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OFFICE ani> PLANT 120 N.E. TH STREET Tiiiiiiom ":--4605
P.O. Box Z97J, Miami. Florida 3M01
Fred K. Smochet
Editor and Publisher
S>i maM. Thompson
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Volume 44
Friday, January 1, 1971
Number 1
4 TEVETH 5731
II will lx> difficult to stand off
on the side and .watch with a
sumcwhai practiqatfeye the re-
uftsoa the world to tli, ulti-
in either the United States or
Hi.- So\ie1 Union in recent times.
Fr int-dj was pretfSUlfel to fii I ias-
in the Dreyffe- cae and
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male futcof theekj.0" Riissijyia czar;.-:V Ku^y., released.
involvecHrt arf alleged JTTT. *~1V!*S alter aJMHrYW
We Must Add Our Voices
Most of the civilized world, including Communists in
those nations which are free of the Soviet yoke, is appalled
with the severity of the sentences given 11 Russians, nine
cf whom were Jews, for allegedly planning to hijack an air-
plane to freedom from Soviet oppression. Since no Western
observers were permitted to attend the closed trial in Lenin-
grad, there is no way of telling whether the charges were
true or not. Even if they were, the death sentence for a
conspiracy that obviously failed is a barbarism reminiscent
of Hitler and the Dark Ages.
More than simply making an example of hijackers is
behind the Soviet act. Totalitarian governments have al-
ways held "show trials" whenever discontent became a
problem, and the Soviet leaders are having their troubles
at home as well as abroad despite decades of iron rule and
education in the ways of Communism. The trial was a
demonstration to the worried Arab leaders that the Soviets
would do their utmost to prevent Russian Jews from emi-
grating to Israel. It was a warning to the three million Jews
of the Soviet Union that efforts to maintain their culture and
religion can end only in the concentration camps of Siberia,
if not in death.
World public opinion must be rallied behind the cause,
not of hijackers, but of Soviet Jews. The nations which are
not under Communist control cannot permit a Russian solu-
tion to the Jewish problem that begins to look like Hitler's.
The Jews of Silence are finally speaking out and we must
join our voices with theirs.
Talk Resumes At U.N.
Israel has bowed to the pressures of many forces, in-
cluding that of the United States. As was expected, its
government has decided to return to the Middle East peace
talks with Egypt and Jordan at the United Nations.
V/hile both Israeli and Arab leaders have expressed
doubts that the resumption of talks will lead to paace
the Egyptians even view Israel's decision as another stall-
ing tactic which it finds unacceptable the hope remains
that behind the clouds cf talk there may lurk the desire on
both sides to reach an accommodation.
There is little doubt that the cease-fire has allowed for
strenathening of forces, on both sides, but it also has given
both the Israelis and the Arabs an opportunity to eniov the
absence of hostilities, and this is no small thing for people
who have lived under the shadow of violent death for more
than two decades.
Army Attitude Tells The Story
Bob Hope made headlines recently with his hank jokes
about American troops using marijuana in Vietnam.
Among other remarks, he brought the house down when
he asked: "Is it true that you guys are interested in garden-
ing?" He was referring, of course, to the fact that mari-
juana is a weed popularly known as "grass."
Had he visited some of the front-line troops in Israel,
the famous comedian's reference to gardening would not
have drawn laughter. Many hundreds of young men and
women, known as Nahal fighting pioneer youth are
combining their Army duty with the development of new
agricultural settlements in the very danger zones they are
defending. a>*.||
This unigue Army attitude toward land, not as territory
to be fought over and conguered, but as one of the blessings
that have been given man to be treated as a precious food
source, tells the story of Israel as a nation of builders
not destroyers if anything does.
pi
hijack an airplane, for all but
two oi them are Jew.; wh i are
supposed to have "con!
the) h tendi d to fl th S (Viet
Union for Israi I.
The list ol trials which h ive
aroused \>- iple dates fai back in
history Socrati s, Jesus, Gali-
leo are somi of the earliest that
come to n iudice and the
power ol the state hive, over
the ci nturies, been used t" de-
sti > those who were different
or who were believed to menace
th safety ol the si ite,
PEOPLE cho e sides over
these trials not on the basis "i
guilt or innocence bul Ideologi-
cally, which is why I will l>o
looking closely at the names of
those who protest the death sen-
tence for two of the eleven, not
to say the long prison terms for
the others Will Noam Ch mi-
sky be one? I. F. Stone? Will
those concerned with a fair trial
for Angela Davis, or the rele ise
of Huey Newton and parole I >r
Eldridge Cleaver Join the world-
wide outra i "
I don't mean to add guilt by
association, but it is interesting
to note thai I.'Humanite. the of-
ficial French Communist daily,
has stated that the verdict s >em-
ed out of pro] ortion to the facts,
and the British Communist P irty
has apr-e.a'ed to Moscow to com-
mute the death sentences.
NOT THAT these of. .tests
have been successful in Ihc past
those were other da)
In this country, S icco an 1 V m-
,< | to their deaths d -
spite the riots an I d m si
lions thr >ugh iuI th worl I, and
the Rosonl ei f suffim, ..
fates f > rv\ -aling quest mable
i r as pie I i
t:oi if th .: sent< n es re
ted.
THE SOVIET
lice h the past i s so
lling tii it one w< n li that
li idassali c >ul I BtlH iss
statement .i-U.:'- "In the SI I it
of the socialist ide ils t > which
the Soviet Union pi fesses al-
legiance we urge the S iviel
higher court to reverse this de-
cisii n and let these people bo."
Th" judicial murders, begin-
pin with the notorious Mosc >w
Trials of the '30's when Stalin
P"rw1 h;s old comrades, the
manifestation of Soviet anti-
Semitism In the 'n-.l; *>f th-
doctors following World War II,
and the 'Xtenslonof these frame-
ups of J 'wish lenders to C/ech-
OSl \ >k\i and Po'and, is c'.o-
i".....t testimony* Id the nature
of the Soviet system; they con-
tain no ideals of fustic
THE TRIAL and sentence
are a'so a Swiet | -"i In--,, to cfimflMp th Jews
o' Rl|SS:B th'O'l'"1' "I \ '"- of
Marxist lnumwjshin". tlrou-h
th deprivation of th right of
, ,..:,,,..;.,. f ;,,. ..,, i,,......,..,.
and culture, al' guaranteed by
by EDWARD COHfcN
the Constitution
Union.
If the: is in;
^pained from ..il U\-
,- -\ to eliminate tts tfw.s
ther by as.-..'i ilaJi'i. n.i v
mination. t
LESS THAN* 3?\ its i
in world u,".
i th'
S et .1 .\ < were :...
tint y i'h.
en's, hoi .: iti t i
i ];;.iti:
nity. ha I 1 <\x rl tin
Rus .-- with iitt
I .
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I >w u
Ih'U Sn Cta-s :'
v. i (.; i when the \
Ic. :i ist o' th-m une :
as Jews, poured infe^tSft -
t dcla tin i .'os ope:
Jews.
THE EXPERTS are Still I
ir.i; t>. decide the causes f >r t
mraculous resurgence It I' -
e wfounded thv* Prit'cs b it i
Jew and non-Jew who haw
s irveved the past 2,OX) >
a"d found us to be a \vsni-
p-'ople. of no onsequenee h
( a i we ill 1 not fight Tallin \.
It m iy Ik- that OUT Survival
the past rested Upon our meek-
ness. But the future could verv
well h<-!on! to those Jews
P.u-\sia and of Lsrael who a:
willing to fiiht for th.- suniva
of their unique peonlehood aiv
religion. And the Soviets, lik
the other oppressors, will some-
rlflv l>- i-si a footnote in the
history of the Jew-.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BIEN HOA, Vietnam If j .
look at the enemy's problems in
this country as Hanoi must look
at then, the sheer horror of th-
new situation in South Vietn m
can hardly be exaggerate l
Broadly speaking, there are fojr
main problems.
First. President Nix m's bt 1-
liatit gamble in Cambodia has
utterly disrupted the wh de sup-
ply and n placem tit system that
formerlv nourished the enemy
t in Iht e-quarters of South
\ i im. The natural result is
di in itic ill) < Ident here, in the
militarj capital of 111 Corps.
!'; -Cambodia, four powerful
enemy divisions wore hangin on
th borders, always threatening
still another push toward Saigon.
I 'day. all four di\ Isions are
di eo In Cambo lia itself, not very
happilv engaged.
PROM vii.i.a;k and h imlel
T't.'i rllla un to the fairly r I
remnants of enemy main f rc
regiments, the surviving enemv
forces in in Corps arc fearfullj
weakened The) are tllso gu
Ing acutely from supply short
a s, and even from the dr is)
ttlon il the North Vietn
m '-. replacements they ha>
w ,i> need d tn ki sine
T< t, 1968 ll ncs the South Viet-
namese III Corps commai
Gen. Do Cao Tri, is cum
able to use at le ist half of hi<
South Vietnamese units in I
bodia, without really slowii :
down the rate of erosion of
iany strength ^n this side of th
border.
Second, there la the simp '
f at of that continuing
This bears on the prospects ;
COSVN Resolution 14. In th -
document, the word finally wet
out for the aim >sl eompli t. r
version to classical guerrilla w
that Hanoi baa repi it<
th lughl about, and repe
.' im ~ince the i' ~
the

intcv | on
SOME OF THE res
been it
. pie, ti e S >uth Vietn
i plii
mi at ibl) l iose. This n iver
I w hen even the V.C, \
and hand, t gui rrillas exclu
1\- used imp it I
]'."\ n iw they have be
i i-a. d to n '' nseh *
c.:"y. in classical s"<'
IB and iui often th. J h I*
I e it al.le t > dor si with A
ic m eauhnnenl
Put this kind of m'ke-d
not help much, in the 1 >'!_ n -,
if the erosion of er.emy *
continui In p '
provinct>. it ;oes r<-r
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 1, 1971

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

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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"^Jewish Flioridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WMLY
i"-o -a
Number 1
Miami, Florida Friday, January 1, 1971
Two Sections Price c
Israel Returns To Jarring Peace Talks
J] RUS -'.' : : a< I's Cab-
.' mdaj I re1 rn to
Easl ,
i ol United
. i
. V
Thi Cal
. ect I with
at the United
. as repoi ti d by P
Golds M< ir afti i a 5*a
lion.
'[).. |sr:n ,': lett the talks on
Sept. '!. lem than two weeka
after thej began, aa a protect
agailMl Egypt's continuing vio-
lation ol the military atandstlU
clause of tin- cease-fire agrei -
ment.
lara a
11 llback of the irtissili s hich
ed up as a condi-
tion for bringing her boycott of
' taiks to an end. The d( n
has since- bo n dropped as un-
realistic, and stronger commit-
mi nts hav beei I from
thi U.S. govci nm nl i stead.
Washington reportedly has
promised political and military
support to offset the Egyptian
advantage, including :i supply of
American arms to balance the
I' >v of Ncvict hardware, and a
t'Jtlirher stand aiainsl Soviet i.i-
volvement in the Middle East.
The government's announce-
ment said that the Cabinet de-
d that Ihe present political
and military
and justify the terminal ion of
the suspi of Israel's part i-
talks mder thi aus-
pices ol An issadoi Jan ing,
and ai I ri ign Mini I
Ab! a 1
lo n t 1 I's : adim -1 to
i partici] ation.
In Cairo, D:. Munir Hafez, the
Egyptian government spokes-
n an said: 'Wi hope this is a
ainci n effi rl on Isi ael's part
and not just play-acting or a
; to itablish thi
:.. on a pei m iro nl basis.'
Alth rs. Mi ii had
ndixl I t Isra retu
i tall s, -in ri poi
. Istic about the chai
hii ving ; ace. Thi j
g icci i l only :! the Arabs w I
- ttli mi in.' she sai i. "Ii t
ai i coming to I he Jari ii I
In a mood of serving us
matums and timetables, this Is
a blueprint for failure," she
< Ian ii.
IN SECRET LENINGRAD TRIAL
Rabbi Reverses Position
World ReCOlls At Severity On State Aid To Schools
Of Defendants' Punishment
By Special Report
moie Ji wa ... I duled
I n led in l.i ningrad re xt
| it !-. iv i, n repoi ti d Ac-
: mation n aching
ol hi i w iil be trii il
'. rl time in Riga and
, Kishinev, Thi defendants to
tried m \t Wi dm sday w
rrested after the 11
ai preh< rick >i .it Smolny
..;. but Hi did i ol
i in was said
ifti r h '
at l the
i- Ai -
, ......
l-Soviet
:.' I emi-
i i \.: hit rgea Ii b< !
. -; the -Ii ws i
i al in Blga and Kishinev, it
. 1 .mill. So lar thej have
ri accused ol spreading Zi-
II s; pro; a'vi'iila. but no otiier
, liess;:<'t as the nature of
the ftUoged propaganda and how
ii was spreadhave been mule
public. The BOVtet secret polite
apparently arrested them after
thej applied lor exit vtSM to K"
to Israel.
In Jerusalem, the reaction to
the sentences imposed by the
s \n t Union on 11 persons who
stood trial for conspiring tj
hijack a Soviet airliner in an
attempt to reach Israel ranged
from anger to anguish whi
Egypt Given
New Missile
;. AVIV M ry ol
i rs '..... ri port" d thai .i nun I r
of ; iu. i tul Soviet
the Luna 2
and l a 3 ive b i
i
'- i sill s. '
i d pa}-
Ii s, and havi a
Ity of I" tween 1.000 and
1 pounds, inn aa far as is
wn hav not been fired into
l irai li-held territory to rtati.
"Should hoatilities break out
again along the Suea Canal the
Egyptians would undoubtedly
make use of them," an observi r
said.
was reported that two of the nine
Jewish defendants were sen-
t. no squad. The others received pris-
on terms of from 4 to 15 years.
The two men sentenced to
death were former Soviet air
forci major Mark Dymschitz
and Edward Kusnetsov, who
were am sted June 15 and ac-
i sed of plotting lo commandeer
a plane i nrouti Uj Sw< d< n from
I., ningrad.
Pn mi< r Go la ir di ni l
, l; to atti nd an
i mergi m y session I the Knes-
- .. hi n she mai pul lie ap-
pi -,i to the Kit n lin to annul
no Bl
Jews to iti I icl,
Proti sts wi re voici d by many
DOO Jews
d i tside thi Finnish Em-
l as '. which i prea nts S
interests in Israel in a demon-
stration protesting the decision.
Sharply WOrded denunciations
and disavowals came from three
Unexpected sourcesthe British,
Con't. on Page ISA
NEW YORK iJTA A lead-
ing rabbi declared "With pun
in my heart and a total reversal
of a stand I have taken for the
greater part of my career. I
urge that we accept state aid
for our iHebrew) day schools."
The remark, by Rabbi Edward
T Sandrow, past president of
the New York Board of Rabbis
and spiritual leader of Temple
Beth E1-, Cedarhurst, N.Y., was
made in the course ol an ad-
dress al a midwinter conference
of Jewish educators sponson I
.jointly by thi Edui itora As!
My and the United Synagogue
Comn .. Jewish education.
Rabbi Sandrow said h -
forced to i versi his : n on
stati i id I i vatc sen Is be-
c tuse the Jew sh c t> has
11 i
,i v i : He told his
audience that the present sys-

h stu lents I
thai 'k ol
trucl te.
Il, the edu raters i
push for tin i tal lishment of
more day schools and to
move >:' our children in afternoon
schools t i transfer to day schools
ami proposed the development
of "a network of post -el 'men-
tary schools and afternoon high
schools with a minimum of six
to eight hours, using go'is and
materials that go beyond th-
reading of dry and dusty hist y
books and biblical tracts.
stress the very lifestyle of
Jew in Amei ica."
Rabbi Sandrow urged ra
and principals of congregati !
schools to return to the cl
room, particul irly alter the I
yi ir of congri il mal scho> i
for religious and moral teach
He said that talk of Federal >n
. ssuming gre il ;r fiscal resp n-
sibi ties for Jewish educatii
n the agenda of many comi
iti Bui Jewish c immui I
should not b lulled Into thi
tion that momy alone w ill i
: nunities, moth
our parents, >wn I i
present s
ate better
war i
-
I that e: t for
-
itiunal its o 11
ps or spent I
must gro
turity aim isi t itally de> i ii
Jewish knowledge. The Hebt v
ses wi ': .. to give in a -
hour-a-week school simj >
not prepare an average chil I
a Conservath i sj n igogue sei -
ice or for Bible study." he
observed.
News Briefs
Loaders Agree
rj -.. .-. \ h aders an 1
with an
J | in fighting l cis n, i nti-
' I" i i";n'
in Catholic iresi nl i-
I i religious
be-
peration in the fit Ids ol
om i rn.
^zeefa Jews Charged
LONDON (WNS1 Czech refugeea who found
rn EU Ifter the Soviet invasion
\t their country in 1968 have been notified by the
Czech Embassies that criminal charges are ben !
prepa, .. .. ..,,., lhem for "UHcif stays abroad.
They have been advised they can obtain "legal ad-
vice" [torn the Legal Advice Bureau in Prague on
payment of a $M4 fee In foreign currency. 'Hie refu-
gees fear their families in Czechoslovakia will be
harassed and their property confiscated if the "legal
advice" is not obtained.
life Sentence
DUSSELDORF (WNSl Franz St ingl, former
if th Ti link I ath camp, received
e senti afti r beii nd guilty >f participat-
ing in the death of 4 0 i I s, m st ol them
Sfiyin^ Hazardous
TEL AVIV (WNS1 \ military s]
ounced that ] killed 19
yptian spies in the Sii Wove
th. I! iven i thi p an milil ry,
others wi n B : lins pressed '
ISij^erman !> is ion
NEW YORK (WNS W Herschel Schac-
ter, chairman American Ji wish -' inference on
Sovii i Jewry has d< il the U.S. State De-
p rtm nl di cision to recognize the Amer can citizen-
i> Li onld i:. en II ther, Mrs. Esther
Michael-Rigerman, "was undoubtedly motivated by
pressure and public opinion in the United States '
Despite the St ite Di partment ruling that the Rigei -
mans arc American citizens it is not known how the
United States will implement its ruling, since th
Soviet Union insists the Rigermans are Sovi I
citizens.
Aid IrM'reasfMl
NEW YORK I WNS *"i
familj
U.S. nd Ca
past 10 j s, I 1970 ^ sh So
Sen rd by the C Federu-
Ifare Funds i ed.
Stamp Protested
NEW Y >RK tWNS ^ia; it n ition il Ji
;- h ive protested th
the I by the Post Ofl
year is "unconstitutio I bad public policy-
Through ihc Joint Advisorj C immittee of the Syn -
I the National Jew
C nmunity I I > Council, the Jewl
. wroti Postmaster Genera] Winton M
ml la.,! the isi an of stamps with a
th ne s "unconstitut >na i matter of law i
unwise is a i ittei >"


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-Jenlsti Hcrkflain
Friday, January 1. 1971
AJCongress Opens Lccsl 'Hot Line'

Joseph H. Kanter, chairman of the 1971 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, has announced that the campaign
leadership for Morton Towers will include
(from left) Samuel Norksen. Florence Minov
and Morris Minov, cochairmen for Morton
Towers North; Bertha Marcus, Ben Marcus
and Emanuel Mentz, cochairmen for Mor-
ten Towers South.
Th At I Jew sh I' "'
South >l '' on, ni tune the
ipcnlng I !'! Line On
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tain i >.' m aba
Jewrj freed wn.
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thi lives (if ,.. .! .\v
living i-i the V.S S.R.
ho chnn?o<1 i ..>' p
ports of "i" In test news th-
IH Sot t I ana'.
s and views leading S
Ik lars ind '< '- oj Suvic.
will be pres :' I.
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Morion Towers Campaign
Leadership Is Appointed
T h .i i] the Morton
T iwers li adi rshi i for the
i I J v, i A;.i al and Is-
i -y Fund cam
Private Collection of
Slides May Be V iewed
l 'I"lu j>: ivate eolk ction
i tiotogi aphi d slick depicting
an Israel rarely seen which has
already b i ti presented al meet-
ings ol various B'nai B'rith lod
jif.il \ ; nips is Uini: of-
fered for showings t> high-rise,
condominium, organization and
lodge groups at no charge by the
photographers, Henry Kraman
and Arthur Stein.
Mr. Kramarz, national phot
phi-r for the Jewish War Veterans,
and Mr. Stein the JWV's national
liaison officer, will personally pre-
sent ami narrate the showing. Kef-
. n lici s will be furnished upon re-
quest. Interested persons should
i ontaet Mr. Kramarz.
ROOM FOR RENT
IN S.W. SECTION
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Prefer middle-aged man or woman.
Phone 448-7262
unced this w.-> k '
seph H. Kanter, chairman of the
combir .1 di Ive.
Kanter i ported that Mr.
ts. Bet s and Email i
.. Mi ntz will rve as cochairmen
: .. ton Towers South I
.i!.,! Mr. and Mrs. Mori is
I and imui l N. rkeen w ill
-i i. as ci chairmi n of the M rth
ling.
Mrs. Fmanuel Mentz has been
named dinner chairman for the
Cighth Annual Morton Towers
CJA-IEF meeting, to take place
al the Morton Towers Restaurant
Jan. 26.
"The campaign leadership at the
Morton Towers this year is the
same group of people u h pr due-
ed a record breaking 175,000 effort
for our 1970 campaign," said Mr
Kanter. "With the cooperation ol
the many concerned people at the
Morton Towers who are rejoining
us this y< ar for the 1971 campaign
i ffort, and the many new residents
who are working on the commit-
jops, 1 mfidi nt that Moi toi
Towers will produce an even more
. .1 campaign drive this
The following eoeai itaii w ill be
assisting i n n In th
\, rth bill '
. <\ Jack and S lirli y Meyro
wit ', Ja '; and Est -
I Fannii Ira r. H irrj
Classman and Mi. i id Mrs. v.
th.
The Noi th buil mmlttee
mi mbers ind" de Mat ) Jal fe, Mina
Glickman, R th Steirt-i Martha
th, r ttj :' ''. i
Mis. Barl ara Kink. I, Martha I
t< r, Bessie Bura Mrs. Delia
Gn :! r, J ilit s Stahl, A rl Ai k< r,
Mrs S d Sabloskv, Mr. and Mrs
Sam D, Mi-ran. B ssii Tn Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kaminsk; M -
Celia Rosenl latt. Mrs. Fannie
Houtz and Mary Glassi
The commit ti e for the Soul
building includes Bertha Berkman,
Cyrel Dane, Mr. and Mis. Sam
Stocknof, Miss [da RosenWoom,
Mr. and Mrs. Israel H.irtston.
Aliee Kivi man. George and Pauline
Shaeffer, Clara Goldberg, Lou
Reichlin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Aron-
son, Leah Goldberg, Frances Gut-
heim, Golda Moss. George Cold-
stein. Bea Goldworn and Bertha
Marcus,
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+Je*lsli tier Mian
Page 3-A
laiiIala To Be Given
ly Academy's Choir
ata written especially for
^d annual scholarship din-
the Hebrew Academy of
Miami will be performed
e\ on! by the Academy
di-r the direction >>f Mrs
onnet, musical director of
>i. Th,- cantata, entitled
a Jew? was written by
toonnet. assisanl principal
Icademy.
ind Mrs. Ben I. Binder.
and pioneer supporters
fcademy will be guests of
the event. Leonard Rosen
ii eh tirman of the dinner
Hvill h'- held on Sunday
Ing. .' in lii ..I the 1 leauville
education and general stud:.
Ni xl m >nth, demolition will be-
in on the Hebrew Academy's old-
i*l I'H : i n across Pine Tree Drive
n the m tin campus In prepara-
tion f ir t!v construct! >n of a new
three-stoi y facility.
Mr. Mamber's dinner cabinet
includes Jerom Bii nenfeld, co-
chairman; Morris Bienenfeld, Ir-
I win S. Christie, Norman Ciment,
Louis Cohen, Mix Deakter, Louis
11.'('owns. Morris Dubler, Seymour
Eisenberg, [rving Fir lei, Maurice
Goldring, Joseph Gonshor, Milton
Kahn, Dr. Donald Kass, George
Kimmel, Julius Rosenstein and S.
I lavwartl Wills.
JNF To Honor Mr. and Mrs. Mentz
u
n !. Sha Is c >< h iir-
. 11 B Scha ] in m
I; and lac b Rifk !rd
I \ -
Sh I Broad
I '< hi ![an \ B
l. i .!. Mel wit2 i. I .hi
Jack ,;.
I. Robert Rus .:
I
m the Hp-
Acad i'i> of i Ire
,, i
i levi pmenl ol thi
imn unit> ol South Fli
I Oscar Mamb r,
n of the dinner cablnel
i 'filiation of the sch il's
! anniversary is a significant
- nc In it* history," he said.
much if the post develop-
"t has progressed at a steady
iv. the Academy is now faced
th the need for an accelerated
i ram ol growth to serve the
- of the co nmunity. From the
lull c'ass of six students who
:istered when the school orvnntl.
enrollment has pasaed the 8 0
k and more than 1.000 students
, i rteeted tO he admitted for
'. 71-72 school year," he added.
nd Stern is president of
Vcademy's South D tdc Branch.
h has a current enrollment of
' hlldreh "IW grades l through 5,
.1 expect* iii,-re than 100 chil-
:i next year when th" full six-
.!.- elementary school will !> In
it .n i-i its enlarged quarti
VM1IA. R ibbi R ilph 1 \
. .- ; \ es as director of the
10I which is under the educa-
ditSCti in of the Hebrew
rietty with the Academy pro-
Ita curriculum and teachers.
We muRt struggle against time
pi in intensive effort to provide
i'1'ii..h space to accommodate
ncetb of our community," Mr.
lamhef declared, notinc that there
ii dications that the demand
r spaCS will continue to grow at
t rate. "Although we are
y< k\ng to keen price with mount-
nc needs." Mr. Mamlter added,
the '.. ad.'im will never sacrifice
r putatlon it has acquired for
Providing the finest in Hebrew
Manny Mentz, the man who has
arranged events honoring some
of the top community leaders in
Miami Beach, will himself be the
one who is honored next week. He
and his wife, Gus, will be feted by
the Jewish National Fund at a
Fontainebleau Hotel reception and
dinner, on Sunday. Jan. 10.
dor Jerring does not necessarily
uent oi toe 150G Men's Club ol
Mpjton, T"W"r [s a director of
the Civic League and of Temple
Emanu-El, a member cf the Miami
Beach Elks. Odd Fellows. Masons
and the Men's Club of Temple
Raphael.
Gus, his wife, besides being
president of the Morton Towers
Hadassah group for four years,
is serving as first vice president
of the Miami Beach Chapter ol
Hadassah. and is a member of
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the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-
El.
The of the i ,-e-
nlnj> \\ II b R ibe t St, John, In-
tel nal Ion illy know n author an l
It cturer.
Buses will lea\ M irton Towers
t 5 | arriv In? in time for ;
to ittend thi reception at
5 ..n which will prec le the dinner
at 6:30 p.m.
I' incin an 1 entertainmenl ill
round nut the evening's program.
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Volume 44
Friday, lanuary 1, 1971
Number 1
4 TEVETH 5731
We Must Add Our Voices
Most of the civilized world, including Communists in
these nations which are free of the Soviet yoke, is appalled
with the severity of the sentences given 11 Russians, nine
of whom were Jews, for allegedly planning to hijack an air-
plane to freedom from Soviet oppression. Since no Western
observers were permitted to attend the closed trial in Lenin-
grad, there is no way of telling whether the charges were
true or not. Even if they were, the death sentence for a
conspiracy that obviously failed is a barbarism reminiscent
of Hitler and the Dark Ages.
More than simply making an example of hijackers is
behind the Soviet act. Totalitarian governments have al-
ways held "show trials" whenever discontent became a
problem, and the Soviet leaders are having their troubles
at home as well as abroad despite decades of iron rule and
education in the ways of Communism. The trial was a
demonstration to the worried Arab leaders that the Soviets
would do their utmost to prevent Russian Jews from emi-
grating to Israel. It was a warning to the three million Jews
of the Soviet Union that efforts to maintain their culture and
religion can end only in the concentration camps of Siberia,
if not in death.
World public opinion must be rallied behind the cause,
not of hijackers, but of Soviet Jews. The nations which are
not under Communist control cannot permit a Russian solu-
tion to the Jewish problem that begins to look like Hitler's.
The Jews of Silence are finally speaking out and we must
join our voices with theirs.
Talk Resumes At U.N.
Israel has bowed to the pressures of many forces, in-
cluding that of the United States. As was expected, its
government has decided to return to the Middle East peace
talks with Egypt and Jordan at the United Nations.
V/hile both Israeli and Arab leaders have expressed
doubts that the resumption of talks will lead to psace
the Egyptians even view Israel's decision as another stall-
ing tactic which it finds unacceptable the hope remains
that behind the clouds of talk there may lurk the desire on
both sides to reach an accommodation.
There is little doubt that the cease-fire has allowed for
strenathening of forces, on both sides, but it also has given
both the Israelis and the Arabs an opportunity to eniov the
absence of hostilities, and this is no small thing for people
who have lived under the shadow of violent death for more
than two decades.
Army Attitude Tells The Story
Bob Hope made headlines recently with his frank jokes
about American troops using marijuana in Vietnam.
Among other remarks, he brought the house down when
he asked: "Is it true that you guys are interested in garden-
ing?" He was referring, of course, to the fact that mari-
juana is a weed popularly known as "grass."
Had he visited some of the front-line troops in Israel,
the famous comedian's reference to gardening would not
have drawn laughter. Many hundreds of young men and
women, known as Nahal fighting pioneer youth are
combining their Army duty with the development of new
agricultural settlements in the very danger zones they are
defending. i .,*>;
This unigue Army attitude toward land, not as territory
to be fought over and conguered, but as one of the blessings
that have been given man to be treated as a precious food
source, tells the story of Israel as a nation of builders
not destroyers if anything does.
It will be difficult to stand off
on the side and .watch with i
somewhat practiued" eye the re-
ithi r Hi. Ontttd St ites or
tho Soviet Union in recent times.
Fr.inc/wsis pressured l < >--
tu-e in the Dreyffc* case and
: o: in. M.rld to th. ulti-
mate falcof theeleion Russian t #"':^l& *$W
InvSlwdHR afftueged &1oWo BeH Er a.n
hijack an a rplane, for all but
two oi them are Jews wh > are
I tiw S
iii.-..^trw.
3U .posed to have "conf -
they h ti nd< d to flee th S
Union for Israel.
The list of trials which h ive
iroused r* iple dates fat ba
history Socrati t, Ji is, I all-
i if the earliest that
come to mind. Prejudice and th
power ol the state h ive, ov< r
the i nturies, been used to de-
si j those who were different
or who were believed to menace
th safety of the stale.
PEOPLE choose sides over
these trials not on the basis ol
guilt or innocence but Ideologi-
cally, which is why I will be
looking closely at the names of
those who protest the death sen-
tence- for two of the eleven, not
to say the long prison terms for
the others Will Noam Oi >m-
Sky be one? I. F. Stone? Will
those concerned with a fair trial
for Angels Davis, or the release
of Huey Newton and parole I >r
Eldridge Cleaver join the world-
wide outrage?
I don't mean to add guilt by
association, but it is interest in |
to note that I.'Humanite. the of-
ficial French Communist daily.
has stated that the verdict s -em-
ed out of proportion to the fac'.s.
and the British Communist Party
has apnealed to Moscow to com-
mute the death sentences.
NOT THAT these protest*.
have been successful in the past
those were other d is
Iti this country, Sacc nd V in-
: the le iths d -
. ts and d instra-
tions throughout th worl I and
the It i.
fates for rv\ ling aw si >nab!e
crets a- pie "otn-
oj their scute:.
ted.
THE SOVIET r.....>i I I I
ti -,- h the p -' 5 > -p
app tiling that one wondi rs that
11 idassah c >uld still iss
statement asking "In the si It
of the socialist ideals to which
; Soviet Union professes il-
legiance we urge the S >\ let
higher court to reverse this de-
, -. and let these people go."
Th judicial murders, begin-
ivri with the notorious Mose >w
Trials of the "30's when St aim
pot-gel hs old comrades, the
manifestation of Soviet anti-
Semitism In the H-.i; of th
doctors following World War II.
and the xtemlon of these frame-
ups of -wish lenders to Czech-
oslovak's and Po'and. is elo-
........t testimony t> the nature
of the Soviet system; they con-
tain no i le is of justice.
THE TRIAL aivt sentences
arc o'so a Soviet le'f-in t-ct-nt
t fa'h.....to eilroirMe the Jews
or Rusts th'oi">> '< ynrs of
Marxist brainw.ishiiv. th-ourh
th- deortvatlon of th right of
, ...;n,..;.v ti) if, r,.. I ,,,....., ,.
and culture, al' guaranteed by
the Constitution
Union.
If the: is II
r lifted from ..ii
, -v to eliminate tis iais
s.n-.ila^ii
ian n\
ther by as.-.
mination.
i.kss than ag> i -
:.i
i i the youn
: Jews were t.t-
and not surprisingly Thei
puts, be! .: in i
i ,i',.l :
ha I Iv e;.-tu th.
Wltll 1,1! :
th luda'.sn
The syn
i ih-ii nCtas r h <--\.
,.;:,1 years <- > when the v
I iple. m >st o' th-rr. ine :
as Jews. pour--d lnfi^tW.>'"<
to decla.e th. m>elTop*i
THE EXPERTS are st:i: t \
ing to decide the causes 4 or tit -
m ractions resurgence It 1-
e nfounded tho~* crit'es
Jew and non-Jew who hav-
sirveved the past 2,000 years
a-d founl us to be a vani-h .:.
p-ople. of no eisetfreqec '
cause we did not fight totfi'.r. :v.
It in iv be that OUT survival
the past rested Upon OUT me- k
nets. But the future could ven
well belong to those Jews 0
Russia and of Israel who at
willing to fight for the survive
of their unique peonlehood an.
religion. And the Soviets, liU
the other oppressors will some
,i iv !>' >* a footnote in th
history of the Jews.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BIEN IIOA. Vietnam If > >u
look at the enemy's problems in
this countrj is Hanoi must look
at them, the sheer horror of the
new situation in South Vietmm
citi hardly be exaggerated.
Broadly spi aking, there are fo.u-
main problems.
First. President Nix n's
lia-'t gamble in Cambodia has
utterly disrupted the whole sup-
ply and n pi ic m nt system thai
formerly nourished the enemy
t .n thr e-fjuarters of S uth
Vieti im. The natural result is
dramatically evident here, in the
milita,;. capital of III Corps.
Pre-Cambodia, four powerful
enemy divisions were hanging on
the borders, always threatening
s:ill another push toward S tig m.
Today, all four divisions are
di eo in Cambodia itself, not very
happily engaged.
I ROM VILLAGE and hamlet
giM rilla i") to the I I l> r I
>
remnants ol enemy main f wc
regiments, the surviving enenv.
forces In MI Corps are fearfullv
weakened Thej are also su
ing acutely from supply short
a. s. and even from One At isl
reduction of the North A'letn
m < repl icements they have al-
ways needed to keep going sine
T. t, 1968. H net the South Viet-
namese III Corps commai I
c.er.. Do Ca > Tri, Is currentlv
able to use at least half of hi-
South Vietnamese units in Cam-
bodia, without really slowii
down the rate of erosion of et
emy strength on tins side of th
border.
Second, there is the simp
f icl of that continuing
This hears on the pros p. cU :
COSVN Resolution 14, In th
document, the word finally v.et
out for the almost complete r
version to cl issical guerrill i
that Hanoi in- rep> it- d
th.ught about, and repeated!.
I away fr m, since the U ~
intervention on the ground
SOME OF THE n lults
been era telj su cessful F
, xample, the S uth Vietn
ipons-d p
mi -u ibl> l >ose. This n "ver
i when even the V.C. v
and hamli t gm rrillas exclush
is I import se weai
Bui n iw they have
11 -ti '> nselv -
cally, In classical gue
f'Shlon: and too often they hav
able I > fi'.so with A
lean i ; Dmenl
Bui this kin I of maki
not help much, In the 1 ". i ,
if the erosion of enemy
p >wei continues In p
nftei pro\ inc, it goes i
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+Jewlstrk>rldtor>
Friday, January I, 1971
I S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Ye trs ago '. knew i maverick Tex is congress-
man who bore the name of Maury Maverick. He used to define
democracy as "freedom plus groceries.' l >\as reminded of his
definition !> the Polish hunger riots. Back in the days f Hi'1
"Polish October," ,.i 1956, the demonstrators carried banners in-
scribed 'No Bread Without Freedom, No Freedom Without
id."
Thcj got a lift : ". for a while, under Gomulka.
Then ii th nned out around 1932-63, an.I in 1988 it all hut van-
ished in the antistudent and anti-Jewish terror, when Gomulka
became :>-: I ader. They had a bit more bread, too, for a
short span, and around 196S there was constant talk of economic
rm, hut nothii >>!' it only more public p! n i [and
tech la hard life for the Polish working people.
Now ih.' Polish leadership has outdone its If in folly. By
cutting away ovei iy, they reduced wages in the factories
and at the docks, and .1 the sa..-.:- time they ordered a hefty
:es .. bare 10 days before Christmas. It took a per-
verse rigidity an.I stupidity to carry off this
.11 .i :i.
Th n who saj <'> ilka himscll did it sa move
' \ ponent .\i eczj slaw Moczai ii
n o: ecom n rm. Others Bay that Moczar
did it, to i crisis on his hat......I. I lomulka.
As : I \ a plague on b >th their li tus on liberal-
tun nulka and I -. si M ic; ir B tween them they ha\
man I to strip away the few remi ants b ith ol fre lorn md
groci es, to bring death and I ions, tanks and
t i Polani s. What a way to run a "Workers Paradise!"

ALMOST (KintlM.V THE histoi ins will count the
1970, food i iots in Gdynia, Gil nsk, Sopot I S
- one ol th big events in thi h the struggle ol the
Po).-. vith th stic Russian rule..--. There hue
been three phasi s of I
One a ;ainsl Si m In the immed ate postwar years, when
a sordid triumvirate ruled Poland and the Polish minister ol
ivas a Russian, The second came with the outbreaks In
1956, wh i Gomulka I as the symbol ol Pol sh res ince
.1 ii I eatness thrust m. The third was a year of
18, when thi I imulk i us d all I ..-nee
linsl D bcek and th:' Czech libe md when he
ci ushed the relativelj nod< i1 Pi ish stud nl ; >1 si move nenl
and m I ns kith M ai s viruli i I inti-Semil m.
N fourth pi ; pm d with tle l I
S ports where P ilish ar nj nits shot 31 itors
I sh 1 inks ci ush< d them.
Periodically, the So .
quakes call it what you will but the fac th n ith r
Russi in nor 1 satellit lers I fo md a way of ic
. ii Ing th s to each oth ir I Parl of th
problem l- political, s'nee any movement t >w ird an opposition
i is In Czechoslovakia) is tak n is a th pal to R I
s cultural, in the n pression ol ideas which the little bureaucrat
si imach.
Undi Ij ing both is th no th visi of a
creaking, stultifying system which allows for no spontaneity
and wastes human i soun md makes work bleak and lift hard.
Of the Soviet client states, >nlj the Hungarians h ve done
uch to esolve this problem. The Cz chs v il I >, bul
wen lead in their 1 t to I t it was
' topping th


\> it HAPPENS, 1 v. s bom ni
turn ol the c nl iry i >;-. :
ing my first songs as a were the -I
didn't gi k to Po and intil 19 0, ait r the Octol -
1956, and 1 found nent and hoj ..
atmosphere That has all hut vanished now.
I recall talks with Oakar Lange, who had taught in the
United States and returned to Poland and who kepi dreaming
t lit the rulers would allow him to install his modernizing brand
of economics, which anticipated the "LiebeTmanism" of Russia
but he got nowhere. Instead, the Polish rulers have kept too
much of the national income from the consumers, have been
grandiose about industrializing, base truckled to the Russian
economic needs and have feared the plague of initiative and
market pricing. Honce, their current disaster,
We have given names to what the Poles tried to do between
1956 and 1964. Sometimes it his been Called the "Polish
variant" of communism. Zbigniew Brzezinskl called it "domes-
est i:.s difference froBD leal "national commu-
nism," as in Yugoslavia. But today its mestnu | hai dwindled
i; i nulka has turned out t > be a mediocre if well-intentioned
nan who can't sustain the historic role thrust upon him. In-
- taken on the role of trying to i.....trol t
.n the system and power thai have now '
built into him B< I ire the Poles i an mo I i
they will, I fear, fa
ither In 1956 or I 5,
rti an emergency conference on the Mideast,
the presidents and delegates from more than
40 condominiums en Miami Beach elected a
special committee to contact all condomini-
ums in the area requesting their participa-
tion in the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign cf the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Seated
(horn left to right) are Israel Edelstein of
Krenwall Coop; Abraham Grunhut, chair-
man, Miami Beach Division; Bernard Gin-
gold. Creek Towers and Yacht Club; AHan-
Schwartz, vice chairman, Miami Beach Divi-
sion and Hyman Young. Euclid East Con-
dominium. Condcminium delegates Israel
Schenkman of Euclid East, Mayshie Fned-
berg. William Arbor of Penn-Manor. William
Donn of Sun-Dial Tcwers, Simon Ben Herzsl
of Royal Atlantic, Louis Cohen of Euclid
East and Jacob Venguer of Domino are
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friday, January 1. 1971
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temples Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel, Both
Broward Moshe Congregation, and Rabbi
uiUcs will participate in the Berel Weiri,.Beth Israel C&igrega-
i tion.
,\'- i Rirl Shn arlytfti T Swir-'
-!<> Beth Jacob Congregation;
I Raab, Beth Rapha >1;
Irving Lehrman, Temple i
i-El; Rabbi Tibor II. Stern
; I' Cohen C immunity Syn i-
R ibbi David I ehrl I,
Kncs th Israi 1 ('ongreg ition; R
bi M : Abra novvil s, Temp'c
M ;. irah; R :>; Eugene Lab i\ itz,
S r Tamid: R ibbi Milton
Scbiinsky.T n Adath Yeshurun,
ind Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Beth
["< ih Congregation.
Aha Rabbi Charles Rubel, B'mtl
Raphael; Ra! bj Jonah E. Caplan,
Sky Lake Synagogue, Kibbi
Naftali Porush, Young Israel of
Miami; Rabbi M ixweB
Bei ?'< : '\:-:r\i fcamora; Rabbi
T-:iilot Win i I, Temple Israel of
! iar; Rabbi I >a\ d Shan
Pempln S n li of Hollywood; Rabbi
1 Ricko- sky, Both Tfilah
Congi it R bbi Norm in Sh i-
piro, Tempi.' Zion; Rabbi Samuel
Jaffe, Temnh Beth El, Hollywood;
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple
i-kth Shalom, Hollywood, and Rab-
bi Phine i- W< berman, Ohev Shal-
'ii Congregation.
Fisher To Spend 4 Days In Miami
RABBI AllXANDIR GROSS
.- ,1 observ nice of Hebrew
ij Sabbath this weekend
is w II devote their ser-
i to the theme: 'Tin' Impact
. Ye irs ol th < Hebrew Acad-
i the Jew Ish Community of
-: | ;' orid R ibbi Alexan lei
., ;>: ; | of the School,
iui i
'- and announce-
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nnu I scholarship din-
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ij evening, Jan.
Lie Hotel, Miami
parl
' Iui i i the He-
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nt of the Rabbini-
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I p II t'Cipate ill the ;
pro im on behalf of
I Rabbi S ilomon
Is. live ice pr ldenl of
: i I A* ati >n; Rabbi
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Sim.-ha Fisher, who is connected
with the Jewish Agency's Depart-
ment of Torah Education, will
spend four days In the Greater
Miami area demonstrating the
teaching of ancient and modern
ry under the cosponsorship of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
md the Hi brew Academy.
Mr. Fisher will demonstrate his
techniques at Beth Torah Congre-
gation and at Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood mi Monday, Jan. 11; Tuesday
md Wednesday he will demon-
strate in various classes at the
Hebrew Academy, He will lecture
fore a joint nn i ting of the He-
i.a ; achers ol Greater Miami
rhursday morning, and j.w- a sec-
nil demonstration at Beth Torah
at Ion Thursday aftei:. i n,
according to an announc.au. nt
Award Mominations
Mow Being Accepted
Nominations for. the L971 Aaron j
Zacks Memorial Award ($3.1
presented for "'original, exciting
..ml measurable contributions made!
by a Jewish educator currently en-.
gaged in the formal setting of a
Jewish elementary or hi^h school"' .
are now bemu accepted, Robert H.
Arnow, president of the American
Association for Jewish Education,
, .- announced. The Award was
established two years ago by a
ial mint from the Zaeks Fam-
ily Foundation of Columbus, Ohio,
ii memory of Aaron Zacks, Colum-
I us industrialist and philanthropist,
ami enables the recipient to spend
ui extended period of time in
Israel tor the purpose of enriching
his background and knowledge.
tu ther Information write to
\aron Zacks Memorial Aw rd
.;..: tti American Association
for Jewish Education, l V New York, NY 100 "
made by the Bureau's president,
Leonard Zilbert,
The Bureau will also assist in a
two-day conference conducted by
the schools of the United Svna- ,
gogue this month. Dr. Jay Stern
will direct the sessions concerned
with the teaching of history anil
will confer with educational direc-
tors and .location committees of
the Conservative congregations.
The Bureau will begin its annual
six-week Teachers Seminar under
the din ction of Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, consultant, in February.
Ohev Shalom Installs
Newly-Elected Officers
Installation of the newly-eli eti d
Ohev Shalom Congregation offi-
cers took place iast weekend du-
ing a unique Sabbath ("hanukah
w remony. The leaders for the
coming year were consecrated h\
Rabbi PhiiK as A. Weberman, th.'
spiritual leader.
Louis Tern.r was reelected to
his post as chairman of the board;
Alfred H. Sim iser was elected as
president and Herman Meyerson
and William Feinberg as vice pres-
idents. Also installed were Frank
Gordon, secretary; Eugene Sicher-
man, treasurer and Richard Ma-
nas, financial secretary. The four
elected Gabboim (Deacons) were
Louis Mait.-. Slgmond Rosenman,
Harry Weinbi rg and Simon Jarny.
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Rabbinical Association
Calls For Prayer, Protest
In response to thr acti in of a Soviet Union court condemn-
ing two Jews to death and nine others to long prison sentences.
the Rabbinical Association ol Greater Miami issjed a resolution
calling for special prayer and protest services throughout the

The resolution, issued in the name "!' th Rabbit \
tion by its pn si lent. Rabbi Sol Li ndau ol Beth D I I (' ingreg -
tion, reads:
"Thr Rabbinical Association of Grentr-r Miami deplores the
action of the Soviet Union court which cond d I vo Jews t i
death, ami nine others t> long prison 'ntences. This was 'l i
in a kangaroo style court violating irj rule i I law ind jus-
lice. The tii.il had the overtones of rabid ant -S I sn which is
in keeping with th.' Communist Russian tradition. 'Phis t.- idii
finds three million Jews in th Sovi t L-'n in fai in i ius u d
cultural genocide today.
"Wc call upon the Jewish community to join in prayer and
protest against this outrageous act. Wc recall the words of the
prophet Zeehariah which is recited during this Chanuk ih
Not by might nor by power but by my spirit saith the Lord.' We
pledge our support to our thr.-e million br*thre i wh sit silently
and solemnly during thK. their darkest Chanukah. We will be
theii li;;ht and thoir voice, to help bring about their redemption.
"We call upon our fellow citizens throughout the community
in this season of 'the Lights' to join In prayer and protest ;it the
inhumanity being perpetrated against a segment of G-d's chil-
dren, where His lipht is being threatened with extinction. We
ask that telegrams he sent to government officiate; asking their
assistance in thus flagrant violation of human rights."
A telegram has been sent to President Rich ird M. N s
askiig hi-. Intervention on behalf of all eleven u i re con-
victed and espei I illy tot the two Jews condemned to death. The
telegram was sent in the name of the Rabbinical Association by
Rabbi Landau, and by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federations Chaplaincy Service, its
i \ cutive \ ice president,
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* Jen 1st ncrkflar
Friday. January 1. 1971
AMBASSADOR TELLS AUDHNCt
Return To Talks Does
Not Guarantee Peace
. v I -. >r to i"
l ; ,, .,'. E\ ron w ned an er-
i atl 500 p
ij night at the Hista I
t\ id ition' i Chanukah ilute I
i- el that the announce i I im
1 ace talks throu Vm' issn-
dur Jarring does n >t nee sm
i it- a.i,. -. 1 i DCaC .11 Ih.'
pointe i thi Soviet U
ii fication oi anti-S m I
evidence in the Leningrad
trials a< "further c tue for
, n !.< to thi intensifical ion of
d Russl in involvement in the
M (li East."
i issador E\ n was the prin-
speaker at the annual event,
which honored Jud^e Herbert S.
Sh p!ro of Miami Beach for serv-
Ici io the Hist idrut Foundation
am! the State of Israel.
Earlier, he hell a news confer-
enc at Temple Beth Sholom in
wh ch he called for world protest
gainst the severe sentences im-
posed on "innocent Jews in the
Soviet Union."
Dr. Sol Stein of New York, na-
tional executive vice chairman of
the H'stadrut Foundation, an-
nounced th" new "living legacy"
program of the organization. More
than $75,000 w is subscribed to
t issue of the
. Irut.
11 -. I. on Ki onish, national
rd chairman ol the Fo indat i< n
>rj .! ".. has a re-
. to ivid for Israel
h will.
Others who to >k part in the
"h inukah Salute included Dr Irv-
ing Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El; Dr. Mich lei S issin. Ili*-
tadrut Council president: Morris
Vewmark, Histadrut treasurer;
Sam Feinsteln. chairman of the
hoard: Edward Tumaroff, regional
i tor; and Gerald Schwartz,
Hist idrut Foundation coordinator.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kotler, guests of honor at
the Mesivta of Greater Miami, received a
silver Mecilah as token of appreciation for
their contribution to Torah Education. From
left to right are Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal; Rabbi Milton Simon, Rosh Yeshiva;
Mr. and Mrs. Kotler, Rafcbi Abraham Groner,
Rosh Yeshiva; Rabbi Berel Wein, chairman
cf Faculty; Louis Merwltser, president o: He-
brew Academy, and Hyman Galbut, chair-
men of Mesivta's 10th annual dinner.
Rabbi Raab To Make
Customary Predictions
Rahhi David Raab, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Raphael.
will make his customary predic-
tions for the coming year during
the services beginning at 8:15 p.m.
Friday.
Each year. Rabbi Raab makes
his predictions during the first
week of January; a high perocnt-
a-e of his statements have turned
out to be quite accurate.
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Destiny Placed Us Here
i
nw Question
Box
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayigash
RABBI SOLOMON Si HUT"
Director, Or. ater Miami
Jewish Federation
( limmiiit-. Chuplalnej' Service
We '.. n .i new year with an
tb! i .1 making ts
n the Ju*
h izon.
The I
ling r a ii
c lemn-
. i i i Je ish
to!
ii,' :i!i and nine
i fht of
.; Jew -
i i long prison
!
cha-
ri to 8 men
Rabbi Schiti n-JewS
as wi i Ji ws.
The Sovicl L*n on stands c in-
,. in tiv- eyes of the worl 1.
il the de endants are inno-
, nt of the crlm of attempted
iackim. ttv n thi j have made a
kery out of justice. If, on the
her h n I, the defendants are
ilty, then the world can see that
;; ol th Jew in Cbmmunlsl
nt lei ble th il he i*
to risk his life I i ftel out.
4, n conf -- ms alii gedlj
ned 1 lh :
hijackine w w b him of the
ilent ant i-Semitism pre> alent in
-la.
Wh it ma th ominous is
fact that th u > the
; it will
i -i not a few J
i million

th t -' ";:-
i i I i'!i >
iy I I ex-
tion to thei im.
A critical de < in i n iw
-.,1. Wh i -'i d -; i' in -"-
: isi to this ''>''
learn from history, is condemned b> RABBI i>R- SAMUEL 4. FOX
to repeal it." The history of the
lasl -to years has taught us that Whj b it emtomary lor the
the silence of the world has con- traditional woraalpper o away
trlbuted to the extermination of > "<' ,urth whB I'r:'.vin-
masses ol Jews. Oar not wishing Sofag 1.,)mim.t;u.il.s (Bet Jo-
to l ;k the boat helped to send al ,, ,_.-, v;1.,i that this is
;' i" Biwapo I i .;i "Then Judah cam.' near unto him
(Chapters 44:18-
d< iths.
i
Isaiah 6:4i which says "and the
m of anti. d. .rpostsw "';;"Y.:'.:>.I,1:\";''
Semitism m .gain raises its ol th se who called. fhb is tak-
ugly head mval combat It with -"'" '>'" .'v'" tnc lnanl:
ties. We must protest mate pil trs ol the house moved
from awe uhn they beheld the
i in-
arid demonstrate is we never have
fore. We must clamor, with tele-1 countenance ol the AJmlghty.
,.u. doors Presiden1 Likewise, inan n _prayer stands I, -
, lss ,or A.,,,,ii fore the Almighty Hlmsell and
Dobrynin U.N\ Secretary-General *" should be swaying and
ij Th nt, ind an> me else in a trembling In awe.
position of influence. I There are some who claim the
We must demand that justice be expression of David who said All
done and that their victims be set my bones will express (my fee-
free and allow d to emigrate to "lgsl ... is responsible for this
Israel We must resolve thai we custom. This means that real pray-
will not allow the fate of thn.....r is such a tremendous emotional
million to be the same, God forbid, experience thai it Involves the ;
,- the six million. whole being of the worshipper
his whole body and soul. Prayer
In this week's Torah portion, |8 thus not merely lip service but
Joseph reveals himself to his a total involvement of man with
brothers. H. sots the pattern lor1 his .Maker.
us to follow by saying. "Ki Lemi-I The mystics even claim thai man
chyo Shlochani Elokim Llfnaichem lwom, s unified with the Creator
For God did send n .. )hl. ,.,,UI.Sl. 1)f prayer and I
you to preserve life Joseph knew ;> ,m,,;w,| >, the moving for.
j that destiny brought him to a land o| (|u. L-ni, ,....,, ., is not .,
where he could enjoy prosperity, static inanimate being. Others ref-
power and security, and he must er to the verse ol the Psalms which
utilize hL food forl m to help his g|, .lk of ,Ml. ,,.
*
47:27
JOSKPH REVEALS HIMSELF After a series ol ob-
stacles and tribulations thai he put In their way, Joseph could
no longei restrain hirnsell and, ordering all others to withdraw,
losed his real identity. The brothers were speechless with
fright, but Joseph told them n t to reproach themselves for sell-
ing him to Egypt as it had been God's will thai he save peopli
f; ,-. starvation. He urged them to return to Canaan and has et
hack with their father, their families, and tlocks and herd-. They
would live In the Land of Goshen, the finest pastureland in
1 :>pt. and have sufficient food for th remaining five years ol
famine. The brothers wen embraced by Joseph and all wept v. i.
emotion. When the news reached Pharaoh he, too, invite I them
i i settle In Egypt and ordered thai wagons \- sent to eonv. .
.i -,,!> .md. his househo] I. Jos< ph showered his brothers wi$ n
for them and his father. >nd they returned to Canaan.
JACOB LEAVES FOR EGYPT When Jacob was loW th ii
Joseph was still alive h fell faint, and he could hardly bfjReve
the news; but after hearing the full story, he sel forth on hi-
journey, accompanied by '" ol his direct descend mta and tbeii
families. He stopped at Beersheba to offer sacrifices to God who
appeared in a vision and told him nol to lear going to Egypt, For
his descendants would return to Cana in.
On their arrival in Egypt, Joseph, after an affectionate and
motiona; meetiie- with his father at Goshen, advised his brothers
to tell Pharaoh that they were herdsmen, As the Egyptians con-
sidered this to *' an inferior occupation, Pharaoh would allow
them to live aparl in Goshen; they would thus be enabled to
preserve their separate identity. Joseph presented five of his
brothers to Pharaoh, who entrusted the competent ones with
the care o' his own f] pph then introduced his : ither, > >>.
best< wed his blessing "ii Pharaoh,

ees singing the Ii I
praises of the Almighty as thej .> LOCaJ MlMU'IllS I 111 I/t'Illl S L10I
We the .' v if v th sway with the wind. This in lie it -
Josephs of tod y. II I saw fit to "''' nil of mture is caught up in Four Flo- la residents t \esn y< Josej
place us here in this nti divine movement of th
Al- iva College, the untlergraduati
Wi
Mr inrl Mrs i
lijov prosperity, pow ;hty, and certamly man himself school of liberal arts and science genthau. 54 74th St.: Chaim
mes parl ol the act" on the for men ol Yeshiva Universitj n nik, son ol ':> bl a-d Mrs Julri-
cunty. we must utilize th i }tfl .,. ,,, ,if(, york Q |)av ,,,.., named s lk( ik JSJ,, Sh, ; ,., Av,
in i i help bt ii sal\ ation an I
. redemi ti in to our brothi rs whi r- f>tral To LcCtUTC
e\'er thej m e our help.
to the Dean's List, Dr. Isaac B n of M
dean, has announced. [Mrs. Paul Weiss, 650 Lenox \
erthej need our help. ,.,. s will ,,,-,. on the ^ 2J2 ^ Qf ijm ,tu. | Miami Bneh.
Our brothers in the Soviet Union joplc^ JJJ^^SEg?^ denU enrolled at the school who Sheldon Goldstein, son of M,
ed our help. We must I ? their tne Wedne8dayt 2 p.m meeting ol were accorded the honor for main and .Mrs. Nathan Goldstein, 71S
light and their voice We due not lh(. rhl, Ivri Hebrew- speaking taming at least a 3.4 (Bh i aver
rest until justice and freedom lie-jp-oup of North Miami Beach Ini ,(, for ,hp 1970.71 academic
Someone w I "He who doesn't rome their rightful possession. 1 Temple Menorah's Blue Room. _____________' '
Sioux Dr., Orlando, was also
the list.
F^eli crviccs
rice Klein 15
Prltlay R 15 p.w s, rvi. ,-s followed i>
> u shabbat hosted bj Mr and Mm
K.-iul Creiiplii in honor VU-lor Saturday '' a.m. Bar Mlts-
\.ih: \*i. i"r. HOII "t Mr and -Mr- Raul
i 'i. ipin,
MIAMI
AH*VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. V'JS SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. |
ANSHE EVES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowita 2
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabb'
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
EETH DAVID. ZW6 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi S-ol Landau
Canto- William W Lipson *
> Ida) Ji -ii Vi v ut
i.
I7th Ave. Ortho-
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes t
' I'. ii in > lUPBt p*aker Alfri d
(ioKlt-n, topic: "Thff Sin- of il"
i.-.oi,.. Followed by Ones Shabbal
i y Mr and Mr.-. Morris il Harri*
\[r and Mrs Milton Wn li-l.-r I _
In 1,....... ol betrothal o( their child-
ren, Diane Harris and Robert Wechsl-
ZION (TEMPLE) bOOO Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman '4. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
FYtdaj v :'" p in Baturday 1..... .1 m prlday v t, p m
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TtMPLEl. 6?0 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed
ward rtlein. 2
lar Mitzvah: Aribur Joneph Pawal
1 Mr and .Mr- Bldnej S Piixo
New Veal a Tim
Bermon
fi 1 lt<
-lulu
NORTH MIAMI
E T H MOSHE CONf.REGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseoh Gorfinkel, Cantor
a,------- Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
(-^.l-^ r,c r.RFiTFR l'v"1-'" sr' ''"' Bermon' In Spin
(Temole) 9^.. OREATER of Ev,.Py,n|llg __ K.-iitl> Pollowi I bj
eg Bhabbal boated by Mi. and Mrs
Hurt Bwartz hnnortni Bar Mltavnh o(
their Ron JoaepJi.
ISRAEL
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
IS s. rmon: "A Tear of Per-
Minal Man "f the rear"
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
St. Conservative. Rabbi
man.
Iph Glix-
13
EETH EL. 500 SW
dox.
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. OR OLOM (lempie) aras_S.W. 16th
Modern Tradit onal Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor B*n Dickson 6
V Hlay H:l.'i l -1. mt by Ml
Chai i!n ii
* 11, annU i -.111 and blrthdat) l Mrs
'1 i-mple Batui d IS .1 tn s. rmon
"Trouble l-'i'-ni Wirl.in 4 '' p 111
' 1.-ii of 1 ..iu 4 1 | lil 1
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Cor se-vative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbmy 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) or'1 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
J\.avvinic*f evision
r.
rograma
lam. :i Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rab ilomon Schiff, Din :toi Community
Chaplaincy Service
Ian. :i Ch. T. in a.m. The Std! Small Voice
T-ipie- "Biblical Message for Modern Time-- Tin-
Life Of Moat s"
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. fefrfple Adath Yosh-
U)iin.
Guests: Rabbi Morris Kipper, Temple Judea, Rabbi
David Lehrfield, Koeaetti Israel Congregation
Jaa, :i Ch. i. 8:30 urn. Xhi Flral EMata
Top.- "Religious Bias of Text Books"
Hosl: Rev. l,other c. Pierce
Quest: Dr. Gerald Stroke.-. Council of Religious
A1 f. i
Panel-: Rev. Richard Bailor. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe,
Temple Bi th El. Hollywo I
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDe.TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho -
Rabbi Berel Wein
BETH JACOB. 3M Washington Av-
Orthodox RAbbi Shmarvahu T Sv
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamch
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMI'LE-
Jefferson Ave. Conservit'v-
Divirt Rnib Cantnr s^ui P"
r- -1 i' i? tn s- -1" i
lion- for ill- v- ar 11
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEi. 4U-I
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convier ?i
rii.l.i | 7:45 I' in S- in ii
... i 11 M
Peaci Saturday
OHEV SHALOM. (055 Bor.ita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 3
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad, Nahmiaa. 31
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CONGREGATION E TZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Vaiaie. Conservative
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pi
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. fit
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 4)
POMP AN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th A,-
Conservative Habbl Morns A. okoo
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 4*
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
923 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Too-
Hall Or.hodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine
6v
NAllANDAIf
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N E. 1st Ave.
CENTS'-

BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rs -
' sky 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBrifw CONGREGATION
1242 Washinqton Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
HEBREW ACADEMV. 2100 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Qmss 25
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLEi. 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
R.illi Milton Schlinsky
C ithaniel Schub. 33
NE 164th St. at 11th
live. I Max Lip-
Renaer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. R.ibbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
N E 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kmgsiey Cantor
Irving Si-uikes. 37
..Lu-
ll Katun .- in
ill

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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.K.I
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
i-' i'ii> p 111 ii- : : a 111 1
Mini lia i> in
YOUNG ISRAEL OK GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
H0UYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1361 S 14 Av.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4J
I ilaj I", i' in Sermon: on Hann
In* .1 N. ... 1 '.,!,.|itlnr" Saturday 1
.- in llai Mil .Ii: si- i.li- '.
In and Mi 1: b< rt .1 Blank
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV. ^7?
Monroe St. Conservative Rabb
Morton Malavsky. Cantor ..v --j
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLei. 1201 Johnson %t
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Hellbraun. 4"
MMAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. S5th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 4;
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 610'
N W. 9th St
CANDlEilGHTING TIMI
4 TEVETH 5:21
C0RAI GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 55on Granada
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
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and Mrs 81dm j \\.
CONG. AN-NE-L (Bran-h of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham ....__.____TZZTu~
Ben-Hill-I ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Meyer Engel.
H.
Stem
26
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. IAUDERDAU
BETH ISRAEL (TtMPLEl. 547 k
Oaklanc Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldot
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Thi* fidge ii rjre-r-dTfil r*i
copfirration with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
CoorcJinjfor of the /earur
arrrarmg here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade* of
Temple Zamera
Coral Gables


Friday. January 1, 1971
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This Week In History
'
yearn Ago This Week: 1980
Kussian Jews began a 10-day
I itlon of the 10th anniver-
.,; iiii M (scow Jewish St ite
iter.
|i Milan R idacr, Jewish business-
,,: Waul- ir, Ont.-Detroit, vol.
red to teed Lbs bungr-j un-
I [or three months at an
i cost ol S35.0I 0
A Catholic handyman in Bi istol,:
I Conn., left 15,01 0 i.. u to his
church, another church, and Bethl
1st iel Synago
The pn sident of the White Rus-
*ian Ri pul lie said Jews there had
schools and village s a iets
th in any other minoi it v.
HANSH.
MARCUS! ..
t!Culi
D reclof
CATERING
Food & verrgt/
LOUIS WITKIN
Hiiiia i Hitl
53.-6061
.>
Russian Communists in Riga de-
stroyed ill- graves ol the Baal
shorn Tov, founder ol Hassidlsm,
ii 'I his great-grandson Rabbi
Mahum Brat/laver, founder of
'Brat la' i !. .--. dism "
Max N'aumann, head of the na-
Istle, anti-Zionist Nati inal-
' German Jewish Union, dcclari I
"A Jii ish patriot must suppo I
any party which Ls useful to Gei
many, e\ -n when that partj is
Ther ''on we must
agree with Hitler's Fas '1st pro-
l> the G
:i- "
if Is id's :i rth," he explaine 1.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
tl the World Jewish Cor
Hi "hi leader Menahem Beigin was
ponsible" in urging Jews to
t the Wi si In th I ist We I
:.'. i. the S >\ let Union
million Jews would be cut off from
world Jewry.
The Israeli <'i inet approved a
equi s; by ntt >i n > !'. t1 Sen a-
tius for $20.'. 0 In fees fo d >fend-
i". am ilf I chm inn In Jerusa'.i m
is no other fund s lurce w so -n.
M nist" Pinh is R s -n said
i as "in '''i interests ol Israel's
mati inal and international ol
lions.''
Bris. Zvi Ts-ir. Demit> I- Ii
R i K itzi m n
' the l.i id Jew sh
' 25 da (1 Hi.
' M.
lii v arm %M T -.is YV. k I960
,.-..
iers
C Etl FIMTATU U SIS. MIAKI IEA0I
Pr
that pn
he had
low* dless." "Ii
my speech 1 ut th nci i if
lh \ me J h c immunitv
,- a pos live nt in Jew -
i-ii in-' in i p.u .' ith the m
\bur little girl
is getting married.
At last.
Will it he a small wedding and a hip. reception, or vice vers.i?
After all. there are a lot o relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who shoii'd handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauviile? For the affair of the
season ..be it *fddiiip reception, confirmation, banquet meet-
ing or gala ..no one c?n touch the Deauviile for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 oi 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that pupulai?
Deauviile
Call Al Sichcrer/Executive Food Director/ 8G5 6511
Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
If you re rich
and beautiful,
why aren't we
having an affair?
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all, we re
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughters wedding. Your sons confirmation. The one big party
of the season. ,.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc The figures
may come to a little more, but would you really settie foi any-
thing less?
Our catering director. Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel, Yacht and Cabana Club.
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
Chief of Staff, was named Major-
11 eral ind Chii f of Staff, juc-
:;v: retlrii i
LOV.
Ml' Ba n inn r, presi l< nt
ol the B :' -put ol Brit-
sh Jews, v i- knighted bj Queen
'.i II.
In I960, firs, time in
-i_ 111 years, th Si curity Com
did not consider a single Arab-
[si i' I dispute.
New York University offered i
throe^year graduate fellowsh
leading to doctorates in Hebrew oi
hjdaeo-Arabic si udles,
Book Discussion Sel
The Hook of Doctrines and Be-
liefs by Saadya, the father of Jew-
ish i hilosophy, will be discussed by
the Great Jewish Book Discussioi
Group at i's 2 p.m. meeting Thurs-
day, Jan. 7. in the Miami r.
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave.
Lodgi
Meeting
Join the WINN Team
Sherman Winn
ViciPres./Gen.Mgr.
Steve Winn
Sales Manager
Glenn Huberman
Catering Mgr.
Sam Manna
Manager
Sherman Winn, Vice President and General Manager,
Invites you to ;oin the Winn team and make the Balmoral
your hotel. Complete hotel and catering facilities are at
your disposal-every occasion becomes a memorable one
Monday
The I; ir ;e >' rshw in Kn ghta
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usini :: i i, I hancellor <' i
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Telephone Mr. David Kovac at 888-3600



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KmMhn*rkRa*i
Friday. January I, 1971
Lions Sponsoring Free Health Fair
A number of Lions Service Clubs,
headed by B< n Saks, general chair-
man, an i'lLT a fife Com-
munity Health Fair. Jar.. 9 ami 10
at the Miami Si nior High School.
2450 SW 1st St.. assisted by the
Student Health Council of the
school under the guidance of Mrs.
W. Pearl Porter, R.N. their facul-
ty advisor. MHS clubs participat-
ing" Include the Junior Dc bs. Civ-
anettes, Junrm-Civitans and the
Beta Club.
About 50 organizations in the
health care field, the health pro-
fessions, voluntary health agencies,
teaching and training institutions
and governmental departments
and bureaus dealing with the pu-
blic health ar taking part with
exhibits, demonstrations and dis-
plays. A,'.mission an I parking ari
free. Souvenirs, glfl Items and
household sample sizes <>f vai
products will be available free.
A movie theatre will show health
films on various subjects through-
out the two-day health fair. Thi se
educational movies will be free to
the public. Screening tests for
diabetes, vision, hearing, respira-
tory function, blocd pressure and
electrocardiograms (EKG) will be
onducti >i without i Iw

a dial..sis machine for kidney
dysfunction will be demonstrated,
immunilogy (vaccinations against
,> it.ii.-i ( is,a^ s), xhibits on drug
abr.sr and i : an educa-
tional s >t-'ip on venei ises,
will be' among the pies, ntations.
Do rs will be opi n to the public
ct 10 a.m. or. Saturday ani at 1 p.m.
on Sunday. Closing hours wi'l be
at 5 p.m. on both da s. A family- i
nil r.ii d educational fair, even tin
small tots will be remembered
with free lollipo] s and balloons.
Dade County schools ar" hpinw
urged by th< department of health
ind steal t ducauon t i s na
i' ache i s ai d studt nts to this
" n; it fair, to which the g ni ral
public is inviti d.
*4L
Continued From I*;ige 4-A
|i jsly forward at rates varying
from 5 to 10'; per month. The
V.C. manpower base being ero-
ded in this manner is also ter-
ribly shrunken.
IX THE LAST year, for in-
stance, the total estimated num-
ber of weapons-bearing guerril-
las ir. all of South Vietnam has
dropped iron- 00.000 to 30.000 -
or few enough to bo counted in
hundreds in the average prov-
ince. Continued erosion is tl
id to lead to the "i
the end of the guerrilla war."
which the astut J >hn Pa-il Vann
has predict! d will t ike place in
the Delta in the first h. If of
1971.
Third, the foregoing facts are
the bi ~i xplanation that one
can find of soirn extremelj odd
symptoms that have begun to
crop up here and there. In this
district and that, guerrillas anil
local force* are being ordered
by the V.C. high command to
hide large caches of weapons
for future use. In many prov-
inces, the cadres of the jo-c
V.C. infrastructurethe com-
mand and management appa-
ratus are being ordered to p'lt
on false whiskers and acquire
legal status wherever they can.
These look very like prelimi-
nary preparations to go under-
ground, in order to try for a
comeback much later, as the
Communists did in the South in
1954. when Vietnam was divided.
For the present, it must be
added, one is still rWoly im-
pressed by the resilience and
guts of the V.C. despite the
continued, heavy erosion.
BUT IF THE relentless ero-
sion does not stop, then some-
thing will have to give some-
where at some time in the not
too distant future. That will be
the time for really goinr under-
ground. But a successful V.C.
eomback. thereafter, is fir,
far likelier than it was in 1954.
Here is the fourth reason for
Hanoi's concern. The South Viet-
namese government and army
are by no means perfection, of
course. Above all. there is the
same corruption that the Hanoi
leaders so deSPI ratelv complain
about in North Vietnam. It will
never go away: indeed it can-
not go away until official*, of-
ficer- and troops are paid liv-
ing wages.
But in province after nrovinc
y "i And '' ivinep and
district chiefs. Above all, the
South Vietnamese annv has
changed, almost bi vond re"r*Bjiii-
tion. and for the better in
spects. But thi- is a matter that
main'.v be'onp.s in a f-t,'
port on Hano.'s horrible prol>-
tems.
Registration For
Fine Arts* Second
Semester Opens
Registration is row In progress
or the second si tnester :;t Temple
r th Sholom's Sen ol of Fine Arts,
it has been announced. The term
begins Jan. 8 and ends May 11.
The School of Fine Aits is an
afti r-s !' I program aimed at giv-
ing children of all ages th" finest
possible training in all fields of
Fine Art. Classes are conducted in
; oil painting, graphic arts, ceramics,
ballet, mcdeiri danca and drama;
i the music departments offers pri-
vate violin, VCice, cello, guitar.
clarinet, drums, flute, piano and
music th, or, lessons.
Tiv faculty of Temple B. th
Sholom's School of Fine Arts in-
cludes such wi II known instructors
as Alexander Prilutchi, Marilyn
Samuels Alexander Nigodoff, Lee
Bi detti, Beth T.rr.!!, Shi rrlch
Hiscock, Burti n Parker. Rose Ler-
man, Inna Rublova, Harry Volpe,
| Bob Fucci, Eugenie Schein, Ar-
minda Schutte and Judith Druck-
i. Mis. Drucker also serves as
din etor of the school.
Interested persons may secure
further information by calling the
temple. Brochures are available.
Friendly Social
Club Installing
The Miami Fi i. ndly So. ial Club
will Install Its n< w slat ol offi rs
in 1:31 p.m. <. r. m nus at the
Israelite Center Auditorium Sun-
da. with Rabbi Avrom Drazin,
spiritual leader, as installing of-
ficer, and musical i ntertainrpent
by Cantor Nathan Parhass.
Max Garshag, founder of the
club, will De'lnstatlfd for his 10th
term as president; also taking
their oath of office will be Julius
Rifkin, vice president; Mrs. Ann
Weiss, recording secretary; Kill-
man Fii uoerg, financial secre-
tary; Mis. Blai '.' Kli In, tn as
un r; Mis. Go'dl Gars'.iai, pub-
licity chairman; Jo, S >ki Isky, s r-
gcant-at-arms, and Pauline Frlcd-
bcrg, corresponding s cretary.
Boa; d m. mbers f r the com
year will include Jacob Sii gal, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Prl dn an, Mi
Mrs. Flyman Rudnick. Mrs. Raj
Rossack, Minnie Stiegletz, Rose
Cutler. Minnie Kaniur. Mr. and
Aiis. [sidor Silver. Abe liavinsky
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January 1, 1971
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,liami Jewish Organizations
Adopt Protest Resolution
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Board of Directors
lued a resolution this week condemning the arbitrary and 1
udicial acts of the Soviet Union in the trial of 11 persons, nine .
i horn are Jewish, on charges they conspired to hijack an I
World Recoils At Severity
Of Defendants' Punishment

h'iane.
Immittee Honors Two '
.i.WYORK tWNSi Dewey
one and Harry Levine were
SbtM BJ The Aflfcrican Commit-
im w /n inn Institute o
:., ii. : liy am'
r ,:.r I t'v C "It! I
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!' V'v W.-i'maun Ins'.i
.....t d'nn0*
; I, ,i by l M*fl.....th
ti -i il and p 'lit
'!"v fivJflptHJ Unite i
WANTED
SUMMER DAY
CAMP
DIRECTOR
FOI LARGE NORTH DADE
CONGREGATION. FORWARD
COMPLETE RESUME AND PKTURE.
WR'TE W.S., P.O. BOX 2973,
MIAMI, FLA. 33101.
In making the announcement, Milton Weiss, Federation
it, stated that every major Jewish organization in Greater .
k.nii, including^ those represenJed.on Jhe .Qomxruwly Relations
Ir.'.mittee. has unanimously cdopted this resolution. (Members i
\'.:c Community Relations Committee include the Greater Miami
. i| Fedeiation, National Council cf Jewish Women, Anti-
[f^mation League, American Jewish Congress, American Jew-,
Committee, rtabbinical Association of Greater Miami and
b Wen Veterans.)
The resolution reads:
The abridgement of the rights cf Soviet J?ws contini
I :e other nationally and religious g oups in the Soviet
I they are not peimiited to:
maintain Jewish educational, cultural, and communal
tutions;
ly their history, language and literature;
have formal bonds with Jewish communities abroad.
The number permitted to emigrate is tragically minimal,
[r.deed. this is even a breach of the specific commitment by
mier Kosygin in December 1966 that Soviet Jews who wish
be reunited with their families abroad would be able to
eave. Jews seeking to emigrate are harassed, intimidated,
and cut off from employment. Jews have been subjected to
(louse searches, have been arrested and detained without
^mal charges, and otherwise deprived of their human rights.
The Jews of the Soviet Union, with great courage, are
Jpenly demanding religious and cultural freedom, and are
etitioning officials in the U.S.S.R. and the United Nations.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the delegates
lo the Greater Miami Conference on Soviet Jewry call upon
[he U.S. Government to do all in its power, within and out-
tide the United Nations, to obtain equal treatment for Soviet
:ws under Soviet law and make possible emigration of
Ihose wishing to do so.
Reports now reach us of the show trials of more than 31
:viet Jews in Leningrad and the death penalty demanded
ii two of the defendants, and the threat of other similar
[:1s elsewhere.. It is apparent that their purpose is to
[ntimidate those who would want to express themselves as
[lews, or wish to emigrate.
"We call upon Miami Jews to express their solidarity with
[the Jews of the Soviet Union and to protest through their
elected representatives Soviet anti-Semitism and these
abridgements cf human rights. In expressing this solidarity
vith the Jews of the Soviet Union, we call upon each com-
munity organization in Greater Miami to urge every family
emergency action, and that a report of all actions taken
each organization be sent to the American Jewish Con-
[ference on Soviet Jewry.
"It is urgent that our local communities and our national
rrganizations aive support to the American Jewish Confer-
nce on Soviet Jewrv. We commend the efforts already
lade by these organizations and especially by our young
i opte."
Con'l from I'agi" 1-A
French and Italian Communist
parties. The < omnranist Tarty
newspaper L'Hamanlte declared
that tin' extreme severity of the
verdict appeared to i>- out of
proportion to the facts.
, S>veral hunur-ui British ,J'\vs
have been dt m instrating outside
the Soviet Embassy in London
ever since the verdict was an-
nounced, and the Belgian gov-
ernment formally requested the
commutation of the death sen-
tencea as more than 1.000 per-
sons demonstrated in Brusst Is.
Clemency was also urged by the
governments < f France, Norway,
Denmark and Australia, it was
n pot ted.
Protests were registered with
the Sox let i ml assies In sevi ral
Scandinavian countries, and 40
Italian Jews carrying placards
were i n s< nt when Pope Paul VI
delivered his traditional blessing
in St. Peter's Square. In Buenos
Aires. Argentina, posters ap-
< pared nil over the i ity prob st-
Judge Upholds Miami Beach
Kosher Food Regulations
Circuit Court Judge Jack A.. Mr. Brickman arrested the gro-
?alk ruled this week that Miami cer last Novi tuber and cl
kadi lavs regulating the sale of him with violating the section re-
,,........hi products are valid, pquiring that a notice be
when both kosher and non-koshei
The suit heard by Judge Falk meats are sold in a store.
vas brought by grocery store own-1 ._,. ,, ~ ,
., Herman Solomon a Beach Kosher Food Inspector attorney. argucC that the laws are
Frank Brickman. and charge,! unconstitutional because they at-
hat the regulations were uncon- tempt to regulate rehg.ous stand-
ttitutional.
Two Art Forums To
Start The New Year
The Miami Beach Art Forum
will begin the new year with an
8 p.m. Friday. Jan. H. session at
the Washington Federal Audito-
rium. 1234 Washington Ave.. fea-
ards. and that the ordinance is too
vague, not defining kosher and
non-kosher. He asked the judge to
rrant an injunction against the
ity to prevent it fiom prosecuting
violations of the k sher ordinance,
but his request was denied.
Th- i d> based his decision on
the fact that the Miami Beach
laws, enacted in 1939. have been
upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court
turing Dade County art teacher Ln a previous test.
Byrdie King discussing "Japan,
old and New." and artist Irving
Zipkin talking on "Art Through
the Lease" subjects of interest
seen through the eyes of a painter.
A second forum will be held at
p.m. Monday. Jan. 11. in the
Miami Beach Public Library. Irm-
;ard Baker Davis, prominent art
ecturer, will present "Man <>f the
Renaissance." Both forums are un-
der the auspices Of the Miami
deach Ait Club and there is no
harge fur admission.
ing the sentences meted out and
a cable was sent to Nikolai Pod-
gorny. president of the Soviet
Union, by the Association i I
Survivors of Nazi P<
urging that the s 'licences be
commuted)
Britain'-; Chi< I R ibbi Imman-
u. l Jakobouits pBooMmed Jan, 7
as a daj of fasting and prayer
for Soviet Jews in gen, ral ind
the Leningrad 11 In particular.
The British government sent a
formal expression of conce
Moscow through the Soviet Am-
bassador to England.
Both -lewi-'i and iwn-.li-wlsh
lenders across the I'nited States
and in Canada denounced the
Soviet ecri t trial and expressed
shock and anger over t In- sever-
ity of the sentences. The Work-
men's Circle cabled Secretarj <>t
state Rogers urging him to re-
quest an emergencj session of
the I'nited Nations Commission
<>n Human Bights to protest the
trial and sentences of the Lenin-
grad .lews charged and sentenced
in violation of the I A. Charter.
New York's Mayor John V.
Lindsay Issued a proclam itii n
expressing solidarity with Soviet
Jews during Wednesday's mass
demonstration organized by the
American Jewish Congress. The
AJCongress called on all Jewish
businesses to p-rmit their em-
ployees to attend, and asked
motorists to put their headlights
on anil churches to ring their
lx 11s in unison at 1 p.m. as a
gesture of support for the ac-
cused. Special synagogue serv-
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f kni^t fkridfa^r
Friday. January 1, 1971
(sroel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
A New Spirit Sweeping Druze Villages
Tin: \\oi:n>
epitom new spirit wh
va. ping the i lllagos o!
Isroi ri "We
wint to be like
I n il
lik the Ar -
11 :s leadint
' i rcorganiz

con-
. tro! iif th'' c n-
Tnunitj and to
"w emergence of a new group ol
rticulate, intellectual and |
illy conscious youth, who
"
Thi I uz ai a M I
ivho
There arc about
M rl.11 '- '''"' "'
th m in Sj ia, a i it 100, 00 in
. tbout 33,1 00 in Isi
Thi > live in IT vil til in the
,,1 and subjugated
by the M isli i v s, the Druzes
ted Israel in its struggle
n i d now s ve
in th army. The growth In
thi ir population is a reflection
their v istlj improved ec inomic
c ilturnl and social conditions in
the p st tv, i dec des Yet they are
nt. Th > are .....
II t ci ugh.
:: i
- i D from the
. I
r is to be found in
: ai
, n(] ;1! : ;n Israel, b it
-; ol iia'in go to Arab scho Is
where the attitude towards th
:s not always friendly. They have
i high scho '1- of their own. Fur-
thermore there i re only about 100
Druzes studying at university lev-
el, if this is because their educa-
tional standard is below thai r -
quired for entrance to universitj
It is is irrj commentary on the
kind of education the} are
on the secondary school level, he
added,
One ol the emerging young
ers ol the co unity, Kern I Man-
,r, was roc y r, icd > P
'. Ms
Kemal.....
'
. ids anot
,i- k-ersificat
,1 ..ii- and more
i industry must be devel-
oped as in the kibbutzim. He
ts out that tht 130.000 Druzes
in the United states would be
willing to Invest in Industrial en-
terprises among the Druzes if giv-
en the same kind of econo nlc In-
due -menta which are offered to
jc vs to encourage investment In
t Development Areas.
Most observe! agn e that some-
thing must be done. Young Druzes
rctui : om their three >
> rvice no longer find
their place in the narrow, patri-
societ) the
Th e ho ol
,i 1 v -' >b-
I
i
sin
I ..
The l' izes have long Ebught
the .! I i nistrative classificati i
whU h put them in the h inds
the '. e oi the go*
, i nment. And thej arc now handled
by the usual government offi -
like Jews, r**s i- b
made.
In 1948 there were only 8 \
} .,. tea< hers. Today there
v o but i nei d for tw Ice as m
From Rothschild sources has come
a fund to provide university schol-
arships for Druze ex-soldiers A
joint Druze-Jewish committee hi-
b,. n set up to i ncourage high
education in the Druze i
Ity. And ill the Isra '1 I
Fund of th United J
Vppeal will I

that V J-A fui

DAmiNi JtRUSAltM
By Eliahu Scipeter
Will The Heal 'Dayan Plan* Please Stand Up?
(MEFEN'SE MINISTER Moshe Dayan and the
more famous ol the Hassidic sages have some-
thing in common: they have their faithful who
busily interpret their sayings and admonitions. Thus
then are almost as many Interpretations of each
pronouncemi nl as there arc disciples, and spelling
out the thought In detail can be delayed until events
make correct assessment more likely. There is
notttng deror at,T.-v in this St nemo it; It's the natu-
ral privilege oi great men.
Thus the first reports about the Defense Min-
ister's plan foi 'defusing" the Suez front came in
connection with the Washington visit of Gad
Ya ikobi, foi mer pers tant oi Mi Dayan
and now Deputj Minister of Transport under
Dayan's closest associate, Shimon Peres Mr
Yaakobi, the press here reported, met privatelj
with White House officials and told thorn about his
patron's ideas on demilitarization of the Sue/ are ,
making it possible to reopen the Canal for interna-
tional shipping.
Later versions of the "Dayan Plan" called foi
a "thinning out" of forces along both sides of the
Canal. Still others included complete Israel and
Egyptian withdrawal lor 10 to 20 miles on each
side, the hostile forces to be replaced In I'.N

BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
The Coming Destruction Of Israel'
A s.M MX. electrifying Ixxik Mas boon written bj
Myrorn S. Kaufman The Coming Destruction of
Isr-.wl (Signet from New American Library. $1.00. i
Rarely can one find so much said so well in so few
pages. Every phase of the Middle
|. East problems is covered.
Our mass media Ignored the fact
that the Egyptian mobilization in
1967 was related to Soviet strat-
egy. The si\ Soviet air-force bases
In southern Egypt were placed
there for a more sinister purpose
than defending the Aswan Dam.
Th.-v are there to facilitate a take*
ov.-r of the Arabian penninsjula, the heartland of
Arab oil reserves hv the So\ el sat illites.
The .American oil Companies, who are viciously
anti-Isr.iol. are unaware that their investment in
"black gold" i- imperiled by Russia and not by
Arab hostility to Israel. Thi greater the encroach-
ment of thi Soviet into the area, the more pre-
carious is tin position of American Interests ir-. the
Middle East.
One of Kaufman's statistics prompted a little
research which revealed the following population
figures for Jerusalem, all culled from the Encyclo-
pedia Brittanica, Ch ind Collier.-. In l!ul>
then were 40,0 0 Jews, 13,000 Christians and ".000
Moslems in the city. In 1922, there were 34,000
.lews. 15,000 Chriatl hm and 13,000 Moslems. In 1939,
80.8B0 Jews, 27,000 Christiana and 26000 Moslems.
In 1944, 97.000 Jews, 3l,oo0 Christians and 29,100
Moslems. These figures n move any lingering doubt
as U> who constituted the majority.
The ftglires also show that the Moslems re-
turned to Palestine ArTKH the Jews lvbuUt the
cities ajid drained the swamps. Prior to the advent
of the Jew- in large numbers commencing almost
103 year- ago, Arabsemigrati i from Palestine. Mark
Twain, who visited the Holy Land in 1865, wrote i"
his "Innocents Abroad": "One may ride ten miles
hereabouts and not see ten human beings."
In 1947, the Jews were a majority in the hall
of Palestine allotted to it b> the U.X. The Quakers
and its American Friends Society advocate a policy
of "no sales to Israel," and nvnith the propaganda
and lies of Nasser, Hussein & Co. They ignore Nas-
ser's interview with a Swiss newspaper in which he
is quoted as saying "If the Arabs return to Israel.
Israel will cease, to exist," and the statement of
the former Lebanese .premier, al-Yafi, who said.
"The day of the realization of the Arab hope for the
return of the refugees to Palestine me,in- a liquida-
tion ol Israel."
The black- who embrace islam and are pro.
Ai ib either do not know or care about the fact thai
Sudan attained independence in 1959, it waged
vv.ii- again i its Negroes In the south The in re-
pot Is thai 100.000 Sudanese Negroi s fled to Uganda,
Congo : Cambia and that more than 300,000 were
murdered bj the Sudai
In 1047 and 1948, we read Russ i i i >rted the
emerging Jewish state and Gromyko pleaded the
Israeli cause in the Security Council while accusing
the Ai i ol suppressing the Jews' liberation move-
ment ii you lead the book and memorize the facts,
you can discuss the crisis In the Middle Seat Intel-
ligently. Myron Kaufman has presented us with u
brilliant perspective.
it i- terrifying hut, we hope ami paay, not
prophetic. |
ps or by Soviet ind Amei l< n peaci -ke p
forces,
Mr. Dayan himself in B speech in Haifa
l irmly Justified Israel's participation in the Jarring
talks and warned that il Israel wants peace with
her neighbors, she will have to jump and swim in
some very cold water. This was widely (and prob-
ably quite correctly) interpreted as an outright
advocacy of Israel's return to the Jarring talks, in
which six- suspended participation because ot
Egypt's constant and ongoing violations of the
cease-fire. On the day Premier Golda Meir returned
from the United States, she insisted that I full rec-
tification of the missile violation- was a firm pre-
condition of Israel's renewed attendance of the
Jarring peace talks. Mr. Khan, who stayed In-hind
In the States, waa still repeating this lino when
news of Mr, Dayan's speech reached him.
Facing furious criticism, Mr. Dayan somewhat
lamely explained that what he meant in Haifa w.i-
to justify the original government decision to go
to the talks, not the unconditional return to them
But in iiis later spnafhrn. he made his bask idea
quite clear again: unless there was a resumption
of talks with the Egyptians before the present
cease-fire extension expires >n Feb. 5, Cairo would
probably feel obliged to resume shooting. Israel w.
not afraid of the Egyptians, but of the shooting
She could not Ram from the renewal of hostility
and therefore he (Dayan I wanted to do all he could ,
to prevent more casualties,
in an amaxmg display ol Mr Dayan's mftaenct
the above argument waa echoed, within a few days-,
by more and more Cabinet members, including hi<
arch competitor Deputy Prime Minister Yigal Allo-.i
and. within a fortnight, by Mrs Meir herself. She
insisted, ai the same time, that she never heard of a
"Dayan Plan." therefore, she could not aaaaw
newsman's quesiiqns whether Mr, Dayan would
present such a plan m his forthcoming visit to
Washington
While Hi.- faithful were again busy explaining
what is and what is not Dayan's plan, its concept
became quite clear: since complete Israel withdrawal
from every inch of territory occupied in June 1967.
as demanded by the Aram, was just as cnlikel;.
ai Arab accession to full and normal peace with
Israel, a- 6V mantled by Jerusalem, m interim solu-
tion providing something less than complete with-
drawal for somi thing less than complete v-<''
should be sought.
Thinning out ol Israel and Egyptian forces on
both les ol the Sue/ Canal could !* the first step
in that d rection, but it should be part of a new
re igreement to be worked out with the
Egyptians prior to Israel's renewed participation in
the Jarring talks. Mr. Dayan told a television In-
terviewer, lie indicated that such a new cases fire
should be one ol Israel's pre-conditions for the r> -
sumption ol talks Whether this should be an ulti-
mate or a negotiable pre-coaditloa was not clear,
and he declined to say what the other pro-conditions
should be.
It was again up to the faithful to interpret the
"words ol the rabbi." But this time, apparently, he
has spelled out his ideas to his Cabinet colleague-.
I so it is likely that they will soon be reflected In
I official Israel government policy.
iii
.101
9l|


January 1, 1971
-- Htflflft norlctki^
Paae 15-A
IEGAI NOTICE
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTiCE
'E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
INO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70.425?
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
Esi.it. o:
Pi ibcllo
^t < ', ditors ami ah Persons 11 iv-
in nr I ''Hi i nds Aifainsl Bald
hereby not Ifled and re-
i,. present any riaims and de-
ii you ma} have against
Of T'"\y MciltKi I..
i i.. [he i Yiunti Jud|
and file the ss i
,i. mid as provided in Section
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVILACTION
No. 69.?1140
SUIT FOR LIEN FORECLOSURE
KIN'! I- KM K i MIAMI. [NT.,
a Florida < orporalion,
I'luintirr.
EDWARD GRAHERT and
' 'I IVE Ri iSK GRAHERT.
a i. a i 'I l\ IA SHEPPARD In- wife,
11. i
'!'.' im i t ft Olive
I >..-rl
a k a Olivia Sheppard, hin wife,
Vou, EDWARD GRARERT AM'
Florida Statutes, in their of- OLIVE ItOSK GRAHERT are her.
III!
noli,
llsl
I
the County Courthouae in
Floi 'l.i. Wltl BlJ
me ..f the
:-. n hereof, or the s.iine
ed
|i. i ;, \ilaitu Florida,
. mher, a i 1ST
JEAN M< >i:i:i i 11
Ai Administratrix
publication .if tins
|> ember
|J> iN \ I K' ,'IH'K
for Administratrix
Ftagler si Miami. P i
12 23 l I IS
xOTlCfc OF MOTION
THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
ItE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 70.?3r71
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ll'S .- TA \ l.i >H,
[
ii' i M iKCRA TAYI.I iR,
KK.IK'i NOKI l: \ TAYlJOR
' .. l '.
Shi
Kei in. 242
|{| KO XI IKI'II V TA1 I >H
tifled thai a i
for II bei
B : you ind you are reqult
. |.. u \ i i- or
. I i .imi.:
i ENCHL A
ph'llN. I"" N ^ lth A\ enue,
Miami. Florida 3SI3fi nnd
|| A i-er or Pleading
.iff.....i tlli i : ri. '! the Clr-
m r befon Ihi !9th day
I i 1971 If you fall l" do no,
, ni hj default III be taken
\ ..ii foi Ih. i liff <1> lilninl. k. loii of Com ilalnl
... fhall be published once
,. -..ni mm ei uth week*
HE 'a ish n oRiniAN
IB ^ M> ORDERED at Miami.
a. tins :'lst day of Dec. mbi r,
I'.T'i
r. I.EATHERM w Clerk,
[i Court, Dade County, Florida
By MARGCERITE KENT
l t>ut> Clerk
i Cm S. ri i
wKiKKs i'i- ENGEL and
ii.M PERN
w With Avenue, suit.- iT-s
. Florida
12 25 1 1-8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
)F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
kDfc COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No.70-23096
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
pARINE K SHEW..
Untlff,
vu
IONTJ T 8HB1L.
ii'la at.
LAYMOND T. SIII'.ll.
i .. \ it iiritsT
M Sew sir. et
Hi de) .a Thara.
IxfordsMre, BNi n AND
. RAYMOND T SHKIL. are
fled that a Kill ,.f Corn-
ier Divorce bus been filed
st you, .i.nl you .iir ri quli lo
opy >>f > our A m\' r i-r
llin: to rta Hill ( Complaint on
ey, Kl'RT
L|.IS'*H !.; \iln, hi Avenue,
lia*>|cn, Plorida I ind file
-,i.-r or Pleading in
Ifftbw of il.- 'l. ;, of Ihe i Ircull
.,r before thi th day of
: li you fall lo .1" so,
bun.' .l,y (Iqfault will be taken
you foj" ihe relb f di n
Hill "f Comnlalnt.
a Rill ..t Cnmola
wnre ban I.....i
in
fil. !
i that
Men For
.11'.I 1 I'- < II <>ll
l.i.t :: r.i. 1, 61 of BCOTT I AKE
M A\i ill, Be. ti. a '. i
Ihe plal thereof, a> recorded In
pi ,i Rook S3, paaje 117 of the
Public l;.. ..UK of Pnde County,
Florida: cmmonlj k own as 170-
|n jif.w 14th a ii. Miami,
Florida
and >>mi are re of yi'Uf Answer or Pleading lo thi
ran" of Complaint on the Plalntifff
attorney, tiBonOE OII.BBIIT ANH
KENNETH N ReKANT, Sun. 9 .
I.l......In Rd r.'.'b: Mann Beach, Mi
Tel Nn 5 II i file thi orlgl-
il A:- er Pli Rdlng In tl.....ffii i
..i Tin- Clerk of :' Circuit Court on
i ...., ihe .. 'I da) of J
1971 H you fall t 'I...... ludgn
defaull I gainst you foi
Ihe r. ;.. il. mandi ,1 In the 11111
This no! shall hi in- hi I
fout utlve wei -
In THE JEW ISH Fl I HUMAN
[MINE \M' DIIOEKED al Ml
Florida this ITlh da) of I.....ni i
'' i: ': ir VTHBRM VN, Clerk,
mil a i iadi 'oui I) Floi da
[Ij ;> i i.M \ S
iicput) Clei
HI'., illi IE III I.HEIIT AM'
KENNETH S ReKANT
s.i .. .... Lincoln IM Blag.
Miami Beach. 1
v .:,,. for plaintiff ,..,..,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
> tVTICK IS HBRBin I'lVBN
the undersign..... ". "irli to
lu-nn-s under the fictitious
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
\' ITICE l> HEREBY OIVB.N thai
I u. ..t i hauler 678 Fli n da
mi. Annotated (19411 Ware-
and Wnrehouse Ri
ABB V w i.lN i:s ., Fior-
t -i .i 11- ti by virtue ol Its ware-
i. use Hen has in its poasef Ion tin
,. u deecrlni .1 propel ly.
I '-.,-.1 Housel Ids as thi pri ipei I j
f MRS INEZ VI. "IM 11..a iv
nown address was < o Mrs.
I. Pa) ne l-'."l V U 27th A \ Miami,
v W 204th SI "arol
Cliy M i 'Ii da and thai on Ihe
1.1th ilny .a January, ll'Tl during the
legal hours of sale, mainly between
I a foi....... i gnd 2..... In the after-
noon Hi 21 a. V \\ 24th Ai an Ml
ami, Florida Ihe undersigned shall
off< r foi h ill lo Ihe highest bidder
-.1 .i -ii in hand ihe above desi rlbed
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTII I-: IS HERBin OIVEN lhal
' u Ii .1. desiring to ei
in l.usiin undei I > i fli
..f STAMIA I. KAKAKIN, O.V.H
at 703 s w 87th Ay nue, Mi
Florida Intends to registei said ni
with the Clerk of the Clrcull '
i.i i lade i 'ouiit). Florida
ST VNI BV I. ZAKARIN, P A
BENNETT (1 FEI.OMAN, ESQ
Attorne) foi Stanle)
602 i 'om'ord I lufldlng
i... \\. -i Flagli r si .-.
Miami. Fl
I'll.a.. :7
Zakarii P \
.
XI
......ly ..f MRS INEZ NICHOLSON
i'it,.i in Mian.. Florida, tins 22nd
da) "f l>e. .nil..r. 1970.
Il' 25 1 1
\i
1
in
ii
of II J
801 N W
tend t"
Clerk of
DIBCIH'NT ItECOnDS tl
:. 411 > si Mam Florida h
register said n ime itb the
Ihe Cin mi Court "' I adi
leth
r,,n iiy. Florida
Dated al Miann. Florida, tins
da) ..I I lecemln r I9T0
CHARLES BROWN
WILUAMJRNK1N, JR.
I "f>-..\\ in is
AHTiiri: XV KARUCK
Attorney f..r applicant
u:.4 N \\ 17th Ay, UM
Miami. Florida .. : j
NOI IlE 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
NATIVII'AI' PEREZ
a k a NatB Idad Jeaus
Plaintiff,
ANDRRC ADRIAN PBRBZ,
I i.-f. ndant. .....
TO' ANDRES ADRIAN PEREZ
i>i;,-. Apartmeni 601
ll;i\ ana. Cuba .......
Ton ANDRES ADRIAN HKKl,/..
nr,. hereby notified thai a Bill
Complain) for Dlvorci ha be.
aganis. you. and you are reo,u
to serve a eopi ?, >''Ur. *""*;? Z
Pleading to the Hill of ,"":';:',",, '
the l-laintift s attorney, '' ,s.',- v,,
Ai.|.|:l'-ll of CRIBTtJL. ROSE AMI
M Did.-II. 21 North Baal Fli ^
Ida, I s A.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICB IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
undersign) il, di siring lo ei gage
business under the fictitious name
CREATIVE PACKAQINO, INC Rl
kn N.Vi Eighth Street, Miami. Florida
Intend i" register said name with the
Clerk .a Ihe Circuit Court of 1 >adi
I : rnl.i
ALLEN I ISCHER
ill VRLES EVERETT
RON AI l> SYMONS
i I'.i: i. MACK) >I*L
\ i ,iey for ) > anon
.: : luilu -;
.....
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4117
BECK IE i oRIKiN
1. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I \;i Credll i Ml Pel
Claim Bemunda A| -' Said
v ai are 1 ri nuir-
,.,1 | pi .1 di n. nils
I, M in. > i,..\ l tin es-
. UBi'KI !' I '' "il IN n i rsi l
!. Count) Florida, lo thi
Count) Judges ol 11. i ly, and
ti!,. ih mi dupl e and at pi o-
. sect Florida Slat-
,:., .. n, their offices In tin 'ount)
Courthouse I) L>ade County. Florida,
wlihln >i\ calendar months from the
.. i the first publication ii.....f,
i Rame ill i arred,
11 ,.i ,i Miami, Florida, Ihls 4th
da) of Dec) ml., i A I 1970
JI'IHTH ROBINSON
As EX. utrix
publli atlon ..f Ihls nol nn
the nih day of Decemlx r,
BERN HID II .1 \l-'l'i: TOBI.N
% vii .i.m'ci:
v rney foi EXECCTRIX
Id.. pi.ii, .le Leon Blvd.
Coral i tables, Floriiia
I I2'1I-18-2.. 1 '1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
liTH E IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo .
i.n under the fictitious mi
of ESSEX HOCSE HOTEL AND
APARTMENTS al ln| Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida Inti ids lo
register said nume .wtii Ihe Clerk
nf tin Cin ull ('i m i .a l lade I 'ount) .
Florida
I I"/.' IM
By: si i\ la Sirelch,
ENtll.ANDER BCRNETT
1 I.in. .-In Road IEulldlug
Sllaml Beach Florida
v rneya for I.. om, lin
INC
l..i i
, M.I. lit
1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4274
JUDGE BLANTON
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS
h RE i: late !
BRIIMiBT BACINSKAS
I li
To All I and All Person* Hin
or l mi ml \. i s.i id
bstati
you are hi h) notlfli .1 and re-
quired ti ',n'' ''' "
manda which you may have against
.....,..,. ,., i...ii".i.l' HACINSK vs
,i------1seil 1 le o( Dade u
IS Florida, lo thi IN unt) Judgi f ol
Count) d fib thi same In
duplli ate and h pro\ ided In Sei lion
; || i, pin |il i stntuti In their i t
f,,., ii ihi Count) '' iui ll use In
DaOe County. Florida, withm 'x cab
i,ir '
firm nubll i eol, or the sam
H ill he Kin. I lv ,
I xili .1 al Miami. Florida, this Istli
day .: I......ml., r. A |i l7
.nHIN V BACINSKAS
\s Administrator
I Fli'' publlcai......i ihls 'i "Tl
I the "tb day of Dew mber, 1970.
HENRY M ^ AITZKIN
Attorney for Admlnlatrator
74'i-7isi Street
Miami Beach, Florid* M141 ^ 8 15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS IIKIIEBY lilVKN H
Ihe undei
bu n
Tl 'CRIST HAZETTE P O II
Ml ml Flo mil I
il inn- null il Cli-i
Ihi i 'In ull i' nn .a l..
da
CEI BSTINl I OPBZ
Ji iSE I.' IPEZ
I 1-v-l
NOI ICt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TK1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD*
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No /0.?34(W
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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S'l\ er Spring Ms i
You RCDY \ V'Hil, an
unllfleil that a Bill of I
l>ivori*e lias I.--. ii flli-il agajnsl >
a inI you an required I servi a co
..f your Al i\er or Pleading lo i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3797
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|. RE i.-tale of
KEI I'M HARDING SMITH
11,...,-., d
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inf claims or LKmands Againal Bald
Eetati
You are hereby notified and re-
quired ti present any claims nnd le-
I mainly which vu may have against
thi estate of KEITH HARDING
SMITH .1......a-..I late of Dade Coun-
ts Florida, '.. the County Judgi i I
Dadi County, and file thi sam< In
,lUpl i ., pros Idi .1 In I
: r ., s tatutes. In Ihi
he C unt) '' in thi u In
HOTICfc UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (UN EN II al
tl. undersigned, desiring to ngagi
l buslnesy under the fl'<^?.,"m'
,.f INTERNATIONAL DI\ ER8IFIED
INDLTSTRIES al P.O. Box 604, Rui n
V.sia Station, .Mian,, Fla 33127 Intend
In register said name with the 'l'ik
of Hie Circuit Court of Dad* County,
Florida.
s..l w. Me) erson
Bel m a Me) erson
SIDNEY BFRI INSON
\ii,,i in \ for applicant
..I- Alnsley Building
Miami, Fla ,. g.,-
Pa*. tins- 2Ts- da) t Deei mis i

I BATHBRMAN, Cli
|Ul| i ..ii" ) Hide I >nunt) Florida
H>. C V >PBI AND
li. out) "lerk
uTCDuri seal)
IT WB1 I ISI 'II.
i An nu.'
J.iM. s. Floj
y for Plaintiff HI M92
12,25 1/1-8-1
ICONSTI i JTIVE SERVICE
(Nu PROPERTY)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
)F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
Mo. 70-2?3O9
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
pl'il IIOMBA MONTA8,
n t iff,
|A MKIUSIKK M'l.VTAS.
ida ii I
J.I'I'IA MKIUSIKK MONTA8
o Aitaj-ia, a Augusta
l*M 7iii Avenue. Apt "3
>icw York, :. N v
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action for Divorce lias bean
|iir.iinst you anil y.u arc ra-
le wrva a copy of your in -
ef.m. K If any. to it on HAROl.P
I. KHO. attorney for plaintiff.
address is 1710 w Plaglei
Mtairt. Flnri'la ISI SB, ami file
priKln.il with Hie clerk of the
stvl.-.l i.iurl on or before Jsnu-
IMl: oth.rv.lsc n default will
erwi agulnst you for the relief
'ed In the complaint or petition
IB88 my hand and the seal of
Hurt at Miami Florida on Inla
of re< ember. 1970.
K H LOATH ERM AN,
As Clerk, Clrcull Court
I aide County. Florida
Iiy: C P. UH'KUND
As Deputy Clerk
Court Seal)
I> CBASE. ESQ.
St Flagler Street
Florida 33135
1S/U-U-S6 1/1
das
Florida. Ihls '""i
A '' B*B L.BATHERM VN I
1 ClreUil COUI "''' "'"Un
B, MARIMTKRITE KENT
I.. i
(Clrcull cur' Seal)
(JASPAB B AI.DIUCH
Crlstol, Rose nnd Aldrlch
Korth Baal Plml Axenue
I Miami. Kim Ida
I iade Count) Florida, within six rnl-
from tl" tiiv
Hi
i th. L'"Hi i. ill I '
II 1, ii fall '" 'i
lai ling L. smith
\- Administrator
Kir-1 publli atlon .a
I da) ol I loci mber, 19*11
IBROME WOI I'S.'N
Attorn, v nn Harding I. Sm In
i ,i. li11 on Ave
s iv ri Spi ii gs Mai> land
and'nie'th. Pa! -;; ;:* l';-'i -'" month iron, Hi. I m. of
Mfin Ih5 "' Clerk of th. Orsl public, on her.
...;l;,"' .:> d-'faui; wUlbe lak.n day of 1.....nb.r AD. 1
Safnsl you for thi
in the Hill of Comp
. :. U. shall la publ shed nee This nol.....' wjJ*J"*** ,, '
.. .;. rout ii ecutlv. weeki 1. Week foi foui ""'-'",' V. u
IE .IKW'SH FIORIDIAN In THE JEWISH !lli-1'"'
S'E \..i. i ilci I'.KI-I' nl Mlnm DUNE AND i'Hl
..t Mlam .
> 11.... ini- i
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 70-1860
FRANK B DOWl-ING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE B< late "
ROSE FINKELSTE1N
I .IS'''! ,
To UI Cr. I All Pel III"
' ,. i-i limn i- D> manda Against SuUl
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HILDA QCIRl >OA
Plaintiff,
CARLO*. ROBERTO QUIROOA,
TO^CARLsVs ROBERTO QI'IROOA
:.....si John's Place, Apt, 1-1
HrookH ii, New "i ork ,.,,,. ,
You, CAKl/'S ROBERTO Ql H'-'" <
are hereby notified thai ;
Complain! for Divorce l
Hill Of
n filed
against you, and vu are required to
USrv- copy of your Anawar oi
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
plaintiff* aif.nny. ABRAHAM
th.
Flagler St., Mi-
nis the ortglna
LEVlNSi'V. 7S9 W
ami, Florida and
Answer or Pleading in hs office ..r
,i. Clerk ol the Circuit I ouri on or
before the *9th da) of January, iWi.
If vou Mil to do s... judgment b| de-
fault will be taken anaiist you tor
the relief demanded In the Bill of
^Thl-'noUce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
Tl I'. JEWISH KM >KH> IAN,
DONE AND ORDERED
Florida, tins- Hat day of
A 1> 1"
it Miami.
I '. mber.
B H LEATHKR.MAV. Clef*.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By MAROUBRITB KK.vT
Deputy Clerk '
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ ^ g
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22962
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IBRMAN GARCIA,
P .Miff
MAR) \ MONSERRAT
. i. .-,. v I I./. GARCIA,
its nl
Ti MARl \ MONSERRAT
,:. v.: \l BZ GARCIA
Kox Street Vpnrl !-C
Bronx ''. N.u lot i v v
V. MARIA MONSERRAT OON-
7 \ i BZ I' v RC1 \, are In reby notll i d
, Bill of Ci-molaint for Dlvol
has hi en fib 'I agalnsl y\i. a id you
-, qulr. .1 to serve a i ny your
\ wer or Pleadlns to the Bill of
i -. mnlalni on ihe Plalntlfl .....
.; \ \R H Al I'I'.ICII. .. CKISTi'l.
ROSE AI.MIICII. 'JI V K Plrsl
\ nue Miami. Florida MIS1 and rils
ti.....glnal Answer or Pleadli t In
the office of Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court .'II nr before the L'Hth da) ''
Jattuary, 1971, if >"U fall '" ''" ""
ludgmenl hy defaull "ill be taken
agalnsl > ni for the relief demanded in
ih. Rill of Complaint,
This noii,. -), ill he published oni s
.-,. li week for four con.....utlv. weeks
In thu JEWISH Fl ORID1 w
is INK \ VI' ORI lERED al !
Florida tins 17th day of December
* 1> I'.T"
K i: LTSATHBRMAN, n. rk
Circuit Court. Dade Count v.-Florida
By: M UiaCERfTE KENT
Deputy Clerk
fClrCUlt Court S, nl i
GA8PAR ALOIUCH
CRIST.)!.. HUSK* A I HHICII
INK FIRST AVKNI K.
Miami. Klori.lH Fla. Mill
Attorneys fur Plaintiff ,,_
and
nnd
.
list
log I'l.'.ir.-
1'.state:
^ .., :,.,. In .-. I v
.inn. l in present ma
mands which > u m] ,':;., r v
stnte of HOSE I v.. I.l STM>
late ol Dade
ll,,. i -, ut i v Judges "i
file ii,, same in
. .. ,1 n :-'
. ir ol
th
, .1
ty. Florida, t.
Dade County.
dUlllli al.
Plorida
and
>- pn
Sla lutes.
'
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI~
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23:56
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARITA AIIRBI' HERD!
Plaintiff,
\ s
RENAT" BERDCT,
I lefendnnl
Tl BENATI IIEHDl'T
Ebm :.'. -I Pnntiho
R|o PI, drns, Puerto
You RENATtl UEHDl'T nr. hi
h) notified thai a Bill ol Complai
for ley..r.-. has been filed agah
you, and j 'ii are required t.. set
a cop) ol j oui An-. er nt Pli ..Inn;
111, lllll of i i.innlaint n '! P I
Hfrs BttOI : s. BFRI 'VS' 'V ^ II -
MAN, -' An.-', i llulldlng. I NE
1 .\ye Mi.inn. Florida JSI32 and I I
th.....iuinal Knswer or Pleading
Fehruarv, 1!71 If vou fall lo do
Ihe offii ol the Clerk of ihe Clrci
Court i or before Ihi Is) da)
ludgmenl hy default will he tai,
an.....hi i-nu for thi ri liel demand
in Ihe Bill of Comnlainl
, This nol..... shall be published nt -
eai li wei ', for four consecutive we.
in THE JEWISH FLOHIDI VN
In i\ E V VI' i IRDEISBP ''
Florida .tins 24th daj of Dec.
AD. I
i: |: LEA THERM AN lerk
i 'n. ull 'ourt, 11..'i. c in < > Fl
II] i i- > ."I-1 \ v i
I leput) l
ii- uit Court 8, al I
EFRi >NSi >N .y- l.l'I'MA.v
Bulldina
Miami. Florida I
i.i Plaintiff
-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH'.
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N,-. 70-"
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1AM U ARREN I'll' IMPSI IN,
.. i.\ v PATRIC1 \ TH' PS ,N
i i ulai
Marilyn Pali
, .. Fl i) P. !
, ". R
Sllvit S|
^..ll MARILYN PATRICI V TIH
si v .'.'. a I
,., mpl dm for DH
jou, nn.l 'i.
'
!
Florida statutes. '<"" i ulntnl I
., the County '.'"' use in ,,,,,, vk vMt>M ft PATH I.
Dade County. Florida, with.n six cal- ,. m| ihStreel i
, ,,; months from the time > i"
.,,.., publication hereof, or me sam ; r .,, ..,, ,,,- ,i ,, of tl
th


. | im I
Dated al Miami. I lorid i.
^"^^m'vi'-vkivk'
As Administrator
Kirst publical
Ihe 25th day of Oeeemhet
im [ACI RSI IN .>i I l '" K
py for Admlnlsl
Easl Flagler Stre. I
Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HERBIO Gl\ EN "' '
he undersigned, desiring lo
. i. ..... under the rictltlous name
,,, ..'I'.K'l'A PREMICM FINANt Eat
-52 \\ Flagler Street,
, ,..T mtends lo r. glste
with the Clerk of the l Ircull
f Dade fnun'v Hlo lUv
1/1-8-16 22
.
fall
W III
it. f fl -

shall he I ,.n .
r four IIS. ul '^
,-,i ...it i '.ui I "'I or
day of Fehruarj I
H nn nt b) .1. fllUl t
- u r the
i in tin- i
Thi
each
in
Miami
, -anl
Fla
name
Court
I'll H .1 EM ISH Hi IIHDIA
ii s K AND i IRDBREI al Mint
Florida, tins ZJrd da) i ml '
a i' i7n
K i: i BATHBRMAN, I
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid'.
By: '' l' 'i PRI VND
l'. pul y Cli
(Cin ull i '..in i s.
P. .1.1 Ai'K. M'i'i'M \ PATH
17 "I Northw esl T'.'i Sir. el
.\ii.urn Florida
l i -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
rims ess under the^"'".J?!
TiTKISM AND IMIBRCB al
|>.i BOX JS82. M'ami. Ha SS101 in-
tend lo reglater said name with the
CTerk of the Circuit Curt ol Dt4
,""u"> ceHestino TXIPEa
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICE IS HERBin GIVEN II
Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engaa
in business under the fictitious nan*
of ESSEN GAR1 MAS .ii I'.tl I'-
ll,ni. South Miami, Floi da I fl*
regiat. r said name w Ith ihe '
of th. Cn.uit Court of l'.ni. Count
Florida.
UVANDOT l'lu'1'Ki: rn :s. INC
By: l-A an i '1st. r, Pi esltlenl
EVAN ni.sTHIl
Attorney for aipli. am
IM Box M"'l
South .Miami, Fla. Ml43
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re wish Flor idian
Florida Friday, January 1, 1971
Section B
ockslide Kills 14
lln Border Camp
|i:, SPECIAL RKPORT
Lhat en nilfi I
iv i --. c imp. Hing al
tld -. Wi dnes-
lowed
i return to the inJii
betwe n Jordan.
ul Israel under Dr. Gun-
scue teams from the Hista-
\ v Hospital in
k eba d the South Fl w-
I Center were ah"-
Id to ;u I In the rescue work
I amp located near the
mian frontier.
Teko li. this nation's mi-
i: | r to the United N itions,
[:\. r| i -; nrrhnrte Instrueti ins
Premier lda Meir prior i i
turn to U.N. headquarters
, a York where he will
form illy notify V Thant, the
l fnit 'd N itio Si
I ngness to
: the iv.'.; >l. ons thi
I ring.
Fon ign M nisi i
Rban. in in Ij -w led b] ist
. President S
the United Ar i i Rep iblic'a
threat to resu ifter the
ex| Ir itl in of the ext nsion of
the cease-fire Feb 5 ;' irtner
reduced hope for real progress.
Mr. Eban also said it was de-
sirable for the peace talks t >
n sume on the foreign minister
level, ppeferabiv away from U.N.
headquarters and New York.
On the borders, quiet returned
after a eriea of IneVktnta which
included Syrian shelling Into the
occupied Golan Heights. Jordani-
an rockel attacks and Lebanes -
based commando infiltrations
into Israel.
luprcme Court Hears
The Defense Appeal
Leningrad 11, Relatives
Sin and Pray In Court
'i i-.L AVIV iJTA Acc ird-
ing to a i eport in the n >wsp ipi r
i*edtot Achronot, Anatoli Ak-
in.m. one vii the ll deiendants in
the Leningrad trial, was
by the court ;t he had anything
to say before sentence was pro-
nounced. l w ish i i send fr >m
i his courti i >m (hanukah greet-
ings to all my brethren in Is-
he replied.
The Israeli newspaper w i
to haw received a report on the
di imatic final minutes of the
trial by telephone from Moscow.
The sourci. an unidentified Mos-
cow Jew. reported thai when
Altman made his statement, all
oof the other accused and their
relatives who were in the court-
room stood up and sang "Am
Israel Chai" and recited the
prayer, "Sherr.a Israel" before
being silenced by the guards on
onlers fro-n the bench.__________
Kahlii Jolt Speaker
"In One Year Out Another
1971: Prospect and Retrospect" is
the topic Kabbi Harry Jolt will
discuss at Tuesday's 10 a.m. Forte
Forum in the 1200 West Aw. Au-
ditorium. Rabbi Jolt has been
in the active rabbinate 40 years.
Nearly 12.000 persons attended the Chanukah Festival for
Israel sponsored by the Israel Bond Organization at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall last Sunday night. Shown
discussing the program are Michael litvek, director of the
Israel Bend Organization; Ralph Renick, WTVJ vice presi-
dent and news director, who was one of the program head-
liners, and James M. Albert, chairman of the Israel Bond
Oiganization.
Articles Of Judaica Loaned To Library
An unusual aspect of the library
of Temple Or Olom is its Judaica
Museum. The exhibits in the Mu-
seum are changed periodically. The
articles on display are loaned to
the Temple by members of its
Congregation.
The Museum is presently ex-
h U-.|t I no i I1*'1! OAntnrv r*in*"h
Menorah, loaned by Mrs Frances
Martin, and a 17th century bras*
Persian c"! anukah Menorah loai I
by Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Teichra i
Templi presidi nt is Dr. Si nl <,
Elder; Sisterhood president is Mrs
Herbert Seltman; president is S i
Kessler. Spiritual leader of the
By SPECIAL REPORT
ei > ~> Court
,1 of thi
: g nine
v.as to
The Soviet Su-
hear I the defense
"Leningi ad 11" in-
Jcws, Wednes 11}
hear the pros ?u
s presentment IT.a: day. The
ol the hearing, which
.. \ takes .a least a m >nth
eaehi th< Sup
tot. was tn unexpected d< -
,i In R i i's c ise
i to have
to bij tck a S .. -i
' i-' K i
,m n.C, iv an-
thai I lean
tn top of-
i i| th Unil i States
ernment to discuss the wisdom
of a direct appeal by Pr i let I
Nixon to Soviet officials for .
stay of < xecutlon for the two
.] ws sent nee 1 t > die by the
Leningrad court after a secret
-h m ti ial."
in Jerus ik m, the Is tel g -
ernment stopped up its pres-
sure i ilnst the S I Union's
. c in : rn dI
limated
3.000.0 10 -. The L'.SS.F
i.ml : lei :"
Proti '- in Israel, the t'i
Slate [| llj :u!
thi v >i Id \<. i il
ral 1 bj
Vatican, Or il Bril i
France to the l -ath sent n
A public meeting to discuss social relations between
Israel's Jews and Arabs, held in Jerusalem recently, was
initiated by the Israel Office of the American Jewish
Committee as part of AJC's broadly-based program to
improve Jewish-Arab understanding.___________________
UHraWs
tcseph G. Ciume (second from right), executive vice president
Snd corporate director of the Brown & Williamson Tobacco
Dorp., accepts the Louis Weksler Human Relations Award
>f the American Jewish Committee's Tobacco and Allied
Industries Division from Mrs. Esther Weksler chairman of
Ihe board. Ponca Wholesale Mercantile Co.. Phoenix, at a
testimonial dinner in New York. From left are Sen. Marlow
V Cook. R.-Ky.. keynote speaker; Edwin P. Finch, president
Brown 4 Williamson, and Louis E. Seidman. vice president.
Consolidated Cigar Corp.. Division chairman.
)4ar-FrW
earaWe
Have 20\ to tO\ and mitre
shop all 9 Uurdine'* nioroH late mtutdau burdine's
Out AiMlwoUon with th. r*w' Com. m. ll ih. big bwg.ins
V%. DM l Y<*! And oo bring your Burd.n.5 crdit crd to shop nd Mv. now!


rage 2-B
Rabbi Shapiro Bet Avot
Luncheon Guest S|>eaker
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
Mfcr of Beth Kodssh Coagrega-
.-..I! fund* to build a RH Bet Avot
ipararts' haasa] In Israel. H
In it nirnpi a network of Batei
Avot thPHisjhout the Jewish si ite.
Alis. Herman Weinstein am1 Mrs.
i is KKgan art serving as res-
i-rations diilrmen for t!:.s y< n g
event.
KABBI MAX SHAPiSO

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Lee E
mm for the h h< r

nl .. bj M: s J
n, pi lent
3 :.
Zionist

T Wi
11 Mil lir>t Speaker
!m Town Ha!!' Series
Hubert II. Hum;

[town HaU
Jan. 13
; ublie,
ol Harry
Levj and Mrs, Jacob Katzman
i man la better in- i
.iirw"! on ''is country's historic
ili in the Middle Eal than Sen.
tlumphrey, who will spoak on thcl
ipic: "The Problems ol the Middle
last a Challenge. t<> World I
'-;(>." And perhaps no oihi-r man
- more qualified to discuss IVmo- j
ratic Party postures that must dpi
ccommodated in any bi-partisan
olltical action. Msunlans wishing I
) be well-informed on these sub-1
cts may obtain their tickets for'
k series at the temple.
ORT Fashion Show
Th- Miami Business and Pro-
's ionai Chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold a fashion
a( .' p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24 at
Inc. 1800
I ty :: its an i dooi p ..-. are
SS Men Admit
Mass Murders
BONN IJ I'A Two 1 :
SS men admitted in a Wiesl
court thai they participated in
th,- nus i mu J< a s at
death camp, m ar
The
two

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I to if-
th
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ti" Hoi i
It
n J
Two Is the
Buchenv I i Iratioi
.'.
: n guilt of mu
in th J M
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statute nitatio
went nto
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and Pioneer Women Dinner ol State sched-
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left; Joseph Zuckeiman and Mayshie Fried-
berg, who will serve as co-chairmen cf the
event; Dr. Leon Kronish. naticnal v.ce chair-
rr.au for Israel Bends, who will sarvs as hon-
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Morris Nswmaik, veteran leaders foi
Mce Levin who has been named chai
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7" t-nitt fhiri^H^i/i
Page 2-3
Torah Holds Gala 'Open House'
|orah Dny S.-h ">1 whi.-h memo rship ot Temple Beth Kl.
[of iis cramped Facilities whose benevolence made the move
hshi'igion Ave. rceentl; possible, Mr. Hirsch reported.
Judge Sherwin Stauber will b>
; rving as masti r ol cer monies;
i cat red brunch will be served to
.ill the participants aftei the pro-
xi am.
Registration
At V
lo Hc MEN ASM HIRSCH
buns quarters provided by
Pynagogue, 500 SW 17th
.hold a gala open house
at the new hool be-
|t in a.m. Sunday, accord-
announcement made by
Jr;l. Mcna.shc Hirsch.
tkah this y* ar had very
pignificancc to Miami
a-ry in general and to the
M Oholei Torah School in
s;ui1 Mr. Hirsch. Vh.i-
aeana "rededicatlon" and
ihat is taking place this
said.
kanakas Hahayis (dedica-
include a special tribute
In Chabnor, president of
I'gation. and the officers,
directors and general
| Hadassah Groups
Meet Next Week
Several Hadassah groups have
meetings scheduled next week, it
has been announced.
A general luncheon meeting will
be hi Id by the Manna Senesch
Group in the Algiers Hotel at noon
Monday with Dr. David Raab,
i s; iritual leader of Temple Beth
Hnphael as guest speaker. Presi-
d nl is Grace Kunis.
A regular meeting to be held by
tin Stephen S, Wise Group in the
Algiers Hotel at noon Tuesday;
Mrs. Gertrude Soasna is president.
An Eye Hank card party benefit
has been scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Algiers Hotel
i by the Triton Towers Group. Mis
Henry Landers selves as president.
A film of Henrietta S/old and
musical entertainment by Fran
Schreiber is on the program of
the paid-up membership luncheon
being held by the Morton Towers
Group at noon Thursday. Jan. 7.
Toby Schachter is president.
Mondaj an I Tm es at
tl i \l-VV. li.\ ol <;i atei Miami
will be n gist i j g next wei k from
nday through Friday. Classes
will begin Jan. is, it has been an-
ncunci d.
!' Ristrati >n lur the Wedm sday,
Thursday and Friday elassi s will
| AlaBday and will., con
through Jan. 22, with classes to
begin Feb. 3.
The classes for primary school
age children include basic crafts.
ballet, sewing and embroidery,
modeling, baton, bowling, puppetry,
drama, public speaking, guitar,
cooking, basic art, mo lern inter-
pretive dance, woodworking, rock
mil roll dancing, oil painting, and
beginner's sewing. There is a boys'
and a girls' frii ndship club, a "fun
with music" story hour session.
and a Bible Tali s group for kind-
ergarten and first grade, also.
Adult painting classes ;.re held
on Tuesdays and Wednesdays;
Registration may be made at thi
first classes In Id in conjunction
with the Dadi count. Board ol
Public Instruction next week fo:
a Tuesday morning Sewing course.
Wi dnesday c'assi s in home deco- .
ration and furniture upholstery
and Spanish and Hebrew classes
taught Thursday evenings.
Persons requiring further infor- |
mation on V classes and activities ;
should contact June Fried, cultural |
arts director, at the Central 'Y,'
8500 SW 8th St.
5-A
A Happy New Year wish for Israel was expressed by the
Miami Beach First National Bank when it increased its pur-
chase of Israel Bonds to S350.000. Thomas L. Dusthimer,
president, and Alan Master, vice president, present a check
to Michael Litvak. director of the Israel Bond Organization,
as Milton Sirkin. a member of the board of directors of the
bank as well as the board of governors of the Israel Bond
Organization, looks on approvingly.
The Roosevelt School
Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn. 06902
M. Schwarzschild, Director
Tel: 203-325-2231
College Preparatory School
GRADES 9-12 POST GRADUATE
American Jewish Home life only 45 minutes from New fork City
Faculty-Student ratio 1 to 7 Supervised Study Help
Individualized Scheduling Stress on Fundamentals
Remedial and Progressive Programming
o Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Programs
INFORMATION AND INTERVIEW WITH LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Mrs. M. Berger Tel. (305) 531-0403
Honored On
55th Birthday
[5 i guests gathered at the
the Max B. Aston, 2380
s; Saturday night, to
|o host on his 85th birth-
bktails and snacks were
by dinner, music, dancing
irtainment
illowing day. over 200
fe-owded the home for an
,i i icktail reception. The
n le included the couple a
his wife, Mr. and Mrs,
\stor ol For! Lee, N J .
daughter and s m-in-law,
Mrs. i'hilip Sussman oJ
|and their three daughters.
Mr Astor was a
nber of the "Yid-
n ma tic Progressive," and
il ind civic organizations
n induce him to present
km* of humorous readings
iid<: themselves In good
retiring to Miami in 1948,
V' d performer turned to
facet i" art painting
1 n he h is produced over
which have been ex-
thi' Du|>ont Building,
it: museums in Israel, ai I
fit's all the \v iv to C Ida
a diamond aoprais
etirement, won a blue rib-
Miamis Jonian Marsh So- j
Izi na show.
president of th- Prrband
tionLst Order's K-n (',.>
thi David Pinski Folk
of Greater Miami, an'
1 the Miami Bench Is-i '
It, he 's a member o( the
scientific Onmnization '
feeach, tY\f Hebrew I'ni-
Ith- Jewish National Fund. ,
liled Jewish Appeal and
it^ rioh
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Friday. January
B.B. Women Hold 2nd
Tri-Council Luncheon
The second annual Tri-Council
n he in sponsored by B'nai B'rith
Vfomen of South Florida, will be]
at noon Thursday, Jan. 7, In
Carillon Hot,'!. (>S01 CollinsI
vi Miami Beach, Members.
-ucsts. out-of-town visitors, and!
sfa cordially invited to
tt nd. The ';-i B'nai Brith Women,
.'hapti ra In the South Florida area
ill be i epresented.
"The Midas Touch," the theme
the afternoon mil] highlight
i. .t speaker, Marii Anderson,
'i writer for the Miami Herald.
Her topic will be "Women's In-:
>1 ,'cmenl in To laj' World."
Dij pal ing in the
t moon's festivities will include
- Arthur Horwitz, Mrs. Harry
I Mrs. Harold Peldman,
Young \ iolinist
Will 4ppear In
Concert Recital
lames Olivet Buswell I\'. a young
violinist whose career has been
termed "phpnomenal" by the crit-
- will appear in a concert re-
fa at Temple Beth Sholom, 411-!
in. -. Ave I 8:30 p m. Sunday,
< an nnouncemenl bj
r- I> >\ id Drucker, chairman of
i Sholom's Culture and Fine
rt- Committee, undi r whos < aus-
r, th<* young artist is appearing.
Brought up with music as a part
bis famil) life, James u gan
. iai o lessons it thi I thi ee,
rted
9 |j oi the violin. -Sine his |
, nee at the
... i-> i. I with
ist < th i o -
, -. s in North Amet nclud-
\ v 'hill
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'. when last
. i .
I in: in the of 1!
- Invited by Gian <"
nottl to pat tic pate In his "Fes-
f.val ol Two Worlds" in Spoil
Ut tistic direct
Ibe , si years later.
Award Nominations Open
Florida's junior and senior high
>1 1 are a rain s, i, oting
work I
i
printmakii
w !l as
d-white and

jtic Art Aw ibrtion to be :
i for thi sixth yeat
in with
S ii The 11 -
.. I i xhil it oi w,. n to
t ii publii fron Sat urd ty, Feb. 20,
rch 6, in I
Floor Auditorium ol Burdine*s
; ni stop
all District No. .">. B'nai Brith
Women offia rs;also, Mrs. David
Lcvine, president ol Brow aid
North-Dade Council of B'nia B'rith
Women, Mrs, Otto Haengel, pres-
ident ol Miami Council, and Mrs.
Phil Wolroer, president of Miami
Beach Council.
Mrs. Ronald Jay, president of I
North Dade Chapter is chairman
oi the event and Mrs. Peter Perkel, \
president of Beth Tov Chapter is
cochairmaa Mrs. Bob Klllnport is
luncheon treasurer and reserva-
tions cochairman. M David Lc-1
Vine i- handling publicity.
Luncheon proceeds benefit the
philanthropies and programs spon-
sored by B'nai B'rith Women, the
oldest and I irge I internation il
service organization, serving all
m inkind All local chapters in the
Dade and Broward Counties are
accept in re* 11 ations
Professional entertainment for
th, afternoon will be provided by
Tony Foster, singing host and
nasti of cot emonies of the C ril-
lon Hot Ight club show. Pat
McCOrmack i"Mr. Music") and
I!> Sands, comedian, all well-
known TV, stagi and night club
mere. Favors and door
in izes w ill also be awarded.
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' SORRY NO MINORS
The Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation
will hold its annual Kalian on Jan. 22 and 23
Pictured at a planning session are Mrs. Al-
bert Beer, Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, Mrs. Harold
Reinhard, Sisterhood president Mrs. Nor-
man Sholk. Rabbi Sol Landau, Mrs. Harold
Berke, Mrs. Moie Tentdich, and Mrs. Landau.
This year's Kalian will begin with a Friday
evening congregational dinner in Spector
Hall followed by the regular worship service
with Dr. Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi of Harvard
University as the guest speaker. On Satur-
day the Sabbath service will be followed by
a Sisterhood-sponsored luncheon and Dr.
Yerushalmi's discussion cf, "Maranos: Span-
ish and Russian."
Calendar Of JWV Auxiliary Activities
Acti\ ities announced by th lo-
cal ladies' auxiliaries ol i :i> .' wish
War Veterans include:
.Norman Bruce Brown 1*1Will
si rvice the Veterans Hospital tele-
cart Saturday, followed by a coffi c
for lltb floor resident patients
hosted by Cla Grei nw ild an i
Belle Swartz. Mae Schrelber, pres-
ident, will preside over a regular
business meeting Tuesday at 8:15
p.m.. 4601 W. Flaglcr St.
for ambulatory
p ut, nts in the \'.\ Hospital Au-
ditorium Wednesda; Mrs Ju
Blitt is pn sid< nt.
Miami Beach 880Regular busi-
i. >- meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday,
J il 7. in the American L
Hall at 1828 Alton Rd. Sp
guest, Department president Jus-
tine Abramowitz will present the
Friendship Gavel. Mrs. Minnie
Hoppi n is preside nt.
regular breakfast business
a il! be hi Id in the home
Lillian N< wman, 11770 G
\'. it, Apt. 214-E, at 9
la).
Abe Horawtta wiTt
Auxiliary's Hospital Commit
chairman, Rita Saalaw, and \
-entaliv. Lw Haspil will h
a codec for the 11th floor ret
patients at Veteran Hospital, a
B p.m board meeting !a s. ..
lh ireday in Unified Hall. 230 I
171 st St., North Miami Bi
with president Mrs. Rickie C
ling.
West Miami ttS Florence
Grossman and her committee will Victor It. Freedman BISWill
service the Veterans Hospital tele- 'i"1'1 ;1 "Queei for the Hay' lunch-
cart Friday, and host a coffee for eon at the home of Mis. Minnie
Uth floor resident patients. Satur- Frank Tuesday; Wednesday, Mrs.
day a ioint ward party will be held Ftae Robbin, president, will preside
at the VA Hospital at 7 p.m. Mrs. < ;!,) l"1'- 'ward meeting in
Ruth Burman is president. Hallandale'i Home Federal SAL.
Murrav Soli.mini 248Regular North shore "Members ol
b sit ss mi i ting at Temple Za- thi V ix iary will si i i thi V I
mo SV: ;'" Tl"-'->: : rans Hospital telocart Tuesd
ment (it r loi i la prcsiili nt Just
witz will cial ""' '
\ isil at I Gavel. ......
Post will lold a 7 I Half h Miami Spring* 681\
Sam Levenson, radio, TV and
screen star, will head the show
called 'The Israelis Are Com-
ing" at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, Saturday evening, Jan.
23. The show, sponsored by the
Jewish National Fund and pro-
duced by Shmuel Fershko, will
also feature Israeli sinc'ng star
Jo Amar, Menashe Behar, the
Yemenite Trio; and a musical
ensemble direct from Israel.
LEON SCHACTER S YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE
Starting NEJLA IZ, Greatest International Singing Star;
alto the famous Singing Star HARRY POST.
A Singing and Dancing Review "The Lively Ones."
On Screen: "THE CANTOR'S SON"
~~Si.. m*mT~ STAGE SHOWS 3 00-6 00-i, 00
MATINEE
$1 TILL PHONE EVENING
CINEMA
6 P.M. 531-6202
$1.75
"It takes up where
'Sound of Music' left off!"
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,y. January 1, 1971
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Xoeal Mizrachi Hosting
IVc^f>av Slate Gonetare
11 lie in I Florida S
y Florida Con fe

nal president of 1
Mizrachi Women i I i
" '.. "i tin -
is .i Zion -i leadi
who I in
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in inference. It'.
to i ;.
rather I rl : i,
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to attend.
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>articipate in tl i
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Mrs. 1
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MRS. SIMCHA RABIKCW'TZ
forkmens Circle Meetings Scheduled

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p '. \.< Miami B
r' l I imoii Educational ln-
( Sti i h J. Rcmsen
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Had i ii t 'iiiu,; hi i
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lift : .:..,;: i>. ih.. i v. -
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pn sent at thi VV'oi kmi n's c'iicko
| 'ommlt ti i mi pting
in the labor Lycel :n. S Wa -ii"..;-
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Jan. II.
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will meet at
rid Di Satur-
, i.- book
i. view. Mui n j ["iibcll >, ho : -
known n Gn ater Miami for
i- inti : ins, w Hi repoi t on
- >h "Growl I :> 3> wi '.
Jay l'
The current "Sound cf Books" review series
now in progress at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami was mapped by a planning commit-
tee which included (from left) Miss Mary
Schwartz, Mis. Arthur Leyton, Mrs. Harry
Ebon, Mrs. Howard Novell, Mr". Jack Schil-
ling ?r. Mrs. George Graham, overall chair-
man for the series, and Mrs. Jerome Rado,
Sisteihood president. Mrs. Joseph Ruflner
was the group's adviser, and Mrs. Charles
Ru'fner, ticket sales chairman. Second pro-
gram in the series will be Dr. Joseph R.
Narot's review of The Greening of A::.
ica" by Charles Reich on Tuesday, Jan. 12;
the book leview-brunch will be held in the
temple's Wolfson Auditorium.
Baer Is I>-tli Aiu's Breakfast Speaker
i nard A. Bai r, Investmi m ex-
ecut ve in the Coral Gables office
I Goodbi ly and (.''.. will the
guest speaker at the congrega-
tioi al br< nkfast to !>< held by
Ti mple Bi th Am in its social hall
I a.m. Sunday, Jan, IT, ac-
in announcenn nt
by Harold Malin, president of the
t> mple's Brotherhood.
Mr. Baer, who provides a daily
stock market report on VVTVJ.
Ch. !. is a graduate >>f Cornel and
in.i I : i\i imih s. and has a
i aiki round ol expi rii nee in en-
lustn w hich has
I a tremi nd I
in his pr> sent busii -- H
as assistant to i pi si
- on R i II 'hi ii
Co., : prior to las
with Goodbod) w is \ ic
if the Rotoi ('orp
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+Jelst Fkrkfian
Friday. January 1, 1971
IMJM.g el(. Wing E
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MRS. JEROLD FEUEX
Fetter-Fried
3 Pried was wi at Ing
& bead d ; rl headpiece designed
hnd made by her mother when she
I Dr. Jerold Feuer were united
In marriage in a double-ring can-
dlelight ceremony conducted b>
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader at Beth Torah Cons;
tion, or, Sunda>. Dec. 27.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Benjamin Fried, 19215 NE
ist'i Ave N rth M ami Beach, Is
ft I M..
:i School ami Miami-Dade Jun-
": She Btti r.(\, d the 11 -
' rew ''.:-. rsitj ol ;- usalem and
received her B.Ed, in Secondary
ication-Mathematics, and her
M.E hicational Research and
S1 list s From the University of
Miami. The new Mi -. Feuer, who
;< ach math lati it John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
H brew at Temple Sinai of North
le, :- i member bl Pi Mu Eps -
lon--tho national ma hematics hon-
rary I iternity.
Dr. Feuer. the s m of Mr n I
Mrs Walter Feuer, 301 NE 173rd
~t North Miami Beach, graduated
Norlai i Sen! > High
S ho I, Miami-Dade Junior College,
Florida Atlantic University, and
Lvt I his Ph.D. in Physical
Chemistry from Texas Tech Uni-
versity, Lubbock, Tex. A member
:h,' American t"h mica! Society
he :. now on the faculty at Miami
i High S hool.
Dr. and Mrs. Ft ler will make
their home in North Miami after
their honeymoon trip.
Cohen-Lath
Barbara I .ash. an I Gary Cohen
wen married in ceremonies which
look place at Temple B th Am
Thursday evening, Doc. k4, it has
been announced.
The bride, a graduate of the
Iversity of Miami who is pres-
ently leaching in t h. Dade County
>iblic school system, is the daugh-
t< r >>f Mr. and Mrs Bernard Lash.
5761 SW 64th PL. South Miami.
The bridegroom, whose parents
an Mr. and Mrs. Danny D. Cohen.
5 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach,
holds i degree from the Univer-
sity o( Miami, and is presently en-
rolled in its Law School, from
which he will graduate in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will honey-
moon in the Weal Indies befon
lining to make their home in
Miami.
Rernartl-Lulsky
Merle Ronnie Lidsky and Fredric
ai Bernard exchanged their
marriage vows before Rabbi Lron
Kron in .' 8 p.m. on Saturday,
Dec. 26. in the Eden Roc Hotel.
The bride, i .: i ate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and the
University ol Miami, is the daugh-
i r ol Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lidsky,
Sur,s>t Island No ll H. ach.
MRS. GARY COHEN
Hi r husband, t!ie son of Mr. and
Mrs. 1. on Bernard of South Mi-
ami, graduated from Miami Senior
HI h School anil Fail high Dickin-
son University and is presently
associated with Kmpire Roof Truss
Corp.
Karlene Peyton was the bride's
matron of honor and Jo Katz
served as bridesmaid. The groom's
brother was his best man: ushers
Included Marvin Sloane. Michael
Klein. Michael Rosentha), Michael
Silverman and David Bernard.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard will live
in Miami after a honeymoon in
New York.
Koenifisherg-Kaphm
Linda Rose, tht daughtc r of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney S. Kaplan. 1984
SW 17th Ct, became the bride of
Kenneth Sti ve, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg, .HOI SW
27th St.. in 5:30 p.m. ceremonies
Sunday, Dec. 20. at Beth David
Synagogue, where her parents
were married .'ll years ago, with
Rabbi Sol Landau officiating.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College, selected a
gown of candlelight Alencon lace
for her wedding. The matron of
honor was her sister-in-law, Mrs.
David Kaplan; bridesmaids includ-
ed her cousin. Tracy Welnkle, the
grcom's sister, Linda Koenigsberg,
June Goldstein, Dianne YVardy.
Joan Peyser, Mrs. Allan Friedman
and Shari Posner.
The groom, a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High School who
has attended Miami-Dade Junior
College and the University of Mi-
ami, selected his brother. Richard
Ki nigsbt rg, as best man. and
ush< rs Carl Grodin, Jeff Kas'of-
sky. Dicky Merkin. Joey Mass.
Harry Vishkoff, Steven Levy and
the bride's brother. David Kaplan.
Among the honored guests were
the bride's grandmother, Mrs
Tilli<- Shaft, who with her late hus-
band. Louis Shaft, was among
Miami's pioneer Jewish families.
The guest list also included the
bride's paternal grandmother, Mrs.
Fannie Kaplan. Irving Morse. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Moskowitz. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Kaolan, Mrs. M. !:. Boch,
Mrs. Frank Ke, han. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Weher, William Weber, Mark
Weber, Mr. and Mrs. David Ron n-
blum. Mrs. Victor Boch. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Bicker and Edward
Machlis, from New York.
Afti r .i honeymoon In Na
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l rg will !i\" in Miami.
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The marriage ol Barbara Ann
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took place in the Algiers Hotel
on Sunday. Doc. 27.
The new Mrs. Feuer. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Elrod,
6703 SW 92nd Ave., attended
Miami-Dade Junior College and
received her degree in Education
from the University of Miami She
is presently teaching second grade
at Royal Palm Elemental*} School.
Her husband, a t> acher at the
Hebrew Acadi n j of t Sn ate r Mi-
ami, received his B.A. degree i"
Psychology from the University ol
Miami and his Master's d< gree In
English from Northeast Louisiana
State College, where he was a
graduate teaching assistant. He is
the son of Mrs. Jack M. Feuer,
1865 79th St. Cswy., North Buy
Village. and the late Mr. Feuer.
The hr.,,c s< eted a gown of silk
faille with V neck and long sleeves
which was trimmed with re-
embroidcred Alencon lace on skirt
and bodice. Its detachable train
was bordiml with matching lace;
her waist-length veil was fashioned
of satin and flowers tu give the il-
lusion appearance.
The bridal procession included
the bride's sisters, Gloria Good-
man and Mit/i Marks, matrons of
honor; bridesmaids Barbara La-
vietes and Eileen Winderbaum;
Craig Marks and Sean Marks, ring
bearers; Sharon Marks, flower
giil; Marvin Davidson, besl man;
Harold Goodman, Hal Marks and
Jay Mechling, ushers, and the
bridi s grandmother, Mrs. Lillian
Stahl.
The couple plans to live In Coral
Gables alter a honeymoon tour ol
the state of Florida.
MRS. LOUIS C. EEUER
Stralton-.ihrls
Temple Menorah was the set-
ting for the ceremonies uniting
Susan Elizabeth Abi Is and Chai l< -
Stuart Stratton in marriage Sim-
day, Dec. 27, Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ov. .t/ officiated at the 1 p.m. it< s.
The daughtt r >.i" Mrs. Jules
Charli Abe ol Miami ind the
late Dr. Abels, the new Mrs
Stratton graduated from South
Broward High School Hollywood,
and Broward Junior Collegi be-
fon i m oiling at Floi ida At I mlic
University, when sh i~ presently
a stuck nt.
'i hi bi id' p *>m, w hose pai i
an '': and Mrs A an 11 Strat I
,.i Miami Beach, graduated from
Miami l> ai h & Hi S hool,
Mian Dad Jut ioi C >ll< ge and
th< Univi i it;, ol Miami.
T bi ida I -, ai ty Include d the
groi n sti r. Pi ggy Stratton, as
matron of honor, the brick 'ssister-
in-law, Mrs. Jacquelim Abi Is, who
served as matron of honor, and
the gro im's hi other. Doug Strat-
ton, best man.
MRS. KENNETH KOtHIGSS-
Melissa Sacks, Jay Toblin
Set Their Wedding Date
Mr. and Mr*, Jack S-
11360 SW 52nd St anno
nt of their r1
Mi Ussa Robyn, to Jay
Toblin. the son of Mrs
lin, 1096 SytVmia Bh
Miami, and the latC Mr 'I
The bi i le-i li it. a gra I
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O Ik go Her fiance, a gra
Miami I !oi al Park Si : I
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MM. STfVfN KKAKW
Krtimer-Block
i Herbert M. I I of-
utrd al (he -' p.m. pi n mi
ttinc Victoria Lee Block
Martin Kramer in mar-
p.,.- al Ti mpli B. ii ,\: i Sunda .
. \ | lion foi the couple
. u, in thi ti mi Ic's s i ial hall.
I '''::,- hriii"'. daughter of Mr and
His, Lrwin S. Block hi Miami,
kaduatod from Palmetto Senior
High s< hool ai >i atti nded Miami-
lade Junior College South. Her
kusband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kroner, 831 SW 11th T> i
p i itod from Miami Coral Park
nior High Schi ol and received a
A. degree in Psychology I
1-. University of Florida, where
was a nv mix i of Phi Hi ta
honoi ai .. fraternity. He is
gently associated with Dade
founty Youth S< r\ id i,
For her wedding, the brid.....
tcted a gown of antique satin
Irimmed with lace and seed pearls
kn !., i if henor was Kathy Burr;
layle Block, Sharon Creasy, Ivy
Lynn Stubins and Mary
Dam r wi n bi ld< smaids. J' ff
Goldsmith served as best man;
i h -> r. prx r, John Roberson, Tal-
( Scott, Ronaid Creasy and
Mi<**tael Gomberg ushered.
-Mi.i:'U wl!l be the Kramers'
hi rte after a honcyhoori in Gatlin-
urjj Tenn.
ph i Epsilon Pi fraternity. He has
a Bachelor of Science degree from
the University of Miami ami has
been recognized by the American
Chemical Soci. I j
The bride's floor-length gown
of candlelight satin and Al.
ic i mbellii h< a with see i ,
ii atured a high necklini mpire
bodice, and Bish p sleeves. Th
hemline ol I; r A-line skirl
! ind hei aisl -wid< I in
Ith I
f fan t I
I a cased
ro Th h Hi":- al
hi.
i tri.i
med with Venis
.
dai? -.
Vmoldfnrb-Berger
Karen Kay Berger and her
n.Mf.ruymg Hairy H. Goldfarb,
I Sanijec their wedding vows be-
f hei father. Rabbi Maxwell
""'r. at Temple Zamora, Coral
i s. Sunday, Dec. 27. Cantor
nny Mandi 1 assisted the rabbi
'the p.m. ceremonies, which
re followiil Iiy a reception for
prisons at the temple.
Ttta bride, whose parents live at
j.i sw sith Ave.. is a graduati
1 Coral Park High School an.l has
i i student at the University of
riila. Her husband, the son of
and Mis. I.eon Goldfarb of
:rtrr Park, graduated from Or-
rido's Edgewater High School
nd the University of Florida.
For her wedding, the new Mrs
dfarb ctibse a gown of white
latin edged with delicately pi ai Ii d
trUcncon lace at the wedding band
nerkftne andpflemline. Tin- skirt of
f> em; ire-style A-line gown was
Bis i traced with the iightlv-headcd
I* .
MRS. BARK H. GOlDfARB
;; full-lcn illusion
Boieyi style
hi ad] leci ited whiti itin
were appliqut-d with matching
shi carrii .1 an hi it loom
Bible belonging to her mothi r.
i hi ; idal attendants, including
hi r sisti r, Mrs. Stanton Levens .
matron oi honor, and bridesmaids
Mrs. Mark r rman, Isabel Wechs-
ler and Rochellc lovctt, were at-
m.ii in royal bliK chiffon gowns
accented at the necklini and em-
pin waist with powder blue satin.
Their headpieces were little-girl
bows fashioned of matching satin.
Andrew Kohan served as the
groom's b si man. Ushers included
v, Hittli mai Leonard Si hi i r,
Harris IV I in, A an ilarks and
Howard Rosi nblatt.
Tlie it wl weds will mak their
h im Foi I list is, Va al ti r a
n in Nt w i Mlcans. La.
Spratzcr-Ruhin
New lork City will be the fu-
i ;. ,nv i Eve Judith Rubin
ind hi r I i Idi groo San ui I Philip
Sprotzer, who were united in mar-
i agi S n da> : c. 27, al 6:30 p.m.
in the Napoli on Room of th
Dcauville Hoti I. Rabbi Ttbor 11.
Stern officiated ai the ceremonies,
which were followed by a recep-
tion .it the hoti i.
The bride, who is currently in
'ier junior year at Columbia Uni-
ursiu's Barnaul College, gradu-
ated from the Hebrew Academy
and Miami Beach High School. Her
husband, the son .l Mr. and Mis.
Louis Sprotzer, Bronx, N.Y.. s a
i.mIu.ii. u* Bonx High School of
Science and Columbia University.
He is pit senti- enrolled in the
New York University School of
Medicine.
The bride's dress of ivory peau
dc soic with Alencon lace was
styled with A-Hnc skirt and bishop
Sleeves, and she carried a bouquet
of white roses. Her attendants'
Iresaea were fashioned of ivory
pi an lie soic with royal blue velvet
bodices.
Judy Stern served as maid of
honor. Mrs. Susan Suleiman as
matron of honor, and Vivian Ziner,
Anne Gewurtz and Linda Stern as
bridesmaids. Flower girl Andrea
Freund was escorted by Alexander
Freund; David Rapaport served ns
best man and the ushers Included
R ii Suleiman and Robert Ziner.
KKS. VICTOR A. flSHr.AH
Deboi i ''' nsl in
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Fish men-Schwartz
0 S nd D c. 27, ; 5
Held :. Schwarts I \ to
I .. r; a e mar-
riage it th Dora] C tunt i I il
.c'ating en R i "bis David
Sh ipi 11, Ni i'-! n Sh ipir ind Can-
tor Will ..> Lipson. A I in
ii l hi : r fol'owcd the cen mony.
The bride, a g-aduate of Coral
l; ibli s St nior High School, at-
ti Ii .: the Univi rsity ol Wise in-
sin. and graduated with honors
from th '"' prslty of Miami, The
daughti r of Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vln N' S hw :'/. 1413 Soroll i Av ..
Cor-il Gables, shi was a m mber
i[ Ph! 11 : a P hoi stic hon-
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hps worked is i i h 'lir n
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The '.'" o m is enrrentl> com-
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The bride-* lect, daughter ol I
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Miami PI., and h> r fiance, the a
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niversary, the three daughters .i"'l their hus-
bands tii.. Burton Lcveys, Mr, and Mrs. Irving
Botnick and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Handelsman,
and Mrs. Bloom's sister, Mrs. Sidney Levine and
her husband surprised them with a real celebra-
li in. The surprise started at the Levey home with
cocktails before Ihej went to Kings Bay Country
Club for dinner. The Blooms didn't know that
their daughter was coming in from Akron as
well as many of their Akron friends. There were
toasts nd speeches and a grand reunion for ev-
eryone. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Blue, Mrs Ste la Socal, Dr, and Mrs. Barry
Gn enbi rg, Mr, and Mrs. Walti r S Idler, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Butnick, Mr. ind Mrs. Alan Imber,
Mr. and Mis. Nathan Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Nagin. Mr and Mrs. Ben Appelbaum, Mr, and
and Mrs. Morris Appelbaum, and Mrs. Mickey
Kaufman. Alter the party the Blooms left for
another "honeymoon" in California where they
will attend the w?dding ol a grand-niece.
WHAT is A BASH?
On the M. v. Frceport cruise t i the Grand
Bahama Islands to attend the "Birth-Date
p rty" celebrating thi opening of The Interna-
i mal Hotel Goll and Country Club in Freeport,
Jean and Morris Landsburgh and Ethel ind
Cohen w n the hosts. Everything was super, but
sped icular was the word for the Saturday night
"Birth-Date Ball" In the Camelol Room of the
Kings Inn. It was Charles Schlakman produc-
n from start I i finish. Thii b r toms
contained hers d'oeuvTes with the third room
boasting an epicurean delight of cheeses and
wines. The banquet itself was the mosl spectacu-
lar everything paraded in bj the wail rsseemed
to be flaml e excopl therol
Among the hundn Is raests .....e Mr and
Mrs. Meyer Don, Dr and Mrs Alexander Libow,
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Newman, Mr. and Mrs
Elliot Roosevelt, Mr, and Mrs. A.iron Fan-. Chief
and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance, Mrs, Robert Bloom,
Mr. and Mrs. John Port.-. Mr and Mrs Sidney
Huberman, Mr. and Mrs. John Owen, Mr. and
Mrs. lose!'-. Malek, Mr. and Mrs. Sy Kaplan and
aces c. .
Mr, and Mi-. Sam Luby, Jr. The combination of
abstract, however, and I think he wants the one
ing, nightclub parts. Grand Ball, ribbon cutting
ceremony, goll and tennis, she; ing ind sight-
seeing would be called a "Bash in any Ian-
guage!
THE NICEST ONE YKT!
I feel sorry for all of you people who aren't
on Sadie and Joe Rosenblum's holiday greeting
list. This year's card was th- greatest! I have a
whole wall ol hei original pictures and my kids
have two already. I have only one Aaron Fair
.distract, however, and 1 think he wants that one
back. Everytime he paints a new one he asks me
if I want ic exchange mine for his latest. But I
alw i.vs refuse.
NO ROOM ro PARK
Lij-.hts were in all of the tr.es and it was a
pel feet night for a perfect party Ilene and Sam
I.uln Jr. were Ihe hosts ol what was supposed
to have been a 6-8 p.m. cocktail buffet but the
hours rolled by. The food was home-made (by
their cook): ten pies, five turkeys, eight fillet
masts, ten noodle puddings, ten moulds of plum
pudding and holiday cookies galore besides all the
other goodies. The lights threw soft shadows
ovi r the tables set up beside the pool and in the
Florida room It was a beautiful Florida night
with beautiful Florida people. Among those
present were Ilene's grandmother who is so
verj quei nly and regal looking. Mrs. Minnie Pub-
licker, Mr ind Mrs Larry Aberman and their
famil) Mr and Mrs Lester Mishcon. Mr. and
Mrs. Waiter Licbewltz, Mr. and Mrs Peter Wolf,
Hart, list hack from Pans. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Courshon and daughter Deanne, home
from Boston Unlversitj where she is working on
her Masters In Speech Therapy, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Courshon and Mi and Mrs. Saul Kaplan.
Eydic Gorme brought her two boys over to see
tie gorgeous lights (and sample the food'.
i> and Sylvia Candib, Ralph Renick, Mr.
ami Mis. Robert Slatko and Mr. and Mrs Henry
Sutton i hi wrote "The Exhibitionist'l Sam and
May Luby, Sidney and Betty Miss were also
among the guests.
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Friday, January 1. 1971
BOSSAN.Ni; ; REEMAN
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Bin 1 m c!i 1 a nd c 1 1 sins Mr
Ahn G h \ nta, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. V Alvin Blumberg
M nd Mi Hai 1 C h
1 phia, Pa., and Mrs, Marc
Simon ol Monti '. Canada. Hei
m itei rial nl s, Mr.
Mrs. J ick Iroei Hallai lal .
will also b< pr nt, (Mrs < e in-
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On Saturday, Jan. 2, Victor, the
son of Mr. and Mi R C spin,
2 94 W 9th '. me, : will
i Mitzvah al 'l -mple
Tifereth Jacob.
Victoi -'
d nl at Henrj Filer Jun I
Sch<
Mr. nd Mrs
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- on Friday nigh) ind a Ki Idush
follow ing the on Satur-
i [is irents, Mr. and Mrs.
Is lac M inoah and Mrs. Es
Cres if M 1 Beach, wil] help
' lut-of-
tov
I the J
om Puerto Rico, and Mr.
of New
York,
CHARLES SILVER
Mrs
Lynn Sih r 8410 SW wil
be called to thi B r
Mitzvah Satu n 2 al v
pli Or O
An eighth gr ide stud nl al
R :k iv iy Junior 11 di S :>
Chai lea .1- the re ipi nl of the
iple Camp R ilai ship
last year He is nber of
11 USY.
is !' r and
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! e in the
school band and has nem-
ber of the Khourj Le igue b is
A Kiddush in the ti mple an 1 a
n oepl Ion an I 1 1 house will be
host Charles r I illow -
in iiU Bar Mitz\ ih Vmong the
honored guests will bi his relativ -
from Pennsylvania, Hank M
Charlotte Sil Mr. tnd Mrs.
Ji seph Silver 1 n I th Ir 11
Susan, Cyrus Louis and S
EDWARD SALOMON
y, .' n, 2, .'ii 10 30 a.m.,
Edward I in of Mr. and t Ira.
lard B. Sa in 11, 20615 N'E
iw will 1
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Is in the Judith ol Miami firm,
which manufactures childr
rtswear, and his mother, will
hosl a red ption and dinner in his
honor in the temple's social hi I
7 :> p.m. Saturday. Among the
honored guests will be his grand-
Elss Windschauer ol
Miami Beach; his grandfatl
ton Salomon ol Forest Hills.
N.Y., a id Israel; the James Cum-
mins and the Alvin Rosen fami
hem Massapequa, N.Y.; the Jack
Si sal family, Rlverdale, N.Y.; the
: 1 Wirtdsi hau< r famih 1 ks-
kill, N.Y., and Ernesl Winds
of Ci nter M01 ich s, N.Y.
ARTH1 R PASTA!
1 1 .-,
and iSdncy!
Ba
ing, .'an. 2, ..1 Ti n
A rthur, a sc I 1
al Lingli & h< 1 il, is u I.
S
Southwest Miami Jayc .1
Bow ling I.- ag
Mr. and Mrs. Pas
nbers ol '1 n
and committei s, w i'l hi si the K I
1 f 'Mow ing the s< vices md a
Stewart Newman Roseannc Freemon
lui chei n and rec no
if 1 the
ii mp!i .,j\i,u,n ,h 11 1,11 gu !s
I will I
Bend
FAITH 8TE1 N i.VI DKR
Fa '. thi daughl

- rve her Bat Mil
1 ition Fi ii laj
Jan. I.
! Faith, who has b n attending
the Harold Wolk s School
al B> Hi Torah f r the past thn e
a stuck ni in the He-
bi 1 w l [igh School 1 lass.
Th" Oneg Shabl al followii
.. : 1'ici s w ill l"' spoi 1 by the
I celebrant's pan nts in her honor.
DAVID COHEN
During the Shabbal morning
si r\ I a al Beth T01 ah C<
Salui day, Jan. 2, I a\ id, the
: .. ai 1 Mrs. Harold 1 -Ii.ti.
ed to the Toi ah as a

1 udi nl in I'.' Ih Toi
Mol for
f the 1 ; '
h sen
in ii, honor.
.! INE VAGODA
Sai '. daughti r ol M
' 1. 9523 S '.
Ill be Bal Vit.
to* .
Maxima" Smo/oicifc Uwari Salomon
I : L, at Both
:
An 1
I
, lias
:
Mr
eption in
, Ya-

will b Ih 1 'nor. Also
coming I her celeb ite the
1, casion will I Mi*.
[15, Gar.\ Mill r ol I
;.; us: .'. ind Mrs rtorris Lis
Hei
sville.
DESMOND SIIERID \\
Desmond, I f Mi
Mi s. Alb rt Shei 11 ill I
Bar Miti C01
the mornii siici s,
v \r r \i u VI \\
h
J

I Wolk I
inns School. H
of the I'p-l'.S.Y croup, ;uni plan,
to continue his religious stud;
the Hebrew High School.
A Ki Uon
< lebrant's hoi b h
tis i'ii nts,
i;i. HARD nREENI
R tard l- i| M
Jack ll. <. s ,v
ji.d Ave.. w rati 1
Mil David Coo
2.
Rich H vi h
id.

reception in I
me. I s Itchi .
. paten
in nts Mr. and Mi v.
.
Dr. Wolfson To Speak
I >i. A Wi ilfson, fi
: thi Spinoza F01 mn for v
I : i" sum U|
; I
\i '
:i^ aims
H ik J.
I
for the New "1 I the it1
meetii in ih.' Washi gtoi ,;
ei il. 1234 '
J n 7.
Prospects Interviewed
M<-tubers U .,.''. Cil
I 11
;'-. Ices I '
- w
.
n :
1:
G Ben T
: Dr. Anthoi
loffi I 1 1 fl '
1 .1 Ski| SI ird G
:
Pocono Hiqk^akp Camps
N'ADINE MACK
M Ms SW
\ ah 1 Olom Frida;
' 10.
A!
' ; i .
nd. A m of USY,
Ion in Omfii n
v.: and Mrs, M tck "ill h
recepl m 11 d supper al th< Ir h ime
N'--\\ Y ar- 11 in their
'i iiiL.li' 1 B 'i Mitzvah, and the
Oneg Shabbat following the re-
ligkMH ceremony. Among the hon-
on 'I ill be Na ind-
parents; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Mack and Mrs. Therei 1 11
MAXIMO SMOI.ARdK
Maximo, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Helm m Smolxrctk, will heeomo
Rc.r Mir/-ah Si'iii-ilnv. Jan 2. at
Temple Emanu-EL Dr. Irving Lehr
mail will officiate at the ti Ices,
Maximo attends the Hebrew
Academy where he is in the eighth
grade.
Mr and Mvs. Avon Yukon, and
Mrs. CW'i' Smo'areik. i awd|iai'
ent.s. of the celebrant will attend
th.' event.
In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
ATTENTION PARENTS
Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami area children presently enrolled via
Eastern Airlines Non-Stop Jet.
A limited number of camper openings available Section quotas
Unexcelled direction for thirty-six years in the finest tradition under same ownership
Only 4'2 hours total traveling time from Miami.
Featuring:
9 magnificent new all-wea,'her championship
tennis courts with night lights.
Outstanding water skiing program
3 motor boats
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
Theatre workshop
I indoor regulation Brunswick bowling 'anes
9 hole golf course
Tnglish and western riding 7 miles of trails
Ham radio and electronics
Superb International Staff
The Directors, Mrs. Earle U. Weinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinberg, are in Miami now for a .i
interested parents and prospective staff members. Parents desiring a camp adherina to th. hfJlT, ZT ,n,#?'"rn9<
operation, please contact the directors at the Montmartre Hotel, 532 1731 ext 21 lor our Miami ^ ".nd.rds of
MRS. JACK (NANCY) DAVIS presen,a,,ve
11042 PARADEIA AVENUE, CORAL GABLES, TELEPHONE 665-7923 or 6659147
who will arrange an appointment with the directors
HOME Off ICE: 6528 CASTOR AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19149
CAMP REUNION, SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1971
Past, present and new campers, parents and staff are cordially invited to attend our camn re-
" Km9S **Y C0n,rY Clob' 14401 SW- 62nd Avenue' Miami, on Sunday immSm 1
ZVi^VLt^r Fr inffma,i0n and re"rV',i0n' 5- -tact mXHTSJi,

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Fridcy. January 1, 1971
+Je*ist> ncrkflan
Page 9-B
Sketches Of Nine Jews In Soviet Trials
By YITI A IIAI.BKIISTAM
The trial of nine Soviet Jews
nccusod by the Kremlin of alleg-
edly attempting to hijack a Soviel j
airliner on June i">. which may
eventually include 2S additional,
Soviet Jewi irreeted since Juno
15, haa been viewed by some So-
vietologist* is comparable to the
trials undM Stilin during the!
I930'a and those tried in the early
1950*s in connection with t li- "
tors' plot" against Stalin.
The outpouring ol telegrams of
prot< -t to 5o\ lei Presidenl Niko-
lai Podgornj h >m Jewish organi-
zations around the world, the mass
eg and p >test meet ings con-
ted by Jews and non-Jews
alike have ch racterized the ar-
i ests, searrh ind seizures, and
issments ol Soviel Jews as]
:' b ii i
Who are thesi Jews whose only
to all objective
ers, w is their desire to cmi-
to Israel or the right to
ind functi in as Jew in the|
: n hich boasts of ha\ -
ihe "m -' l morralic consti-
tution in the world?" Wh it es
th< j Ii I? Wh -re do the>
come from'' And why are the So-
\ n t official afraid of them?
FT< re are the sketches i.f nine
Soviet JeWS H 1 '- livi 3 "' J
well Ik? hanging in the balance.
VtadhntT Osh-rnvioh MogHever:
Described bj those who know
- i man ol powerful intellect,
he was empl' yed is b senior engi-
athi natician in a geologi-
cal real ititute. He has o
|x ; fed e i ol 10th Hebrew
and I Inglish i n I was \ ry m
respected in i. ningr d, where hi
lived with wife Yulij i lsavna
and 22-m >nth- ild son, Oya. He did
not hide his love of Israel, and
openly spread his knowledge about
Israel, the Hebrew language and
Jewish culture,
In August oi 1969, the 30-year-
old Mogil \e applied to OVIR for
permission to leave for Israel. His
request was denied and after ex-
hausting all possibilities of com-
plaints to Soviet authorities, he
added his signature to various
letters ol protest sent to the
United Nations Commission on
Mum.,n Rights, l'.\. Secretary
1 Si neral U Thant and Pravda.
He was irrested at work on
line 15, 1970. All his family's
money has Peer, confiscated and
their posses ions placed under
seaL
David IserovicJi Cbarnoglai:
11 final lied from the
wad l ite of Agriculture
in 1960 for t ikin : an open interest
in Jewish cilture, the 31-year-old
Chernoglas wa rrested June 15,
1970, simoly >. cause the Lenin-
grad Mith irit es were afraid of
him. They were aware that he is
the most knowledgeable man in
ngrad on the history of the
Ji i -h pe .pie, that he had written
' bo k on th subji cl and gave
his knowledge to oilier people. He
had added his signature to all the
lett ;rs from th" peo| of Lenin-
grad i "Letter of the Nine." "Let-
ter of the 21" and a cable to Kib-
bul/ Bar-Am' and this was un-
H w ife, Beigner
Berna Petnovns and 10-month-old
laughter ire left with nothing, \<
live on bet ausc nil their possessions
havi he impounded.
one of the only members of his
family to survive the Holocaust.,
A mathematical physicist at the
Institute Of Semi-Conductors in
Leningrad until his arrest on,
June 15, he ipplied for an exit
visa to France but permission was
denied in 1969. He repeatedly i>c-
titioned the authorities for the
visas, but without results Korcn-i
blit has a perfect command of
Hebrew, and did much to spread
ii among the .lews ol Leningrad.
lie loved his people and tor ihis
he could not be forgiven, His prop-
erty, tOO, has been impounded and
his .'.iii' has nothing to live on.
Ollya I'.rnelo\ ieh Batman: A
38-year-o'd engineer at the Lenin-
trad Rlectrical Welding Equip-
m ml Plant before his arrest on
.lime 15, while on holiday w.th ins
I four-year-old daughter, Lily, his
' know 1 -d^e of Hebrew is almost
perfect. He reads, translates and
corresponds In Hebrew, having
'-' studied the language on his own
' n I960 on and willingly helped
anybody who wished to study it.
1 He also studied the history and
'culture of his people, and was
planning to hand in his documents
tn OVIR for application for an
i I visa In September 1970, At
I that time he was due to receive at
! official invitation from his grand-
father who is living In the Kib-
. but/ Rukhamc. In the opinion of
I the Leningrad authorities, a man
who was popularizer brew language and educator of
Jewish people could not be left
written :\2 letters of complaints
to various Soviet authorities He
was one if the first Leningrad:
Jews to submit an application to
OVIR to emigrate to Israel. His
application, as expected, was re-
fused. His name also appears
among the signatories of the "let-
ter of the 21," "the Letter of the
37," the telegram to Kibbutz Bar
Am, and two letters to the U.N.
Commission on Human Rights.
His wife and two children were
left without means of livelihood
when he was arrested. Like the
ethers, his possessions have been
confiscated.
Solomon Glrshevlch Drefamer:
chief Engineer on a project at the
Leningrad Housing Design Centre.
the 38-year-old Dreizner Ls known
to be a highly-gifted person with
a deep low for his people. He had
a collection of religious ceremonial
eis including a Menorah, and
would often display these and his
drawings on biblical themes to
acquaintances. His wife is in the
Bekhterev Psychiatric Institute for
nervous disorders and upon his
irrest on June io bis four-month-
>!d infant child was left without
parental care.
Lev Xiiiiiitovich Yauman: Far
away from the place of the alleged
hijacking, 30-year-old Yagman was
arrested on July 15 while on holi-
day with his family in Odessa
Until his arrest, he was employed
as an engineer-designer at the
l.as-al Siinoll'iv ieli KaniiiisKy:
A man who was not afraid to
Lev l.riti >\ ii-ii KorenMit: His rinse his voice In comnlaint and
- I itest, the 40-yeai -old Kamin-
l the I Ghetto; wa v. has in the couro of his l;f .
T V
i
Small patients in the playroom of the
Pediatrics Depai'inent oi the Hadasfl
v Medical Center wrote ai
duced a play called "A Great Miracle
That Happened Here," for the benefit of
[allow patients.
At the Chcnukah party in the ward, chil-
dren of c.ll religious faiths participate in
the holiday observances. About 25o
are from Arab families. Many children
come from Iran and Cyprus.
"Russian Diesel Works." An intel-
ligent educated person ol consid-
erable authority, capable of influ-
encing others to share his "rebel-
lious idea-' about the right of
Jews to live In Israel. Yagman
also was a signatory to the "Letter
of the 37." "Letter of the 21," and
a telegram t-> Kibbutz Bar Am.
His application for an exit visa
wa- also denied by OVIR, result-
ing in his penning various letters
of complaint to Soviet authorities.
Anatoly Goldfeld: Despite his
youth, the 24-year-old Goldfeld,
who worked as an engineer, e r-
l gre it authority in the Lenin-
grad Jewish community. His jn-
tclligi nee and analytical mind at-
tracted ]> : le to him, parti wlarly
young people, i; sp ike often about
historical motherland of the Jew-
ish p e,;,ie Israel and w is sub-
sequently arrested on June 15.
Victor Noeiieh Boguslavoky: A
30-year-old building engim he
wa one ol the signatoi I of the
"Letter of the 37," and was ar-
rested ,n July. Concerned at the
arrest of the eight I I
Jews. Boguslavsky wrote a letl t
to the Prosecutor-General of the
r ss p.. in which he rais. I the
question of resriect for l< i
In reaction to his courageous and
outspoken letter Boguslavskj was
himself arreste I on a ch u ..- if
anti-Soviet propaganda and -
tion.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4198
111 RK: Relate of
Ml IRRIS RUTH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Ml ': (111 I All Pel H
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Fil |iubll< tion nf lies until'.
, of .i.i nuar) l!*7 i
M< IRRIS COHEN
An i ii. for Executrix
n; am N K. 19th Ave
\ Miami It.-.i. Ii, Fl;. 33182
l 1-8-13-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7C-46I5-B
FRANK O DOWLING
In UK
Mi irius sii-:i;i-:i,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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th.- uaili-T'Mirii, ,1. desiring to engage
m bavinesi. undrr the fk'tltloUB n i
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOF,
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23366
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARITA ABRET BERIH'T,
Plaintiff,
i:i:\ ATi BERDUT,
l .f.iiil.uii
Ti>: KEN ATi BERDl'T
Elu-ii !-' el I'araiwi
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for Dlverrc has tiei-ii fileil aK'^ii'st
>..u. mill yen nri' n-iiulred to serve
;i ropy of yi.ur Answer or I'leading to
ihe Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
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M \N. (it- Amsi.-y Building, M NK l
Ave., Miami, Florida 13132 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
February, 1971. If you fall to 'I" eo
of ihe Clark of the I n-ouit
or before the lal daj i I
bj iljfault will taken
u for the relief di mandi A
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the I'l'ii.
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again*! yi
in the Bill
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each week for i*"u-' conaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.i'HII'IAN'
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Attorney* foi Plaintiff
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Page 10-B
Intls* ncrMfar
Friday, January 1, ]"'
Obituaries
:ABN0W1TZ
Jacob Rabinowitz
IACOB of I02TS folUn* \
Beat'l i il
iml'i mosi k'! and i.
; Ul 'i-
Miami I 'in -
t v

git t.
Airr> Inn In this

Mr Raninowitc
settled In Miami
. 144 at I
III' M .i mi 1 ii.i -
mi 'i C"i liter ine
of th< i
iiit; Jew iiih Itl-
OUI
munit). Mr Itab-
Inow i w. wai
Ben trua-
te< of Temple
.manu-EI, meniber of the Board
>l Ciovernora "f the Oreatei Miami
h Federation, Board member
f the Jewiah Home for the Aced
i meniber of Jewiah family and
'hildren'i Service Jewiah Wei.
are Board, Main Shrine, Hibiaou*
Ik.- No 175 K am and National
'onferenre of Christian* and Jews,
mnoree of in.- State .if Israel Bond
irgraniaatlnn .v leader In the Com-
......i Jewiah Appeal-Iarael Ernerg:-
I Fond campaign he had been
'iinan of it- Jewelry Division for
'"I". lii.iilnali .'f iIih M.r-
' Dtvlaion, member of thr Fad-
ration Century Club, chairman of
laj Harbor Division and Initiator
f the hl-riae campaign program
l< nas alao a recipient of the Boa-
torth Award of the Mercantile ln-
iaion ii' Federation, and a particl-
t>anl m tin- United Kuml
II is survived l.y his wife Manya.
\ s,'ii- I tav id and Morris of Miami.
"I two daughters, Tanya Zallea "f
\ iliniiiKii.n Delaware and Ooldle
loldstaln of Miami Beach, ten crand-
hddren and ten greal graii'l. tul-
Iren.
He was loved anil reapected bj all
\i"> knew him Ooodneav waa
\.,\ of lifr with him.
in lieu of flowers, family requeati
-iililriliutions In Teini'U- Knimiu-Kl
-< Imlarship Pttnd
Servli e- were held on Tueaday.
hvember :*. I p.m. at Temple
'.m.iiiu-KI Kill WashiliKti'il AVC .
.It.uiii II. h Intermenl in Mount
\'. li tVmelery with Riveraida
IhapeJ in charge of arranKemenls.
nOHEN. Joseph -a., l-all", NE Till ''I
Levitt
.ellman, Bessie, 4m Ooaan Drive
Blaaberg".
.'.auber. Leah, U, Mill North .l-f-
feraon A\- M B Newman
1RUCK, Arnialld. .".". 7liiiii.au Drive.
,\i li Lavlti Intermenl Mi Sinai.
:hariton. Debbie, 18, Bid Collins
\ \. .\i B Rl> sralde
-i ARWACK. Harold M B lUasl'.rs.
illman. Clara B., "8, HUM Baj
Harbor Dr. Blasberg
MINTZER, Anna. M, U....."olllni A \
M B Rlvei ul'
. EGEL. Charles, 87, 79S9 Keyston*
Ave M B Rlvei -ide.
.TERNIN, Simon, 7::. 441 NE 185th
Si I.eviW
v ..SON. I'.iv. 70, 1*07 Michigan Ave
M li Riverside
BfciLiNSON. Leo, 78, I"" IJncoln ltd.
il ;: Rlvei -ul'- Intel menl Ml Xebu
JHOAOV, Fannie, it, 81G Gth si ,
M ii Riversidi
:l>elstein, Florence I.. 88, 18801
NW 80th Ave Rlvendde
elias, Bthal, 84), 800 Weal Ave, M M
GORSETMAN, Louis, II, 800 Weal
Ave. mii Riverside. Intermenl Ml
Nebo.
KATZENELSON. Morrta, 81, Sharon
Hulel Riverside.
LEVINE. Cerirude, 66. 1800 S. Glades
Dr N M B Riverside
NEFF. Samuel, 7:.. mi Marseille Dr.,
M B Riverside Interment Ml BlnaJ.
ROSEN, Lee, 10, '.'7.....'ollins Ave.,
m li Gordon. Intermenl mi. Blnai.
Shapiro, Max. 83. 1M Lincoln ltd .
M H. Kiversiile
wittner. Oeorgre, J. m Golden
Isles Dr. Riverside
BOLTAX. LOUIS. 70. Ill NE K.Mh
St. niaabera.
halpern. Bella Bchlff, 78. 800 Cat-
.us Ave.. M n Riverside
BURG. Ir \\
i .i\ i N.irih ,\, ...in: I .
men: Ml H
CHRISTINE. Albert
A M.B Rlvei idi
COHEN. .1. seph, 74, 1 I > Waal
.
FmEDLAND. Harry Y\ 0 1
Dr.. N Bay VlllaK* i*'1' ide
KANENGIESER. I his. 69, I7S \
s- 1 n llfversldi
MILSTEIN. I.
Ml Rlvei -nl.
MINKIN, J.,v. 82, 11204) SW ".-tli >'t
v. ,\ man
NOVEK. Is.idol,-. 73, 111' '""llitis Avi
\t H Blaal
ROITER. Shifra 77 4"' Collins Ao
.\! I: Rivei
SAX. Isldi n _. 100 King Point I"
Blasl
STARK. Manny. 61 11.1 Indian < "rees:
Iir M B Blasbera
STONE. Lucille, IO3S0 W Baj Harbor
In R|> raldi
MORHAIM. Daniel 70, 801 W. 47ih
Cu, M.B Rl> erslde
RESNICK. Irvlni .1. '!. 8484 Cl <
\N, m.b Ri> erslde
RUBENSTEIN. Morn-, -v BJ4 Ocean
Dr M B I: i -v erslde
rye. w'ali.r k. M, 7S4 Michigan
Ave M I-- Riverside.
TAYLOR. Lillian K 55, 5101 Collins
Ave., M.B Rlveralde. Interment Mi.
Nebo
WEINSTEIN. Sarah. 88, 99 NE 167th
81 Blaaberg .
ANN is. Samuel K. 7t. 8M1 NE ITOOi
Bi Blaaberar.
BERKOWITZ. Herbert. 42, < oral
Qablea Neu man.
berman. Abraham, 88, --7 7th BI
M h Rlveralde
BLOOM. David, 82, 161 CoHIiw Avi
M.U Rlveraldf ,
GRINGLER. Sam. 88, 810 8Ul si .
M It N'ew man __ ,
pine. Tetta. 7> 17561 NE Sth Ave
Riverside lnt.rni.-ni Mar of Davia
RAIDV. Sylvia. 17. 81*1 NE IU1 St
Ui\.rslde.
ReKANT. Hose. B7, 8S75 Collln Ave..
M r. Kiversid.-
robins. Aaron. 7:. 1814 Alton Rd .
m li Rlveralde ,,,
SACKS. Abraham, 75, 8494 Colllm
\\e M B Riverside _
SILVERMAN. Frances, 89, 132 88nd
St M B lllasherc
TOPKINS. Lillian. 74. I8S.....**!!
Dr., m B Blaabertr.
WERTHEIMER, Milton. II, -..... Col-
||1 Ave. M B I'-'V.rside
CUPINSKY, Ann. KL MM BW
Ave Gordon. Intermanl Ml N*"
FLOOD. John J M, 4M Pal. rn.o AVC
Coral Gable* Kiyrsni.
FREEMAN, i>r Henrj '
cavne Bay Drive Newman
GOLDSTEIN. laldor J. M. >
niadel I>r N M Levitt
nidetch. Samuel, 86. 808 Weal Ave..
Mil l.evitt. .....
SANDNICK. Lillian U. -..... NK
IS^th Si. Riverside
EATON. Daniel. M, ""-" s\N Mtb St
GELLMAN. If-... 4..1 OcetMl !
ST'lRR.t.^Lewi.. 74. 100 Ba, V1
KSTofHowIrd CoUln. a-
ADLER. Murray. 4:-. ..... BV>
B&&**. -; """ '
,-, Hollyu.....i i:^--" .
BRADIE. Abram B, 78, 41 NN\ 4th
-r... t n Rivet Ide
GOODMAN, i ..... 5.
! Bay He -' M '' '
Intermenl Ml smai
GOLD. Sally, .a. 6911 ollins A\
M B Riven Ide.
GRANOWITZ. Jac; b Riverside.
GREEN. Joseph, 77. M" .Ith St M 1-
hartmann. Carrie, K. Collins
Ave M it Riversidi .
HERSHBEIN. Gussle, "". 161 M -""
st Gordon.
COLLIN. Hose 1. CH. Miami Beach
Newman.
Burdine^s l>isj>!ays Art
Elaine
m ill I- 'l by
ii.it ing the monl
. oil-., pastels and
i wings ill ispl -. ii ;ii the
and Dadelai from
Jan. 1-18; thx Dad land
'. d to tl >!:" I
sl ii foi il.- I isl half '! the month
'. ction from the Miami
st, re ii W i stland. A u.'iiive
it Miami, the artist, whose works
have app. ,r. n i anj national,
iv ional and group as well as one-
man sh ws, has won a number of
awards. Her paintings may be
Been in the permanenl collections
at the Miami Museum .>! Art and
tin' Lowe Museum.
Films Held Over
Wometco Theatres are showing
several films for the w cond week.
"Diary of a Mad Housewife" is
l'i Ing held over at ilu Carib, 163rd
Street Twin I. Mayfair, Hailan-
ilak'. Gateway and Boca Raton: "I
Love My Wife" is at the Miami.
Miracle, Patio. Byron, 27th Ave
Drive-in and North Andrews and
Davie Blvd. Drive-ins. Continuing
its run at thi> Twin II anil Carlyle
is "Lovers and Other Strangi rs";
"The Aristocats" remain at Palm
Springs, 'Dorian Gray" at the
Sunset, Parkway and Normandy.
nr..l *T.>"" nt th.. Pln7a. H"M*",'*o.>ii.
Temple Emanu-El Services
For Jacob Kabinowilz, 80
Fui i:
i in itz, ''.'i;'.
It ad- r and
JACOa KABINOWITZ
Diam nd Center, were held Tues-
day in Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. Rabinowitz, whose home
was at 10375 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, died Sunday at Mount
IIo.....
A native
II
: -. It'.il in PI I- lp
Pa i
. i had bei 11 on
., i i in its Combint d Jew .- i
-i a< I I 'mi rg< ncy Fund
. foi several yean se
i n an ol Its Jewi
l ii\ ision.
Rabinowitz, a men ber "f
the r". il' ration's CentUTJ
.,;.., served on its board ol go*er-
nors and Ihe board of th Jewish
Horn i ir the Aged, !( waa .
ni' ml i and trustee of Tem
Emanu-El, i longed to the Mahi
in' and the National Confl
nci ot Chi istians am) Jews
i-i! n r at< 'I In the United f
cami
Mi Rabinjwitz was a recipient
ol tin Bosworth Award, sponsotv i
by the Mercantile Division of V
, ration and bad baan an rawa
ot the Israel Bond Organization.
Mr k .i.in.iuit/' iui vivora include
his wit.-. Manya, sons David and
Morris, daughter Goldie Goldstein
ami 10 grandchildren.
Burial took place In Mount Nebo
Cemetery; Riverside Chapel waa
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Mm'.er:
National Funeral
Directurs AsMn.
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plane and train.)..
Trouble for a whole string of Post
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Trouble for you and the person who's
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In fact, trouble for everybody who uses
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r, January 1. 1971
* Jurist Horkltam
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
KCU NOTICE
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
kNO FOR OAOE COUNTY,
-ORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4452
IIOTICE TO CREDITORS
| Batata of
H J. Ll'KI V
d.
Creditors and All Prnmns llav-
.ims ->r demands Against Said
are hereby notified ami re-
It.. dtmmiI an> claims anil do-
which vou may have nt/amst
. .,i JOSKPH .1. LURIA d<
r".u"'y',KI;:" '" I V.....I:"' '"' ANNA *. OIBBH
of Dade t nun- [deceased late of Hade County. Flor-
. to the Count) .llliiuc* of Hade land file
and file Ihe nme in dupll-1 ** l..... ''
i.raided In Section 7:Wt-4'aHai"^'*.
StHlule*. in (h>|r uf f ices 1 CourthouK
tint) Courthouse li I Mile
,1. ..f Dude
i.unly Judgf
file the same in 'Hipll, .1 '. an,I
tidied in Section T33.li;. Florida
in their offlcea in the Coun-
loUse in l*ale ODUIlty, Plor-
"' mx calendar months from
f the fir-l publication h.-re-
., m< 111 he barred
1 Miami, Florida, thia I4ih
, mber \ l> 1970.
l-.i J l.urla
I... tI l.uria
\- Bxecutora
publication of this nnti .
.lav of I'.-..-mber. 1VT0
K U'l \V nuiTBU,
NS' IN tt ki:\iv
I for Kte.-uti. ,
IBi 81 Suite 304
rld.i
I| 18.S 1 ''
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4408
GEORGE T. CLARK
. ., NT|CE TO CREDITORS
1 In UK nVu......f
ANNA M BIBBS,
I Deceased
To All creditors an.I All Paraona Ha*.
inn Claim* or Demanda Against Bald
Hatate
v..u are hereby notified and re-
lulled t.....-.in any elalma and de-
in.iii.is uhi.ii )nu mas bi
1 gainst
'y.
Coun'
enti-
le. Floii.i:
in the Co
IEGAI NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85135- B
In RE: Batata ,.r
SAMI Kl. KAUFMAN
I Ill'.IS, ll
NOTICE To CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Paraona ltav-
mik (."hum.-. 1.1 11. mauds Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified and reouir-
ed to present any claim* and demands
which you ma) have asalnal tin -
taie 1.1 SAMUEL KAUFMAN .1..-. a.--
>d late <: Dade Coanly, Florida to
tii.- Count) Judge* of Dad* County,!
lECNt NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY orV'BN that
; the aoderaigned, dualling to encase
! in business under the fictitious nam
of BOB 'N BBS at 5411 N.B.
. Ave., Miami init-n.ls t.. reaiater
11.mi- with tin- Clerk of th. circuit
I Court ol Dade County, Florida.
REAL urn.1 iINOs, i.vc
KE8SI.EK, ROTH, 8HERADSKY
! A BECKKHMAN
Att'.rn.-vs for a|.;di.-ant
'"". 8.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami, Fla.
IS I1-1S-5S, 1 1
County, Florida, within ab calendar
nw>n the from the first publication
hereof, or the aame will be barr !
Hated at Miami. Florida 1I11- -''id
day 1.1 December, A.D 1870.
Helena K l.cnier
Aa Executrix
Fll 1 iml.h.-a 11011 ..f this noli... on
Hi.- i*ili dai ..f December 1970
! I.in i.N A BPBTHIN
Attorne) for Bxecutrix
I 4l'm Lincoln Road
. Miami Beach. Florida. J3139
I 13 is--:" 1 1 -k
' he I .i.nc in liuiill. ate and
1 in Section 723 if,, Florida
1 their offlcea In the County
in Dude County, Florida,
within si\ calendar momhs from the
lima of the flrat publication h.-ie..f
or the same uill be barred.
Dated hi Miami, Florida, this 3rd
daj .,( Dei mber, a D, IWO.
DEl'LAH STBRN
As Bxecutrix
Firal publication "i this* notice on
lb.- Pili An) "( Decemlier, l"7n.
MVBRS, KAPLAN*, POUTER,
I i:\INSi iN St KENIN
Attorn*" for Executrix
1 ISO S \V r Irat ,.tr,
Miami, FI01 ...
ii ii-i*-:.-, 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CI-: IS HEREHY GIVEN that
atgncd ilesii : c In ikaue in
under t!i flctltli u- name
. INTERIR8 at
.: '
.
I r if in- I'.:. 11.t Cou
WH I RTKTMH
TiNNK I'H < INti
:ixstein *
I I
1 Jemai W. '- i.in- *
NOTICE 'jNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,; 1* 1 \ fllVEN
Is undi i titlou
ti^r i.nt-\-i;K m 4-.1 .-. w ','
, the 1 1. of 'li. Cli n

Dud. P
ISAIIEI
EH, ROT
. KRM,
re for
Ird .
n 1
NOTICE
It CIHCUI
'ENTH JU
FLORIDA
''
PEN
!R.\DSKT
, 1
CTION
WRT OF THE
AL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No 70.?Ja26
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I. SIM.-.
-IMS.
n 11 Sims
I'Tikl
c, ,-i \ .... by no-
.. i .1 Hill i !' in. ...fit lor
I .-. I.. .1. filed airiiinat you,
- u'r'.'l fn ''
.,..., p adlnR
lulalnl Ihi Plaintlfrc
I M'K BEI'SKi iWTTZ,
.WITZ ANT) CROSSMAN,
10 l.in.. Iii Ronrt. Suite
. ... h. Florida I Mi
inal \ 11 w.r or riea.llmr in
. .f th- 11 or In t ir* the lioth du) "f
i;71 fil '" ''" ""
t by d.-fnul' "ill be taken
> 11 f..r the relief demanded *
II of ComoLiint.
lOtlca shall be puhliahad once
k for four consecutive weeks
I JEWISH FLORJDIAN
AM> ORDERKD at Miami,
this 16th day of Daeamber
11' LBATrTERMAIC, clerlt.
it Court, I>ade County. hT>rida
By: U BNKEDEN
IVputv Clerk
Curt Seali
EOWITZ ANli GROSSMAN,
roln RiNid. Butta *"1
^tMu'h. Florida 381W
U U-SB, 1 l-1-
. NOTICZ Zr ACTION
i thr county judges court
Hand for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 70-4515
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ratate of
lAI.I.INC.KIL
REDBRICK A MAI.I.1NCIJ-.
a*d
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 70-723S9
SL IT FOR DIVORCE
IIAlii 1! D V \ ASHKY,

PAru'vEVASlflCY,
I fci.tuWU*
Ti 1 PACLINE VASHE'
in' IV ad
K 11
Ti u, I'M LINE v \-. 11 .Y, in I ere-
you, you aii ulred I 1
. 1 .
,: n Pllill
lARi 1 H ci'.'.si:.
' -'' Ml
ami. I ano I
rial Vi ....... i.i : It tl
of the Clet 1 1,
J ,1... ol ..
, ludtcrn.
b) defau v' '
(,.T the 1. in the Hill of
I omi'laint
This 11..ti li til b. published on .
. ai h 1, f.n .-uliv. wet 1
In THE JEW I.-II PfAHtlDI VN
IniNI-: ANN "IIIIHKKH at Miami
Florida, tin- 9th dby of Deceaaber
Ali I! 1"
1: 1: I BATHERMAN, CJerk,
.:. mi curt, i'. Ii i 'limy. Florida
ll> c P. Ct I'KI.ANH
H.-|.i|i.. Cl.
(ill '"in t Seall
II \i;.i! H 'I' \SE. ESKfc
.;.'.' Wi I Kl -: SI 1
Miami. Klorl bt
r I8-Jf
IN THE COUNTY -UlXILICTUfTT")
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.N PROBATE
No /'I-1S47
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR O'STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE i. dale 1
s > .1 llli. A If HAM \M SCHUAZER,
1 -. .
SOTICB is hereby .'. .n that we
have filed "Ui Final It-...... and I'. li
for 1 e-1'.-ii '-11 -I Final 11
.......\ 'i'->y 1 he -tat.
, : SAMI Hi. AHF M'AV SCHI AZKK.
,1, eaard: ind thai On the llth nay
..t January, 1971, will appi) I th*
11.....lai... County .iuiIk.'" of Dada
1 1 tmty. Florida, fr apnr val of aaw
Final Report and I lUtlon ami
final dlsuhame a- ------x,''"',''.'s
bove-named decedent. Tlli
da) of December, IlT<.
/a/ .Michael s.'hbuer
lm 1 tavld Bchlaxer
Oo-Rxeoutora
fcRONOVlTZ, BIDVBR <>OTll
B) Mav-It. MiHer. Attorney
>"s \ii'-l.-v BuHdlmj
Miami Florida 3313J
1- it-la-..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
70-42b/
No
in RE: EM at 1 of
XI.1.1 IK 11H"
1 i- a m:i !..
I.,. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Cn ad All Pcrai Flav-
or Di manda Avail -' s ild
'2't:.tc:
V. 1 .. hen bj nol Ifl 1 n "' ""O'tir-
in; I 1 'I. nd del
ivhlch yi u nay
: mil: k'a nei 1.
1 ,1. I In 11 Cou n O
h'lorliln i.i-,
; rv>i
1.. 1
733.16, Florida S-.itutes in thi
1 ml ..!.
; '. County Florid
. 1 .
flrai publh hex ami
will I.I i '
;>it,.1 1' .'. 11. ;
1 1 I'T
HEN It C'OHN
\- '... ut. 1
I*-. pni.'a-;." .. 01 thi< notice
Ui.- 1 'th iuq ..1 1.., ml !, 1970.
l.< 'IIS Oil I.MA.N
Attorne) for
; ..I > i:l.l. OHN
926 tngrahant KuiMHir
12 ii-'-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND COR DAPE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4343
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Qatar* ..f
MORRIS Hi iSHN"IIUI'TII.
11. i-enseil
To All Cretlllora and All Personn II..-.-
ili Clailn^ or ll.-in:, lids AfCainel Said
Bi late
Vou are hereby notified ami r.--
iiuired to prewnt any latins ami de-
manda which you nun have aajalnat 1
the eslat. of MORRIS (V iSKXIIMTII '
Edeceaaed lai.- ol Dade County, Florida,
I to the Count) .ludK.-s of Dade County,
land file iii.- aame in duplicate and aa
provided hn Section 733.1* Florida
Sta'..t.s. in their offlcea in the Coun-
Ity Courlhouae In Had.- County, FWh
Ida, A'ithltl HlX 1 al.-mlal' Inotillis from
the lime ol the flral publication here-
of, 01 thi ''.' rred. .
Dated ui Mi.mi Florida, th
' da) of 1 '. mi.,-.. \ 11 in""
HUM.II' "l- VLEK
Aa / ratoi
Flrat puli] 1
' ilaj I 1. IH70
JOSEPH .-' "I
\ : t..l nej
.1 ..,.'. Hi ill 11 F
;-IH-83 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
8nd I No. 70-22133
said I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANCIS U SIMI N.
Plaintiff,
VI
i.'irrsK simcv.
Defendant
TO: LOUISE SIMl'N
7341 DennlHton Avenue
Pittabunch. P< nneylvania 15311
You. i.niisi.' SIMl'N. are hereby
I notified that a Bill of Complalntafor
Divorce bar been filed aitainst vou.
'and vou m, required lo aerve .1
'. sour Anawer or PleMNna to Ihe
Kill of Ci mi la t on the Plaintiff a
attorney, MARSHALL H FISHER,
7914-A H.W. 1 nil street, Miami,
Florida nnel file the orlgli ii
\11-u. r or Pli ad '.i; In tl office of
the Clerk ol the Clrouil Court on or
before the t'-'li dn) ol January, 1971,
If you fail lo do s... hida-menl by
default "ill be taken aa-alnal you for
the relief d. in.inile.l in the Hill of
Complaint
This notice shall be published on<*e
each week for four r-nnaecullve waeka
in Till: JEWISH FI.OK1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tins 7th day of December
A Ii 1970
V. II I BATHERMAN, Cleri
Cln nit 1 "ourt, 11 '' unt) FI01 Ida
U) P Cl iPELAND
I lepul y Cli
(Circuit Sei .
y VRRH M.I 11
7 I \ .- ,
I Mia 111 I
Attori
12
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thin "fl
or,
1 1
of
Mh
:.'. 1/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 70-22454
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN VYAJltv.
inalntlff.
1(. is IH WAUK.
Defendant.
To: ROBS WAKE
lteaidence Knknnwn
Vou ROSHB WARE, are hcr.h> nn-
1 tlf,.-.i that a mil "f Complaint
Divorce has been filed aalnl
!Uir.'.l t
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DIC IAL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22322
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STH/ RT 1'AII.N.
.iff.
'.
MART" I'MIX,
I TO: MARY HAI'N'
it! Ham ..--' '
I -.it t > Si v Ji
You. MARY DAHN,
thai a BUI "i Complaint for
Divorci hi bet n I lied agali .. .
and you are i-.iun.'.l lo aerve R cop)
,.i ; on \ .. .( pli idlni I lh
BUI "l Complaini on Ihi Plalntifl .- at-
EMI HI. t* HAl.l'KRN. 11'"
- \\ 10th Aval ue, Suite 17-G, Mtam
Florida Telephom 379-3S1I and :
the oriKinal Anawer or Plead
th. .tii.....I the Clerl of the <'
cuit i'..uri on or '" (ore the I5tl
day of January, 1971 li you faU lo
do so. judgment by default will be
taken acainat you for the relief da-
iii.iiiil.il In th.- Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall bo published once
each week lor four cons.eutiv.- weeks
ill TUB JEWISH KI/ilUHlAN.
DONB AND ORDBHBD at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of December
AD, 1970.
B. B. I.i:.\THEILMAV. Cleik.
Circuit Court. I>ad- County, Florida
By: MAJU3VERITB KB.NX
Deputy ClerK
(Circuit Curt Baal)
KNHB1. ft HALPBRN
140" M.W, 10th Ave.. 17-G
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for lTiiinliff
NOTICE UNDER
IN THE COl'NTY JUDGE'S COURT !
IN tND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLCKIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 70-4440
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Rl i.t
i. \ '.', MAN
...
To All 'li'"' and All Pen 11
Demand I S
i: .
You
.am. d to pi my i i.n'ii- '"I de-
is whli h >ou mil) have nuainsl
the late of DAVID OI.1CKMAN
,i,. i -. il late "i Dnde Count I Tida.
. to the Count) Judpji I Dudi Cou
,,i .I til. tl --.in"" U "id as
provldt .1 i Sei lion "l I HI, Fl; i Ida
,,i..- In their ofl pa In the I oun-
iv i' in.....use n. I indi County, Floi -
| Ida, v. thin i-nlendai mi i
ihe lime Ho ti'"' PuWn .H
i the mini II
Dated il Miami,
froi
her.
In i... rred
Florida, tins
7th
l. )
F
Dei mber, A H I9i
.11 III S I FA BY
v vdn trutor
ral on
., i.,-i- .:, i
l v\ PER FIHEDM ^
\ ,.. i \
. f II Heel
" .
.'.' I S -
IN THE CO' NTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH DAI 1 f yt
FLORIDA IN D~CBATE
N 1617
JOHN ANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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ida, wllhil
Ihe time i Ihe flral pu
Mo name i .. i i. ed
Dated nl M .nr. Fliu la, Ih
day ol l.....nbi i v 1. 197 i
Kl'RT v\ BLI.ISi 'il and I'l"' IPI ES
FIRST \" \TM>NM, HANK OK
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I

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY,
FLOHIDA
CASE NO. 70-22C15
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
MARIA UAKBAIIA I" iMINUl'EZ
I laintlil.
I'KI.AM"' l> 'MINOCEZ
BNRIUl a ESTRADA VXD
BVANOBMNA BSTKADA
I i.I.-inl. nt.s
TO; BNRIQfE B8TRADA AND
K\ ANOELINA ESTRADA
314-Sth Stre.-I
Union City, New Jersey
YOU ABB HBRBBY NOTTPIBD
(hat an action to Impreaa
and compel >oU t" convey
actual owners the property
y..u hold in trust the aame
".or Hi, of JOHN A CAMPBELLS
I.IITI.i: FARMS, according o
nl.il there..! recorded m part "o"
40, Knee I'l. Of the Public Ke-
.-oi-rts of Dade County, noridn.
has been filed aflUlnal you nml yr.JI
iir.. raqUlreS to --rye yur written
I. -i.ii-es it any. to II on Kr.r. W U
SBNBORN. attorney for the plain.
Whose address is. Suite 401
tiff
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Flasler Federal Kuililini:
ICE IS HBHBKY (S1VKN that r ,rst Street. Miami. Honda and IIW
d. deairtng to enKiMte In ,,. orlalnal on the Clerk or
IN THE COUNT*, JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOS DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7:'-4?04
NOTICE fO CREDITORS
I '
ADELIA M i 'I'H
. I eased
To All Ci
i '!.i in- >.. Said
Betati
You an -i.i re -
'quired i" present an) claims and de-
' n. J al ii n havi '
eatati of ADELIA M COPE
d,.,,;,., ,i lati ol l .'.de Count) Florida,
lo the Count) Judge* "t Had.- County,
land file the an me In dunllcate and .-
BTOVbletl in Section 783.1a. Florida
I Statutes, in Ihelr offlcea in the Coun-
ty Oounhouae In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within all calendar montha from
first publication here-
(ii. or Ihe si.m.- a ill be barred. .
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 1Mb
day of November, A.D. K'T"
ROBERT RANDALL COPE
MARY KI.IZAKKTH KENNEDY
Aa Co-Executor*
First publication of this notice on
the llth day of He ember. 1970.
IKAMI'EL 8TEEN
I Attorney for C..-B\.-eutora
P.O. Kox I8M, Coral tSablea, Fta.
u n-is-::, l '1
trust
which I'
belntt:
f.
you.
opy
i
file Hi.- same in dui'h-
-,,vi,'.-.l iii Si ctlOU 7';3
siatut.-s, in their offlcea
c .unty Couriliou-. in Dad"
I-1..i Ida with n si\ caienoar
from the Oral publication
- ii,e aame will h. tow*.
al Mi.no Floi .... Ihhi Wthli
.nil., r. V 1
ILH.l IAN JIAROrLODB
\ ,'.x. uirlx
publication ol Ihli
lav ol Pucel
cohb:
CxeculriX
19th \miiU'
Beach, Fla i'3i2
notice
I Mo,
I^E%r>^
Kl!.,,.l ibis 10th .i.c- "I 1' "''
D ,';' h LBATHBRMAN. CJart
......in Cou-' Dade I ounty, Florida
," DONALD TAI TENHAN
l I l. k
(Circuit Court S all ,
WOLFSON, DIAMOND
HARRINtlTON I'A
Bj John r- 'i-'i- tuglon
toad
llll-M i/i-l Miami Baanh. i
NOTICE UNDER
:TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS RBREHY OH KN thai
eriixned. deairlnn lo enguK<
ui.'i.-i the '" lit low nami
PAC TAI BNTS bl Pi AT-
at 7121 KiscMie Boul. warcl.
rior.da intend to reiiisl.r said
Hh the Clerk of the Circuit
Dade County, Floriua,
Allen iadol
Roheri A l > An
Jacalyo Uarj '
l/l-a-xe-**

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NCnCL IS Hr.Kl-KV lll\h
he ... '" '" "'
,,' buelneaa und-r ih. fh-tilloua name
MTV S.'.KVI. ': RBIeRIOERATlON
2* m ?ml Bt, Wtami Beach Intend
.. reaiater with the lerk
'''"'""m-MAN BHALOMITH
IIABTIN 8HBLl>ON MICHABt^
it/ ..-IS-.-, i,
BOTH ':
Ihe undersign
business under the fictitious name
of SAM'S PMSZA al 731S 8.W 7th
Av. Miami intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the CiroStt
, Court of Had. County. Florida
ELLSWORTH FINFROC
KESSLBR, ROTH, SHERADSKV *
IIBCKBRMAN
| Attorneya for applicant
189a S \V Jrd Av.
Miami, Fla. 1313.
U 18-2." i l-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATfc
No. 70 not
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In KK (Batata of
MORRIS K M':.AN-
li, a-, t.
To All ''redltoin and ^|! Per on* Hav-
iii>; Claims or Demand* \t..n.-: 8 d
i Baiau:
v.u are hereby no'lrled ami re-
', quired to preaenl
I manda which you may .. .nain-t
' ihe estat,- ot Mi IRRIS KAPI Vv
,.,t ;.,., of Dad. I "ounty, Florida
to Ihe Count > Judges ol l' de I "ou
provided hi '"
.". In their ofl
ly CourlhouM I) nni I
lendar I '" m
! 'be time of |h '
of, or the sim- u ill I.....ai "I
l ...t...I al Miami, PI irrda rh 84*
... I le.ellll.. r, A I '
,ii I SI I'll S< '! )IIBR
GLADYS 1 HAMi'M '
A* Rxi utoi
FirM 1'ic on ,
the llth da) ol Dei einb< r,
jdSin'H SCKMIBH
ai........'. lot Executor*
003 Lin. "in lwud, Miami Beach, Fla
12/11-13 -i 1,1 '
ith.-rw i
iM'lore January 16. 1971,
Judamenl may be entered agalm
for r. lief demand.
for r. H.t uemaino o. _..,v
To be published once each iecK
for f"Ur ens.-, mive waeka In the
JEWISH Fl.ORlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and seal ot
.a,.l curt at Miami. Florida on tins
4th day of December, 1870,
K H IJCATHKRMAN, Clerk
Cl BRK "'' CIRCUIT CO! RT
!.. Count) Florida
I.. C. P OPEI AND
as UapUU '' i : "
i i'K WBIS8BNBORN
-a 4"l ,
Fluab i '' deral Building
I11> ;: ''.: I BI
.Miaou. FIOI '
I ; -
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your leqoi notic*
We appreciate youi
parxonnqe and guarantee
accuiate service at iegal
ruteB .
mat .ir.i. 14505
tor messerqer aerrlce
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4359
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In 'IB: Batata of
ALEXANDER SENA1 KE
I *'*. a' ,
: To All creditors and All Persona Hay-
ing Claims or Demanda Agatnal Bald
"y'.-u are hereby notified and re-
.... r cl lima and de
which v. ii ma) have agalni
the ratal. I VNDER
NAI'KK deceaaed late ol Dade '
ty Florida, t" ihi "
Had.- County, at il file th
duplicate and I"''
tut.
the <
;, Cou t> Florli._.
from th. Urn.
an t II '" i ,.
.,; Miami Florida,
A II
nun. .1
mands
SE-
in-
ludgi
sani' in
n Section
then '
Courthoui
'a. w it III'
the
'I.
01
this
1970
IKN1A si ,N '
IS \ \.' SENA1 u
. AeCUtol .
' '
th.' ''
SIM( ,v H .. NI'U KRU
E
nale) Bull
i

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NOTICE LMOER
FICTITIOUS NAME L A .V
NOTICE IS HERBICi IIIVBN lhal
tl,.. undei ": ll;"
.ii ou- im .
..f i !: Mi '.v "'
:.:.i< \vi M II
num. with clerk
i i ..' Dade I m>-
Remudo
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Friday. January | >
Tc IMfl ";-:-:-.-- event in our .-'/
yf h ator) .. i-r- an Sm 'g; g:*; a out
*-;-; F=EE r::3
CE = F 1*"S GOOD AT AN> Pufi- t
SUPERMARKET NSOUTH FLOfl DA .----
ooer y ac M .:.-=:::.-*- :_ ;:: J".;j*.
In addition to 1 awn
BONUS :i- 5REE --'.-: -
I t both America)
OKI ~ : : -.: ;
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at 1200 Line: Roae -.'-.-- -:i.
......
cart' : ... and tl aonus S4H
Gre*- added la
-..-';- the
first of ti ntoAmi Savings
'.. the: : .; :-; year!
WIN A FREE
TRIP TO ISRAEL
\TlCM Of
Ope- to *.?-.:---:.?' '.:r'-t':b-'.. -::-'-;: d3 ...: ?
name in Ojr FREE DRAWING. First Pi ze it a FREE ROUND
7= P TO ISRAEL FO* The LUCKY r. NNER Entry t'a-s a.:- ri
Oceansitie (Main] a->d Ba.s.de (Branch). A.r Iranaportabon arranged -
eoeoeral an tt and Uwoogti tha courts ay o' Eastern L ines ':-
M a- : Man fort andE A nes from New York to Israel.
Tvps^!;)" i~-gi by
ZENITH
EASTERN
TOWfi OPERATOR WHOLESALERS

one'lnf we**'/ fro*.s lourt
te.*..'-;.. ;.e ajNd
All accounts opened before the 10th ef January aarn interest
from Die i$t of January pro*dad the funds remain on Ge?oit
with ut until the end of the quarter.
PICK THE SAVIN6S PLAN THAT SUITS YOU BEST!
Alt ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $20 000
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM ANYWHERE (N THE U S
MERICAN SAVINGS
L.& LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH
MAW (0CLANS4K) OFFICE 1155 Wsstaftai Avenue 'corner if Uacelt laafl a IATSIDE MARCH: 1200 Ltacili leM (uraer at *tti u
SERVING MIAMI REACH
SMCfAJtO MOAO, Chairman ./ the Bowi
FROM OCEAN TO 1AY
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