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The Jewish Floridian ( January 8, 1971 )

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Friday. January 8, 1971
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Actor Gould To
Produce, Direct
l\ SPITE
I .....
<>:' HIS lar -
tl G uld fi els Irj a, humili iting p sit on as
. -
has two
ul films under
y Carol & Ted & v
'. .'. S ii" yet he is un sj
in h
lucing nd eventually dire
"An actor need ttuch," El-
liotl maintained. "First comes the
script, then the producer, then the
rector, but the actor has to be
the end result. He's the catalyst. And since many
properties are launched with little taste merely
for profit motives the screen performer often
winds up being mediocre in a mediocre property."
"I'm not interested in production ol quality,"
ho continued. "Most rs todaj have several
f things on the boards I once, They're playing per-
centages, hoping that one of them I I to
moke monej and there's in iwful >t of money
to be m enti rtaii iro nl But the
satisfaction, the real payoff, conies when one has
lone s imething thai is imcthii g that
is different eno igh to b | irl of what is really
lay."
Born in Brooklyn, Gould, who once pounded a
punch bag between acting chores, for $11 a day at
Bloomingdale's in New York, made his Broadway
debut in a short-lived musical called "Rumple." and
followed that with roles in 'Say, Darling" and "Irma
La Douce." He first gained recognition in "I Can
Got It For You Wholesale." in which a little girl
by the name of Barbra Streisand made her debut in
a small role (to become his wife for an encore). Ho
L-amo to London for tlic West End production of
"On The Town" and toured the U.S. with Liza
Minelli in the musical "The Fantasticks."
Most recently. Elliott appeared on Broadway in
Jules Feiffor's "Little Murders." Though the play
closed after one week, he h is now decided to make
it into a movie, which will be his first as a producer-
actor.
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
'The Holy City'
AUTHOR Avraham Holtz has compiled and edited a
most interesting anthology, The Holy City (W. W.
Norton & Company. $6.00>. Whereas others! such as
Salvador de Madariaga, have asserted
that Jews have lived on two planes
space and time Holtz has a substitute
tl for time. Ho believes that throughout
J their history, Jews have lived where they
were thrown by the accidents of history,
but the "second plane" was always
Jerusalem, which was considered the
center of the universe by our sages.
His anthology, intended to illustrate
the contrality of Jerusalem in our history and tradition
from the earliest days to the present, is divided into seven
s.^tions, including early history, laws and legislation,
legends, song, poem and pray"', travel literature, New-Old
Jerusalem, and the Six-Day War. There is an appendix of
further readings for those who wish t i pursue the subjeel
and the introduction to the book Hi nl
bird's- .' \ iew ol th histo
The I i ; is i ffus I with a wan j for
tne |j ted by an author
with lo ham
Holt/ ;; ,,,,.,,
at tl.' Jew
It is intei 0f ,h(,
city cor,- h o Ji ., ;, poxin iti > 60,000
Moslems and 5,000 persons of other origins. Furtherm
wliere,ls Jerusalem is the heartland of Judaism, it
only third in religious importance to Islam, after Medina
and Mecca; the city a.s a whole is of little importance to
Christianity. For the adherents of this daughter-religion
of Judaism, there are only specific places which are of
concern and those places are marked by churches which
have been erected over them.

Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Behind Israel's Prison Walls
A NEWSPAPER head Id have re d: "Ex-
ht in [sr tel Jail" and the y c tuld
havi told a v ttl with m nj vi il ms
I by and
story would have been true but
ht Vltttrfls wert
ips an l knights on th ch ss bo
the excit< m -nl '.'..is In the annual
i hi ss match for the nation's c
Visitors who pass the quiet I
J walls of the various prisons In
Israel sometimes sigh unhappily
when they think of Jewish prison-
OrS. "lil Israel too ." they say.
Somehow. Israelis should be different, better, not
subject to the same weaknesses and flaws as human
beings elsewhere. Alas, we are no better and l
hope, no worse.
But what goes or. behind those prison walls is
in many n s] ects quite unusual. The principal pur-
ment is human rehabilitation,
. revenge t iken by soi tj i ;ains1 those who have
The annu l chess t turnament is one
such ittempl to restore human dignity. In this par-
tch, convicts from three prisons were
pi;: a ;ait si each other for the national champion-
shi]. First piece wag captured by a wife murderer.
ill \' i- closely followed by a young convict in for
fraud,
Perhaps better known than the chess tourna-
ment is the annual contest to determine the Bible
champion of Israel's prisons. The 15 contestants
who this year took part in the finals accounted for
sentences totalling more than 200 years among

U :
-
: .
thai ng these men
\ Moslem, i
* hri l nd Druze the 15; 5
was also ore : mali ft the V* Howe ol
who hod been ; ting a
house ol ; restitution.
Tii. si the u( stions
I. i. ,,it. r the other. Th conti stants war
approp iatelj Iressed in white sh I the occa-
s Othei ; >ni l"'1 ocea-
j shouti I out im| itienl i hints to
the contestants. Thi i nse of loy ilty e ich
R '
i, T 1 Mi nd or Ni h the
instil lion was it stake, and honor ha come to
ol I
Ii -hold i no sui I prisons
thi n ',. ii (un ty I ;-
I, i ii iroie to return to
their famil I week end family
simch i h nlighti ned pi i u an ln
stitution for the enforcement if Israel
Supreme Court Justice Hum Oohen, who tayi
Tiii y an an vil; the only justification for n I
ing them in our systems of law enforcement is the
fact that so far no hetb r substitute is available."
IN THE THEATRE
By George Friedman
America's 1st Sudanese M.D.
* SPECIALIST IN orthopedic and hand surgery at 22,
Shal im Abboudi h is si vi ral distinctions. Three \
le, with the aid of the American Council for
in the Pr -. America's first l..- ns id Suda-
nese physician. And he is an Orthodox Jew who beli ves
the United States is wisi Middli Easl middle-
Dr. Abboudi left his native country after concluding
that despite the skills he had acquired at the University
ol Khartoum, his future there, both as a professional and
is a Jew, was bleak. The Sudanese Jewish community
numbered about "00 in 1958, and the Jewish exodus be-
gan in 1961. He himself got out surreptitiously one month
before the Six-Day War.
The burly, prize-winning medico wanted to go to
Israel or England, but a friend recommended America is
a more favorable place. For two years now he has trained
with the Army ut Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, and is under
obligation to the service until 1974. when he hopes to
locate in New York with his wife (daughter of the for.
ner rabbi of Khartoum, who fled to France! and their
two childri n.
Although Ihi ty of tl
ountrys 1; million inl have no concept of r>
pa and
an ; : ,
musl desti >j I." Dr. Abb ,i | (Tl
utherners are mainrj rlh
to think ol then.. but t^oj
Mosli
Tin physic u >bserved, The government is K-
coming more and more and they'n
Africans, not Arabs that's what bugs me." But he
himself bears no "fantastic hatred" toward Arab*- "I'm
not like a German Jew, nor like an Egyptian Jew."
Dr. AbixMidi feels the United States could give bra
"a little bit more aid, a little bit more help/' but tha'
maintaining "the status quo is good Tor Israel." He doesn't
think pouring American weaponry into Israel is nrces-
sarilj a good idea; to proponents of such a policy he re-
torts: "Sure we can do more we can start World
War III."

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
We're Starting To Resemble 1776
ClIAI.O.M. i'.'Tl.
i llad to si you.
He. a se ii M ike j h X i
ind : i': .-. eai. > ou kn
Whit shall I tell j iu? Y iu
. v what I was thii
In i it will be i
intry will be eel
enti il. Thi re will be
loings thi n, h?
You Know, as we i ppro (h 197 '.
os to me we are
ITTl e and more. The
men of 1776 wore their hair long
and wigs and short pants and even ribbons in their
hair sometimes. By 1976, the men may be showing
their legs in short knee breeches. We may all look
like Bei Franklin, Washing! : ; .,
u something 1971 | ,K '
,peyou nent II
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tin nd
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p'amed '! n the
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'"' 'YT' They sTLl
inad too much 8 p r,goroSerT
I am not saying. 1971, thai there is not JlM,
in
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t~wtsti fktidnni
Page 15- A.
U NOTICE
IEGAL NOTKE
I
LEGAl NOTKE
IEGAI NOTKE
JNTY JUDGE'S COURT
OR OAOE COUNTY.
)AIN PROBATE
No. 70-4252
SE TO CREDITORS
6l,l/i
Itorv : ml .Ml Persona Hav- i
or I N mauds Against Sftld I
>reby notified iiihI re-
.eiit imv claims and fie-
ri] you ma) have against
f ..f TONY Ml illEI.I i
late of Dade Coun-
i.] ihi- County Judge* ..f
My, ami file the samr in
iii as provided la Section
ri'l.i Sintutes. In (heir of-
Cunty Courthouse in
Florida, within six cal-
kins from the time of the
ration hereof, or the agate
d.
Miami Florida, this -i~i
ember, A.D 1*70.
; JKAN MOHJSLLO
I As Administratrix
phiirati"'. of this notice on
u of h.....mliir, 1970.
N :.Fi'-nrK
>r Administratrix
|l.-r SI Miami, Fla.
II Jj l l--lS
lOTICE OF ACTION
[CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
{NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
fLORIDA IN AND FOR
;OUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23071
JUIT FOR DIVORCE
TA*l I HI
[OKURA I IYLOR.
OR
| IR
i if
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-21140
SUIT FOR LIEN FORECLOSURE
KINO FBNCE OF MIAMI. INC.
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWARD ORABERT and
OLIVE ROSE HRAHERT.
a/k/a OLIVIA SHEPPAHD, bis wife,
Defendants.
TO: Edward Qrabert & Olive Rose
Oraberl
a/k/a Olivia Sheppard. Ins wife,
You. EDWARD ORABERT AND
OLIVE R08E ORABERT are hereby
notified tiini a Hill of Complain) for
IJen Pni '' Insui .- lias been filed
against you on
\a-i :\~. Block 81 of scott LAKE
UANOR, Beotlon I tccordlna to
the plat ihei.....f. as recorded in
Plat Book ;:.. page in of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida. conunonty fcnown as 17'-
40 N.W. Mill Avenue. Miami.
Florida,
and you are r..|iijred to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to ihe
Hill" of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, OBOHUE GILBERT and
KENNETH N It.KANT. Sulie 2S, 1
Uncoln ltd lildit Miami Beach, Fla .
Tel No 538-4311 and file Hi. orlal-
nal Answer or Pleading In the office
of Tin- Clerk of Hie Circuit Court on
,.r before the 22nd day of January,
1971 li you fall to do s,.. Judgment by
default will I"- taken agalnsl you for
Hi.- relief demanded In thi Bill "f
Complaint
I'll.- notice shall be published once
. ach wet k '"i four eonseeul weeks
HE JEWISH I'M OR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nl MI'inil.
I Till day I..
A.D
r n II' VTHERM VN
, pi' unl.v, Fl>i Ida
Bj <" 'I'M \N
1 leput) '"
(Circuit '' un H
OEOKOE UN BERT AM'
KBNNK I'M N HeKANT
BqIIi I ii. ..In K.I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
j Hie undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CREATIVE PACKAGINO, INC al
> N.VY Eighth Street, Miami. Florida
i intend io register said name with the
Clerk of tiie cireuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
A I.I.EN FISCHER
CHARLES KVKIIKTT
Itt IN \l l> SVMi INS
WALTER i: MACKOUL
Atioi-ne> i..i Ubrporatlon
1219 1*1 tj National Hank Building
Miami, Florida 33139
i i .8-13-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualness under Hie fictitious name
of STANLEY I. ZAKARIN, HI'S
ai T""; s W *71ii Avenue, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
v th the Clerk of Ho- Circuit Court
..I' I ia.1.- 'otnity. Florida.
STANLEY I.. ZAKARIN, P A
BENNETT >: FBI DM AN, ESQ.
Attorney for Stanley 1. Zakarln, I'A
802 !oncord I'.uildimr
;.; West Fktgler Street
Miami, Florida 33180
!. ;.....
12 J". I 1-8-15
LEGAl NOTKE
= 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ih- undersigned, desiring t<. > ngage in
business under the fictitious name <>f
T'HUIST I1AZETTE a) P.O. Bog
23X2, Miami. Fla. ;:::l"l Intend I" re-
gister said 11.iln.- wiili ill,- Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CELESTINO I-OpEZ
josb LOPEZ
1 1-8-15-22
;i 1 vi IKCRA TA V
tamlsi
. w 1 Kei Japan
lBIK< Nl iKl'H \ TA*. 1
Bjiy notified that :,
1 for Divorce I..- been
I ; :> II
. ..|.\ ..|" \ nur Aii >' .,r >t
1 -
1: n .! 1.1. &
I i i.i n w 1 oth \' ii- Vttornej for p
Mil
rinsl f r Iii adlnn -------------
p. of Hi. Clerk of th. NOTICE UNDER
In on or before Ihe 29th day fictiticus NAMfc law
1 v ,1 fan ,,. do an NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVK.N
I .. ,.- up will I. taken the underslgnce., desirlns to
v,.,i for thi relief demanded In hit mess under
mnlalut.
siiad 1 piii.I:ah< .I once
tei d '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-4117
In HE' Kstaii of
. BECKIE GORDON
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i To All Credit..rs and All Person" HaV-
I |ng claims or Demand.- Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
' ed to present any elainis and demands
Which you may have against the es-
iaie of BECKIE OOBIKiN deceased
lute of Dade County, Florida, t" the
County Judges o| Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and aa pro-
vided in Section 738.18, Fhirldn Stat-
ute*, in their offices in tin- County
Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
tune of the first publication hereof,
,.r the same ill be hai n d,
Hated ai Miami, Florida, 'his 4th
dui ol Di nil..-i. A D 1971
JUDITH It' till NS< N
A- B> Ill i\
1 publii :.'.......f this m......
ihe 11th dnj of December, I!
RERNARD II 1 VFFE, TOBIN
ANDJAFFB
j r.ii r.\i:'-i trix
ks 1 : I eon lllvd
. iubli FI01 Ida
12 11 --'. I 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of ESSEX IH'I'SE HOTEL AND
APARTMENTS at 1001 Collins Ive-
nue, Miami Reach, Florida Intend* to
register -aid name with Ihe Clerk
of the Cireuit Court ..f Dade County.
Florida.
LE/.OM, INC
By: Bylvla Blrelcher 1 .vy. President
ICNOLANDER BURNETT
1 Lincoln Road HuildiiiK
Minnil Beach Florida
Attorneys f..i Lesom, Inc
12 ;; 1-8-15
per v ,
f,.ur -i nsi cut Ive weekn
IEWISH Ft iRIDIAN
IVH IR1 iERED ..1 Miami,
.;-: da) .1 December,
S LE \Tin:i:\iAN. cii ik.
1 ,,, 1. ,.1. 1',,,,.ii\ pim Ida
MARGUERITE KENT
11, nut \ 'i, rk
ourl S. il.
IFFICKS OF ENGEL AND
H \' PERN
V l"tli Avtnua Sulti 17 11
I
thai

Is
,,f 1: .1 DISCOUNT RECORDS
H01 n \\ .4th St Miami Flm Id
refii ler nald mi mi w T,i the
Cln un Court
I lade
loth
, 12'28 1 1.8-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
(ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 70-T309S
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
; 1: SHEII,
if.
IND T SIMM.
,.1
|Y\MNI. T SHEII.
v c R HURST
1 N. -.. .-' r.-- 1
I-
Ifonlshlre BNC.l \nh
1: VYMONI T SHEII are
notified that Bill of Com-
f..r Dlvori e I as bt. n flleil
\,,ii ...,.i you sn required Io
t opj ..f your Answ er or
!. t.. li.e mil ..f Complpinl on
intiffs attorney, KURT
SI 'II 167 Aim. 1.1 A\ enue,
Dshli s. Klorlil 38134. and file
RKinal An.-w. r ..r Pleading in dg) "I
fee M the Clerk "f the Circuit I so, judgment by
or before the Ktn daj Ol
1971. If M'U fail to do so.
li\ default will be taken
II f,.r to- relief denial.de.l
Sin of Complaint,
(notice shall he published once
.,- f,,j^ pfinsecutive weeks
JEW 'SH I"' >RH >IAN
wii ORDERED ai Miami.
ii is ;i~; day of December,
7n
I.EATHERMAX, Clerk.
|t Court, Dade County, Florida
By C P i'i >PBLAND
11.-.uf Clerk
|t Court Seall
\\\ KLIJ8CH,
1 Avenue
tables, Florida 33184
for Plaintiff 414-1"'
12 25 I 1-8-15
Clerk "f ih
1 'oiim v, Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, tin
daj ..f Decembi r "
. ,1 \RLES BROW \
WII.LI \M JENKIN, JR
Co*ownei
ARTHUR \V 1- VRLICK
Attorn.-, foi applll snl
1134 n VV 17th Avenue
Miami Florida .,. ,
NOT lv-t OF" ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOf>
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-829*4
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NAT7V1DAD PEREC
., -, Natn id.1.1 Jesus
Btllf,
ANDRES ADH1 \n PEREZ
11. fendanl
Th ANDRES ADRI VN PEREZ
llelaf Vpartrnt '."1
Hai ana, Cuba ,.,.,,,..,
Von, tiNDRBB ADRIAN Fl.l.l./..
are herebj notified that Ml
C, mplalnl for Divorce has be.
agafhst you and you are require,
to s,.|-v, a op> ol >'"'' Answt 01
Pleading to no Bill l Complaint on
the Plaintiffs sttorney, 1.AbPA 11
ALDKICH 1 CHIST.. .. ROMS AND
ai.I.KICII. 21 North East Flrsl v
nae, Miami, Florida. 1 s A ''
and -He the orlgltml Answer o. Plead-
In,. i the office ... 'he Clerk of the
Circuit c.,u.t on or before the 29tn
January. 1971. If yotl fall to do
lefnult will be tak.11
against you for the relief demanded
'"t s n!'.,.. shall be published one;
,.-, h week ror four consei-utive weeks
ta THE JEWISH Fl.oltlldAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
n'.n.i:,. -1,.s I7th d,,y of December.
A D IM<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROEATE
No. 70-3797
FRANK B. DOWLINC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE ;.- late >.(
KEITH II MIDING SMITH
1
To All C'r. .1 tors ill (1 All Persi : 1
lllg 'l.-.im- or D. in..ii.I. Al il S
1: tate
Vnu are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. pi......nl any claims and I.-
minds which you may have against
the .state of KEITH HARDING
smith d. eased 1 ite ol 1 nidi Coun-
ty Florida, to the County Judges ..1
county, and file th. Mint,
duptli it. .' -I an pr..\ nl. d in Si '
Florida Statutes, in th.
m the Count} Courtli .use In
1 iadi 1 touiits FI01; .... ihin six cal-
. .-.i.r months from 1 lie lime of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 70-4274
JUDGE BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RE 1: tate ..1
i.KIl K!ET BACINSKAS
Deceased
To \!l rn dltori and All !' rsons 11
- ..! |i, 111:.1.-I- '- 111 I"
You h. rcby notified and re
. u red 1 pn iny cl m -
II a* which you may h ,,.''; '.'
,,. ,:l,,. ,,f HRIDGBT I1A< INSK VS
late ol Dad. ui
,, 1. 1, th.- Count} Judg.
liudi : ''" '"'"
.lui.i- ~"'":"
1 la Statut. li 'I" "'-
l the County '". urtl '
Dade County, Florida, within six cai-
il time ol 11
i- the m
NOIICt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E' EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-23409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AM.EEN .1. VlHt.
Plaintiff,
, RUDY V. VIDT,
Defendant
, TO: RUDY V vil I
71? Ujuainl Acres 1 nlve
Silver Spring, Maryland
You RUDY V \il>l are hereby
notified that a BUI of Complaint f..r
Divorce has been filed agalnsl you.
and you are required i-> serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
I'.ill ..f Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, MAI.SPEI8, I.OCOCO Ac
BROWN, 1' A :."! S IS 125th Street.
North Miami. Florida 33161, and file
the original Answer ..1 Pleading In
the Dffli of ih.- Clerk of Ihe ult
i-,,,,, 1 ii ..1 before the 1st da} 1
F< bruaj->. 1971. if you fall t" do -..,
I ludgment b} default "ill be taken
agalnsl you for thi reliel di mnnded
in ihe Bill ..1 Complaint
ri 1 i .- publlshi il
each w< eh for four......ulivi wei ks
n THE JEW ISH I'I iRIDIAN
I ,. M ; \ D ORDERED
Florida "' '....."'"'
\ I >
i; n I ;: VTIIBRM Ns- Clerl
' '' 1
: M.AN1

Ult C :
-. \ 1 .-I- 1 i.ococo &
BROWN, P '
!..'! N I! '
. Il
i
flrsl publl.
will be barred
Dated ill Miami. Florida, this istli
da} ..1 1 a ember, \ I' '"
JOHN V RAC1NSKAS
As Adtllllllsll.il..1
publication < this notl. 1 -
,i,,. th da} of December, 1 I.
HENRY M WA1TZKIN
Attorney for Administrator
:i..-::-! Streel
\i ml Beach, Florida S3141
U 2:. 1 1-8-15
rJOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI*. 1-N
he
fu-si puhllcntl
will b. I nrred
Dated al Miami, Floi
da} f Dei ember II'. I
HardlnB 1 Sn
\ V.I I *H "i
Flrsl pul leal of tl
th. 2 ''''
,|K kVOI.FSI >N
Attorn. > for 11 Smith
H04 J. hnsim Ave
Silver spi Ings, M
.. rn !,, sam. 'I
1.
that
gage
mi
this it h
-
Buena
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
tND FOR DADE COUNTY.
fLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7H-4617
JOHN R. BLANTON
lOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate ..f
l>C OEROTHWOHL,
*' B B WEATHERMAN Clerk.
Circuit Court, Pad- c.;un >.. v "!'
By MAKC.IEKITE KI.NI
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal*
OASPAB H ALDRICH
CristoL It...-.- and Aldrlch
21 North Bust Flrsl Avel U.
Miami. Florida SS131
1! 23 1 l-8-lh
al
dltori. and All Pi raoi Hav-
or Demands Ai
hereb) notified to pre-
md demands which
ha\ I the esl
DB GEROTHWOHI
of Did. County, l'l.....I "'
hide... ol Dade C
the sam- in duplicate and
led m Section T" '- 16, I"
. in ih. Ir offlc. s In ii" Coun-
County, I
ir montlii from
of ii. .11.h. atlon 1 1
, || uarn
at MUtml l'l. 1 'la. ihis 17th
. : \ I 1 U70
\v i-i 1 1 icH md PEOP1 B9
JT.N \'l'H IN \l- HANK 1 IF
M'A.MI RHOR1 ''
Co- BXBCUlors
pt1Hlir.1ti1.11 ..f tl^s noti -
a v of January, 1971.
101,1. ISCH
for Bbtate of riotllde
ohl. Deceased.
1. \ ellU"-.
.lc*. Florida 33134
1/1-fltftiJJ
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
llll DA QUIROOA
Plaintiff.
CARl .'is ROBEBTO QtTIROG V,
Tof CARuVs ROBERTO QUIROGA
500 St John's l" .. Apt 1-1


NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
r.C FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22962
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1; I'll MAN GARCIA.
Plaintiff
MAR1 \ MON8BRRAT
OONZA1 Y-V- OARC1 v.
I .. ndant
TO MARIA MONSKHRA1
,;i INJSALEZ GARCIA
....s Fox Street Apart, 2-c
Hronx' :.h. N". Y..rk. N ^
You, MARIA MON8J5RRAT OON-
ZAI BS GARCIA, ar.- herebj notified
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been Med agalnsl you. and you
are required to serve a copy .-i your
Answer '.r Pleading to the loll "f
Complaint on the PbMnUfrs attorney.
OASPAR B M DKICH. < R18TOI.
ROSE & ALDRICH, 21 N.E First
Avenue. Miami. Florida 88131 and file
Ho- original Answer or Pleading in
office of ih- ci.-rk .-( the Circul
or before the 89th day 1 '
January. l71. II you fall '" do so
ludgment by default will he Jnk.
iutninst y,.u for the r.-ii.f demanded In
the Hiii Complatni
This notice shall he published on,-,-
e.ieh week for four ..ns.-euti% WeekK
,M Till-' JEWISH I'l'dUDIW
iM'Ni: \ND ORDERED at Miami-
Florida .this 17th day of D
AH. I
S in-tek'S .^vrin-
INDUSTRIES al P.O I
Vista Station, Miami Fla.
-. ud name with Ihe
u court ..i Dade out !
la,
Sol W. Meyerson
Id r Meyerson
SIDNE. Br'RONSON
.... py foi ippl
, .(, ... ituildlng
Mi.inn. Fla ,, ,. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTII IOUS NAME LAW
V'OTICH IS HEREB*. GIVEN
SI .'I'M i: IS HKKI.Il '"
ih,. undersigned, di li ng to el
mi- k under th. ncUtkjw.
! ,,f TEI.ECARE a I17-71st
,1 Beach, Florida Intend.
ler said name with tm
, ait Court nl Dade
1 Ida
Sir. t
to regls-
. ihe
County, Flor-
PABK T.V.. i^1- a l'i..n.la ('I.,-,. ^_
NOT TE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-r?3Cf.
SUIT TOR OIVORCE
MARG \i:i I'A ABRBI HBRDl'T.
Plaintiff,
\ H
RENATO BERH
I i.-f-ndanl
T" >: RENATl BERl >l"T
Ki -.. I."., el Fill
RIO I'i. dl.is I'llel I" RiCO
You, RENATO BERDUT, are here
by notified lhal a Rill of Compli
for Divorce has been filed against
\ 1 11. and you ar. requli ed 1 erve
r Answer ..1* l'l.
the lilll 01 ''. 1 on tl Pla 1
tiff> aitoi FRONSON .v I-''
MAN. B1 llullding. 11 Nl
, Av. Mian
1 11 .. v I'
the ihe 1 lerk f tl
1 nrl '< I daj
i'. liruar} 1971 you ta I 10 .-. -
I bi
. del
Int.
Th hall lie published 1
eai h week fm
>n THE JEW ISH Fl.> iRIDl VN
: .1.". i-: AND OKI iRREI 1 al
. mbi r
A.D
i: |l I.r VTHERM VN 1'
lit .'- urt, I md. .' lunl! !'
I'.v c I' COP1-7I \\'1>
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f. 'ircliil Court s-
KFItt i.NS" i.N ..- IJTMAN
..1 J Alnsii
PI.....la '
\ foi I'lnintifl
1
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the
Court
nil.er
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3860
FRANK B. DOWL1NG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In REi Batata of
ROSE FINKE1.STF.1N
t.J'ai!'credit..is and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
' ^Y.'uare hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present any claims and de-
:';:'K,:;:!da/:;I:,.,:V.,.";':-..-v-,-
Dade County.
ilUl'li'->t* .".!
733.1C, FlorWa
ii.-.* in lh' ('ttunty
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
nlis from the lime ..f th*
NOTICE BY PuflLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-23288
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U II 1 1 \ \l w ARREN Till i.Ml'S. IN,
Plaintiff,
MVKU.YN PATRICIA T1K IMPS' >N.
Def.-ndanl
TO: Mis Marilyn Patricia Thompson
,- 1. Floyd l'e\ Ion
1810 Mnffel Road
Silver Springs. Maryland
You. MARILYN PATRICIA THOMP-
SON ar. hereby notified that a Bill
of Complalnl for Divorce has been
fill .1 agalnsl you, and you ai r. -
nulre.l to nerve a ropy of your v
awer or Pleading to the Kill "i Com-
the Plaintiffs atton
ular n'ii
E p 1 RATHERMAN. ."!-
Cireuit Court Dad. County, .Florida
By: MAROt'ERITK KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seall
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befori lanuary, i".
If you ,,v
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shall be 1
each ';'" Wee
, Tl B JEWISH FI.>B1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED
,. this 21st da} of
AI>K;'7;i IJ5ATHER.MAN. Clerk,
Deputj 1
mtCourt-^all ,.,.R ,,|.S-15
al Miami,
I tecember,
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
>./f mi" at Urrirffor
aolicits youi 'eaol notice*
We apprpciat vom
patronaao and q\-1*
accurate service at ieqoJ
rates .
trmi .17.1- wo.'
lot meBeerqer Berrlce
and file the same In
,s provided In Section
statutes, in their of-
Coarthouae In | gJftVfc V,,,M 4 PATH 1700
N'nrthwest 7'' Street, Miami, Florida
' it 111 I"' d
Ing In the office the Clerk ol Ihe
Court 01 hefor. th. 1st
da} ol F. In uai > l!"71 II you fall 10
do -... |u Igm. nl I li ull d! be
taken >u for the relli
in th. Rill ol Cnmtil
. -hall be publ
,-ieh week for four ulivi u. eks
In TUB JEW ISH Fl IRIDl VN
I., \ I V ND ORDERED I I
I rd da} ol I.....ember
\ I 19"
,.. nig VTHERM VN. Clei
tit Court. 1 ;
I'. .' p I'OPBI t
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(Circuit ( urt Si
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1
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will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida.
\ Administratnt
BMrsi publication of this 1
,! ''Ml. da} of Decembe; 19.0
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NOTICE UNDER
th. Clerk of
,,f Dade County, Fl
H .1 K INC
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S-OTICB IS HBREB1 I1IVLN '
undersigned, desiring '
,,u,|nesH under the fictitious name
'.- ," :ISM and COMMERCE al
',.. : ;s:. Miami, Fla IW1 In-
SSW1 I"
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CTTINO I-OPEZ
NOTICE UNDER
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ICE IS III IBVEN 1
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
T elfewish OToridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 44 Number 2
Miami, Florida Friday, January 8, 1971
Two Sections Price .
rial Of 9 More Jews
egins In Leningrad
|\V YORK (JTAl
-1 and non-J w. sh po-
i ommun I j
ii the worl 1 expi essed
i .:i .it the commul
lath nl two
:.. ningi I 11 trial
the reduction >i the
|ii : thr e i thei defi n-
i v lice of COl
. Union was pre]
i nine m..... Je a this
ra I,
Addition, Wolf Zaln
| arrested on me IS
. the other n r* rsons at
ny Airport in Leningrad
III ci 1;.- plotting to hijack
|\i' t airliner, u scheduled
week to face a
al. Zalmanson is a lieutcn-
i t:\.' army duty.
! ^roup of 11 or 12 Jews
a trial in Kishinev and
The Kishinev-Riga defen-
9} have been charged with
Soviet activities, namely,
Zionist propaganda,
thr exact date of their
- -;:11 not known, it is
led it will begin within the
two weeks.
to! dins; to Inl it mat >n re-
wet kend bj th
Jev ish i 'ommitti
thr i it m ol n rnti I
In.: I Steven Wind n I
with i 25-ye u -"1 I ': .1 >w
- ; i identit) was not reve tied
his family and friends
In tin So\ a t Union i
ih Len n jr id nine have been
.'. with knowing ibout the
. I it re-
portini I
Jewish travelers arriving in Is-
rael from the Soviet Union
[g the past few days said it
was considered likely that the
nine Jews facing trial this week
will "confess' in OOUrt to anti-
Soviet activities. The travelers
list l reported that some 40 Jew-
ish youths have been arrested
n c ntly in Leningrad by secret
police.
According to informed sources,
the Leningr id Nine were charg-
ed under articles TO and 72 of
the Russian Federation Criminal
Codi These cover anti-Soviet
propaganda and agitation and
inizaHon il activ ity directed
to commission of especially dan-
i c 'imes gainst the state
and also pa m i:i anti-
(on't. on Tage 13A
News Briefs
\vn Maiir Public
StW YORK iJTAi
.. .
its il I, in isks Soviet auth
to allov her si il tter's ill husl it ;
id 1 r in Israi Ii
:..!. E. 1 loffm in iresident if 1 i\J
iolnti nily to b
n< .1 : tion to tl
.ii--. Alexei Kosj in in Paris in 1966 "W th respect to reunions
a es, if soni. families wai et, or if the) want to leave
loviet Union, then the road is ip n ind n i problems exist in this
Et," Kosygin assi i ted.
[ypt Aids Khartoum
DERUSALEM (JTAl Two Sudanese rebel leaders charge
the Egyptian Air Force aiding the Khartoum government in its
fcle against the revolt in the southern Sudan. They said Egyptian
raft were bombing and strafing African guerrilla camps. The
pi Naders said the Egyptian air activity was a rehearsal for
re combat against brat I. Observers here noted that this is not
[first time Egypt embarked on military adventures abroad. They
Vllcd that five years ago a 50,000-man Egyptian irmy and Egyp-
| Air Force units were fighting in Yemen on the side of republican
?s against the royalist government.
irih Half Climbing
JERUSALEM CJTA1 The population of Israel fell only 2.000
Pt of the three million mark at the end of 197?. Jews numbered
9.500 according to statistics released by the Central Bureau of
Stistics. The Bureau reported that the Jewish birthrate was rising
l that two-thirds of the Jewish population growth last year was
H lo natural increase. But the Jewish birthrate is still only half as
ll as the birth rate of Arabs in Isi icl.
ibbafh Keeper* Protected
NEW YORK tJTA The National Jewish Commission on Law
Public Affairs (COLPAl announced that the Department of
pr has Issued proposed regulations protecting the rights of
Lath-observers employed or applying for jobs with firms which
trad with the federal government The published regulations,
h will go Into effect after a 30-day period requh nent
factors to make reasonable accommodations to the religious
fls of employees and applicants for employment who regularly
Eve Friday evening and Saturday, oj d V ""' "*
Die Sabbath."
\o Sign Of I'oiiipromiM'
Peace Talks Resume, But
Outlook Is Pessimistic
UNITED NATN >NS JTAl
After 4': nths at imon i
and (U lay. Middle Ea l
talks weie ri opened T
l'.N. mediatin Dr. G iru a V.
Jan ing's offi
Israel's An I to the
United Nations, Yos ( T koah,
met with the Swedish diplomat
inul mfi r-
Egypt's U.N. envoy, Mo-
II d Hassan > Zayyat k-pt
ti i noon app ti nt with
i ir. Jari ing. No tune had
si t for a meeting betw i M
U.N. special peace envoy and
the repr a ntative from Joi
the third party to the talks.
Upsurge In Terrorist
Activity Is Reported
TEL AVIV (JTAi Israeli
military authorities sealed off a
20-square-mile area in the north
part cf the G i/a Strip and
placed it under a 24-hour cur-
f. w In the wake of Sundaj 's
terrorist attack on ;in automo-
bile traveling on the main Gaza
road.
The terrorists who thri u the
hand grenade Into i car cat rj -
Ing .i 'l' A\ h advertising ex c-
utive, his wife, and two chi It
.... '., lieved to have c me ft i
i of the n fugi camps
d t the countrysid
, 12a Ti I A"
Both "I the children wi re
killed bj the explosion, and
their :"' her w as 11 1 iouslj In-
jured. Their deaths had a pe-
rlal Impact, because thej had
become well known In i-i ; modeling tot n number ol news-
pa p< r advertiM menta.
. family was said I
1 n enro ite hoi r a week-
, motor nip h< n th al
occurred. The children's father
managed to drive the car to a
Japanese General
Personally Saved
20,000 Refugees
NEW YORK (JTAl The re-
cent death of 82-year-old Jap-
anese Imperial Army Lieutenant
General Kichiro Higuchi in To-
kyo was an event of little world
attention, except in the Jewish
press, Parade Magazine has re-
ported in Its copyrighted Intelli-
gence Report. In one of the
strangest quirks in modern his-
tory, a military secret for dec-
ades, it was revealed, the Jap-
anese General personally saved
the lives of 20.000 Jews fleeing
the Nazi persecutions of Hitler
Germany.
The event took place in Feh-i-
ary. 1938 when 2O.C0O Jewish
refugees gathered in Otpor on
the Siberian-M mchuri in border
seeking entry into Siberia, or
Manchuria, then under .1 ips
control. Refused by Stalin, the
refugees were turned down by
in who did not want to of-
fend Nazi Germany.
The Jewish Cub of H 11 n
at mchut la, app wle I > I -leu!
i ien H chi of th Kw mtiino
y. The General, who h id
( al inn.id <>n Page 18- N
nearby police station after the
explosion, and a helicopter was
summoned to airlift the victims
to ih" ih arest hospital in Beer-
sheba.
An UPSUrge in terrorist SCtlv-
Itj Was noted along the entire
northern frontier last weekend.
An Israeli patrol clash with a
group <>i uiierrilla.s Sunday left
one soldier Mounded; I hi i Id i iiu-
ii. Kir.vut Sbeiiiona. near the
Lei am border, were damaged
b> Katyusha rocket shell-; Mr-
; alia a village and Kibbutz Viltah
came under mortar fire, and
1 oka shells wore fired :ii 1--
. ,1 1 ;.e JtiOM and patrol In
.. dan Hi i is
- k ild the
1
: boi der was
lievi i to be in retaliat ion !
tndo st
1 n 1 -' base in "i a it r t
week.
Official figun s published on
Monday show that 237 Israelis
w.re killed and TS2 wounded as
a result of hostilities last year.
The dead included isi soldiers
and :>'"> civilians. A total ol 8.078
incidents were reported on all
landers during 1970; more than
half of that numb, r occurred
along the Suez Canal before the
cease-fire went into effect last
August.
Dr. Jarrlng's 16-page n
t the U.N. Securit) < mm I
made public the questions pnt
to the parties concerned and
their replies; diplomats at the
l'.\. said the onlj enooura
fact was that tile talks had ::
last b.-en resumed.
The report showed that
deadlock continues on such is-
sues as the withdrawal of Isi
fcrces, estal iishmi nl ol b<
and recognized boundaries
the setting up of demilitai
zones on Arab-Israeli front
manned by U.N. forces.
Dr. Jarrlng's report contain I
no sign that either side would
compromise; he had drawn n'
conclusions and made no r. com-
mendations. Five of the 15 n
bers ir. Hi Si curity O
Colombia. Finland. Nepal,
Spain and Zambia step:
down Jan. 1 and were repli
by Argentina, Belgium, Italy,
Japan and Somalia, but the atti-
tude of the pant l is n it expe< led
to change significantly with
realignment.
Arab uuerrilla- marked the
reopening ol the talk- by making
Continued on Page 7-A
Rep. Ihmte I'useell
Appeals To Soviets
WAI Rc|
11, in n
the Hi use ol Represent
I to S
the vet Lei
:;. a I's "show trials."
1 he n al issn. ." the vet
ilator (ie.i ii-. d, "is th
-' n fusal to p. rmit .1
to Israi I. It is coi
to all tree and democratic p o-
ple's nature to deny indiv
the right to make their
where th. > choose while at the
same time subjecting them to
persecution The world can
only conjure up the most omi-
nous forebodings for the future
of all Jewish people in the Soviet
Union."
Military Government
Removes Gaza Mayor
TEL AVIV (JTAi The Mili-
tary Government has removed
Gaza's Mayor Rageb el Alemi
from office on the grounds that
his behavior was hostile, he ex-
hibited a lack of cooperation
with military authorities and re-
fused to provide necessary mu-
nicipal services despite the fact
thei-- was a surplus of funds in
the town treasury.
The mayor was not elected by
popular vote, but was appointed
to office by Egyptian authorities
five yars ago. His appointment
was reaffirmed by Israeli mili-
tary authorities after the Six-
Day War, but the order issued
bj Brig Gen. Menachem Aviram
:..:. a hi- appointment on
groun Is of gross et ol mu-
When Mayor Alemi was In-
vited to Jerusalem by Deputy
Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Navon
several months ago to submit a
list of his town's needs, the only
request he made was for a re-
duction of his iH'i-sonal income
taxes. Alemi had previously pe-
titioned the military government
against linking Gaza's electric
power system with Israel's na-
tional grid. The linkage was put
into effect last year, however,
and has provided Ga/a res: :
with a cheaper and more reliabli
source of electricity.
The mayor's removal was the
first instance 111 which Isra
authorities had dismissed a
of his authority in a Ga/a St
town.


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JWB Establishes Cultural
Programming Commission
A Nation.il Commission on Jew-
h Cultural Progi-amming has been
gtablishcd by the National Jewish
Welfare Board t" ascertain the
(His of American Jewry in the
. wish cultural arts and to deter-
i:n tile role tiiat JWB ami other
.(wish organizations should play
n meeting these needs, it has been
. ntitMinced.
Dr. Jugene 15. Borowits, pro-
tssor of Jewish thought at the
New York s.hool of Hebrew Union
lollege-Jewish Institute of Re-
igfon, an autht r, lecturer and ed-
icarJonai consultant, has been an-
ointed Commission chairman by
;\VH president Morton I- Mandel
, ClPVI land, Ohio.
JWB, the national association of
wish C i munity O nters which
the Gi v ernm nt accredited
s, rving the n ligious, cul-
educational and s> clal needs
.' vi ish military p rsonnel and
familii s, is thi si onsor of the
i wi- k Co incil of An
l mal Jewish Music
ni il.
of t Commis-
rowth ol the JWB
imittee n con.!', nda-
fflS I Ol Which stales. (
al inti r-organiza-
,n-ii cultural activitii s, JWB
dertake to examine cur-
nt c iltural needs and provide
r shan d planning and at tivity."
The JWB study Committee re-
immendations emphasized thai
JWB's basic responsibility should
to assist Jewish Community
"enters and morale services for
he military to develop and use
ultural programs In achieving the
: wish objectives of Centers and
rWB such efforts should be
lirccted both toward programming
.itb the Jewish Community Cent-
and toward the Center's role in
mmunfi wide, inter-organiza-
tional Jewish cultural activities."
Members Of the Commission will
include Sholom Altman, Dr. Harry
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than with established names
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presentation and recording of the
txst works ol Jewish composers
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activities as well as artists b ing
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Unit l States in 1! >?., and as-
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G ii den ('ii s Ji ish Centi
' ind, NY. v here he served
for !'. years. While In G
City, Rabbi Kings! p was active in
interfaith affairs, helping to or-
ganize the Garden City Clergy
Group and sponsoring community-
wide affairs on In-half of his own
Jewish community. He also served
on ih<' Board of the Long Island
\-- elation of Reform Rabbis and
thr Nassau-Suffolk Association of
Rabbis.
Since he came to the Miami area,
Rabbi Kingsley ii is been
with the Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal Association, has been a fre-
qu< nl guesl on the As- i -iat: >n's
TV proi ram "The
V i c He h.i
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Larry Burrows Elected
National USY President
RABBI RALPH P. KINGSUY
the :- ol fsrai 1 Shalom Aw
It || I conl rred upon him al
the first annual Israel Dinner ol
Si -; nsored by the Temple
Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, at the
Fontainehleau Hotel.
Ai nounccment of R tbbi Kings-
ley's selection and plans for the
dinner were undo at a reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Stanford
('ink'' at their homo in North Mi-
ami Beach Tuesday night. Mr. ami
Mrs. Oooke will serve as chairmen
of the Corps of Hosts for the
dinner.
Heading th-^ dinner committee
pre Samuel Bloom, chairman,an I
Lawrence Zirn. temple president.
who will sen c :s honorary chair-
man. They will lx> assisted by Dr.
Hi' ,d CaJiSild'. Mrs. Sally Lii
man irfii Samu 1 Lubell, cochair-

Mr, Brn and Mr. Bloom an-
I it a fesl ive occ isi n :-
!. \ th in outstandin
i H pel sonaiit) i pi ent ir his
; v and "it. : t tinmen) by n
from the worl l of
pcss.
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tp"s F Ro im, w 111
preceded bj i reception al
s-m Music for d i
I dsneirot wrt'1 he pr >\ do 1 by
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Orchestra]
Rabbi Kinsley. who will 1*'
honored f h -If of. Israel, was called to the
pulpit-.of Temple Sinai in 1966,
Born in Ntirvmburg. Germany, he
emigrated to New York with his
parents is. a chikl. He received his
Bachelor of. Arts degree from
Queens College of New York, and
later Httemfcd the New York
School of the Hebrew College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, where
he was ordained as a Rabbi in
1960.
Immediately after ordination.
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Air Force as a chaplain. From
Clark Air Base in the Philippines,
his permanent station, he traveled
throughout southeast Asia, serv-
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Still Sn
writti n at I1- I
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LARRY BORROWS
Cardiologist Featured
Dr. Aaron Medow, cardiologist,
was to be featured at the S p.m.
Thursday meeting of Lebediker
Branch, F-arb.ind Labor Zionist
Order, in the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. The prcsenl political situa-
tion in Israel and the anti-Semitic
climati in Russ a, as di mi h strated
by the recent judicial pi
will also l- the subject of discus-
inch ushers in the
Ni w Year.
I ai rv Burrows, membi r of the
Beth Torah 1'niti d Sj
Youth i iptet
ional pn sidi :it of the -
I : youth organ! I
Bcrvativi
i SY nat
held re i ail, la,
i ...,., Hnfc- iHtijM UJi and Mrs.
Burrows of North Miami
B< aeh. has Si I '. Pd "- I
tn asurer and national vice-pi i
di nt, and participated in the I
pilgrimni' to Israel tog ther with
250 oi her teen-agers I
Hi was chosen to the top office ol
the organization by more than 800
delegates from all parts of the
United States, Canada. Mexico,
Puerto Rico and Israel.
A Student at Norland High
S< hool, where he is enrolled in the
Hebrew language program, and the
Hebrew High School of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, Larry will
conduct Ins first national board
meeting this month in New York
- j and ha trips planned to the
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provinci s ol Canada.
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Best Hope For Future
President Nixon's television conversation Monday
n'ght provided more hope for the future of Israel than most
of the prepared statements that have come from the White
House and the State Department in recent months.
He made it clear to the world that the United States
needed no formal alliance with Israel because it was com-
mitted to maintaining the balance of military power in the
Middle East. As long as Russia continues supplying arms
to the Arab nations, our government will continue to sup-
port Israel's defense needs.
This is not the way to peace, of course, as no arms race
ever has been. But the alternative for Israel is disaster
and.as the Jarring talks resume this week, the strength of
tht United States commitment to the Jewish state remains
the best hope for an ultimate settlement.
They Would Have No One To Blame
The free world may be able to view events behind the
Iron Curtain with more objectivity than Jews and find the
new, rampant anti-Semitism as a sign of the breakup of the
Communist rule of Eastern Europe.
How else can one account for the resurgence of official
anti-Semitism directed against a tiny remnant of a minority
in Poland and Czechoslovakia and a helpless three million
in Russia? What other scapegoat is there in the attempt to
appease those disenchanted with Soviet rule in the satel-
lite nations and with the rigidly controlled life of u citizen
in the Russian states? The Communists now in control ot
the hapless nations are following in the historic footsteps
of their foes. By now no one has any illusions about Com-
munism's difference from Nazism except in language.
If the few Jews remaining in those countries were per-
mitted to leave, the troubles of Russia, Poland and Czechos-
lovakia would be solved, if we are to believe the anti-
Semitic literature pouring out. The trouble with that reason-
able solution is that the Communists would have no one
but themselves to blame for their failures and so they will
keep their Jews in bondage. There are signs that the world
is not unaware of what is happening, and that a demand
for the release of those Jews who want to leave may yet be
successful.
Newest Techniques Employed
The newest techniques in group work are now being
used by a number of private agencies in Israel in an at-
tempt to create better understanding between Arab and
Jew, including joint activities for young children, a lan-
guage school which teaches Hebrew to Arabs and Arabic
to Israelis, sensitivity workshops for both Jews and Arab
students. It is too early, of course, to measure the success
of this effort, but not too early to recognize the need to bring
people together in the ever constant search for peace.
Tt I ki i son
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I ouis tn i State, had
tivc control of the game til n
anyone direet'v lm >lved He
i sented NB.'. which was
ill", ising the <' ent.
v i how much th it jam he-
longed to the machine, rather
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th-' fact that the contest didn't
,.\ m b 8 o'clock as I-
vert 'l h cause the ma
hadn't quite finished sh
earlier compotiti in.
FOOTBALL, even with
hi ;hly develop d systems and
players, continues to fentur*?
, the unexpected: fumbles, inter-
centinns, illegal movement and
I lad hanilofs adding up to up-
sets and oth r innoyanc >s
Now. al' mg com* a the ma-
Statistics Are Revealing
The extent of the average person's participation in
Hitler's crimes against humanity is shown by statistics
which reveal that 80,000 charges have been made in the
15 years since the West German courts look over jurisdic-
tion from the Allied authorities. More than 7,000 have been
convicted and punished in those 15 years, while in East
Germany close to 13.000 have been sentenced in the 25
years since the end of World War II.


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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON One of
the most interesting and indi-
cative signs of the times is the
protocandinacy for the Presi-
dency of Sen. Henry M. Jack-
son of Washington. "Scoop"
Jackson is of course a liberal
Democrat of outstanding ability.
He also won re-election by a
vastly higher margin than any-
other Democrat.
But these are not the fea-
tures th.-it make his plan- ->
sii king. Jackson and Sen. Gale
Mil"......f Wyoming stand wide-
ly apart from all their liberal
Democratic colleagues because
they favor a strong national de-
fense, and because they do not
h irker for an American defeat
in Vietnam or anywhere else.
Sen. Jackson's prot'>candid-
acy is so striking, in fact, be-
cause it is squarely based upon
these aspects of his reeor which are currently so unipo-
lar with so many forward-look-
ing in his party.
IT MUST be called a proto-
candidacy, because at present
Jackson merely plans to accept
large numbers of s[>cakinji en-
Ragements. These will allow him
tO I KDOUnd the risks Of the pol-
icy of national weakness, which
is currently advocated by all
other liberal Democrats who
are candidates or near candidates.
But the word "candidacy" has
to lie used, all the same, because
Sen. Jackson thinks it horribly
p >ssrble thai events will knock
all the more talkcd-tlxiut lib-
.....I Democrats right out of the
le iving him alone in the
1 eld II il i.s not hope for this,
'! id know -
VKI Hi; THINKS it DOSS
t ii thn reasons. One is the ,ii-
reel link ol c iusi -and-effsel be-
twi n the policy of national
we >km md the ever-present
Middle Eastern crisis. Another
in is the fearful threat to
Israi wh*Ch that crisis now con-
' ......- And the third :.
is the rule (if the American Jew-
ish community In the Democratic
P irty's liberal wing.
If the Middle Eastern crisis
i fatal turn, the |
Defocratic adv.....itea of the poi-
icy ol ii.iii inal weakness will
surelj b ii en and with sti Id
1 '-i' is the murderers of Is-
rael it is this, in truth, that
may knock the more conspicu-
ous Democratic aspirants
straight out of the rin^. unless
"t tlvm change their tune
both sharnly nnd win.
As Jackson himseJf has put it,
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2M.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Now trials of Jews are being held this week
in Russia, in the lace of the worldwide recoil from tho first trial.
. s it to urule 1 store the Stupidity .is well as the rigidity of the
soviet leaders.
From any rational angle of vision civil rights, national
olicy, world prestige, internal unity, simple humanity tho
irials and tho savage death and penal sentences make little sense.
Bui m some dimwit ted way. the leaden must feel that they serve
their purposes and that it is a game worth the candle. How
i nil win ?
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ONE K1.V is Till'. Middle East. The Soviet regime, which
as built a wall ..round emigration and travel, except as a high
I rivilege, w ints an Impenetrable wall around the Jews. It is the
Politburo's 5 shOV tig the Arabs that Russia is with them.
that it won't let ,m\ Jews go to Israel and strengthen it with
ir skills
This ugh, and while it ;s a brutal policy one can
grasp it. But the S iviel leaders could have applied it as a policy:
Why did thej h vi to blaxon it with a trial that stirred the
-;.. se? Whit do the trials add that the
i .hi-, :: : would rot accomplish except the propaganda hit
to thi A i too easy and I i costly?
A SECOND KEY is Russia's internal situation. The Poles
oM' ilod a prime fact of life, even about Communist states that
an unpopular government cm be toppled bj demonstration-, even
though the Communist regime itself holds fasl bj its iron
ions.
The Russian ivriters have boor, in torment over the strangu-
lation ol their freedom to write. The two leaders of the protest
movement tin- physicist Andrei Sakajroz and the Nobel Prize
st, \ \ in li r S ilzhenitsyn are hard to res h because to
them would cause too gnat an Internal storm,
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Association Elects Specter
As Second Vice President

At the recent annual election of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Fee
Loan Association. Or. Nathan In-
spector was elected to his first
term as second vice president
Prior to being elected to this
I>osition. Dr. Spector served on the
Association's Board of Directors.
Dr. Spector. who received his
Ph.D. degree in Sociology and Psy-
chology in 1968, is a licensed pri-
vate nursing home administrator.
The president and owner of Vcne-
i tian Nursing Home, 1330 NK Baj
Shore Dr., he came to Miami in
194li from Philadelphia, and w i
active in the hotel busine>s until
1951. when he entered the nurs-
ing home field.
Active in the religious and so-
cial life of the community. Dr.
Spector serves as president ot
Both Kodesh Congregation, is a
member ol B'nal B'rith. Coral
Cables, and serves on the Board
.>t Directors Ol the Florida Nurs-
ing Home Association.
Dr. Spector i~ a life member of
the Jewih Home for the Aged a
shrin. r and 32nd degree Mason.
Prior to coming t" Miami, he serv-
ed as Worshipful M ister of Mas-
onic LodgcA Welcome453 FA AM.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Specl >r an 1 his : < 1 '1 li '.
make thoii h mi at 2001 SW 5th
Avenue.
D*. NATHAN K. SPECTOft
lit"T s\\ \(.r. SENTENCES FOB the .lews are one way of
q the frustrations of the Soviet 1< aders and showing all
the intellectuals that the regime vvil Itolerate no dissent, no pro-
test, no efforts to leave the country, no harebrained schemes
by commandeering a plane, no sentimental op-
position to the pro-Arab policies, no mooning after Israel, no
ther nonsi nse.
Whatever may be the policy conflicts among the Soviet
lites, it is clear thai the hard-liners are in the ascendant at
this moment. What is happening in Czechoslovakia shows it. in
the final part} purges of the last remnants of the liberals.
fr t! is
THE ATTITMH-: TOWARD Sol/h nitsvn's prize shows
it and I don't exclude the possibility that the regime may yet
ue move punitivcly against Solzhenitsyn himself. Even the
breakdown of the SALT talks shows it. The trials of the Jews
in effect, for daring to assert their Jcwishn"ss is just one
spect oi a larger pattern of the Soviet political and moral crisis.
No one is iccusing the Russians of an official campaign of
:nti S ti of stirring up the peasants to kill Jews, as in
'he "pogroms." Anti-Semitism is banned by the
tlthough '.hi-- dal iiia. kep Stalin from de-
his own virulent brai hown In the trials of
the Jewish doctors. But while there is no formal anti-Semitism
terms the trials and sentences represent a
nti-Jewish policy which could have reverberations
longai ti-S ni tie history.
it THE LATENT anti-Semitism of the peasantry was renewed
is the German occupation during World War II. (See the new
uncensored edition of Anatoli Kuznetsov's "Babi Yar" (Farrar,
Strauss), the harrowing documentary novel about the Nazi
massacre of the Jews in the Ukraine. Anatoli's passages about the
Russian people and policies had been cut out of the earlier ver-
sion). It would be cruel and reckless to use the current Mfddle
East tensions in the way that would again feed this potential mass
anti-Semitism.
Despite the current surge of world feeling against the trials
old sentences 'even the French and British Communist parties
i It th> > bad lo protest and ask for clemency" I don't have much
ope about the outcome. Once you have decided to rely on walls.
t > fence off from a spreading infection of human hop- and dis-
nt and the yearning for freedom, you are unlikely to knock the
Us ai: .amply because some Jews, some Christians, some
li ttuals a>k you to. The history of humanity, which shows
thing it :s to creat > martyrs, is not a history that the
Russ an i> .nil ,.: e spending much time on.
Jewell HdUctud "}wi
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ADL Pays Tribute To] Binders Honorees At Dinner
Attorney Leon Finley
Leon Finley, prominent New
York City and Palm Beach attor-
ney, will be honored by the Anti-
Board of Governors. He is also a
member of the Boards of Hebrew
University, the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, the
American Jewish Committee, and
the Young Men's Philanthropic
League, Inc., a fellow and a mem-
ber of the President's Council of
Brandeis University.
A founder of the Albert Kin-
stein College of Medicine and of
Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
Mr. Finley is a visiting lecturer al
Tufts University where he has set
up a student scholarship. In rec-
ognition of his work in the field of
education, Hunter College awarded
him its President's Medal in 10=S9.
More than 1,600 persons arc cx-j
pected t attend the 2.'ird annual j
scholarship Dinner of the Hebr
Academy of Greater Miami Sun-'
day cv.r.ir.i:, at the Deauville Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, according to
Oscar Mamber, chairman of the
Dinner Cabinet.
The gala affair will honor Mr.
and Mrs. Ben I. Binder, founder!
and pioneer supporters of the
Academy. Leonard Rosen i~ chair-
( man of the affair and Herman L.
Shaw is cochairman. Oscar B.
Schapiro is dinner marshal and
' i i Rifkin is -'3rd anniversarj
chairman.
The event, which will coincide
j with the start of construction op-
ms on the Academy's new
$500,000 build'.ng across Plae rree
Drive from its presehl campus, i-
the main annual fund-raisuv: event
of the Hebrew Academy
serves d sMricnt body from all
parts .>! Dade and South Bi .wai I
Counti. < in its main campus in I
in its South Dade Br inch
A cantata, written especiallq
or the dinner by Jacques Donnet,
assistant principal, "i'l be per-
formed at the event by the He-
brew A :a l( ms Choir under the
direction >f Mis Miriam Donnet,
musical direel >r ol th < school.
! mded 23 > '" v
, ,., ;.. the Hi irew v I I
rrent
thai-
i through junior h
. iffillatee Olga and Marga-
;, i Weishaus Girls High School.
in t r the leadership : Rabbi
VJexm lei S Gr s, the bo,,;
grown in size ai t<
ime an educational institution
with a repul itlon u th lead
Hebrew Da> School in the South.
This year marks Ml it mile-
in the Acadi m> h I ry as
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Defamation Le igue of B'l i B rith
Saturday i rig, Jan. 23, at I i
Palm Beach Towers.
The tribute was announced by
Seymour Graubard, national chair-
n of the League. "Mr. Finley is
i ng honored for his disl uished
lie service, inspirational lead-
ership and profound commitment
to social justice," Mr. Graubard
sa 3. "The occasion will be the 1071
Inaugural Dinner of the National
ADL Appeal for $7,505,000 to fi-
nce the League's program of
si ireh. interpret ition and educa-
tion to counteract bigotry, pro-
mote harmonious intergroup rela-
tions and assure the human rig! -
(.1 all citizens."
The League, founded in 10', 3. is
s leadership group of American
Jews and one of the oldest and
largest human relations agencies
in the country. Mr. Graubard add-
ed. The dinner will be a signifi-
cant high point of the ADL Na-
tional Executive Committee meet-
ing which will bring together com-
munal leaders from every part of
the country for deliberation on
y serious current human rela-
tions issues Jan. 22-24. Mr. Fin'ey.
Jong active in the League, is se-
nior partner of the legal firm of
Finley. Kumblo. Underberg. Per-
sky & Roth, and has bepn admitted
to practice before a'l courts of
record in New Ynrk State and the
United States Supreme Court. H*1
is a member of the American Bar
rnd the New York State B>" ,\s-
.ations and the Association of
the Bar of the City of New York.
He also serves on the Committee
on Law. Psychology & Psychiatry
of the New York County Law} i -
Association.
Mr. Finley is active nn the
Boards of Templet Industries; Hol-
iday Universal, Inc.: S.A.. Paris,
France: First Federal Savings &
Loan Association. New York City;
..nd the Community National Bank
and Trust Co.. Staten Island NY.,
which he also represents as
counsel.
Prominent in philanthropic and
communal causes. Mr. Fin]
serves on the National Civil Rights,
Fact Finding and Law Commit-
tees of th" ADL and \s a vWw
chairman of the New York ADL
Appeal and a member of its
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Beach. Miami Beach Councilman
Norman Ciment will rt>|>ort to the
citizens: Judge Gerald J. Tobin.
who will speak on "Crime in the
Streets," will receive a plaque for
bis outstanding record as a jurist
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These are the promises
you made to the people of Israel.
You promised a child you would build
more secondary schools in Israel so that
he wouldn't have to travel mine-infested
roads to attend classes in a neighboring
settlement
You promised In >t lunches t< i an under-
nourished school child whose parents' in-
come is insufficient to provide him with a
healthy, adequate diet. You also promised
to provide nursery facilities for younger
children whose mothers must work to sup-
plement their family incomes.
You promised to help provide an el-
derly Israeli with the special welfare serv-
ices that would give him a new lease < m life.
And more than 40,000 older citizens rely
on vou for special old-age grants, homes,
and special medical care.
You promised to help a family of pen-
niless Jews who have just escaped the per-
secution of Eastern Europe and come to
Israel with all they possess wrapped up in
a few pitiful parcels. And there are thou-
sands more arriving each month who will
be forced to leave everything they have
behind them so they can come to Israel to
live a new life.
You promised to build a home in a
development town for a Jewish family
which was never able to call any place home
until you helped bring them home to Israel.
And of the more than 1,300,000 immi-
grants you have helped the United Jewish
Appeal bring to Israel, there are more
than 200,000 who are still in desperate
need of adequate housing".
You promised to nurse a sick new-
comer back to health by providingthe care
and treatment he was denied before he
came to Israel. And the task is made diffi-
cult because of the acute shortage of hospi-
tal beds and trained doctors and nurses.
You promised to teach a skilled immi-
grant to read and write Hebrew so he can
make productive use of his professional
and technical knowledge. And there are
thousands of highly qualified immigrants
who will be able to help themselves but
must first learn their new language.
You promised someone who is tin-
skilled and illiterate the training he needs
to adjust to his new country and lea< 1 a use-
ful life. And your promise means hope to
thousands awaiting the training they need
to enter the mainstream of Israeli life.
You promised to i'w(\ a hungry child
in another land who never can be sure of
his next meal, because he lives in a country
where all .lews are victimized. And there
are more than 36,000 Jews throughout
Europe and North Africa whose plight
will become even more desperate unless
you keep your promise to provide them
with monthly food distributions through
IIJ A-supported programs.
You promised to rescue more than
50,000 Jews from the poverty and perse-
cution of Eastern Europe, North .Africa
and the Middle East and to lead them to
new lives in Israel and other havens of se-
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to hundreds of thousands of tormented,
oppressed Jews throughout the world.
These are the promises you made to
the struggling people of Israel and to op-
pressed Jews throughout the world. Their
future depends on you. And the future is
now.
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the vital promises you made. Reinforce it
with still another pledge and renew the
hopes of all those whose future depends
on you.
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* Jen 1st fkx-kllar)
Friday. Janucry 8. 1971
\ ..... ...-.
\Jlie Wabli Speaks J'roitt J he J^ulpit
i mam mi i ~*m*
Bridge For Generation Gap
Rabbi Cress
By RABHI ALEXANDER UKDss
Principal oi the Hebrew Academy
Many are the problems facing
thfeAmericafl Jewish y i :; even greater are '.:'. myriads
j! problems be-
BOtUllg t ll r
Americ in Jew -
, ent.
i c .i n n o t
c o in m ;i
h mj child."
h :
'
"My iivii-
I -
i un-

' I B," i<
ol
i mt and
. --
ii referi I ; > is thi : n<
p" in modi ly.
How me keep the lines of
Mow woes one keep the lines of
. ommunication open?
The dran >untei of the
elderly, infirm Jac ib with his
Egyptian gi ind- tail Ir n. Ephraim
le w as in
ing for the first time, bi ir .- inl i
sharp focus th pr lem ol
h's two ms I
5 oach thi'ii
Jac ib, he gazes
bearing, th ir Ejr> I
ng to his son Jo >ph, h(
in tion, "Wh i ar *' -
boj "' Wh it thej' T
(I i th ;. ;
.1 ph quii kly
insw i "F ir i I
thea ii 5."
True they may be I in I
tian att to ]
styl ind cnltun : th y maj
in tl im, they may
In";. n the y ui
of C inaan, '..... mv chil-
dren, your I ti. Thi I
d I ins I ic ib are their trad -
tions th of .1 icob
belief, your O-d is the!'" G-d
| Question
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
your people their people."
The scene and dialogue between
Joseph and Jacob coul.1 take place
in any country al any time. Th.
nrohlem ol bi i iging the com i i
cation gap has i been aaolve4 >>.
iveij i--' legation throughout our
in hist irj.
It was the c th an i
n that

nts wil Ihe'r child en. in s in
felt an n with his his-
I
i 1 ibservn'1 h > e U\-r,
'\ < < imi \ !" '
h iiis.
Comi n the
nd child hn\
. i ue s; -'
irents ha\
d t i tr ins-"'! tin' tra lition
' i tho childr n ol J -ph
\nd if t idit inal Jacob I les not
recognize our children, it is be-
pi. we have been guilty "f sev-
ering the link in that golden chain
of historic cont inuity.
A wise man. commenting upon
i unicati ms gap one -
"My rath t, n Imm! grant, and I.
n \ m ric n boy, ilw iv
5tood r ''\:'!i th iu h v
.:>', the 5 imi
My soi [.how pr both hav
\ -
.. nd ther."
i i inicntion l
.... .......
..... imm ir
bon 1 of mind, he irl and leed all
bound up with as] and
CANOLEMGHTING TIME
11 TEVETH 5:26
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL I. FOX
Why do 1h<* Koliiinim come up
to the platform to recite tin-
|i'M-*L> hlivisiii"> only on Iioli-
iki.v.'.'
Fhis is i ir practice in the Dias-
-.... ., .. ,-,-,, )-.n.ii. maw
ms h ve the Kohanim
this rj daj 0;ie "i the
] 'illl'S is
: Moses Isserles v ho
J ish tra lition
irl in I ..
on the pai I
i whei y pro-
ving.
vai i
iij live in the
-'.- n
is i on the holidays
I i. ol real joy
s the atm ispher
! l : lei, howe\ r, the Ho j Land
;!<(!: fills the worshipper w th |oj
ind so the blessings are in order
every day.
\Vh> are the prteatlj blessings
only recited in thi- morning and
not in tli' afternoon?
The priestly blessings require -i
- of purity and sta-
ol the prii sts
.
r on
i.- ,i lj a '. ity and
- in lul I in
ind d
h
food and
iiy nol be
ht ha\ rer-in-
For I
' -' lay v,h 'ii ood and Irinh ai <\ from m
his act vit..--. the blessi pro-
I in thi ft m.
[n thi h iue if m mrning, sii
the soil : if joy is a t, tho
priestly blessings are eliminated
ill i ethi r. We thus s -e that the
sines ii quire both a \a\ in \
sense ol jo> and a spi it
lor to be thorough-
ly effective and proner,
Vayechi
i
And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt sevente n years '
Chapters 47:28 50:26
LAST YEARS OF JAO IB I i.hadrea j the I bM
age of 117. As thi end .'l |ni ]:;* was i^proacnTng, Iv
Joseph and in that ho wot* nol bu y Wm In I
but in thoLand .>f Canaan, in the resting plai his Cat *
.i cob n v try ill and Joseph went to visit him wrtth Ii K
. i .- \ an i rhi dj ng pal tsed-J



BLESSING Or JA
soi h I Ik- words i'v C P
-.."er &.Ydr,i.
:i is sons once ay r ".. ,jt .
n ,:,. s rah !- i ', kah a I U h
burie I. Jacob J

ph and
ol Israel and I
into i lan ti b
DEATH OF inl : i''--
i i ithers, afraid that Ji seph n then
sought his pa i !" th ii
accordano with tha expressed wish of their father on bis. death
bed, but Joseph assur <\ th- m that e ai gi idge s
. gainst ih :n. Jos ph sun ived his I Before I
died, at i!;.' age ol 110, he m u tl iple take an oath I
his remains with th m when God brought th to Ihe
Promisi il Land '
sarcophagus.
Chassidic Paintings On Display At Eeth Sl-.olon
Lowe-L
: rj of Ti mple Beth Sh il im I
tion of Cha-
- b> Terry Lightman
Montreal, Canad i, after sen .
I lay. An O I re-
> held it 9 l |

be intil
: .' i lj I 'r. :ker, Art Gal-
lerj Director.
V
ion Univei s ty, Miss l.. I I
who p : t Core
Art School, the Art Students
League, and with Torres Garcia,
the Fathi r of Construeti\ Ism,
'.
I
I Com
i at I
.. n <>f ill. Ti ''
Her to|
i
Luncheon-Card Party
;; Chap
I a lunch
; ;: i
F ii I I. luderd Th irsda;
21 Mrs Norm <; i : .
luncheon; Libby
S artz i- n u
AH*VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
d#M Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rbb
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
ETH DAVID, zeaj SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantoi William W. Lipson. 4
BETH EL. 50u SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox, s
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickton 6
I'rii.iv f:is p m. 8*rmnn: "Is Th.rf
Ufa I'.ivc.ticI Dttii, Onag Shabbal
iiy Mr :in in honor < fhis Installation .is Wor-
shipful Mastvr of Tin- Miracle Mawmlc
1 Ir SmHikI.iv |:4S ii m "Tli.- Life
nf Jai ..ii,". t .;; j. ni. "Eortlon of Law."
5 DO p in "Israi 1 Llvoa "
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes P
Friday si:, Guem mwaker Marean-i
Tl llh "ii "Children Away Fri.ni rtonii
followed by Ones Shabbal hosted by
Mr. ami Mrs. Lawrence Kll'-ium in
honor of th.ir wedding annlven
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
Friday R:1B p m Berinon: "Nuinbera
An Uncounted Treasury."
ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
O'azin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday S:1S p.m., si- p In smih.i.s
s;4r. :i m Sermon: 'Tho Responsihlli-
ii.-s .,( Oovernment." Bar Hltsvah:
William Harold, son of Mrs. Kinily
Qreen and Calvin Oreen.
OR OLOM (lempiei 8/S SW. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. 13
Friday s p.m. Baturdajy k:4.". am
' :

P^abbinicitl evtsioH
V.
roaratnt
Ism, 10
Jan .10
Jan. 10
Ch. 10. 9:.T0 ji.m. Tho Jew ish Worship Hour
Host- Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Temple Zamora:
Coral Gables
1 h. T. 10 a.m. Tho Still Small Voice
Topic: ''Isaiah"
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schlff, Director. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community Chaplatnty-
Ser\ lee.
Guests: Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkol of Both Moshe. and
Rabbi David Raabof Both Raphael
Ch. 4. :.') a.m. The First Estate
Topic: "Death with Dignity"
Host: Rev. Lather C Piorce
Guest: Dr. Waiter Sackett, Jr.
Panel: Rabbi Mayor Abramowit/ and representative
from the ArehdiocvM' of Miami.
U,
BsHSjBjBjsjaMBSSBBnRl
........... Baa
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N V.ami
Ave. Corservative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbiny 14
titereth jacob (Temple) 951 e.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein 15
Friday shal bal
hosted Iij Mr and Mrs Stai U
Saturdaj :i m Bar Mitivah
Daniel Joseph I
ZION (TEMPLEl &OOO Miller Rd
Conservative. Rahbi Norman '* Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Brovvdy. 16
Fridaj s:3n p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Rnr
alltsvah: Roherl Rruoe, son of Mr
and Mrs Allen Kurnblum.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
, Friday :lli 11 m Sermon 1 1 >.
Will) Crl 1-" Followed by Ones: Shab-
>ni hosted h) Mr. and Mrs N'orninn
Hermai In honor of their son Neil's
Bar Mitsvah,
MIAMI BEACH
I AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
.BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Bercl Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mimchii. 19
\ BETH RAPHAEL (TEMSLE). 14
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
ttsvid Raab. Cantor Saul Breen 20
I BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Convlser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 23
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBHEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washinqton Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig 23
CMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi lev-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
-I Vrlil:iy :, \,m 8:80 p.m. Sermon: ,-A
I Dealh Sinlcii.r Ik I'limmuliil A
$ O'liiiii.ni.iry on Kux.sia 11ml the Free
World." Sulunlay !> a.m "Th.- W..KIV
Portion of ihi- Bible 18:89 am. Bar
Mltavah: Michael Alan, son of .Mr and
.Mrs Robert Frank.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gmss 25
CONG. ANNEt-L (Branch of He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-Hilltl. 25.A
JACOB C. COHFN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 15.12 Washington Ave
FT. IAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEl. 547 E.
nrlhA,,. D..K1.7 -r ... Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi S"eldon
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern Edword, Cantor v,urv, Nfu 4?
KNE^ETH fsRAEL9V415 Eurlid Ave* EMANLEL **b W 0*M P"<
rt *' Blvd Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Ab-
rams. Cantor Jrrome Klement. 43
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abrahiiim SAif 2/
--------
MENORAH (TEMPuEl. 6?0 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Peldman 28
Friday 8:15 n m Bei nmn: '
I iin\ Snturdaj .-. m Bin '
Mark, ......f Mr. and Mn 1 arlos
Lew.
NER TAMID (TEM"' E). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. '
Rabbi Tugene Labovitx Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. ,055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETI CHAIM. 1842-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 13? SE 11th Ave.
Con^rrvative. Hat bi Morns A. okop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSI0E
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT.ON
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
UAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEh
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Villane. Conservative
Cantor Carl Bender. 32-A '
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
I ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky I
33
wmamtmuk
Cantor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH NS 1*4th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Mas Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1t3rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
SINAI (TEMPLE) Of NORTH DADE
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
SK.Y LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18181 N.E
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. 3B
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171.t St. oVlhodfx
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CCWAl GABIES
' JUnDEHAD i B vd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
I Friday l:ig p m KH *
I ZAMORA (TEMPLETS Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
I Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 4,
H0UYW000
BE-TH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 3. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
About The N.u l^c Followed}
imej Shabbal boated by Mr and Mm.
Morton Abram luid in-, ami Mrs.
Manity Harris s.r.uriiay 11 am Bar
Mitsvah of Warren Oturman and Baa
.Milzvali of Itainly Siuriiian.
BETH SHALOM'TrEMPLfV. 172
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Mort.n Malavsky. Cantot ^-vina
Gold. 4>
SINAI (TEMPLE),-1201 Johnson St.
Conservstive. Rsbbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda-. Heilbraun. 47
MMAMAft
ISRAEL (TEMRLB) *920 S W 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. wmo-
grad. Canter Abraham Kotrter. 48

MAICATC
"HTwSi aJt!w,SM "^^
Thii
Pje it prepartd in
cooperation with tk Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the /eaturei
apr-rarinf h,Te ^
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leadt' of
Temple Zosmtu
Coral Goblet
1


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Page 13 A
*
Jay, January 8, 1971
*Jenist nuridUar
Page 11-A
This Week In History
(1 when I heir Israel
-ank oil Clhraltiir.
bound ship u/lor/f, I,/,,,,,/ ci6 fflfeefa-
V^ars A(Jo This Week! 1931
UlStria bann-d "All Quiet on the
pM.-rn Front." the anti-war film
luced and directo ii week of Fascist rioting.
tr-'.ithan Straus, philanthropist
alkl Zionist leader after whom
l^1i:iyn. Israel, was named, died
in New York Tt the age of 83.
Jewish bankers
bl Berlin on
committed
successive
Two
suicide
days.
I Felix M. Warburg, banker, phi-
1 lanthropist and arts patron, was
hailed on his Mth birthday.
HANS H.
MARCUSE
r
C ector
CATERING----- ..
Food i Bvrrg/,"*'"y
\\
LOUIS WITXIM
|lc -e o Holtl
53i-6061

ic^icrs
CttthHONl AT IS I. !< STS HIAMI lEACM
In his first interview on Jewish
issues. Stalin told JTA that anti-
iSemitism was "the most danger-
joua survival of cannibalism." add-
j ing: "Communists ., as consis-
tent internationalists, cannot but
! irreconcilable and avowed en-
emies of anti-Semitism. In the So-
viet Union anti-Semitism is rigidly
prosecuted as a phenomenon pro-
foundly hostile to the Soviet re-
gime. Militant anti-Semites are.
under the laws of the Soviet Union,
punished bj death."
i 1 The M iscow newspaper Trud
rejected charges of Soviet anti-
Semitism as 'quite absurd."
Rep. Vi< lor Anfus i < D-N.Y <
introduced i bill providing death
for bombers '>i synagogues,
church s and other public build-
West G rn n> w is investigating
charges >!' Nazism igainsl Aden-
auer aide Dr. Hans Globke.
Moroc n Jew were barre 1
| from ad ipl in first names not
mentioned in the Old Testament.
Police arrest I Jev wearing bl
I ind-whitc yarmulkes and a man
with a white shirt and a blue tic
The Anti-Defamation League
said, "Despite marked improve-
ment, moat U.S. textbooks fail to
present a varied, true-to-lile pic-
ture of Jews in America; three-
quarters of them "minimi/"" Na-
zism and omMhird "omit the
topic entirely.'" The ADI, re-
ported there was a "marked de-
cline" in religious discrimination
by medical schools.
Newton N. MInow, Jewish law-
yer of Chicago, was named chair-
man of the Federal Communica-
tions Commission by President-
elect John F. Kennedy.
Rabbi Bernard Raskas of St.
Paul became the first rabbinic
chaplain of the Minnesota State
Legislature in its 102 years.
The British and
childs give [rai 1 its first golf
course, near Cacsaria. On his first
swing, Abba Eban, Education Min-
inistcr, sliced into the rough.
Some to Moroccan .lews drown-
Literary-Musical Program
An interesting literary and mu-
sical program has been arranged
for the "Oneg Shabbos" of the
David Pinski Club Friday, at 8
p.m. In the Ida Fisher High School
cafeteria, 1420 Drexel Aw.. Miami
French Roths-1 Beach. Author and lecturer L.
Lisavin will speak about the
"Song of Songs": Sonia Dickaon,
soprano, will entertain with a
group ol Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, accompanied by Bob Line.
accordionist.
The Rhode Island Club of Great-
er Miami will hold its regular
monthly meeting, Sunday, at 7
p.m., in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, president Irving
Colin has announced. An evening
get-together "Koffee Klatch" with
entertainment and refreshments
will follow a short busim-ss
meeting.
Your little girl
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At last
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
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i
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* Imishfh riofitr
lay, January 3. 1S"1
__ ,-, ## '*!l Maurice rerre Appointed uiu,i Fund campaign
NCCJ Dinner Chairman
; i irice a. F> ire, ;'
Fern Florida I I >n and
of Ma.ilc Industries. Inc..
.1..- been nam 'I ch ih*m in o thi
i annual Bi othei h tod linro i
of the Fl irida !'. '!-" ''>-
,1 Conference of Chrisl ins
r i. i Jews, to be held a1 the Fon-
'. >inebleau Hoti I next m< mth.
>utsl iduals of the
faiths a: c te! at
is afl S!I-
Medallion Broth rh od \ w irds
. significant contributl i a
A ]' ! - Mr i-'.' re who h
n NCCJ afl rs foi n inj
s, was himself thi t ol
the -;.. Me i Vwar : in I
nb< oi the Fl >ri ia H nis
sop
C'ontiniM'd From Vuge 4-A
i raj every day th:it I'm
I'rong, but I don't like the look
0 things one lit tit- bit; and so
1 mink its about time for some-
me on our side to talk some hard
si Ho has alreadj begun
d 'ing jusi that, in an exceed-
ii ;iy able report to the Senate
Armed Services Committee.
based on a recent intensive, on-
spot study of the problem
ii the Middle East.
MONO OTHKR thinps. the
i ii! scooped the world with
tl e first news of still another
mousty ominous Middle East-
ern development. This is the
uluction into Egypt by the
S iei>. in recent weeks, of con-
nble numbers of the ground-
round missiles that are
si angel.v known to our mill-
i ry -is Frog-7s.
These are powerful weapons,
w'th a range of 40 to 50 miles.
mounted on fully mobile plat-
forms. The Soviet military pub-
lications on amphibious opera-
- furthermore require Frog-
ittalions to be assigned to
i bridgehead, the moment
btidgehi id has been estab-
ied.
In other words, the addition
Ol these quite new ground-to-
ground missiles to the huge
Soviet armory already supplied
to Egypt has to be seen as still
another step in the Soviet-Egyp-
preparations for forcibly
sing the Suez Canal. The
I v step is not so dramatic, but
h just as disturbing as the
itlj less recent deliveries of
e quantities of canal-cross-
ing material.
IX THE EVENT of a canal-
ising, of course, the role of
the Frog missiles would be to
pound the rear of the Israeli
armored and other forces op-
posing the canal-crossers. The
Israeli base at Bir-Gafgafa would
be an obvious target, for in-
-i nice. Hence the introduction
ot these missiles into Egypt for
the first time is another event
i alters many calculations.
Add to this grim news the vis-
it to Moscow of the chief Soviet
stooge in Egypt, Ali Sabry, and
very tough Dublie talk that
Ali Sabry and his Russian hosts
indulged in. Add. further,
likelihood that the chl :'
ite topic in Moscow was
air reinforcement that the
i ryptiana need b ifon they can
nplate a canal-crossing.
All this makes an ugly pic-
despite the virtual cer-
ty that the Israelis will put
hi da) of derision to nego-
Ono must pray, as Sen.
ion prays, that the long-
n OtttkMk Is not a< had as it
appears. But if the f icts are not
n Isleading, Jackson's protocan-
i d ICJ can turn out to be one
...i;^; to be thankful for in a very
. r'rible future time.
Willi >m Aramony, nat ii inal i \-
, cutive vice president ol I re United
Way of America, has aimounc
that Dade Count) topped the na-
tion in the United Fur*', campai n
I Repi sent Mi in the percentagi bj which it went
Ferre sen d as a Miami Citj over its goal, and was second only
fi a to Chicago in the percentage
unl tu resigned t.> run for increase eve* the previous ycai s
totals:
Dads Count) residents main-
tained the growth rate reflect
during the past ten years, n*
man bl '. th a nounl raisi I
in 196 I. 'ih.' $5,741,1 w3 raisi d I -
cally wiJ ille agmcii ort-
ed by the United Fund t i provide
l is diffi i nt v: i s ol r\ u I
lou.0 iilims ol tl ana n
1971.
Or Oiom Events Announced
Ten Idom'a
vill auctii n ofl I ai gai in a|
-.. fuinilui dinm and i e-
soi t w ki nds Saturday i \> nin
Attorni y Mas Kogen \>ill be thi
guest speaker at Sunday's Broth-
i hood I reakfast.

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b : elections
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Young D imo Tats an : the I"1 fl I !
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member nt n, F'o-'di Stnt* Dem-
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Democrat;,' National Comm "
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* Jen iff fir re if far?
Page 13 A
r
Trial Of 9 More Jews
In Leningrad
5-A.
Begins
Con'l lrom Page l-A
lions." T
nu i n '

' i v.' Min 5ti i Ism
fV.c .? KoI. (sseond from lei.) told Mori Fre-
: c. -l wfib rcc?iveJ an oiii I
the Holy Land ar, guest cf the
;.:, iv > I Tom! :-. E! Al's area director,
ilqliandn Segal is at left; Jaccb Goren, South-
j ;lcu Region director for Israel's Depart-
Planning the free Lions Community Health Fair being held
this weekend at Micmi Senior High School are, from left,
(seated! Robert N. Pe^ch oi Key Biscayne. Ben Saks of Miami
Southwest, who is general chairman of the Health Fair, and
W. Ed Dover of Tropical-West Dade. (standing) William
Hodge Morales, of downtown Miami,, Tony Linares of South-
Miami Marvin Anderson of West Miami, Ken Meeks of
Kendall. George Miller of Miami Southwest and Ed Burns of
Tropical-West Dade. Souvenirs, gift items and miniature
medication items donated by local firms and the pharmaceu-
tical national manufacturers will be given away at the fair.
Emanu-KI Begins Second Semester
.: ot Tourism, Ftunds noxt to Mori and
Saul Rot-nick, president of Zen:''; Tours, is
right. Mc i. who will leave Feb. 1 via El
[atael Airlines, p'ans to spend two weeks
:n ihe Hoiy Land. Her planned itinerary
I in-lude interviews with oilic.alr; in
hoi sing, finance and industry.
Japanese General
Personally Saved
20,000 Refugees
Con'l from Page i-.\
s< i .ed a m lit.iiy attache in
Poland, was fully aware of what
u mid h r, n i i the 20.1 ;
ug< es if ni"\ were returned t <
nany. He disnqtched i I
of 12 trains to Ot| or, ha I th
refujf i s ransported to Hai bin
where he provided them with
food and temporary housing i'i
the Hnrhin military barmcks
.\!i.>ir .V'!' oi the Jews re-
mained in Harbin; the others
went on to Shanghai and else-
where Genera] Higuchi before
his death was appointed a trus-
tee of Japan's Israel Ass icial on,
:i fitting honor for this unher-
alded hero -it the Jewish peo-
ples' fieht for survival, Parade
reported.
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the Ru Republic's S
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Friday. January 8, 1971
Wf i
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Actor Gould To
Produce, Direct
l\ SPITE OF Ml' lai e size,
I lliotl < i | a. humiliating p sil on as
-an --: !n"
M i he l'...- two
il films under ii
i- Bob & C irol .v Te A a.
. L.S.H") yel he is un sj
:: h nd is mm in Into >-
ntuall) di
"An actor needs so much," El-
ned. "Firsl comes tlic
pt, then the producer. 111 n Iho
lirector, bul the actor has t
the end result. He's the catalyst. And since m my
properties are launched with little taste merely
lor profit motives the screen performer often
.is up being mediocre in a mediocre property."
"I'm not inl n production ol quality,"
hi' continued. "Mosl producers today have sevi
things on the boards a1 once. They're playing per-
th ,t one of them turns oul i >
mnkc money and there's in iwful ; 1 of mon j
to be made in tl business Bui the
' MM. Hie in e- M hell 01
done something that is pi thai
is different nough to part of what i- really
today."
Born in Brooklyn, Could. who once pound I a
punch bag between actinu chores, (or $11 a day at
Bloomingdale's in New York, made his Broadway
debut in a Short-lived musical called "Rumple." and
followed that with roles in Say, Darling" and "Irma
I La Douce." He first gained recognition in "I Can
Get It For You Wholesale," in which a little girl
by the name of Barbra Streisand made her debut in
a small role (to become his wife for an encore I. He
came to London for the West End production of
"On The Town" and toured the U.S. with Liza
Minelli in the musical "The FantastJcks."
Most recently. Elliott appeared on Broadway in
Jules Feiffer's "Little Murders." Though the play-
closed after one week, he has now decided to make
it into a movie, which will be his first .is a producer-
actor.
book mm
By Seymour B. Liebman
The Holy City'
A I'THOR Avraham Holt* has compiled and edited a
most Interesting anthology, The Holy City IW. W.
Norton & Company, $6.00). Whereas others, such as
Salvador de Madariaga, have asserted
that Jews have lived on two planes
space and time Holtz has a substitute
for time. He believes that throughout
their history, Jews have lived where they
were thrown by the accidents of history,
but the "second plane" was always
Jerusalem, which was considered the
center of the universe by our sages.
His anthology, intenied to illustrate
the centrality of Jerusalem in our history and tradition
from the earliest days to the present, is divided into seven
sections, including early history, laws and legislation,
legends, song, poem and prayer, travel literature, New-Old
Jerusalem, and the Six-U.y War. There is an appendix of
further i. i lings (i that who wish i i pursue i!i
and the introduction to the book supplies an excelli nl
bird'-- ye \ vv. .,: the histo > "i th i
Th" uffused with > u mth and en
i.'d by an author
with 1"'.e and devotion. !
Holt/ P | ; ,,,,.,,
at t!.<
to note to I ; >n of the
city consists o! 0 Jews, p|
Moslems an uw. Furtherm
whereas Jeru the heartland of Judaism, it
only third in religious importance to Islam, after Medina
and Mecca; the city as a whole is of little importance to
Christianity. For the adherents of this daughter-religion
of Judaism, there are only specific places which are of
concern and those places are marked by churches which
have been erected over them.

Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Behind Israel's Prison Walls
A NEWSPAPER head Id have r
hi In Isr >ei Jail" and I c luld
,:.\. told a wild battle, with many viol
s si b;
w- 3mk. -to 'i d have b bul
tf H the exel nnu d
chess match for the nation'- eon-
| victs.
Visitors who pass the quiet grim
J walls of th" various prisons in
llsrael sometimes sigh unhappily
when they think of Jewish prison-
ors. "In Israel too ." they saj
Somehow. Israelis should be different, better, not
subject to the same weaknesses and flaws as human
beings elsewhere. Alas, we are no better and 1
hope, no worse.
Hut .vh.it :iv- or, behind those prison walls is
in many respects quite unusual. The principal pur-
prisonmenl is human rehabilitation, nol
. re\ mge t ik n by sod tj b ;ains1 those who have
tran ss The annu 1 chess tournamenl is one
. h it tempi to restore human dignity. In this
ticular match, convicts from three prisons n
pitted againsl each other for the national champion-
ship. First place was captured by a wife murderer.
ll< was closely followed by a young convict in for
fraud.
Perhaps better known than the chess tourna-
ment is the annual contest to determine the Bible
champion of Israel's prisons. The 15 contestants
who this year took part in the finals accounted for
sentences totalling more than 200 years among

up. In-
For a Bib! ; ''"
nd thai i lhose men
h n x Nl"-1'
Chri l ':',<' rv "'
the Worn i Houv 1
[i, tenti m who h id l* ei ted I opi rating a
housi il rosl itul
The seem was tense the questions v
after the other. Th c inti stants wan all
. Iressed in white shirts ror the occa-
Othei pi in< s wal md occa-
j -i; ,U1 i il Imi i nl Invi luntrjr htnts to
the contestants. Thi sense of I03 e '
ol his alma mat :- Shatt Damoui
r v -. h Tirza. the
I honor has c m 1 t>>
It
thi to earn sh in 1*
of ung 11 rd< 1 p in lo return to
their iaJ family
sinich 1 riti m I view ol pi in in-
stitution for t.1 thai ol Israel
Supti me Court Justice Haim Cohen, who says
Tiny an an evil; the only justification for retain-
ing them in our systems of law enforcement is the
fact that so far no better substitute ii available."
IN THE THEATRE
By George Friedman
America 9s 1st Sudanese M.D.
A SPECIALIST IN orthopedic and hand surgery al 22,
Shalom AbbOUdi has several distinctions. Three years
came, with the aid of the American Council for
Emigres in thi Professions, America's firsl It Suda-
nese physician. And he is an Orthodox Jew who bel ves
the Unil is wise in its M ddle E isl m d
ling.
Dr. Abboudi left his nal 0 untry after concluding
thai de.-pite the skills he had acquired at the University
ol Khartoum, his future there, both as a professional and
as a Jew, was bleak. The Sudanese Jewish community
numbered about TOO in 19.i8, and the Jewish exodus be-
gan in 1961. He himself got out surreptitiously one month
before the Six-Day War.
The burly, prize-winning medico wanted to go to
Israel or England, but a friend recommended Americ 1
a more favorable place. For two years now he has trained
with the Army at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, and is under
obligation to the service until 1974. when he hopes to
locate in New York with his wife (daughter of the for-
mer rabbi of Khartoum, who fled to France 1 and their
.
ii! In 'i.
Although ihi Sudani ; nts. th jor ty of tl
ounl 1 million inl no concept ..i pol
: th no heart 1
" I I Vbb :
\ ........
ra bul tbej
M 1-'.
Th r3 I ... ; ^ h
of an Ai I th. y'n
African-, not Are- that's what bugs me" But
himseit bears no "fantastic hati ird Arabs- -"I'm
not like a German Jew, nor like nJew."
Dr. Abboudi feels the Ui Ited States could give Israel
"a little bit more aid, a little bit more help," but that
maintaining "the status quo is good Tor Israel." He doesn't
think pouring American weaponry into Israel is nrces-
saril;, a good idea; to proponents of smh a policy he re-
tort-: "Sure we can do more we can start World
War III."
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
We're Starting To Resemble 1776
CIHI.O.M, i'.'Tl.
t Had to si von.
Have a seat. A t ho Y
\ eat. j .ui kn
Wh il shall I tell j iu? You
know what 1 was think.I
In i. il will be i
the i mnl iv a ii be celebral
its bi-centennial, Thi re will be
l n. i h?
You know, as we i pproach 197 I,
I i to me we are getting i
| i mble 177(1 more and more. The
men of 1776 wore their hair long
.and wigs and stiorl pants and even ribbons in their
hair sometimes. By 197(1. the men may be showing
then- legs in short knee breeches. We may all look
like Ben Franklin Washingl Henry
.. It
:
'"try from them. 1
' < -< mon had taken the
oZe
th, old had too mud
I am not saying, 1,71, ,i,lt ,.,. ta
ui
i
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LECAl NOTICE
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)ridain probate
No. 70-4252
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editors ami All Persona H:iv- i
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LEGAl NOTKE
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
,i hereby i
present any
iln. h
Bate
> lal
da, i'
'iinty.
' and
Inrida
th.
titled nnd re-
claims and de-
>i'U ma] have agalnal
{ ti'XV MiiKr.i.i.ii
9 ol* Dade Couii-
thc County JudRes id
and fil.' the same in
as provided In Section
Statutes, In their of-
County Courthouse
thin Jisi
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notice
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on
unly Florida, within six eal-
nths fn.in the lime of the
ibllration hereof, or the same
barred.
it Miami Florida,
1 v, embei, A.D 1810
JBAN .MIMIBLLO
As Administratrix
nubUcalton of tbla
ilav of I >.-.-mher,
ON N i.RI.CHCK
fur Administratrix
Plaffler Si .Miami, Fin
II J". 1 I .8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
)E COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23071
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
S TAVU'l:
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let
Kl'I'A TAYUII1
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notified thai a I'
)unt I'.-' Divorce in- hei I
i you and you
. r ,i
hi i nf Col
BXi i KI. &
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" .hi- I' and
, | v er or Pleading
. ,.f the !'! I i
nrl ii oi hoi re the :'ftli day
Hum > "'7' li fail to 'In -.-
i i del lull v Ml I., taken
i you fur thi r. lief d. manded ,
till of Comnlninl.
notice shall he published onee I
f..nr i .ii-. i-uiiv.- week*
k Jewish i'11 irtim IN
MK S'n ORDERED at Miami,
Ida. tins gtai da) of December,
"): V \Tiir.i:\iAV ci. ,-u.
CHu B) MAHOCERITE KENT
li.-imix i-i. rk
ffirru il ""ii'i Si nl i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-21140
SUIT FOR LIEN FORECLOSURE
KINO FBNCE OF MIAMI, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
V.I.
EDWARD OR VRERT and
OLIVE ROBBORABERT,
d/k/a OLIVIA SHEPPARD, his wife.
Defendant a,
TO: Edward Orahert Olive ROM
Oraberl
a/k/a Olivia Sh.ppard. hia wife,
Vou. EDWARD ORADERT AND
OLIVE Husk ORABERT are hereby
notified that a mil of Complain) f.n
Lien l-"or-. Insure lias been filed
against you on
lot 88. Block (1 of SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, Beotion I *......rdlng to
the iii.it thereof, as recorded In
I'lat it.Hik 85, page 117 of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida; commonly known as ith-
40 N.W. 14th Avenue, Miami.
Florida,
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complain! on the Plaintiffs
I attorney, flBOHUE GILBERT AND
I KENNETH N ReKANT, Suite 8ffl, l
Uncoil) ltd. Hide. Miami Beach, Fin ,
I Tel No. 5JS-43U and tile tin ortel.
i nal Answer or Pleading In the office
of Tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court on
..r before the 22nd day of January,
1971. If you fail to do so. Judgment by
default w ;i be taken against >", for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
i vmplalnl
Tins noli.....hall be published once
arli w eek for fout consecuti\i.....
In THE JEW ISH PI KltiniAN
DONE IM' ORDERED nl M iml
Ploi Ida this iTiii da] ol i >i mbi r
A D 1971
R I! I.EATHE.....IN '
i "in ii. Courl i I L"u ,!
Bj i' i ; 'I M VN
Deput) Cl
(Circuit i :oun Seal)
HI-'.. iROE fill BERT VXD
KKNXI rH N ReKANT
..... l im "In ltd l"
lii
Attornej t"i plaintiff
12 25 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in liusiness under th. fictitious name
of CREATIVE PACKAQINfl, IXC. at
0 N.W. Eighth Street, Miami. Florida
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of tiie Circuit Courl of Had.
County, Florida.
ALLEN FISCHER
CHARLESEVERETT
RUN Ml> SVMi iNS
WALTERB. MACKOUL
Alioi'ne\ |. ii i 'orporal ion
1219 Cil) National Bank Building
Miami, Florida ::.;l".ii
1/1-8-13-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Stanley I. ZAKARIN, D.D.S
at 7"":i s w. 87th Avenue, Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit court
..I Dade County, Florida.
STANLEY I.. ZAKARIX, PA.
BBXXBTT <: FBI OMAN, ESQ.
Attorney for Stanley l. Zakarin, P.A.
602 Concord I'.uildiinc
M Wesl Flagler Streel
Miami. I i..ri.la 33180
Phone: 373
12 S3 1 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
TOCRIST (JAZBTTE at P.O. Box
23K2, Miami, Kla. 33101 Intend to re-
gister said ii.,ni. with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida
CELESTINI I OPEZ
.1" IKE U IPEZ
1/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4117
in RE: Eslati ol
HECK IE OORDON
I deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All I'm..... Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have agftilisl the ,- -
tate of HECK IE OORDON deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Had.- County, and
fil*. the same in duplicate and as pro- J
viii.-d in Section 738.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Count]
Courthouse In bade County. Florida,!
within six calendar months from the ;
nine of the first publication hereof,,
. .i the s.nne will be bat ri n
Pale.I ul Miami. Phil Ida Ihl 4th
du] of Deei ml., i. A H I97H
Jll HTM K< IBINSI N
\ Kv.tiiiiiv
First publii ai'on of ill.
Ihe MHi da) of December, I!
I'll:- AIM I: JAF'FE. T( 'BIN
\\|i .1 MIT.
At torn, j !! i:\K'-rT!:i\-
ii :. Pun. .1, I mi Blvd
laid. -. Fl. '
12 !!-'<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfYEN thai
tin- undersigned, deaiting lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KSSF:X HOl'BE HOTEL AM.
APARTMENTS at l""l Collins Ave-
nue. .Miami Bench, Florida int..ids to
register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Curt ..f Dade County.
Florida
!,!:/.' i.M. INC
By: Sylvia Htrelcher I evy. President
i:\iii.ANHKi: bcrnbtt
l Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach Florida
Attorneys for Lmoid, Inc
12 23 l I-8-1B
LAW
OFFICES OF EXCEL
II \' PERN
w ith Avtfiuei Suiti '7
AM.
L *
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
> ITICE HEREB1 .:.\ I
the ui"'. tlei Irlng to i gage
In im Incus umi. r Ihe II. lltlou> name
,,f I: .1 DISCOUNT RECORDS at
s..i n \\ :,4ili si Miami Fkiriiln In-
tend to register said name with the
Clei i. of the Cln uit Courl .; I >de
County. Florida
l iat< 'I at Miami. Florida, this ith
da) ..f P. cembi i
CH \i:i.i:s brom s
WILLIAM JENKIN. JR
Co-owner
ARTHUR W. KARLICK
Attornej for applti anl
l im N \N 17th Avenue
Mlml K;.....u :t :-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROEATE
No. 70-3797
FRANK B DOWL INC,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..I
KF'ITH II UtDINO SMITH
i
To All Cn ditoif at All I'-
Ing i 'lalmii r I lemandi A
i: tat<
%'.-ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to prevent any claims and le-
mandu which you may have agnin-d
the estate of KEITH HAHDINH
SMITH ile. eased i ite ol 1 aide I 'oui -
iv Florida to Ihe Count) Judge* '
Dade County, and file lh< Kami III
dupili iti and a- pro^ lib d In Si
Florida Stntuies, In their of-
:, rn Ihe Counl y Courth< .use In
l. ,.i. V)ui l : Floi Ida, will
endar months :r..iii the time ol th<
i me
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-4274
JUDGE BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
h RE Kstateol
BRI1 IET BACINSKAS
I.....
To All Ci' iln.i and All Pen ; I
iaf Cla.in- I > man.Is Against Said
^. ,.-. hereb) notlfli .1 and n
presei i an) i Ii m and di -
m n may tin aga nsl
i tate "i BRIDCET BACINSK S
... ,i late of I lade I ui
i i I,, the i'ouiit) Judg. id
(hide ouiil). and Ilk th.
duplli nt.
Flnrl la Statuti
f ,s iii th.- Ci unty .' urthou In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
, iniar nonih- In ra ii lime ol I
rirsl puhllcnilon I.i eol, i-i the Mini.
will be barred .....
Hated ai Miami, Florida, this lstli
da) ..I I.....ml.er. A 11
JOHN V BACINSKAS
A- Administrator
Fil -I publication "f this n..ii. ..a
Ho- r.th day of December, 1970.
HEXRY M WAITZK1N
Attorney lor Administrator
Tln-Tl-i Street
Miami Beach, Florida 31141 .
NOIICEBY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ei EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-23409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ATLBBN .1. VIDI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUDY V \ IH'.
Defendant
; TO: RUDY V VIM
712 (juaint A.r.s I nive
Silv.r Spring, Marj land
You ItlHY \' VIDI, are hereby
; notified that a BUI of Complaint for
i Divorce has been filed agalnsl you,
[ and you are required to serve a copy
I of your Answer or Pleading to the
l Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, MALSPEIS, LOCOCO fc
BROWN, P A 901 N a l-'-'li Sir..!.
North Miami. Florida 38181, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office ..f the Clerk nl Ihe Cln uit
Court mi in bi lore the Isl day ol
February, 1971. II you fail to .1.. so.
Judgment b) default "ill be taken
against you for the relief den
in ihe Bill ol i 'i mplainl
,ii be publish, il
each ek i'! four rnnsecul
in THE JEW ISH FlalBIDlAN
DONE VND OHDERKII
Florida, I i! ol D.
A.D
i: i i
i u .: I..' Ciuni '
By: C. P. CO I
u
i
\ i si', !:. i ,. '. i. '. ,v
BRI IWN P '.
!">! N !: 125th SI

. lor Pli ntin
i.i Hi.
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
NO70-T309S
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
kath m:im: r. siu:n.,
Pis nli r.
I!.\TH'M. t such.
I>ef.
TOl KAYMi iND T SIIKIL
. I i i: : i:st
,'. i N.w Street
11- le\ en Th int -
Oxfordshire BNISI VND
VI" HAY.MtiNli T SHEII
1 erel.v n< iii,,.I il it i Hill of I'l.in-
plablt for 1. \ or. been flleil
aain>i m.ii aisl )ou are required to
serve a i o[v of vour -Vnswer Or
I'leadiM to ihe Hill of Complslul on
the I'V.niffs attorney, KI'ltT
WEI.IJSCH in; Aim.-ia Avenue,
Cotgl li.'lil. s. Florida 33134, and file
Ihe original Answer or I'leadiiiK In
that-off.. e Of ihe Cl.rk of the Circuit
Cuarl on nr before Ihe Mh (faj ol
Fehruiir 1971. If >ou fail lo do wo.
Juiigni.nl bj di'fault will be taken
ninths- s ii"f..i the relief demanded
in the inn .o" Complaint.
Tllis notice shall la publish-.1 one*
each Weeli r..r fou' .oiis.-. unv.- w.....
in THi: .1KWSI1 Fl olMIUAN
DOM' \N"M OKPKUKI) at Miami.
Florid i His List dav of December,
A.D. 1971
V. II I.EATHERM \N Clerk.
Chrrui' Court. Had. County. Florida
By: c p COPBI.AXD
Denut! Cleric
(Clrcuil Curt Sea' .
KlTtT \S I.I.I.ISCH.
1<7 All'.' rla \\ eliue
Coral < .Me- I'lon.la ^'1134
Attorney f..i I'luhitlfl 4II-SI"'
I- 26 I 1-8-15
----------------------------------
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 7"-4617
JOHN R. BLANTON
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Il of
l DE fiEHt i'1'llWi nil.,
Creditors and All Persona Hav-
iims ..r Demands Agali Ss d
NOT K-t OF" ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOr.
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22964
SHIT FOR DIVORCE
NATlVIH \'i PEREJ!
., .. a Natrt id.oI .! -us
I'lainlitl.
ANDRES ADRIAX PEREZ
I.. fends nI
T. AXDRES U'KI \N PEREZ
Belns. nal A iui
I la\ ma, "1-I..I ........
You. ANDRES ADRIAN HI.1:1./..
;,,.,. hi re1>) notllli 'l lhal a BUI ot
Ci mpktlnl lor Divorce ha- be< Hied
nrnrnsl you and you are required
ar. io servi a i-op) ol your Answei or
Pleading i" Ihe Bill ol Complain! on
the Plaintiff's attorney, OASPAR B
ALDRICH i CRISTOL, ROSE AND
mi.kich. l'i North K.i-t rirsl Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida. I 8 A 83131
and file Hi. original Answer or P]eau-
Ing in the office of the < lerk of the
Circuit c,.urt on or before the 28tn
day of January. 1971. If you fall t" do
.... judgment by default will
against you lor the r.ii
in the BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once | hllM
each week lor four consecutive weeks
in TlIF JEWISH FI.OHIHIAN
IMiNF AND ORDERBD ai Miami.
Florida, tins lTHi da| "f He.ember.
A R. n LBATHERMAX, Clerk,
Clrculi Court, Dade County, Plorida
By MAKCI KIMTi: KENT
Deputy Cl.rk
I Circuit Courl Seal"
QA SPAR H ALDRICH
Cristol. Hose and Al.li n
M North Basl Plrst Avenue
Miami. Florida 88181
lirsl puhllcnrlon hereol,
will b. ban ed
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this Ii h
f Dei ember A l>
Harding i Sm ih
\ 'dml Isti
pi -i notice on
'. .',.. i ... 19711
JF2RO.M K Wl 'I FSI IN
Attorn. > lor Hard ng 1. Smith
"I .1. ihnson A -
arj land
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY M., u, i desiring to i f "'
. business Under the Ilctltlous iiome
,,f INTERN KTIOX VI. DIVERSIFIED
IMHSTKIF.S al l''i Box I I
Vista Station, Miami Fl >
., r said nain
i in uil i '"ini
I I la.
Pol W, Meyi n
Ben Ml< ) i -""
SIDXITi' BKRI ,N-,-<' ,N
AMollleV for IPPII
\.. > Building
Miami, Kia 38132 )a s ]S
that
lend
ci. (
riunty,
with the
.1 1 i I'le 1
tak.1i
f demanded
CL
To
Ing
Eal
Yi
s.-Ot
,. u
CI
ed
and
as
St
ty
i.la,
th
r,
day
are hereby notified lo pre-
lanv claims and demands which
lay have agalnsl the estati ol
I DB UBROTHW) HL di
i of Hid.- County, l'i.....la, to
lunl Judgi Dade County,
same In duplicate and
v.i. .i rn Section 713 16, Florida
-. in ih. Ir -1 i s in the Coun-
rthousi i Dade l 'ounl Floi ii
thin -i\ call ndar monl In m hef
v oi ii., in publication hi
1 i ime h ill be barn d
id at Miami. Florida, tin- ITUl
B .' l.ei \ I 197(1
IT u l'i I Hill ....I PEOP1 I'.S
:.- 'I -NATIONAL HANK OF
MIAMI SHORBB
c.-i ;\, ( utoi
on1' it ..ii of this notice on
day of January, 1871.
\\ ELI ISCII
ey for Eatate ol ciotilde
(Uiwohl, Deceased.
iria \venue.
bles, Florida 33134
i t-ten-s*
II 23 l l-8-1li
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
Mil DA Ql'IROOA
Plaintiff,
.AKI.os ROBERTO QVIHOG V.
I'.'.'-' I'-'nI'i'.'. is ROBERTO QUIR"
5 .,. si John's PI a Apl l-P
Brook!) ii, Ni > ork
You, CARLOS ROBERTO Ql HOG A
are hereb: that l"l'"l
net for DI..... has t.....n tiled
a..- required
...... ol | in- Inawi oi
'' rTiVlfiw tu
I i '.....' ,ABS. Ml
LB\ INSl>N, '.'. I ''" bl M
Xll wi Pleading, i" the ofl oi
ci. rl tl I' utt Col.....ii or
29th ) v Januni y, 1971
-,. Judgmi by .<
will be taki '"J
ihe relief demanded In Ihe Bill ol
.- shall be puM
each we. f; Il '.' 'ViV W
In THE JEWISH Fl 'RIDIA.V
Di)NE AND HHDBREp
Florida, tia- 81el daj of
A H 1970
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nc FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70.22962
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i IBH MAN GARCIA,
Plaintiff
vs
MAIM \ MOXSERRAT
no.NZAi.i:/ OARCl v.
I>. lendant
'I', i MARIA Ml iNsi:i;l!AT
GONZALEZ GARCIA
y..s Fox sire.-i Apart. L'-C
lli...i\- -.". N.u Yorifc N \
Y. u, MAKIA Mn.NSF.KltAT OON-
7. \ I KZ GARCIA, are hereb) notified
that a Hill of Complaint lor Divorce
been filed against you, and you
ar.- i .(Hire.I to serve a cony of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney.
GASPAR H \l HIIICH. c 0 CRISTOL
HUSK K AI.HItlCH. 21 N.E Flrsl
Avenue. Miami. Florida SS13I and file
ihe original Answer or Pleading In
the offi......f the Cl.rk .f th. Circuit
Curt on or before the 88th day 01
January, 1871 n you fall to do so.
judgment hy default will be tnkMi
against you for the relief demanded In
the Bill Ol Complaint
This notice shall be published once
enoti week for four consecutive weeks
l THE JEW ISH FTORIDIAN
DOXE AND ORDERBD al Miami
Florida .this iTtb day of December
A B. B I EATHERMAX, Clerk
. 'ir. uit Court, Dade County Florida
By: MA ROVER ITE KENT
Deputy clerk
iCIr. uit i'. urt Si
.: vsi'Ai: B Al "HH'ii
CKISTOl HOSE .v M IntK'H
;1 N K F1KST AVENVE,
Florida, Kla 3SI31
f..T Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.Tl.'F. IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
,, di gi ed, il- Irlng lo i I
, |ness under the fictitious name
! ..f TBLECARE at I197-71st
mi Beach. Florida Intends
: ter s.ii.i name with th
Cln uit Court ol Dade
' "''h- RK T V IXC a Florida i
' 12 26 l 1-8-18
Street,
regis-
Clerk of the
County, Flor-
NOT-CE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKE
ELEVENTH J'_ Did AL CI RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-23366
SUIT !-OR DIVORCE
MARGA Rl IA AIII'.EI BERI H'T,
Plaintiff,
i -
REN VTO BERDCT,
11. IClam.
TO: REXATOBERDCT
El 129 .-I Pnralsn
Rio ph iii-i- Puerto Rico
Y.ni. RENATtl BERDCT. ar.
by .....Hied lhal a BUI ol Compli
for Divorce him bi en tiled aga
you, and you an requln 't I
a op) ol your ir Pleading lo
the BUI ol i in ia,nt .-n ih. Hi.
tift\ an-., my, ICFRi >NS< N & LIT-
M \\\ B12 nsle) Building, 11 Nl
Ave., and fib-
I ii .. i.rlglniil Vnse er or Pli I
the offle. Clerk I tl
. nri .- the Isl day ol
I', bruarj 1971 II u la I I i
judgmi .. b) il mil 111 hi
. ;
In ihe Bill '
Th hall be publish!
nsecutlv*
in th:: -ii:w isii i-'i.i iridi \n
[ii ink A \ I' il:l IF.KK11 ai :-
Florida ,11ns Lli mber
A.D 197
i: it i.i: VTHBTO1 \n i
Clrculi '. int. I 'a.l. i Uliii ) I
B) p ipBl VXD
I leputy Clerk
nurl S< -il I
EFRI >NS< IN *; HITMAN
..iL' Alnsley Building
Miami, l'i......I.. '
Attorn, v- t- i I'lainlitl
I 'l-8-i:
Miami.
Attorue
..- l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3860
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HI'.: Batata of
Rl ISE F1NKELSTE1N
1 1.-, eased.
T,, vii Creditors and All Persons Hoy-
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Saw
Y..u are hereby notified and T<-
ouired t.. present any claims and de-
mands which you may liny- aKa'i.sl
,l.....state of ROSE MNKELBTBIN
,i,..,,,s,-,l late of Had.- Coun-
ty Florida, io the ciinty Judges of
Dade County, and file the sain.
duplicate and as provi.....I in Section
738 IC, VIoi ida Statutes, m their of-
ii,,.. in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the Umi
first publication hereof, oi
will be barred .....
Pai..I ..i Miami. Florida.
,f Not ember, A H 1"T"
MARTIN FIXE
As Administrator
First publh atlon of this notice or
the 2Rlh da) nl Decembi 19.
FINK J VCOBSi >N X- HI OCh,
Mian, \ tor Vdmlnlsti
Ini i" i' Streel
- Florida ^
.f th
the sain,
this 27th
da)
the
it you tall
fault
Bl Miami.
i... ember,
1 Ki: LBATHERMAX, Clerl
Circuit Coin". Had. County Morida
By MAROCBRTTB KENT
By -
Deputy < lerk
(Cin UU COUI t Scali
1-8-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your lead notice*
Wf> appreciat" votir
patronaqe nnd ai'Trnntss*
accurate service at ieqaJ
rates .
Uial .17.1-1605
lot meseericjer serrlce
thai
i imc
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V, .tick is HEREBY lll\ EN
ii- .l.-i slgni tl, di -
. bu undi r thi
. pi KHIDA I'HKMII'M FINAM K al
; ,-: \v. Flagler Stn
to n
n-lth the ci.-rk ol no i
,,i |i.,.i, County, Fl.
i; a K.. IXC
l/l-S-1
!
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county. in chancery
No. 70-C3288
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U II I 1 \\| u VRREN 'I'll. i.MI'S. >N.
Plaintiff,
vs,
MARILYN PATRICIA THOMPSON.
Defendant.
TO: Mrs Marilyn Patricia Thompson
c n Floyd Peyton
IfilO Moff.-i Road
Silver Springs. Maryland
You. MARILYN PATRICIA THOMP-
SON, are hereby notified thai a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce lias been
tiled agalnsl you, and you are re-
quired to -.-ii- a cony ol your Vi
swer or Pleading lo the Bill ol Com-
plaint mi the I aitorni v.
Hi .1.1 VCK, VI 'Ci I.M A PATH 17*10
N>>rtl,\\.--( Till Street, Miami, Florida
anil tile tin Viism er or Plead
Ing in iii. off.. ol il-.- Clerk ol Ihe
. ni in ,, before thi Isl
da) rn' Fi bi lini | 1971 It v.'ii tail lo
do s... in lanieni ull \^ ill be
taken aga nsl -n for the relli
in thi '- II ol Comnlalni
Tlos notice shall be published once
each week tor f. >iiv nils, cul
in THE JEW ISH Fl ORIDIAN
DONE v Nli ORDEREI VI iml.
Florid i. I Deci inb. r
A.D
i: II i I3ATHERMAN '
. i, im Courl Dail >i Fli
II) f P i"l'i:i VND
I'. I.ll
. i ii i i rui Si
VCK, Yi >C< i\l A FATH
IT'" Norlhwi si Streel
rlda
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
umlerslgm d, desiring lo ei
i ,,'niess iiinier the flctltlou
TOl RI8.M AND O IMMBRCL
P.O. Box 2383, Miami, t
i. ml p. register said
Ih, i ii-.-uii
Coil->lv Floi Ida
CEI HSTlNii 1 OPEZ
JtlSE LOPE2
1 l-J
name
Courl
:::iii.i In-
wlth tin
of Dadi
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 11
irnrd ih

nl ESSEX HARDENS P.O Box
i. Miami Florida
n u h Hi. i
rn' the i 'ii. ml Cui i i-i Dade i
Florid
E\ \NI" IT PR' IPERT1ES. INC
i:\ ]]\ .hi ilsli l'i .---
EVAN Ol STER
Attorney for appl
p 11 Box '
South Miami, l'i-.
12 25 1 i -


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Miami, Florida Friday. January 8, 1971
Section B
Publii* Pica Made
Arthur J. Goldberg, former Supreme Court
Justice and U.N. Ambassador, addresser
more than 400 Jewish leaders ire--,
throughout the nation at a Notional Emer-
gency Conference on Soviet Jewry which
met just hours before two Soviet Jaws'
death sentences were commuted. Mr.
Goldberg, one of several prominent
speakers at the conference, cosponsored
by the American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry and the Conference of Pres-
idents of Major American Jewish Orga-
nizations, castigated the Soviet govern-
ment for the severitv of the sentences.
"If the 11 Leningrad defendants deserve
punishment." Mr. Goldberg said, "no
man deserves to be free." "What kind of
justice makes a man a prisoner in the
land of his birth," he asked
News Briefs
El Fatah Disarming
LONDON (JTA) El F tah, the larg -t P
organization has announced that it will disarm its men in Leba
and close down its four ofl rated in refugee camps in I
country. Abu Ayad, the second in command of El Fatah, who m
im announcem nt, said the- move w I at closer coopei iti
with tl:e Lebanese gi /eminent but the decision m is attribut
obsi '', ers ti> the hca\. s i s they
,i:M Syria haw become th< main staging areas Cor the Rueri
since Jordanian forci the Palest
the civil war in Joi mber./ ding I i n II n
El Fatal i lei '.' issir Arafat purge of whal
been d ibed as 'bogus rrill s" and elements that hav< ui
mined tl indo Leban
authoriti -
(FrOg-r MiKKilo In I-tfv|H
JERUSALEM (JTA The Frog-7 missile, a Soviet wea
c pab!e of carrying an atomic warhead repjrtedlj has
. t's armed forces. The Frog-7 can carry a payload ol
kilograms and has an 80-kilomctcr range. Its major advanl
high mobility, n reportedly can be find from an eight-wheel I
aiid. while not electronically guided, i.- highly accurate and m
tain* stability by a spinning motion. The Frog-7 was first seen a"
military parade in Moscow in 1965.
There Are No Unknown Soldiers In Israel
ly < HAItLKS JOSHUA I.KVIN
There are no "unknown sol-
|i*rs" in Israel.
The nation is Jike a cfose'.y-
ttnit family. When one of its S ins
sails in battle, the loss is mourn-
by all. Photos of those killed
pre displayed in the newspaper*.
the funeral notices reflect a
eigaboriy sharing of grief. Tlie
Mien are not faceless strangers.
bey are everybody's children.
Here is one taken at random
kom a recent issue of The
prusalen Post, Israel's English
nguagc daily. It reads like an
lem from the "Locals and Per-
iii.i.-" ol small-town American
i, ... ers Thi re is an Identi-
fj..' U intimacy and warmth, a
Jho-. -: n fiavor that spieads
to i mtry;
(1st Lt.) Dr it
. kil e I on the Su /
Sunday, was laid t i
I ij at K:.' > it/ 1 I
his home, w th full
:. m i i>rori had sign-
, i on for an additional three
afl finishing his com-
pulsory military service He was
eulogized by Kibbutz Secretary
AslM r Weinman."
In the widest and most authen-
tic sense, the Israel Defense tore-
Hi is a people's army, its young
members respected and idolized
as probably in no other land.
The young male Israeli enters
Ithe sf rvice at 18 for a three-year
[hitch. He is then shifted to lh?
reserves where he will remain
until 55, recently extended from
19 Girls serve for shorter peri-
kIs in both categories. There are
elatlvely fw deferments und
|-Fs are utilized Pra't dodgers
ck-serters are almost un-
nosvn.
Even before IS. youngsters of
jfcondary school age serve in
pdna- a contraction of Gedu-
pi No'ar. youth troopsa vol-
a'arv Dara-mUltary or"an*zatl
cted and supervised bv the
[ini-try of Fdneation. Love of
itntry is instilled early.
j A teenager turns to a strang-
in an inter-citv Beersheva bus
w announces, as if he had to
ill < verybody he met: "I will be
Binning my army service i exl
pith." But three years out of
life, that's quite a strei i.'
shruqged and smiled. "Oi e
fit. It's my country "
soldier is a pr lud
An b "it in Tel Av; 's
si
Istratlve A young fii
ant had finished his meal v I
iv.il toward the cashier. He
i topped by a weH-mean'ng
^ei.c.nn tourist who wanted
lake the check. The officer
declined with thanks, adding that
the Defense Forces takes care
of all his needs.
Life in Israel stops when .tews
bulletins go on the air. An old
man in his seventies or eighties
gaz<*d intently at the loud-speak-
er above the driver's seat in a
Jerusalem-bound bus. When the
announcer reported the dea'.h;
of three Israeli soldiers in a Gali-
lee action, he began to cry. il
had never heard of the falLm.
yet the news affected him as if
they were his sons.
A veteran settler from a south-
ern kibbutz, who was in Tel Aviv
for a day. tried at kinchtime 10
interpret the extraordinarily
d> ep affection of the country for
its young defenders.
"To be sure," he began, is no
buttered his lachmar.iut (soft
white rolls i which with leben
(yogurt) and tea made up his
quick meal, "all countries Hid
all peoples arc proud of their
armed forces and react as mijht
be expected to casualties.
"Here in Israel we have a very
special feoling and it is due to
many reasons. It is partly '
cause the nation and its Dof^ns'.*
Forces became oi age just I isl
year, when b'th were 21. It H
also because our enemies havn't
given us much time to take
either for granted, and s >i
our friends would prefer Uiat
neither existed. We could "lot
continue to live a more or less
normal existence if our young
men were not on watch on tile
borders. They are so few th..'.
each is doubly precious to us.
"And there is another rea-
son." He jabbed his finger across
the table for emphasis. "I r.'-
member as a child in Poland
when we had to bar the doors
and windows of our home and
cower in corners as drunken
mobs of Polish hooligans swept
through the streets, thirsting tor
Jewish blood and, ironically,
igh, shouting, 'Zhid, na Pal-
" .!.-.< l'.i to I'a.- -' :.
Thousands of old-timers in 1st J
remember similar scenes in F
sia or Lithuania. The sur\ r
of Hitler's blood bath lived -
the day when they could
among their own and on ;.'
own soil. All of us are no"
Israel, defended by our yot
men. No more cowering. I- .
any wonder that we worslt i
these youngsters? When
falls the entire country mourna
the loss."
In this sense, Israelis -
there are no "unknown soldie,
Those who give their lives
known by name, and are
vered and n membered in
ni i on-family called Israel.
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Technion, U-M Cosponsor
Urban Affairs Symposium
Oholei Torah Will Hold Scholarship Dinner (hi Jan. 31
*"--.v.~-,,s of nartirnlar interest
In today's society will bo discusser!
t- ....f; um symposium on Urban
Problems in the United States and
Israel in the Pan American Room
of the Four Ambassadors Hotel,
Sur>rttfy"\-.t 7 p.m.
en. si speakers will be two In-
to rr.Hti'MKilly d'-stinguished experts
on Urban Affairs, Dr. Moshe Hi)!.
.-i 1 oi' Urlxm Stndies Department
of the Teehnlon-Lwael Institute
of r chnology in Haifa. Israel, ami
Dr. Carl E. B. McKenry, director,
Center for Urban Studies, at the
University of Miami. A panel of
experts on municipal economics.
t x ol > \ and pollution, will also
t present to an.s-.er questions
f:i>r:- the floor.
I"''1 symposium :s the firsl of
. n innual Ties which will so >t-
-care'' in i I lo < f: 'Ids by
tiles'1 two ma'.'" Universities in R
n-n-N r "! academic disciplines in
.- ich both are engsgi d. Th 'pro
m has be >n de :'_!>. I parti ;u-
1 ir"y for the layman wh i Is deeph
con v th th probli ms af-
fect in our c;t i .-. such as over-
' ;, v- na> orl >tion, housing
. nri p llution an 1 v. .li outline pro-
i d and techniques thai have
beei ,'olved oi rig utilized
Of particular interest will be
l>-. H IPs t.! 1 k on basic problems
in Israel, an outstanding example
if a highly industrialized md ur-
ban c immunity, which has had to
transform an agragarian economy
and culture int > a technological
one i". a little over two decides.
Chai'-man for the South Florl la
Chapter <<. the American Technion
Society, which i< COSpOTSOring the
symposium is Jacob Rifkin. Offi-
cer- Include Sidney Ansin, Marrv
IV Jur. Abraham Gru^li'it. Jar.h
Katzman and Milton Sirkin. vice
pre-i'ems: Dr. Maxwell Dauer.
seen 'ary: David Ponve. treasure-:
Dr. Franklin H. Williams, f-a-ir:a'
secretary and David Giesser
Southern Reuional director.
Presidents of the Women- Di-
vision are Mr<. Max Kern, Miami
IV aeh Chant..'. Mrs. Martin \V.
Snector, Miami Chapter, and Mrs.
Sevmour I,ichtenfeld, North Dad.'
I Chapter. Mrs. David Garbelnick
is the Women's Division National
Presidium Member and Mrs. Mil-
j ton S;rk!n i< the Women's Division
Coordinator. Proj^ram committi>e
icocbairmen are Dr. Maxwell Dauer.
! Goodwin S.ilkoff and Martin Fine
The symposium is open to the
I public and r. fresbmonts will be
j-^rvod. A limit.d number of res-
ervations will be available at the
I door. Additional information may
I be obtained bv calling; the Ameri-
can Technion Society.
Oholei Torah Day School's
, fourth annual Scholarship Dinnoi
will be held at the Du[>ont Plaza
Hotel Sunday. Jan. 31, at 6 p.m.,
it has been anounei d.
The drive for funds to provide
I scholarships for the rapidly grow-
j ing educational institution was
f kicked off at the gala rededica-
I tion of ihe school's new facilities
iat Temple H. th Kl. 500 SW 17th
j Ave., last weekend. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. cxeutive director, re-
Iported, and this year's function is
[expected to be the most successful
1 to date.
Beth ITs president, Hvman
Chabner. who was named cochair-
man of the scholarship dinner, pre-
sented OhoUi Torah's president,
I Menastie Hirsch, with a Golden
; ev to the building during the
open house ami dedication held at
i the new facilities. Mr. Hirsch re-
i iponded by presenting Mr. I'hali-
ner with an honorary scroll in rec-
ognition of his benevolence and
devotion to Torah and Trddrlion,
evidenced by the part he played
in obtaining the use of his eon-
gregptions laciliti's for the school
which had outgrown its Miami
' Beach -quarters, doubling its en-
: rollment every year since its in-
ception.
Mr. Chabner, who is servln" his
12th term as president of the syn-
agogue, has been a resident ol
Miami 25 y. ars, nnd has been In
i the tor. front ol local charitable
Special Prayer To Be Recited
At All Sabbath Services
The president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami,
R bbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation,
has announced thai .-. spi cial prayer has been issued by th" Asso-
ciation to lie recited at ;.ll synagogues and temples during -; b-
bath services.
The executive vice president, Rabbi Salomon Schiff. direct >r of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy
Service has been ..>kr.l to circulate this prayer which has i>een
is.su..! in the response to the tragic Injustice which maj befall
ii't nly th< 11 defendants in Leningrad but the entire three
million Sovii t Jews as well.
The prayer follows:
"Father Compass! >n, we turn to thee at this time o
. Dispel, we pray, tin .lark and dismal 'loud hovering over
the heads of Soviet Jewry tml.iy. th.' trial which has con-
demned eleven innocent people is but a symlxjl of man .: -
humanity to man.
"Help us to realize that we i"o are on trial and that wi
not be lound guilty of indifference or disinterest. We dan i >!
through silence strengthen the hand ot the executioner.
"lii the Hook of Leviticus <19:1(>> Thou hast forbidden us to
stand idly by while blood of our neighbor is being spi'.t. Grant us
courage to observe this commandment for the sake of our three
million Jewish brethren in the Soviet Union.
'Nullify the designs of the Soviet oppressors and turn their
hearts to reverence for human life and dignitv. Hasten the day
when freedom and justice will become the rightful heritage of
all Thy children. Amen."
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Beth Torah Sends Jewish
Flqridian To Students
Beth Torah Congregation of North Miami Beach has
added to its very intensive and dynamic college student
program by sending a gift subscription of The Jewis i Florid-
ian to its rhore than 300 students attending universities
throuohout the nation.
This anncuncement. made at the recent collega re-
union was warmly greeted by the collegiates. Students,
they agreed, are interested in reading news relating to the
Jewish world as well as reports reaarding their congrega-
tions and community activities back home.
Beth Tarah, which also sends special Passover kits
to all of the students, has for the past few years encouraged
its Rabbi. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, to visit the campuses and
keep in contact with the students.
Beth Torah's program, which includes reunions, home-
coming services, subscriptions to the National AT1D Con-
servative Magazine as well as the Beth Torah monthly
Shalom Bulletin, has been hailed by the Southeastern
Region of the United Synagogue.
A collegiate group called 'ATID' which is affiliated
nationally.also meets every Wednesday night at Beth
Torah. Students enrolled at Miami-Dade Junior College and
the University of Miami attend these sessions.
The entire collegiate program is under the auspices
of the Youth Commission headed by Morris Feldman, vice
president, and Joseph Golden, president of the Southeast-
ern Region of the United Synagogue of America who is
chairman of the special College Committee.
Urniy Greenbamn
Elected As Lodge's
Worshipful Master
Hrnry S Grponbaum has ho-p
'.'.! cle Lodge, No. 32] v & a.m. foi
1971, lie surr eds Dr, Seymo ir .1
Gardner, who wi*l run the 16 past
Ma i rs of tttoir organization as
iho "Past Master (!oros."
MrTOreefilMium, n Minmi'jeweier,
s ,i member of Scottish Rite, Mi-
imi Grotto Find has l* In the Potentates Conn of Mah!
shrine for 15 consecutive yeRrs,
As a charter member of his Mas-
Rabbi To Offer Special
I.iskcr Chief Rabbi Solomon
Friedaander, who is known as The
'!:racle Healer; was asked to eome
to Miami to offer apodal prayers
for the healing of 17-year-old Ed-
varda O'Bara. daughter of Mr.
id Mrs. Joe O'Bara, 1310 N\v
173rd Ter., who has l)een in a
.betic coma for the past year.
Ra&bi Friedlandcr, who selves
'he Lisker ConKiegatiin in The
BrOnK, N.Y.. lias previously usrtl
special prayeci Hom the Kabbalah,
(hi Light of Redemption, for the
aliflg f those with physical ail-
Linda Meyer, cochairman of the March of Dimes TAP (Teen
Action Program), helps with the mailing cf 230,000 letter;
going to Dnde Countians, asking them to join the fight
cgainst birth defects. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyer
8111 SW 20th St., Linda is a student at Coral Park Senior High
School.
Prayers For Eilwarrla
ments with amazing success, it
has been reported. He and his con-
gregation have been praying for
Kdwarda. and he says she will re-
cover completely within 24 hours
after he says the special prayers
Membersliip Brtineli
Lincoln Chapter 1288, B'nai I
B'rith Women, will hold its mem- \
bership brunch at 12:30 p.m. I
Wednesday in the Algiers Hotel. I
! Members joining on or before that i
date will Ix- the chapter's guests. |
HtNKY CKUNBAUM
OniC I.odt;e he has been known
through his years of masonry as
"Mr. Sunshine."
Elect) d to serve wi.n Mr. Green-
baum for the coming year were
the following officers: Daniel Ram-
is, Senior Warden; Edward Cam-
ner. Junior Warden: David Pull-
nan, trrasurer: Wor. Frn*k Marks,
secretary; Robert J. Freedman,
Senior D Junior Deacon. Irwin Lechowitz,
Senior Steward; Dr. San ford Cole.
Junior Steward; Arthur Borok,
"haplain; Jonas Merrin, marshal;
Fred Greenberg, Jerry Merein and
Arnold August, Tilers; Samuel Die-
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For Academy Construction
The Mcond International Festi-
val of Jewish Youth will bo hold in
Israel tn>m July 11 to Au. 22,1
liaakell Cohen of Now York, in-1
to: r.'Uion.il ch'.iinruin of the Festi-
val, and Harold O. Zimman of
Lynn. Mass., ehatimsii of the
United si.lies delegation, have
announced.
The Festival tor Jewish youth
between the 1 IS and 17
from around the world is spon-j
I jointly by the National Jew-
Welfare Board, Israel's Minis-
try of Culture I Edu il Ion, the
V '! ind Hechalutz Department
of the Jev i Am r :an Zionisl Youth Founda-
tion.
ise if th ' I, a
!".: to Mr. Zimm n, who is chair-
i ol JWB's National Health and
Physical Education Committee,
i 1) to bring Jewish youth
closer to the Si I ol Israel; 2* to
bring about contact between Is-
.. youth and Jewish youth from
abroad: 31 t>> allow tor extensive
^port< activities: 4' to acquaint
Jew ish youth with the kibbutzim,
moshavim and Nahal ix>rder set-
tlements; 5i to study and under-
stand Israel's nroblems and to be
able to bring forth its point ofi
\ ii v to the youth from the par-
ticipating countries, and 61 to
acquaint Jewish youth with the
historical, religious and battle sites
of Israel.
More than 100 Jewish teenage
boys and girls from the United
St it.'s are expected to join 400
Other Jewish youth from South
America, South Africa, Canada
Fr nee, Denmark, Holland. Italy,
Sweden, Ireland, Israel, and other
countries. The teei will lv
h Iqu irtered nl Beit Berl. a col-
r Tel Aviv. Beit Berl has
i imphithe iter, sp n is grounds.!
air-condition I
id ol icilil
will tak
pri dence over athletic prowes
i-i ear selection of participants"
Mr. Zimman said. "N i attempt will
1- made to keep totals in the ath-
lectiC events. All participants,
rather than just the winners will
Ive awards tor entering the
individual sports events and team
es." '
Mr. Cohen, who is cn-chaii-man
of the JWB National Basketball I
I i itt.. s iid, "We learned some
important lessons from the inaug-
ural FosUial in 1970. Although it WPIX5-TV
was an unqualified success, we Today."
decided to lengthen the stay in
Israel from three to six weeks
That will give the youngsters more
of a chance to absorb everything
they'll see.
Athletic and recreational activi-
ties at the Festival will include
track and field, tennis, volleyball,
table tennis, swimming and chess
for boys and girls, and basketball,
wrestling and soccer tor boys.
A qualified staff which will in-
clude Jewish Community Center
hei l!i and physical education di-
rectors as coaches and other pro-
fessional Center workers as chap-
crones will accompany the croup.
Seminars will be held at Wingate
Institute and II'brew Univi
for Jewish Community Center
health and physical education di-
rectors during the Festival.
The cost of the trip is $950,
which includes all expenses, uni-
form costs and travel insurance.
Application forms may he ob-
tained by writing to Israeli Com-
munity Youth Consultant 8500
S\V 8th St., Miami. Fla. 33144.
fr -to -to
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami's second annual tour to Israel
and It.ilv will d< part from Miami,
March ''. and return March 23
Tour leader will be Miss Miriam
Scbeinberg, YMHA Group Serv-
ices director, who led the first
tour to Israel, it has been in-
nounced.
June Fried. Cultural Arts direc- .
tor of YM-YWHA. announce- that II
a unique exhibit of crewel and
needlepoint designs will be dis-
played at the YM-YWHA An Gal-
lery through Jan. 26. 11 s
hours are 10 a.m. to noon and -'
to 5 p.m. daily except S I
and 8 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednes-
days and Thui sdays.
The works on display are th
nsults of the combined efforts of
('.role Garrison and Susan Rerke.
Carole Garrison is well-known In
South Florida as an artist. Her
talents in stitcberv have long been
admired by avid hobbyists and
professionals alike: her designs
have been featured in local stores
She won first place for creatiu
stitchery in the Homestead Art
9h iw. and has exhibited at th"
Grove House Teachers Show. The
Women's Cancer Society Bazaar.
Bayfront Park Auditorium and
the Miami-Dade Junior College
Student Show. With her partner
she was twice featured on tlv
program "For Women
Susan Berke's creativity in ne -
dlewotk stems from a varied back-
ground in handcraft. Her woven
tapestry was awarded 1st pri
an exhibit at the YM-YWHA. sh
contributed to the student show
at Miami-Dade and her work lias
been featured In the Teacher's
Show at the Grove House Patterns
of the work OH display will be
available during the exhibit.
Students Spend
Weekend At Camp
Seventh and eighth gradi t\
dents of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami's Religious School will
spend the weekend at
Owaissa Bauer in a retreat de-
voted to the theme firat started
by Hillel: "If I am not for myself,
who will be for me? And if I am
only lor myself, what am I?"
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff and
members of the Junior High
School Department faculty will
participate with the students in
analyzing the meaning of the
statement, famous in Judaism. Sem-
inars, songs, dances, athletics and
individual consultations will be
included in the program.
The weekend will beein with a
traditional Sabbath dinner and
close Sunday afternoon with an
open evaluation of the three-day
experience by the stud. nts.
Dcmoliti in work got underway
this week on the old Junior High
Scho : aid Senior High School
Building of the Hebrew Academy
,1 Great, r Miami in preparal
for the "' u
$500,000 facility on th te, across
Pine Tree Drhi '" school's
main cam]
Nearly 300 stud< nts h id ear'i -r

to the -- '" Vi
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lacilit '
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Concert Recital At Temple
.1 unes Oliver Busweil IV, a
young \ iolinist whose c ireer h is
..at! rmed "phenomenal" ;>> the
crit i will appeal in a cono
recital at Tempi!' Beth Shol
4141 Chase Avenue, Sunday at
8 '" p.m.. according '" '" an-
nounccment by Mrs David Druck
er ,ch lirman ol Beth Sholom's
Culture and Fine Arts Committee
under vvbosi auspices the j lung
list is appearing. Since his I
public appearance at the RgC ol
seven. Biuwell has appeared with
most of the major symphony or-
I chest is in N >rl h Ait i
-.. lent of tit. tool.
On she parti ng whl br .
eluded, .m i th. n oat pragres iv
educational pts hnw l .
incorporate?! hH i th> design, t
tei Hassi i ims U be used I
junior h with mo\
partitions in the modular c- i
will also provisions
Ikm m all i ;
whl -i
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SHMUEL FERSHK0, Composer, with Zimrah Chorus
Symphonette Sat. Feb. 20th, 8 P.M., M. B. Auditorium
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Leon J. Ell is scheduled to lec-
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objectives and accomplish-
ments at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
before members and guests of
the 800 Plaza Club, 800 W. Ave.,
Miami Beach, Rose M. Kopel,
president, has announced. A
retired lawyer, author, column-
ist and world traveler. Mr. Ell
was a member of the White
House Conference on Refugees
end the U.S. Refugee Commit-
tee.
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Hi ami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Groups Announce Week's Schedule
I Mo Ungi : r activities
ha\e t.:, (!., -,-!. t hv number
of ii Miami Eh
Cli i liailassah.
. I'..ri< Xowera Group will hold
it* i lar in i.r, ting in Hi.'
An lid .. in at l; i Ave. al
1 ; Monday \-- :-t-n the film
"Sh .. nc Lit'i will he shown.
Ai; m 1 i sin!. ,\ood cai \
b\ i ,i i i ...., ii will |),. spon-
sored bj ihi i from 2-6 pjn.
Sum la j Jan. 17. or the 2nd floor
ol the i" iir -.i West Ave.,
Alls i'auline .'. ^. m. president,
has at nounci \ ird party will
be hi Id in i i 1200 Wi si Ave.
Bill--, s ,anl i uom al 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 19.
l.inoiiu Qroop will hold iis reg-
ul.ii monthly meeting in the Lin-
Coin Club Rooms al 12:30 p.m. on I
Monday. The m< "The Hands
of Healing" will be shown. The
group has als i hi dulcd an Eye
Bank-Blue Box Party in the Al-
giers Hotel ai ll to a.m. Tuesday,
Jan 19, with rtainmenl by
son., tn Mai B ilaban. Presi-
dent is Ann I.. \. .
Triton Tower* Group's regular
1 ;>'i 12 30 p.m.
jjjEuuatiay. Jan. in. in the Algiers
Bute)* aud- will t< iture Mrs. L.
C.i I man, ai i inied by ( I i
thii :iSerii. in th cantata "Three
Gifts Mrs. Hemy Landers la the
group's |iresirUiit
Kaiiiiunti (.r..u|i's H.M.O, lunch-
. i.ii wir, he hi 11 al the Harbor
Hous al noon Tuesday, Jan. 19.
with ,. ii... nti rtainmenl ar-
ranged i)> Mia Leona Meisel,
pi SldlTlf.
Israeli Graop is holding its reg-
ular luncheon eeting Monday
rhoon in *fJle*'Algiers Hotel and
owing the film Frank Sinatra
in Israel." Mrs. Esther Meyer is
ln.si.lerl o| tha group.
Mrs. Lee (". In an and her ac-
companist, Mrs Olga Bibor stem,
will pn sent the cantata "The
Tin. e Gifts" al th [ular lunch-
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" n meeting ol the Baj Harbor
Group in the Balmoral Hotel al
ll :30 a.m. Monday. Presidenl of
the group is Mis. S. B. Margolis.
Treasure lions.- Group will have
s "Flshbowl i !ai I Party" al 12:30
' 'r Won la in the North Bl I
Prizi s an.) n ii ......is ... i | i
i idi .1. Mrs Goldie Gil sky i tl
president,
Mrs. Sol Greenbertr. pn -
has announced a regular lunch on
met ting for the Henrietta Sw>W
Group in the Algiers Hotel Men-
da} noon.
Pantomime artist Si Green will
perform at the Tuesday noon reg-
ular luncheon meeting of the Sha-
lom* Group in the Algiers Hotel,
Mrs. Irvin A. Shapiro is president.
The i. k. Goodman Group has
scheduled a hook review by Jack
Grossman at 1 p.m. Sunday in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. The group has also
planned an outing to the Ever-
glades by chartered bus on Sun-
day, Jan. 24, iCaU Sylvia Rubel
or I.il Chabner, pn sident, foi ad-
ditional information. '
A regular luncheon meeting will
lie held by the Battier Group In
the Bel Ane Hotel Monday noon,
Mrs. p.ae Peinstein is president,
Mrs. Rose Kopel, president of
the Pfasa oo Group, announces
that Murray Tiebell will review
Zelda Popkin'S hook Herman Had
Two Daughters" at its regular
meeting Monday noon in the build-
ing's recreation room.
WC Will Sponsor
Yiddish Theatre
Troupe's Revue
The Workmen's Circle is spon-
soring the appearance of a Yidish
Theatre Ensemble which includes
five outstanding stars of the New
York American Jewish musical
stage at the Miami Beach Senior
High School Auditorium. 223]
Prairie Ave., ai ,x p.m. Sunday,
Jan 31, ii has been announced,
Chayele Ash, a fine artist
Israel, and Ari and Abraham Kuhr-
man, Yiddish humorists and char-
acti r actors, will appear in a
lively revue which Will include
song's in Yiddish. Hebrew and
English. Another headliner will ix1
..p.'ia star Ginctta La Bianca. who
will present folk songs as well as
ol the anas in hei i epertoire.
The ensemble will be accompa-
nied by pianist Edith Kess.
who has performed in Carnegie
Hall and the Philadelphia Acad-
emy of Music. Its appearance is
part of a nation-wide tour under
the auspices of the Workmen's
Circle and Farband-Labor Zionist
Ordi r.
Tickets lor the Yiddish Theatre
troupi 's performance are available
at the Workmen's Circle office,
Suit* 307, 940 Lincoln Road Mall.
Miami Beach,
Be Observed Here
Along Wit* other Council Sec-
lions throughout the nation, the
Greater Miami s, cti n ol the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will be observing "NCJW Week"
Jan. 11-1S as part of its member-
ship drivi.
The goal ol the organi ation is
io double it., membership and its
strength. Pn nt menu* rship ol
the voluntary rvice and educa-
organization founded in
189 ; is i boul 100.000. The local
program includes volun i er sen ice
at the Jewish Home for th< A i
1 ur S, nuns and Senior I )a\
i are G nieis; s. rvice to blind.
;' at and ct Iturally deprived chil-
dren; participation in the Women
In Community Service organiza-
tion and naturalization and immi-
gration si i \ ce toi n. weomera to
this country.
'lii. theme ol NCJW Week" is:
Join the NCJW and Work lor:
N cighbor
<' ommunity
J cws here and overseas
W orld"
Women concerned about the
needs of the elderly disadvantaged,
day care, education, civil riKhts
and welfare are invited to join
the Greater Miami Section. Fur-
ther information may be secured
by calling or writing the Miami
office, located at 1317 Biscayne
Blvd.
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Hound Town
The Richard Behreiur* annual
end of the ye ir party was a cock-
tail-buffet on the patio of their
South Dadc home for more than
125 guests. It could have been i
mod fashion show; hostess Let a
Behren wore a hot pink max!
with silver boots, wh.ie Richard
updated men's fashions with a
two-pi.ce maroon velvet vest
suit. Guests Included Ed Rates,
ll.mk and Teddy Kaaanar, Steve
and Anna Carver, Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Kama, Kon and tierl
Levitt, Bob and Dena Parent
iwho recently gave "little Bob-
by'' a surprise birthday gala*,
Dave and Bydafl Beniian. Aba
and Helen Kriitniaii. Dr. and
Airs. Ted Wolfe, Stan and Bar-
bara Rouen and I.t. Col. and Mrs.
Mike Moiusak.
Industrial Claims Court Judge
i;ne.i p. Grossman a.id Mlam
Beach Councilman Norman Ci-
ment were inong those named to
in w iiiriicial p ists b> ..ill.-, an:
Gov, Claude Kirk, who utilized
new census .;, | -..-, ies ll
appointments.
Mm. (Srossman, i ife of Dr. I.
i'.. .--m hi. m. imi B \ phy- j
\\ s n ins i hi. j
Ciw uit Conn Ju Ige She I
lieved t i be the firsl woman i i
ho'd a s ., .ii the Ire ..t bench
h re.
Judge G oss nan, 29, .- .-. :
uate of the Universitj of Mi
rid us School oi Law. A re
l Repul I in, she pracl
law under her m Rhea
cs. The circuit i.i Igeshi)
11 i year, and the .: .v n .i
named her to serve a tw
t. -m.
Mr. i was appointe I
the $2 00-a-year i ndusl
claims judges'i p i :. eing Judge
Grossman. His selection for tiv
four-year post was made by the
Officers Nominated By
Apartment Association
|
The Miami Beach Apartment
Association has nominated its of-;
ficers for the coming year, includ-
ing Sidney Rubinowitz, chairman
of the hoard: Jud re J.
W< iss. president: Carl Abrams.
Phil OuBeshter, Mam ice j |
Toby Topf and Samuel Wrubel,
vice presidents; Nettie Abrams re-
cording secretary, and B. I I
Teitelbaum, xecutive seen tar;..
The group, a non-profit oi
/aturn founded in 1940, will nom-
inate its board of directors at its
next meeting.
s. cretary .: Commerce, witl I
.; p:o\al of th-. governor 11
; l.t. i .\ Raj 11 ho. ne sen I
..- s er. tary of i i ce
Judgi 35, i- a n -'. I
Democrat, ai I ui ei the l... -
In d resign from hi i' .
I 'ouncil al w hi re h
term was t ha\ ended .a N
ember, 1971 and his prh
Mia ich
Sisterhood Sets \rt
Kxhihit & Auctioa
The Temple /.. S terh I
v- l xh '"'i '. I \ i on u.. ?
1 on Saturd Ian I
ning at (i p.m. in the I I
Mill. ;. .. d
Admission is I cal iguea
will be led without chai
A work oi an valued o\ $]
\i'l be gi\ i, iway as
il thi Arl I ,. tit ai d A
which ill be lu ;ted <-\ d \
Art oi East i;. a ck, N.J.. well
known I oul the Unit. I
Stat s for rund raising
auction.
Original oil (.water-
colors, etchir :s, lithogi i -.
sculpture, ,icwi Irj tapecti ies I
oriental rugs ;. by 1 nou
artists, .,,iii be included ;-i 'h-
auction; th, ir authenticity is
antic I
v Hi., s, Patrons ''
preceding ih I
nunch tinenl
huff, u .
will be furnishe .. i ,
L |< .. .. .
patron at 1 evei Persoi
teresti I In
nl t Mrs. M irl i .' .n
or Mrs, Mich : Siotni k
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Friday. January 8, 97[
Styles do not change much, as the wedding photo taken 50
years ago shows. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyers, who now re-
side in Miami Beach, recently celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary at a party in Chicago, 111., hosted by their chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Meyers of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Cohen of
Hollywood.
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THKY rSED TO LIVE HK.RF.
Edith .inn I^mis Zeller, wh > used to live in
M tini Beach, and were proprietors of Zellers
Interiors on llsl Street until they moved t<>
Vllentown, Pa., came back I ir two lovely rea-
sons: the Bar Mitzvab of a nephew, son of Mr.
nd the x.V.h birthday >: Mrs. Zeller'- father.
Mr. Fine. Maurice and M illy Shein hosted a din-
i party i i the Zellers and their friends. It was
. "luverly" evening. Amon the guests were Mr.
id Mrs. Da\ ii Levin, Dr. ind Mrs. Norman
P.uss, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Bei nstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Reisl.....g, Mr and Mrs. James Chapman.
Mrs. I.il i Mr i Mi -. Samuel F '
Mrs. Elizabeth Klein and Mi. and Mrs. Simon
.' iff.
BEUNION AT WESTVIEW i <)I NTRY CLUB
But it wasn't a reunion >! the Westviewers
cmselves It was :> c^mp reunion of "Samosot
the Second" for the Miami area; even some of
I i. COUns flora came in from Boston. Kenny Tate.
counselor, was at the reunion with his brother,
riuny. who is u camper. Kenny was home from
Yandorbilt University for the ho'iday vacation.
Their mother and father are Stanley and Joni
Tate. Sister Linda is still a student it Miami
Bench High School. Susy (Mrs. Edward) Guth-
-r.ann was there with Ricky and Bobby, and Caro-
lyn (Mrs. Donald i Barmack with their yojngest
David. Felicia (Mrs. Richard' Deutch was there
Kith David and Ricky. Also seen were Brit
Xoven and Tracy Roth. Ice ere am and cake and
cokes and a fi'm stiip showing last years camp
"Ctivities made a previously quiet afternoon one
full of exclamations of "There I am. See me, see
me!" as every camper found himself in the
T.ovies.
ROUND ABOUT
At Juniors' for brunch were the "Wednes-
days" eating very delicately. The Wednesdays are
Inez Krensky. Alyce (Mrs. Loon" Ell. Frances.
'Mrs. Jack" Katzman, Sybl (Mrs. Max) Weitz.
Th" missing "Wednesday" was Prances Becker-
man who is on a cruise. Ruth (Mrs. Ben Zioni
Glnsburg was talking to Sarah Frishman and
her aunt, Mrs. Mendel, who is visiting from New
York.
At Schrafts 'but no hot fudge Sundays) were
Mrs. Mo Blitz, Mr-. Jack Mi yerhoff. Mrs. Sidney
Blum. Mrs. Morton Greenwood and Mrs. Irving
r\ todman who had just come home from Cali-
fornia. Florenee Blum was pouring the coffee.
Not from choice but from necessitythe wait-
I -ses were so busy that if they had waited for
them to pour it they would have still been there.
At the shoemaker-. Mrs Vivian Rosr-h was
eking up the shoes for her two sons Ronald
end Maik. They're always having to be mended.
*he says.
Back home in Miami and glad of the sunshine
was Pauline (Mrs. Jacki Schwartz. She and her
husband had been to New York for the nam
c -remony of Jack's new grandd mghter, born to
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Se'.nv irtz (that makes tw i
daughters, Rachel, and Lisa'.. They ils sp -nl an
evening in New York with Howard and Isabel
Gi ive. Isabel wore a fabulous fur coat and fur
hat. No wonder she didn't cue that ;t was
snow Ing.
Sylvia (Mrs. Mayi Peskoe and Jean 'Mrs.
Kaih Perron were at Anil (Mrs. Joseph) Bern-
stein's house delighting in her gorgeous popovers
for brunch and her equally gorgeous handicraft.
is making a new form >f collage th it is
nating. They are lik-' exquisite paintings,
little b.ts of this and that that I can't
ribe. Anita has done her hous over it's
I i.'ul.
IT WAS A COCKTAIL B1 FFET
For a siM'cial r. ason. It was Sidney's and
Stella Tellers' 33th wedding anniversary and
they celebrated by having their friends over to
drink, eat and talk over old times. Among the
guests were Dr. and Mrs. Edv. ud Roth. Mr. and
Mrs Ted Sandier, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Friedman,
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Karson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Fein* r, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Newman,
Stella's sister from New York! Mrs. Mildred
Klein, Dr. and Mrs. Herman Mechlowitz and
Bunny and Millicent Beldner.
SIX MONTHS HERE, SIX MONTHS THERE
When Jane Raff and Jim Lasser, who met on
a N.C.J.W. tour, got married, they decided to
spend six months of the year in Jamestown. NY.,
the other six in Miami. However "The Jewish
Floridian" follows them to New York so they
keep in touch with what is going on here. But
the didn't need the Florldian to tell thorn that
Jane's son Marty, and his wife, Rochelle were
about to have a baby. They got here before the
boy. David, was born. Th.' Marty Raffs have a
boy to go with their girl, Denise.
SHE WAS (it EST OF HONOR
Barbara (Mrs. Lewis) Cohen thought she was
invited to i bolidaj get-together for husbands.
wives and children hasted by Eleanor (Mrs.
Phii i Halpern last w -ek. But when I5;ir!>aia
arrived at the Halperns' home, .she was startled
to learn -he was the honored guest at a babj
shower. After shrieks of laughter and tears of
joy. the 14 women sat down for a gab-fest and a
buffet featuring Quiche Lorraine. Among the
guests were Rachel 'Mrs. Josef) Palgon, the boat-
ess' mother Ida i.Mrs. Harry I Las kin and Jesse
'Mrs. Mortimer* Cohen, Barbara's mother and
her mother-in-law.
Maltit- Washlon To
Host 14th Annual
Benefit Luncheon
For the nth c nsecutive year
Matt:e Waahton will sponsoi and
hosi the Louis D. Brandeis G
, Hadassah lunch
ai| proceeds to thi
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pavilion, the John F, K
Building and the M Sharett
contribution report! dl> was a mo-
irdiac resuscitation system.
More than 300 members and
Frit nds are expected to attend the
gala affaii in the Eden Roc Hotel
at noon Monday. Jan 25. Chair-
man of the day will be Elizabeth
NATTlt WAiHTOH
lioiit'V Ktiliin llonori
r nej (Mrs. Sid) Rubin, .'
ish Florid, in staffei was h
ored recently at a baby -
and luncheon given h) her
issociates. Among tho*'- pres<
* Mrs. Florence Pollack. M
Winme Heller, Mrs, Chris Cai
in, Mrs Patsy Hires, Mrs 5
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Mrs Dorothy Cook and !
is Mrs. Rose Ruban.
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They in. hide Diary ol a Mad
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Ml imi' "No Bis f Glass
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Way Di tve-Ina and "Th
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Jewisti HorkMaun
Page 7-B
Kasselman
Tav ne Kasselman became the
1.' <;? Robert Clark Saturday,
26, in" 7 3? p.m. ceremonies
Becomes the Bride Of Robert Clark i Karyn Gail Binder JWV Quarterly Meeting
enter dental school after he gets will live in Athens, Ga while they A ttJl Tlnilfttft S'/l i/V'S ^ ^e Held III Tampa
his decree. Mrs. Clark is affiliated continue their education. vt*CA ESUIIXMM, CTVM n ^ J(.wish War veterans D -
United in Marriage
with Delta Phi Kpsilon. Phi Chi
[tieta, Theta Sigma Phi. Gamma
Al; ha Chi and the Am. ricail Mat -
Anociation.
Greenfields Announce
Eileen"1s Engagement
Mr. ind Mrs. Philip Greenfield,
Tlie bride, who had selected a
gown of silk peau de sole with
cap slei vi s which en ated a c >pe
ffi ct in th back and a c illar o(
v as attero ed by
Sh iron Kassalman ma i of hon ir,
::i bridesmaida Brenda Levin, ..... fflr-rri". n QWiriiirtn -'
' Rob rta Heckel. fliami B?ach Senior High School
' ark i. II Si r.Keb ''' University of Florida, is
,. ,,,,.., Clark n | as | doinq a clinical affilla-
4460 N. Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
<>f the h laughter, Eileen Joyce,
to Jerry Lieberman Hall, the in
ol M Esth : Lieberman, 7333
A ve Miami Beach, and
thi '. d Ralph Lieberman.
besl man; led Harold
Cl h, n. ,T. f| Ritl n Ke-
mi ny and Jack Cohn.
After a Mont o Jamaica.
honeymoon, Mr, and Mis. Clark planned.
t ,i n:i ;- Health Center In
Mr. Hall, who als i
i from Miami Beach
: High School, is currently
attending Florida State Univer-
sity. A June wedding is being
MRS. ROBERT ClARK
r., rforn id by Rabl i Herbert M.
Baumcard at the Algiers Hotel.
The ritis were followed by a re-
ception for the couple at the hotel.
Both the bride, daughter of Mr.
Bind Mr. Kenneth Kasselman, 1124
Andoia Ave. Coral Caliles. and
pnT-TTinnlPiBW IWtose parents are
|r. rtffl.-Vu*. ilaiul C". Clark of
Ulant! I ft x\ to graduate
Irom t L'niveisit.. of Georgia in
luwi. iVJi'. cjaik a member f Tau
Eps'iltfQ Phj tt.it :mty. plans to
JWV Auxiliary Activities Announced
lartment of Florida will hold a
constitutional convention pi
he organizati n's qua
ipa this wei
Col. Maurice Weinman of M
B ach, :\. ation, :
tate of F uri la
t which v\ill i
MRS. DONALD L. SHIRES
Rabbi
ated at
Eugene Labovitz offici-
the Algiers Hotel rites
Mrs. Justine AbramowitZ, presi- Young Circle, Hollywood, Wednes-
,li nt of the Jewish War Veterans day.
Department of Florida Ladies North Shore 677 members will
Auxiliary, will hold her third service the Veterans Hospital tele-
council of administration meeting I cart and feed the incapacitated uniting Karyn Gail Binder and
in Tampa this weekend j patients Tuesday. Their business i Donald Lee Shires in marriage
Representatives of auxiliaries i meeting is scheduled Wednesday i Sunday. Jan. 3, at 2 p.m.
I throughout the state will attend at 7:30 p .m. in the Washington Bonnie Bin(lpr wrved as ma,d of
the session hosted by Tampa/a Federal. 1231 Washington Ave. L^, fm. |h|i brid(, u,,oscnts
; Albert Aronovitz Auxiliary. Mrs. Members of the nominating com- ( M|. am, Mrs Josi Bmd are
mittee will be named; every mem-
ber is urged to attend, j residents of Manhattan Beach.
Department president Justine i Brooklyn. N.Y. The bridegroom.
Abramowitz will make her official son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shires,
visit to Abe Horowitz. 682 at 8 p.m. 7939 Wl,s, Dr N(..h u.xy v.
Di .11 tment offic 1 -,
and tl "ir familii s from all
( Ifjjtl '.
to
anqui
\\b"vi Aromn-ita H
Ihe I ....
W ill gel
a.m. S mda.i.
Fcrom Begins 36th Year
'! .' : !' irum : Adull
Educat Ion foundi d bj Dr Al
ham VVolfson has l gun its 3<
ar of wri kly cultural and i
cat! sions. The Forum .s
held from lu a.m. to noon every
Thursday the year around in the
Washington Federal's Auditorium,
1234 Washingti n Ave., under the
chairmanship of Thomas Davidoft
and Raphael Burstein. Everyone is
welcome; there is no charge.
Abramowitz will make a presen-
l tat ion at the Bay Pines Veterans
I Hospital Saturday. A Saturday
evening cocktail party banquet
will precede the Sunday morning
business session.
Nurman ttrut-r Brown 17 4 hos-
Individual Attention to
&bel>hv
Individual Npeds
Private Schools Grades 5-12
Business Courses Tutoring
Broward Schools 525-2C71
Dade Schools 4446543
Thursday, Jan. 14 during the reg-
ular business meeting in Unified
was served by Allen Shires, besl '
pital volunteers Sylvia Liebman ; Hall and present the Department's man-
Following tne ceremonies, the
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and I" i anci i Bittei man w ill ser\ ice Friendshi) Gavel.
the v. tcrans Hospital telecart and Points Bast 698 will hold a reg-
hold a "kaffee klatch" for the 11th ular business meeting in the Club
floor resident patients Saturday. House at 8 p.m. Monday.
Harry II. Cohen VIX will hold
its regular business meeting in the
Surfside Community Center at
8 p.m. \\ ednesday.
Manas Solomon MS will hold a1
7 p.m. "noshery" at Homestead
AFB Thursday, Jan. 14.
Miami Keaeli g80 v. ill hold an
S p.m. board meeting in the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave., Wednesday.
ouple departed for a honeymoon
in Jamaica: they will make their
home on Harbor Island. Miami
Beach, when they return.
'poiiMjw-i *S*ijbv **
tabbi Joseph E. Rarkovsky
bow* JF 1JMS
MS MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
A cake sale will be held by Col.
David Marcus 7i in front of Fred-
Victor B. Preedman 813 has erlck's Food stoic 183rd Street
scheduled ;t l p.m. card party In I and NW 7th Avenue, on Thursday,
the Homp Federal Bark BWg., Ian. 11.
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AIR. end MM. SAMUEL DKUSIN
Fay, Som Dreisen Celebrate
60th Wedding Anniversary
i-'.i> r, have be*n residents of Greatei
Miami lor the past 40 years, are
celebrating a happy occasion this
weeki:... their 80th wedding an-
niveisa.; and want their friends
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The Dreisens who make their
hom. at 6263 Sunset Dr.. South
Miami, were married Jan. H. 1911.
They i a ne to South Florida from
Grand Rapids. Mich. Their son.
Anson J. Dr. is i. Is a resident of
Los Anevles. Caiit.; his sister. Mrs.
Ijco Berkowitz lives in New Bod-
ford. Mass. The) also have a son-
in-law who li\ ^ here Nat L.
Williams -if Rivo Alto Island, Mi-
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rage 8-B
vlenitf Tht-Miari
It's Hard To Be A Cynic j
After You've Been There
&CSL MrffU&k
r,y KDHAKi) COHEN
Kiryat SI not h one of the
opment towns I I on my
Israel '' -*
- i UJA sh iwpiece in
iteb ok, on the
\ i ,- .1- tin re, I w rote b ml the
. : rs blacks1
Sit ted the Leb-
es I ;1 the target _
,-,.-1:. 5**W F r-wtmr"-*
> it was estab-
ied in 1933 I.
When v. red ths city of
ie battle
ars. as wi II r housing
I I took th
,;: with my Insta-
iatic one sh a tank, its gun-
el inting at the '
:i-: the oth o some buildin cs,
i.n with Leban in .is a back-
round,
ft .\ s qui when I was there:
i latesl incidenl had taken pla
few weeks before in a near ty
immunity where 34 children had
i'ii the victims of a school bus
imbing. But life for these people,
isi ,,: thi m from North Africa
"il Asia, is very uncertain and
- pe is not as ea -y as it is for
1 J.\ tourists.
The front pa fe of Monday's Mi-
ni Herald reported, "Five roc-
kets fired from Lebanon liit the
[siai front >r town of Kiryet
Shn oneh, but there w re i i casul-
i es, ccording to a Ti I A\ l\
spokesman.
"A guerrilla spokesman in Am-
man. Jo: dan. however, said the
KENNETH RH HARD
Saturday, Jan.. 9, at Beth l'a\ id
Congregation, Kenneth Paul, the
Mr. and Mrs David Rich-
ard, 7920 S\V 89th Tor., will !v
.a led to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah during the worship services.
Richard, an eighth grade student
at Glades Junior High School, has
participated in many camp shows
and won awards for personality as
well as for talent,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard will host
Kenneth Richard
Kennctl ten Imoth-
.;-. Mrs Kah Simonsohn. M in)
relativ New Yoi *
pected to attend
attack lasted "''- hours and caused a Doral Country Club reception In Rel
heavy loss S of Israeli lives and
equipment."
li reall) doesn't matter whose re-
port is more accurate, the simple
fact is that these immigrants live
with terror every day. It is liffi-
c'lt to I"" a cvnic about fund-
,., |.n \ ,,, i,.. ,, there
Ribbon Culling Sunday For
Palmetto General Hospital
Palmetto General Hospital will
' ild its ribbon-cutting
Sunday at -' p.m. with Dade Coun-
ty Mayor Steve Clark performing
ie honors at the ; re site iusl
est of the Palmetto Expresswaj
t .\\v 122nd St., it has been
nnounced,
The n "a proprii tarj hospital, es-
t tlilish-d by 52 physicians and
surgeons who pi ictice in the Hia-
h. Miami S| rings and Miami
kes area, will open Jan. IT with
i beds available. T >urs of the
i- itai II be indu \U >l Sunda}
om '-' to 6 p.m. Additional tours
been as< istant administrator of an
1,100-bed hospital, holds a Mas-
ter's degree in Hospital Adminis-
tration from Washington Univer-
sity of St. Louis.
An added feature of the pre-
opening ceremonies is an exhibi-
tion and sale of contemporary art
from Gallery Three and the Art
Institute of Miami. Proceeds will
l;o into a patient recreation fund,
according to public relati ins
chairman Mort Zimmerman.
By April. ISO beds will be avail-
able, and the hospit J will ei
IS I pi rsons with a prelected an-
honor of the occasion. Among the
guests ol honor will be the cele-
brant's grandfather, Alex Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaplan and
family of New York and the Daniel
Richard family from Maryland
t-r
STEWART NEWMAN
Sti wart Paul, the son of Mr.
: Mrs Irving Newman, will be-
i come Par Mitzvah Saturday Jan.
I, at Beth Torah Congregation.
Stewart, a seventh grade stu-
'.lit al John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, is in the fifth gra Ie
't the r iligio is -iio 'I al Beth
Torah and plans t I continue his
igious .studies in the Hebrew
Hinh School following his gradua-
tion. He also serves as president
of the Pre- U.S.Y.
A Kiddush and reception will be
hosted m the celebrant's honor
Saturday l>v his narents.
q q. ty
WILLIAM GREEN
William Harold, the son of Em-
! ;lv and Calvin Green, will become
\ Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite Cen-I
! tor. during the 8:45 a.m. services i
on Saturday Jan. 9.
William, a student at th" tem-|
dIp"
JACK GERLICH
Saturday m irning, Jan. 9 il
8 15 a.m.. in the main sanctuarj
>f Temple Nor T.imid. Juck, the
, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gerlich,
7450 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
\ will be P. Mitzvah.
Jack is a student at Nor T lit I
Religious School, and attends the
Lehrman Daj School, where he is
a member of the Drama Club He
is also a member of the Boy Sc Kits
of America.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception In Jack's
honor will be held Saturdav at the,
II it bour Ho se South
.
DANIEL BINE
On Saturday. Jan. 9, Daniel
Joseph, sop ot Mr, and Mrs. Stan-
ley Bine. 521 W. 65th Tei I! al h
will become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob,
Daniel, an ei :hth gra Ie stud nt
it Palm Sp Junl >r H t
School plays oboe in the school
band.
Mr. and Mrs. Bine will hosl n
luncheon in their son-, honoi fol-
lowing the ceremony.
Maternal grandmother, Mrs.
Betty Cooperman and paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mix. Leon
Bin*' of Brooklyn. NY will share
in the fectivitles.

ANITA ZEISEL
Anita, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I.any Zeisel, will bee......
Bat Mitzvah during the Friday j
Beth Torah
re'iejous school, is in the evening services at
e sen duled Mondaj an I Wednes- nual payroll of $3,000,000. The top*p\.....'h grade at Ada Merit! dun- Congregation Jan. 8.
'ay from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday three floors ol the eight-floor lor High.
5 I'"- building will be partially c
Ruym nd R. Gi ie i in, who has
I president of Cedars
Lebai m Hospital for the past
\ yeai s, li is been n tm d i a u-
i- lirectoi i the new !
hich pornte* lafpst mi d-
ind tec'iin it i -.
M". G ssman. who moved here
St Louis, Mo., wl hi h id
pleted and available for later ex-
pansion, according to Mr. Gross-
m in.
Dr. Eliott II. Bora Is chairman
i ine-man steering committee
which has accelerated construc-
tion of the hospital's So.5C0.000
Smith, Korach, Hayet, Lip- present.
>rk & Associates are the
architects.
Ann i,
The celebrant will bo honored at' vah claa
the Kiddush following the >rv*ces
at a luncheon nl th Studio Res-
taurant, and fiends are also In-
Ited to an Or Green's home Sat'""day pvenin".
1. it It arents Mrs. Rone Sn-
llati'los a"'l
a member of the Mitz-
at Beth To;ah's Harol I
Wolk Religious School, where she
has been a student three years,
will become a member off thi C
. nation Class of
In th.
ci lebrant'- hoi i hi i
P.'-o'ien Green will I parents will sponsor the Ones
of town guests will Shabbal following the sendee.
Sid-
RORERT KORNBLl'M
Robert Bruce the son ol Mr
ind Mrs Allen Kornl lun v ill be-
come B ir Mitz\ ih S iturd .
; in it fi nple Zion.
Mrs, '"-tiler M.i'ter.
: Maltei nd Fred Malter.
a-
michael frank
Mii-'"ie! Alan, son o' Mr.
M R ibei i Frank, will be
ir MitTv di S itnrday, Jan. 9
att
At the festivities which followed the Dec. 26th dedication of
"Wolfson Place" in honor of the Key West notive who has
done so much towards the restoration of its historic sites are,
from left, Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Col. Wolfson, David Wolk-
owsky, proprietor of the Pier House Motel where the celebra-
tion took place, and Key West Mayor Delio Cobo.
Wolfson Honored By Fellow Conchs
Wotnetco
,'olfsen, one
president M.tchell
of Kej West'- "fav- to
ite sons." was
How 'Conchs''
honor.
last
d by his
weekend
oughfare
in the "Old Island Res-
Area" J "Mitchell Wolf-
son Place
Mitchell W
and his wife,
hen Ki y West Mayor Delio Cobo Prances, were responsible for the
restoration of the Audubon House,
built in 1880 by Captain John Cei-
ger, Kej West's most famous har-
bor pilot and master salvager,
which served as baadauartara for
John .lames Audubon ill IS",!' while
he w as painting his famous
of America" pictui
reseated him with a plaque in
no* ot the 10th Anniversary of
I ie "Old Island Restoration Move-
a nt" .sparked by Wolfson's res-
iratton and opaaing of the Auau-
hi House in 19f>0. The city fathers
so Mated a reaojntion renaming
Ixctwnge Street" (a main thor-
T ile 1 manu-EI
Michi i i student al I la M '
1 High School, where
h' is in the eieMh vrnde is n
member of the National Junior
Honor s ioiptv and Hv> j. cm
of the President's Physical Fit-
ncss Award. Michael also nlavs
be trumnet in the vh i b i
Mr. Mi 3. Israel Teiteh the
i>|ehmnt's "-andparonts. will at*
i tend the event,
KENNETH AIMONS0H.N
Kenneth i)i\id, nun of Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Sknonsohn, 8920 SW
th St., will become Bar Mit/.vah
; 3 -a. Jay .1 in. 9, at Temple Or
I Olom.
An eighth gradi student al
Rockaway Junior High So! m,i.
Kenneth was a member of the
Khourv League's 1968 champion]
il team, and also p bas-
ketb U for the Southwest \
A I e ISUO.
Mr. and Mrs, Simons hn w ill
host th One Shabbal i
avenlng as wi Kiddush
following th Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day. A reception an I luncheon In
Kenneth's honor will '- I held
in the temple following the
Kiddush
mg the honoied gu sts will
R >b rt it el jhth gr
at Rockaway Junior High School.
is a member of the Stu lent Coun-
Studenl Affi irsCoi
plays the clarinet in the concert
hand. He plays footb the
Westchester Optimists, Khoury
League has'ball and basketball
with the s utbwesl Youth Activi-
'
Mr. and Mrs. Kornblum will host
the One- Shabbal on Friday night. 1
as well as the Kiddush on Saturd IJ
and there will be a reception at
the Kornblum home Saturdav
it m Robert's honor. Among
the honored guests will be the!
irandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Solosko, Mrs. Fanny Kornblum
and Mis. Mildred Jaffe.
if
LVI.i: RICHTER
Lyle Fied, the son or Mr. andl
Mrs. Harol.1 I.. P.ichtnr. 7950 Hau
thorne Ave., Miami Beach, will
leoame Bat Mitzvah, Saturday
norning Jan < i Agudath 1
Hebrew Institute.
I.vie. an eighth tudent
1 N lutilua Ji in n High School,
has been captain of its foothill
and basketball to,,m- and has
r i awards.
A reception in honor of the cel-
ebrant w ill be hosted by his parents'
Friday, January 8. 1971
the adjacent building immedi-
ately after the services.
Judge Henderson Speaker
The American Society of Won
en Accountants^- Miami Cha]>'.
No. 75, will hold iu- rftular month-
ly meeting, TuoadaVJKi the Dupoi
Pla/a Hotel. The social hour w
be at 6:15 p.m. with dinnei
it '' 15 p.m. Judge James c. n m-
istrial Claims B i
will speak on "Workmen's C
pensatlon." Mrs Sharon Browi
ha|Uor..i'<'si '.out...w lUrftresid
the busin iss meetln r to 1 llow
Happenings
The Board of Directoi of the
Jefferson National Baafc at son-
ny lalea has announced the
turn of Marvin Glrascic t i tin
. of Business I tev< lopmei
Officer of the bank. Mr. GJt
who has been with the b
195 and has dm
rous res lenti il, hi :h rise
and busim -.- development
s, i~ a member of the
B'nai Brith Gold Coast 1 I
and the Miami Beach Chamber
ol 0 ;i wife
Gertrnde, live .at 5313 Collins
Ave Miami Beach.

The annu il Insl illation of th
Miami Beach Bar Assoc
will I"' hi y. -1 in. 15
the Embers Rest u I M 22n I
St v \ I
expected t ittend,
to Judge Klii a P. Grossman, lun-
cheon eh lii man Mrs I
who was iusl named ttw first
woman judge ol Dade Circuit
Com t. sa d thai Saeaaal Ni-
smiiti. Aould be instedsad pres-
ident, Meek Koiiini ite. presi-
dent-elect: llowanl <.ro-. first
vice president; MU-iwci Mmxob,
second vice president; Muk)
Angel, treasurer, and Prod Bais-
!-. Jr.. historian.
The 44th <;rvatT Miumi Dog
t'lull All Breed Show and Olxei.
ence Trials will take place on
Sunday. Jan. 24. at Dinner Key
Auditorium. South Bayahore Dt
Best in Show Judge will he R.
A. Cross, of Victoria, I!''
Canada.
Marvin s. Nnvnurk. assis-
tant manager of the Miami agen-
cy, will mark his 20th year with
the Home Life laaonusra Com-
pany, Ni w York, this mont i
Sam L. Roaenfteld ol North Mi-
ami,
w .ih the firm B ith
Ssocial 1 W .';' the Mi em \
freil stone. Cl,t\
isis. Baj diorc D

Arthur M. < iourshon, i
il the Board of I >ir >ctors ol
li ilerHon National Mini, (,f Mi
ami h ~ announced that DavM
S. Cooper, f ii.........idminl I
ti\c lent >l the b in -
i '.].'. fd to the pos
ci cutive \ ice presid
Harry l^erner, who reepnt'v
m d Mi ( ov Realts IS i. nk
125th St., North Miami, will
spei lalize in income prooerties
A n dent ol Miami for 25 veat
he was in the rel ill bvsincsi
since 1945 and formerly owned
a hotel in M ami Beach.
Mian.i Postm utter R. M. Dan-
lap received an official ptague
bearing a reproduction of the
Moon Landing stamp (ApoTIo
11), made from the die wbi h
was i!,,un tll ,|U. 1(lor| .(IK) ,,.1(.k
during recent imwmnnka in his
oflice. The plaque, in rt-coRni-
tlon of faithful performanrc to
the pis:.,| lerviOB by a post-
master f a targe,, office, was
ted by Aubrey Graham.
Norfolk, Va.. [>ostmaster who la
visiting m my of (he large* of-
i lot m the United states on as-
signment ai s|Hciai advbar to
'he Deputy Postmaster Qanaral
"i the United state-, k. t.
Klassen.
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Friday. January 8, 1971
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Page 9-3
Air France Caribbean Tour Provides
Glimpse Of Jewish Life In Islands
Bv BKX Sun-aoeked beaches .
Groen-hlue waters .
Polyglot populations .
Year-round temperatures in and
around the 80's. As in the past,
cruise passengers to the Carib-
bean this year are again rinding
!l the above vacation enchant-
ments.
And for those interested in Jew-
ish community life, the islands
offer .'i spec) il opportunity to
glimpse Jewish history and learn
I hing if how .i communit>
petuates Judaism even ui
I con litions.
Take Trinidad, for exj
h is e islly n iche l n> I
i ts i iking the sunnj vacation:
c uiae Offere i by Air I-'' am i
part of its air sea holiday pack-
age tour via Air France Caravellc
jet from Miami to Guadeloupe,
where one boards a modem lux-;
irry yacht which stops in Port of'
Sp i in.
Today, there are only several
handfuls of Jewish families in
Trinidad where once there were]
500 Jewish families. And in the]
dark yc ire of 1938 and 1939, when
Hitler tightened the noose around
European Jewry, Trinidad, Ven-'
ezueda and Columbia relaxed rules
to permit fleeing German Jews
i nter.
A lor.K-iinu resident of Trinidad
recently related how she arrived
on the island In 1939 to join her
husband. He had been a prisoner of
the Nazis in a concentration camp
and the womnn miraculously got
him out of the camp; obtained i '
: him to Trin dad: ind I iter
ed hi:n on the island.
(Hher Jew ish families arri\ ed
in Trinid id in 1939 and 1940
were more than
Jewish families on the island. Then,
ii ically, the same Serman Ji
as v l s other whn fled Hitler, wei e picke i
1940 bj Brit th mthoi I.
. placed in a Briti in int rmenl
c mp. The British s lid thej '
taking any chances with
those who were can yii G m in
passports even Jews." They bus-
ii that some of those curv-
ing passports of the Third Reich
w i re Ni/i s| i
German Jews were in the island
ramps for about a year, but with
war's end, the Jewish community
prospered. In the late HMO's and
I960'*, Jewish education for the
island's Jewish children revolved
around ;i woman teacher who all;
by herself staffed the religious
s -hi;! Son ices were held in i
pnted by the congri I n
i ish holidays were festive and
the Jewish kehilah held togeth
1 i i ..-h fran >re ere oft i
between the
op< ui Jew and his W<
I iuropean coreligionist.
! .: ng the I950's and 60'
left the island for greenet
itures in V 'nezuel i
I the United States M in;
those who remained sent their
children t> the United St ites,
Canada or Great Britain for a
mure advanced Hebrew education
and Jewish atmosphere. Part of
the problem for the Jewish com-
munity in Trinidad was that it
never had a rabbi.
.lews actually began to settle
In Trinidad in ITS.'!, and the island
Population was friendly. A woman
who is now a resident of the
United States but who grew up
in Trinidad, renorts she "never
knew anti-Semitism."
Knt obviously, there was one
laok which caused the communlt>
to dwindle. This small Jewish
congregation did not offer i Jew-
ish education to the children m its
own backy ml so lo mea It
sent its v lungst ts to North Amer-
ica and the British Isles to studs
I the lure of a larger country
i nd more opportunity snared the
youth away from the island, which
is now Independent.
Today, most of the 20 Trinidad
families no. elderly and services
arc held in private homes, but
they are energetic people. They
keep Judaism alive. They import
matzoh. The) are concerned about
Israel and world Jewry. They keep
in touch with their children. And
they also me t thousands of A
ican .lews who visil the Caribbean.
i >ne thing is for sure:
Jew: wherever they
ire, si i|] ind t ime hil.....i v i-
:ation tj visit igue oi to
< ok out Ji ivs And cruising the
Antilli on the Air Frai
j pro I the opportunity.
n r ,m Air F nee I ighl I >
'i board the
M S Istra in it home u >rt of
Guadeloupe visit Curacao, La-
luaira 11 i acu- i Bar-
bados an I M irtinique. A sister
ship, the M S Dalmatia, also sails
from Guadeloupe, and sto] at
Aruba, LaGuaira, Grenada, Mar-
tiniqu and Antigua,
There ire exciting Jewish com-
munities also for instance, in Ca-
racus, Venezuela, which incident-
ally, is now building a new syna-
gogue and has been infused in the
last ten years m ith ab tut 1,800
Cuban Jews.
Curacao, too, has an active Jew-
ish community Curacao's Jewish
Museum just recently was estab-
lished at the United Netherlands
Portuguese Congregation Mikvo
[sracl-Emanuel. Mikvc Israel, con-
secrated in 1732, is the oldest syna-
gogue building in the W<
Hemisphen .
There is a whole world of Jew-
ish Life as .11 as a w ondi rful \ i-
c it ion :n the Cai ibbe in; you 11
meet people w Ith n
lozo Ci hi n, Abrami,
Main o Milst n Sil' ermnn,
and history will he e.\
Aftei ill, a vacil i is to
, i one I and by
.; Jew isli lies on an
ince Cat ;
can sic 300 ; tiv sh exist
Harry College Schedules
'Carousel Of The Arts'
The Cultural Alliance ol I ri i atei
Miami and th Latin Affairs Com-
mittee will rospona i a "Carousel
>i the Arts" at Barrj CoHege Sun-
day which will i" especially ap-
pealing to children interested in
ballet.
Through the generosity ol Sam-
uel Kipnis, the film, "The Hump-
back Horse," a fantasy in color
starring Russian ballerina Maria
Plist tskaya and f< aturing s<
and ai list* tl i Bolsh i
l will be show n at 10
a.m. and again at
January Calendar For
Single Parents Group
The Single Pan i
B< ach will launch i
drive w hen i' meets T u sd 13 al
8:30 p.m. at the Meeting I
8000 Biscayne Blvd Single, wid-
owed or divorced men and women
between the agefi ol 25 and 18 an
invited to Join at the door and be
admitted lice. Snacks, music and
dancing aa well as one free drink
are included in the tariff.
Marriage counselor and lect irei
Rebecca I.lswood. M.D., will lie
guest speaker at the 8p.m. general
meeting scheduled Wednesday
Jan. 20 in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Dr,
Members Will be admitted tree.
The M S Dalmatia and her twin sister the
M S Istra are again sailing to the dream
ports of (he Caribbean as part of Air France's
air sea holidays for the winter season. The
French airline provides direct connections
fiom New York and Miami for vacationers
bound for the seven-day cruises out of Gua-
deloupe in the French West Indies. Cruising
together in the Antilles for the first time last
year, the two recently-built 5.500 ton liners
offer a choice of separate seven-day itinerc
ries or a combination 14-day voyage. The
Istra sails from its home port of Guadeloupe
to Curacao, La Guaira (Carcus), Trinidad
Barbados and Martinique. The Dalmatic
sails every Saturday from Guadeloupe tc
Aruba. La Guaira, Grenada, Martinique ant
Antigua. Both ships of Yugoslav registry
return to their home port the Saturday afte:
sailing.
Workshop To Feature
Outstanding Educators
Th ce outstanding educ I irs will
featured at th la; work-
, shop of the Counc I ol Jewish Con-
:n ;al ioi 11 s >> ol Tc ichi
Gn itei Miani Wcdn "sd y, al Ti n -
, pie M. th Am, 5! 50 SW 88th St.
>s ms v ill in-
lu : p es< nl -, Dr. !. :
!'.;. : of Miami-D ido Junior (' il-
" ho will sp x in "P lysic il
' Kdueation in the Pro-School, "and
Mrs. 1 Lozar, Consult ml of
Ii. Southwest Ares Dade < 'ounr<
Public S lool ivh on
Th( :: ol the Teacher
Reading R adim ss "
A r lunch. Mrs. Mat lin x"ek?n
will uddri -s ih pro-school teacher:
on the subject of "Recognizing
Person ilitj I >i- ibijil ii "
Three educational exhibits, in
which tl thool dep rtm
of congregational sch >}.s ".ill par-!
ticipate, will be on dipl iy The
xhibits will be entitled, 'The.
House of Science Ma:e: ials The
Hoiu \rt M ." and "Tli <
Housi i ; n Mat*
n an-
il the !'.
i in-

Zimrah Chorus, Symphoneti
Schedules Premiere Concert
The Miami Zimrah Chorus a
Symphonette w iil give a pi
concei i in the Mi.en. Be ich A
tments oi congregational '"' Fcb '-'" nas b(
ols, nounccd. Tickets are available
nrt the auditorium's box off ce,
Uliiecrs oil, Vussociat ton m-
clude Mrs Nathan Stern, presi- through Ah Rapnaport. chairm
dent: Mrs Sa Penick, vice >|t'''1 Celia Gottlieb, secretary.
i' nl: Mi -. Emily i ii unwaid,
Mrs. Er-
Lesser, cording si creta rj :
M.s. Rose t'o.nm. treasurer, and j formanee. The vocal a
Mrs l i Bi indeis honorarj undi r th dir
: ti i. tion oi compos, i Shmuel !' rshl
c i|x i a star SI I >r Belarsky w
be the gucsl : I. -t for this
We irish to thank the many people
who have shared our sorrow
over the passing of our dear mother
EDITH BRENNER
Your kindness is deeply appreciated
and will always be remembered
Anna Brenner Meyers
Sarah Brenner Hochman
Gertrude Brenner Bergad
Muriel Brenner Bernstein
Dorothy Brenner Foster
Robert R. Brenner
William i. Brenner
Herman J. Brenner
.|mlj:<- Is Forum Goesl
Guest speaker at th.' Tuesday
LQ a in. Forte Forum In the l-'ix:
West Ave. Auditorium will h
Judge Herberl S. Shapiro, formei
president ol the American Friends
of Hebrew University who now
serves OS chairman of its Wilt and
Bequeasa division. His topic will be
"Knowledge and L arning
Israel." The public is Invited.
The Hoard of Directors, Officers. Entire Membership,
Residents and Staff of the
In I AMI BKACH III B5SC1 \Y HOME POP TIIK AKD|
Mourn with Great Sorrow
the Loss of their
Beloved President Emeritus
SARAH KEISER
end extend profund sympathy to
her Son and Duuiihter-in-l.uw
Morton and Dorothy heiser
and to all members of her family
LEONARD ZHBERT, President
MRS. MURRAY K0ST0.F
President, Ladies Auxiliary
S'DNEY SIEGEl
Executive Director


Page 10-B
JbtiiAfkridfan
Friday, January 3. 1971
Chatting before the Mount Sinai Auxiliary luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Friedland were (top photo) Mrs. A. C.
Fine, (left) Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. Harry
Pearlman. Center photograph shows luncheon guests Mrs.
Joseph Rash, (left) Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes. The select committee of Mount Sinai Auxiliary
members lunching to discuss their participation in the hos-
pital's Medical Center campaign also included, (from left in
bottom picture) Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mrs. Alexander Libow,
Mrs. Robert Levy and Mrs. James Ruby.
One-Man Exhibit Opens
At Peacock Art Galelry
A one-man exhil it ol the work
done by Miami artist Baruj Sa-
linas will open Sunday at Temple
Sinai "i North Dade's Peacock
Gallery, it has been announced,
.\ reception will be held at the
temple, 18801 NE 22nd Ave., from
_*-."> p.m.
A native of Cuba. Mr. Salinas,
whose painting*.Will bo on display
through Feb. 10, graduated from
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.
His art first appeared in a group |
show in 1950. and has since bee n
part of many exhibitions here and
In Latin America. His work is rcp-
resented in many permanent col-
lections throughout the nation.
Junior Auxiliary Sets
Luncheon-Book Review
The Junior Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home tor the Aged (Doug-
las (lard, ns i will hold a luncheon-
ln.uk review in the Home's Ruby
Auditorium Tuesday. Jan. 10. at
neon. Auxiliary president Mrs. Jay
Rechtschaffer will give the mes-
iage oi welcome; Mrs. George Is-
rael, chairman of the 14th annual
luncheon, scheduled to take place
Feb. Hi in the Americana Hotel,
will outline plans for that gala
event starring t. nor Walter Scar-
i and his accompanist. Billy
Martin, and featuring Judge liv-
ing Cypen as guest speaker.
"A Girl Called Judith Strick"
will be reviewed by the well-
known Sophie Primak following
the luncheon, it was announced.
> Reservations for the function are
[available through Rena Stein. Mrs
Lillian Namm and Mrs. Helen
Rechtschaffer.
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKC
Services Friday For
Mrs. Sarah Keiser
Funeral services for Mrs, Sarah
Keiser. a prominent resident of
Miami Roach for 27 years, will b<
held at 11 a.m. Friday. J in 8, at
Riverside Chapel, 1920 Alton Rd..
with interment in Mt. N ; Cem
M Ki r died Jan. 5, in
Ik, V .'. here sh
ng with hei sister,
Mrs, Kel set served iretarj
- Rum Rombro Free
Loan Benevol n1 Association of
for 15 yi irs. President
B l 11 i .'.!! inn
for the a. I i rht wa*. sh was
a member of Temple Raphael oi
ml Beech, a charte" member
< f Faith Chapter No. 255 of the
Ordm- of Eastern Star, a-- l was
a life t>---"'v' of Han*"i Sonpe.cn
1 of Hadanh, which she had
r>'-estd"',1 fir two V't.-s
Survivors Include her Mor-
ton, ind d""ght',--ip-'-iv r> .-.."-
her s I Mis, P->s Fl\ of Nor
lolk. Vi.. with wh^m sh^ re!dd
1 ir r- t v a-c- f--> v.-th-
en, Wi"iam Kns>ry>- of Pitts-
bursti, Pa., nd Abe Kushnick o'
Baltimo-". Ml.
Weizmann Institute Given
Additional $210,000 Grant
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
United States' National Institute
of Health has awarded the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science in Reho-
vot an additional grant of S210.000
to continue research into the na-
ture of the living cell.
A previous grant from the Na-
ti n il Institut of Hi alth con-
irk in that area
done by a group ol four Israeli
scientists by Prof. Utiel
Z, l.itt iuer, who recently announ-
xd the successful synthesis of a
mol icule of tr insfer rib tnudeic
aci I, The team's findings will be
present) d next month at a sym-
posium on nucleic acid synthesis
in vital infection, to be held at
the University of Miami.
Benefit Luncheon
Proceed of the annual Stairway
to the Stars Luncheon sponsored
by the Sisterhood of Temple Me-
norah Tuesday at noon in the
Pompeii Room of the Eden Roe
Hotel will go to benefit the He-
brew School, it was announced.
A style show by Lewis Fashions
and professional entertainment
will !* featured. Reservations may
be made with Florence Schuman
oi i',i ss Sperans, or by calling the
ti mple ofliee.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Claied Strbbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miart.i s Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
Jllemorial Chapel
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL flRC'IT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Case No. 70-20783 DuVal
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their respective heirs dev.s. es. legate-
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throueh ..r under, or against them or 1IAK, ,lu
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dissolved DeU. rporatlon
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iltPt)
THi '\i '> CooPER and married
c .. (PER !'- %' '' B< "'den. nown
i T B
Block I RAX1
Ti > GOIM D8
plal f
Book ..i oaf"
Rl ui-ila f I

I I'HS
.linn
, .. :
I ".
l-.i IS
APUN
t.. the
in Plal
Pu
PI. rlda
wviK MAE HARRIS, :. t if mnr-
, ,i HARRIS h. ii
u n
I R >. T T
l/.t IS Bio. BCU'TH PERP.IXE
LCCORDIXG I" "i. pl
ag i,, orded in Plal B. .- ...
pace o^ of the public < ..i- ol
11.,.i. County, Fla
MARC. A RET .1 THI'MA, :.! if mar-
ried Till MA. ber husband.
T. -i.i. n. unknown
TRACT C
West .'.t1-, ft ol Baal ttol
>, |_.t .1, Block :'l SWEET-
WATER GROVES, a......rdma. to
the plat iher.-.f to :he plal racoro-
e.l in PUt I'"' K -. al pat. con-
talnlna i a. rei t "*t pu-
blic recr.ls of Iade Counly.
Florida.
BARCO PROPEHTIWI. IN<- <*-
.rp
TRACT V
k .1 VICTORIA C.AR-
her. f
tV Mt
..nls of
If
mat -
rife
Pi,,. '(.. North ". Btreet
Philadelphia, P. i i
TRACT I>
I..t- 17 IR. Ill Block CORAT.
HIGH1 AM IS,......rdlng Ihe
plal then of; re. ord< d In th. Plal
Book H al Page 59, of the public
I pde County F
GERAI.P MARKOW and if n
MARKOW hia wlfi
unknown PEYMOCR J M
and if married MARKOE
Ma wife Ri I'nknown.
tr Li'" ''
Lot Block s. BENSON MANOR,
i".,. ii,. reof re-
.,-,,' pini Bi "!- al Page 4
I.... 11. Bl.
DENS according to ilie plal
as recorded m put i
Pace 4:.. ,f the public
Pade en. fi. rlda
l.KWIS C ANPERBON
ried ANDERSON,
TRACT W
Bast4 of SW of SW'i ol the
nk '," of the sw,. ac rdlna to
the plal thereof leu l"-.-1 '." ft.
and North ofl and lesa Ies at
BY*. Corner N'orth '-'^ll ft Ea
f. South '" Baal IS ft South
1 |A fi U ) fl ... P.41 R le--
South SO fi .- T -hip
Ranf t" .i thi i uM record*
i. ,,i. i --n fi. Ida
HAROI.P I. Mil.I.Kit I
FRI El "A MII.I-EH unknown
TR m'T V
XW < sw
Ea ntali |
, urdlng '" 'i
pul :
Florida
VOV ANP EACH OP '
I a*
l ., fid ,i nst you and hera b
, p ... i ., -.< i
, us. '. C ull Cotui md
Pade Count' Fl. rlda for tl ui
,,f ,,. ng lb lo the ah. I. >.t -
, i ,,,, riles and ) >: an I '>'
qulr. d to nerve i P! n*v
..r or pleading! i
torney, HERMAX COH1
nuth I 1
. in i ac-
ther.
untj.
Ti v n i..p
R. il-
1 .,1 H Rio
GARPENS
.f, re.
al P
of Pad. '
Section f
tn Eaal of the Public Ri
Dade n y. Fin.
, i \i; \ f WFBER and if r
' WEBER, h.r huabai d
dence Cnknown.
TRACT f
U 7. DIXIE HEIGHTS
:.. cording !.. ih.- Plal
irded In Plal Book 81
of the Public l:. rdi
nnlv PI ,
PH.l INVESTMENT CilRP
solved Florida corporation EVERETT
W r. LR1 and If m irried
KARL, hi- wife Realdence unknown
'I'i' \CT p
lot 1 Block 44. PU iRIDA CITY
PH. ipER rdlng lo the Plal
then of, p ded I i Plal Book !,
ai Pagi 7 1 Section :''. Township
'.7 South Range S8 Baal in tl
town ..f Florida Cltv of the Publi.
Ri ordi ..' I lad. County, Plor da
ROSA \l MISAS and If married
MI8A8 her huaband San Joaquln
N.. 71 Bajoa, Cuba
TRACT II
1..I 4. B'ock GOU1 D" ESTAT.
BS SECTION I, according t" the
Putt thereof; recorded In Plal
Book M al oag. 14, of the public
Ii of Dade .. iiniv. Florida
JONATHAN mi N't"''': and wife MAR-
GARET MOXCIE, R R No :i Boj
-.:'.; a Hollyw.....I. Florida.
TRACT .1
1 ol 5 Block 7 HA MPT" >N PARK
-......rdlng t.. the Plal thereof: re-
, .rded In Plal Book 4s *1 Page
St, containing 14 acres ni 1 of
the nubile record! of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida
FRANK MOTON and wife ROSE
I BE MOTON Realdence unknown
TRACT K
i-.t ti. Block 1, Man.i.i.... Park
a, ordlng ." Uia Phil thereof
ded in Plal Hook 4S. at naare
I, containing --' acret m i of the
public recorda of Dade County, Fla
ROBEJRT RI'SSBLIj and if married
RI'SSHI.I.. hi- wife I0M Fifth
Avenue New Y..rk New York.
TRACT M
l^it 11, Block >:. l.l.Nc.i.N city
BEC II. according to th. plat there-
of: recorded in Rial Hook U at
page ftS. oontajnlng 1- acre- m'l
of the public records of Dade
County Fla
EM AN LEI. CLARK and wife MARY I
;
i ... p|o-
i' .l.i I file the oi
the ol the
Clerk of 'i vi styled CnUri j
..- befor. th. nl day of Fehrj
|| you 'ail to 'I" -' ,|''
ludgm. i *il! be entered v. u
.i. mandi o c m-
I LTED al Miami. Flor.. thll 'h
da) ..f Jai u... >. 1''"!
K B I EATHBRM -
. ult Coui
Bj MARGCEBITE KENT
1., pu .'!. rk
1 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVHX
' i iiinl. ralgi ng .....g..:e
m buarneas under the flctll u name
..f TIGER l.ll.l.Y ... the
Plaaa Shopping Center I28rd Steeel . iv i .ii n. Bl\ .i M ...n,. Florid intend*
to reg ild nan. Nrlth the Ctarh
..f the 'tr. u.t Coui t f I
Pat.-.l I'. int.. r "' 1''7"
TIOER I II.I.Y. IXC
a Florida eornoratloi
Moi ii- Greei a aid, l*r.-.-..
Atteal Bandra Metro Qrll
MYERS, KAI'I.AN PORT1
I KYINS. IN Ar K EN IN
By Edward l". Uevlnaon
Attorneyi f"i Appll. anl
l -
'.U!lt>',
al
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
thi and. l| .1 di airing to en.
in l.u-i.i.-s under the ficti.i. us nra
..f CREMA DESRIZADORA NKI.-
\ U.I. TROPIC A LIZADA i !' Coo-
greaa BuBding. M.aml. Florida 3313i
i ... reglater said ime wth
the Clerk of the Cr. uit C.ui' .f I
County, Florida
ALBERT) \ ALL LDARES rwnei
l 1-45 ::-.'.
pines
Stand Tall
Florida':
Future!
% Sta


r. January 8, 1971
-Jurist) HcridBbn
Page 11-3
lESAt NOTICE
IIGAL NOTKE


THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4662
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fej Estate of
BP11 J. I.l.KIA
. w*ed.
Creditors mid All Persona Hav-
lalsna or dcmnndit Against Said
fou are hereby notified and re-
s-l to present any claims* and de.-
U'hirli you limy have agaii -i
state, of JOSEPH J I.rillA .1.-
d late of Dade County, Florida.
County Judges of Imde Cciun-
<,d file the name .in-duplicate and
.sided in Se< lion 733.16, Florida
Itee, in their office* in the Oosjn-
i.urttaiw In Hade County. Flor-
\Hhin Hix i al ndar months from
me of the first puldiration herc-
the gante Will he barred
at Miami. Florida, thin Mth
Hi lovembcr. A.l>. 1970.
Lean J. i-uria
Leonard lAina
As Executors
r!-' publication of this notice on
>t>- da) of December; 1970
i:s. KAPLAN. PORTER,
,'INSON & KEN IN
lay* for Exe. ntOI
W. U" SI Suite 3M
I, Florida :t3130
1! U-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|T!fE IK HEREBY GIVEN thai
'signed, desiring lo ei gage in
undei the fi> litlou* name
LHDON i'.VT INTERIORS at
Waahlnglon A\< ft Bench
|il.i. intends in register wild name
.>,,. Clerk of th.- circuit Coui c
,,l.. I'.iuntv. Florida.
JBROME W. PBCKTNS
I.VNVK PBCKtNS
Ell. C1MBNT, WEIN8TEIN >v-
tlBBR, P.A
w Peckinn *
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4408
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Batata of
AWA M <;iltlts.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I'laims or Demands Agalnat Said
Batata
Vou nre hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claim* Mid de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ANNA M. GIBBS
d.....aed late of iuidc Oetmty, Pior-
. la the r-anty .Times of DOTe
County-, ami file the SBtne in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.
lf>. Fli>rida Statutes, in their Office*
in the Count) Courthouse in Diada
county. Florida, within six calendar
months from the first ouhlicntion
h.r. of, or the same will he barred.
Dated .ii Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of December, A D 1970,
11. lene K. la-mcr
As Bsaeutrlx
First publication of this nntlt.......
the, 18th da) of December, 1970.
IJ20N A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Executrix
4." (Jin In Road
Miami Itea.h, Florida, 83189
13 18-83 i '-
IE6AL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-4198
In UK: Ratatc .f
MORRIH ItOTH
Do. ened
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Perwrnn Hav-
ing Claim* or Degaands Ag..tnst Said
Ealate;
vou are hereby notified anil requir-
ed to present any claim*1 and demanda
which you may have again1*! Iht ea-
late < MOBRIS 1K..H dec. isod Int.
t I>ade County. Florida, to the rtiun-
IECM N0TICI
LEGAL NOTKE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T(l M.I. Til WII'iM THF.SF. PRE-
SENTS SHAM. COMB flREETINOB:
mioreaa, BERNARD M. KOMMEI ,
Minn Reach, Florida; I.BAM Kl.'EN-
STI.K11. Miami Beach, Florida; AUD-
REY NKKliKI.MAN. Miami Beach,
Florida did on the Hth day of Novem-
bar, a 11 IJtr.9 cause to be iiicornorat-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4615-B
FRANK B. DOWLING
in RB: Batata of
Mi 1RRIS SIF/JF.I.
I reaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CreidltOTB and All Peraon* Ma
hig Claims "i Iieina'uls Ajrainal .'-
K-'ale:
V(u are li'i.l'V notified and r--(|u
..1 under the laws of the State, of I e.l to present any claims and
F1.ri.la IIKKtWCRT t'HARI.KH Cf>.. man.Is wh4.li you may have aeal
INC a .-..riMTarlon with its nrtnclnul '!> estate of -SIOHIils .sii-.-,i-.i i
late of l-a.I. Cuunty. Plori.
>HI.I.IH I'.'iTH
A" l>.MUtri\
lirst publi. atioii of ihi- not let
Ih. I at day of January, 1971.
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for Executrix
' leson n i". nth Ave
1 N. Miami Beach, Pl 33165
1 I-R-1S-22
I
fot .1.
I'. .-K ms
i. oln Koad
Hi a. Ii. Pli
i ida
j; it.5 1 ,
ill
\t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Inderalancd, denlrlng t" engage In
under the fi.lii'"ii- ..m
|AM'B l'l/CZA B| ISIS S W "Till
Miami intend! to reglater aid
with lha dark "i the Circuit
r>| I lade toUnU', Fiorina
KI.U3WURTH PINPROcn
31-KR, I'/ril, BHERADSKY ft
ki:i:man
. % v ',.- appllcant
W, :;i.l Avi.
i. Pla. M12i
12 is--.'", l 1_J
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
, OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-22826
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VF.lt SIMS,
kintiff.
VH.
PY SOI 8,
padwtl
FltlCTTY SIMS
[itcKideui rnknown
ItBTTV SIMS, .ue lier.ly nn-
that a Bill of Complaint for
e has I'.'en Hied against you.
l>ou are required to serve a OP9
our Answ.-r or Pleading to the
,f Comidaint on Ih. l'laintirrs
ie> JACK 1. I1ERSKOWTTZ,
iKKfVwrTZ AND OROBSMAN.
4 n Lincoln Road. Suite COS,
r....h. Florida W1 and Ilia
Original \n-v.r or Pleading In
tffice of the ClerV of Ihe Circuit Btvorre
r,, or before the ^'>th day of rl jmu
kry 19)71 .. .ii fH to do i your
,..',.'t i,> defaull i
-t you for ih*'
Itiil ..I Compliant.
Iiottee -hall be published once
a .. k for four Bonaeeutlve a/eeKa
HK JEWISH PUDRIDIAN.
9NE AM' ORDEREU m Miami.
[aa, tills Ifith day "f lvoember
]k'|I I.^ATHEIIMAN. clerk,
r Court, Da.de County. Florida
By; I a BNETSDTcN
' Deputy Clerk
rult Cour; Beall ,.
t-KiiUITZ AND OROSSMAX,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No 70-22389
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HAROLD V. V ASHK'i ,
Plaintiff,
\s
r \n.ink V ISHEY,
I 11. fondant
Tt PAULINE VA8HEY
372 Porl Monmouth B I
K ft ii rg, Si Ji raey
Y. ii. PAl'LINE VASHEY,
by notified thai a Bill of romp
1 for I ..v.... el fill d agi
' v .a. rind > au are requlri 'I to i
., cop) "' M'ur Anawer nr Pleading
lo the BUI "i Complain- on thi Pli
Hfl at ton e) H VR" 'ID i EASE,
RSy -7 n \\ i Plagli r Street, Ml
ami, PI" rida 33135 and file tl
nal Anawi i or Pleading in the nfi i
,,i m. Clerk of the Circuit Conn on
or before ihe 21nd day of Januarj
1971 it you fall to .1.. no, Judgment
b) d< faun win be lav.'ii again<.
for ih.- n lief demanded In the Bill of
Complain'
Tin- notl<-e shall be pui>hmi.-.i "i
each week for four cmaecutlvi re.
in THE JEWISH PLORUMAN ,
DONE tND oltPKIti:i> at Miami,
Florida thin 9tll day !' D.....imbei
\ ii 1970
B B LBATHBRM \N' Plerg,
Cin un curt, Dade Count) Fl
IU C P COPBLAND
Deputy Oerk
(Oln nil "ourt Beali
ilAUi -1.1 > CEASE, BStJ
i 27J0 Weal Ptaurler Btr< '.
Miami. Floral.. 33118
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. II1IE Til" i.MAS. I II
Plaintiff,
\ H
\' 1". BEI 1. THOMAS.
I ;.. nl
I \DDIE HELL THOMAS
_': I., si. Str< el
I'. i roil. M li'hlga n
Yi.r ARE HEREBY
h i- for Dlvorct ha* been
cl agniitMl y u. and you an here-
i.x requlri il lo nerve a opy ol youi
,,u-u rr or oth< pi" ad the I om-
plaint on tl Plaintiff I
l BSTBR R< iGERS, i 'l1' '
i. u i N w 17th r< ui Miami.
Florida 3312S, and file ''" "'>-'":'
I with Ihe Clerk of Ihe abov. ntyled
..... ,.,, ,,: before lb. Ilth day of
i pj i7i or b Del mil will hi
you. ,
DATED this lili ila.i ol January,
B B lEATHBRMAN
, ,. n| 'Ircull ''""' I
By c COPBLAND
10-15
Rtttte rl... s hereh) certify
^olng ao'l ihal he 11
the r.'.illir. no nts of th
oonioli.-.l w '"h
IN WITNESS WHFHKi.F I
hi -. imiIm s. mv hand B"d b-"
f... .1 the Ol eal Beal of Ihe
Florida .al ''" il'nhaaee Ih"
n |( the TWENTY-NINTH
[), mix r. n 1971
Tl hi M1AMS
Si. retat> of State
An Executor
ptfal puhli.ation of Ihi- liotii
Ihe i-i ila) of J.' mi i"' 1971
have KWITVKY KROOP
Aiio'ii. y for Eatale
Slate of
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami B" ach, Pla.
I i .
Il- Ig-SS 1 '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
JulIN WARE.
Plaintiff,
VS
rtosra ware,
i tefendant.
TO ROSIBWARB
Keeid.iu-.' Ciiknow-n
You, ROBIE WARE, ar. hereby no-
fled that a Bill Ol -......l.....t rr.r-
i,-.- been tnUd agalnat you.
are i.mum..I io aerve a copy
Anawer or Pl< "' ,'. ',':'
Complaint on Ihe l'l.^ititi s
'.iV-'T'.'nr.;.,,;'"."-. 'm..",:';"'.-;.'.V:
&^Woff^r5i^wsrerokrM
tMt'courl ..ii-,'-- th- HI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 70-23424
COMPLAINT FOR
DECLARATORY JUDGMENT
AND INJUCTIVE RELIEF
It..1.1.IN.: I1REEN COMKi HIM M
.. INC
., PI. rids C -'ration.
\,,, For Profit,
Plaintiff
I HARRY >" nSTEINand
SHIRLEY OOLDS1 KIN
i his a if'-, an.I
HI'HV AXI.ER AM"
hl> wife.
lteftndniita ____
Tl, HARRY C.ni DSTBIN and
I r^'Condominium Cnlt O-SIS in
,*1* .1 .!... ; null" Il
XtlER AM.Kit
NOTICF. 8Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-19
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANITA Rl ILK. JR.,
in-iii -hi
VS
HENRV!i:lRUE ROLF .11: .
I a f. ndnni
Tl I: Mr. Hi R
Its Rraem I I'
Elk Ci"- Village, I'l
You. HENRY 'ii'- IHSE ROI P
.11: ...... liflei
'"irt" I ''' '
fl|< i aa I you I vu
serve a copy ui
Pleading In ihe B
i n .i .ui on the Plnln i Iff'a m
| MYRON B BEHM \N '
p.. ul. i ..nl. Miami, PI i Ida
and fib Ihe original An-wei
pie iding In the ffi......f Ihe i let i,
..( the i' n nil Court m
Fi hruai If i ">u
..,-! m .;.. o. ludern. nl bv
will I., mken .'iL-ainsi vou f"r the
i, nun In Hu Hill l Com-
plaint
ti,.. nolle, -i.ill la published
...... ... ,. .----|.
Hv. k In THE JEWISH PU >-
Minii\
DONE VNli ORDERED
PI....... thii lib day of '
A 1' "'
E r. LE tTHBRMAN, Clerk
, ... |, c ,,.. i.,.i. Pom Florida
! I'. P. Cl IPBI AND
1 lenuly Clerk
,, I. nil (' url Senll
MTR' IN '' BBRM KN
212'. r. ..... Boul) var.l
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintll f
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil EN :
; nndei algl ed, dealring In P1
' ,n '.-v' HI ler the flctltloui n i
; of STEPB ENS \i \i:i' I. A>
'THORNTON, PROFESSIONAL 1
S"C!.\Tli iV; STEPHENS, M '
AND THORNTON
BIdg Miami. Pla Intends In ri -
-. ..I nnm 'I. ihi i 'tori; of
i "nurl of 1 nt! ''
sti-:i'im:ns. maoh.i wi>
thorxti in, p a.
pam1 el steen
-. r a ppll" ani
i i:..\ 1914
| (J .;...!
12 11 -1S

......
the
I | Publl.
Knlihig "'' Condominium
^"nllngtothcD,.laratl,
',,,1 April 7 1970. In official
!.3md3 ^aass
Y,u HARRY i;i'll..-.|-ls- *
:::r:,n,;^,;-'a;:::". --
I, ,.' i..... filed againai
, required to -n. i
or Pleading to
on Ihe Plafntlfra all
STRTN, PRANKLIV
Fl" rlda
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-23070.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Si .N.IA S M1.M1 YOI'NO
Plain
IN THE CO1 'NTY JUDGES COUR"
IN ANI FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-4?S9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK Eati Ii '
AI i N VNDEH SENAl'KE
I i... a-.-.l
T. Ml Creditors nd VII Pers" II
Ing Claims "i Demands Agalnal S
I'
You ar. 1 : h) lci plt"l I
quired I., prcaettl a .\ claimf
- which yu '
the tl ALEXANDER S
NAt'KE ..i-'l lai.....' Baili Cou
.. riori.la. io Ihe i 'ii' I) Judgi -
I al. i Vunty. and file ihi
I Sect!
Florida Statuti b, In Ihi Ii
rices in the > 'ounty i 'oui ii"*i--
Dade County, Florida, within s
: cul< ndar month* from the llmi
' the firsl publli an n hereof, or
i nmi i. 111 be barred
I-,-..I ni Miami Florida, this -'
,!.iv ..: Dec. ml., r. A I I97H
i ini \ SEN \l 'KB
ISA \c SBNACKE
As Bxi cutora
publication ol thin m li"
Inl dnv of Januat >. 197'
ii \ vs a;- ORCNDWBRtl
r i:-iai.
Building
Flrsl
Ihe
S'Ml N.
Attorney f
naley
Miami. Ploi Ida
I 1-N-l
and
.py of
roU
ur
it,, complaint
OOLD-
CHONIN A
,, HRANK, :2 NK-
North
BL1 is i'i ipEll y. H'Nfl
l>. f( ndanl
Ti i ELLIS ''. 'PER N" N'
You. ELLIS iftoPER
hen by notifl" >l 'hnl
for I'
agalnal "ii !
-.rv. a nopy
\..r\.; nr.
.. Hill of '" "1
haa been filed
vou i reou *' '"
i vnttr Anawer or Plead-
II
ih.
the
ih.
I .in Road Suite 1J
-.. Beach, Florida 311S9
13 IJ
I 1 -
NOTICE Zr ACTION
rHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4515
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Batate of
MAU INC.FR. ,...,r-i, !
[PREDEKTCK a MAIX1NOBR, j
.Creditor* n,l All rVraona Bav-
laigta or ix-manda Agalnal Ball
re- ,
de- !
|AD k'";': ll-VTl.KKM AN. Clerk
cnuit Court. Dade County, FJw
,r," tX>NALD TACTENHAN
i leputy Clef*
(Circuit Court Beall .
WOLFBON. DIAMOND *;
HAltltlNC.Ti >N, P A
By: John II Harrtugton
4"7 l.ir.-oln Road
attorn*Beach. Florida ^ | ... .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the .
sfl:
Ida, I" the
County, mi.I
.at* a-.-d .-
are hereby notified and
i to preaant any claim* and
which you may have aaatnat
,....ie of PKKD MAIXJNOBR
FREDBRTCK A MALMNABK
d late ol Dade County. rkr-
county Judges ..f Dad*
file the sam- In duim-
rovtdad in Beotion TH.
).-Florida Statutes. In th. ir ofncea
in th.' Cunty Courthouae In Baaj
OW.iv. Florida, within aix Jatandl i
months 1r.,m the first l',^,||,on
hereof, or ihe sum. will be baTred.
I>at.d at Miami. Florida tills !"
day "I IH-cember. A 1> 1'-;'
UL.MAN MAROI-UIJi
As ExeiUtrlx
First publiention of this
the ixih day of Decaaaber,
MOIti'.rs COHEN
Attorney for BxeoUtrlx
lja<> N K I'.ith Avenue
N. Miami Reach. Fla. /,,.,. ,-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, deatrtng to '"*"'
in busln.-KM l|neSVBT0 fictitious name
cf widiai'- 'r*|iHp"l's ly ''-AY
3ATHH atSffJl 'Waooyne lioulevard
laml. Klorltta lat-ml-Ui,register said
rame with the <_*l. rk of the Circuit
Court of Had* County. Florida.
- i Onto)
NOT H
ihe rnideraigned. desiring t.. emrag.
In husin.ss under the flotltloua name
!,f Al-l'lNK OP MIAMI at 811 N W
Miami. Florida Inteni
nl name with the
Dade "
This ^SnjgSitvTw^a
llTjBWim FM.1RID1AN
,niJ"S AND mUJEttfep at M-ami.
HoridafthlH 4". da) "i J "am ^'
'"T1- y B 1 EATHBRMAN. Clerk
''.-;;:r,v^,'';,;.AN,!'
I.. ,,aiy Clerk
ici.uii cou'i geal)
,,i.| DSTEIN. FRANKLIN.
CHONIN SCHRANK
Nortl I KM '"'l gjrej-l
rth Miami Beaeh.W.....Ut
Ing to the Bill >
it
chin. 1497 N \V 7lh SI Nl .
.;t,..-, T. MS-07SS and fl
original \nwwer or Pleading
. n| the i lerk of the Circuit
r"Urt "a or h.-for. Ih. Mth til '
ruary 1971, if '"' ,'" '' .'
u.lu-m.m hj defaull ;ill '..
niaitiKl vou for the relief demande.
in the Hill of Colonial
This ii" i
each v' eek
Min
K-
i. rk
Florida
N.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Coin 1
i 1.1 k
unt).
First Avenu
to i-.-k:
,.f the Circuit
F,"r1'la K.1NA11' s-vm.VNS
u-ALTBR B MACKOTTL
attorney foi Ronald Symona
,..,.. civ National Hand Building
Miami. 'Florida "".ISO ^ ...
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
THORITYOFTHE STATE
OF FLORIDA
WHOM THESE PRE-
ORBBTINOS:
O. HAIL.
i
-hall 1
., for fonr i
THE JEWISH F' .'i 'I ''''
!,v B .\m ORDERED at )
Florida Oil* 4th day of Januar) A 0
]'']: I PATHBRMAN
Circuit Court. Dade (' u
Ity: c p ..1KI \Nli
11. aiiv Clerk
,i nil Court Si ill
STONE SOSTCH1N
|4'.7 N W Tth S'r. '
Miami. Florida 8M25
Attorm >> for Plaintiff .
AUl
TO Al.I.
RENTS SHALL COME
., i ,,,.: TRENTON
Miami. Florida: Dl'l'l K"> R-WBJ.IA
rtahlea, Florida. .iamIv>- i.
HASTINGS, Mann. Florida did on
| iV. nth dav of may. AH I9B9 oauae
;: .. in.-orpora-.l .....I- r t heluwa l
|, state of Florida PAT OORPORA-
| TH'N a
of huslneas
rporntlon, with l"l",
al MIAMI. DADE
IN THE COUNTY JCORE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4714FRANK B. DOWLING
In RB: Batat. ol
MICHAEL MATBON a k a
Ml. .1TAKI, S MATS" -N
I o.-ea^. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Perann Ha. -
..... ciiins or in in.I'..i- Agalnal BaM
Batat.
\ ou are lo by notified 0
...1 to pr.'s. i .iny aims and d.nnai
which vou may haw agalnal th
PRELIMINARY CfcRTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE I'll
SENTS SHALL COME OltEETjN" i
\\ h" i- TRENTON i 'I v '
Miami, Florida; Al DEN F CHI'IK
. :; r-(1rs'?." '
- ..:::: & ',
la 1.1 WEI.l "
Fi.|(\Tl.iN a eonmralion, mm i
prln.ilial place of Lu-in.-- nl '
i.M.i ii.INTY in ih. Rtnti
,.:.,. and ivh. reaj sui h |
,,,,, .. ,h. l.lih day of PI-." ESIHh
\ p I97H .an-.' to l" no "
l.....,! tmeiii of hi
,. ,.-i,,,,,;., th. '! an .
ftut| ... ii. required under Section '- -
Florida Statute*, allowing ihe uihi
corporation
..,,,.... th. Bi r,
Bll ... ,,,.,- hereby
(, ..,.,,1 thai he -s Mills! e.1 Ihal 11
... ,, ..... "f ih.- Ia navi '
^"vVITNBBS WHBRBf.P. I ha
Hereunto *' .|KV"' .-:',', !i'.
,,.,, thi Oreal Seal ol the B'
' Florida Tallahaaa. e, Ihe ; ini
j Sia the TENTH day of DBCSMHE
TOM ADAMS
s....... j Si tte
I v 1
publish, d
. ......
_
Alh-n
Rokert A. JlleAiiKcllB
ol
January.
of aale, mainly !
I ^'illli in th
T
the 29th da
Ihe legal hi
I,,,.,..! H:IMI for.n
Dated at Miami, PtaMda,
day of January, 1971.
I'.Ti during [he i qulrem. nU ol
imnlled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
let my ha.nl ami have af-
c.r. .1 Seal of the State ol
hereunli
fixed Ihe
Florida, at TaJtahaaae. the CaplW. I HCTIBRONNBR
V-. |-.\. uiriy
First nuhlii fttl" of this notice
th. gth day of December, 1970
SPARHER. ZF.MH1-. Hi'SKIN AND
thin r.th
1/8-15
(hi* the TENTH .lay of DECEMBER,
A.D. 1970.
TOM A MAMS
S..rimry of Slute
1/8/71
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Attorneys for Bxeoutrix
lftO N. Blaca) n. Blvd.,
,/tii-a ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4592
In RE: Eatat. of
SYLVIA SlM'l.l'l!
.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Credltora and All Pet------ Hn
t cMrnn or Demanda Agalnal H
''"'vouar. h.r.'i.y notified and requ
,,! to pros, ill any .laims and ill Riaml
hi.'h vou maj hav Bgalnal the
I......- BYLVIA sani.m:" .i
i,.,. ..( Dade County, Florida.
I'lmim Judges of Dade Count:
., ..,,. In dupllc
provided In B"
statutes, "i ih"r "'"'......!
y Curlholls. in Mad. Count) >
,,,,. within six jalendar monk
.,,.. urn. of the r..-' nubllcaBo
. ,, Min. will b< harred
hated al Miami. Cloud:, this
,l,v of December V.D '
SOI...M.N BAND1 ER
a- Bxi utor
publication of Ihla notice
th. Rth day of January. 1971.
in iu Mil" It HIRSCH
Attorney ror Baecutor
Ml-4181 S....I. Miami *.'
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TOP U.S. CHOICE -WESTERN- U.S. GOV'T. GRADED -U.S. GOV'T. INSP.
-:
N.Y.STRIP STEAKS
LB.
59
\ TCP U S CHCICE-WESTERN BEEF-U.S. CC\ T. GRADED -U.S. T NSPBCTBO
CHUCK STEAKS 59c
109
SAVE I5CALL FLAVORS
BORDEN S SWISS STYLE
Yogurt 2 39
SAVE UC-MASTERS DELICIOUS
Fat Free Buttermilk
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BCNELESS
Chuck Fillet Steak
GEORGIA-FLORIDA-GRADE -A -FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS I FRYER QTRS.
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.
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39
FOOD FAIR OR PHILADELPHIA
CREAM CHEESE
2 SS: 69c
BREASTS WITH
RIBS
WHOLE LESS
DRUMSTICKS
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QUARTERS
QUARTERS
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fryer Ground Chuck 69
ROASTING OA
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FOOD FAIRS ZaAd&MU!
WHITE BREAD
2 49c
PA'-*ll
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Assorted Cup Cakes
Apple Strudel
:.
45e
49
YOU SAVE UP TO 30c WITH '7 ORDER !
SAVE 44c ON 4 CANS WITH K> ORDER!
FOOD FAIR FROZEN

All GRINDS
ALL GRINDS
OR ALL PL*
HOUSE Fyne Taste
1-LB. BAG l-LB, CA*-
UMIT ONE OF EITHER BRAND, PUASE, WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES

6-OZ.
CAN
LIMIT 4 CANS, PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
Of $10 C* MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
6 49c
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Borden's Biscuits........
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Austrian Swiss Cheese
CHEAT WITH ba.SDPC'a-OES ,60^ __e
Master's Sour Cream.......cup J9
SAVE 6c OuABTEOS .... Me
Fyne Spred Margarine 2-39
FLO-SU N
Orange Juice
QUART
CONT.
Morton's Frozen Dinners Z 89
SAVE UP TO 28c-MORTON FROZEN
FRUIT PIES
TOP QUALITY-GOLDEN RIPE
Scxvict 'Deicate44tH
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JUICE ORANGES 10-39
IDAHO POTATOES 10.. 79
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320-oz II m.M
PKGS ^b%^^C
Del Monte Drinks
Ardmona Pear Hi
Grapefruit Sections
11 ir. ......" i
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JO-c I
Ardmona Pear Halves 'W- *"S"
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4 1
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2 49c
Frozen Miami Bagels
BONUS SPECIAL!. SAVE UP TO 28'
FROZEN
MORTON'S PIES
3 *89c
14-OZ .PKGS. NEAPOLITAN. CO COMUT .CHOCOLATE .
LEMON. BAMANA ANO STRAWBERRY CREAM -.
Tomato Juice
Asparagus Spears
3 s i
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49c
ALL FLAVORS
RITZ SODAS
16-OZ.
NO RETURN
TLS.
Tomato Sauce Italiano 5 49
Liquid Dish Detergent 4 $1
BONUS SPECIAL I... SAVE 32*
BALLANTINE
6x.-99v
REGULAR OR DRAFT "
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TO your OWPFP,
LONGACRC DtLICICUS
Chicken Roll..... 79c
Sliced Lox ;.V".,,79e
SAVE 39c INTERNATIONAL KOSHER
KNOCKWURST
GRIDDLES
or SPECIALS
FRANKS
FLORIDA CAUGHT
MACKEREL
... 39<
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Haddock Fillet .89
Hair Conditioning Cream '*'
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