicanon of the Tem-
ple -s what we actually commemorate this next week, end
behind the lights, the latkes and the gifts iies the call to a
rededication to Judaism and the Jewish people a religion
and a people as vital as it was in 165 B.C.E.
Statement Sets Record Straight
The Synagogue Council has laid to rest, once and for
all we hope, the belief that Judaism cannot embrace con-
scientious objection. While it is true that we are not a paci-
fist fedth. the Council recently informed at Selective Service
System's head that the possibility of developing objection
to war, based on the interpretation of the moral imperatives
of Jewish traditions, is, in fact a valid one.
Judaism has always recognized that war can be an
unavoidable necessity and. thus, has never been considered
a pacifist faith. Jewish C.O.'s, as a result, have almost al-
ways had their applications rejected automatically because
of this. The statement by the Synagogue Council, which
is the coordinating agency for the sir national synagogcl
and rabbinical organizations cf Orthodox, Conservative
and Heform Judaism, sets the record straight finally.
The Jew has been taught from earliest youth that war
is dehumanizing and that the search for peace is con-
stant. If most are ready to fight and die, necessary, to pre-
serve their religion and their nation, that comes within the
tradrion. But, as the Council points out, Jewish religious
law also makes specific provision for the exemption of
those who have moral objection to fighting.
Relief Agency Near Collapse
UNRWA, the international relief agency which has
been the major support of the Arab refugees, is near col-
lapse because cf lack of funds to continue its humanitarian
work. The Un.ted States and other western democracies
have been the major supporters of UNRWA but. over the
pa3t few years, have rat down on their contributions.
It should not go unnoted that the Soviet Union, which
hes sent billions of dollars in arms to the Arab nations, has
never sent one kopeck to assist the refugees. No other
comment seems necessary.
An Ironic Twist
Two years after the anti-Semitic purges of 1968, the
Polish government shared in the building of a new Jewish
State Theater which was dedicated recently. The terrible
irony of this is that cf the 30,000 Polish Jews who survived
from among the several million Hitler destroyed, only
some 15.000 remain in that land as a result of the most
recent purges.
The picture cf Ida Kaminska, former director and star
performer of the Yiddish theater, is prominently displayed
in the lobby of the new theater. Mis* Kaminska now lives
in New York, having left in 1968 when the Polish govern-
ment made it plain that Jews were no longer welcome in a
land where they had lived for a thousand years.
Comment
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because to story.
I find
no
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scer.ically and r..-
ith-taking: the city its
everything one imagined- the
brines are incomparable from
the magnificent church-- an
|uei to the many hist
and religious sites which have
made Jerusalem the (
ish hope and thought for
cnturies. If I w u i --
appointed with the scer.^ at the
Western Wall, it maj ..
thai I had hoped f^r rare thin
the camera-happy tourists al-
I I T
ism. bjt it f'-lt tike II
IT WAS at the Military (
etery and at Tad Vaahi m
;...'. Uv -.x mil
stark modem landscape design
that one felt
the '' al Imp I
the Jewi .
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new ai
Hi singled -> .t
boy for q testi n-
ii it his knowledge >l -
"] jiin'l dare to
knew what n Jew
.. bee mi is j -;- know, t
a question we ourselves d m'\
x i '.. kn answer to."
he -
H-i he ever heard the name
: M ps s" N .. Kir.=; David. King
Solomon? No. Do vou know any
name in Jewish history? He
.an: for d while '.-d th"n he
U L M She Dayan." Peres
irted.
if ot'R own AmeHcan Jew-
. teaching of the Holocaust
weak .f the children turned out
s sen k>1s knoAv
sb-ct the;r J*v>h buri-
es : .. matter? Too
by EDWARD COHEN
got the !. -._
L'JA leaders that a!,
ii Israel'* turviva
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"T>i" i i ; iir
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is no I ind but Isa
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is no pues'ion ,n my m:'ri ,i.
Brown University rr.
-, ifessor says. Zionism pr."'
of the v^gpr and r\
nt of contWIporar^ '
s. One must vs -!*-
the miracle that Zionism
prsyimpl'shed in the renew i
Jewish lives, and the hnd.
Having said all I have in tl
threo articles on mv trir>. let
'ude with Rabbi N'eusr.^ -
c'osine phrase in his article n
' ,,"J',ism and tho Zionism Pr
lem: '
'But so far as Jews live
suffer, are born and die. r> : I
and doubt, raise children
w rry over them love I
workso far as Jews are
man, they reouir: Judaism.' h-
declared.
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MAHER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
TEL AVIV F>r the
runand that optimist
may mean no more than a few
months of meaningless tairL.-
the Soviet threat d Israel -
clearly the most dangerous prob-
lem to arise since World War
II. Basically, the simple military
factors arc far worse than those
in the Cuban missile crisis.
On the straight military side.
the pi m is. so frightening be-
..-. it .- uentially open-end-
ed To see what this means, you
I inly suppose that the canal-
c wing :s attempted, for whi
Soviets now actively pre-
paring the Egyptians.
THF. SOVIET general staff
possibly contemplate putting the
Egyptian tanks and infantry
across the Suez Canal without
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giving th- Egyptians the ad--.
lir su[iremacy-- The bo k
t lys that in a tank bat'.'.
th> desert the side havinr
i i] remacy is botind to win
t planners unqitestior.
- leva the book.
That means a batt'.e in S
between the Israeli ar.d !
tian armored forces But t
will also have to be large mi n-
K-rs of Russian-fkywTi pi
overhead to give tho Bgy| I
tanks the help that t.o. bo>k

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Page 5-A.
JISF Banquet To
Be Held Sunday

Sam Kusnetz, a World War vet-
in who ... in the Jewish
Vctcrjh's movement aiMjLalso
o of t'j'e J.wish National Funds
st : cj ye wdrki ps, and hjs wife,
se, win be flu honored R'losts
i.i tli. Jewish National Fund din-
Mi?, and MRS. SAM KUSHtTZ
National Fund, the publicity-shy
couple arc acn\v..in the Bnui
Hr.th.
Lord Barnett .Tanner, senior
member of t!io British ParParrient.
will bo the cue?t speaker at Sun-
day's gala event. Cantor Sholom
Katz. of Washington. D.C. widely-
known for his enr.torial and liturg-
ical son-- will be the guct artist.
The planning eomralttoe In charge
of Hi. event include! Mr, and .Mrs
Max Affaehiner, Benjamin Appel,
>'"> Andre .- Blalolenkl, MoitIh
lien.k. I emer Bigelmon, Mri Eva
Blum, Mr- I.I.. Bookapan, Cantor
Saul Bn. h, I.. Buda, h vine Cohen
Joaeph H Cohen, Ted Cohen, Mra
Beulah I lax is. Mrs. Sally I >. i mi r
Mrs. Bertha Davidson, Harry l-vi.l-
in ., Bhmuel Kerahko, Jack Plloaol
Bam Finer Id, Abraham Frnldlln,
Mayvhle t-'rledherg Mm Robert Oar-
ber, A, in m m, Abi *1 im l Irunhut,
Mr >".! Mr* .N: ,s llei lit, Mr and
Mi- Pi I. r lb II. r I- i ic Jai obowita,
Milton Kahn and Sum Kagan
AIo Bernard Kats, Bam Kopklnd,
Mi.-.. Louia Luatlg. Mra, Abraham
M.i < 11, Hern..... Medow, Emanuel
Mentt, Morrla Mlnov, Sam Pa.......
living Pietraek, Mm Miriam Pre**,
Rappaport, i> I r.- Rlffkln, Harry
Rosen, Julius Rnaenateln, Mrs. Prleda
Sack, l..u Samui 1*-. Irving 8< hatsman,
William .1. BcbUMl, Mr.-. Malka
Shklalr, Meyer Biegel, Ben Sliver,
Bernard Silver, Mr. and Mra. J. Z.
Sia.Ilan. Sim. i T- '. nl.aum. Mrs AMIS
Warren, Mra Ida Weroel, Cantor Mor-
dacal Yard. nil. M..ms Ytldewltl ami
Dr, and Mr-. Ilaer Zuckerbraun.
Attorney Byron Spar ber
r,
Completes Seminar Tour
BVKOH I. SPARK*
i to beheld a.t the Fontainebleau
Hotel SUhday evening.
Although they are new resi-
i nVs of MiarnI IVaeh the Kus-
;/' li-t oi contributions in the1
GrettteV Miami area reads like an
nor roll. One of their recent
thieverhenta was the presentation
:' a completely eo,tiippel ambu-
ice to the Red Mogan David in
Israel.
!iesides wooing for th.> Jewish
Camp Reunion At fcY'
Bob Schachter, director of Camp
Barney Meiintz. Atlanta, Ga was
to be at the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami Thursday, to hold a re-
cruit ment and reunion day for
campers tram the Miami area. In-
dividual interviews are scheduled
from 2 to 5 p.m.; the genera! camp
reunion will be hv'.d from
to 8 n m.
Rabbi Gorfinke! Invites
Students To 'Kum-zits'
Rabbi Joseph A. Qorfinki 1 of
Temple Both Moshc has invited
the e liege students of his con-
gregation and their friends to bis
home for a "Kum-zits," at 8 p.m.
Tut sday.
Rabbi Gorfinkel explained that
the word "Kum-sitz" comes from
the Yiddish and means, literally.
"Come sit with me." It is an in-
formal gathering in a home where
ideas and thoughts and moods
may be shared on an intimate
basis and through conversation,
song, participants may really com-
municate their thoughts and feel-
ings, needs, anxieties, problems
and hopes.
Byron L. Sparber, Ksq., a v.-i-
lent of Miami, has just complete!
a national speaking tour for tin
Joint Department ol Continuing
F.ducation ol the American Society
of Chartered Life Underwriters,
American College .of Life Under
writers, attorneys and accountant)
in Akron. Ohio; Trenton. N.J., am
Baltimore, Md., Mr. Sparbt i
I. etured on the topic "Coipor.it
Planning for Professionals
'I'n nds and Guideposts."
Mr. Sparber. a member of the
Florida. Indiana and the District
ot Columbia Bar Associations, has
served as attorney-adviser to ti,
Tax Court ol the United State:
and as a member of the Executiv
!i mil, Tax S' ction ol the Flo
rida Bar. He is a member of tlv
Taxation, Estate and Gift Ta:
Committee, Real Proiierty ami
Probate ami Trust Law section it
hi American Bar Association,
Srrater Miami Tax Institute ; i
tin1 Estate Planning Council if
Southeast Florida. He has s. : I
is ditor of "Tax Law Notes" and
Florida Bar Journal." and .'.is
irticlcs have appeared in I te
Journal "I the American Socl
jf Chartered Life Undcrwrit
Pension and Welfare Nl ws."
The American College of .
Jnderwriters is a national ed i-
ional institution lor men and
omen studying for the (hart. I
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ion. The American S eiety f
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FOTje 6-A
Jmislincrldton
Friday. December 13 1970
/\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
I
NF.W-l'ORK In the running, it (Maiding buttle \ve5earry on
with the Adversary i r;>^ hjji vyhajj you vuH^i call luui that.l
score onoTor"him and one against him. The score against comes
with the freeing of James Cross, in Canada, after a Ion? ordeal
as helpless prisoner of Quebec separatist kidna|>ers. The score
for came with the unfeeling, lunatic refusal of Coast Guard
la t i _m\ asylum to a Lithuanian radio operator who
jumped from a Soviet fishing trawler to an American cutter.
T>> they even out? No, because the lunacies in l\'e crop up
stei than the happy endings. But they do suggest a wrong and
ivernments to behave in th ease of a man who
--

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ni \\ i;i sk COMMENTED the other dav th it the to-ran-
ir-not-to-ransom dilemma is a "crucifying" one for govern
ments. Cert ilnly ransom Is never a solution, but Rusk's grim dis-
- : of kidnap victims as expendable i This may be rough on a
few poop!.' I squeezes out what element of humanity may still
: -i in high places where they make the high and agonizing
.:> decisions.
Pierre Trudeau lost a provincial cabinet minister in the
scuffle, but by keeping the option of saving themselves open to
the kidnappers while he threw a military cordon around them.
he salvaged Cross' life and also established the no-nonsense firm-
ness of his regime.
It took some doing and some coolness of nerve as well as a
sense of humanity. I'd hate to have been in Trudeau's shoes.
almost as much as I should hate to be in Richard Nixon's if that
vaunted i mythical? i snatch ol Henry Kissinger ever came off.
ft ft ft
WHAT THE GLACIAL Coast Guard did in the case of the
R ttslan seaman was a shocker. The fact that three senior offi-
ci I- involved have been "relieved" of their posts cannot cancel
out what happened. If there could be a court-martial for general
all-around idiocy rather than merely for the infraction of rules.
it would be richly deserved here.
Consider the solitary man jumping with his desperate daring,
entrusting himself to American asylum, praying and begging not
returned. Then think of him after the cynical decision to
hand him back to his Russian masters beaten up and dragged
to his fate. He was a lone man, but what happened to him
electrified the world and shocked President Nixon, too.
can i it down to bureaucratic stupidity, and yet that
is too easy, There were no complex, technical or legal problems
resolved The Russians, of course, claimed he was a thief
and common criminal, but it is a stock argument against anyone
toehold of freedom from a tyrannical regime.
The Coast Guard officers need not have racked theii brains
i much about a decision. Simple humanity would dictate
ing him asylum, and simple humanity would have been
nough. There must have been fears that the Russians would
i rumpus about it. But since when have Americans allowed
t displeasure to cancel the obligation that binds human
to human being?
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THE WIDESPREAD SHOCK and recoil from the episode
go beyond the empathy we feel for a fellow human being in his
| light They awaken haunting memories from the past.
It is hard to think of the seaman, returned to his captors.
without thinking of the refugees who could find no nation to
them asylum from the Nazis, or without thinking of the
millions who died in the crematoria or of the dehumanized treat-
ment of people wherever it happens. That is the shadow falling
across our awareness of this one man's fate and its meaning.
President Nixon expressed his sense of outrage and ordered
an inquiry. There is always a question of how any President can
keep himself informed of second- and third-level decisions with-
out putting his finger into every administrative cooking pot.
Dwtght Eisenho.ver had his finger in too few, Lyndon Johnson
In too many.
But the real test of the human quality of an administrative
regime is not whether the President himself has a concern for
some instances of injustice and whether they reach him in time.
It is rather whether the concern about human beings about the
iless ami needy and deprived is a pervasive one and
whether it communicates itself through the whole administra-
: e structure, from the President down.
Thai depends clearly upon the President himself and his hi'.;h
-. who set the ethos of an administration. Mr. Nixon, amid
his sense of personal shock, might do well to ask himself how
thai ethos has been set.
Darsky To Head Mt. Sinai
Development Fund Drive
Fr
Julius Darsky has been named
general chairman of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center development
fund campaign* according to'an
announcemeni.'^njds oj Mount
Sinai Hospital president Samuel
Friedland.
"We are privileged to have a
man of Mr. Darsky's proven talent
and ability at the helm of our ef-
forts." said Mr. Friedland. "He is
certain to bring to our campaign
. the same dynamic leadership he
has demonstrated in so many oth-
er successful business and commun-
ity v entui i s."
A native of Ohio, where he still
maintains a home. Mr. Darsky
has been a part-time residenl for
the past nine years. Hi- business
nit rests as president of the Amer-
ican Beveragi Division of General
Cinema Corp. include the Pepsi-
Cola bottling franchise for the
j local area.
He is a past president of the
National Pepsi-Cola Bottler's and
Ohio State Bottlers' Associations
as well BS th" Rehabilitation Cen-
ter, Jewish Center, Jewish Wei-
i fare Fund, and Temple Israel in
I Akron, and is a member of the
National board of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Locally, Mr. Darsky serves on
the boards of Mount Sinai. Greater
! Miami Jewish Federation, and the
1 Standard Club. He serves as vice
chairman of the Founders of Mount
Sinai, and is a member of West-
view Country Club.
As chairman or the campaign
for construction of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center. Mr. Dar-
medicine cqutppi rt- with
cyclotron.
"The trustees ol Mot s
have show,-, much fores
vision in undertaking thi^
ment." MI'.i. Darsky s i.
am flattered to have
i i head the campaign. I
there is no more Impoi
signment in the Great,
community.
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"Achievement of this
center is a challenge to u-
one whose fulfillment v
dividends to every res
South Florida through th
cal talent, equipment, ai
ties that will become a
us."
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JULIUS DARSKY
Sky will direct the drive for Capital
funds to expand the existing 6 '-
! bed hospital in'o. the most com-
I plete health care, facility in the
South.
The center, much of which al-
I ready is In th.- construction phase,
i will include an eight-story medi-
cal research building, a paramedi-
cal education center to be operated
in cooperation with Miami-Dado
Junior College, expanded radial >gy
and emergency facilities, and a
compl Me department of nuclear
AJC Committee Reaffirms
Official 1967 Position
NEW YORK (JTA ThJ
American Jewish Comm
' affirmed its official p is i
religion and public educati m orig]
inally adopted in May. IV' 7 at 'ti
national executive counc: meett
ing in Houston.
The position states: "Maintenl
ance and furtherance
are responsibilities of the chur ha
the synagogue and the h |
of the public school. The i
facilities, funds and personnel tf,
our public schools must
used for religious purposes Pul y
funds may not l>e used fi id I i.
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STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
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anukah
Fesfiual
A Happy Chanukah Celebration
DEDICATED TO THE 22nd ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
Is there a better way to celebrate Chanukah themat the Israel Bonds Chanukah Festival at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall? Where else can you find such a feast of entertainment! Where
else could you so completely capture the joyful meaning of this holiday for the rebirth of
Israel ?
Proudly Presenting
THE WORLD PREMIER
"The Lire or
GOLDA MEIR"
IN DRAMA, MUSIC AND
INTERPRETIVE DANCE
The Celebrated
GOLAN SINGERS AND DANCERS
RALPH RENICK.
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NEHAMA LIFSCH1TZ
Star of Opera
BARNETT BREESK1N
Festival Orchestra
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL SUNDAY, DEC. 27 8 P.M.
PLEASE NOTE
Yfe invite you to join in the Chanukah Festivol through the purchase
of Israel Bonds. You can get free reserved tickets for the Festival
when you buy on Israel Bond.
Without a doubt, theChanokah Festivol ef 1970 will be the greatest
celebration for Israel in the history of our community. It will reflect
a growing, resolute Israel in the 22nd year of her statehood and the
bond which has been fashioned between Greoter Miami and an Israel
reborn.
To the men and women of Israel the Maccabees of our day and
to the friends of Israel in Miami and the world over, our best wishes
for a Happy Chanakah.
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
420 Lincoln Road Mall, Suite 2A Phone-531-6731
North Dade 947-9193


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Ambassador Efraim Evron
Chanukah 'Salute' Speaker
iel'i Ambassador to Canada.
I iim Evron, will be the guest of
r and principal speaker ai
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AMBASSADOX tfXAlM tVXOM
V.. Dec. 28 international "Chanu- I
kali Salute to Israel" at the Fon-|
taineMeau Hotel. Announcement i
o! Ambassador Evron's acceptance
made by Dr. Leon Kronish,
national board chairman of the
sponsoring American Israel His-
t rut Foundation.
The annual celebration, which
v... climax a series of Chanukah
vlties in behalf of the State of
]-: el by South Florida Jewry, al-
tnenta between Israel and the
\r.ih states, Mr. Evron joined the,
foreign office. He served as s -re-
tary to Prime Minister David Ben-
). t F i! eign Minister Moshe
- i md to Defense Minister
P nhas I.avon during the first dec-,
de ol Israel's independence.
Later, he was named to the key
: -i ol Hi ita I ut n pn senl itive
to North Americ i, which led t i his
) ."it. ,Irsi as envoy i i the
I States n I then as envoy
to Canada. During his visit to
ni Beach, Ambassador Evron
will confer with American, Latin
American "' C nadian leaders
of the Histadrul Foundation.
Edward Tumaroff. who serves
is executive din etor <>f the His-
tadrut Foundation in Florida, is
working closely with Norman J.
Kasser and Lou Poller. Southeast-
ern chairmen, in planning the an-
nual Mid-Winter Conference of
Histadrut Foundation, slated Feb.
15-17 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.

1
When the first organizational meeting of the
Southgate Towers leadership of the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation was held recently, Robert Ober
(center) accepted the responsibility as coordi-
nator and H. Jack Chasin, (standing second
from left) that of co-coordinator of the build-
ing's ennual CJA-IEF breakfast schedule.
for Sunday. Fob. 7. They are discussing plans
with both North and South building cochai:-
men. From left are (seated) Joe Budowsk-
Robert Ober, Ben Gold; (standing) Henry
Kramer, H. Jack Chasin, Dave Frank, Mau-
rice Weinstein, Emanuel Blum and Emanuel
Klein.
DR. SOL STEIN
6c ".ill feature a traditional latke
o ik' I party.
The celebration is open to the
.c at a nominal charge, but
i rvations are required. They
Di'V be made in person or by
t- phoning the Histadrut office.
Ol Lincoln Road Building.
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, ex-
ecutive vice president of the His-
i rut Foundation, also will par-
tic pate in the program. Changes '
ir. the 1970 Federal tax laws re-'
I ng to deferred giving will be
outlined by Dr. Stein, an interna-
ls ally-renowned economist.
Ambassador Evron assumed his
jy -; as his nation's chief envoy to
C nada after several years' s
ice as Israel's Minister Plenipoten-
I y to the United States. He
- <>d in Washington during the
i tical days before, during and
r the Six-Day War of June,
1! 7.
A graduate of the Hebrew I'ni-
\ -it\ of Jerusalem, Mr. Evron
tt a native of Haifa, Israel and
> is his I irs ,; ancestry back
fi ir generations. During World
W ir II. be served for five years
with the Brit sh Middle East forces
ir :.n artillery unit.
The experience he gained In the
rotting of Nazi and Italian forces
WPS utilized by the young army
ol Israel in the 1918-49 War of
Ir epemlence. He served in the
II Vlligence Corps during the 1 >ng-
thy battles for Jerusalem, and was
wounded in action.
lnmediately after the armistice

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Breeskin Producer Of
Pageant And Festival
The v orlrl prcmi'To of an origin-
a. [ a; t nut in drama, music and
rlancr. The Life of Gokla Meir."
BABNtTT BRttSKIN
will highlight the program of the
Chanukah Festival for Israel,
sponsored by the Israel Bond
Organization Sundav. Dec. 27. at
8:00 r m. in the Miami Beach
Convention Hall.
The ,;! mi and festival is be-
ing prrduced by Barnett Breeskin.
conductor of the Miami Beach
Symphony Orchestra, who is also
vvldrlv-known as a composer.
Ralph Reniek, well-known tele-
vision personality who is director
ard vice president of WTVJ, Ch. 4.
will be featured as narrator of the
pageant. Author and dramatic di-
rector is Patricia Minnaugh, of
The anthems will
! o !>>1 by Cantor Nico Keldman.
David C; mis. i is musical consult-
ant and the choreography is by
.''' ii Kenin.
Headlining the pn -ram will be
Ni hama Llfschil -. celebrated
operatic star who emigrated from
the Soviet I'nion to Israel last |
year and has been acclaimed
throughout the musical world for |
her interpretations of both opera
and folk songs.
Mr. Breeskin, new conductor of'
the Miami Beach Symphony Orch- ;
estra, was also music director and
conductor of its predecessor, the
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra. A '
violinist, he was a member of the
Columbia Broadcasting Orchestra !
and the Capital Theatre Orchestra
in Washington. D.C. He began
giving recitals and concerts in
such places as Steinway Hal'. Aeo-
lian Hall and Cainegie Hall in
New York at the age of 11.
Israel Bond purchasers of 1970
mav obtain information about
complimentary tickets at the Israel
Bond office. 420 Lincoln Rd..
Miami Beach.
Technion's President
Pays Surprise \isit
A surprise visit to Miami Beach. ;
Alexander Goldberg, the president ]
of the Technion-Israel Institute of
. ihm gy in Haifa, was the
guesl at a recent brunch in the J
Fonl iu Hotel, sponsored by
the Si th Florida Chapter of the
Ameri an Technion Society.
"I c uid not overlook the oppor-'
tunity to visit with the many.
fri, > supporters of the Tech-
ni in." said Mr. Goldberg in his re-
port or the many activities under-
way ii Israel's oldest and largest'
nechni ..1 university, which Is i
known as the M.I.T." of the Mid-
dle F.;.-t. "Israel's lifeline is its
techno ogical superiority which is
maintained in all fields of engi-
neerinG and the bulk of Israel's
trained engineers, scientists and
technicians come from Technion's
six thousand undergraduates and
graduhle student', "he declared.
"Israi I is also proud of her abil-
ity to < sport "brain power' to un-
derdevi .oped countries. Many na-
particulfrly the new na-
I ma h Africa, have been vitally
assisted by technological missions
from Israel. We have had, in ef-
fect a Peace Corps of our own.
for y<"ars," said Mr. Goldberg. "Its
assistance hai been of immense
benefit t.> the countries in which
th"y h ive worked."
Mr. G ildbert to'.d of Technion's
absorption of the Abba Khoushy
Medical School which will bring
immense benefits in the fields or
Bio-Medical Engineering, particu-
larly in prosthetic appliances. Re-
search is curvitlv underway on a
simple and inexpensive device
which may provide sufferers from
renal diseases the relief now af-
forded to them by dialysis therapy,
which is extremely costly and
often unavailable except in large
cities.
(A Jan. 10 Symposium on Urban
problems is being planned in con-
junction with the University of
Miami, with exoerts in that field
from both the I'-M and the Tech-
nion, participating, it has been
announced. I
Many community leaders and
members of the South Florida
chapter were present at the Sun-
day morning brunch, which was
coordinated by Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
and Jacob Rifkin, Chapter
president.
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Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami proudly congratulates the
guests of honor.
Guests of Honor

Civic Minded dedicated
leaders, workers and
supporters of JNF and
Israel the
State and its people.
.
SAMUEL and ROSE KUSNETZ
Guest Speaker
Lord Barnett Janner, senior member of the British Parliament.
Guest Artist
Leading international Golden
Voice of Cantorial and
Liturgical Music
CANTOR SHALOM KATZ
Attend The
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20th at 6:30 P.M.
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Telephone 538-6464 420 Lincoln Road
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Mayor Jay Dermer
President
Dr. Irving Lehrman
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Friday, December 18. 1970
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Quiz Box
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Tsr. w nw-1----------ti-----rr-" Bj KABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Dreams Mold Reality
Rabbi Kingtiey
Bn RABBI RALPH P.
EUNQSLEV
Temple Sin:ii. North Dude
When Joseph's brothers sought
disparage him. they did so with
"Hate omes that
d r e a m e r.'-1
Th< fact of the
Iter is. that
the "dreamer"
has always boon
araged by
western iciety.
Pimple tend to
sstrust him for.
h- deals with
non material,'
substance which
one cannot see.
or touch, or even
feel. He makes
i somewhat uncomfortable. His.
~s is on tomorrow, and not to-
iy, and that demands something
ire "f us. than we are somehow
willing to give.
We laugh at our Robert Fultons
their follies.'" We snicker at |
ir idealistic, young people andj
lr visions of a more perfect |
norrow. "Unrealistic" we say.
>l realizing that the dream must j
unrealistic. That is its very)
iture. Were it reality, it would'
i dream.
Yet, the fact of the matter is
it dreams have, throughout his-;
i iry, molded reality. Moses him-!
If, was impelled by the dream |
i ius; society, based on a uni-j
versa] law for all men. Isaiah
mod of a world without war
which nations would 'beat their;
swords into ploughshares, their |
spears into pruning hooks." Andi
n course, Theodo-e Herzl. was'
. cused ff being insane when he.
"ivisionod the establishment of a
Jewish State, in 1897.
How sage his remarks."If you i
Hall, it is no dream." The dream j
> c power. It moves men. It molds,
nd shanes reality, long after the ;
. earner himself is no more.
May we never be like the broth-
ers of Joseph who scoffed at his '
dreams, but miy we be among
those who permit our dreams and
visions of a better tomorrow, to
affect the lives we lead today.
Jr. High Classes
Forego Party For
Service Project
This holiday of Chanukah "ill
be specially meaningful for the
junior high school classes of Beth
Torah Congregation's Harold Wolk
>us school. They will forego
the usual Chanukah parties in
favor of social service projects for
individuals and agencies through-
out the community. Abraham J
Gittetson, educational director of
the school, reported.
Each class will visit individuals
at old age homes, orphanages, hos-
pitals and schools for exceptional
children, providing gifts, programs,
songs, parties and Chanukah spirit
to such institutions as the Jewish
Home for the Aged, the Hebrew i
Home for the Aged. Hope School, |
Royal Gardens Nursing Home, Chai i
Nursing Home. Sunland Training |
Center and the Parkway Home.
for children. i
Teachers who will bo partfeipat-l
ing in the program are David Weil..
Richard Corseri. Barry Rosen-
bluth, Roslyn 2. Seidel. Hannah
Izhack. Wilma Goldsmith. Lillian
Steinfink. Joan Bergman and Dr.,
Joseph Leibcnson.
The religious school, ir. addi-,
tion to participating in the Ship-
A-Box program of the national t
council of Jewish Women, has pro-
vided toys and presents to the
community of Mo-Ami. the sister i
city of Miami in Israel, under the
leadership of Wilma Goldsmith. J
Inspired by a first-hand report
on Me-Ami in one of the news-
napers. the students of the 4-B
class collected three full cartons
of gifts for the children who re-
side there.
Why does Jewish tradition
prohibit tiixkinc use of the Chan-
ukah candle* when they are lit?
This restriction would d:>t;n-
guish the Chanukah candles from
ordinary candles. This is especi-
ally important because, unlike ord-
inary candles which are lit to offer
light that we can use, Chanukah
candles are lit expressly for the i
h ment to commemorate the miracie
of old and to bring this miracle to
the attention of all. If these can- j
dies, when they are being lit. are
used for light, they would not be
distinctive and thus the signiii-
cance of lighting them would be
lost.
Why is it a custom for Jewish
women to refrain trom doing
any work in the house while the
candle* are still burning?
The holiday in general assumes
distinction either by special pray-
ers or the prohibition from work
This distinction must be witnessed
by both men and women. Th? men
observe the distinction of the
Chanukah Festival by reciting the
Hallel Psalms in the course of the;
worship service every morning of
Chanukah in the synagogue.
Since women are excused from*
the formal aspect of prayer, thej
are not duty bound to recite thej
Psalms every morning. Their mode
of distinction is thus exercised by.
refraining from doing any house-
hold work during the time when
the Chanukah lights are tviniine..
This abstention serves to impress
'he family that there is a holiday
atmosphere prevalent in the hoir.
Men could not be asked to re-1
frain from work since they must I
be responsible for earning a liveli- j '----------------------'------------------
hood for the family. Some writers
(Match Moshe, 994i feel that pro-1 Optometrists Conference
hibiting the women from doing j
any work while the candles are i
i
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayaishev
-
"And J icob dwelt in the land of his lather's sojournings .
(Chapters 37-40.)
JOSEPH AND KIS BROTHERS Jacob's youngest son
was Joseph, the son of his old age. and he made him a coat of
colors, in those days worn only by men of distinction. His
brothers' jealousy w .s aroused and increased when Joseph re-
counted two dreams. In the first, his brothers' shoaees-bow.-i
down to his sheaf standing upright in their midst. In the second,
the sun, moon and eleven stars bowed down to him. The implica-
tions were that all the members of his family would become sul>-
ordinatc to him and although his father rebuked him, he notel
the significance of the dreams, While the brothers were tending
the flock in Dothan. a place near Shechem, Jacob sent Joseph
to see how they were faring. The brothers seeing him in the dis-
tance, conspired to kill him, throw his body into a pit and then
declare that he had l>ecr, eaten by a wild beast. Reuben inter-
vened and persuaded the others to cast Joseph into the pit alive,
with the intention of saving him when the others had departed.
When Joseph reached them, they stripped him of his coat of
many colors and threw him into the pit. A caravan of Ishmael-
ites bringing spices from Gilead to Egypt was seen in the dis-
tance, and the idea occurred to Judah that they sell Joseph into
slavery rather than be responsible for his death.
JOSEPH IN PRISON Potiphar, highlv satisfied with
Joseph's service, appointed him overseer of his household. Joseph
rejected the advances of Potiphar's wife, who thereupon accused
him of an outrage. He was thrown into prison. Init soon won
favour with the governor and was put in charge of the other
prisoners. Two royal officers, the chief butler and the chief baker,
had offended the King and were in custody |>onding their trial.
Both had a dream which Joseph Interpreted as forewarninga oi
the fate which awaited them. The chief hutlor's dream that he
pressed grapes growing on a three'branched vine into Pharoah's
cup meant that he would be restored to his office in three days.
Joseph requested the butler t<- intercede for him before Pharoah
and secure his release from prison. The baker's dream of birds
pecking bread from the uppermost of three baskets he carried
on his head meant, said Joseph, that he would hang within three
days. The interpretations were realized as Joseph bad foretold,
but the chief butler forgot Joseph,
recording to Dr. Frederick I'.
Baublitz. chairman of the Acad-
More than 1,000 members ol the j emy's papers and program com-
commemoration of the miracle of i emy's recent 50th national con-, read to the membership during
old. ference In the DeatlviHe Hotel, the Ac id-mvs sessions.

' rCeltatoHS *^
ld
ervices
MIAMI
A H V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodo
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EWES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Contervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabb*
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. ?6?6 SW 3rd Ave.
Contervative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W Lip i m Bermnn
Mi'iii-l Amfi wrj Organise
i Defi .- r ti M n\ ,'. I;.
f Ml : 'I Mm Milt..!,
iii Bal Mltsvah
Mr. and II aui
i
EL 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. 6
Er-H p". 101 SW 12th Ave.
Traditional Rabbi Ma*
Shaniro. Cnntor Ben Dickgon
V-ill.i.v i ti in Bermnn: "Joint
.-.. v..... \ i ini rasl !'" Followed
1... i ni. u Bl ibbal in honor of Mr.
h: a Mr. Harry flirt relenrmtlng
it --ir ii..la.-ii \\",-*i.iinsr Annlvirwry.
.V lunl;> t'> ;' ID S* iltloli: "To
|i..-ll lit Safety." 4 i". p.m. Portion
of Law. 4:4.". p.m. Sermon: "A Secure
Refua<
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Contervative Rabbi Simon
Aoril. Cantor Seymour Hinkes P
Friday 8:15 Quasi speaker Mr. Ira
i.nhtir Topic: -The Pas) and Pre-
sent of Judaism." Followed by Ones
Shalibal honoring new member*
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E.
4th Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein IS
ZION (TEMPLE). &O00 Miller Rd
Contervative, Rabbi Norman '4 Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
! Friday t:S0 p m. ">KT Babbath with
I sweats from Kendall and Southwest
fhaplers. Saturday 9 a.m. and 4:4a*
p.m. Itar Mltzvah: Jeff .son of Mr,
and Mr>. Marvin Baron ,
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Raubi Joseph R Narot. 10
1 Friday 1:15 p.m. Cpjor film of Israel
i y..mi iii.- Mirage."
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Contervative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschennaum 35
Friday 8:15 p.m Pre-Chanukah Fami-
ly Service Sermon: "Chanukah i-
xiit ilo- Jewish Christmas."
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Contervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin
Friday
Cantor Nathan Parnaes. 11
Friday 5 IS p m anil 8:15 |i iil Set
I inoii: "The I'nflnlshed .!< l> K:itut
. day a K ; m Portion of the I- k
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OR OLOM (lempie) S'oS SW. 16th
St. Contervative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Friday >" p.m. and S:twi p m. Satur-
daj 1:30 am liar Mltavah: Robert
Bteven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Cohen: Baa Mltivah: Brenda, daught-
| er of .Mr and Mrs Harry Staub. 5:15
j p.m. eerTluee Bunday services 8 a.m.
! TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M.ami
Ave. Cortervative. Cantor March-
' bein-Marbiny 14
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rdaobinicai U el*
evision
r.
rocjram*
Jsjk 20- Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Kugene Labovitz -Temple Ner Tamid
f>e*\ >0 C"h. 7, 10 am. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Ch:inukah History and Rituals"
Host: EUbbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth Am
Guests: Miss Harriet PotlocU and Troubadors
Dee. 2(1 Hi. 4, S:.') a.m. The First Estate -
Topic: "Religion in Rock Music
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
*. amnn asiim najm
H., i.ii.l...*.. i -.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDA.TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ittac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Ortdox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
akjt Cantor Maurice Mamchet. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh ?0
Friday Sermon: "Things W-- Take
For \g\ranted" Saturday Sermon;
i "Dwelling in Peace "
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chate Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantor David Conviter 21
Friday 7:45 p.m Quest: Rabbi Harry
| Jolt. Sermon: -\ Gem-ration lit Search
I What Arc \V. Looking For?"
Saturday morning*, liar Mltsvah: .Tef-
j (rev. son of Dr. and Mrs Kll (ialllz:
Jonathan, son of Dr. ami Mrs. Mas
Sporn.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. rtacKuv-
aky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roxencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TKM%LE). 1701 Wath-
inatoo Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday ". p.m. and s:3 p m. Sermon:
"The woman's 1 ll> Movement ThroUKh
A Hiibi.is Byes
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
G'n 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben- Mill-i 25-A
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
HISiw SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLEI 820 75th St
Contervative. Rebbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nno Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Contervative.
Rabbi tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phincat Weber,
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Colons Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
Friday 8 p in Saturday 9 n m
NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Villane. Contervative
Cantor Carl Bender 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlmtkv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Contervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Contervative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkee. 17
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. as.
Friday 5:ift p.m Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
ttv-ii: "BriUi}i't{ The Generation dap."
Mitu-b& 5 p.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL Pf. GREATER
MIAMI. 940 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Poruth. 38
COtAl*SAKIS
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipeer 40
Friday 8:1". p.m. .Servii-e* fplloncl by
Monthly Bible discussion,
ZAMORA (TEMPLeT~44 Zamor. Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am
- '" p.m. Mincha. Sunday 7 p.m
candle Imliin.u sarvlce
FT. UUDCRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANC-EL. 3245 W. Oakland *ertt
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur i. Ab-
rama. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
FOMfANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 8E 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. akop
Cantor Ernett Schreiber 4
SURfSlOE
MOGAN DAVID CONCREGAT.ON.
9293 Harding Ave., Surft.ds. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Itaac D Vine.
H/.tlANDAlE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOllTWOOO
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa -41
Fridnj S 15 p tn Sermon: "Chanuknl
and Christmns Cpmnara Nole*
Saturday II un Mar Mluvah
s.-ii of 1-.111111 and Mr* Bnritiue Fi
er; Ki nnetl son ol Mi
Alan Sandier
BETH SHALOM tTEMPLfV 17.'S
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsk/. Cantot ..vir.g
Gold. a
SINAI (TEMPLEl 1201 Jhr Contervative. Rabbi David Srapir>.
Cantor Yehudah Hoilbraun. 7
RtMAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLEl 6920 S.W. 3nh a
Contervative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wtno-
grad. Cantor Abraham Kotter. 44
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 61CT
N.W. 9th St.
CANDLELIGHTINGJIMI
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Temple Zamora
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Jewish Vocational Service
Names Eugene Greenspan
Shaw Named Cochairman Of
Eugene Greenspan's appoint-
in. nt as executive director of the
Jewish Vocational Service, has
Mr. Greenspan is a member of
the American Psychological As-
sociation, the American Personnel
and Guidance Association and the
.National Rehabilitation Associa-
tion, and has pivsi nted several
papers,,on..vocational and rehabili-
tation subjects at professional con-
ferences. He has served as presi-
dent of the Detroit Rehabilitation
Association nnd as a board mem-
ber of the Michigan Rehabilita-
tion Association and the Michigan
Division ol the American Rehabili-
tation and Counselling Association.
Mr. Greenspan, his wife, Betty,
and their three children now are
making their home in the Greater
Miami community.
f UGtNt GREENSPAN
been announced by Stuart Roth-
child, president of the J.V'.S. a
beneficiary agency of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Dade County.
Mr. Greenspan's responsibilities
will include the administration and
supervision of such programs as
the rehabilitation workshop, job
placement services, educational.
vocational and career guidance,
psychological and tost lug services
and special research projects for
various agencies, Mr. Rothchild
lxportcd.
Mr. Greenspan, former assistant
, v cutive director of the Detroit
Jewish Vocational Service, has
served community vocational
ties" '.;s vocational counselor.
s ijiervftor and director of shelter-
ed workshop operations, A gradu-
ate of Rutgers University, he holds
a Master'? degree in Vocational
Ll on.,n siry. and has also completed L'l'adu-
ate work at the University of Min-
nesota and Michigan State I ni-
si isity.
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A holiday gala performance of
Tchaikovsky's classic fairy tale
I ballet, "The Nutcracker," will be
pit scnted by tiv PO-membor Im-
perial Ballet Company of Fort
Latiderdale ;it 8:15 p.m. Saturday
in Miami Beach Auditorium.
The special ballet program is
sponsored by the Miami Beach
i Music and Arts Lo isnie, in coop-
eration with tile Imperial Ballet
; and tin- Atlantic Foundation for
the 1*. rforming Arts.
Fxcorpts from the first act. The
] Party Scene, and the complete
! second act, I.nnd of Sweets, will
be presented. Choreography is by
I R. Davis and Ruth Petrinovic. the
latter the director of the Impi rial
i Ballet Company.
Appearing in starring roles are
Dale Meyer, 16-year-old daughter
.it Miami Beach publicist Hank
Meyer an.i Mrs. Meyer, Kay Pres-
ton, Guillermo Gonzalez and Mi-
chael Newton Gonzalez and New-
ton will appear courtesy of tiv
Harkness H for Ballet Arts
in New York. Dancing the title
if Clara is Karon Ton \.
Gu< -' acfm D ug Kahle. Nar-
. rat '1- ;- Jay Wo td.
l iture l Ovcnden, Bonn'.e Ellis, Janis Har-
ris, Amy Klrkpitrlck, Marsha Ro-
aenthal, Shelly Spurlock, William
Pizzuto and Kurt Putzlg.
Academy Scholarship Event
Herman I.. Shaw, nationally
prominent philanthropist and civic
and communal leader. ha8 been
named cochairman of the 83rd an-
nual scholarship dinner' A veti ran of Canadian ai '.
I British military service. Mr. Shaw
saw action in World War I. He
[ and his wife. Sarah, are the pa -
nls of sons Graham and Robe
brew ..V-a.K'nu- .<.Givat.:i; Mianji. ...p,um(|(1(, gg v,,.s ;|W ^.h an
Louis Menv.t/.er. president <,f the inirollmcnt ((f onlv six ,tudents,
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
cf the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service and executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami,
has been invited to deliver the
invocation at Sunday's Miami
Dolphins-Buffalo Bills foclball
aame, at 1 p.m. in the Oranae
Bcwl. Rabbi Schiff's 13-year-old
son, Elliot, was one of 30 per-
sons who subnvlted the name
'Do'phins" in the conte?t held
to select c name for the team.
Ezer Weizman Elected
TEL AVIV (WNSl EzerWeiz-j
man, former Transport Minister
and former commander cf the
l-r Air Force, has been elected
chairman of Ihc I! 'rut Executive
the number two pa ty i> ist. YVelz-
;v, n v nominated by party
r Menach m Beigin, is a
brother-in-law of Defense Minis-
ter Moshe P iv in.
school, has announced.
Working with Leonard Rosen,
general chairman of the dinner,
Mr. Shaw will help plan and co-
ordinate the gala event honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Hen I. Binder, found-
ers and pioneer supporters of the
Hebrew Academy, which will In-
field Sunday evening, Jan. 10 at tin
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach.
Well known nationally for his
endeavors on behalf of the State ol
Israel, Mr. Shaw, a recipient of the
Jerusalem Tower of David Award
of the Israel Bond Organization, is
president of Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach, and is chairman ol
the executive committee of the
Hebrew Academy, and has nlsii
served as a director of the Bran-
dt is Club of Miami.
A director of the Jewish Memori-
al Hospital in Roxbury, Mass.. and
of the Maimonides School in
Brookline, Mass.. in-fore moving to
this area, he is a :\'2mi degree Ma-
son and a Shrincr and a member of
the board of directors of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
the Hebrew Academy now serv -
more than 800 boys and girlfl
trades ranging from kindergart
through Junior hi^h school. It '-
t. is a complete program of genet .
studies and Hebrew subjects in its
campus at LMOO Pine Tree l> ..
Miami Hi aeh.
Jewish Community Small
But Active In Yugoslavia
.IKIU'SAI.KM I WNSl 1
Jewish community of Yugosl
which numbers onlj 6 out >;
I ./ill-Hi )!' 20 million. i< all'
ivlth a multitude of communi')
activities and institutions i I
maintains close ties with Isr si
and with Jewish communities ol I
and Eastern Europe, according
an article in the Jewish Journ -
Ist's Bulletin.
The Bulletin said many Yui >-
Slav Jewish youths visited KiV
butzlm during the summer and i -
small Jewish community "voic 5
its opinion whenever any air -
Jewish remark is made in the
Yugoslav papers on the Arab-Is-
rael conflict."
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Temple Judea To
Observe Holiday
-v n:h'y li I -
will be
worh.p services ai Temple Judea
Coral Gat FrMaj
Ralr Morris A. Kipper arill eon-
. I Um r..<-- the Bible
s.,n.
Ray Bern u
has
anr irnt (he
hold Chanukati pro-
r -.nd !atke pa:- ; a)!
from
th:. Ui grade Saturday. Ail

r :~:.a -a- ': ne.
Or M mday I
In a
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t. 5isi ki-
ng the 1 t and
nls.
op
C ontinu< d From Page 1-A
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".bs.
After that, what a the
iwer -
le to calculate. But at
rorc-going ought to sug-
the very ugly m'-aning of
-. phrase "open-ended."
THK OSAND objective must
bo to prevent this
cm getting stai t-
ed r'"- If atarted in deadly
meat, it can hardly be stop-
pi perhaps by a Soviet-
:. confrontat on that will
maki the Cuban rn -- le crisis
ike a children's i : rty
one en-
c >unl t what can ly v-
ti miasma, pieces In the- puzzie.
; ure. the
f missing the fault
of the 1 Thei an be no
lion
i I A
: nil But thre
. -
This meat -
tort on Israel's fu-
teed fron-
Th- near-lui
'
: eement inordinately diffi-
TIIF. OTHF.R n
: Ictly the '.: It of the
ricans, however. In or'ler to
del r the dm adf ad* ntu
ring.
ingtoi h i
needed to be I isly in
To pur it bluntly, we
i the necessary sti ps
i i ke a Soviet-supported at-
I upon Israel seem too i
to ui
That means doing a good many
things that a great many people
at home will heartily dislike.
What these things are an reasons for doing them, in Amer-
ica., own interests, will be ex-
amined in a final report on this
lifc-ar.d-death matter.
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it HOW mt Om
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US IVi< NO'M Ol OUI'SIBIAV o/.t
BROS AMD
Soviets Cancel Ballet's U.S. Tour To Prevent Defections
WASHINGTON ..H'
r r.t's cancellation
of a Ui ; Ral! '
and opera troupe
for May ii id h re as an
excuse to avert p lefec-
tions by S t artists.
Th. So
llation was caused
by tot tfons of Zionist -x-
tremists who threatened the
pei rial fetj c|ti-
z,.n. but rver com-
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Going over plans for their building's participation in the
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, axe Matthew Hartston, (leftj chairman of the Belle
Plaza Apartments, and Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Belle
Towers Apartments. Announcement of their appointment
was made by Joseph H. Kanter, chairman of the 1971 CJA-
IEF campaign.
Students Allocate Funds Contributed i
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Contributions totalling S2.500
ranging from support of a break-
fast program tor underprivilegi
' children at n. arby Bu na Vista
. ntary Sen .o! in Miami to
the Leo Bai I k High School in Is-
rael -w. re i : this k by
the Keren Ami Council of Ten;, i
Israel of Greater Miami.
Tne 1970 riori of the .
9<>0 children :n the Religious
ol i pn rtconl I.
i rnajoi benefi art s.
i App< al-Is-
.-.<;. Fun I, which was
1 granted $900, topped a list which
includi I th< iti d Fund,
UNICEF, Lend-A-Hand Camp
Fund. Jewish National Furl. Jew-
ish Peace F< I owship and the Re-
form Jewish Appeal.
Allocations are made by the
Keren Council, made up of repres-
entative students from the fifth ,
through high shcool grades, fol-
lowing researcn anil presentations
jf each of the agencies and institu-
tions considered during the year.
Chanukah Music Festival
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will ha\- a Chanukah Mu-
sic Festival, S Dec. 26. at
8 p.m., in the auditorium of the
Washing! m F< ler d, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Inc'.u : d will be enter-
tainmei I a ng- >ng and live
music for dancing.
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vJewlsti fhridliatr
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Educator-Scientist Named
By L-M School Of Medicine
An internationally known edu-
c itor and research scientist, Prof.
Werner R. Loewenstein, has been
named professor and chairman of
the Department of Physiology at
the University of Miami School of
Medicine, Dr. Emanu M. Papper.
Young Brother 'Magicians'
Entertain Migrant Children
Herbert and Kenneth Kargi r,
(he 11 and 12 year o'd sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Gnnther Kargcr, 14950
' SW 86th Av<\. entertained a group
f 35 migrant children recently
with th( ir card tricks, disappear-
ing scarves and magic-wand stunts
Moshe Dayan Reports To
Cabinet On U. S. Tour
as instructor and assistant Pro-
fessor of Physiology at the Uni-
versity of Chile, 1951-53; Fellow
in Residence, Wilmer Institute, I
John Hopkins University 1953-54-' at orphanages, children s homes.
research zoologist. University ofiand ,ho s"mmer denies held for
California. Los Angeles 1954-55; underprivileged children.
Kenny, students at
and ho-ie to put < n similar shows
homes.
held for
vice president tor medical affairs .and associate Professor of Phys- &Hrrhie and Ke
and d, an of the school, has an-1 iology at the University of Chile. ,R. Fl mr
nounccd. Prot. Loewnstein's ap-1 1055-57. Ke joined the faculty at -R,rf F1<
tVimtn.im4 .. P I* fT ._:___ _.. t n a amIliu] -nM .,.nr
pomtment will be effective on or
about July 1. 1971.
In his studies of living orga- wciate Professor in 1959. and Pro-
nlsms. Prof. Loewenstein concert- 'essor of both the Faculty of
(rated on t\v nervous system and Medicine and the Faculty of Pure
his research led to the publication Sciences in 1986.
of mo|i than 100 entiflc papers Prof. Loewenstein i-- a U.S.
mentarv School, re-
****** -. 0
Columbia as assistant Professor of;crlved srna" "'"^ ki,s as a K'ft
Phys;ology in 1957. became an as- from their father some eight years
ago, starting them on their "ca-
reers" as entertainers. Their fa-
ther, an Eastern Airlir.es project
engineer, was voted one of the
on tne mechanisms of nerve im
ilse product m in '. energy con-
i ii at sens >r< n >rve end ngs;
1 uron iscular synaptic transmis-
.n the n t\ hi; system; ex-
ell itics of th lls, and t'te
bi iphy^ics of n rve cell membranes.
In more recent years he has
workefi on the physiology and blo-
cs of cellular membranes In
general. This work led him to the
discovery of -i \w. cl form of com-
municfition between cells of most
living tissue, with far-reaching
implications In the physiology of
growtl and differei tlation.
Prof. Loewenstein. who will come
t > Miami from Columbia Univer-
sity College of Physicians and
Surgeons, where he is professor of \
physiology, was bun in Spangen-
berg, Germany, in 1926. He ob-
t lined, both his Bachelor of Science
degree: in Physics and his Ph.D. in
Physiology at the University of
Chile. :He 'is editor-in-chief of the
"Journal of Membrane Biology,"
editor of "Biochimica et Biophy-
s:ca Acta," chief editor of "Hand-
book of Sensory Physiology." and
advisory editor of "Microbios" and
of "Cytobios."
Prof. Loewenstein is a member
of the advisory board (neurosci-
encei of the Alfred P. Sloan Foun-
dation: a member of the American
Physi"!ogicnl. Biophysics and Har-
vey Societies, a corporation mem-
ber of Woods Hole Marine Biologi-
cal Laboratory, and a fellow of the
New York Acad-'my of Science. He
was a Block lecturer at the Uni-
versity of Chicago in I960; lec-
turer at the Royal Swedish Acad-
emy of sciences in 1906;
Max-Planck lect""er at Tubingen.
Germany, in 1987: and a Ful-
bright Distinguished Professor in
Belgrade this war. He was a
Kellog Internationa' Fallow in
Physiology f"-om 1953-55 and a
Commonwealth Fund International
Travel Fellow in 1907.
After obtaining his Ph.D. in
1950, Professor Loewenstein served
it zee. He and his wife
parents of four children.
are the "Outstanding Young Men of Amer-
ica" in 1963.
Con't from Page 1-A
taped an interview on NBC-TV's
"Meet The Press." He surprised
newsmen on the TV pan?l by
denying the existence of a con-
rsial proposal for a mutual
engagement of Israeli and \
KmpUan military forces in the
Suez Canal TOrie as the basis for
a renegotiated cease-fire agree-
ment. The proposal, which has
leer, in the news for weeks, had
bet n attributed to him.
The D tense Minister claimed
he was not instrumental in the
Cabin, t's decision to drop i's de-
mand for rectification of Egyp-
tian missile vl >latl ms b a c n-
dit ion f r returning to the Jar-
ring talks. "We haven't dropped
it. but we have to face the facts
of life and come up with a sub-
stitute." he said. The substitute
he referred to was U.S. arms in
a large enough volume to cancel
out the Egyptian missile tlu'eat,
he ii.djcated.
Gen. Dayan. who was in the
United States piimarily to help
in the UJA fund-raising drive,
also di clan d that Israel would
i,; irn to the stalled Jarring
talks when the right conditions
prevail." Later he referred to
proper condlti ns," but would
n< t it the c inditions pre-
ri ; Iv.
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When Flagler Federal's new North Miami Beach branch
office officially opened its doors to the public recently, the
ceremony began with Dade County Mayor Steve Clark and
board chairman Paul H. Marks cutting the ribbon, which con-
sisted of pasted paper bills; as Alfred Browning Parker,
(right) its architect, who is also a founding director and senior
vice president of Flagler Federal, and its president, Nathan
Meltzer, watched. Flagler's branch, which has been operat-
ing for almost a year and a half from a mobile home on the
building site, will be open two nights a week and Saturday
mornings. Flagler Federal, the State's 21st largest savings
and loan association, has assets of $115,000,000. Its execu-
tive vice president is Herschel Rosenthal.
Con't. from Page l-A
crease in defense expenditures.
This year Israel's cash reserve,
he noted, is at the lowest level
since 1982.
"The war of attriticn has hat
a severe imp 'd on Israel's econ-
omy, setting it bark ten years,"
Joseph Meyerholf. I'JA honor-
ary general chairman, commen-
ted. "This illustrates the situa-
tion the people ot Israel face in
seeking to furnish BOOisI and ed-
ucational programs for the ab-
sorption and integration of new-
comers. Voluntary contributions
of American Jewry for these hu-
manitarian programs are more
vital than ever before."
Samuel L. Kaber, Joint Distri-
bution Committee executive vice
chairman, noted that in 1970
the JDC provided a variety of
rescii\ relief and rehabilitation
sir ices on behalf of some 315,-
i 0 needy Jews around the
world and in Israel.
Philip Soskis, executive direc-
tor of the New York Association
for New Americans. rei>orted
that the majority of the refugees
helped to settle in the Greater
New York area were from Po-
land. Some also came from other
Eastern European countries and
some from the Middle East.
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DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Eliahu Salpctcr
'
Mud Flats Transformed To Green Acres
BARMERS IN THE ARAVA VALLEY, which forms
' the southern border of Israel with Jordan, no
longer ride the ;. '.;- :n mud A but well-
maintained asphalt road leadi to
: Id. It is not for comfort's
pake: terrorists' mines are easily
.hidden in dirt n> ids. The stones
ntwtjyrii wore cleared, the fields
leveled where needed. sturdy
hedges planted to keep out the
an I blown by the winds and irri-
; .nun pi|v>s laid -now the land
is ready for cultivation.
But to make ah this economically worthwhile,
three Important steps had to be made by the Keren
Kay< met. First, their persistent water geologists
kept drilling in places where, according to classic
Ideas, there should not have been a drop of water
close to the surface. They found underground wells
rly good quality practically along the entire
. o! Arava. Combining the flow of two of
three such wells provides enough water for the
heavy irrigation needs of all the settlements in the
Arava. ,,
Second? thj?y began !> fegulate the -,Uort4fl-d
but stonrr?'floV of flood water. The Arava is a
"jdL. very fjat cleavage, a/id during the two or
three da\s of rains that occur each winter in the
Xcgev, flash floods rush toward the Arava. carving
a different gorge on the floor of the flat valley
each year. Now. at various sectors, dumped earth,
dikes and broad though shallow ditches were built to
provide a permanent, controlled channel for the
flood*. This, of course, made it possible to cultivate
thousands ol dunams of land up to the dikes and
ditches.
The soil which has thus become safe from
flash floods and available for cultivation is. in fact.
the best in the Arava. Centuries of annual ton
had deposited layers of loose soil which, with proper
fertilizing and irrigation, produces instant gardens.
Or. the coastal plain farmers get, for exOQjfc>le, 4-5
._tons of tomatoes to the dunam; in the Arava 12
tans per dunam are average, with pcak,,Jields of
15 tons also reported. And the fact that they .
...^tii ^.- vegetables can be grown only in
hothouses, not only in Europe hut even in central"
and northern Israel, ensures the Arava cucumbers.
tomatoes or melons top pries in Stockholm. Lon-
don and Amsterdam.
The settlements are still few and far between,
but the face ol the Arava is changing. Driving to
Kilat is no longer a hard journey through an empty
land. There now is a great deal of traffic on the
highway, including heavy trucks to and from the
port of EilaU
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. liebmon
The Politics Of Rescue
THOSE WHO HAVE BEAD 'While Six Million Die
by Alfred D Morse will find that The l'ollties of
FU-acue. by Henry L. Feingold (Rutgi .- University Press.
$12 ~ lolarly, mon dispassion-
iccount of the Roosevelt Administra-
tion and the Holocaust. An attempt to
del i te the United Si ites policy, or
lack of policy, and the vacillation of
F.D.R. and his advisors which began with
th< refugi e chaos of '38 and continued to
1945, Feingold attempts to explain the
political context in which America's re-
sponse to the Holocaust was conceived.
As an alternative to opening the doors of our coun-
try, places such a.s Alaska. Angola. Mindinao, and various
1 -.1 in American countries were considered. Let it not
be forgotten that the A.F.L.. the CIO. and many lib-
Isroel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
IF After the
The Game Of 'If
UfllAT MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED if a certain
Btp had been taken or not taken? It is a
game which we all in our personal lives, but
the wheel >f fortune spins in na-
tional and international affairs as
well. With respect to Israel, it is
r< i ly more than a game. Many
of these "il's" should provide a
basis for thought. f'r discussion
and for determination of future
policy.
What Would Have Happened .
Six-Day War. Israel had moved
promptly 10 annex Last Jerusalem, and all of the
occupied territories, including Sinai, Gaza. West
Bank and the Golan Heights?
IF King Abdullah of Jordan had not been assas-
sinated in 1951. but had lived to complete a treaty
with Israel, providing for peaceful co-existence and
cooperation between the two states?
IF -- The Arab policy had not dictated mass evac-
uation of Arabs from Israel in 1948?
IF Moshe Dayan had not lost an eye .
IF -- Menahem Beigin's party had come to power,
and he had become Prime Minister of Israel?
IF Immense oil fields had been found under the
soil of Israel?
IF Under courageous Orthodox leadership the
Sanhedrin had, in view of changed circumstances In
Jewish life, legislated sweeping modifications in the
interpretation of religious laws and rites?
IF U Thant had not ordered U.N. troops to aban-
don the cease-fire lines in 1967, but had used I'.N.
authority to challenge Nasser's aggressive threats?
IF France had remained a true and loyal friend
Of Israel? .
IF The very first Arab plane hi-jackers had been
clapped into jail for life for piracy in international
airways?
IF Nahum Goldmann had been allowed to meet
and negotiate with Nasser?
IF The Egyptians had from the beginning per-
mitted Israel flag ships to go through the Canal?
IF Russia had not halted immigration from that
country to Israel?
IF Golda Meyerson had remained a school teacher
in Milwaukee? .
IF 5,000 Jews from Miami h;ui gone to settle in
Israel since the establishment of the State?
:;:.. ''
erals of today raised vehement protests against per-
mit ting victims, even the 10.COO children, from finding
refuge in this land.
Dr. Feingold, an assistant professor of history, in
this learned and well-written treatise, whites "The res-
cue story is replete with examples of indifference, sabo-
tage of rescue initiative, and seeming compliance with
the goals of the Final Solution." Despite the friendship
of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and many other Jews with
F.D.R. lx-tween 1938 and 194:, Jews were miserable
failures in influencing of rescue ground rules "and that
failure proved catastrophic."
Those familiar with the prayer-book are familiar
with al tivteku ben divim," put not your trust in princes.
Too often Jews have deceived themselves that they had
the ear of a ruler because there were Jews in his Cabinet
or as close advisorsthe modern form of the court Jews
of earlier centuries. Samuel Roseman. Bernard Baruch.
Henry Morgenthau and many other Jews filled the role
of officials and intimates ol the Administration and con
fidants of F.D.R. Never did so many accomplish so little
for their co-religionists.
Feingold reports that Roosevelt's speech writer.
Samuel Roseman, "a prominent member of the American
Jewish Committee was no believer in mass resettle-
ment" and that he said, I do not believe that it is either
desirable or practicable to recommend any change in the
quota provision of our immigration laws." Other Jew <
were peripheral to Judaism. Morgenthau didn't begin to
take an active interest until 1943. The author believes
that if the Jewish advisors had spoken out forthrightly
70.009 Rumanian Jews and thousands of others could
have been saved
Feingold gives no single answer to the question: "Why
was the rescue of Jews given such a low priority and to
what extent were those opposed to rescue able to use the
argument of wartime exigencies a.s an excuse to do noth-
ing?" He states that "The priorities established by the
Roosevelt Administration were for national survival and
victory and the rescue ot the Jews would be considered
only if it could be accommodated to these priorities."
Even before we entered the war, the non-belligerent
U.S.A. had more rigid screening procedures for refugees
than Britain, who had been at war for almost two years.
Feingold blames Britain, who barred Palestine to the
Jews, Breckimidge Long ol the State Department, the
ItJpc for failing to speak out, the divisions within Ameri-
cW Jewry, the Machiavellian F.D.R.. and maybe even
the Lord for the ultimate failure to save the six million
and lets each reader choose his own answer.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT I SEGAL
What Really Matters
IN ykaus to COME, women who appraise the
struggle for equality realistically rather than
romantically will be thankful to Sen. Sam Erving
of North Carolina and Rep. Kman-
uel Celler of New York for hav-
ing the courage to stop the stam-
pede for passage of the proposed
Equal Rights Amendment. They
shall be thankful also to Profes-
sor Paul A. Freund of the Harv-
ard Law School and women labor
leaders like Mrs. Myra K. Wolf-
gang of Detroit whose testimony
in opi>osition to the proposal replaced much of the
heat with considerable light.
Paul Freund will be proved correct in has con-
tention that the equal protection clause of the 14th
Amendment, together with the commerce clause of
the Constitution and the equal employment oppor-
tunity section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act are all
the instrumentalities necessary for endingHiscrim-.
ination based on sex. Mrs. Wolfgang's warning that
passage of the amendment would negate hundreds
of laws protecting women at work undoubtedly will
also prove of great importance.
In the end. we shall come to see that the agita-
tion for the Amendment is of much more signifi-
cance than the Amendment per se. It is right and
proper for women to shake off the chains forged
against thein by seductive advertising claims, the
kidding by hard hats and other such, and man's
headstall In the marketplace. Once their anger has
poured out, women Will be in position to earn equal
pay for equal effort. New vocational avenues will
0|>en before them. And above all the old chib-
boleths and snares which have long blocked their
way to full realization of human potential will be
removed.
In all modern American discussions about mi-
norities, few realize that females are in actuality
the true majority. To their credit, they have eschew-
ed silence. But the rights they shall win through
irrefutable assertions, rather than uproar and
noise, will be what really matters in the end.
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anorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
An Electronic Cold Cure?
EKOM ISRAEL comes what ap-
pears to be a momentous
story but little attention has b
paid to it. It is
the story of an
lectronls cure
for c ilds.
The origin it-
ors of the cure.
[according to the
Jerusalem Past.
I are Dr. Mana-
hem Rem. of the
Rothschild Hospital and Dr. L'ldar
Schwartz of the Haifa Technion.
The two scientists, theorizing th.it
the human body is organized much
like a computer, base their cure on
Its "feed back" principle. They ex-
q eel to be in Washington to prc-
lent their findings at a medical
convention next summer.
It the story is true and Israel
can collect royalties on the inven-
i n, she should be able maybe to
the United States a loan, in-
Bti ad of trying to get one from
the Unite I States. Every day div-
ing the winter months, at least
500 million people are sneezing
and coughingin New York and
Chicago, and even Peking. This is
nothing to be sneezed at.
The scientists of the world for
centuries have sought a cure for
a cold They can combat pneu-
monia, but they have never been
able to really come up with any-
thing to tackle the common cold
The best they can do is to tell us
to take some aspirins, go to bed
iind rest and wait for the cold to
retire In its good time.
There are some who think that
a glass of Old Hennessy is the best
thing for a cold. (It doesn't cure
the cold, but it helps people to
bear up when they have one.i If
an electronic machine can be made
to cure a cold, perhaps one can
be made also which will give us
the Old Hennessy feeling generally.
Consider how many bottles would
be saved.



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Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 18, 1970
Section B
Tro-Israel Lobby' Blamed For
Ambassador Charles Yost's Ouster
WASHINGTON (JTA1 A
i-lsi iel lobby" has been al-
i b> two Washington col-
imrt its to have been instrumen-
i] :n tin ouster of Ambass i lor
"hp.-ios W. Yost as the chief
"nil i Stat n presentative t i
'.. l nit ; Nations.
ng to Rowland Evans
I i; ben Novak, Yost was the
it m of undercover intrigues
c '>-.- h was "insufficiently
pro-Israel" in U.N, backstage
maneuverings. The columnists
aid not identify the i lement in
this "lobby." The Evans Novak
altesation, published In the
Washington Post under the head-
ine "Israel Lobby Cut Down
Vost," was piven some credence
by an earlier news analysis niece
by Henry Tanner, published
Saturday in the New York Times.
Mr. Tanner wrote that "Contro-
versy within the administration
over the Middle East is widely
believed to have been a factor
in his (Yost's' dismissal."
"The undercurrent of suspic-
ion of Yost by his zealous pro-
Israel critict was originally based
on his i xperience as a U.S. Am-
' sado assigned to the Arab
woi Id Bui In yond that. Yost.
while rx no dep irting from
Nix......Iminisrt ttion policies on
the Middle East, made no secret
of his ;rowim concern over Arab
Id hostility aimed at the
United States because of the in-
creasingly intimate relations
between the United States and
Israel," the columnists wrote.
"Yost spoke forcefully and fre-
quently within the U.S. govern-
ment of h;s conviction that Pres-
ident Nixon must keep the heat
on Israel to withdraw fwi Arab
lands enntured in the 1967 war."
they said.
According to their report,
Yost ran afoul of White House
foreign advisor Henry Kissinger
last slimmer after the tatter
called for expelling the Russians
from the Middle East. Yost was
said to have cabled the State
Department that the only way
to accomplish that was to settle
the Mideast dispute, after which
the Arabs would get rid of the
Russians themselves.
The columnists recalled that
Yost also fought against a U.S.
resolution in the General As-
sembly six weeks ago "becaus"
it would oi Ij lr tnatize the U.S.-
lsrae! alliance," but was over-
ruled in Washington. According
to Tanner's assessment, Yost
believed that the basic interests
of the U.S. in the Mideast call
for negotiation of a peaceful
settlement and help to assure
the security of Israel. "However,
on occasion as United States pol-
icy was being shaped, he is un-
derstood to have advocated that
the United States exert greater
pressure on the Israelis to get
them to the conference table
than other key officials were
willing to accept," Tanner wrote.
U.N. Committee Opens
Discussion On Draft
UNITED NATIONS. NY.
The General Assembly's Third
Committee (Social, Humanltar-
ui and Cultural1 opened dis-
'USSlOn last week on a draft res-
olution condemning and recom-
nendlng measures against Na-
zism, racisn artheid and oth-
liscrimination.
spens d by Iraq,
nd the Ukraine, calls on
. y to "n w'uti Ij c >n-
' si h hi :otry: tah appro-
ad Ion to ( ra licite it: ask
5 ,- : irv General I i
ish a brochure on the issue:
recommend that 11 states act
on ts" tvob'em next year, the
International Y-'.-.r for A
to combat Racism a-id Racial
I ijsc 'iminati n; instruct the Sec-
retary G-reral to consider
holding an international
in 1972, and to consider the prob-
lem a priority. The Assembly
previously condemned "racism.
Nazism, apartheid and all simi-
lar Ideologies and practices
which are based on racial In-
tolerance and terror" in 1967
and ii B
Mrs Lidiya K, Kudryautseva
of Byelororuss i (omplaim I
that "not verything" had been
done since thi end of World w r
n to eliminate Nazism fo
"Vie should not forget with
wh it speed N tzism develi
in Germany," she declared, add-
ing that ne i I today's manifes-
tations of Hitlerism was "the
bestiallt) of Israel" in the oc-
cupied Arab territories.
N. I. Evdokeev of the Soviet
Union also accused Israel of
using Nazi tactics against the
Palestinians in the occupied
territories.
Latin Jewish Leaders
Protest Statements
BUENOS AIR'S (JTA1
.'.wish leaders her,' are up in
. rms over the presence In Mont -
video, Uruguay of two proml-
t Jews alle dlj nt by the
M 'scow authorities I i counter-
act protests against the mistreat-
of Jev s in the Soviet Union.
ak< i at the fourth plen-
y 'ess on of the Latin Ameri-
n Jewish Congress meeting
nere warned that the two i
. s. Brig. Gen. David Dragun-
sky, the highest ranking dew in
the Soviet armed forces, and
Prof. Pauline G rtman, were in-
tent on ',' an randizing and di-
viding the Jewish masses," and
urged Jewish leaders to "oppose
this maneuver."
The Russian visitors in Uru-
guay denied that an anti-JewWi
campaign exists in the U.S.S.R.
Asked .!> en the arrests of more
than 30 Russian Jews for alleg-
edly plotting to hijack a Soviet
airliner last soring. Gen Dragun-
sky reo'ied that they were not
arrested as Jews but as
bandits."
Isaac Goldenberg, chairman of
the Congress' executive, warned
Our first priority is to save
our brethren which today is the
prime source of anti-Semitism."
A resolution was adopted urging
the government to cancel the
trials and an appeal was made
to world opinion in this
connection.
Other speakers presented re-
rts on the economic position
of Jews In Latin America and
on anti-Semitism on the conti-
nent. The plenary session was
attended by delegates from Ar-
gentina, Brazil, Chile. Columbia.
Paraguay. Peru. Panama and
other Central American
countries.
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dance at "The Frigate," 2895 SW
27th Ave.. Tuesday, Dec. 29. All
single, widowed or divorced men
and women between the ages of
25 and 48 are invited; price in-
cludes one drink.
Boys in Bar Milzvah class of Chaplain Kenneth J. Weiss
who is served and supplied by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board (JWB) Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, rune
up their dreidles for a Chanukah party for children o:
Jewish GIs in the Jewish chapel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Conviction Is Upheld
RICHMOND, VA. (JTA)
The Virginia Supreme Court has
upheld the 20-year sentence of
John Patler, convicted of the
1967 assassination of American
Nazi "fuehrer" George Lincoln
Rockwell. Patler, who had been
dismissed as editor of the party
newspaper five months be:
Rockwell was shot from a roof-
top in Arlington, has dcr.ied
was at the scene. He now puts
out a Spanish-English newspa-
per in which he has editorialized
against racism in Washingti-..
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+Jewish Shrletter
Page 3-5
College Freshmen Tend To
Reject Values Of Parents
NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish
id non-Jewish college freshmen
o in general agreement in tend-
r to reject the achievement val-
ies of their parents' generation
id in the belief that their parents
re deeply about them.
This is one of the main findings
a Btudy conducted by the Amcr-
n Council on Education to learn
v Jewish college freshmen are
ce or differ from their Christian
rs. The findings of the study
nducted for the American Jew sh
immittee wore disclosed at the
nnual meeting of the Committee's
nal executive council in
uston.
The d ita \\a< obtainc 1 as put
ntlnuing ("> iperative Institu-
R i arch pro) im of the
ol thi A< IE .:: rl inalyzed by
. David Dri w of that organize-
>n. Tlie sample includ >! s im <
r 1.000 men and women freshmen
tering four- and tuo-yeir col-
es in the fall 1969, repre nt-
about 10'. of all freshmen
t year, Aho were asked to com-
te a four-page questionnaire
ing their orientation sessions
he life goa's named least often
both Christian and Jewish
i shmen included some of the
rig achievement values of for-
generatiors. Fewer than iin.'-
ighth of both Jewish and non-
lewiflh freshmen listed "contrib-
ting to scientific theory." One-
sixth or less cited "being an ex-
pert in finance." One-sixth listed
lecoming a community leader."
" it more than 800S in each group
ted "develop ne a meaningful phi-
i ihy >l : Vb tut 75' cited
ising a family." Two-thirds
' 'd "bavin friends n ith differ-
backgroui i ind inti n sts" and
'ping others who are in
. ...iy "
-'" the :,. ne ntion
. 97 of evi ry l 0 fn shmen
t th lei ply
d" i it th |< children
. !> iih groups ci 'diterl
rents with inte- 'si In
tqal md c iltttral activities
p I -. Th if the
: suhstanti illj
tin itv of theit par-
ts Tw k-thirds ol '<' -
n but "\.\ 40' ol the Jew-
i s*udejhts considered their par-
I deeply n ligious."
Slightly more than half of the
i-iewish freshmen felt that "the
" 'f benefit of a college education
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is that it increases one's earning '
power." while only two-fifths of i
the Jewish freshmen thought so.
Social sciences were named by
about 15". of the Jews and 8.496
of non-Jews as the fields in which
they expected to pjajpr.
In career expectations, a small
and nearly identical portion of'
'both groups a'nout 10'; expected
' to become businessmen. The sim-
llarity was noted against the back-
ground of the fact that only about
259! of the non-Jewish and about
half of the Jewish students in the
Je had b isirn ssmen fathers.
About S'. of the Jewish freshmen
ied ca ci n as lawj >rs or doc-
tors while 3' of the non-Jewish
ts indie !(! sueh c ireer
goals. But among both groups,
more th n tw is many si idents
hoped to become lawyers is had
fathers who were lawyers.
Among the non-Jews, students
aspirin : to care ..- doctors were
a good deal more numerous than
Students whose fathers were doc-
tor-, but t'ii< was not true among
Jewish students Two-thirds of the
Jewish students and half ol the
non-Jews planned to set a degree
beyond the Bachelor's. But while
one-sixth of the Jewish students
, were undecided on career plans
only 10': of the non-Jewish sin-
dents were.
Few differences were found on
college iss.u-.. A ml 1" of hath
groups favored preferential adm!s-i
sions for students from di.-a.i in-
taged groups an I agreed that facu-
lty promotions should be based Inj
part on student evaluations. Some
90': in b .:>- agn ed stu-
dents should have a major role in
specif) Ing i of their
('In ijs,
I' pi eporl m the findi .-
the Ji ish fresh
ed is mud wimitte I to so-
i ial ch -. mor > act vc In
l it than
the eshmen. VVh t
ski d bout the r current
iout prefi of the I
men reari lews said the i>.
longei ith the Jew ish
religion.
Km i I as *
tians, 15.3' in licated a c irrent
preference for a non-Christian
faith or for no faith. About 49! of
the former Christian and Jewish
students bad embraced a new
faith. Among the former Jews.
about half had chosen a faith out-
side the major denominations of
Christianity. The major faiths
most often adopted by born Jews t
, were Catholicism(in the two-,
year colleges) and Unitarianism i
(in four-year schools". But the j
Jewish converts accounted for less i
than V'< of the total number of'
students raised as Jews.
The Committee noted that a
study carried out for it during the
1%0's by the Columbia Univer-'
sity Bureau of Applied Social Re-
search indicated that such dis-
affiliations by Jewish college stu-
dents from the religion of their
families were usually only
temporary.
Albert Schlcssberg of Milton, Mass., the National Com-
mander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. discusser
the plight of Soviet Jewry, aid to Israel aad the plight c:
American prisoners of war with President Nixon and pre-
sented the Fresident with a plaque commemorating th
organization's 75th year when they met recently. He also
invited the President to be the principal speaker at th.9
organization's Diamond Jubilee Banquet to be held in New
York next month.
Post's Officers To Be Nominated Jan. 3
Abel Holtz, vice president and
mortgage offficer, of the Corner
Bank of Miami Beach, has been
promoted to first vice president'
of the bank. Mr. Holtz, who al-
so sits on the Eoard of Direc-
tors takes an active part in
community affairs, serving as
vice president of the Jewish
Vccational Service and as a
member of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital's Executive Board of Sus-
toiners.
At the r< cent meeting of Hi i-
ah-Miami Springs Jewish War
Veterans Post 681, Florida State
Commander Maurice Weinman and
his staff and members of othei
Posts wee-' present. The State
Commander presented the Travel-
ing Gavel to the Post and intro-
duced members ol his staff.
Citations w>re also presented to
past c immanders Jesse Gibian and
William Sydeman. Leon Si'verman,
quartermaster of Post ls' and
si ti (Hirteimaster and Stanley
Bine, Americanism chairman who
is presently junior vice command
er of Pi st 681. The next mceti i
will be held on Jan. .": :. .-! n "'-
natiors for officers of
will be made.
Sisterhood Book Review
Mrs. Irving Seidel will re W
"The Promise." by Chaim P
it tin' S:17> p.m. Wednesday n
ing of Young Israel's Sister'.' od
In the temple's social hall, Mrs.
Ted Goldsmith, program cl -
man. has announced. A Chan in
grab-bag party will also be on I te
i rogram and refreshmi nts w.
- rved.
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Friday, Deceniier '. 3 '. ?~g
Prunes Add Sweetness To Holiday
Dr. William A. Wexler (center;, international president of
B'nai B'rith. who addressed more than 3.000 B'nai B'rith mem-
bers during his visit u the Miami area last week, is shown
wiA Max S. Wolf (left/ and William I. Nathan, members of
B'nci B'rith Freedom Lodge.
One-Man Show Opens
In Bav Harbor Galleries


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One :
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ar.d practical but
honor the
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Happily t i thai
to u~e tne i'rrinukah Fruit." No
pitting or presoaking the.-e days.
S Pitted Prunes and
pop the luscious trait right into
the tzimmes casserole to a and richness a* they absorb the
savory goodness of the meat
juices and the Bi ttings
For another Chanukah treat,
add snippe to a;>ple sauce, to serve with
... dv wy, -
fer a delightful
- sauce

,al for tl
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tted prunes.
dthprui
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ffer in good ^
l'KINK AND BWEET POTATO
TZDUTEfl
A ;i; short ribs of bei '
2 medium onions, cho-
1 ckw n inced
l '. "
i4 n pepper
6 sweet tatoes. p> eled an-!
A one-man i I ing the
recent i nisi
;'". ooen at
Bay Harbor Galleries, 1007 Kane
< meonrae, Bay Harbor Islands
.Saturday. The exhibit will be on
lay through Saturday, Jan. 2
This will be h r drat one-i
Mi imi showing,
r work h u exhrb
i.<.- in Juim n I

J1 Luby, who has been ;>
i ,.
U her iif<
nally for ju-t U
\< ars. Unlike many modern artists
irdei y a
rid ihe says c
elight. 1
- fling
- Id but Adthout di
New York art
. [declared
roung "ho* livid
press! mplicity ol style
-' pa
to create a n i
. na 111 r
ity to make the eye .....imukane-
< isly a w.rld without and
..:nl It, or ai a part of it the
wonderful ordered pattern that
/lature imposes, makes her work'
distinctive.*'
Joan Luby hai studied at New
York L'r ty, Praf. :..
and The n Art.
York, as w-.-.i a- with dis-
tinguished art ists in &<- loi
M r.i. Her work was
In 1967 and her
first on/'-nun held
at the Robert 1 I
York in 1968. .- since
particij
d G erj III. ;n "
Bay Harbor I!
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Rabbis Examine Effects Of
Italy's New Divorce Law
Syd Skolsky To Entertain
Radio and TV War S IS
will be the featured
in the Chanukah F stival being
by l Bi is Z
29 ai i m n
rium of th<- ".'
ai 1133 N
to an nt made bj
Donei Another
. of thi VI : .'..
Chanukah candlelit hting
an i con rig led
rd memkr Abraham Gi
man. acting as cantor,
Contours. .,
Sculptors ...
Figures ...
Lose Inches
in Mmules .
No exercise W pe0te and
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Editor Is Guest Lecturer
Aaron Alpcrin. editor of the
Jewish Day Morning Journal,
will be featured in the lecture
scheduled by Lebedikor Branch of
Karband LZO Sunday at 6 pjn. in
Temple Emanu-El, 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. His lecture, on the topic.
The Last Battle and the Devel-
opments in the Middle East," will
be in Yiddish; a question and an-
swer iericx] will follow. Joseph P.
Zuckerman, Southern Region rep-
resentative of National Farband,
will serve as chairman.
Moadon Haivri Celebration
"Moadon Haivri." the Hebrew
speaking club, will meet at 8 p.m.
Monday at 100 Lincoln Rd lor a
special Chanukah celebration. Dr.
Joseph Diamond, the main speak-
er of the evening, will present the
topic, "Those Days." Leon Siegi I
will light the traditional Chanukah
candles; Samuel Ben Yoseph will
conduct the communal singing.
ROME 1JTA' Rabbis and
their legal advisor! here are con-
sidering the consequences of It-
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COUp.'
\-. sly ex| rioted
hough the T 1
Sow Jews who wi
. ral be. But th<

r the 1
Bernay Works Exhibited
Dra Betti
studios
at 5001 Collins A Miami I
will bi :!' .-
.Galleries through Jai ;t has

can to ha e been ted 1
Painters
and Scul| I
nay. a nativi : N is
of Pratt Instituti
spent a numbi
- reci| lent of
! the "Prix de Paris" and has won
', numerous other prizes for artistic
1 it.
B'nai Zion Meeting
A meeting of B'nai Zion will be
: held Thursday Dec. 24 at 8 p.m. ir.
(the Washington Federal 1234
; Washington Ave. The speaker.
Rabbi David Lehrfield of Congre-
| Ration Knesseth Israel, will talk
I of the importance to Israel of the
; Jewish National Fund. An Israeli
movie "Gateway to Paradise," will
be shown. Refreshments will be
.sponsored by Hyman J. Fliegel in
honor of the 70th birthday of his
I wife, Mollie Fliegel.
law. The I I Turin.
Pr F. Sen "' '
II v could obt
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not havi feel in his
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IV tican Council's Conciliar State-
. ment on the Jew five ye u ago
has had a p influence. But
lined that ultimately, the
against anti-Semitism de-
pended on ihe spread of Jewish
qu
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Brown sh iri .
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mi it and iweei tatoes
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Musical Comedy Benefits 1
Leukemia Society Chapter
The original three-act musi l
ly "Goodbye Kopt/.
bye Pauper" stirring Cathy Carr
and Bob Leslie, which is :.
its pre-Broadway opening in the
- '.clt Theati r this |
will be combined with n: \rt sale
of graphics and oils co |
the Collectors Art Gallery b
Americana Hotel. The procei I
both the Priday-through-Sunday
irt show-sale and the
forrr.ances of writ.' r Sol
Hoffenberg's sure-te-be-a-hit play
will benefit t!te Dado M
Chapter of th. U llkl mi
America.
Sening as
ling event in i
Daniel D. Nixon and attorney
in Wolfe and Mrs. YV v. Th."
mmitti btchi lea Sara
rn, Mr. and Mrs Sta !.
: tt, Harry I'l.lge. I",. 5.
Dr. Dani. I S
Mr. and Mrs. Franl
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pure'.. led ft theater or
throt
: nmittei
; knowledge and attachment
Israel.
Deborah Chapter Meets
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Dclwrah Hospital will meet on
Tuesday, Jan. 5, at noon, in the
- Hotel. A film of special
interest to Deborahites will be
shown after the regular meeting..
j Prospective members are invited
to attend. Mrs. Faye Wahl is
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H'<:- TUHNkOLi*' Ql
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Friday, December 18, 1970
Page 5B
Hebrew Academy Women
Mark Holiday At Brunch
The Hebrew Academy will cele-
. ite the first d ty of Chanukah
iii their annual membership
brunch Wednesdaj noon in the
Deauy l!< II itel, Mrs. 1.....nard
Adler", president, has announced.
bcrship chairman Mrs. Mil-
ton Goldman reports that a gala
afternoon program has been ar-
ranged, combining the Chanukah
holiday theme with the new sea-
son fashions. A showing of "Knil
Fashions by Bodln." will be nar-
rated by Mrs. Ted Bodln and mod-
eled by Hebrew Academy mothers
and grandmothers. A special fea-
ture of the afternoon will be a.
Chanukah candlelighting ceremony;
.nducted by the students of the'
Aeadcrr.y.
Assisting Mrs. Goldman in plan-
ning this exciting event are: Mrs.
Irving Firtel, membership cochair- j
mm: Mrs. Joseph Half on, life
membership chairman: Mrs. Julius'
Sand, program chairman, and Mrs.
Car! Brandes, telephone chairman.
A committee of patrons headed
by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs.
Leonard Kos.-n will act as host-
ages and Welcome all new mem-
bers and guests.
Serving on the membership tel-
ephone squad are the Mesdames
Stuart Rapee, (Jorge Kahn. Ber-
nard Shuminar, Phyllis Dollinger.
Marvin Bart, Norman Bloom,
Charles N'adel. Cyrus N'euman.
Carl Tand and Louis Dublin.
All new members and life mem-
bers will be iastalled in special
ceremonies by Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the Aced-
emy. which is the only Hebrew
day school in this area with com-
plete, elementary, junior high and
senior high school departments.
The school now has a total of 800
students enrolled.
Mrs. Max Hearshen I
Pioneer Women's
Guest Speaker
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
sation will hold a Jm. 11 luncheon
H the Deauville Hotel on behalf of
!97l Combined Jewish Appeal-
i- ael Emergency Fund campaign,
> Milton Green, president has
iouik d.
! s. Max II i",li "i. a nie
I iag< nah d m .!-' Israel's Wa-
ll' Ihdepend nee and a university
; turer on the Middle Last, will
i the gtti St -^n-1 '< T. Guest artists
Ti ior Muses and Shmuael Fershko
will provide entertainment at the
gala event.
Mrs. Hi irshen, chairman of the
\\ m 3 Di\ ision of the
icwisb Community Federation, is
merbta r of tit National C im-
fttee ol the Hadassah Medical
.r.vatioi!, at I i- ad with
: j Jw -h "i"o fgjcal Semin try
, ni ate: United Synagogue
MRS. M/ITON GREEN
Members of the pioneer Women
sn-ving li tljh- (SJA-IEF Commit-
< 'i include* the Mesdames Morris
i in. S: BruckcivSam Davis, Ida
Li k- i .an, 'Anna Dobschulltz. Ml"
ch 1-1 Cibson, Joseph Krantz, Betty
Klein, David Linpman. Pauline Le-
viek, Miriam Gingold. Irma Kerr,
Rose Malakofi. Moses Meyer, Leah
N'aparst, Leah Notkln, Dora Of-
lenhenden. Lena Pushkin. Frances
Paekar, Anna Quaker. Gertrude
Sohn, Al Selden. Fred Sandier,
Abraham Shedro'f, Jennie Seitlin
. nd Mrs. Sorifa PMkin.
Holiday Celebrations Will
Highlight School Activities
Holiday celebrations will high-
light t!hii religious school activities
at Tcp-nlc Beth Sholom this week-
nd. Students, axe Invited to at-
tend a Chanukah musical playlet
IhI by "ardor David Conviser ami
I'urton Parker, which features
'ictors talking to puppets as they
relate" the Chanukal)..story. Fol-
lowing this program, in which Mrs.
Lcrsbor. Miller will be participat-
ing, ttw re will be a special candle-
lighting ceremony.
The Sisterhood Parents Council
Mill pti vide a brunch and special
Chanukah gifts, including dreidles
itd candles, for all the children
m the religious school under the
kaders^ip of Mrs. Michael Albin.
A gala Chanukah songfest, with
snocmf (elections by the choir will
follow.
mi. MAX HtAKSHlN
Chanukah Concert Set
A Chanukah concert will be con-
i ducted by the Robert A. Duff
] Chorale at Temple Adath Yeshurun,
I 1025 N.F.. Miami Gardens Dr..
i at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Cantor Na-
thaniel Schub will be the soloist;
' the 36 members of this trained
chorus will sing Chanukah selec-
I tions in Hebrew and Yiddish, with
I audience participation. There is no
charge for the concert, which is
; being held in the main sanctuary.
Students In Chanukah Play
The Hebrew and Sunday School
students of Temple Beth Tov will
present a Chanukah play at the
temple at 10 a.m. Sunday. The
public is cordially invited.
Mapping out plans for Wednesday's gala Chanukah mem-
bership brunch being held by the Hebrew Academy Women
are (from left) Mrs. Julius Sand, program chairman; Mrs.
Carl Brandes, telephone chairman, Mrs. Joseph Halfon, life
membership chairman, and Mrs. Milton Goldman, member-
ship chairman.
B.B.W. Chapters ,
Marking Holiday
Chapters of H'nai B'rlth W
with meetin scheduled this week
include:
Menorah Chapter 1013, which
will hold a regular meeting in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
r.'.-.i Washington Ave., at 12 30
p.m. Tii i Mrs. Lillian ECevoe
is president.
Hatikvah Chapter 1143 will hold
a gala Chanukah party in the
Morton Toweis Restaurant,
Ray ltd., at noon, Tuesday, after
v.hii'.i David Tow will speak on
"Why U.K.Y.i ?"
Sky Lake Chapter 1338 will hold
its Chanukah parts at Temple
Adath Yeshurun, 1023 NE Miami
Gardens Dr. at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day. Gifts will be exchanged grab-
bag fashion, and the Thespians
will present a play under the di-
rection of Mrs Bernard Bernstein,
Adult Jewish Education chairman.
I.atkes will be served in addition
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Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Activity
Schedule Announced For Coming Week
Mi/.raclii Founder TT l 4 1 i^
Edith B.onn,r. 4 Hebrew Aeademy Set
No: th r Da.
sued
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War
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>n Tuesday.
Th<- Auxiliary of c, David
:>!arc'.:? Post 746 will hoki a pern
th bi Sunland Train-
Para -.;;.
lid will
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: torans ". a i :-
work ol
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major Jew lab on
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Dr. Friday. She was 94 '> <
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Fun Carnival-Bazaar
hold a Chan ikah
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pi by thi
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hospital i l i' return to their
i tns.
On Saturday, Dec. i.1 and Dec
26. the Norman Brno-* Brow n Aux-
iliary will service tli-> telecart for
bedridden patients and then hold
a coffee" for 11th floor resident
i-atients and their visitors.
Pioneer Women
Hold Meetings
Greater Miami .' i m I P -
h r Worm n Chapter.-: which h.u e
announced their activities for the
coming week Include:
Club No. 1. which was to fea-
ture rational advisor Miriam Gin-
20ld in a talk alxxit Jewish B.xik
Month at 1 p.m. Thursdaj in the
Washington Federal. 1334 Wish
inpton Ave.. and will hold it>
. Chanukah party at S p.m. Tuesday
I in the Royal Hungarian R stall
; rant under the chairmanship of
! Havera Jennie Seitlin. Mrs. Ger-
trude Sohn is club president.
Club No. 2 will hold its regular
! meeting and Chanukah program at
I 1 p.m. Monday in the Washington
I Fedora1. 1234 Washington Are., it-<
I president, Mrs. Fiances Packer,
i has announced.
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the i". row \ lent Mia
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of H i f tii'
Jewish l< the Aged nd n t
life r.~. nbei isl president ol j '.
the M zi ich ( v lion.
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Mrs Mori is >
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Miramar Auxiliary, which meets
at Temple Israel of Miramar. will
bold its regtflar business meet-
ing Tuesday evening
! Bra Zucker will bo the hostess
Murray Solomon Auxiliary will for th(> rcgular meeting of the
hold an 8:lo p.m. board meeting in Golda M< ir Chapter In the Wash-
the Merrk-k Demonstration School mKton Federal. 1234 Washington
Mrs. Brenner it sun ved by
three >ns Ro i rt and tt
Miami and Herman M of C >ral
Gables: five daughters: Anna Bren-
ner Meyers of Miami Beach, .1
mi mber of the Dade County School
Board; Sarah Kockham of South
Miami: Gertrude Bergad of Miami
Beach: Muriel Bernstein of South
Miami and Dorothy Foster of
North Miami: 12 grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchild:c:i.
Sen iees were held Sunday at
Riverside Chapel with interment
in Mount Sinai Cemetery.
Winter Residents*
Hadassah Center
on Zamora Avenue Tues lay.
The North Shore Auxiliary has
luted a gala fun l-raising Nlte
Club Show at the Montm trtre Ho-
tel Sunday evening. Department
President Justine Abramowitz will
make her official i ing the
social meeting celebrating the
group's lTm anniversary Wednes-
day at thi Washington Federal,
11 \. n d r will pre-
sent the Department's Friendship
Gavel.
\\r. ,ii 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Samuel Heifitz. accompanied by
i Elizabeth Farbatein, will provide
the musical entertainment, Presi-
dent is Katherine Lippman.
Coral Gables Chapter will hold
a dessert card party to ben fil
Child Rescue Wednesday at 12:30
p.m. in the Secui itj Fedi
6073 Svnset Dr. The committee Is
under the chairmanship ol Mrs.
Milton Green. Jennie M, M
president, has also announced a
regular meeting at the same loca-
Hlaleah-Miami Springs Auxiliary j tion the following Wednesday at
members will sen ice th Veterans 12:30 p.m.
Hospital telecart Sunday, and hold
a ward party there or. Saturday.
Dec 26.
Abe Uorrowltz Auxiliary mem-
bers will service the telecart at
v terans Hospital Fri lay and hold
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The Bcba Idclson Chapter will
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Federal at 1133 Norn.andy Dr. at
12:30 P.r.i. Sunday, Dec. 37.
Kadimah Chapter will hold a
Chanukah latke party at the home
of its president. Mrs. Fred Sand-
ier, 2720 SW 2nd Ave.. Sunday at
S p.m. Proceeds will be earmarked
for Pioneer Women's Operation
Restlift," a program that takes
young children from the border
settlements to convalescent homes
in Haifa. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
for a two week rest period.
Rabbi Leon Kronish addn -- I
the group gathered al l
Beth Sholom for the formal open-
if the l ladassah 1 \ nter for
Winter Residents rccentlv, Mrs.
Morton Silb rn in, : ;i i
>f the Florida Ri rUmi pave the
ll il n : gl'eel llie.s Wl I e bl
Mrs. Leenai rl Wolpe, current
Florida Region president, and Mis.
-ii iman Fast, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter ol Hadas-
sah. Presiding won- Mrs. Allied
Tuvin, nationalcliairman, aid.Mrs.
Gerald Soltz.
All out-of-state Hadassah mem-
bers are cordially invited to at-
tend the meetings of the Winter
Residents' Group, which has iis
headquarters on the mezzanine
floor ol the Moulin Rouge Motel,
list Street at Indian Creek.
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A fun show for all the children,
with magic bj Nardini and Na-
dyne, Buddy McBride, ventrilo-
quist, and his puppet, Sidney, will
begin al 2 p.m. Sunday. The show
will be sponsored by Mr. ami Mrs.
Eugene Moses in honor of their
daughter, Judy, a thud grade stu-
dent at the Academy, Mr. and
Wometco Double Feature
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ROBF.RT OOHEV
Robert Steven, the s>n of Mr.;
id Mr- Herman Cohen. 9SB0 SW
-Vh St.. will become Bar Mltltndl
E I jrd. v nv.rning. Dec. 19. at Tem-
! Or Oiom.
An eighth snider at Riviera
J inior Hieh School. Robert plays
I otball wfth the Wests* usd I>akej
>t ball tesna. He plans to continue (
- Uet w education and will j-.in i
n cla-s at Temple
( (Mom following hfa Bar Mitz-
h.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohc-n will host
follow- j
A mong:
hon .'.] be Rob
ndmother, Mrs. Pauline Cohen
Y ark, and Mr. I Mrs
NKIL FBIED
son of Mr ind Mrs.
George Fried the
I iel of Gr
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nd his
I Si i of New Y I
dum: FINE
' Ma y, the d lughter or
; Mi -. Ronald L Fine, will
Bal Mitzvah at Temple
i inu-El Saturday, on Dec. 19.
1 r. Irving Lehrman will offi<
Diana attends the eighth crade
Nautilus Junior High Sch(x>l
; id has been ;i student at the
Lehrman Day School and Temple.
1 manu-EI religious school. An ac-|
( implishid musician, she plays
the recorder, guitar and piano.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk and
1 and Mrs. Albert Lewis, Diana's
I andparents, will attend the
ent
-ii.i:i;v Jacobs
Jerry Adam, son of Mr. and Mrs.
] >nnrd Jacobs, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 19. at
T mpl<- Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr-
r-an will officiate.
Jerry attends eighth (Trade
C asses at Nautilus Junior High
E ihOOl and is president of the Sci-
ICC Club there. He also attends
Temple Emanu-El afternoon Re-
I aious school.
Mr. anil Mm. Joseph Linn and
Mr. and Mrs-. Henry-Jacobs, the
lebranfs grandparents, will at-
I nd the. event.
ALAN SlinUNRR
Alan Jerome, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Shuminer. will cele-
ate his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation on Saturday.
Dee. 19.
Alan is an eichth grade student
a*, the HebFew Academy of Great-
Miami, where he serves as Stu-
dent Cbunc
a member of tl
:
tten ling H i -
ii V -^-hool for
: ''
Ml of N nth
: Mrs S : .. Le
M nd East O
N.J.
l\v vki.tmw
r Mrs B
Utz\-ah
Sat-
Dr. Max
A. Lips toil is s
the coi .-duct
- I als will pr sent
A I n behalf >>f the
regat Mollie Kabaner
Sisterhood.
Jay has attended the Harold
U'olk Religious School for th-
four years and is now a student
in the fourth year class He will
be a mcmiier "f the Confirmation
cla.-- of 1972.
PERRY FRIEDMAN
Perry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Friedman, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at the Beth Torah
Congregation, at Shabbat serv-
ices Saturday, Dec. 19. with Dr.
M \ a. Upschitz officiating it
ser\'ice. charging him with th"
rights and duties of Bar Mitz-
vah and presenting Perry with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie K -
h*ncr Sister!- th
Congregation.
Perry is a member of th- fifth
year class at Beth Torah's H
school, where he
i att< i ded for I past I
and will b f the
Diana Fine
Neil fried
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In 1 honor, his p

he ent
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: Mich iel and Lei
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the i; >Iii evah, in o
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BRIAN HOLLAND
th
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At Isle Mi ml Bi
I to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvs uday morning Di '
19 at Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute 78 >1 Carlyle Ave., Mi iml
Beach.
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever,
spiritual leader, wHl supervise the
liturgical services at 8:.">0 a.m. and
will deliver the charge to the
celebrant.
Brian, an eighth gride student
at Nautilus junior high school, is
particularly interested In science.
A recept'on in honor of the
occ -ion will be hosted by Brians
parents in the adjacent building
immediate]} after the sen ices.
In the evening a dinner will be
:): friends and r.
the Aiglet Hotel.
Brian's grandfather, aunt, uncle.
ns and friends will be c
from New York to share In the
: .- .
REBEC< A SADOFF
Ft .; evi ins;. Dec. 18. ;
: Vices at !'
Jerry Jacobs Rebecca Sodotl
_.. Rebecca I
I Mrs. M on S fl
5868 C '!' l"
Bat Mi
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r tenni
i and
,, in honoi
it a recept
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Spector Hall. Ttv
nts, Jacob D. Sadoff and
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow,
pioneer members "i Beth David,
will be among the honored guests.
Her great-aunt and uncle. Mr. and
Mrs Arthur Kasow of Harrison.
N.Y., will also be present for the
festivities
stsAN OETH
Friday evening. Dec. 18, during
the worship services at Beth To-
rah Congregation, Susan, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Geth. will be called to the Torah
as a Bat Mitzvah.
Alan Shuminer
David Pinsky Oneg Shabbos
'The Rejected Messiah. Jacob
Frank." will Ik* the subject of a
talks by author-lecturer L. La-
savin at Friday's S p.m. "Oneg
Shabbos" to be held by the David
Pinsky Culture Club in the Ida M.
High School Cafeteria. 1420
Drexe] Ave. Shoshannah Hoffman
I ram of
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Camps Accepting
71 Applications
p c m ii hlan Is Can
cated n 1 hi Pocono Mount
Nortl ast Pennsylvania an
lions for the I
summer program. Separati
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girls. Loc i il Reflection L
Marshal Creek, Pa., the cam]
fcrs a Aide variety of ir*'
outdoor acti\ities, spoit-
hobbies.
i
Mrs. Jack Davis. 11042 ['
dela Ave.. Coral Gables, is cur-
rently arranging appointments 9
the din ctors. Mrs. Earle U. W
berg and Mr. and Mrs. I
Welnberg, who will be in Miami
: for a limited time.
Under the same ownership for
36 years, the camps have nine
weather Olympic tennis courts
: four regulation bowling lar.e-
ter skiing and boating ni:
golf course, horseback ridin.;
seven miles ol trails, a radi^
electronics hobby program, and .
theatre workshop.
The camp's reunion will l>
J ui. 3 at Kin a B tj Countrj C\
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Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami children presently enrolled via Eastern
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Hand radio and electronic
Camp reunion, Sunday, January 3, 1971, past, present and new eompers. Parents and staff are
cordially invited to attend our camp reunion at the Kings Bay Country Club 1440T S:W 62nd
Avuinm, Miami, on Sunday January 3, 1971, 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. For information and reservations
please contact Mrs. Nancy Davis, 665-7923 or 665-9147. "sssjsssssssssssi
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yriday. December 18, 1970
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Groups of Hadassah Holding Luncheons
LEGAL NOTICE
i|Gl MOTICE
L!!GAl NOTICE
The Israeli Group ol Hadassah
will hold a Founder's Day Lunch-
eon at 12:,10 p.m. Monday in the
Algiers Hotel. Program will in-
clude a Ohanukah candlelighting
ceremony by Mrs. Gertrude Jo-
seph, and accordionist Mrs. Doreen
Stuart accompanying Mr. Rosen-
street, soloist. President is Mrs
Esther Meyer,
LEGAL NOTICE
'N,r,H.EJ^0^TV JUDGES COURT
lw.frMP.ffOW DADE COUNTY,
rLOBIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70.4552
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Relate of
JOSEPH J. LIUIA
Deceased.
To All Creditor* and All Permit* Hav-
ing claims or dem.....is Against Bald
Estate:
y.pu are hereby notified and re-
quired to preHeni any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .slate of JOSEPH .1. l.ritlA de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, and flic the same In duplicate and
us provided in Section 733.18, Florida
Statute*, in their office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month* from
the lime of ihe find publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this nth
day of December, A 1> 1970.
Leah .1 Lurla
1......lard Lurla
A* Executors
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 18th day of December, l!'7"
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
LBVlNSON ft KENTN
Attorneys for Bxeoutoi
|150 S W, ISt St Suite 304
I2/1R-2R 1/1
Shalomn Group will hold its an-
I nual Founder's Day luncheon at
noon Wednesday in the Algiers
I Hotel with Mrs. Sherman Fast.
, president of the Miami Beach
Chapter, as guest speaker. Concert
soloist Mrs. Marion Six-ar will
I provide the musical entertainment.
Mrs. Irvin Shapiro is president.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVBN that
the undersigned, destriwr to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name
of ARDON PACE INTKIdous al
mis Washington Ave, Miami Beach,
Florida. Intends In register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui 1
of Dade Count v. Florida,
JEROME W. "PT.CKtNS
I.YXN'E PECKIXS
QROVBR, CIMENT, WEINSTEIN &
STACKER. P.A.
Attorney* for Jerome W, Pecklna ft
T.ynne Pecklna
85fl Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11 is.2-. 1 n-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
ihe underslKiird, desiring to engage in
t laisimss under the fictitious name of
SURPRISE LOUNOE at 451 X \V. 7!'
St. Miami Intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
rSAREL HA1.PEX
KESSLEII, ItfiTH, SHERADSKY
& beckerma
Attorneys for applicant
1 Si.:, S.W. 3rd Arc.
Miami. Fla.
1. is.ts, 1/'
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
flROVER SIMS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BETTY SIMS.
Defendant.
TO: BETTY SIMS
Residence Cnknnwn
You, BETTY SIMS, ar.- hereby no.
lified that a Rill of Complai.it for
Divor.-.- has been fild against you,
and you arc required to serve a ropy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney JACK I.. HER8KOWTTZ,
HERSKOWrrZ AND ORO88MAX,
PA.. 42" Lincoln Road, Suite (A .
Miami Reach. Florida R818B and fill
Ihe original Answer or ricadinK In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
.our' "o or before the 80th day of
January, 1971, If you f"H to do s,.
judgment bj default will be taken
against you for the rellei demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice sh;.ll be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.< "ItlDlAX
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Itth day of December
A.D If."
E II I.EATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad. County, Florida
By: 1. BNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HER8KOWITZ AND 0ROS8MAN,
12" Lincoln Road. Suite "3
I Miami Reach, Florida 33139
11/18-2
NOTICE cr ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4515
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
FRED MALLINOER,
a k 11 FREDERICK A MAI.I.IXtiEH
De.es seil
To All Cri II irs and All Persons Hai -
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
BSatate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mands which y.u may have against
the estate of FRED MALL1NOER
a k a FREDERICK A MALLINdEII
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the s.-nn.- in dupli-
cate Rhd 1 : rrfVUKH 111 BectlHn 733.
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida ibis 10th
1 day of December, A D !"
LILLIAN MAK.iri.ii.S
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
(the ISth day of December. 1!'7".
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
I6S0O NIC lath Avenue
N. Miami Reach. Fla, S3162
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF7
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85135-B
III RE: IM.ue of
KAMI El. KAl I'.MAN
11. Hsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors mid All Pel t.m H
.up. claims -i Demands Against B *
Estat.
Vou ttl'e hereby notified and requ
ed la in will an) i laims and li mm
ivhlcli you iii.iy have against the -
tale ol SAMl'El. KAUFMAN cl -
cl laic i.i' Dade County, Florida
the loUItly Judgl Ol I iaii. i louii ).
ami ule iin same in .lupin le 1
as proti.le.l in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florid .
within m\ calendar months from the;
little of the fust publication here if.
Or the sane will be barred.
Dal. 'i al .Miami. Florida, ihls Ird.
daj of December, A.D. I9TC.
J :i;i I ..MI STERN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
Ihe nth day "f December, 1970,
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
I.BVINSON \- KEN IN
1 Mioi-c->- for Executrix
11-.a s w Kit! 3tn .,
Miami. Florida
1M1-1*-:-. V
.'U
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4408
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANNA M. QIBB8,
Deceased
To All Creditors .....I All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or D.man.Is Against Saul
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
niaii.ls which you may have against
the estate of ANNA M GIBUS
deceased late of llailc County. Flor-
., to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 783,
1R. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within si.v calendar
months from the first publication
her.-.f, or the same will be barred
Mated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of December, A.D. 197ft
llelelle E. I.eriler
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
Ihe Mth das of Di ci mber, 197a
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attornej for Executrix
' 4211 Lincoln Road
; Miami Beach, Florida, J3I39
12 IX-23 1 l-R
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 70-22389
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
II.u:> >l.l> V. YASHEY,
Plaintiff,
vs
PAULINE YASHEY,
l lefendant.
T< I: PAULINE VASH BY
372 i -..i-i Monmoulh Ko.nl
Klngaberg, New Jersey
You. PAULINE VA8HEY, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Con
for Divorce has been filed against
vou and \oU are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, HAROLD CEASE,
ESQ., -'-" West Plogler Street. Ml-
laml, Florida 33138 and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleadinc In the office
of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before ihe ISnd 1871 If vou fail lo do so. judgment
by defauit will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint. ....
This notice shall be published once
lecutlve weeks
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4287
'n RE: Estat. o.'
NELLIE t'OHN
i I. a Mill, t i
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons it
lllg Claims 01 Demands Against S I
Estate:
You are herebj notified and requ --
e.l lo present any claims and d. mul
Hindi vou tnav have acainst ti,.- <-
ate of NELLIE ci.HN a 1, .. NKI.I.
i .ii N .I.-. as. d late of Dade C. unl
Florida, to the County JudRoi '
Dade County, and file the -ante In
duplicate and as provided In .- : t
733.16. Florid* Statute*, in their ,.'
ficcs In the County Courthouse
Dade County. Florida. wiiliin s -
calendar months from the lime or f
first publication herein, or the same
will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, 'his '-.l
I da] ". November, A D. I"n
HENRYC COHN
As Executor
Firsl publication of tins notice
the I nh da) "f December. I7n.
MM IS C.II.L.M AN"
Mlornev for
I Estate of NKI.I. COHN
920 Inurah.i in Uuildinu
13 '!-' -" I
.
da
each week for four
In THE JEWISH Fl.oKIDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.,
Florida, this Bth day of December.
A k'i'i. I.KATHEltMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florl
By: c P. COPELAND
DeputJ Cl.rk
(Circuit Court S.al)
H VROLD CEASE ESQ.
2720 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida SSU5 |S_.,. 1 ,Iy
.c-t _____
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22322
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STUA RT I >.\ I IN.
Plaintiff,
MAIO DAMN.
In lei
TO: MARY DAHN
711 Hamilton wtreet
Pal i.i -..ii. New .lei 1
You. MARY DAHN, an h. eby i -
lined Ihnl o BUI Compl iml t >r
Divorce has been filed Bgal ISt >' I,
and \ on are i. mum e.l to serv.
! of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's n -
lomey, EN'UEL & IIAl.l'KKN, M
I N W l.Mh Avenue. Suite 17-tJ, Mlat
Florida TelephOn, : 379-3811 and I
I the orlRinnl Answer or Pleading n
the office of Ihe Clerk ol the <
; cult Court mi or before the l.-i I
i day of January. ''"' ,f >">' "'
I do so judfc-nn nt by default will
1 tak.n against yon for the r-liet .
inaiided in the BIN of Complaint.
This notice shall be pubished 01 -
each week for four consecutive .- -
in THE JEWISH FIsDRIIMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mia
Florida, tin- 9th day of Decem
A D 1970
E 1". l.i:.\TUEltMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florl"
By: MARGUERITE KENT
i leputy Ciei-K
(Circuit Court Seal)
EKQELA HALPERN
1400 N.W lflth Ave.. 17-G
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plalntlfl
111 -
d.
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TlE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 70-22454
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN WAKE.
Ilaintiff.
KOSIE WARE,
Defendant
TO: It' >S1E WAKE
itcsidence Unknown
You. ROBIE WAKE, a"- hereby
lifted that a Bill of < omptalnt
Divorce has been filed again
and you are required U) serve
Of your Answer or Pleading
no-
for
you,
a copy-
to the
12 I I-is-.'.'. I/"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl it
the undersigned, desiring .....ngogc
business under Ihe fictitious name
of SAMS PIZZA at 7318 S.W. S7lh
Am- .Miami intends iii register
Manic With the Clerk ..I th< I In It
Court "t Dade Count}-, Florida
ELLSWORTH I'lNFl'.oc
KES8LER, ROTH, SHERADSkT ft
BECKBRMAN
Attorneys for applicant
is:.:, s \v 3rd Ac
Miami. Fla. SS1S (g ?. ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUB"
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATt
NO. 70 ''I'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MORRIS KAPLAN
Deceased
f Complaint on the Plaintiffs To A,| Creditors and All Persons 11. -
attorney JOHN It. HARRINOTON, inK claims or Demands Against Bi
i,r uncoln Load. Miami Beach, Fla. | Estat*: .
ind fluHhe original Answer or Plead. v..u are hereby notified and re-
C i, tl.'office of the cl.rk of the ,,, present any .alms and de-
circuit Court on or before the Sth mands which you niay^ave against
i'v fanuary, 1971. If you fall to estat. of MORRIS KAPLAN
;,\ ludRwnl by default will be ,,,,, a.-d lai. of Dade County. Florid*,
k.i -liain" you f orthe relief d.-,, ,,. county Judites of Dade Countv.
...I in the Bill of Complaint. ,and ril Ihe same In duplicat. a
'"'1,1 ICC shall be pi.bhshe.1 once ,, ,v i,l..,l Ml Se. Ho" 733.IB. Ftorl.
each week for four ---------utlve weeks 'tatutes, in their offices In the Cou -
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN n Courthouse In Dade County, n.
l.i.NK \\l> ORDERED at Miami. i(1:l vvl,hii sis calendar months fr. I
this lath day of Det-efuhe^ | me lime of Ihe rirsl pubtlcnf l.n n*'
Florid i,
A i:"n LEATHERMAX, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad. bounty. Florida
By DONALD TA1 1 EN HAN
I., putj Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
\\. tLFSt IN, DIA.M. INP ft
HARRJNOTON. P.A
Bj John R. Harrington
4>'7 Lincoln Road _
Miami D.a.h. Florida ..-,,.
J l s > i l a
.f,
Dal.
the same will be barred. ..
I at Miami. Florida, thl
la) ol
l ice. mber, \ D I97.
n .sr.fll StTHMIER
OLADY8 DIAMOND
A I I'm U
First puhllcall......I this notice I
the tl". daj "i December, IW.
JOSEPH SCHM1ER
Attorney for Executors
'" '".......'" R......' M,%^ri81.S6l I


?cge 10-B
* ls+*.ut n*rl*fr*r
Friday. December 18. 1S70
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
i
j
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETEHY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693
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Friday. December 18. 1970
+lmisA fhiridiai.n
Paqe 11B
I
Obituaries
FRANK. Sayde. IN, 1;,.-,,) N.K |MUl
Si. K x-isi.:-
GOLDMAN. Delia. 75, Kir. s VV MUl
Tar MHllnnd.il. i..xiti
GORDON. Jack, ;,s, \--,n N K ii.iM
si. tuvcnuc
LIPSIE. Itul.x. so. SMI B.W Mh Tcr
(lurdoo. iniirm. hi Star ol David
SOBIN. Mark. M, 4m Ocean Dr. M II
kix .rsid.>
GUTLOVE, ll.njamin. s\ MM Wah-
lligl.Hl Ave., Mil kivr-rsi.l.
HEYER. Miiiiui iiT. 15600 Ni; >;n,
Axe., N..M.H Gordon
Hl'T'.EMAN. |)..ia K s|. |{ ,\ \\
: '.Ui Avi- Rlvwslde
Miwaitm, jiNwpli, ':; 337 Tib St.
.m i'. Kiversid,
saltzburg. Baimial B., T8, 77JI
rnter May In-. N Ray Villas*'.
lUverslde Interment .Mi Kebo
Schwartz, Oscar, 7". Mt) Euclid
\w .\i l; Itiv. i.-..I.
UGENT. Jacob, Tt. Illu N B IMth
Tel N M I' Riverside
BODZIN. Richard l>. IT, 1180 N 1'.
nil St. Riverside
_EVIN. I-M-II-. 910 Weal Art., Ml!
Ki\ eraide.
1AEINOWIT2, Joseph s. M, 1141
> .an I >r Hi I: i;.x nilde
RAISKELO, HI. k I 88, jsio X K.
.i la( T.-r Levitt.
SCHWARCT. Charles, ;!'. toil N E
IhIhI si Riverside
suhl, Dr, Ptncus v. 74, 9770 B
Harbor Dr., Baj Horhor la- I
lands Riverside.
altman. Batty k. '". 1815 N'.!:
125th T.-r Levitt,
HAZEN. Jerome D.. 73, 37S4 Bboridai
Am-., M.B. Cordon. lnternwM ill. I
Sinai.
JACOBS. Anna. '.'4. 2H80 Poll*! F.asl
l>r Riversra*
KRAUS. Mai. us. K. '"'I S VV lllld
si Itlveralde,
_EVEY. tieorce s. 70, i*3is Byron
Ave., M U Riverside. Interment Ml.
S111.1I
-,'ANASSE. Ariin. 88, 7'."i Harding
We., Ml'- Blaaberg
miller, Joaeph a.. 85, 3801 Collins
\\,- Ml'. Gordon
MOSHER, Molly. "4. 8917 Collins Ave .
m U Riverside.
newman, Fa.mi.-. 83, 10190 E Bas
Harbor Dr. l-evltt.
= SUL. Irvine Lou, SSSG ColUnt Avi
\i II Riverside.
iioTHMAN, Daiutie, 78, MO 13th si .
M r. Oordon.
ARTHURS. Ann. 89, 31..... Collins
\ve M.B. Newman
casey. Joseph, "-. '>" Ocean '"'
\i ii Newman.
FANBURG. Ann It. -. .H81 SW.
11 Hi St. Itiv.-i-s:il.- Interment Mi.
FINKELSTEIN, Julius, 100 N.W.
'n-itll SI l.-viti ...
harris, Samuel, 68, :>S38 Collins
V\- SurfsMe. Riverside.
30SE. Abraham, 83, 600 Ocean Dr.,
rubin! &TdrV. 5 N Venetian Dr.
ItUeratde. Interment Ml *''}"' ,
-HANE. Arletie, 33, S750 CoIIHih Ave.,
M u, Riverattle. p.n.
SHAPIRO, Herman. 75. 13.9 Fenn
aylvanla Ave.. M.B. >"*"' Kl|
ST ITT, Florence C 64, *"" *"'
Point Dr. Iiiv.tsI.I.-
TENZER. William P.. .' ->
sin.I SI Riverside
WOLFSON, Samui I J B2, Is." >.&
I69th St Rlverrtde. ., ,
BACKER. MM D. f4. 1601 B..
\ a Miami Gardens i Levitt.
\M- Riverside. south
ROBINS. 1>-"1'>. 'V,,-4
Shore Dr, 5.B.-M^Hf'S w ,77.1.
trutt. Frelde.. *. -1"1 N "
we'.s'kc^f^ Jam.-s. 10246 Collins
AAVRON^ MlUon"; 69, I", Km.. P.....'
I SI
Ni-bo, ...
OOLDBLATT, Ad.laid
102nd St Levitt.
,eviten. Bather.
IS41 S.B
1799 S V 'sib
Happenings
>lr. ;ind Alrn. IrvlitR Millor
hosti .1 .i party in their home in
honor at Herbert Turr, author
an 1 lecturer, following his talk
:it Temple Beth Sholom last
weekend, which was part of its
Culture and Fine Arts series.
Miami aii-lino executive T.
TtMMMM Dngthn has been named
chairman of the 1971 Easter
S.,,| CamiiHicn. according to an
announcement uiudo by Milton
K. Adkius. president of the Crip-
pled Children's Sx-iety "The
Easter Seal Society). Mr. Dugan.
Manager Administration, FJast-
ern Airlines, serves as first vice
president of the Society.
Fund-Raising Candy Drive
Ahavat Shalom Congregation's
Yiuth Group, which meets each
Sunday at 6:45 p.m. in the tempi.'.
!)Rr> SW 67th Ave.. is raising funds
through a candy drive, it has been
announced. Persons wishing infor-
mation about .the group are in-
vited to call Sharon Zalis or Nor-
man Richman.
lipschitz, Benjamin, 7", ijsj < \\-
SHApiro'i1,''1' u":rnl-"< Ml Nebn
SHAPIRO. Marry C 7,. |j;,-, .-|li.,t
\x. M b. Riverside.
weitzen. Manrarel P., go, |om
,...l'.'LAv'- M-B' Riverside
ZIMMERMAN, William, 85, 520 \v
38th SI Mil. Blaaberg
SOLOMON. Maurice, 7" r,:. v fc-
v-..-.i si Onrdn-n.
*PTEi Carol Lynn, l. 39s NE ItOUi
St. Gordon. Interment Mi \. i,
Barrett. Williii.n, ISM Bay ltd
Ml! Rlaabi n.-.
BERGMAN, IrviiiK A. 7-. 1601 ME
I9lal St l.i viu.
hazen, Jerome D., 7.:. ::7st Bherldari
Avi mi; OOrdon. Interim'.it Ml
Sinn I,
himmelstein. Samuel, 71, 17-.
NB 303rd Terr, luven Id*
MOSHER. Molly, 71. 6917 Colline Ave
Ml: Klveralde.
yomen. Benjamin Wolf, 550 9th si .
M.B. Riverside Intermenl Mt, si
"iii
COHEN, Samuel, 77. S80 \K 169th St
l..-viu. Intermenl Lakeside.
EHRLICH. Morris. 79. 8SO10 Marcos
I>r N.M.r Riverside.
frischling, Bertha t.. 91, Men
Byron \x. M.B. Riverside.
gale, .'ini w.. ::. 831 KB 177th si
I..-VMI. Intermenl Lakeside.
LAVIGNE. 1.....nli.ii, 69, 534 B4th Si ,
M. It New man,
MARX. Meyer 87, 1311 Meridian Av< .
M.B Blasbera;.
napers. William, :.'.'. '': Collins
x\ m.ii Riverside.
HOFFMAN, Rose, 77. 3903 PolM Ka.-I
In- Riverside; Intermenl Lnkestdi
LEVEE. Jos. nli O., 73, 914 1- ill St.,
M iv Riverside
LEVY. Louis, 80, 303.1 Calais Dr.,
Ml'.. I., viu. Interment Laki side.
NEWBERCER. Florence, 50, 17928
X\v T'li Ax,-. Riverside. Interment
Mdile.
RODE. Joseph, 76, !"' Arajfon Avi
Coral Oables. Rlvi rslde.
SCHNEIDER. Ida, 74. :i.'" CnllUls Av<
xl || Itlveri Ide. Interim nt Lak< -
diamond, Helen, 74, li^i KE I71et
Si. Itlveralde.
EISENBEHG. Anna Dorothy. 71. 297P
sw ;.;li Si. Riverside, lul......
GO^d! Henrietta, 57, I4S0 Uni oln
ltd y, I'. Kix.-l.~nl.
GOLUB. Sarah, 8b, 28a8 Leonard i
Riversiile. ..
LIEBOWITZ, Kdxxald S ... I1M
Marseilles Dr., M.B. Blaaberg
LOGUE. Bernard, 51, 8O30 SW 8th
Ti r Riverside,
MITTLEMAN, Rabbi Abraham s.
78, 177.1 Jam-.- Ave., M.B. River-
aide
RUBIN, Max, 88, 133 3rd St., M D
Riverside.
STREICHER, Jerry J., '.7. M.B. New-
man.
wurtzel. Maurice, BO, 57.....olllns
Ave M.B Riverside.
ZOLA. Marlon, 1780 Collins Ave.,
M i; Blaaberg
BRAUDE. Helen, 74. 532S Collins Ave .
M.B Riverside.
GLASSNER. Sidney, 88, 151 ME 52nd
St, Riverside, Intermenl Lakeside,
GOLDBERG, Abe, ''': 14050 KB 8th
Ave.. K.M It X.u ma.i
GOLDIE. Sol. I., 77. 1999 KH 17:lrd
si, K.M.B. Riverside. Interment
Vista Memorial.
GREENBERG. Hurry. 73, 702 Uh SI
M Ii Riverside, Intermenl Ml Kebo
LESSER. Howard, 88, 713S Oollina
Ave M B. Riverside
LEVY. Joseph, 76, 1694 West Ave.,
M It NVirnuui
SCHALLER. Maxwell, 7s. :|s.il s
Hi-ran Dr., Hollywood Riverside
adelman. Jack, 86 160 KE 53rd St.
Gordon Intermenl Mt. Kebo.
DUBIN, Mas. 76, 335 Ocean Pr Riv-
erside. Interment Beth El Oardenn
MOSKOWITZ. Max, 77. 320 Collins
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WURTZEL. Benjamin. 76, 1453 K.
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AUERBACH. Edward, 7-. 1809 Hii. k- '
. '; Avi lordon,
CAMNER. Robert, 32, 5068 SW MUl
i'- Oordon. Interment Star of David.
FRIEDMAN. Mas. 79. r.:;<; Jefferson
Mt. Sinai.
GOLDBERG, Murry. 66, 14050 KE 6th
Avi Newman.
GORDON. William s. 77. 1141 Mar-
-..ii. Dr M B liix. rsldi
HOROWITZ. David, 69, 2363 Pine
Tr- I : M.II ;:.\ ld< lul. Mil. nl
l KAUFMAN. Morris, '. .;si.| Colllna
\ve., M.B lordon.
kono. Jack, 63, n;i i-olllns Ax- .
Mil Blasbera
LILLE. Syamu d, 74, ion West Ave.,
M r. Riverside.
mendel. Manuel, 21, I'm;.' NW Mth
i-i 1.. vill.
SEMARIA. LIs 80, 910 Weal Ave.,
M.B Rlverslili
SOLOMON. MorrlO, 7:.. 1250 West
Ave .xl i; Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
SjshSKV. Marx A 62. 930 KB 160th
SI Rlverslda
WEINSTEIN. Lillian Kechcles.
-7 11930 Ts'. Daysliote '.*r. River-
side. Interment Mt. Kebo.
Services Held For
Haclassah Leader
Mrs. S. Z. Sakrais
Fum ral si rvices were held last
week at the Riverside Chapel for
Mrs. Kittv Sakrais. a Miami
Beach resident since 1948, whose
home was at T.'x.'S sisi Street.
Mrs. Sakrais, a past president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassab and the morlda Region
of Hariassah. was first president
BBSB^tassstaRhej] s. Wise Oeetsp ot|
the Miami Beach Chapter, sin-
was ,-i member of Fladassah's Na-
tional Board, and also held mem-
bership in 11:,- South Florida Zi-
onist Council and tin- Greater
Miami .lexxisii Federation. She had
served as chairman of the Wom-
en's Division for State of Israel
1 io is in 1936 and 'i959. and went
to Israel with the American
Wcmcn's National Leadership egation.
Mrs S ki .-is survivi d by her
husband. Samuel Z.: her son, Dr.
Leonard M., and daughter, Mrs.
Lois Jacobs; four brothers and twi
grandchildren.
K0BLEY
l)|{ DOKA1 n E 15, -I' -.sj. Kum-
'iu.il. I'm..mil Ornve passed nu.iv
Sunday, n. -,n." a resldi nl hi n ::
x. a, .. ming from K.Y.C Hi u ai
ii mber of the American College
f Surgeons, American Ophthalm
ologlcnl \ssoc, a dlplomate nf the
Boanl i-f Ophthalmologista, staff
iii mhi r nf mi Sin.,i Hospital and
Cellar* nf Lebanon Hospital Sur-
vived i'v his daughter Karen Inn.-.
s.n Kir!. Van, both "l M B.. mother
Mrs Miriam Koblej of MM. Iiroth-
era Stenhen J, and Richard l> Kob-
I, y both ni K.V., grandmother Mrs
Sarah Seellg of X V aunt i. 81
Bttllnger of N ^* Services were hehl
ai Blaaberg i Impel.
Poale Zion Founder
Baruch Zuckerman, 83
JERUSALEM UTAi Baruc l
Zuckerman, 83, founder of Foal
SiOn. cofounder of the U'1,1 Id Ji v
.sh Congress and a leading Zionisl
deoloKist, died here Sunday. M
Zuckerman. a native of Vllnn,
Lithuania, was national president
if the Foale /.ion, which he forme .
immediately after his arrival i -
he United States in J90-1. He ";-
in- of the founders of the Hi--
tadrut campaign in \9X\. and i
VM9 became a member of th
American section of the Jewis
Agency, serving as head ol r-
Latin American division.
A prolific writer, Mr. Zuckei -
man afso served as editor ol th
Foal Zion weekly "Zlchre-not." n
settled in Israel after his retin -
ment in 1956
MANNHEIMER
Isaac, 92, of 1730.71 si M i; ,.
' ssi<> Dei ii'. Mi- Mannheimer v
the husbs d of ill- late Sadie ui
rather ..i the late Milton, l.i
of M.B. Mr Mannheimer is -in
xiv. d by his daughter Mrs cini
(Maurice) Olasser of M.B. and Ml
Ethel (Daniel) Cohn nf Detroll. h
liri.ili-r-iH-l.iu Morris J. Escoll
Phlla., Pa., liis sister-lii-htw Mi
Sara Harris nl XI H Ins dnugl
in-liux Mrs. Sybil (Milton) Mai
nhelmer nf M i: 7 grandchlldr.....i
j great -grandchildren Mr, Mai -
li-mi-i retired from the Milliai
Manufacturing Rm KYI'
I960 when he mni ad to vi r. in
established a private m hoi I M
Mannheimer was ., life member
Temple Rmanu-BI the Mason
Truth I." Ige of NYC II
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the direction of the Kewman Kuiu -
al Home.
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Friends and relatives are asked to attend.
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iTewIslh Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 18, 1970
Section C
. aces
O t
WHAT OX KARTII?
People who pass Marcie and Aaron Kanner's
house do a double-take. Hanging from a branch
of their wide-spreading tree is a long narrow cage
with u croaking and cawing orange and bine
bird in it. Rumor has it that the bird Dew onto
their premises and no one has claimed It. Who
would want to?
A B!<; WEEKEND
Judge Donald Barmack and his wife, Carolyn,
took their two youngosl children, David and
Carol, to West Kud in the Bahamas to fish.
(Their other two girls, Cathy and Debby, had
gone visiting instead of coming home from col-
lege for Thanksgiving, i Carolyn, who caught a
turtle on her hook, gave it to the hotel which
made turtle soup from it. The Barmacks didn't
eat any: they had to hurry home in time for
Daddy to attend the Miami City Commission
meeting where he was sworn in as Miami Mu-
nicipal Judge while his family watched. I find it
hard to believe that the boy I remember as a
tiny sailor in bell-bottomed trousers with a little
white hat cocked over on." < ye, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Barmack, now is himself the father
of four.
DINNER TURNED OUT TO BE A SURPRISE
Miriam and Sam Goldstein planned to go to
Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club for dinner
with Reva and Irving Woxler. They thought that
their daughter. Sandy, was going to an Alpha
F.psilon Phi Rho dinner, instead, Sandy had ar-
ranged a delightful 25th wedding anniversary
dinner party for her parents. When they wen!
into the lounge for cocktails and everybody
shouted "Happy Anniversary," they were com-
pletely bewildered. Steak Tartare was the piece
distance of the.hors d'peuvres; the anniver-
sarj cake was magnificent, rythlpg in !>-
tween was terrific i" i The Goldsteins were lit-
erary swamped with Ivei ni I rs > p sents.
(Not that it is any of my busin ss, bui I think
th i the sliver ann < m ild be change 1 i i
ste !. Anywaj you l n ': at It
hard to cl an!)
Among those who wcr there t" help the
Goldsti Ins c 'lebi and Mrs. i
Rosen, Mi. ai d Mi s. A Mr. and Mrs,
David Porvir, Mr. and Mrs. M is >s Baum, Judge
and Mrs, M?, i Brilli n1 M n I M,t Hy
rl and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Strumps Every-
one was having such a good time that the staff
had to turn the li ;hts o it i thej woul 1
go home.
THAT'S MV SCHOOL
I was proud that Miami Beach High School
band was one of those selected to play in the
Orange Bowl last Saturday night. When I was
presidents of its P.T.A..wehad the most gorge-
ous band uniforms II went to the Miami Beach
Council to get them" and the worst musicians
of any band in Dade County, although I wouldn't
admit it. I was also proud when the terrific arti-
cle on integration about the school where I am
teaching nowappeared In the evening paper.
Carver Junior High School, in Coconut Grove,
has the most wonderful principal named Charles
Gray. I'm doing the school paper, which is called
the Carver Clarion. Win n I to'.d my boss, Fred
Shochet, that I'm having the hardest time not
rewriting the articles that th-> children hand in,
he laughed and said, "Well Frances, now you
know how I've felt for years!" Anyway. I love
teaching seventh grade English, even when the
kids call me "Old Lady Lehman."
DON'T GET YOUR FEELINOS HURT
If you didn't get your engraved invitation to
Aaron and Marcies Kanner's annual Orange Bowl
Buffet this year don't look askance at your
Rabbi Schiff Will Conduct
Special Chamikah Services
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Community Chaplaincy
its president for 15 years, became a charter
membl r of the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School in low-
er Manhattan on May 21. 190.1 and Florence
has the charter to prove it. If you want to read
the book ask Florence for her copy.
AT THE IWMIKLI.ENK HOUSE
The Greater Miami Alumnae Association and
the Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Sorority
at Ih'' University Of Miami gave a desert tea
honoring their national president, Mrs. Norman
Brown, in their rooms in the Panhellenie Build-
ing recently. In the receiving line was Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Steven Tobin. Mis. Fred Ober and
Nadine Alter (active president l. It was easy to
tell the alums from the actives, although -Mrs.
Aaron Farr, an honorary, looked quite mod in a
Paris dr. ss with high boots. She was a little
mad, too having to ride around quite a while
before she found the Panhel Building. (That is
just figuratively speaking Myra never really
gets mad. i Other guests included Mrs. Charles
Pinkelstein, Marshall Rosenberg (he's Z.B.T. Mrs.-
Charles Krugliek. Miss Marilyn Cohen, Mrs.
Martin Spector. Mrs. Alfred Cammer, Mrs.
Arthur Clark. Mrs. Alfred Cannier, Mrs. Jess
Splrer, Mrs. Samuel Gray and Mrs. Sam Elinoff.
Guests from other sororities included Mrs.
Morton Grant, Mrs. Robert Rosen. Mrs. Victor
Reiter, Mrs. Joseph Klein, Mrs. Charles Mills
(acting Dean of Women at the university), Mis.
Paul Brown, Mrs. Jerome Halpern, Mrs. Martin
Spector, Ms. Jeanne Rothschild, Mrs. Jeanette
Good, Mrs. Howard Kat/en. Mrs. S. Ronald Pal-
|< :, Mrs. Robert Werner and Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
It was a white gloves, no pants-sail affair. Real
nice for a change, Mrs. M. Weinstein (honorary)
bam hi h r cut; sis' r, Mrs. David Levy, who
is \: !> InR her from Ni w I Tli ans.
IN PERSON
poison" was !.v i linnelli, pros
ii Council of Ji wish Won n al Mi
Beach Convention Hall with T.V. comedian
Mortj ;.: ty. But there wi re a lol >l i th r
si ns there, als >: Mr. and Mrs. B irtz, Mrs.
Rose Han is. Mr. and Mrs. Sit col Mrs. Arthui
Win s. Suzanne Levy, Mr. and Mrs. -
ney Schwartz and thcii house guest, Mrs. R
Brown from Chicago; Mrs. Charles Efroysom,
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Kaplan and her sisl
.1. si ph Lowi : Mrs. l.il I ipski and Ray and ll I n
Pell, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Packard ,jusl home from
their honeymoon. Mrs Ben Dickstein, Mr. and
Mrs Harold Relnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Decks, Mrs. Ethel Nagler, Dr. and Mrs. Victor
Lenchner, Joseph L. Pallant and his bride-to-be.
Carol Brandt, who will live in Miami after th"ir
wedding next March. Then there was Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Mint/. Mrs. Use Simonhoff, Mrs. Capell
Ascher, Mrs. Milton Jacobson, Miss Marilyn
Babitz, Mrs. Helen Rudolph. Mrs. Rae Rosenthal.
Council's president, Mrs, Norman H. Cohan gave
a speech of welcome and called three of her
chairmen to the staee to receive huge boxes of
what appeared to be flowers. The three were Mrs.
Philip Friedman, Mrs. Adrian Thai and Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg.
Among the others there were Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Schiff. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Marko, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mr. and
Mrs, Stanley Myers.
THANKSGIVING IS LONG PAST
But the Fred Obers remember it. They had a
party Thanksgiving Eve for Mr. and Mrs Steven
Manto their cousins who were visiting from New-
York. Steve had been a student at the University
of Miami so the Obers had some old school
LEO EISENSTEIN
DID YOU READ IT?
Florence Kuppcrman is very proud of her
father Abraham J. Lesser even though he isn't
here to hear her say it. His name is mentioned
in the book called "Brownsville," by Alter F.
Landesman. As founder of the Ycshiva Rabbi
Chaim Berlin which was located at 1899 Pros-
pect -PI., Brooklyn, N.Yi Mr. Lesser Avho was
i_Jum................iiwiiiiiawr -" "*'.......-"'*" 'ir
j-rancta
JCM
Service, will conduct special serv-
ices commemorating Chanukah at
various institutions in the com-
munity. Leo Eisenstein, chairman
of the Chaplaincy Advisory Com-
mittee, has announced.
Services will be held at the Suni-
land Training Center, Douglas Gar-
dens Jewish Home for the Aged
and the Dade County Jail. Rabbi
Schiff will also officiate at the
candlelightlng ceremony at the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami's
Chanukah service on Friday. Dec
25, which is part of its Family
Da> program.
The Community Chaplaincy
Si V\ V ', four led in 1966, and spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in association with the
Rfibbinical Association of Greater
Miami, is designed to fulfill the
basic Jewish principle of "Bikkur
Cholim" visiting the ill. Under
this program, vfsits are made to
Jewish persons confined to h is-
pitals and other institutions in
Dade County who are not affili-
ated with any synagogue.
Serving on the Chaplaincy Ad-
visory Committee with Mr. Eigi
stein are: Jack Katzman, vice
chairman; Walter S. Falk. and
Sam J. Helman, honorary chair-
men; Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Am; Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion: Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-Fl: Sam
Goldman, Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs
Florence Kuppcrman, Barry Ku-
tun. Max Mansfield and Irving
Rubin.
Lee Ruwitch To Be Breakfast Speaker
Harold Malin, president of Tem-
ple Beth Am's Brotherhood, has
announced that Lee Ruwitch.
owner-publisher of 'Miami Re-
vi, w" and the "Broward Review,"
will be the guest speaker al the
Temple's Congregational Break-
fast, Sunday.The break: isl will be-|
[in 9:30 a.m. In the Social Hall
of the temple.
Ruwitch served as ex
;'. i re presid n( at ;
WTVJ, < I
Hi .;. .\"" linl d by 1
: .',. to ili Offii of i->
,: fo i ; term in
ilso soi ved as Pi '
- : 2, 1 nal TV
'.11 '
\ :., i| the i "himb -r of
.-cc, he was '- with
11 ss B
I on the National A
ol rj ten Editoria
from 1939 to 1982 He is
Ihe owners ol WAVS Radio in
Fort Lauderdale and is secretary-
treasurer and a half owner of
Ra lio Station WMMB. Melbourne.
Born in Escanaba, Mich.. Mr.
Ruwitch graduated from the Uni-
versity of Mlchii an In 1939, and
served as a Lieutenant in the U S
Navy from 1942 to 1945. He has
lla i si rved in executive capacities
with the Florida children's Com-
missi in; The Chil Ir -n's H ne So-
ciety, The Children's A
and the l 'a le County I'
I .- < hil Ir in i nd Youth.
Kniffhts Meel Mondav
\ r pil.tr mi i he G
hwir !. >d| No
Pythias w II b hel on I
, 7:30 p n. ;.. the Surfs: I Com-
mity Center, Chancel] >r I
; ;. Rj h I W i- man h is
announced. An vet
it for the Knights and th -ir
' 'aiiies plus i SOCi ll get-t I '
will be the feature of the evi n
neighbor and wonder why your name was dropped frjPnds over to say hello. Dr. Michael Guber
from the list. This year Marcie and Aaron decid-
ed not to have it. It was a tough decision, since
they have been hosting them since 1941. and
traditions are hard to give up. An era is passing.
brought his guitar and his wife and everyone sat
ed. Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs. Fred
around singingif that is what it could be call-
Felser, Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Gelles, Dr. and Mrs.
Mel Sarnaw. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Blass. Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Savitz. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Glassman.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Krochnal, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Tillis and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mandel.
,;...' .!(*.' '
The Hon. Yitzhak Rabin, (upper left) Ambassador of
Israel to the United States; Dr. Abraham J. Twerski.
Clinical Director, Department of Psychiatry, St. Francis
General Hospital of Pittsburgh; Rabbi Menachem H.
Eichenstein. Chief Rabbi of the Vaad Hoeir of St. Louis;
Rabbi Israel Miller, (lower left president of the American
Zionist Federation; Dr. lack Sable, Director of the New
York State Office for Community Affairs; and C. Daniel
Chill. Chief Counsel to the Minority Leader, New York
State Assembly, were among the featured guest
speakers at the 72nd Anniversary National Biennial
Convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America in Washington, D.C. Some 2,100 dele-
gates were present during the five-day conclave of the
bi-national organization serving over 3.000 synagogues
throughout the United States and Canada.


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+Jew!*li Fkridian
Friday, December 18. 1970
Rabbinical Association's
Guide For Jewish Parents
The Rabbinical Association of Givator Miami has issued a
iui.le lor Jewish Parents Regarding Christmas" in the form of
io,iions and answers on the Jewish attitude toward the holiday,
Mich is a major Christian holy day celebrating the birth of- Jesus.
The purpose of the "Guide," Issudd in the name of the A&socia-
OO by its president, Rabbi Sol Landau,, spiritual leader of Beth David
'ongrcgatkm, and executive vice president. Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
ireetor of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Community
. "haplainey Sci vice, is "to assist Jewish parents in the confusion and
B inflicts which the holiday pases for tliem and their children," Rabbi
. lnilnu said.
Q. Isn't Chrislmus a u.it ional hotkUy which alt JtNM can ob-
MN In iroort (onsrinnce?
A. Banks and government aireneies do close, but above all things,
irlstmaS is a major Christian holy day which celebrates the birth
Jesus, the Christian Messiah. To suggest to our Christian friends
ill Christmas is anything else would be presumptuous. Christmas is
not in the same category as Thanksgiving Day. Fourth of July.
: Kcoration Day. or any other American holiday. Since we do not
gard Jesus as our Savior, we can not in good conscience observe
Christmas. To do so Is to violate our religious principles.
Q. How do Christian elertrvmen and the responsible Christian
laity retard the RVSMsStt?
A, Responsible Christian leaders bemoan Hie perversion of the
lrisimas season and are trying to do something about it. Christian
ergymen and laymen constantly Bpeak out against the commerciali-
Hon of the Christmas celebration. It is a religious holiday, and
: mid be regarded as such.
({. Would it not lie the belter purl of discretion to "ko along"
with our Christian neighbors, even if il means observing- Christ-
inas'*
A. No matter Involving violations of strong religious convictions
.11 lie regarded as trivia] or minor. The true spirit of Americanism
OUM never compel anyone to act in conflict with his freedom of
inscience. Our early American forebearers came to these shores
precisely for the opportunity to worship G-d according to the dictates
: Hi ir hearts.
1- What about the Christmas tree?
A. The Christmas tree is distinctively a Christinas symbol. Since
hriatmas is for Christians, the Christmas tree is appropriate for
"hristians only. The Christmas tree has no place in the Jewish home,
or should any child be compelled to participate In observances in-
Iving Christmas trees.
<{. should Jewish children participate in Christinas parties in
the ooIiIm sellouts?
A. Parties designated as Christmas parties or having the appear-
ance of Christmas parties, have no place in the public schools. Winter
r year-end parties of a general nature are acceptable.
<{. Is it appropriate to jrive gifts to Christian friends'
A. it is appropriate to give Christmas, sifts to our Christian
riends. However, it is not appropriate to present Christmas gifts to
." cwa
Q. Should Jewish child,en participate in Christum* pUiys in
public schools?
A. No. Christmas plays geneially portray religious themes which
ive no place in a public school. On the other hand, some schools
old a so-called "Winter Festival" in which an attempt is made to
void all religious connotations. It is sometimes difficult to draw the
listinction, but if the parents feel that the performance is free of all
ligious overtones, children may certainly participate.
Q. Shaultl Jewish children stag Christmas enrols?
A. Not Carols, being religious hymns, do not belong in the public
Retool. Jewish children should not be required to sing hymns which
mbody a theology they do not accept. Neutral songs that have no
eligious references however, are acceptable.
Q. Do we harm our children by directing them not to participate?
A. No. The classroom is one among many places which reveals the
\Lstence of differences. We further our children's personal growth
tnd maturity by teaching them that they can respect the faith of
heir neighbor without embracing that faith. \VY can clearly mark
these differences by such simple statements as, "This is what we do,"
-md "This is what we do not do."
Q. What about other Jewish children who participate In Christmas
observances in the i.uhlic schools?
A. There are now. as there always have been, parents who do not ac-
cept the viewpoint of responsible Jewish leadership. They proceed on
heir own when they permit their children to participate in Christ-
n.'s observance*. This confuses the children of parents who do follow
I he thoughtful recommendations of Jewish leadership.
Jewish parents will help their children most if they (1) accept
ive ally In the ranks of Jewry as a normal condition in the Amer-
i'-. environment: (2>know and understand the thinking of respon-
sible Jewish leadership and recognize that most parents are anxious
lo follow it. and f3) assure their children that despite the participa-
lon of some Jewish children. Jewish ieaders have taken a strong
. osition for non-participation in observances of a holiday not their
wn, and this is also their position.
<| Would not the entire iiro'ilcm be solved in the public school
l>\ fsM Chri.stiii-is and Chanukah celebration?
A. No. It is a violation of the Constitution to observe any sectarian
olktay in the public school, be it joint observance or otherwise, We
do not correct an error by compounding the error.
Q. Should Chaiui'-ah be celebrated in the public schools?
A. No. To do so violates the Constitution, uses the taxpayer's
loney for sectarian ptn-poses and jeopardizes the principle of th<*
Beparatifen of church and state, without which there can be no religi-
I reeilom.
Steiimiaii Named
Board Chairman
Joseph Perlmutter. presiilent of
the North Dade Children's Center,
has announced the ap|K>intment of
I>'o Steinman as chairman of its
board of directors.
Mr. Steinman. who has been a
member of the board of trustees
Since the inception of thi Center
in 1866, is an executive of the
Riverside Memorial Funeral Chip*
els of 'Florida anef'has "HMg bevn
actively interested in Yo'ith wel-
fare. He is a Big Brother i^d also
serves as chairman of Youth Wel-
fare of the Miami Showman's
Association.
A National Commander of Com-
munity and Veterans Affairs of
B'nai B'rith, a mcmlier of the
Board of Directors of the Jewish
Home for the Aged Men's Club.
Mr. Steinman serves on the hoards
of the Variety Children's Hosp ta
and the Hope School, and has h --n
actively associated with the Oper-
ation-Self-Help program since its
inception last year.
On a recent visit to the Center.
Mr. Steinman observed the need
for expansion, and began planning
- ries of fund-raising activities
to b nefit the building fund. The
initial event will be a holi la) fes-
tival tto be held the last week
nd ..f i )eeember.
/sta rrts/\*
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Packman of Miami Beach are handed
their plane ticket* by Mrs. Ellaine Honig (left), Assistant
vice president cf American Snvirgs & Loan Association of
Miami Beach, prior to their departure on National Airlines.
The Packmen*, who were among 7,003 entrants in a draw-
ing held by American Savings az part of the opening festivi-
ties fcr their soon-to-be-completed branch effi-re at 120]
Lincoln Road Mail, Miami Seech, hid their choice of desti-
nations anvvvhere in the continental United Stales.
SIMCHAS
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Ever deeper into the desert, land barren for millennia now
blooms with lush crops including vegetables and melons,
thanks to Israel's national irrigation that brings water from
Tiberias south into the Negev. Shown here is a tomato field
of the Ein-gedi kibbutz in the Judean Desert. The muslin
tenting protects the vines from excessive sun and preserves >
precious moisture.
# A CUP OF YUBAN COFFEE *
Yuban creates moments of matchless Joy for the coffee lovers
because it is made to be the best tasting coffee that ever cama
out of a can or jar. Yuban costs a little more but it has to__
for flavor and aroma so rich that every sip is a simcha, every
cup a joyous occasion. "*
The Simcha Coffee i
K Certified Kosher
The premium coffee ol
eneral Foods. Yuban Is
registered trademark
ot General Foods Corp.
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Friday, December 18. 1970
V'Jenisff: flaridKbn)
Interview With 1st Jewish Congresswom an
Iy JACK SIEiiEL .,.,,m ; .,... k _....__ ., .. .....
Page 3-C
Iy JACK SHBOEL
For a Jewish girl who learned
Yiddish from her grandfather,
! >ila Abzug's living room is
rangely Empire. Smack in the
addle of the room is a reeam-
er and on a wall a kind of Toul-
LautTOC poster. Mrs. Abzug,
Hie first Jewish congresswoman!
id that durjrtg the recent cam-
.Mign. which- he won in New
Vorlea 19th_ district they accused
In r (^'WBig'an XvM ess"***""****
I".!> where i,. the living room,
which I had a chance to survey
because Mr* Abzug, or Bella as
verybody calls her, was late for
ppointnwnt, Slie was late, not
'cause she is a woman, but be-
i tust -he is a politician. On a rack
ii< her famous Borsalino-type
hats nil wide belts. But Bella is
belter. Like a singer, she can
mi ^n with the high notes; she
a the facts and she communi-
t I mean, she comes across.
she is i Mama: her two
lie 18, .ind one 21 are both
solid'! as *''-' calls W and bv that
- does not mean their figures,
I i i: Ir attitudes towards life.
ing the election campaign,
lln Aia eh irged with bein
tlu Arabs and hard on Israel.
I she was supported by the
Democratic Coalition, 'made
reform Democratic clubs,
- baited by her opponent
i horn she called "the Mister Ag-
'" New York." But she Bald
'i" Heved firmly thai Israel
'Ive American "military
nd conomic assistance for sur-
vival."
key word seemed to be sur-
thai made Israel's
' alid i- >p i ised, for instance,
'' lii! reject! in of the war in
I ti i'ii. Isr te s cam is lust, she
he u Vietnam is not
i wast s ild she told
that to G '. n Roc
r< cent hi hi I I foi
i from New .
i : tha< the $50
irly Foi In I hina
I could in part be returned to New
York State coffers.
Facing Bella, with the sun from
my back and shining on her as she
paced, I could see some woman in
the kitchen in the rear; I could
hear some of their conversation.
The apartment in a small-village-
type house had been without hot
water and heart; outpide there was
graffiti otf. the walls of other
houses, one said "Free the Twenty-
Khfir
When I asked Mrs. Abzug about
the Egyptian cease-fire violations
and she said, "In spite of them, a
way must be found for direct ne-
gotiations between Israel and the
Arabson the original terms."
About the Palestinian refugees she
said, "That would be part of the,
whole package deal, and referred
to a recent Golda Meir statement
about a practical settlement good
foi a!' concerned.
One of the women came in from
the kitchen with coffee, which
Bella drank while standing and
resting the paper cup on the man-
tel piece. She talked about having
been in Israel in 1959 and how she
learned to re-Use the Hebrew she
hail studied at the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary's Teachers Institul-.
Mrs. Abzug plans to visit Israel
again and to study its Child Care
Program. Fron what she remem-
bered, Israel had an exce lent pro-
gram which could be adapt d by
the United States, she said. S'l
considered this program a vital
matter, since the lack of it, with
JO-W; nf llw nmiwn ,.",..!.:,,.. ;
the United States, "cji ttes prob-
lems In society." She said she
wanted to see for herself the
changes in brae] in genera! and in
the area of child care.
"How," I asked, "could these
ideas and programs be brought to
the attention of the government?"
S_ "By a lobby," she said. "Mi.si
Congressmen are approached by
people with special and specific
interests. When sufficient'pressure
mounts, they react." She intends
to reverse the procedure, she said.
She has plans for bringing pressure
on the people of her constituency
on matters of vital interest. She
wants to make THEM act.
When I called her a populist, she
did not disagree and said it fitted
in with her own idea of herself as
a "humanist." Which led to my
next questions, on anti-Semitism.
First, during her campaign, she
said, she had not felt or seen it.
But the question of the .lews in
the Soviet Union she called a seri-
ous problem which has to be
brought before the court of world
opinion."
"We must bring pressure on the
Soviets." she said, perhaps more
than is being done nowalthough
she drew the lit;'' on violence. As a
I iwyer, Bella said Soviet Jews
like people the world ever, should
have the right of "ingress and
"Most i> ;!." Bell i s dd, "wa**t
peace. But they j.-t diverte I by
false i nemli s and fight am me
their effort-: properly, this,'
- lid, will In parl o r $
educatin ; p K>ple for a ch nge."
While not a pacifist, she
work for peace, a pe ice based on
moral ethics along the lines I
not exclusive to, Jewish traditions
Which does not prevent her
h.T hu-lxind.fiom belonging to a
Shul, the Town and Village. It Is
Conservative. somewhat
Bella, a physical presi nee,
represents a force for change.
I got a sturdy handshake before
I left. Turning a corner. I saw still
another slogan painted on the wall
of a house in the neighborhood. It
said: "Nixon Beware."
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vJewist ikricfiar
Friday, December 18, 1970
/ What s Q-rOOuhtgi
Bv KITH SIKKIS
Fish is one of our favorite dishes. We love fish because of its
isti ..nutritional value, and the good things it docs to our figure.
' i! ::-! .- prepared properly, and served nicely decorated--
it can be a* very respectable dish; even ft* company. Be sure to
: v fish just before serving, so it will conic to the table warm,
crisp, and bursting with flavor.
BKST FRIKD FISH
2 this, water
2 taps, salt
1 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. paprika
4 this, oil
% cup margarine
2 lb. fillet .f fish i fillet of
sole is the best >
'.- cup fine bread crumbs
'_ cup flour
l egg
Clean the fish and pat dry with paper towel 'If you use
I ,/. n fillet, which i~ very good, thaw it before-hand'. In a me-
dium bowl mix the egg with water; mix th flour and bread
crumb- in a Inge, flat plate. Heat half the oil and margarine in a
I Ig -killet (the fat should just cover the bottom'. Add the rest
of the oil and margarine as necessary while frying.
Diji each piece of fish in egg mixture, sprinkle with salt,
pepper and paprika, dip in the flour-bread crumbs mixture. 'Be
-.lie to cover the fish completely.)
When the fat is hot. arrange three or four pieces in the skil-
let, fry quickly on medium heat, about three minutes, just till
the fish arc of a bright golden color. Turn with a spatula and
fry the other side. When turning, be very careful not to break
the piece. If you use a thick slice of fish, let it fry one more
minute on each side. Drain on a paper towel, arrange on a
be ted platter, garnish with thin lemon slices and parsley sprigs
and serve immediately.
The recipe, in this column were tested in my kitchen, and
then eaten by my family. While I am adventurous in cooking.
and love new and interesting dishes, my young daughters are
very conservative. They don't care t much for the dishes I
have gleaned irom exotic books or famous restaurants. They
enjoy mostly the dishes I have learned from my mother. They
C m detect grandma's dishes by their wonderful smell, rich sauce,
and appetizing color. No matter what I do, grandmother always
v. ins And thai is how the generation gap i* closed inmy family.

GRANDMA'S CHICKKV
1 chicken (about 3 lbs.} cut 2 cups chicken broth
into eight pice DompUags
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
3 tablespoons oil.
1 small onion chopped
'- cup water
'a teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons oil
j c irrots sliced
2 medium onions chopped
, celery root
2 cloves nl garlic
2 teaspoons salt
' teaspoon pepper
Heat 3 tablespoons oil in a big frying pan. fry all the chicken
- on i ll sides; transfer to a big pot. In the fat that remains
in the pan. fiy the choppen onions till just yellow. (Fry also the
in tin i I rry chopped onions till just yellow. 'Fry also the
s nail onion that you will use afterwards for the dumplings) Add
the fried onions, sliced carrots, celery, (which should lx>
d and cleaned) garlic, seasoning and broth to the pot. cover
ring lo a boil. Reduce heat and cook on medium heat thirty
minutes.
in the meantime, prepare the dumplings in a medium bowl.
Mix the flour, baking powder and salt; add the fried chopped
onions, oil and w iter, mix well until n soft dough is formed. With
on, take a small part ol the dough and drop it into the
p it. Et .' t, a ranging the dumplings around the chicken so they
won' touch each other. Try to have at least eight dumplings,
able to si rve two to each person.
am th( dumplings in the pot, cover and con-
iver low heal, checking oc
to see ili Id f i1 \aporates
nuch. The di>h is ready when tl r and the
and s rve hot.
i
The weather Is cold and wintry. The days are short, and
rtim seems I i come too early. When you are in a rush,
l.in still wanl in treat your family to a hot and hearty meal
here is a recipe which is comprised mainly of "convenience food."
Even if you generally prepare all dishes starting from scratch,
11 won't hurl to serve something good once in a while, yet easy
I i: you. This stew cj;n he preceded by fresh vegetables and fol-
lowed with a fruit dessert.

SPEEDY MEATBALL STEW
,'idund beef
1 can white potatoes (whole)
one pound
1 can small white onions
8 ounces
M. tsp. thyme or oregano
4 sprigs of parsley
1 pounds
I t.sp. salt
1 egg
1 cup small bread cubes
'i cup finely chopped onions
2 this, shortening
1 can beef broth
I can tomato soup
I can sliced carrots one pound
.Mix (he ground beef, chopped onions, egg, salt and bread
cubes In a large mixing bowl. Shape into twenty-four meat balls.
Brovtn Hie meatballs on all sides in a large skillet, pour off most
of the fat, add the two cans of soup. Drain the canned vegetables
and add to skillel, sprinkle with thyme or oregano, cover and
cook on low heal for twenty minutes, stirring occasionally. Top
with chopped parsley just before serving.
War Orphans 70
Festival's Project
Funds from the Chanukah Fes-
tival held annually by the Jacob
C Cohen Community Synagogue
and its Sisterhood are earmarked
, for special projects in the State
' of Israel. Last year. Rabbi and
Mrs. Tibor H. Stern distributed
more than 100 packages to wound-
ed and crippled soldiers in the
Vi ti tans Hospital in Jerusalem.
The same number of Chanukah
gift packages will be distributed to
children orphaned by the Six-Day
War through the proceeds of this
year's festival, scheduled to be
held in the Dcauvillc Hotel at
noon. Sunday. Dec. 27.
Rabbi Stern, who will have re-
turned from Israel four days prior
I to the event, is expected to give
a first-hand report on the situa-
i tion there during the Chanukah
' Festival and Kosher banquet.
The committee in charge of
the arrangements for the event in-
i eludes Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lieber,
Mrs. Althea Gerstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Lightman. Alex Lit-
' man, Israel Schenkman. B. D. Wil-
son, I. Flomenbaum. Kdmund Blei-
weiss, I. Brafman. I. Hershkow it/.
j Salomon Weisz. Samuel Taxin.
Mrs. Dora Drimmer. A. Ackerman.
j David Schwartz. Jacob Zweiban
j and Sol Krevat.
Reservations are available at
the office of the synagogue. 1532
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.

A reorganization of the central administrative structure of
the United Synagogue of America has been announced by
Jacob Stein, president. Under the new structure Rabbi
Bernard Segel (left) is being elevated to the newly created
post of executive vice president; Dr. Morton Siegel is to be
its executive director.
Hellmann's Mayonnaise
Holiday, Or Any Time
Hellman's has long been known
as the "whole egg" mayonnaise.
That makes a difference because
the whole egg flavor helps make
Hellman's light and delicate, never
detracts from other foods.
Try Hellman's now. and you'll
use it all year round.
Day At The Races*
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital (NCCH University of Miami
Hospitals and Clinicswas to have
its annual Day at the Races (1
Tropical Park on Thursday. A
fashion show was also scheduled,
and presentation of a trophy to
the winner of one of the race-
f
Make it by the pot. Not the percolator.
i
Yes, you make it by the pot. Not the percolator. We percolate the coffee in
our own percolators. So you don't have to perk it in yours. All you do is
place three tablespoons of Maxim in a pot, and add six cups of boiling waterj
And what you'll get is a potful of The Coffee. And a potful of The
Coffee tastes consistently good, because its flavor is freeze-dried
In. In fact we think The Coffee by the pot beats coffee by a perco-
lator. Maxim is K certified Kosher.

MAXIM-THE MAYVIN'S WAY


Friday. December 18, 1970
*Jcwisi Meridian
Page 5-C
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Miami Happenings
Thf Papuiirniaon Oftaoar Rr-
ereh Institute ai Miami has
elected three new Board mem-
bers, who will serve for three-
year terms. Dr. Inline Srhnttx.
director of the Institute, has an-
nounced. They arc .Mr*. Brn
Le\1n of Miami Ueach, Halter
Kaplan, lumbers Restaurant of
j Miami Beach, ami Miami Citv
Councilman 4. I.. lUumirier, Jr.
V Thanl. Secretary-General
of Rie United Nations, will lie
Client of honor and receive an
honorary degree at the ground-
breaking ce.vmony for Florida
Ililrriutfional I'niversity mi Mon-
day. Jan. J", Charles E. Perry.
president, his announced. It will
lie his first visit to Fl >i id i.
Miami his joined New York.
Washington and Chicago with
plush and exclusive clubs for
business and professional men.
The Standard Club of Miami has
o|M'rn-d new clubrooms and quar-
ters in the Duponl Plaza in down-
town Miami. Its Board ot Gov-
ernors is instituting a new pol-
ice of permitting female guests
for cocktail and dinner hours.
Luncheon however, remains ex-
clusive for members and male
guests only.
Harry A. Fall* has been se-
lected by the Jrttermtn National
Banks to attend Stonier Grad-
uate School of Banking tauuht
at Rutgers University for two
weeks each summer. Mr. Fa'k
is assistant vice president of the
Jefferson National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach.
A newly revised and updated,
step-by-step guide to the how,
why and whn of successful Flor-
ida gardening is being published
this week by University of Mi-
ami Press. It is "Florida Gar-
dening Month by Month," by
Nixon Smiley, with a foreword
by Marjory Steneuuui Douglas.
Three Jewish tl. -lists from
the Greater Miami area, Dr.
Albert E. Rtwnntiial of Miami.
Dr. Victor Lsnchner of Miami
Beech, and l>r. Morton Rus-n-
lilnth of North Miami B?ach,
were recently honored at the
convention of the American
Dental Association held in Las
Vegas, Nov. They were the re-
cipients of the honorary degree
of Fellow. American College of
Dentists.
Charles II. QreMltfeal <>i Fl >r-
idn. Inc. has appointed i
Blnmentlial as manager and co-
ordinator ol BurleiKb lions, ,
luxury high-rise condominium
apartments. The annmincirmeiit
was made by Lorry Mmst<-in.
director of management for the
real estate management firm.
Real estate broker and invest-
ment counselor (Jus BiriiHtrin
has been named vice president
of Tmiim- K.-:l|ty WVii.
a subsidiary of the Miami-based
Mortgage Corporation of Amer-
ica. His appointment was an-
nounced by Thomas K. Irelanil.
chairman of the board of MCA.
Larry Mizrach, who has b n
named president of King Hole.
Inc., Miami manufacturers of
children's snorts and swimwear,
will also act as national saV-
mnnuger, Harry Mlzr.toh, one of
the orufirnl founders of the firm
in 1946, has been named chair-
man of the hoard. Former pres-
ident F.li Milb-r has retired from
the firm, which has offices in
New York. Chicago, Dallas, At-
lanta. Los Angeles and San
Francisco,
Menorah Students
Arc Consecrated
Temple Menorah initialed the
children of its beginning Hebrew
class into their formal studies dur-
ing a recent Friday night cere-
1 niony in the main sanctuary' at
'which Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiated.
I Among the students who were
i consecrated and blessed by the
rabbi were Barry Spell. Hal Scho-
enfcld. Lee Applebaum, Thane
R( senbaum, Jeffrey Buskey, Mi-
chael Rothenberg, Jeffrey Frie-
1 feld, Esther Dik, Roxana Pundik,
! DoribesB Halpryn, Madeline Braf-
man. Rosalinda Maiman, Kim Ka-
shuk. Dora Maya. Cassie Spier,
Steven Polasky, Allen Breiter,
Philip Bakalchuk, Ixon Rodriguez,
.Mark Bernier, Julius Pint and
, Bug) nia Svi d.
Participants also included Barry
Blodinger, Adam Stankms, Maria
Englander, Israel Esquenazi, F.s-
ther Egozi, Linda Epelbaum, Todd
Fiseh. Brian Sueher, Bernard Kur-
, stein. Mitchell Lauer, Steven Weis-
berg, Arthur Weiss. Andrew It-
k.,ff. Ela Goldfarb. Sabena Weitz-
man, Jeaninc Olcmbcrg and Poly-
anne Morris.
i
A Kiddush for the entire con-
gregation followed the consecra-
tion services.
Handleman Elected
To Dropsie Board
Joseph Handleman, a leader in
many communal and cultural ac-j
tivitvs here Find in Detroit Mich.,
has been elected to the Board of
Governors >f The Dropsie Uni-
versity, William B. Thomas, chair-
man, has announced.
Mr. Handleman's gift earlier this
year established the Joseph and
Siii> Handleman Oommunieatimni
Center at Dropsie. The new Ceil-'
tr Wyi.JifiSeflrfih, the role which'
communications plays as an knstru-
. mcnl of man's search for humanity.
Dropsie, a non-sectarian non-theo-
logical graduate university, is the
inly Institution of its kind in the
United Slates completely dedi-
cated to the study of Hebrew,
Biblical and Middle Fast languages
ami cultures, and Jewish education.
M H tndleman retired in 1967
is pres'denl and chairman of the
board ol the Handleman Company,
a Detroit-based firm merchandis-
ing phonograph records and stereo
tapes on a national basis,
A gencous contributor to Israeli
causes and the United Jewish Ap-
: peal, Mr. Handleman also takes a
deep Interest in musical develop-
ment. A recent contribution to the
University of Miami in Coral
i Gables, established the Handle-
I man Institute of Recorded Music
there. Mr. Handleman also made
i possible the language laboratory
' in the Hillel Day School Building
I in Detroit.
AJCongress Chapter Meeting Schedule
A number of American Jewish |
Congress chapters have meetings;
scheduled this week, it has been
announced.
Goldfl Meir Chapter was to view
the film "50 Years
Jewish Congress" at
meeting Thursday at
Rendezvous Room
North, 5225 Collins
Beach. Mrs. Michael
is president.
of American
their regular
1 p.m. in the
of Seacost
Ave.. Miami
Was.serm.ann
Rev. John Jones of the Centr '.
Church was to address the regull '
meeting of the Justine Chapter on
the topic, "My Love Affair With
Israel" Thursday at 12*30 p.m. i'i
the Card Room of Island Terrac
Apartments, 5 Island Ave., Miami
Beach. Mis. Charles Greertberg -
president.
"The Maccaben Miracle Re-
born," by Rabbi A. Saites was to
l>e read bv Biiiah Barnett, program
vice president at the Louise Wis*
Chapter's regular meeting at 11:45
a.m. Thursday in the Algiers Hotel,
2555 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Joseph White is president.
"Similarities Between the Is-
raelites of Today and the Macca-
bees of Yesterday," presented by
Fay Danzig, form t national vice
president of American Jewish Con-
gress and the traditional candle-
lighting ceremony for Chanukah
were to highlight the Jade Winds
Chanter meeting Thursday, at
12:30 p.m. in the Tower at 1730
XK 101st St., North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Samuel Cantor is president.
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter was
to present "A Salute to the Festi-
val of Chanukah" at their regular
meeting Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in
the Social Hall ol Beth David Con-
gregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Mrs.
Benjamin Kamen is president.
Barnett Receives
Law Scholarship
l.'s'ie J. Barnett. 25, a senior n
the University of Florida's Colle
of Law, has been named the 1971
winter quarter recipient of the
S 0 Martha !',. Cnipepper Memo -
ial Law Review Scholarship.
The son of Mrs. B. Barnett. I
Island Ave, Miami Beach, was
honored for his work on tlie Flor-
ida Law Review and generally out-
standing performance in the C -
lege of Law.
Choice of each quarter's n
ent is made by student staff mem-
bers of the Law Review, a quar-
terly publication which contains
articles on Florida and Federal
law written by students and tpec-
I ialists in various fields. Student
members of the Law Review edi-
torial board are selected on the
i basis of scholorship and past pi -
; formanee in law review work.
The award honors the late M -
Culnepper who served as adminis-
trative assistant for the Law P. -
i view for 14 years prior to her i -
1 tirement In 1962.
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Friday. December 18. 1970
When Will Peace Come?
By CHARLES J. LEVIN
"When will peace come to
Israel?'' That was my question.
The owner of a small shop on
busy Ben Yehuda Street in Tel
Aviv repeated the question above
the roar ard rumble of clogged
streams of traffic that edged
past his door. "Not in our life-
time. Ho' can you deal with a
man like Nasser? When It's noon
he says it is midnight. H:s idea
of peace is our eventual oxtermi-
nation. Are we expected to agree
to that?"
A HAG AN AH veteran of re-
State days, now in his fifties,
who talked as he made his leunds
in guarding a vital Tel Aviv area
against possible terrorist attack,
had volunteered his time, with-
out pay.
"We hav-> almost forgotten
what it means to be at peace, to
be able to live and work like
other people." he replied. That's
all we ask, but we won't accept
the boundaries before the Six-
Day War as the price. We're not
going to go through 1948. 1956
and 1967 again.
"Of all the nations in the
world, only the Israelis cannot
enjoy the fruits of a victory that
resulted from enemy aggression.
1 understand there was quite an
outcry in America when you de-
cided to return Okinawa to the
Japanese after 30 years of occu-
pation. Other areas will never
be returned, but for Israel there
are special rules."
HE CAST a sharp glance at
the swarthy man lounging on a <
bench. "We've had no peace for j
30 years, but we're still here and '
crowing. If we are forced by a
cynical world to wait another
30 years, we will do it."
We passed the bench on th
ceennd time around. It was
empty.
"Peace? Possibly in 10 or 20
-,-. ars."
This was the consensus iround
the table in the small aoartment
of the Mevorachs, a third-foor
u-alkup in Old Jaffa. Seated with
the parents, who emigrated from
rl i several decades \
re their only s^n. Nissim, a
ill handsome formei par -
:rl. Dahlia, an ef- ,
' -\ scent blonde, and two of
Nissim's paratroop comrade;.
Nissim, Knell born, was bad-
ly w iunded before Gaza In the
Six-Day War. Though part
paralyzed '. cits around, drives ,
a car and works. The father is
I yed bv Srekem. Israel's
.n of the Army Post Ex-
change.
THr. PROSPECT of a long
period of no war, no peace," the
r said, "is not a p'easant
one. but we'll live with it." He
shrugged his shoulders. "We've
n doing it for years."
h'.ia was c""tain tha* a
fourth round was immin n'. The
attitude of the boys was one of
resignation, but with no special .
concern about the outcome. Only
the mother, looking tired and
worn, was silent. She served a
gi s? of hot milk to Nissim. and
tea and chocolates to the others.
Near the Mevorach apartment
and for miles along the beach.
the Jaffa slums were being
razed for a giant complex of
apartment buildings. The gov-
ernrr.ent wasn't permitting the
"disturbances" to interfere with
its planning and building for the
future.
"We hope peace will come, and
soon, but we still cannot see or
even imagine it."
THE SPEAKER was Dorith
Kinstler. a most charming and
petite biology maior at Jeru-
salem's Hebrew University whose
army service has been completed.
'One could hardly Imagine her
with an L'zzi machine gun or
hiking with pack to the top of
Masada.) She is preparing for a
serious career in a field that of- '
fers much promise to the coun- j
try, but declares. "For the pres- .
ent there isn't much we tin do
but protect ourselves and defend \
our country."
About the attitude of her I
friends at the university toward
the Arab students, she said: I
think that most of us hate them.
Since the bombing of our caf-
eteria last year. Every one of
them can be suspected lof be- !
ing terrorists* and no social or
other associations are possible."
"I don't understand you Amer-
icans.'' remarked a blunt and :
bitter reservist (an engineer in '
civilian ilfel as he waited, tired
and begrimed from his tour on
the Suez front, for a bus to take
him home to Haifa. "You scarcely
have a single friend in the woi Id <
on whom you can depend at any
of the crisis points where you
are Involvi d.
"YES, YOl' have men from
South Vietnam, South Korea,
the Philippines and other coun-
tiics with you in the main it is your troops
who have to do the fighting and
dying. There :s no real will for |
combat or victory among the
others some i>eople even re-
gard them as mercenaries, al- .
though I won't agree to that.
"Yet here in Israel you have a ,
friend for the asking, who will
stand ;' n 1th her own sold
a-k:r.g only that you sell for
profit, not give, the arms that
they need. You seem almost re-
signed to Russia's or Nasser's
domination over the Near East
neither of which are favorable to
American interests. It's both con-
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fusing and frustrating to us.
"President Nixon decides he
will be the judge of our military
reeds, not we who are on the
spot. This makes Israel a hos-
tage of sorts. We have to wait
until America thinks it's time
to send more Phantoms or Sky-
hawks. Suppose it is then too
late? Your mourning for us will
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ALL ISRAELIS can be said to
echo the recent statement of
;- I's ambassador to Washing-
ton, General Yitzhak Rabin who
"We are waiting for peace."
This is Israel's dream.
"If there were only peace, we
could mike our land the si-den
pot ef tp< Near East and help
our neighbors as well." This
is heard on all sides. It is
usually spoken in the wisful
tone one uses to the unattain-
able.
Yet th:s yearning must not
be confused with weakness Is-
rael is as one in her determina-
tion to keep the occupied terri-
tories ur.ti! the Arabs show a
willingness for peaceful coexist-
ence.
That willingness, the Israelis
say. can only be shown by sittmg
down at the negotiating table.
Anything that strengthens the
Arabs and weakens Israel is
viewed as a certain block to
peace.
ISRAELIS feel that the world
does not unaerstand the power
and significance of their love of
country th.-> historic right of
Israel to its ancient land and
the Jewish need of it. They
don't agree that the Jewish-
Arab confrontation is a squabble
between two super-heated an-
nists. They see it as a fight,
>!> the last, for worthwhile
Jewish existence, for the continu-
ance of both the religion and the
civilization under the optimum
conditions available only in the
Land of Israel.
After what happened to Jews
in the 1940s, the Israelis have
no intention of losing their fight.
If they are driven to desperate
measures, those measures will
be employed. _______
There is a deep yearning for
peace in Israel. There is a deep r
yearning for survival.
"When will peace come?"
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Featured in the program will lie
| the Prima Staters, a singing duo
! who will present favorite Chanukah
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Social dancing and refreshments
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Proceeds will he going to the
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Chanukah Dinner-Concert
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presentation of Hebrew, Yid l.-h.
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Chanukah Workshop On PTA's Program
Mrs. Joseph Abelow, past pres-
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In honor of the forthcoming fes-
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presl li nt of the organization
Another highlight of the meet-1
ling was chairman Mrs. Lawrence
Nal il'a novel tee-off of the theatre
Tarty to be held.Wednesday. Jan.
>. at 8:30 p.m. in the sh r i
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Friday, December 18. 197(J
This Week In History
40 Yours Ago This Weak: 1S30
Cardir.al Piffl. archbishop of Vi-
enna, endorsed Hie pre-Christmas
boycott of Jewish shops
The 273th anniversary of the
first American Jewdsb settlement
- in New Amsterdam (New Yorkl
inj 1H3.V a.c-'.ebratcd.
""The Polisfn ambassador to the
United Stat< issured American
Jevvivi i' i 'hat
ezarist Inst Polish
Jews would be removed.
Henrietta Szold. founder of
Hadassah. was "0.
The Soviet Union decided to
transport 4.500 Jews to the Crimea
and 1.419 to Bira-Bid.ian, and to '
increase the farming land there
for them.
Eight of the nine New York
N Idish theaters closed by an em-
ployee's -trike reopened with
shows featuring Maurice Schwarta,
Boris Tomashefsky, Molly Picon.
Aaron Lebedcff and Michael Mi-
chalesko.
"four little girl
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The Czernowltz. Rumania. Jew-
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"deserves not to be condemned
but to be canonized for all time."
Charles K. Harris, composer of
songs Including "After the Hall."
died In New York at the age oi 65.
The fiist new Spanish syna-
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1492 opened in Madrid \\ ith 30
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1" Years Ago This Work: I960
The Israel Lmb ssj in Wash-
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During its 18 years of existence,
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to race, color or creed and at no
cost, making innovations in the
treatment of such cast s and pre- 1
senting papers on tin Ir findings at
both national and International
nvdical confer' rices.
The Chapter's dinner will b.- fol-
lowed by entertainment and danc-
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Mrs. Max Amhowitz is taking res-
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party.
saying its atomic research program ,
was "directed exclusively to peace- j
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exaggerated. Lsrael's industry is
not capable of such a task."
The centenary of the birth of !
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Abraham Oihan wus marked.
For the first time in 12 years. !
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Page
letters to the editor
1971 Publication Date For
New Book On Soviet Jewry
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Naturally it is preferable to
have no shooting going on at the
-.anj$S*_Wi.,.tpr"ho rttokesmen of
the' ItiaMi Army to nave no mili-
tary activities to report". The Doves
and th.* Hawtos, 4Mhc!C".lM,^uch
against Israel. For these Arab
governments, it is a necessity to j
keep their masses in constant fo-
mentation as a diversion from their
internal problems.
It is unfortunate that certain
great and small powers are'iwd-!
in Israel, will instantly agree that I dling into the situation and trying
the silence of the guns is the best, to impose their policies, which is,
news for everyone's benefit. even worsening the crisis. Thev|
I would reward the Arabs for their
In order to change this tern-1 misdeeds by backing them in their
l-orary cease-fire into a permanent demands and equipping them with
lone, many people are willing to [ sophisticated wea|x>ns and man-
part ol the price Germany had to
pay for launching and losing the
NEW YORK (JTA) Publica-
tion in 1971 of a major book on
Soviet Jewry by Boris Smolar,
editor-in-chief emeritus of the
war. -Similarly, the Arab countries Jewish Telegraphic Agency, has
should reconcile themselves to the been announced by the MaemJllan
fact that to continue to start wars' Company.
without sustaining losses, or pay-j The book is based on the author's
ing the consnnicnces far such yen- L reo;.nt.visit in the U.S.S.R., where
lures, is impossible. | he discussed t
After the sad experiences with
its Arab neighbors, the State
Israel must protect its populated I
and industrial areas by having its \
lm ike sacrifices even to the extent
f relinquishing territories which
ere conquered with so much
oodshed and deprivation. This
sition would In- understandable
it would not Involve the very
istence of the Jewish State and
survival of its inhabitants.
power, encouraging them to carry
out their threats of yet another
war.
We ale now witnessing the rati-
fication of the German-Polish
agreement, "hereby Germany has
given up the territories lost to
Poland during World War II, rec-
rhe defeatists who advocate a' "Rni/ing the borders of the Oder
I
thdrawal from the occupied ter-
rit *, and feel that they can
peace' at this price are over-
tyi:ig the nature of the enemy
it'll the Jewish State has en-
hterefL It is merely a matter
referring to the situation pre-
fplis to the Six Day War, when
mf occupied territories, for which
V are now desperately clamor-
River as its boundaries. This was
wi re in possesion of the Arab| .
Forty Planned At Sunland
The Youth Group of Temple
Beth Kl, Hollywood, is sponsoring
a Chanukah party for the Jewish
residents of Sunland Training Cen-
ter Sunday. The party will be held
at 7 p.m. on the Center grounds.
Gifts will lx> given to the children
the Youth Group members,
gauntries.. At that time, they .
].nm.f,ed their third war in their RiUTlps wiU l,,avi>a iird refresh-
Icomliui.-d effort to destroy the
[State oi Israel.
It L< i vident that the issue which
would settle the Middle East crisis
is not the occupied territories as
such but the actual existence of
the Jewish Slat" which is the bone
in thnr throat. To lal>or under the
delusion that the return of the
territories will satisfy the Arab
goven ments and th it they will
live in peace with Israel ever af-
ter, is unrealistic in view of their
past (.story >i military activities
ments served.
boundaries far removed from these
vulnerable spots, it is also impera-
tive thai they have a well-trained
and well-equipped army in readi-
ness at all t'mes. Israel cannot rely
u|>on any other country for help
in ease of emergency since the
trustworthiness of the friends of
today can change tomorrow.
The integrity an.i the wholeness
of the Land of Israel must be re-
tained in the unbroken condition
las it is presently shaped through
its hard-won victories by its heroic
soldiers and builders. History, and
the struggle of the Jewish people (
! for survival, demands that the
| State of Israel's present territories
be kept intact for the benefit of
mankind, in order to have a place
! on this planet where humanity.
civilization and the spirit of har-
mony can reign,
MAI RICE (iOLDRIN'ti
Miami Bench
all aspects of the Jew-
ish problem with Soviet Officials,
0f | editors, writers, students and with
Jews from all walks of life. Mr.
Smolar's book is an analysis of
the problem -current and future
laced by the Soviet's thivi rnii- I
lion Jews.
Among the problems considered!
are whether the word "Jew' will,
ever lx' eliminated from Jewish
identity documents; whether emi-i
gration of Jews will lx> permitted:
whether the restrictions now prac-i
ticed against Jews in some fields
of Soviet life will ever lx- lifted.'
and how far the Soviet policy of
assimilation of the Jews will go.
He also discusses diverse views on I
what can be expected in Soviet-
Israel relations, including the opin-
ions offered by a ranking Russian
official.
Mr. Smolar, who speaks and
writes Russian fluently, was a
war correspondent in Russia dur-
ing the first World War. He wit-
nessed the fall of the Czarist re-
gime, the birth and fall of the
Kerensky regime, the establish-
ment of the Bolshevik regime and
the pogroms on Jews under the
Pel Una regime in the Ukraine.
In 1928 he was sent by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency and
Pulitzer's New York World" as
their special correspondent to Mos-
cow and remained there for about
[two years. He was instrumental
in thi release (if prominent rabbis
from Soviet jails, for the restora-
tion of full civil rights to hun-
dreds .>t thousands of Jews who
were deprived of their rights as
former traders, and for the dis-
solution of the Yevsekzia, the Jew-
ish seel ion of the Communist Par-
ly, which was chiefly responsible
for the bitter campaign' against
Jewish religion in the country.
University Students
Receive Their Degree
Nearly 1,200 University of Flor-
ida students received degrees dur-
ing the fall quarter commencement
convocation in Florida Gymnasium
lasl weekend. Dr. C. Vann Wood-
ward, professor of history at Yale
University was the featured cum-
mencemenl speaker.
The 1,161 candidates included
772 receiving Bachelor's degrees,
80 Doctorates. 79 Juris Doctor de-
grees from the College of Law,
228 Master's degrees and two
specialists in Education.
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kreplach-tasty little maca-
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in the middle. Then sim-
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cheese sauce. M-m-m its a
mechayeti! Only about 20
per'serving.
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'for Kraft Whipped Cream Cheeses in Kraffs handy reuseaUe alum-
inum bowls-in your grocer's dairy case.
6 FRESH FLAVORS/CERTIFIED KOSHER


Page 10-C
t- t0*l9)fk>rMHiir
Friday. December 13. 19"?
Make It A Golden Delicious Chanukali
After the first Chanukah candle
.n IX'C. 22, the whole family
. : .-.it down to a traditional teasl
of potato latkes and apple sauce.
\i!l as one more candle in the
tfenorah is lit each evening of
Chanukah, this delicious combina-
tion appears again.
This year set off your goldcn-
liro.vn potato pancakes with 8
new kind of "Chanukah Gold"-
MoH's chunky style Golden De-
licious Apple Sauce, with translu-
cenl golden color,~aromatic sweet
flavor and bite-size chunks of
crisp apple blended in smooth
sauce.
Just open a jar and its ready to
gerve with latkes, or light, puffy
potato fritters that will add va-
riety to Chanukah meals. Make
the pancake preparation easy tao.
Grate the potatoes in your blender,
use instant potato flakes for the
mashed potato base of the fritters.
Here are potato variit'o-s to
ierve during i r after Chanukah
Vdd chopped onions to the fritters
and serve as an hors ifoeuvre
.vith a savory dip of soy and gin- 1
ler-flavoied Golden Delicious ap-j
lie sauce: or sweeten and spice j
he flitters just a little and serve
Aith Golden Del'cious app'.e si.ice'
iprinkled with cinnamon-sugar for
dessert. __ .
POTATO FKITTF.RS
4 curs nvshed po'^'o^
(see directions below)
2 eggs, separat fd
l teaspoon salt
1'8 teaspoon nutmeg
1 cup flour (approx.
Oil for frying
1 jar (251 oz ) Mott's Golden
Delicious App'.e Sauce
Prepare mashed potatoes with
instant potato flakes, using water
o-'v no milk < butter; b-"t In
. i Iks and seasonings. B :" e i -
Ahites until stiff, but not dry: f >ld
into potato mixture alternatalyj
with flour. (Use onlv enowh flour
for mixture to hold together for
rying. I Heat oil L4 inch d.-ep in a
large skillet. Drop in potato nvx-
ture by tablespoons: fry until
er'sr) and brown on both sid-s.
Serve at once with Golden Dc-
icons apple sauce! Make- about
i do'en small fritters.
Variations ....._
For a"r>et!z~-s: Add 2 ti '
gnnons chopped ereen onion to;
~otito mixture. Add 2 hbV K>w
*oy sa"ce and a dash of Ringer t > |
' <;> Gold-"- D*tolous apple sa'JC*|
and serve as a dip.
For dessert: Add 2 tabten-ws
tugar t.i potato mixture and sub-1
stitute cinnamon for pepper. Serve
with Golden Delicious apple sauc
tnvinVied ""''h einnar*1on sm
In response to the urgent needs of the State of Israel, the
students at the Hebrew Academy have contributed S250 to
the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Tsrael Emergency Fund
campcian o! the Greater Miami Je'-ish F*derati^n. Mrs.
Irving Wexler, a vice president of the Federation's Women's
Division, is shown accepting the check from Ora Gittleson
end Miriam Wein as Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Academy, lecks en.
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December 18. 1970
*Jenist> RcrHian
Page 11-C
U6AI NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
\(>TlC3a W HKKKI'.Y (1IVKS tbilt
I... airirr^Kiifi, desiring I" engage
. Iiimhwt under I he fictitious name
I.IS JBWEI.HV at 1MI James Ave.,
M'l. 331 as intends to register said
m with Hi.- Clerk of the Circuit
L .urt of Dade 'ounty, Plorlda.
Alberto Itemuiln
______J= ;4-ll-ls-2.-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. CIVIL.ACTI
Ne. 70-21*94
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
UORT HENRI DIKinmm'
Plaintiff,
vs.
SI TOUT K DCROCHER,
In'lain.
UGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4 731
FRANK B. COWLING
in RE: Estate <>f
HARRT 8PEI8ER
Hia'cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
Vou an. hereby notified and required
to prewni uii) claims and demands ,
ON "'bu-h V41" nwj have against the es- | gxiM N.J>
ON tale of IlvRUY Sl-EISER d....-^! i
late of IViA* Cumy, Florida. I.. Ike _________
County Judges of Dade Cimntv. and!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of THK ROYAN CO and FLORIDA
sen. .en. OP I JSTTERINO at 138 w
25 St., H la lean. Florida intends to
register said names with the Clark
if the Circuit Court of Dwlc County,
Florida.
Roy Dreispul
RLACKWBLL, WALKER A GRAY
Attorneys for Roy Prelspul
titil Aw., Miami Kla.
M/4-11-11-25
LEGALNOTKE
lAWilKl'.ITK DI'ROCHER
BSlDENCi: r.VK.MUVN
MAK'UKIUTK DUROCHER,
Sby notified that a Complaint '
Svorce has been filed against !
Sr.d you are required to serve !
of-jour Answer or Pleading,
Complaint, on the Plaintiff's j
HKNKY NORTON, 1408 His-!
. Itulldlng. Miami. Florida, and
original Answer or Pleading
office of the Clerk of the Or- ,
art on or before the 31st day >
ember rB70, If you fail te do ho. j
nt by default will be taken
you for the relief demandi-d
nmplaint 1
1! LBATHRRMAN, Clerk
It I'nurt, Duilu County. Florida ;
By: C. P. COPELAND
Ik-put> Clerk
Court S.-alt
M i|;Ti IN
for Plaintiff
fea/ne 1 tulldlng
I Florida
11 87 'S 4-11-18
i NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
^ORIDA IN AND TOR DACE
JUNTY. CIV'.L ACTION
No 70-21436
SUIT FCM DIVORCE
BLACK II AN",
Iff,
ES HI.Ai KM AN.
la nt
Charles lllat-kman
| Albert ElKIn
Box J11 Montexuma
|t.- Nil I
Vegan, New Mexico
EHARLE8 III..MKMAX, are
fetlfled that a BID of Com*
Divorce has been filed
|>ou. and you an required to
opy of your Answer or I'lead-
Complalnl on the I'laln-
Korney, DAVID DRUCKBR,
SOS lane. In Road, Suite No.
ml Beach, Plorlda and file
teal Answer or Pleading In I
;.f the 'Milk of the OITCOH 1
on ,,r I..lore the :tlsl dny of
Ober I'."70. It you fail to do so. I
Bt' by default Mill be taken
I you fur the relief demanded
FBill of Complaint.
notice shall be published once
_. week for I'uur rons.cutlvc weeks
, THK JEWISH I'l 'UII'IAN.
DONE AND i.RDBRED at Miami.
|1'. nda. this Ll day of November,
.' Ii 1P70.
n. B l.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
By: i i loodman
Deputy Clerk
ll'ir.-uit Court Seal)
llivvil) DRI'ckkr. B8Q
K Ism*. In RoadSuite 106
Miami Beech. Florida 11119
11 87 12/-4-11-1S
County JudKes of Hade County, and .
Oie .o,e same in -aMk-Mr.and aai ^ "2T,CE UNDER
provided in Section -733-iif Florida | 4orn571 uilZE...&K. .
Statutes, in their offices iu the Coun- I ,tN01 ", K Is HERBR! GIVEN that
ly Courthouse In Dade County, Fin- j !ne, undersigi.ed, desiring to engage
rlda. within six calendar months I "! '.'.""'"ess under the fictitious name
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
da> of November. A I) 1 :~0.
MARX FAUER
As Kxccutor
First publication of this
the S7Ul day of Novembei
MAliX FAC.i:i(
Attorney for Batata of
Harry Speiser
MM Alnaley BuUdrna,
Miami. Fla. 13182
11/27 12-4-11-18
notice on
IP7u.
the Ul'del-MKI ,il.
Ill business unde
of IBM LEATHER OOODB, IRC
MS Lincoln ltd Mhiml Beach, Flu.
intends to i.|:i-.i. said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I "ad.- Countr Florida.
S ft S ItKYSK, INC.
RICHARD KIKHip
Atfirney foraipplicsint
420 I-incoin Kd. Suit* Sin
Miami Beach. Fla. MISS
11/20-27 12 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
: the undersigned. desirlnK to ciikukc
| in businiss under the fictitious name
i of I.K .MIHTA BBIAI'TICIAN at ISS1
I.itii.s Are., Ml!. ,1313!i intends to
realater said name with the Clerk
of the t'ircuit t'ourt of Dade Coun-
! ty. Florida.
Mirtn Kcmuilo
1-' I1-18.2S, 1/1 _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS jUEREUY .f.lV'KN llipl
the UlldersiKn'ed. ilesirillC to ellfeate
ill business under the tictitious names
I of STEPHENS, MAIill.l, ANH
. THORNTON. PROFESSIONAL A8-
i SOCIATKIN; STEPHENS, MAOILO.
AM" TIU'IINTON at 730 l!ls.ayii.
j Blda., Miami. Fla. int.-nils to reKister
Raid nnsiwi with the Clerk of the
j Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
STEPHENS, MAO 11.1. AND
TH' 'KNTON. P..A.
SAMCKI. BTKBN
Attorney for apfdleant
P.O. B'ix l'.'M
Coral Oabie.. Fla. 13134
l2/11-18-;5. 1/1
LEGAl NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undereicned, desiring ti engage'
in buslni.-ss umler the fictitious iiamo
of BOB N RBB at .".112 N.E. 2nd
A\e. Miami latenrtu to register said
name with the Clerk of ihe circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
REAL ll> "lylHNOH, INC
KERSIJSR, It" "'III SHERADSKY
& HECKERMAN
Attorn-.ys for applicant
1896 S.W. Ird Av.
Miami. Fla.
. I
K, 11-18-2.-.,
;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4011
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
1"R MORRIS VA.MSHON
l leceaaed
To All Creditor* and All Peraon*
Ins claims or Demand* Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any lalma and demand*
which you may have ngalnal thi
late of I'll MORRIS YAM8HON tie-
ceaaed late of Dade County, Plorlda,
to th>. County Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the aame In duplicate
ami as provided in Section 711.16,
Fiorina Statules, in their office! i
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within sis calendar months
from the first publication hereof, or
the name will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, Plorlda, this :ith
day oi November, A D, 1970,
I > \Mi:i. VA.MSH" IN
Ai Administrator
Cum Testamcnto Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the 37th day of November, I97u.
BAXTER ft FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Administrator
" utn Tc.-Uiinenio AnilOXO
is?:. N.io. 103rd Street
North .Miami Beach, Fla
II 27 U/-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unib-rsiKni'd. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of M ft M Discount Store at 12* South
.Miami Avenue, Miami, Plorlda in-
tend to reKister said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida.
MANTEL O. MEN'ESES
MIGUEL F MARTOREI.L
MAX A. O.OI.DFARl:
Attorney for Manuel O, Mem-s.-s
and Miguel P Martorell
II '27 12-4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is msranv given that
the undersigned ilrsirine: to engage
j in business under the fictitious name
of DK1, MAR TV. at !23 West 19th
Street. Miami Bench. Fin. Intend)
i register said name wlih th
I of the Circuit Court of Bad.
to
ly, Florlila
Del Mar TV. Inc.
By; i ai-v Nathan, Prea.
|nv. HENRY NORTON
Said I Attorney forapollcanl
i i nn; Riaca) ne Building
.Miami, Fla.
11 -7. 2 1-I1-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN POBATE
No. 70-4631
FRANK B. DOWLING
re RE: Estate of
lit 'SE PIN Ki:i.STEIN.
I leceaaed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against said
Relate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the es-
tate "f Rose FINKEI.STEIN de-
ceased late of Bade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had.- County
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 731.18, Florida
Statutes, m their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Bade County. Flo.
rlda, within six calendar months from
I the time of the first publication here-
of. ,.r Hi, same will be barred
I Dated at Miami, Florida, this ;f"tli
I da) of November, A l>. 1970.
MARTIN FINE
As Administrator
First publication of ibis notice or
the i'7tli day of November 1970,
PINE, JACOBBON ft HI.ock
Attorney for Administrator
mi East Fi-.-i.-r Street
Miami, Florida
II -'7 12-1-M-I8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-22015
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
MARIA BARBARA DOMINGIEZ
Plaintiff,
T'"rk : ORLANDO DOMINOt'BZ
t nun- BNRR^I'E ESTRADA AND
BVANOELINA BSTRADA
i Defendants.
TO: ENRlgl'E BSTRADA ANH
BVANGEIJNA ESTRADA
314-Mh Street
I'nion City, New .lersry
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action to impress r trust
and compel sou to convey to th.
actual owners the property which
you hold in trusl the same being:
I.,.i 16, of JOHN A. CAMl'BEL-LS
LITTLE FARMS, according to
plal thereof i worded In plat Hoc I
4", Page 31, of the Public Re-
cords ol Dade County, Florida,
has been filed agalnsl you and you
are required to serve >our wrlitei
ii,.fens..- n any, to it on LEE W'Bls-
SENBORN, attorney lor the plain-
tiff whose address is. suite Ml, i
Plagler l-Vderal Building, in N.E.
Fust Street, Miami. Plorlda and file
the original on the Clerh ., Court
before January 16, 1971, otherwise a I
judgment may be entered against you
for relief demanded.
To be published once each week
for four consecutive weeks In the
JEM ISH PLORIDIAN,
witness my hand and ,eai oi
said Coun at Miami, Plorlda on this
4th day "f December, 1970
E. II LEATHBKMAN, clerk
CLERK OP CIRC1IT coci'.T
Dade County, Florida
By: "" P, C il'F.I.ANH
as Denuty Clerk
I i:i: WEISSENBORN
Suit.- 401
Plagler Pi deral Building
111 N.E First Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for I'laintiff
I* I1-1S-:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-3499
GEORGE T CLARK
In RE: Estate of
EMMA HELLB1L
Daceaned,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai.t
Estate;
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against tin es-
tate of EMMA HELLER decease*
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judge- of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate nnd as pro-
vided In Section 731 if:. Florida stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
'mi-- of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th
da) of November, A P 1970.
MILTON s HEI.LBR
SEYM" hi: a. II KI.I.ER
JAMES \ HELLER
LBN< IRE FRANK EL
As Executors
First publication of this notice rnt
the 27th das Nt i rmher I970.
MYERS. KAIM.W PORTER,
I BVINSt IN .'.- K UN IN
A t tomeys for Rxecutoi -
IStl s H p rsl Street,
Miami, Florlds
1-11 -18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice 18 HEREBY tilVEN that
:r undersigned, desiring to engage ill
unnoKR under Ihe flctlllous name
7i*0 PROFESSIONAL Bi:HA>INO
3730 E 4th Ave Hialeah. Fla.
1013 Intend to register said name
th the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida.
liabriel A. Sanchez
I;.-n" T, Sam-he*
Hector J. Sanchez
11/27 12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
rfOTJQE IS HEREBY tin'EN that
unterslgne HudncsH under the fictitious name
1 JOHN'JB IPSTAI11S HOBBIES at
ii Arthur Uodfrey lt fin. Intends to register said name
nh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida.
JOHN N PETERS, JR.
CKNNBTH N KeKANT
titorney for applicant
V... Uncolii IW. Bldg. Suite 220
^Hf,.P,,::5.:.8w.i,_4_il_ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIMtEBY CIVEN that
the ulidcrsigned. ilesiriUK to engage in
busini'Ms under thi- fictitious name
of A. D LEONE REAITY at 10.4<"
S.W. 123th Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County. Plorlda.
Anthony I>. Leone
luf.tn S W. B'.'.th Street
Miami, Florida
II 27 12 -4-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigne.', desiring to engage
III business under Ihe fictitious Hani.
of i.a COQL'ILLB xt lie Olralda Ave .
Coral Gables Intends to register said
name with th,- Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Had.- "ounty. Florida.
LFIS B. CASTRO
KJS88LRR, RoTH, SHERAJDtlKY
A HECKERMAN
Attorneys for applicant
18a S.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla. 3311ot
11/27 12-4-11-18
1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
WIN-A-I'P.T ut 17H-J B.W
Ireel intends to register saiil
Mth the Clerk of the Circuit
I rule County, Florida.
SAM F I.EVITEN
(I1CHAEL P. CHASE ___
tlorneyfor SAM F. I.EVITI-.N
N S.W. Third Avenuc
ual, Plorlda 3312*
18th
name
Court
11 |7 12 4-11-18
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeisti thrktiari
aliens your legol notice*
'e appreciate youi
ronage and guarantee
ate service at iegaJ
tea
I Dial 373- 165
to* mesaerger eervlca
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that j'"'J*: Estate of
the uinb-rsigiie.1. desiring to engaae A1>EL1A M. (XIPK
In business under Ihe fictitious nsme I Uoceuaad
of CITY SERVICE REFRIGERATION
at IM 2nd St., .Miami Uoaeh intend
10 register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County,
Florida.
HYMAN SHAIiOMITH
MARTIN SHELDON MICHAELS
12/11-18-i'S, l'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4294
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4117
In RE: Bstati of
UBCKIE c 'Rl't'N
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Bav-
in- Claims <>r Damandi Against BaM
ESauate: .
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of IIECK.IE GORDON deceased
late of Hade County. Florida, to the
Oouniv Judge of Dade County, ami
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.l'l, Florida Stat-
ute*, in th^ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
' time of the first publication herent.
I or the s.ime will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4tb
IN THE COUNTY IUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4343
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estal"
,\1" IRRIS It" ISBNBLl'TH,
I leceaseil
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
..... Claims ur IX-niuntls Against Said
Estate:
You are hereb> notified and re-
quired t" present an) claims and de-
mands which you mat have against
the estate of MORRIS IIOSENBLUTH
deceased latt of Dade County. Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file tin- some i-i duplicate and as
provided hi Section 713.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse iii Dade County, Flor-
ida, within >i\ calendar months from
the lime of Ihe first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred. .
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 8th
day ol 1.....ember, A 11. 1970,
PHILIP 1 ir.U.er-
as Administrator
First publication nf this r.Mlce on
the llth day of December, 1970,
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Vtloi ney ior Rstate
BOG Lincoln Road, ..liaini h, Pl
! 11-18-25 1 I
NOTICE UNDRR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ORT8AC ENTERPRISES at P.O.
|to\ 42, Sheiiandoah Station, Miami,
11a. 3314.1 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of H..- Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RAIML'NDO -MARTINEZ de CASTRO
ll/iO-27 11/4-11
To ^Creditors and All Persons Hav- i ** "r l^^Sff\,nW^Smi
ing Claims or Demands Against Said! Jl r'^ 'iJ'VutrK
Estate: Kxeiti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-4235
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
THE1.MA y.lTREEN.
Deoeaaed.
To All Creililors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E-tate: .
You arc hereby notified and required
to preaont any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of thei.ma ZITREUN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County.
ami file "i"c same 111 duplicate and as
provided in Section 738, l, Florida
statutes in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad* County, Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
ill,-' time of the find publication here-
of, or the aame will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, Ibis 21th
day of November. AD. 1970,
JACK WEISGLASS
\s Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 17th do) of No> ember, 1970
SIMON, HAYS .; QRCNDM ERG
By: Moses J. Grumlwerg
Attorney for Executor
:ini ATnsley Building
Miami Florida IZUi U/_. ,. 4.u.ls
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ADB1JA M. COPE
deooaaed late of Dade t'outuy. Florida,
to the County Judges of bade County,
and fib- the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 711.1(, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Hade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or tin- same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IMh
day of November, AH 1970.
ROBERT! RANDALL CORE
.MARY BIJZABETH KENNEDY
As Co-E.x.i utors
First publication of this notice on
the 11 ih day of December, 1970.
SAMIIll, BTFiEN
Attorney for Co- Executors
I'ii Box 1914, Coral Gables, Fla.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1697
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL ABRAH \M SCHLAZER,
Deceased.
notice Is hereb) given thai
have filed nui Final Report nnd Peti-
tion for Distribution antl Final Dis-
charge as co executors nf 11 estate
nf RAMt'RL ABRAHAM SCHLAZER.
,.l: and that on the nth da)
of January, 1971, will nppl) '
Honorable County Judges of Dude
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report ami for distribution and
final discharge as co exe u'nt id
the above-named decedenl Thl Btn
day of Decemb. r, l!'T"
.- .Mich.ol S. Ida/. 1
's 1 >a\ ni Schlaaer
Co-Executors
\Kii\nVITZ. Sll VBH ft BOOTH
By: s Max R Bllver, Allorne)
908 Ainsley Building
Miami Plorlda 11111 ...
1. 11-18 1 1
First publication of this notice on
the Hth dav of IH-cemher. 1970.
BERNARD IL JAFFB, TOBTN
ANH JAIT-'E
Attorney Pr EXBCDTRUC
1099 Ponce de I.em Blvd.
Coral Cables. Florida
18/11-18-28 1 '1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22133
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANCIS C SIMl'N.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
I.i .CISC SIMt'N,
Defendant
Ti l; lit HISi: SIMl'N
T:ii Dennlaton Avenue
T-ittsbii'gli. Pennsylvania Inlll
you. i.'H'ise siMi'N. arc hereby
nntlfiml that n Rill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and vou are required In serve R cop)
,,f your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complain) on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MARSHALL B, FISHER,
7HI4-A S.W. 1t"4tli Street, Miami.
Florida 13156 and file the original
Inswer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or
b< ion Ihe lith day of January, I9i 1
ir you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Cnnwlalnl .... .
This notice shall he published one
,: 1, ck for four consecutlvi weeks
In THE JEW ISH Fl OR1D1AN
in i.\ !; VND 1IRDBRBD at Miami,
Kloradt. this 7th day "i December
\ II fiT"
1: n I EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
B) 1 P. C< TI'I.AND
Deout) ci.-rk
n 11 1 ,ur- Seal)
MARSHALL B PTSHER
71111- \ H W 104th street
Miami 1 'Ii Ida 13156
|At,ornej for PlalnUff ^^ m
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1448
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID OI.ICKMAN
Deceased.
To \ll Creditors and All Persons Bar.
ing claims ..r Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnat
the estal.- of DAVID OI.ICkMAN
deceased late Of Dade County. Florida,
t.. the County Judges of. Dade County,
and (Ik- the-same in duplicate nnd as
provided in Section 73:1.16 Flornia
Statutes, in their offi.-es in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade. County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the thne of the first publication here-
of, or the same wHjJw^barred. .
Dated al Miami. Flnridas. this .th
day of December, A 1> 170.
5 JTMIS LEVEY
As Administrator
First publication of this notice,
the lltb. day "f December,
BAXTER. & FRIEHMAN
attorney tor Administrati
is;:. N.E. I6lrd BW*
North Miami Beach, lit
1970.
12 II-18-S5 1 '1
consti 1 ;tive service
(No PROPERTY)
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22309
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH ROMEA MUNTAS,
Plaintiff,
LUCIA MERISIER MONTA8,
Defendant
TO: Ll'CIA MERISIER MONTAS
c o Altagrace A Auguste
IS64 7th Avenue, Apt ".-'
\, m York, SB, N 1
Y"i|' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Divorce has ben
filed against you and you an re-
quired to serve .1 cop) ol your writ-
ton defensi s. if any. to it mi HAROIJ)
CEASE, F.S'i .1 tornej t'1" plaintiff,
who,,, address is 27." W. Flaglcr
Street, Miami. Florida 31115, and file
the original With !!> clerk ol the
above styled court on or before Janu-
ary Is. 197 otherwise a default will
be ntere 1 again it sou for th.
.1, mantled In the complaint ... pt
WITNESS my hand and the
aaid court al Miami Florida 1 1 thl
9th day of Dc< mhei
r n LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. 1 I '' 'urt
li.ul- 1 ui
By: C. P. 1 \ v 1'
As Depu > 1 'Icrk
(Cir nit Court St
HARt 'I D CEASE ESQ
(72u v\ esl Pbtglet Streel
Miami, Florida! l8/U.u., ,


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