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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 25, 1970

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 25, 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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02186

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

Full Text
^Jewish Floiradian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 43 Number 52
Miami, Florida Friday. December 25, 1970
Price SI.00
News Briefs
amim
Report Of Second Trial
TT^iQ T"bP.PT1 i^OTlflTTflpH Rigerman Has Good Chance
IXdO l-FVyV.'II \_>4 V" TJ -I M.M. IIlV'Vl WASHINGTON IWNSi The State Department \
T'larifieation* Delivered
JERUSALEM (WNS) Ambassador Walworth Barbour has
delivered the U.S. reply to Israel's request for a "clarification" of
policy. If it proves satisfactory, Mrs, Meir is expected to recommend
a return to the peace talks. A decision is expected before Jan. ">
when Secretary General U Thant must report on the progress if
the talks to the UN. Security Council.
I.S. lias 'Open .Mind'
WASHINGTON (WNSi A State Department spokesman
said the Administration has an "open mind" on the possibility oi a
joint Soviet-American peace keeping force in the Middle East first
proposed and then rejected by the A'drriinistration last "August.
Joi dan's King Hussein endorsed the joint force during his recenl
visit to Washington.
Senate Approves Aid Bill
WASHINGTON (WNS The Senate has approved Presi-
dent Nixon's $1,035 billion supplementary foreign military aid bill
by a 72-22 vote clearing the way for appropriation of the SoOO
million in military aid to Israel which had been authorized earlier.
LONDON I JTAl Last week's
Jewish Telegraphs Agency re-
port that a second trial with
Jews as defendants would open
in Russia at the end of Decem-
ber has been confirmed in a
I.ondon Telegraph dispatch from
Prank Taylor, its Moscow cbrVi -
spoinii in.
Mr Taylor report d tl at ac-
(oi din) in his informant i a
numbci of people, including
Jews, will be arraigned Dec. -".*
Th > were said to have been ar-
i 'l June 15 w i' n in allegi d
i t to hi jack a Sos let airliner
u as d sclosi a.
Reports from ot'ier Western
news sources that 'me or more
trials are being eondueted con-
currently with the trial of II in
Leningrad on hijack charges
could not be confirmed. Accord-
ing to the source*, the trials are
being held in absolute secrecy
and are said to involve smne HO
persona rounded up by the So-
viet secret police within an
hour of liii' alleged hijacking
attempt.
Western newsmen havi been
b ii red from tin ti ial that be in
in Leningrad Dec. 15, and the
reports on the proceedings have
been confused and contradictory
- leading many observers to the
conclusion that Soviet authori-
ties are deliberately "leaking"
misleading information.
One example of the conflict-
ing stories is the dispatch filed
by I'PI correspondent Henry
Shapiro reporting that four of
the defendants at Leningrad had
been released, presumably after
pleading guilty to the charges.
A lat.-r Shapiro report said that
the persons released were the
wife and two teenaged daugh-
ters of Maj. Mark Dymshitz,
Continued o-i Paqe 6 A
Cabinet Debates Israel's
Return To Jarring Talks
USAL1 M JTAl The
( aha. ted I I's return
t :i,. Jarrinj pe : I ilks for
two horn Sunday bul rea h I
no e inclusions, An ifl I com-
munique said the debate ivoul I
be resumed at next Sunday's
s, --i.e.. Official sourci s said that
at the present si ige th -re is no
plan to hold an extr rdinary
mi et n in mid-week.
The bate is b. lieved to have
focusf-d on whether the latest
igi s from Washingl in cl ir-
the U.S. p i ti "i were
, mi to meet Israel's terms
for returning to the p -a talks.
The U.S. reportedly gave s I s-
factory replies with regard to
Israel's request for military a! I
but refused to commit Itself to
veto ^solutions in the Security
Council thai Israel might con-
sider harmful or to abandon the
Rogers' plan calling for Israel's
withdrawal to Its pre-June, 1987
borders.
Foreign Minister Abb I Khan
returned from I.ondon Friday
night after meeting with Foreign
.Secretary Alec DouglaSrHome
and presiding at a meeting of
Israeli Ambassadors from the
Continent and Scandinavia. He
told newsmen: "i discussed with
Sir Alec Douglas-Home matters
which caused Israel concern,
following recent manifestations
which found their expression in
i at the United Nations."
Th talks were mainly COn-
( on't. on Page ISA
Jerusalem Is Target
Of Rocket Attack
JERUSALEM (JTAl Two
Katyusha rockets were fired at
the Katamon section of Jerusa-
lem Sunday morning in the first
attack of Its kind since the
cease-fire went into effect last
August. No casualties were re-
ported, but one residence was
damaged.
One of the rockets landed
about 50 yards from the home
of President Zalman Staazar, but
failed to explode. It was detonat-
ed safely by police. The second
rocket police said appeared to
have been fired from Beit Jalla.
a Christian Arab village on the
outskirts of the city, exploded
in the kitchen of a home where
four women were having coffei .
Ihey were reported uninjured.
Three Arab terrorists were
killed in a clash with an Israeli
Army patrol near the Lebanese
border Saturday. The patrol re-
portedly crossed over into Leb-
anon about five kilometers to
destroy a building believed to be
serving as the terrorists' regional
headquarters afterwards.
Six persons reportedly gather-
ing intelligence for the Egyp-
tians were captured near Sharm
el-Sheikh last week. The group
included four Bedouins, a private
and an officer in Egypt's Army
intelligence corps, according to
an Israeli Army spokesman.
WASHINGTON (WNSi The State Department will decide
soon on Leonid Rigerman's citizenship, a spokesman said here. It is
believed there is a "reasonably good chance" that Rigerman and
his (">0-year-old Brooklyn born mother will be granted citizenship.
Arafat's Car Explodes
JERUSALEM (WNS> Egypt's Middle East News Agency h s
reported from Jordan that the car belonging to El Fatah le I'
Yassir Arafat exploded and burned. There were no reports on
whether Arafat was in his car at the time.
Vatican Prevents Sale
JERUSALEM (WNS) The Vatican has secured a temporary
injunction prohibiting the sale ol the convent of Notre Dame de
Sion to the Himanuta Cor|x>ration, a subsidiary of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. The Vatican has until Dec. 25 t<> submil pin I ol
contention that under Church law the s I cannot be made without
Vatican approval.
(aza Terrorists Active
TEL AVIV i WNS i An Israeli civilian truck driver v
in the outskirts of Gaza when he was ambushed by terrorists and
a terrorists killed in an exchange of fire with an Israel patrol
near the Lebanese bonier. Two Arabs fleeing the scene w<
shot following an explosion at the Gaza Labor Exchange when they
ignored orders to halt, and four others injured by a hand grenade
thrown at a patrol car.
Xuelenr-Mngnetie Tab
HAIFA (WUP) A nuclear magnetic resonance laboratory is
now ir. operation here at the Technion, Israel's institute of Tech-
nology. Prof. Aharon Lowenstein, head of the new facility, explained
that "NMR," as it is known in scientific circles, is a "spectroscopic
technique using radio frequencies 'o study the molecular and atomic
structure and dynamics of matter" Used as ., tool for analysis, th
NMR equipment is capable of defining the arrangements of at
in various molecules making up samples under study. IK major
C lions lave been in physical and in organic chemistry for the
analysis ol very complicated molecules. The latest development is in
biochemistry, where it is used for studj ing the structure of prote -
.Missing: Plane Located
TEL AVIV (WNS> The wreckage of a light plane which
disappeared with three men aboard on Nov. 5 while on a could seed-
ing mission in Northern Israel has been found in a deep gorge at tin-
foot of Mt. Pekiin in Central Galilee. There were no survivors.
UJtf. Approves Resolution
UNITED NATIONS (WNSI The General Assembly approved
a resolution condemning Nazism and other forms of racial intoler-
ance, also voted in favor of the arrest and extradition of war crimi-
nals and continued the three-nation committee investigating alle
Israeli mistreatment ol Arabs in the occupied territories.



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Kahn To Be Chairman
Of Seminary's Dinner
Paqe 5-A
MiUon Kahn, leader of various
civic, religiors and communal or-
ganizations has been named chair-
MiLTO.l K.'.h.l
not" t Um annual Vchiv 'I' h
:h and ttosivte dinner Henry
the Seminary's pn sid nt,
has i. >ur. II 'tinner v.i'.l be held c
pvenir.g Jan. 24, in Beth [srael's
I Liny N. Schwartz Auditorium.
n., ill honor Sir. .mil Mrs. Sam
l.ei .i/, long time friends and
; rters of Torah Vodaath,
who5< former home was in VVilkes
Bai r< ,Pa.
T6rSN Vodaath, which Is local iri Bi oklyn. N.Y.. has an enroll-
ment of more than 2.000 student-;.
ITio school is comprised of a high
rh'w.l. branch facilities in th I
Flatbush and Williamsburgh sec-
.ions of Brooklyn and the main
campus, which was recently con-
ttructed in the heart of Flatbush.
Mr. Kahn has been a resident of
Miami Beach since 1930 coming
hero from New York. He has de-
voted himself whole-heartedly to
many varied activities for the ben-
efit of mankind in general, and
for Jewish communal affairs in
particular in this area lust as lie
previously did in New York.
Mr. Kahn. a past president of
the Kneseth Israel Congregation.
is president-elect of Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, a vice-presi-
v-nt of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater .Miami, and of the Great, -r
Miami Region Religious Zionists of
America Mizrachi-Hopoel Hami-
zrachi.
A member of th h lard of diree-
4 ihr Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association, for the past ten
years he has served as chairman
of the annual banquet sponsored
n Miami Beach l,-.- Yeshiva Torah
Vodaath, the largest Y shiva In
iho United Slates.
Cohen Is Reelected
By Democratic Club
fl.CE ESTIMAYFS
BILLS ROOFING
ALL TYPES OF ROOFIHO
Cutr-Solf-R-Rooflng
Rrpiln /Ihlniln
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Phon 7929 N.E. lt Av..
754-2618 Miami Florida 33138
Lodge's Kanquct
For Less Fortunate
The holiday season was made
nore meaningful for some
>:" Miami Beach's moat impovei--
ished citizens by the community
spirit of the Hotel Executive Hos-
pitality of B'nai B'rith, No. 2690,
l:ist week.
The organisation hosted a Chan-
ukah and Christmas banquet, In-
cluding doo.- prizes and entertain-
ment, at the Oelano II t-l. Wednes
day. Dec. IK. for more thin 150 of
the Beach's least fortunate
residents.
, Through the cooperation of the
; Welfare Bureau and the Miami
' Beach Social Services, a non-sec-
tarian guest list had been made
up; invitations were based only
' in the personal needs of the fami-
lies selected.
RuMmiical Association
Appoints Rabbi Kulcbik
ii bi Sol Landau, spiritual
l< ader of Beth David Congregation
and prcsidi nt 11 the Rabl I
' ioci itii n of Greater Miami, has
announci d the aopointment of
Rabbi Allen Rutchik as chairman
.! Its Committee on Drugs. "Rabbi
Rutchik will work with a'l civic
and communal gioups involved In
drug education and control," said
Rabbi Landau. "The pn bli m o!
drug abuse has become one I the
ma ior hazards in our community
and must be comtatted with our
lull energies."
Rabbi Rutchik, who serves as
the director of the South a ; Re-
gion of the United Synagogue of
America, recently received his
doctoral degree in Clinical Psy-
cholocv from the University of
Miami.
The Biscayne Democratic Club
has elected its officers for the
coming year. Their installation is
scheduled to take place at the
Algiers Hotel Sunday. Jan. 24, at
6:3 i p.m.
The club roc lected Ted Coh. n
to another term as president. Mr,
('ohe.-i. a businessman and promo-
tional consultant who serves as a
State Committeeman, has served
as president of the Presid nts'
Council. Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Ccmmi rce, chairman
if the Mayor's Safety Committee,
and leading Knight of the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge. A member of
Hibiscus Masonic Lodge and the
Mahi Shrine. Mr. Cohen has been
votrd the "Oustanding Citizen of
Florida."
Also reelected to another term
was Peti r F. Holler, public rela-
tions executive who serves as first
vide" president. The club members
electi d Sol Roth second vice presi-
dent; Ida Roth, treasurer; Ruth
Schwartzberg, recording secre-
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+Jelstncrtdar%n
Friday, December 25. 1970
Judge Herbert Shapiro To
Be Honored By Histadrut
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, chair-
:: ol the wills and bequests com-
ntttee of x^- Isra l Hint tdrul
CVMineV of South norMa for the
-: ighl ; I w U the Isr el Hist i li ul Founda-
- Chanukah
5a lul '
Vnno inccmcnt ol the tribute 1
-: was made by Dr.
I Sossii the
- : Histadrut Council, and Dr.
Kronish, nattot ; i man
! the bi> id the Iu I Hisl -
. at Poundat io i.
I '. Canada,
. :. E r)". will be the pr
>1 peake I
led I 1 '' p m. in the Fontaine-
i Hotel. Dr. Sol Stein of
v executh ice ehalr-
H incl.il ion.
Iso will ]
A Imiss mi to the ation is
,i nominal
re-
quired. Thej made I the
:.- idrui I Lin '. Rd.
Traditl Chanukah l itkes
ill be acrvi '. at the event dim \-
a lerk ol community-v id<
'lebrationa ol the ancient Jewish
itival of LI ;hts. Cantor David
Conviser of Temple Beth Sholom.
tfiarai v, ich, h ads the musical
ortlon if the annual Chanukah
Salute to Israel
Rabbi Kronish will outline the
tionship of the Chanukah fes-
lival to modern day Judaism and
'ho State of Israel. Under his
adersbip, the Histadrut Founda-
tion h m raisi d more than $19 mil-
lion in bequests, annuity trusts
nd income funds.
Judge Shapiro, a momlxT of the
Report Of Second Trial
Has Been Confirmed
Miami
Fried,
County
B ich law firm of Shapiro, include service as president of the
Weil and Seheer. was as- South Florida Chapter of the i
county solicitor of Da.ic American Friends of the Hebrew ;
ironi 1949 to 1953. He
i- prosecuting attorney of
University, and of the National j
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs.
Florida region; as honorary trus- ,
tee and life mcmlx-r of the Hope
School for Mentally Retarded
Children, and as a member of the i
national board of the Histadrut
Foundation.
Judge Shapiro, who visited Is-
rael six times, made his first tour'
in 1931; the most recent was last
summer, when he and his wife,
Ruth led the Florida delegation to
the Hist.'but Golden Jubilee As-
sembly. Mrs. Shapiro is a past
president ol Temple Emanu-FJ
Sisterhood and >f th. (beater Mi-
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A past president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association, he is vice
president of the Greater Miami
li, brew Academy and associate
financial secretary of Temple
Emanu-EI of Miami Beach.
Judge Shapiro, who came to
Miami Beach in 1942, completed
the Officer's Candidate School pro-
gram of the United States Air
i Force and served overseas during
World War II. earning the Bronze
I Star Medal. He was admitted to
j the Bar in New York in 1934, he
returned here to practice law af-
, ter the war and was admitted to
I Florida's Bar in 1946.
Goy Kirk Appoints
Mager To District
Appeals Court Seat
Gov. Claude Kirk has appointed j
attorney Gerald Mager. a veteran
, state employee who has been his
; legal counsel since the beginning
of his administration, to complete
1 the unexpired term of David L.
! McCain in the Fourth District Ap-
peals Court Judgeship, it has been
, announced. Judge McCain has been
named to fill a vacancy on the
Florida Supreme Court.
Mr. Mager, who received his law
| degree from the University of
Florida, joined the attorney gen-
; eral's office upon his admission to
the bar in 1959, and drafted more
: than 1,000 bills for legislative con-
sideration during his service in
that department. He served under
three attorney generals -Richard
Krvin. Jimmy Kyncs and Karl,
Faircloth before becoming a
member of Gov. Kirk's staff.
Con't from Page 1-A
who allegedly was to have pilot-
ed the hijacked airliner to Fin-
land, and an unidentified preg-
nant woman.
Usa four women were not in
the dock at l>niru;rau, hut are
presumed to have lieen among
the :tt .lews arrested and held
incommunicado since last June.
According to a telephone call
received by a recent immigrant
from Russia who now lives in
Haifa, more than one trial is
presently under way. A 23-year-
old photographer was said to
have been sentenced to five
years imprisonment after a se-
cret trial in Riga. Another Jew
reportedly was forcibly removed
from his home and taken to a
mental institution. The photog-
rapher bad signed B petition de-
manding the right to emigrate
to Israel, it was reported.
The fact that the trial of the
II in Leningrad l closed to the
foreign pTCH and unre|K>rte Soviet news agiwie*. and that
lawyers from abroad are not Ik-
ing permitted to com* to the
Soviet I'nion to defend the pris-
oners and assure impartial and
objective proceedings, make* the
circumstances more ominous and
significant than previously imag-
ined. The prisoners appear to lie
cast in the role of scapegoats.
The Soviet trials, which are
not "how" trials, but secret
trials, are believed to be a warn-
ing to Russian citizens and those
of its East European satellites
that any opposition to the re-
gime will be dealt with utuff rei-
fully. It appears to be a con-
certed effort by the Kremlin
rulers t', crush any opposition
offered by those who us dis-
satisfied with current conditions
and is not merely an attempt to
discourage Jews from attempts
to emigrate, observers say. .
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Friday. Decetnber. 25. 1970
fJewisfifhrfiften
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
EDITOR. Thv Imirtak Floridlun:
"The (Mydfrtoglsts of the White'
Hritisv Conference on Children!
seem determined, to continue gui- ;
dlrlR'rtrVivN on" a 'cnonrW'wWifh has
IflVttueM Mental and emotional.
crtptnes hr mi unprecedented num- !
w. otMffflftii to Tm&m *the
trngio failure of thoir ill-fated ex-!
pi'i.jncntj or the past decades, they
attack organized religion and label
religious attitudes on morality and
sin as "wrong and harmful.""
In one broad swoop thoy want
to do away with training the child
i>y means of strict discipline, the
Instilling of modesty, and tho con-
cept of sin. They also maintain that
parents should shelter their chll-l
dron from all suffering and keep
them dependent upon the parents;
as long as possible.
Today's young adults, the prod-
ucts of modern child psychology. I
are emotionally ill-equipped to
face the realities of life. When,
abruptly plucked from the shel-1
trred permissiveness of thoir do-
ting parents into the harshness of
nal life, they crack up against!
pressures for which they have not |
been prepared. They escape by the !
Honorees Of Israel
Usher In New Year
way of the drug route and run
away from responsibility by the I
way of crime and rampant rebel-
lion.
In protecting children's bodies
aBaiiujt possib/e,,.harmful disease
we give them an injection of a i
small "riosr of th" sickness in orucr
to build up resistance to the real
thing when and if it does attack
them. Such a buildup of Immunity
has rendered powerless formerly
harmful, crippling diseases.
If we want our children to grow
up mentally and emotionally strong
nnd healthy we must Immunize
them with measured doses of dis-
cipline, suffering and modesty.
They should be trained as early
as possible to accept responsibil-1
Ity and to he independent. We
should teach them the virtue of |
respect, hard work and good moral
conduct.
Some psychologists are thinking!
of ways to "inform theological
seminaries of current psychologi-
cal theory." I feel a need for re-!
verse action. Religious leaders
should visit schools of psychology
ami teach them tho values of do-;
coney and moralitv. We have thou-
Membcrs of the Great
| Society of Honorees of Is
to UBhcr in the new year at
r Miami
rael will
a festive

sands of years of experience
back us Up.
Modern psychologists' attempts
at bettering society have produced
havoc. The} would do well to learn
lrom the old pros. |
R.VUr.I rtUNK.\S WKBKRMAN
Ohov Shalom Congregation
Levitt Named Chairman
Of PR Judicial Panel
Ronald Levitt has been named
hail-man of the Southeast District
Judicial Panel of tho Public Rela-
tions Society of America. Inc.. the
panel which acts on professional
guidilnes for the practice of public
relations, for the coming year.
Mr. Levitt, president of Ronald
Levitt Associates, Inc., a Coral
Gables-based public relations firm.
has served as president of the
South Florida Chapter of the Pub-
lic Relations Society of America.
and was Florida's representative dinner-dance Sunday evening. Jan.
to its national assomblv for three in the Grand Ballroom of thi
years. Ho also served" as South- ^a^Meau Hotel, according to
. Michael I.itvak, director of tho
eastern chairman of the profes- ,sraol ^nt Organization which,
sional society for two years. I together with Capital for Israel,
sponsors ilils annual event.
<1uest of honor at the dinnei -
dance will bo Moshe Kol. Mlntetei
of Tourism of the State of Israc I
and one of his country's pioneei -
ing founders. An outstanding
leader, M-. Kol has an unusu: -
record of public service in Israo
Since he became Minister of Tour-
ism in 1988, he has Ix'on Tespfl) -
sible for expanding tourist facili-
ties throughout the nation.
"Since this will be the initial
gathering of the new year." Mr.
I.itvak announced, "a now 1071
Honorees of Israel membership
card, detailing the areas of prh -
ilegod participation for member.-.
will bo issued on this occasion."
Kis Excellency will mnke the 01-
ficial presentation to the Ronoree.*.
who are purchasers of $1,000 or
more in Israel Bonds.
Tickets for the dinner-dance Will
cover a champagne reception prior
to the dinner, plus dinner wines
and gratuities. A gala program Of
entertainment, benefitting tho fes-
tive nature of tho occasion, hns
' been arranged, featuring the Shal-
om Trio.
The reception will be held :it
I o'clock: dinner will follow at 6:30.
I with music for dancing throughou'
the evening.
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HAPPY CHANUKAH!
JM extends sincere greetings and
best wishes for a very bright
and happy Chanukah season.


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fJewlstiflcridton
Friday. December 25, 1870
BBYO Will Focus On
Soviet Anti-Semitism
forth I
tival
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libers, will
Uon. In
rod
i sing-
ing and d men? competition; cre-
-.r.y. art work and ath-
katl r. oram ar.d
en prepared: Life
Membership and the final banquet
will conclude the convention.
National Youth Commissioner.
Bernard Langb?rg will serve as
in-tailing officer. Convention ad-
visors inc!ud<'. Mrs. Sallye Gold-
man. Mrs. Joyce Nathanson. Fred i
Chekanow. Herbert Bergcr. Julian
M'-itin. and Steve Schwack. Mrs.
Girt Bossak. Florida Regional Di- i
rector, is the convention director.
\
The residents oi Building "E." Rolling Green,
launched their effort on be-half of the 1971
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emeigency
Fund campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation recently. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
spiritual leader of Beth Torch Congregation,
was the guest speaker at a cocktail party
held for that purpose in the building's (
tciium, and plans are now under way
100o participation by '.he building,
Henls The building's committee inclu
Abe Feldman, aeft) Irving Cole, Ray I
man, chairmen, Sol Krival and Ma
Abarbanel.
rOSIF YAHICH
and Br.ai B'rlth Gir's. jun-
vder of B'nai B'rith. of Florida
n at their 26th Annual Re-
: Convention next week ac-
cording to an announcement made
bj Flori :a Region BBYO president
.. i Tow.
Th* lite of the convention is
C : : F Dude Ranch Camp, Lake
v. : '. iti Dec 28-31. The
enta tvlll be accompanied
v i .'I qualified volunteer ad-
no ivill remain at eonven-
through ; I i i isist th pro-
iona In supervising the
ntioi Reg inal
lent n Fr i 'l and I1
lirect the yo ith l ad-
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....
Yoaef I. Yanich, exi cutive dl
tor ' the Amei Ic in )> if h Ion ;ress,
, Icip inl In a sp cial 1969 study
t to the Soviel i will pre-
i the ki j note iddress, i ntitled
"Hear the Cry of th" Oppressed,"
l will serve ns resident scholar
ami resource person on Russia and
Israel throughout the convention.
Several sessions in Israeli danc-
nd Binging w il! b c tnducti <'
by his wife, Regie, Mrs. Yanich,
list, sculptress, teacher and folk
ncer, his been instructing Flor-
. la Regional BBYO members for
th<- last four ve:"\s at the'>- r"1*
events. Israeli dance performing
lUpa have become nonuliir amoiir,
n< .-.I r,r tho BRYO chanters.
Golden Ring Club 1
Holds CJA-IEF Event
The Miami Beach Golden Ring'
Club No. 1 recently held a mass
meeting and concert on behalf of
the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
with Cantoi Edward Klein of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid, presenting an "Is-
rael Cantata," an interpretation of
=on--'- of Ihi history of th.- .' wish
people.
Rabbi Eugene Lab ivitz, spirit la
pie Ner Tamid. was
ipeaker at the affair.
which was held In th.' auditorium
if Miami Beach Federal Savii
:. n A -elation, 735 Washington
me.
Sydney Borenstein, president or
the organization, and his officers,
presented the CJA-IEF with a
SI.500 eheck. The officers include
Mrs. Ketv Tisrh'er, vice president:
y Gitlin, sen. tarj; Mr. Las-
1 kin, tn bui Abe Cantor, hos-
pital r, and Mrs. Fanny Boren-
stein. recording .secretary.
Beth Tov Membership Party
Temple Beth Tov will hold its
annual paid-up membership party
at the temple Monday at 8 p.m. in
conjunction with the Chanokah
festival, A program and refresh-
ments are en the agenda.
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Jftiday, December 25, 1970
f3b ISM SP**L. "Jrom 07,c y^Jpit
The Dreams We Dream
V
Rabbi Fraiin
II Mllll KdlllKI P. FRAZIN
Regional IMrector I'nion of
Ampricnn Hibrev. ConKrrjrnrions
The Torah oortion for this Shub-
bat. "Mlkketa," ! the Sigmund Freud of his day.
An interpreter of
l-divam>. the- im-
prisoned Joseph
is released to ex-
plain the mes-
j, of Phar-
,: ~ nightly
visions to the
eadei^ of ESgypI:
the lahd shall
enjoy sewn
years of plenty
and then suffer
seven years of
famine. Joseph
advised Pharoah to place overseen
over the land and to store up the
fifth part of the land to meet the
demands during the years of want.
Joseph suggested that a material
stook-pil<' be established in order
to meet the physical exigencies of
life We do the same in our lives
as we prepare for what may well
become future ne^ds. We purchase
insurance, keep savings accounts,
invest in borwr*. provide ourselves
and our families with health and
accident plans and establish pen-
sion programs.
Y. t. while we do this, so often
we fail to establish a spiritual
stock-pile to meet the emotional
demands of later years. I meet
many people who possess few in-
terests to occupy their hearts and
hands. I meet so many people who
are unable to cope with the sor-
rows and trials of life. I meet so
many people who cannot call upon
a "spiritual and intellectual bank"
to nurture their being, for no such
repository exists.
Perhaps we on lenrn the prac-
tices of many who collect all sorts
of items which are antique in
nature and are never cast away.
To be perfectly honest. I am one
such person. I may keep an old
notebook, a crumpled niece of oa-
per. an old pen- even a used re-
fill or an old file, for I just never
. know when 1 might need them.
Sometimes I feel as though I'm
BKING collect.-d. Yet, somewhere
amid this pile, there is a virtue
and a value, for putting away to-
> day for the days ahead can ba an
exceedingly comforting experience.
It is an expression of a future
hope.
The same applies to a spiritual
stock-pile, as we prepare ourselves
spiritually for the challenges of
tomorrow. The M lccabees did as
they answered the harassment of
religious persecution with "Mi L.
Adonai Aylla" -'"Who is for th
Lord, follow me." And how appro-
priate it s.*ems that this week's,
Parasah occurs during Shabbat
Chanukah.
As we redodicate ourselves at
this sacred season of the year, let
. us search our spiritual reservoir,
for sustenance, and If there be no j
such preserve, let us create our'
own in the sanctuary of our souls
and through the sanctuary of God.
For what should we do with the
dreams we dream were it not;
for the day aheaj.
Lodge To Install Its
Newly Elected Officers
Superior Lodge No. 77. Indepen-
dent Order of Oddfellows has elec-
ted its officers for the pear 1971. in-
cluding Max J. Affnchiner. Noble
' Grand: Irwin Oster. Vice Grand:
, Herbert Epstein, recording secre-
tary; Alfred Weiss, financial sec-
retary; George Wind, treasurer:
Martin Sommrrfield. delegate to
'".rand Lodge Convention, and
Philip Konove. alternate delegate.
Their installation will take pbee
Monday. Jan. 4, at 8 p.m.. in the
meeting room of the Waslungton
j Federal Bank at 1234 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, whe-e the
. 'odge meets the first and third
Mond.iv of each month.
By: RVBBI SAMl'KL FOX
Why does the Jewish tradition
prefer having the bW-utiiit> of
the new moon take place on a |
Saturday niylif.'
Some commentaries explained
that i! is done on Saturday night
is Saturday night finds the
Jew in 8 good mood, still dressed
in the Sabbath attire. (Magen
h int, Orach Chiam 426:3).
Generally speaking, Jewish tra-
dition preferred to have the Jew
proceed from the performance of
one Mitzvah to the performance of
another, so that as much as pos-
sible his life would be a chain of
observances of Holy precepts.
Another explanation for pre-
ferring Saturday night as the time
for the blessing of the new moon
is offfered by the mystics i in the
name of Rabbi Chiam Vitali. Ac-
cording to this reason, the new
moon expresses a message of hope
for renewal.
Tradition has it, that the Tem-
ple of Old was destroyed on a
Saturday night,. In a sense, the
Jew may be somewhat gloomy on
Saturday night when he remem-
bers this tragic episode. Consecrat-
ing the new moon on Saturday
night gives him hope for the new
-": >.\ which will eventually come
just like th" new moon came. He
is thus praying for the extension
of the spirit of the new moon on all
r.trael, which he hopefully prays
will likewise he some day renewed
in the spirit of the Almighty.
Wh> i it customary to offer
this bene moon In the open air instead ol
indoors?
Some claim that this is done
out of res;ect to the new moon
which is regarded as a most worthy-
guest who has iust arrived. Others
claim that if tht Jew is indoors
he might be under the same roof
with impure objects. Going out
into tne open air frees him of all
impurity and exposes him to the
universal purity of nature, like the
moon.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mikaitz
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And it came to pan at the end of two full years-that Phu-
oah dreamed ." Chapters 41-46.
PHAROAHS DREAMS: Two years had elapsed sine the
chief butler's promise to Joseph, when Pharoah the King of
Egypt had two similar dreams. In the. first, sewn denn ,. *rj
devoured seven well fed cows.jand in the second, seven thin Pan
of corn swallowed up seven full ears of corn. Disturbed by his
experience, Pharoah could Bhd Bo interpreter. It w then I
the chief butler remembered Joseph and. confessing his fauh
forgetting him told Pharoah of what had occurred In prison.
Kastilj summoned before Pharoah, Joseph foretold that the
dreams meant that seven years of plenty would be followed by
seven years of famine, and their duplication signified that their
fulfillment was imminent. He advised the appointment 61 a de-
cree! and wise person with author;t> to appropriate one-fifth of
the land and store corn during the seven years of plenty against
the -even years of famine. Pharoah could find no batter cl. J
than Joseph himself who. at the age of 30, thus became grand
vizier of Egypt
JOSEPH'S BROTHERS IN EGYPT: When his brothers ar-
rived, they did not recognize him; Joseph recognized them imme-
diately but did not disclose his identity. Wanting to see if his
brother! had truly repented for their crime, he SpoM to them
harshly and accused them of bein*T spi"s. He" sjso pat them
through a series of tests that forced them to reflect back on
their sinful and evil behavior when they sold their brother into
slavery.
Use events narrated in these chapters took place in the 19th
century B.C.K". when Egypt was ruled by aliens from Syria, known
as the Hyksos kings.

Rabbi and Mrs. Caplan Attend New York Rites
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah K. Caplan
will be in New York this weekend
to attend a special service at the
Young Israel Synagogue of Forest
, Hills, during which their son.
Shlomo, will be called to recite a
blessing from the Torah on the
; Sabbath preceding his wedding,
a ceremony called "Aufnif." and
the wedding itself, which will take
i place in Brooklyn Sunday evening.
. Dec. 27.
Tziporah Gibber, the daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Yale Gibber of
i Monsey. N.Y.. win" be Shlomo's
j bride. They will make their home
in Toronto, where he will be doing
'research in Talmud as a graduate
student under a Fellowship award-
j ed by N'er Israel Rabbinical Col-
! lege. Rabbi and Mrs. Caplan will
\ also he going to Toronto; they
; will attend the wedding ol
j nepliew then* Sunday, Jan. 3.
Teenager Award Recipient
The Ner Tamid "Award, the
highest Jewish religious award co-
ins: to a member of the Boy
| Scouts of Ameriea. win be pre-
i sented-to Philip, the son of Daniel
ISchactcr. Friday evening.at Beth
i David Congregation. Philip Is an
outstanding Beth David student.
rCeliciioits ld
ervices
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EWES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). SfSO N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabb-
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. S,
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Canto. William W. Lipeon. 4 ,
Friday >i p.m. and I p.m. S-rmon:
'Paul "f TarauaJudab Maccabea Be-
fle. Uona "n 'Th.- (treat l.inn of Odd'"
Baturday 9 m Bar Mitzvah: Jacob,
on f Mi and Sim Norman Rachlln.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson 6
ti.m of Iaw"; 4:tj p.m. "Wt Are
l>reamerK.*'
BETH TOV (TempleT M38 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkee
B:1S p.m. Topic: "What I>" The
''hanukah Candh-x Teach V?" fine*
BhabbaC in htmor of Mrs. Hoy fins-
persr'a jTand."on"s liar Mitxvnh in
conjunction Vith wedding: aiMhnffai
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom nrubrrR.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday S:l p.m. Topic: "If We Llv<
1 To He 12" By 1 US."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 4175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
, Friday .vi". p.m. ami B:1S p.m. Sat-
urday 8:45 :i m. Sermon: "The Tru.-
Miracle TIFERETH ISPAEL. 6500 N Miami I
Ave. Conservative. Cantor IVareh. '
bein-Marbiny 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E. |
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein ig
<'... by in^p
Shabbat by Mr. and Mr- g 1 > Dora .
m honor of their m n Jack. Saturday
' : Bar Mitzvah J.t k, : Mr
and Mrs. Sidney 1 lorn.
ZION (TEMPLE). 6000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman V Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
| Friday v". p m Baturdaj a.m.
Bar MlUtvnh: 1 anv.nt. son ( Mr b d
Mrs. Martin Qarber I
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONfiREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "An Am lent
Drama In A toth Century Bettina "
j Follow..1 by Ones Shabbat by Mr.
Mrs Marks m honor "f Bar Mltz-
v.ih of th. ir son Gary.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Friday vi" p.m Bin Mltsvah: Buaan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rosa.
Saturday :* a m.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tjium Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Frldoj 8:18 p m
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, so
Mrs. Nathan Tari.ik. Mlnch.1 ')
p.m.
FT. UtWUOAli
BETH ISRAEL (TtMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3246 W. Oakland Paik
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. -3
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. bkop.
Cantor Ernest Schrober *
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MMMM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT.ON.
9?93 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
60
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
MAtlANOAli
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N. E. 1st Ave.
CENTER
OR OLOM (lempie) dim S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Ghx-
man. 13
Friday 8:15 p.m Topic: "Tti.' Reawak- Friday 5:S0 ami B:00 p.m. Baturday
enlna*" followed by Ones Bhabbat
ted bj 1- 1 ard Bedon In memorj
( his parents Saturday 8:45 n m
i". ami Come True.": 1:15 p m. "Por-
- ::" a m liar Mltsvah: Barry
Mr. and Mrs Ray Kaphva; Jeff, son
f Mr. ami Mr- Leonard Marcus
.' ::i> p.m. Sun..lay 8:00 a m
.
P^aboinical J eh
csision
v.
roar ami
Dee.
--
Dee. 27 Ch. in. 9.30 a.m. -The Jewish Worship Hour
Hust; Rabbi Ralph Kingsley, Temple Sinai of North jj
Dadc
Ch. 7, 10 a.m. -The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Modern Religious Festivals Similarities
and Diifercnccs"
Host: Rabbi F;ugene Lalwvitz
Guests: Rabbi Simon Murciano, principal, Hillel -*1
Community Day School; Rabbi Alexander Gross.. \ ,
principal, Hebrew Academy.
Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Topic: "Alcoholism"
Hosts. Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Ray Hughes
Panelists: Rabbi Sol Landau, Father Ross Garnsey
MIAMI BEACH
AGUO.TH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rhbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TPILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. HacKov-
Ky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBMEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Waahinqton Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TKMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
mg Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Fri.Uy 5 p.m.. 8:30 p.m. Sirmnn-
"Generation Oap Fa. 1 or Fiction?"
Saturday 9:08 a in. "Th. Weekly Por-
tion of th BfblO." in:." am Bar
Mitzvah: Jamis. sx>q of Mr. and Mr*
Vlctorio l.-thl.
D-e. 27
jiiiaiiiwiasisiittt'
"---l!l.i::::....Ji....-:.vl. SJBj BJSJ
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
C'"ii 25 I
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch of He.
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
Ben-Hill-I.
25-A
JS2Se.JSr.. SOHKN COMMUNITVi
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave I
.=
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH I
CENTER. 7S01 E. Treasure Dr.. !
North Bay Villane. Conservative |
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rahbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3j
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:15 p.m Saturday, lrenn am
Bar Mltsvah: Daniel, aon of Mr ami
Mrs. Saxnuel Cohen; Dopaid, son of
Mr. and Mrs David Kiln.-.
SK.Y LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. M
Friday 5:10 p.m. Baturday 9 a.m. Hr
Mitzvah: Oarlds, son of .Mr. and ilt-K.
Martin itisiiku 5 p.m. Minolta.
Y.UNS. 'SRAEL*~OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. sg
Friday 6:15 p m Saturday 9 a.m.
?wm"n: "J"s'i,n T,'i- Qreal Educator.
Friday 8:11 p.m. Saturday S:40 am
ccwal'gables
JVLDE/- (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
ZAMORA (TIIMf U|) 44 Zamora Av.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
liar Mitzvah: La*, wjp 0( jjr. and
H0UYW00D
BETH EL (TEMPLKf1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Sarnurl Jaffe. 4S
Friday R IS p.m. fanrata: "I-ct Th--ie
Be Light!"
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLFV. '"
Bonroe St. Conservative BsObl
orton Malavsky. Cantoi ..-ving
Gold. 46
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Snap ro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MMAMaR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wmo-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. >
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER '1
N.W. 9th St.
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f ridgy. December, 25, 1970
+Jenisli flurSdHair
Page 11-A
This Week In History
diaspora
11 ligion.
Jews had Forsaken their
40 Vwn* Age This Week: 10.10 Sharak urged Palestinians to boy-
Lord Melcbett, ex-prwWent of' ^ ^ry''^n s^,^auso of,tl,c
the Knf lisn Zionist FeKSn an. JSjaSSaJS? n (N-chairnian of the Council for the i P,__,, ... u j .- r-
i r. i ,. ,i tnglana i-stab shod stiff fines
.'lavish Agency for Palestine, died | f i,..i.u v. u u i j
i .,!.....i. t c.i for Jewish barbers who worked
in faMdM at the age of W. Saturdiiys ., non.Jewish barbe
AtvArab historian told the W-.il-- wh" vvl'rkodH Sundays,
ing Waii Commission in Cairo that Thc Ku Kliik Klan left a Christ-
an Arab had discovered America, mas present at the door of Leon
The Arab paper Maraal K! Schwartz, Jewish mayor of Mo-
_. ,-- bile, Ala.
1 Thc Union of Unemployed Intel-1
lectuals found that Polish Jews!
with college education were denied '
even street-sweeper and snow-1
shovel.t job?.
, The St. Louis Hoard of Adjust- j
:iient rejected, for the second tlm\
a permit for Beth Hayahaduth .
Congregation to remodel a resi-|
dence as a mikvah, saying it would
Ih' a zoning violation and a public
nilisar.ec.
man. Tzadik of Sadigora and a
leader of the Council of Sages,
died in Tel Aviv at the age of 76.'
The U.S.S.R.s 1EG0 Statistical'
Handbook said 10 percent of So-
viet scientists were Jewish, a rise
of 25 percent in five years.
Premier Ben-Gurion enraged
American Jews by declaring that
Four Jews were among Time
magazine's 13 scientific "men <>;'
the year:" I. I. Rabi, Edward Tel-
ler, Joshua LederlMTg and Donald
Qlasci.
Prof. Jack Bresler of Brown
University claimed surveys nf
Brown and Pembroke College
graduates showed inlerreligious
marriages led to reduced
fertility1.
The New Jersey Suoremc Court
ruled an employee could be fired
for demanding time off without
pay for Passover and Sabbath, as
"industries can ill afford t" have
any ol the cogs of their machinery
slowed up."
The U.S. District Court in Wash-
ington. DC. dismissed a suit by
George Lincoln Rockwell against
i the JTA for reporting he had hid
Under a platform duving a riot Tie
; had fomented.
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Pace 12-A
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Friday, December 25. 19~"
Outstanding Programs
Announced Bv Emanu-El
j
P'-arlman. r>rrsin>nt. and successive year on Feb. 14. thre*
San Quenfin Plans Program Of Jewish Study For Inmates
m-: F.-.'dlan'l. chairman of thy
:^, ] '. T- nave
two outstanding .pro-
to be presented to ine Ojrn-
mu pats, of the T'-rr.
r. ting cultural program.
Town Hall"
- In : it 8 pjn.
.- 10, and March 31 in
tin nnetuny of the temple
I7tt Street and Washington
ert Ham distin-
rtd formei
lent if th ted Stal
inwd to the
l ies wi th
Pro
M dd :-.! A
. 13.
.-" l .'. i tutsl
teli entei
- -
......
d eommenta-
'.. : e mplete the "Town H.-ill"
- on March 31 Mr. Newman's
... be "What Ails Amer-
a Prognosii For The Future."
ring Lehrman, spiritual tead-
i Tem Emanu-El, v.ili in-
troduce the guest artist :.: ry A.
: chairman of the "Town Hall"
Mn Jacob K-itzman.
tf the MikTi foremost reli^iou*
authorities. Dr. Max Arzt. Dr.
Bernard Mandeloaum and D:. Roo-
ert Gords. iU appear on succes-
sive Sundays in the Friedland Ball-
room at 1~C1 Washington Ave. Tr..-
them.- ; for discussion is
idem Idola-
TicketJ for the 'Town Hall'
ik! the breakfast forums
ind may r>-
purcha^ed at either the miin of-
fic- of th Temple or the North
Branch Building at 727-77th St..
M.ami Beach.
736 Scholarships
Offered By Elks
.'. arth
than : i
I the Fi i-
ternal Order, act i ling to Stanley
i. man ->f the Scholar-
>h ;. Cbmm ttee and S Larry K
mel, exalted ruler o! the Mi
. Elki Lodge.
>1U Ing scholar-
ships for tii" 1971 ca I n'c j
ranging i.i valu I m I '/> to
S2.510 taling I 1,999
siantinl increase over last year,
Applications may be made by
bAN FRANCISCO rjTAI
San Quer.tin P.-- 'tion's
largest, > planning > iffer Jewish
history and Jewish ethics for high
school credit in the January term.
It would become thi -on in
the Oi
s part of its regular educa-
t on program, according to Dr.
Hoanr J. Hastings, chief of educa-
tion for the California LVpartrn"nt
of Corrections. The teacher wi'l be
Rabbi David Davis, 34. soiritu il
of Reforr-.i Co n Ro-
i. f Sh
nrar Sin Quentin He id
pupils: "I'm
not here to r
remake you. V:\- I am here I I
v.,i things about Judaism "hat I
:
Ther \ re I n 73 i V
( at San Quentii
in a '
reci: "

co Ti Davis
t S n R
five months
N .. i. Fedei
| T Ill in New |
fork, lid h nvited 1
^^ Sar. Qv n
The invitation extended ifter
the young i I a fo iou
i-:p session with the Jewish in-1
.r. ites, w h so Impi
with him th it petitioned I
r on b-n^s foi cours In J wish
lies. The CBurses will be ooenl
to any com lei i nil will
>: Jew ish history and the
ncy of J'idjism to the
. world: inter.'.
Mac ; anti-SesnJtism, J
ind !. it. and Zionism.
R hi Dav:s said that \\l:
spoke to th Jewish Inmates
had a feeling "there was i e
i ijn chemistry between us. th *
they thousht. 'Here was a
who cared.' What they sens
!hit-k. wus trial I wasn't look
t I'-em is prisoners."
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be citizens o( the United States ofl All the class's and their teach-
Amcrira. an jurisdiction of the B.P.O.E. "" W1" ,)e ^u^'aU^ ,h'
event, sj>onsored jointly by Oholei
i Torah Women and th>- student
body, according l i an announce-
Kennedy's example in 1961.
ithei vords, Washington must
led steps to force
M<>*cow to recalculate the risks.
The obvious stops are: first,
I*. erful reinforcement ol the
Fli et In the Mediterranean:
e nd, swift reversal of the
A rrican disarmament program
th> I beral Democrats are still
oring for, and third, per-
hap a warning to Mosc th il
Ph intom-flying American "vol-
ii will enter [si ael In
I numbers with any Soviet
. ii reinforcement of Egypt
rhese are grave steps, indeed,
they are not out of propor-
to the danger In the Mid-
ii. :ia-,1 it Is In truth tin great-
danger the United Stal
h had to fare since World War
II. And it is above all a danger
to 11 e United States. The Soviet
i-i il to hit us by hitting
Israel.
fr
WHAT WE NKKD to do la
pi suade the Soviets thai r"a-
-ii ible terms had better be of-
fered in the peace talks, because
' i.r'TU! the Middle East by a
Soviet-supported attack on Is-
rael v. ill be too risky. If {he
Israelis then reject reasonable
terms, that is another unpleasant
hi dge tliMt must be crossed.
In any case, the American in-
':i -t paSSei computation. If the
I* talks fail, and the Israelis
are beaten to their knees, or
mi likely crushed by Soviet
>n, two things t ill h
In the ensuing earthquake, on
the one h ind, every t race of
item influence, connection
and power will lx' destroved In
the strategically vital Middle
The upset in the world
balance of power will be incal-
culable.
v On the other hand, for these
reasons, we shall automati-
cally move from a post-second
World war to a pro-third world
war situation. For a quarter
century, we have noured out
treasure, and sometimes blood,
to avert that ghastly transition.
,Jl was worth it. It is still worth
.it-
Scholarship, citizenship, person-
ality, leadership, perservancc, r -
Bourcefulness, patriotism, general
worthiness and financial need are
the criteria by which applicants are
Judged.
Apo'lcations mav !," obtained it
the Miami Bea h Elks Lodge, 7201
Wi ,t Ave. All applications will be:
reviewed by the Ix^dge and the
I District Scholarship Committee, j
The scholarship is for an accred- j
Ited school; applicants must !>e in
the fust ','; of their cl
For further information write
the Miami 1! iach I'.ik- Lod je, ~2)
West Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
33139.
nv nt made by Rabbi Sfaolom D.
Li| skai. pi incipai.
Traditional Chanukah d< I.
will lie provided by the woi n's
group in the courtyard-patio
ih'- supervision of Mrs. Hyman
Kolko, Mrs. Menasche Hirsch and
Mrs, Gimi le trinuan I, presidium.
. family an I friends are
i : lially in'.it"d to attei d ai
sped the schoo
facilit Ies.
The Studio Restaurant
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ftt^
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The residents of Three Seasons of Norlh'MWi Beach lio\ 6
completed Jhoij ci.'orls en behalf cf the 197'. Combined bw-
;shAppeaMsir:o! Kmoigency Fund campaign of the Greater
Mufcii !'-.: h Federaticn. Over 70lo of the residents con-
tributed to thi- year's combined campaign; their gifts re-
I Shu
fleeted1 8 1 j0"o i.ictedse bVe'r what they medqea to ir.e 1970
car.pcign. From left to rlqht are Scm Wexlir, Philip Wolf,
Herbert Levine. Alfred Friedman, David Kalkstein, Sam
Heller, Hyrnars Katz and Jacob Atlas.
Cabinet Debates Israel's
Return To Jarring Talks
Con't from Page i-.v
<1 with "improving tin- at-
mosjhere which has been cre-
at<". by these manifestations,"
r.c -ant.' and Sir Alec mart*' great
fforfs to impress upon mo that
no change has occurred in Brit-
ish policy which is that Israel
should not ai,*veo to any arrange-
)i :.t which would not ensure
.is security."
A Cabinet decision on the .1 ir-
ring talks h id boon expected Bl
MrJU
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FOR 30 YEARS
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Ossi from 11:30 A.M.
N 10:30 P.M. 4 util
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the session, and there was no
indication why it was delayed.
The United States reportedly
urged Israel to come to a decis-
ion before < hristmas t > give
A.ii- ; ican officials time to make
thi necessary arrangements for
reactivating the Jarring talks
It is said to be anxious to have
the talks resumed before Jan. 5,
when Secretarj General U Thant
deiive-s ills Mideast progress re-
port to the Security Council.
P- Ime Minister Edward Hea'h
of Britain, meanwhile called on
t'ni.ed Nations m 'diator Gunnar
V. Jarring to take the Initiative
toward a Middle East settle-
mint instead of waiting for the
parties to come to him. Heath
said that Jarring should not be
'"only a letterbox" for d'sputants
but can put forward options to
each si le."
His remarks susyrised some
observers, who noted that he
was suggesting that Jarring
p! j I trger role than the one
];, e na ily envisaged in his
peace-making mandate, which
derives from the Security Coun-
cil's Resolution 242 of Nov. 22.
1967. Paragraph 3 of the resolu-
tion requested the United Na-
tions Secretary General to desig-
nate a special representative to
"establish and maintain con-
tacts with the states c incerned
in order to promote agreement
and assist efforts to achieve a
peaceful and accepted settle-
ment in accordance with the
provisions and principals of this
resolution." Jarring has held that
his role is that of mediator and
cou'd be altered only by Secur-
ity Council action.
Coronet Hotel Offers
3 Kosher Meals Daily
Miami Beach's largest Kosher
ceanfronl hotel, the Coronet, lo-
cated at 20th Street and Collins
Avenue, now offers Florida living
on a year-round hasis In its 180
fully air-conditioned rooms. Its fa-
ilities also include a full block of
wivate beach and an Olympic-
swimming pool.
The Coronet i.ffers three Kosher
ncals daily continental break-
fast, lunch anil dinner. A resident
mashgiach will bo en the pn n I
at ad times, supervising the prep-
nation of the Kosher meals ac-
ording to dietary laws. Murray
ierkowitz, owner, has announced.
Salt and sugar-fn e diets will also
, available.
Cultural Society Sponsors
Free Voice, Piono Concert
The Miami Beach Cultural So-
ict... i lie., .. in I .^. i.. .. ....... i
i" am In the .Miami !? at ii Au-
Iitorhtm Sunday i venin Jan. ''.
featuring Walter Searpella, tenor,
accompanied by Bill Martin, and
Mme. Natalie Klimki vieh and her
Ycung Piano Artists in a perform-
i ar.ee utilizing five piano:..
The Society's president, Allen
\. Dworkis, wiil serve as chair-
I man of the evening. The 11th in a
| series of free concerts, it will be
presented by the Society in co-
operation with the Tourist Devel-
opment Authority. City of Miami
Beach. The welcome will be ex-
tended by George Valentine, rep-
resent ing Chase Federal Savings
and Loan Association, which spon-
sors the concerts, and the Hon. Jay
Drrmer, Mav.r of Miami Beach.
JaPAN6
nou#:
frimt tlrlotn if o..
t%rrtd Japanat sfy/t
MIAMI
VILLAS
*7I Edition of The
Kosher Directory
I Now Available
i
consu ed on >! th K
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; 'Mil;ie: -
lf| of O-l lox Jcv i '
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Suite ill New York, NY. M0
' the new Kosher .' id
ucts IHrectory also are avail i'>!'
ai quantity to synagogues, Jewisl
schools 'nil w imen's groups, k i :1
in asked to submit requests .a
ifficial stationerj.
Nathan K. Gross of New York
i'i i h' \ ii.i.: mal vice president
nd chairman ol the organizati m'>
.Toinl Commission for Koshet ''
m. announced the new 1970-
7*. edition. The directory section
diet t!c pi oducts, also con-
i record t ital of such k< shei
'< x'.ucts in 22 categories in thi
liri ctorv's IT! categories of koshei
oroducts and services, he pointed
out.
The Kosher Certification Scrv-
:cc of the Orthodox Union, now
in its 46th year, is the only na-
tional communally-siKjnsored pub-
l.c service program for rabbinical
endorsement and supervision of
kosher products and sendees. It is
""orated in conjunction with the
Rabbinical Council of America, the
rabbinic arm ot the Orthodox
Union, which is now marking its
72nd anniversary. Rabbi Alexan-
der S, Rosenberg of Yonkcrs, N.Y
is Rabbinic Administrator of the
Kosher certification service.
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Friday, December 25, 1970
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Just West of the Palmetto By-Pass
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
DRIVE-IN WWOOWS WEEK DAYS 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
FRIDAYS 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO.
9301 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
Mr. J. H. Jacoby and Mr. A. T. Enqelman
AA TRIANGLE TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
jf Specialists in Local & Long Distance Moving
PACKING CRATING STORAGE
Your Only Mayflower Agent in Dade County North of Flaglei
Cai I 754-5517
PHONE 759-8511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BRADY ROOFING & SHEET METAL INC.
2955 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
Phone 691-2678
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MASURCRAFT FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERING MfG.
CO., INC.
ALEX SHAYEWITZ and BERNARD ALVAREZ
144 N.E. 21 st Street PL 4-3661
Fun Fair Restaurant
1623-79th STREET CAUSEWAY, North Bay Village
MX. and MRS. DAVID KLEIMAN
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
Slwprite Bedding
Manufacturing Co.
3590 N.W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE OX 1-0480
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
PHONE 891-3684
REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS-CONTRACTORS
HOT WATER HEATERS 1555 N.E. 123rd Street
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SEIDEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave. OX 1-8700
Goldberg President Of
Jefferson National Bank
Arthur H. Counhon, chairman
of ih. Board ol Jel >n National
Bank of Miami Beach, has an-
nounc
g i: ex live vice
president ol the bank to its pres-
idency. Mr. Goldhi rg has i
with the hank since its eh irterinR.
Mr. ('. ilriberg, who came to Mi-
a^lBeWH"30>ye4n tfgfe wBP'IW
the onl> president of a Miami
Beach bank who Ls a long term
resident of the city. He and his
wife, Rochelle, and their three
children reside at 1-120 North Bay
Rd.
Mr. Goldberg graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
Pascoe Forum's Speaker
At Tuesday's 10 a.m. mtetinc of
the Forte Forum in the audito-
rium at 1200 West Ave.. Miami
Beach, Samuel Pascoe will speak
on "'Problems Facing Our Youth."
Mr. Pascoe, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Chicago's School of So-
cial Science Administration, is a
past president of Miami Beach
B'nal B'rith Council of South Flor-
ida Lodges and a trustee on the
University i t Miami's Hillel A I-
\ isory Hoard.
and received his B.B.A. and Poc-
: Jurisprudence degrees from
the University of Miami. H also
a diploma from the Stoniei
Gradu ite Schoi I Banking at
Rutgers University. He served In
: ic Uwfted States Army as re-
serve ofQcar and by the tine he
te i his reserve oMi rtl >n,
Ctajitain. "
Mr. Goldberg, who is active in
local community affairs, serves as
a member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce, as president of
the Arthur Godfrey Road Asso-
ciation, and of the Miami Beach
Home Owners Association, and as
Miami Beach Division Chairman
for Small Business of the United
Fund.
He is a member of the Dade
County Bankers Ass ciation, and
serves on various committees with-
in Tempi) Emanu-EI, Miami B ach.
He has also served as Chancellor
inder of Miami Beach
180. Ki tsof Pythias.
and is stiil active :n thi I
- well is s '. oral other civic
and fraternal organizations In Mi-
imi B ach.
RAM (OH S. MMMBtC
Residents Invited To
Fartieipate In Tourney
Resident! of the Coral Gables-
South Miami area are Invited to
participate in the mah Jon ,. tour-
be sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Jude l gin-
ning Tuesday. Jan. 12. Cofl and
cake \\ ill lx' served follow h
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. session.
Mrs. Fred ECU Iner w i I
to furnish further informal
take registrations; interest i per-
10ns n ay also call the i mpli 's
iffice.
London Cify
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
12801 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami
6851514
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COUINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone JE 4-4883
Holiday Greetings to All Oor
Friends and Customers
BROWNSVILLE
DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th AVE.
Phone NE 4-7233
W. W. Welters
A Happy Chanukah To All
MOZ-ALL
OF FLORIDA, INC.
FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL:
446-5626
A Hapoy Chanukah To All
I. GIVNER
LADIES' & MEN'S
TAILORING
'Specializing in Alterations'
12485 N.E. 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES
Distributor
Blake Tire Co.
VAUGHN BLAKE
CY MINTZ
8415 Coral Way
Ph. 661-4495
5560 N.W. 27th Avenue
A Happy Chanukah To All
-.//. and t^cltwarfzman
REALTOR
528 Lincoln Road
JE-8-4162
HERMAN GREEN PAINT
& BODY SHOP
500 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 945-4912
2530 Ali-Baba Avenue
Opa-Locka
Phone 685-5492
5879 Commerce Lane
So. Miami-666-4541
A Happy Chanukah To All
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
MARIO CASTILLO, Owner
724 N.W. 21st STREET
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
Your Host BOB HANNA
134 ARTHUR GOD-
FREY SO., MB.
PH.532 1422
hO$-J
A Happy Chanukah To All
HARRY'S
KOSHER MARKET
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531-9808
Holiday Greetings from
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX L9172
SAM OLTCHICK, Ptes.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM !? ,
COLONIAL ACRES
MOBILE HOME PARK
9674 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone 696-4231
Holiday Greetings
MAGDA'S
BEAUTY SHOP
(Formerly Tahia'i) k
1547 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach
Phone 538-1923
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SE1*TIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-5594
A Happy Chanukah To AH
THE HASTA
RESTAURANT
2665 S. W. 37th Avenue
Phone 445-3636
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FrisJgy. December. 25. 1970
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Open House, Camp Reunion
At YM-YWHA Friday
Mr. and Hn, Ed Lustig, chair-
men of the YMHA Camp Commit-
in and Dr. William Levin, chair-
man of the Membership Committee,
have announced plans for Friday
Dec. 25. at the- YM-YWHA of
Creator Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.,
riCh:dTinclude in open house and
k:> i .Minion of the "Y's" summer day
,i:npers.
Schedule of e'.onts are planned
i ii' thv day as fallows:
1! JO a.m.
12:45 p.m.
I 00 p. ii..
1 i") p.m.
!0 !> :'..
Kit her Son and
Mother Daughter
KickbttU Garni i
"Y" Women Auc-
tion
Barbeque and Lat-
kes $1 Adults, (>3c
Children's plate; all
Pepsi you can drink.
Gala Party for all
a i is including camp
slides
< hildrens Show-
s':, ;ing and I
Free ( offc cak
i cream;
1 nukah Candles
. e 111 at 5 p.m.
V. ill I)
fi
i.
,i ':i nt c! ijIV
fi
Assisting the chairmen are Mr.
and Mrs. Sandy Bochner, Mr. and
Mrs, Jay Brenner, Dr. and Mrs.
R. Golles, Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Loiter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shapiro.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone, Jacob
Mate, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ruben,
Dr. and Met. Jay M. Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Philip H. Slater. Mr. anj
Mrs. Stan Kaplan.
The focus of the day is on TP
members, their friends and rela-
tives and the community at large;
the entrance fees are being waived
for the day.
Temple Judea Schedules
Youth Symphony Concert
Temple Judea's Cultural Com-
mittee, which sponsored the per-
formance of "Androcles and the
Lion" featuring the Asolo Theater
, Players last month, is planning a
conc< rl to l>.- given by the All
Miami Youth Symphony at -1 p.m.
..n Sunday, Jan, 24.
The entire community is invited
i attend this family program;
presently avail ible at
ih'' temple office.
; Judaeans' Annual
Conclave Sunday
At Daytona Beach
More than 300 Jewish young
Eople will assemble at Daytona
ach .Sunday for the annual mid-
winter conclave of Southern Re-
I gion Senior Judaea. They will r.'p-
: Eeseni more than 32 different com-
| munltios in the south.
The thenie of the gathering this
year is "Israel Or Ligoyim.-' This
topic is the theme used in every
: facet of the four-day program
.-which includes discussions, club
j competition in skit. Israeli folk
: dancing, Hebrew singing, oratory,
' essay, poetry, . In addition, the Regional basket-
; ball and volleyball championships
will be decided.
i
Sam Fisher, director of the
; Southern Region. George Fleischer,
j assistant Regional director. Yacov
] Yanir and Yossi Avissar. Shlichim
(emmisary from the Israeli Scouts
to the Southern Region of Young
Judaeai will head up the top level
programming staff which will
Ih Ju : eans in their activi-
li s.
Thi S mthi n Re :' n nl V
: -; msoi d by the South-
ei I! -i Youth c iin-
n, which the joint
ol Fi lull ". "' i tthi : rn and
Florida Hull- s ih,
Holida. Greetings
JULIA WALLACE
Employment Agency
217 N.E. 98th Street
Miami Shores
Phone 754-4667
To All .. Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO.. INC.
James B. Burgin
Serving South Dade County
and South Miami
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phono MO 7-8831
NEWPORT
AfeE
2347 Cbral Way
. Miami 45, Florida
Call 446-1481
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ofjLfftrs
iioiiv shop
1490N, [iptf Street
Phone 757-4729
A Happy Chanukah To All
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Chock Writers
SOLD RENTED
REPAIRED
339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
374-0115
A Happy Chanukah
Royal Patio Furniture
ALUMINUM LAWN FURNITURE
Anodii.d CjiI Wrouflht
P-int.-d 4-d Paddiri
Rod Iren R.dvsed FibcrgUH
Furn. Unbro ji Cuth'oni
P.dl Bo.t Oairi Floating
Pool Cb.ii'J G'iairi Contourt
T.bloi Retailing A R.w.bbing
6808 Biscayne Blvd.
Dial 379-8712
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL
RUSSELL ALUMINUM CORP.
5700 N.W. 37th Avenue
635-1402
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
16295 N.W. 16th COURT, MIAMI
HOWARD PREUSS
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS OF FLORIDA, INC.
''A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
7175 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 696-8911
Holiday Grpgtivgs.To The Jewish Communify
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
129 N.E. 79th STREET
691-8710
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GOLD COAST GRAPHICS, INC.
605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
UNIVERSAL FIRE ARMS CORI.
3746 E. 10th COURT Hi ALE AH
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
COIIEVS RAKERY
CLOSED SATURDAYS
?S5 Woshington Avcnn MIAMI BEACH Phone It 8 610
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
w BUJtjn -w \mi:is. f.vr.
3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-8717
JACK WALKER. President
Pqe 15-A
$
GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
American savings
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MAIN (OCEANSIDE) OFFICE: 1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
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SWARD BROAD. Chairmin ol the Board MORRIS N BROAO. President
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Miami Florida Friday, December 25.
1970
Section B
AJCongress Leader Charges Quaker
Report Contains Anti-Jewish Bias
' :'.'.'. YORK fJTAl The
Servic i Com-
ias I en used of show-
I ep-s ited, unconsci ius
-h lias in iis r
ace in the Middle
I :
: J stii i Wia Polier,
of the Committee on
tiiv Am Tie.in Jew Ish
C ..- --. charged in an o
letter to the Fi lends in the cur-
rent Issue of Congress Bi-Wi
Mag izinj;, the official puhlicat n
of the Qwigress, that the
'Quak ' i!>- uned and distorted liy per-
sistent notes of anti-Jewish prej-
udice.*' The result, she said, his
"created an awful gulf between
those responsible for this docu-
ment and Jews everywhere."
The A.TCong-css leader sits on
the bench of th" New York Fam-
ily Court. Because of the Friends'
long record of human'tarian serv-
ice and clnim of imoartlallty,
Jud je Polier wrote, the reoort
was "more disturbing than bla-
tant attacks against Israel by
th se who hue sworn to de-
stroy it or bv the position of
openly anti- Semitic groups."
The Friends report, which had
n Idery ci eulate I In pam-
phlet form for al cit a y ar, was
recently p"jb''shd as a Faw ,:<
I, erbai k. Tin' "working partv"
which prepari .1 the report f ir
Fi, n Is w is he i li I by Lan-
Boll ;.wh > is pre 11 :
nCollege inR chmond,
; ..>,.
I take the first step towar 1
pledging to withdraw
l "ii the occupied terrltori
nd t > institute a program ol
n or lid to the Pal stinian
refu
Jud ; wrote that the
study, "und : the guise of an
' i eal ::- that if Ameri-
can too much pressure
on government officials on be-
half of Israel, it may endangi .
'interfaith harmony and brother-
hood between American citi-
... Do not the Friends
rev.lize that if this is the price
demanded, th?y have reduced
'interfaith harmony and brother-
hood' i> a mockery, a snare and
and a delusion?''
She observed that possibly the
"most shocking evidence of a re-
gri ssion by Friends to historic
bigotry against Jews is to be
found in its repeated references
to Israel striking back on a 'two
eyes for an eye' basis. One must
ask why Friends should seek to
give the impression that Israeli
counterterror stemmed from a
[lous commitment to ven-
geance th'wifijh .i fale Quotation
from th Old Testament?"
Ju Ige P 'Her, who :s a nati inal
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress and a former
Ident of iis National Wom-
en'.- Division, declan d that "th
qi i oi of antl-Jewlsh preju
dice on a conscious or uncon-
. a tin rais 'd by
i i id t!i text
Thus, di snite efforts i
Dr. Gressman Guest At Auxiliary Lunch
Dr.....' : '
, itu Sinai Hi spital, will
l> .... ..! g test al a I
I i, hosted by Mrs. Samuel
1 ;;. hi r home Tuesday.
Mi ml ts ol a s< lect Mount Sinai
Hoaj ital Auxi Iary committee to
,i the Auxiliary's pai -
.;.. n in the hospital's $20
million M< tlU al O nti r construc-
tion i roj. ct an on the gui si list.
] unds ... K I > the Auxiliary will
be earmarked for Dr. Grossmai 's
depart n.. nt in the hospital's new
:......ties.
r> :. of the planning oom-
will be at;, nding the
n the Fricdlan i home are
Mn Blank, Mrs. Carl
Welnk Max On vll :, Mi i.
A. C. Fii
....
Murii i Hirsch Pit k ind Mi R i
krs. samvil mauum
The Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children s
Service held one of a series of coffees at the home of Mrs.
Lester Mishcon recently attended by, among 'Jm
Henry, (loft) assistant to the executive director of JFCS; Mrs.
Walter Lebowitz; Mrs. Mishcon; Mrs. Bert Beleniki and Mrs.
Sol Goldstein. The Women's Committee holds these coffees
regularly to apprise new members of the many direct com-
munity services available thru JFCS.
appear impartial, the study re-
peatedly refers to terror and
counterterror without acknowl-
( Iging that, with less than a
Iful of exi i
h is always been initiated by th i
Ai abs."
The -'-.1 |y, shi conl nued a's i
li a lut l y name the only
isault by a Jewish ex-
tremis! ou] on an Arab village
in April 1! 13 tx fore th re w is i
government >! Israel. No bas
ssacre o- Israeli children or
b >mbing of civilian areas are
mentioned by name. Even Arab
ti rror that brought death to Is-
raelis is minimized as irritating
border attacks.'" Judge Polier
urged the authors of the report
"to re-examine their ovvn hearts
and conscience."
Over 1,200 guests attended the annual luncheon held by
Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach for Mount Sinai
Hospital's Turner Program at the Fon'.ainebleau Hotel. Look-
ing pleased with the success c: the social and financial func-
tion are Mrs. Melvyne Sommers, (left) executive vice presi-
dent of the group; Samuel Geitner, executive vice president
cf Mount Sinai Hospital; Mrs. Michael Bright, president of
the Cancer League and Mrs. Abe Schonield, chairman of
the luncheon with Mrs. Sommers.
Iraq Situation Worsens
TEL AVIV (JTA) Tourists
arriving here from Arab nations
have reported that the situation
is becoming worse for the Jews
who had visited Iraq said th
economic position of Jews l.i
that country has deteriorate',
and that they face physical pel -
s> cution. Jews are still being de-
tained in Egypt also, accordir.:
remaining there. One American to the tourists.
Chanukah
greetings
front
BXJRD I 3>TE 'S
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be as bright .
OS the Chanukah light!
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Ondr. Benktwd To
Ahriime Command
Of Reserve Center
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asked to >' on

Dr. Bock n..:
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Serving as voluntary a .ton. David
a. n B Boy* Prar*
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John H. Halliburton.
H l'h ,:l'"
H Kellstadt, James A. McLamore.
A. M. I'...'.. Wll-
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g ment. nw and ;v
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f Master siness Art
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toward the Ma*>tei I Ai U It
- Vne M -' degr
'' It :: lUgh th' I '-M
c/Hoe. toeffr BfsirjMo, o$w* astin (iall Issued
Shevin Offices Relocated
firm of Shi .:.
.-:.,: I thai
taking over his
ri ti atton gei era! >! the
la and that Arnold
I) Shevin wI 1 become a member
of the firm, which will continue
' .'I practice of law under
th- name of Shevin and Shevin in
of:. | on the fourth floor of the
Flagler Federal Building, m nk
1st St, effective Jan. 1. with Je-
rome H. Shevin and Arnold D.
Shevin as partners.
2,10
W-letai* Distributurt f
fifth David Program To
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Religiodrama ; -of r>ro-
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incorporate! "P role
playing, role reversal, non-verbal
communication, casionalty !
ites "initiated mbol pro-
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tivity training." Audiences par-
ticipate in ipontaneous and un- i
rehearsed dramas nstrating I
the l ssential Jewish values for the
I 1 it ion of social [Hoblems.
is til
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Women's Council Meeting
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:nt? in the Hos-iita'i: /
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:an Avenue Tu sda '
at 12:30 p.m. A coffee will pre-
'' th progi im, Mrs. P. Wolmer,
n -idi nt, ar.r.oir.ccd.
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Harry Bloom is chairman and
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"Monte Carlo Nite" being held
at Young Israel, 990 NE 171st
St., Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
! Games, prizes and refresh-
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prize i3 a portable TV.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
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No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
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As the candles burn brightly
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
that life can bring
That's happiest and best
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Friday. December. 2b, 1970
I
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More flian 300 guests joined in sing'ng "Happy Krthday"
lo Gertrude Korshak, who was celebrating her' 80ih birth-
e bunder's day luncheon held by the Louis Brcn-
"' '''^- '; ah, at the Fontainbleau Hotel. In her
--:ric-. hex family in Eosion sent Brandeis a check for S1.000.
Is 'ffnvi bcinq presented v.-ith a "Mount Scopus Pillars
illcate." Mrs. Rose Ruban, president cf Brandeis
fc.'t; Mrs. Elizabeth L. Steinbaclfi chairman of the
.-, a'-xnht. Mis. Korshak, who has been life membership
". :f:T??!!'. fcr thin group fcr a number of years, practiced
... Vf- xs than 50 years in Boston and still is a member
Sb*!absochu3ett3 Law Association.
Sol C. Shaye, whose appointment as Central
Miami Beach area chairman of the 1371 Com-
plied Jewish App=>al-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign was announced this week by
Joseph H. Kanter, general chairman cf the
1971 drive, met with Crystal House commit-
tee to discuss plam W the building's Jan.
25 fund-raisera cocktail parly. From left
to right are Irving Wrtrren, Harry Brickman,
Albert Riskind, Mr. Shaye. Leu Harris, Sara
Friedkmd ana Max Mitchell. Mr. Shaye, who
will be responsible for the high-rise and con-
dominium complexes in the central area c:
Miami Beach will be assisted by a team o:
workers including Den Cutler, Ssacoast Tow-
ers West; Alex Schneidman, Executive
House; Lou Harris, Crystal House, and Irv-
ing Reinaold, Seacoast Towers South. Mr.
Shaye's home is in the Seacoast Towers
Five.
Ohb!ei Tcrafc Fund Auction Bsneficiary

\ nus art auction, with
I ; to ;hi Scholarsh
, Torari Daj &
will | .:.:; Caribbean
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Goixhmm tnnouncc*
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Collectors Art Gallery In the
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some of the 1'isi oil paintings
lithi ni hi prod d bj such ar(
;-' a Libcrn .i!,. M ish
R ith S md VVil
Vrintra b; (hi works of 3 I iut-
trtists ol this & m rath i
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More than 200 ladies attended the American
Friends cf Hebrew University's annual
"Woman of the Year" luncheon at the Eden
Rcc Hotel and contributed approximately
S18.C0C to the 137: Combined Jewish Appeal-
i I' : Fund campaign cf the
Gr< atei Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. J>
Kipnis, Woman's Division CJA-IEF
an, 3 the guest speaker: Mis. Else
i wo toncred as the "Woman cf the
." Lett to ra' 1, M's. Herman YabUck,
I i Fed 'ir l's
Woman's Division; Mis. Kipnis; Mis. Burton
R. Levey, president, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Women Division; Mrs. Eonem
Mr3. Trudy Hamer?chlag, president, Ameri-
can Friends of Hebrew University's Women';
Division; Mrs. Carrie Rosen, trustee, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Divis-
ion and Mrs. Jack Katzman, Chairman cf the
Day and Advisor. Miami Beach Area Board.
Women's Division, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
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Xaeiniva *Jeraft Uodaath
ana
Invites you to attend the
^/fnnual JLjinncr
Sunday Evening, January 24, 1971
at
Beth Israel Congregation
Harry IS. Schtcartz Auditorium

Honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lenovitz
of WUhes-Barre, Pennsylvania
lAtcal Address: Plaza 800 West Avenue
Apt. 242, Miami Beach
Devoted Friends Of Torah Vodaath
Milton Kalm. Chairman
l '^y.

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nnd the Derma'pcal process
developed by Bette Knowlton,
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papava enzyme i^ incorporated
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Complexion care with papaya
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no cost or obligation. Informa-
tive literature or an appoint-
ment may be secured by calling
758-3149. Or you may write for
the location of the nearest Bette
Knowlton Clinic. Bette Knowl-
ton Derma'pcal Clinic and Lab-
oratory. Inc., 5601 NW 7th Ave..
Miami. Fla. 33127. Ad\.


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Friday. December 25. 1970
Students Observing Jewish Book Month
r
c i Walk :
- School have
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red
by the A
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S s\ ":. : -. ; Youth <
S -'
> PVs .hay**
.-owed books front
\ ; Sam S
Berlin Named to Fill
Vacancy On Board
Miami attorn y Jerome C. B--r-
named to I
\ tanCJ > the Dade County 7. .-
.-. I : reated
e rti Leonard Lc nst
v _-. tsl month. N< b)
ected Commissioner Joyoi
- > ac-
ted by the Commission
A L3-year resident of Dade
Count} the new hoard memb
graduated from Miami Beach High
S Si i >L th" University of Florida
the University of Florida
<" 1V ge of Law.
Mr. Berlin, a practicin;* Certi-
fied Public Accountant for four
years before entering the leeal
profession, live* in Miami.* south-
west section with his wife, Dawna.
ar.d 17-month-old son. Bret.
He is a member of the Amcric
Institute of Certified Public Ac-
( mntants, Florida Bar Associa-
tion, American Bar Association.
Association of Attornev..
C rifled Public Accountants and i
charter member of the King's
Bay Optimist Club.
Edwin S
i a Tr- Lil
I
- B>ok r
.
[ M
Irs. Bex n Alts
tors S
7 San S :h .: Mi i
* 5 > in mem
I Sam Schorr
.
tions of f
_-:
idge t and tl
s grown to

. im s
- its first Mrs. Jack
:. n is 1 present libi
\
At the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid's
recent membership luncheon, its president,
Mrs. Jack Greenberg, announced that in this
Bat Mitzvah year the Sisterhood has the larg-
est membership in its 13-year history, a total
of 550. From left to right are Mrs. Carlton
Blake, pas; president; Mis. Herman L. Shaw,
chairman of the life membership committee;
Mrs. Greenberg, Mrs. Morris Cohen, sponsor
cf the luncheon; Mrs, Yvette Silberger, mem-
bership vice presidont; Mrs. Abe Fogelrr.an,
membership committee cochairman and
Mrs. Louis Cohen, past president.
1
Miami Happenings
Camp Mountain Lake To
Hold Annual Reunion Here
Camp Mountain Lake
: n -han 700 campers and b1
spent the sumi er, will
h 'i its m p i''-"nio"> '
Fish Market on the 79th
way Sundav. A -
12:15 p.m. orientation a u
i planned for prospective camn-
I their parents before the
reunion begins.
A buffet luncheon will be si
1 m 2-4 p.m.; movies aid slides
>r the camp will be shown contin-
|y during the afternoon and
tl i Miami Beach High School band
v. in provide music for dancing, the
i a ni is. Al and Nam tti
F i have announced. Charlie
the eamp's horseback rid-
ing instructor for more than 20
\ ars, will make his first visit to
i lor the occasion.
The Women's Club of Sea-
- South will have
Its first annual art display
from 1 to 3 p m. Sunday, in S- -
coast South'a -Souths pool area.
>rding to Mary' Pearl man.
'."nt. The display will con-
.- painting, sculpture and
.>-, nv !;.: .:: work, che-
ated by Scaco3st residents.
The I960 g class of
High School will
its 10-year reunion at the
Di auvillc Hotel Saturday. About
300 pers ma arc expected to at-
tend. Dennis Kti.s is chairman;
co-chairmen are Elaine Ross
Margie Browner; Mrs. Barrj
Kutun Is door prize chairman.
TIt' Drama League of Mi
present a check to Dr. Ar-
tllro di I'ili| d th Op
.;
hi Id Jan. 12
Hi Restaurant, T';';. Harl
Mrs. Harry Blmene,
the I am
s id. The :h
Op i Guild
"Hall of Fame."
Rev. r:i\id Ruaaell,
if the Ar '
s n R lio and Tel '. \
m nt. sooke at B irrj Co
Comrn n* nt pxercises
week, he lore 53 Studenl
ed their d
The holidays
[hter for the i......
Parkway General Hospital by
^Brownies anil Girl Scouts >f th
neighborhood who made bright-
ly colored favors to be placed
the traj ol the patients dur-
ing each day oi th^ holidays
Participating in the project
(iirl (tossst Troop 610 under the
leadership of Mr*. A. Zook. and
Brownie Troop S-Vi under the
leader>hip of Mrs. L. Sbeflbk The
Brownies and Girl Scouts were
eiven a tour of th1 various de-
rtments of the hospital by
tnteer Tour Cha rmen Mrs.
Cells Schorehart and Mrs. Caro-
lyn Kelloer.
Flagler Promotes Keith
S ymour D. Keith has be n pro-
I to senior vice president of
Flagli ; & Loan As -
Mr, Ki th, | in his
. soci.'. in ith I" F I
-
-
Bedrooms Kitchenettes Suites
Pool Restaurant Lounge
111 Ail SEAS RESORT MOTEL
17315 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33160
Phone 945-3551
Happy Chanukah Greetings To All Our Friends
L
COUNCILMAN
TONY DELEONARDIS
and Wife Eileen


Friday, December. 25, 1970
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Jewish ftorMton
Page 7-B
All 17 groups which form the
Miami Chapter of Hadamah com-
bined for the recent Monday after-
noon Youth Aliyah pledge lunch-
eon in the Grand Ballroom of the
Shnuton-Fou,' Amb'.i&sadors Hole!.
'I he guests were tn ated to a roving
fashion show during lunch. Mem-
bers modeled from the Greta Sing-j OnV ovetateed**allver uu
er co l.-ction. Mrs. Morris Herman.' peared on her jacket
president of the Miami Chapter,
topped her deep fuchsia wool knit
suit with a gaucho hat. Mrs. Max
Jacobson, Chapter chairman for
Youth Aliyah. chose a dual color
Hnd fnbrjr cr!ib:n.ition with verti-
cal .Irtail int.-.- >
in a black fake-fur shirtwaist
dress. It was belted at the waist
and gold buttons detailed patch
pockets. Black and white was the
color combination choice of Mrs.
Herman Isis. A check pattern
banded the black bodice and the
kirt was in the checked fabric.
ttO.l a.
Mrs. Stanley Butbin's black wooi
jump suit rnd a deeply scooped
neckline Her hot pink blou.se fea-
tured the full sleeved silhouette.
Persian lamb m is the detail of in-
teresl on Mrs. Frank Krewtzer's
wine colored dress. It was in a
deep band at th hemline and cuffs.
Mr*.-Marvin Will's choice for the
jite'-noon was cranberry colored
Bants ensemble A beige pants en-
semble, topped with a bright fring-
icho. was ''tn by Mis. Har-
<> I Steinmetz,
Mrs. Benin'; Mandler's ni\\
Blue wool featured the nautical
It) ng. Th,- tailored trim was In
vhiie and a soft >;lk scarf t'iopod
her <:ress. Black braid trimmed the
Beige pants ensemble worn by
Mrs. Murray Drexler. The V neck-
line carried the braid down the
front of her j.eket. White was,
the color choice of Mrs. Harvey
P.obliins. The fabric was wool, the |
dre>s had a high neckline, and yold
military buttons -.ere featured on!
her matching coat.
Dandelion yellow, black, and!
whit.- stripes combined in the long
Sleeved, high necked drpss worn;
bv Mrs. John Reich. She topiM'd it ,
with a charcoil colored tunic
1, ii. th vest. M"- Sam Rosen was
Mrs. Tulin To Be
Luncheon Speaker
Thi 11 idass in ()en er for
er residents will hold h r ,i i
i: itel at
2:30 p.m. it hi unoui.....d
Mis > ha i Tu'.in, of New
'ork Rnd P ilm Bi i c i, n I
ational v Ic president ol i ladt -
th. II be the r k si sp aker.
ib'ect will be "The Hadassah
I ic-il (>t canizat ion Today."
The inimitabl Terry Boss, a
'ugc. r din and ni<*ht club Star
ho is w'l'.-lcown in the Miami
leadn are-', will nrwilp *he*Wl
1 enteHn'nmont. Miss Ross, who
i now entertainment director of
the Lido Spa Hotel, will be ac-
companied by the well-known San-
dra Shaw, who served as the
piano accompanist for USO show
when they toured overseas.
Reservations must be made and
paid for in advance; no tickets will
be sold at the door.
Mrs. Martin Hochman's nav;
gaucho ensemble featured the tota
look with matching shoes and hose
Her pants and sleeveless vest wen
worn with a white silk crepe bodic
with the long, extra full sleeves, "
handmade knit dress in the mid
length was chosen by Mrs. St.inle;
Gilbert Putty was the backgrouni
color with a largp diamond desig-
of red and yellow on the lower hal
of the skirt. Her dress was big)
necked, long sleeved, and won
with red accent boots. Mrs
Leonard Davidson also chose a
hand knit dress for the luncheon
Hers combined toffee brown, burn'
'range and avocado. The tongue tb
length hemline was trimmed with
ranch mink; brown suede boot-
completed her ensemble.
A sleek black ribbed jump suit
was chosen by Mrs. Norman Kas-
ser. It hid long sleeves, a high
neck, and was belted with a large
silver buckle in a snace-agc de-
sign accent at the waistline. Mrs
Harold Abbott's coffee colored
suede dress was worn with match-
ing suede boots-. Her accent piece
was a leopard hit. Mrs. Ann
B'oek's midi ensemble was in black
and white. Her white bodice had a
high neckline and the buttons on
her black skirt were open to the i
knee. It was h-lted with reptile;
around the waist and topned with'
a hip length black coat. Mrs. Har-.
vey Friedman chose a velour p:mts
ensemble. Pink, lilac, purple nnd |
white encircling stripes combined I
'o accent the tunic stvlerl suit.
Vorkmen's Circle Branch
ets Election, Installation
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
nd its Women's Club have sched-
led the election and installation
>f officers for the coming year at
7 p.m. Sunday in the Lyceum. 25
Washington Avc.. Miami Beach.
Guest s|eaker will be Stephen J.
lemten, a member of the Team-
sters" Union Educational Institute
vho has lectured at Rutgers. Cor-
lell and many other universities.
Mr. Rensen will discuss the Jew-
sh Labor Committee.
IMPORT
FASHIONS INC.
7455 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0039
? A ? .t A W

Wish Your Jewish Friends a
with a gift of flowers
from
f^MBsSBs^
^(ThffxotifGnrilfns
T/ie Soulh'i loigpil F/orul
MIAMI
4800 Bisf:. Clvcl.
757-8401
FT. LAUDEROALE
2501 N. federal Hwy.
',64-0586
MIAMI BEACH
607 Lincoln rid.
533-3361
HOLLYWOOD
2003 Hollywood Blvd.
923-1201
CORAL GABLES
5955 Ponce do Leon
665-5423
BOCA RATON
2834 N. Federal Hwy.
399-6SII
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
2231513
HOLIDAY
SPORTSWEAR
Wishes AH Their Good
Happy Chanukah To All
Friends and Customers A
537 N.W. 24th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2771
Holiday Greetinqs
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Specialists
BOB NELSON
Drugs
# Cosmetics
# Sundries
# Free Delivery
6939 S.W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
CAUSEWAY
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
721 5* STRFrT
On Miami Beach 672-2321
"Everything Electrical"
PLAZA
OPTICAL
SERVICE
Wet Hollywood Shonning Plan
Phone 989-2554
Prescriptions Filled Contact Lenses
Lenses Duplicated Renairs
HARRY COLLEN. Optician
270 S. State Road 7
Hollywood, Florida
t
WISHING ALL MY
Friends A
CSapp tg 4 ha mi Ii a h
HARRY RIDGE
WORLD FAMOUS
PLACE PIGALLE
SHOWPLACE OF THE SOUTH
f
215-22nd STREET, MIAMI BEACH.'
RESERVATIONS 538-0055
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
bernardo inc.
fashions in elegance
CREATORS OF FINE SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
SHIFTS and SWIMWEAR
distributed internationally
2801 N.W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 634-9758
shirtales by sherma
S>*/ li'/'y \JXappu C_/miiiiAm/i to S^fll
BOXING TUESDAY-WRESTLING WEDNESDAY
Miami Beach Auditorium
GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMS0N & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC.
Electric Contractors
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Phone 261-2715
501 S.W. 71st Avenue
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
American Sightseeing Tours
1000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
PHONE: 445-0098
e:
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
6444 BISCACNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 754-251
GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO, CORAL GABLC5 415-/959
Happy Chanukah Greetings .
NEW DESIGN FURNITURE
2428 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 642-5244
BEST WISHES FROM .
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BOOK HORIZONS
South Cacpus Location Phone 665-6161
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U. of Miami)
North Campus Location Phone 681-0148
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
\


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* JenistFihrldton
Friday, December 25, 1970
MRS. CLARK GAL1N
lUmee lone Mann Now
Wrt. Ronald Jacobson
I m Mann became Mrs.
J na'd C. Jacots^n in w
em d Friday. Nov. 20
ias been annour.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
-rold Man.-.. 2600 S\V 27th St..
new Mrs. Jacobson graduated
m Coral Gables Senior High
nool and Fairleigh Dickinson
Iverslty's School of Dental Hy-
ne in Teantck, N.J. Her hus-
nd. whose parents are Mr. and
-. Max Jacobson, 8335 S\V 72nd
.. graduated from Coral Gables
ilor High School and attended
University of Florida before
taining his degree from the L'ni-
sity of Miami.
Wendy Mishkin
Becomes the Bride
Of Clark D. Galin
Wendy Gale Mishkin, dan
of D-. and Mk. Jack H. Mishkin,
150 I.a G ro Dr Miami Beach.
became the bride of Clark David
lin In T p.m. ceremonies p :-
by RaV>i Maj r Abi
a it .it thx iotel
19.
-.i il hy rtenist. 1
... | i ,. ...

- ty of P nsvl n i. Her hus-
I. the son of D: I Mrs. ]
I. Galin. Soul I-
I fron LTn D,>-
troit and is i nl ttendii
I Uni> ers '.
! trj
The new Mrs. G ilin selected
a ca it g rw n ol r au de i
in the empire style, with a beaded
Alencon lace bodice and long Dtte I
sleeves. It a!so featured a hi'ih
n-ckline and long attached cha;xl
train. Her matching headpiece of
ivory beaded Alencon lace had a
triple tier of French illusion.
Debbie Hulten served as mnid of
honor: bridesmaids were Sharon j
i Galin. Cindy White, Rhonda Evans.
i and Joanne Rosenkoff. Dr. Robert
Galin served the groom as best
J man: S'uart Mishkin. Gary Galin.
' Kent Fritch, and David Vine
ushered.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Indianapolis after they
eturn from their honeymoon in
the Virgin Islands. Puerto Rico,
and New Orleans.
Ii. and Mrs. Jacobs! n are mak-
irg their home at T."3'j SW 82nd
Miami.
Reisnuau Announce
Sharon's Engagement
'.'.. and Mrs, -I m ph B. Reisman.
I SW 69th Ter., announce the
gagemenl of their daughter,
S iron r>alr to Ralph K. Marcus.
1 sen ( f Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
rcus, 2466 SW 21st Ter.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
S ithwcst Miami High School, is
b student at the University of
. ami. Hit fiance graduated from
. ami Senior High School and re-
. d his B.S. degree from the
ivcrsity of South Florida.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING RfPtlRlNB
Serving Dad* County Over 25 Year*
1811 S.W. 14th ST. Nl 6-9904
SEASON THRU APRIL
1 bedroom apt. turn. Close to Bus.
I Shopping (Kwik-Oiek), Residen-
tial, No Pets, Adults, Reasonable!
S. Li lien thai 1537 SW 19th St.,
Miami.
PIANO TUNING
BY
<0he ItiorhU
754-1865
CHANUKAH SALE!
DO YOUR SHOPPING AY
GLENWEN ACRES
COUNTRY RIDING SHOP
Everything for the horse and rider.
New and used 1Mb Open every
day.
6801 S.W. 120th Avenue
Phone 271-2008
GLENNEN ACRES
Boat our Club House for Dances,
Parties, HAYRIDES, Barfceqae Pita.
6801 S.W. 120th Avenue
Phone 271-2998
Mareks Will Host
Auxiliary^ Party
ml
The monthly naity riven by the
Women's Auxiliary. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Home for the Aped
1 < Douidas Gardens) for the resi-
li nts of the Home will be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Max Maivk in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary and the Chanukah Festival.
The public is Invited to attend
the event, which will take place
at the Home. 151 NE 52nd St.,
\iiami. beginning at 1 :4.~j p.m.
Sunday. Mrs, Frances Makovsky.
irogram coordinator, has arranged
for Maestro Irving Pietrack and
! his orchestra to provide music for
lancing, courtesy of Local 655.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. pres-
ident of the Auxiliary, will greet
->nd welcome guests. Refreshments
will he provided.
Bus reservations are available
through Mrs. Maurice Astrov and
Mrs. M. S. Trued 1.
ROYAL PALM
HOTEL
KOSHER CUISINE
DINING ROOM OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC
PLEASl PHONE FOR NSIRVATIONS
531-7381
1545 COLI'NS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Happy Chanukah To All
f~^oincicMct
Directly On the Ocean
at 16th Street
531-0011
Spacious Convenient
vJflH jitan
Collins at 17th Street
A Few Steps from Lincoln Rd.
538-7531
NOW BOTH UNDER THE
NEW MANAGEMENT OF
IR WIN GOLDBERG
and PAUL KASDEN
iSadine Alter. Husband Louis Barocns
Honeymoon In France, Switzerland
MRS. JtRROLD HORHSTin
} (Aerie Annis Is Bride
Of Jerr old Hornstein
Valerie Ceil Annis, daughter ol
Mrs. Joae| h Adler, 1000 NE 14th
Av.\. Hallandale. and the late
Philip Annis, became the bride of
Jerrold Mark Hornstein Sunday.
Dec. 20. at the Diplomat Country
Club.
The new Mrs. Hornstein attend-
ed Smith College and the Univer-
sity of Florida after she gradu-
ated from Miami Norland High
School. Her husband, the sen of
Mr. and Mrs. Fran Hornstein. 1815
NE 186th St.. North Miami Beach,
also graduated from Miami Nor-
land. He has since been a student
at Georgia Tech.
After a wedding ti i;> to Jamaica.
Mr. and Mrs. Hornstein will live-
in Atlanta, Ca.
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated
at the Temple Israel of Greater
Miami c remories which unit d
N'adlne Ruth Alte>r and Louis
- met i la pe on s iturday,
D 19. The couple will spend
honeymoon in France and
Svi itzei land.
A red it of Coral iS -n-
It Hi
...
if Mian

lion a a ,;
: i ilon Phi.
i. the son i !
Mrs G ra I I cas, 91 I SW 51sl
St., and gr ol Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Egherman, is a graduate
of Southwest High Scho I. He is
ii- i in his junior year a< the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The bridal party Included Mrs.
Paul Brown, matron of honor, the
groom's sister. Jacqueline Barocas,
maid of honor; bridesmaids Ellen
Barocas, Judy Moss and Carol
Barloff; the groom's sister. L> bl le
Barocas. junior bridesmaid: his
brother Jimmy Barocas, best man,
: the bride's brothers, Steven Alter,
P.ebert Alter and Micha- 1 Alter,
and Paul Drown served as uahera.
i ro*her, Jimmy Barocas, b ti
When they return from Europi
Mr, .and Mrs. Barocas Will lit,
Miami.
MRS. 10UIS BAROCAS
MRS. MARTIN R. WCINKLE
Rise Berkotvitz To
Be A June Bride
Rise Berkowitz will be a June
bride, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Berkowitz. 6465 SW 52nd St..
announced this week.
Rise and her fiance. David Her-
shoran. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ilershoran of Toronto.
Canada, have made plans to marry
next June.
RegistrationJon. 2nd
ALLMAN
UNIVERSITY
257 COLLINS, MIAMI BEACH
531-4066
Bertha Berriz And
Martin R. Weinkle
Will Lice In Boston
p.. ston. Mass.. will be the future
hi m ol P' rtha P.eniz and her
hus'and, Martin Robert Weinkle.
The couple was married in the
home ol the gro m's parents. Dr.
and Mrs. Julian Weinkle, 10 Ar-
vkia Pkwy., Coral GaM S mdaj
2 i, at -1 p.m. Dr. J is
Kan ffici ited al th c i n ml
, n ception in hoi i i of th!
i n foil wi d.
bride, a junioi at '"
vi i ..;. <>t Miami, wh< re she is
In Sociology, is I
laugh11 r of Aimam'." u lerth i
r rrfa ol Coral GaUi She was
Mil nded by Lynn Wi inkle, matron
of honor and Kathy Weinkle. flow-
r girl. William Weinkle served as
best man.
The W< inkles will live in Boston
while he completes his docti I
program in Polities at Brandeis
University, Waltham, Mass.
True Sisterh Hold Tag Day
The United finer of IYu< Sis-
ti rs held n Tag Day for the ben -
fit of the Tumor Clinic at Variety
Children's Hospital last week. Ar
| open meeting and fashion show
was held this week at Hibiscus
1 Lodge, Alton Road and loth Street,
Miami Beach.
"For the personal Professional Touch" J5
CALL SYLVIA MILSEN

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FLOWERS by
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H 1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3291
^* fMercanfi/e National Sank Building)
Frieda Cohen To Be Feted
The Ladies Auxiliary ol Harrj
H. ('. hen Post 723, Jewish War
Veterans, will hold a "Frieda
Cohen Night" honoring one ol its
best-known and hardest-working
mi mli. rs Sunday at S p.m. The
Post and Auxiliary Is inviting all
JWV and JWVA members as well
as Frieda's many friends to help
ci lebrate the occasion The eve-
ning's program Will include enter-
tainment and refreshments.
Individual Attention to
&betyru
Individual Needs
Private Schools Grades 5-12
Bojiness Courses Tutoring
Brjward Schools 5?5-2C71
Dade School? 444.6543
Vw v iw w rm
pOiipT NStt vpv **
tabbi Joseph E. Rotkovsky
** JI 145W
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CREATIVE
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ESTABLISHED 3S YEARS
11630 N.I. 2nd AVI. MIAMI
PHONE 757-3145
MEMBERS OF MASTER CHARGE
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Friday. December, 25. 1970
9-Jewisti rhrk/ian
jj Carol Sne Durbin, Harvey E. Reiser United in Marriage
Page 9-B
)
I
A candlelight, double-ring cere-
mony co-.ducted by Rabbi David
Shapiro oi Temple Sirmi united
Carol Sue Durbin and Harvey Ed-
ward Kttser in .: oriage Saturday
evening, Dee. 19> in the Dora!
Countrj Club.
The b ighl r of Mr. ai d : Ir
[. Ab Ca r Ct.,
Uyv otd. th Mis K< iser
I I .
nrc II
wh re
'lotir.g her
i 4 .....
fl Ml :..-.'
wood
Reel
.. S :h ol
and a I i nivei sity oi
.. i |
:: a A linistration from
' i i. sil : Miami in June.
rhe -a h i was given in
trrjagi by her father, chose a
Vietoiian style gown of off-white
silk satin with chapel train, flared
cuffs and teed pearl trim on the
bodice. The Juliet style satin head-
piece which held her elbow-length
Kilk Ulusii n v. il was trimmed with
matching sw>d.pearls, and she car-
i led a bouquet of white orchids
and roses baby's breath and lily-
of-the-\Ml< y. The ring used for
the ten mony had previously been
i.tili-vd fly her mother and two
listen.

Tin- : ..!al attendants were at-
tired In (ull-kngth Victorian-style
gown ol royal blu* velveteen with
laci bodi es and si,cms. matching
blue velveteen Juliet caps and
short veils, The honor attendants
carried cascades oi yell w roses;
the bridesmaids' floral arrange-
ments C( ntained y How roses and
blue carnations. The bride's sister.
Mrs. Arthur Kail was matron of
honor; n.aid of honor was Jessica
Rieback. I ridesmaids Included the
bride's sister, Mrs. Jack Packar,
Ihe gJ sister, Mrs. Steven
Hellman, and Leslie Ltnder. Tamra
Kail, th< bride's niece, served as
junior bridesmaid and Susan Bial-
kowicz ktpt the bride's book.
The groom's best man was his
brother-in-law, St ven Hellman;
ushers ntre Jack Packar, Arthur
Kail. l... rCeznlk, Robert Lieber-
man ai I i ter Farbi r.
Coming from New Voik for the
on kvere Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
i ard Kn are h Mr. and Mrs. AI
Ki.;-/. Mr and Mrs. St. v. n Hell-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Feld-
man. Mrs; Sail." Schro ider, Mr,
and Mrs. Irving F3 rnstein, Dr. and
Mrs. Da id Disick, Mr. and Mrs.
Felix Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. khp-'
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MRS. HARVEY E. KtlSER
MRS. TERRENCE SCHWARTZ
Bette fAnnn To Coordinate
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Kcimar.-Marcus Fashions
Bette Manr has bon appointed
. i i irdintov for the N iman-
Ma cus department sto i opening
'an. 4. .n Bal II irb >ur, K.lu ird
... ,.. ..... tn of the I
hi s announc d.
I'.....'ouslv >'a hion i '
Sal Fifth A. n
Beach an.! Surfside, she w
merlj ted with WTVJ-TV,
Ch. 4 as Women's itur Event
Editor, and has vie?
:. sident for Lilly P
"Fashions In Flight, Inc."
A native MianVan, she is
Welnstein, Dr. and Mrs. Julien
Freid and Jonathan Terner. The
out-of-town guests also included
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lewis, Moun-
tain Brook, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. H. '
Weisfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sussman Mr. and Mrs. Sam Suss- I
man. Peter ard Sand from To- j
ronl ( tnada; Mr. and Mrs. Mac
N J., and Irene
;' Ni v, ark, N.J.
home in
Cocon afl -r a h
'.. in 1 mcisco
Janice Wall Weds
Terrence Sch ivartz
The wi riding of Jat ii Rebecca,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
M. Wall, 830 E. DiLido Dr., and
Terrence Steven Schwartz, son of
Mrs. Zelda J. Schwartz, 1537 Me-
ridian Ave., took place at noon
Sunday, Dec. 20, in the chapel of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
., with Dr. Joseph Narut officiating.
A luncheon reception followed at
the Westview Country Club.
The bride, who has been a stu-
dent at the University of Wiscon-
sin and the University of Miami,
sell eted an old-fashioned peau de
soie dress with Aleneon lace yoke
and sleeves and a matching head
pi. <-e in the ( amelot style. She
carried a bouquet of sweetheart
roses, baby's breath and ste] ha-
notls.
r,. n '/. Gn nald servi d as best
man for the groom, a University
of Miami graduate who is now a
t ach r at Nautilus Junior High
School. The couple will I.
n In Ocho Rius, Jap lea, and
n ak t::. ir home in S >uth Miami
i I n turn.
Gay Angel And
John W. Austin
Exchange Vows
Gav Ani'i I. 'laughter of David
Angi I, 6060 SW 62nd PI.. \-
changed vows with John Wilson
thi ; of Mr. and Mrs.
m Austin, 6 100 Rivii ra Dr.,
Gal : at 2 i ,m, S i
Dec, i Fritz Gordoi
ceremonies \
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tiered court veil of illusion, and
she carrii d a cascade of white
s an I st i hanotis.
o. rl Frankel servi d the bride as
Aged, will hold its monthly meet- ,:;ii,i ,.i honor and Faye Gcrone-
ng In the Rubaiyat Room of the mus as matron of honor; brides-
Algiers Hot'I Tuesday noon. Aux- mald8 were Marcia Steele, Arlene
lliary president. Mrs. Lawrence Winter, Gail Knezevich, Jai kl !
(Shari) Silverman will preside. Frankel and Debbie Jacocks. Kim
Kni / vich was junior bridesmaid
Following luncheon and business 1Md Kim Winter flower girl,
at hand, members and guests will The groom was attended by
be given a delightful treat when a Thomas Kavney, best man. and
recoi ling of the recent tribute
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Home's Auxiliary
To Meet Tuesday
The G'.ea'er Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
I'om Douglas, Charles Dressel
b.hn Jeffries, Jeff Angel, John
Moran and Donny Jacocks ush-
red, Johnny Knezevich was junior
ashi r.
After a honeymoon In Puerto
Ric i, Mr. and Mrs. Ai stin \\ II
,.\ at 9361 SW 102nd Ct.
i s and newc -
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Safari ling i the fantastic g
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Park, Amboseli beneath snow ;;>- : Mt.
unbelievable N^arongoro
8,000 I and contains one
ng lollections of wild anin;. -
were abk -.eyeball to eyeballlions.
nt rhino, giraffe, water buffalo.
Aiii ol -riptions from
TO MKKT TllhlK 1WRKNTS
ind Mrs. Si. ; h their friends to introduc her parents
Mr .in'! Mrs. Ir.in;; Cherry, from Rochester
NY. Th> io lavish kinds of hors d'oeuvres
a eh -.- ami chocolate fondue sounded
included Mr. and Mis. Harold
I i In, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Schild, Mr. and Mrs.
Obi Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Brown. Mr. an1
Mrs. Marshall Lang -. Dr. and Mrs. Alan Alman.
Irving Fineberg, Mr. and Mrs. Gil Tendler, Mr
and Mrs. I '! irkowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Roi
Gellea and Dr. and Mrs. Mel Sarnow. Mr. and
Mis Jordan Bitel] were also there, He was such
: :i-. little boj when he went to school with my
I wondered if he is still the same sweet
Jordan. Hi* mother and I used to play m h Jongs
together. Anyway it wa ^ lovely party.
THEY DON'T KYK.N BAT
ry other Thursday afternoon. Westview
Count : Club has a duplicate bridge tournament
ju*i for their worm n members. They don't even
lunch first just slart in to play. Last week's
North ind South winners were Mrs. Morris
Lomaski and Mrs. I. Davidaon The Last and
West winners were Mrs. Charles Gans and h'-r
partner, Mrs. Jack Hartley. Bridge players also
included Mrs Edward Culler, Mrs. Rol>ert Rus-
- ll. Mrs. Seymour Somerstein, Mrs. Ernest
Harpryn, Mrs. Lawrence Dritz and Mrs. William
Raw. .,
AMAZING
.lud^in^ by the picture of the Howard KatZ-
i na on Uieii adorable holiday greeting cord, both
Howard and B
year but then .. .up
Ml'SK AS VOI LIKE IT
Mr. and Mrs Marvin I- acson ve a mid-
ffet in their Di Lido home. It h
we it : >li iwed a c tnoert of the
Martha Frost Consen itory irtists at the Miami
Public Library. Th- guest of honor was com-
r Madam. Mana-Zucca. The fortj guests in-
cluded many artists, among then were Iris
Lane. David Boone, John Selig and Mrs. Rose
Lerrrum. It was a must delightful evening. Ulene
always treasure the piece of hand-carved
statuary which Mrs. Frost pr-s^nted to her and
her husband for their devoted interest ind spon-
s irship of tii<- musical art-.
A Fl.\ BBUNCH
Ldvard and Melinda I-oeb patterned the
brunch in their home in South Miami after the
ones at Brenners' Restaurant in New Orleans.
The Loebs did the cooking, finishing with "Ba-
nana Foster" made in a chafing dish by Edward
while Milinda was having nervous prostration in
the kitchen. Some of the guests went home and
some went off to the Dolphin game. Margie Klein
had a flat tire in front of the house: her hus-
band. Dan. had gone to the game i Wonder what
happened next?. Guests also included Bob and
Nancy Frehling, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schwartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chaiken. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Steinberg. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Robbins. Dr.
and Mrs. Allen Shevach, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy
Katz.
I.KT's PIT IT ALL TOOETHEB
When you put the yellow, red and black puz
/: together, it was an invitation to the 17th
annual New Years party at the Barrons. The
whole family, .loanie. Lou. Randee and Wendi
invited th. ir friends. In fact there was a pictun
of their poodle Toby. >n the invitation saying,
"Me, too." Now who ever heard of a do;7 invitil
her friends to a New Year's party?
FRENCH NIGHT AT THE JOCKEY CLUB
Dinner at the Jockey Club was definitely
French; "CoCJ au Vin." which really is only
fancy chicken .inci "Peche Me'ba" which could
be spelled |>each just as WClL But everybody was
having a grand time. Spotted at the various tables
were Mr. and Mux Mat/. Mr. and Mrs. Bon
Gronald, Mrs. Harold Landfield, Arthur Adler.
with a group ol businessmen planning his trip
to Taiwan, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Dr. and
Mrs, William Menchor. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Aronoff and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Galporin were
together at one table.
Daniel Ntvtl Barry Kaplan Jacob Rachlin Carol Lipiosky
SI SAN ROSS
Susan, the daughter ol Mi
Mrs. Alien Ross of Surfside, will
become a Bat Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah, Friday awning, Dec 25
1970. Rabbi Mayer Ab
\\ ill officiate.
Susan is a student at Naul
Junior High School, where she u
in the eighth grade.
DAVID KNOBKI.
David Jay, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Kr.olx 1. will bi
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation Saturday, Dec. 26, read-
ing a part of the Torah selection
for the Shabbat. Dr. Max A. Lip-
scbitz will officiate at the sen ici s
and charge the celebrant with the
rights and duties of a Bar Mitzvah
as will as presenting him with a
Bible on behalf of the temple's
Sisterhood.
I
David is a member of the Pre-
I Confirmation class at Beth Torah's
| Harold Wolk Religious School,
where has has been a student for
the past four years. He will be a
member of the Confirmation c. ,--
of 1971.
David will bo honored at a re-
ception and dinner following the
s. rvices. Helping him i<> celebrate
the occasion will l>e grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. I,- was J. Brooks ol
North Miami Beach; Mrs. Rose
Rose Hlrsch, Bronx, N.Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Shapiro, Wo dburj
N.Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habcr.
Harrison. N.Y.. and Mrs. Joseph
: Franklin. Boston. Mass.
ALEXANDER HOCKMAN
Alexander, the son of Mr. and ,
Mrs. Jack Hockmrin. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at the Beth Torah
Congregation. Sunday morning
Doc. 27. the fifth day of Chanukah.
The celebrant will conduct a por-
tion of the services and read the
Torah selection lor Chanukah.
DANIEL NKVKL
Daniel Joshua, the son of Mr.
and Mi.-. Joseph A. Newel
celebi ite h B ir Mitzvah at Tern-
pli Beth Sholom, during Minchah
Ice on Saturday, Dec K
: -i ident at Na
Junior High School where he pi iys
I in the band. The I
will !* followed by a dinner al
the Temple tor family and friends
hosted in the celebrant's honoi by
his parents.
JACOB KA< III.IN
The Bar Mitzvah cf Jacob, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Rachlin, 3964 Twin Lakes Dr..
South Miami, will take place at
Beth David Congregation during
Che worship services Saturday,
Dec. 26.
Jacob is in Hebrew Grade 6 at
Beth David, and is an eighth grade
honor student at South Miami
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored at
e luncheon in Beth David's Spec-
tor Hall. Sharing in the lestivtties
will bo his grandparents, Mr.-and
Mis. Morris Rachlin. Miami; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Schecter, Chicago', in
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llpson,
New (>rlcai s. La,
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Rabbi Lipschitz will charge Al-
exander with entrance Into the
adult Jewish Community ind pre-
sent him with a Bible on behall
M of the MolUe Kahaner Sisterhood
I*, and Mrs. >I<'illz Are JIN* Iloiiorees Brown To See Israel In April of the congregation.
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The 5:30 p.m. reception will bo
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Seder, and will attend the dedica-
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al the Hebrew University, for
which he donated $200,000.
Alexander, a student at the
Harold Wolk Religious School fu-
tile past four years, is now a stu-
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He will be i member of the Con-
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Friday, December, 25, 1970
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JI.IFREY (.KODZIKNSKI
Jeffrey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Grodzlenski, 1116 Biarritz
Dr., Miami Beach, will be called
to the Tovnh on the occasion of hit
Bar Mitzvah, Saturday morning,
Dec M at AEgudath 'Zsracl'Mebrew
Institute, Rabbi Dr. [aaac Ever,
spiritual leader, will supervise the
liturgical services and deliver tho
charge to the celebrant.
A reception in honor of Jeffrey,1
an eighth grade student at Nauti-
lus Junior High Scho.il will be
hosted h\ his parents in the adja-
cent building Immediately after the
services.
IK.KFKKY ELLEN
Ji ::ey Steward, the son of In-.
and Mis. Paul Ellen of Atlanta
i; i nd gran Ison of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Klein >f Miami Beach, a
' Ice president of Agudath
Israel H >b vw Institute, and of
Mr. and Mrs. Samui 1 Ellen, Ro-
chester, N.Y, will bee >me Bar Mitz-
vah. Saturday morning, Doc 2f>.
at Agadtoth Israel Hi brew Insti-
tute, Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hlrsh Ever,
will deliver the charge to the Bar
Mitzvah
A reception in honor of the oc-
casion Will DC hosted by his par-
ents in the synagogue immediately
after the services.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Lakeside High School in
Atlanta. He plays the piano and
as b Do Kalh County champion
swimmer is the holder of many
blue ribbons.
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ROKKKT SACHS
Rbhert, the son of Mr. irl Mrs.
David Sachs, 85C1 SW sin, Ot.
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
S iturday morning, Dec. 26, al.
Temple bsaeL
Robert, an eighth grade student
i <;i .; the rthpel in the school
d
Mr Mrs. S rill host a
d h in I I i illow in?
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Mrs. Murray I :
SI Coral Gal Ii j, will c< lebrati
her Bat Mitzvah at Temple & ih
Am Saturday, 1). c. '-';.
An eighth grade student at
Pot ce di I.i on Junior High School,
Carol-has-'been a Hebrew student
three years and a religious school
student at Beth Am for nine ... ars.
Mr. and Mis. Lipinsky will honor
their daughti r with a reception
following the Saturday morning
service in King's Bay Yacht and
Country Club.
I \( K DOBN
' I Saturday, Pec. 29, Jack, the
son o! Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dorn
5969 NW il.mi St., Hialeah will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple]
Ih Jacob.
Ja "k is i seventh grade student
at Palm Springs junior high school
and ,s act i e in all snorts.
M '. and Mrs. Dorn will host the
Or* .: s following the s tv-
ices on Frid ly night and a recop-;
tion in the social hall following tho i
ceremony on Saturday.
The maternal grandmother is
Mrs Bella I. ith of New York; the
patent >l grandmother ;s Mrs.
V. tta '''' i of Bi.....klyn, N.Y.
I KIT MARCUS
Ji ft Allen, the son of M-. and
Mrs. Leonard M ircus, 9321 SW
45th Tor., will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Or Olom Saturday
morning, Di 26.
Jeff, an eighth grade si ident at
Riviera junior high school, has
be i' .! member of the T"ooical
Park Khonr. Le \ b is ball team
i ir six j ears, (
Mr. and Mrs M re is will host
Hi- Ones Shahhat following the
Fi. lay night ser I as well as
Debbie Braulman Jeffrey Grodiienski
Alan Somersfein
Susan Ross
Paul Schechter
.H>tJ_ Kl TSTEIN
Sal.:. i ., ..-._i_i'.--. I >ec. -'>. J > '1
M ' win of Mr and Mrs.
. Rutstein, 9001 Abh it _i e .
;... will h Bar Mitzv ah In
the mala sanctu i y o Temple Ner
V mid.
Joel ;. r student at Temple Ner
. i | :;..| o i- Sch tol an l N iu*i-
li ,i : High School, where he
i> i member of the Science Club.
A itiddush will follow the serv-
.,-, aod a r ption and luncheon
In Joel's honor will be hi Id al the
Algi. rs Hot I.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mis. Pearl Brawn, maternal grand-
-. aunts and cousins,
Mrs. Betty Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin n iwn and family, and
Mi. M s Jul s Kla-'shrun.
and Mr.-. K Helpert, from Toron-J
to, Canada: and cousins Dr. G lef-
frey Simmons, Los Angeles, Calif.:
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Raines.
Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., and Mr.
and Mrs. 'l'hco Kfron. Chicago, 111.
PAUL S< IIK< IITKR
Saturday morning, Doc. 26. at
Beth Israel Congregation. Miami
Beach, Paul Dov, tho son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Schechter, 4400
Pine Tree Dr., will become Bar
Mitzvah.
The celebrant has been a stu-
dent at tho Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami for the past eight
yi art,
Mr. ami Mrs. Schechter will
host a COCktall reception and huf-
fet dinner in celebration of the
occasion Sunday evening. Doc. 27.
in tho social hall at Both Israel
< 'oiigivgation.
Among the guests will be Paul's
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Cella
Sadovnik. and his aunt and uncle.
"Ir. and Mrs. Isaac Sadovnik, and
i ir family, from Porl-of-Spain.
rinidad.
CAROL UPIN8KY
earn) thi daughter of Mr. and
i K'dd-.i-h in Ih Temple f il'ov Ing
ih r\ ices, and a rccepti in and
dinner in .li f's ii inor S iturday
evening.
The honored guests "ill include
Jeff's _. indparcnts, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham So nst .in and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Marcus. Oilier guests
are coming from Canada, Califor-
nia and Next Y k.
DEBBIE till \ITMA\
D >bbie, the daughter of I>". and
Mrs. He: lie 1 111 Hitman, will o'l-
servo her Bat Mitzvah Frida> eve-
ning, Dec. 25 :i Beth Torah Con-
gregation, with Dr. Max A. I.ip-
schitz officiating.
1 > i-l>i an eighth grade honor
student al John F. Kennedy jun-
ior hi:;!i school, plays fhitc in th-
school band and belongs I i the
F.T.A. She is also an honor stu-
dent at the Harold Wolk religion-;
sch iol of Beth Torah.
Dr, and Mrs. Brautmnn will host
the Oneg Shabbal following the
SCVices, and a 1 inchcon honoring
Debbie at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Among the honored guests "ill be
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Emmcr of Miami, her aunts
and uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Rothschild and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Bpooderson if Park Fir:,-*-, Find
Skoklc. III., and M\ and Mrs
Michael Covin of Miami.
i
IIXKRY KAPLAN
l'ai-'\ Ir i. the in of Mr. "id
M's. Rov K lolan, 1950 SW 89th
Ave., will become Bar Mitz> h
Saturday morning, Dec. 26 al
Temple Or Olom.
An eighth grade student al
Rockaway junior high school,
Barry is a member of the Student
Council and plays the cornet in
Ihe school hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan will host
ilv One.: Shabbal following the
Friday night services as well as a
Kiddnsh in tho Temple following
the Bar Mitzvah Saturday and n
reception and dinner in Barry's
honor at the YMHA Satuidaj
\ enlng.
Among the oui of town guests
will he his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Malin and his aunts,
urcl. s and cousins. Mrs. Max
Bernstein and daughter, Edith, Mr.
and Mrs. Archil Juris. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Juris and children.
Sharon and Andrea. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Bernstein and Sally and
Jonathan, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sal-
berg and Martin and Ion. from
New York.
ALLEN SOMERSTEIN
Allen Bruce, the son of Mr. and
Mrs Robert .Somerstein. will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Dec. 26, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
Allen i- a student in the Beth
Rholom Confirmation Class of
5732.
MICHAEL WALLET
hael the sun of Mr. and
Mrs. 1 Ii ri cv VV diet, will obserx
Irs Bar Mitzvah ai the Beth Ton
Congregation, this coming Shabb I
morning, Dee. 26, ith Dr. Max ..
Lipschitz, spiritual leader ot tl
congregation, conducting the -
Ice, and Cantor Jacob J. Ren/i
chanting ih- liturgy. In additio
to chaining the Haftorah, Micha
will also conduct i portion ol il
Shabbat sen Ices,
Rabbi Lipschitz will deliver il
eh eg: to Michael and present hil '
wilh a Bible on behalf of the Moll
Kahaner Sicterhood of the Coi -
;regation. The cell brant has a -
tended Beth Torah's Harold Wol :
Religious School for the past foi
years and is now a student in th
Tee ah class. He will Ih' a membi
of the Confirmation Class ol 197J
In Michael's honor, his pirent_
ill sponsor the Kiddush follow ii _
ihe sonic _,
JAMES LABI
James, the son of Mr. and Mi -
Vittorio Labi, will become B
, Mitzvah on Dec. 26, at Temp
I Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrma i
j will officiate.
James, an eighth grade stndei
at Nautiliu Junior High Schoi
also Bticnds Temple Emanu-EI
Sunday School.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno G idl
.lames' grandparents, will be pres-
ent to help him celebrate tl
occasion.
POCONO lilGH&Alti
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
ATTENTION PARENTS
Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami children presently enrolled via Eastern
Airlines Non-Stop Jet.
A limited number of camper openings available Section quo
' y Unexcelled direction for Ihirty-six years in the finest tradiri
Only 4' 2 hours traveling time from Miami.
otas
dition under same ownership.
Featuring:
9 magnificent new all-weather tennis
courts with night lights.
Outstanding water skiing program
3 motor boats
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
Theatre workshop
4 indoor regulation
Brunswick bowling lanes
9 hole golf course
English and western riding 7 miles of trail
Hand radio and electronic
Camp reunion, Sunday, January 3, 1971, past, present and new 'omPersrlP^re1n*s.f,a.nd^af^["J
cordially invited to attend our camp reunion at the Kings Bay Country Club, 14401 S.W. 62nd
Avenue, 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.
__.__-___ .ii u ,J Mr _,nrl Mr touis W einberq, are in Miami now for a limited time, interviewing
P.,.. ...- ik. *-. -^rCK (NANCY) DAVIS
11042 PARADELA AVENUE. CORAl GABIES, TELEPHONE 665-7923 or 665-9147
who will arrange an appointment with the directors
Superb International Staff
HOME OfFICE: 6528 CASTOR AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19149 ________________


Pcge 12-B
t-~i.-0- ft, ri***>r

f-nHm/. iit-rfnVr 25. 1970
He is a good Temple member, lives an exempt ary 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.
@Mmnq4^cB,
nmZTZ MJT BEtUI"tUL "CLUS.VELY JEWISH CSMETEKV
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693
r




Friday. December, 25, 1970
+Jewisii Meridian
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOT'CE
Page 13-B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH ,. is HEittUV an ,. v ,,,,,
of STANLEY I. ZAKARIX, DD8
" '."' u, "tl Avenue. |.....,.
Florida h t.nd- to register Bald name
with the Clerk of ih circuit uurt
..i Dade ( nu.ity, Florida.
STANLEY I. ZAKAMfel, I' \
BENNETT O FBI DMAN, ESQ
Attorney for Stanley L Zakurin, P,A
*'one* d Building
'.-. h eat Flafler su t
Miami, l'< rlda 8813 i
Phom
u 25 l i-- !.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICliriOUSNA;,lt tAW
\"VI. K IS HEKEBa UIVfaN thai
toe undertone.!, deal..... to engage
In bUHlnen under the name
pi ESSEX GARDEN'S nl P.O Box
M South Miami. Florida Intends to
regigter >-: i c I name with in. ....
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
... ,.NDOT PROPERTIES, INC.
1'.' Ei... I !..,, t, Pi -in. in
EVAN I II.STER
Attorney for applicant
P.O Box i 104
South Miami, Fla. :'.::it:i
l-' 15 I 1.8-15
,l
'"TIT fie- jrTinw
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of Florida in and for
dade county. civil action
NO.70-23C9S
''' =-no ~'oRCE
KATHARINE H SHEIL,
i *..i.-.
RAYMOND T. SHEIL
TO: RAYM< IND T SHEIL
v I" U HI i..-,
.") \. n Btrei I
Hi Ii y on Thames
i ixf> -.i-lii. ENOLAXD
I'ON. RAYMOND T. SHEIL are
I bj title i thai i Bill of .'. i.i-
i Dlvnroe i a* been filed
l -U. a nl '-.n on'.. ,1 i.
serve .....j.y ,.f j >ur Answer or
Plendlnn in the bill ..f Complainl on
ili.. Pla'ntlfT* attorney, KURT
WELLISCH |<7 Almerla Avenue,
Coral Gables, Florida 881M, snd file
the orlg nal Answer or Pleading in
ii.....fflr< of the Clerk of '.> Circuit
Court on or before the BUi day of
Pehruar) l71 if you fall to do so,
iudgmem by default "ill be taken
igninsi w" ? -ii.-r demanded
In the Bill f Complaint.
This notice lltaU oe |iul.lished nnre
each week for four consecutive wenks
In TI1K JEWISH PI OR1DIAN.
DOXE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida this tlst day "f December,
A l 1970
lv B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcul! Court, Part.- Ci.....lv. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
ii 'ir.-uii i "urt Seal)
KURT U'ELI I8CH.
It!" Aim. ria Avenue
Coral Onhlea, Florida 33134
Attorney for Plaintiff 444-8492
12 8S l 1-8-15
NOT ICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22964
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
s'ATIVII'AD PEREZ
I. :> \"r. i Plaintiff,
XDRES \DR1AN PEREZ.
Defendant.
ANDRES ADRIAN PEREZ
I '..>.- oaln .ios Apartment )>1
I! \ .ia, Cuba
You. .\NDRES ADRIAN PEREZ,
re hereby notified thai a Hill oi
mDlalm for Divorce has been filed
i \..u. and you are required
nerve a copy ol youi Answer or
idlng lo Ike Hill of Complain) on
. Plaintiffs gttorne> <". VSPAR B
U,DRH"H of i'KISTih ROSE AND
\i Mili'll. -Jl North Ensi Flrsl Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida. I' S A 38131
and file ibe orlgiiiiil Answer or Plead-
ing in II office of the Clerk the
i i urt on or before the 29tli
,1 ln of January. i*"1 >""u '"' '", ''"
udgment by d.-fault will he lakevi
t you for the relief demanded
, Hlil ..f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FIORIDIAX.
|.. i\K AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thUl 17th. da> of December,
Al'r'i: [JMJBCRMAN. Clerk.
I oil C.'Urt, Dade County. florid.
in MARUUEH'TF. KENT
Denuty Clerk
(. nit Court Seal)
i \.-r W B ALDRICH
Crlstol, Rose and Mdrlch
_. North East First Avenue
Miami. Fli rlda 88131 ,. ( s ,.,
.L- "
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nr FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22962
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GERMAN GABCIA,
Plaintiff
vs.
M Mil A MOXSERRA r
i,i >NZALEZ GARCIA..
I iefends nl
Tl MARIA MPX8ERRAT
GONZAQtZTIARCIA
P9> i'o\ Street Apart S <'
iiioix- -,'... New Vort N V
You, MARIA MONSERRAT QON-
ZALEZ GARCIA, are lierebj notified
that a Bill vtMJe.mi.laini for Divorce
' been filed ai i nsi you, b id you
. luired to v< n copy of your
., or Pleadlns lo the B
C >mplalnl on the Plalntlfrs atl rni .
H vsv\K i; ALDRICH, c CRISTOL
H iSE & Al DRICH, 21 S B Ki^t
venue, Miami. Florida 33181 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Clrcul
Conn .....' b. fi -1 '' ""S "'
January, 1971. if >"u (:"' "' ''",*"
",,:,;. by default wlH be ak,
:.V,T, Kl you for the rellel demanded In
This nolle* "hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THF. JEWISH FLORipiAN.
DONE iND ORDERED Bl M "'
Florida .thi. 17th day ol December
A" k'k UMWBMAN. Oerk
Circuit tour^adeC.utnty.Fl..rlda
"lv: MArV'RBITK KENT
Depu.t) Clerk
(Circuit Couri SeaB
.K li ALDRK II
CRISTOL, ltuSK ft Al Dim II
-1 X K FIRST AVI-.NTK.
Miami. Florida, Fla. 83131
Attorney! torPlatatlft ^ ul/1.t.u
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
i IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN ODCBATE
' ,_. No. 70-4117
in RE: Estate of
BEt 'KIE GORDON
.......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All redii ... and All I' j', I'laims or l>. mnnd- Agatnai g d.l
V......re hereby notified and re ''' '" !" -'' n| cln-nc and .! in.,1.1-
which v..a ninv hnv aralnot th.- ^v.
late of BKi'KIE i:-iiM..\ d.
' : Dade County; Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, ami
........ sain, in lUmlli sti nnd ns pro.
"Ided III Se lion 783.16, Florida Si.it-
"- I" "> office.-- in the Cotintv
1 urihoui a Dade County, Florida
tvlthln six calendar months from the
f the first publication hereof
or the -.in.- wlU be barred
Dated .1 M-iiiii, Fl..rnl-i. this tih
day of Dec. m'.er \ |> i. 7 .
.III.'in ROBIXSON
A Executrix
Flrl publication of this notice on
th<- Dili day of 1 >.--.>,>..... ...-,,
BEllXAPD i: JAFFE, TOBIN '
\\|i JAFFE
Attorney for EXECUTRIX
....... !' de ... FHvd
forai Gables, Florida
1L' 11.18-85 l 1
Happy Holiday To Mv
many triends and clients
M. IJ. FI Till
"Better Class Homes
Sine* 1923"
975 Arliiur Godfrey Road
it 8-1843 Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
OLLIE PAGE
TIRES
>V* .
3870 E. 4th Avenue
HIALEAH
FRANK KALISH, Mgr.
Tel. 822-5161
Hapoy Chanukah To All
CRUISE CASUALS
6650 N.W. 37th Avenue
Phone 691-1070
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORI^*'' -IBATE
No. 70-3797
FRANK B. DuWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" RE: Rstste of
KKITU HARDIXG SMITH
Deceai jd
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ini I'laims or Demands Against Said
l'>tate:
Votl are hereby notified nnd re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .stale of KKITH IIAKDIXG
SMITH .Leased late of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file th- same in
diinllcate and as provided in Section
788.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fi. es in the County Courthouse in
Bade County Florida, within sin .:il-
endar months from the time of tht>
first oublicatlon hereof, or the same
will be barred
Date.I al .Miami. Florida, this 17th
day ol l lecember A D. 1970.
Hnrdins Rm'th
Afl Administrator
Plrsl |.ui...... ion ol this nol.....n
he : .th da) "f December, 197 I
JFR) IM i: IVI 'I KSi >x
Attorney for Harding I.. Smith
v| Johns. A)
Silver Bpriugs, Maryland
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ,
! !"', "......rslgi...... deslrlnu to ent.......;
I In business under the fictitious name'
oi P.tRFX HOUSE HOTEL \\i>
APARTMFXTS al 1001 Collins n. -
nue. Miami Reach, F|..-.'a i.,..e'- .,,
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Ha.1,. Counts
Florida.
I EZOM, IXC
Hv: Sylvia Str.i.her Lew. President
EXOI AXPER RT'RVETT
1 Lincoln Road iiuildinK
Miami Beach Florida
Attorneys for Lesom, Inc.
12 25 I I-8-1S
Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin G. Christie
WISH ALL
PEACE AND HAPPINESS
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ...
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
3905 N.W. 37th COURT MIAMI
PHONE: 633-2686
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS OF FLORIDA, INC.
''A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
3595 N.W. 74th St.
Phone: 696-8911
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT n" TH=.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F'.ORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COL'NTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
III! DA Qt'lBI KJA
Plaintiff,
CAR! '8 Rl IBERTO QUIROQA,
I, :. idanl.
|, CARl OS ROBERTO QVIR< ";A
.si J ihn'e Piece, Apl I -P
Hrooklvn, Xe york
You CARl OS ROBERTO Ql'IROGA
.,,-,. hereby notified that n Bill of
Complainl for Divorce lias been riled
against you, and you are f.iuired to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to Jhe Bill ol Complaint on
he Plaintiff* attorney, ABRAHAM
l.HVIXSOX, "39 \V Flakier Bl Mi-
ami. Florida and file the original
Anewer or Pleading hi the office of
Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 29th day of January. 1971.
. if ,,. fall lo do so. ju.lpment bj ae-
fault IH 'aU.n Bgalnsl you1 tor
M......llel demanded In the Bill of
XhiV 'll b PMWI***0 "";''
. oh eeV fU" i'Ci.....Ulv* weeks
i T'lK .IKWISH KUR0AN .
DOVE ISP ORDERETi u Miami.
,. ,,.i. ihit lm-i .lav of December.
* iV'l': I KATHCI'MAN' Clerk.
circuit court ""l:;;.':;iy,";:N;.,-"
B) \i V";n"' I KEN l
ti..ou'v i l( rU
" ''" ''""" ""'''' i-. -, i g-13
------------------------ 3"T-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S r^URT
IN AND FOR OAOe COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7P-4W
,,-x'^f ffl CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
TON^ MOKELLO
To aim ''i.....re and ^KKSlTiM
Ing Claim* or Den.....I- Asalm
,,,. hereby notified and re-
quired .. pre**..) aJ rtaim.
:;:;'";: v;;:"H;,..-:-,: -
-.i ic Florida Btatutea. In iet) '
",'!;:: ^;1,ia,ni world., it* n.
ii Admlniatrlx
Plret nu-.vaii......I on
, ..-,,' ,|,,V of December, 1.0.
BHEI DOS N I Bl CHI h
Attorn*) for A*lnMratrU
lW. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CMINTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 7n.4',74
JUDGE BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estati ol
ItlMIKlKT I'.Al'INSK AS
I,... O..I
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
ing liana.- or Demand) Again*) Bald
Batate:
Yon are hereby notified nnd re-
nulreri in preaenl any claims and de-
mands which \on may have again*)
Hi.- eatal..... BRIDOET BACIXSKAS
.i. ed late of Dade Coun-
Florid .. il;. i 'ountv .lit.It. i i I
Dade County, and file the same In
dupll ate and as provided in Bi
rlda Statutes, In their of-
, '... Poi|n*v i'..ii-.h..n^,. In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time ..r the
flrsl publlca) in Itet eof, or the same
\. i'l be hnrred,
I'ai-' at Miami. Florida, this ^'
day of 11 mbi r, \ I1 I97fl
.;. .11 V \' R VCIXSK \s
v vim nlstrator
1.-;.^. .-..Mien-i.^o of 'his "".i... Oil
the 25th day of D.....mber, 1970.
HEXRV M VVAITZKIX
Vttorney for Administrator
71 i -i S'reel
Miami Beach, Florida '-
U 23 l 1-8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL r.lR. IMT
rt? c-i OO'eiA IN AND F"R
DADE COUNTY riviL ACTION
No. 69-21l'40
SUIT FOR HUN FORCci = URE
KIXO FEXCE OF MIAMI. IXC,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff.
Vs
i.-mo \ "n fJB i/-i>T -,..,i
,.' IVE ROSF OR M'.i''"".
:, k X i" IVA SHEPPARD, his ivife.
I fend-in's.
tci PVIward Oraberl f- Olive Graberl
a u a i fllv'a Bh.....>ard hl "-.
V ... I'l i\V M'H <:< \ IIKIIT AVI)
Ol IVE ROSE ORABPR'r are heebv
n ;:fi...i that b BUI of Ci m"latnl '
ii..n Foree'osure lias been filed
ai- tins) yon on
i ot is, Block SI of BCOTT aw:
MAXOR, Beetlon 8, accor*,|o* '"
.v ... ., n. ..i(f ,;^ .........i.. Plal Book 85, page )' T f the
Public Ri....."is of '. le '"......
Florid i c mmonly k iow n n 'T'1-
m V \\ 14tl) Avenue. Mil mi,
Florida.
.ii r,.-,. reii.ilr.'il to s.
of y..... Vt -. or Pie idii
Mill' of tn........, ii''' iROR '' i"'"i' N'n
i'i:.\\::-|' v ReKAXT B'llt*
I Incoln i:l B' i-, i Vo 5S8-IS1* and file 'i"1 -
,. ,i Viixver Pleadlns In i'
,,f The rk of fh C rcu C.....' i i
.... i f.,-.. the 22 id day of '.........'
lf>71 |f you fall do i. ludami : I
v ii i. id. .. ilnt ''. fo-
il ,. relief demanded In th..' Bill '
(\*nn!aint
rids notice -' 'ii he published ........
each .....' fo '............'' '
In THF JEWISH I--' ."'MAN
DOVE >\'l' ORDERED H Miami,
Florida, ihis K'h day of December
A P '''T11
F R 1 RATHFRV IV, i" '
Circuit Ourt, DadeCounty, Florida
Bj c i ;i i) iDMAX
Denut) Clerk
(I'i'.aiii Con) Seal'
fSEOROE OH BERT AND
KENNETH N ReKANT
Suite '.':"' i '"' Incoln Rd Blda;,
Miami Be h, Florida 13189
Attorneys forplalntlff ,,.,., ,.
1_ _.> 1 I -s- ...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOT1CE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
in husiness under tlie fictitious name
of IXTKKXATIDXAI. DIVERSIFIED
IXDl'BTRIES at P.O. Box 604, Buena
Vista Station. Miami Fin ::::1:'T in'.-nd
to register s.ii.i name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid.,
Sol \v, Meyerson
Bernice Meyerson
SIDXEY EFROX80X
in> ior aopllcant
.il' Vlnaley Building
.Miami. Fla. 83132
12.' 25 1 I S -1'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOK DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
N". 70-3860
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l. !'K- I' .t:it, "f
Rl ISE FIXKELSTEIX
I.....i*ed
To All Creditors and All Person* Hnv-
i 'lalnu or Demand* Again*) Siild
Estate:
tou are hereby notirled and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mand* -hl. It you maj hi >
,.,;. oi ROSE FIXKEI STEIN
ied late of Dai.....u
\ Florida, io the County Judge*, ot
I lade County. <'> file lh same i
duplicate aim as provided in S
..:.. .... Florida Statutes, In their of-
.-....* i the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar montns from the time t f the
first publlca Ion hereof, or the same
U ill l.e haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 20th
,!:> ,.| XO\ end..... A I 1H7"
MARTIN FIXE
A- Administrator
Flrsl publication of this i ntice on
the 25th dav of l>......mber. 1970,
FIXE, JACOBSON ft BLOCK
Attorney for Adimnistrator
rni Easi HagHer Street
Miami. Florida .....
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2307)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES S TA YI.i IR,
Plaintiff,
vs.
!'-'is. i \i )KI RA TAYLOR,
I ..:' hint.
Tl I REIKO XOKI'RA TA1 I
:.'. I- mlso3 :1 Ol
..... -.-I.-
Kanagnwa-Ki Jar ;
' ... ,...ils. i Nl .: :' A TAVr I iR,
are hereb> not fled ih .: :i R 'I of
i' mulainl for I |jv r. hai '
: \ u. and ) ..'.i .i '.i
... your A i)nni i
he B'l
the Plaintiffs EXGEI. r
____ i '...-. > 'in
Sure i ?-: Miami Florida
file the orl i '
in ii .- nffl of th. | f tl
. uri lefoi "til day
of fnnu ir>. 1971 If ym '" "
Iudgmem i > > defau}) will 1><
, c i. ,.ii foi (he rel f di man.led
in the Bill of Ci mpl ilnl
This notli >h;:ll bi publlsl d onee
.. ,, i- n ...a. for 'our ... > w .. k*
In THE JEWISH FI OR1DI tX
Dt>XE XD ORPERF D il Ml iml,
Florida this 21el daj ol December,
AD. 197-1
K B LEATHERMAN, I lerk,
Circu1' '' "'' '' ',1' ""' '' Florida
B] MAROl"ERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt s. al i
I.UV OFFICES OF EXOEL AND
HA1 PERX
Dun \ \\ 10th Avenue, Bulte I7-C1
Miami. Florida (
tUNSTl t iTIVE SERVICE
(N,J r-ROPERTY)
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAuE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22309
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH Itd.MEA MoNTAS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
LUCIA MERI8IER MONTAS,
l lefetidant.
TO: LUCIA MERISIER MOXTAS
c o Altairraci A, Augnjste
ls.;4 7th Av.-nue. Apt T :
Not York, 86, S v
in ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Divorce has been
filed against y'ou and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your wxlt-
, n del, uses, if any, to it on HAROLD
CEASE, ESQ., attorney for plaintiff,
Mi -- is 2720 \v Flagler
Street, Miami. Florido i file
ili.. original with the clerk of th-
nliove styled court ......r before .i.i'nu-
arj is. 1971: otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the relief
demanded in the comolninl or petition
WITXE8S my hand and the neal of
i dd ourl al Miami Florida i n this
9th dav of Dei mber, I97n
E B I EATHERMAX,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Counts. I". -r-i- i
Bj C P COPELAXD
As Deputy Clerk
i nil Court Seal I
HARl H I' CEA8E, ESQ
%"20 West Flagler Street
.Miami, Florida 83135
12, 11-18-25 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in husr.'-' under lh fictitlout name
,.f i: J. DISCOUNT RECORDS at
801 N.W. 54th St.. Miami. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of D Ii
Cou.ity, Florida
1 ited al Miami. Florida, this IOtn
daj ,,; 11.. eml.er 1970,
rilAlll.F.s BROWN
\\ ILLIAMJENKIN. .'!:.
Co-owners
ARTHUR W KAR1 ICK
Attorney for applicaiX
I4.'. I N W Kill Avenue
Miami. Florida ^ j; ^,
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
m n ;, i; is ii i.oi'i.v tilV'E.N that
.rlue of I'ln.....r 87K FI il Ida
statutes Annotated (1841) Ware-
........i .inn at. i...us.- i:... eipts
. n ABE VAN LINKS a Flor-
ida corporation b} > Irtui of Its ware-
house lien has in ii- II Hie
mil. ibi .1 property.
Used Household s.....I* a* the property
s r./. All io li Si IN. v. no-
last known address u i o Mrs.
I. pai ne I2)l S M .: h Av. Miami
Florida, or -'."" N.W i4th .-' Carol
Miami, Florida and ihal on the
i.-.in day .i January. I'.'Tl during the
hour* niainl: bi
...n and ai) In H"' l ter-
al 2138 N VV 24th Avi liue, Ml-
i iodiiii the u:..ii rslgned Bhall
for sale to the high) si bidder
ior cash In hand die al* .i tl rlbed
proper)) of MRS INEZ NICHt I S< N
Miami. Fiorlua, ii.,- 22nd
day "i Decembei
i_ _'.. 1 i
an) .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTlllOUS e.ANIt LAW
NOTICE is IIKi.lvl.H UIVEN that
the ami. i.-iKiie.i. aesiring to t
in husin.ss under tile fictitious in.me
of TELECARE at 1181 Jlal Street,
..lain, i.e.oii. eior.da nttends i" regls-
i.i said name with the Clerk of the
Circuil Court ol Dade County, n>r-
%ARKT.V.. INC... Florid. Con,^


Page 14-B
IwUtFlnrMiton
Friday, December 25, 197f)
Al Garcia Joins
Flagler Federal
Al Garcia, who was formerly
ssociated with Hume-Smith-Mick-
Iberry Advertising, has Joined
Flagler Federal Savings & Loan
Association as advertising public
'. tions officer.
- i Rosi nthal, Flagler F >d-
- vice president who
' i< appoint ment said
that Mr. G 's total i icperience
ml u fess i ii skills were ex-
Mortimer May Guest Speaker For First
ZOA Luncheon Club Meeting Of Season
Thi' season's first meeting of club's special project, will be given
the Luncheon Club of the Greater
Miami Districts of the Zionist Or-
ol" the
Schmidt and Edie Thai, Seacoast Towers residents
who have become interested in the work being done by
Operation Re-Entry for ycungsters involved with drugs,
a drug identification kit distributed to interested
lizaations by a California firm with Warren Klein, who
operates the center in the former Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce building on Alton Road. The two ladies hevo
orgcp.izod an informal "Action Committee" of about 40
psrsens in their building which attempts to supply the center
anvthina it finds itself in need of.
AL GARCIA
illy to the
Fed il in this
Mr. io i'I his
rces in .\<:. i rt ising fr m the
sitj ol Florida, previously
ived bj Compton Adver-
ting in New York, whore he
do gained aluable experii i
Mr. ai 'I Mrs. Garcia and their
I tughter live in South .Miami.
Reweaving School
Teaches Lost Art
Stuck iiis in Amhi r Mary Scott':
' mber School of Weaving al thi
. Hoti l. 105 24th St.
mi from all walks of life, Man}
' physically handicapped anr1
cmi bound; their number includes
nior citizens and veterans also.
The school is now accepting reg-
strations i tr m w classes. Thre<
I I its i Ight l lachera arc Spanish
speaking, and Mrs Scott has hat
the printed lessons translated inti
Spanish. Many persons who taki
the six-week course by corre-
spondence find they are able to
am iii> to $5 an hour after the
lust two-hour lesson, Mrs. Scott
"ays.
"Its a wonderful thing for the
hqmebound or elderly," Mrs. Scott
reports. "Many times dry clean-
ers will briii? you their business,
delivered right to the door." At
ihe school, they get a carton of
work at a time, and give 21-hour
service, repairing burns and tears.
so the mending is completely in-
. isible. Not .-ill the students can
jay a lump sum for the course, so
-Mrs. Scott accepts installment I
| ayments, and all the necessary
quipment is furnished. Inquiries
will be welcomed.
March Ends In Near-Riot
NEW YORK UTAi A
peaceful march up Madison Ave-
nue by an estimated 10,000 per-
sons to protest the Leningrad
trial and the treatment of Soviet
i ry, ended in a near riot a
block away from the Soviet
United Nations Mission. Wit-
i ises said police used clubs on
i sons trying to break through
: -liners 500 feel away from the
Mission building. Twelve per-
sons were arrested and five
were hospiti lized. Sevi r I po-
licemen were injured. Observers
said the rioting was due to un-
ruly behavior by members of the
lewish Defense League who at-
tempted to take over the march
organized jointly by the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry and the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
.lewish Organizations, umbrella
groups encompassing about 75
.oeal and national Jewish
organizations.
JW \ Inaugurating
its Junior l)i\ ision

i
he mw -
t L'i:l
. ii .
1 > parti ii rl of Fli
Ii nt Justine Abramow itz ai d
itional .hi divisl in orj
Frances Wapnick, of New York
ity. will I the dif nitai ies
lartlcipating In the inauguration
eremonii s.
Under the leadership of Lisa
Miller, president, 15 young pro-
America ladies will form the nu-
lcils of a group to be called "The
Rebelettes." The 2-1 p.m. festivi-
ties w ill be hosted by the parent
arganization, Abe Horowitz Auxil-1
iary 682.
Auxiliary activities for the com
ins; week inch di a boai d mi
be held Tuesday by Not
Bruce Brow n 174; Mae Scl II r
nt. will preside in
Lefkowitz' office, 3348 Coral Wa ,
Miami each Auxiliary 330 will
ten ice the telecart at Veti i ana
Hospital Sunday.
Hialeah-Miaml Spi ings Auxiliary
'581 members Gert Beck, Ella '
Klein. Jean Mi isner. Myra Gross- ,
man and /."Ida Glass will hold a
'ward parly" at Veterans Hospital
Saturday.
Abe Horowitz Auxiliary C82 v. ill j
hold a "coffee" for 11th floor resi-
lent patients at Veterans Hospital
ruesday. On Thursday, a joint '
ost and Auxiliary New Year's j
5ve parts- will be held at Unified '
lall, 2300 NE 171st St.
The Points Bast Auxiliary will
join the Post in entertaining its
ipecial guest. Department of Flor-1
da Commander Maurice Weinman
nnd his staff Monday in the Point
East Club House.
Hadassah Groups Meet
Hadmsflh group events sdhedul-
ed this week include a Founder's
n'oiton Towers Group Monday I
loon in the Algiers Hotel with |
entertainment by Fran Schreiber;
i Chanukal) program to be prc-
ionted by the Herzl Group at its
Monday neon meeting in the same
hotel, and a Founder's Day lunch-
eon with Mrs. Zelda Thau as guest
speaker being held by the Stephen
S. Wise Group in the Deauville
Hotel Monday noon.
r R E E
FROM
KRAFT FOODS
"YOUR JEWISH
HERITAGE"
Booklet featuring questions ond
onswers on traditional Jewish
life and law.
PJpr frep ro|irs f<*r yon or your or-
ganization (limited to ".",) collies)
Write:
Mr. Charles UMastir
KRAFT FOODS CO.
99 Park Avenue
Ntw York, N.r. 10016
Friday Film Openings

"i >i irt i il
Cai ib,
t. May fair, Hal
I Ratoi I 1
; .
n us and Davie !'. .
Lovers and Othei rs"
Twin I! ai d Carlyle; I
eats" Palm Springs, Shores
Suniland and Gables Twin I; "Do-
rian Gray" Sunset, Parl
ind Normandy; "Jot" is in ing
i id over al the Surf and Plaza.
by Ben Giller, chairman
7.1 >A House committee.
Cantor Saul Brceh of Ti
Beth Raphael, who has sen
chaii man of the luncheon cl
the i as) five years, will cot
ii met tin
"ill lake place ai Chandler's R
taurant every other Wedn
from noon to 1 :.'> p.m. t
also s.-i ires as vice pn
Of Mian ; B BCh Zionist I |
i :.' as cochairman will be
h H. Cohen, vetl ran
ind l! mpsl ad, L.I., N y
leader. Each progi am w ill
include an outstan line : < r, a
pro i ss report on the ZOA House
ation owi
2200 Park Aw., Miami Bead
for win. h a gn fu( ire
visioned. Community sii
also be coi .\ ith the < nine
group participatii R
may b le by ca Z a
ol fice,
5 Rest
1st .

ill I ta>. a
onal presid !
rogress l
'/( a i: iusi ih
getting married..
This basket holds
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
Chanukah Play, Luncheon
South Dade Hebre Academy
students in Grades 1-5 will have
their annual Chanukah play al 11
a.m. Friday, followed by luncheon
at Temple Or Olom. Mrs. Sandor
Marshall is i'.T.A. president; Mrs
Irwin Lechowitz is president ol
thi Hebrew Academy Women.
Youth Group Program
A program will be presented by
the Youth Group of Ahae.it Sha-
lom Coi egat ion ;.t the Sisti r-
hood's i I Sui la; party for
i all students in the Hi bn w and
Sunda School and members of
the Vo'ii h Group, w hit '.< mei I
6:45 p.m each Sunda) at the
temple.
Chess Match Sunday
Two of the world's best cluss
players, former Cuban champion
Dr. Juan Gonzalez and former I'.S.
champion Arnold Denker, will face
each other Sunday in a match to
be hosted by the Miami Beach
Chess Club from 1-5 p.m. at its
.'000 Washington Ave. Center.
Bank Of Miramar Elects
Harry M. Rosen Dirertor
Mi,'..
toi
\. L.

Mr. Rosen, who
i. i
Board, is
the l"i if Miami at d the
l'-M School ol Law. H is a part-
m i in the law firm ol I.
Rosei
bitoaiies
FEINGOLD
M< -. SS, ..I 1 shore Hr l>- i
11. mliis. |iatcM>il awns S:iuit-*'.i:. Hw
i ..I I., n ,i Miami re-i.i. nt i
Mr. 6Vln-M > .
.' Momar nonftfru
hi v .i- On de\. of Bay H
subdivision In Miami Hi i i
Iv ln> wife, Natalie. 2 daui
Mm Mnrcii :: and Karen Petn
Kokl ..i li i Mi Ruth Pmkoii.
iti. held ai ilorilim Puimt*!
Chanel with Intel menl in M'
N.I... < ".in. i. y

GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvcry Day doled Sobbcih
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jcwnsh
J [lemon al Cnape/
"JtWISH fUNfCAl DIRtCJOKS"
IOCAI AND OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
\
DON T LET YOUR MAIL END
UP IN THE DEADLERER.
OFFICE. MAKE SORE
YOUR ADDRESSES ARE
written CLEARLY AND
THAT THEY ARE COMPLETE
L
...
' I .
-


riday. December. 25, 1970
*Jcwist> FhrfdHairi
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-B
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
No. 70-4552
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ItK: Estate o|
"SBPH .1 LIBIA
All Creditors nini All Person* Hav-
cinims or demand! Against Bald
Rto:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
red to present any claims ami de-
i iiiU.m whii'h you may have against
eatatt of JOSEPH .1 lima .i...
. iscd late of Dade County, Florida,
the County Judgea of Dade Coun-
and fill- Hi.- same in duplicate and
provldad in Section 733.16, Florida
itutea, in their officer In ine l-oun-
I'Viurthouae In Dade County, Flor-
in ithin all calendar montha from
ilu lime of the flral publication here-
r the mme h ill be barred
Ml. 'I Hi .Miami, Florida, this Mill
. i ill I lecentber, A D 1970.
I eah .1 l.nrla
Leonard I.uria
A* Executora
publli hi Ion i.f thia
18th 'lav <( December, 19"...
YBRS, KAPLAN', PORTBK,
I EVINSON (C- KF\i..
tornej. for Bxe. in.
0 8.W. l.-'t. St Suite 304
i i !
notice
i 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
umMratgned, riealrlng to engage In
in under ili*. fictitious name
ARDON PACE INTKItll >ltS al
9 Waahlngi.....'.w. .Ma.a,. Reach,
lida, wienda lo rcglatei haid name
li the lerk of ih' Circuit ^>un
i lade County, Florida.
JEROME AV PEC KINS
LYNNE PECKTNS
.OVER, CIMBNT, w EINSTEIN *
llIBBH, i ..
w. Peoklna A
orneya for Jen
. mho Pecklna
Lincoln Road
mi Bea. h, Florida
i: I'-::, i '1-a

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, dealiing to engage in
Innan uiul r the fictitious name of
KPRISE i.oiMii: at IS1 N.W. 7!.
Miami Intendi to register said
ma wiili the Clerk of the Circuit
urt of Dade County, Florida.
ISABEL HALDEN
.SSLF.I:. ROTH, 8HBRAD8KT
IBCKERMAN
orneys for appHeajlt
i S.W. .Ir.i .....
in.i. Ha.
I t-tt. 1/1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2282*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 iVBR SIMS.
I aintlff.
VH.
,TTY SIMS,
--feodnnl
HETTY SLMS
Kcsid. : I'uknov n
no, BETTY SIMS, arc hereby no-
.-I thai Bill of Complaint for
1 \orce ha.- been filed against you.
nd you arc required to serve a copy
I your Anawer or Pleading to the
all jf Complaint on the Plalntlfri
"ornov JACK L IIKIlSKnWITZ.
:llSKO\VIT7. AND GROSSMAN,
\, n Lincoln Rossi. Suite I .
mi Reach. Florida 13189 and MS
original Answer or l'lendlng In
office pi the Clerk of the Circuit
jrt em or f.< ( re the -'Hi day of
uary l'.-71 If you fall to do s.,
i L.-tnnt by default will he taken
i mat you for the reliel demanded
UGH NOTKI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGeTcoURt"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4408
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In 1(1.. Estate of
ANNA M fllBUS,
Deceaaed
To AH Creditors and All Peraona Har-
ms; Claim* or Demanda Against Bald
Batata
V.'U are hereby notified and re-
quired t present any claim* and de-
mands which you may have agalnat
the estate of ANNA M GIRDS
deceased late "f Dade County. Plor-
.. to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sain.- in dupli-
cate ami as provid.-d In Section 73:1.
IV, Florida. Statin.-.-, in their offices
in the county Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the first publication
or the same will be burred.
Dated til Miami, Florida tins 2nd
day ol i mher, ah i;r,-"
Heh i. K l.emer
Ah Bxi cutrix
Firsl publication of this notice on
the 18th da> of December, 1970.
IJEON A EPSTEIN
Aitorn. > for Executrix
4S Lincoln Road
M ami B< ach. Florida, 33139
IS 18-25 I l-S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOri
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, No. 70-J2389
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HARl 'I.I' V. YASHEY,
Plaintiff,
V-
PAI'LINB YASHEY,
i 11. fendnnt,
|c i PACLINE V'ASHEY
172 Porl Monmouth Road
Kingsherg, yew .1. rsey
You, PAI'LINE VASHEY. are here-
lotlfled that a Hill of Comp
for Divorce has been filed agalnat
you, and you an required t" aervi
.....py of your Answer or Pleading
to the Mill "f Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, HAROLD CEASE,
I'S',' 2729 Weal Flngler Street, Mi-
ami. Florida 33135 and file the origi-
nal Answ.r "i Pleading In the office
of the ci.rk of the Circuit c urt on
or before the .'.nd day of January,
l.'Tl If you fall to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against von
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
t 'omi'laint.
This notice shall be published on.-.
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of December
A.D. l'.'7'V
B H l.HATHEItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(i "ire nit Court Seall
HAR< >M> CEASE, ESQ.
.'Tin \v. at Flagler Stn 11
Miami. Florida 33133
U is-?r. ^ 'i-x
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE^TcOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85135-B
In RE: Batata ..v
SAM TEL K.UF.MAN
Dec. and,
NOTICE Tu CREDITORS
To All Credited- and All Peraona Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Agalnat said
Estate:
1.11 are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaent an] claim- and demands
irVbk.li you may have agalnat the es-
tate of s.VMCF.I. KAUFMAN deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida to
Ho County .Indues of Dade Cunly.
and III. 11. same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 788.16, Florida
Statutes., iu their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
1 Within -i\ calendar months from the
| time of the first publication hereof
; or the same u ill be barred.
Dated ill Miami. Florida, this 3rd
I day ol December, A D 1970,
LtKI I.All STERN
As Executrix
' First publication ol this notice on
tin llth day oi December, 1970.
'." KRS, K \I'I AN, PORTER,
LEVINS! IN A KENIN
I \ttor."' for Executrix
I S \V First .Sti
Miami, Florid .
12 11-18-25 1/1
LEGA1 NOVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
hi
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-42S7
'i RE: i: tal I
NELLIE COHV
. I- n \KI I. I
1 I'C ,1-C -1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IT.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ling Claims or Demands Against Said
I He:
">" di are herebj notified and requlr-
..) to prei. ii :iny claims and .1. mands
k'hlch you may have ngahisl the ea-
tan .f NELLIE ci .||\ n k a SELL
( iHN .I,... a.-, d late of Dad. Cunty,
Florida, t.c the County Judgea of
I lade Count; nnd file the same In
duplicate and as provided In
733.16, Florida Statutes. In their of-
fices In Ho- County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida. within st\
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
I*!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualneaa under the fi.-titioui- nurai
of BOB N BEE at 5412 N.E. 2nd
Av. Miami intends to register -aid
name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida,
REAL HOLDINGS. I\c
KESS1.ER, ROTH, SHERADSKY
X- BECKERMAN
Attorneys fm applicant
1893 s.w. 3rd A\...
Miami. Fla.
_______ IS 1I-18-23, 1 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70.4343
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I. RE Estati ol
Ml iRRIS If ISKNBLI'TH,
I leceas. .1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ins Claimi or Demi nds Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired ic pi la.111- and di -
mands which you may have against
the estnti "t MORRIS ROSENBLFTH
di. eased late ol Dade 'ounty, Florida, '
to Hi. Count) ,:u.:^. I mile < 'ounty,
and file the sums In duollcllte ^n>\ a-
provlded hi Section 783 16, Florida
Slat/.tes, In their offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
I the lime of tin flral publication here-I
of, or the same "ill he barred
Dated hi Miami, Florida, this -Hi
'day of I i.e.ml,, r, \ |i 1970.
PHILIP IP VLEK
a- Administrator
i First publication of this i i
the 11 til day "i I leci mbi-r, 1979
JOSEPH SCHMIER
\ i ea ,,,v for l.-' ..t.-
.;..; Lincoln Roud, illnml fneh, Fla
I. it-is--::. I 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 <: SIMIW".
Plaintiff,
l.'HISK SIMIW.
Defendant.
Tl imisi: RIMt'N
7:: II I >e must.hi Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pi nil- ylvanla 15218
You. I.'H'Isk simi'.v. are In i- hi
notified tb ii a Bill of Complaint li
Divorce has been filed agalnat you
and you are required to serve a enpv
i yur An.su. i or Pleading to Ui
Hill "i Complaint on the llnlnWfl
attnmey, MARSHALL H. FISH HI
7914-A S.AV. I.Htli Street. Mlhm
Florida 38IS8 an.I file ihe origli
Ansv or I'll hiIIiih In Ihe office i
' I I It thl i nil Curl ......
before the 13th day ..f January, |97
If \..u fail to do so, judem. nl I.
d.fauli will be taken agnlnsl ymi i
the n lit i di in.in.a .| ii ihe Bill t
i. -ui
notli shall be published
each iveek for four i-onsecutlve w. I;
in THE JEWISH PI ORID1 \ \
IK1NE AND ORDERED it Mian
Florida, this 7lh day "i Decembi
A.D. ':-"
V. B l.EATHERMAN, Clerh
Circuit court. Dad. County, Floi i
Bj '' I' ci IPE1. VND
I put v Clerk
i < 'ourl Seal i
MARSHAI I. R FISHER
Tail- \ SAY, l'Hih Strei t
Miami Floi
Ait.an. > for Plaintiff
12 11-18-25 I
d
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
November, A.D. 1970.
HENRYc COHN
As Executor
first publication of this notice on
thi llth day of December, 1970.
torts i'.ii.uiax
Attorney for
Bi late of NELL COHN
920 Ingraham ltuildinn
12 11-18-25 1/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 70-444S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DAVID 111.ICKMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditor- and All Pi Hav
inc. claims or Demands Agnlnsl Saul
Estate:
You are hereto- notified and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1697
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In HE: Bat at of
SAMUEL ABRAHAM BCHLAZER,
1 ceased.
VOTU'E is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tioii f..r Distribution and Final Dl-
e i- irge as co-executors "i the estate
of SAMl'KL AURAHAM SCHLAZER,
lie. eased: and that on the llth day
of January, 1971, will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of '''"'e
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge a- oo-o.M-cuiors of
the above-named decedent This Bin
daj "i Dcei miier. 1970.
/a/ Michael Schlaaer
// navtd Si'hlazer
Co-Km cut.es
i\RONOVITZ. SILVER l>OTH
t>: Ma.v It Silver. Attorney
ne Bill of Complain).
Tils notice shall be published once.
!v ^ccok for four consecutive weeks |
HID JEWISH FLOIUDIAN.
i>SrE AND ORDKREO at Miami.....g Alnaley Building
htn, tms lf.th day of December Mtam| pkirida 88188
' H'."o. .
B i: i.KATIIEKMAN. < lerk.
run Court, Datl County, Florida
By: U SNKKPKN
I 'enuty .Clerk
r*u,tt Court Seal) _....
ItMKOWJTZ AND QROSSMAN,
i inoviii Road. Suite 603
12,11-18-LT. 1 1
I.M .mi Beach, Florida 33139
----
NOTICT C." ACTION
N THff COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
(N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4619
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Batata of
FRIED MALI rVOER. ______
. k nFKKD.UUCK A. MALLINOER.
l'.S-U-ed
. All Creditors nnd All Persons llav-
i i.-|Rlma or Demands Agalnat Said
'v'.'u:are hereby notified and re- 1^ {,[' the office
quired to present any claims and de- Circuit
m.nida which you may have agalMt
lh. estate of FItKD M. L M;K
a i a FKKDEIUCK A MALLINGBR
. Florida Statutes, In their offices ,,v, A
a the County Courthouse in Dane
ounw. Florliku wRhln si" &'
* ntha from the first .m' b-n '...
i.-of, or the same will be >arre'l.
Dated at Miami. Flornla. this 10th
of December, A.D. !*"_,_
LILLIAN' MAROriJliS
As Executrix \\ m.r "" ";

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ClrlCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 70-22454
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J.HIN WARE,
Plaintiff,
R08IE WARE.
| lelellUallt.
T>: ROS1E WAKE
Residence I'nknown
You. RO.S1E WAKE, arc hereby no-
lifnd that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnat you,
a I you are required to serve copy
vour Answer or I'lyu.lmK }}!
in Lincoln Romd, MbM e1ffhp1"f;
ad file the or.gh.al Answc. ., iiead^
or before the 15tll
LfGAL M0TICI
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22322
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STI ART DAMN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY 1UH.V,
I feudal.t
TO: MARY DAHV
7i; Hamilton Street
Patterson, New Jer-oy
You. MARY DAHN, are hereby no-
tified that a Hill of Complaint for
' Divorce has been filed agalnat yen.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney. ENOBL & HALPBRN, H
I \ \V. lath Avenue. Suite 17- Florida Telephone: 379-3811 and file
I the original Answer or Pleading; i"
I the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or tiefore the 15th
dm- ..f January, 1971. if you fail to
do ao, judgment by default will be
taken agalnat you for the relief de-
manded in ih- Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published .ii...
! .ach week for four consecutive Weeks
I in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DOXE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this i'tli day of December
i A.D. li'70.
E. H. I.EATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clenv
(Circuit Court Seal)
ENOBL fc HALPBRN
140.1 X.U' D'lh Avc, 17-Q
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ^ Jfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring to engag' "
IniaincHH under the fictitious name
of SAM'S PIZZA at 731S S,W. 67th
Ave., Miami inlendK to register sain
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Fiorina
ELLSWORTH FINFROCK
KESSLEK, ROTH, BHERADBKY &
BECKBKMAM
Attorneys for applicant
1J9S s. W, Jrd Avc.
Miami. Fla. 33R:.
12/18-2S 1/1-8
. nt an} claims and .1. -
you m o ha\. .mains!
[ DAVID rjLHTKMAN
i| I lad. county. Florida,
Judgea "f Dad,- County,
ouplicate and as
733.16, Florida
.Slatutea, In th'ir office- in the Coun-
tv i out thou-. In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the flral publication here
of or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day "f December. AH
rpjired in pr. -
mands winch
tin- estate oi
deceased late i
t.. the County
and file the same In
provided m Section
.1 FLU'S LEVEY
As Administrator
Fir-t publication of this notice
the nth day of December, 19.0,
BAXTER* FRIEDMAN
\ltornev for Administrator
l-T."' N E l3rd Street
North Miami Beach. "" ..- ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4??i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Extati :
TH KI.MA ZITREEN,
Dec. iiaed
To All Creditors and All Peraona Mm
mn i lailll- i Dei.i.. id- Agninal S.i
Ei-line:
You are hereby notified and reo,Ulr.
to preseiil all) .lain- and demand
which you may have agalnat Ine i -
late of Till.I.MA Z1TRBBN, dec in
ed late ,.f Dade County. Florida, i
the County Judy.- ct Dade Cutely
and file Ihe sunn >.i llupllcnt. anil a-
provided |n Becllon 738 18, Florid ,
Statutes, in their office- in the Coun-
ty L'ourthouae In Dad.- County, Plor-
Ida, within six calendar mouths froi .
Ihe time of the first publication hen
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, tins Ml
day of November, AD. 1970,
jack WBI80LA88
a- Executor
First publication of this notice n
: the :'7tli ilaj of November, 1!'7i>.
SIMON, IIAVS *;- flRCNDWERa
' By: Mo-es ,i. tirundwerg
on Attorney for EX ecu tor
' 3>H AhlHley Dull.inn;
Miami Florida 33131
ll,:'7 l:' l-ll-l
7th
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-22015
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
MARIA BARBARA DOMlNtlt BZ
Plaintiff,
ORLANDO DOMINOCEZ
ENKIOl'B ESTRADA AND
EVA N< I El.IN A ES'l'i: AI >A
T^ENRKJUB E8TOADA AND
EVANOEI.INA E8TRADA
314-8th Street
YOU ARK HEKBin NOTTPTED
that an action to impress a trust
|o convey to the
which
lug:
Hid compel .
,, tual owners ihe property
,-OU hold In trust the
Lt IB, of JOHN A. CAMI'Ul'.l.l-S
LITTLE i'au.ms. accordln
pit
to
plat thereof recorded InpW Bon*
40 Fane 81, of the Public lle-
cn'rda of Hade County, Plorido
and you
has been filed against you
, rvo vour written
on'LEE V> BIH
ihe platn-
Slllte 4l'l.
DONE AND ORDBKED at .Miami
Fb.rida this 10th day of Deccnbci
A D E7li I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
nnui.c-ur-.i;-.!; ;.":>;'^""l
By: DONALD TAI riJsMAc.
Deputy cu-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
U'OLFSON. DIAMOND &
KRIS COHEN
' irney for Executrix
uNE 19th Avenue
Miami Beach. Fla. >- .,.25 ,/ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBB\ GIVEN that
und. rsigned dealiing to cngaKC
hu^ss^under the ficti.i^ -.me
LIB JEWELRY at 10..1 James AVJe,
8189 intends to register Kld
,.... with Th? Ck-rU of the Circuit
art of Dade County. Florida.
Alberto Hud .
401 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Honda
M/18-SS 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEUV OIVEN that
,hc unle signed, desiring to engag.
ShWKNmHB
at 126 2nd St Miami Beach in" id
to register said name with the tlerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
FlorldaHvMAN S1|A|/>MIT
MARTLNSHEL1X.N MICHAELS ^
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATt
No. 70 1"1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RB: Bstatoof
MORRT8 KAPLAN'
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Peraoni" Hav-
ing Claims or D. matnls Ap..inst Said
You are hereby notified nnd re-
qulred lo present any uMma and de-
mands which \..u may , .h. estate of MORRIS KAPLAN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
!to the County Judgoa of Dade County.
and file Hi. same iii duplicate and as
provided in s.ciio" 738.18. Florida
IStatutes, iii their offices in the i UI -
Ity Courthouse in Dade County, 1 i. -
Ida, x.itbin alx calendar m..nth-- from
l the tin"- of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
'day of December. A D. 1970.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
GLADYS DIAMOND
\s Bxecutora
First publication "f this notice
the nth day "f December, 18TO
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Bxecutora
05 Lincoln Roud. M,am^UW'88 l"l
an- required t
defenses if any. I" tt
SF.NIKiRN. attorney lor
llff whose address is.
Il.el.r Federal Building 111 N.E.
rat street. Miami. Ploridu and file
h original on the Clerk of nurt
"fore January l. IJL o^erw}"^
ludgment may bo entered agalnat you
for relief demanded.
To he l.ublished once each we
for four cons., utiv weeks m the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
witness my hand and seal ol
said Court at Miami, Florida "
tth day of Dei-ember,,19.0.
|- B LEA IHI-.I'.MAN. Cl.rll
CLERK OFCTRCl'IT ct'CBT
Dude County. Florida
By: c r CtiPEI-AND
a- I 'enuiy Clerk
I.I'.E vTEISSENBORN
Suite 401
Flagler Federal Building
III N E First Street
Miami, Florida
Attornej for Plainiin |i ,,.,,.,-, ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4294
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ADEI.1A M COPE
. ., a.-.-il.
i To All Creditor* and All Peraona Ra\
ing claims or Demanda Against s..i
' Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pr.s. nt any claims and d.
mands which you may have again*
the estate of A DELIA M. .HI'I
de. ea-ed late of Dade County. Florid;,
i to the County Judges ol Dad. Count.'
and tile ihe same in duplicate and a
provided In Section 738.16, Florid
|Slatutea, in their offices in the Coun
ly Courthouse in Dade County, Flor
! Ida, within aix calendar months froi
I the time of the flral publication here
of. or the same \ ill he barred. .
I Dated at Miami, Florida, this 181
day of November, A.D. 1970.
H.'F.EHTl RANDALL COPE
MARY ELIZABETH KENNEDY
As Co-Bxecutora
First publication of this notice 0
tin- iith day of December, 1970
ISAMT'EL STBEN
Vttorney for Co-Ex. eutora
I'.tl Box 1.114. Coral Haid.-, Fla
IS 11-18-85 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the
the undersigned, desiring to engbg.
in business under the fictitious name
i.t STEPHENS, MA.111.1. AM
THORNTON", PROFESSIONAL AS-
SOCIATION: STEPHENS. MAOILI
AND THORNTON at 72" lliseayin
Blde\, Miami. Fla. intends t.. reglsle
said name- with the Clerk "f th.
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
STEPHENS, MAOILL AND
TIB iRNTt IN, 1- A
SAM I'El- sti:i:n
Attorney for applicant
I'., I'...\ 1 li 14
Coral Oables, Fla. S3134 ^ ^ .. |
Sth
on
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notice*.
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paaonage afid guarantee)
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for messerger service
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Bin"
i the undersigned, dealrlng to engag.
in husine- ui.d.r the fictitious iiani' -
, of THE UOYAN i'o and FI-OtlDA
SCHOOL OF LETTERING at 158 V\
25 St., lllabali. Florida intends P
register said namea with the Clem
,.f |he Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
i:,.. Drelapul
BLACKWELL WALKER \- ORAT
1 Attornej for Roj I irelapul
K34U \ E -id Ave Miami Fla.
12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underaigned, dealrlng i" engag.
In business under the fictitious nami
of LB M1KTA BEACTICIAN at 1861
James Ave ,\| It. 33139 intends
register said liam. with the
,.| ihe .'ir.uit Court
tv, Florida
Mina Remudo
];, ll-lJ-i'.'., t 1
Dade
Clerh
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Uewish Floridiain
liami. Florida Friday. December 25, 1970
Section C
Chanukah Message 5731
Ey RABBI SOL LANDAU. President
Rabbinical Association oi Greater Miami
Cn the eve of the joyous and inspiring
>dicat:on Festival Chanukah. I take
pleasure in offering warmest wishes on
shall of the Rabbinical Association of
recter Miami to the entire Jewish Com-
mnity. As the united and representative
Spiritual teachers of Judaism, it is our
lacred task to spark the light or Torah
continuously among young and old. How-
ever, wiih Chanukah we re-emphapize its
>r:r-.rcy in our life as we place the sym-
3l of the Eternal Light in the very win-
3ows of our homes and rejoice in it.
At this collision point of Western civ-
ilization, the Maccabean victory of 165
i.C.E. marks the reassertion of Jewish self-
Ihood and integrity. The many spineless
land confused assimilationi'sts were no
Lnctch for the few but committed Hasmo-
r.ecns. This reminds us that a silent ma-
jority cannot stand up to the temptation
i of glittering and sensual mores of any
age. Such a group is destined to dissolu-
tion, as Judaism would have been 22
[centuries ago, were it not for the handful
oi Maccabeans determined to hammer
a viable future for the ethical mono-
[theism which they believed in so
\ completely.
The defeat of Antiochian Hellenism
made possible the survival of the Jewish
paoplt as the vehicle ci a religio-cultural
civilization for all of mankind. Winston
Churchill's statement, 'T4ever has so much
been owed to so few," made during World
War II with reference to the R.A.F., may
well be applied to Mattachias and his
sons, who turned the tide of degradation
and changed history in the middle of the
Second Century.
Chanukah dramatizes the very essence
of spiritual power and its distinctiveness
from material might. It is indicated in the
manner in which the Chanukah lights are
to be kindled. As the festive proceeds, the
total number of days are shortened re-
spectively while an additional candle is
lit and the lights grow brighter and
stronger; this is the essence of the spirit
which deepens with passing time. The
"miracle" of Chanukah took place in seven
days, but has lasted for more than 2,000
years.
In a world torn by inner and outer
violence, when overwhelming odds seem
to be building against eguality, justice
and humanity, this festival is a documen-
tation that numbers, per seaims arsen-
als and material possessionsare of
Time, but Soulpower is ever dynamic, re-
charging energy, Timeless.
May you kindle the Chanukah lights
with your loved ones and spark its glow
to others in a Happy Chanukah for all of
world-Jewry.
/\.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
, ?\, \ hcs', ,; n n have come to Washington,
separated by a few days- King Hussein ol .Ionian and Mosh
Dayan ol Israel. (The dictates I policy seem to require President
Nixon to always Invite Arab and Israeli leaders-like the ani-
mals in Noah's Ark two by tw
Each ha, a dramatic pers .nal hlstorj and each has put his
,:;- ": ,:' ::'' a 'umb ol times and has survived. Bui whal
inti ests me more is that while the leaders of the Great Powers
' lj colorless (not. Nixon, Brezhnev, Pompidou Heath
s'" cxceP< M it isl er nations that pro
I lead :-.
There nay be sev< ral r th s. To be the h
monsl
or decision upset th whole vasl structu
true that thi big nati r.s leviathans unrun-
nab,( ordant elements that I
to !), kepi : om fa rt,
The smaller nations, psp. |: those thai have
* liberation struggles, have a wider margin ol
for the colorful leader and | r psychic need tor a com-
mandlng one.
A
AMONG THE SMALLER NATIONS, one can sot the
strong leaders into three groups. One is the regime of the sur-
living kingship (Hussein and Halle Selassie are the best re-
maining examples). A second is the civilian founding father
(Kenyatta, Bourguiba, Nyerere, Toure, Castro). A third is the
military authoritarian leader, with Kemal Ataturk and Nasser
as the type figures in the past, and with new ones cropping up,
especially in regimes like Bolivia and Peru's.
All throe of them the leader-as-king, the leader-as-
founding-father and the leader-wlth-a-sword- are operations in
personal rule, whether right, left or moderate. Jean Lacouture.
who has done a couple of good biographies of De Gaulle and of
Ho Chi Mlnh, has a new hook on Third World leaders. 'The
Demigods." The four men he studies are Nasser, Nkrumah
Sihanouk and Bourguiba.
So swiftly do regimes succeed each other in this Third Work!
that one of the four men has di-d, two haw been deposed and
languish in exile and only Bourguiba holds onto power. But La-
couture is right in insisting thai il is charisma -- the magic touch
of drama and authority that counts among the small nati
the Third World.

hotii Tin: RECENT visitors in Washington an be-
sieged men. ach trying to bn ak out of a trap of history Hus-
sein to make a viable nation out of tiring factions, Dayan ii
bring peace in an area where the logic clashing of nationalism has
thus far spelled war.
Dayan has become a symbolic figure even without being a
head of government. There is little question that Prime Minister
Golda Melr would rather pass the mantle of [tower on to Yigal
Alton, now deputy premier. Alton is an able man. of judgment.
modesty, solidity, and would make a good prime minister. He is
also a military hero, having been more responsible than any other
man for the founding and shaping of Israel's army. Yet he does
not command either the fierce loyalties or fierce hostilities thtat
Dayan does.
For without representing the balance of all of Israel's groups
as Golda Melr comes close to doing, Dayan represents the
emerging position, the cutting edge of opinion and policy. He is
to the newer generation of soldiers, officers and kibbutzim lead-
ers what his mentor, Bcn-Gurion, was to the older generation in
the 1950*8. He is a nationalist but not doctrinaire; a Jew, but not
gious; a soldier (where Bcn-Gurion was a trade unionist i, but
not a sword-rattler: a diplomat and negotiator, but nol a U.S.-
t\ in like Abba Kban.


HE is not. as usually depicl i militarlsl fire-e ler, I
i Iked ;iu some young army mi n in Israel lasl spring for whom
Dayan's quality was best shown in establishing cordial n tions
with local Arab officials AFTER the Six-Day War. 1 am con-
vinced that he Is careful in decision making, even while (as with
his recent remarks about opening the Sue/ Canal and reopening
peace talks with Egypt! hi keeps his Israeli power rivals con-
stantly on the jump.
If to be a leader means taking the Initiative at strategic
moments and keeping all tiit options of decision open and show-
Strength of command and vision as well as dramatic flair,
then Dayan has shown leader qualities.
Israel is luckier than other small nations in having a triad
like Golda Meir, Yigal Allon and Moshe Dayan to choose from.
Or maybe not so lucky, if such embarrassing leadership riches
mean a bitter internal struggle for power in a besieged garrison.


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4-fftd*d blue jeans and tee-shirts.
yell messages and wave greetings
to friends.
Someone shouts that Ahbio Hoff.
man is scheduled to speak at the
Student Center and cheers accom-
pany his statement. A wild throb-
bing beat is pounded out on drums
by Afro-American students: black
girls clap and sway Joyously to
the beat. A "pusher" sells mari-
juana cigarettes. The day begins
to recede, the sun slowly sinking
behind the horizon. Day session
sion students take leave of their
friends and head for home.
Through the entrance gates, eve-
ning students begin to pour into
the campus. They are a totally
different breed than the day stu-
dents. The bnys wear black hats
and black suits; the girls are care-
fully groomed, their hair neatly
coiffed. The appearance of these
students is far more serious than
that of their day counter-parts.
Indeeed. they are not "typical"
college students at all. They are
Orthodox Jewish youths.
A decade ago. an Orthodox col-
lege student was a rarity. Always
apprehensive of their children's
entry into the secular world where
they might abandon religious teach-
ings. Orthodox parents greatly dis-
couraged their children from en-
tertaining any thoughts of a col-
fege career. Daughters were prod-
ded .into.*acLy..maxriag*s aDd sons
were forceibly steered into their
father's businesses. The few youths
who braved condemnations and en-
tered college, were regarded as
outcasts" Stories of Orthodox
youths who had gone "astray" af-
ter attending college, were eagerly
seized upon hy community elders
as pr.iof of adverse college influ-
ence.
Today, the climate in the Ortho-
dox community in Brooklyn has
drastically changed. The 5.000 Or-
thodox students who attend Brook-
lyn College's evening session are
proof of the transformation that
occurred. Although there still are
some Orthodox circles who fierce-
ly object to college, the majority
has now become reconciled to their
youths' obtaining a college educa-
tion and admit that college is a
"necessary" evil.
The increased enrollment of Or-
thodox youth in City Colleges, most
notably Brooklyn College, occurred
simultaneously with increased en-
rollment of U.S. high school grad-
Continued On Pace 5-C
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Brooklyn College Night People
Continued Irani I'ajje 3-C
nates in the nations colleges. Ten
yean ag >, a youth with a high
school diploma was guaranteed a
good and well-paying position. To-
day, with 60'r oi 13.3. high school
gradual ^ in either community or
fouNyPar colleges, job qualifica-
tions and standards have risen
sharply and job competition la
high. Orthodox p renta had to .-ic-
knowledge this facl and Orthodox
stnd.-n'- insist that they attend
college only as i "means to an
end."
Deapiti this .mitude towards
college, Orthod w students are re-
puted to he very studious and
general!) receive top-notch grades.
Aim st all attend the evening ses-
sion; the boys are occupied in the
daytime with their rabbinical
studies white th'? girls are em-
ployed n full-time positions or
stud) Jewish Teachers semi-
naries Non-Orthodox students of-
ten marvel at their stamina and
ambition. Unlike other evening
student' who generally take a
minima.' number of credits, the
Orthodox student usually attends
college four niehts a week, taking
a full course of studies.
Orthodox students are politi-
I
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cally very active on the campus
and control many of the college's
clubs and student activities. For
several years, the president of the
evening session student b >dy has
been a "yeshlva" boy. Their influ-
ence and virtual control of the
campus during the evening ses-
sion evokes different real
from their non-Orthodox or non-
Jewish classmates. Some students
admtr" to (r*deep resentment and
dislike of the Orthodox student,
while others profess admiration.
"They get things done.'' said one
student.
College officials generally lend
to welcome their presence with a
sigh of relief drug and behavior
prohlems are non-existent in the
evening.
The typical Orthodox student
is usually standoffish in his atti-
tude toward; his non-Orthodox
classmates. He repulses friendly
approaches and makes none of his
own. This is because he has been
warned repeatedly by his spiritual
leaflets, teachers, parents and
friends not to enter into personal
relationships with non-Orthodox
students for fear of unhealthy in-
fluences that might be exerted up-
on him. He sticks with his "own
kind."
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In an amazing and ironic rever-
sal of trends, it is the non-Ortho-
dox Btudenl at Brooklyn College's
evening session who feels "differ-
ent" ind "unwelcome." As a re-
sult of his snobbery, the Orthodox
student is in no danger of "being
led astray" and generally leaves
The college with the same relig-
ious convictions and practices as
when he entered it. An obvious
draw back, however, to this policy,
is that despite his so-called liberal
college education, he has never
associated with people other than
"his own." and thus enters the
"outer' world still unworldly and
sheltered.
Many clubs and services flourish
on campus during the evening, ca-
tering specifically to th.' Ortho-
dox student. Three rooms it: vari-
ous college bullldings base been
nermantently apportioned for devo-
tional services, and during the eve-
ning, flocks of l*>vs hurry to these
rooms for "Minch" and "Marrlv"
Services,
For supper, Orthodox youths
head towards "Subo," the student
center cafeteria, where food dis-
pensing machines ate stocked with
"ylatt kosher" sandwiches. Or.
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Chanukah Greetings...
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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Phone 531-0811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Tree Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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May the Happiness of
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Phone 866-7303
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From The Fifth Shelf...
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of St;tlin as a "murderer of the
peasants." Mrs Mdndelstaiti also
opposed the Soviet regime alth i jh
not a< vocally as ho. For some
reason, the Soviet authorities ciii
not arrest her and she was allowed
to accompany her husband in his
various periods of exile from either
Moscow )- Leningrad.
One you assume the hostility
of the MandelatamJ to the b
you hive to decide whether t'-
consequences fit their forced
ation from Soviet society Prom
the point of view of th S .
if you were not a friend, you were
an enemy. There were times when
Mandelstam was exiled to other
cities but official Instructions on
him were to "isolate and pre*
In order to live In those cities
exile needed papers. He also need-
ed papers to work. The Man lei-
stama found only fitful opportuni-
ties for work and were always be-
ing helped by friends. From the
book, you get the impression she
was the strong one. she lived de-
spite the rules of the regime and
managed for both of them to sur-
vive. He was the "luftmensch."
However, the regulations for the
exiles were tight and oppn -
and. according to Mrs Mendat-
statn. one mvr knew who was
friend or foe or when what she
tails "The CheRlst's" knock, night
dr day, would come. The ix>ok
is almost solely on their struggle
- v v ve and is separate from
the diiter realty of the Soviel
or the r : Her accounts of her hOS-
I's final stay in camp, during
thf feff* !''-. c^mes t>-
other sources since direct oi
eorrl tCt wtrt either prohibited or
ted She tells of cn-
fers with the Writers' Leagtrt
in Russia iKAPP), of meeting
with P -' :- ,; '"
i in hi r
befi rtf, the formi dl-
:> to st ilia
One gets the picture of gi
intrigue and fear, but never is It
ited that the treatment of
n h because hi
a Jew. Nor does he ever n fei lo
himself a< such but as a follower."
of the Judaeo-Christian tradition
And one wonders, is this picture
the whole of Soviet society? Is
there no joy in life there-
in Mr. Markflelds book, there
are laughs. In Mr. Denker's somi
h talk and very violent sex.
There Is neith in Weisel's b i >k
and Mrs. Mandelstam. who Ls now
eightyish. talks quite frankly about
a part of the world still a m>>tei>
to most of us.
While these books have been
written by authors in diverse parts
of the world about different sub-
jects, there is sum. how one ell
of thread which wanders through
their work, compassion, even .
Denker's hero a Golden Boy-
tough OUtsHk but artistir*-tn- i
These may simply be moments
extended into chapters, but c
; ssion is there. It may not l>.
enough to make these i**>ks Chan-
ukah presents but you can get
vivid collective impression of hov
Jewish Identity fares in diff.
emotional ecologies.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
W & K TRIM SHOP
16050 W. Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida Phone 949-1616)
/vaiiiiofiao
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CAPRICE INC.
WOMEN S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd STREET
SOUTH MIAMI
PHONE: 667-0011
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FUTERNICK II
and Family
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Chanukah
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
BISCAYNE AWNING and SHADE CO.
242 South West 5th Street
Phone 373-6248
Best Wishes For a Happy Chanukah
FLORIDA A1DIO VISUAL, IXC,
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 759-4473
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W. 31st Place, Hialeah
Phone 822-1200
AMERICANA
TOURS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations,
and tickets
245 S.E. First Street,
Miami, Florida 33131
GREETINGS FROM .
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
Complete 24-Hour Plumbing Ktpeir
Service licensed t Insured
A Happy Holiday To All
J^ OF MIAMI
Women's Apparel
319 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE: 634-6248
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 374-4304
Holiday Greetings From
THE
KEYES
COMPANY

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Souths Largest Realtors
100 Biscayne Blvd.
371-3592
1023 Lincoln Road Mall
531-5803


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Chanukah is here again! During this wonderful family holi-
'lay we haw the privilege of enjoying eighl delightful days;
| ighl .lays ol candlelighting. Chanukah songs and games, and
<>i course, latkes! Latkes, potato pancakes which taste ever so
delicious, are brown, crisp and heart warming. They may be
* rvi 'I with sour cream or with apple sauce either way will do,
as long as they are enjoyed with friends, relatives and "mish-
pochp," because "togetherness" Is whal Chanukah is all about!
LATKES
2 pounds potatoes
2 i ggs
1 tsp. salt
2 iids. flour or matzo meal
'i isp. baking powder
l small onion
1 small apple
i>:l for frying
s tur cream
apple sauce
tirai.' peeled potatoes on a coarse grater and drain: grate
the onion and apple, also.
Bea1 the two eggs lightly, add grated potatoes, onion and
apple, mix. Add salt, flour and baking powder. Mix well.
Heal the oil in a large skillet and drop the pancake mix-
ture by tablespoonfuls into the hot oil; brown on both sides and
serve with sour cream and or apple sauce.
Kl'J
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings From .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Sonz
and lori Marsha
If ~A l IS TAT I
Investments and General Insurance
350 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Menanina
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CARIBE
MUFFLERS
"The Complete Automotive
Center"
Car Waxing From $4.95
602 N.E 167th Street
Phone 947-7601
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
NEW! NEW!
FLOOD INSURANCE
Now Available For Your Home and Business
CALL 379-4711
BURRITT, SUBERS & WORLEY, INC.
1101 BRICKELL AVE., MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
RENATO LEVI. President
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
Chanukah Greeting*
CUZZENS INC.
Glen Guard Clothes
Louie Roth Clothes
Johnston and
Murphy Shoes
Bally Shoes
Fontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2995
Best Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
Bodin Knits Ltd.
(A Division of
Universal Knits. Inc.)
1060 E. 30th ST.. H1ALEAH
Ted Bodin. Pres. OX 6-534C
Holiday Greetings From
ORANGE MOTORS
of Miami, Inc.
MG-AUSTIN HEALY-
JAGUAR-VOLVO -PORSCHE
Phone 633-1501
500 N W. 36th Street
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CVS VROMiE COMPANY* MNC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
S & S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
127 N.W. 5th St. Phone 373-0562
FIRST NATIONAL TRAVEL SERVICE
Anywhere ... by Land, Sea, or Air
2025 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. (1'j Blk. W. of IstNat'l Bank)
CALL: 923-8421
Page 9-C
CAPITAL NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI
117 N.E. 1st AVENUE
Ph. 371-9641
Trfozw
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
750 N.W. 96th STREET
Phone 696-1452
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Chanukah Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
"Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone: 757-8468
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
j'imnixf /ramea interiors
JIMMY JAMES
BOB BARNES
GEORGE CARLOCK
ANN STOFMAN
Stardust Landing 2733 Riverland Road, Ft. Lauderdale
(Miami Phone) 866-3726
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
GENE SNYDER REAL ESTATE
229 Sunny Isles Blvd.
Phone 947-3566
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
LOU TAYLOR, l\< .
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE. HIALEAH
Happy Chanukah Greetings To All
AMERICANA
knitting mills of miami, inc.
2337 N.W. 5fh Avenue Phone 371 3637 Miami, Fla. 33127
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
Miami Phone 945-5981


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Friday, December 25, 1970
FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33135
Open 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Drive-in window Open: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday ovonings Open: 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
TEL. 667-5501 ipfC
A Happy Chanukah To All
cDavia s
of Miami Beach
Clothier Haberdasher
LOCATIONS
455 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5408
Hotel Plaza
5445 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 864-8131 ______
HAPPY CHANUKAH
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A SAYMAG!
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ez PIASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK
FENCE
MASTERS, IXC.
"Til* Company fo celt is the eat
feet has them all f
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Bex 35-6*4
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CADILLAC HOTEL
3940 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 2-4541
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANING Co. of MIAMI
990C N. W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 696-9887
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CHUCK HALL
TRAVEL INC.
Telephone JE 1-1195
975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami BEACH
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Comr^jnijy | ;
CARNEGIE SHOE SALON
"The Place fo Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd Ave., Little River 758-6302
FLORIDA MACHiAERY CORP.
3945 N.W. 32nd AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 634-1551
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
15 NX I lib STREET. MIAMI
358-3444
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
JULES TAYLOR FURS
90S LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-5482
Brooklyn College Night People
( .miinii. (I From Page 5-C
they might try 'Mynkod." the glatt
kosher cafeteria, which offers
steaming hot meals. During a "club
hour." they can attend a lecture
or program designed specifically
for their needs aid interests by
the "Minyan Club." the Orthodox
Club which has the largest mem-
bership and greatest 'political
power on the campus duiing the
evening.
On fast days, this club provides
them with after-fast refreshments.
Each holiday is marked by a
special celebration. On Chanukah,
for instance, a huge and stunning
silver menorah stands in the Stu-
dent Center and each night a stu-
dent leader lights the candles. On
Rosh Hashanah. Yom Kippur and
Pesach, classes are cancelled, ol
course.
Evening session at Brooklyn
College: Waiting for his teacher
to arrive, a boy with "peyot" b?-
hind his ears pulls out a biblical
text and begins to study it. Three
girls shriek when a fourth tells
them "Rachel Leah is engaged." A
loud intonation comes forth from
a room assigned to devotional
services: black-hatted boys swa>
with their prayer books in hand.
\ newly engaged girl enters a points out to hll professor the i x-
classroom and is greet. 1 with a Istlng simUaritiei between ,
chorus of "mazel tov." And In a cepts in modern philosophy
philosophj class, a yeshiva" boy quotes from th H -:> Books.
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HAPPY CHANUKAH
From the Entire Staff of
O
VOLPE TOURS
1502 Washington Avenue
Ph. 532-7326
& CALL US FIRST
Miami Beach
&
SEASONS GREETINGS
FLORIDA CULTURAL &
HUMANITARIAN SOCIETY, INC.
1211 W. FLAGLER
MIAMI
Phone 373-3379
Happy Holiday To All
For Your Housing Accommodations Call
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
Registered Real Estate Brokers
L. L. Brooks, President
George P. Harth, General Manager
C. A. Lockhart, Public Relations
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
hi:\\ 4.icons
"Lovely Things" Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-7674
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
PARKS BROS. MFC CO., HfC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
SUN-GOLB
Septic Tank Inc.
4450 S.W. 74th Avenue 223-1410
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TOALL
VACATION LAND MODES and
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS INC.
255 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, H..
Phone 633-0405 374-5174
Haoov Holidnv From .
FONTANA
SHOES, INC.
217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLCVEI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Sharpening Pottery Metkael
Small Engine Repairs Ktntali
8195 N.W. 17th AVE.
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
Pete Tette, Owner
Holiday Gree';ngs To The
Jewish Community
JONATHAN TURK
Realtor
940 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 864-6515
MR. & MRS. LOUIS SHERRi
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
extend best wishes for a
Happy Chanukah To All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Peiken Jewelers
923 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMAI BEACH
531-0484


Friday. December, 25. 19'/0
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Page 11-C
Kindle A Light In Netcong, N.J
< oMtnuu-,1 From PaRe 3.(.
Heaven bless the American lawmak-
ers; their ingenuity is boundless.
If only the men in Congress and the
d-Oigent members of the New Jersey "In
God We Trust Committee" and all the
others who confuse the right to pray on
schedule with the right to be free of gov-
ernmental cosrcion of this kind would
study the story of Chanukah. they might
adopt a new and refreshing view of this
kind of issue in a democratic society.
In catching up with the Chanukah
saga, they would discover what hap-
pened along about 167 years before the
common era when the Syrian king. An-
tiochus IV. took it into his head that his
political power was such that he held
precedence over any subject's gods or
God.
Some people conclude hastily that An-
tiochus was "anti-Semitic." Astually. he
was just implacable in his determination
to break up all of the separate religious
communions of his day and impose a
simple national religion on the entire
populace. Fearing his power and his
wrath, many people who viewed con-
tinued existence under a totalitarian ruler
preferable to the old time religion and the
boon of independence, caved in.
Then Antiochus made the mistake of
sending some of his boys down to the
little town of Modin. twixt Jerusalem and
Jaffa. There they demanded that Mat-
tathias officiate at a public ceremony in
the course of which the Jews of their day
would be made to offer up a pig as sac-
rifice.
Mattathias' rugged stand against this
nonsense is more than legendary; it
springs forth to each of us with renewed
inspiration each year as the Chanukah
lights are kindled. Its lessons are mani-
fold: it is all that we mean when we
speak of civil liberties; it is the essence
cf the defiance of misguided rulers; it
epitomizes the strength and the glory of
a single independent voice against the
senseless roar of public opinion wheth-
er in Modin or in Netcong. N.J.
Happy Qijjnukah To All
SHERRY
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
ITS SHERRY FOR TERRY
3321 N.W. 65th Street
OX 1-4330 or OX 1-4331
Greetings from
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
Xt-HOLl CHAMPIONSHIP
GOLf COURSE
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
and Customers From .
iioi inws
CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
6200 N.W. 27th AVE.
OX 1-2221
1 HOUR WHILEYOU
nUWR WAIT SERVICE
Come in for FREE check-up
All mikei cars and trucks. On
the pot financing! All work guar-
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radiators. Free pick-up and deliv-
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n Florid*.
WE HONOR ALL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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ONE HUNDRED BISCAYNE BLVD. NORTH
MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 7-2761
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National Banh of Homestead
4 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
BAKERY
HAPPY CHANUKAH
Greetings To All
MR. MARION
BUTLER REALTOR
9577 Harding Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 866-2423
Happy Chanukah To All
Our Patrons and Friends
SAVRAN BAKERY
UN 6-8982
7423 Collins Avenue
Best Wishes To All
FLORIDA Fill. INC.
EARTH MOVING 8 ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
3501 OLD SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY MIAMI. FLORIDA 33156
TELEPHONE 661-8518/RESIDENCE 667-5536
RADIO 378-1409. DNIT 866
ART SHELDON. PRESIDENT
Telephone 235-3535
ELORIDIAN PEST CONTROL
WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
659 N.W. 115th Street
Phone 688-9692
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY
310 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI Phone 754-1330
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Or.enlt. Equipment Pelt Cable Cutter Hydraulic Jft-JU,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specification*
3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone 634-2226
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ROCKAWAY GARDEN BAKERY
600 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Phone 534-1877
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
"Butter Makes ll Better"
349".'.' ; :, : '., Phone 532-4445
_________division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
A&A
Paint & Body Shop
MIAMI SIGN CC AFFIL'ATE
TRUCK TRAILER AUTO PAINTING
Body Rebuilding and Repairing Signs Pictorials
750 N.W. 24fh Street Phone 635-6351
Besi Wishes For Health and Happiness
On This Holiday
HARVEY RUVIN
and Family
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ADVANCE METAL PRODUCTS, INC.
2445 N.W. 76th Street Phone 691-2535
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ell WITH OF MIAMI. INC.
375 N.W/24th STREET Phone 635-9497
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
GARY-LILLY OF FLORIDA INC.
2901 N.W. 34th STREET Phone 635-5341
M. GREENWALD, President
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
American Sightseeing Tours
000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
PHONE: 445-0098
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Ki:S IvVr & CLYDE HOTEL
MOTEL & APTS
1420 1430 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
ASTIS RESTAURANT
FAMOUS ITALIAN CUISINE
468 Arthur Godfrev Road
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Miami, Florida Friday, December 25. 1970
Section D
hanukah
s
Uhe C__Mcmukalt y
^ham'ka menorot are prob-
**ab;.v ih' best-known and most
wiilt !y-used kind of ceremonial
objects. Lamps in shapes similar
to the seven-branched Temple
menorah, which Judah Maccabce
had placed in the Temple for
the one stolen by the Greeks, are
found in innumerable Jewish
households. Most Jews believe
that the present general shape of
the menorah has been traditional
since the days of antiquity, but
this is not the case.
Because of the Talmudic pro-
scription, which foroade the fash-
ioning of any of the objects which
were part of the Temple, Chan-
ukah lamps in the periods follow-
ing the destruction of the second
Temple had quite a different
shape.
During the Roman and Byzan-
tine periods, simple one-wick
clay oil lamps served as Chan-
uka lamps. During the Middle
Ages, it became customary to
fashion a metal container for all
lights and to hang this metal
bench-type lamp with a triangu-
lar back and trefoil at its apex
on the left doorpost of the house.
This form of Chanuka lamp
maintained itself with variations
for many centuries. Only from
the 17th century on did it become
a custom to fashion large Chan-
uka lamps in shapes resembling
the seven-branched Temple me-
norah. This type of Chanuka
menurah. of course, had two ad-
ditional light arms, and the He-
brew Union College Museum in
Cincinnati has a rich collection
of such menorot.
From mid-eighteenth-century
Poland comes this rare and un-
usual lamp of this type (shown
above), a Chanuka lamp which
once graced the home of a weal-
thy Jew in Lemtoerg, Galicia,
and is now proudly displayed in
the Hebrew Union College Mu-
seum.
A hill alive with many varied
creatures hares, dogs, squir-
rels, and worms rests on two
joining silver bowls supported
by eight lion bodies. Out of this
whimsical hill rises a sturdy oak
tree whose boughs and branch s
carry leaf-shaped holders for the
eight Chanuka candles. The
trunk of the tree carries at li-
vely top the servant light, which,
according to ancient usage, must
occupy a more elevated place
than the other lights. In the foli-
age itself a climbing boy is hid-
den. Most charming and delight-
ful is the bear climbing the
trunk of the tree and anxiously
peering at the honey pot with
the buzzing bee in front, com-
pletely unaware that it is a trap
set by the waiting hunter, kneel-
ing behind the tree, with gun
aimed at the bear.
The East European peasant mo-
;.: of the bear and th< honey
.. isl have given th< children
using this Chanuka lamp a great
deal of delight, for this menorah
is a truly remarkable Cominatlon
of the holy and the profane: the
pietistic and the secular. In a
sense, it embodies the very es-
sense of the Jew's historic ex-
perience his ability to laugh
>n the context of solemnity.
Many other interesting object'
of Jewish ceremonial art are to
be found at the Hebrew Union
College Museum. Leon J. Ober-
mayer. of Philadelphia, is chair-
man of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum Committee, and
Dr. Joseph Gutmann. of the fac-
ulty of the College-InstituU.
serves as curator of the museum.


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Friday, December 25. 1970
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for the REPUBLIC NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
10 N.W. Le Jeune, Miami, Florida
Telephone 445-8511
November 9,1938
A Date
To
Remember
HAPPY CHANUKA
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from the ancient Torah. dishing out small
shreds to curious hunters of mementos and
Odd souvenir-, among the onlookers. Those
who didn't commit crimes against the Jews
profaned their religion and thereby humanity
itself .by enjoying themselves smugly on the
sideline with casual carelessness while the true
descendant! of Christ were nailed to the cross.
How did it begin? Early in October, thou-
sands of dateless Ju% mostly of Russian and
I'olish. .origin, had been rounded up arbitrarily
by th. Gesta|>o and swiftly shipped off in
-"-..led trains to the East to be dumped at the
border region without the minimum food and
cafe mankind provides the lowest beasts of the
lieWs.Most of the elderly Jews were doomed
to perish within the barbed wire confines of
the "no-man's land" zone between hostile
countries.
Among the deportees were the parents of
8 younp Pelfeh Jew, Herschel Grynszpan, who
prior to the raids had escaped to Paris. On
hearing of the hopeless plight of his own kin.
Herschel became so infuriated that he went
straight to the German Embassy in the French
capital to shoot the very first official crossing
his path; it happened to lx> a junior attache by
the name of Ernst Von Rath who fell dead
from the bullets. The act triggered mass re-
prisals throughout the Greater Reich. Hitler
went on the air with his high-pitched voice
-'learning for revenge.
The assassination of a minor German of-
lii'ial In Hans, especially of an aristocratic
career diplomat without specific ties to the
Nazi movement, really did not disturb the
Hitler regime; rather it became a welcome ex-
cuse for setting into immediate motion a long-
nourished plan for the complete liquidation of
Europeanand hopefully worldJewry.
The November date was not chosen for the
Von Rath-Grynszpan incident, but because of
its significant anniversary--the 20th of the
downfall of the monarcy in both Germany and
Austria, an event recorded in the annals as
"Der Dolchstosa in der Ruecken." meaning a
knife in the hick of the imperial armies to
make the central powers surrender. Who else
but the Jews could have been so treacherous
to rob the emjieror of hw victory?
During the final hours of the Weimar Re-
public, a small number of German intellectuals,
writers and scientists had forwarncd the
people. A liberal author. Bernard von Bren-
tano. in his book "Bcginn der Barbarci in
Deutscthland," published as late as November
1932. warned of events to come, events of
such monstrous proportions that every righte-
ous German should fight to stop before it
gained momentum.
When the Hitler cabinet went into power
through the back door left open by senile
president Hindenburg on the 30th of January.
1933, it waited only two months to proclaim
a boycott of Jewish businesses, banks and In-
dustry. The second, more ferocious leap into
barbarism followed in November of 1938
with the prelude to the "Final Solution of the
Jewish Problem"in short carte blanche for
total extermination. It was not put into law
until the war-emergency act of the Wannsee
Conference, a meeting attended by both mili-
tary and civilian leaders, made mass murder
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Cause Of Soviet Jewry .
period.
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hainnan. American Jewish
r-l,ren. ,. Soviet Jewry D,odT^ t^i^ ^
-*\ p.'o (ldnccfl and sang in the rain.
Of r]| the problems that aRi- drcnchcd streets. In Washington,
tatc the American Jewish com- DC- Jewish young people march-
munity. the plight of Soviet 'Je\fi-y ^ in sweltering V.dcRree
during the recent Simchat Torah larT and dance the Hora and con-
has met the greatest response from
American Jewish youth. The
striking renascence of Jewish con-
sciousness and assertiveness that
hot taken place among Soviet
Jewsespecially the younger gen-
eration Of Soviet Jews--since the
' 87 Israel-Arab war seems to
have struck a sympathetic chord
' the emotions of young Ameri-
I n Jews. Among many of the
. n.-r. too, there has been an up-
fide to visitors from the west their
longings to go to Israel ond their
frustration because they arc de-
nied permission to leave.
In America, the American Jew-
ish Conference on Soviet JcwTy,
through which twenty-eight Amer-
ican Jewish organizations coordi-
nate their efforts on behalf of So-
viet Jewry, knows of at least 60
cities in which demonstrations of
they came together to solidarity with Soviet Jewish youth
pray and to demonstrate and to were mounted.
shine. In Philadelphia, they hud-
dled in a sudden unseasonable
frost. And in other cities through-
out the United States and in Can-
ada and in other lands on other
continents
demand that the Jews of the So-
viet Union he made free-f.ee to
live as Jews or to leave.
In the Soviet capital, the occa-
Purge of assertiveness about being s'on was ,no by now traditional
"wish, coupled with a keener
- nse of affinity with Jews else*
irre in th? world, of a Ixind
uniting all Jews in a spiritual fel-
lowship with elements of destiny
in common.
observance of Simchat Torah by
Soviet Jewish youth, expressing
their feeling of Jewish identity,
seeking on this one evening in the
year to establish links with the
Community of the Jewish people
whose cultuoe and traditions hive viot Jcws-
Almest 3.000 persons, including
Jewish high school and college
students from more than 55 cities
and representing 24 national Jew-
ish youth groups came to Wash-
ington. D C. to participate in one
of the largest of the demonstra-
tVns, an impressive two-day mo-
bilization in protest against the
suppress on of the religious, cul-
tural and communal lights of So-
An extraordinary demonstration beer, systematically suppressed by
ef that sen$ of fellowship was the Soviet regime,
given by American Jewish young
people all across the United States, They filled the streets outside
who joined by the many thousands the Moscow synagogue. 15.000 of
in ceremonies marking their sol- them, undeterred by the chilling
lidarity with Soviet Jewish youth downpour, to sing "Havah Nagi-
In Philadelphia. 5.000, a'so larg--
)y high school and college youth,
walked briskly in below freezing
temperatures in a mile-long par-
ade perhaps the largest demon-
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^lewistnorktian
We are living in a time when a new
world is emerging. What we are witness-
ing in all the troubles on our campuses and
in our cities is both the death of civilization,
and its birth. I do not have to tell you that
birth also hcs its travails, and is not
achieved without- pain and agony. But
these must net be confused with the pain
and agony of death.
To participate in this act of Creation, to
be part of a generation which is putting
its stamp on all future history, a genera-
tion in which the predictions of the Proph-
ets are coming to be realized to a greater
extent than ever before, is not something
to be regietted, but to be thankful for.
We have the opportunity, and there-
fore the challenge of making this new crea-
tion, the new heaven and the new earth,
so much better than any which preceded
it, that none of u<* can wish to be passive
observers of the scene. But neither can we
wish to be contributors only to its pains
and tribulations.
There is great work to be done by
those of us who, being descendants of the
Prophets, are endowed, as Hillel said, with
something of their gift. The foundations of
the new world must be laid by those who
have courage to change the old; by those
whose arteries are still soft and clear,
whose minds are still active, and hearts
still generous.
Women's liberation must indeed be the
acguisition of rights long denied, of status
long ignored, of the place assured them in
the first chapter of Genesis, where we are
told that God created man and woman
alike in His image. But it is also some-
thing more. It is the liberation not only of
-Ifr-teut also of humanity. It is also active
liberation of the human spirit, now dor-
mant; participation in change of the world
leadership now so corrupt; in the evolu-
tion and emergence of a new spirit of
creativeness open to all.
The time for oppression of any group,
whether because of nationality, geography,
religion, race, or gender, is over. The time
for refusal to hear the idealistic cry of the
young, to pretend that because of their in-
experience, their visions are unreal, and
their hopes fantastic, is past. The belief
that the world cannot be more rationally
governed, administered, and developed
has turned out to be the most unrealistic
cf all; for an irrational world will destroy
itself.
But in this great revolution the great-
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Phone 866-9713
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes For a Happy Chanukah
III I Mill HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FPOM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PROMENADE HOTEL
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone S3B-5721
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
sday greetings rrom
MONTMARTRE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
'.'- Harvey Weinberg
Genera* Manager
Seymour Dresner, Manager
Cha"u*an Oree,;ngs Fro~
HAROLD i BOB GRUDER
of the
MONACO
MOTEL
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-3417
Greetings To All
AYAIJ>\
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
Pearlman Family
Phone 534-4601
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
T ANGIERS
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY tOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
Holiday Greetings To A I
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVENUE
P'tone 531-6861
EXTENDS SINCERE
\*-*>hanuhali K^jreeti
ncis
<3:
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
FORTE TOWERS
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THE
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
s/t C cry \J%appu
Holiday Greetings From ..
LIDO SPA
40 BELLE ISLE
PHONE 538-4621
Yoel Eisen
Sam Edelstein
Happy Chanukah To All
CORONAEO
^MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Phi Cherry 3-8116
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR JOYOUS
HOLIDAYS
Jack Muravchick
SAGAMORE
IIOIl'I.
1671 Collins Ave.
JE 8-7211
Happy Chanukah To All
Clients and Friends
New Richmond
Hotel
18th STREET
and
COLLINS AVENUE
Sid and Fay
Herbert
1 a 11
Collins at 17th Street
A Few Steps from Lincoln Rd.
538-7531
NOW BOTH UNDER THE
NEW MANAGEMENT OF
IRWIN GOLDBERG
and PAUL KASDEN
+
1
N THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LOMBARDY
HOTEL
LOMBARDY RIO
LOMBARDY INN
63rd and COLLINS AVENUE
'ff' -t
UN 6-7761
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 672-2412
Happy Chanukah To Ail .
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-6711
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-0381
HARRY MELAMED
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 672-0534
Best Wishes For a Happy Chanukah
ANCHOR HOTEL
1587 Washington Ave. 672-8325
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
Happy Chanukah To All .
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-9881
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FOIR FREEDOMS HOTEL
HOLIDAY GREETNGS
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeone Road
Phone 633-8411
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI REACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
CHANUKAH GREETINGS


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Friday. December 25. 1970
Holiday Greetings
To All .
ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the Chanukah Holidays
P. R. RICKLE
Interiors by
LONGS
-FREE CUSTOMER PARKING"
MAKING CONSTANTLY AVAILABLE
NEW and BETTER PRODUCTS FOR YOUR OFFICE
601 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE, MAMI, FLORIDA 33701
TELEPHONE: 377-1551
HAPPiC CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Coplan Pipe &
Supply Co., Inc.
3120N.E. 2ndAVE. 377-8161
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008

HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
(.iiivsiom: imp i i i
1920 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-5511
TO ALL GREETINGS
IXI'AMIO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Roger French Custom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., Miami
Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BERGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY, INC.
8101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone: 751-9765
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
TIfVIH0N DIVISIOM
-PO. BOX-397,Mwmi 3815*-
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BIDG., 221 N.W. 1st Court Miami
A New World Is Emerging
< ..iitiiui. -I)
est and profoundest of all history we
as lews, have to play a major role. In our
generation we have suffered a martyrdom
unknown to any people even to us
in our longhand tragic history. We have
also achieved two brilliant triumphs, the
emergence of the State cf Israel, with its
glory, and of Amertean'Je'wry. with* its own
distinctive virtues. No group in all history
has ever moved so rapidly up the intellec-
tual, the artistic, the moral ladder as have
these two sections of Jewry. No nation has
shown itself more courageous than Israel,
and no people more generous and loving
than the American Jews.
We are, then, children of Prophets. But
that is not enough We need also to be
parents of Prophets.
We cannot let our children develop
without identity, denied the power of their
tradition, denied the force which made
their remote ancestors so great, and so
many of their immediate ancestors worthy
of their forebears. If our children, like our-
selves, are to help make a new world,
they will have to be not only humanitar-
ians, but also Jews. They will have to put
on the future not the stamp of the false
prophets of political and social systems
hostile to all humanity, but that of Isaiah,
Jeremiah, Hillel, and Rabbi Alriba with
their deep sense of mission, their devo-
tion to God, their willingness to suffer in
order that human life may be better, their
love for fellow-men, their desire for more
satisfactory, more fulfilling, more creative
life for all.
Because Nationcl Women's League has
before it always the two goals the goal
cf a better world, and the goal of a pro-
fcunder Judaism and it has been able
to make a unigue contribution to the better-
ment of mankind through the discussions
it sponsors, through its influence of its
members, and through them on the com-
munity.
We will have to do even more. Despite
all our efforts, many of our children, per-
haps most of them, are growing up ignor-
ant of our heritage, our tradition, and our
vision. Neglecting, as did the misguided
idol-worshippers whom Jeremiah denounc-
ed, the wells of living waters in our tradi-
tion, they seek broken wells, which can-
not even retain the waters poured into
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY
CHANUKAH
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 W. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
421 N.W. 32nd ST. MIAMI, FLA. 633-8257
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
DONALD KAPLAN
MARVIN HAVEN
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
Holiday Greetings To All
Michelson's Trophies
30 N.E. 54th Street, Miami
PL 4-4381
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SAUL NEUFELD & ASMM .. INC.
NORTH MIAMI
1686 N.E. 123rd Street
Phone 891-3302
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ...
MR. & MRS.
AE.UERT HOSIXISI 111,
A VAMILY
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
FEPis < II11 iMt I \ s APPAREL
257 Miracle Mile 448-5113
Chanukah Greetings
Established Since 1945
FLOWERS BY ..
RALPH HAYES
FLORIST
& DECORATORS
9460 Harding Avenue,
Surf side
866-2056- 866-1206
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Chanukah
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
REX
ART SUPPLIES
2263 S.W. 37th AVE.
(Douglas Rd.)
MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 445-1413
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORKS
G III WO UK
ORNAMENTAL IRON WOtK
2732 N. W. 34th STREET
Holiday Greetings
HOWARU S.
miiHit
"Custom House Brokers"
Port of Miami
PPO. Box 389- 33101
(305) 371-8431
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
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Friday. December 25. 1970
+

them. Until every Jewish child has re-
ceived his share of our tradition, until ev-
ery Jewish child is being given the privi-
lege of understanding what it means to
help create a new world, and what a new
world must be like the responsibilities
it entails, the labor which it needs, the de-
vocation and selflessness indispensable to
it we have not done our work.
We need more rabbis, more professors
of Judaica, more teachers of our religious
schools, and in turn more young people
inspired by them. Our rabbis need sab-
baticals to help refresh their spirits. They
need continuing education courses as do
our teachers and laymen. We need the
creation of a new calling, that of the Jew-
ish moralist to help write the books which
will be for our time what Maimonides'
"Guide For The Pexplexed" was for his.
We can achieve ail this and more if
we continue the road which we have been
treading as partners in a great enterprise,
the greatness of which we can only begin
to envisage. We will have to add to the
number of marchers, we will have to
march more steadily and vigorously, we
will have to give ourselves even more
selflessly than before. But our work is for
our Father in Heaven: in His Name it will
be blessed and effective.
*Je*is> fkridian
Page 11-3
Chanukah
r.yjn
Season's Greetings to All
Our Friend's and Patrons
GVNH RADIO
& TV
REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
Visit Our New Location
1 120 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach
Phone 531-1932
A Happy Chanukah To Al
MARY
DOWLEN. INC.
FLORIST
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0872
Holiday Greetings From
HENRYS AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th AVENUE
----------- "......,1 ----------------------------
A Happy Holiday
to the entire
Jewish Community
SPILLER'S
DRUGS
8227 SW. 124th Street
Telephone 238-6041
Ben Greene
Dental Laboratory
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5566
Compliments
i of
MR AND MRS
JOSEPH URAM
657 E. Ofceechobee Road
Hialeah 885-5368
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 N.W. 151st STREET
Opa-Locka Phone 681-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
E. H. BROEKEMA
Over 20 Yearn
Invome Tax Experience
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE STAFF OF. .
THE SHIFT SHOP
PHONE 944-0353
SKY LAKE*. MAi.
"\ w*m i t*-*vt*ui
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc.
LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Al's Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
ALLEW FELDMAN SON
GOOD ART AT MODERATE PRICES
6992 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach (Corner 71st St.) UN 5-318.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday
r-none FR 4-4733
<-J~lappu \m-rhctni4nClh
BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION


FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN MIAMI
1790 Bisceyne Blvd
Northside Shopping Center
Midway Mall Shopping Center
E. ALBERT PALLOT, President
1099 N.W. 14th Street
1600 Coral Way
XL%
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868. Greenleaf & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of qem
quality diamonds in traditional and modern settings.
Happy Chanukah To All .
CHARLES RESTAURANT
CHARLES EMERSON, Owwr
7121 N.W. 35th Avenue Telephone 691-6911
GOOD FOOD ir GOOD COFFEE
Telephone 691-6911
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
Y.M.C.A. of GREATER MIAMI
.40 N.E. 3rd Avenue
TO All 6 K t t T / N 6 $
Fred's Eleetrie Motor Service
Specializing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 374-0155
Greetings to All...
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
Professional Prescription Service Prompt Drug Delivery
ALTON RD. at 41st ST. JE 4-2978
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 887-8109
TO ALL .GREETINGS
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300 -Hi National Bank Bldg Coral Gables, Fit.
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
GULFSTREAM PRESS. INC.
3800 N.W. 59th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA-633-8271
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
TIPPY TOGS Or MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628


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Friday, December 25. 1970
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rpy
I
Cue xfautAad ytbacom -Jicad
\^)n the y^Jccan at i^/Vliami Jjcacli
<~ctit.i you fiiiJ a more convenient location*
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA
531-0836
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO AIL
Bonfire Restaurant
BROWARD RESIDENTS CALL 923-4673
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL HONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF ALL THE
J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO.
1227 N.W. 21st STREET Ph. 374-6143
GREETINGS FROM ..
BARR PLUMBING CO.
61 E. 2nd STREET, HIALEAH
Phone: 885-4282
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SEARLE ft MORRIS INSURANCE, INC
Alt lOfMI OF INSV84NCI
113 ALMEIIA AVENUE CORAL SABLES
Phone 443-2553
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
DIAL 379-3401
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE
WEST SIDE NURSERY CO.
SOD SODDING
2391 N.W. 79th Street Phone 696-2261
American Jewish Youth Champion
Cause Of Soviet Jewry .
Continued From Page 5-D
stration or Its kind ever seen in
the City. They joined in a solemn
ceremony at the city's Monument
to Six Million Jewish Martyrs,
then marched to the Museum of
Modern Art for an outdoor meet-
Four sepirate but coordinated
rallies involving upward of 3.50O
participants were held in the Los
Angeles areain Beverly Hills,
Encino. Wh'.ttier and Weetchester.
Coming several days aft-r the
Washington mobilization, the dem-
onstrators beard reports of the
event in the nation's capital by
young people who had been there.
Up the California coast, the sta-
dium of a major hii;h school was
tlv Op for a meeting of 1,500 from
San Francisco and the adjacent
Marin County and Penin-ula.
Here. too. young people who had
participated in the Washington
mobilization reported on that
event.
In Chicago. 5.000 persons in
Civic Center Plaza made the night
brilliant in a candle-lighting cere-
mony. Some 2.000 gathered in the
Miami Beach Auditorium. In Prov-
idence. 1.500 inarched: many stay-
ed for an all night vigil and a sun-
icrvke. "Stand With Soviet
Jewry" was to proclmation to
which hundreds responded in Cleve.
land. In Detroit it was "Project
Outcry." A street piay titled: "Let
Mc Out" dramatized the wish of
Soviet Jews to emigrate in the
course of the Pittsburgh observ-
ance.
All across the South and South-
west, in Tampa. Atlanta. Savannah,
Louisville. Phoenix, TUSCOn, Tulsa,
Dallas. Houston, there was an out-
pouring. Small town- as we'l as
large citits JoinedOneonta, NY..
Springfield, Mass, to name but
two. And this does not begin to
complete the roster,
There were proclamations by
mayors and speeches and state-
ments b\ legislators and other
public figures: clergy of a'l faiths
were involved. Thousands of names
wot signed to petitions asking
the lifting of oopressi/e r< sec-
tions fr"m J.nvish life in the So-
viet Union.
Planning (or these events began
in the American Jewish Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry many months
ago. and proemm suggestions, lit-
erature and ideas were channeled
through the national organizations
comprising the Conference to the
vouth organizations, community
councils and other groups and agen<
cies that sponsored the den:
strations The scope and size ,>f
these annual events have increa 1
year by year. This year they w< >
by far th" most extensive a; 1
impressive.
It is hard to gauee the lmon-t
of such activities. They certainly
serve 'o keep the situation of S >-
viet Jewry before the public
tention in this country and to re-
mind our government leaders that
it is a matter of widespread con-
cern to American Jews and i i
many non-Jews. And it heart ns
and encourage! the incredibly h -
roic Jews of the Soviet Union who
bi v. tli. wrath of the regime bv
pressing their p"titions for rights
and freedom as Jews.
Hundreds of such petitions, sign-
ed by thousands of Jews. h\ e
been brought out of the Sdvt t
Union. Some have been addressed
to the U.N., some to Israel; some
to Jewish organizations. one re-
cently to the President of the
United States..and onejusL made
Continued On Page I*^D
ROSE L. GUNTHER
SUN DECK COTTAGES
A Happy Chanukah
To Our
Friends and Clients
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK ZISMAN
A "APPv HOLIDAY
and Best Wishes to All
Holiday Greetings From ...
PARIS BUILDERS, INC.
General Contractors
7401 S.W. 69th Court, Miami
666-0366
Chanukah Greetings From
MODERNE BOOK
SHOP, INC.
5771 Sunset Dr., South Miami
Chanukah Greetings From
FLAMINGO
FORD
U.S. 1, N.E. 11th Street
Homestead, Florida
247-5112
Holiday Greetings From ,
r CUSTOM TAILOR
__________J
LBERT
CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS
Espert AHereilone-Ledi.s 4 QttXlMM
REWEAVING MONOGRAMM1NG
One block I:. South Miami Post O/Jice
72ws.w.58.hc. lomkmJt
PH: 661 9606
Cor. Sunset Dr. I SW 58 Ct.
A Happy Chanukah
hM
STANLEY BORNSTEIN
Seminole Tile Co.
13305 S.W. 88 Ave., Miami
233-5722
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(New Owner)
2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
A Happy Chanukah From
LEE'S
Prescription Pharmacy
"ISCOUNT DRUG STORES
We carry complt.e Selection
of Barton's Candies
Free Delivery
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way. C. Cables
??8-1728
2525 S.W. 3 Ave. 854-3625
5898 Sunset Drive 661-7651
Holiday Greetings From .
HEARNE ELECTRIC
Serving North Dade Area
Repairs Rewiring New Won
Residential Commercial
18320 N.E. 12th Av.no*
North Miami Beach
47-0375
A Happy Chanukah From
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
GULF SERVICE
14005 W. Dixie Hwy
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 891-2052
an-
Holiday Gf*efir>g
Jewish/Vrriowipity
NORMANDY
CLEANERS
964 Normandy Drive
Miami Beach
KOTKIN'S
JEWELRY. INC.

Greets the Jewish
Community On the
Chanukah Holidays
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
DESK
ExcuAiyaE
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
Phone NE 4-4024
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
10102 N.W. Sooth River Or
Medley, Florida
PHONE 888-8535
Our Very Best Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
To All. .
MARTHA'S
Beauty Salon
1327 S.W 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC
NEW LOCATION.
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
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+Jnisti Fhridfiaw
November 9,1938, A Date To Remember
< "iitiniMd Krom Pa-,. 3-D
a legitimate point >r strategy, Germany at
large enthuiastically endorsed the Final Solu-
tion, though no one s, med to romemb.-r at
Nuremberg.
The 9th of November, 1038 marked the
physical destruction of organized Jewish I I
throughout the Greater Reich. It ended i
participation in the cultural grouch of a na-
tion Jrus'h.i been calling their native coun-
try for almost 2.000 years, ovenmint* kfcrtnn
forefathers ha I c imi t live tt the Rhine un-
der R >man rule ift -r th < s cond destruction of
the Holy [, .. jep sa] m in (i0.70
liven tha mu h cursed Eastern European
Jews who bad been given th:' stigma of In-
P '" the 19th century, actually were the
descendants o Ishkenazi brethren *rho
%vr:i' to Po!a o] pression In Eni i
.-mil Germany in the century of the Crusades
Those from t -.< c mtinent then t >i>k with them
their medieval "Mittel-Hochdeutsch" hwgu
late* molded into the "Yiddish" idiom still
purely (Serman but written in Hebrew letter-
ing.
Jews throughout Europe now found them-
selves "undesirable" foiviirners to be gotten
rid of one way or the other. Yet, they had
contributed more than their share to Western
civilization, especially to German culture, than
any other group or minority of their size.
There were such philosophers as Baruch
5pmo ' poet, Heinrich Heine; novelists such .is
' ikob Wassermann, Franz Kafka, Max i,
Arthur Schnitzler and St, fan Zweig, and
medical genius, Paul Ehi
Heinrich H< rtz, discoverer of the air waves
unwittingly helped Hliler and Goebhels
rjuer the minds or the people over the radio
almost 100 years alter his demise, Forcruo.--
ihong atomic scientists were Albert Einstein
.",Ml l-%: ?v]tner- Dl- Sigmund Freud, father
psycTOanalysis, was i e psychiatrist whose
couch the leader., of the Third Reich certainly
111 ded and often used in their days of glory.
The modern German stage was the creation
of such as Max Reinh trdl and I eopold Jessne
Th* cinema reached its flrsl peak under the
reign of Pea! Davidson and Erich Pommer,
nd<: ind head of UFA. Spearheading the
i tries! crop ,,i German film dii I
such mi n as Robert Wieno .,nd Ernsl Lubits. :
with screenw iters ol the stature of Carl
Mayer, and Rol>ert Ltebmann.
Modern Jewish thought grew in the con-
fines of the city of Frankfurt, foremost
through the efforts of Franz Rosenzweig and
Martin Buber, who created a new German
translation of the Holy Bible. There was the
voice of Joseph Schmidt: the palette of Max
Liebermann. Germany's greatest painter in
the early 1900s; the music of such composers
as Ernst Toch and Kurt Weill; and the light-
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Happy Che-nukah From
The Gardiner
School
140~N.- 119th STREET
' fMAMI SHORES
Vr
754-7331
: I Happy Chanukah From
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning & Painting
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th A/enue
Norm Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
Happy Chanukah From
VENETIAN NURSING I
CONVALESCENT HOME
m* ail me cask
1330 NE Bayshore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
rift. AND MRS.
NATHAN ft. SMCT01
Administrator!
1 Holiday Greetings To
. The Wish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST., MIAM
691-0231
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
Flower Shop
Our Wedding Werk is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Servica"
Art with Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
Ve Are The Wall Coverinq
Leader in the South I
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WALLTEX"
'IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA"
7151 N.W. 6th Ave 758-8791
Happy Chanukah From
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
PHONE FR 4-8181
TROPICAL
STUDIOS
PORTRAITS. COPIES,
PHOTOS-HOME SITTINGS
PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT
125 NE 2nd Street
FR 3-0204
Located in Beautiful
Coral Gables
VILLA (ORTEZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W. 8th Street.
Coral Gables
445-5453
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
Phono 864-3611
Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and Customers
DONZI MARINE
2940 N.E. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
Chanukah Greetings From
D. T. C. Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
Chanukah Greetings From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
Chanukah Greetings From
Helen and Bill Alter
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 N.E. 15th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-9911
Chanukah Greetings From
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
Phone 621-0944
North Miami Beach
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Patle Underwriters
Insurance Agency
PAIPH D. HOLLANDER
001 N E. 125th Street
Nnrth Miami
891-6300
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HI LCRAFT
CREATORS DF
AWARD WINNING
STEEL-DIE ENGRAVED
BUSINESS/INDUSTRY/BANKS
HOTELS/PROFESSIONS
110 IM. E. 8IXTH STREET
PHONE 377-8621
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GEIGER DISTRIBUTORS
1139 N.W. 72nd Street Miami
Telephone: 836-1331
"Heating and Air Conditioning"
urn n
351 N.W. 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 445-3591
1
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEELMAN CATERERS
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC.
HARRY KESSMAN, President
25 N.W. 19th Street, Miami Phone FR 9-9751 & 371-5073
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All
OVERHOET JEWEEERS
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All
PERRMXE CENTER PHARMACY
645 Perrine Avenue, Perrme
Phone 238-3641
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
DUTCH PACRHfS CO., INC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 634-7411
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Ff.FFMATV RrilJIKRS
FIFFMAN MMT MANS KTIW BUIIV
1110' 8.W t^th STREET

Ph. 235-7811


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Friday. December 25. 1970
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
t. STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associate*
TO ALL GRETfNGS
NUTA'S MARINE
EQUIPMENT, INC.
'Through the Years Quality & Service'
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
Holiday Greetings from
BOND-WAGONER FOOD BROKERS
1130 S.E. 8th Avenue. Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3535 N.W. 1 12 STREET MIAMI
Phone: 685-0325
GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC
Desks Cabinets Chairs etc.
53 HIAIEAH DtlVE HiUh. Fb. Phen* TU S-2479
AAA II llllt SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
379-0041
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO All
CORAL GABLES GARAGE
SPECIALIZING IN CADILLAC SERVICE
FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY (AAA)
4200 LAOUNA, CORAL GABLES Ph. 448-2691
PAINT AND BODY WORK

A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
OPERA GUILD OF
GREATER MIAMI
Holiday Greeting*
GLASS DRY CLEANERS
1200 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 371-1188
MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ...
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
I
100 N.E. 39th STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palin Island of Miami
THE REINRARD FAMILY
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Pawliger Building Industries
1730 S.W. 97th Avenue, Miami
Phone 221-8211
10701 S.W. 56th STREET, MIAMI
November 9,1938, A Date To Remembei
Continued From Pace 18-D
hearted operetta tunes of Emerich Kalman.
Paul Abrahams ami Oscar Strauss. I could go
on to name hundreds, even thousands of others.
Overnight, the creative talent of the Jews
of Germany and Austria not mly waa forcibly
stopped from functioning, it was also declared
null and void, as if it had never existed.
The aftermath of the 9th of November.
1938. did not see an end to the lawlessness of
pogroms throughout the Reich: the arsonists,
spoilers, theives and murderers, the defacers
of ancient cemeteries and houses of worship
none of them called to account for his crimes.
On the contrary, the Jews themselves who
had suffered the first massive onslaught of
racial fury were punished collectively. A fine
of 1 billion marksapproximately S300.000.000
was leveled against them individually and
collectively.
Jews were forbidden to own property and
operate businesses, work in the professions,
walk in certain sections of the cities or sit on
park benches, enter stores and markets to
shop, visit theaters and movie houses. They
were not allowed to see a doctor or to prac-
tice medicine, except in rare cases where
special permits were issu.d by local authori-
ties.
Actually, the Jew.- of Germany and Aus-
tria and later those of occupied count lie-; were
legally dead long before the Nazis finally-
killed them off altogether. Though constantly
threatened with mass extermination, they
were not allowed to leave the country with
Honey or eirthly possessions. To make abso-
lutely sure that no other government would
oermit the homeless and poor Jews to pnter.
every passport ol a prospective emigrant whs
Stamped With the capital letter J"' thus
identifying the origin of the holder who Was
not allowed to return. In order to reinforce
discrimination abroad, every Jew had to arid
the first name of "Israel" to his own: how
little did the German bureaucrats realize that
the label Israel was to become a shining
shield of Judaism throughout the-world! ""
What became of the tens of thousands, ar-
rested everywhere on the 9th of November?
Kept incommunicado in local police stations,
jails and federal prisons for days and weeks,
they were sent in mass transports to such
concentration camps as Dachau, Buchenwald
and Sachsenhausen, driven through the gates
of hell at the point of a bayonet and with the
SWfah of a rifle butt. They were worked to
death, tortured and maimed, or left standing
at attention at roll call in sub-zero tempera-
tures to drop dead into the snow of "natural
[uses."
For U5 to reach freedom then seemed im-
possible. The Evian Conference on Refugees
had hermetically sealed off the doomed Jew
GREETINGS
Radio Itoetors
I lie.
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
Ph. 661-8552
Best Wishes For The
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
To All Greetings
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, LNC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 754-5527
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO AIL
NORMANDY PIAZA
HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVB
866-2701
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ANGIES
BEAUTY
SALON
Open Daily
Plus Friday Evenings
And Sundays 9-4
497 N.E. 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
947-1012
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
Chanukah Greetings From
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
Holiday Greetings to All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG.
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph. 371-4652
COMPLIMENTS OF
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
65? N.W. 115th STREET
FR 1-6904
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
L. CASEY
Air Conditioning Installing
5949 S.W. 68th STREET
Phone 667-5194
:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
TRULY NOUN
Exterminators
600 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
377-1411
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BILL EISNOR,
Realtor
6878 CORAL WAY
MO 1-4245
Holiday Greetings
WESTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign -
Children Classical & Opera
8551 Coral Way
Phone 221-2025
' ml* -' t*si
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FMMr
LES COIFFURES
509 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
4-1
Chanukah Greetings- From-
SolMegtlell
Redft&
Phone 538^8551
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Chanukah Greetings From
LEE'S TACKLE. INC.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine. Equipment
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Urvin Whh Infinity
$imc193SH.
118 S.W. 27 Avenue
Phono 642-3461
LI


Friday. December 25, 1970
t
fJenisti FkrM,cin
t
from rhp outside world of joy laughter, work
;ind life itself.
Lavt month, enrouf* to the Mannheim Film
Kostivul. I traveled by air in one short hour
from London via Brussels and across Germany.
It wm the reverse of the trip I had undertaken
with Rre-it |>ain and much relief via Ostend
and across th.' straits of Dovar loss than a
week before war broke out in September of
19.7J. To a banted Jew without a valid pass-
American Jewish Youth
public to the U.S. Communist
Party.
As ih:s is written, there are
ominous prospects of Soviet "show
trials" o! 'X\ Jews arrested durinu
the past few months on trumped
up charges. This will be no occa-
sion f,:r" dancing and singing, but
for an intensive effort to remind
the general American public of
the infamous Soviet record of show
nvince ii that what
the So "i ;ime is really eng .
'I in is a imps n of intimida-
if the Jew ding frec-
: '-si Iting for even
Jewish re
port, one who belonged nowhere, the tedious
journey through the channel had been a mira-
cle giving lift to one on the verge of giving up
altogether.
Today, the traveler from the West, pro-
tected by his American passport, feels almost
guilty commuting with such ease and speed
throughout the continent.
Today, officials iar<]> ever look al your
papers!
f>y
hemwkfth
Holiday Greetings
teanito's
Centro Vasco
Restaurant
2235 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
4 HAPPY CHANUKAH TO 411
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach
-^ / toy \Jiappy <__hanithaft */o ~>~f!l
MISHCGH
FAMILY
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE BEDDING ACCESSORIES
QUALITY LOWf-RICES SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
Best Wishes For A Happy Chanukah
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
HOBART MANUFACTURING CO.
9100 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Ph. 759-5702

Jf^est HA/isites
toy a
Ueru \^*ltartukan
NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH MIAMI AND NORTH MIAMI BEACH
117th STREET AT BISCAYNE BLVD., NORTH MIAMI Phone 757-8411
18201 N.E. lfth AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH Phone 944-6201
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,xtenJg J$est 'Wishes
Jo ^/~*'l JrOf a (/cry <_J~lctppu
Sm^ltctnuhah
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ICE CREAM
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Extends to All Theii Jewish Friends
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SEALTEST FOODS DIVISION
o, the Kraftco. Corp.
P.O. BOX 3710, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33169
625-0411
THb JEWELKY STOKE OF TOMORROW
KINGSLEY JEWELERS
AND DIAMOND BROKERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
FROM
MR. AND MRS. NATHAN HOLTZMAN AND EMPLOYEES
513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
------------holiday Greetings to all
J. S. BLAIN, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 45 Years
807 Olympic! Bldg.
Dial 373-3255
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL ...
WELL BUT PRODUCTS, INC.
SS61 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7*4)1 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
DENMARK'S ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK. President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127
Phone 379-6127


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