<%BANNER%>

The Jewish Floridian ( November 19, 1971 )

UFJUD
"Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fume 44 Number 48
Miami. Florida Friday, November 26, 1971
Two Sections Price 20 c
December Talks Slated American Jewish Leaders
For Premier, President
I IINGTON (JTA) 1s-
I kesmen have confirmed
mier Golda Meir will
with President Nixon and
t y of State William P.
next month to discuss
I i al iiosition of Israel in
L- tense Middle East.
I'll,' Soviet Union is expected
the Middle East issue
I he summit conference be-
I-.v:i Mr, Nixon and Soviet
iders in Moscow next May,
id in light of recent develop-
E m hiding Egyptian Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat's threats to
engage in war. Israeli authori-
ties consider it essential that an
exchange of views take place on
the highest level.
Kven if no immediate deci-
cisions art? made by the U.S.
government, Israel must have
an op|H>rtunity to communicate
its political and security require-
ments to President Nixon, and
such a meeting is important to
Israel even if Mrs. Meir comes
back 'empty-handed," olwerven*
said.
The main purpose of the visit
is not to obtain additional F-4
Phantom jets nor to participate
in the General Assembly debate
on the Middle East, the sources
stated,
While it is doubtful that the
shooting will resume before the
end of the year, some observers
believed it likely that the Egyp-
tians would inaugurate limited
warfare in the near future for
political purposesto convince
the United States to pressure
Israel into making concessions.
TU-16S Pose A Sadat Lauded
Direct Threat
I AVIV (JTA) The ten
polev-16 bombers (TC-16 Bad-
i'.-i delivered to Egypt by
i t Union since Nov. 1
a direct threat to Israel.
i mrces here described
h raft as capable of carry-
\.. air-to-ground missiles that
reach targets on Israel's
kastline and in the Sinai penin-
(i i making them a weapon of
and said the TU-lfis
lid carry sophisticated ATGs
h a range of nearly 100 miles
i he Kennel" missile, de-
(ribed as rather primitive but
>i let he less effective.
The introduction of the TU-16
i the Egyptian arsenals com-
>ls the Israel Air Force to
Maintain extra vigilance and
an additional strain on the
mtry's warning system, the
burcec said.
I The deliveries of TU-16s to
i was disclosed by the State
tmerrt last Thursday. The
Isclosure came on the heels of
assertion by the State De-
irtment earlier in the week
hat Soviet arms shipments to
ypt had slowed down percep-
:, recent months and that
Middle East balance of
lower therefore remained un-
d.
The disclosure preceded a
speech yesterday by Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat in which
he saii that Egypt has decided
to resume warfare against Is-
rael. The United States describ-
ed the TU-16 as a reconnais-
sance bomber but would not
discuss its capabilities.
Premier Golda Meir blamed
U.S. policy-makers, particularly
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers, for "mistakes" which
which have led to the present
Middle East impasse and the
threat of future hostilities. She
said American foreign policy-
makers were impatient for an
interim Suez accord and were
pressuring Israel to make moves
that would undermine its secur-
ity in order to enhance Presi-
dent Sadat's prestige.
Mrs. Meir stressed that the
balance was not just between
[srael and Egypt but between
Israel and the whole Arab world
that would join Egypt in a new
war against Israel. Mrs. Meir
stated that U.S. intelligence was
no less effective than Israeli in-
telligence and knew well what
goes on in Egypt. She said that
she regretted the present con-
flict in relations with the U.S.
but that Israel has no choice
but to take a tough stand even
with its greatest friend "because
we are convinced' we are right."
Services Held For Rabbi Levin
NEW YORK (WNS) Fu-
ll sei vices were held Sunday,
a 21, in Moscow's Choral
;ogue for Rabbi Yehuda
Levin, Chief Rabbi of Mos-
r who died! there Nov. 17, at
t ;e of 78.
otitroversial figure because
f his defense of Soviet policy
wards Jews, he was defended
by Orthodox groups who con-
I he had to say publicly
ivh.it he did not really believe.
Eulogized by Israeli and Amer-
ican religious and lay leaders,
Ral bi Levin was mast aften re-
B d to as "a man in a trap,"
|a tragic" and "heroic" figure.
Rabbi Mordechai Hankin, for-
lir.ei secretary of the Moscow
IJowish community, now in Is-
Irael, recalled how Rabbi Levin
I was forced to read a sermon
excoriating Israel's Premier
David Ben-Gurion and the "one-
eyed devil" Chief of Staff
Moshe Day an after the 1956
Sinai campaign. He readi the
sermon, Rabbi Hankin said, but
with tears in his eyes.
Born in Lithuania in 1894, a
descendant of 13 generations of
rabbis, Rabbi Levin studied at
the famed Slobodka Yeshiva in
that country. His first pulpit
was in Grushino, the Ukraine
now Kraeno Armeiskoya) and
he came to Moscow as rector of
the Yeshiva Kol Yaacov semi-
nary in 1946. Shortly thereafter
he became the spiritual leader
of the Choral Synagogue. He had
been Chief Rabbi of Moscow
for the past 10 years.
No successor as Chief Rabbi
has been named. It is estimated
that there are only 10 practic-
ing rabbis for the 22 million
Jews in the U.S.S.R., and only
two, Rabbi Chaim Lubanov of
Leningrad, 81. and Rabbi Israel
Schwartzblatt of Ooessa, in his
50s, in European Russia. The
controversy which surrounded
the life of Rabbi Levin followed
him in death. Jewish leaders
praised him for maintaining
Jewish communal life despite the
restrictions imposed by the So-
viet government. Tass, the So-
viet news agency, lauded him as
an anti-Zionist and a champion
of peace and friendship.
A spokesman for the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference on So-
viet Jewry said: "In spite of
the many pressures and handi-
er ontinued Ml P9 10-A
To Hold Policy Meeting
Adolf Hitler,
Hausner Says
KIAMESHA LAKE. NY.
(WNS) Gideon Hausner, the
chief prosecutor in the Adolph
Eiehmann trial, told the 2.000 dele-
gates at the bi-annual assembly
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica that Egyptian President Anwar
Saiat had lauded Hitler in a let-
ter to an Egyptian newspaper in
1953.
In New York, the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith said
they weren't familiar with that
particular letter, but they had a
file documenting Sadat's anti-Sem-
itic and pro-Nazi sentiments over
the years.
Spokesmen cited reviews of Sa-
dat's 1957 book. "Revolt on the
Nile," quoting his as recalling
that "we acted in complete har-
mony with them (the Nazis) and
were prepared to fight side by
side with the Axis to hasten Eng-
land's defeat." tin November, 1942
Sadat was dismissed from the
Egyptian Army on charges of col-
lusion with the Nazis).
At earlier sessions, Dr. Gerson
D. Cohen, who will succeed Dr.
Louis I. Finkelstein as chief exec-
utive officer of the Jewish Theol-
ogical Seminary on June 30. 1972.
said the Jewish problem in Amer-
ica was not one of "searching for
Continued on Page 12- A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
top leaders of American JewTy
will gather in Washington early
next week for a national policy
meeting to determine the future
course of action in view of the
new threat of immediate war
between Egypt and Israel and
the current U.S. State Depart-
ment policies which encourage
anti-Israel extremists in Arab
countries.
The meeting, set for Monday
and Tuesday, has been called by
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organi-
zations and will be held at the
international headquarters of
B'nai B'rith.
Sneaking for the Presidents'
Conference. Rabbi Israel Miller
and Jacob Stein, acting cochair-
men, declared: "President Sa-
dat's threat of war with Israel
highlights the procrastinations
and vacillations of the State De-
partment, especially in halting
shipment of vital aircraft to Is-
rael.
"They are giving aid and com-
fort to Israel's enemies by the
indication that the military and
political balance has been tipped
gainst Israel," the two Jewish
leaders declared.
The two snokesmen accused
the State Department of en-
couraging an extremist and ag-
gressive attitude in Arab eoun-
tries, thus weakening the pros-
pects for peace negotiations.
Officials Investigating
Oil, Water Companies
JERUSALEM (JTA)) Oil
and water are the subjects of
two official inquiries into the
activities of government-owned
companies, one of which began-
here Monday.
Involved is Netivei Neft whose
oil drillings in the Sinai has
given rise to charges of finan-
cial and moral corruption, and
Vered. a water development
company which has unaccount-
ably lost over $10 million in op-
erations abroad.
The inquiry into aliened fi-
nancial and moral corruption in
the affairs of Netivei Neft was
opened by a three-man panel
headed by Sunreme Court Jus-
tice Alfred' Vitkon. which was
appointed last week at the Cab-
inet's behest. The committee will
look into charges brought last
May that operation of the Sinai
oil fields has been marked by-
theft of government equipment
and bribery of government offic-
ials.
The main target of the probe
is Mordechai Friedman, an oil
man the government put in
charge of Netivei Neft shortly
after the Six-Day War. Several
high ranking members of the
government are alleged to have
been involved at least peripher-
ally with Friedman.
The investigation into the af-
fairs of Vered will be conducted
by a three-man ministerial com-
mittee appointed yesterday
which consists of Agriculture
Minister Haim Gvati. Justice
Minister Yaacov Shimshon Sha-
pira and Welfare Minister Mi-
chael Hazani. They will look into
charges that Vered was pres-
sured by the Foreign Ministry to
accept contracts in certain coun-
tries for political rather than
economic reasons.
The comnany's losses stood
at $10.86 million as of Aprii 1.
1971 for which costly operations
in Iran and Peru are said to be
mainly responsible. Vered is
one-third owned by the govern-
ment. The balance of its shares
are held by the Mekorot Water
C<>. which in turn Is owned
jointly by the government and
the Jewish Agency.
Zecv Kariv, board chairman of
Vered, told a ministerial eco-
nomic comm'ttee earlier that
the firm's difficulties began af-
ter 1965 when it expanded from
water development into diversi-
fied engineering projects that
required a heavy capital outlay
for equipment. Its work for the
Iranian government, estimated
to cost $14 million, has now run
up to $30 with six months to go
before completion. Iran has
agreed to pay $26 million. The
project in Peru also experienced
8 heavy cost overrun which was
attributed to the change of gov-
ernment In (hat country.
The Netivei Neft case gen-
erated sensational articles in the
press here and abroad but the
inquiry attracted little public
attention. The courtroom used
by the commit!tee was empty
except for the principles in the
case and journalists. Attorney-
General Meir Shamgar formally
s|K)ke for the government. The
committee granted his request
to withhold the identity of other
partners in the firm for state
security reasons. David Niv. the
oil geologist who brought the
charges that led to the inquiry,
repeated his complaint. The in-
quiry is expected to last at least
six weeks.
It's A Fact!
See Story
Page 9-B


Page 2-A
* Jewish ncriJiar
Friday. November
Noted Scholar To Address Gmnhut Featured in 4th]
Brandeis Group 98 Brunch SeS8ion % T Seri<*
*-** IMIW^AV^W V^r m ^ wm'f | Abraham A. Grunhrt, vie- p.-.s- Training Cottr*/^ begtanjL
l>i Peter Dlamondopoulos, for-
iin v lean <>: faculty ai Brandt Is
Univi rsitj an i currently profi ssoi
philosoph] and hi~io. y >l Idi as
iii u> uni.i' -sltj. will speak t'> the
I i.i.i.' Frii rids >: Brand) is Univer-
>:!\ it a 10:33 a m. brunch Sun-
day, I'.'.'. 5, a: Uii' Imperial House,
rv_'.v> Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
according i" Pi Stanley Frehling
ami Herman L. Shaw, cochairmen.
Dr. Oiamon. opoulos. who earned
his Ph.D. in philosophy at Harvard
University, has been chairman of
two Brandeis University academic
departments. He has published
widely in his Held and has boon
the recipient of the Brandeis
University distinguished teachers
BWST He i- director of studies
and i roll* w of tho Adlai Steven-
son Institute and a consultant to
the Smithsonian Institute.
Miami surgeon and community
leader, I >r. Frehling, who will pre-
side at the meeting, is also a fellow i
oi B andeis University. The tor
mer chairman of the Bran i- Uni-
, rsitj Clubs of South Florida
l n- Frehling will discuss the new!
Brandeis 23' annual giving pro-
ffort to mobilize com-
munitj supimrt on an annual un
rest ted ba*is so as to p o tit
the i i vei sitj ith the fin incial
|i pinning foi its ontinuinj:
iow 'i a ort.
Mi. Sha n ho w ill sen e as co-
chairman with Dr. Frehling, is a
i itional and local community I
leader in the .1 Ish and genera'
community. II has given key lead-
ership to many \ital cans,- m the
Miami community, including Bran-
d< is University, Jewish Federation.
Hebrew Academy, and Bonds for
More than ever before Israel
needs your help. Strengthen
the State of Israelgive to
the UJA and buy
ISRAEL BONDS.
Mayshie Friedberg
National Hebrew
ISRAELI GlfT CENTER INC.
BAR MITZVAH SETS
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS
949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210
American Israeli
All Religious Articles
For Synagogues Schools Homes
1357 WASHNCTON AVE.
It 1-7722 S. Schwa,11
REPHUN'S HEBREW
ROOK STORE
HAS EVERVTHING FOR
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit
417 Washington Ave. 672-7017
DR. PETER DiAMONDOPOUlOS
Israel, Mr, Shaw and his wife were
the donors oi the Herman L. Shaw
Fi llowships at Brand) i> University
The meeting is under the spon-
sorship of the fellows of the uni-
versity residing In the Dado Count}
aiea. Including Murraj A. Candib,
Ollle A. Cohen, Samuel Frledland,
Charles Fruchtman, I. Ely Gold-
stein. Paul R. Gordon. Mark L.
Harris, Dr. Bernard H. Kessnec,
Mrs. Herman Locks. Ralph I.evil/.
Lewis S. K' sonst'ol .In-oh Bher,
Leonard Wien and Bon D. Zovin.
Members of the president's coun-
cil are Charles S. Adler, Matthew
Berman. Philip Coloman. Benja-
min E. Fields, Joseph E. Fisher.
Albert Gitlow. Mrs. Arthur Jurk-
owitz, Morris Kleinman, Philip
Kramer. Dr. Irving Lehrman. Mrs.:
Anna Miller. Ben Novaek, Lau-
rence C. Porter, Judge Samuel M..
Rosenstein. Mrs. Sidney M
Schwartz and John N. Serbin.
Abraham Grunhul
AbMhatti A. Gnrnhrt. vice pres-
ident and manager of the Washing-
ton Avenue of-
fice o f Wash-
ing Federal will
discuss "Econ-
omy a n (I the
Dollar Is-
rael's Economy
as it Stands To-
day Its Ef-
fect on the Dol-
i J^ I Uu." Tuesday,
WV Am I in the Golden
K e y Room of
the YM-YWHA
of Greater Mia-.i. S500 SW 8th
St.
This session is the fourth o" a
Civ* part series called "Join rev
To the Middle Fast." which I n-
rerns issues facing Israel.
Tho closing lecture. Tuesday.
Dec. 21. at 8 p.m. in the "Y" will
have Gerald Schwartz, public re-
lations executive, discussim; "Is
Peace Possible in the Middle
East?"
This series i.s open to tho public
at no charge
.
Tho YM-YWH.\ of Greater Mi-
ami is Inviting pa.'-nts to learn
how to "treat.' "train'1 and "talk"
lo their children through an
eight-week "Parent Effectiveness
Mrs. Luci Estrin
''diiaiJ
Parent,!
social worker, win teach
how to Im> better parents.
Because parents need to k-_i
the roles of the game" | """
Ing up children, separate sesJL
will be devoted to Listening ing Problems, Rar.Mn* cm'i,rJ
Accepting Behavior I.i-ttini; (vl
Being Congruent and I'eiaanj
Each session runs for thral
: hours, from 7:30-10:.TO p.m..*!
a limited registration of 25 ^1
I vkiuals. Early registration ,1
urged; this program is opm A
("Y" members and nnn-merr*w|
I For information and 1 c-^istratv*!
call Miriam Scheinberg at the "T"
1 ix I The second "Rock Concert fol
Unity" will bo held in the Oni'rjJ
Y' ballroom Sunday from 6 ig\
to 1 a.m. Six local rock
will be featured. Advance tidwjl
are now on sale; for tickets i|
reservations call Lee Cohen. 1
supervisor at the V
Alliance Endorses Program)
The Dad. CoUnt> A ,1:
S i r Cities has end
. lc citation- i' r pi
gram authored b; Si nte R I
' ii estono, a < \
horn, chali man,
Some 3.000 people attended the recent 128th anniversary
celebration of B'nai B'rith at the Deauville Hotel. E. Albeit
Pallot, (center) president of Biscayne Federal Savings &
Loan Association and national chairman of the Community
and Veterans' Commission of B'nai B'rith, was the principal
speaker at the meeting, which was sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges. At left are Samuel
Pascoe, Florida state president, and lay Markowitz. Dis-
trict Five president; Herman Nudelman. general chairman,
and Malcolm Fromberg, Council president are at right.
\NSWERITk
ANSWERING TELEPHONES
/IM Tltf FAIIOWING FXfrUNGFS \
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone 672-7306
945 MICHIGAN AVI., MIAMI BEACH
MICA) S3W 66 (M0) 2 19
M 67 .MA: 67 83 4 (WD
35 3 (ME) . 61 (MU) 85
37 iFR) 64 69 (OX) 86 (UN)
<4(HI) 65 75 (PI) 88 (TU, ^-
........TITLE & ABSTRACT
104 N.E. 1st STREET PHONE 373-8432
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
TITLE INSURANCE
A DIVISION OP
TITLE
fHklV: A
f ^f'll^tVf Af.fNT FOR
answefuAmerica
FOR SERVICE CALL
TELEPHONE
ANSWERING ASSOC
OF MIAMI
371-6688 or 538-0721
A EXECUTIVE OfFICES CONGRESS ILDG.
V/E HAVE AN OfflCE IN EACH EXCHANGE
MEMBER CHiATEX MIAMI. COKAL CAILES MIAMI IIACH
CMAMltRS Of COMMERCE
Over thirty five years;
of service to the communities
in North Dade and Broward Counties.
t^a&H
ewece
PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS
FASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH
Largest Selection in Latest Stylet
for Men and Women
FREE PARKING SPACE IN
REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES
728 LINCOLN ROAD
(On the Mall)
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled
CONTACT LENSES
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL. INC FUNERAL DIRECTORS
19th and Alton Road: in the heart of Miami Beach
1250 Normandy Drive: fifteen minutes from Hollywood
JE 11151
North Miami Beach: 16480 N.E. 19th Avenue.
Miami: Douglas Road at SW. 17th Street
Manhattan Brooklyn Westchester Bronx Fat Ri
To arrange a funeral anywhere in the United States.
call the nearest Riverside Chapel
Edward Rosenthal Morton Rosenthal Carl Grossberg Leo J fi'e
Murray N.Rubin. F.D.
\


fridcry. November 26, 1971
' Jtwisti flcr-kUcJ,'in
Paqe 3-A
At Academy Women Installation
Yeshiva U. Scientist
Talks To PTA Dec. 2
Dr. Moses D. Ten '.cr, world-re-
k d biology professor at Ye-
lliva University, will speak on
...
DR. MOSES TINDLER
[One God Or What" Thursday.
bee _'. at the installation meeting
the Greater Miami Hebrew
li my P.T.A. The session, free
bid '>|H'n to the public, is sched-
uled for 8 p.m. in the Hebrew
rartemy auditorium. 240J Pine
IK.' Dr., Miami Beach.
Officers to be installed by Rabbi
|A1< winder S. Gross, Hebrew /\c-id-
Ji'my principal, are headed by Mrs.
IStuart Ranee, president; Mis. Mor-
Iri- Waldman and Mrs. Henry
1st. in. vice presidents; Mrs. Sam
Jl^'ff. recording secretary: Mis.
Ijoseph Wcinberg, M-s. Franklin
IFicdolboltz and Mrs. Norman
Smith. corresiH>ndin^ secretaries;
Mi\ Haro'.d Tokayer, treasurer,
land Mrs. Harold Bellman, publi-
[ialions chairman.
Committee chairmen to take of-
fice include Mrs. Howard Towbin
and Mrs. Josh Rephun. lunchroom;
Mrs. Leonard Adlr, Riftshop; Mrs.
Sidney Scgall, library: Mrs. Ron-
ald Baron, hospitality, and Mrs.
Marvin" Popkin, refreshments.
Or. Tvndfrr is an assistant pro-
tc-,sor in Talmud at Yeshiva Uni-
versity, combining successful ca-
recra as rabbi, barteriologist and
tcache*; He hstl acquired an inter-
national reputation as a scientist
in cancer research.
The discoverer of Anthramycin
i new chemical being elevated for
the treatment of advanced inop-
i rafale cancer, Dr. Tendler was
ordained at the Rabbi Isaac El-
Marian theological Seminary In
19 and joined the Seminary's
i ulty llat year as a lecturer. lie
was promote; to assistant profes-
- r in Talmud in 1987.
He received A.B. and M.S. de-
crees from New York University;
>nd earned bis Ph n. at Columbia
University in 1957.
While holding the academic post
coi currently, he has a!so bw n di-
rector ol the National Science
Foundation summer training oro-
gram for high-ability secondary
students a* Y?sh!va University In
1960.
Dr. Tendler has contributed I
more than 40 articles on science
and religion to lea !4ng publica- \
tions and is a member of 14 pro-
fessional organizations concerned
with the various aspects of b.th
subjects.
An organizer and first spiritual
leader oi the Great Neck Syna-
gogue, I.one Island, he was install- ;
ed as spiritual leader of the Mon-
sey. NY. Community Synagogue
in 1967.
Dr. Tendler, working with Dr. i
; Samuel Korman. of the Jewish j
Chronic Disease Hospital in Brook- i
I lyn, received world-wide attention:
when they announced the discov-
ery of a new chcmotherapeutic I
agent valuable in combating ad-
UAHC Urged To
Hear Individualists
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Dr.
Kills Rivkin, historian at the He-
brew Union CaUeftMnslirute of
Jewish Religion says that half of
America's nearly six million Jews
are "relatively remote from their :
religious cultural and ethnic ante-
cedents."
Dr. Rivkin sai' that instead of
remaining geared to the out-of-
date belief that the drifting Jew
musl return to the synagogue, the
synagogue must listen to the high-
ly individualist Jews, and defecting
Jewish youth, in terms of the new
situation, in order to convince him
that Judaism still holds values for
the new sclf-devclopu.i: individual
who feels he no longer needs labels.
Mrs. Norma Levitt .president of
the National Federation of Temple
S's'erhoods. Mrs. Calvin Weiskopf,
chairman of Federation's educa-
tion committee and Mrs. Jar.e
Evans, executive director of th*
Sisterhoods, demanded a greater
role for women in the dceMon
making problems confronting Re-
form Judaism.
Mrs. Levitt told UAHC d-lr.
rotes, "women are already using
their talents and initiative carry-
ing on activities of the congrega-
tion, ar'ult education and youth
community affairs. But they are
not being utilized commensurate
with the use of their talents and
Mount Sinai Director
Gives Progress Report
There will be six lanes for in- Mount Sinai will have th
bound traffic to Mount Sinai Med- world's largest and newest medi-
ual Center within six months, eal Cyclotron which will !> used
Mount Sinai director Alvln Gold- for exploratory medicine, thus -.!i-
berg has announced. ;ery;
Speaking to the monthly meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce in the Founders Din-
inj Room at the Medical Center,
Mr. Goldberg said, "Construction
is currently underway to give us
two ih-bound lanes from the east
.-.outh and north. We expect this
to 1m? completed sometime next
Spring, to coincide with the open-
ing of our newly expanded emer-
; gency rnnm facility."
In addition. Mr. Goldberg re-
ported, the Medical Center's $25
million expansion program will in-
clude a new perimeter road
around thp il-aere facility, halt of
! which is currently being used.
"Our goal at Mount Sinai is to
be able to diagnose and treat air
i problem of any patient ... si
! ocoole from the Southeast won't
have to travel to other parts of
the country." Mr. Goldberg declar-
ed, pointing out that the expan-
sion program will make that nos-
I sible. He told the gathering of
*/* T" l.";lrff*; (*v/vMt|Ve*!
The Fred Aacher Allied
Health Careers Building at Mount
Sinai is a pilol in the field ol
health careers education. Hie
building is operated by Mwimi-
Dade Junior College and current!)
has about 000 students furthering
their education in it;
The Maribel Blum Building
will have an operating room de-
igned specifically for open heart
surgery. Presently, Goldberg said
Mount Sinai devote*] about threi
days a week i<> planned open heart
work and four days a week ti
emergency work.
Mr. Goldberg praised Mount
Sinai executive vice president
Gertner for his constant el rts
dining the last 23 years and de-
clared he has been a major factOI
m the growth of Mount Sinai
which will do about S3 million in
service work for the people of
O-e.-'ic- Miami ibis vc.ir.
Financial Opportunity for All Savers
from the Tower of Thrift!
MONTHLY
I
PAYMENTS
on Passbook Savings & Savings Certificates
In addition to earning daily interest from day of deposit to day of
withdrawal, your earned interest will be paid to you every month!
We'll send you a monthly interest check upon request, or the interest
will be deposited automatically to your account,
where it will continue to earn compound daily interest!
'Federal regulations require interest penalty lor early withdrawal of Savings Certificates
FINANCIAL FEDERAL SAVERS EARN
Mantlet Announces Plans
For JWB's 1972 Conclave
M irton L. Mandcl, Cleveland in-
-InnHst who serves as national
p:v>idcnt of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, has announced
I ms for the 1972 biennial conven-
tion which will take place April
1-' to 16 at the Regency Hyatt
House. Atlanta, Ga.
"I .eadership Communication"
"ill be the theme of the five-day
eon lave scheduled by the JWB.
the national association of Jewish
Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs wruTh is the covernment-
aeerrdited aeency for serving tho
cultural, rehcious and social needs
of Jewish mtlitir-y peronnel. their
famillea and hospitn'i/c;' veterans.
UP TO
interest per year depending on
amount and term of deposit!
*t CSTIMATES.
BILL'S ROOFING
ALL TYPBS OF ROOFING
Cutlr-Sol.r.-R-Roorin
Rrpaira/Shlnglaa
Tila/Flat/Barral
Phona 7929 N.E. lt Av.
754-3618 Miami Florida 33138
w
I FEDERAL
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
FORMERLY MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
MAIN OFFICE:
401 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
miTH ,HORE- NORWOOD:
tSNS*ISSn" Avenue. Miami B.ach 650 N.W. 183 SlrwtJMI.rn.
! nn?to*s Blvd., Miami Village Mall Center, 6950 S.W. 97th Ave.
NORTH SHORE:
301 -71st Street, Miami Beach


Page 4-A
+Jenist> ftorkflairi
Friday, November
28, id
Jewish Floridian
DFFICE and PLANT120 N.E. 6th Street Telephone 371-4605
P.O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida 33101

Shochet Selma M. Thompson
Assistant to Publisher
Ths Jewish Ftoridisn Does Not Guarantee The Kashruth
Of The Merchandise Advertised In Ita Columns.
Published exery Friday since 1927 by The /eunsh Florridian
econd-Oasa Postage Paid at Miami, Fla. at 120 N.E. th SL, Miamr, Fla. S31S2
Tha Jewish Floridlan haa abaorbed the Jewiah Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate,
Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, American Associatior
of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Association.
Fred K.
Editor and Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION
RATES: (Local Aroa) OneVearSS.OO Three Years 112.00
Out of Town Upon Requeat
Friday, November 26, 1971
Volume 44
8 K1SLEV 5732
Number 48
Strength The Only Deterrent
There is a tendency, based on the record, to discount
much of the Arab fighting rhetoric. The almost-dcrTry threats
to resume the war with Israel finds most of the world
shrugging them off as just more empty talk.
But the Israelis are fully aware that the buildup of
Egyptian arms continues and that American intelligence,
which has not shown too great skill in the past, indicates
a greater Soviet presence that lends more credence than
ever to Sadat's growing belligerence. Granting the obvi-
ous: that the arms race in the Middle East will not bring
about a peaceful settlement, it is obvious that the balance
of military power is now threatened as never before by
the U.S. government's refusal to provide more planes for
Israel at this time.
Until Sadat is ready to accept the fact that peace can
be made only between the contending nations and not by
arrangement with the Great Powers, the only deterrent to
another dangerous adventure by Egypt and its Arab al-
lies is an Israeli army and air force known to be strong
enough to keep thern at bay. It is becoming clearer than
ever that the failure to speed up plane delivery on the part
of Washington plays an ever greater role in maintaining
the cease-fire in the Middle East.
Action Was Commendable
At a time when there is much lay questioning of the
role of ministers and rabbis in raising issues of social con-
science, the action of the United Synagogue of America in
strengthening the s!ctus of the pulpit is a commendable
one. In addition to the historic freedom of the rabbi, the
Conservative movement at its latest convention has given
him the sole right to determine who shall be guest speakers
at worship services.
It was especially the younger delegates who carried
the debate on this question, insisting that Jewish religion
and tradition made it imperative that the rabbis speak out
on the relevant social issues of the day. To do this without
being controversal at times is impossible and to have
inhibited the freedom of the pulpit because of this would
have been a gross misconception of the place of religion
in our lives.
Women's Role To Be Studied
As an interesting sidelight to its support of the proposed
Equal Rights Amendment, the American Jewish Congress
plans to undertake a study of the role of women in Jewish
law and tradition. In Israel, and among Orthodox Jews in
America, in particular, the assigned role of women, es-
pecially as it involves marriage and divorce, has created
many problems. The question Congress is raising is
whether or not what was considered "enlightened" hun-
dreds and even thousands of years ago is adequate to
the needs of Jewish life today.
An Acceptable Compromise
Apparently in response to pressure from American
Jewish groups and members of Congress, the Voice of
America has decided to broadcast a special program
twice a week aimed specifically at the three million Jews
in the Soviet Union.
The decision represents a compromise which appears
to be acceptable. The Jewish groups had asked for Yid-
dish-language broadcasts while the officials of the Voice
of America argued that only some 15% of the Soviet Jews
spoke Yiddish and the programs would lose their effective-
ness. The broadcasts will be in Russian but the subjects
will be of specific Jewish content.
MATTER OF FACT _
bf JOSEPH ALSOP
H
WASHINGTON Under the
sheltering aegis of the Soviet
Union, it appears that the saint-
ly Indira Gandhi will probably
lead India into war with Pak-
istan. Kicking a man when he
is down is of course a moral
duty, if your love of peace, your
well-publicized spirituality and
your practical personal interests
all favor a swift boot to the
groin.
This is the real essence jl
what is happening in the Incia
subcontinent. As 'Aill be seeifjl
is of great strategic interest. Rjl
before examining the realities of I
the situation, it is first o' a I
necessary to c way J
funguslike growl h of twa^J
thai any Indian i inevit*3
generates in this country,
NO DOIBT ti Pakfo^
have been very wicked and ha* |
hearted in fact down
unethical and lousy not t
wish to surrender one-half J
their national territory to tfl
insurgents of Ea.-t Pakistan.(3
only wonders why 0j I
Americans who now feel *]
strongly about this :r.anazj
to look the other way so hip,I
pily when the Sowets deciiejl
that the wretched Czechoslovak,!
could be permitted the j
measure of honor:' |
Rightly or wrongly, at
rates, the Pakistan:.- have i*
fused, so far. to inn -nder Ei
Pakistan. The government
India, led by Mrs
long been actively ttnan |
arming the Bangla Desh 1 |
gents.
QUITE largely r> vise tfacI
government of India has beendrl
ing everything to aid i: I
gency, great numbers of ref*l
gees have been generated bytht|
fighting in East Pakistan.
(Continued on Pay 13-A)
COMMENT
I am not one to deplore the
consistently small turnout
\ tera for local elections in
parts. Smart politi
win these kind of low-pp
Its an.l l>ettt i
politii i.-m than a si ipi I vol
: The former is n
trustworthy.
This i in;' attiluck i ause
a lot of bad publicity back In
1962, and the outrage of the
League of Women Voters and
other nice people, when I wrote
a series of ai pposing a
great registration drive that
was mounted in that important
election year.
WHAT particularly irked me
was the campaign to re-register
those whose franchise had laps-
ed because of failure to vote at
least once in four years. My po-
sition was and is that any-
one so contemptuous of his
rights as a citizen would prob-
ably do the wrong thing if he
ever got dragged into the vot-
ing booth. Those of us who have
watched the great non-voting
mass pour out because of some
emotional issue unconnected
with the reality of good govern-
ment can attest to the truth of
that statement.
There is something to be said
about the lack of excitement in
the Miami and Miami Beach
city elections for the typical
small vote that turned out last
week. Also, we might blame the
local press, as well as the un-
imaginative public relations
men of the candidates for not
whipping up some heat during
the campaign. And, of course,
the non-partisan nature of our
local elections lends itself to
blandness.
VISITING my old grounds in
New Jersey just before the Nov.
2 election, I realized what was
missing in my life down here
as I read the local press. There
certainly is no lack of issues in
the communities of North Jer-
.nd iiD lack f covei age of
id countei ch

like to c
at you can un-
' life In suburban
Noi th Ji bout!
"OOP can-
didate C.i lory thai
Paier.son Borough Attor-
ney Anthony Andora for reveal-
ing that the Democrates lied in
the 197 i cam].>:_-n one spe-
cific lie was l: e 1" :. ooratic ac-
tion that there would be a
S4 charge to hook up Christmas
tree lights which he admitted at
this past Council meeting was a
lie ... the Republican also
blamed the Democratic Council
majority for raising electrical
inspection fees from $4 to $6.'
IN RINGWOOD. the Demo-
cratic candidates "revived the
garbage issue of the 1970 cam-
paign," stating that their op-
ponents now agreed with them
that "there is no garbage prob-
lem." West Paterson's Republi-
can Council candidate Andrew
Carrioti pledged his all-out ef-
fort to stabilize the tax rate.
In Haledon, the Demos claim-
ed their insurance plan was ig-
nored, and incumbent Republi-
can Mayor "accused the Demo-
crats of running a last-minute
campaign of dishonesty" for, it
seems, after running up a defi-
cit while they were in control,
they were now accusing the
Republicans o f running t h e
town into debt.
HALEDON wasn't the only
place with misrepresentations.
Sheriff Frank Davenport, who
is also Passaic County's Repub-
lican chairman, charged State
Senator Anthony J. Grossi, his
Democratic counterpart, with
"total misrepresentation of rhe
"facts."
by EDWARD COHEN
In Montville
: wit
mud-slinging,"
Repul
Joseph P
his own politic
the ed nation oi I
It was really a n
that Councilman F
pelli only "chid
I
I
I

NOW. Of CO
slambang attacks.
tive advertisement
was on Deliai:
Kniff. a Democrat!
for the State ASS-
a member of AFS
Union 1960; 'His
mella Tirri, is a
TULA Local 75; U*t
Americo and Pal Ti ri TWU
Local 1733; Adolph
ri, Operating Ei s Loi'81
825; Fred Tirri. H
struction Union L
aunt. Mrs. Helen T
tered Nurse." I'd like to see our
highly-paid flaks to| ;hat one
As vou can see. politics is
what
it should be: serious : .smess for
the average citizen from S4 "P*
And the not-so-average take
seriously, too, as this illustra-
tion will show. One of my
prominent Democratic '?"
has a permanent license P[<
"PJZ 1" which indicates w
county of residence and his i -
tials as well as his status, "i* j
the Republicans finally t
back the State of Ken l*'
year or so ago, they solved^
problem of Democratic niono
oly by creating a new
that goes "i pjz,-; tw-rj;
portant personage vww
initials.
AND. NOW. if vou "ant
throw rocks at passmg
you can select your iai=c
party- local
Which is more fun than a ioc
election in Dade County!


November 26, 1971
+Jewish Fk>rkHam
Page 5-A
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS^
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
MAIN OFFICE: 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET
377-1671
GIVES YOU MORE
THAN INTEREST
ON YOUR SAVINGS
DAYAFTERDAY AFTER
DAYAFTERDAY.
Save on special Savers Club group
tours to such exciting places as Europe,
the Orient, or the Caribbean
Purchase select merchandise
at low group prices
Dine at fine area restaurants and
enjoy member discounts
See local sports, cultural events and
attractions at reduced admission
Here's the quick, easy way to qualify for a
membership in the Dade Federal Savers Club:
1. Open a Dade Federal savings account at
any of our convenient offices. Maintain
a balance of $1,000 or more.
2. If you already have a Dade Federal account
of $1,000 or more and didn't apply for
membership in our Savers Club, ask for
your membership card.
3. If you already have a Dade Federal account
but its balance is less than $1,000. Just
agree to add $25 a month until it reaches $1,000.
We'll give you your membership card now.
4. If you can't open an account for $1,000,
open it for $50 or more and agree to add $25
a month to reach $1,000. We'll let you
have your card when you open the account.
You'll receive a complimentary subscription to
the Dade Federal Savers Club quarterly pointing
out the many ways you can benefit and save
money through your club membership.
Join nowfor complete details visit, 'phone
or write any of our convenient offices. There
are no membership fees, no dues, no meetings
to attend. All you do is enjoy the benefits
dayafterdayafterday.
Your savings in Dade Federal earn interest
compounded daily and are insured to the full
legal limit by the Federal Savings and Loan
Insurance Corporation.
Cutler Ridge Branch I Kendall Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd. U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St
238-5131 I 665-6951
Tamiami Branch I Allapattah Branch Edison Center Branch
1901 S.W. 8th St. 1400 N.W. 36th St.
643-4844 633-2491
5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
757-3441
North Miami Branch
12600 N.W. 7th Ave.
688-6587
Sky Lake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
949-7221
Miami Lakes Branch
13975 N.W. 67th Ave.
823-2130
'*' a
"/ft
Tdfs'S


Page 6-A
* Imlsit fUrktiain
FridaY- November 26
A Thanksgiving Story
seseefi* N& -feaa^
riii- i- h liKter-H. el
I Hi IT. I |"l Mill, ,v ill. il
ipiinii u'.tr rt I. v.ui.v' for us fl* we ui
ii- rountr) celebrate Th:inksiviiie.
in l.ihertted holiday, and as our
ironl Mgvt again .in achoins threat!
i urn ntfalnHt this Ktnunoh country
< l-r.i.-l ISABEL OROVR, Sniff
\ i Hi--
B> MBS, SIEGFRIED OITTEB
ll Mil Derail in tile Concentlntiiin
ani| in Auschwitz. Having behind
ne a i SS-man with a loaded gun
1 ;-.v in ,; ;! loa I a dirt} laundry
rom the SS-Infcctions Hospital
to I), v. ished in the nun's sic!ion
: the camn Alt''.....'
6trongly prohibited, I talkod to a
i ISO '. asking mm .. .- .1 ....
?. mj hi. ii. iomn was there. Hi
oid mi. "Tnere is a Siegfried
Gulur he
The name sounded familiar and
; remembered I knew a Morris
'. : 1 ho w 1 brother of Sieg-
: i also knew a M. s Katz
lee Gutter, a youngi sisl hut
didn'1 i ni> 1 a Siegfried.
lasat I if 1944. Mil
'
i! 1945.
: t Si I in Z
ere
1 lj ha i
-. 1 )_ bo lj. Faniilii w< re -.\
alon '. We tui m I
help 1 )i,' -an-, a: -
. camp v>- ienees onlj a
that had been there, c >ul
; lei'Stand w ha I we were talking
ibou S ii in.: all liis
'.n the '-ami), ex-
cept his young : sister, Mrs. Katz.
I was ::! with only one sister.
; and I to k a liking to
ach other. In 1946 were mar-
led. i ho ptiness ii e in '
"ze abli
ind (hough) of emi Bui
VVi ou i ,. i m rred
to go to Israel, but British restric-
tions made that Impossible. Un-
Kpected hope came to us -.ii the
orm of a telegram on our wedding
day saying "A permit to ionic to
i.;. I- tin I. j is on the way to ydu "
An old : -nil o! Siegfi led's sent
s this message from Caracas, Ven-
h A nerica. We
lati N< w i thi : it took n full
until we got our passp
I pei nission i i Ii ave.
In S 1947 we arrived
in V nezu Tn February 1945
the Co n ("/ 'cll-
oslovakia. Ve had escaped by a
hair. The life In Venezuela was
hard, without money and without
cnowledgc of the language. It was
luite Impossible to gel an apart-
isc the few thai re
ivailable required a large amount
: key money." which we dint
have. But in time we '-.-'.i work,
learned Spanish and lived a happj
life.
Siegfried had been a successful
'.asm ssman in Berlin, where lie
owned a leather-goods factory but
had to leave it to escape the Nazis
Jn Venezuela he represented a big
men's rlothini manufacturing com-
JUUJiUU*
led as a personnel
manager in an Insurance company.
When Cuba became Communist-
ruled, it looked like Venezuela
i'so would swing from I he military
Ictaturship to a Communist re-
gime.
At that time we considered my
husband's retirement and so we
iocidi d to leave Venezuela before
a Communist disaster could strike
us. in O -tober :9;i.'' after 16 happy
j i ars in Venezuela, we became
esirlents of the U.S.A. Again to
nove, again to learn a new lan-
juage an' :i n '"" "">' of ,ir" *"i\
we certainly didn't grow yuonger.
lilt we made tl a ftitcl' ....
years we decided definitely to be-
long to this great nation. In 1938
we acquired our U.S. citizenship.
Here we were completely alone.
My husband's sister emigrated to
I-in.'l in 1948 and mv husband
. hitil her in 1959. She died in
II, My husband was thrill I
with is : i and wanted to show
of our forefathers and
our free Israel and so In 1963 wi
\:.:>. Thee i found three
cousins who emigrated to [an I as
halutzim. Since my first visit to
this beloved country we were
im -. a k to it.
But sometimi ci rcumstances
rk againsl you and you have to
wail for the fulfillment of youi
learest wishes. So we pro:?
ourselves that for our 25th wed-
ling anniversary we would make
a trip to Israel. And we ma:e it.
Our dearesl wish came true and
m! I> ever enj y< d a trip as
much as we did. We are aware ol
the '_i:t which the Almighty be-
stowed upon us. After the sorrows
Auschwitz the joys of Jeru-
salem we have to tiy very hard
to deserve this blasting.
Two years ago I joined the Aviva
Chapter) l' oncer Women in North
Miami R ach. This is mv vocation.
This was my call, which I haw to
answer to help to build Child-
Bare "Cental in Israel. The chil-
dren are the future and the hope
I of Israel. I am not new in this
1 liel Of activity. In Venezuela I
worked very artively for the Red
Cross, the Cancer Society, a chil-
dren's hospital and for polio vic-
tims. Here in the U.S.A. since my
arrival I worked as a volunteer In
our local hospitals, but since I
joined the Pioneer Women and
had the chance to see the results of
their work in Israel. I im defi-
nitely d Heated to them with all!
ny heart.
%}.OIEtssM
fa*** '
HANSH.
MARCUSE fo*
Extcatlv* ; KL/
Oil
CATERING
Pood
rector *% \ \
ATEHINO "**......-*, \
Md Ii hvirfj;1""S %\# |
LCDS WITXIK
l. s'HoteJ
Wl-6061
KFMFI01IT AT U U STS.. MIAMI tUd
Your little girl
is getting married.
At last.
Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
season...be it wedding, reception, confiimation. banquet, meet-
ing or gala., no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular?
Deauville
Call Al Sicherer/Executive Food Director/ 865 8511
Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
Skfde!! Appointed
To Drug Task Force
Miami real estate executive Rob-
ert A. Skidell, a mi mber of the
Dade County Drug Abuse advisory
board, ha- been appointed to the
South Florida Health Planning]
Council's Drug Abuse Task Foi
Tlv appointment was announc
by Dr. Everett Shockel chairman
of the new task force which will
c incentrate an at'ack on the area's
growing drug ahu problems.
Servine with Skidell on the Drug
Abuse Task Force will be Mrs.
Georginna Cruz. Criminal Couri
Judge Murrav Goodman. Circnil
Judge Francis X. Knuck. Mrs
Evelyn Mack r, Mrs. Carrie Meek.
Charles Xordwall. Ken Phillios,
Hy Ftothstein, Jack SaiKfstrom, Dr. i
Daniel Seckinsjer. Richard S 'plar.
Rev. Maurice Steinberg and Dr.
.Tames Sussex.
tete a tete
or cotillion?
Mi
.SN.
The
magnificent
Sheraton-Four
Ambassadors offers
every conceivable
facility for club
meetings, weddings and
social events. A small,
intimate luncheon becomes
very special...a debut a
most memorable milestone.
| You may rely on meticulous
personalized service,
catering planned to your
precise wishes.
Call Catering
Manager
valet parkin?
Sheraton-1
rtaif^rtmbaseadora
R01 S Bayshoie Drive. Miami. Florida
Phone 377-1966
t40
a*
r.Vhc \y\vasuro of
>our a flair is
%
ontainebleau
u.
MIAMI BEACH FlORIOA
MASNIFICKNT FACII.TTIES
SrPERB SKKVICE GOURMET
CUISINE ALL AVAILABLE AT
SENSIBLE PRICES.
KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
mi.I. i;oi dkim;
( I If.HISl. HIKH lUR
53841811
s^Maaa^'^tweeeeafr-
^
Shtrman Winn Sam Minna Steve Winn Glenn hubemun
VicsPTts./Gen.Mtr. Manager Sales Manager Catering Mgr,
Sherman Winn, Vies President and General Manager,
invites you to join the Winn team and make the Balmoral
your hotel. Complete hotel and catering facilities are at
your disposal-every occasion becomes a memorable one.
On the Ocean
at 98th Street
Bal Harbour
UN 6-7792 Miami Beach
If you're rich
and beautiful
why aren't we
having an affair?
It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all. we're
talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
of the season.
At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The f:gures
may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
thing less?
Our catering director, Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
new Cotillion Room.
Eden Roc
Hotel, Yacht and Cabana Club.
Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
Charlotte Horn, JE 2-2561.
r
\
rbr a catered afiair
in the grand manner.
Enterlain in the famed Starlight Roof high
above the city, or in the country club
elegance of the Grand Ballroom.
These and other superb rooms await
your pleasure.. .complementedby
the area's finest gourmet
cuisine and flawless service...
in the Doral grand manner.
pomONTHFOGlvW
K)RALGOUNTRYCLlJB
jne Mr. Do. _' jj


November 26, 1971
Vlewfeft /lor ktt&r)
Page 7-A
letters to the editor

i
|TOR,' Th* 4ewlth Klsridlar
is unfair of Dr. Narot to ac-
me of half-truths in my anti-
Ition statements. He himself,
ci .ioliberately or out of ignor-
failed to quote many rele-
Talmudic and Rabbinic
es in his pro-abortion state-
News in which he pleifffs for legal- cm Jewry must come into play.}
i/atkin of these activities. | Tlie constant and increasing prcs-
It would be well for Dr. Narot I sure on the Soviet Union proved
to do his homework before he that Soviet Jewry can be saved.!
does his writing
RABBI
PHINKAS A. WKBKRMAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
It.
I'almud. V'ah 30B. clearly
les that the soul enters the
itl its fetal state. In Sanhed-
;y, ue. find a difference of
cm whether a person should
iut to death for committing
li'iion. Maimonidts rides in
l> ol Kings 11:4 that the
tionisl is guilty of murder,
pi Narnl's quote from Oholoth
from Chosen Mishpat is a
in which we are certain that
mother's life is endangered by
i nhorn fetus. There is no Tal-
lin- source that sanctions abor-
inly for the sake of the moth-
lomfort or well being.
pie following is part of a statc-
Lt issued by the Rabbinical
pncil of America during their
Ivention held here in Mi..mi
rh last June:
fin Judaism the life of an un-
fn child is sacred and only when
s a threat to the mother can
moral issue of abortion be
Ived. For each person to de-
arbitrarily, on the basis of
noniics or convenience, wheth-
Ei ins is to survive is literally
m.ui> to play G-d and is re-
lously blasphemous and soc'ally
it rui tive.
1 Vi particularly deplore the
I i "l higher morality by pro-
mts of permissive abortions.
v. rongfully ascribe to tradi-
inal religion an insensitivitj to
I an problems, This is total)}
.IlK-.ajsm has been lhe
| If Jewish consciousness can be
! mobilized on a large scale all over
the world, the destruction of this
great segment of World Jewry
can be prevented.
WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF
THE
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
BOUTIQUE
Suite 353 420 Lincoln Rood
Dr. Irving lehrmon Judge Zev W. Kogon
Chairman President
Foundation Southern Region
Tel. 538-6464
Hon. Joy Dermer
President
IIHIOK, The Jewish Florldian:
The events of the last few
months have been showing a trend
toward the unbending of the
U.S.S-R's attitude in their policy
concerning the emigration of So-'
Viet Jewry. Though in numbers
this is only a trickle in compari-
son to the millions who desire to.
leave the Soviet Union for their
homeland, nevertheless, it is a sig-
nificant indication considering!
their former rigid policy since the'
Communist rulers have been in'
power in Russia.
These visible changes of course
MAURICE i.oi.im;i\(.
.Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I have just read Seymour B.
Liebman's review of Harry Gold-
en's book on Israel in the October
issue of the Floridian. I have also
read the lxxik twice and therefore
take strong exception to Mr. Lieb-
man's review.
First, he calls the book. "THE
ISRAELITES." The title is "THE
ISRAELIS" and I don't buy the
time old excuse ty|iographical
error. Your reviewer must have
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FOR LVl-RYOSf:
Monthly Small SR 22's
Payments Down Payment Filed
low cost consistent with safety ahd service
MATIONAUY KNOWN COMPANIES
757-7067
CALL
LOU
HFNDREM
*oa satis
r PHOH*
did not occur overnight, nor vol-1 read the book in 10 minutes flat. j
untarily; such things do not
happen in a totalitarian country
where human rights are not con-
sidered, or at best are handled
cynically. It is the result o!" a
concerted effort of the Free World
BS .veil as the heroic defiance of
the Russian Jewry against theii
oppressors.
al mentor of Western civili/a-
ind no code ol morality sur-
.i our Bible's concern for hu-
i life, our holiest days and
v religious concept must be
-iiie in order to save a human
\ sensitivity to social Injus-
i- Imbedded within our tr.-idi-
i Ami ii is Judaism which re-
- a blanket allowance to abor-
p>i i. "
I following is from "Inter- '
the official organ of the As-
riation of Orthodox J ew ishl
ntists:
I'This unsolicited assault via the |
tss media invades the privacy :
the family unit. Children and '
alescents are subjected to in-
pisive indoctrination with values i
metrically opposed to those of I
(eir own families and heritage.
Is campaign has been most sue- '
sful. The abortionist, long
limned and persei'uted. is sud-
pily rewarded and respected,
nai a heinous crime against mob-
ility could in so short a time be
bnverted to a virtue is indeed
lightening. The lesson of our hls-
ieal experiences with utilitarian
Bhics seems to be forgotten all
bo soon. Abortion is justified for
lilitarian reasons. Jewish law
Wilts abortion only when a po-
tentially lethal deterioration in
llie mother's health might ensue
I1 pregnancy is allowed to pro-
[ii'il to term. Jewish law prohibits
'union when its sole justifica-
f'"n is to prevent the birth of a
physically deformed or mentally
'larded child. Abortion "on de-
nand" purely for the convenience
l>f the mother or even of society.
p-s strictly prohibited and is moral- '
jy repugnant. The recent passage
l"f jwrmissive legislation does |
nothing to minimize this moral re-1
jMignance and in no way mollifies
pisir Jewish ethical truths. Legal ',
permissibility under civil law is |
l|'"i synonymous with mo ral.
license."
Dr. Narot asks when Edward j
I' ohen advocated abortion, pornog-
raphy and drug abuse. His scath- I
This psychological war which is
I being waged against the Inhuman!-
1 ii. committed by these despots
I In the Kremlin has forced them
into i defensive position which will
' ultimately result in the full libera-
tion of these raptive people. In
today's v. mid humanitarians
left or right are well aware of
the rampant anti-Semitism and
supression being practiced bj these
rulers i.l Russia against their Jew-
ish subjects,
The Kremlin leaders and their
diplomats bound around the world
are being concerned Increasingly
to defend Soviet policies regarding
the persecution of the Jews, and
the restrictions in letting the Jews
exercise their human rights to
emigrate to their homeland, Seml-
Soviet government delegations are
dispatched to the Western Hemi-
sphere to sell their story of how
well-off the Jews are in that Com-
munist haven. However, there are
no takers buying the stories of
these 'informers.'
His review has so many errors
that in fairnesr to Mr. Golden, i
corrections should be made.
No where are there vignettes by |
Harry Gulden's son. I have ex- j
.mined the book most carefully j
but was unable to find any evi-
dence thai his son showed little
know ledge of Judaism or of Is- I
rael. How your reviewer can
charge the author with egotism is'
a deep mystery. The liook i.s in- i
deed a "portrait of a people." not '
of the author or of his son.
I have been lo Israel recently,
and alter reading the book, I felt
thai I had discovered a new side
of Israel. It is NOT. as Mr. I.ieb-
man says. a book one can read
or leave alone." It is my firm be-
liel that Mr. Llebman glanced
through the book. He could not
have read it with any diligence,
and come up with so false and be-
littling a review.
I trust your readers will have
the opportunity to read the above.
LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
North Miami Beach
FIRf-RaWEOWaiRt-Ufl
AMI INC.
OP
MIAMI, FLORIDA
3801 N. MIAMI AVI.
DffltK^
THMAGHM
YOUNG MARRIED*
SENIOR CITIZENS
MI1IMRY
Don't Lota Vou
License
HO CHA no I SMOPPfHS
muriuo siHVict
SEETHE KING
AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALIST
AT YOUR SERVICE
685-5671 9275531
Miami Hollywood
Mobile Home Specialists
11611 N.W. 7fh AVE.
WINUKS HtOM ANYWHERE IN MIAMIJUST Off It*
Jtm^M ...... l
There is little doubt that the
U.S.S.R. is now engaged in a dip-
lomatic offensive to win friends
and influence nations to rid itself
of this problem which is giving the
Soviet Union so much bad public-
ity. Their ambassadors are trying
desperately, and unsuccessfully, to
deny well-known crimes since, with
all their bodyguards, their leaders
are becoming scared to walk the
streets freely, in fear of someone
from their "liberated nations'"
jumping on their necks, like they
did to Kosygin, with a "friendly"
embrace.
The denial by Kosygin that there
is a "Jewish Question'-' in the So-
viet Union is futile since the facts
prove that there is a serious ques-
tion and also a solution for it. The
Jew of today will not tolerate the
genocidal solution, even if it were
only spiritual and not physical, in
the" Hitler style. This should be
understood in the Kremlin. The
Stalinists' who still resist the nor-
mal humane solution to let them
go unhindered, evidently are still
prevailing.
The little opening of the door
by the Soviet authorities letting
a few thousand Jews leave was
made under the assumption that
if the activists left, the problem
would epiiet down. However, the
more Soviet Jews are allowed to
leave for Israel, the more the re-
maining Jews realize that by
">K attack on me for opposing dogged persistence and militance,
[these evils clearly indicates that
"' is in favor of them. I would
also refer Dr. Narot to his own
-elter published in the Miami
they too can get out.
To force the door to open wider,
more offensive activities of West-
Is your big Miami bank
plugged in up north ?
(m
AN
v-^J
%^^
M
7)
CM
fe,
*.
-.
^
*'Cr)
-CD:'
*$
Bigness doesn't always
mean greatness. And
"'ffftt dealing with a large chain
, bank doesn't insure you of
the best service.
If the policies and decisions of
your local bank are made out of
^ town, loans and services may get
' hung up in a lot of unnecessary red
l-w~ tape.
^___, Some people are surprised to learn the Carner
v-^- Bank of Miami Beach can loan just as much
*"' money as the big chain banks. In fact, we've never
turned anyone down because their loan request was too
large. We're the surprising bank on Miami Beach that's
there with the money when you need it.
/C^
\^
CARNER BANK 4fr>
WE WILL DOSUMTHING FOR YOU! ^BL^j^^
F Dl C OF MIAMI BEACH
930 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE: (305) 534-15


Page 8-A
+Jetrist> fhrktian
Friday, November
26.111
Israel's Minister Of Tourism To
Present Shalom Award To Tat
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, who were the recipients of the
State of Israel Shalom Award at the Temple Emanu-El-
Israel Dinner of State, receive the congratulations of Baron
deHirsch Meyer, chairman of the dinner, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the temple, Minister Avner Idan of the
State of Israel, and Michael Litvak, director of the Israel
Bond Organization. Members of the temple purchased $2,057-
000 in Israel Bonds at the dinner.
Thomas L. Dusthimer, president of the Miami Beach First
National Bank, (extreme left) presents a SI50,000 check to
Michael Litvak, director of the State of Israel Bonds, com-
pleting the half million dollar purchase made on the occa-
sion of the 50th anniversary of the Bank. Also shown are
Alan Master, vice president, and Milton Sirkin, Jerusalem
trustee.
Henry Howard Speaking
Henry Howard will speak on
The Rise and Fall of the Yiddish
Theatre in America" Tuesday, at
1 p.m.. in the Forte Forum, in the
Auditorium at 1200 West Ave..
Miami Beach. Mr. Howard, a
graduate of the American Acad-
emy of Dramatic Arts, spent
eight seasons with Theatre Guild.
He is a former member of the
Board of Governors and program
chairman of B'nai B'rith. District
No. 3. and a member of the Joint
Activities Board of B'nai Brit...
Beth Am Chanukah Happening
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood will
'resent a "Chanukah Happening."
Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. The
Happening." which is open to the
public, will feature crafts, music,
dancing and Israeli food. For res-
ervations, call Carol Clein or
Marilyn Azriel.
His Excellency Moshe Kol, Is-
rael Minister of Tourism, will be
the guest speaker at the Temple
Israel Dinner of State on behalf of
Israel Bonds. Sunday evening. Dec.
5. in the temple's Morris D. Wolf-
son Auditorium. He will also con-
fer the State of Israel Award upon
Stanley and Joanne Tate, honorees
at this occasion.
Dinner chairman Martin Fine
has announced that reservations
are still available for this gala
event which promises to be one of
the most meaningful to the tem-
ple and the State of Israel. There
will be music for dinner and danc-
ing; a reception for Mr. Kol will
precede the dinner.
An outstanding leader, the Cabi-
net member has an unusual rec-
ord of public service as sociologist,
administrator and political leader.
Since he became Minister of Tour-
ism in 1966. he has been respon-
sible for expanding tourist facili-
ties throughout Israel.
With the establishment of the
Rabbi Sbapero Is
Breakfast Guest
Sunday, at 9:30 a.m., the Adult
Education Committee of Temple
Beth El will present Rabbi San-
ford M. Shapero, director of the
South Florida Federation. Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, speaking on "How Far Cul-
tural Integration Withotut Assim-
ilation? Should we Return To The
Ghetto?" at a breakfast hosted by
the Brotherhood.
Rabbi Shapero, a graduate of
the University of Dayton. Ohio,
received his Bachelor of Hebrew
letters degree from the Hebrew
I'nion College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, Cincinnati, Ohio, and
was ordained as Rabbi in 1955. A
founder and director of the Teen-
age Youth Programs in Dayton
and Columbus, Ohio, he has also
served as chaplain in the U. S.
Navy.
Dr. Sliapero lectures at college
and university campuses, repre-
senting the Jewish Chautauqua
Society of which he is a life mem-
ber. A member of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
;nd Rotary International, he W9t
elected to representation in the J
1965 edition of "Who's Who in
World Jewry." and is listed in the \
1972-73 edition of "Who's Who In
the East Breakfast proceeds will
go to the Israel Youth Pilgrimage
Scholarship Fund.
5
es
MOSHE KOL
Minister of Tourism
hairmanofitsfoni^a,^
mittee. He was one of XwP.
tories of Israels DedaraiL-l
Independence, and has Jz\
a member of the Knesset C
mentl, and of the Jewish
Executive, as well as
Youth Aliyah, a position'
until he joined the Israel Q
Active in many <>r-u
dealing with children, he
many years vice presid
International Children's
ties Committee of UNL^,
chairman of the Commit
Mutual Aid of the lnfc
Union for Children's We
The dinner committee k I
by Dr. Joseph Narot,
chairman; Mar*.in Fine
president and dinner
and Mr. and Mrs. K
Rosen, chairmen of the
of hosts.
A reception for those actW
the host commits was hosti
State of Israel in 1948. Mr. Kol !" ""* *** *?*n at th*>
last Sunday; plans were set I
became a member of the council of most enjoyable evening f,
the provisional government and those attending the dinner.
26 MONTH "NET SERVICE" LEASE
INCLUDES
FREE SIMONIZES EACH YEAR
FREE INSPECTION EVERY 90 DAYS
FREE LICENSE PLATES
1972 PONTIAC LEMANS
Air COM Po*?r steofing eo*er hra*es $10700
i /.alls. Tinted glass. Radio & Heater '
PER MONTH
1972 CHEVROLET MALIBU
A'ir Cond. Power steering Power brakes *|
Whitewalls. Tinted glass Padio & Heater, pgg MONTH
00
1972 CHEVROLET NOVA
100
AirCnnd Power <<"" it| A'mtewalis | |2
Tinted glass. Radio & Heater. PER MONTH
Rill MAINTINANCI 4 IMSUtAMCI AVAIIAIU AT LOW MONTHLY COST
El Dorados Sedan Oe Viiies Markivs R? : '
Mercedes Benz Pontiacs Oidsmohiies 6. '
Station Wacom also a.arable
DADE
532-5421
BROWARD
525-9300
Jjf AUTO LEASING, inc
1S45 AlTON ROAD MIAMI Rf ACM FIOI
LOW DAILY. WEEKLY. MONTHLY RATES ALSO AVA:laW
I
Dr. Sherman Kaplan
Named Chairman
As a public service for the en-
tire community, Temple Emanu-
El is presenting three outstanding
programs in its cultural series for
the 1972 season, according to Dr.
Irving Lhrman, spiritual leader,
who pointed out that the cultural
series has been being presented by
the temple for over 20 years.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
dent of the congregation, announc-
ed Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan's ap-
pointment as chairman of the se-
ries, which begins Jan. 12. when
the sensational "Arbaah Kolote
The Voices Four" presents their
"beat" version of liturgical music,
Israeli favorites and popular songs.
The world-famous religious lead-
er. Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen,
will appear o.i Feb. 9; Dr. Joseph
Lookstein. internationally renown-
ed rabbi, scholar and lecturer will
conclude the series on March 22.
All lectures will be held Wednes-
days at 8:15 p.m. in the main sanc-
tuary. Tickets are available at
the temple office, 1701 Washington
Ave.
JACK SCHENKMAN
PRESIDENT OF
SYSTEMS FOR SECURITY
ALARM SYSTEM
CENTRAL
BURGLAR -Fl
SYSTEMS FOR SECURITY, ALARM SYSTEMS
(BURGLAR FIRE HOLDUP)
Announces the Approval of
Certified Underwriters Laboratories Approved Central Station for
CENTRAL STATION BANK SAFE and VAULT BURGLAR ALARM
CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM
CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE and VAULT BURGLAR ALARM
CENTRAL STA. COMBINATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM
CENTRAL STATION PROTECTIVE SIGNALING SERVICES FIRE ALARM
FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVED CENTRAL STATION
WE NOW CAN PROVIDE ALL CERTIFICATION REQUIRED
BY YOUR INSURANCE AGENCY and THEIR UNDERWRITERS
CENTRAL STATION Located at
3010 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA. 33142
1l Phone 633-6573


Way, November 26. 1971
*Jewlsti fhrknan
Page 9-A
Ambassador's Ball Will TemPleNerTan,id
i Holds 4th Annual
\Be Held Sunday; Dec. 26 IChaanka Seminar
Jrho annual Ambassador's Ball
111 be hold Sunday, Dec. 26, ac-
Irding to an announcement made
-m
JAMES M. ALBBKT
.limes M. Albert, chairman,
lid Michael Litvak, director of the
fate of Israel Bonds Organiza-
on. Traditionally held under the
tronage of the Ambassador of
rael, the event brings to a climax
I),1 year's activities of the Israel
mid Organization.
'reparations for the 1971 Ball
luing headed by Mr. Albert
d Dr. Irving Lehrman, chair-
f. : the board; Dr. Leon Kron-
nati nal vice chairman. State
Israel Bonds; Rabbi Mayor
Ibramowitz, special events chair-
Ian; David J. Light and Samuel
nriedland, honorary chairmen, and
| I. Siogcl, awards commit-
chairman.
Anna Brenner Meyers, af-
.tionally Tejtai-ded as the "First
lady of Miami," will again serve
1000 LINCOLN ROAD
I Tired of paying seven or eight dol-
per square ft. plus parking?
I Try this mall location with ample
I municipal parking for about half
that rate. Price includes elevator
ond air conditioned service, plus
complete office building services
in this solid AAA sprinklered build-
ing.
JACK THOMAS Inc.
REALTOR
1325 Biscayne-358-5511
r FACING THE BAY IN A
/kit***
Mexico
All new rooms/suites
Completely air-conditioned^
Single 12-Double S14 .
lApnl 15-December 14) '
Single S16- Double S20
>
December 16-April 14)
*~Hotel
TRE: Costera M. Aleman 265
and in MEXICO CITY
HOTEL Roof top pool. Parking
Single $11.60
Double $14
cJeA CvrujeA
Lerma 154 -
Tele: 33-1032
HOTEL. Near Alempda Park
KiMtm Single $9.60-S11.60
'.* Doubl $"-60 $13.60
LuisMova 11 Tele: 21-8960
, HOTEL,
125 air-conditioned
rooms
Single $6.40 Double $8.
"ev'llaoigedo 35 Tele: 10-4530
HOTEL
English speaking
staff "Single $6.40 Double $8.
fcvitlagigedo 36 Tele: 18-5240
ROMANO HOTELS
as grand hostess of the Ball, a
role which has been hers since the
inception of this event more than
a decade ago.
Among the highlights of the
Ball will be the presentation of
the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Hu-
manities Award to a distinguished
citizen who has rendered outstand-
ing service to the State of Israel
and the presentation of girls-como-
of-age in a debutante ceremony to
the Ambassador.
"The Ambassador's Ball will be
an evening of joy and celebration
bringing together the men and
women who have led the Israel
Bond effort," Mr. Albert noted.
Rabbi Kugene Labovitz, spiritual
loader of Temple Ner Tamid has
announced that its fourth annual
"Chanukah Know-How" seminar
will be held Wednesday, Dec. 8.
Thus yearly event, presented by
the religious school, instructs the
children how to make decorations
and proper emblems for the Chan-
ukah holi ay. Following the semi-
nar, the children are the temple's
guests for a holiday dinner.
Chairman of tho event is Mrs
Warren Goldman. Participants will
include Emanuel Feder, educational
director, Donna Goldman, Rosanno
Freeman, Madnlyn Levy, Michael
Kenzer, Nathan Loight. Debra
Zane, Ronald Friedman. Philip
Gorin. Bruce Miller, Dcbra Dunn
and Andrea Goldman.
Jan Peerce Heads Chanukah
Festival Talent Line-Up
A roster of distinguished citi-
zens is being enrolled to serve on
the committee for the Ball, in-1
eluding Mr and Mrs Sam Blank. Arnold Fein Receives Medal
Mr. and Mrs. ,'cnas J Brotman. .*..<. _, ,_ ,j
Jacob C. Cohen. Mrs. Max Cohen. At Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Na- &.th^A umnl Association of the
than Darsky, Mr. and Mrs Harry U\ C2n*& ofH NcTw, Y!,rkf, last
week, Bav Harbor Islands Coun-
Irankel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.lcilman Arnold Fein recoived its
Kanter, Salomon Klein, Mr. and! Alumni Service Medal for found-
Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr. and Mrs.' >ng the South Florida Chapter of
Jacob Rifkin, Mr. and Mrs. Alexj'ho C-CNY Alumni Association.
_ :. ,, ._ Mr. Fein, who was also the Chap-
Robmson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman j tcr.s fi,.st prcsifient is the current
L. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. William, president of North Shore Lodge,
Suchor and Malcolm Woldenberg. ( B'nai B'rith.
Jan Peerce, star of opera and
concert stage, will head the pro-
gram of the annual community-
wide Chanukah Festival sponsored
by the Israel Bond Organization.
Complimentary tickets to the
Festival will be issued to all 1971
Israel Bond purchasers. The cele-
bration will take place Sunday
evening. Dec. 19. in the Miami
Beach Convention Hall.
In heading the talent presented
in this year's Chanukah Festival,
the ix>pular singer will be return-
ing for a repeat performance. It
is a role which he played in the
first Festival. Arrangements are
now being completed for an all-star
cast, matching the h'.minaries of
previous years' standing room-only
performances, to join Mr. Peerce.
Mr. Peerce has traveled through-
out the world as a concert artist.
He has sung in nearly every Euro-
pean country, and in Israel, Japan,
South Africa. Latin America, Aus-
tralia and New Zealand. He has
toured the Soviet Union under the
auspices of the Ui.itod States
State Department and was the
first American ever to sing at the
Bo'.shci Theatre in Moscow.
The famous tenor, who has sung
in cities throughout the United
States has drawn capacity audi-
ences in performances wherever
he appeared, was born in Nevr
York City and his voice is en-
tirely American trained. Though
his neighbors first knew him as
an alto voice in local cantorial.
choirs, it was with his violin thtt
young Jan worked his way through
college. Upon graduation, ho de-
cided to embark on his rrmsical
career.
Samuel L. iRoxy) Rothafel ga\-*
him his first big chance, estab-
lishing him as a star at Radio)
City Music Hall; he sang every-
thing from popular ballads to War-
ner and berame known nationwide
through the Music Hall's weekly
national broadcasts. Since makins;
his debut with the Metropolitan
Opera, ho has been ranked as the
loading tenor of American opera*
Local 1199 Members Meet
Retired members (Florida group)
of New York Local 1199 Drug an|
Hospital Employees will meet Frt-
day, Dec. 10 at 1 p.m. in the AmeN
ican Savings Bank, 1200 Liiicelrt
Rd.
The wonder jewel that science created.
MSTE3RBAM
A new jewel has been born!
Now, alter years of research, science has overcome
the ultimate challenge and created a jewel that
duplicates the appearance of the diamond so
precisely that only an expert can tell the difference.
The Amsterdam Gem radiates the fiery color that
ordinary diamond imitations like zircon, sapphire, and
other synthetics lack, because Amsterdam's refractive
index (2.409) is almost the same as the diamond's
12.417), and its 58 facets are cut and polished by the
expert hands of diamond craftsmen, exactly like a
diamond. It sparkles with clear, blue-white brilliance.
Amsterdam has surpassed all previous efforts to
achieve diamond-hardness. The new gem is 85% as hard
as a diamond, the world's hardest substance, so it won't
crack or lose its brilliance ever
Women have given the Amsterdam Gem a
phenomenal reception not just as a diamond imitation,
but as a fine jewel in its own right. Instead of wearing
a tiny diamond, brides-to-be are proudly wearing perfect
Amsterdam Gems of impressive size in their engage-
ment rings. And wealthy women are wearing huge
Amsterdam Gems instead of their costly jewels. It's safer
and no one knows the difference. You too can
show off a lavish display that will have your friends
gasping. Order on no-risk, money-back guarantee.
Amsterdam Gem Corp.
DEPT. E-1 41 East 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10017
Please send the following in a jewel case, on a 10-day, money-
back, no-risk guarantee ... (Postage and insurance prepaid.)
NO-RISK GUARANTEE:
Examine for 10 days without obligation.
If noi completely satisfied, return for full refund.
Ladies' Men's Cocktail Earrings Jn mounted
Rings Kings Rings (pair) Tendants Stones
1 carat S 70 5 75 J 75 i 80 S 65 S 35
Vh carats 87 92 92 114 82 52
2 carats 105 110 no 150 95 70
2'h carats 122 127 127 184 112 87
3 carats 135 140 140 215 125 105
A carats 5 carats 165 195 170 200 275 335 155 185 135 165
Price ol item................................. 1-
N.Y. residents add sales tax (NYC 7%).......... J-
/ enclose D check, Q moneyorder lor......... S-
Charge my D Diners ClubO American Express
D Master Charge O BankAmericard
Acct*
Bank *
(UiceslOrliWrgemsonrequest Ladies rings are Tillany settings.
Carat Size Item Shape Ladies'Ring. Men's Ring.
D1 carat D Lad.es' ring D Round D UK wh.le gold D Savoy
CIV, carat, 0Men's ring DMarqu.se DUK yellow gold D-florenline-
D2 carat, OPendant d Pear-shapedDw.th baguettes DUK while
D2V, carats D Earrings D Emerald-cut QNo baguettes
D3 carats D Unmounted D "Bouquet"
D4 carats "on" O "Venus"
D5 carat, H, Size (please circle) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Name
Street
gold
014K yellow
gold
City
State
Zip
Signature
JFM


Page 10-A
+Jeisii fkr/kfiar
Friday. November 26
t/ne f\abbi tjpeattt j-rvtn JUs f^iilpif
We Need Dreamers
Question
Box
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayeze
Rabbi Lipschiti
By RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Beth Twr-.th Conjrrearation
The scriptural ;x>r;ion of Vayeze
describes Jacob's dream, which ac-
cording to Hazlitt. is "among the
mast beautiful in j
literature." This
dream is one of j
the must sym-
bolic in the en- j
tire Bible .vhieh
according to Dr.
Hertz, is a n -
to all men
in all anes
that the earth
is full of the
ol G-d
> spot on
earth may he,
tor :i;ar.. the gate of Heaven.
Freud was among the first to
i :ich that dreams have Important i
psychological and emotional nu-
ances and mcan-n~ The Talmud
discusses, in great detail, the
causes a- well as I:;.- symbolism
of dreams.
To dream, in the vernacular, i<'
associated with "to envision,"
"iii hjpe." '"to strive," to pray for j
a better world. The reason The
Impossible Dream." in the "Man
of LaMancha" t came so popular.
was .'.-I only because of Its music,
but also the -1; to dream
the Ible dream to ri
the impi >ssibl< u i ongs
The Bible, lr, many of its nar-
roe
Noah
Abrah teas ind J icob, and i
their sp i an i sun
Moses wen ners and vi-
ies of lime. Bui dn am-
ers f impoesl not
V i ind heralded
in their generation. As a matter!
of fai I. they an- surely condemned'
M bers ptimists,
and disa nters."
II us, in 197!.
to pay more attei lion to i
dn amers. True, there arc some
who may far ahead of i!
-. Tlv re an
i nee change more spa dily.
q iote Bin 'i is. I, in his ad-1
- to the Federation's annual
meeting 1h-' month. "It is im-1
portant to dream. The world is |
no longer able to dream. Realitj
preci des dream. Man says wj much
but really so little, so many woi
the more we speak, the less we
have to say.
"At one time, the body was j
grounded and the spirit elevated.,
Today, the reverse is true. \W
need dreams. It is important to,
teach young people how to thvam."
When Jacob awakened out of
his sleep, he said: "Sorely, the
Lord is in this place and I knew it
not. How full of awe is this place
This l- none other than the Housi
of G-d and this is the Gate of
Heaven."
Perhaps, if we go beyond realitj
and elevate our spirits to the level
of the ideal an.-, as we look at the
world our people, and ours Ives,
we, too, shall awaken and find
thai G-d i- not far off in His
Heavenly abode. We may conclude
with Jacob of old. that G-d's pres-
ence can change this earth into a,
veritable paradise and sanctuary
a house in which G-d's spirit will:
always delight to dwell.
Services Held For Rabbi Levin
Continued from Pace 1-A
caps placed on him by the So- I
vict Union with its repressive '
liCy toward Jews and its de- |
nia! of their religious freedom.
Rabbi Levin saw his rol< as that
of a servant of the religious
j \ of Mi'- 'ow.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Mi-
ami Beach, president of the
ogue Council of America
IS A- said: "The SCA mourns
the assing of Rabbi Yehuda
Leib I -> in of Moscow. He held
his office under trying and
- We pray
thai were will be a successor
to his post whose ministry will
usher in a new era of relii
torn for the Jewish commun-
ity in the Soviet Union and thai
they will be given the opportun-
ity t.....tablisfa fraternal bonds
with Jewish communities in
other parts of the wot
*rV*r^Ar>**rVr^rVr^VrV> '
\ 9
* CANDLELIGHTING TIME
j 8 K1SLEV 5.09
L *
n.v RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it forbidden to leave
a Holy Book like a Bible, Tal-
mud, etc., open and walk away
from it?
In the Hobivw tradition, the
Holy literature is a "living" litera-
ture. The Torah is not only read;
"it speaks to individuals." This is
because the Torah is the living
word of God.
When one studies Torah he is
actually communicating with God
ontinuing the communication
which Moses began at Sinai. There-
leaving a Holy book open
when not studying or reading it, is
insulting it or insulting its author,
the Almight;..
Some authorities cay that it is
forbidden lo do this because when
the open book is left unattended
tome impure or unclean object may
I fall on it and spoil it. Some com-
mentaries ie.g., Taz in the Shul-
.'an Aruchi explain that there is
j a damaging Angel who stands
guard over the pages of the Torah.
When a person 'eaves a Holy book
open and unattended, this Angel
\\:eal<- vengence and makes the
person forget his learning.
One should, therefore, always
close the book when he goes away
from it to prevent absent mind
I.e..
Why are old prayer books and
other Holy hooks buried when
they an- alr.adv ImnoiiiI use be- I
Cause Ol the wear anil lear of
age?
Whatever is Holy or whatever
resents holiness, may never be
simply thrown away and ttsearded
It must !>> buried with attention
and concern, otherwise one would
) be insulting tlv m and
thereby the sourc of the messi
the Holy One the Almighty.
Therefore the remains of a human
bui led because every per-
son represents the tmagi of the
Almighty and simply discarding a
eon se i- Insulting the Almight)
who created that corpse in His
own image. Most communities bury
the remains of Holy book- next t.j
some revered scholar.
"OWK-j
' And Jacob went out from Beer-Sheba, and went
Hart** .--^- (Chapters XXVIII. 10-XXXII. 3)
BETH-EL: On his journey from Beer-Shcba toward Ha A
Jacob came to the city of Luz and rested for the night tSl
open air He dreamed that angels were ascending and descend*
a ladder stretching from earth towards heaven. God ap>T!*|
him and promised that the land would belong to his deeenrwl
and that he would return home under his protection On awak I
big, Jacob consecrated the stone he had used for a pUkw
renamed the place Beth El. the House of God. and vowed th I
when he returned safely to his father's house he would off
God a tithe of all he owned.
JACOB AND LABAN: Jacob reached the
Hatan where some shepherd- told him that I ', |
laughter, was coming to the well to water hei ,^,\
On her arrival, without waiting for help, he remove i the jjj
which covered the well and watered her flock. He tIi.
himself to Rachel, who quickly ran to inform hi
arrival. Jacob was welcomtd by Laban and. falling .
Rachel, undertook to work as his shepherd for si
return for her hand in marriage. Laban afire. |
Jacob into marrying hi- elder daughter Leah, using tin
that it was th< custom for the elder daughter to :. :v.arna]l
first. Jacob had no choice but to accept the situatioi
ried Rachi i also, after which he served another si vi
her. Leah and Rachel, and their handmaidens. Zilpah a I
bore him ll sons and one daughter.
JACOB RETURNS HOME: At the end of : .4 ym
Jacob wished to return home, but yielded to Laban's
n main in return for all the speckled and spottc 1 -:.
among the flock he tended. The crafty Laban, true
ture, removed all the marked sheep from his flock -
away with his sons to a distant place. Through a
Jacob defeated Laban's cunning, so thai the unl
lore speckled and spotted lambs which he Could
his own. Another -i\ sears passed by and Ja
noticing the jealousy of Laban's sons and tlie chai
ol 1 aba: he to k hi- wives, children at Lab.
was away shearing his she p, and began his |ou .
; 1 ban o\ took Jacob in the Mountain of Gili
01 theft, which Jacob strongly dei
ol the 2ii yean <>: hard toil he gave him. Laban -
both concluded a covenant of peace and Jacob ,1
continued their journey
I iiikIk ons Set Bv Cancer I nits
The Beacon I 'nit Woman's
''orps of Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
search Institute is having its an-
nual "Bring a Toy foi Migtanl
children" luncheon Thursday,
Dec. 2, ol 11:30 a.m. in Tony's
Fish Market on the 79th St.
leway. Shirley Herman, come-
dienne, will lie the speaker.
1
>. 'fit Jewish Telecraphlr Acencj I The Victory Unit will honor all
i aid-up meml ers M
luncheon, Sal Dee. I
11:30 a.m.. in '
Federal Bank I |
A short meetin -m
' y entertainment I
aid .-it the scrvasl
nusl be made t
Falke or Debbie nbenr.
fKcliqioits <_5c
'3
rvices
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. i
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiu 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
BETH DAVIO. 2626
Conjervative. Rabbi
Cantor William W.
Friday 8 p.m. Bennon
m.
SW 3rd Ave.
Sol Landau.
Lipaon 4
'When Chll-
Saiurday !*
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. I
Friday vis p m flmmon topic: "Why
Do The ftlKhteoua Suffer." followed
by Ones Shaiii.nt boated by Mr-
Haimafa Adrian in memory "<>f her
late husband, Max Adrian Satur-
day 8:46 am : Where An \\ .;..-
InajT" 4:M p.m.: "Portion ol Law."
D p.m.: The Rich) Direction"
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conaervative Rabbi Simnn
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Friday 8:fS p.m. Hebrew and Sun-
day School children, under direction
nill ronduet service and sini: [xraell
and Hebrfii dona;*, followed by oiieg
Bhabbal hpated by their paranta.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
T'r-.l.n >;!.-, pm l>r. Joseph l< N
will Dating-, Bex, and Mar-
riage In Amern-a "
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conrvative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa 11
I 11 v.'i'i p m Bei :v. "i "an IJ<>1- '
vane.. Sul'fn Saturday b:40 a.m.
Portion of the Week."
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
Clixman. 13
I TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
Friday 8 P.m. Topic: "The Most Sat-
'"'>'">.' M.....1 is The Bzperlance ..f
QivinaT and HoeiiviiiK Thanks and
Aek.muirdKomcnt." Saturday f- a m
piaouaaion of the week's Itibh- reail-
iiiR.
2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd, Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
16
HIALEAH
T!Rf JACB (Temple). 951 E.
th Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 1s
Friday g:l| p.m. T..pie: "Prayer and
I>reams Saturday 9:10 m
N0KTH MIAMI
"if^ii MOSHE CONGREGATION
o38?2-W- D""e Hwv- to"ervative.
Rabbi Joaeph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AUAJH 'SRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. 17
Bf-T" .'SJJAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel We: .. 18
BST.H JACO"- 01 Washington Ave.
Orthodox, tabbi Shmaryahu T Swir
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH F.APHAEL (Temple). 154f
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Canto- Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantvr David Conviaer. 21
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
tnodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRECA.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig- 23
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrm,n. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday g:fO p m I>r l.ehrman will
preach on: "After the Turkev
what?" Some post-Thank**! vlna: re.
II. .11, i, Saturday am "The Week-
ly Portion ..( The Bible." 10:10 .. m
Bar Mltavah: Thomas Caaaal, son of
.Mr and .Mrs .\larwin s Caaael
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
CONO. AN-NELL ~ brew Academy). 7th St. and Mend.
q" x!Ht ,Ortnod0,<- "abbi Abraham
Ben.Hillel. 25-A
iAa$2&*&. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. Mil Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Hu/,*:i5 ''.m l!a' Mltavah: Dede I
Hf-horH, dauahter of Mr. and Mm
Harold achofeL Saturday 9 am Bar
MltiyaA: Scott Miller, son ..f Mr>
' arol .Miller Rosenhera
WS*..TA|WI" t'empie). 80th St. and 1
Tatum Waterway. Conaervative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2,
Prlday 1:48 p.m Sermon topic i>.
"'" ',,.-> t., ML) Tlia ,k you!' "
0H,E.u SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. I
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. ,n I
SE.PHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
rn^0,c?^.R",bi Sadi Nhrnias. 31
COnOreGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. i~
N?2lTtc,BAyZrV*^-AGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause
way, North Bay Village. Conserve
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32.A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A?.ATH .YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserve-
J^."'m .",!"" Mii,on Schhnaky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DADE
18801 NE k.-2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph p. Kinaaley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. >
Friday S:is p.m Saturday : am
Sermon: Alone Hut t'nafranl
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Poruah. 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40 '
FridAJ 8 lu 1 in Saturday II I". am
Hat Mltsvah Carrie Chern, daughter
Ol Mi an.I Mrs Marshall fhern: .lane
Kuhini. daughter of Dr and Mis '
Jos. ph Ituhin.
FT. IAUOERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Templs MJW
land Park Blvd. Rabbi *k""'
liant. Cantor Mn- "*
----------
EMANU-EL. 3245 W 0H*M I
Blvd. Reform. Rat-bi Arthur J
rama. Cantor Jeron-.e Klemm'
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.plel 132 SE "<"'
Conservative. Raboi Morma-e
Cantvr Ernest Schreiber.
MARCATI
MARGATE JEWISH CENTS*
NW 9th St.
HAllANOAll
HALLANDALE JEW,SH.,"
Rabb. Max J. we.tz. Ca-"'' ,
Jacob Danziger. "A N e.
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave ,
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg,
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41 I
Friday si:, pm Sermon: ] am al
lleeonseiva.lox SatUrdaj B 4", a in
SURFSIDE
M0A1. DAVID CONGREGATION |
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfaide. Town I
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi laaac D. Vine
SO
HOUTWG0B
BETH EL (Temple:. iWMJJf
Reform. Rabb, Samuel J"".r
v v I '. n in
OrOUP ill eon.In '
BETH SHALOM 'l"'"l)d!?H*
roe St. Conservative "*05oM.
Malavaky. CantorJrving
SINAI (Temple^ *1 '^
Conservative. *>*>' P'tZ.
Cantor Yehuda Heiltrau".
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple. 6920 SW
Conservative.
r^aboinicitl J eu
evtstoH
r.
TO*
ram*
NOV. 8
N\. '-'8
-No\. JK
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION. BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11
th
Oh. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
i Repeater! on Cli. 2 at 5:30 P m'
Hi st: Rev. Luther C. Ph Tee
Ch. 10, 9:30 a in The Jewish Worshi
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Klngtley
Templo Sinai of North Dado
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small \
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz
'lopic: "Povvi r of the Word"


November 26, 1971
v-Jewisti florikjliiaiin
Page 11-A
u\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
;. ;\V YORK "O, wort ihou in the cold blast?" tho Robovt
|r.> !ine runs. The Cannikin test was a hot underground blast
Jd northern Island, but reaching all the way up to the
Court it showed a crack in the court's voting lineup
than the fissures opened up on the roadway at Amchitka.
pus the cultural tensions which reached to the court ten-
ovor- the continuing weapons race and over the environ-
kt The big question was: Do we want atomic weapons hard
Lgh '> risk the environment for them?
1m' wasn't the legal form: It was the social question behind
-al one. The legal one was whether the Atomic Energy
I-.: --ion (AKO had cut corners on a congressional act in
j : to make public the memoranda on possible environmental
i from Cannikin. It was a narrow question, and the court
|n : 'our to three iii refusing to order a delay. Unsurprisingly
moderate conservatives voted together as did the three
\> it HAPPENED, the blast took place without the end-of-
"iii'lit sequel which its opponents had feared. There
earthquakes, tidal w os, or catastrophic radiation,
people may now fold their tents and leave Amchitka in
no! without some absurdities. The AEC chairman,
Schlesinger, had to bring his wife and two daughters to
ik island as hostages, to show how minimal the danger
ine the turmoil of the feminists at this display ol
Population Growth group at the revelation thai the
gers have eighl children which compounds his threat
t nvironment.
. some questions remain. Granted that Cannikin didn't
' end of the environment, and granted that an open
surrounds these blasts tolerably with due process of
is the Russians do not we still have no reason to be
rground nuclear tests are better than atmospheric,
i t -is are best. If the question of on-site inspection is
the nuclear powers from a total test ban agreement,
! no longer. American technology, as a study by Sen.
1 MusklC shows, can now detect pretty much all unVr-
It tests. Let's stop the absurdities of further tests as well
I ...ly hostages.
q. q. Q
Dl BIXO THE CANNIKIN fight the Senate Juociary Corn-
had one of the two new Nixon court appointees on the
! ind the other reedy for it. If both are confirmed, the four
ourt division on the Cannikin test i Burger. Stewart.
It Blackmun as against Douglas, Brennan. Marshall! will
i i a longer-range six to three division on crucial cases,
lii: iccasional defections from one or the other camp.
illy, Lewis Powell and William Rehnquist are not two of
There is a gap between them, not so much on social
i i- on judicial temperament. Rehnquist parried the Kennedy-
h questions skillfully, pleading a lawyer-client relation to
President and Attorney General, refusing to prejudge issues
have to vote on later and promising that his main
would be to transcend his personal views. I trust he
: !- Holmes. Frankfurter. Jackson and Harlan did. But they
tarl With the kind of ideological hard-line that Rehn-
les. Where Powell, however conservative his own social
i- shown a judicial temperament, Rehnquist has not.
I'ME TWO MEN HIGHLIGHT the difference between two
U|M of conservatives. One is Powells the real concervativc
iblishrneot, with respectability and perhaps wealth over
a little like the British and French minor land-owning
st icracy. The other is Rehnquist's the upward-mobile < if
ipstart) ideological right, sharp-cutting, at once more In-
tase and more erratic than the Establishment.
Barry Goldwater, whose protege Rehnquist is, was caught
Itween the two groups in the 1968 presidential campaign, and
jettaer they boxed him in. cutting him off from i>olitical reali-
gning Lyndon Johnson romp in as victor while Goldwater
' I he would rather be purist than President. But Rehnquist
I rather be Supreme Court justice than purist.
Nixon doesn't belong to either group, but he is willing to
both and wants to join them in wedlock. He also wants to
I a third, in a kind of triad his own group of right-of-con-
ragmatists, intent on holding on to power, willing to try a
' jaunt to China if it will help him hold on. By luck and
er he will now have a Nixon court. His four appointees
I minees reflect all three groups Burger and Blackmun
n the flexible centrist, Powell for the conservative Establish-
iVhnquist for the ideological right. Could anything make
conservative lawyer-President happier?
NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL!
FOR FAST SERVICE CALL
ROSE GORDON
REALTY
444-6271
HOMES LOTS
ACREAGE TRADES
5055 S.W. 8th Street
Yehuda Levanon To Speak
At Brotherhood Breakfast
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will ho'd its regular month-
ly breakfast on Sunday at 10:30
a.m. in tJMB1'1W^*5JMSLiiuni
according to an announcement by
Martin J. Stcinei, Brotherhood
I president.
Yehuda Levanon. the temple'1:
] current Israeli-In-Residence. will
i be the guest speaker and his sub
jeet will be "Israeli Arab Conflict
Sources. Roots. Present Policy
I and Possible Solutions." Aaron
Farr is program chairman; Dr.
I Leon Kronish is the temple's spir-
I itual leader.
United Fund Volunteers
Attend Victory Dinner
Over l.OOohroVmVW* "att'iuk'T' iamUl& County*) oWtanding
Citizen of the year, and the same
year became the first recipient of
the Bill Baggs Memorial "Man of
Action" award.
Liebman Guest Of Honor At
Mesivat Women's Benefit
Dr. Seymour B. Liebman, author,
professor and columnist whose
provocative book reviews appeal
in The Jewish Flori ".an. will hi
the guest of honor at the Mesivta
Women's gourmet luncheon cele-
brating Jewish Book week at Beth
Israel Congregation, Chase Ave
and 50th St.. Tuesdaj noon.
The Mesivta Women have plan-
nod the luncheon to raise fund-
for the Mesivta High School which
prepares young men to live ;'
Porah life, tor reservations, call
Mrs. Melvin Feit.
the United Fund campaign vi :tory
Unner that took place Nov. 18 in
he Everglades Hotel and heard
Frederick E. Roach, president of
the United Fund, declare that this
year's campaign reflects the out-
standing dedication of the volun-
teers who have almost doubled
United Fund contributions in tin-
pas', seven years.
Robert II. Fite, 1971 campaign
shairman, announced that United
Fund had raised $6,303 654 or
102.5'A of its goal and handed the
numbc r one" torch, symbol of
! adcrahip to Alvah H. Chapman,
Jr., president of the Miami Herald,
who has agreed to ..orve as the
1072 general chairman.
Mr. Chapman, currently a mem-
ber of the board of trusties and
executive committee, served as
major corporate gifts chairman in
1970.
He has been active in n inj
lenl ol the Greal i Miami Cham-
Commerce and thi '
Bowl Committee. A membei of
the Downtown Miami Kiwanis
Club, he was elec pr isident of
Goodwill Industries ol South Flor-
ida, Inc In 1970: in 19S9 he was
A sad note of the meeting was
that Sidney Ansin, the campaign
chairman of seven years ago, who
was to be honored a! the dinner
for his personal service, and also
for the outstanding news coverage
given by his station, WCKT-TV,
passed away before the recogni-
tion could be given. Mrs. Sophie
Ansin a"d their son, Edmund, re-
c, ivi d the posthumous award.
Trick or Treat for UNiCEF
Success At Temple Beth Am
Mrs. Norman Hill, chairman of
"Trick or Treat for UNICEF' for
South Dade County, has sent the
U.S. commit tee for UNICEF a
check for $977.56 collected by the
nursery school children, youth
group and s' dents of the Religi-
hool ot Temple Beth Ar .
"' s, Jean < !il!i seen tarj of : he
Religious School, supervised ihe
. i ogi am, 1 his i- < he largest i on-
'i ibution in the State ol Fiti i
from an. religious group and
ot her particii atlng .; Izatlon.
PLEASE clip & save this card for future reference
and $1 DISCOUNT on first service call.
24 Hour Service-Every Day
SINGLE TIME ON SATURDAYS -SERVICE TIL NOON
ECONOMY PLUMBERS
SERVING DADE & MIAMI BEACH SINCE 1917
1616 ALTON ROAD
672-3626
373-25491
ELECTRIC SEWER CLEANING
ALTERATIONS REPAIRS CONTRACTS
ATTENTION RETAIL MERCHANTS
Announcing
A Super-Super FLEA MARKET
opening in time for Chanukah Shopping (We Hope!)
Remember the big old amateur Jai Ala. palace on U S. 1 at South West 133 Sheet? Who doesn f It s
a South Dade landmark! It towers 33 let! High has M feet ot exposure onU.S
than 19.0C0 square feel1 Thousand! ol cars cass it e erv
dav and the pct-uialun is Mill exploding1
Well, no* hear Hii.! We're concerting into a super FLEA MARKET. We're calling H "*' "
GAIN MM and ft it toint te be the hottest thine *h* happened t retail tales in South Florida.
We're renting display space to about 150 merchants, it will ^ t e eivth.ng e ei. bod> wants lo bu\
- and all at discount prices' Plus no admission c'>aige.
Crowds will come like flies to honey. Especially with this lantasnc location Righl ne>t to a jam-
packed bowling alley, and a Steak & Brew where thiongs stand m line' Across the street from i
Grand Union and 7avre s Shopping Center" There's a '00 acie home development under construction
piactically next door Location, location, location!
The store will be open for business Friday. Saturday and Sunday liom !0 A M. lo 10 P.M. Plus holi-
days. So if you already have a job. here's your chance to become a snare time merchant. And if yen
already ha.e a retail establishment you tan or,en a branch o'fice.
Put the wife and kids to work'
tat*, ft* m* -w rtb S1H r.t-rn.W. -opo.rt. So. at l.$. t an4 S.W 133 *
on S.W. 132 Street). Early fcirde got tho choice Booths! Telephone 733-5121 IfT-I1TI -
Mi-Mil.
BARRY'S BARGAIN BARN"
MOVE IN NOW PAY NO RENT TIL JAN. 1


?cge 12-A
+Jewist>nerkfian
Friday, November
26
If You Forgot Before, j Sadat Lauded Adolf Hitler, Hausner Says
Remember NowRegister
Those eligible who have not yet
registered to vote must do so bo-
fore Feb. 12. in order to be allowid
to vote in the presidential prefer-
ence primaries in March.
Qualifications to register to
vote are threefold: an eligible per-
son must bring proof that he is 18
years old., this may be done by
bringing a driver's license, draft
card birth certificate or other doc-
ument with birthdate.
Residence in Florida for one year
or more is also required, this may
be proved with year-old school or
employment identification cards or
|ett< rs one-year-old checks on lo-
cal banks, old utility bills, driver's
license with local address and year
Old date, and other year old items.
S nilW proof is required that the
person has lived in Pad*? County
s.I, months.
The following registration loca-
tions are open weekdays from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.: Main Office, Justice
Building, first floor. 1351 NW 12th
St.; Courthouse Lobby Service
Center, 73 W. Flagler St.; Cutler
Ridge flopping Center Informa-
tion Center, 20237 S. Dixie Hwy :
Concord Shopping Center Informa-
tion Center, 11337 SW 40th St.
Other offices, open only one
day a week are: Hialeah City Hall
(Tuesdays I; Miami Beach City Hall
(Wednesdays); North Miami City
Hall I Thursdays ; North Miami
Bench and Coral Cables City Halls
Fridays).
Continued from Page 1-A
identity, nut one or "Identifica-
j tion."
Jacob Stein of Great Neck. NY..
I vice president ot the United Syna-
gogue, told the convention, that
while it was "one thing to oppose
government, aid to religious schools,
' this very opposition imposes on us
the solemn obligation to provide
BREAKFAST & LUNCH
SPECIALS
SEAFOOD DINNERS
OUR SPECIALTY
EVELYN'S
REST AI RANT
7300 Rtd Road
"AM 4PM Mon. & Sat.
Dinner- Tu*.-Fri. 5- 9 P M

Discussion Group Meeting
The Great Jewish Books Discus-
sion Group will meet Thursday.
Dec. 2. in the Miami Beach PuDlic
Library auditorium, 2100 Col'ins
Ave. Max Goodman, graduate of
Teachers" Institute, Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, will lead the dis-
cussion of "Romance of the Makh-
zor" (High Holy Day prayer
book). Coordinator is San.uel
Reiser.
KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDING PARTIES
SPtCIAUZING IN NOME C All RING
AND HOTEL WORK
888-3469 and
888-3460
If No Answer Dial fifi- 400 SWALLOW DRIVE,
MIAMI SPRINGS
the wherewithal for maintaining
our schools."" The Conservative
movement maintains a chain o*
high schools and day schools
throughout the country.
Rabbi Bernard Segal, executive
president of the USA, demanded
that Israel grant "full recogni-
tion" of the religious SIJitl
Conservative Judaism f1
must recognize that in reliJ!
mentions there us only T-
ereignty the sovereill
Judaism and this calU full recognition t the stlJ
American Jews''
Ma
B SAL & MARYSH
PRIVATE CATERING
690 Wen 74th Street
823-9791
CATERS AVEDD1NGS I PARTIES
We can cater any kind of party
you care to have.
OCR OWN BAND OCR own BARTENDERS
Home Cooked 1 ood We \1jke All The I ooj We Sent'
JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
THAT MADE THE FAM01&
FAMOUS
_ _____ WORLD RENOWNED
Your Hests-
TIi* Lerners,
The Zeckermont
on I Larry Winkler
PRIVATE
DINING ROOMS
AVAILABLE
RKSTAl RANT
531-3917 871 Washington Av..,HJ.
The Studio Restaurant1
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami /
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-25
Coll For Information Before Going To The Theatre
Prim* sirloin steak ...
served Japanese style
fie/f/'ne/
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
MANNY'S RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
1670 Meridian Court
NEW DINING ROOM HEAL FOR MEETINGS
We ore proud to announce the opening of Our new dining room. The
room ii ideol for breakfasts, luncheons or dinners for groups of 10 lo
80 Reservations for weekly, monthly or annuol meetings can be ar-
ranged.
Enjoy the privacy, otmosphere ond decor of our new dining room. Ideal
also far fomily parties. For more information ond reservations co
5343441.
CLUB PARTY TIME
ia NOW at the
loader hi World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
fabulous Dining Facilities
Ferrate Ateaa os Garden*
American 4 Cantonese)
Mean at All Timea
Authentic Native Show
\eu\hJ&dc
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
M 1 ,JSI nob-h or Guiriteiai* 6B
I MS BtVWAAO
zom's
RESTAURANT
1180 S.W. 32nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33145
New authentic Greek res-
taurant, modest prices
Omner Chef m. Stilmnoudokis
FOR RESERVATIONS
\445-2818\
CATERING FOR^All OCCASIONS
2133 Coral Way 446-0879
Delicatessen Caterers Restaurant
Served 4 to 8 P.M.
ORDERS NOW BEING
TAKEN FOR
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PARTIES
Anlnthuite
Reedez-vons for
Gourmets ft Bon-vivants
PICCADILLY
Ml't JftAtrT 4
LOUMOf
35 NX 40th Street. Miami
RESERVATIONS: 7S1-1S1S
Luncheon nmM
Dinner 5 30-UJ:M
Open Sunday tor Dinner
NO
FREE BEER!!!!!!
FREE CIGARS!!!!
FREE WINE!!!!!!
FREE ANYTHING!!
I/TO WE HAVE GREAT FOOD
V L \ AT POPULAR PRICES
BX GIANT COCKTAILS
I LV AMERICANA DECOR!!!!
THE PUCE WHERE LOCAL PEOPLE OIHE AND
THE PRICE OF THE ENTREES INCLUDES ASSORTED
ANTIPASTOS. CRISP SALADS. HOT CRUSTT BREAD,
CHOICE OF POTATO OR PASTA, OLD FASHIONED
PEANUT MACHINE AT THE BAR
THE ONE AND ONLY
tt^>n JIMMY KIICSUS, r
f M ^""^At ftt Shorelen Seech ^'
ttaSWS- RESTAURANT
e free parking______ A LOUNGE
GALA RE-OPENING Of THE
ROYAL HUNGARIAN HB RESTAUI
THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 25th at 3 P.M.
731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach-Telephone 5384401
DRINKS AND NOSHERAI ON THE HOUSE

Continental TBD Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MfTZVAHS BAKWUETS UNUMITT*
At Yoer Home, Hall or Synagogue
COMPLETE TAKE-OUT FOODS HOME DELIVERY
Call far Fraa Take-Oar Brochure .,
393 BWD ROAD, Miami Phones 226-1744, 221 9094. 2
>rV*AAA*AAMAAAAAMWVWWMVWWV^AMA
L
HAROLD PONr ana iRViN CORDON
GORDON and PO\T
KOSHER CATFRERS W3
From Hors "oevres to a Complete DaWef
OPEN HOUSt WEDDINGS BAM MfTZVAHS *KtPJ'"
Under the strict supervision of the United Ksshrus Assoa '
Greeter Miami Supervising Rabbi: Rebbi Abrehem J u'"_ ^
170 NW. 5th STRKT. MIAMI 'H0Nt
U4e4A4i


Ly, November 26, 1971
+Jewisti fhciSdiain
Page 13-A
Speaks At Miami Beach Dinner
ien. Jackson To Receive
Lcademy Award Dec. 11
or Henry M. (Scoop) Jack-
be presented with the first
iiy Award" Dec. 11 at the
nual scholarship dinner ol
ater Miami Hebrew Acad-
S118-a-couple banquet is
| at the Deauville Hotel,
Louis Merwitzer, honorary
j lent of the Miami Beach
\- guest of honor.
iincement of Sen. Jackson's
H of the invitation to
at the dinner was made by
Firtel, president, and Men-
Selig, general chairman of
linner.
of the foremost champions
Slate of Israel since its in-
iii. Sen. Jackson has led the
to secure- Israel American
Kom jet fighter planes and
ultramodern, sophisticated
;. weapons to defend itself
Arab military threats.
*3iP
[your destination is
lexican Tour Operator is your
pier. Where to stay, what to
i. how to get there... Anywhere
[Mexico.
[xpert advice, at no cost to
All reservations, tours,
Jdes, itineraries... nothing left
pance... confirmed in English.
(or call) today.
He also has spoken out repeat-
edly on the oppression of Soviet
Jewry and was the keynote speak-
er at the national celebration of
Israel's 23rd anniversary last
spring in New York. Sen. Jack-
son has been in the forefront of
liberal Democratic programs for
more than a quarter of a century,
and was reelected to the Senate
by the people of the State of Wash-
ington in 1970 with more than 83',;
of the vote.
The dinner committee will meet
Sunday morning at 10 a.m. to com-
plete plans for the Dec. 11 func-
tion, expected to attract more
than 1.500 persons. Cochairmen
are Joseph H. Kanter, Herman L.
Shaw, Leonard Rosen, Ii. I. Binder
and Jack S. Popick.
Named this week as associate
chairmen are I. H. Abrams, Mayor
Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, Joseph Cohen, Mr. Firtel,
Harry Genet, Burton I. Koffman,
Charles Merwitzer, Samuel Rein-
hard, Robert Russell and Robert
Siege 1.
Oscar B. Schapiro is serving as
dinner marshall and Jacob Rifkin
is chairman of the 24th anniver-
sary celebration committee; Oscar
Mamber is chairman of the dinner
cabinet with Jerome Bicnenfeld as
cochairman.
Cabinet members are Morris
Bienenfeld, Commissioner Irwin S.
Christie, Louis Cohen, Max Deak-
ter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris Dub-
ler, Joseph Gonshor, Sam Gordon,
Dr. Donald Kass, George Kimmel
and Julius Rosenstein.
Sunday morning's meeting will
feature a tour of the new Julius J.
Rosen Junior and Senior High
School Building, being constructed
across the street from the Hebrew
Academy's main campus, 2400
Pine Tree Dr. Reservations for the
dinner may be made at the Acad-
emy office.
_ Second Ave.. Suite 1012
(305) 358-1635
Mi for ? HOTEL
TOURS in these
ZIP
Young Israel Holding
Annual Bazaar Dec. 5
Young Israel of Greater Miami
ETlsl St., North Miami1
r. ach, will hold iis annual bazaar !
at th ; Sundaj. I >ec. 5.
beginning al 11 a.m.
Lawrence Strauss i- chairman
of the fund-raising event where
a tn ill types
!i including
toys, household furnishings, cloth-
ther choice gifts will be
available al bai [air p I


' '' are proud to announce
the aquiiition of tin- Beautiful


Cram


HOTEL
", on the Ocean at 4 1 t St., Miami Beach
tke Multi-Million Dollar Oceanfront Hotel
fj ''opening! trie xirt week in December
feeing- GLATT KOSHER MEATS
un Jer @ uperrifrion
Enjoy an Evening Out Ly Combining
Fine Dining in our CORONATION ROOM
and TOP SHOWS and Dancing in our
Excitingly Different JOLSON CORNER
All Open to tne Public
For Information and Reservation*
Pkone 531-5771
SOS Recipients Receive Tickets For Holiday Meal
Thanksgiving Day will truly be given special tickets for their hol-
iday dinner.
Over 50 of the SOS recipients
donations of citizens of Miami are kosner. and,will enjoy dinner
a day of thanksgiving for the 230
Save our Seniors recipients,
thanks to the generous voluntary
Beach. Welfare recipients who are
over the age of 60 have been
*4L
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
So the government of India
more specifically, Mrs. Gandhi
to President Nixon now
claims mat the refugees them-
selves are a kind of casus belli.
Logically and morally, it is an
interesting claim. But what is
more interesting is the result-
ing practical situation.
IX ARMS, in numbers, in ev-
erything except fighting spirit,
the Pakistani army has always
been inferior to the Indian army.
Furthermore the Pakistani army
is now divided. Nearly half is
now fighting the insurgency in
East Pakistan, with what is left
defending the true Pakistani
power base in West Pakistan.
The resulting military oppor-
tunity for the Indians is. quite
simply, to kick the Pakistanis
when they arc exposed to a sharp
boot to the groin. It is just here,
moreover, that the Soviets have
entered the picture. In public
in Delhi, they have been preach-
ing peace and restraint.
WHAT THE Soviets have said
in private to Indira Gandhi, no
one knows. They have had
plenty of opportunity to whisper
in that virtuous ear, since high-
level Soviet missions have been
continuously succeeding each
other in New Delhi.
Soviet arms have also been
pouring into India on a very
big scale. Finally, the Soviets
have signed a treaty with Mrs.
Gandhi and her Indians that
gives a crucial but tacit guar-
antee against the Chinese Com-
munists.
THE INDIANS hate the Pak-
istanis. They are desperately
l of the Chinese, who are
allied with the Pakistan's. A
few years ago, the in Hans woul \
n< n r have dared to attack the
tnnis for ft ar ol Drompl
and devasting Chinese Inl i \ n-
tion. Bui thai was before thi
u j | uildup on
the < hinese frontii r.
The Chinese, in turn, deeply
.. ar that the Soviet frontier
bui! lup may mean their own
nuclear castration. Thus they
cannot threaten the Soviets' new
Indian clients without giving the
Kremlin the ideal pretext tor
an attack.
so they have not moved a
muscle or a battalion.
Indira Gandhi, meanwhile, has
been dining out with leaders
around the world, expatiating
on her own love of peace. But
the Indian deployments for an
attack on Pakistan began before
Mrs. Gandhi left India.
IT DOES not seem accidental,
either, that her return to New
Delhi has coincided with the be-
ginning of the dry season in
northern India. The dry season
is, in fact, the fighting season.
Indira Gandhi will have to
pay a price to the Soviets, of
course. On a miniature scale,
one must expect the Soviets to
gain in India a position some-
what comparable to what they
have in Egypt.
ABOVE ALL, the Soviets will
pretty surely get naval and air
bases on the Indian Ocean.
Realistically, this may seem
worth it to Mrs. Gandhi. The
Internal mess in India is ghast-
ly. The country may be united
behind her, if she kicks her
neighbor successfully in the
groin. As a Soviet client, in
fact, she may ha%-e a better
chance of survival than she
would otherwise have. But let
us not prate and pray about
what she is up to.
at the Royal Hungarian Restau-
rant. The others will have their
dinner at Hoffman's Cafeteria
where a full course "turkey and
trimmings" dinner will be served
throughout the day.
I n addition to the si
Thanksgiving dinner, SOS
tnts will be receiving their month-
ly home delivery of food or will
be rating three hot meals a
it Hoffman's Cafeteria.
Save Our Seniors provides
clothing and holiday recreation
lor senior citizens who have
certified by the state or co
welfare departments.
MR. & MRS. CHAS. ACKERMAN
'Now At The KOSHER
ON THE OCEAN 20th to 21 St STREET, MIAMI BEACH
'63
"pet **tk
per penor
doub'e oc<
to Det 1!
INCLUDING
GLATT KOSHER
FOOD SERVED
4 TIMES DAILY
Breakfast
Mid-Day
Coffee & Cake
Deluxe Dinner
Tea & Cake in
the Evening
25 of 180 rooms
MIAMI BEACH'S GREAT 0CEANFR0NT KOSHER HOTEI
? Olympic Salt Water Pool TV in Rooms
Chaise Lounges & Mats Ample Parking on
Premises Resident Mashgiach on Premises
Planned Entertainment & Activities Supervised
by our Social Stall Synagogue on Piemises
* Counsellors During Holiday Season
Your Host the BERK0WITZ Family'
for Reservations Phone a\N^
_________531-0761
NEW YEAR HOLIDAY SPECIAL
All Rooms at This Rate Any 10 Days Dec. 17 to Ian.
1i I 0\J INCLUDING GLATT KOSHER MEALS
J
SCHECHTER'8
wm
STRICTLY
KOSHER
HOTEL
GLATT
OO daily
per person
double occ.
12 of 157 Nov. 23 to
Rooms Dec. 19
INCLUDING MEALS
HEATED POOL
Sandy Beach Free Parking
Strictly Kosher Gourmet Meals
Sugar, Salt & Fat Free Diets
Fully Air Conditioned & Heated
TV & Radio In All Rooms r
Planned Entertainment
Daily Services In Our
Oceanfront Synagogue
Entire oceanfront block 37th to 38th St. MIAMI BEACH
DINING ROOM OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC
For Reservations or Information^
_____Phone 531-0061
Let Us Arrange Your Function!
Our expert catering staff will prepare
your Luncheon, Meeting. Afternoon
or Week-end liar \fitzvahs.
\nou tAltout ^Dinner at Waldman J C'onignt.
Waldman
HOTEL
Call Morris Waldman
lor an ar'Cointment.
538-5731
DIETARY LAWS
m
SUPERVISION
tON THE OCEAN AT 43rd ST.
THE HEART
ra/lr^^* Supr.b Living I
/5fj with Iht line it fjctliries and icryJcci
lA
Mexico City 518 0110
Mexico City Telex: 01772 670
200 De!ue outside rooms ... all
with private hy'.i and shower. Res-
tjunnt Cocktail Lounge Coffee
Shop Purified wafer in every room
Beauty Parlor Gift Shop Solari.
um Motor Lobby free parking
for hotel guests.
Reset*! your hotel accommodations in Mnici
City, Acapulco and Guadalajara by American
[press Space Bank or Mexico City office: Hotel
Ambassador, Humioldt 38, Mexico, D.F.
ote
Jl
mbassador
30 HUMBOIDT STREET. MEXICO CITY -
O" "in lock ltm W'.i 4 Iffmi 11*4
rAcapulco.
rVlJXICO
CAN BE INEXPENSIVE, TOO
Budget minded vacationists like our location
overlooking Acapulco Bay, our charm, friend-
liness, and, best of all, our 'year round' budget
rates.
Get complete details.
Write for colorful'brochure and current rates.
Restrtc your hotel accommodations in Mlikl
City, Acapiico and Guadalajara by American
Express Space Bank or Mexico City office: Nottl
Ambassador. Hunboldt 31, Meiicf, I.F.
Mexico City 518 0110
Mexico City Telex: 017-72-678
^^ hotel
lamp
. Cine Ti Acapiico... and come live I little
CO


Page 14-A
* Jfcris# fkrJcfKnr
Friday, November M
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
A Unique Tax Problem
A CHANCE REMARK OX income tax during a
*^ recent Israel broadcast has led to a lively con-
troversy in the country- as to whether the kibbutz
movement is carrying its full shan
| ->f the tax burden. The question
had been raised many times in the
past, but this time it has been 800-
I jeeted to a thorough airing.
The critics of the kibbutz make
I the following case: Because of the
collective nature of the kibbutz
each settlement pools its income
and expenses for the whole body,
and then strikes an average per Individual mem-
ber. This brings down the average, so that the gross
annual "wage" with which each member is credited
is low. This d. feats the whole principle of progres-
sive income tax
It is as if five industrialists and five ditch dig-
-. living in the city, decided to pool their joint
annual income, and then each one would have to
pay income tax only on the average for each of the
; n. This, of course, they are not permitted to c'o,
and so entrepreneur industrialists and business men
remain in the high brackets.
The kibbutzim do have their industries, and
they have become I ig business. The almost L'O.I
factories owned by kibbutzim had sales exceeding
30 million tone] p annis la-t year, and their ability
to water down the tax chaise among all the mom-
ben not only reduced their share in support of the
government bu. get. but also put them in a highly
favorable competitive position with private Indus-
try. Little wonder that they hope to double their
sales in the next few yean.
To be sure there are some poor kibbutzim, but
there are manj wealthy ones as well. They had
their difficult days, but SO did everybody else in
Israel. It is not fair that they have this tax advan-
tage over city dwellers.
The kibbutz is quick with its reply. Equality
of all its memben \a a principle of bask ideology,
and the kibbutz was not set up to cheat income
tax, as tii critics make it sound. Furthermore, the
100.000 kibbutz members constitute only 3..V, ot the
population. *o their total would not amount to very
much anyhow.
It may b,- that tax payments assessed against
kibbutz members are lower than the national aver-
age, but there are specific reasons. For one thins,
no kibbutz has earners In the high brackets, like
bankers, contractors, etc. Furthermore, many kib-
butzim are new. young, holder settlements with
little net income at all. Many of th m are still be-
ing supported by public funds, because they nil a
national security function.
One should also not forget that agriculture is
still the major element in the kibbutz economy, and
nobody can Claim that the farmers in Israel are
making big money.
Finally, the kibbutz isn't cheating at all. The tax
law established by the Knesset ha< di termined how
taxe< should be paid, and the kibbutzim are obeying
the law.
Obviously, neither side is going to convince the
other. So long as kibbutz members continue to play
a key role in the political and party life of Israel
there i- little likelihood that the law will be changed.
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Still No Secure Borders
AT THIS SKASON WHEN the news columns are over-
*^ flowing with plans for President Nixon's projected
trips to Peking and Moscow, with the shock of Taiwan's
ouster from the United Nations, and with
the aftermath of the Senate revolt on
American foreign aid. hopes for gaining
even a few halting steps towards ]>eace
in the Middle East are dim.
Both China and the U.S.S.R. want
the Arab states as their clients and
trade |>artners. For China this is a pe-
ripheral matter, but for Russia, the de-
sire to win Arab favor with the hope of
on into Africa's awakening lands has long been on public
view. Accordingly. President Nixon's conversations with
Chinese and Russian leaders may will turn out to be
strong lobbying efforts against Israel at certain points of
the agenda.
Israel's vote to push Taiwan out of the UN. may
please China; but Middle East watchers shouldn't forget
that State Secretary Rogeis. in the course of trying to
line up support for Taiwan, is reported to have hinted to
Israeli Minister Abba Eban that if Taiwan were to be
ousted, the same fate might befall other smaller princi-
palities. Secretary Rogers said at the time he could think
of ten nations "that would be on the list in the future."
And the dramatic Senate rebellion against continuing
c'tain forms of foreign aid may well be reflected in at
hast two Middle Kast considerations: first, the UN. is
said to be running out of money for Arab refugees now
estimated at 1% million; second, the foreign aid package
unsettled by the Senate rebellion included nearly S3 bil-
lion in military assistance credits for Israel.
In light of these developments. Egyptian Vice Presi-
dent Hussein Shafei's recent declaration that 800 0JO
Egyptian troops are ready to cross the Suez Canal for a
-h iwdown with Israel contributes little to prospects for
[x ace.
Our Him Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
'QB VIP Begins Production
(Copyright (.1 l!'7l Jewish Telegraphic Acencyl
TIIK NEW NOVEL "QB VII." deals with a trial
of a medical doctor, Dr. Adam Kelno, a Pole
who had performed experimental sexual operations
( n Jewish inmates in the extermi-
nation camp of Jadwiga. escapes
from the Nazis and surrenders to
the Americans in Italy. Completely-
cleared of war crimes. Kelno be-
comes a highly honored physician
in the United Kingdom until a
Jewish survivor. Abe Cady. points
out his crimes against humanity.
in one line of Ins concentration
camp account. 'Holocaust."
While the characters in the book by Leon Uris
are fictitious, we are told. Abe Cady is the author's
mouthpiece, revealing the actual facts of a law-
suit brought against him for libel by a Polish con-
centration camp doctor in an English court. Ameri-
can-born Leon Uris. of course, has not been in a
camp. Two-thirds of the book deals with the court
proceedings and the awful dilemma of a man who
ha* to choose between his own security and the
plight of humanity. Screen waiter Ldward Anhalt
is eminently acquainted with court proceedings.
having written "The Huston Strangler" and the
still unproduced English-language featun based on
the "Sacco & Vanzetti" trial 'an unrelated Italian
movie dealing with the alleged miscarriage of Jus-
tice has been released most recently).
As to "QB VII." a film to illuminate both tides
of the '.>,in. it will be a first in many ways. Leonard
Goldberg, the 35-year-old vise president in charge
of production for Screen Gems reveals, the Uris
epic will be made to run live to six hours, possibly
one hour each television time for five to six days
consecutively. Eventually, the monumental film
will reach the theatre screen, but not before the
vast network audience has seeen it as one solid unit.
Goldberg says that "unlike the motion picture me-
dium, television offers unlimited time to the telling
of a story. With this opportunity, we'll be able to
richly and fully visually translate the story of
QB VII."
Production of the film is expected to begin next
Mar -h. with location shooting in Ixjndon and LsraH
during 1972. Doug'as S. Cramer formerly with
Pa-amount Television in Hollywood, has famed
Screen Gems as ex eutive pi-oduoer of "QB vn"
for ABC-TV'r Circle Films. No Casting has been
announced till now.
one of -a
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B^Uk.
New and Old History
JIIK CHAUVINISM and political orknlM
Israel's mass media has succe from their renders the roles, other th,
played by Am. ri.
before an i du
Libei ation.
When Leonai 1 Slat.
Pledge iPo:ket B
pea.v.! in i70 in a H,
lation. the re\
ing Israeli pap
aetivitki of American j,-,"
tween 1946 and : 149 r vr
Planes and other war materials fo th
were unknown. Even Jerusalem's M
lek (who was then in America I and \
Yitzhak Rabin have admitted that they Knew,
1114 ol the valiant underground activities
American Jews and a few Christians
went to jail.
Few Floridians know of tin act
faffer, Danny Cravitt, Ben Giller, i!v Scfca1
Bob Sprung, Isaac Fryd and Leo Gardner ..
men. together with others, work.
remained unsung until Leonard Slat r compi^
lxK)k based upon three ycara of I
ble Invt stlgation of the efforts of th sc who)
to see that the new State d:d not die aborning.
The story is ?uspenaefu] and told with ntf
ous attention to detail. Many wen lefl
11 her because tb< y so wished or because tin:. J
discrepancies In information. The book caiia-di
to comment. I am proud to be an AmericanJ
and has created sympathy and undenu
among non-Jews.
The Second Jewish Commonwealth
Foscphu*, edited hy Nahum Glat/er lS*b
94.50), i- the account of the period fromUm*
bean Rebellion, 168 B.r.E.. t.. the Judeo-Ra
War. 'it>-70 C.E.. Josefthus was t :
mand r of th. forces in the Galilei uhodcfwe(
the Romans. !! wrote, in Greek
between 75 and 93 C.E. Despite son
errors in dates, and numen us tt
is Invaluable as a source for know' vo.'n.rj
gion and history, Glatzer has added explantu
footnotes, a chronological summary, and ;u
through the lx> k.
The n ivl Press has publish I 1 net* tffl
Tin o lor Herzl's The Jewish State with anintra
tion by Joseph Adler (95.00). The new tank,
by Harry 2otffl and a hard cover makes UK I
an excellent gift for those who know little of|
birth of political Zionism by its putative atbtJ
great dreamer.
Capital Spotlight: By JOSEPH
Yugoslavia's Stance]
XMJl III RKSPECT TO ISRAEL. V islavis'
stance is no less destructive than th So
ing little substance to give. Tito has ovided
est diplomatic support to both Nass< r and Sadat
activities in the United Nations d
Arab leader hi Id- Cairo's esteem and ti
Hie Tito policy '" the Middle East <-
on his ile. ]> personal friendship with
For km Ministry opposed severing r. itions *
but Tito, being Tito, prevailed Bui I
discussion caused Yugoslavia to becon* lie W
Pastern Eui tncan states to make the
Six-Day War. Rumania is the nununW
which has consistently maintained re! lU'h
Yugoslavia's ties with the Arah
and opportunistic. Besides his d "'".
visi >n ol .1 "third fore" between th
Russia nourishes Yugoslavia's sen- 0! "' '
portance. Economical I v. Yugoslavia*
Arabs are w. ak an' costly. The P rtlB* *Jl
mercc reported that iu latest data show tMl
Yugoslavia's .ri:t- to th. Aim' j
.' .7', 01 its total oc less than SiO million. Its imiJ
them aggregated :i..V, or under $75 ani i"n (
of the t a l was with Egypt. Yugoslavia
cotton from Egypt in return for lpT
cultural hand tools. The other An. > '"un
exported fruits to the Yugoslav-. f. ^
Under Tito. Yugoslavia has never u doell
as a nati.nal political t.M>l although ant
[-.y-lllil'-
,-, ,1 without
V|l(os!av1
in areas of .Slovenia and Croatia e\
ence of Jew. Before Hitler's Invasion.
r ended vrithWl
half "I
about 7.">.(0 Jews. When the war
Means triumphant, 12.000 remained ***"*-
soon migrated, mostly to Israel. Monunvm
I(J,n*
like the aiicient S>oajCffltf in Jew Street 1 ^^m
the great synagogue in Sarajevo, built > j
the Spanish Inquisition, are govemmeiit-' Wj^J
of Yugoslavia's patrimony is an illununa e ^i
marvel ol art. that the Serbs kept '"ld,"nsh Ji:,, **
ns who desperately sought it. Bui Jew
ntalned bi a pathetically small conaemvi-
mans
ma


November 26, 1971
+Jewist)fk)rktian
UGAI NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
I.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
|ii-: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
|,l.-r.-.imi-- ,- under tin- fictitious name
l--. 101. FASHIli.N'S at2089 X \V.
, Miami, Florida Intend u
.,: name with the Clerk ol
I nil Court of Dade Count),
oNELIA ROQUE
roMASA RAMIREZ
ll<:.-i2-in-j>i
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encage
In business under the fictitious name
of REGAL HOU8BWARES at Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of ti. circuit Court of
JJad.i County, Florida
IvOKKRT J. liAIINi:
ll '3-12-19 28
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
r^oRIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4725
,CRANK B. DOWLING)
(OTICE TO CREDITORS
. ..stale ol
[;: 1SBN8TOCK
K......
ii. and All Persona Ilav- ,
rus .'i Demands' Against Said]
vr hereby notified and ra- |
I present any claJma and de- :
..huh you may have against !
... ..( OSIOS 1 it >SKXSTUCK |
i lute of Dade County. Flor-
in.- County Juda.es of Had.-
:md rile tlia same In dupll-
id a*- provided in Section 738.-
Iridn Statute*, In their offices
County t'ourtlioti.se in Dade
Florida, within six calendar
from the time of the first
Ion hereof, or Iha same will
.1
ill .Miami. Florida, this 3rd
.'ovember, A.D. 1971.
JACK ROBEX8TOCK
As Executor
publication of this notice on
duj of November, 1971,
iiKP & BADER
for Executor
i -in Road
1'.,.,. h. Florida
11/12-19-28 12-3_
NOTICE OF ACTION
JNSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
ML ACTION NO. 71-21481
ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
that
la-en
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 71-14825
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE The .vi.n i lage Of:
ANTONIO UEOROB8. huxbaud
and JEAN GORGES, wife.
TO: JEAN GEORGES
I4!i Baal ^n<\ St.
Brookl) n. New V'ork 11203
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
a Dissolution of Marriage has
tiled against you, and you are her.
bj required to serve a copy of your
answer .>r other pleading to the
Petition on the Husband'* attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
MM X W. 17lh Avenue. .Miami. Flor-
ida 33125, and file the original with
the clerk oi the above styled Court
on or In-fore the in day of Decem-
ber, 1971. or a Default will >.. en-
tered agalnsl you.
DATED this l' day of November, '
E B, LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY: C. P. COPELAND
ii Ircull Court Seal)
11 '3-l2-19-2
UGAL NOTKf
.I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4785
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in rtE: Estate of
JACOB MH.i.-Hi:
Dec.-used.
To Ail Creditors and All Persons Rav-
ine Claims or Demand-. Attains! Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whi.-h you may nave agalnsl
the estate of JACOB MILLER de-
ceased ite of Dade County. Florida
to the county Judges of Had- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 738.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tne i ouniy i ourthouae In Hade coun-
ty. Fonda, within six calendar
months from the time of the find
publication hereof. ..i. s:,n. w.|ii
in- hatred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of November. A.D. i!'7i
CLAIRE SARANGA
_, Ah Executrix
I-list Publication of this notice on
the 19th day of Nov l"7i
JOSEPH SCHMIEK
Attorney for Estale
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla
11. 19-26 12 S-1U
M VRIA AILE8,
I
UI.F.S, ,ii: ,

[JIES AILES, JR.
I > Swealioro Avenue
ll boro, New Jersey 08027
IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ncllon lor Hissoiuii......i
l.as been filed agalnsl you
ure required to nerve a copy
11 i itten dd,uses, if any, to It
t>\ ARD F. II.I.MAX. attorne)
.iioii.-r, whose address i- 300
Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
the original with the clerk of
ve styled court on or before
i i ".tli. 1971: otherwise a de-
|lll hi entered agalnsl you tor
i demanded in Uie complaint
lion.
t shall be published once
in four consecutive weeks
JEW ISII KI.OIMHIAX.
ESS my hand and the seal
nurl al .Miami, Florida on this
ii S'orember, I ; 71.
II LEATHBRMAN.
* c l.-rk. Circuit Court
i 'ounty, Florida
It) : I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
1 --nit Seal)
ICES i >F
I' ll [.CRN'S
I'llman
It, .1
Ii, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol PAI..M PATIO BAR *i PACKAGE
si o|;c: at 1316 N.W. 27th Avenue.
Miami, Florida intend to register -aid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court ol Hole County, Florida
RICHARD Kill A
MORTON SCHWARTZ
SANFORD II KRAMER
Attnrnej for Richard Kulln ami
Morton Schwarta
11 12-19-26 12-3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARM \s BROTHERS PAINTING
COMPANY nl 3300 N W 23rd Ave-
nue, .Miami, i-'i.i intend to register
s.nd name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court oi Hade County, Florida
ROINER ARMAS
0RB8TE I! ARMAS
11 12-19-26 12-3
I
r
'iu.....-i
11/12
ii-26 12-3
ft COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'and for dade county.
Floridain probate
Ne. 7V4771
iPRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:,- of
t !: I: \\ i: IN .MAX
I
lor* and All Pel 1 on- I lav-
's or Demands Agaiusl Said
hereby notified ami re-
-.cut any claims and de-
bich you may have agalnsl
Hi ol FLORENCE K. WEIN-
eased late of Hade Count)',
to the County Judges of
unty, and file the same in
and as nrovided In Section
Florida Statutes. In their of-
the County Courthouse In
I unty, Florida, within six cal-
I'Mha fn.ni the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
" barred,
"I al Miami. Florida, this 9th
November, A.D. 1971.
MADBLTN (!. SAUL
As Executrix
I'liblliation of thin notice on
1 day of Nov., Is71
"1I.LMAN
1 tor Ratals
ham Hide Miami. Fla
ILa2-19-26 li. .1
[HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
1 AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 71.4597
(BLANTON)
Mate of
I'l-: RADBR FEI.i.exr.um
il.
editors and All Persons \ln\-
liainia or Demands Agalnsl Said
1. hereby notified and re-
present any claims and de-
h" h you may have against
J"tl te of Til.I.IE RADER FEI.-
u M dej 1 -I.....I lute of Hade
Florida, to the Cbunty
"l Dade County and file
panie in duplicate and as pro-
Be< lion 7:::: 16, Florida Bfnt-
Jiti their oific.-s in the County
1 In Had.- County. Florida.
six calendar months from
I'""' of the first publication
|'eOr the same will be barred.
V"' nt Miami, Florida, this Hub
F November, ah. 1971.
I.*1, Publication of this notice on
'ay ..r November, 1971.
HH..HA F. TAJ EN
"ecutrlx n| ii,,. Estate of
"' RADER PELLENBAl'M,
Dec
fc 'I' MAER
'' "< of Tillic P.ader
"'"". Dei d
Building
1 in 33136 11 12-19-M If I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.4695
NOTICE TO CnEOITORS
In RE; Estate of
sa.mi 'BL \\ i:i.i.iscii
I leceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
the estate of SAMIKI. W Kl.l |8H
deceased lute Of Hade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Count) ami file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7:13 -
16, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the t'ouuty Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
nioir.ii- from the time of the first
publication hereof, nr the same will
be baited
Dated .' Miami. Florida this 2nd
day of Vov.mbcr. A.D. 1971
KI'RT WKI.I.Isi'll
Rl >SK SCHREIOELL
A- Executors
First I'libii.iu......1 this 1......e on
the 12th day of November, 1 :>T1
KI'RT \\ KM ISi'H
At tome) for Kurt (S elll> 1 Ii ami
Rose Schreiden
Co Elxecutoi'H
167 Almerla Avenue
Coral Cables. Florida !IS134
II 12-19-36 12-3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-21552
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IX RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CLYDE Rl'SSELL, JR., Husband
and
TERRY ANN Rl'SSELL. Wife.
TO: CLYDE RITSSELL. JR.
Ii" Battery, 7th I'.n.
2nd Aitlller)
a. p.o. stiaoi
Ser. No. 115782683
Vou. CLYDE RUSSELL, JR., nre
hereby notified thai Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed naaiust you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or pleading to the Petition on
Petitioner's attorney, SOL ALEX-
ANDER, ESQ.. 19 W. FlagleX Street,
Suite :]I7. Miami. Florida, 331.10 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
- cult Court on or before the I7th day
lot Deo.. 1971. If you tail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
. aealnst y.-u for the relief demanded in
I the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
1 each week for four consecutive vveeki
i In THE.IEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami.
Florida, this :,tb da) of Xov A l>
1971.
1: 1: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
H\ I! M KISSKK
Deputy ci.-rk
(Clrcuil Court Seal!
11 12-19-26 12-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION 71-22070
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in RE: Tin- Marriage of
ICI.IO GONZALEZ, Husband
and
EDFARUA GONZALEZ, Wife
TO: BDUARDAOONZALEZ
Residence Unknown
You, EDt'ARDA OONZALEZ, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has 1.....11 filed
agalnsl vou. and you are required to
-erve a copy of your Answer ..r Plead-
ing to the Kin of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. sEYMOCR m
i.itm.w. 1401 Wesi Flagler Streetj
Miami. Florida. 8.1135 Phone: ML'-
4811 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
23rd day of December, 1971. 11 you
fall 10 do .so. Judgment bj default
ill be tak.-n agalnsl you for the
relief demanded in lb. Kill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
''"',..I"'1' '''"' f"UI" consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII 11 OKIHIAV
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Honda, this 12th day oi November
A I >. I !'71.
E Fl LEATHBRMAN, clerk,
t ireuit Court. Dade Countv Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SEYMOUR M. HITMAN
Mm West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida n::i :".
Attorney for Plaintiff
Phon. 842-481 I
11 19-26 12 :',i"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-21110
NOTICE OF SUIT
>f
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV re the
man lage of
RAYMOND PERKINS, Husband
and
ISI'TI! PERKINS, Wife
TO: RUTH PERKINS
I'd -14 Farmers Blvd.
Hollls, i.u.....ns
New York
YOU lil'TH PERKINS
notified that a Petition -
lion of Marriage has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to I
the Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
tllTs Attorney, MYRON B. HERMAN '
ESQCIRE, 212E Blsoayue Boulevard
Miami. Florida 88137, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the cbrk of the Circuit
< ouri on or before 7 day of Decem-
ber, 1971. If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
f.ou "" reUe' demanded in the
Hill ol Cnmplalnt.
This notice shall he published one
''a',,\\"'l; ''"' f"UI' eonsccutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDTAN.
B,iNB ,AX" ORDERED at Miami. I
Florida, this 1 day of November, A n
are hereby
of Dissolu-
1971.
E, K. LEATHER3IAN, Clerk
1 ireuit Conn
Hade County. Florida
By: O. M. WOODARD
Deputy Clerk
It IrOMll Court Seal)
11 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
o.'.1" I? SSSf ""' HcUtloUs name of
R ft It CUBAN TILE al 1368 N.M
-' street. .Miami. [Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk
the circuit Court of Had
I- lorlda
RAIMUNDO II CASTEI.I.AMis
vni'.y'il1-1^"" '' UA8TKLLANtS
MARX IN Rl ISS FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Raimundo J. Castellanos
and Raimundo ll. Castelli.....s
11 19-86 12 ::-m
of
1 'ounty.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3830
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
BEATRICE FISK
I c eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inn Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have ngninxl
the .slat..... BEATRICE FISK de-
ceased late of Broward County, Flor-
ida, io the Count) Judges of Had.
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7:::: -
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse 111 Had. Conn
ty, Florida. within si\ calendar
months tiom the tune of the first
. publication hereof. ,,1 the same will
be bailed.
I'ai.-d at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of 1 icloher, A.I' 1971
8 STANLEY C. MY El IS
As Admlnlstratoi
First publication of this notice Oil
1 the r, ilny of November, ls7i
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER.
LEVINSON ft KEMN
Attorney for Stanle) c Mvers, Adm
1 1150 S \V 1st SI.
.Miami. Florida
II 3-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4849
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in HE: Estate of
'I.AIItE DORFMAN
I teceased.
To All Creditors and All Per..,.,,. Hav-
ing 1 hums or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands whi.-h you may have against
the estate, of CLAIRE hohi-'man
deceased lale of Hade Counlv, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade coun-
ty, and file the sain.- in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
tv. Florida, within six calendar
months from the ilme of the first
publication hereof, or the same uill
be bane.I.
Hated at Miami. Florida.
day 01 November, A H 1971
SAMUEL S BRl >\\
As Executor
l-irsi publication of this
Ihe ll'th day of November II
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-21134
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOHN J, UOONEY
ami
l.oRit A1XE1 '< 111 n 1: v f
TO: I.okhaini: COONEY
1"" Locust Lane
-Mays landing, New Jersey
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action f,,r Dissolution of
Marriage has 1.....n filed against you
and you are required to serve' a
copy of jour written defenses, if anv,
to it on IRVINO k. DUNN, attorney
mi- Petitioner, whose address Is 4ifi
Blsi-ayne Kuildinn, is West Flintier
Street, Miami. Florida 83130. .....I tile
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court mi or before Dec
l". 1971; otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the rellel de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH r'LORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the Real
ol said court at .Miami, Florida on
(his 1 day ol Nov.. 1971.
E. K. LEATHBRMAN,
As Cbrk, Circuit Court
Hade Counlv. Florida
By: R. M. RISSEE
As n.-putv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
DUNN and JOHNSON, PA.
116 Kisciiync Buildillg
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Petitioner
11 S-12-I9.it
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4722
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate o.'
IRVINO A. MEYERSON
1 teceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You at-.- hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands winch you may have against
(he estate of IRVINI1 A. MEYER-
SON, deceased lat. of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges ol
Had. County, and file the same ill
duplicate and as provided In Section
783.16, Florida statutes, in their of-
fices 10 the Counts Courthouse in
Dude County. Florida, within
SIX
of
ihe
(his
9th
noti
7!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
LA ESTRELLA CHICHABRITAS,
I \ ESTRELLA MAI.AN'HA and I.A
ESTRELLA VAITIA CHIPS at 816
Congress Bldg., Miami. Dad.. Florida
intend- to register said name) with
the clerk of the Clrcuil court of Dade
County. Florida
THE STAR DOMINICAN PRODl'CTS,
INC
Bj Thomas It. Llerena,
Resident A gen I
in 2 11 5-12-U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-18011
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
THE MARR1AHE OP
SAXDRA OTVIDEN, Wife
and
MARION scott QIVIDEN,
Husband
TO: MARION SCOTT QIVIDEN
BOX 101
Sulphur, Kentucky
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed agalnai you
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any, to
it on stone & SO8TCHIN, attorneys
for Petitioner, whose address is 101
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk 01
the above styled court on or before
December 11, 1971: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published on,,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and Ihe seal
of said court at Miami, Florida 011
this :: day of November, 1971
i: 11 LEATHBRMAN.
As 1 'Ink. Circuit Court
1 )ade Counlv. Florida
B) As Deput) Clerk
(Clrcuil Courl Seali
David E Stone, Ran
STONE A BOSTCHIN
l"i N.W 12th Ave
Miami, Florida SS130
Attornei i"i Pi titloner
ll/5-f2-19-26
TALIANOKK AND BADER
Attorn. \ for Executm
i.'n Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla
11 in-:'; 12 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND'FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4843
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RE: Estate o|
' Mi IRRIS lit IR1VITZ
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons llai -
Ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You an hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
Ihe estate of MORRIS HoRwiTZ de-
ices sed late of Dade County. Florida,
io the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
land as provided in Section 733.1(1,
! Florida Statutes, in their office- in
1 the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
pubicntion hereof, or ihe same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, (his 9th
day of November, A.D. 1971
FANNIE HORWITZ
As Executrix
Fii-si publication of this notice on
the 1 Setli day of November, 1 71
ZEV W. Kocax
Attorney for Fannie llorwltz
^S!i 11/19-26 I-' 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4513
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES POLLACK
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
Ihe .stale ot en.\m.ES POLLACK
de, eased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County .Indues of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7:":.
16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, uithm six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 9th
day ol .\"i ember, A 11 1971
SOPHIE Pi ILL M'K
As Administratrix
l-'irsl publication of ibis not
lb. 19th da> "1 November. 1971.
PHILIP I'.l l H i\l
Attorney for Bstate
SB West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 3313"
n 19-26 I2/J-10
lend.ir months from thi
the first publication hereof,
sain.- will be barred
Haled at Miami, Florida. Ibis 3rd
day of November. A.D, P.i71
HARRY B. SMITH
IK >SE H' i< IDMAN
As Hx.ouiois
In i publication of this notice on
the 5th day of November, 1971,
SMITH. MANHI.EI;, SMITH &
PARKEK
Attorneys for Executors
47 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 11130
11 5-12-19-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
oasis AIR CONDITIONINfl INC. at
771 S.W. ISth Ave., .Miami. Fla. In-
tend to register said name with the
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court of Hade
lounty, Florida.
ROBERT) i SUAHEZ
ol.HA SI'AREZ
RAMON FERNANDEZ
11 5-12-1! I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under llie fictitious name "f
CASIANO RESTAURANT EQUIP-
MENT nl 111! S.W Kill Avenui Mi-
aim. Florida intends to register said
ii....... with the ci.-rk of the circuit
i "ourl of I lade County, Florida
l-'l.i HIIP V C( iFFEE Slli 'I'
RE.MODEI.INO, INC,
II .'.-12-19 26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
INTERIORS I NI.IMITEH at 186 Bllt-
more Way. Coral Cables. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
cbrk of the circuit Court of Hade
County. Floi Ida
INTERIORS UNLIMITED, INC.
By: Petel Hlll-ell, Plesi.lelll
KURT WEl.l.lscil
Attorne) for Interiors Unlimited, Inc.
II r.-IJ 19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEX that
the undersigned, deslrrng to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
MAHIHI COMPANY and MAHl'DI
LIMITED nl 111 X E. 2nd Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intend to register said
names with the clerk of Ihe Circuit
Courl of Hade Count)', Florida.
SHAH JANAK NAROTANDAS
11 1^-I!'-Jii 12-3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3812
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MORRIS PRESS
I teceased
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
Ipk Claims or Demands Against Said
I-., tale:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present .mi claims and de-
mands which \mi may have against
the estate of MORRIS PRESS d#-
ceaaed late of Dad.- County, Florida,
to the Couniy Judges ot Dade Coun-
ty, and fib- the same in duplicate,
and as provided in Section 73S.le.
Florida Statutes, in their offices (n
tin Count) Courthouse In Had.- Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of ihe first
publication hereof, or the same \i III
be barred
Hated al Miami. Florida, this 88(h
da) ol k-tober, A 11. 1971.
I.II.I IAN PRESS
Hi i.N \1 H PRESS
As Executors
Pirsl publication of this notice on
tin 5lh any of November. 1971.
SHERWIN STAUBER, ESQ.
Attorne) t it Executors and
Bstate "f Morris Press
::.-.n Lincoln Ril.
Beach, Florida
11 3-12-19


Page 16-A
+Jeisti Fk>rkti&n
Friday, November 28
rfc*
NORTON
TIRE CO.
NORTON^
SAFETY
CENTER
\r>
:s ;
* n
' ... ^' I'M, .."".?? "
"frj*: v-.v **::.:%
>"$*JW0:
WEST HOLLYWOOD
497 S. State Road 7 Phone 987-0450
i^X^
ULTRA HP PREMIUM
4 PLY POLYESTER CORD
78 SERIES WHITEVVALLS
700x13
Plus FE Tax
1.95 & Trade-in
SIZE WHITEWALL FE TAX
735x14 25.95 2.21 1
F78-14 8t15 r\r+ nr 775x14& 15 I ZD-^J 2.38 2.42
G78-14&15 Q-f AC 825x14& 15 I Z/.^v) 2.55 i 2.64
H78-14&15 855x14 & 15 29.95 2.74 2.80
J78-14 885x14 31.95 3.01
900x15 31.95 2.89
*Mfg.. specification. There are no industrywide standards.
.ptfHttOMCOW
JSB
SZE
560x15 12.93 \_1_
100x13
(2 M
,2P'
iSxu;
"825xU
plus 1.99
F.E.fa* U55x1A*
&Ttade-mU;c^r
White only- ",ie
16JW
1630
13.
15.
855x15*
20.00
20^00
2.01
RFGoodrich
f^S? nareo
FIBERGLASS BELTS hlL~^^LlUL^
WIDE PROFILE -s!L_iJ1. ^T
B78U
$1
645x14
an
C78-14
,695X14
E78-1 .
_73SX1
>78-l4"
775X14
F78-15
.725X25
G7814 4 15
J25X14 4 15
J5il44_i5
15"
<15
178-15'
915X15
iZ95
J3J5
&S5.
25.95
2.55
2.61
2.77
P,us ?-07 f Ta Trad,
e-m
JS 1 3.06
Whife only VVh,tewas shghHy ^ore.
SAFETY
SERVICE
FRONT END SPECIAL
ROTATE ALL 4 WHEELS
HIGH SPEED FRONT
WHEEL BALANCE
FRONT END ALIGNMENT
NORTON
-SINCE 1924
TIRE CO.
e2s
BFGoodrich
$
1*395
^^m ^^^^^ cars higher
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 N.W. 27th Ave. 634-1556
CORAL GABLES
Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
13360 N.W. 7th Ave. 681-8541
MIAMI SHORES
8801 Biscayne Blvd. 759-4446
N. MIAMI BEACH
1700 N.E. 163 St. 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353
PACK WHEEL BEARINGS ADJUST BRAKES
88c 88e
DISC BRAKES HIGHER DSC P> HIGHER
HIALEAH/PALM SPRINGS MILE
1275 W. 49th St. 822-2500
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S. Dixie Hwy. 233-5241
SOUTH DADE
9001 S. Dixie Hwy. 667-7575
HOMESTEAD
30100 E. Federal Hwy. 247-1622
W. HOLLYWOOD
497 S. State Road 7 987-0450
FT. LAUDERDALE
1830 W. Broward Blvd. 525-3136
^^^~: |......~"*
FT. LAUDERDALE
1740 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7588
PLANTATION
381 N. State Road 7, 587-218o
POMPANO BEACH
3151 N. Federal Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Dixie 832-3044
LAKE PARK/N. PALM BEACH
532 N. Lake Blvd. 848-2544
FT. PIERCE
2604 South 4th St. 464-8020


fewisli FlLoir idian
i, Florida Friday, November 26, 1971
Section B
Senate Votes israel Aid
fliddle East Crisis Heightens,
istadrut Leader Says Here
h-hting may resume in the
tile East without Egyptian
fcldent Anwar Sadat order-
initial firing, the head of
. i ir.it in Israel told a meet-
11 if Greater Miami's top Jcw-
I |< adership Tuesday night.
?,ulat may have gotten him-
into a box by his statements
war is inevitable, even
iich he is far more logical
Xassar was. And with
guns facing Israeli nosi-
from Egyptian emplace-
hts on the Suez Canal, the
. lation to open fire could be
much for the enemy," Yltz-
B e n-A h a r o n, secretary-
era] of Histadrut, said.
Ir. Ben-Aharon, who was in
knii Beach to address the na-
bal convention of the AFL-
*). conferred with key offi-
of the Combined Jewish
i'al-Israel Emergency Fund,
of Israel Bonds, the Is-
Histadru t Campaign,
[rican Friends of the He-
University and other Is-
il' oriented organizations in
|th Florida.
imong those taking part in
informal discussions were
^ics Albert, chairman of Is-
Bonds; Harry A. Levy,
|c rican Friends president;
Leon Kronish, associate
|ii man of the CJA-IEF; Sam-
Feinstein and Moe Levin,
iit and chairman of His-
rut here.
Jraeli Premier Golda Meir
confer with President Rich-
Nixon in Washington next
fk and address the national
tod Jewish Appeal confer-
in New York Dec. 11. She
Sded to replace Defense
pister Moshe Dayan for the
It to the United States foi-
ling Sadat's ominous state-
its last week, Mr. Ben-Aha-
said.
{Israel has been severely
pked by the sudden realiza-
that some 60 to 70 thous-
I a mi lies are living in com-
bative poverty in Israel," the
Istadrut leader reported.
any of them are from our
tii African immigrants of
i'".t years, but by and large
Sephardic Jews have been
'i bed by the Israeli economy
[one of the greatest success
ties in the history of the
Irish people."
memlier of the Knesset and
Imer Minister of Transporta-
v and Communications in the
f i cabinet, Mr. Ben-Aharon
ided American labor for its
ntinued support of Israel on
th the economic and politico*
[ins.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson, (D-
asii.i who is an active con-
nder for his party's 1972 pres-
' ial nomination, was to have
Wed the platform with Mr.
i-Aharon Tuesday. Instead,
Senator remained in Wash-
Eton to guide the passage of
amendment which would
ovide Israel with an addition-
$500 million in aid from the
Wted States, including sub-
ant ial funds for the purchase
additional Phantom jets.
I Wednesday morning, an Afri-
fn delegation was greeted at
D| Aviv Airport by Mrs. Meir,
resident Zalman Shazar and
3'eign Minister Abba Eban.
11 African delegation flew in
uni Cairo in the second round
of efforts to renew peace talks
in the Middle East in the face
of the accelerating crisis. The
Africans and top Israelis went
directly to Jerusalem for secret
discussions.
News Briefs
WASHINGTON (WNS) Two Jews Robert Solomon, 50,
of Bethesda, Md., an economist and advisor to the Federal Reserve
System's board of governors, and Samuel M. Cohn, 56, of Falls
Church. Va., an assistant director for Budget Review, Office of
Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President
were among the six career civil servants to receive the 510,000
Rockefeller Public Service Awards for 1971. The awards, estab-
lished by John D. Rockefeller III in 1960, are administered by
Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and In-
ternational Affairs. They are the highest privately sustained honors
for career servants.
TEL AVIV (JTA) The long ordeal for Mikhail Kalik is
over. The leading Soviet Jewish movie director, who first applied
for an exit visa in December, 1970, was welcomed here Nov. 17.
In 1952 Kalik, who was then 21 years old, was arrested for his
"Jewish and pro-Israel sentiments," and sentenced to 10 years at
hard labor. Stalin's death cut short his stay and he was released
after serving four years. He recently returned medals in protest
against emigration barriers. Arriving on the same plane was Dr.
Yuri Nudelman, a well-known Soviet surgeon, and his family,
who reported that he and! his family were subjected to abuse from
Soviet authorities after they had applied for emigration to Israel.
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Mayor Samuel W. Yorty pro-
claimed Nov. 15-Dec. 15 "Martyrs Memorial Month." He asked the
entire community to support the Jewish Federation-Council in its
plans to memorialize the six million Jews who died in the holocaust
by building a memorial-archives-library complex on the ground of
the Federation.
Pictured with President Richard M. Nixon at the AFL-
CIO convention in Miami Beach is Rabbi Solomon
Schirf, executive vice president of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami and director of Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service, who delivered the in-
vocation at the session addressed by the President.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heisler, who were the recipients of
the State of Israel Award at the Cuban Hebrew-Israel Din-
ner of State, receive the congratulations of Michael Litvak,
director of the Israel Bond Organization, Mrs. Moreno Habif
and Mr. Habif, chairman of the dinner, and His Excellency
Jacob Doron of the State of Israel, guest speaker. Over
$600,000 in Israel Bonds were purchased at that time.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY only
HFTER-THftNKSGIYING SALE
Two big bargain-filled days at Burdine's, bursting with savings for every member of the family.
Not just left-overs, but exciting special purchases, plus great selections in every department. Take
a look at what we've got here you might get all your holiday gift shopping done!
SHOP FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY
a.m. to
< ail 9 burdine's stores and do bring along
your Burdine's charge card to speed your shopping!


Page 2-B
9-Jcwistfk)ridlar)
Friday, Nove^ j.
Mesivta Shabbos In
Area's Synagogues
The Greater Miami Jewish Com- and Mrs .Saul Ginzburg. Rabbi and
munlty will observe Mesivta Shab- ..us. rtalph Glixman, Mr. and Mrs.
BW"thi* wnMM; in syna^'SBC* Rrmltw Goldstein.
ihiiHighout tin an a
The annual dinner of the only
Yeshtva High s.liool south of Bal-
timore will take place Sunday eve-
nine Dec 5. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Moses Grundwerg, the school's
pri sklent, has announced that this
yi ;< s nuest of h mor will be Rabbi
and Mrs. Etercl Wcin of Beth Is-
ra< I Congregation. Rabbi Wein
also serves as (Van of men on the
Mesivta's faculty.
Students of the Mesivta 'if
Greater Miami. The Lotris Mer-
witzer High School will address
various eongregatiena: Mark Mil-
ler, sky Lake Synagogue; Mario
Kaller. Young Israel of Greater
Miami: Karmi Gross. Hebrew
Academy: Pa-M Pollack, Jacob
c". Cohen Synagogue; Steven Ros-
enberg, Beth Israel; Howard Ros-
ner. Ohev Shalom; Leon Adler,
Agudath Israel; Jerry Burstyn,
Kneseth Israel: Ronald Henig,
Beth Tfilah and Steve Werner,
Etz C'haim.
The students will discuss the ed-
ucational program of the Mesivta;
the curriculum and course of stud-
ies o the general and Hebrew .->-
partments of the school.
Pinner eochairmen are Hymnn
Galbul and Jacob Modansky. The
-committee includes Murray Berk-
ov.it/. Jerome Bienenfeld. Herman
Eisenberg, Isidore Friedman. Harry
Goner. Maurice Gold-ing. Peter
Goldring, Henry Groudan. Moses
Grnndwerg, Max Gutman. Menashe | saifi y[r
Hiis.h. Milton Kahn. Henry Katz. J
Hyman Kolko. Ben Lerner, Harry
Lernor. Morton Mayberg. Louis
Merwrtzer, Louis Pollack. Sol Pop-
rx r. Samuel Reinhard. Harry Ros-
enberg, Murray Rosenberg. Oscar j
Schapiro, Jerry Schechter. Sam,
Schechter, Ben Stern. Morris j
WaHman, Samuel Waldman. Phil j
li-j Weiss, Rabbi H. M. Kagan. j
Rabbi G. Orimland. Rabbi Alex- j
Rabbi David Lehr-
Tibor Stern. Rev. j
and Mrs. Louis I
Marvin Green waU. Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin Jacobson, Rabbi and Mrs.
Samuel Jaffe. Mi-s. Sarita Kainen.
Mr. and Mrs. Najum Kaller. Mr,
and Mrs. Maurice Wesner, Mr and
Mrs. Louis Zarch. Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Adler. Mr. and Mrs. Bern- ;
aid Bastacky. Rabbi and Mrs.,
Alexander Grass, Mrs. Marsha
Spitz. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Kass.,
Dr. and Mrs. Ben Kirschonbaum. I
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg.
Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Zuckerman.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Abramson, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Bayewltz .Mr. and Mrs. Abram
Buntyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Thames, Mr. and Mrs. Jaeobo
Esquenzl Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard.
Mrs. Bruche R >sen. Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Weiss.
Philharmonic Forms A
Development Council
New officers of the South Dade Hebrew
Academy Men's Association are, from left
to right) Albert Abramowitz, financial sec-
retary; Herbert Meiselman, treasurer; Mich-
ael Salmon, second vice president; Dr. Mel-
vyn Greenstein, president; Manny
first vice president; Dr. Sidney In cording secretary, and Seymour Schu
corresponding secretary.
A Development Council for the
I Greater Miami Philharmonic So-
I ciety. Inc. has been formed to call
I 11 corporations and individuals in
the Miami area to seek support
for the orchestra, according to
Council chairman William Ruben.
president of Jordan Marsh.
'This is the first season the mu-
sicians have boon under contract.'
Ruben.
So. Dade Hebrew Acadenn
Expands Physical Facilitie
The South Dade Hebivw Acad- j "V are available to emy. an independent branch of the, cording to Dr. M
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, j president of tin
is i xpanding facilities for its rap-
idly growing school.
Sowk
school.
Rabbi As Win S Growl
cipal of the Gii ater MiiJ
brew Academ). rver m aJ
capacity for South
bianch.
r/ourbudget Abraham Feinberg. New York raoma. ,
banker and business
The Academy, with 7i students
in the first through sixth grades.
meets al the ymywha of Great-
er Miami, 8500 BW sth St. it has
grown from an enrollment of 23
hree Nina Diamond Ap
Lyric soprano, Nina Dn
will open her winter sen
ilub dates anil concert appi
i s as guest soloiM wits Ca
Monaca and his band, Fri
3, at 7:45 p.m. in the
Park bandshell. Mrs.
a well known intertaineri
repertoire in seven langu
years ago. Small classes and indi-
vi nal attention for pupils is
stressed.
New facilities being completed
at the Y' will include seven class-
library.
an :er Gross.
field. Rabbi
Jacob Katz
Schwartz.
lunchroom and
. iiistiauvc utm..", all air-
of S967.540 has moved us into the ; banker and business leader. | condi,jomx, In aJdition. most of
category of a major orchestra. fa for ,9 years president! the reeroational facilities of the
Only half of this total will bo at-1 "
tainod through ticket sales; the | of the American Committee for
philharmonic dei>en nations and endowments to make
up the deficit. The Council has set | ence, is the newly-elected chair-
goal of S452.000 for this season.
To reach this goal we have formed
committees who will actively so-
li it response from the commun-
ity," he said. I Institute.
DKBI of the international board
of governors of the Weizmann
Dr. Gregory Almirantes
chirupracjA
5806 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI 751-Hm
A VTOMOBILE INJURIES. SPINAL INJURIES A lUMPLAISi
On the parents committee art
Louis Bernstein. Mrs. Mildred1
1 arr. Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis.
Mr. and Mrs. Sholem Epelbaum.
Mr. and M-s. Zvi Feinstein, Mr.
NOBODY ... BUT NOBODY
HAS MOM KAUTITUL FABRICS
AT LOWES PRICES THAN
llssaiM
n 1 ST. (iMMMf flta aaf) 1
711-MM
SEWING MACHINES
FOR RENT
$10 MONTH. RENT MAY APPLY ON
PURCHASE. FREE DELIVERY.
BAKER'S 751-1841
NOW OPEN
THE GLASS
HOUSE
Sa'at and Se'vice
All tvpas o< Gla
and Scraan
Custom Mirror work
in your horna.
FREE Design and Etimata
FAST SERVICE
16932 So Di.u Hwy.
(Diagonally oopoiita
Poit Otticei
232 2534
SALTWATER FISH
EXOTIC FISH*PETS|
PET SUPPLIES
PROFESSION Al
GROOMING
a, tOTH CtlAMFf
0% OFF
rsacMBsnaiSMw
I'r.-.ll Doc Jn!
**Vk d)
\jv^ it txnMNCt ^\
mi ttsn rasuN atii win "*l\
AT U>W IMPOST PRKiS
STYLING SETTING
CLEANING FITTING
COLORING REPAIRING
666-5643
557 %.W. $ ST. ClAUDETTE ipfl
SOIAGES 9PKCIAI. DISCOUNT IF Own., sai
YOU REFER TOOK
BRING THIS AD
illOTTS PET SHI?
6i comia..av aao aaoi
Boocom
Kn CHtMTTsa
suiTes .
OOL
PMTAUPANT
I LOUNCC
SlU* ,
idl
1731B COM ins AvrNJ*
M AMI BEACH, fLA. 33140
S4S.3SBI
W.lliam C. Uonurr
OINUAL MN*MMft
*5
PATIO
COVER
ALUMINUM
ioio s99
SAVE ON:
* CARPORTS
* STORM
SHUTTERS
A ROOM
ADDITIONS
* Blum*
SHUTTERS
AWNINGS
|45*45 S23
COMPLETELY
NSTAllEO
BBBBkw >^^ ^^Bsl
ASK ABOUT OUR SCREEN ROOAa]
NFUMAN'S
AWNING
free SERVICE
ESTIMATES:
89 1-5207
891-1754
1642 N.I I2JST.
MIAMI FLA
Y(HI
and
Your
Lstate!
mm %
iV*

?K^
S'7
>*XA
MT^LJr^
-:
-3 v.
You've probably worked
many years to build up what you have.
and would be anxious to conserve it.
Call
J. P. Jordan
Eslate Conservation Specialist
The Robert F. Richards Agencv
201 S. W.-27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33135
Tel: 642-7241
. 7/ /

Life lrs-'3nC


November 26, 1971
*-kmi*t IhrrHu
Page 3-B
fewish Vocational Service
;pands To Meet The Needs
its headquarters at rU8
teth St.. the Jewish Vocation-
Cvjce, which is supported by
greater Miami Jewish Federa-
the United Fund of Dade
has made Its counseling
placement set vices avail-
thc resident! of other
: Greater .Miami.
headed by J. William
Jr.. president, and Ku^ene
tSpSDi executive director, of- j
l be own at the South
.ill \ located at 8500 SW :
n Thursday of each week. '
me North Dado YMI1A, lo- '
XK 4th Avenue and 169th
Tuesdays. In the mill are ;
,al offices in Miami Beach
the Kendall area of South i
.i locations still to bo se- j
i ed in the services offered \
|: granu aimed at helping
people explore their own in-
teiests and aptitudes as these re-
late to the world of work. The
agency provides help to high
ichool RtudiTlfs in the area of co
lego choice and assists in the ob-
taining of scholarship loans and
grants, it also serves adults who
are considering a change ol oc-
cupation.
Of continuing Importance Is a
government contract which per-
mits the Veterans Administration
to send persons in need of guid-
ance 'as regards educational and
vocational programs) to the Jew-
ish Vocational Set vice for such as-
sistance.
Heading up thus guidance, edu-
cational and job placement pro-
grams is Bernard M. Yoffee. who
holds a B.A. in Education, M.S. in
Education and a Specialist in
Education degree, with a major In
Counseling. Mr. Yoffee can be
reached at the JVS office.
leth Torah To Hear Report
ii iVew York Convention
Beth Torah Congregation
special services of Thanks-
Friday evening, Dr. Max A.
[ vi and the other delegates
[leporl on the United Syna-
Conventlon held recently
York.
g the .".000 delegates from
k and Canada were offi-
gates of Beth Torah, in-
the rabbi, Irving Newman.
r.t; Saul Schreiber, execu-
e president; Irving Kut-
t-ligious vice president;
Arthur Winton, house vice
': Ben Karp, chairman of
. Joseph Golden, president
the Southeast Region of
Synagogue; Mrs. Joseph
youth vice president; Ger-
>ter, Beth Torah youth di-
Dr. Joel Dennis, Hillel
nify Day School president;
I v. fid Ziffer, president
11
P
I '
of Beth Torah's Mollie Kahner
Sisterhood.
The report on the proceedings
of the convention will emphasize
not only the work sessions deal-
ing with Soviet Jewry and world
affairs, but the final resolution
made by the Social Action Com-
mittee.
^";^^SSmm*v
\\ hoirs.,1,. Distributors of
ENVIRONMENTAL
FURNISHINGS
C.PTURED METALS, CIAFTE0
V D0DS, LIGHTING FIXUMES,
:: JNTAINS. BARS, DOORS,
FIREPLACES, ETC.
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
DESIGNS
Call us at 235-7147
and
Processors and ttporttr*
f the finest US. Covt. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS onrl POUtTRT
2891 W. 4th AVENUE,
Hi All AH, flCRIDA
Phone TU 7-269*
Stanley R. Gilbert, chairman of the YMHA board; Sen.
George McGovern, Mrs. Irving Wexler, chairman of YMHA
public affair committee, and Myron A. Berezin, executive
director cf Ihe YMHA. are shown conferring prior to Mc-
Govern's address to the YMHA membership kicking off
the town hall series.
New York Family Court
Judge Jacob T. Zukerman
was elected president of
the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee at its recent biennial
convention. Judge Zuker-
man, president cf the Jew-
ish Daily Forward Associ-
ation and radio station
WEVD, and former presi-
dent of the Workmen's
Circle, succeeds Charles
S. Zimmerman, vice presi-
dent of the International
Ladies' Garment Workers'
Union, AFL-CIO in the
post.
Chanukah Mart Planned
Congregation B n a i Raphael.
1401 N\V lgfird St.. is planning its
annual Chanukah Mart from 10:30 !
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundav. Dec. 5.
Holidav cifts may he purchased;
lunch will also be available.
Is it true that the
man who invented
the sandwich had
a big mouth?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an
imported Israeli oven.
It's August all year 'round
lady Beity prune
juics is
notspeezed?
taste the difference
CHARLES ADL
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
"NO fAULT" AUTO INSURANCE
iUTO SENIOR AND UNDERAGE PLANS A SPECIALTY
-OMEOWNERS AT LOWEST RATES
-PARTMENT PACKAGES
BUSINESS EVERY FORM
-EW.R<
-fOSPlTALIZATION, LIFE, & INCOME PROTECTION
Serving riorth Miami Beach, All Dade and Broward
1820 N.E. U3rd STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
For 24-Hr. Service Call 945-4335
- Since 1954 -
That means no pulp,
no skins, no bitter
taste from crushed
pits -just the best
prune juice you've
ever tasted. And
naturally Lady
Betty does all the
healthful things
you expect from
prune juice.
Shedds
Prune Juice
i CERTIFIED KOSHER
Sliedd Bar tush Foods, Inc., Detroit, Michigan 18238


Page 4-B
+Jenisl> ftcrkfiain
Friday, Novemb
w 26. 197,1
JFCS Celebrating
Golden Anniversary
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, the oldest social service
dinner-dance Saturday. Dec. 4. at
the Americana Hotel in Bal Har-
bour.
The fifty years of service ren-
dered by JFCS in the community
has benefitted many, since its scope
of social services encompasses al-
most every phase of daily living
where problems occur.
The main office, located at 1790
SYV 27th Ave.. and the branch of-
fices in Miami Beach and North
Miami served a total of 3.340 fam-
ilies in 1970. During the past year
they have reached out to help
8,327 with in-person interviews;
9.347 with telephone interviews;
524 direct service to children;
placed children from troubled
homes in foster care situations
for a total of 1,526 days; and have
helped 589 senior citizens obtain
greater security, usefulness, in-
dependence and dignity through
counseling.
There are other areas where
JFCS, which is supported by Jew-
ish Federation and United Fund,
has served the community. One of
the most recent additions is the
teen-age program where three lo-
cations, Place North; Place South
and Place East, have been set up
so teens can come to "rap." Lo-
cated in North Miami, South Mi-
ami and Miami Beach, these three
"Places" have proved to be a suc-
cessful way for young people in
these areas to talk out their prob-
lems.
The agency, which updates its
program to keep in step with
what is happening in today's rap-
idly changing society has also
added a group therapy program
this past year under which 137
people in 161 sessions of 13 groups
have met to learn how to deal
with the problems they encounter
on a day to day basis.
Officers of Jewish Family and
NCJW Sponsoring
A P-R Workshop
"When Your Message Needs
The Media." a discussion by news-
paper, radio and TV panelists, will
open "the. pubMo relations -work-
shop sponsored By Greater Miami
Yitzchak Rogel ORT
Conference Speaker
The
Children's Service Include Dr.
Alan A. Upton, president; Leo
agencv in Miami, will celebrate its.Landis, vice president; Arnold J. ^eUon. Natural Council of Jeu-
GoluT Anniversary with a gala+ffern^viee president; Samuel S. | h Women Tuesday.
Smith, secretary; Mrs. Eugene R.
ECatZ, treasurer and Walter S.
Falk, honorary president.
Members of the Board of Di-
rectors are Ronald Ager, Dr. Mel-
vin L. Becker, Mrs. Leonard Beld-
ner, Mrs. David Fleeman, Mrs.
Burton B. Goldstein. Mrs. Charles
Goldstein. Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
Barry Haiman. Mrs. David Kirsh,
Walter C. Kovner, Richard Levy;
Mrs. Bernard Nemeroff. Maurice
Pavlow, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs.
Morton Silberman, Mrs. Lois
Stein, Mrs. Mike Sumberg, Har-
old Tannen, Harold Thurman. Kli
Timoner and Mrs. Howard Trinz.
Chairman of the 50th anniver-
sary dinner is Mrs. Morton tVal)
Silberman; Mrs. Howard Trinz is
program coordinator and arrange-
ments are being handled by Mrs.
Eugene R. (Muriel) Katz. Walter
Falk will be Master of Ceremon-
ies.
For reservations call the main
office of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service.
Mrs. Dernier Luncheon Host
The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chap-
ter, Women's League for Israel,
will be hosted by Yaffa (Mrs. Jay)
Dermer at a Member-Bring-a-
Member luncheon in her home,
2525 Flamingo PI.. Thursday, Dec.
S, 1971 at noon. A musical after-
noon is planned, according to
Rose (Mrs. Alexander) Dellerson,
president.
third
Growth Oonfe
The all-morning session, begin-
ning at 9:30 a.m.. will be held in
the Jewish Federation auditorium
4200 Biscayn eBlvd.
Public relations chairmen from
civic and service organizations are
invited to hear Dorothy-Anne
Flor, Living Today editor. Miami
Herald; Billie O'Day. Lifestyle
editor. Miami News; Jim Kukar.
editor. North Dade Journal; Pat
Murphy, editor. Coral Gables I
Times-Guide; Molly Turner.
WPLG-Ch. 10 TV News; and Bill
Smith, Public Service director,
WHAT radio.
In addition, work groups will
tackle such common internal pub-
lic relations problems as "The
Meeting is Anemic," "The Under-
current of Griping," "The Phone
Committee's N o t Connecting."
"The Bulletin that Isn't Read."
"The Members Who Feel Ignored"
and 'The Projects Get Little Sup-
port."
Instructive visuals will be dis-
played and each participant will
receive a procedural-aids kit.
The workshop is free but, to as-
sure seating, reservations should
be made by calling Mrs. Harold
Solomon, workshop coordinator,
at the NCJW office.
Smorgasbord And Bazaar
Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood will
sponsor its annual Chanukah
smorgasbord and bazaar, from 4-
7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, at the tem-
ple, 6438 SW 8th St. Gifts will be
on display; door prizes and food
will also be offered.
annual mid-year
J*wiJe of the South-
eastern Florida Region of Women's
American ORT will take place
Thursday, Doc. 2. at 9:30 a.m. in
the Algiers Hotel.
The full day conference will in-
clude workshops, bruncheon and
plenary sessions. Plans will be fi-
nalized for ORT's participation in
the rally for Soviet Jewry sched-
uled at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium Dec. 6.
Mrs. Howard Horn chairman of
the all-day meeting announces that
awards will be presented to chap-
ten who have attained their mid-
year goal*.
Guest speaker, Yiucnak Rogel.
Youth director of Temple Me-
norah's activities, and himself a
former ORT student from Na-
tanya. Israel, will address the 400
ORT leaders attending. His sub-
ject will be "Our Youth Today."
Mrs. Leonard Pechenik. presi-
dent of the Region, declared
"ORT's motto, To Help Man Help
Himself is the essence of our
American Affairs Portfolio. Chang-
ing the attitude of our 'college-
oriented' society, giving dignity to
labor, vocational careers must be
considered pn a, level wi
'her profeJ\-.ion."
lh even/1
The world's larg
vocational education
training system foi
privileged. ORT is
tional organization
work of 650 schools
tions teaching mon
annually.
st voluntaJ
and technical
r the under. I
an intenJ
with a nJ
and : J
' ,han G5.0(|l
Auction Benefits MizracM
Chai Chapter, Mizrachi Woman
Organization. is planning an Z\
tion at the JTM-YWHA, 8500 a
8th St, Sunday at 7 p.m. Eail
bird specials will Iv offered atll
p.m. Proceeds of the sale wi]] J
to the Mizrachi projects in Igul
according to Mrs < fred Fink*I
>trin. pn-i lent. Cocl-MirmenoftiJ
event are Mrs. Al Kramz. mJ
Aaron Hirshkowitz and Mrs. Rj^
ard Bailey.
Singles Group Being Formal
A new Jewish Social Singh)
group is being formed. Ainu
between the ages of 21 and I
wishing to join may contact i
aid Rothbard at 2954 N\V 90thS
DICTOGRAPH
SECURITY, INC.
Complete Burglary and
Fire Alarm Systems
940- Lincoln Rd. 531-8769
"Residential Security Specialist"
HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
Invites you to attend their
ART AUCTION
at the
Collectors Art Gallery
Americana Hotel
Sun., November 28, 1971
Preview 6-7:30 P.M.
Auction 8:00 P.M.
Free Admission
Including Original Oils
and Lithographs
Major Contemporary
European and Israeli Artists
Give Mom "PARADISE" Dad, Kids, and the
| whole "Mispacha" Tool
New Paradise Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE 531-6678
Now Serving Deliciov* Dinners From 4:00 P.M.
Reservations taken for Friday Evening Dinner
\ Strictly Kosher Supervision \
ill I
I I Under Orthodox Rabbinical Council I
jCatering for all Occasions Closed Saturdays j
ALL SEASONS
HOTEL
FORMERLY
PATRICIAN HOTEL
OCEANFRONT
Completely Redecorated
And Refurnished
ALL NEW
PULLMAN ETTES
1* cubic ft. self defrosting
refrigerators, air conditioned
and heated, pool, daily maid
service, color T.V., card room,
game room, entertainment.
SEASONAL&
YEARLY
WE WELCOME
YOUR INSPECTION
3*21 COLLINS AVENUE
531 SMI
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting;
you give up vitamin pills
for prunes. All we're saying
is, Sunsweet Prunes have
many important vitamins.
Like A and B-l, B-2 and
niacin. Like minerals, too
calcium, plenty of iron,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibblfl
something sweet for
only a measly 18-odd
calories per prune.
AM gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRUNES
Free
New Kosher Recipe
Booklet from Quaker
Here's a brand new recipe booklet free from Quaker
Barley, the choicest barley grown. Fourteen pages or
delicious kosher barley recipes soups, main disnes,
side dishes and desserts that will make mealtime a
little different, a little better. Send for your copy today.
It's free from Quaker.
FREE RECIPE BOOKLET
MAIL TODAY
To: Barley Recipes
P. O. Box 481
Maple Plain, Minnesota 55359
Please send ma your naw FREE Quakar Kosher Bar
Recipe Booklet.
NAME.
ADDRESS.
f'TV
.STATE.
____ZIP-


iday, November 26, 1971
vJewist Meridian
Poge 5-B
,ocal Pioneer Women Launch
Child Care Center In Israel
[The Greater Miami Council of
oncer Women last week launch-
, a Moetzet Hapoalot/Pioneer
Pomen nursery and women's club
Lilding in a new immigrant neigh-
bihood in Kiryat Motzkin, a rap-
fly growing Haifa Bay area city.
I Mrs. Harriet Green, president of
Pioneer Women Council laid
t. cornerstone for a $70,000 in-
Ktution being built in the heart
I .i housing development contain-
;_ 250 newcomer families.
[Mrs. Green, who headed the
foup of 43 members of the Great-
Miami Pioneer Women Council
participated in the ground-
fcaking ceremonies, promised
mi within two years the Council
Dtild also sponsor a second floor
j the structure to make it a
Implete Moetzet Hapoalot/Pio-
|er Women community center.
Irs. Beba Idelson, general sec-
tary of the Moetzet Hapoalot/
lon.er Women, declared, 'The
liklren's home will be a living
(ik between you Pioneer Women
u! the land of Israel and its peo-
The needs of these children
and their families for a day care
institution and mother's club are
tremendous," she said pointing to
the surrounding blocks of immi-
grant flats and their occupants
who viewed the ceremonies, "and
you are to be praised for under-
standing their needs and respond-
ing to them."
The day care center will include
a fully-equipped nursery, including
kitchen and dining room, for be-
low school-age children of work-
ing mothers who can then leave
their children in expert hands;
the children will receive invalu-
able 'headstart guidance' for their
future schooling.
Scores of such Moetzet Hapoa-
lot/Pioneer Women community
centers and day nurseries have re-
cently been built. They are rising
throughout Israel, particularly in
new immigrant towns, deprived
city neighborhoods and border vil-
lages where facilities are needed
to help the families care for the
children, and enhance their growth
as the potential leaders of tomor-
row's Israel.
Mayor Moshe Goshen pointed out
Women 9s League Provides
Hebrew U. Dormitories
[Tie Hebrew University's Mount
pus campus has been expanded
an additional 200- dormitory
1<; the facilities were dedicated
and established through Wo-
pn's League for Israel in the
hlted States and mare than 60
embers of the Women's League
Bwieil to Israel for the recent
remony.
Members of the Women's
-ue have provided the Univer-
fy with several important facili-
including dormitories, the
i ia building, the student
I a K.vmnasium and other fa-
ties. The number of students
immodated on the Mount Sco-
- campus now totals 2,700 in
k pormanent and temporary-
Is ters.
National Council of Jewish
Women in the United States has
pledged $1,000,000 for research at
Hebrew Univereity, according to
Hap Levy, president of the Great-
er Miami American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
The commitment, which will
run over a period of ten years, will
finance education and research of
ihe disadvantaged at the Hebrew
University's School of Education.
The projects being researched
lor the education of the disadvan-
taged range from teachers' be-
havior in the classroom to involv-
ing mothers in preparing their
children for kindergarten.
Hebrew University recently an-
nounced the increase of its stu-
dent body to 18.000 students, of
which over 3,000 are from the
United States.
THE BEST OF THE MINI MISSIONS AND TOUR OF ISRAtl
YMHA of Greater Miami
WILL LEAVE ON FEBRUARY 3, 1972
RETURN ON FEBRUARY 17, 1972
COMPLETE COST FROM MIAMI
VIA EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINE
$919.00*
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
SINGLE OCCUPANCY S70.00 ADDITIONAL
Myron A. Berezin, Executive Director
of YMHA and his wHe Jean, will lead
this rare and exotic tour.
* INCLUDES: ROUND TRIP AIR TRANSPORTATION,
ACCOMMODATIONS DELUXE HOTELS WITH BATH,
TWO MEALS PER DAY, COMPLETE SIGHTSEEING,
GRATUITIES AND MANY SPECIAL FEATURES.
For information and Reservations Call
Miss Miriam Scheinberg 221-8000
or ALIZA BRENNER TRAVEL SERVICE INC.
605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Suite 208
Tel. 531-5865
to the visitors that Kiryat Motzkin
had grown from 400 persons in
1948 when the State was founded
to more than 17,000 today, with
more immigrant families arriving
daily. He noted that this healthy
growth is accompanied by seri-
ous social problems in integrating
the newcomers, who hail from dif-
ferent backgrounds with vastly di-
verse standards and emphasized
that institutions such as provided
by the Moetzet Hapoalot/Pioneer
Women are the vital catalysts in
welding the families into one dy-
namic Israeli community.
The Greater Miami Center is
being built on a plot of 1,300 me-
ters (one third of an acre) do-
nated by the municipality. It was
noted by the speakers that the
Moetzet Hapoalot, with its Pioneer
Women sister organization, hav
built and operate about 60% of
Israel's child care institutions, in-
cluding approximately 350 nursery
school classes.
Pictured at groundbreaking ceremonies in Kiryat Motzkin,
Israel, are representatives of the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, two of whom were major contributors to
the new $70,000 institution which will house a day care
center for immigrant children. From left to right are Mrs.
Leah Notkin of Miami Beach, Council president Mrs. Har-
riet Green, Mrs. Beba Idelson, general secretary of the
Moetzet Hapoalot/Pioneer Women, and Mrs. Dora Offen-
hendern of Miami Beach.
1HC STORE w.tm rr-E LCiiCd '.ak
GIVE A CHANUKAH GIFT OF
INDIAN RIVER CITRUS FRUIT
14.50 FULL BUSHEL 9.00 HALF BUSHEL
Spread some Florida sunshine with
luscious sun-ripened navel oranges or
seedless grapefruit selected for
delectable flavor, or send a
mixed assortment! Choice citrus fruits
brighten the holidays.
Additional shipping charge west of
the Mississippi, 1.50
JM CITRUS SHOP, first floor,
miami, 377-1911; at dadeland,
fort lauderdale, west palm beach
Use one of JAA's trio of credit plans
custom tailored to your needs.


Page 6-B
*Jeist>rk>ridRar7
Friday. November
26.1ft
!
SOCIAL
BRIEFS
bv Isabel Grove
Had assali Center
as For Season
i Ope
It must be a comfort to those
hapless Individuals who consent to
'chair" an affair for "worthy
project" that there is. in this com-
munity, a cadre oi women who not
only will buy tickets, but will ap-
pear at the | itherteg e*. n
though their schedules are heavy
with meetings, luncheons and
dinners.
Many of them were on the
scene at the Eden Roc on Nov. 19
tor the Gieater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men l incheon which launched the
i on"* Child Care Project
G ouped at Table l were Mrs.
Anns Brennei Meyers, Mrs. Inez
Krensky, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs.
Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Leon EH, and
Mis. Edward I.. Cowen, looking
lovely despite her recent hospital
stay.
Members oi the Child Care
luncheon committee who also hold
posts "'l the national level of
Co .'lt'il included Mrs. Aaron Farr.
a vice president; Mrs. Stanley C.
M s h in 'i ai vice president,
Mr*. Irving Wexler and Mis. Ed-
i ippi nheim, board mem-
I
ofternoon was ushered In
a welc >me from Mrs. Philip
YOU CAN'T
BEAT IT
FOR GOLF
includes
'breakfast
[and dinner. Special
Groia
Pcckacje Plan
Dec. 17, 18, 19
NEAR
DISNEY WORLD
GOLF IS
FREE
18 hole
'championship golf
course. Outdoorpool
5 Tennis courts.
Dancing and enter-
tainment nightly.
HARDER
HAIIP
Hotel Tel. (Call Collect)
813, 385-0151
Harder Hall Golf-Tenn
Camp lor Teens
I
I
Bloom, Miami Section NCJW
president, and Mrs. Jerold J.
Schwarz, vice president commun-
ity services and chairman of the
day. Mrs. Norman Cohan, child
care center chairman, related the
story of the project.
Others who contributed much to
the success of the affair were Mrs.
Florence Alberts, office executive
secretary and Mrs. Phyllis fiar-
ber. secretary.
Also seen at the attractive
tallies set with red cloths and
centerpieces oi ceramic baskets
filled with white mums, were Mrs.
Bernard Abel, Mrs. Julius Bern-
stein. Mrs. Donald F. Rubin and
daughter Mrs. A. Jay Cristol, Mrs.
Honor Faldman and Mrs. Jack
Fried berg.
Other staunch Council members
representing leadership both past
and pre.ent were Mrs. Stanley
Gilbert, Mrs. Judy Gilbert. Mrs.
| Marvin Haven. Mrs. Leon Kaplan.
Mrs. Bernard Loring, (who was in
charge of the many arrangements
for the day), Mrs. Anna B. Dreyer
and daughter Mrs. Carl Lundy,
anil Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Also Mrs. David Miller. Mrs
Ethel Nagler, Mrs, Hairy Orleans.
Mis. Harry Schiff and Mrs Sid-
ney Schwartz.
Leadership from other groups
in the community included Mis
Burton Levey, president. Jewish
Federation Women's Division, and
Mrs. Meyer Don. president. Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.
Also seen in the fashionable
crowd were Mrs. Jack Friedberg,
Mrs. Aaron Goldman. Mrs. Mich-
ael Goldstein, Mrs. Sidney Gordon
and daughter-in-law Mrs. Louis G.
Gordon and Mrs. Alexander Li-
bow.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, program
chaiiman. Introduced the speaker
for the day, Mrs. Juanita Green.
editorial writer for The Miami
Herald.
Interest in music and efforts to
involve young |ieople in its joys
and pleasures was the common
denominator which brought to-
gether a distinguished group of
people on Sunday, Nov. 21. Hosts
for the |>etite luncheon and musi-
cale were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Kogan who have l>een patrons of
the arts in this area for many
yeai s.
Ruth Brotman. director of the
Society for Young Performers, an-
nounced the organization's fourth
annual benefit concert for tiie so-
ciety's scholarship fund will be
I held on Jan. L'.i at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Featured artist on the Sunday
.afternoon program was gifted
Gerry Miller. 1-1-year-old violinist.
who was accompanied at the piano
| by his father. Milton Miller, who
i teaches in Hollywood. Completing
I the family circle were Mrs. Miller.
also a pianist and the couple's
voung daughter. Gertrude.
Others in the select group were
Vesta Redmon a musician and
' also a mathematics teacher. Dr.
an' Mrs. Reubin Serbin, (he is a
retired dentist and former violin-
ist > and Mrs. Dorothy Nissenson,
a new member o( the society.
Couples interested in the so-
ciety's projects include Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lang. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Wander Of Miami, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph L. Goodman, and Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Levey, I she is
former Miamian Mildred Green-
berg, back home to stay and eager
| to say "hello' to former friends
hen l,
Also present were society mem-
her Judy Kaminsky, freelance TV
writer, Mrs. Alexander Prilutchi.
wife of the Miami Philharmonic's
I concert maestro. Mrs. Betty R.
Utley, Mrs. Leo Robinson and
Xana Schakert. Swiss-American
concert violinist.
'ine Hadassah Center for Witt-
ier Residents will open for the
| season with a meeting for earh
birds at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, at
Teiro'e Beth Sholom. 41-14 C.iase
Ave., Miami Beu.lt.
The purpose of the Hadassah
Center is to provide hospitality,
service and Inf-imalion on Haaas-
->n and [sraei for non-rcsic!ent
. cmbeia who will sr.end the win-
ter months in this area.
Mrs. Alfred Tuvin. .-f .;altim>rc.
who has keen appointed the na-
l tonal chairman of the Witter
Residents program for rhe seventh
vear, will preside and Rive high-
lights of the recent national con- I
.ention held in Cleveland. Ohio. :
Irs. Sherman Fast, president of |
Miami Beach Chapter, will bring
reetings, and Mrs. Samuel G'ad- j
-tone, former president <>i the
Western Pennsylvania R e g i n, '
will present current events.
The guest speaker of the a'ter-
noon will be Mrs. Kd th H. Geieer,
former Regional 1 '.rector of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, now a resident of Is-
rael with a home in Safed, who
has also become a Winter Resi-
dent and will be spending many
; nonths of the year working for
>nd with 1'k Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Well km wn as an
expert story teller, book reviewer,
and speaker on behalf of Isiael,
Mrs. Gciger has just returned af-
ter three months in Israel. Her
subject will be one which is oi
rcai concern to Jews everywhere
Russian Immigration to Israel.
Her tik will te entitled "Whi is
The New Israeli?"
Paid up oi life members from
out of state wh i are spending the
winter months in Miami Beach.
are eligible for registration.
i Guests are always welcome also.
Refreshments will be served at
the end of the meeting.
Stamp Book-Card Party
The North Miami Beach A bil-
iary of the Jewish Home for the
Agi l will hold Its annual stami
book and card pan v. Thursday
: Dec. It;, at 12:30 p.m. in the Wash-
ington Federal Bank I mezzanine
floor I 633 NE 167th St. For res-
ervations, call Pauline Kramer or
Sarah Gordon.
Community Singers To
The Miami peach Community
Singers, a 50-mcmber chorus Hit-
ler the direction 01 Joseph Mooney.
.nvit.s interested persons to attend
he social evening the g-oup has
planned Saturday beginning at X
p.m. in the Washington Fe 'eraI.
>'_>.V4 Washington Ave. The musical
entertainment will include selec-
tions by various singers, a sing-
along and music lor dancing.
Baritones who read music are
Hold Social Event
.invited to attend thc ? '
i rhursday rehearsals whui
bold in the Ida M K...A
High School band !j.r^
Is preparing f. ... ,fcJ
concert in the M ^t&)
torium Feb. 10. a; ,;,nali
mation may i. .. ;r, j rf
IX-lxirah Raich
or Moiiie Schulmao, men
chairman
GRAJSD OPENING
HADASSAH BOUTIQUE
NEW AND LIKE NEW MERCHANDISE
337 Lincoln Road Room 203
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
(Take elevator up Turn right same floor as Hadassjh Officad
Phone 532-4139
CHARLOTTE ROSE, DIRECTOR
Hours: 10-5
met
Mrs
PHOPERTYMANAGEMENT
RELIABLE
RENTAL INC.
5iO N.w. 54th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA 3 J J '
7578S96
MR ASM
CHARLES J ASHMOHE
IF YOU NEED
BAAL TFILAH
KRIAH
TOKEA
Write to B. T.
Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
EARLY BIRO
HOLIDAY SAU
FREE ART GIFT WITH
EVERY $30 PURCHASE
GALAXY OF GIFTS
207 N.E. 39th Street
Phone 758-9552
Oil Paintings
Custom framing
Metal Sculpture
Art Objects
COME IN AND BROWSE
Man. Sat. 10-4
7 CONVIN/fA/T LOCATIONS TO Sttfl TOu
836-1029
M2* M TYi* (1
.7* Si aw,.
WKif WIG LETS PALM
ACCESSOK'.Sfl
STYLING CLF.AN1XQ
I tJTTISO
691-8500
raos *. I AM
COMPLETE LINE OF
WESTERN WEAR
CHIIDIENS SMALL 0VEIAUS $3.89 (SPECIAL)
BOBS PET SHOP. INC.
2505 N.W. 183rt STREET
Telcahont 625-2016
"lieiftkimm fw tevr Pet"
HORSI FflO AND TACK
^ITIERLE
noRmRn
COSIIIETIC STUDIO
I ndcr Now M:iii;i2omi ill
Man Eden Gaddis
-\ 72S~ S\N 5" \vo.
Con***:*' Mi
CHET LORD
Internationally Famous
TV Cameraman
: after traveling 10 years with
: Presidents and Statesmen,
offers two hour film
with lecture
Excellent Opportunity for I
[Raising Call 891-1562


November 26. 1971
*Jenisti Ftarldflan
Page 7-B
a::Oi.OiO;.o.i0s;Q;.o;
.Q:0;0:QC;
MR. and MRS. DAVID RE'NWALD
ling preliminary plans for the general membership RclUWStlfls Mcirk
ling cf Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary next week are tilil. A ....I.raMainr
uig ct Mourn oinai Hospital Auxiliary next week are
Bertram Thorpe, (left) program chairman, Mrs. Meyer
Auxiliary president and Dr. Nardo Zaias, v/ho will
[uest speaker at the event.
Mount Sinai Auxiliary
^/,s Membership Meeting
Ht Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
ii its semi-annual general
ship meeting at 10:30 a.m.
Doc. ".. in the Wolf son
ium. Coffee and danish will
ifl in the cafeteria at 9:43.
Meyer Don. president an-
[d. Mrs. Gerald Miller, mem-
\ i'i president is chairman
Id. i>
j, executive diivc-
thi hospital, will bring the
\r~ up ii> date on the fjevel-
al Mount Sinai and de-
somi oJ the plans to he
. the near future.
Bertram Thorpe, program
in. will present Dr. Nardo
Zaias. an associate professor of
dermatology at the University of
Miami and co-chief of the skin and
cancer unit at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital whose subject will be "Pass-
port to Health through Cosmetol-
I ogy.-
Showing the newest fashions
from the Mount Sinai gift shop
will be some of the volunteers who
work there. To round out the
morning, several musical selec-
tions will I);' presented by the
famous A CapeUa Choir of Miami
Beach Senior High School.



\Wy
Your
CLEANING
Problems For
HOMES
'APARTMENTS
OFFICES
' Be Solved By Calling
754-1387
foi will 'md thit, far em i
*--! Mumi kh hornet, apen
na. i.id bunnta office hv*
m nceivinj diptnejbta cloen-
i k vie* from Burke'i. You will
'I tm tithtr work on cootie-
"( mi Of on i one iimt "e
tUd bins." You'll find me *n
td to arvt your rwMii trom
fc">Di< commg in ind clttninj
" bueboardi or windows to
("platt. lull nrvici. mtinten
i' >!dingi.
'o will find we work hard,
wl, tupurviM itch ind every
ind irt fully insured tnd
:id (Wo ivtn Kroon Mch
If* Oyei with polygraph hwt
fOW protection.) Our pnani
upo-ntri art our but rtcommen
tai md we'd bt dtlighuid to
>' lilt to check ui out.
-ill Today! ^
F or Yourself s\f
rhat Old
Fashioned
Dependability
s Still here I
BURKE'S
twwm SIRVKI
m i. w. 4i,i u*
Hom 754-13S7
'Rap Session' At Playhouse
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
will open especially for a "Rap
Session" with Gloria Steinem.
author-lecturer and leader of the
"Women's Lib" movement at 7:15
p.m. Thursday, Dee. 2. The writer,
who has been called the "public
relations prop" of the Women's
Liberation movement, will con-
duct a one-night "talkathon." ans-
wering questions from the audi-
ence.
Moving? Redecorating?
Call The Experts
FURNITURE SALES IN YOUR HOME
CAIL HOUSEHOLD SALES
940-3352 944-6757
.">0tli \nniversary
Now celebrating their 50th an-
niversary. Gertrude and David j
Reinwald of the Southgate Towers
Apartments were married in,
Chicago. III., Nov. 20. 1921. They
came to Miami Beach to live in i
1957.
The Reinwalds' daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milford
M. Romanoff of Toledo. Ohio, end
their son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur B. Reinwald of
Honolulu, Hawaii, are flying in to
host a dinner-dance Saturday
night honoring their anniversary.
The party at the Algiers Hotel,
will have a "golden" theme.
Mrs. Reinwald is president of
the Louis D. Brandeis Group of
Hadassah. Mr. Reinwald is active
in the Elks Club No. 1601 and de-
votes his time to many charitable
projects.
Their grandchildren include Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett S. Romanoff
end Lawrence M. Romanoff, stu-
dents at Ohio State University,
and Susan E. Reinwald of Hono-
lulu.
Films In Local Theatres
"It Only Happens To Others"
oiiens Thanksgiving Day at the
Mayfair, Sunset and Parkway;
"Man In Wilderness" began at the
Normandy. Holdovers include
"Sacco and Van/etti" at the Carib i
and Twin I. "Play Misty for Me"
at the Miracle. 163rd St.. Miami, i
27th Ave. Drive-In, Hallandale |
and Carlyle. and "Railway Chil- j
dren" at the Patio, Twin II and |
Palm Springs.
BfttfBSS
fUiriotttl S Coiffures
373 N E 167th ST. 651-3971
i all Specials" /&
SHAMPOO SET vlooj
WITH HAIR CUT MQN -TUS -WfO *J
WITHOUT HAIRCUT................ S2.00 up
$*>50 $">00
THURS. t Fftl. Mm ...............HI. **
HAIR CUTS THUUS. thru S4T......................S 1.50 up
TOUCHUPS **< SCOO THURS $g00
WITH SET W ^ T0S*T
PERMANENT WAVE complete....................s8"up
OPEN MQN Bits WO SM INS N*S IfM Ift IPJ.
M
>&&?& &*QO:Q}d >CO
i
Ask your doctor...about
convalescent centers
He carts most about your health. To
meet his high standards of excellence,
the convalescent center must provide
the most qualified start, the finest
facilities, be fully accredited by government agencies and
must be administered with understanding, compassion
and concern for the patient.
Golden Isles Convalescent Center is very special in that
regard. The most modern facility of its kind anywhere,
its staff of more than 100 qualified people really cares
about people, and provides the finest, highly-skilled
nursing care.
The new owners and administrators bring fifteen years of
experience and dedication to this great facility. Ask your
doctor what a difference experience can make.
We invite your doctor's inspection and your personal visit
for a full evaluation.
flQRlDA'S MOS1 COMPtflt CONVALESCfNI \ND
(XTtNDfD CAM fACUITY. .Wt C 4Rf ABOUT sf\/()K < IT/Zf.NS
Golden Isles Convalescent Center
J4l t HdllantUlc Brai h BlvJ
HalUnddle. Nofidi I !<
Phono. 9.17-9717 M 944-fel-Wl
WJNARO D I (MUMS (A F.A.C N.H V
Otontr-Admini.lrlKM
Binv iani KSTMAN.R.N.
r>ir CUSTOM REUPH0LSTERY
DRAPERIES
By DELTA
Member el Better Business Bureau
Call 6*1 -4625
BUNNY YEAGER
Photography Studio
7228 BISCAYNE BLVD
*1000
6 Photographs in color
(all different poses)
For appointment coll:
751-2382 or 757-8978
Annual Dinner
CELEBRATING THE 70th ANNIVERSARY
OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
SUNDAY, DEC. 12, 1971, 6:30 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
U.S. SENATOR FRED HARRIS
Guest Speaker
ENTERTAINMENT
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
JNF Foundation Chairman
JUDGE ZEV W. KOGAN
Pres. Southern Region JNF
HON. JAY DERMER
Pres. JNF Greater Miami
DANCING
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Chairman Executive Board


Page 8-B
Jewlsti fhridtairi
rtlday, November
26,11
Rita M. Pollack
Ronald S. Kraft
Wed In New York
A wedding of interest locally is
that of Rita Madeline Pollack,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pol-
lack of Forest Hills, N.Y., and
Ronald Stephen Kraft, son of Mrs.
Ann Kraft of Brooklyn, NY., and
the late Emanuel Kraft. Rabbi
Louis A. Cassel and Cantor Joseph
M. Pollack officiated at the cere-
mony which took place Sunday.
Nov. 7, at the Whitestone Hebrew
Center in Queens, N.Y.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Adrian Burns, as matron of
honor, and Marcia Sasser, brides-
maid. Lawrence Smith was best
man; Leon Pollack, a brother of
the bride, served as usher.
Mrs. Kraft, who was born in
Miami, was a member of the first
graduating class of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. A grad-
uate of Southwest Miami High
School and the University of Mi-
ami, she is a member of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. The bride, a cer-
tified public accountant in Florida
and New York, is presently asso-
ciated with a New York City CPA
firm as a senior staff member.
Janet Rabinowitz, Jeffrey L. Beck Exchange Their V
Janet Sue Rabinowitz became
the bride of Jeffrey Lionel Beck
Monday, Nov. 22, at 6:30 p.m.
MM. RON A ID S. KRAfT
Mr. Kraft, who graduated from
Tufts University with a B.A. de-
gree in Mathematics, was a mem-
ber of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
He is currently a systems execu-
tive with an insurance company.
After a honeymoon to Hawaii
and the west coast, the newly-
weds will live in New York City.
Candlelight Double-Ring Rites Unite
Rachel Schivanenfeld And Paul Baum
Hachel Schwanenreld. the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Schwan-
enfeld. 1507 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, and Paul Baum, son of |
Mrt. Regina Baum and the late |
Louis Baum of Brooklyn. N.Y,
were married Saturday, Nov. 20.1
at the Caribbean Hotel with Rabbi j
David Raab officiating. A recep-
tion and dinner followed the 7:30
p.m. candlelight, double-ring cere-
mony.
Mrs. Leonard Berg, sister of the
bri o, was matron of honor; brides- i
maids were Maria Gonzalez. Bar- I
bara Yanez and Linda Lindenberg. ;
Bndesmatrons included Mrs. Stev- j
en Schemer and Mrs. Randall
Fuhr.
Murray Baum was his brother's
best man. Ushers included his
brother. Irving Baum, Norton
Schwanenfeld. brother of the bride.
Leonard Berg, Zvi Hoff and Steven
Schemer.
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Miami. The bride-
groom attended New York Uni-
versity.
MKS. PAW BAUM
After a wedding trip to Puerto
Rico, the newlyweds will live in
Miami Beach.
TWIN CITY GLASS CO.
CUARAWTHD MfMOtS STOK fRONTJ fURNHURf TOW
ANTMJUE MIRRORS BE SILVERING
Plate & Window Glass Replacements
12M 16th Sh-Mt, M.B.
Clssed Saturdays
Tel. 534-29*7
POINSETTIAS
TBIPU ROT BAU..
RAM IMG SPHERI
CJt AFTED DM WHY
BOOT STOCK
2 Tt OU> PtAMTS
Sv5
2
WEIT #Kl!
MEUMDOR MfiSERY
HTM H.W. 7* AVtNW
U t. 441 lOt/TM 0#
S. 4 I* *>
Wl 7-71
OLA DM MTMCNAMOi
French Alencon lace; she carried
a cascade of Georgiana orchids.
The attendants wore floor
length gowns of candy chiffon
with white Venise lfcce and light
pink grosgrain ribbon. Their
matching Came lot headpieces
were in light pink grosgrain. Each
attendant carried a cascade of
pink flowers with a soft light in
the center enhancing her face.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. D. Stephen Toback;
maid of honor was Barbara Joy
Koff. Bridesmaids included Mrs.
Myron Beck, Linda Falk. Lynn
Gordon. Mrs. Raymond Kristall,
Ellen Faye Mintz. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Renfroe. Monica Ann To-
back, niece of the bride, was flow-
er girl.
Myron Beck was best man for
h i s brother. Ushers included
Michael Bacher. Frank Bramson.
Steven Falk, Richard Gordon,
Mark Mintz. Steven Oppenheimer.
Kenneth Renfroe, and Stephen
Toback.
Out of town kuost.s incl!lrtJ
f?HMVack v^Sfo
delphia. Mr. and Mm A1 7 ,VN
of Atlantic City, Mr ,2?
Emanual Glatt'of OntaS, *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol zSS,
mington. Del., Mr. and M J
Kotler of Phila,leiphia 1-
and Mrs. Al Konigsbere \fr 1
Mrs Murray SeW'J j
Michael Landy of New Yort '
The new Mrs. Heck
her Bachelor of Science nursing from the UniwrT
Mianu where the was a me
of the Student .Nurses' An
lion and Tau Theta Sigmi
nursing honorary. She was
da's Student Nurse of the
for 1970-71. Mr. Beck, who i_
ed his degree in Business Affl
istration from the Uniwreit,
Miami, is associated with 11
CPA firm.
After a wedding trip to ,
ca, the couple will live \
Dadeland area.
im. amtt i. kck
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz,
and the groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Beck. Grand-
parents of the couple are Mrs.
Jennie Mintz and Mrs. Etha Beck.
The ceremony took place be-
neath a suspended canopy of hot
pink chrysanthemums and carna-
tions, in the Mediterranean West
room of the Doral Beach Hotel
with Rabbi Sol Landau officiating
and Cantor William Lipson as-
sisting.
A cocktail reception followed in
the Grande Promenade and a
formal dinner honoring the couple
took place beneath the Starlight
Roof.
For her wedding the bride se-
lected a gown of white Imported
silk. The Empire bodice and A-line
skirt were completely embossed
with reembroidered French Alen-
con lace delicately beaded with
clusters of seed pearls. Her
sleeves were inverted lantern
shapings banded in the imported
lace with beading to the elbow
and ending in a cuff at the end of
the sheer puff of the sleeve. Her
cathedral length train flowed
gracefully from an oversized Dior
bow at her waistline. It too was
traced with embroideries of the
Alencon lace.
A butterfly French illusion veil
fell from her Anne Boleyn head- j
piece of seedpearls on matching
SEND FOR
THIS FREE INFORMATIVE
WEDDING BOOKLET.
BRIDE'S CALENDAR
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE WIDE
THE WEDDING CERE MONY
THE RECEPTION
PREPARATIONS HINTS
810 N.E. 125 St. 758-4774
15061 S. Dixie Hey. 233-2690
5739 S.W. 8 St. 665-3182
i
roiMii Will, IRC.
NAME............................................
ADDRESS...................................PHNE
CITY....................STATE.............ZIP ...
APPROX. WEDDING DATE
The
HOT
SPRINGS
NATIONAL 1
PARK
ARKANSAS
The Tale of the Tub
n 1804. settler* brought the custom of mineral water bathing to Hot Spring
_ -a tradition dating back to the ancient Greek and Roman bath*. ByP
will enjoy these utural anting waters in Modern bath accommodation* at the A0?.^
Theae baths help relax tired rauacles, ease tension* and relieve arthritic pain.
Fanulie*
nb delight in hiking and riding the' Ouachit. National Form trails. There'* twin*1"*
and folf M PGA courses and full family social prof ram.
Write er Phone:
EDGAR A. MAY, Manager,
(501) 823-7771
ARLINGTON
MottlJ
B9


joy, November 26, 1971
+Jewist> fkrldfon
Page 9-B
ClUlMA BETH BWU/AVT
mthia B. Brilliant
id Steven J. Herrup
Ian A June Wedding
[judge and Mrs. Meyer M. Bril-
ant. 5835 SW 50th Ter., announce
engagement of their daughter,
(ynlhia I?eth to Steven Joshua
errup, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
tor Herrup of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
andson of Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
ersh of Hollywood and Mrs. Sadie
errup of Pittsburgh and Miami
ch, and great-grandson of Ben-
min Samuel of Pittsburgh.
iss Brilliant, a graduate of
rral Gables High School, is a
rnior in the Medill School of Jour-
Jism at Northwestern Univer-
|t\. Evanston, 111. Her junior year
~iudy was spent at Lancaster
imersity in England. Mr. Herrup
la luatf-cl from the Taylor All-
price High School and will re-
live his degree from Northwest-
rn University in June.
The wedding is planned for June.
/VA Council Meeting
The third council of adminis-
j-ation meeting to be conducted by
Sally Levy, president of the
["pnrtment of Florida Ladies Aux-
li.vv. Jewish'War Veterans of the
inited States, in St. Petersburg
Jiday and Sunday, Dec. 4 and
will be hosted by the Abe Ader
Dst, it has been announced. Mrs.
e\ y will be accompanied by her
la.f officers and representatives
the various auxiliaries in the
iti\ Reservations may be made
contacting Schraft's Motor Inn.
K) Golf Blvd., St. Petersburg.
Cynthia Goodwin
Becomes Bride Of
Alan Greenbaum
j A Thanksgiving Day wedding
'united in marriage Cynthia Good-
I win of Miami, daughter of Mr. and
| Mrs. Donald Goodwin of Naples,
Fla., and Alan Greenbaum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Green-
baum, 412 SW 22nd Rd. Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiated at the 1
p.m. ceremony in R-eth Kodesh
Synagogue. A luncheon for the
family followed.
Attending the bride as matron
of honor was her sister, Mrs.
Steven Lyle, and Henry S. Green-
baum was his son's best man. The
bride chose a long gown of peau
be soie trimmod in lace, and a
short tulle veil.
The bride attended schools in
Smyrna, Tenn. The bridegroom,
who attended the University of
Florida and graduated from the
University of Miami with a major
in Psychology, is presently a child
care worker with Dadc County
Youth Hall.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the newlyweds will live in Miami.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTM0 ftEPAIMM
11trvmg Dad* CftVfltf 0tr 25 YmtI
lllll S.W. 141k ST. in *-***
YOU'LL LIKE OUR
Custom Draperies
IUXIHIY FULLNESS. All ItbuC
I color chewrt. RODS INSTALLED
. DO IT WITH
:INE$SE" Cuilom Hci
cuse 271 Mi*
Post and Auxiliary
Hosting Party For
Underprivileged
Jewish War Veterans Post 330,
assisted by the Auxiliary, was to
holi its annual Thanksgiving
Party for underprivileged children
in Miami Beach at the Surfcomber
Hotel. The children were to be
served Thanksgiving dinner, given
toys and gifts, and entertained by
magic tricks by past commander
Joe Green. Ceil Rochwarg, presi-
dent, Evelyn Decky and Pearl Her-
man, vice presidents, and Pauline
Lazarus, treasurer are assisting
commander Alan Kruger anu' past
commanders Mickey Postol and
Abe Waldman.
The Auxiliary will hold a night-
club party at the DiLido Hotel,
Saturday at 9 p.m. under the
chairmanship of Evelyn Decky;
Ceil Rochwarg. will take reserva-
tions. Admission is paid at the
door; all funds will be used for
the rehabilitation of hospitalized
veterans.
a
Norman Bruce Brown Post
174 and its Ladies Auxiliary
will hold a joint donor dinner and
show at the Americana Hotel, Sun-
day at 7 am. Specially invited
guests for this occasion will in-
clude Mrs. Billie Kern, president
of the National Ladies Auxiliary,
Mrs. Sally Levy, Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary president
and Peter Bluesten of Hallandale,
commander of the Department of
Florida, Jewish War Veterans.
Auxiliary president Claire Green-
wald and Post commander Lenny
Davis will personally host a hun-
dred members and guests.
MRS. RAYMOND FRANK DORTER
Betsy Cyd Smith,
Raymond Dorter
United in Marriage
Betsy Cyd Smith, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Smith, 4460
Pine Tree Dr., became the bride
of Raymond Frank Dorter, son of
Mrs. Francis Dorter and the late
Benjamin Dorter of Miami Beach,
in a candlelight ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple,
Saturday, Nov. 20.
The bride selected a long gown
with an Algonquin lace bodice; its
train of silk organza featured in-
set lace panels. Her veil was of
silk illusion.
Mrs. John Norton served as the
matron of honor, and a cousin,
Cathy Kelly, as maid of honor.
Jean Kelly was junior bridesmaid,
Diane Kelly, flower girl; and Joey
Knglander, page boy. John Norton
was the groom's best man.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. Maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Ed-
mond of Miami Beach, were hon-
ored guests. Out of town guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Brockman of New York City.
Mr. Dorter, an electronics engi-
neer, is presently employed by
Graphic Sciences, Inc. The newly-
weds will live on Normandy Isle,
Miami Beach.
If* Confirmed!
Suzanne Popkin Bride
Of Fred K. Shochet
Suzanne Popkin has confirmed the report that she is now
Mrs. Fred K. Shochet, wife of the publisher of The Jewish
Floridian.
Details of the recent event were not revealed, but reliable
sources reported that Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Max Lipschitz,
close friends of the couple, performed the nuptial ceremonies
before members of the immediate family.
The new Mrs. Shochet is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Hertz of North Miami Beach.
B'NAI ZION CHORAL SOCIETY
Burnett Breeskin, Director
Invites men and women to join the Chorus which rehearses every Woo1, at
7:30 P.M. at Ma Fisher Jr. High School, 14th St. and Ponn. Ave.,
127. HYMAN J. FL1EGEI, President. Call 532-7115.
i
w*omuiiiiM':n'(i:miin:rii;'in:ii
mi iHUMliiii.......i...........nil urmrrn nrirrnmn itif "~nmmnni.Tinn.lTnm
PLANS FOR YOUR SOCIAL EVENT
Begin With Your Invitation
We offer the finest in Engraving and Thermograph?.
You will be delighted with oar complete line of
Menus, Matches and all Table Accessories.
Coll For An Appointment With Our
Social Consultant Today
Smarti Parties, Inc.
523 Arthur Godfrey Rood, Miami Beach 532-8111
LePotpourri
9461 Harming Avenue
864-7251
BRINa THIS At-' FOR 100 PERSONALIZED NAPKINS FREE
WITH EACH INVITATION ORDER
mi -'u t hm i leaBBwai I mirnii iuwiiiuiiiiiiiiiihmiiii"iiw......hi :l1 "" SMSI !!*
*************************
%
t
*
Coffee or ice tea.
Refreshing.
Pappagallo.
THE
SHOP
FOR
Because vou deserve something better.
278 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 445 3551
;*':'
i High-Stepper Fashionable block heel in
(two-tone suede combinations. Camel/Dk.
Brown, Navy,Wine, ("ray/Black $29
Ml HP W
H*9*ww****P*9^***w****9WWw9w^r^
THE LARGEST
AND MOST BEAUTIFUL SELECTION
FINEST QUALITY CONSERVATIVE PRICES
OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
**/
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
StxHU;

MOa.kUulUOiUikl.l. A,

~,F
wt. '-lira i
Exquisite Gift
C0L0MIIAN WALL HANGING
Nonfood* ii Sooth Anarico
Moioificoot Color CoMbiaatioHS
features
Unique Holiday Gifts
(Boutique Items
) Throw Pillows
> Wall Hangings
from around the world
Native Art-Molos-Pottery
-Ooyx-l*ot**r-lToss-Foori OPEN M0N.-FRI. 9 TO 5
130 N.E. 40th STREET
Store #9 Phone 754-4761
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*p $50.00 .,-
****************************


I age 10-B
+Jeni*t> Itc-rkHam
Friday, November 26. ity
r
Serendipity
by Sally Spael
B
I
V
lu

its Janet Sue Rabinowitz became the bride of Jeffrey Lionel
k. Monday, Nov. 22, she was feted in a round of parties.
Mrs, Hano DuhWn and Mrs Louis Falk were hostesses at a
uncheon" at the Kings Bay Country Club. Everything was very
h and Hie table arrangements were unusual. Decorating the tables
le large bride-maid dolls carrying baskets of flowers which the
.\ ...'.ihts took home.
Millii (Mrs. Joseph" Pomerance was hostess at her home for a
I mpt ,i, luncheon and a miscellaneous shower. Each of the four
t. les was centered with a decorated umbrella, under which was a
Watering-can-container filled with fresh garden flowers. An unusual
fi \tuiv of the luncheon was the tape-recording of good wishes Irani
b ; ii -i which Janet reci Ived
A "new" kind of shower was the "his and hers gag shower" that
\- .k pine at the home o! Norma and Samuel Gordon, neighbors of
t Rabinowitz family. The lood was scrumptious and the parly de-
lightful.
Winding up the round of parties was the elegant luncheon given
Mrs Nathan Davidow and Mrs. Fivd Sandier for 28 guests at the
I lid William Hotel. The theme was 'The Bells are Ringing for
J fl and His Gal' and white wedding bells were all over the tables, i
The pink horseshoe table had a centerpiece of pink and white carna-
OS surrounded with white bells trimmed in lace.
Lottie (Mrs. Emit) Morion en-
tertained the "Night In Italy"
committee at a tea recently at her
home to complete plans for the
hall which will take place at the
Dora! Beach Hotel. Dec. 4.
Reservations are limited to 400
and it's always a sell-out. The
"Night In Italy" ball which bone- ,
fits the Opera Guild has a hard-
working committee who cam- to ''
the ball looking glamaroius and
relaxed.
Among those attending the tea
were Mrs. Max Kern, Mrs. Rea
Hulsh, Mrs. Bernard Perlman. Mrs. ;
Roliert Swart burg. Mrs. John Sha-
piro, Mrs. Walter Lebowitz. Mrs. i
Morris Lapides. Mrs. Sam Liiby.
Jr., Evelyn Mitchell. Mrs. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. Harry Si-
Security Council Should
Examine Sadat's Claims
LONDON (JTAI Some
members of the House of Lords
believe President Anwar Sadat's
claim that all possibilities for a
peaceful Middle East settlement
have been exhausted is serious
enough to bring before the
*\jnited Nations Security Council.
The matter was brought up
by Lord Brockway, (Labor)
who was to!.-: by the Undersec-
retary of State for Foreign Af-
fairs, Lord Lothian, that Sadat's
statement would have to he
studied carefully before decid-
ing whether to bring it before
the Security Council. He added
that he was seriously concern-
ed" bv Sadat's remarks.
MRS. EMU. MORTON
Mrs. Morris M. Herman, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, presents a gift of
needles and syringes donated
by Dr. Abraham Bolker of Mi-
ami to Dr. Isaac Camrass, head
of the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center's Occu-
pational Health Department.
Mrs. Herman was in Jerusalem
on a Hadassah Youth Activities
Study Mission.
mane, Mrs Syd Mass, Mrs. Ted Bodin. Mrs. Ralph Shere and Mrs.
J hn Porte.
ft -it it
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Weidberg entertained last Thursday night
fl< a dinner for 21 guests at Westview Country Club.
& H A
Leaving for a quickie trip to Euroiie in January are Barbara and
N tman Weinei and Carol and Michael Clein.
ft -ft ts
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will have an exhibition of new paint-
j gs by Miami-born artist, Elaine Ehrenkranz, the week of Nov. 22.
Featured will be her "Bridge Series" which won several national ex-
hibitions, and wire displayed in Japan. Cedars' art chairman, Mrs.
Carole Savin, has announced that the Ehrenkranz exhibit will be open
free to the public. Part of the proceeds from sales will go to the
for their contribution to Cedars' building fund.
a -fr Miami Chapter of Hadassah, composed of 22 groups, had a mast
I r, BSful luncheon this week at the Diplomat Hotel. The more than
750 ladies present enjoyed the program which included a fashion show
fabulous BoJOgh jewels and decorative pieces. Herbert M. Schoen-
t rg, vice president of Balogh Jewelers, Inc. was the commentator.
Mod) Is were Hadassah members Mrs. Morton Getz. Mrs. Michael
T USman, Mrs. Joseph Lisa, Mrs. Jules Minkes, Mrs. Franklin Kreutzer.
? s. M.rvyn Siskind. Mrs. Louis Reiner, Mrs. Leonard Brodsky. Mrs.
Harry Tush. Mrs. Larry Gold, Mrs. Simon Gold and Mrs. Harold
Issenberg.
The psesident of the Miami Chapter is Mrs. Morris Herman; chair-
man of ihe luncheon was Mrs, Jack Cohen who did an extraordinary
Dr. Alan Pollack was the guest speaker.
An unusual trio donated their services and played during the
erni n "iih then- father, Mark Marks (an attorney). They call
es the Mark III orchestra, and their ages are ii. 13 and 14.
ft ft
The Women's can er L ague of Miami Beach is sponsoring their
incbeon L> 16, al the Fontainebleau Hotel, and Melvyne
.'ii' It's a complete' SELL-OUT. At the luncheon, a
' > i" CO nplel 'lie promised pledge of
ich will purchase the neuro-accelerater for Mount Sinai
Hospi al Thej havi work d eight years and are presenting full pay-
I ahead <>i time. The ui heoi is 1 Ii underwritten by sponsors,
II funds w 111 go to ;ii' tumor clinic.
Now calling Miami Beach home foi six months of the year is
E die Saretsky who has urtmenl ia the Imperial House,
ft ft ir
Visiting friend thi week, I found out something I didn't know
.... The Lowe Art Museum of the
t ] vi Itj of Miami h aux Arts Rental and Sales Gallery. You
prints, p tt hangings for j our homes
d offices for two or three months. After Irving with it in your home,
decide you with to own tin I | fee Is d duc-
from the purchase price.
CABANAS FOR RENT
HOTEL NEW YORKER
For Season Reasonable
1611 Collins Avc. Miami Beach
Telephone 531 5502
ATTENTION
Factory Direct
Distributorships Available
With Compact Cleaning Systems
For complete information
Call Collect 714-772-2811
Rick Cloud
Area Development Mgr.
Inferttate Engineering
Anaheim, Calif. 92806
Wometco Theatres
;k
Pj^tmfflj
I CLINT EASTWOOD
PLAY MISTY FOR ME
...anImitation to termr...
1 -"-'- I I -". I
EM
Mastroianni
and Deneuve
The Bienenfeld family of Miami Beach are this year's re-
cipients cf Shaare Zedek Hospital's Maimonides Award
the first family to be so honored. Pictured following the ores^
entalion ceremony, which took place last Saturday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, are (from left) Morris Bienenfeld, his
wife, Rose, their daughter-in-law, Dolly, and sen, Jerome.
Ambassador Arieh Eilan, Israel's envoy to Burma, con-
ferred the award.
LONDON PET CARE
5920 So Dixie Highway Open Mop Thnj
EXPERT GROOMING ALL BREEDS
CALL 665-7628
For Aupotnlme.'if
No Tranquili/prs or rVlu?/te$
U-CAN RENT. INC.
ROLL AWAY BEOS
IGlSTtttDSY THI
IT All BOASO O* HI AITH
tMJC.'W*,..................... 261-7771
MMHMsMsaSMBBMMWBBI II j j
Miami's Newest Entertainment Concept
Star theatre
on the ocean Jl i, sh SI Miami Be.uh flj 11141
THI R WCfMBF.R:M-|AV ARW
IH( EXPLOSIVE ROCK(>PFR\
JESUS CHRIST
SUPERSTAR
THI K I VM M^ JfJ 2'
TOTIC- FIELDS
ALIZA KASI1I
JOSE GRECO
flAflALOrXA
FR' 11 BRU \W- 4 |1
IHW WILLIAMS x
JK1 ltBRL\R> 18 :>
ALAN K!<3
LENA HOME
IRI \HRi H in "
STEVE LAWRENCE
EVME OORME
MILTON BERLE
fK M\R( H ii v'"- J
TOM JONES
BOX OFFICE AT DEAUVILLE NOW OPEN
For Information Call: 865-6713
Prices (all shout, all limesi: $8.50, 7.50, f>.5u
Croup Sales call Mrs. Ellen Kaplan 864-0847 or 661-9311
Ticket Acenciet |ORDAN MARSHFort i.iuderdalc. Miami Had
land. Ihtfft Pompjn.i West Palm Be.uh. Hollywood MSS
CAULOIS Lincoln Road, B..I llwtjOUl Mall, IJudclaml. SAXOS>
& SDes rcx HOTELS
Convenient self-ser\HP p.irkmg located within w.ilkin^ ii -' <
a low. low SI 10
exciting DOC RACING
TON!


jay. November 26, 1971
rJimUli fk>ridiaii)
P&ge 11-B
une Roth, A Dynamic
Author Of Cookbooks
u
ISv SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAX
f Juno Roth's adage tiiat -i cook
, good 88 her rocliR's is true,
mUSl lie a aoir,\ cook. The au-
,.;' the excellent "Lot's Have
llnipch Cookbook" (Simon &
lus ,!, $3.95) is a charming
nan. a happy wife with a con-
led husband, the proud mother
;i son attending taw school and
tarried daughter, and a beam-
grandmother. She and hor hus-
d. Fied, were here to visit hor
, nis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spie-
t Hollywood when I Inter-
her.
[rs, Roth had written nine cook-
k; prior to "Let's Have a
u ch Cookbook," which is In-
,1 tor |x o;>le who want to
nt elegant, but easy, brunches,
trsts many recipes brfore she
s her selections for inclusion
any volume, and believes that
i nd m >re women are search-
ibr good new recipes and arc
king a hobby of collecting cook-
iks.
i ng, she stated, "is a ere-
vi i form. But the old concept
standing all dly over
it stove is long gone. Modern
venlenccs in the kitchen, tr ez-
iv(! i"iil and fro/en fo >ds per-
a woman to develop her cul-
pv talents and yet fun-Mion in
the roles required of 'he fe-
our m Kksrn society."
ilv author of cookb >ok>
ics stimulates Ix>th un-
. ,'nd amusing events. One
the latter kind Involved a i>el-
'n"-t Mnd irate phone call to
home in New Jersey. The caller
tated her f r her cheese cake
which, she s.ed. was greatly
or to that of her mother.
i were over 2.00D ohooae cake
- but, like those for gefulte
"yo(jr mother's is always Ofp
However, tho temr*atlon to
t
charge or modify tho roeipe often
results in disappointment nofr-W-'
trlbutablc to the author, she i>oint-
cd out.
Mis. Ro h's previous took, "How
to Cook Like a Jewis i Mother"
Simon & Schuster, $3.95) follows
the religious dietary laws. Hero
one finds the author's inimitable
style of linking cookbooks inter-
esting ind entertaining even (or
'he male. She intersperses her roc-'
Ipes with a chattiness that mikes
author-reader relationship more
personal. She calk this hook her
bible of Ji wish cooking. It opens
with a few pages of cxn'-.n it; a of
tho role of the Jewish mother j
which :s completely unrelated tol
Portnoy's maternal ancestor. We j
teen (l that Jewish mother's rare-
"y impart their rreip.-s to their
daughters-in-law because "a long
is a m her keeps her recipes a
secret, her children continue com-
lr2 home for a meal." Tie old-
Cashj mod mother never kept meas-
u-. mi (its and if she was pressed
to demonstrate her recipe, she
would manage to send th watcher
[out of the kitchen for n .:\ iment on
I some ingredient secretly. .Tune re-
! some pi'. '"\t so that she could add
POI IS.
In addition to passing her per-
sonil taste t sts. all her recipes
must be easy to urlerstand and
require i not tco-lnvo'ved prepara-
tion. Above all. they must have B
(ourmel quality. Although s'v> uses
convenience fowls, she does n it
favor the use of frozen fancy vege-
table concoctions because of the
;: ice differential between them
and the home^prepared product.
As to prepared meats, "Id th"
buy* r bi ware." she says, declar
e:.; that quality control
with the local hutch r.
Happenings
When tho Dade County Young
Republican Club held its month-
ly political education session
this week guest speaker as
Marty .Murray, a member of
the Liberty Amendment Com-
mittee and ehaii man of its
Broward County organization.
The aim of this nationwide com-
mittee is to abolish Income tax.
fr t-Y -ft
Btohard C. Si-huliiiaii, \!ee
president of Biscayne Federal,
attended a one wook leadership
progiam, sponsored by the
American Savings and Loan
Institute, in cooperation with
the University Of Houston's
Management and Development
Center, Ho iston, Tex. Anotncr
savings and loan executive from
the .Miami area in attendance
was Marvin (. SHiappell, vice
president of Financial Federal.
BBW luncheon-Card Party
Bazaar And Rummage Sale
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a noon luncheon
and card party Tuesday in tho
. lub rooms of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association. (>.'5.">
N'K 167th St.. according to Mrs.
\ r n o I d Rothenberg, president.
Mem" crs and friends arc urged t"
.join them for lunch to raise fends
an tne chapters charities and ac-
tivities. For reservations, call Mae
J-choiifiold.
Yeshiva Day School Women
Plan Get-Aquainted Coffee
Mrs. Jacob Chcrnofsky. presi-
dent, has announced that a spe-
cial get-acquainted coffee and
business meeting of the Yeshiva
Day School Women will take pla Monday at 8:30 p.m. in 'he home
begins', of Mrs. Barry D. Schreiher. 1150
NE 171st St.. North Miami F.eaeh
As part cf the American Legion's "Service to God" project,
Skeily McLecd Pest 257, North Miami Beach vi&ited
Temple Adath Yeshurun recently. Shuking hands
with Rabbi Milton Schllnsky after completing the arrange-
ments is Don Donahay, chaplain of the Post. With him are
Auxiliary president Duane Raimondi and pest commander
Al DeBella.
KAY'S HOME
DECORATORS
( iiv to in made slipcovers,
cloth or plastic. Yours or
our materials.
861-1482
June Roth, through h r b i >ks
eontributi to happy eating. Her
j next ho k. t'ready compli ted. if for
lien and w "lien who live a Ion ?.
IP stessos for the evening will
inclu.'e Mr-. Samuel Click. Mrs
Milton J. Gottlieb and Mrs. Stuart
Gross.
TOO can be SUM of the BEST of -
T NOW SHIPPING FLORIDA S FINEST FRUIT
2164 PONCE DE LEON Corol Gobies Tel. 448-5215
New :md UiuimkiI
PLEXIGLAS
GIFTS
TABLES $20 i>
LAMPS $7up
MAGAZINE
RACKS $18
WINE RACKS-CUBES
Creative Plastics
8770 S W. 129th St.
2336534
BY
\ MAICO
'Motevet vor .,., you ca
"ioy tne happiness ol norm,,
well. You can take pait in
roily discussions; rn,oy
social gethorinqs; conduct
Business normally! use the
telephone; enjoy chinch
"<, music, television .
YOU CAN HtflU ACiAIN!
MAICO
HEARING AIDS
SERVICE
Suite 101 8, DuPont Center
16 E. Flasiei St.
PlioiKT 377-1655
JUST--OPENED
GOLDEN'S
Uniforms and Maternities
. .FASHIONABLE UNIFORMS AND ACCESSORIES.
COMPLETE OUTFITTINGS FOR THE EXPECTANT MOTHER
HOUSEDRESSES, SHIFTS, LINGERIE
DRESS SAMPLES AND COATS
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
16776 N.E. 2nd Ave., North Miami Beach 651-4992
Weekdays and Saturday 9:30 5:30
GRAND OPENING
NEW COPACABANA APT. HOTEL
STOPI
Ocean Front at 36th St.
LOOK!
New Pullmanettes. 11.3 Self Defr. Refrigerator
Formica Cabinets. Heated Pool
Built in Range. Card Room
T.V. in each room. Beauty Salon
Air Conditioned. Weekly Entertainment
Full Hotel Service
LISTEN!
Special Get Acquainted
Rates for first 25 Reservations
5315301
"WOULD YOU LIKE TO LOSE WEIGHT?"
WE HAVE A MW 16 DAY PIAN THAT s7"o7bi-------;
GETS THE WEIGHT OFF QUICKLY & fm brochure I
KEEPS IT OFF! ---------------------'
Coll For Consultation
DIET WATCHERS OF FLORIDA
20i HSC4YM eouu'. n m <'<>

COLOR IL___x
_U
T
LOWEST
RATES ON
THE BEACH
U.S. GOVERNMEN'
LICENSES
NATIONAL casaTH
520 N.E. 167 ST. 949-7469 or 949-7460
MULTIort SINGLE COLORED
24
DELICIOUS
COLORS
COMPARE AT $13.50
COMPLETELY
INSTALLED
INCLUDES
CARPETING
40 OZ. RUBBER PAD
CUSTOM INSTALLATION
SCULPTURED
NYLOW
LONG WEARING
FIBER
CHOICE OF COLORS
COMPARE AT
$7.99
EASY TERMS AVAILABLE
FREE SMOP-AT-HOM SERVICE
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9-6 MON. & WED. TIL 9


Page 12-B
fJewist ncridlian
Friday, November 28
Broward District Of ZOA
To Hold First Open Meeting
The first open meeting of the
year will be held by the Broward
District of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America Thursday, Dec. 2,
at 8 p.m., according to Sam J.
Perry, president of the district.
The meeting will take place at
Temple Sinai's Haber-Karp Hall,
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood.
One of the highlights of the
open meeting will be a first hand
report on the Middle East from
historian, author and lecturer,
Seymour B. Liebman.
Mr. Liebman, who is considered
one of the South's foremost au-
thorities on Middle Eastern af-
fairs has lectured at the Hebrew
University (Jerusalem), Brandeis.
Columbia and, the University of
Mexico. He has taught at the Uni-
versity of the Americas, Florida
Atlantic University, and Jews Col-
lege of London, and is currently
lecturing at the University of Mi-
ami School of Education.
Mr. Liebman, who has received
grants for research from the Me-
morial Foundation of Jewish Cul-
ture. The American Philosophical
Society, and the Henry E. Hunt-
Ington Library, is the book critic
for the Jewish Floridian and also
reviews books for the Miami
Herald.
A past president of the South-
east Region of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, he is a past
chairman of the South Florida
Zionist Council and a member of
New York and Florida Bars. Mr.
Liebman is also a member of the
national Board of American Pro-
fessors for Peace in the Middle ;
East and of the American Histori-
cal Association, as well as the
American Jewish Historical So- j
ciety. An inspiring and informa- ]
tive lecturer, he will discuss "The
Bubbling Revolution in Israel."
Rab^i David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai, and a past
president of the Southeast Region
ZOA, will discuss the program of
the Zionist Organization for the
coming year. Rabbi Shapiro is a
member of the National Executive
Committee of the ZOA and has
been cited by the national organ-
ization for his outstanding efforts
on behalf of the Scholarship Fund
of the Kfar Silver Agricultural
High School maintained by the
ZOA in Ashkelon, Israel.
A special entertaining musical
program of Israeli, Yiddish, and
cantorial selections has been ar-
ranged by Cantor Yehudah Heil-
braun, of Temple Sinai. Refresh-
ments and a social hour will fol-
low the program which is open to
the public. Assisting Mr. Perry on
the arrangements are David Har-
ris, Hyman Rohrlich, Morris Kris-
tal, and Peter Bluesten.
Friendly Social Club
Marks 11th Anniversary
The Miami Friendly Social Club
will celebrate its 11th anniversary
Sunday with a 6 p.m. dinner-dance
at the Israelite Center Temple.
3175 SW 25th St. Entertaining will
be Cantor Nathan Parnass, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Winnirk. (accordion-
ist and singer) and a group of
western dancers. Max Garshag.
president of the organization re-
ported.
The function is being held as a
benefit for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Israel Emerg-
ency Fund campaign. The com-
mittee in charge includes Mr. and
Mrs. Kalman Friedberg. Joe Sho-
kolsky, Mrs. Minnie Stieglitz. Mrs.
Lillian Silver and Mrs. Blanche
Klein. Historian is Mrs. Mary Sar-
kin; publicity chairman is Mrs.
Goldie Garshag.
Crown Hotel Opens Dec.|
On Strictly Kosher Basi
The Crown Hotel, one. of Miami for its first
"Beach's most luxurious oceanfront
hotels, was recently a-equired by a
well-known hotel family, and will
reopen Dec. 2 on a strictly kosher
basis.
Attorney George Nachwalter
will be guest speaker Monday,
Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Uni-
versity of Miami, student union,
before a Tau Theta Sigma
honor society meeting. His sub-
ject will be "Medical Negli-
gence." Nachwalter, a U-M Law
School graduate, is a past pres-
ident of the Florida Municipal
Judges Association and of the
South Miami Bar Association.
Auxiliary Sponsoring
Social Evening Sunday
Harry H. Cohen Surfside-Bay
Harbour Auxiliary 723, Jewish War
Veterans, is sponsoring a social
evening Sunday at 8 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Bank. Nor-
mandy Ls!e. Mrs. Abe Lisansky
will preside.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Reiner,
founders of the auxiliary, will be
honored. A feature of the evening
will be the obligation of new candi-
dates.
/#

Clip and Save
!#
L
This Ad Worth $1 Save
m\
ALERT RENT-ALL
'You Need It Well Rent It !"
SPECIALIZING IN CLEAN SANITIZED RENTALS.
ADULT ROLLAWAY BEDS ALL SIZES,
DRESSERS. TABLES & CHAIRS.
JUVENILE EQUIPMENT
BEDS. CRIBS, STROLLERS. DIAPERS,
PLAYPENS, HI CHAIRS,CAR SEATS, SWINGS ETC.
INVALID RENTALS
Wheel Chairs, Walkers, Hosptial Beds, etc.
Call ALERT RENT-ALL Now !
dade 371-5263


Clip and Save i
s. broward 927-2260
Si&rta
MATTRESS CORPORATION
FACTORY DIRECT TO YOU!
SAVE UP TO 50% OR MORE!
Siesta's King Size Grande 11 Piece Set
$351 Value for only $*|Q9
This is what you get:
Super King Size Mattress
2 Matching Box Springs
Heavy Duty Steel Frame
Luxurious Quilted Spread
King Sue Fitted Sheet
King Size Flat Sheet
2 King Size Pillows
2 King Size Pillow Cases
15 YEAR GUARANTEE
BUY NOW AND SAVE!
8750 S.W. 129th Terrace Phone: 233-2110
18144 N.W. 2nd AVENUE (Hwy. 441) PHONE: 625-9953
5853 WEST FIAGIER ST. uat w....1 m w>Phone: 667-2116
The 252-room. 15-story Crown,
a landmark resort hotel, is situated
directly on the beach in one of the
most fashionable areas of the city
at 41St. and Collins Ave., add-
ing to the sophisticated "new look"
which the Berkowitz family be-
lieves will innovate kosher hotel
operations.
With the acquisition of the
Crown Hotel by the Berkowitz
family, longtime operators of ho-
tels in this vacation haven, it seems
as though a new trend in kosher
hotels is beginning to take hold.
Instead of the more traditional
type of kosher hotelkeeping such
as one might find in the Catskill
borscht belt or possibly right here
in recent years, the Berkowitzes
have started the "elegant trend."
Not only will the newly-refur-
bished Crown feature European-
style dining on a glatt kosher
basis, but when it opens its doors
I
kosh also feature a posh nighj/JI
top entertainment ace
Murray Berkowitz plu
the firm. Kashruth iWul
pervisioni will be reuk
the Union of Orthodox
Congregations of AmetkT
Berkowitz said.
The Crown is the thitfk
series of kosher hotels w
Berkowitzes currently are_
on Miami Beach. The Sei
located near the world-fai
coin Road Shopping Mall
on the Atlantic Ocean at
and Collins Ave. is one of
Beach's best known hoteh]
150-room Sea Gull is one
few vacation tstabUsh
this city in which even- n
an ocean view.
The Sea Gull, which
year round, as do many oft
urious non-kosher hotels on 1
Beach, is only a block awq|
the 180-room Coronet
20th St. and Collins Ave.th
hotel in the Berkowitz.nn(
The Coronet also is loo
rectly on the beach.
ATW
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
WHOLESALERS
FOREIGN&DOMESTIC
VISIT OUR MODERN NEW FACILITIES
IDEAL LOCATION w
' P.i'metio X Way
S' ..
ATW
4809 1 1 =- c
CALL US FOR INFORMATION
ROAD TESTS & INSPECTION
PICK UP & DELIVERY
LOANER CARS AVAILABLE
4801 S.W. 75 AVE. MIAMI, FLA. 223"7JtI
JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS
SALES, SERVICE AND PARTS
I
PUBLIC NOTICE.
WE NOW SELL, INSTALL AND SERVICE
0MC STERN DRIVES
SOUTHERN
MARINE SUPPLY
1JM1 S.W. 17 An
J33-MI1
HUSQVARNA
llUW1* W4U MoDELs READS F
* SO. FLA'S LARGEST DIRT BIKE
Dealer
* NEW LEATHERS JUST ARRIVED!
* ALL PARTSALL MAKES
* EXPERT REPAIRSBob Hamilton
* SELECT USED BIKES
* DEALER FOR:
DKWMAICO SPRITE
HUSQVARNA-MONTESA
* TRAIL BIKE ACCESSORIES r^-
ALL MODELS READS' F0H
IMMEDIATE DEUVERS
MOTORCYCLES UNLIMITED
290 WEST 79th PLACE MIALEAH 823-OW* ,


November 26, 1971
*Jewisli florid fan
Page 13-B
**
rf Saftowifz Martin Simtovic Seoff A1/'//cr Allan Horowitz
fhan Gotland Jery/ Schofel
I.LAN S. HOROWITZ
n Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Horowitz of North Miami
will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
alurday, Nov. 27, at Temple
th Israel.
n is an eighth grade student
n F. Kennedy Junior High
t>'. He is a member of the
p Club, a Miami Dolphin
and Mrs. Horowitz will be
at a Kiddish following the
ps, and Alan will be honored
[dinner in the evening at the
Hotel.
of town guests will include
unt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
^einwol of Laurelton, L.I.,
his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Sam Wortman of Kew Gard-
v'.Y.; a cousin, Henry Scheck-
lof Charleston, S.C., and Mr.
Mrs. Gary Kalas of Tallahas-
ir ir ir
SCOTT MILLER
(tt Miller, son of Mr. and
i ay E. Rosenberg, will
a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
rah, Saturday morning, No-
tr .'7.
an eighth grade student
I S Junior High School.
enjoys tennis, football,
and handicraft.
ii the services, a lunch-
noring Scott will bo held at
Among the guests will
iilparents, Mr. and Mrs.
nin Tobler, residents of
York and Palm Beach, and
land Mrs. Albert Rosenberg
Miami lieach.
ir ir
IKRYL SCHOFEL
yl Doe, the daughter of Mr.
Irs, Harold Schofel, will be-
a Bat Mitzvah Friday even-
iv. 26, at Temple Menorah.
lyl Dee, an eighth grade stud-
at Nautilus Junior High
M. enjoys music and plays the
ir -A
BRIAN MARKOWITZ
Jinn Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs.
pert Markowitz, 9121 SW 19th
Kill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
Temple Or Olom Saturday,
.27.
Han, an eighth grade student
"tockway Junior High School,
received many awards for his
Us skills.
[ie Onog Shabbat as well as
Kiddush will be hosted by
fn's parents in his honor. A re-
ion will take place Saturday
pini; for friends and relatives.
hong the family attending will
Brian's grandmother, Mrs.
lam Markowitz. Out of town
P'< will include Manford Mdrk-
'z of New Jersey,
"fr ir ir
DANIEL GREEN
anlel Green, son of Mrs. Char-
Grief and Lewis Green, will
par Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 27,
;i a.m. in Temple Nor Tamid.
pnlel is a student at Nautilus
1 High School and attends
Id Religious School. He
ma and science, and his
1 golf and playing piano.
Thomas Cassel
Stevtn Simon
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Daniel's
honor will take place at the Al-
giers Hotel, Saturday.
ir ir ir
LISA WINTON
Lisa Winton, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. Arthur Winton, will ob-
serve her Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation Friday even-
ing, Nov. 26.
Lisa, who attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High School, is an A
student, and serves as vice presi-
dent of the Honor Society. She is
also a student in the Hebrew High
School at Beth Torah and an of-
ficer in the U.S.Y.
In Lisa's honor, her parents will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the services. They will also
host a dinner at their home Sat-
urday night.
Out of town guests will be her
great aunt and great uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. David Becker of Roch-
ester, N.Y.
ir iz ir
ROBERT SAKOWITZ
Bridging centuries and seas to
blend religion with history, Rob-
ert Kenneth Sakowitz became Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 20, at the
Mikvp Isruel-Kmanuel Synagogue
in Willemslad, Curacao, the old-
est synagogue in the Western
i [emisphere.
Robert's pilgrimage was similar
to that of his brother, Alan, who
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at the
Synagogue Shaare Shalom in
Kingston, Jamaica with members
of the oldest surviving Jewish
community in this hemisphere.
Thus, in each instance, the
hemisphere's Jewish pioneers are
proudly recognized by the Bar
Mitzvah who shares with them the
common heritage of their faith
and the everlasting bond that
exists between Jewish people all
throughout the ages. It is with
this identification with their peo-
ple that Robert and Alan find ad-
ditional meaning.
Robert's parents, Ruth and Ted
Sakowitz, his sister, Eileen, and
brothers Alan and Richard accom-
anied him to the Netherland An-
tilles. Mr. and Mrs. Sakowitz host-
ed a Kiddush at the synagogue in
Robert's honor.
Robert attends Glades Junior
High School where he is in the
eighth grade.
A member of a pioneer Miami
family, his paternal grandparents,
the late Asriel and Rachel Sako-
witz, were pioneers in community
affairs. The maternal grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack C.
Lippson of North Miami Beach.
ir ir ir
RICHARD SWIFT
On Saturday morning, Nov. 27,
Richard Even, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice N. Smift will be
railed to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Sinai of North
Dade.
Richard is in the eighth grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, and attends the Temple
Sinai Religious School. He is a
member of the B'nai Mitzvah
group at the temple, and of the
Boy Scouts of America.
Among the out-of-town guests
attending Richard's Bar Mitzvah
will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eisen-
berg, Evelyn and' Joel Weber,
Irene Kopelman. Phillip Kasten-
I'auni, Lois and Si.I Fassberg, Mac
fnd Ruth London. A dinner end
reception in Richard's honor will
be held at the temple Saturday
evening."" **
ir ir ir
JONATHAN GOLLAND
Jonathan Michael, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Golland,
will become a Bar Mitzvah at the
Beth Torah Congregation, Satur-
day, Nov. 27.
Jonathan, an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High
School, is a member of the tennis
team. He is also a member of the
fourth grade Hebrew Class at the
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School.
In Jonathan's honor, Mr. and
Mrs. Golland will host a dinner-
dance at the Doral Beach Hotel
following the 5 p.m. service.
Honored guests will be his ma-
ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Oxman and his paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Golland of Philadelphia, Pa.
ir ir ir
MARTIN SIMKOVIC
On Saturday morning, Nov. 27,
Martin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Simkovic, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at the Waldman Ho-
tel. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross and
Cantor Ben Ari will conduct the
services.
Martin is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy,
where he is a member of the
choir.
A Kiddush and luncheon will
follow the services, and a teen
party for Martin and his friends
will take place at the hotel Sat-
urday evening.
Among the honored guests at-
tending will be Martin's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Stock; h i s great-grandmother,
Mrs. Sarah Weinstein, and his
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Harmon Mattox. Out of town
guests will include his great-aunt,
Mrs. Eva Butera, Mr. and Mrs.
Nate Krause and Mr. and Mrs.
issy Bluman.
ir -^ ir
THOMAS CASSEL
Thomas Drew, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marwin Cassel, will be
tailed to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Nov. 27, in Temple
Emanu-1 !1.
Tommy Is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ransom School, and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El's Sunday
School and tiie Afternoon Reli-
gious School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a luncheon at the Doral
Beach Hotel. Honored guests will
be his grandmothers, Mrs. Mana-
Zucca Cassel, the well known
song writer, and Mrs. Lee Hyman.
ir ir ir
STEVEN SIMON
Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Simon, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sho-
lom, Saturday, Nov. 27, at 10:45
a.m.
Steven, a student of the Beth
Sholom Confirmation Class of
5733, is in the eighth grade of
Nautilus Junior High School, and
plays the drums in the school
band.
In honor of Steven, his parents
will host the Kiddush Friday
night and a reception and dinner
party at the Eden Roc Hotel,
Saturday night.
Honored guests will be his ma-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Jack
Cohen of New York City and Mi-
ami Beach, and his paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Simon of Miami Beach.
Among the out of town guests
will be Steven's uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cohen of
New Jersey, and his uncle, Ber-
nard Cohen of New York.
Bazaar and Rummage Sale Iand rummage sale in the temple's
_. social hall at 6500 North Miami
The Sisterhood of Temple Tifer-1 Ave. Sunday and Monday, Dec. 5
eth Israel is planning a bazaar | and 6, from noon to 6 p.m.
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S ^
BUSINESS!
fUMDAFftST .xns|
tM stai*i n trw pswBfcg.
tor *cm*CutM 1B
ANNOUNCES ITS
E.O.Y. SALE
OVER 100 IMMACULATE
PRIVATELY DRIVEN &
CAREFULLY SELECTED
LEASE CARS MUST
BE SOLD
MOST CARS HAVE BALANCE OF 5 YEAR
OR 50,000 MILE FACTORY WARRANTY
70 CADILLAC
Sedan Deville Silver. Write Vinyl roof, White
Glove leather interior. Full power. FM-AM
Stereo, Door locks. 1 runk locks, T iT Wheel,
new tires. One owner, in mint condition
PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
69 MARQUIS 4 DR.

Top ivy Yvlluw, o.irk Green
i-mr Bl.ii >> Padded Top. Foil Poor
"I Ell'i l WinJuws. Low miles.
ri.ulrs A^^epltd.
SAVE HLNUREDS OF DOLLARS
769 PONTIAC
in. lod
driver.
V
Cui
U.irk Green Interior
eiack
,'...i I-(1 Top l"uli Puwer, Window ,ind St.its
I OVV MILES. DRIVER Economically priced
s2195
69 OLDS 98
Luxury Scd.in. G-jld- Matching Cold Interior.
i i p.i.ldi-d t.'i' Power window^ b way
-.it. fwii powrr. l> *v Miles. 1 Driver, Tr.nJi
Ai i i ptccl.
KAV HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS
70 FORD WAGON
STATION WAGON. Blue with Matching Blue
Interior. Auto Trans.. Power Steering. Power
Brakes. Factory Air Conditioned. One Driver.
Low Miles. Trades accepted. Like New
VACATION PRICED
."<
70 IMPALA CUSTOM
.' D i H.T'tl T >fi D.wk Blue. Sand.. wn.>d in.
Wlnte P.n!(lf(l Top AUtO Tr.ins. PuWf
Stn-i "'(. power i r.ikes. factory .i r Several
i e (i iii Inver, Low Milei
PR CED rOR QUICK SALE
70 CADILLAC COUPE
Coupe Deville Bnvberry Green, Dark Vinyl
roof. Green spun nylon interior, full power
AM-FM Stereo. This car in absolute mint
condit.on Must see. PRICED WAY BELOW
MARKET VALUE,
70 RIVIERA BUICK
Dessert Glade finish. White all vinyl bucket
seat interior, Console. Auto shift, full power
elec. windows, 4-way power seat, AM-FM
Radio, Tilt wheel CLEAN LOW MILES
.
\RY : in
'. .,.. 11 i rk Browr Leather Int erior R| ige
. nyl Top Folly quipped AM FM ste reo
dm. Cru se Contro . Power Door Locks pow-
w nrtows 1 D nver. Low Miles. B ink
1 .. .,, "1 T i.Vlri Ocrcpted.
I v V r t". NDRF DS 0^ DOLLARS
" .
69 CADDY CONV.
3* hi" Dark Drown Leather Interior. Fully
E(,U pivil Includmq AM-FM Stereo radio
,-ifiri Cruise Control 1 Driver. LoLw Miles.
Pru/ed for immediate Sale "*-*.*'
53695|
DANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
TRADE INS
ACCEPTED
%m.
GUARANTEE
BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
AUTO
LEASING
1545 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACH
DADE BROWARD
532-5421 525-93001
-


Pafa 14-B
*knisl ftr.rMi.-ar
Friday, November 26.
m
bituarles
Handsome certificates designating the recip-
.ents as guardians of Torah ere presented
oy Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of
:he Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, to
leaders of the Miami Beach school. From
left are lacob Modansky, Oscar Manibsr,
Rabb* Gross. Samuel Reiuhard and Louis
Cohen. Ceremonies were held ct the home
of former Miami Beach Vice Mayor and Mrs.
Joseph Malek.
Services Meld For Yiddish
Poet Jacob Glatstein, 75
NKW YORK (JTAJ K'.moral
sen lce were holii Sunday for
Jacob Glatstein, renowned Yid-
iish author, poel and journalist
who died Friday at tho age ol 75.
He was the first and only editor
of the World Jewish Congress' !
h.Miration. Folk un Volt, and lor
vcais columnist for the j
E3ay-Jcwiah Journal and Katnpfer.
Born In Lublin, Poland. Mr.
i ilatstein earn to the UJ5. In 1914
and studied law at New York Uni- )
versity. He began his literary |
r at the age <>f L7. Ha wrote ,
12 books oi poetry, three novels
and fi\o volumes oJ essays, with a
sixth scheduled Par publication
shortly.
nv, imm Urn pn ...., ,
Jew lah Commiiu-i A*ti
board ,.i ,i,
>" A].i.-. ami ni.-ml,.
laraal Survived |
Mm. Fanm, ,-.L
Ml'.- "Nil.. |,
dale and i.......
nural wn-l
Mver>lde m,,
innndy I u r
GLEITSMAN. Sadie 7! ,
Miami Gard< i... u "', '
GOLAS.lv,..,.,. .
IVER, Alex il
MILLER, Manui ,. .
nlde. I
Fashion-Conscious Attend
Temple Enianu-Ers Dinner
SUSkIN
Bj FE1.K K SCHWARTZ
-'harming and gracious Bea
. .ink. together with husband
>.im. received the State of Israel
Shalom award at the Temple
nianu-KI Dinner of State held at
" e Diplomat Hotel.
She wore an all-ovar iieadexi
ver anil gold gown, the V-neck
id wrist cuffs embellished with
quins. The beading on the bodice
as carried out in a delicate tulip
sign.
Dr. Irving Loin man's wife.
lie, was elegant in a black.
lor-lqn&th sheath, with long tap-
ed sleeves, the bodice darned
ith black beads and tvatued a
i bow at the empire waist.
Avner idan. who recently as-
- med the port ui Minister of la-
plenipotentiary to the United
states, was the eloquent speaker
the evening. His delightful.
no, wife, Rivke, who graced the
as with him, donned un especial-
'. prertj French Jcrse flowered
ln1 with three quarter sleeves
the blues and greens from tho
iditerranean
Chairman of the boat committee
i e Mui i> ene Koi etzky.
no chose an ankle length
ack Chester Weinberg in
epe with a ham', of ruffles
' the hem and on the edge of the
lag cape.
Wife of the presidenl ol T
Mrs. Hethert S
hie Trigi
. wn in soft shades of pink. The
on decollete bodice fea-
red a wide ban! at I waist
a ith 1 hinesti i
Mrs. Henry King Stan 11 I. wift
the president oi the L'niven
Miami, looked mos
i floor length iii.--
k, sleeveless bodice seqtdned in
all ietals of lime and fuschia.
A dramatic rending Incorporat-
in tho Monorah lighting
onies was performed by Davida
id Hap Levy. She looked ex-
isite in a Leonardo i he's Pucci's
rtneri bold geometric print of
Uow, black and white knit jer-
>. It was Hod high around the
k with a matching scarf.
Active commi'ity lead)
1 lien Kssen. lit a oamtte oosn>
mornting an bnpartsait date for
e State of Israel. Ufa, Bma
oked ravishing in a long gown.
1 silver an i taffeta skiit had a wide
ouoc# at the hem: the to-.i, in
ack cut velvet, had long Sleeves
ad a cowl neck.
Mrs. Milton Jacohson was at-
I'red in a floor length black crepe
leath. the long-slee\el Nviu-e
ineel with black beads in a
leafy, floral design.
Master of ceremonies for the
vening was Baron do Hirsrh
Meyer. Hk inch wife. Poii>.
chose a silk print knit from ttalj
,.i hot pink, green and white witn
! empire waist. She topped hei out-
it with a gold envnetod close tit-
ling hat in today's lauBl fashion.
A Trigere sheer woo! mid-call
.1: ess in black was the choir* of
Mrs. Jo*1 Rose. It was high at the
neck and decorated with small
bugle lead on the lacy overla..
I odies.
Mis Cussie Amdur donned an
attractive full length silk file of
subdued pink, beaded at the
square neck and at tne pockets on
each side.
Wife of the vice-president .if the
I'ii-st National Rank of Miami
Reach. Mrs. Alan Masters, wore a
crushed velvet iiideacent blue ami
purple decollete gown featuring a
p inverted pleated skirt.
Coming ail the way from Ken-
dall for this special event wore
Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman.
Natalie is the daughter ol tong-
i e.e Temple Kn-.a.-ni-Ki membeis
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman.
Her choice was a black custom
i-.aile Trevira knit side siit sheath
v.nii sequined halter nock
criss-cross straps at the back.
Mrs. Flora Frev
Named (hiiirmnii
The annual luncheon of the
Florida Women's Division of tho
National Parkinson Foundation
.'ill take place at noon, Saturday,
Dec. 11, in the Cutil'ion Room of
he Eden Roc Hotel. Mis. Johanna
Bergmann, Women's Di visi on
president, has announced. Mrs.
Flora Prey has been named chair-
nan for the cent which promises
to be the most outstanding e >nt
of the year.
Harrj m '. died Thursday at
Parkwas General Hospital. He re-
nlded .., ll*S Buy
Di
retired
.* M I-. -1 year*
\* .inn after I'uiia-
Student Art Auction Set At
Florida Atlantic University
Tl-.e Art S Atlantic L'ni-
Raton, a. I hold i: =
I ill art auction, Satui
Dec 4. Previewing will begin ai
10 a.m.; the auction will i. at
noon in ('. m patio
Original work in all fields
kyed ind lii
- .. I | .
making.
by this -.-A will
- I speaker*
.mi ;..-
Ine At"
Ruth MoMahon, famous enter-
tsuner and comedienne, will higb-
ight the oii'ei tainmeiit imig'um
it the luncheon. M.s. Kiev said.
Sylvia (Sunnyi Ross, opera and
iti singer, will direct the en-
tertainment program.
Reservations! and tickets ma) !
>ec.ued b) phoning M.s, Dsrg-
.naiiii. Dorothy GUI, Henrietta Ki-
nal or Feme Schwartz,
Oholei Torah Family Picnic
The Oholei Torah Women'.-.
- i > Ing i ;ala familj
picn! I i pa' nda and chil-
ol Oho] S .:,. 11;- from
to 5 p.m on the Cl andui
Pat k picnl ds !'"s .^ and 6
..i.i he held for the e\ lusiw use
t i Mrs
;: an Katz,, pi i -
a. The m udes
: but h M dot -. |K>p
i cake and -
IMP
inn one < 'li-
lanteta uii-.i^-.,!.-
' woolen l.u-int-s.*.-
e* in N V t-
,Ur ll:i-,-'l 'I '
,. ,. i :, '! the
K,ml..rly Hotel In
Sunnj Is!.- ., 'i
b c ;, ni well-
known locall) w
a r.'>uii. Ml Bill
km \i:i- alno :-
ll\-^ ip 11II
I -I.lt. 1>, !< -.Mi',1
at,(I wh* ani'-nc thf BHTOt -u .--
iul bn>ker In the area Ha nraa
ri.-,.,i>ii>u- for numeroui, ,r
tlonM involvlns lante ronfimerdal
pr..,...,',.- .-,.., :.iii> hotel* and
npartmenl l.uililiuKs, In Dade Coan-
ima Inlands He M-i
.t,,-.l the -:.! "f ihi- I'liiirt'
Inland of Poinctana In North Mlanil
Bern h, :. two million dollar "
t,in Htii pronennltj for Rueeenv In
field he how u.i- u.-ll-
known hj lii- many n
i,U-. .-- tro,uaintance Ml Su-kn,
-u- \ \ i by h1- w :: i.Illlan, .
. Herbert, diiuah-
:> r- i:. ', \ 'ill i SV.....'mere,
I.I. aind S'l.-ri Aon KHbeii "f South
Miami 1"- ulster Maria Pouter ot
m B., bmthem, Vathan and Harold
'<( S v and i grandchildren Serv-
li u.-r,. h. 1,1 ::t Urvi raid* Me-
morial it...-, Xormandj We Kn-
u ni'.n i f. Ik a, 'i at i ..il....-iili.
Mi !,-
un- Mr.. Vort*l lin
auzin. i:,i .
,A\.- Gordon. In,
Ringel. Anna, :
-III-
VOUNG, Btmoi
Ml: : .
BRODER. Da\ I. :
wide Inte-nii,., m, n
FISCHER. Altl.
.-r.-nl.- Inivrin. -.
0?Ivu"' 8U*n"
SCHWARTZ. Harrj
Are M R Bin.
SCHWARTZ. |,|,
Ave.. .Ml: Blaal
SILVERSTEIN. i
Blvd.. Ml! Klvi
STRASER. Hnrrv,
Vv.-. m.p.. Xl
ULLMAN, l,.il
Itith > Rlvrn.nl,
BERNSTEIN. War,
tnth Avp. OordV i
GOLDMAN. |,
- -
' "l-lil A),
pt Ml!
'
:
:-'' y
Ml'. B,

I
IKKSMA.N
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HKI'.KBY ". I \ l: V Ihol
lh ,r ,'i ..t.
... i. Us I D
. : !-'.<:: I'KR.MARK ,i-
-
!:_-.:
'
Rl ISI R \TH'\-
i. -.: \ .-
:
lHA.M JACK ,., I',,in-.
'I !! ..,-.-,I a n uj 1 |
A M lam i v h resident _
A m4n -
II.- riuh, K*.\M. Mi-
am, Beach P wer Squadron, Ufa-
r>( Bi II !. I
.-.,> Ctaib, tnutee i Bron i
Mo mint, K)mp> Baj Y... !:
'' Ub M 11 T. n,l. I
H
I: ikuI) n. ,,.- -
Henrv I. H B .
M R ,; .-',. M..,io Bol
H lale, Arthu, : Win-
.'.. I -
Hai i l>
IVinthi Maaa A
n Mam..
J ,l\lll
,i VVakefii \| -. SerVM-ei. \,. .
-
d bj
.: aki .:
:
-ill.-
HELLERMAN. I:.I.
Klvarald*
Jacobs. William, : ., ,,..,,
Mil Gordon
MERMELSTEIN, I
Ki\er-i,i>-
GOLDBLATT, I
Av... M B K
KATZ. Hamuel, : :." XtB
Sr BlaxberK
lustig. Irvine
u> M B Levin
SCHMERTZ. M |dn
s.ille lr M I! II
SWARTZ. Max. J Son
l-le Blaaberit
TEMPKINS. vi..... |
H -M II I evil, I li rme, I >l
DELFINER. M ,n
81 Riven, li
HARRIS. Patri, -I IS
IT M II RIvel
NOTARIUS. Am
"._'m.1 Si : kirsch. I ana
M IS |{iv..--i,|.
POMERANTZ. Bel "i
vve. M.II Rivei
SPINDEL. J.,. U,.
Ave Ml' 1
WEINMAN, r; IS, Tl, i
n bh rivi
OEUTSCH. .1. -. l '
I :-.!.
GROSSMAN.
I lla, .1 !:. i
morrison m ::
\ v. Mill.
ninal
NESSEN.
V' \l I! i"
NEUMAN ,'i
,:.I. M IS Rlu
STARK. .Iul.- I M
I iiemenl \l, \-
stern. : ai i Hi
.. idi
ZIEGLER. CT, lk< I '
. Ave; M l< II
BOTTEN5TEI'<
\ 11 \
CAPLAM. Mil "
I>- \, : Rlu
FEINETEIN. -'
,\\- Ml'
FRIEDMAN, r .
Av M.H x
GEi B, F I
GRANOFF. -
We., M.H I'
k AT/A! AN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE of action
(NO PROPERTY,
IN ThE CIKCUIT COOrtT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-2?773
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX i:i: Thi oi
n \vn> pami'ka.
Hu>.
PHY1 I.IS PAMI'KA
Tl : PHYI I.ISC PAMfRA
It.
Y..ii. 1-HVi.l U ,- PAMltKA in
i lhat !.n a, I Ion (,.r
I i ..
you .r, r, -
,,uire r>f ynur writ -
1 i" il on ih,.
Petitioner'* attornev, 8IDKKV Kl"-
l', ,\'s, IX Ic-'e Mlemi
Florida JJ1JS and file the arq
with the un '".r,
,ne Tth das .>f J.-,,,
all win i.
1 a^auisi y,.u f.,r tlu- ,.'lir-f ,1. -
ded la n.....onmiainl or petition
Thi- i ',.,u be pwhllahed on,-e

^"i- IKWISH Kl.i'RiniAN
le'N'K AND 1:1 h:I:Ki> Miami
1 t-it.riii.i. ihb SSrd day of N,-v A.D
K R I RVTHRRMAN*. Cleek.
I'inui' Court, Dade "unir. Florida
Rl l: M KIRBRR
Deeaaty Clerk
I tftreuH i "..ii-i S--ill
Stt-VPV KTWOXHO^
I % Ride
mi. Florid
for Petli i
11 :
NOTICE LNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. E
aaae In
,;
HiH S.M
,i ,.-

unly,
ItOBERT AR1 and
' MIXIO All
11 J,
i. Hai
- ,. v \ '.'
-
moan;
I Z. ta i:.-,., i ..u 11
GELB. \.
MONUMENTS INC
0..V Ever, D,r Otae. W"
)4Q SW 57* Ave.v MO I*-
, Miami Oaly Slrkrty J'"
Monument Deabr
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JCOTICK IS HKHKB ,: >h|
'h.- fielil
L'Tii
I Xllnm'. Florid
k ..;' :! I'ir-
BOI'CATD \ -r< iv,
OEH \l.l I CAN'T, I ili
11 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'<>t:: l.s iii::i:i-., civkx thai
iril.L- la,
liuwli u, il, r thi .. ii- me of
XI'"!.K 1H.VIN a, 73 \K S
Mian; Florida -h|
rh the i
ui ',' i> i
  • I IKRAIN'N |m ,\1X
    iRfiv.M:ii sr-'.-\nv
    - H i!.....I m Butldlnt \... m
    ______^ 11 IM!kMI!-1
    NOTICE UND5R
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XCrTKTR IS HKRRH, UIVKN that
    Ihi un,ier^ipn,-'l, ,lesiri,!K ,.. ,- ngrv
    ii, htarineat andei !,. fk-titiou ime
    .r PrNoOTHIOS PUSA ai 1S Bird
    Avenaa \i ami FlarMa InlefMl* to
    ime Ith 'he Clerk uf
    I'ir.-ui, ,'.,! of Dade Count)
    I
    .! iAQPlN 11 ,v \
    li :-"'-_ 12-S
    frmcralV/upet
    M*mt*p'
    KbM'mi i' FUT}M"%!
    Crtreccorv Av*n.
    Florida Kun-prfU
    l*t'\rtrx Auo.
    J F DI
    865-2353
    >*. Cm* SM>
    Ojf. ifffe'wn
    jWEWM*^
    mttlMMM
    HOMi
    ISM CWX BvXAiVA
    fP
    EMANUEl GORDON-1946
    HARRY GORDON-1964
    IKE GO8D0N
    JAMES B GORDON
    ^Jordon 4-uncral Reform Conservative Orthodox
    CALL 373-5533
    I)!*


    November 26, 1971
    *Jewish fk-ridiann
    Page 15-2
    IEGAL NOTKE
    F
    rTl
    in.I
    h: A
    NOTICE UNDER
    CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    I IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    rrstgned, desiring to engage In
    under the fictitious name
    1. VEGETABLE OIL at 1010
    i.iiil Court, Miami, Fla. In-
    ,, register said name with the
    I tin Circuit Court of Dado
    Florida.
    LUIS A. I.OKii:
    11/12-19-26 12-3
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    Leventh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No. 71-2^734
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    l.\ RE THE MAKRIAQE OF
    IHtUK SEUUROLA, husband
    \ SE" IUROLA, wife.
    ,,r UBORU1NA BEGUROLA,
    I, ,. address: BO Orient Way
    New Jersey 97076 are re-
    L.,| |,, ii|,. your answer to the pe-
    ii for dissolution of marriage with
    I, rk of the above courl ami
    copy thereof U|>on. HERMAN
    Iien. ESQ., i.iio-ii Congress
    Miami. Florida 33132 on or
    .Ian. 7. 1'.'72. Otherwise a de-
    iMll be entered against you.
    ,; u IJ3ATHBRMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    llv : R M. KISSEE
    reull COUrl Seal)
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    LEGAL NOTKE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    .II. E IS HEREUY U1VEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    .business umler the fictitious nami
    K\ ELDING JIAfiTKRS Oh" FI.OR-
    it ls-.i B.W. 85th Avenue. Mi-
    l-la. intends to register said
    with the Clerk of the Circuit
    : I lade County, Florida.
    FRANCES liulttlllNEK
    11,26 12/3-10-17
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-21638
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IX RE: The Marriage of
    RANDY JOE BURLESOX, Husband,
    ami
    PATSY ETHEI.ENIS BURLESON,
    VVtfe.
    Y.n PATSY ETHEI.ENE BURLE-
    son, residence unknown, ARE
    HEREBY NOTIFIED to file vour
    written defense to this divorce with
    the (nuns Clark ami serve a copy
    upon Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON
    ZAMFT A. smith, 1512 Capital Bank
    Bids, .Miami, Florida on or bi fore
    the nth day of December, 1971, else
    the Complaint will be taken as con-
    fess, ll.
    DATED: November s. 1971
    r;. ti LEATHERMAN, CLERK
    BY: G. M. VYooi)ARl>
    Deputy Clerk
    (Clreuil Courl Seal)
    11 12-19-2i: 12 9
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    lOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Igncd, desiring to encase In
    Inesa under the fictitious name *if
    'PERMINT BAY CI.CH at 7r. Nli
    Street, -Miami. Florida intends to
    1 -aid name with the Clerk of
    Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Ida.
    LORRAINE DONIN
    .v \KD SISSMAN
    for Peppermint Bay Club
    ne Building. Miami
    11 ,2-19-26 12-3
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    iTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
    ffned, desiring to engage in
    less under tlitj. fictitious name of
    MS BEAUTY SHOP at ITln Alton
    ! .Miami Beach, Florida intend
    .ul name with the Clerk
    III Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Iridfl
    ISRAEL SOSNOWICZ
    s.\r.A BOSNOWICZ
    INI'.Y NORTON
    iorney for appllra*ntH
    I' I av in Did);.. Miami
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22050
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IX ItK:
    KEMP P. It IIOXXER, JR.
    and
    HAZEI. A. HONNER.
    TO: HAZEL A. BO.NNER,
    Residence Unknow n
    Address Cnknou n
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thai an action Tor Dissolution Of .Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to Berve a copy
    of your written defenses, if anv, to
    It on ROHERT H. BURNS, attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address Ik 3.10
    Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Florida,
    and in.- the original with tin dark
    of the above styled court on or be-
    fore December 22, 1971 j otherwise a
    default will be entered agnlnsl you
    for the relief demanded i 11 the com-
    plaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week fur four consecutive weeks
    in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said murt at Miami. Florida on
    this 121I1 day of November, 1971.
    E B. LEATHERMAN,
    As cierk, Cln uit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By: L. sn 1:1:1 iEN
    A- Deput) Clerk
    (Circuit COUrt Seal)
    ROHERT H BURNS, ESQUIRE
    350 Uncoln Rd.
    Miami Beach, Fla .".31-1241
    Attorney for Petitioner
    11. 19-26 12'S-IO
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATC
    No. 71-2924
    (JOHN R. BLANTON)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    BEATRICE TOBIAS
    Det'.is, tl.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Kstao :
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims MM de-
    mands which you may have against
    the .stale of BEATRICE TOBIAS
    deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges ol Dade
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided in Sect..... ;;::;
    16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
    in the County Courthouse in Dade
    County, Florida, within six calendar
    months from the time of the first
    publication hereof, or the same wlB
    be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th
    day of November, A.D. 1971,
    HAROLD M. WIENER
    \- Bxeoutor
    First publicatiim of this notice on
    the 19th day of November, 1971.
    LESTER ROGERS
    Attorney for Executor
    1454 N.\V. 17th Avenue
    11/19-26 12 3-10
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    TICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    business under the fictitious name
    A Y SERVICE at 14977 N.W.
    '"Urt. Opa Looka. Dade County,
    la intends to register said name
    I): the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
    11' tie County, Florida
    RAlsco, INC.
    HERBERT A COM)
    IN LEY D CAIDIN
    my for Kaisro. Inc.
    ' \\ !4U| Court
    eka, Florida
    11/26 It/3-10-17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    TICK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    1 ulerslgned, desiring to engage
    mess under the fictitious name
    AKVIC REALTY at 177 Ocean
    Drive, Miami. Florida intend to
    1 said name with the Clerk of
    Circuit Court of Dade County,
    1.1
    MAROBRY HOROWITZ
    V1CKI Rl'BIN
    \< '< IBSON, BLOCK &
    MET, P A.
    eys for Margery Horowitz and
    Rubin
    11 lit 12 '3-H-'-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NMmb LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    under Ihe fictitious name of
    IADBMY PREP SCHOOL at 417
    b.'.In Ro.oi, Miami Beach, Florida
    register said name with
    rk of O.o Circuit Court of Dade
    Uiily, Florida.
    AMERICAN
    SCHOOL. OF LANGUAGES* tNC.
    IB1 sh.i.ion x R,,s,., President
    F BAKU (IHOSS
    [ornij s for American
    eliool of Lvnguuge*
    Lincoln Road
    nn Beach, Florida
    ___^_ 11/28 12/3-10-17
    NOTICE UNDER"
    .., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Mil l( E is HEREBY OIVEN that
    umlersigned, desiring to engage in
    Lm!',','wS Ul"'cr the fictitious name of
    |Jtin s CATERERS at 237 North
    inn Avenue, Miami. Florida in-
    to register said name with the
    of the Circuit Court of Dade
    bunty. Florida
    III/mx < (IOODMAN
    jorney (or Terry's Caterers
    Bii. ,l'.i Bis.ayne Building
    ' "vest Flagler street
    nn, Florida .13130
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    -, NOTICE UNDER
    ,.-,,lc.TITIOUS NAME LAW
    < I B IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    I i"i!',''~ ""(l"r the fictitious name
    Ll ,',; N "TEL at number 1433
    sil* ,.,'"""'' '" be City of Miami
    "a. ilorida, Intend to register said
    ?>.'. .'' ""' rierk of I 1 "'"'' County, Florida.
    ..it.,1 ,, Miam, Florida, this 22nd
    .November, 1971
    I'lin.ip BLOOM
    ROSE bi ohm
    iKfivnei. 10r" imprest
    In s"ver
    I "in,,., fr App,|,.an,
    IUmi"^y """ding
    ami. Florida 33132
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4559
    (PRIMM)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    in RE: Batata of DoriiTHY RACER
    a/k/a DOROTHY UACER L'OHN
    Deceas. d.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    BHtate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired In present any claims and de-
    mands whioh you miiv have against
    Ihe estate of DOROTHY BAUER
    a/k/a DOROTHY- BAI'BR COHN de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of I>ade County
    and file the same in duplicate and
    as provided in Section 733.Hi. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first puldication
    hereof, or the same will be barred
    Dat.d at Miami, Florida, this 12th
    day of November, A D. 1971.
    WILLIAM BERTCHER
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the i!th dnv of November, 1971.
    DAVID S. Kl'MBLE, ESQ.
    Attorney for Bxecutor
    3ii0 Lincoln Road
    .Miami Beach, Fla.
    11 19-26 12 3-10
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name ol
    UNITED DISPATCH SERVICES Bi
    34dl N W 36th Street, Miami. Fla.
    Intend to register said name with the
    Clerk 01 the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    RENE LOPEZ
    DAVID ROMANO
    11 19-tt 12/3-10
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-21982
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IX RE:
    JOHANNA TA.MASSY KASZAL,
    Wife
    and
    TIBOR KASZAL
    Husband.
    TO: TIBOR KASZAL
    Matyas Fold
    Tancsles It 19
    Budapest. Hungary
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    rlage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if anv, to it
    on A. E. l'ACZIER, ESQ., GOLD-
    MAN, GOLDSTEIN & l'ACZIER. At-
    torney for Petitioner, 24(ii West Flag-
    ler. Street. Miami, Florida 33135, and
    file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before Dec.
    27th, 1971; otherwise default will be
    entered against you for the relief de-
    manded in the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall in published once
    each week tor four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN".
    WITNESS my hand anil the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this
    Mih day of November, 1971.
    E. B LEATHERMAN.
    As Ckrk. Circuit Court
    I lade County. Florida
    By: R. M. K1SSEE
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    A. E. l'ACZIER
    t;oIJMAN. GOLDSTEIN &
    l'ACZIER
    MOI W. Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 331.".."
    Attorney for Petitioner
    11/19-26 12 {-10
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    71-22445
    SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    In 11
    THE MARRIAGE OF
    PATRICIA (j IIETSEI.
    Wife
    ami
    CARL K. HET.*FX, Jr.
    Husband.
    TO: SOT CARL K HETSEL, JR.
    S.S, No. 4*9-80-9737
    ciaik Air Force Bus.'
    -Manila.
    Republic of the Philippines
    You, CARL K HETSEL. Jr.. an
    hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required
    lo serve a copy of your Answer 01
    Pleading to the Bill of complaint on
    the Plaintiffs attorney. MARSHALL
    B FISHER, 7914-A l"4lh Street. Ken-
    dall. Florida 33156 and file ihe original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the 31st day of Dec, 1971 11
    you fail to do so, judgment by de-
    fault will he taken against you for
    the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall lie published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 18th day of Nov. A.D
    E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
    1971.
    Circuit Curt, Dade Countv, Florida
    B\ : It. M. KI88BE
    I leputv Clerk
    (Clrcull 1 'ouri Seal)
    MAR8HAI I. II FISHER
    7914-A Ki4th Street
    Kendall, Florida 381S6
    Tele. 271 8082
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4919
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    III I!!! Estate of
    JACI ii: SI'INDEI,
    Dei eased.
    I u All Creditors and All Persona I lit
    ing Claims or Demands Againw s.,
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified qd n
    quired to present anj claim* uJoi de-
    mands which you may have Igaii
    tin- estate of JACOB BPINDEL d
    1 as. d i.,te ,,f Dade Count). Florid
    to the County Judges ol Dade Cout
    ty. and file ti,,. same in dupllen
    and as provided in Section 7:::: I
    Florida Statutes, in their off* 1
    the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coui -
    Florida, within six i-aleiidi.
    time of the
    Or the sain.-
    months from th
    publication hereof,
    be barred,
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17
    da) ol November, A D. 1971
    Jl< iRRIS SPINDFI
    JOSH REI'HIN
    As Executors
    First publication of this n
    the 26th day of Novt mbei
    JOSH REI'HIN
    Attorney for Executors
    1870 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, Florida 3313!)
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    tit
    .tie.-
    1971
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NO. 71-21937
    CORRECTED ORDER OF
    PUBLICATION
    HELEN M. SANDERS formerly
    known as
    HELEN M. GRBGORICH,
    Plaintiff,
    R. CASEY GKEGORICH.
    Defendant.
    TO: R. CASEY GRBOORICH
    3001 Edgewatcr Ijuit
    La Crosse, Wisconsin r.-lti'H
    You, R CASEY fJRBOORICH, are
    herehy notified that a Complaint for
    Partition has been filed agalnBt you.
    and you are required to si rve a copy
    of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
    SOL ALEXANDER, ESQ., 19 W. Flag-
    ler Street, suite 317. Miami. Florida,
    3313", and file the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    27th day of I.....ember. 1971. If you
    fall to do so, judgment by default
    will be taken against you for the re-
    lief demanded in the Complaint.
    The Property Involved in this suit
    is described as follows-
    Lot |, of RUSK PARK ADDI-
    TION one. according to the Plat
    thereof, recorded In Plat Book
    IB, at page 81. of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade County, I'lorida.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this llith day of November,
    E B LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: R If. KISSEB
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Sea.) ^^ ^^
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22051
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    MARY ROBINSON MASON
    DONALD W MASON. JR.
    TO: DONALD W. MASON, JR.
    Residence Cnknown
    Address unknou n
    YOU ARE HEREBY- NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage h;is been tiled against you and
    you nre required to serve a oopy of
    your written defenses. If any, to it
    on ROBERT H. BERN'S, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 864 Lin-
    coin Rd., Miami Beach, Fla., and file
    tin- original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before De-
    cember 22. 1971; otherwise a de-
    fault will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded in the complaint
    or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week tor four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said rourt iit Miami. Florida on this
    12th nav Of Nov.-nib. r, 1971.
    E B LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: I SXEEDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ROBERT H BURNS
    3r.O Uncoln Rd
    Miami Beach. Fla. 531-1841
    Attorney for Petitioner
    1 l/lft-26 12/3-10
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIOAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4580
    (FRANK B. DOWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    THAIR ML'CHA
    I i. .-eased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hax -
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of THAIR MCCHA de-
    ceased late of Diide County. Florida,
    to Ihe County Judges of Dade Coun-
    tv-. and file the same in duplicate
    and as provided 111 Section 733.111.
    I'lorida Statutes. In their offices in
    the Count:-' Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ly. Florida. within six calendar
    months from the time of the flral
    publication hereof, or the same will
    lie barred.
    Dated ill Miami. Florida this 89th
    da\ of October. A.D 1971.
    LEON MCCHA
    As Bxecutor
    First publication of this notice on the
    ."th day of November. 1971.
    HERBERT /. MARVIN, for the firm
    of LARSON AND .MARVIN
    Attorney for Batata
    777 N.W. 72nd Av. nue
    Miami, Florida 33126
    11 -,-12-1!'-2ti
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION. NO. 71-22664
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    in RE:
    BETTY JEAN SAXFoRD,
    PETITII i.v ER
    and
    Robert lee sanford.
    respondent
    to: robert lee sanford
    34 Morningside Avenue
    New York, New York
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if anv, to it
    on .MARTIN I). l.CRIE, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 48S4 N.W.
    7th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33127,
    and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or be-
    fore December 81, 1971: otherwise a
    default will be entered against you
    for the relief demanded in the com-
    I plaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    of said court at Miami. Florida on
    this 22nd day of November, 1971.
    E It. LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk, Circuit Courl
    I lade County. Florida
    By: c P COPELAND
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seall
    MARTIN D. l.CRIE
    HAMAR AND EERIE
    4sr.4 N W. Till Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33127
    Attorney for Petitioner
    11 26 12 8-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-2076
    (JOHN R. BLANTON)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    j MARION RICHARD P.EESE
    I lecensi d.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against sa
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and r-
    quired to present any claims at
    demands which you may have agulm
    the estiite of MARION RICIIAR
    REESE deceased late of Dade c,,u- .
    ty, Florida, to ihe Countv Judges
    Dade County, and file the same I
    duplicate and as provided in Sectii
    733.16, Florida Statutes, in then- ,, .
    flees in the County Courthouse i
    . Dade c......ty, Florida, within -
    calendar months from the time t
    hereof.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4779
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    ALEXANDER WBINBBRO
    I leceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have npnlnst
    Ihi estate of ALEXANDER WBIN-
    BBRO deceased late of Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, to the County Judpes of
    Dude County, and file the same in
    duplicate and as provided in Section
    733.1H. Florida Statutes. Ill theii ol-
    does In the County Courthouse In
    Dad. Countv'. Florida, within six
    calendar months from the lime of
    the first publication hereof, or Ihe
    same w 111 be barn d.
    Dated al Miami. Florida this Srd
    day of November. A.D. 1971.
    SAMUEL B. PEARLMAN
    As Bxecutor
    First publii iilion of this notice on
    the 12th day ol November. 1971.
    SA.MCEL B PEARLMAN
    Attorney for Executor
    407 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    11, 12-19-14 II 1
    the first publication hereof, or tl i
    same will be barred.
    Diited at Miami, Florida, this I-
    diiv of Nov., A.D 1971
    DAVID c HENDERSON
    937 -till Stie.-t
    Miami Beach, Florida
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice ".t
    the 28th day of November. 1971
    Rl 'BERT ll BURNS
    Attorney for Executor
    350 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    ll 86 12 8-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4S94
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    PETER RUDNICK
    1 >, ceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hai -
    ing Claims or Demands Against Bai
    Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mand* which you may have Bgaine
    the estiite of PETER RUDNICK d. -
    ceased hue of Dade County, Florid*,
    to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, iind file the same in floptical
    and as provided In Section 738.16,
    Florida Statutes, in their offices i
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendio-
    months from the time of the firs
    publication hereof, or the same will
    be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 17t.
    day of November, A D. 1971.
    JACK A. ABBOTT
    As Administrator
    c T.A.
    First publication of this notice i
    the 26th day of November. 1971.
    ABBOTT AND FRUMKES
    Attorn, v for Administrator
    420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
    11/26 12/3-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 74641-C
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    IN KE: Estate of
    ETHEL OREBNE
    ii Its ETHEL D QRBENB
    11. eased.
    NOTlCB is hereby given that we
    have filed our Final Report and Peti-
    tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
    charge as Executors of the estate of
    ETHEL ORBBNB a k 'a ETHEL D.
    c.REENE. deceased: and that on the
    8th day of pe, ember. 1971, will ap-
    ply to the H......ruble Countv .Unities
    of Dad,- County, Florida, for approv-
    al of said Final Report and for dis-
    tribution and final discharge as Ex-
    ecutors of the estate of the above-
    named dee.dent. This 9th day of
    November, 1971.
    WALTER KAPLAN
    FREDERIC STEPHEN ORBENE
    SPARBER. ZEMEL. KOSKLN AND
    HEILBRONNER P.A.
    A ttorney
    inn North Blseayne Boulevard
    Miami, Florida 33132
    )l 18-19-86 12 I
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22439
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
    JOYCE A. WINKLER
    Wife
    Robert K WINKLBR
    iin band
    To: ROBERT K. WINKLER
    (Residence unknown i
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIKIEI
    thai tin action for Dissolution of Mar
    i iii^.- has been filed against you an i
    you are required to serve a copy o;
    vour written defenses. If anv, to it on
    MARSHALL It. FISHER, attorne:
    for Petitioner, whose addresH is 7914-A
    H'4ih Sinet. Miami, Florida, and
    file the original with the ckrk .
    the above styled court on or before
    Dec. 31st, 1971; otherwise a delaul
    will be entered against you for th-
    relief demanded in the complaint o-
    petltion,
    This notice shall be published one
    each week for four consecutive week J
    ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the s.
    of said court at Miami. Florida On
    this 18th day of Nov.. 1971.
    E. It. LEATHERMAN.
    As Clerk, inuit Court
    Dadv County. Florida
    By: R. M KISSEE
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seall
    M UisiiAI.L B FI8HBR
    7914-A 114th Slr.it
    Miami, Florida 38156
    Attorney for Petitioner
    ll 86 12 3-11-17
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious nani"
    of El. MIND" SUPERMARKET ai
    1067 West Flagler Street. Miami, in-
    tends to register said name with th
    Cbrk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    PI 7. HOLDLNC CORPORATION
    By PEDRo j PERBZ, SECRETARY
    11 2li 12,3-10-17


    Friday, November 28
    SMART FOLKS SHOP FOOD FAIR'S mXXXr-XZ & SAVE I
    SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS... GET FINEST NAME BRAND GIFTS, FOR THE BIG GIFTING SEASON AHEAD
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 28c ON 2 CANS!
    kiiii
    BONUS SPECIALS! TENDER, JUICY WESTERN BEEF CUTS'
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
    IOAKHILL FREESTONE I UK u.>. L-nuK-t-wt^itKN
    PEACHES 11 CHUCK STEAK
    HALVES
    29-OZ.
    CAN
    c =
    CALIFORNIA
    ROAST
    LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES S
    OF $5 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES' H_
    ^^illllllHlllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllP ^flll
    LB.
    ALL FLAVORS
    FOOD FAIR SODAS
    2V
    190Z. AQe
    21-OZ
    MoirviM
    OTTlfS
    FOODFaiR
    Fruit Cocktail
    GOLDEN HARvES' OR DOuBlE IUCK
    Cut Green Beans
    I'P'ON WITH CHICKEN BROTH
    Noodle Soup SS 31e
    i?N e m ***** tOe
    Onion Soup Mn................pko 39
    FOOD FAIR } lg
    Saltines .....................rg 29e
    SVE 4t -FOOD'AIR J*J-
    Snack Crackers o 29*
    Save 10c SUCARYl mm^
    Liquid Sweetener wmi 79*
    Swift's Salads pkg2 S96
    'UNA CMtCKfN
    SAVE 4c-DELICIOUS
    HAWAIIAN PUNCH
    FRUIT
    JUICY RED
    46-OZ
    CAN
    Save
    FS1
    FOOD
    FAIR

    SUPERMARKETS
    FEATURES EFFECTIVE
    THRU SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28
    AT ALL FOOD FAI R AND FREDERICHS STORES
    EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
    AVAILABLE OWL* AT .TC.CS WITH SCftVlCC COVT[ll|
    ALL LUNCH MEATS ft CMCCSCS SLICCO TO O.OC
    Service /4tfdije* Vtftt.
    SAVE 80< LB. ALL WHITE MEAT
    TURKEY ROLL xz 98
    ilMnCMI -t*HK Franks
    lAVl TO. >t NlW *C*" V .!
    rtTmi
    s.tc- "-f.-:- s-oi;
    iMXtWUHmm
    Sv1 JO, NTGtaM O.0'SHK>i -JI-.n
    MeCMwOMkedSaiaMi 7t*
    5*t MJ. WVO-IS*. WrMtl| 0"COiO*0
    AbmHcm Prtctss CUttt 89'
    SfcttlU. 79'
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
    CROSSRIB ROAST
    BONELESS
    'OP O S CHOICE wevepn
    Boston Chuck Roast
    TOP US CHOICE WES'EPs
    Lean Ground Chuck .......u
    GA. FL>. GRAOE 'A' FRESH ICEO
    FRYERS %(
    ^4 I R9i quarti"': eBr
    GA flA GRADE A FRESH CED
    Fryer Whole Breasts ,
    GA HA GRADE A FRESh CIO
    Fryer Whole Legs ...........
    GA FvA GRADE A FRESH ICED
    Fryer Thighs .......
    GA flA GRADE A FRESH ICED
    Fryer Drumsticks
    SLICED
    51
    LIVER "
    WESTERN SaECTK
    OOANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20' ON 4 PKGS.
    ALL FLAVORS
    ROYAL
    Klll^ Mi
    BONUS SPECIAL! COME CHECK THE SAVINGS!
    GELATIN
    DESSERT
    3-OZ. PKG.
    LIMIT 4 PKGS. PLEASE.
    WITH OTHER PURCHASES
    OF $5 OR MORE
    EXCLUDING
    CIGARETTES
    C 1
    ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiP
    1 1^SSb>
    TOP QUALITY SWEET
    D'ANJOU
    tM*
    tf
    PEARS
    $
    f*?JBS*s

    cQ*
    GOO'
    CO**
    stf
    i "sga
    LBS.

    DON'1

    in
    SEASHORE'S PICKLES or
    SAUERKRAUT
    SAVE 20'
    QUART JAR
    FLO-SUN I MASTER'S-ALL FLAVORS"
    ORANGE JUICE YOGURT
    GARDEN FRESH SWEET
    GREEN PEPPERS
    BARREL
    CURED
    SAVE8
    SAVE 27t GOLDEN QUARTERS OR WM'PPf D ;6 STICKS;
    Mrs. Filbert's Margarine 4 g199'
    SAVE At FOOD FAIR
    Cream Cheese ...............r 29c
    SAVE 6t AH FIAVORS _
    Master's Dips ................cr 33c
    SAVE 4< All FIAVORS
    Master's Pudding '" 25e
    POWER 99
    59
    25
    C QUART
    CONTAINER
    I
    I
    6.. 99c
    BORDEN'S SLICED COLORED
    AMERICAN
    CHEESE -
    3
    1
    99
    SAVE 20C-OELICIOUS
    VITA
    CREAMED
    HERRING
    10
    :
    ;yt
    SAVE IOC!
    LOW FAT
    MILK
    I- HALF
    V GALLON
    CONTAINER
    BOSTON UGHT FROZEN
    Perch Fillets
    16-OZ.
    PKG.
    69
    FOOD W LOAP
    WISCONSIN FINEST SUCED CHEESE svc iw >ui>iu cult maw
    Swiss or Muenster ko. 79c Horn ft Hardart Salads
    COPE.ANDSREC- OR DINNER STYIE SA .E '0c HORN i HARDART
    Ail Meat FranksiS 59e Parfart Gelatins..................38? 49c
    All Meat Bologna i 59c Dutch or Pickle Loaf..........i& 69c
    FOOD FAIR CREAMED
    Cottage Cheese 2 69
    JAR
    SAVE ICk POTATO COIE SLAW macaroni
    ...cS? 3!
    SAVE 4- CHUN KING FROZEN
    EGG ROLLS
    CHICKEN
    LOBSTER
    SHION
    BREAD
    YOU CAN T BUY THIM ANVWHCRC CLSC (ftO*v)
    AtX StAKCO COOD* MADC WITH *imt VTCCTABLC fMOWTC*.
    1-LB.
    LOAF
    39c Hot Bog Roth t.
    29
    2^49*
    TOP QUAUTV NEW CROP UK
    Florida Oranges
    TOP OUAUTV INDIAN RIVER .
    Seedless Grapefruit 3
    ?W Sea^d Vtfi.
    AVAILABLE ONLY AT STOES HAVI*
    SERVICE SEAFOOD COUNTERS
    WHITEFISH
    GREAT If KJC
    L^KES ^yfl
    DEUCIOUS 1f|
    Florida Caught Mackerel *J
    mm mm m BOTTLE OF
    ALKA 25 TABLETS
    SELTZER
    $1.19 VALUE Bl
    ROLAIDS of
    FOOD FAIR FOR HIGHEST QUALITY FOODS at LOW, LOW PRICES!
    I


    Package Processing Log
    .logFileName { font-size:x-large; text-align:center; font-weight:bold; font-family:Arial }
    .logEntry { color:black; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
    .errorLogEntry { color:red; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
    .completedLogEntry { color:blue; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
    Package Processing Log
    4/2/2013 4:24:44 PM Error Log for AA00010090_02233 processed at: 4/2/2013 4:24:44 PM
    4/2/2013 4:24:44 PM -
    4/2/2013 4:24:44 PM Item title is required but not supplied!
    4/2/2013 4:24:44 PM -


  • MISSING IMAGE

    Material Information

    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    November 19, 1971

    Subjects

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

    Notes

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

    Record Information

    Source Institution:
    University of Florida
    Rights Management:
    All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
    Resource Identifier:
    oclc - 35317254
    lccn - sn 96027667
    ocm35317254
    System ID:
    AA00010090:02233

    Related Items

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

    MISSING IMAGE

    Material Information

    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    November 19, 1971

    Subjects

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

    Notes

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

    Record Information

    Source Institution:
    University of Florida
    Rights Management:
    All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
    Resource Identifier:
    oclc - 35317254
    lccn - sn 96027667
    ocm35317254
    System ID:
    AA00010090:02233

    Related Items

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

    Full Text
    " Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    |ume 44 Number 47
    Miami, Florida Friday, November 19, 1971
    Three Sections Price 20 c
    folks Uuder Way Regarding
    isposition Of Mirage Jets
    'i
    ERUSALEM (WXSl Of-
    ils here confirmed that talks
    ,. under way regarding the
    usal of the 50 Mirage jets
    ! for by Israel hut embar-
    \(\ by the late Pres Charles
    Gaulle on the eve of the Six-
    ly-\Yar.
    Israel, which in the past has
    |ised French offers to repay
    purchase price, partly be-
    ;<> of fears the plane might
    I. to a nation that might
    the planes against her. re-
    portedly decided to accept pay-
    ment after the French Air Force
    announced it will absorb the
    planes.
    The planes, rated as the
    world's finest fighter when pur-
    chased four years ago. are now
    becoming rapidly obsolete, and
    Israel can use the money. The
    French newspaper Le Monde re-
    ported that the planes had cost
    Israel $90 million but that the
    French government was willing
    to pay Israel $130-140 million to
    release them.
    Jewish Leaders Assail
    State Department View
    W YORK (WNSI Testi-
    ly of two State Department
    kosmen before the European
    ommlttee of the House For-
    Affairs Committee that Sov-
    ews did not live in terror has
    assailed by leaders of the
    nil an Jewish Congress, the
    ti-li Ixibor Committee, and the
    ji-l>efamation League.
    a joint statement. Theodore
    l National Governing Council,
    i.leazar Lipsky, chairman of
    commission on International
    niis. said they were "shocked
    outraged by the attempt of
    Slate Department to diminish
    severity of the situation fac-
    Soviet Jews." Attempts to di-
    the condition of Soviet Jewry
    relatively secure, they added,
    absurd in the light of arrests.
    I convictions and sentences
    Leningrad, Riga and Kishniev
    : ear."
    Jacob T. Zuckerman, president
    p>e JLC, called upon President
    Ml to repudiate the Depart-
    ing "attempt to minimize anti-
    [ i repression in the Soviet
    Ion." He labeled as a "travesty
    jthf true state of affairs." the
    (timony of Richard T. Davies,
    puty Assistant Secretary of
    Foreign Affairs that Soviet Jews
    are receiving "back-handed bene-
    fits" as the publication of some
    material in Yiddish and the avail-
    ability of Matzoh for Passover be-
    cause of Soviet sensibility to the
    charges of anti-Semitism. Zucker-
    man called those Soviet actions
    "tokenism."
    Seymour Graubard. national
    chairman of the Anti-Defamation
    League of B'nai B'rith, declared
    that although the Soviet Jews
    might not be living in a state of
    "terror," they are living under a
    "form of terror spiritual ter-
    ror."
    According to the Standard Col-
    lege Dictionary, "terror" is "an
    overwhelming impulse of fear, ex-
    tieme fright or dread; that which
    causes extreme fear ."
    "Who can deny," Mr. Graubard
    asked, "that some Soviet Jews,
    labeled as such on their identity
    papers, ever facing endemic de-
    nunciations are suffering from
    impulses of fear, fright and dread.
    "Unquestionably their lives have
    been reduced, to say the least, to
    intolerable nuisance by the perse-
    cution carried out against them
    by the Soviet Secret Police
    (KGB)."
    Rep. Fascell Issues
    Strong Statement
    WASHINGTON, D.C. Con-
    essman Dante B. Fascell ID-
    Pa i has given strong testimony
    behalf of the plight of Soviet
    wry in a statement submitted
    the F.uropean Subcommittee
    the Foreign Affairs Commit-
    ' of the U.S. House of Repre-
    sentatives.
    R p. Fascell urecd his c>l-
    9 to "join in bringing the
    noral force of 'the Congress) to
    ear on thvs ir>inlovi*>v situa-
    tion. No frnnn in htetorv has
    n dienminntfd arnint as
    i'idi>lv a"d as nersistctlv a< the
    c r'lt Ls indeed a ""'d eommnntarv.
    fn the wake of the holoeaust
    r>f this centurv that d'seriminn-
    tiou and persecution continue."
    Pointing to the Soviets' viola-
    tion of their own constitution in
    denying Jews the right of na-
    tional self-determination and
    cultural and religious freedom
    the legislator also noted the So-
    viet Union's refusal to permit
    Jews to emigrate from thai coun-
    try despite international recog-
    nition of the right of every in-
    dividual "to leave any country,
    including his own, and to return
    to his country."
    Mr. Fascell, a cosponsor of
    several resolutions which would
    express the concern of the Con-
    gress over the treatment of So-
    viet Jewry, expressed the hope
    that a strong outcry from the
    Continued on P9 I1"A
    AT CJF ASSEMBLY
    American Jews Asked To
    Raise $550 Million In '72
    PITTSBURGH (WNS)
    Louis A. Pincus, chairman of the
    Jewish Agency, has urged Amer-
    ican Jewry to help Israel "hold
    the line" to prevent that coun-
    try's economic situation from
    worsening.
    Mr. Pincus told the 1,500 dele-
    gates attending the 50th General
    Assembly of the Council of Jew-
    ish Federations and Welfare
    Funds CJFWF) that deterior-
    ating economic conditions might
    lead to a demand to a halt of
    immigration. But, he added, with
    the partnership of American
    Jewry, Israel "can and will" as-
    sure that every new settler will
    be welcomed, especially Soviet
    Jews who will have "an unend-
    ing welcome."
    Noting that Israel's economic
    problems were due to the de-
    mands of its defense budget, Mr.
    Pincus admitted "our balance of
    payments is in terrible shape"
    and added that despite this, Is-
    rael expects to integrate 50,000
    immigrants into her economy
    this year. He also said that the
    Agency must raise $625 million
    to provide for "the mounting so-
    cial and humanitarian needs of
    the 250.000 Israelis who live on
    a bare poverty level.
    After hearing CJFWF lead-
    ers declare that American Jewry
    must raise a minimum of $550
    million in 72 to provide for all lo-
    cal, national and overseas Jewish
    needs, the Assembly approved es-
    tablishment oi a special commit-
    tee to carry out proposed guide-
    lines for the support of Jewish
    day schools for which increased
    federation support was forseen
    for the coming year.
    The Assembly also adopted
    resolutions calling for increased
    U.S. aid to Israel and the sale of
    jets to maintain the military
    balance, urging the Arab states
    to end the persecution of Jews
    and restore their basic rights,
    and calling for religious, cultural
    and emigration rights for Soviet
    Jews.
    Increased participation of Jew-
    ish students, youth and faculty
    members in community affairs,
    making available "Jewish know-
    how" to ease the problems of mi-
    nority groups and the crisis in
    the cities, welfare reform, an in-
    crease in social security pay-
    ments, an expanded food: stamp
    program and other measures to
    aid the needy were called for.
    Max M. Fisher was reelected
    president of the Council of Jew-
    ish Federations and Welfare
    Funds at the closing session of
    the CJFWF's 40th General As-
    sembly in Pittsburgh, Pa.
    Presence Of Israeli
    Spies Sentenced By
    Egypt Is Revealed
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Six Is-
    raelis who were tried and sen-
    tenced to long prison terms as
    spies in Egypt more than 15
    years ago are alive and well and
    have been living in Israel since
    shortly after the Six-Day War.
    it was revealed for the first
    time Sunday.
    The six were principals in a
    sensational espionage case which
    led to the so-called Lavon Affair
    and a bitter political feud be-
    tween former Premier Davidi
    Ben-Gurion and former Defense
    Minister Pinhas Lavon.
    Two of the Israelis, Victor
    Levi and Phillip Nathanson were
    sentenced to life imprisonment;
    the others received sentences
    of from 7-15 years. None of them
    escaped from jail. How they
    managed to reach Israel remains
    classified information which the
    authorities will not disclose.
    All belonged to an Israeli es-
    pionage ring that operated suc-
    cessfully in Cairo during the
    early 1950s. The ring was un-
    covered by Egyptian police in
    1954 after an elaborate plot to
    sour relations between Egypt and
    the United States backfired.
    Twelve Jews were subsequently
    arrested and eight were found
    guilty of espionage. Two of the
    accused, Dr. Moshe Marzouk, a
    physician at the Jewish Hospital
    in Cairo and Shmuel Azzar were
    sentenced to death and were
    hanged Jan. 31, 1955.
    News Briefs
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Ambas-
    sador to the United States for the past three years, is slated to
    enter the Cabinet late in 1972 or early in 1973. it has been learned
    from reliable sources here. According to the sources, he will take
    the portfolio of Minister of Development, now vacant.
    LONDON (JTA) Three Leningrad Jews Vladimir Varnai-
    vitzki. Israel Liberman and Lazar Fridman were summoned
    to KGB (secret police) headquarters Oct 25 and warned they would
    be put on trial for slander of the state if they continued to sign
    collective petitions on behalf of Jewish rights in the U.S.S.R., ac-
    cording to Jewish sources. All three Jews have applied for migra-
    tion to Israel for themselves and their families.
    GROSSINGER. N.Y. The 58th annual meeting of the Anti-
    Defamation League of B'nai B'rith will begin Sunday evening in
    the Grossingcr Hotel. The three-day conclave will feature the pres-
    entation of the American Democratic Legacy Medallion at the
    Monday evening dinner.
    NEW YORK Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World
    Jewish Congress, who has arrived in New York, plans a three-week
    visit to the United States. He was joined here by Dr. Gerhart M.
    Riegner, secretary-general of the organization. Dr. Goldmann will
    address a number of meetings during his stay. His schedule in-
    cludes a report to the Plenary Council of the American Section, and
    lectures at Harvard and Princeton.
    JERUSALEM (JTA) The U.S. Embassy has presented to the
    Finance Ministry a check for some $5 million to help finance eco-
    nomic development projects. This sum was made available under
    terms of a 19G7 United States-Israel agreement for the sale of farm
    products. The loan was allocated for development of Israel's pres.v
    railway systems. laying of new tracks, development of agriculture
    and of public and government buildings. The money was given in
    the form of a loan at 4a4r; interest lor 30 years repayable in Israel
    pounds, officials said.
    BONN (JTA) The trial of two former SS members, Albert
    BrettSChneider, 62. and Richard Pal. 59. opened last week in Mann-
    heim. The ex-Nazis arc charged with complicity in the murder of
    Jews in Galicia in 1942 and 1943. Some 2.0.X) witnesses. 28 currently
    residing in Israel, were heard in preliminary investigations. The trial
    is expected to last about eight months.
    TEL AVIV (JTA) A conversion performed in Moscow by a
    three-member rabbinical panel headed by Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin
    was accepted last week in Israel. It was the first conversion per-
    formed in Moscow in more than 20 years. Chief Rabbi Shlomo
    Goren of Tel Aviv who inspected the documents submitted to him
    by a Soviet woman emigre said the conversion was in order.


    Page 2-A
    *Jeisti ncrkttan
    Friday, November.)!
    Cm i a j w T* Rabbi Gorfinkel
    Stanley And Joanne Tate To Addre8fi CIllb
    To Receive Shalom Award
    I
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Tate
    h;'\e been named to raeeiwe the
    State of Israel Shalom Award in
    STANLEY and JOANNE TATE
    recognition of their devotion tr
    the State of Israel, according to
    Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. spiritual
    leader of Temple Israel, and
    Michael Litvak. director of the
    Israel Bond Organization. This
    honor will be ci nferrcd ui>n them
    at the Temple Israel Dinner of
    State. Sunday. Dec. 5. in the Mor-
    ris D. Wolfson Auditorium of the
    temple.
    Stanley and Joanne Tale have
    been active members of Temple
    Israel since 1949. He serves as fi-
    nancial secretary and chairman of
    the building committee, and is a I
    member i>f the board "f directors
    and the executive committee of
    the temple.
    More than ever before Israel
    needs your help. Strengthen
    the State of Israelgive to
    the UJA and buy
    ISRAEL BONDS.
    Mayshie Friedberg
    National Hebrew
    ISRAELI GIFT CENTER INC.
    BAR MITZVAH SETS
    RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS
    949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210
    American Israeli
    All Religious Articles
    For Synagogues Schools Homes
    1357 WASHINGTON AVE.
    IE 1-7722 S. Schwartz
    REPHUN'S HEBREW
    BOOK STORE
    HAS EVERYTHING FOB
    Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
    and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
    with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit
    417 Washington Ave. 672-7017
    Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
    Phone 672-7306
    945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
    WAAV.^^ S^2^
    eWtCC
    PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS
    IASHI0N CENTER Of THE SOUTH
    Largest Selection in Latest Stylet
    tor Men and Women
    FREE PARKING SPACE IN
    REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES
    728 LINCOLN ROAD
    (On the Math
    Oculists' Preacriptions Filled
    CONTACT LENSES ______
    A resident of Hay Harbor Is-
    lands since 1961, Mr. Tate has
    served as Assistant Mayor for'
    throe terms; he has been a mem-
    ber of the Town Council for 16
    yean. Among his numerous hu-
    manitarian activities are his board
    memlership of the National Chil-
    dren's Cardiac Hospital of Miami
    and the Menial Health Associa-
    tion of Dade County: his service
    a. vice president of the Family
    and Children's Service and treas-
    urer of the Children's Service
    Bureau of Miami. A past treasur-
    er of the National Children's Car-
    diac Hospital, he is a member of
    the B'nai B'rith Freedom Lodge,
    and selves on the executive com-
    mittee of the National Association
    of Home Builder* and ;is a mem-
    ber of the advisory board of the
    V.W.C.A.
    Mrs. Tate is a member ol
    Temple Israel Sisterhood, the
    Heart Association of Miami, and
    the PTAs of Miami Beach High
    School and Bay Harbor Klemen-
    tary School.
    Dr. Narot is serving as honor-
    ary chairman of the annual event:
    .Martin Fine is dinner chairman. .
    ind Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D.
    Rosen will head the committee ol
    hosts.
    "Jesus Christ Superstar A
    'Critique" will be the topic when
    Rabbi J. A. Gorfinkel of Temple
    Beth Moshe addresses the first
    luncheon meeting (for men only)
    Of Freedom Lodge oj' B.'naj B'lith,
    at Harbour House South, i Bal
    Harbour, Tuesday noon.
    Rabbi Gorfinkel will explore pos-
    sible effects of the currenl popu-
    larity of this play and Its offshoots
    to Jewish youth and the Jewish
    community in general.
    Councilman Theodore Nelson of
    Bay Harbor islands is chairman
    an Harry Schwartz of Bal Har-
    bour cochalrman of the luncheon
    club; Herman Nudelman of Bay
    Harbour Islands is president.
    Abba Eban To Receive
    ZOA "II Herzl Aimrd
    The Zionist Organization of
    Aim rica's 1971 Theodor Herzl
    Award will be presented to Israeli
    Foreign Minister Abba Eban Dec.
    12 at the New York Hilton Hotel.
    The gold medal, which will be
    presented to Mr. Eban by Herman
    L. Weisman, ZOA national presi-
    dent, at the organization's annual.
    dinner, is awarded to "persons of
    great distinction who have helped
    shape Zionist and Jewish history." ,
    HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
    WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
    Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the
    Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in |
    effe an important part of the Home's operatii
    income.
    Won't you help the Home today by contributirf
    items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
    Do you have furniture, appliances, beddii
    cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any
    saleable merchandise which you no longer
    or can use?
    I
    I
    Do you know someone, a friend or a neigh
    who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an ap
    ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.]
    Douglas Gardens has serious financial ne
    since 80% of its 222 residents are public weKn
    recipients. With increased operating costs,
    public assistance payments in Florida the Ic
    of all states, the Home urgently needs your I
    to maintain its high quality care. May we con
    on your support?
    Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our
    to pick up your merchandise.
    And remember contributions to the Thij
    Shop are tax deductible.
    The Douglas Gardens family reside
    Board and staff thank you.
    AARON KRAVITZ
    JHA Vice President
    Chairman
    Thrift Shop Committee
    JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGEl
    1SWERITL
    -- -^
    WERING TELEPHONES
    (IN IIS FOLLOWING EXCHANGES \
    26 35 37 (HI) 44 (HI) U> 4? (NA) ?3 (Mi) 64 65 44 (M0) 7 68 (MU) 69 (OX) 75 (PI) 2 83 85 86 (UN) 88 (Til) If ?4 (Wl)

    .<##%
    11
    3l7ATJUkT\ |
    ** I a I ^
    Exao%:v;- .vt:nt for
    answeh*America
    2 WAV
    RADIO
    PACING
    FOR SERVICE CALL
    TELEPHONE
    ANSWERING ASSOC
    OF MIAMI
    371-6688 or 538-0721
    A EXECUTIVE OFFICES CONGRESS BLDG.
    WE HAVE AN OfFlCE IN EACH EXCHANGE
    MEMIER GREATER MIAMI. CORAL GAllES. MIAMI ICACH
    CHAMIEAS Of COMMERCE
    PET CEMETERY
    ONE OF THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL PET CEMETERIES
    COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS
    WITH PICK UP SERVICE
    BURIAL
    CREMATION
    MAUSOLEUM
    fiat dhavML
    MEMORIAL PARK
    |--------- DAY OR NIGHT_____.
    I 226-7387
    r/?&tSTfoie, IMeCxA* 10W' WT ** ""
    Over thirty jive years
    oj service to the communities
    in North Dade and Broward Counties]
    .
    RIVERSIDE
    MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
    19th and Alton Road: in the heart of Miami Be<>: I
    1250 Normandy Drive: fifteen minutes from Hol!ycca
    JE 1-1151
    North Miami Beach: 16480 NE. 19th Avenue
    Miami: Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street
    Manhattan Brooklyn Westchester Bronx Far fic:*a)'
    To arrange a funeral anywhere in the United Stait
    call the nearest Riverside Chapel
    Edward Rosenthal Morton Rosenthal Carl Grossberg W
    - Murray N. Rubin, F.D.


    November 19, 1971
    f lewis* fkarktiam
    Page 3-A
    ebrew Academy Lists | Temple Emanu-EI Incorporates New Education Concept
    Dinner Cochairmen
    . leaders have accepted
    us cochairmen of the 24th
    scholarship dinner of the
    ill Miami Hebrew Academy.
    , ;ii>ointnients for the Dec.
    ai net. which will be held at
    | auville Hotel, were an-
    liced by Mendel I M. Sclig. the
    ' chairman.
    Binder, Joseph H. Kanler,
    5 Popick, Leonard Rosen,
    H< -man L. Shaw were named
    co hairmen for the $118-a-
    ile dinner w h i c h provides
    ila (hip assistance for more
    i ..il of the Academy's 808
    ion'-.
    p. Binder, a past president of
    Hebrew Academy and an of-
    < Temple Kmanu-KI, is as-
    latt chairman of the executive
    .irree and honorary life prcs-
    : the South's largest Heb-
    ... school,
    Kanter, a Hebrew Academy
    |. and parent. Ls a national
    man of the United Jewish
    and of the Israel Kduca-
    F.nd. He served as chairman
    llii 971 Combined Jewish Ap-
    Israel Emergency Fund of
    ater Miami Jewish Fede-
    pick, national vice ,) esi-
    ' the American Friends of
    Hebrew University, is a \ice
    lidi -,t of the Greater Miami
    Academy. President of
    15, eau of Jewish Education,
    I: l.*o a national governor of
    Israel Bonds Organization.
    Rosen, chairman of the
    f the Hebrew Academy, is
    I i i esident of Temple Menorah
    former national president of
    rican Friends of Tel Aviv
    i : sity. He has served as gen-
    cl airman of both the Israel
    lergency Fund and Israel Bonds
    Gn ater Miami.
    Mr. Shaw, chairman of the
    committee of the He- ;
    Academy, is pest president of l
    I Ner niinid. A fellow of
    n ..- University, he serves in
    positions in UJA and Israel
    n Is
    M iher key ai>pointnients for
    I" 11 dinner, date which
    i dvaneed a month in order
    I jiv. priority to the 1972 CJA-
    i. npaign of Federation, also
    ire announced by Mr. Seli?.
    [act b Rifkin was named chair-
    In < I the 24th anniversary com-
    |tt and Oscar B. Schapiro was
    lointed dinner marshal.
    Mr. Rifkin, a vice president of
    Hebrew Academy, is president
    I the local unit of the American
    'chnion Society, active in
    ImpJe Beth Sholom and a na-
    ^nal i-ader of such organizations
    the Israel Histadrut Founda-
    bn. Israel Bonds and the Ameri-
    In Friends of Hebrew University.
    |Mr. Sehapiro i., associate chair-
    Fin oi the board of the Hebrew
    raileir.y and a top official of
    Marty Listowsky. M.S.W.. youth I the
    director of Temple Emanu-EI. is It
    incorporating a new concept in
    Jewish education in its approach
    to the confirmation class at the
    temple.
    Learning will take place by in-
    volving students in experiencing
    Judaism rather than learning about
    luclaism in a stagnant classroom
    setting, Mr. Listowsky says. Week-
    end retreats, live-in experiences,
    lutings, Kosher cuisine seminars
    Jewish philosophy raD sessions,
    sensitivity and encounter groups,
    rcalive synagogue services, and
    'ommunity service projects are the
    means whereby Jewish teenagers
    will learn about th"ir heritage
    ind enjoy it. Mr. Listowsky re-
    ports.
    In the weeks to come, several
    weekend retreats fShahbatoni
    ue planned. On one such week-
    end, teenagers will soend a Sab-
    bath in traditional Jewish homes.
    "-r that weekend tiny will be
    physically and emotionally part of
    family they are staying with
    is believed that this Shabbatii
    .vill cause the stereotyped charact-
    erization of traditional Jews a
    way out and old-fashioned" to
    crumble.
    Another weekend will allow the
    confimands to encounter rlassid-
    ism. They will live the Hassidii
    "a and learn much from the Has-
    Bidic rabbis in the community. Tem-
    >.e Emanu-Kl will also have its
    >svn Shabbalon; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    nan will lead the stu y sessions
    hroughout the night, afford rig
    'eenagers an opportunity to par-
    icipate in deep ;:n:l concentrated
    'is t'ssions on the Jewish life style,
    Kneseth Israel Congregation.
    State of Israel Bonds and numer-
    ous Torah Judaism organizations.
    This year's dinner will honor
    Louis Merwitzer, honorary life
    nresidenl Of the Hebrew Academy.
    >n his 83rd birthday. Reservations
    for the banquet may tie made at
    the Hebrew Academy office. 2400
    Pine Tree Dr.
    Temple Presenting Play
    Temple Adath Yeshurun, 102">
    NK Miami Garden Dr.. will pre-
    sent the Neil Simon play. "Plaza
    Suite,'' Saturday and Sunday at
    8 p.m. The play, directed by Babe
    Boniske, stars Norman Lodin, Art
    Behar, Marilyn Gordon and Babe
    Boniske. For reservations, call
    I he temple office.
    YOU CIN
    , DO THIS
    WHILE WE
    DO THIS
    YOUR HOUSE
    PAINTED FOR
    (APARTMENT
    HOUSES INCLUDED)
    ALSO THREE YEAR WRITTEN
    GUARANTEE AGAINST PEELING,
    FLAKING OR EXCESS FADING
    CALL ANYTIME OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
    MIAMI PAINTING CO. 358-6054
    151 N.W. 79th St. 751-861314
    'Wl ESTIMATES.
    BILL'S ROOFING
    ALL TYPES OF ROOFING
    Gutters-Sotars-Re-Roofini
    Repairs/ Shingles
    Ti; i Flat/Barret
    Pr.ona 7929 N.E. 1st Ave.
    754,3618 M.om; Flofido 33138
    Complete
    Window Service
    RtPAWS
    REPLACING REGLAZING
    fon Service free ttlimattt
    PHONE 666-3339
    ALL WINDOW REPAIR
    7873 Win ROAD
    FBNANC1AL
    I FEDERAL
    Second Oldest
    Founded
    SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
    formerly Miami Beach Federal
    MAIN OFFICE:
    401 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
    SOUTH SHORE:
    755 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
    SUNNY ISLES:
    393 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami
    NORTH SHORE:
    301 -71st Street, Miami Beach
    NORWOOD:
    650 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
    KENDALL:
    Village Mall Center, 8950 S.W. 97th Av*>.


    Page 4-A
    "Jen 1st ikx-kUan
    Friday, November
    sli Florxdlian
    DFF1CE and PLANT120 N.E. 6th Street Telephone 373-4605
    P.O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida 33101
    Selma M. Thompson
    Assistant to Publisher
    Fred K. Shochet
    Editor and Publuher
    I Th Jewish Floridiin Doet Not Guarantee The Kathruth
    Of The Merchandise Advertiied In Its Columns.
    Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Flo-ridian
    econd-Claas Postage Paid at Miami. Fla. at 120 N'.E. 6tb St.. Miami, Fla. 33132
    The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
    Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate,
    Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Aaaociation, American Associatior
    of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Proas Association.
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Area) OneYearSS.OO Three Years912.00
    Out of Town Upon Request
    Friday, November 19, 1971
    Volume 44
    1 KISLEV 5732
    Number 47
    Analysis Not Surprising
    It surely comes as no surprise that a State Department
    analysis of the condition of Soviet Jews finds that it is all
    exaggerated when it comes to charging that they "live in a
    state of terror." The temptation is strong to point out that the
    same Department of the U.S. government also analyzed
    the condition of German Jews under Hitler to be grossly
    exaggerated, and has historically viewed the Jewish state
    in the Middle East from an anti-Israel bias that is intended
    to keep Israel weak.
    As witnesses such as Prof. Hans Morgenthau have
    made clear, it is irrelevant to compare Russia today with
    Nazi Germany or Stalin's Russia. But while the "terror" is
    different in nature being more spiritual than physical
    it is no less significant. Theie are many self-evident truths
    in the State Department's roport that Jews hold high eco-
    nomic and professional positions in the Soviet Union
    perhaps even "far out of proportion to their percentage of
    the population" but the present regime has made it plain
    by its action that this is more the result of past policies
    than its attitude toward Jews since the Six-Day War of 1967.
    It is no excuse to state that Jews are treated no dif-
    ferently than other Russians when it comes to emigration
    and religion. The fact is that, by law, they have an inde-
    pendent status and it is so stated on their internal pass-
    ports. No analyses by our State Department can contradict
    the fact that their rights as Russian Jews have been denied
    and that continued pressure by Americans and Jews all
    over the world is helping them to win those rights.
    Dilemmas Summed Up
    Major speakers at the recent B'nai B'rith convention
    appeared to sum up the dilemmas of American Jewish
    life today in addresses which, on the surface, would appear
    to be quite different.
    The revered Mordecai Kaplan, whose Reconstructionist
    movement has had a greater impact on our religious life
    than probably any other leader of our time, spoke of the
    schizophrenia that fragmentizes Jewish life rather than
    integrates it into a whole people. In a different context,
    Philip Klutznik rejected the idea of assessing priorities in
    Jewish life. From his point of view, none of the major con-
    cerns Israel, Jewish education and Soviet Jewry are
    isolated from one another.
    Retiring president of the organization. Dr. William
    Wexler, made a plea for the "power structure" to be more
    accessible to Jewish youth, particularly collegians. They
    are, in his opinion, innovators of a Jewish counter-culture
    seeking more genuine Jewish involvement in the struggle
    for peace and social equality.
    American Jewry's powerful fund-raising arm will be
    meeting soon and it must pay heed to three of its most re-
    spected leaders as they voice the concern that our institu-
    tions religious and secular are not moving quickly
    or effectively enough to face the issues of our times. This
    would seem to be the similar message they have delivered
    on themes that may appear on the surface to be different.
    A first' In WesteraLaw
    An addition to the New York City Administrative Code
    that would protect a religiously observant person from
    discrimination in employment because of the type of
    clothes he wears has been proposed by Mayor John
    Lindsay.
    This kind of legislation is believed to be a "first" of
    its kind in the history of Western law. The principal bene-
    ficiaries would, of course, be the large number of Has-
    sidum and other Orthodox Jews who wear yarmulkas and
    other unconventional types of dress as part of their reli-
    gious observance.
    MATTER OF FACT
    mm
    tie.
    % JOSHTTAISOP
    WASHINGTON The proof
    is now clear that Senate Major-
    ity Leader Mike Mansfield and
    the chairman of the Foreign
    Relations Committee, Sen. J.
    William Fulbright. are actively.
    unshamedly eager to see the
    United States defeated in war.
    It seems an odd ambition, but
    the facts are plain.
    Mansfield and Fulbright were
    the partners who rigged the
    |
    -'an ~a.|
    I
    Senate's surprise vote a
    the foreign aid bill on V2
    evening Their own support
    were alerted. Th, ,^0*\
    the Presidents Vi namizati"
    program were iefl in ignoran^
    Since the Fncay vote, these to
    have also been lead:: g the fieJI
    to protect the dama; thev haul
    done.
    at the Stoat reign rJ
    lations Commit!
    there was a fa:
    joritv reaction ;<
    on Friday. Yet F I
    not satisfied. Havii I
    cut off future aid |
    announced. "We'v
    at the pipeline. W ,|
    Job by taking o .
    in the pipeline."
    Mansfield, of COUl
    SV eetness. hi- dCVOUt -.
    refusal to face this ;i'si-eali-l
    ties is like a very
    man who believes th;r th^- earthl
    is flat as an article of faiifc.1
    Fulbright is a more complexCuJ
    An astonishing vanity aid
    basic laziness an
    key traits. As chairman of
    Foreign Relations Commits
    Fulbright once saw fit to rt.
    buke the Australians with eu
    treme haughtiness for their fail
    ure to contribute to the Vial
    namese war. just after the And
    tralians had decided, u .th ma|
    mum publicity, to send a col
    tingent of troops to Vietna.il
    Continued On Page 8-A
    COMMENT
    In the big meeting room, the
    convention delegates come and
    go. If you know your T. S. Eliot
    the next line must come to you:
    "Talking of Michelangelo."' If
    not exactly, surely as (pardon
    the expression) relevantly.
    THIS IS NOT to knock con-
    ventions. They serve a good pur-
    pose, even beyond the sociability
    that is basic and valuable if the
    organization is to survive. Often
    the sessions provide insiehts
    even only one is important
    and the sharing of concerns and
    experiences make for renewal.
    But nothing, I would venture,
    really new.
    Yet, if there is nothing new
    the old dressed-up makes news
    and in this way makes inspira-
    tion. I have more than four
    dozen pages of notes taken at
    the sessions I attended during
    the conventions of the National
    Association of Temple Adminis-
    trators and the Union of Ameri-
    can Hebrew Congregations in
    Los Angeles recently. Probably
    not more than three or four con-
    tain material that ardent follow-
    ers of this column haven't read
    here before. Or that hasn't been
    discussed and possibly imple-
    mented by the staff at Temple
    Israel where I work.
    MODESTY not being one of
    my strong points, it should be
    reflected that no claim to pre-
    science or omniscience is being
    made here. What was buttressed
    was a growing understanding
    that social scientists by the very
    nature of their claim to "science"
    present newsworthy and conven-
    tion-exciting data and proph-
    ecy that is several years behind
    what has already begun to take
    place in progressive synagogues
    and other Jewish institutions.
    Convention time becomes a
    shared time, the dissemination
    of information that might other-
    i-'- remain isolated. If the im-
    portant names in the social
    ences get the credit that's fine:
    it's easier to sell new products
    through name recognition.
    THE HEADLINE in the Los
    Angles Times speaks of "Reform
    Jews Confused About Their
    Faith." as a finding by Prof.
    Leonard Fein of Brandeis, who
    directed an interesting study of
    the UAHCs Long Range Plan-
    ning Committee. Undoubtedly
    true but for all Jews.
    The national study by Prof.
    Fred Massarik reveals that re-
    ligious commitment is one of
    the least reasons for joining a
    synagogue not Hadassah, or
    B'nai B'rith. mind you, but a
    synagogue and what that says
    about Jewish faith in the United
    States may be better told by
    another major story in the same
    newspaper that week.
    THE MOTION picture version
    of "Fiddler on the Roof" opened
    in Hollywood and, as it will here
    next month, its financial success
    has been assured by the many
    benefit audiences on behalf of
    Jewish organizations and insti-
    tutions. First night, with Chaim
    Topol appearing in person, was
    reserved for Cedars-Sinai Hos-
    pital and its prestigious Jewish
    sponsorship. It took place Fri-
    day night.
    What is important here is not
    the non-observance of the Sab-
    bath few of us are not guilty
    of that but the public dis-
    respect for a basic religious
    tenet that is common among
    those who maintain leadership
    in the Jewish community.
    THIS ATTITI'DE of getting
    rid of as much of the old Jewish
    baggage as possible, of failing
    to see the relevance of Judaism
    as an observably different way
    of life, is only one of the many
    wayfl in which there seems to
    much similarity as a gen-
    erational gap. the studies show.
    The si rniheant difference is
    that while most adult Jews have
    by EDWARD COHEN
    a rich enough set
    memories to act out their Jew
    ishness in a frann v I
    ory and instinct, st Lti Prof.1
    Fein, for younger Jews I
    this memory there is
    vlously, a limit to hov
    can sustain without i
    or observance.
    if this information
    cifically addressed to the syi*
    gogue and Reform :. partk* |
    lar it has great.: meanintj
    it seems to me, to the general
    Jewish community of ail religion
    ideologies or secular preference j
    We have always hi Id as an
    article of faith some surfflfl
    showing an even greater faith
    than belief in God that Jewish
    philanthropy was a sine qua non
    of being a "good Jew.'' This gen-
    eration believes in that less than
    their fathers did, we learned
    some 10 years ago. But *'h*
    32ft of adult respondents still
    believe that (a significant drop
    in itself) only 4r"> of the youtf
    people hold to it. F derations
    and others of our fund-raisin?
    arms should pay grea'er atten-
    tion to this than the temporary
    emotional and social gimmW
    used to raise money to lay.
    PROF. FEIN concluded a re-
    port that was directed at the
    future of Reform Judaism on a
    positive note that, for all ti*
    have real
    columns.
    pessimism you may
    into my two latest
    speaks for me and. I nP<\
    the greater Jewish conffliuw-
    I quote: "But a solid constitu-
    ency of support for a more i
    tense and more intera 'tive JUj
    ism. rooted in community'. ^
    exist and suggest that th
    hire of (Reform* Judaism <> ''
    to be discovered than invent
    and that it is not UIUV- ,,..,
    plan for the invention
    which will nurture thai coW^
    ency. increase it- size, and
    isfy its demands."


    -
    Friday, November 19, 1971
    *Jenisii nnrkfiam
    Page 5-A


    J^Jl \i
    mm- M p*
    DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS^
    AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
    MAIN OFFICE: 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET
    377-1671
    GIVES YOU MORE
    THAN INTEREST
    ON YOUR SAVINGS
    DAYAFTERDAYAFTER
    DAYAFTERDAY.
    Save on special Savers Club group
    tours to such exciting places as Europe,
    the Orient, or the Caribbean i
    Purchase select merchandise
    at low group prices
    Dine at fine area restaurants and
    enjoy member discounts
    See local sports, cultural events and
    attractions at reduced admission
    Here's the quick, easy way to qualify for a
    membership in the Dade Federal Savers Club:
    1. Open a Dade Federal savings account at
    any of our convenient offices. Maintain
    a balance of $1,000 or more.
    2. If you already have a Dade Federal account
    of $ 1,000 or more and didn t apply for
    membership in our Savers Club, ask for
    your membership card.
    3. If you already have a Dade Federal account,
    but its balance is less than $ 1,000. just
    agree to add $25 a month until it reaches $1,000.
    We'll give you your membership card now.
    4. If you can't open an account for $1,000,
    open it for $50 or more and agree to add $25
    a month to reach $1,000. We'll let you
    have your card when you open the account.
    You'll receive a complimentary subscription to
    the Dade Federal Savers Club quarterly pointing
    out the many ways you can benefit and save
    money through your club membership.
    Join nowfor complete details visit, 'phone
    or write any of our convenient offices. There
    are no membership fees, no dues, no meetirgs
    to attend. All you do is enjoy the benefits
    dayafterdayafterday.
    Your savings in Dade Federal earn interest
    compounded daily and are insured to the full
    legal limit by the Federal Savings and Loan
    nsurance Corporation.
    Cutler Ridge Branch
    10808 Caribbean Blvd.
    238-5131 ..
    Kendall Branch ITamiami Branch lAllapattah Branch
    U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St 1901 S.W. 8th St 1400 N.W. 36th St.
    665-6951 643-4844 I 633-2491
    Edison Center Branch
    5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
    757-3441
    North Miami Branch
    12600 N.W. 7th Ave.
    688-6587
    Sky Lake Branch
    18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
    949-7221
    Miami Lakes Branch
    13975 N.W. 67th Ave.
    823-2130
    (m?s))


    Page 6-A
    +Je*ist> fUrkttan
    Friday, November 19,
    ud
    Dr. Alan F. Westin To
    Speak At Beth Sholom
    "Privacj and Surveillance: How
    i sc Is 1984?" will be the subject
    discuss.tl by Dr. Alan K Westin,
    Professor o! Public Law anil Gov-
    rriimtnt at Columbia University,
    al an opening meeting sponsored
    by the Metropolitan an' North
    Da:lc Chapter-, General Division.
    Ami rican Jewish Co-imvs Sin-
    day at s i>'m. in Temple Beth Sho-
    lom, -l 4-1 Chase A\ .
    Dr Westin, who i> also director
    of the Center lor Research and
    Education in American Liberties,
    Columbia University an 1 Tea 'hers
    College, Is the author of "Privacy
    ami Freedom" lAtheneum 19">7>
    which won the <.; rgi Polk Me-
    morial Hook Award. He has re-
    ceived the Sidnev Hillman Foun-
    dation Award; Meleher Boo1;
    Award; and Van Am Society
    A'' :u\\
    Dr. Westin has acted as con-
    sultant to NBC and ABC on pro-
    grams on the Supreme Court and
    has been an cxpe-1 witness to the
    United States Senate Suhcommit-
    e on constitutional Rights. Hnise
    Subcommittee on Invasion of Pri-
    .acy and Senate Subcommittee M
    Administration Practices and I'm
    cedun -.
    He has also been en active meni-
    ser of the National Commission on
    Law and So Mai Action, American
    Jewish Congress; National board
    >!" d rectors and chairman of (he
    Privacy Committee, American Civil
    Liberties I'.iion: Public Affair
    Committee National Conferenc a
    Christians and Jews; National C'ivi
    Riehts Committee, and the Anti
    ' >> famation Leasue.
    Jewish Vocational Service Holds
    Seminar For Palm Beach Jobless
    At the request of the Jewish
    Federation of Palm Beach County.
    the Jewish Vocational Service,
    which is supported by hoth the
    United Fund of Dade County and
    I the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    : tion. conducted a seminar at
    , Temple Israel of West Palm
    j Beach recently.
    Attending the Seminar were
    Jewish technical and professional

    a
    nearby Florida
    Group counseling Included"
    ctittion of the uansferenwl
    skills, and suggestions r?=J
    the most effective
    techniques. Man;. ,,; ,hc ,
    teiviewed expressed a i..lr,
    remain in the South Florilj,
    ven if it meant changing jn,
    tions.
    This JVS counseling -
    available to anvoiie :adng -o1,
    Off. ALAN f. WESTIN
    oersonnel who had lost their po
    sitions when RCA decided to close r changing job status
    ,|ti computer manufacturing in-1 anrt 'grounding coi
    [staliation in that city.
    Jewish Vocational Service com-
    piled and presented a nationwide
    list of existing positions as well as
    onnortunities for employment in
    This
    Thanksgiving
    let our
    French chef
    handle
    your
    bird.
    ^00^ & ^^
    rllie Pleasure of
    vour affair is
    u
    ontainebleau
    HANS H.
    MARCUSE /
    t.Kullr. : 'k*J
    Director
    CATCHING
    Pood 4 t*ytrg
    WIAMI BECM FLOHIOA
    S3
    He'll turn the American turkey into an eloquent
    "clmde sauvage." (That's what the French call it.)
    He'll fill it with a pate stuffing, laced with wine.
    Then he'll surround it with an array of vegetables,
    preface it with salad and punctuate it with a
    special holiday dessert.
    "Thanksgiving Dinner
    Extraordinaire"
    A traditional feast, to be served from
    Noon till 6 P.M. November 25,1971
    A M "7E per person (Turkey or Ham)
    ?tl/0 Children under 10 S2.75
    MAGXIFICF.N'T FACILITIES
    SII'KRH SKRVICK CCH'KMKT
    CTISIN'K ALL AVAILABLE AT
    SKXSIBLK PRICES.
    KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
    HIM i.in hkim;
    y i I TKKIMi Klin rtiR
    ^^ 538^811
    LCIIS WITKM
    titn CHttal
    31-6061
    ft
    (S)}J
    ...... j\y
    L*
    ctwtoNt ai : :*sis,urntual
    YOU CAN EAT YOUR TURKEY AND
    TAKE IT HOME TOO!
    Whole turkey carved at your table.
    Left overs packed for you to take home.
    For parties of 8 or more with reservation.
    ADDITIONAL MENU
    Roast Prime Ribs of Beef S6 75
    Steak or Filet Mignon S8.2P
    TKlt PARKING FOR DINNER GUFSTS /jCjX
    Sheraton- V5j3%
    1 our Ambassadors
    801 So. Bayshore Drive. Miami, Florida
    Cull now for reservations: 377-1966
    A WORLDWIDE SERVICE 0C TTT
    If you're rich
    and beautiful,
    why aren't we
    having an affair?
    \our little girl
    is getting married
    At last
    Will it be a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
    After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
    friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
    Either way. there are no two ways about who should handle
    the affair. Who else but the Deauville? For the affair of the
    season...be it wedding, reception, confirmation, banquet, meet-
    ing or gala...no one can touch the Deauville for elegance of
    service and cuisine, and the downright luxury of the surroundings.
    And we never let down our standards. Whether you invite
    25 or 3500 guests. Can your little girl have been that popular?
    Deauville
    Call Al Sicherer/Executive Food Director/865 8511
    Ocean at 67th Street On the new Miami Beach
    It could be the perfect affair. And it should be. After all. we're
    talking about the most important moments in your life. Your
    daughter's wedding. Your son's confirmation. The one big party
    of the season.
    At times like these, you deserve the Eden Roc. The figures
    may come to a little more, but would you really settle for any-
    thing less?
    Our catering director, Charlotte Horn, is without peer on
    The Beach. Please don't hesitate to call her for advice, for spe-
    cialized attention, and for a chance to look over the magnificent
    new Cotillion Room.
    Eden Roc
    Hotel, Yacht and Cabana Club.
    Ocean from 45th to 47th Street On the new Miami Beach
    Charlotte Horn, IE 2-2561.
    r
    For a catered affair
    in the grand manner.
    Entertain in the famed Starlight Roof high
    above the city, or in the country club
    elegance of the Grand Ballroom.
    These and other superb rooms await
    your pleasure.. .complemented by
    the area's finest gourmet
    cuisine and flawless service...
    in the Doral grand manner.
    D0RALON-THE-0GFAN
    Iton* Mr. Carios Farnandai at iiJ-i-JGoO
    DORM. COUNTRY CLUB
    Mr. David Kovac al 888-3000


    L November 19. 1971
    Je*isfi FkridFfon
    Page 7-A
    IGreenfield Institute To Be
    mnched By Temple Israel
    [samuel Sandmel will launch i ordained as the 'first woman rabbi
    Ui annual Eugene and Shir- lext June, are the distaff side
    reenfield Institute at Tern-1 lecturers.
    Dr. Sandmel is also scheduled to
    lecture on "Judaism and Chris-
    tianity: Overlap and Difference"
    at 8 p.m. Sunday. The lecture, to
    be held in the University Library's
    Brockway Hall, is part of the 10th
    annual religion lecture series at
    the University of Miami.
    Tickets for the entire series at
    Temple Israel or for individual
    lectures may be secure from the
    temple office. Tickets to the U-M
    lectures are available through the
    university's Religion Department.
    ft
    SAMUH SAMOMIU
    o' Greater Miami Sun-
    10 a.m.
    oyment of the Bible" will
    Sandmel's topic and he
    . to the subject an intcrna-
    I imputation which was rcaf-
    ently with the publica-
    ' the first ecumenic edition
    .Bible to receive the Vatican
    Aatur. The comment to thi
    L version was written by
    Sandmel, Professor of Bible
    Hebrew Union College-Jew-
    bistitutc of Religion in
    pat i.
    lectures are s~heduled for
    hstitute, highlighted by a
    to bo conducted by Dr.
    Lienniir-.'r on "The Crime of
    imcnt A Look at Prison
    spher Abraham Kaplan.
    en,I one of the great teach-
    Kmerican universities, is an-
    tutstandlng lay figure sched-
    ind his talk on "The Psy-
    f Women and the Mean-
    Love" spotlights the empha-
    [women in this year's series.
    Weiss-ftosemarin, fiery
    01 The Jewish Spectator.
    Margaret Traxler, acting
    ?r of the National Catholic
    Bnce for Interracial Justice.
    Priesand, who will bo
    Pharmacists Hold
    All-Day Seminar
    The South Florida Pharmaceuti-
    cal Association is offering an ail-
    day continuing pharmacy education
    program Sunday at the Everglades
    Hotel, 244 Biscayne Blvd.
    Speakers and topics will include
    the Hon. Maxine Baker, a mem-
    ber of the Committee on Health of
    the Florida Holism of Representa-
    tives, on the subject "Tallahassei
    Pills and Potions:" Dr. Lynn P.
    Carmichael, assistant dean Uni-
    versity of Miami School ot Medi-
    cine, on "The Future of Primary
    Health Care;" Dr. Richard M.
    Fleming. Miami-Broward district
    director. Florida Regional Medical
    Program, on. "The Florida Regional
    Medical Program Its History,
    Accomplishments. Current and Pro-
    jected Activities;" Dr. Everett
    Shcckett. president of the United
    Health Foundation, on British Ex-
    itriences and American Facilities
    in Health Care;" W. C McCue,
    executive director. Comprehensive
    Health Planning Council of South
    Florida, on "Health Care Delivery
    Systems Now and 1980." and Paul
    Schabacker. executive director.
    Mental Health Association and
    Consortium. Dade County, on "The
    Disappearing Couch Menta'
    Health Systems of the Future."
    Registration begins at 8 a.m.
    with the program commencing at
    9 a.m. and concluding at 4 p.m.
    Committee on arrangements con-
    sists of Ben Saks, chairman, Ru-
    dolph Garber. Al Reinhardt and
    Max Green'oeig.
    LASTING PROTECTION
    FOR YOUR FAMILY


    WITH AN...
    iUTOMATIC GARAGE DOOR OPERATORl
    by
    ''c perfectChanukah gift...
    security and convenience
    very day...year after year.
    \ nigged, dependable Vemco Auto-
    matic fiarage Duor Operator will
    ive you and your family car-to-
    '-iiage security...at night, in the
    'in. -t minute. t;;i!l uTodav!
    1 Of) with t rtmeU csnlt.l.
    IwU IncUtiiniKtlattM.
    [L_
    Compare at $230
    with 2 rtmott controls.
    Include* instaMalian.
    210
    Compare al $245
    Specialist's Services of Miami, Inc.
    For Information Coll
    279-3303
    Mobile Voter Registration
    Scheduled For Campuses
    The Dade County Klections Di-
    vision mobile registration bus will
    alternate between college and
    university campuses for 12 days
    iM'Kinnins Nov. 24.
    The traveling unit will be open
    fro 9:3fl a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, ac-
    cording to Acting Su|>ervisor of
    Klections Willard J. Miller. Per-
    sons desiring to register to vote
    should bring proof of residency
    and age.
    Dr. Heschel Named To Receive Award
    Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel, a
    (leading Jewish scholar and philoso-
    pher, will receive' the 1971 Amer-
    icas Democratic Legacy Award, a
    bilver medallion presented annually
    by the Anti-Delairati B'nai B*rith for "distinguished con-
    tributions to the enrichment of
    Americas democratic heritage."
    The award will be made Nov. 22
    at the League's 58th annual meet-
    'nc at Crossover's N.Y.
    Dr. Heschel, a theologian, author
    and educator, is Professor of Jew-
    i-h Ethics anr! Mysticism at the
    lc wish Theological Seminary ot
    America.
    Seymour (Jradbard. national
    hairman oi the adl. said 'Dr.
    Heschel has lent new dimension to
    (he American Jewish community's
    involvement in civil rights strug-
    gles and has become the symbol in
    our age of the prophet calling for
    "'slier, f,,,- a;j mankind."
    HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS
    Let me tell you
    about the
    and BATHS
    Let rne explain how millions find
    comfort in Hot Springs' thermal
    water baths relief from pains
    of arthritis, muscular strain and
    nervous tension. Let me tell you
    about the PGA golf courses,
    cascading mountainside
    swimming pools, and totally
    relaxed atmosphere. Let me
    send you a brochure and
    rates so you can see how to
    enjoy yourself at the
    Arlington free cocktail
    parties, social hostess,
    dining and dancing
    Call me.
    or write.
    Edgar A.May, Manager
    Arlington Hotel A Both*
    Hot Springs, Arkansas
    (601)623-7771
    tf
    \
    There are
    disadvantages
    to chain banks.
    A chain bank with 25 offices around the Stole and
    5,000 employees does have its disadvantages.
    If you want a loan in a hurry, it sometimes seems that
    all 5,000 employees are reviewing your request.
    The Carner Bank of Miami Beach is a local independ-
    ent bank. Decisions and policies are made in Miami
    by local businessmen who know your specific needs.
    Loans and services don't become bogged down in a
    lot of unnecessary red tape.
    Even though we're independent, the Carnei Bank of
    Miami Beach can loan just as much money as the big
    chain banks. In fact, we've never turned anyone down
    because their loan request was too large. We're the
    surprising bank on Miami Beach that's theie with the
    money when you need it.
    CARNER BANK <^V
    WE WILL DOSUMTHING FOR YOU! ^^F^^^
    F Dl C OF MIAMI BEACH
    930 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE: (305) 534 1577


    Page 8-A
    rJewist fhrHlan
    FridqY. November 19
    Temple Judea Makes A
    Surprise Announcement
    A surprisingly large figure
    nearly double the anticipated
    amount was announced as the
    $200.(XX) Temple Judea building
    completion campaign opened with
    $72,000 at the temple's 25th anni-
    versary silver torah dinner Satur-
    day evening.
    *4L
    so\
    Continued From Page 4-A
    He does not study his book very
    well in short.
    EVEN SO, it is impossible to
    believe that Mansfield and Ful-
    bright did not know precisely
    what they were doing al-
    through it is probable that this
    a.- not so clear to many other
    senators who voted against the
    foreign aid bill. The point is
    thai South Vietnam at this stage
    is much like South Korea in 1953.
    The similarity of phase in the
    two wars is really striking. Just
    as the enemy was plainly run-
    ning out of steam in Korea in
    1953. so Hanoi and the Viet Cong
    art plainly running out of steam
    to ay. President Nixon's Viet-
    namization program is working
    better than the wildest optimists
    could have hoped. The job can i
    bo finished successfully with an
    enormously reduced continuing
    A nerican investment of men and
    money.
    ai Mansfield and Ful-
    bright are also well aware, that
    minimal continuing investment
    i- absolutely essential In the
    a:-' a covered by the bill whose
    del tat they rigged. South Viet-
    nam is particularly vulnerable.
    With a million men under arms.
    tlii South Vietnamese economy
    cannot conceivably sustain a
    Vietnamlzed war without im-
    portant U.S. aid.
    IT MOST b,> added, to he sure,
    that South Vietnam's continuing
    need for U.S. aid will he very
    diffi rent from South Korea's.
    Y( ars of rather generous aid
    were needed in peacetime in
    Korea because South Korea is a
    poor country that has only
    just achieved a zooming eco-
    c takeoff. South Vietnam,
    i- a very rich country which
    should soon be able to take care
    Oi -olf in ]>eacotime .
    Such, then, is the situation.
    ex i pt for one not unimportant
    point. Over 45.000 Americans
    have given their lives for their
    country in this long and bitter
    war not to mention the count-
    less U.S. billions that have been
    poured out. Besides wanting to
    see the United States defeated
    in war. in fact, Fulbright and
    Mansfiek* are evidently eager to
    see our dead soldiers' sacrifice
    go for nothing.
    Fortunately, a good many-
    other senators are beginning to
    be aware of the enormity of
    what was done by the vote last
    Friday night. At the Foreign
    Relations Committee meeting on
    Wednesday, Sen. Fulbright re-
    portedly managed to combine
    obstinacy, bitterness and bad-
    mannered sarcasm in about equal
    parts. But a majority of the com-
    mittee led by the senior Repub-
    lican. Sen. George Aiken of Ver-
    mont, gave Secretary- Rogers an
    attentive and friendly hearing.
    THERE IS a good chance that
    Senator Aiken will devise a sub-
    stitute aid bill, not ideal but not
    designed to destroy the Vict-
    namization program. either.
    There is also a good chance that
    a majority of Sen. Fulbright s
    committee will then vote to re- i
    port the substitute bill to the
    Senate. The situation is not
    desperate, in short.
    But when U.S. senators ac-
    tively and consciously seek to
    procure American defeat in war,
    it is a matter that deserves plain
    speaking. And Mansfield and
    Fulbright were the undoubted
    leaders of such an attempt.
    The dinner followed a solemn
    "Separation of the Sabbath" (Hav-
    dalah) service by Rabbi Morris A.
    Kipper and temple president Rich-
    ard Horwich, who later addressed
    the guests who filled the temple's
    social hall on "The Need" and "The
    Challenge."
    Responding with "The Answer."
    campaign counsel Joseph Samuels
    of Joseph Samuels and Associates,
    Minneapolis, Minn., declared that
    the flame of a huge silver torch
    will burn in front of the temple
    until a facsimile of the mortgage
    of $200,000. the difference between
    the $800,000 cost of the temple and
    S600.0C0 pledged and realized over
    the past five years, is fed to its
    flame. He also called upon the 24
    campaign workers to accept the
    applause of the assembled congre-
    gation.
    The theme of the campaign was
    echoed throughout the hall. Flam-
    boyant replicas of the flaming torch
    I "blazed" at each table and flanked
    the speakers' lectern.
    Campaign chairman is Jack
    Langer. Campaign workers include
    Harvey Bess. Robert Brown. Louis
    Easton. Maurice Ehrlich. Eugene
    Greenspan. Milton Hahn, Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Herris. Mr. and Mrs.
    Richard Horwitz, Paul Indianer.
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Isan, Albert
    Jacobson. Harold Jaffer. Paul Kap-
    lan, Dr. Clifford Marks, Donald
    Murray, Marvin Pearlman, Ernst
    Rosenkrantz. Charles Sokol. Mrs.
    Sam Weissel Mrs. Bernard Yesner
    and Leroy Zimmerman.
    Dinner arrangements chairman
    was Mrs. Richard Horwich.
    Floridians Urged
    To Purchase More
    Israeli Products
    An effort to have each Jewish
    family in South Florida purchase
    Israel products regularly was
    launched here by Yehoushua Mes-
    houlach, an official representative
    of the Israeli government on leave
    from "Davar," one of the leading
    newspapers in Israel.
    Mr. Meshoulach noted that if
    every Jewish family in the free
    world were to spend one dollar a
    person each week on Israeli prod-
    ucts of good quality and reasonable
    price, the gross income to Israel
    would approximate $400 million.
    He made a similar proposal in
    "Davar" during the Economic
    Conference in Jerusalem convened
    in 1968, and succeeded in having
    the Jewish Agency initiate an in-
    depth survey of its practicality.
    He later was sent to Philadelphia,
    Pa., to direct a pilot project in-
    tended to prove the workability
    of the concept.
    Rabbi Sol Landau Elected
    To National Board Poost
    Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
    leader of Beth David Congrega-
    tion, was elected to the national
    Board of Directors of United Syn-
    agogue of America at the United
    Synagogue biennial convention in
    the Concord Hotel, Kiamesha
    Lake, N.Y.
    Rabbi Landau presently serves
    as president of the Southeast
    Region of the Rabbinical Assemb-
    ly (encompassing seven statest.
    and as president of the Mental
    Health Association of D a d e
    County.
    Family Thanksgiving Dinne]
    Another 'First' For YMH
    Bella Reiter, president of the
    YM-YWHA of Greater Miami's
    Golden Age Friendship Club has
    announced another "first" for the
    "Y" a "Family Thanksgiving
    Dinner" which will be held Sun-
    Jay, at 12:30 p.m. in the main
    ballroom of the Central 'Y,' 8500
    SW 8th St.
    A kosher dinner will be served
    at this family day celebration.
    Tickets may be purchased from
    the Nursery & Kindergarten
    School PTA members, "Y" Wo-
    men. Golden Age Friendship Club
    members, at the "Y" Switchboard
    or Herb Rubin at the "Y."
    b i* -to
    All teenagers of Dade County
    are invited to participate in the
    YM-YWHA of Greater Miami's
    Teenage Caravan to Disneyworld,
    Sunday, Dec. 5.
    The full day caravan which
    includes round trip bus transpor-
    tation, a tour of Disneyworld and
    admission to six attractions
    offered at a nominal *<
    per teen. Buses will leave
    Miami Beach Senior Hieh
    and the YM-YWHA of r
    Miami, 8500 SW 8th Sin?
    This Teenage Caravan is -
    to teen members of the v^
    non-members as well. For '
    mation and registration rti
    Cohen. Teen Supervisor n%\
    Temple, Churoh~ji
    For Thanksgiving,
    Temple Tlfereth I-raeUnJ
    United Methodist church
    ticipate jointly in Thank*
    Day services at 10 a.m. Th
    Nov. 25. in the temple.
    The Rev. John R Brabhaa
    address the congr-gation
    topic Thanksgivi!
    ity of Interfaith Bro.
    Rabbi Maurice Kli In will
    the public is invited
    will
    PATIO
    COVER
    ALUMINUM
    lOxio s99

    SIVE ON:
    * CARPORTS
    * STORM
    SHUTTERS
    ROOM
    AOIITtONS
    * BAHAMA
    SINTERS
    kaW. T '* >-^^ ^
    ASK ABOUT OUR SCREEN ROOM!
    /NINGS
    |45x45S23
    COVLETflY
    INSTALLED
    NEMAN'S
    AWNING
    WK SERVICE
    ESTIMATES
    891-5217
    891-1734
    1642 N.I. UJ$T.
    MIAMI. HA
    Both Rabbi Morris Kipper (left) and congregation president
    Richard Horwich spoke at the silver torch dinner celebra-
    tion celebrating Temple Judea's 25th anniversary and kick-
    ing off the S200.000 campaign to pay off the mortgage.
    GRAND OPENllS'G
    NEW 0OPACABANA APT. HOTEL
    STOPI
    Ocean Front at 36th St.
    LOOK!
    New Pullmanettes. 11.3 Self Defr. Refrigerator
    Formica Cabinets. Heated Pool
    Built in Range. Card Room
    T.V. in each room. Beauty Salon
    Air Conditioned. Weekly Entertain-^e-"'
    Full Hotel Service
    LISTEN!
    Special Get Acquainted
    Rates for first 25 Reservations
    531-5301
    JACK SCHENKMAN
    PRESIDENT OF

    SYSTEMS FOR SECURITY
    ALARM SYSTEM
    CENTRAL STATION
    BURGLAR FIRE H0LDL
    633 6573
    SYSTEMS FOR SECURITY,-c AURM SYSTEMS
    (BURGLAR FIRE HOLDUP)
    Announces the Approval of
    Certified Underwriters Laboratories Approved Central Station for
    CENTRAL STATION BANK SAFE and VAULT BURGLAR ALARM
    CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM
    CENTRAL STATION MERCANTILE and VAULT BURGLAR ALARM
    CENTRAL STA. COMBINATION MERCANTILE PREMISES BURGLAR ALARM
    CENTRAL STATION PROTECTIVE SIGNALING SERVICES FIRE ALARM
    FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVED CENTRAL STATION
    WE NOW CAN PROVIDE ALL CERTIFICATION REQUIRED
    BY YOUR INSURANCE AGENCY and THEIR UNDERWRITERS
    CENTRAL STATION Located at
    3010 N.W. 17tt) AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA. 33142
    & Phone 633-6573


    Friday, November 19, 1971
    *Jewisti florid km
    Page 9-A
    letters to the editor
    EDITOR. The Jewish Floridlan:
    It is not my intention to enter
    it a controversy between your
    i.;umnist, Edward Cohen, and
    tabbi Phineas Weberman. Ed-
    lard Cohen is quite capable of de-
    ji-nding himself against the Rab-
    But in the interest of truth
    which I assume Rabbi Weber-
    nn still subscribes I must
    nention two matters which the
    Dod Rabbi raises in his letter of
    lov. 12.
    The first is that 1 am a fairly
    |< mstant reader of Mr. Cohen's
    >lumns and while he may have
    jr>:nctimes written about abortion,
    Jit hough I think not, I challenge
    labbi Weberman to send to the
    oridian the chapters and verses
    ?> which Mr. Cohen has to use
    e Rabbi's words "advocated
    Ihortion, pornography, and drug
    Ibuse."
    Equally serious an indictment of
    k.ibbi Weberman's easy manner
    nth the truth is his statement in
    same letter that "legalized
    Ibortion is in Jewish tradition
    quated with murder."
    Now it is certainly true that
    |Vuish tradition has not looked on
    Inution lightly and has not ad-
    Dcated that it be practiced pro-
    miscuously. But an examination of
    llio classic Jewish Orthodox
    uices reveals that Rabbi Weber-
    in"s loose and glib statements
    bout tradition reflect what he
    .mts tradition to be rather than
    rtial it actually has been.
    I hope thtat Rabbi Weberman
    at least as familiar with those
    issic Jewish sources on the sub-
    ; aa I am, if not as Rabbi Solo-
    on Freehof is. Rabbi Freehof,
    nized throughout the Jewish
    \ I of scholarship for his full
    i ;aintanceship with halacha,
    written a lengthy resixinsum
    i ibortion (Recent Reform R-
    ^oiua), Hebrew Union College
    ess, 196.3, pp. 188-193.1 I believe
    lal the synopis of this respon-
    im will be of interest to the
    iders of the Floriiliun, and per-
    il's informative to Rabbi Weber-
    in.
    A Reform colleague had written
    Rabbi Freehof to ask if a wo-
    an who had contracted German
    isles in the third month of her
    nancy and whose doctors had
    aid that her sickness had created
    possibility of the child, if born,
    lid be deformed in body or
    ind, might have an abortion to
    rFACINGTHEBAYIN A
    MfiCo
    All new rooms/suites
    Completely air-conditioned^
    Single $12-Double S14
    (April 15-December 141 t
    Single 516-Double $20 j
    (December 15-April 14)
    CTDe ffante
    TELeV2-5959 'a J
    >
    Costera M. Aleman 265
    and in MEXICO CITY
    HOTEL ^' 'P P0'' Parking
    C t ^T (.Single S11.60
    cleA CvYiqcX Double $14
    Tele: 33-1032
    Lerma 154-
    HOTEL Near Alemeda Park
    \t*n Single $9.60 $11.60
    m\ Double S11.60-S13.60
    rrancuco
    tuis Moya 11 Telo: 21-8960
    ? HOTEL.
    125 air-conditioned
    rooms
    Single $6.40 Double $8.
    Revillagigedoas- Tele: 10-4530
    HOT
    English speaking
    staff "Single $6.40 Double S8.
    "villagigado 36 Tele: 18-5240
    ROMANO HOTELS
    Alliance Will Hear Fleischman Report
    terminate the pregnancy. T o
    which query Dr. Freehof gave the
    following facts as answers: (I
    summarize them.)
    1. The Mishnah (Oholos VII 6.)
    says that if a woman has great
    difficulty in giving birth to her
    child ... it is permitted to des-
    troy the child to save her life. The
    Shulchan Aruch, Chosen Mishpat
    425.2 fixes this as final law.
    2. Rashi (Sanhedrin 72b of the
    Talmud) explains why the fetus
    may be destroyed before it is born
    but not after birth: As long as
    the child does not "go forth into
    the air of the world," It is not
    considered a "nefesh" (individual
    soul) and may, therefore, be
    aborted to save the mother.
    3. Joshua Falk. the 16th and
    17th century scholar, in his com-
    mentary, "M'Iras Aynayim," com-
    ments on the Shulchan Aruch of
    Chosen Mishpat 425 in support of
    Rashi, saying: "While the fetus is
    within the body of the mother it
    may be destroyed even though it
    is alive, for every fetus that does
    not come out or has not come out
    into the light of the world is not
    described as a "nefesh." He proves
    this from the case of a man who
    strikes a pregnant woman and
    thus destroys the fetus. The man
    must pay damages but is not
    deemed a murderer.
    4. Dr. Freehof then describes
    two opposing views by two re-
    knowned scholars. Yair Chaim
    Bachrach of the 17th Century
    Worms, when asked whether an
    adulteress, finding herself preg-
    nant, may have an abortion? Rab-
    bi Bachrach responded with an
    emphatic "No." But a century
    later, the great scholar Jacob Em-
    den (Yabetz 1.43) gave his affir-
    mative answer to the same ques-
    tion. He gave as his reason that if
    Biblical law still prevailed, the
    adulteress would have to die and
    the fetus would have to die with
    her anyvay.
    5. Finally, there is the historic
    decision of Ben Zion Uziel, the
    late Sephardic Chief Rabbi. The
    case before him concerned a wo-
    man who was threatened with
    rermanet deafness if she went
    through with her pregnancy. Uziel
    decided that, since the fetus is not j
    an independent nefesh and is only |
    part of the mother, there is no!
    sin in dstroying it for her sake.
    My revered teacher and friend, j
    Rabbi Freehof, then concluded I
    with the opinion that since there I
    was a preponderance of medical j
    opinion that the child (of the |
    mother who has had the German
    measles) woi.il b. oorn is.iperfect
    physically, and even mentally,
    then for the mother's sake, she
    might sacrifice this part of htr-
    self.
    Rabbi Weberman may delight
    in going up and down the political
    corridors of Tallahassee proclaim-
    ing and in seeing in print, his as-
    sertion that "Jewish tradition
    equates abortion with murder."
    But there are many who know
    better, and some of them are Re-
    form Rabbis. These Rabbis, and I
    want to be numbered among them,
    do not take the question of abor-
    tion lightly. We know that in our
    tradition there are both pros and
    cons. But we want also to breathe
    i a little compassion and humane-
    I ness into the question. And we are
    | enhcartened by the fact that the
    very tradition about which Rabbi
    Weberman speaks offers us much
    more of these elements, humane-
    ness and compassion, than his
    half-truths do.
    Dr. Joseph R. Xarot
    Rabbi, Temple Israel
    Of Greater Miami
    The Dade County Alliance forj
    Sater Cities was to told a steering
    committee meeting for members
    and other organizations interested
    in fighting crime and the fear of
    crime, Thursday at 2 p.m. in the
    board room of the Greater Miami
    Coalition, 902 SW 2nd Ave.
    Harry Fleischman, executive sec-
    retary of the National Alliance of
    Shaping Safer Cities, who was to
    report on what is happening around
    the country, in the various Alii- j
    ance Chapters and the projects'
    they have undertaken to reduce I
    crime, is a well-known author and '
    teacher of international affairs and j
    community relations courses. He I
    has appeared on many radio and j
    television forums and serves as
    coordinator of race relations foe
    the American Jewish Committee,
    and director of its National Labor
    Service.
    The American Jewish Commit-
    tee has initiated the program ant
    is acting as an interim organizing
    group.
    Selig Forte Forum Guest
    Mendoll M. Selig, chairman of the
    Council for the Economic DeveW
    opment of Israel, will speak on the
    topic "The Situation in Israel
    Updated," at 1 p.m. Tuesday at
    the Forte Forum, which meets in
    the auditorium at 1200 West Ave.
    SCHECHTER'S
    STRICTLY
    KOSHER
    HOTEL
    GLATT
    HEATED POOL
    Sandy Beach Free Parking
    Strictly Kosher Gourmet Meals
    Sugar, Salt & Fat-Free Diets
    Fully Air Conditioned & Heated
    TV & Radio In All Rooms
    Enjoy THANKSGIVING WEEKEND With Us
    Or Bring Your Family and Friends
    For Our Delicious Turkey Dinner.
    Make Your Reservations Toi
    OO d>:iy
    I ei person
    Ooublc occ.
    12 of 157 Nov. 23 to
    Hooms Dec. 19
    INCLUDING MEALS
    0061
    Entire oceanftont block 37th to 38th St MIAMI BEACH
    Let Us Arrange Your Function!
    Our expert catering staff will prepare
    your Luncheon. Meeting, Afternoon
    or Week-end Bar Mitzvahs,
    ylou cAboul Zbinner at llaldman's T'onigkt.
    Call Morris Waldman
    tor an aoDomtment.
    5385731
    Waldman
    MOTEL
    IN THE Oi
    < It
    IP
    WINSTON*
    DOWN HOME TASTE!
    (11)1 > J. UTNOIDS I0CCO COMMNV. WINSTON'SkltK. H.C.
    rafl*Tl".t3it^r

    Page 10-A
    *Jetet> Hcridttar
    Friday, November 19,
    1971


    LJhe AVafcfc/ Speaks J~ro\ J lie f^iilpH
    .

    i i
    Rivalry Recurrent Theme
    Fobbi Tibachnikott
    i mill BARRY TABAC1INIKOFF
    Temple Israel
    Sibling rivalry is a recurrent
    theme Throughout the Biblical nar-
    u-.e which our tradition preserves
    as a model for
    moral behavior.
    The tensions be-
    tween Jacob and
    Esau are paral-
    leled by the ac-
    counts of enmlt)
    Cain and Abel.
    [saa and Ish-
    mael and Joseph
    and his brothers.
    The signifi-
    cance of this re-
    curring theme is
    underscored by
    e honesty with which the text
    trratea these events. We might
    ipect editorial license that would
    .ei-e unwanted material in order
    1 elaborate more positively upon
    < ir eady ancestors. Rut there is
    i such indication. On the con-
    1 ary, our text is brutally frank
    p iout Jacob's shortcomings. Jacob
    U portrayed as acquiring the birth-
    Jit of th" first-born through
    ':-- exploitation of the suf-
    ring of his own brother (Gen.
    - 29-3*1 and by deceiving his
    i ".(I lather on his death bej |
    it. 27:1-29).
    Jacob is a fully human personal-
    ity replete with shortcomings and
    tilts. Perhaps for this reason we
    p e able to identify with him more
    adllj than with other literary
    h'roes described with attributes
    r than life that seem totally
    [reachable for us in our daily
    li es.
    But even as we identify with
    >>b. it is clear that the text
    < nderruis his selfish and immoral
    tiolM. In spite of a historical
    le a.s an instrumentality of God.
    Bible does not condone his
    v ekary.
    This i- clearly reflected in the
    I Jgra;>hic material compared by
    Nahum Sarna in "Understanding
    Genesis." Scripture reveals that
    A n-aham died at "a siood ripe age,
    c:d and contented" again describes Isaac as dying '"in
    pe old age" (Gen. 35:29). This
    .- ,tl o! approval is noticeably ab-
    - it in lespect to Jacob. His years
    are described simply as "few and
    hard" (Gen. 47:91. Trickery and
    travail were the hallmarks of his
    difficult life.
    The lesson for us is clear. We
    j are given an insight into human
    psychology and a model of family
    tensions. We can learn from Jacob
    both the positive and negative as-
    pects of human behavior. This is
    ! the mark of an intellectually hon-
    est account.
    We admit our shortcomings and
    Strive to overcome them. We
    recognize our petty jealousies and
    attempt to rise above them. We
    study our tradition to learn both
    the positive affirmations and also
    the in native prohibitions. We con-
    temn that which is wrong, even
    in our own tradition. We admit the
    humanity, even of our patriarchs.
    And we dedicate ourselves to learn-
    ing frcm our heritage how to live
    more fullv with understanding,
    concern and compassion for our
    fellow men in society and for our
    brother, even when he lives in our
    home.
    Dr. Moses Tendler Guest Of Honor
    CANDLELIGHTING TIMF
    1 KISLEV 5:11
    BT RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX \
    Why do some .lew* rise on
    their toes when reciting the
    "Kedusha" (i.e., the selected pas-
    sages which sanctify the Al-
    mighty?
    It is claimed by the rabbis in
    the Midrash (Tanehuma) that
    Jews emulate the angels when they
    sanctify the Almighty. In this ac-
    tion, man "rises" to the level ol
    the angels and hence, some rise
    on their toes.
    In a sense, this experience ele-
    vates man himself to spiritual
    heights. After all. the Almighty
    di.es not need man's expressions to
    sanctify Him.
    The recitation of the Kedusha
    simply is an instrument to benefit |
    man by impressing him with thej
    idea that man is capable of rising
    to the heights of .-anctity.
    Why are certain verses in the
    prayer liturgy repeated three
    times?
    Repeating something generally is
    B means of emphasizing the mat-
    ter. The Talmud (Menachoth 85a)
    relates that the messenger of the
    ourt would repeat his messagi I
    three times. A medieval authoritv
    (Maharil) has explained that rep-
    etition safeguards against error
    Basically, certain key phrases
    <.r verses were repeated three times
    to emphasize their certainty, to.
    help us realize their importance
    and to perhaps remind us that we
    are before the heavenly court when
    we pray.
    I
    Traditionally observant South
    Florida scientists have been in-
    vited to attend an organizational
    meeting in the home of Rabbi and
    -Mrs. Tjfcor H. Stern. 3606 Fla-
    mingo Dr.. Miami Beach, at 8:15
    p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, where a
    branch of tjie Unions of Orthodox
    Jewish Scientists Organization of
    America will be formed.
    Dr. Moses Tendler, who heads
    the Biology Department of Ye-

    shiva University, has accepted a
    invitation to be the guest spe^k "
    at this historic cultural enuir,n
    His topic will be The %*
    Science." Ul
    All of the moiv than 1.000 mom.
    bers of the organization are hold
    ers of academic degrees; mam i
    them occupy imiwtant posts i
    leading universities or are m
    volved in major government sci-
    entific projects.
    IS-abbinical Je/(
    evision
    r.
    rogrant*
    Nov. 21
    Nov. 21
    Nov. 21
    - Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
    (Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.'
    Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
    Topic: The Third World"
    Guests: Tom Uguru, a native of Nigeria, and
    Rev. Harold Long
    - Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
    Host: Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Israelite Center
    Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
    Topic: "Thanksgiving and Happiness"
    Host: Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
    Guests: David Horowitz, a student in the Beth David
    Hebrew High School, and Sammy Abramson and
    Mark Miller, students in the Mesh, ta High School
    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    'Toledos'
    "And these are the generations of Isaac Abraham's son
    (Chapters 25:19-28:9)
    JACOB AND ESAU: It was not until 20 year- .
    marriage thai Rebekah bore twin sons, as a result of I
    prayers to God Esau, the elder, became a hunter, while Jacob,
    the younger, led a peaceful life as a shepherd. Esau -
    little regard for his privileges as first-born and, on one occ
    when returning from hunting in a famished state, agreed to tell
    his birthright to Jacob in return for some bread and Until
    pottage.
    ISAAC" AT GERAR ^n account of ?. famine, Isaac wen! to
    live in Gerar. declaring that Rebekah was his sister. Although
    Abimelech the King of Gerar, discovered the truth. Isaac was
    allowed to remain in the city and through his Industrious fforts
    becairo prosperous. This aroused the envy of the people and
    Abimelech requested Isaac to leave his country. Join
    through the valley of Gerar he dug up his fathi r'a well!
    bad been covered with earth by the Philistines, and eventual!)
    reached Beer-Sheha. Before long he was visited by Abimelech
    who, recognizing that Isaac was favored by God, concluded a
    peace treaty with him. Meanwhile. Esau grieved his parei
    marrying two Hittite women.
    BLESSING OF ISAAC: Isaac had grown old blind n II
    that the time had come to confirm Esau's authority as fir-
    He therefore requested Esau to bring him some venison, tha>
    he might eat some of it and bless him. R 'bekah, over!,
    th< conversation, blessed Jacob in Esau's garments, covei
    hands and neck with goat-skin to make them feel hairy, and
    sent him to Isaac with venison. Jacob's voice aroused I
    suspicions, but they were allayed when he felt his hands He
    blessed Jacob and told him that his descendants would inherit
    a fertile land and rule over other nations. No sooner had Jacob
    left than Esau returned and the truth was discovered; but Isaac
    did not revoke the former blessing In response to Esau's plea,
    he foretold that the future generations of Esau would live by
    the sword but would have to serve Jacob's descendants for some
    time. Esau vowed to kill his brother a.- soon as their father died,
    so Rebekah advised her favorite son to leave home and stay
    with Laban, her brother, at HaraO. Isaac, now realizing that It
    was God's will that Jacob should possess the rights of the st-
    born. gave him similar counsel and expressed the wish that bo
    choose a wile front among his uncle's family. After Jacob had
    left Bocr-Sheba, Esau In an effort to placate his parents for
    marrying alien wives, married his cousin, a daughter of Ishmaei
    #vcliqioi1s ^5<
    '9
    crvices
    BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
    Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
    Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
    Friday 7:4.*, p.m. Sermon topie: "Re-
    form Judaism HetUerli Th- Past ami
    The Puttire." Saturday 1 *:4r. am I'.ar
    Mitzvah: Itoherc A Kaplan, son ..f
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan: Max
    Kiip.-]. -on of Mr. and Mrs David
    Kopel.
    I L:
    MM
    A M A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
    Canter Aron Ben Aron. 1
    ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
    Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
    BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
    dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Mernert Baumgard. 3
    EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
    Cantor William W. Lipson 4
    M p.m. Sermon "Mm
    m ." booh by T V l-
    11-i-.i, in honor "f Jewish l!->k
    li Saturday 9 .. m Bar tltta
    larsjn l sadoi \i i -
    J ui- Gailon
    EETH EL 500 SW 17th Ave. Orino-
    co x. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
    EETH KOOESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave
    Modern Traditional Rabbi Ma< .
    Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickso- 6
    I! I '< p in \v-
    i l.ui sky, i
    i -vill i pi rip- i
    ' .n (1 i Happ I by
    .. u Sh.il.hat ho Hi
    rlfci Kreutav m.:
    Uve Ai-.i i
    i Law." '.:i:. pin To I:. Reborn"
    Supers tun t?"; arid Rabbi Ntcofau
    IMiMiiann in Kaplan Hall will speak
    on: "Because It's the Sabbath, It
    Turn.- Mi- iin"
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
    Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
    Friday B:J6 p.m. B:1S p.m. Saturday
    vi. a m Sermon: "Portion of the
    Week'
    OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
    Glixman. is
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
    Klein. __-__ 14J
    2ION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con- '
    servstive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. I
    16
    l-Yalay 20 p.m. Saturday Sam Bar
    Milzvah RJrlc .la.-.ihs. son "I Mr.
    mm) kin .s..i JaeotML
    BETH TFILAH 939 Euclid Ave. Or-
    thodox. Rabbi Jeseph E. Rackov-
    sky. 22
    ------------
    BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
    TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
    EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative Rabbi Simnn
    Anrt. Cantor Seymour H^-kes 8!
    i) 1:15 Mi i Jip peaker
    I : .'
    I. Panrily in
    -11.1
    -
    HJALEAH
    TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
    4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
    than Zolondek. 15
    Prldaj > i". pm Sermon: Has Thou
    Bui One Bk. mi?."' Saturda) : :)"
    NORTH MIAMI
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
    13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative |
    R.ibbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben j
    Zion Kirschenbaum. 35 |
    MIAMI BEACH
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave !
    Orthodox. 17
    CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
    1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
    m
    EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing.
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adktr. 24
    Friday 5 pro.. 8:30 p.m. Cuesl preach-
    rr. Rabbi HiroKhi okamotn. Saturday
    !i a.m. Sermon: -"The Weekly Portion
    "i the Bible." m:ai am. Itar Mltsvah:
    Tuny Blank, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv
    Blank.
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnctres
    Dr. Orthodox. Rsbbi Alexsnder S.
    Gross 25
    CONO. ANNELL (Brjncn of He-
    brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid.
    tan Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
    Ben-Hillel. 25-A
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
    Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
    Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
    OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
    man. 30
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 6-5
    Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
    CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
    44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
    Groner. 32
    NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
    CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
    way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
    tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 32-A
    Thursday 10:4f. am Temple Will ob-
    serve an Inter-Faith Tmutka(lvln|
    Da) s.'rvio." with Pather John
    D'Conner as Ruest ipaajKor.
    NOtTM MIAMI BEACH
    ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
    NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservs-
    tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cm
    tor Nathaniel Schub. S3
    BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. St 11th
    Ave. Conservative. Rsbbi Mas Lip-
    schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
    Friday evenlnc, Serni.ni topic 'The
    Rothchllds"
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 141! Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
    Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
    MENORAH (Tesnple). 620 75th St
    Conseivstive. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    ewitz. Cantor Nko Feldman. 28
    ISRAEL (Temple) CF GREATER
    Miarai. 137 NE 19th street. Reform '
    Rabbi Joseph R. Narot 10
    lay .vi'1 p.m. Thr.-<- simultani
    .- bh I 1 n Joseph H
    ' In the Hum-ill. k '"hap.!. wID I
    i :.-\ ond '' dom and
    nlty" by It V skiiin.-r lthhl I
    > I- Tabaehnlkoff in Temple
    luary will dlscuat Superstar or I
    BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
    Rabbi Berel We; .. 18
    BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir I
    sky. Carto* Maurice Mamches. 1t .
    BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 194S
    Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
    David Raab. Canto- Saul Breeh. 20
    Friday M:lr, pm Bat Milxyah: Heidi
    Fflbers;, dauKhter of Mr. and Mi.
    ''arl Roaenbefg. Saturday 9 a.m.
    NER TAmili tiempis). 80th St. snd
    Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
    Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Cantor Ed-
    ward Klein 29
    Prlday B:1S p.m Sermon loplv: 'Mun-
    and the World \\ a Uve In"
    BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
    Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
    SINAI (Temple) o< NORTH OADE
    18801 NE .2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
    Shulkes. 37
    Friday ovenUMjf, Sermon: "W'hals
    New in Th.- inion Baturdaj l<
    a.m. Bnal Mitivali: N'.-il f..lun. Harry
    Kaleky.
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
    Caplan. 38
    Friday '.: I:, p m Saturday '.' a in B %
    mnn: "Zionism Vehicle For Pree-
    dom"
    YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
    MIAMI. 990 NE 171e 6t. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
    Saturday : a.m. Bermoa topic; "You
    Bel The Rules."
    ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Av.
    Conservative. Rabbi Maxv.." Berj-
    er. Cantor Mordecai Yaidum "
    Prldaj IS p.m. Topic I"-. A*B
    (irt." Baturdaj IS .1 m
    SURFSWE
    MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
    9293 Hsrding Ave.. Surtsidt. Tows
    . Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D vir
    FT. UUOEIDALE
    BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E 0*-
    land Park Blvd. Rabbi Ahiva B"i;
    liant. Cantor Maurice Ncu.
    EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland P""
    Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. *<>
    rams. Cantor Jerome Klement.
    P0MPAN0 BEACH
    SHOLOM (Ten.ple). 132 SE 1'th AvJ.
    Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. 5*w
    Cantor Ernest Schreiber.
    -----------
    MAHGATE
    MARGATE JEWISH CENTEh". W
    NW 9th SL
    HALUNDA1E
    HALLANDALE JEWISH
    Rtv.
    Rabbi Max J. Weiti V"'"' ,-,.
    Jacob Danziger. 126 NE. 1 *,
    HOiUWGOD
    BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S^ 14t" ***
    Reform. Rabbi Samuel J"-
    _!__ f.v..i-. > 11("
    '
    COtAL GABIES
    JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
    Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
    Friday hi;, p.m. "Parents Meet
    rearhers Sabbath." Saturda.) 11:15
    a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Benjamin Khrii.-h.
    son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bhrilch.
    Friday erenins:, Top'' '"sCiaVi."
    alam Between Past anl ""J ,,,
    followed by Cmea: Shabl
    Mr. and Mik. Sidney roruin
    day 11 am Itar Mil
    Matthew Foidill, soli ol MJ "
    Sidney Forrtin.
    a------
    BETH SHALOM ^^'^J^n*"
    ro. St. Conservative '*. M
    Malavsky. Csntor 'rving Goto
    SINAI (Tempi.) WJfTsM**
    Conservstive. Rsbbi Osv'a
    Cantor Y.hud. He.lbraun.
    MIRAMAR 8t.
    ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW a
    Conservative.


    Friday. November 19, 1871
    fJett'isti Ffariidliictiri
    Page 11-A
    /\S
    Max Lerner
    Sees It
    NEW YORK We are having lo dr-al with a surprising
    juvenile delinquency among adults, in New York and Washington.
    First there was the juvenile response by the U.N. delegations to
    the China vote, then the juvenile response of President Nixon,
    and finally the juvenile response of the Senate to kill the whole
    ireign aid program, ft was a mounting chain-effect of spleen,
    petulance and vindictiveneas. And the victims aside from the
    stature of the U.N., Senate and President, are likely to he the
    poor throughout the world and their children.
    i? & i*
    RECALLING LENIN'S "sickness of left infantilism" what
    ,. have thus witnessed was the unholy alliance between the In-
    fantile left and the infantile right. The conservatives Of both
    parties long haters of foreign aid. were unable alone to kill it.
    The liberals, mainly Democrats of lofty humanitarian persuasion,
    have come to reject foreign aid because much of it is military.
    yet alone they, too, couldn't kill it. lint the two together, in an
    holy alliance of right-wing isolationism and left-wing Isola-
    tionism, hit on the winning and damning vote.
    I dislike both infantilisms and both isolationisms, yet 1 know
    I: u powerful are the emotional sources from which they derive.
    The right-wing isolationists are convinced we are being played
    i a sucker by cynical Old World regimes and upstart small
    I .'ions. They also suspecl that it makes them popular back
    home to assert that America won't continue as the some.' of
    or relief and global welfarism for nations too lazy to stand
    c: their own feet and ingrates to boot.
    The Marshall Plan, which stalled the aid program, was
    p. wr meant to get gratitude, but to put the shattered societies
    Europe back on their feet. But the newer nations have lacked
    I hi kind o!' political fabric that Europe had. and aid to them
    I foundered because they have not used it to become produc-
    However, the whole array of technical assistance programs
    - been worth doing, and it would be childish to end them
    & &
    THE TWO BATTLE CRIKS wove together like point and
    nti r|)int from the right wing, "To hell with the U.N. and
    I funny little nations." and from the left wing. "To hill with
    regimes we don't like." Their joint victory came as a sur-
    prise even to the victors, especially to the Pulbright liberals.
    They thought they were only doing their regular routine fling.
    ' have some fun with Nixon and assert the Senate machismo,
    and lo and behold, here they were in possession of the field
    ,(' without much notion of v.Imt to do with their triumph.
    All they have is another whiff o: rhetoric to add to their
    I iff of grapeshot namely that this marks the end of an era.
    i i it the coll war is over and with it the idea of foreign aid as
    ans of influence in foreign policy. I am always impressed
    1.. the rhetorical gimmick of anyone who pronounces that some-
    marks the end of this or that without pronouncing what it
    arks the beginning of.
    One thing I feel in my bones as well as in my mind that
    n aid badly needs rethinking. This particular old. gray.
    ezing, spavined mare ain't what she used to be. The double
    aim of foreign aid was to help the weak economies and to exert
    leverage influence on regimes. But the handouts of capital for
    ambitious schemes failed to do anything. And the inevitable out-
    ne of trying to make friends by gifts is to make enemies
    the gifts slow down or stop.
    & THE ONLY All) THAT has carried some influence clout
    Iv.s been military aid, which is why it has waxed while economic
    aid has waned'. In many new small stabs the elites that count
    are the military elites. To close down the American military'
    missions, as Fulbright suggests, would mean to break communi-
    ra'ions with these elites and surrender them to other voices.
    Maybe American foreign aid should be handed over to inter-
    national agencies to administer, with American money, but I
    can't see that this will assuage the "Uncle Sam Sucker" syn-
    drome of many senators. There ought to be a better way of do-
    il than the present one which puts the executive and military in
    the saddle and frustrates the Senate. Surely this should be de-
    cided in a full-dress debate in Congress and the nation, and not
    by the snap judgment of a Senate acting on pique, with 32 of
    members off on fiddlings of their own while foreign aid
    t'umed. Any new Plan, in my own view, should bring into the
    Picture the experience and judgment of a nongovernmental
    group, to ride herd on executive and Congress, diplomats and
    military, and give the nation the cooler detachment of outsiders.
    Rahhi Schwartz
    Locl Hamioin Lodge -"''.i. B'nai
    B'rith will bold its'monthly meet-
    ing in the Washington Federal
    auditorium. fi99
    NE 167th St.,
    at S p.m. Mon-
    ti a y according
    tf> an announce-
    ment made by
    Jack Chaiken,
    president.
    The program
    will include a
    film entitled
    "Let My People
    Co" and a talk
    on Israel by
    Rabbi Harry E.
    Schwartz, who has been a visitor
    there on four separate occasions.
    Rabbi Schwartz, who served for
    .".."> years as spiritual leader of the
    Congregation Beth Israel, Hemp-
    Stead, I..I.. N.V., now icsides in
    North Miami Beach. A graduate
    of the Jewish Theological Semi-
    nary of America, he also holds
    .Master of Hebrew Literature and
    Doctor of Divinity degrees, and
    lias often teen referred to as the
    dean of Long Island rabbis.
    Carys Donate Pediatric
    Ventilator To Mt. Sinai
    Rabbi Schwartz
    An Improved pediatric medical
    device one of the first of its
    I kind in Florida has been in-
    stalled at Mount Sinai Hospital.
    Dr. Milton S. Grossman, director
    I of Mount Sinai's pediatrics di-
    .partment, sail the Bourns Pediat-
    ric Ventilator donate, by Mr. and
    \li- Elton M. Cary will a>>ist, or
    if necessary, complete!) control.
    I the breathing of infants born with
    respiratory problems, thus help-
    ing them through the first few
    critical days. It also can be ap-
    plied in cases Involving children
    Up lo age two. be said.
    i
    "Tins respirator represents a
    significant addition to o ir new-
    .Hun intensive car.' unit." Dr.
    Grossman said. "In the past we
    v.iic using a modified adult res-
    pirator, Which was just barely adc-
    i piilc."
    Adult respiratory equipment i-
    reared to an average of 12-1H
    Kej). Fascell
    Issues Strong
    Statement
    Centimed Prom Page i-.\
    West would have a positive in-
    fluence on Russian leaders and
    indicated that recent protests
    do appear lo have Caused
    the Soviets lo ease their emigra-
    tion policies somewhat.
    The South Florida Congress-
    man, who is a ranking member
    of the Foreign Affairs Commit-
    tee served as a Representative
    of the United States to the 24th
    General Assembly of the United
    Nations, told the Subcommittee,
    "This matter should he one of
    high priority at the U.N., and
    should figure prominently on
    President Nixon's agenda during
    his forthcoming trip to Moscow."
    bn aths per minute, whi
    r
    Iborn child often breathes 70 tii
    |a minute. In a d:!ion, the siz<
    the wind pipe grows substantia
    as the body ages, thus a mi
    smaller amount of air is nee i
    for each child's breath.
    Tin Bourns \'> ntilator is voluj
    ,( ntrolled and delivers ex ict
    amounts of oxygen to the patie it,
    i vhereas adult respirators are pr s-
    Isure-controlled, and too much pr --
    sure could damage ;, child's lui .-.
    Development of the Bourns V r.
    tilator, considered by Dr. Gro*s-
    ' man one of the better moi
    available, took more than t
    'ears. The original Bouits v -
    built only fm Infants, but mod. i-
    ; ations hi ve been made so I
    nachine at Mount Sinai can lid
    older children, as well.
    The device is portable and is
    electrically-powered and pist
    driven, insuring stability of opi -
    tion.
    LES LINTON, PHOTOGRAPHER
    30 years experience
    ALL PURPOSE PHOTOGRAPHY
    When in a hurray CALL 443 6123
    2445 S.W. 32nd AVENUE, MIAMI
    WHERE SPENDING IS SAVING
    FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
    Miller Drug Company, Inc.
    217-19 N.E. I.t AVENUE
    MIAMI, PHONES 371 6731
    371 5862
    Tormenting Rectal Itch
    Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
    Promptly Relieved
    In many cases Preparation H
    gives prompt, temporary relief
    from such pain and itching
    and actually helps shrink
    swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
    sues caused by inflammation.
    Testa by doctors on hun-
    dreds of patients showed this
    to be true in many cases. In
    fact, many doctors, them-
    selves, use Preparation H or
    recommend it for their fam-
    ilies. Preparation H ointment
    or suppositories.
    J. M. LIPTON
    INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
    GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS
    614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING
    101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA
    FR 1-5631 FR 7-1671
    o
    ^
    When you grow
    over $50,000,000 in ONE YEAR,
    you're in a good position
    to make some favorable
    MORTGAGE
    toWtntlaUCondominiunvMuIti Family. Commercial .Land Acquisition i Develoonwtt
    Coll Us at 532-5566
    AMERICAN SAVINGS
    L& LOAN ASSOCIATION pF MIAMI BEACH
    O
    Oceanside (Main)Office
    1655 Washington Avenue
    (corner of Lincoln Road)
    Bayside Office
    1200 Lincoln Rojd Malt
    I corner of Alton Road)
    North SKore Office
    200 71st Street
    (corner qf Coffins Ave j
    SHEPARO BROAO. Chairman of the Board^I MORRIS N. BROW, Pnudent


    Page 12-A
    +Je*isti flcrkfiari
    Friday, November 19,
    B'nai B'rith Council
    Sponsors Celebration
    Approximately 48 men's lodgos! nization in the world, with more
    and 28Snft^*WflW!*-in trie- fnflrt*550.WU .IIUIRHU* in 46 <*>un- \ *> ^Jg* %T/win.s and 57
    Florida Birds Subject Of
    Recently-Published Book
    More than 308 species are treat-
    ed in a new book called "Birds of
    I Florida," published, recently by E:.
    j A. Seeman Publishing. Inc.. a Mb
    | ami-headquartered firm. Written
    tries around the world.
    ' includes 230 line drawings and 57
    Lorber Chapter of the Children's
    Asthma Research Institute and
    Hospital at Denver has scheduled
    an art auction at Temple Beth Am,
    5950" N. Kendall Dr:. -Suhday: Pre-
    view time is 2 p.m. The auction be-
    gins at 3 p.m.
    The Edward Weston collection
    brate the 128th birthday of Bnai .., uluu..u .c- ... photographs in both
    d^at fi STJL'SdS: e entertainment highlights of I
    . j -..__a ,*; the evenings program will feature
    sons are expected to attend this &
    .,: _. ___I j. j Rose Byrum, operatic songstress,
    significant event. There is no ad- f
    ... .. ,,i,K, ; i the well-known humorist. Lou
    mission charge; the public is cor-
    j; i! ; .*- Shore, and Henry Howard. T\ and
    dially invited. j thealer star who wjl] ^ neard jn
    The main speaker will be E. i a dramatic description of the War-
    Albert Pallot. former vice presi- I saw tragedy, when Jews fought
    dent of international Bnai B'rith the Nazi troopers to a standstill,
    who is presently national chair-
    man c' the Armed Forces and | The 128th birthday observance is
    Veterans Service Committ... Mr. sponsored by the B'naiB'rithCoun- themes.
    color and
    The line drawings of Constance
    S. McSweeney, which should aid
    nature lovers with identification,
    are placed conveniently adjacent
    to descriptive texts about the
    birds. Mr. Fichter. a resident of
    Homestead, has written or coauth-
    ored more than a dozen other
    books on science and nature
    Pallot will describe the accomplish-
    ments of international B'nai B'rith
    the largest Jewish service orga-
    Sociologist Predicts
    Jewish Renaissance
    In United States
    NEW YORK (WNS) Dr.
    Leonard J. Fein, professor of Poli-
    tics an' Social Policy at Brai
    Univi rsitj
    delegates attending the nati
    eociri! a-'ion conferen e of the Na-
    tional Women's League of the j
    United Sj d: "For1
    the first time In the hi tory of t!
    American Jewish community a
    Juda >ted in Jewish va
    with the kind of commit
    which regards J; a chal-
    lenge, as an n hievi m nl as -
    thing which excites the imagination
    a Judaism worth the effort a
    Judaism one can love has now
    become a real billty."
    Dr. F.'in, who said he i? optl nis
    tic about a new Ami rican J' v
    renaissance b Hiune "Jews
    In-
    deed1, hung > foi Jewish i n-
    ano.." was criti i Jev ish
    it, ho we \ e r. Syna-
    gogues and Jewish educational sys-
    tem i and inds are not
    productivi. hi noted, tern
    Jewish leadership in th > welfare
    fun -
    cil ot South Florida Lodges, of
    which Malcolm Fromberg is presi-
    dent Herman Nudelman. memh, :-
    ship champion of the United State?
    and president of the Freedom
    ;e, Is general chairman of the
    affair.
    Among the dignitaries present
    . Jay Markowitz, president of
    Grand Lodge 5, Cov .
    seven states, including Florida;
    Arnold D. Ellison, executive vice
    . i sident, Han iel Horow it/
    i:--i vice preskli nt, District 5, an I
    nuel Pasco president th
    Florida State Association of B'nai
    I
    OaWl
    ITALIAN
    OTAURAMT
    3 DINING ROOMS!
    SERVING LUNCH
    11:30 A.M. TO 3:30 P.M.
    DINNER FROM
    4:30 P.M. TO 10
    CLOSED TUES.
    W ADTMUJI
    UVItt *0
    Beth Aril Auction Benefits CARIH
    will be featured at t
    Other artists inelu.l. | are p
    Chagall. Degas, Israeli artistl.
    many others.
    The public is welcome to a
    Proceeds will go to the hospjJ.
    continuing child care and asB
    research.
    P.M.
    Prim* tlrloin tteak ...
    ierved Japanest ityit
    Eicilingl
    MIAMI
    VILLAS
    JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
    THAT MADE THE FAMOUS.
    FAMOUS
    WORLD RENOWNED
    Your Hosts
    The lerneis,
    The Zuckermans
    anl Larry Winkler
    PRIVATE
    DINING ROOMS
    AVAILABLE
    REST.URANT
    531-39t7 S71 Washington Avi M.I.
    The Studio Restaurant
    LUXURIOUS DINING
    ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
    For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
    2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-25
    CoN For Information Before Going To The Theatre

    BREAKFAST & LUNCH
    SPECIALS
    SEAFOOD DINNERS
    OUR SPECIALTY
    EVELYN'S
    RF SI Al RAN T
    7300 Red Road
    7AM -4PM Man U Sat
    dinner- Tu -Fri ^ 9 H M
    r
    FUND RAISING TIME
    hHOV at the
    Wonderful World ot
    BANQUETS PARTIES
    LUNCHEONS
    MEETINGS
    Fabulous Din!n Facilities
    Private Areas & Gardens
    American & Can rone so
    Menu at All Times
    Authentic Native Show
    RESTAURANT and 6ARDENS
    U 1 I JUST NOtTH Of CUIISTIIAM pack
    IIAMI M*-4t7 UHOMAhO tit
    446-0879
    Delicatessen Caterers Restaurant
    Served 4 to 8 P.M.
    THIS WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL
    Appetizer
    Cup of Soup Chef Salad
    SHORT RIBS OF BEEF
    Potatoes Vegetables
    Coffee or Tea, Hot or Iced
    Dessert
    $2.25
    THRU THURS. NOV. 25
    An Intimate
    Rendez-vous for
    Gourmets & Bon-vivanls
    ^PICCADILLY
    MtTAUMNT k WLOUNOC
    SS N.E. 40th Street. Miami
    RESERVATIONS: 7S1-1S1I
    Luncheon 11 HI :
    DlBJMTl:M-ia:M
    Opt* Sumdmy It Dinner
    NO
    FREE BEER!!!!!!
    FREE CIGARS!!!!
    FREE WINE!!!!!!
    FREE ANYTHING!!
    mWE HAVE GREAT FOOD
    AT POPULAR PRICES
    GIANT COCKTAILS
    AMERICANA DECOR!!!!
    THE PUCE WHERE LOCAL PEOFLE DINE AND
    THE PRICE OF THE ENTREES INCLUDES ASSORTEO
    ANTIPASTOS, CRISP SALADS, HOT CRUSTY BREAD,
    CHOICE OF POTATO OR PASTA, OLD FASHIONED
    PEANUT MACHINE AT THE DAR-
    TRE ONE ANOONIV
    4*^ JIMMY If Mil-
    ^^Al StttraUn Beach ^/
    9XBE9BXK* RESTAURANT
    masnmm _________A LOUNGE
    GALA RE-OPENING Of THE
    ROYAL HUNGARIAN KB RESTAliRAr
    THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 25th at 3 P.M. |
    731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach-Telephone 538-5401
    DRINKS AND NOSHERAI ON THE HOUSE
    ^^AM^AA^^V^^W^WWVWVW^^^M^
    -ww*
    Continental TED Kosher Caterers
    WEDDINGS
    BAR MITZVAHS BANOUETS UNLIMITED
    At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
    COMPLETE TAKE-OUT FOODS HOME DELIVERY
    Call for Free Take-Our Brochure ....
    8393 BIRO ROAD, Miami Phones 226-1744, 221-9094^2*^
    ******* *A**A*^^^^*WWWWWWVM*^^*A*****^_^--
    **********A****VVVVVMVVVMMVVVVVVV^^***^*A***
    i
    HAROLO PONT and IRVIN GORDON
    KOSNSft CATERERS Tfr3
    170 N.W. 6tk 8TRHT, MIAMI
    PMONI: FR4-MM
    "ViM#vwwyw>
    MR MITZVAHS-MCErTiO*
    .#-sin
    OPEN HOUSE WEDDIN0*
    g.bbi Abf.h* J-


    Jay. November 19. 1971
    * hn i s ti fhrfdian
    Page 13-A
    [Mel's Canner Releases Schedule
    or Fund-Raising Events In 1972
    king Canner of North Miami for Nov, 28 from 6-11 p.m. at the
    |ch, chairman of the finance Stern Galleries in the Americana
    mittee of The Hillel Comrnu- Hotel. Major contemporary Euro-
    pean, American and Israeli artists
    of our time will be featured.
    Show parties at the Deauville
    Hotel, from the week of Dec. 23
    until after the Passover holidays
    are planned by Elaine Baxter and
    Terry Drucker.
    A general merchandise auction
    L>
    will take place in February, and
    Bertie Kuttler, chairman, will ac-
    cept all donations. Plans are un-
    derway for the second Hillel bene-
    fit evening of entertainment with
    stars performing for the residents
    and tourists who attend the bene-
    fit. The year will conclude with a
    plane charter to the Caribbean
    early next summer.
    PERSONALIZED CANDLES
    FOR KEEPSARE&
    Your Picture & Name on the Candle
    II I IHIIM.S It Mils MUMOHI l/A
    Other Styles available. Choice of Colors & Scents,
    Beautifully Hand Decorated & Custom Made to Order.
    tSARMCASM.FXKAFT as iiomt, .*:
    (all MAKI.IK CLINTON Phi 751-6194
    ______________M U U \ ( \M)I I <:<>,
    IRVING CANHER
    Day School has announced
    balendar of major fund-raising
    titles, With these projects, the
    knit tee hopes to raise the ap~
    jimatcly $100,000 deficit the
    lionce between the cost of fi-
    tiriR the school's 165 students
    I the amount they pay in tui-
    he first activity planned is a
    by World bus tour, a family
    Irsion for adults and their
    Iron. Sunday. Dianne Frankel,
    p-man, reports that the buses
    air-conditioned with stereo
    Ic and lavatory facilities. Res-
    It ions are limited.
    aine Baxter will be the chair-
    of an Art Auction, planned
    Men's Club president Jerome Neiman puts the finishing
    touches on a building fund pledge of $40,000 for Temple
    Adath Yeshurun, as congregation president Max Waltz-
    man, left, looks over his shoulder. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
    is the gentleman with the wide grin. The drive for the half-
    million dollar goal for the temple's new sanctuary and
    school remodeling was kicked off last month with a ground-
    breaking ceremony, which featured Sen. Henry "Scoop"
    Jackson.
    AUTO LEASING, inc
    -Vrri'ny rl/iami /iratJ, for otfr ISyrl,
    PRESENTS THE
    ULTIMATE l\ LVXVRY DRIVING
    1972 MERCEDES BENZ
    Immediate Delivery 26 month Lease
    1972 MERCEDES 220 S
    Vulo. trans., power nt erring, disc C 0/~lrf^
    brakes, factor) air cond.. linl glass. S\ l^-J
    radio, healer. All standard equipment. '
    PKK MONTH
    Oilii-i ih'mIiI- available ui similar !* coftt.
    I nil Maintraanrr. Liri*nr X InAiiranrc \wiilahlr
    ul I..... Moalhl; \il Cadillac El Dorado. Srdan De Ville. Coupe DeVille.
    Lincoln. Oldsmobile. Bukk. Chevrolet
    and Station Wagons also available
    DADE
    532-5421
    BROWARD
    525-9300
    KAMI IIVKOH M>v |3|5 MliiN Kit.. MIW1I HK \t II
    l<
    ANOTHER RESTAURANT?
    THERE ARE 24 PAGES OF RESTAURANTS
    LISTED IN THE YELLOW PAGES.
    !
    j NEW! IN CORAL GABLES
    | VINTON'S TOWN HOUSE
    I IN LA PALMA HOTEL
    116 ALH AM BRA CIRCLE
    I 'WE BELIEVE THAT YOU Will LIKE US''
    BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER.
    I FRENCH-AMERICAN CUISINE
    DINNER RES. 443-1117
    Ml
    !
    I
    i
    i
    i
    I
    i
    GOLDSTEIN'S
    PIZZA
    from $1.45 to $3.50
    SUBS
    from $1.15 to $2.25
    SPAGHETTI $1.50
    with bread and
    tossed salad
    coke sprite
    orange
    DHIVCRY FB0M 5 P.M. TO MIONICHT SO, (HARCf
    . OPEN TIL I AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY
    18695 SO DIXIE HWY. 667-5674
    THE GREENFIELD INSTITUTE FOR ADULT STUDIES
    "THE JEW: SELF AND SOCIETY"
    i
    Ten Sunday Mornings at 10 o'clock
    At Temple Israel of Greater Miami
    NOVEMBER 21
    Rabbi Samuel Sandmel of the Hebrew Uiron College-Jewish Institute of Reliqion, a dis-
    tinguished author end teacher, v/ill be thefirst visiting lecturer, speaking on "The Enjoy-
    ment of the Bible."
    DECEMBER 5
    Philosopher Abraham Kaplan of the University of Michigan, will discuss 'The Psychol-
    ogy of Women and the Meaning of Love."
    DECEMBER 19
    Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg of Tencfly, N.J., a member of the governing body of the World
    Jewish Agency, will be here to provide "Another View of Israel" where he spent the last year
    on sabbatical.
    JANUARY 9
    The colorful editor of The Jewish Spectator, Trude Weiss-Rosemarin, will tell of "The Cul-
    tured Jew: A Nostalgic Portrait from Memory."
    JANUARY 16
    Rabbi Edwin H. Friedman, of Bethesda, Md. Jewish Congregation, will lecture on "Teach-
    ing Parents to be Incompetent."
    JANUARY 30
    Rabbi Jacob Agus, a familiar and popular guest from Baltimore returns, his subject: "Jeru-
    salem in America."
    FEBRUARY 13
    Also a repeater, by request, will be Rabbi Robert Gordis of the Jewish Theological Semi-
    nary, speaking on "The Social, Political and Economic Ideals of the Bible."
    FEBRUARY 20
    "The Crime of Punishment A Look at Prison Reform" will be Dr. Karl Menninger's
    seminar subject.
    MARCH S
    Sister Margaret Traxler, Acting Director of the National Catholic Conference for Interra-
    cial Justice, will provide insights on "The Roman Catholic Church in Ferment."
    MARCH 19
    Miss Sally Priesand, who will be ordained as the first woman rabbi next June at Hebrew
    Union College, will discuss "A Woman Rabbi: Her Problems, Prerogatives and Principles."
    THE EUGENE AND SHIRLEY GREENFIELD
    INSTITUTE FOR ADULT STUDIES
    Non Member Registration Fee: $15.00
    TO: Temple Israel of Greater Miami
    137 N.E. 19th Street
    Miami, Florida 33101
    Phone: 379-8311
    Please register the following
    (Name and Address) ....................................
    Snclosed find S as registration fee
    Husband and Wife, S7.50 additional
    The single lecture charge will be $2.00
    A Series ticket will be issued to all who register
    \ '
    - -.-**
    -


    Page 14-A
    9- jtapiiMNrtMfcff
    Friday, November 19.1?
    THE AMERICAN SCENE
    By: BEN GALLOB
    Activists Developing Organizational Base
    LiCopyriuhl (el 1 TI JMvitt Teli*it|>hle Ac. n. > I
    F.ADF.RS OK THK .IKWISII student activist
    movement arc grappling for the first time with
    a typical establishment ppobkm creating a solid
    organizational base qualified to receive Jewish com-
    munal funds on a regular basis. The money is needed
    to fund constituent groups which have led a hand-
    to-mouth existence since the movement emerged on
    do/.ens of campuses during the past half-decade.
    The activist leaden are seeking to develop a
    forma! and hopefully permanent tax-exempt struc-
    ture, meeting the requirements of the Internal Rev-
    enue Service and of the Council of Jewish Federa-
    tions and Welfare Funds. According to the current
    issue of "Network," the official publication of the
    N ath American Jewish Students' Network which
    claims to represent 240 Jewish activist student
    groups those labors have brought about a North
    American Jewish Students Appeal which has not
    y< i been incorporated as a tax exempt agency but
    hopefully soon will be.
    A number of the activist leaders early came to
    the conclusion that sine their goals were based on
    strong Jewish commitment even if the elders cid
    not necessarily approve all the methods used in
    pursuit of those goals the groups merited Jewish
    communal support, always provided the establish-
    ment tud.no sttngs to such financial help. The
    Network report cited some successes to initial bids
    for funding, both locally and at the national level.
    The latter included a $30,000 allocation in 'seed
    money" from the CJF college youth an" faculty
    committee in non-recurring grants to specific stu-
    dent projects and continued support from the
    American Zionist Youth Foundation for a number
    of "basicallj Israel-oriented student activities."
    In search of regular runding. student leaders
    met with Federation leaders who indicated readiness
    to help but 'when they askec us what our budgets
    were, it we were lax-exempt, how we would divide
    up the money the whole organisational nip we
    had nothing to tell them:" Later when various suc-
    cessful independent national activist groups began
    to despair of going without funds, some of them
    finally decided to gel II all together. Agreement
    was reached In the NAJSN steering committee to
    work out a united fund-raising program. 'Conversa-
    tions with groups in similai bin:'- brought together
    the six founding members ol what is now the North
    American Jewish Students Appeal." the publication
    reported.
    The six are the Jewish Student Press Service
    Network; Response.maganin.', incorporated as Jew
    ish Educational Venture-. Inc.; Student Strugri.
    for Soviet Jewiy Yavnch; the Religious Jewish Stu-
    dents Association, and Yugntruf Youth for Yid-
    dish. The report said all six "hud to meet the cri.
    teria of being national or international in member-
    ship or MTvtCM, independent in activities and fi.
    nances, incorporated as non-profit organization
    and ta.x exempt or in the process of becoming so,
    All were recognized as providing important servien
    to various elements of the Jewish student commuatb;
    and all were in need, with no place to go" for funds.
    Work then began on a iormal structure This
    involved, among other problems, that ol persuading
    student groups. "mo=t of which bad never been able
    to rely on enough income to make up a budget," to
    submit bttcget projections. The publication d*.
    > rribed the goal of the effort as "to shape o
    up to go out to the sources of money in th Jewbk
    community and convince them we were respontibk
    enough, students or not. to spend their money wiseh
    and well." The report said that "we are still in the
    process of being validated" by the CJF to be "kosher
    recipients of allocations from local Federati
    Israel Newsletter
    By CARL ALPERT
    Arabs Afraid of Peace
    THK FATAH LEADER who spent six years in an Israel
    * prison before release in exchange for an Israeli,
    hmud Heia/i. once gave a frank answer to a news-
    paperman who asked what he thought
    about eventual peace with Israel.
    "You must understand, the Arabs are
    afraid of peace," he replied. "They know
    ihe Jews have a great deal of intelligence
    "\ and brains. What you didn't take away
    4 from us In war you'll take away by
    peace. You will exploit the peace against
    us."
    The same point of view was i xpressed
    r greater detail not long ago by an articulate Arab Intel-
    lual. Nabil Khouri former head of the Lebanese Broail-
    .-ting Services, writing in the influential Lebanese
    weekly, "Ai Houadat." gave voice to what many Arabs
    - e saying, but do not always succeed in making clear.
    Tnay are against war but they are more afraid of
    ice. Peace will permit Israel to concentrate on its own
    - Otfth and development to an extent which will establish
    ."- pre-eminence in the Middle East. In every area of sci-
    tific research which affects daily life, such as in agri-
    . '.ture, water resources. ]X'st control and preventive
    - dicine. Israel will dominate. As a result the Arabs will
    comi! completely dependent on Tel Aviv.
    "When Israelis speak of a great and flourishing and
    - osperous Middle East under conditions of peace," he
    writes, "they mean an ana controller, by Israel. The
    Arabs will be relegated to positions of secondary import-
    ance, and the Arab states will gradually become economic
    ..ssals of ihe Israel master. Arabs will provide raw
    material and cheap labor, while Israel will fill the role
    ol ihe Imperialist."
    In a Middle East at peace, Israel propagandists, who
    vet been so successful in winning the world over to their
    . says Khouri. will penetrate to the heart of the Arab
    eld. Their art. music and literature will subtly subvert
    ib culture. They're smart, these Jews, and by exploit-?
    j the Arab- they can Impose the Israel culture, tradi-
    1 and way of life on millions. All they need is peace
    result the Arab- will become culturally, as well as
    oaomlcally, dependent on Israel.
    There is an opposite point of view which has found
    its expression in the Arab world, but not quite so openly.
    Thi| maintains thai peace and prosperity will undermine
    the Israelis. They will increasingly rely on the Arabs for
    labor and for food production, and in the course of time
    ill give Arabs the power to totter the Israel empire.
    Arsm iabor, in full control of the tools of production will,
    v. hen the time comes, be able to shut the ports, close the
    a rttelds, halt the power an:' transport linos, cut off the
    water and food supplies in short, throttle Israel. The
    new economic role of the Arabs will eventually give
    them the pow-T to end Israel rule. "And so, if peace Ls
    imposed on us we should not despair." say advocates of
    this point of view. "We should bide our time. Like the
    I .aves of the old Roman Empire, who weakened and
    smashed Rome from within by their revolts, we shall yet
    feat Israel."
    Booh Review By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
    The Kibbutz...
    And Its Children
    |x i.")i tiik xotki) anthropologist, Molford F
    Spiro. studied a kibbut/. which had a left-wing
    orientation. The result was his book, The Kibbutz,
    followed by The Children or The
    V-lihutz. Both volumes have been
    ipdated as a result of subsequent
    visits by the professor and Studies
    made by Leslie B. Rabkin. Schock-
    ?m Rooks has made the new edi-
    tions called The Kibbutz: A Ven-
    ture In Utopia <$2.4.->) and Chll-
    Iren l the Kibbutz (f'th printing,
    K3.4S), available In paperback. The
    tir.-t hook is of greater importance to our readers.
    A few may be shocked by the author's findings
    because the kibbutz has become a sacred cow and
    legend to American Jews. When this reviewer's arti-
    cle. "Has the Kibbut/ a Future?" appeared in 1952.
    he received letters condemning his so-called "at-
    tack" on one of Israel's greatest institutions. The
    passing of years has proven the correctness of my
    prognostications. However, Dr. Spiro has now learn-
    ed that kibbutzim no longer bold the old glamor
    and their population has not grown proportionally
    with the rest of the country.
    Some of the factors contributing to the nod
    for it- existence and success have ceased to exist.
    Two o' these are nationhood ami socialism or Marx-
    ism. The first was achieved in 1 to fight for nationhood was dissipated. The kib-
    butzniks had looked with starry eyes ui>on Russia
    a the exemplification of Communism. Dlsolusion-
    ment set in after the Soviets turned against the
    Hungarians, the Czech* and then the Israelis.
    Spiro notes that the 1%7 war "fought by the
    second generation caused them to "lind the verities
    ...i ,,..i.,,i~i...j I t'-n mj,.i isso'v. d into lii du-t."
    Voltaire's epigram that "One owes respect to the
    living; but to the dead one owes nothing but the
    truth" is apt. Since the war, the author reports,
    "the Sabras evince not so much a concern with
    ideology or 1< ng-range fchemes, or any clear critique
    of kibbutz education .->> the kibbutz way of life, but
    an introspectivene-s emerging out of the shock of
    war." tv... Interest! in Ideological concerns ia- Ls only ideology that sustains long-term dedication).
    is waning, but this does not mean the near demise
    ol the kibbut/. Main will evolve into "moshavim."
    especially the "moshav shitufi" type; the new immi-
    gration to Israel is urban-centered.
    Spiro'- books are excellent sociological studies
    whose value lies more in their historical imjiortance
    than in their anprasial of the future role of the kib-
    butz. One of the weaknesses of some social scien-
    tists is that although they have acquired all the
    technical skills of their disciples, they have not had
    the opportunity for meaningful life experiences
    which is a necessary comixment of their technology.
    Ponoroma:
    By DAVID SCHWAIH
    In The Supreme Court]
    (Copyriicbt 1971, J.-wi-h Telegraphic Asvi
    jx I ska Fi. \vk iiavk Moshe Dayan. Dayan mea
    Jews have many centuries' experience as Dayanbnl
    there haven't been too many Jewish judges on the Si|
    preme Court. No Jew was a iu-tiwi
    this court until President Wilson nans
    BrandHs. However, President Picrce.i
    the decade before the Chil War,ofta
    in appointment to Jadah P. BenjaaH
    | but the latter liked hi- jo U SonatsJ
    'rum Louisiana better and d ined
    A long time passed before .1 Jew
    i'ven mentioned again for '
    court. In Taft's administration.
    Jewish leaden who -were friendly to Taft urged the a]
    pointment of Judge Meyer Sulzberger. a respected ju
    of the lower courts, a man of learning genera y andi
    incidentally, a superior Hebrew scholar. No doubt
    would have graced the bench. It is said that Taft as
    missed the suggestion, asking how would it look to ha^
    on the Supreme Court a man with the name Sulzbetf,
    We can't vouch for the truth of the story, but Taft WAS
    verj conservative and strong for all the proprieties.
    It was Taft's less inhibited successor. \VirowWj
    son. who named BrandeLs as justice. There was -tn
    i pposition, but Wilson stuck to his dec.
    Tin re are justices who gain honor fi
    pointed to the Supreme Court and there
    may gain honor but also bring honor to the I >UTt. *
    dels was one of the latter. A great lawyer he
    a public crusader. If ht argued against rai
    rates, his brie: would show not only theii
    from the public standpoint hut beyond thai an inlirI
    knowledge of railroad financing and how costs
    CUt 10 meet it.
    After Brandeis, it was easier to name a Je*jjj
    Franklin Ro sevelt named Felix Frankfurter to lhel>;* I
    Frankfurter L- the ideal kind of justice for Pi*"
    Nixon, A strict constructionist of the Constitution.
    President Hoover had named Cardoso, who "* J
    anguished himself on the New York bench. His ^"""l
    like those of Oliver Wendell Holmes, were more than
    decisions they were pieces of literature.
    President Kennedy named Arthur Goldberg,
    lawyer, whose stay on the bench was limited b> I
    poiutment to the United Nations. President J
    named Abe Fortas and in this case. Jews BUI I
    boa.-ted of a Chief Justice, except for what may P> J
    be described as a little inadvertence surrounded b)
    of iwlitics.



    iday, November 19, 1971
    +Jen is* ncr/ktibun
    Page 15-A
    TED & BILL T.V. SERVICE
    2305N.E. 125 IANC ______
    for FREE
    SERVICE CALLS
    LOWEST
    RATES ON
    THE BEACH
    U.S. GOVERNMENT
    LICENSES
    Mr. and M's. Max Bluestein of Miami Beach,
    Florida, have established a "Max and Anna
    Bluestein" scholarship fund at the Kfar Sil-
    ver Agricultural High School maintained by
    the Zionist Organization of America, in Ash-
    kelon, Israel. Pictured above at the pres-
    entation ceremony are (from left) Miami
    Beach attorney Josh Rephun, a past presi-
    dent of the Miami Beach Zionist District;
    Gil Rappaport, executive director of the
    Southeast Region ZOA; Sidney Raymond,
    notional vice president of the ZOA, who is
    receiving the check on behalf of the national
    organization from Max Bluestein; Anna
    Bluestein, and Max Lustberg, Miami Beach
    civic leader.
    This Week In History...
    |4i Vears Aro This Week: 1981
    Sir Arthur Grcnfcll Wauchope,
    fourth High Commissioner for
    Palestine, said he had "an o]>en
    nin.t, without preconceived ideas.
    Inns or schemes," but didn't
    [iii Tit ion a Jewish National Home.
    Warsaw's synagogues were
    used in the wake of anti-Semitic
    kttacks; -10 student organizations
    ICgea an anti-Jewish boycott.
    Lesser Ury, a German Jewish
    i list who had died in semi-star-
    tatlon, was found to have hoarded
    tortune in bank notes, jewelry
    knd securities.
    The National Democratic Party
    I Poland endorsed anti-Semitic
    violence as justified in view of
    Fine Jewish tlood in Poland."
    10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
    It was disclosed that more than
    iOO.000 Jews had served in the
    Russian Army during World War
    11. and that 67.000 of them had
    won medals for meritorious per-
    formance, bravery and heroism -
    Including 50 winners of the high-
    est citation, Hero of the Soviet
    Union.
    Sir Harnett Janner, president of
    the Board of Deputies of British
    Jews, appealed ,to the Kremlin to
    "reverse the present harsh meas-
    ures against the Jewish religion
    and culture."
    Prof. Mordecai M, Kaplan,
    I founder of the Jewish Reconstruc-
    tions! Foundation, was honored
    on his 80th birthday.
    William Levy. 54. secretary
    general of the Algiers branch of
    | the French Socialist Party and
    I prominent in advocating Moslem-
    I Kuropean peace, was shot and kill-
    NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL!
    FOR FAST SERVICE CALL.............
    ROSE GORDON M&
    REALTY W/*^
    444-6271 Ml- |
    HOMES LOTS ^^BTt^S
    ACREAGE TRADES ''ffi'Wfflffl
    50b5 S.W. 8th Street LbhKsSS
    ! ed. presumably by the French un-
    I derground resisting Algerian in-
    dependence, four years after one
    ol his sons was murdered.
    M. Marciano, a Jewish teacher
    in Casablanca, was arrested by
    I Moroccan police for possession of
    I "Israeli documents" allegedly
    ', proving he had "connections with
    | Israel" as "a Zionist agent."
    Egypt said that Jews whose
    ' property was expropriated under
    I the new confiscation policy could
    I not leave the country "until cer-
    j tain formalities are completed."
    Prime Minister Hendrik Ver-
    | woerd described as "a tragedy" Is-
    rael's U.N. \otes condemning
    i apartheid in view of South Atri-
    a's friendship for Israel and for
    I Jews.
    Lithuanian-born Henry Hur-
    j witz, editor of the Menorah Jour-
    I nal for 46 years, died in New York
    at 75.
    Bulgaria was asked to confirm
    if Chief Rabbi Asher Hannanel.
    missing for two months, had been
    jailed for "maintaining contact
    with foreigners."
    .More states 21 enacted
    more anti-discrimination laws
    39 in 1961 than in any prev-
    ious year, the American Jewish
    (longress said.
    Gen. David Sarnoff was chosen
    Reform synagogue statesman of
    th< year by the Synagogue Coun-
    cil of Ameria in one of its three
    1961 citations.
    i Prom the flU I "f the .TTA)
    CARPET VINYL TILE
    SELF-STICK
    TILE
    CUSHION
    VINYL
    NOW
    V3OFF
    ft*. MM t. SS.4I. ye. Stick Only.
    52 ritl.nii m\;A* Tti Uit
    Custom MitiHatiM
    VINYL
    ASBESTOS
    Reg. 39c
    l lulrful
    Color.
    Oo-rt-YeuneH
    29
    ft.
    BISCAYNE FLOOR COVERINGS
    843 N.E. 125th ST._______ 891-6206
    Why Israel
    Investment Clubs
    Are Growing!
    More than 100 Israel Investment Clubs have been formed in
    the U.S. to provide individuals with an opportunity for invest-
    ing in Israeli securities. Club members recognize thai Israeli
    companies are motivated by the same enthusiasm and dedica-
    tion that enabled the State of Israel to achieve its place among
    the nations of the world. Through Israel Investment Clubs, you
    too may participate in the fruits of Israel's potential growth.
    I Leant SicarHtei CoepHaa. *o hik.hi St., Nt York. N.V. 10004 _
    I 1 I want to know how I can start an Israel g
    Investment Club with my own group.
    I] I want to know how I can join an Israel
    ln\ MiflMMll Chili
    I
    I
    Investment Club.
    Please send me free information about Israel Investment
    Clubs.
    Name________ ------------------------------------
    Atldrcu---------------------------------------------------------------
    l'nv_
    -/'!
    I
    I
    ()Leumi Securities
    Corporation
    A Subsidiary of Bank Leumi le-lsrael B.M.. Tel Aviv
    60 Broad Street, New York. N.Y. 10004. (212) 425-2540
    Mrmber National Association ol Vrrurifiu Otalcn
    GRAND OPENING
    WVSA^VWS/WSAA^AAAAAA/
    Northeast American
    Service Station
    15200 N.E. 6th AVENUE
    Telephone 945-9449
    TUNE-UPS
    li *2495
    FREE QUART
    OIL
    OF YOUR CHOICE
    AMERICAN BRANDS
    WITH
    OIL CHANGE & FILTER
    HOME
    ROAD SERVICE
    28 YRS. AUTO SERVICE
    MAMTfttNlNCE EXPERIENCE
    HEW REVOLUTIONARY
    PLASTICOOL
    STOPS
    LEAKS
    CONTINUAL MAINTENANCE
    FUNGUS GROWTH
    FLAKING. CHIPPING PEELING
    ASK ABOUT OUR
    LEAK-PROOF
    GUARANTEE
    Plasticool is a guaranteed wall and roof
    coating. It eliminates fungus, cracking, peeling '
    and leaks. Plasticool comes in 18 beautiful colors
    and white. The aluminum in Plasticool reflects the heat
    from your roof and walls. Call .us and we'll inspect your roof
    and home FREE!
    If you do your wolli at the mmt time, we'll ae you money ond
    save you yeori ol maintenance.
    FREE
    ESTIMATE
    HA L IANK FINANCING
    AVAIIAILI
    CILL
    TOUT
    232-2620
    mi
    tii
    cm
    CllllCT
    Para Nuestros Amigo Latinos 887-7082
    PLASTICOOL
    INDUSTRIES. INC.
    7S9 S.W. 132nd St.. Miami
    iKtntcd Slat*
    Mid
    County Ctntflrttr


    NORTON
    SINCE 1924-
    TIRE CO.
    ,
    SAFETY
    SERVICE
    CENTER
    m
    fs-<
    VO
    A/j
    ft
    ~?s.
    *VJ
    tw
    *V
    :;
    8g
    %
    il
    SCSCME
    i
    s*i
    ? a&&&
    DIAL
    The steei-belted
    radial tire!
    FORDS,
    CHEVYS,
    PLYMOUTHS
    all sizes, all makes
    aH models
    PRICES START AS LOW AS:
    36
    ^0^W 175-13
    Phis F. E. T 8 Tradt-in
    Ask us about
    budget terms
    Famous Michel in X features include:
    i economy Michelin X gives you econ-
    omy you never thought you'd get from
    a tire! They roll easier, use less en-
    ergy. Actually last at least twice as
    long as conventional tires.
    o performance Michelin X tires offer
    superior cornering, superior braking,
    superior turnpike driving with no wan-
    dering on straightaways.
    i safety You get highest degree of safety
    against punctures-test-proven for
    high-speed safety at 115 mph.
    > construction Unique radial design with
    super-strong steel cords make tires
    grip harder-track surer-roll easer
    with minimum distortion and scuffing.
    NORTON
    -since 132.4-
    TIRE CO.
    r:"|-4
    40.000 MILE WARRANTY Of actual tread wear!
    Micholin warranty coven 40,000 mile tread life, defects in workmanship and materials and normal road
    hazards (excluding repairable punctures), is limited to free repair, or credit or refund equal to original
    purchase price multiplied by percentage of warranted mileage not run (at Michelin's option), and is con-
    d.tioned upon use with 'Airstop" tubes (where applicable) and non-commercial use on passenger car or
    Station wagon." r
    EE^T
    CENTRAL MIAMI
    5300 N.W. 27th Ave. 634-1556
    CORAL GABLES
    Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
    NORTH MIAMI
    13360 N.W. 7th Ave. 681-8541
    MIAMI SHORES
    8801 Biscayne Bivd. 759-4446
    N. MIAMI BEACH
    1700 N.E. 163 St. 945-7454
    MIAMI BEACH
    1454 Alton Road 672-5353
    HIALEAH/PALM SPRINGS MILE
    1275 W. 49th St 822-2500
    CUTLER RIDGE
    20390 S. Dixie Hwy. 233-5241
    SOUTH DADE
    9001 S. Dixie Hwy. 667-7575
    HOMESTEAD
    30100 E. Federal Hwy. 247-1622
    W. HOLLYWOOD
    6017 Hollywood Blvd.
    at State Road No. 7 987-0450
    FT. LAUDERDALE
    1830 W. Broward Blvd. 525-31 j5
    and
    1740 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7o83
    POMPANO BEACH___
    3151 N. Federal Hwy. 943-4200
    WEST PALM BEACH
    515 South Dixie 832-3044
    LAKE PARK/N. PALM BEACH
    532 N. Lake Blvd. 848-2544
    FT. PIERCE
    2604 South 4th St 464-8020


    "iJewiisli Floridaairi
    [ami. Florida Friday, November 19, 1971
    Section B
    David Ben-Gurion At 85
    I?y S. J. < 101IMMIIII
    MTOR'S NOTE: David Ben-Cur-
    's S6th birthday was on Oct. 16
    birthday celebrations in Israel be-
    in At 3 ami will continue for
    In order, as one of his rinse
    put it, "not to tire the old man
    [ i iui h").
    fighty-Ove! What is 85? In our
    i it is a heroic achievement
    each even SO. But age dacs not
    i .-. all the same way. l^ch
    US ages differently. And a
    s n few remain unaffected by
    until ill- I ist lat).
    - said that David Ben-Gurion
    k i rtoise on his lawn at
    V In order to test the
    \ I : of zoologists that tortoises
    200 '.ars. Be it Bf it may. w<
    fervently that Ben-Gurion
    long enough to st permanent
    Ixtween Israel and ire
    zman Leaving USSR?
    NEW YORK (JTA) ^Soviet
    Ithorities in the Ovir (visa)
    part men t have ordered Yacov
    ii/manwhose wife, Rita, has
    en in the United States for
    past month seeking aid in
    buring his releaseto pay 900
    pies for the document he has
    en trying to obtain since his
    |fe was permitted to leave with
    family and his unborn son
    years ago, the Jewish Tele-
    aphich Agency has learned.
    le sum reportedly is required
    I order to terminate his Soviet
    lizenship.
    Arabs; the abolition of the "twe i
    nations" in Israel; and the settle-:
    ment of two million Jews in the
    Negev,
    Meanwhile he Is writing his- i
    tory, after having been making it I
    for three decades. David Ben-
    Gurion slaked his claim to the |
    leadership of Israel at the 26th i
    Zionist Congress in Basle, Deocm-1
    ber, 1946. Within 18 months, he I
    was the first Prime Minister of
    the Third Jewish Commonwealth.
    S. Y. Agnon, who was often
    given to summing up men and sit-
    uations for all of us, once said:
    "We all wanted a Jewish state. Of
    course we did. But we were afraid
    of saying so aloud. And when the
    test came, we thought perhaps we
    should not risk it, perhaps we
    -liould postpone it for a genera-
    tion, but David Ben-Gurion had
    the courage to proclaim the end '
    of Jewish statelessness in our i
    time."
    Greatness defies definition. But!
    in the presence of David Ben-Gur-
    ion you forget the errors of judg-
    ment, the feuds, the tantrums, the
    unfairness, the wrongheadedness
    the hates and the outbursts. What
    you remember is the vision, the
    courage, the decisive stroke In the
    hour of destiny that brought about
    the consummation of the Zionist
    ideal and the birth of the Third
    Jewish Commonwealth.
    He enunciated his basic princi-
    ples when he first came to Israel
    over 60 years ago. He now pro-
    claims them with the authority of
    an elder statesman, the founder
    of a State, and one of the vene-
    rated men in the world.
    Aliyah, the Negev, Hebrew
    these are his three main themes.
    The rest are commentaries, as our
    ancients used to say.
    Aliyah Ls what Zionism is about,
    he says. Of late, he is less harsh
    with those Jews who are unable or
    unwilling to settle in Israel. But
    he refuses to consider them com-
    plete Zionists. They are Jews, per-
    haps even good Jews, but com-
    plete Zionists they are not. There
    is no substitute for aliyah.
    The Negev can hold two million
    Jews ar>1 more, he points out.
    There will be Jows to populate it.
    Here is true humihty in great-
    ness. This should be taken as re-
    flecting the true David Ben-Gurion
    by all of us and by him. too.
    Mrs. Moshe Dayan, wife of Israel's Minister of Defense,
    presents the Stale of Israel Shalom Award to Mr. and Mrs.
    William Sucher, at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of
    State. From left, are Michael Litvak, director of the State of
    Israel Bonds, Robert L. Siegel, president of Temple Menorah,
    Mrs. Dayan, Mr. .and Mrs. Sucher and Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah. Members of the
    temple purchased $1,300,000 in Israel Bonds at the dinner.
    Jewish Scientist Receives French Award
    PARIS (JTA) The highest
    French award for scientific re-
    search this year has been award-
    ed to Prof. Bernard Halpern, 67.
    director-general of the labora-
    tory for immunology at the Hos-
    pital Broussais.
    Dr. Halpern, a member of the
    Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
    sity in France and the France-
    Israel Friendship Association, is
    the inventor of "phernagan" and
    of an anti-lvmphocitary often
    used in heart transplant opera-
    tions.
    Prof. Halpern, who received
    the Golden Medal of the French
    National Center for Scientific
    Research, is a native of Russia.
    He came to France in 1922, and
    has published more than 400
    medical and scientific papers.
    The Greater Miami Jewish Federation received three first
    place awards at the recent 40th annual General Assembly
    pi the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in
    Its burgh, Pa. During the past two years Miami has won
    sven first place awards, placing its first among more than
    pOO federations participating in the competition. Pictured
    above receiving one of the awards are, (from left to right)
    farry A. Levy, associate treasurer of the Greater Miami
    lewish Federation, Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Robert Russell and Rob-
    ert Russell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    lion.
    & a &
    First Place Awards
    Won By Federation
    ecord total of 40 public re-
    Hons awards the largest num-
    ever presented were won
    25 Jewish federations in the
    ?lual competition sponsored by
    . Council of Jewish Federations
    M Welfare Funds, which just
    Included its 40th General As-
    Imbly in Pittsburgh.
    iHoauing the list of award whi-
    ps this year was the Greater
    lianii Jewish Federation, which
    Jceived three First Place Awards
    for the best TV Spots, Graphic
    Rcellence and Multi-Media Ap-
    ach for a Total Campaign and
    its brochure on The Aliyah
    culptures Pacesetter Award.
    I During the past two years, the
    freater Miami Jewish Federation
    received seven First Place
    Awards, placing it first in the
    competition among more than 200
    Jewish federations in the United
    States and Canada.
    The Council of Jewish Federa-
    tions is the association of central
    community organizations Feder-
    ations, Welfare Funds, Commun-
    ity Councils serving 800 Jewish
    communities in the United States
    and Canada. It aids these com-
    munities to mobilize maximum
    support for the United Jewish Ap-
    peal and other overseas agencies,
    as well as for major national and
    local services involving financing,
    planning and operating health,
    welfare, cultural, educational,
    community relations and other
    programs benefitting all residents.
    BUR
    body suit
    in many colors
    White, black, navy, red, lilac, blue,
    gold. Long sleeves, turtle neck are rib-
    bed, body is plain knit nylon. Small fits
    4'11"-5'10"; Large fits 5'5"-5'10".
    budget sportsweor, at all Burdine's stores
    except miomi beach


    Page 2-B
    *Je*ist' fleridnan
    Friday, Novs~.be, \\
    Israeli Bank Official To
    Address ZO A Brunch Sunday
    The South Florida Districts of
    the Zionist Organization of Amer-
    ica will host a br.tnoh on the Patio
    oj the 7X A House. 2000 Park
    Ave.. Miami Beach. Sunriav morn-
    The brunch, which will honor
    the ZOA Israel Investment Clubs
    oi Greater Miami, will benin at 10
    a.m. and those attending will be
    the tests I the ZOA. There will
    lx n i chargi 01 solk itations.
    The object of the brunch :s to
    inform the Miami Jewish com-
    munity of these investment clubs
    that are sponsored by the ZOA in
    i i community. The guest speak-
    r: will be one "1 the uutstan.iins
    bank officials ol the State of Is-
    rael, Yeh tda Shiv.
    Mr. Shi/, \' lent of the
    Lr-umJ 9ecuvitiei Corp, has been
    associated with the Bank Leuir.i
    in Israel for the past 20 years.
    tat the past live years he has
    represented the Bank Leumi in
    the United States concentrating
    on the service and formation of
    I~ sal in' pstment clubs throueh-
    out the major cities of our coun-
    ti Leumi is a fully owned sub-
    si. Hary Bank Leumi Le Israel,
    the oldest and largest bank in Is-
    n. I,
    The Stale of Israel has been en-
    cousaging the formation of invest-
    rtl clubs in the I'nited States
    and ;> few yean ago was accepted
    as one <>f the projects of the ZOA.
    Ttuougti these clubs the members
    hi -e been able to learn from their
    rwn investments about the devel-
    o] raenl : the Israeli economy. Is-
    i > and in many cas-
    es have been responsible for hav-
    ing American concerns imi>ort
    these products for sale in this
    co ntry.
    The investments clubs have also
    been active in bringing tourists to
    Israel and with the help of the
    Bank Leumi they have been able
    to arrange visits for the club
    members to the companies in Is-
    rad in which their groups have
    i purchased stock.
    Also addressing the brunch will
    be Nikki Adler. one of the young-
    est women stockbrokers in the
    United States llflss Adler. who is
    Lssodated with Walston & Co.. of
    Miami Beach, will discuss the lo-
    cal Israel investment clubs spon-
    ed by the ZOA. where the in-
    dividual members invest S25 per
    month and each club is limited to
    20 members.
    Chairman of the Brunch will be
    Abraham A. Ortmhut. Miami
    Beach banker w no foimerly was
    en officer of the Bank Leumi Le
    Israel in Tel Aviv. Mr. Grunhut
    is the chairman of the South Flor-
    ida ZOA President's Council.
    Coordinating the affair will be
    j\ rnard Katz, who just returned
    from a study tour of Israel. Serv-
    ing on the committee are Sidney
    Raymond, Nathan La Tuchie. Ben
    Giller, Israel Hartston. Herbert
    Shapiro. Judge Nolan Sweet. Clem
    Lipman. Goldie Friedlander. Louis
    Hoberman. Sam J. Perry". Mr. and
    Mrs. Joseph Amigo. Rose Shapiro.
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman. Moses
    Meyer and Gil Rappaport.
    Luncheon Monday
    For Youth Aliyah
    Miami Chapter of Hadassah will
    [hold its Youth A'.iyah benefit lunch-
    on Monday at the Diplomat Ho-
    itaLjsjccording to Mrs. Morris Her-
    I man, president of the. Miami Chap-
    '.eir of Hadassah. and Mrs. Jack
    Cohen. *swrne<.n chairman.
    Dr. Allen Pollack, author and
    -tant professor of Russian and
    ! European History at Yeshiva Uni-
    versity, will be the guest speaker.
    He has travel.' extensively
    throughout the Soviet Union and
    Is an expi rl in the role of Jews in
    -ian history, and has partici-
    pated in several Study mis-ions of
    the American Professors for Peace
    in the Midea-t.
    The program will feature an un-
    usual fashion show by Balogh Jew-
    lelers, with Hadassah members
    modeling the gems.
    Hadassah's Youth Aliyah proj-
    ect is its international organiza-
    for the rescue of Jewish chil-
    dren and their resettlement in Is-
    rael, which began in 1933. More
    than 135.0'X) children have been
    rescued by Youth Aliyah.
    Paul Berger To Review "QB VII*
    The Sisterhood of Temple Or
    Olom was to feature attorney Pau'
    Berger in a book review of "QB
    VII" by Leon Uris at its monthly
    meeting Thursday evening, with
    Mrs. Max Forman presiding.
    Awards were to be given to the
    winners of Sisterhood's first book
    report contest which included cata-
    gories of young children, young
    adults and adults who reviewed
    books checked out from the temple
    library. Judges of the contest are
    Mrs. Gerald -. .
    hair/nan; Mr* Afvhi* PrW
    :hairman Mu, .,.,"
    brary: Mrs. K Braidm,^
    sionaf librarian, ar.d Ashor i: ,.
    If.;hhw Schoo", : J
    utive director of 1 np]e 1
    Sunday at 8:30 :
    will sponsor snot laro '
    Th.- public is ,onliJ
    Mrs. Irving G: uav>
    mean- vice pr. ,. -
    H*aidman
    Law Firm Makes Changes
    The withdrawal of Robert J
    Friedman from the law firm of
    Forrest. Friedman. Ruffner &
    Traum, PA., and Max M. Hagen's
    association with it has been an-
    nounced. The firm, which has of-
    fices in the duPont Building, will
    hereafter be known as Forrest.
    Ruffner. Traum & Hagen. PA.
    0CEANFR0NT AT 43rd St, MIAMI BEACH
    TRADITIONAL
    THANKSGIVING DINNER
    Seived in the
    WALDMAN Mannar
    1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    ALL EXPENSE uurrk CNn
    THANKSGIVING w*c|w.
    4 DAYS-3 NIGHTS \
    Check in any time Thur. Nov. 25
    Stay until late Sun alter
    dinner Nov. 28
    ALL ROOMS
    $C^ perpe.jon
    ^J \f double dee,
    INCLUDING 2 MEALS DAILY
    NO EXTB4 CHARGES
    Includes a T p, -,,
    FREE PAP* NQa
    CHAISE LOUNGES
    ^?FBItSTIMATSr^
    COLOR TV ( STEREO
    IXPRT
    FIX OK THE SPOT
    MODERN COLOR TV
    2309 S W 32 AVE
    ?
    ?
    ?
    i
    i
    i
    i
    Laa.445-8100
    Z+i
    MIAMI SPRINGS CIRCLE
    HEALTH FOODS
    "Dedicated to Better Health"
    69 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
    A A FREE LOAF OF ORGANIC BREAD
    WITH A $12 ORDER OR MORE
    Complete Line of Organic and Dietetic Foods
    Telephone 835-0693 9:30 to 7 p.m., Friday 9 p.m.
    Maxim.
    A man's
    cup of
    coffee
    B'nai B'rith
    128th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
    Great Entertainment
    SONGSTRESS ROSE BYRUM
    HUMORIST LOU SHORE
    T.V. STAR HENRY HOWARD
    SPEAKER E. ALBERT PAIL0T
    FREE ADMISSION PUBLIC INVITED
    Deauvilie Hotel, Sun. Nov. 21st, 7 P.M.
    MALCOLM FROMBERG
    E'nai Brith
    Council President
    HERMAN NUDELMAN
    General
    Chairman
    Some men want more out of life.
    More out of everything. Even
    their coffee.
    We make Maxim for men like
    them.
    Maxim delivers all the fresh-
    perked flavor they expect from
    Freeze-Dried Coffee.
    When you want more flavor
    from a cup of coffeerich, strong
    flavortry Maxim.
    It's a man's cup of
    coffee.
    Kosher and Parve.
    Sf
    THE MAYVIN'S WAY TO RICHER COFFEE ENJOYMENT


    friday,
    November 19. 1971
    * **/!ncrkSart
    Pegs 3-B
    Luncheon Produces A
    'Bountiful Harvest'
    [When the Women's. Committee
    , ty Children's Hospital
    sted Us annual Golden Harvest
    luichei ji at the Fontainebleau
    on1! recently, it rea|>ed a boun-
    ru] harvest for Variety Chil-
    Ten's Hospital
    IFollowing a "happy hour" and
    {nche" the more than 1,000
    (,..!,( rs and guests were treated
    hautt couture fashions m the Mesdames Jack Horniing.
    irice-preSldBnt and manager of
    L Gift Shop) Neil Miller, Harry
    Cnoni Robert Pent land Jr.. Pat
    \i\\ei. Arthur Roy. Jr.. Thomas
    Listbi er, L. B. Smith, lone Sta-
    \\ A< Kessenden, Felix Boad-
    [i,y. Fred Brooks. Ed Taylor,
    |ii Inn Huttoe. Beverly Cantor.
    \,\<- K. Bergstrom. anil Miss
    lyn MitcKeU.
    Delightful skit.s carrying out the
    I i'imes" theme were pre-
    l the Candy Stripers.
    fciong those participating were
    cl)|.if iiannini, president; Judy
    bldento rg, Gail Betancou-t, Deb-
    i ("i ".pel. Frances McDowell,
    Qchelii Jules. Captivating "Bun-
    ,<" included Gayle Mac-Lean.
    men Hartemio. I lent' VVitus. anil
    |aui i. Simpson.
    /. id Girls" from the 2C'a on
    way were Kthel Herhert
    Isstlman. Sylvia Howard Stien-
    Muriel Harrsr.n Merri!! and
    ' Merriek Woehlk.
    IA highlight of the festive event
    hi presentation of checks to
    hospital by Robert Pentland,
    iih.i-.nthropist. and honorary
    chairman of the hospital
    Bard end Mrs. Edward W.
    Bold; :>>ng time patron of the
    pspita. as well as W. L.
    iKnk.it of Tropical Racetrack.
    |liii ill nated to the surgical fund
    memory of Dr. Michel Gilbert
    (hose r.timely death stunned the
    Itmnvinitv; Mr. and Mrs. George
    SALES
    GABLES TELEVISION
    FORMERLY
    LAWRENCE T.V.
    131 GIRALDA
    448-3456
    liptrl SerriteAII Makes
    Valentine of Chase Federal Bank,
    who donated in memory of Olive
    Levin. Generous donations were
    also presented by Mrs. Sisselman
    Pnd Mm id Hii srh Pick, honorary
    vice-president.
    The luncheon benefit was again
    underwritten by Mr. and Mrs.
    Harry B. Simone. as they have
    i done in past years.
    5,000 Members To
    Mark ORT Sabbath
    To relate the story of ORT in
    Itcm-iics ani synagogues in Dade
    and Broward counties, 5.000 mem-
    I ers of Southeastern Florida.
    Region of Women's American |
    OUT will join colleagues across
    I the nation in observing "OUT
    I Sabbath" Friday.
    Rabbi Joseph Karasick, presi-
    dent of the Union of Orthodox
    Jewish Congregations of Ameri-
    ca, stated: "The creative program
    ! of ORT in providing vocational
    education to Jewish youths in 22
    ; lands is a major contribution to
    ! Jewish need. The role of Women's
    American ORT in behalf of this
    I reat program meiits the high
    appreciation of all."
    At the recent region board
    meeting Mrs. Leonard Pechenik.
    | piesident. stressed the importance
    I and relevancy of ORT to the grave
    problems facing our American
    1 communities as well as its great
    ; overseas programs.
    Dr. Robinowitz To Speak
    Dr. Carolyn Robinowitz. Assist-
    | ant Professor of Psychiatry at the
    University of Miami. School of
    Medicine, will be tire guest speak-
    er at the Operation Re-Entry
    Auxiliary's monthly educational
    1 meeting Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in St.
    John's on the Lake Methodist
    I Church. 47G0 Pine Tree Dr. Her
    topic will be "Discipline In Child-
    ' hood and Adolescence- A Modern
    Dilemma."
    Tribute Banquet Will
    Salute The Casciolas
    GOV. THE ODORE McKELDIN
    PRE HOLIDAY SALE
    New Model Benrus
    Watches-50% Discount
    Plus Many other Values
    A & J, INC.
    8366 S.W. 129th Street
    Phone 232-1663
    cMeatless
    yet so
    ^ftige
    Miami-Miami Beach
    Election Results...
    Incumbents David Kennedy, J. ;
    L. Plummer. Jr. and the Rev. Ed
    ward Graham piled up landside'
    triumph-; Tuesday as expected
    Mrs. Rose Gordon, former chair- i
    man of the city's planning an:' ,
    zoning board, easily outdistanced |
    five opponents with her 12.316!
    votes.
    i
    Mayor David Kennedy was re-
    turned to office with 18.0S8 votes '
    and Dr. Graham picked up l(i.762 '
    votes; Mr. Plummer won his com-
    mission seat with a total of 13,605.
    The winners join holdover com-
    missioner Irwin Christie in run-
    ning Dade County's largest city.
    Dr. Leonard Haber. 38-year-old I
    psychologist, won a four-year term
    on the Miami Beach city council I
    Tuesday over Dr. Simon Wiklcr. j
    a podiatrist. With 13.044 votes cast.
    Haber garnercr' 7.525 ballots to |
    WUder's 7,42.'!. Some 96 persons [
    tailed to vote for either candidate, j
    even though they went to the polls j
    it was reported.
    Dr. Haber. who was sworn in
    Wednesday morning, succeeds D. I
    Lee Powell, who retired after 29 \
    years on the council. He joins
    Mayor Chuck Hall and Council-
    men Harold Rosen. Leonard \Win-
    stein Jerome Greene. Robert Good-
    man and Herhert Magnes on the
    seven-man council.
    Theodore R. McKeklin. former {
    Governor of the State of Mary-
    land, will be the guest speaker at |
    the tribute banquet honoring Mr.
    and Mrs. Frank J. Casciola. which
    will be held Sunday evening, at
    the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    The dinner will salute the Cas-
    ciolas for their work in the la or
    movement, and the help that thev ]
    have given to the State of Israel.
    The proceeds of this event will
    -.> to the Jewish National Fund
    of Greater" Miami, which will
    p..-.nt a forest in the Holy Land in
    their name.
    Band and orchestra leaders,
    musicians, and those prominent in
    the arts are expected to attend
    the affair honoring Mr. Casciola.
    who is president of the Greater
    Miami Federation of Musicians.
    Living Pietiaek is serving as
    chairman of the event.
    Lincoin-Miami Beach Chapter
    Of Women's League To Meet
    Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter,
    Women's League for Israel, will
    ave its regular meeting at 12:30
    >.m. Friday at 10 Lincoln Rl.
    Mrs. Alexander Dellers in will
    >rciidc; Samuel Pa?cop, president
    : the Associated B'nai B'rith's of
    h'lorida will be the gtwst speaker.
    Sara Helfand will present a hoik
    review of "QB VII," by Leon I'lis.
    Refreshments will follow. Mem-
    bers and friends are invited to
    attend.
    ^
    ^*&tyX&&&>%
    Wholesale Distributors of
    Spaghetti
    Sauce
    MUSHROOMS/
    hnetf Llwyp*'
    anil
    ^r V isammi
    cttfr end fBfsrfJM
    ' HM Until VS. Govf. Inspect*4
    0SH AK4TJ omd POU11K1
    38*1 W. 4Hi AVENUE,
    HIAllAH, flOff/DA
    I TV 7-269*
    MR. & MRS. CHAS. ACKERMAN
    Now At The KOSHER
    ON THE OCEAN 20tb tt 21 It STREET MIAMI BEACH
    5
    63
    net
    penoi
    Mi <
    .. 0i II
    INCLUDING
    GLATT KOSHER
    FOOD SERVED
    4 TIMES DAILY
    Breakfast
    Mid-Doy
    Coffee & Cake
    Deluxe Dinner
    Tea & Cake in
    the Evening
    25 ot 180 roomi
    MIAMI BEACH'S GREAT 0CEANFR0NT KOSHER HOTEL
    Olympic Salt Water Pool TV in Rooms
    Chaise Lounges & Mats Ample Parking on
    Premises Resident Mashgiach on Premises
    Planned Entertainment & Activities Supervised
    by our Social Stall Synagogue on_Premises
    Counsellors During Holiday Season
    Your Host the BERKOWITZ Family j
    For Reservations Phone
    ______5310761
    I j NEW YEAR HOLIDAY SPECIAL
    'All Rooms at This Rate Any 10 Days Dec. 17 to Jan.
    S /a per person double occupancy
    I I OU INCLUDING GLATT KOSHER ME Al S
    1
    THE AIR CONDITIONED and HEATED
    Morn poor
    sun Club
    KOSHER
    THE
    "FLAVOR
    MAKER"
    for spaghetti, noodles,
    baked chicken, pot roast.
    fish, omelets...
    There's a tempting recipe on
    every can of Chef Boy-ArDee's
    matchless meatless sauces.
    Three kinds: Mushroom, Mari-
    nara and Meatlessall three rich
    in real Italian ta'am. Keep all
    three on hand for family pleasing
    variety.
    Chef Boy-Ar-Dea
    MAKES THE FLAVOR!
    OPEN ALL YEAR
    THE ONLY (g) HOTEL in the LINCOLN ROAD AREA]
    ENJOY A FESTIVE THANKSGIVING Weekend
    4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS
    CHECK IN ANY TIME THURS.. NOV25 AND
    CHECK OUT LATE SUN., NOV. 28 AFTER DINNER
    M #i ee/ Mt.on ALL ROOMS AT THIS RATE
    Including Ocean Front with Terracee
    First Come, First Served
    Dining Room open to the public
    Appropriate Entertainment
    For Reservations Phone: 538-6631
    ft tenon
    eoirbl* sec.
    I elin In
    INCLUDING STRICTLY"
    GLATT KOSHER CUISINE
    ON T.HE OCEAN AT 21st STREET MIAMI BFUCH
    Made from 100% corn oil.
    So you should live and be well.
    We wish you what you wish yourself: good health.
    One thing you need for good health Is the right kind of
    food. Like FleischmannV Margarine. It's made from 100% corn
    oil. For health. And for taste.
    100% corn oil means it's low in saturated fats. Which is good
    for cholesterol problems. As a matter of fact, there's no
    better oil to help lower cholesterol levels.
    Fleischmann's.. .the corn oil margarine
    doctors name most... and people like best.


    Page 4-B
    *Jmist Flcrkfiari
    Friday, November 19,
    1971
    Rabbi and Mrs. Berel Wein
    To Be Honored By Mesivta
    RabbiJ3erel Wein, spiritual teUV- Bern* m IJjM antf-taw remained
    er of Beth Israel Congregation and fits leader since that time.
    defei of the faculty of Mesivta of ... . .. ,. ,_,
    . _SI- Rabbi Wein and his wife, UjiUftr-
    'mer Jackie Levin, (daughter of
    Rabbi and Mrs. Leizer Levin of
    Detroit. Mich., have four children
    three girls ages 15. 12 and 11,
    and a son. age 13. All are students
    in the local Hebrew Academy.
    Rabbi Wein is a member of the
    Rabbinical Council of America.
    Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
    United States and Canada, Nation-
    al Rabbinic Committee of ORT.
    secretary of the Orthodox Rabbini-
    cal Council of Greater Miami and
    the Hebrew Theological College
    Rabbinic Alumni Association.
    The proceeds of the dinner will
    be used for the scholarship fund
    of the Mesivta. the only yeshiva
    high school for boys in Florida.
    The Mesivta serves both resident
    and non-resident students from
    communities in various parts of
    the United States and several
    Latin American countries.
    Interfaith Thanksgiving Service First f Its Kind
    The first "Interfaith Thanksgiv-
    ing Day Services" of its kind will
    be held at the North Bay Village
    Jewish Center. 1720 79th St. Cswy.,
    Thursday, Nov. 25. according to
    an announcement made by Rabbi
    PhiHp.Fijjed aijd Dav^fl}S..I^ymble.
    president.
    North Bay Village Mavor n,
    vid Kaye will participate I\Z
    program; guest speaker will k
    Father John H. O'ConneT
    newly-organized "Senior dtbJ2
    Temple Choir" and an l-aefj
    tarduayiUbejflntm, -.ntheS^
    sical portion. mu-
    Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar,
    have been named to receiva the
    State of Israel Shalom Award.
    It will be conferred upon them
    at the Temple Ner Tamid-Israel
    Dinner of State, Sunday, Nov.
    28, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    KABBI ami MKS. BEREL WEIN
    Greater Miami, has been singled
    out for special honors to be be-
    stowed on him at the Mesivta
    Scholarship dinner Sunday, Dec. 5,
    at the Eden Roc Hotel.
    In accepting the honor. Rabbi
    ' Wein declared. "Creative leader-
    ship in Jewish life is not possible
    without a Torah education. The
    Mesivta of Greater Miami is the
    training ground for Torah educa-
    tion in depth. From this school will
    come forth our educators, rabbis,
    and lay leaders to guarantee the
    future of Judaism in America."
    Rabbi Wein. a 1955 graduate of
    the Hebrew Theological College of
    Chicago, was ordained (Yodin
    Yodin Semicha) by Rabbi Chaim
    Kreisworth. Antwerp, Belgium in
    1967. He received a Bachelor of
    Arts degree in Education in 1954.
    a Bachelor of Hebrew Literature j
    degree in 1955 and a Juris Doctor
    ree in 1968.
    Rabbi W< In, who served as rabbi
    of the Warsaw Bickur Cholim
    lie of Chicago in 1956.!
    aw and engagi 'l
    In b in
    the rat i of'
    Thanksgiving Event Set
    Forte Towers Men's Social Club
    will hold its seventh annual
    Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday.
    Nov. 25. at 6:30 p.m. The event.
    which is to be held in Carillon
    Hotel's LaCafe Room, will include
    dinner, dancing and a show; ap-
    proximately 500 persons are ex-
    pected to attend.
    &a**m
    SALAMI
    Kosher Zion products are all
    KOSHERIFFIC ... all manufac-
    tured under strict U. S. govern-
    ment inspection, and the rab-
    binical supervision of
    Rabbi Solomon I. Birnbaum.
    KOSHER 2ION strictly
    Kosher Corned Beef. Pas-
    trami, Salami, Bologna,
    Liver Sausage, Tongue,
    Knackwurst and Frank-
    furters.
    KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO
    1455 S. Aberdeen St. Chicago. III. 60608 Phou: (312) 730-2208
    DISTRIBUTED BY COASTLINE PROVISIONS CO.,
    6985 N.W. 37th Ave., Miami, Florida (305) 693-4262
    DICTOGRAPH
    SECURITY, INC.
    Complete Burglary and
    Firt Alarm Systems
    946- Lincoln Rd. 531-8769
    "Residential Security Specialist"
    INSIST ON ECONOMY
    AWNINGS and SAVE $
    AWNING CO.
    2995
    NW75mS.
    MIAMI
    OX 1-0191
    1Y
    MAICO
    Whatever yoir .too, you can
    en,oy the happiness of Rearing
    well. You can lake pait in
    y discussions; enjoy
    conduct
    business use the
    I

    YOU CAN HEAR;
    MAICO
    HEARING AIDS
    SERVICE
    101 I, DuFoal Centef
    169 I PI .'. St.
    /iiunc :;t7jo;>o
    #

    The Good Life
    Friday Night Dinners and Maxwell House Coffee
    Golden challeh, freshly cutdoesn't the very
    thought of it make you yearn for some? An4
    also for a cup of the coffee you like bestl
    Matchless Maxwell House, the favorite
    coffee for over half a century.
    Why not have a cheering cup right now?
    INSTANT or REGULAR*
    Oood to the last drop
    K
    Cer'
    Kosher
    Maxwell House is a rejstered trademark ot General Foods Corporate.
    G
    2F
    KMRMMMM


    November 19, 1971
    Mrs. Weintraub Honoree At
    Nov. 30 Testimonial Dinner
    The testimonial dinner honoring
    |( laire iMrs. Sydney L.) Weintraub
    |j:. recognition of her more than 2C
    vJewisti ncrSdiar
    Pctge 5-B
    Mrs. Rech
    mi. SYDNEY WWfTKAUB
    cars of active volunteer service
    ill the National Foundation-
    March of Dimes and her 40 j an
    community service will be held
    sday, Nov. 30. at the Sheraton
    Ambassadors Hotel.
    Weintraub. a member of a
    I uished; Miami pioneer fam-
    has boon a friend of Dado
    for over four decades
    king untiringly and selflessly
    both national and lceal orga-
    tions.
    nmittee of Mrs. Weintraub's
    s is planning the evening
    i! by the National Foun-
    !i Grade Class
    rites Dramatic
    Pilgrim Story
    ' nder the guidance of their
    Michele Rech, the fourth
    lass at Hillel Community
    School has written an origi-
    natization of the Story of
    Pilgrims from their exodus
    England through their first
    Iving. The performance,
    \ rsi and dance, is sched-
    Wednesday.
    M r s. R e c h.
    whose husband.
    Dr. Melvyn
    Rech, is a resi-
    dent physician
    in Orthopedic
    Surgery, says
    she involves the
    children in var-
    ious things, let-
    ting them learn
    by doing. "I try
    to equip them
    with the skills
    necessary for
    I to obtain their own informa-
    nt She explains.
    Reeh's class has written
    to people in positions of
    I expressing their opinions
    sing social questions. .Man..
    e children have received ac-
    'ledgements.
    Irs. Recb, who holds a Bache-
    -Vi t-, degree from Temple
    i it; and a Master of Arts
    from Missouri State Teach-
    College, is considered well-
    lied tor her task. She and Dr.
    ire tiie parents of one of the
    1's second grade students.
    jatiqn-March of Dimes with Miami
    leach Mayor"CTiuck" Half as hon-
    >rary chairman.
    A national board member of the
    March of Dimes, Museum of Sci-
    ence and the Local Government
    Study Commission, Mrs. Weintraub
    is immediate past president of the
    Dade County Citizens' Safety Coun-
    cil (the only woman in the nation
    to hold that post among certified
    councils).
    "There is no segment of the com-
    munity which has not benefitted
    from Claire Weintraub's presence,"
    Mayor Hall says.
    Cochairmen of the committee of
    friends honoring Mrs. Weintraub
    are George Beebe. Mrs. George
    Buchmann, Jr. and Mrs. William
    O. Mehrtens. The committee also
    includes Mrs. Alex Balfe, Mrs. Wil-
    liam Cleveland. Mrs. Louis Des-
    saint, Mrs. William R. Ellis. Mrs.
    Charles Finkelstein. Mrs. Arthur
    Friedman. Mrs. William Graham.
    Mrs. Clyde R. Higgins. Dr. Peter
    Masiko, Jr., Sylvan Meyer, Rabb;
    Joseph R. Narot, Mrs. Donald T.
    Nelson and Robert Pentland.
    Other committee members in
    elude Ralph Renick. Mrs. Jane
    Sharpe Ryder, Mrs. Frederick R.
    Scher, Farnie Seller, Don Shoe-
    maker. Dr. Henry King Stanford
    Glenn Suddath and Mrs. Charles
    Topmiller.
    Call the March of Dimes for
    tickets to the dinner honoring Mrs.
    Weintraub.
    Biscayne Cancer League Luncheon Benefits Research
    Biscayne Cancer League of the The chairmen of the fund-raising lene Siegel, Abby Rindom and
    American Medical Center at Den- luncheon were the Mesdames Ar- Tanya Goldbach.
    ver raised over $3,000 for cancer
    research at its second annual fund-
    raising luncheon in the Eden Roc!
    recently.
    The Biscayne League is one of
    the 2C0 volunteer groups through-
    out the country that raise funds
    for the Medical Center at Denver.
    In addition, funds are provided by
    the National Cancer Institute and
    the federal government.
    Models for the fashion show,
    "Too Young to Remember Swim-
    suits." were mothers and grand-
    mothers, all members of the
    League. They portrayed the his-
    tory of fashions from the turn of
    the century through the future.
    Modeling were Mrs. Iris Mar-
    lowe, Mrs. Helene Kimnel. Mrs.
    Adrienne Feigles and Mrs. Phylis
    Gelfand.
    Temple Emanu-EI Youth To
    Visit Disney World Dec. 5
    Temple Emanu-EI youth will
    participate in a "Teenage Caravan
    I to Disney World" Sunday. Dec. 5.
    j Dr. Theodore R. Struhl. Youth
    i Commission chairman has an-
    I nounced. The enchantment of the
    I day will start at 6 a.m. and con-
    j elude at 11 p.m.
    The teens will be transported in
    1 air-conditioned buses, and will
    1 tour Disney World under chaper-
    ; oned supervision. Further infor-
    I mat ion may be obtained by call-
    i ing Marty Listowsky, the temple's
    Youth Director.
    Mrs. Arlene Siegel, (left) Mrs. Abby Rindom and Mrs. Tanya
    Goldbach were chairmen of the fund-raising luncheon held
    by Biscayne Cancer League of the American Medical Center
    at Denver recently in the Eden Roc Hotel.
    When its after school nosh time...
    Sisterhood Sponsors
    Cbcktail Party-Dance
    Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood is
    pponsoring its annual cocktail
    PBtty and dance in the Ivory
    rawer of the Saxony Hotel. Satur-
    day at 9:30 p.m. The committee
    has planned entertainment; music
    'or dancing wil be furnished by a
    lamous band.
    nothing hits the spot like muffins & plenty of
    PHILADELPHIA BRAND CREAM CHEESE
    For
    reservations,- contact Gussie
    Medgebow or Ceil'prisand.
    made
    to be
    the tastiest
    in town
    and
    fresher
    there,
    isn't!
    CEKHHEDKDSHER


    Page S-B
    +Jenlsl) kTcridian
    Friday, November 19, 197,
    Evening?
    llesle
    \\<
    i i- ;}.
    Sponsors of the Deed Club's recent ball in the Fon'.ainebieau
    f-ox-l were 'from left) first row: Lee (Mrs. Samuel) Robinson,
    hi iriha [Mrs. Les:er^ Mishcon, Mrs. Dabby Morgan, Club
    president, Rosalie (Mrs. Norman; Arkin, and Betty Ann
    (Mrs. Sydney Mass; (second row) Lottie (Mrs. Herman)
    800 Attend Annual Ball
    Sponsored By Deed Club
    Benefit*]
    \v College]
    Scholarship Fund|
    An evening of \
    the l)onofii of the
    Isge Scholarship Fund <
    SI the home ol
    ; ct nily.
    More than 100 al
    friemis of Welleslej -
    fouimel wines and
    scribed by Dr. 1;;.
    president of the Phys
    Appreciation Society.
    Among those pri
    and Mis. Richard I
    and Mrs. David H
    Mrs. Arthur A ig 1st, ..
    Joae Mi Upton, Mi
    ..Id Upton, Dr. ai
    Marks. .Mr. and Mrs CI
    ley, Mr. and Mrs. :
    and Mrs. Philip Bl< I
    Mrs. Robert Hector. Mi 2
    Waller Rogers, Mr.
    David Sanford, Mr. and
    Beatty, Mr. and M:- .;
    in and Miss Maiie .'.:
    I
    Halpern, and Erma (Mrs.Al> Podvin; (third row) Rae (Mrs.
    Paul) Jay, Phyllis (Mrs. Herbert) Meyers, Ethyl (Mrs. Shel-
    don Spector, Lee (Mrs. Norman Klein, and Shirley (Mrs.
    living) Miller.
    New officers wi
    the Miami UVIi.-:. 1 j
    next two years 1 ey are
    Marshall S. Han i ii
    Mis. Whitehea I
    . ; .Mis. Doni
    < nrding secret ,J
    ['arsons, corresi
    . 1. : :
    Only M ;-'' Believe" was
    1!'.. 1 ClUl 's lfilh
    al i all at the Fontaineh,es 1
    ! in which 800 guests took
    ecently.
    "Fantasyland" became a reality
    with tlic unusual costumes worn
    '. the ...is at the Ball. Av.v ng
    the prize-winners were Jcninc
    (Mrs. Martin Sklaroff with hei
    \w ..c.i witch" cosi me that took
    firsl ;::i/>' ., : .. the m isl
    original. The sma I group award
    t: st prize, was given to Mr. and
    Mrs. Alvin Elias and Mr. and
    Mis. Jaek C haitman tor their
    s and Sinners" costumes.
    1 !ne ol the most original ideas
    a the large group that came as
    a charm bracelet; each one repre-
    sented a date to remember. They
    v ere Marde and Hurt Belenke.
    Rhode and Walter Lebowitz and
    Ri gins and AI Trapaneze.
    Judges of the costumes were
    Col. Gordon Cooper, the renowned
    astronaut; Marina Polvay, Chan-
    nel 2 .gourmet cook and author.
    Bill Smith, also of Channel 2. TV:
    Duncan Farrell of Kastern Air-
    lines: and Louisa Hoffman, found-
    e" of the Miami Ballet Society.
    Dr .and Mrs. Henry King Stan-
    foin and Mayor chuck and Mrs.
    iisli were among the prominent
    eraonageq attending the gala
    event
    Proceeds of the ball support the
    Peed C 1 u b Children's Cancer
    Clinic at the National Children's
    Cardiac Hospital. Besides sponsor-
    ing the maintenance of the Clinic.
    the 1'.' members of the Deed Club
    are involved with the $250,000 ex-
    ansion program on the site of the
    liosnital, and are working toward
    1 Peed Club Pavillion.
    Book Review, Cake Sale
    Scheduled At Sky Lake
    Rabbi Moshe Greebal, principal
    of Yesbiva Day School, v. if! re-
    ii"\ "Forged In Fury" by Mich-
    .-el Elkins, at a joint congrega-
    tion meeting, Monday evening at
    Sky Lake Synagogue, 18151 NE
    lPth Ave., North Miami Beach.
    The review is in observance of
    .Jewish Book Month; the pubtt? is
    cordially invited.
    The Sisterhood has scheduled a
    cake sale Tuesday beginning at S
    a m. at the 15th Avenue Bublix.
    adjacent to Zayre. For home-made
    baked goods, visit the cake sale.
    Your purchase will help support
    the Hebrew School.

    Moving? Redecorating?
    Call The Experts
    FURNITURE SALES IN YOUR HOME
    CALL HOUSEHOLD SALES
    940-3352 944-6757
    (Your Key to the Good Life
    Sa ~g;! :
    tulttm. rtC*4WW. wNffcOi t*-1 he.-*v ; I tut gi.
    (. I tWllI Klfl Bwtf*tl trtt %''. w f f 'r.-i
    likMMts. i ifcotssMri. fl iMuta "-;* :*f'* *' ~ct.
    Cti ? aiccM to''.*, i' Ligdctfc 1 Mi'i,
    EHiciencies from $145 mc. One bedroomi
    Irem $185 mo. Two bedrooms from $220 mo.
    GRAND OPENING
    New modtls and cljbhousa
    FRfcE BEER & HOT OOGS & PRIZES
    THIS SAT. & SUN. 2-5P.M.
    KEY PALM VILLAS
    Mi i -t ton ;::>; H uu I 1 Block Will cl 441 -
    UeMu I. Fla "'ct Hi :
    Ciii'ti t'tttnc Kiichim
    r
    Antiques
    by
    Linda
    Lieber
    Importer
    Authentic antique
    furniture and
    decorative
    accessories
    Trade welcome
    130 N.E. 40th ST.
    in the arcade
    Miami
    Open W.K. thru Fri. 19-5
    LAST PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
    BUILDING ON LUDLUM ROAD
    NOW RENTING!
    Location! Convenience! Presitge Address!
    An unbeatable combination. Located in the heart of the
    Hialeah-Miami Lakes growth area. PALO PLAZA
    Professional Office Confer offers the whole package.
    Crowing population. Commercial banks. Westland
    Shopping Mall. Palmetto General Hospital. Palm
    Springs Hospital.
    While under construction we can design your office and
    include the following features without additional charge:
    Decorative acoustical ceilings
    Soft-tones, recessed lighting
    Each Suite individually air conditioned by CARRIER
    "Individual private lavatories
    Attractive vinyt-askestos floor coverings
    Basic floor-to-ceiling partitioning
    100 car parking area (five entrances from three
    streets)
    OCCUPANCY JAN. 1, 1972
    For Further Information Contact:
    PALO PLAZA 5S3SS*.
    7000 West 12th Ave, (Ludlom Rood)
    Hioleoh, Florida 33014 Phone; 823-2401
    Let us be the first to give thanks
    to all our friends and loyal ens
    tomers To snow our thanks. ur-
    are now offeriif
    FREE PICKUP ft DELIVERY #J\JfT
    * CUPPING
    * GROOMING
    * HAItSTYLING
    * HAWTINTING
    * MANICURING
    * DE-TICKING
    * DC-FLEAING

    Air Conditional Healed Potilitrl* ,Ve Tranquiliteri
    Poodles and Terriers
    EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM STYLING & GROOMING
    891-1117 by Renee and Lib
    673-75 N.E. 123rd STREET NO. MIAMI, FLORIDA
    i
    FACTORY
    OUTLET
    Ladies Custom Sportswear
    UH Below Wholesale Prices
    * POLYESTER PANTS SUITS
    * SLACKS BLOUSES
    * SHORTS CULOTTES
    A
    Polly May
    Originals
    4320 LI 0th LANE 681-3385
    MON. THRU FRI. 10 A.M. P-M-
    SAT. 10 A.M. -2 P.M.


    lay, Novernber 19, 1971
    +Mwisli ncridNain
    Page 7-B
    \appenings
    ia\\* <. i-;. tton, a retired
    ian, has been named to
    board of Diroi-tw of A'meri-
    SavingB & Loan Assoria-
    acoordlng '' an announce-
    | i y Morris N. Broad, presi-
    Dr. Lytton, a past presi lent
    , Mount .Sinai Hospital
    is a torn Assistant Clini-
    essor oi Eye, Bar, Nose
    l-iinoi' at the University of
    Y-\ Medical School.

    the Boy Scouts of America,
    which is being featured in Mi-
    ami Beach Convention Hall Fri-
    day and Saturday.
    n Myero, senior vice
    presi -
    in Charge of Vending and
    -inns at Wometco Enter-
    [nc, has been named
    chaii n in of the Na-
    Vssoci iti ii of Conces-
    Con Ion scheduled
    | : i72 in Miami.
    ... a president of
    ciation "i Con-
    I es, is former presi-
    i the Florida Automatic
    dng Council.
    t>
    hard N. Friedman, presi-
    the a i an Stockhold-
    Msociation, Inc., spoke be-
    8 recent hearing of the
    rities ar.d Exchange Com-
    |on in Washington, D.C,
    Ming the restructuring of
    ii curities Industry.
    6 -fr
    hard S. Friedman, presi -
    of the American Stock*
    >rs Association, Inc., spoke
    - a recent hearing of the
    i ities and Kxchange Com-
    inn in Washington, D.C,
    ling the restructuring of
    curities industry-
    ^ -? Q
    1971 -Variety Children's
    tal Airlift' is scheduled for
    i. to 8 p.m.. Saturday. Dec.
    Miami Airport, every hour
    0 hour. Tickets to sight-see
    ami may be purchased at
    Northeast Airlines office.
    ids will be turned over to
    *y Children's Hospital.
    he Alpha Kpsilon Pi frater-
    Greater Miami Alumni
    will meet for a 7:30 p.m.
    r Tuesday at the Kmbers
    t.uirant, Miami Beach, to
    ier new officers for the
    i:ig year. Nominees include
    ard Gros for president;
    Ian Shoekett for vice pres-
    t; Richard Newlierg for
    etary; Norman Gorson for
    -:rer and Harvey Lazarus
    ntinel. The club meets at
    i tnbers monthly.
    tV -ft
    irida Yesterday, Today
    Tomorrow" is the theme of
    1971 Seoul Show produced
    t ii South Florida Council of
    Vometco Theatres
    Posts, Auxiliaries Fete
    Veterans On Thanksgiving
    The Jewish War Veterans of (lie
    United States Posts and Ladies
    Auxiliaries were to cosponsor a
    Thanksgiving holiday festive party
    with all the "fixings" for the pa-
    tients In the special nursing care
    center and spinal cord injuric- sec-
    tion of the Veterans Administra-
    tion Hospital, at 4:.",0 p.m. Thurs-
    day in the hospital cafeteria.
    A committee t'rom each Post
    Ladies Auxiliary and the two Jun-
    ior Divisions, the Revelettes and
    Starletts will share in helping and
    lerving the patients.
    BBW Chapters Holding
    Their Regular Meetings
    Emma Lazarus Chapter, Busi-
    ness and Professional Women of
    li'nai B'rith will meet at 7:30 p.m.
    Tuesday in the Jefferson National |
    Lank; Harriett Cohen will pre- j
    side and Edith Simmons is the '
    hostess. Refreshments will be
    served.
    The B'nai B'rith Women's Lin-
    coln Chapter 1288 will have their
    regular meeting at 12:30 p.m. on
    Wednesday in the club room of
    100 Lincoln Rd. The film "We
    Were There" will be shown after
    the meeting. Snack refreshments
    will be served preceding the meet-
    ing.
    Bernice Breitbart was the 500,-
    000th tourist to arrive in Israe.
    this year. To commemorate the
    event, the Israel Ministry of
    Tourism picked up the tab for
    the 27-day stay of Mrs. Breit-
    bart, a former delicatessen
    owner from Dallas. Here Nate
    Freedman, Public Relations di-
    rector for the Israel Ministry of
    Tourism in North America, de-
    livers the check at Kennedy Air-'fli<-,s of YounR A,lults: How D"
    , __ i We Cope Witn Them?" The
    port, shortly after Mrs. Breit-
    ! '->"t*'s return last week.
    Professor Guest Speaker
    Prof. Alan Berkey. professor of
    psychology at Miami-Dade Junior
    College was the speaker at a re-
    cent breakfast "Rap Session" for
    Beth David high school students.
    His topic was "Emotional Con-
    With the planning completed, u hard-wo:king committee of
    the National Council of Jewish Women pauses after prepar-
    ing for today's luncheon at the Eden Rcc Hotel which
    will raise funds for a local NCJW pilot evj.'.d care
    center. From left (standing) are Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim,
    Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs. Irving Wexler and Mrs. Aaron Fair;
    (seated) Mrs. Jeicld Schwarz, Mrs. Alfred Moss and Mrs.
    Norman Cohan.
    KAY'S HOME
    DECORATORS
    Custom made slipcovers,
    cloth or plastic. Yours or
    our materials.
    861-1482
    Cope
    breakfast, which took place at
    Beth David-South Dade Campus
    7500 SW 120th St., is the first in
    a series.
    MAKARQVA
    KIVITT
    GALA
    WITH Cjuesf ytrlisli
    NATALIA
    I PLAY MISTY FOR ME
    n Invitation to terror...
    EARLY BIRD
    HOLIDAY SAIE
    FREE ART GIFT WITH
    EVERY $30 PURCHASE
    GALAXY OF GIFTS
    207 N.E. 39th Street
    Phone 758-9552
    Oil Pointings
    Custom framing
    Mclai Sculpture
    Art Objects
    COME IN AND BROWSE
    Mon. Sat. 10-4
    exciting DOG RACING
    TONIGHT
    BEACH
    Sung and negated by
    THEODORE BiKEL
    Arranged and conducted by ISSACHAR MIHON
    A RARE GEM OF A COLLECTOR'S ALBUM FOR
    FREEDOM LOVING AMERICANS.
    SILENT NO SHORE
    The Freedom Songs of Soviet Jews, based on tapes
    smuggled out of the U.S.S.R.
    jA|L A GREAT STAR L.P. STEREO RECORDING
    6*}-0]4*
    For if> r*co<0 at
    fe.tS eottpi\
    wnte ArftCn
    Jewish Coifl'OM
    DP"I P. <
    Mtn SI New Voc*
    10026
    (Please enclose eneck 01 money orae> )
    N Re0Nl S ADD W SAU-S TAX
    _____________ .. -


    Page 8-B
    +Jeisl> ftcrkfiar
    Friday, November 19, 19J
    SOCIAL
    BRIEFS
    bv Isabel Grove
    1
    It is quite probable that the
    members of the Women's Division
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration Committee are already
    working on "Second Tuesday '"2."
    for seemingly effortless smooth- i
    ness and perfection depend on
    careful and long time detailed
    planning.
    Nevertheless, approving echoes
    of the community education day
    '71 are still being heard in the
    conversations of the almost 1,000
    Dade Countians who attended the
    day-long affair at the Seville Ho-
    tel Nov. 9.
    Highlight of the morning's pro-
    gram was presentation of a plaque
    to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers "lol-
    ls years of devoted service to the
    children of Dade County and for
    a lifetime of faithful commitmi-nt
    to the Jewish community."
    Alexander Kogan and Rose, who
    ;c 1 \ od as decorations chairman,
    Carl Weinkle and Esther. Robert
    Russell who is over-all Federation
    president, and Muriel, and Robert
    Forman and Toddie.
    Others seen in the crowd were
    Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mrs. Sam
    Blank. Mrs. Jerry Schwartz, Mrs.
    Manny Goldstrich, Mrs. Inez
    Krensky. Mrs. Philip Bloom, pres-
    ident. Miami Section National
    Council of Jewish Women, and
    her mother Mrs. Julius Bernstein.
    Mrs. Burton Levey, president of
    Federation's Women's Division
    gave the welcoming address and
    Mrs. David Miller served as chair-
    man of the day. Mrs. Mike Sum-
    I erg is the division's vice presi-
    dent of education. Patti Gross was
    responsible for the excellent press
    coverage.
    A second treat was the musical-
    drama, "Roots.'' written by the
    exuemely young and very talent-
    ed Bob Solomon, 19, and Dan
    Biackman, 20. Seemingly wise be-
    yon,: their years. Bob and Dan
    i;m words and music to convey
    the plight of the elderly on South
    Beach and the problems of youth
    an) v. here.
    Orchestrations and musical di-
    rection for the production were in
    the capable hands of Jerry Mar-
    shall with choreography by Tima-
    ra Mitchel. Among performers
    were Mrs. Robert (Iloot Gruder.
    Mrs. Sam (Phyllis 1 Greenfeder
    and Trudy Lawrence.
    Four separate dining rooms in
    ethnic moods created by David
    Harrison ac c o m m o da t e d the
    luncheon guests. In the Russian
    Room, Mrs. Allan (Carole) Wilson
    hosted a group which included
    Mrs. Bennett Lifter. Mrs. Paul
    Rosen, Mrs. Norton Pallot and |
    Mrs. Morris Levitt Mrs. Melvin j
    Chasin dined with Federation
    executives.
    Samuel Adler brought a group
    from Palm Beach, and Mrs. Jack
    Hartley entertained Mrs. Gerald
    Miller and Mrs. Donald Farber
    with tales of her recent trip to
    Israel. South Miamians Mrs. Her-
    bert Paige and Mrs. Richard Litt
    had both chosen to wear black
    clingy knits which did much for
    them and vice versa.
    Mrs. Franklin Rittenberg seem-
    ed just right in the Latin Ameri-
    can room in a gaucho outfit of
    red and black. Her guests, most
    of them dentist's wives were Mrs.
    Leo Greenfield, Mrs. Morton Ros-
    enbluth, Mrs. Lawrence Brant,
    and Mrs. Barry Melselman. Mrs.
    Howard Scharlin played host to
    Mrs. Kenneth Treister and Mrs.
    Ronald Raskin, a newcomer to
    South Miami whose husband is a
    Jordan Marsh Veep. Mrs. Alvin
    Watson surrounded herself with
    many long-time friends.
    It was America all the way in
    the U.S.A. Room with Mrs. Myron
    Sponder, Mrs. Samuel Gray, Mrs.
    Murray Kane, and Mrs. Bernard
    Sandrew. Among guests were Mrs.
    Harold Greene. Mrs. Robert Sieg-
    el, Mrs. Seymour Mufson, Mrs.
    David Egozi and Mrs. Philip Perl-
    man.
    The Israeli group was young
    and gay although Mrs. Martin
    Fine and Mrs. Marshall Harris
    were talking politics. Diane Sepler
    hosted a group of friends from the
    Springs.
    Husbands who shared the day
    with their wives included Harry
    Smith and Marilyn. Jeromr Kq^
    nis andt Worraa. Eli Thnooer and-
    Lisa. Mert Miltman and Lee. who
    waa one of the stars in the show.
    Guest speaker for the day was
    : David Schoenbrun. ABC news
    ! commentator, author and loetiir-
    j er, who received a standing ova-
    tion from an audience which had
    1 teen in attendance for some five
    hours. This was indeed a compli-
    ment to his wit and wisdom.
    Happily. Second Tuesday has
    1 ecome an annual affair for the
    Women's Division, and Judging
    ' from the response and approval
    garnered by the one for '71. the
    I community will be most receptive
    1 to the affair for '72.
    Pioneer Women
    Honor Members
    Mrs. Ben Sohn. president of Pio-
    neer Women Club 1. announces a
    tinner in honor of Leah Notkin
    and Moishe Freedberg, who is cel-
    ebrating his 90th birthday Sunday
    at 6 p.m. in the Royal Hungarian
    Restaurant. 731 Washington Aw.
    Guest speaker will be Mrs. Milton
    Green. Council president of Pio-
    neer Women.
    Pioneer Women Club 2 announc-
    es a dinner in honor of Mrs. Rose
    Marcus and Mrs. Sarah Spun Tues-
    day at 6 p.m. in the Royal Hungar-
    ian Restaurant.
    The Golda Meir Chapter of Pio-
    neer Women will hold a regular
    meeting at the Washington Fed-
    eral Bank. 1234 Washington Ave..
    Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Sarah
    Helfand will present a review of
    "The Pledge." by Leonard Slater.
    Katherine Lippman is president.
    Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
    will have an Israeli night and en-
    tertainment at their regular meet-
    ing, Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Wash-
    ington Federal Bank 1234 Wash-
    ington Ave. Faye Brucker, presi-
    dent will conduct the meeting.
    Mrs. Gary Sher Speaks
    On Abortion Law Reform
    'The Why and How of Abortion
    Law Reform" was the topic when
    Mrs. Gary Sher spoke before the
    members of Temple Israel Sister-
    hood at their meeting in the
    temple this week. She was intro-
    duced by Mrs. Maurice Serotta.
    Mrs. Vi Holtzberg was program
    chairman.
    Mrs. Sher is an officer of the
    Abortion Reform Coalition, whose
    goal is to influence legislation for
    simplified abortion procedures in
    cases of unwanted or medically
    undesirable pregnancies. The Sis-
    terhood, with other reform Jewish
    congregational bodies throughout
    the country, is in favor of the
    principle of abortion reform.
    After the United Order True Sisters, Miami 43, donated
    $6,000 worth of playground equipment to Variety Children's
    Hospital, the hospital honored the organization with a
    "Fountain of Love" bearing a plaque which reads: "He who
    gives a child a treat, makes joy bells ring in heaven's
    street." Little Juan Borrelli, one of the youngsters who will
    enjoy frolicking on the sculptured fun forms, is shown with
    (from left), Mrs. Max Ruthiield, past president; Mrs. Louis
    Gillman, president; Mrs, Joseph Barchan, Mrs. Ted Kauf-
    man, and Mrs. Charles Richman, all of whom volunteer
    their time each Thursday to the Special Clinic at Variety.
    HEBREW ACADEMY
    THRIFT SHOP
    Needs Your Good, Used
    Clothing, Furniture, Appliances,
    Dishes, Pots and Pans, Brk-a-ftrac
    And What Have Yeut
    CAlt 532-6421 FOR FKK-Uf
    732 6* ST1ST, MIAMI MACM
    The Spanish Room was one of a number of rooms reflecting'
    an area of the world at Second Tuesday 71. Representing I
    North Dade were, (from left) hostesses Mrs. Donald Reijf
    vice president community organization, Mrs. Alvin Eias,
    and Mrs. Franklin Rittenberg.
    .

    A feature of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 3 Won!
    en's Division Second Tuesday 71, was four separate lunAi
    eon rooms decorated to reflect different areas of the world
    Hostesses from North Dade pictured above in the U.S.A.I
    Room are Mrs. Harvey Baxter, (left) Mrs. Maury SrhwarS
    and Mrs. Murry Kane.
    U-CAN RENT. INC.
    ROLL-A-WAY BEDS
    KCtSTIMO ST TMt
    1TATI IO*IO Ol HIAITM
    MM Ct.i' N*f......................261-7771
    f WOULD YOU LIKE TO LOSE WEIGHT'"
    WE HAVE A KM 16 DAY PLAN THAT s0f0
    GETS THE WEIGHT OFF QUICKLY & I FREE BROCMUCE
    KEEPS IT OFF!
    Call For Consultation
    DIET WATCHERS OF FLORIDA
    201 ISCAYK( IOV,llV4in ____________ -
    TEMPLE ZION
    Art Exhibit and Auction at...
    8000 MILLER ROAD, MIAMI
    SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th
    ART EXHIBIT 8:45 p.m. AUCTION 9:15 p.m.
    Proceeds for TEMPLE ZION
    Original Works of Art by-
    SALVADOR DALI, SANDU LIEBERMAN, IRVING AMEN,
    REUVEN RUBIN and Others-
    TAPESTRIES, ORIENTAL RUGS, ANTIQUE
    JEWELRY AND ORJETS ITART
    FREE ADMISSION FREE AWARDS
    PDID YOU EVER SEE THIS?
    HI-STYLES at LOW PRICES
    SHAMPOO & SET
    LTUES.-WED.-THURS..................SI'S
    IFRI. 4 SAT............................*3.w
    COLORS
    1 PROCESS..........................ilooO
    2 PROCESS..........................iS'Sn
    PERM. WAVE rROM..................ST'S?
    MANICURE: TUES.-WED.-THURS.....1J-22
    TRI. & SAT............................*1-SO
    SUN.
    SOc
    "SiMFHTiC,
    r FAMING rjxrO-
    wni-iijiriWi'*1


    vJewisti ncrkUar
    Page 9-B
    :ond Tuesday 71, the community-wide education day
    Sponsored by the Women's Division of the Greater Miami
    levvish Federation, featured a luncheon that was held in four
    >oms decorated to reflect a different area of the world.
    iepresenting Miami Beach were, from left to right, Mrs.
    Jen-old Brooks, Mrs. Irving Ackerman, Mrs. Burton Black
    knd Mrs. Elias Alvin, hostesses in the Latin American Room.
    /

    Home's Auxiliary
    To Hold Meeting,
    Birthday Party
    Creator Miami Women's Auxil-
    iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
    will feature a snaek brunch at its
    -egular monthly meeting Tuesday,
    Nov. 30, at 12:30 p.m. in the Ruh-
    aiyat Room of the Algiers Hotel,
    Mrs. Lawrence Silverman will pre-
    side; Mrs. Sylvia Epstein will give
    the invocation.
    A delightful musical program has
    been arranged by Mrs. Louis Mak-
    ovsky, program chairman. Advance
    registrations are necessary, and
    may be made by calling Anne Tan-
    enbaum, Henny Jaffe or Doris
    Orlow.
    Each month the Auxiliary has a
    birthday party for the residents
    of the home. On Sunday, Nov. 28
    in will be a gala event celebrating
    the birthdays of three of the lead-
    ts of the Home, Shari Silverman,
    Mollie Silverman and Frances Mak-
    ovsky. Refreshments will be served
    and the public is invited. For bus
    reservations, call Rose Astrov.
    ^'ore than 800 men and women attending Second Tuesday
    i, saw an original play called "Roots" featuring three vig-
    ;ttes. Guest speaker for the event was news commentator
    'avid Schoenbrun, who is shown with Mrs. Burton Levey,
    ft) Women's Division president; Mrs. Mike Sumberg, vice
    ?sident of education, and Mrs. David Miller, chairman of
    I'r.c day.
    [izrachi Women Schedule Activities
    Linda Enz Engaged To
    Mitchell D. Aronson
    Mr. and Mrs. Hal Enz of 613
    Hibiscus Dr.. Golden Isles, Hallan-
    dale, and Springfield, N.J., an-
    nounce the engagement of their
    daughter, Linda Ann, to Mitchell
    D. Aronson. Mr. Aronson is the
    son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Har-
    old Aronson of Miami Beach.
    Miss Enz is a graduate of the
    University of Miami where she
    was a member of Mortar Board.
    Mr. Aronson is a graduate of Par-
    sons College and the University of
    Florida College of Law. He is an
    attorney in North Miami Beach, j
    A Dec. 25 wedding is planned.
    Alfred Finkelstein, Chai
    i] r president, has announced
    for its annual auction, to
    . 'Id on Sunday, Nov. 28. at 7
    ill.' YMHA, 8500 S\V 8th
    I event will bring fun and
    ins to all and funds to young
    studying at the Mizrachi
    en's Beersheba Vocational
    i School for Girls in Israel.
    courses are offered for typ-
    LEO HOHAUSER
    PLUMBING
    CONTRACTING REPAIRING
    rving bait Cunt 0r 25 Toon
    II S.W. 14th ST. HI 4-W04
    ENNA JETTICK
    SKYLARK ...
    Lfti Witk-t M Air
    ARNO COMF IRT SHOE
    Mm tacfMt FrttiM SMI
    EaatettidiSlKS
    fr.ScMI'sBifardsMeSatfS
    MMJmmm>
    ists, stenographers, seamstresses,
    knit goods workers, cooks, di-
    eticians and beauticians.
    Miami Beach Chapter president,
    Mrs. Rachel Katz, has scheduled
    a noon card party and luncheon
    Sunday, Nov. 28, at Kneseth Israel,
    1415 Euclid Ave. Proceeds will go
    towards the support of Bessie Gots-
    feld Children's Village and Farm
    School, a world-renowned instal-
    lation of Mizrachi Women, cele-
    brating its 25th year this month.
    Twenty-eight new immigrants
    from Morocco, France, Austria,
    Latvia and the Soviet Union are
    studying Hebrew in the intensive
    ulpan" (quick learning language
    course) at Kfar Batya Children's
    Village in Ranaana, Israel, it has
    been announced.
    YOU'LL LIKE OUR
    Custom Draperies
    DO IT WITH
    "FINESSE" CuHcm Hcuio J71 ntt
    CABANAS FOR RENT
    HOTEL NEW YORKER
    For Seoson Reasonable
    1*11 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
    Telephone 531-5502
    DECORATOR
    SERVICE
    FANCY WORK
    FSSTOONS& VALANCES
    for decorators and
    department stores
    ESTER SAAVREDA-OWNER
    SclUbla Espanol
    320 N.E. 62nd Street
    754-8k52

    I*
    *
    4
    11630 N.E. 2nd AVE., MIAMI
    TEL; 757-3145
    THE LARGEST +i
    AND MOST BEAUTIFUL SELECTION +j
    FINEST QUALITY CONSERVATIVE PRICES j
    OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
    10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
    %?** ttttt 1111111111 t-t-y
    Ann N. Sokol And
    Stephen Goldman
    Married Saturday-
    Ann Nessa Sokol, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sokol, 1365
    N.E. 171st St., North Miami
    Beach, and Stephen Elliot Gold-
    man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
    Goldman. 500 East Dr.. North
    Miami Beach, were married Sat-
    urday evening, Nov. 13, at Temple
    Peth Torah. Rabbi Max Lipschitz
    officiated at the 6:30 p.m. cere-
    mony. A reception and dinner fol-
    lowed at the Embers Restaurant.
    Both the bride, who graduated
    from Norland High School, and
    the bridegroom, who graduated
    from North Miami High School,
    have attended Miami-Dade Junior
    College.
    After a honeymoon in Europe,
    the newlyweds will live in North
    Miami.
    MM. STEPHEN E. GOLDMAN
    donQxatuLatlonx
    We hope you will accept this invitation
    to let us help you make your wedding
    day the most beautiful day of your life.
    Of utmost importance to you, is the se-
    lection of a wedding gown that is "per-
    fect" for you. You'll find the gown of
    your dreams in our inspired collection
    of bridal fashions plus lovely styles
    for members of the bridal party. .
    Do plan to come in soon and let us help
    to make your dreams come true.
    ucta
    7277 DADEtAND NEW EAST MALL
    2*3 MIRACIE MIIE


    Page 10-B
    rJenist ffcr&fiar
    Friday, November 19,
    r-
    Serendipity
    by Sail) Spael
    "T Hadassah Group
    i Sponsors Concert
    I S

    Snuthgate Group of Hadassah is
    tporaarins a benefit concert for
    the Hadassah Mc.iical Center at
    7:30 p.m. Monday in the Terrace
    Room of the Southgate Towers.
    910 West Ave.
    The musical program will in-
    WesU (lab members celebrated the Silver Anntver- I cjuje vocaj selections by Mit/ie
    . > o: the Chtb. Saturday night with th.'ir oj>ening formal dance. Qarfleld and Howard J. Hollander,
    ] (fated trees and \\h t.- flowers sparked the decor, and Ted Martin's accompanied by Nata Utal at the
    hestra played for the lancing. piano and Fred Gold playing the
    GUmpaed enjoying themselw m re Felicia and Dr. Richard Deutch mandolin, according to Mrs.
    the ciub; Janet and Marshall Pepper. Polly and Joseph Rosenberg, president.
    i deHirs h Meyer, L md Gerald Lewis. Ruth and Max Tn0 gather Group of Hadassah
    . ukin, Eleanor and Gus Peuer, Marian and ivjh hold a luncheon meeting on
    : Tuesday noon in the auditorium
    . the Financial Federal. 755
    Washington Ave. Guest speaker
    v. ill be Mrs. Sylvia Kurland area
    vice president. Mis. Louis Lands
    ri sident.
    Post And Auxiliary Hold
    Joint Membership Event
    When Norman Bruce Brown Post
    174 Jewish War Veterans and
    its Ladies Auxiliary held their an-
    nual membership get-together last
    week, special guests were Jack
    I Berrnan of Hollywood, commander
    I of the fourth region of the Jewish
    War Veterans, and Mrs. Sally Levy
    of Miami Poach, president of the
    - Department of Florida Ladies Aux-
    iliary.
    Mrs. lawrence Silverman
    Keyna (Mrs. Alex
    Youngerman
    T r. Stante) Frehling, Muriel and Sidney Rudolph. Inez and Ralph
    te, Reba and Max Kern, Bryna and Steven Kneapler. Nancy and
    Carol and Lariy Porter. Margie and Leonard Wien. Nancy
    . id Marty Glick. Lee and Sam Robinson, Shirley and Irving Miller. Roe
    Z d Leon Gnrfii 1 '. and dozens more.
    t- *r
    On the sick list Shari 'Mrs. Lawivncet Silverman is home now
    9 -t '> at Mount Sinai Hospital. Ditto Elsie 'Mrs. Leo Robinson.
    J an (Mrs. Morris I Lansburgh is at home doing well after scaring
    family by being iashed to Mount Sinai Hospital. Ethel (Mrs. Her-
    c an) Jacobs is hme after a long siege in the hospital. This is the
    E it ol news that hurts to write, but you readers will want to know.
    Nine creative artists who have ben working together for many
    1 an have expended their cooperative studio and workshop to include
    ? gallery, "Continuum" on W. 51st St., Miami Beach.
    The painters and sculptors are Anna Mae (Mrs. Lawrence* Levon-
    - n Peggy (Mrs. Stuart i Gordon, Carol (Mrs. Isaac* Fryd. Marcella
    (Mrs Seymour* Walcman. Harriet i Mrs. Morton* Lefkowitz. Mira
    Mis David* Lefar, Freda (Mrs. William* Tschumy, Esther (Mrs.
    Howaad) Englc and Shirley (Mrs. Donald* Michnoff.
    Their "Continuum'' gallery was the sitting for a cocktaiy party this
    k, and the husbands got a big kick out of it.
    {r ii -ir
    Red. white and blue set the nautical theme for the membership
    c iffee ol Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary which took place Tuesday at
    i .. home of Jill fifes. Stanley) Arkin. The three membership cochair-
    1, Fanny (Mrs. Abel) Holtz. Carol (Mrs. Richardi Masington and
    / l ne i Mrs. Robert* Segal were delighted with "the successful sailing."
    The group was welcome; by the president of the Auxiliary. Mrs.
    r Don and membership vice president. Mrs. Gerald Miller. Rnoda
    Murrayi Kern, immediate past president, tolc. the "Auxiliary
    Adele Freund, din -tor of volunteer services, answered ques-
    An original musical skit written by Trixio Levin and sung by'
    Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Lloyd Raskin, Mrs. Hap Levy and Mrs.
    t Gruder. accompanied by Mrs. Pert Davis, described in verse
    i ii services o: the Auxiliary.
    Mi- Bertram J. Thorpe, program chairman, and skit props chair-
    r Mrs. !>-;> Skwon and Mrs. Nancy Negrin, helped make this
    f tnbecship coffee "a passport to progress."
    of Mrs Eileen Levine and the late Murray L
    ] ... i mbership into Florida Beta Chapter
    , Tail I nor so iety. He is a junior
    I i.. rsit o', '' in majoring in Civil Engii
    j
    1 Reyne Y nan have Mat returned from their first
    i- rsting with happy memories. While the)
    t] n the Red Carpet
    cemony. Because Alex
    and I artist, they >pt:.t Says at the
    sed with
    both the Tel Avi\ and Jerus
    rr.t -
    They atti nded th ;'" > Baron,"
    nuance. They
    -bowing of the Imbal
    tour that will in-
    ' htng 'he femtnite
    -rt,.. chaeotogical finds. |
    historical

    it a brutr-h in :
    -
    Sadie and Ben Peiaei of Miami B- brated theii
    - ,.fi with a reception given by their three
    , gfcti rs ai th Whit HoUM MMd for M of their friends.
    nor and Hy > i el. Mrs. Ruth Danow and Harriet ani Thomas
    7-olan came here from rTea Tone for their parents' anniversary.
    Leonard Davis of Miami is jiost
    commander; Mrs. Claire Green-
    wald of Miami Ls Auxiliary presi-
    dent. Membership chairmen, Mrs.
    Selma Lefkowitz. the Auxiliary s
    senior vice president in chargi ol
    membership, and Louis Nason thi
    POSl I Junior vice commander, wen'
    in charge of arrangements.
    Technion Women Plan
    Book Review-Coffee
    The Miami Chapter Women's
    Division American Society for i
    Technion is planning a Book Re-
    view-Coffee Friday, at 10 a.m. in
    the home of Mrs. Philip Galitz.
    3601 San Vicente Ave., Coral
    Gables. Professor Ellen F. Baum
    will discuss "The Sensuous Wo-
    man" and The oible.
    Mrs. Meyer Brilliant is the pres-
    ident of the Miami Chapter which
    supports the Israel Institute of
    Technology, the only engineering
    university in the Middle East. Co-
    chairmen are Mrs. Jess Spirer and
    Mrs. Maurie Finkelor.
    WELWORTH HOTEL
    Newly decorated. Pullmanettes, A.
    C. Col. T.V., Vi Blk ocean. Across
    No.Shore Comm. Ctr. Nextdoor
    WoolwortK, Food Fair. Sea. $1200.
    Yr. $1500 up. Maid Service. 7326
    Collins Ave.
    I
    AUTO
    INSURANCE
    as low $101 m
    S |dtl "
    AGES 30 to 90 TERMS
    18,900 20,000 5,000
    SPECIAL RATES FOR
    MALES ACE 16-24
    A. GRF.ENBERG IGENCT
    MM till MM MT-1M3
    (IMeiUt MTI Til 1UBCT)
    ALL SEASONS
    HOTEL
    FORMERLY
    PATRICIAN HOTEL
    OCEANFRONT
    Completely Redecorated
    And Refurnished
    ALLNEW
    PILL.MANKTTKS
    H cubic It. self-defrosting
    refrigerators, air conditioned
    and heated, pool, daily maid
    service, color TV card room,
    game room, entertainment.
    ksEAJONAL &
    YEARLY
    WE WELCOME
    YOUR INSPECTION
    3421 COLLINS AVENUE
    S31-SS2I
    Mrs. Sorah Kcmen (left) and Mr. end Mrs. Ike Serure are
    serving as chairmen of the "Taste and View" auction being
    held by the Fine Arts of Beth David Sunday, in the
    temple's Specter Hall. Previewing will begin at 7 pjjj,; the
    auction of paintings, guaches. oilc and etchings will start
    at 8 p.m.
    ANNOUNCING
    GRAND OPENING
    A & A PLUMBING SUPPLIES
    WHOLESALE ONLY
    13153 W DIXIE HIGHWAY NO MIAMI f 10RIOA 33ISI
    893-1631
    PA9MNC- IN REA
    FOR SALE
    THE START OF YOUR SYSTEMATIC
    PLAN OF INVESTMENT. YOU CAN
    DO IT WITH AS LITTLE AS...
    $25.00
    SWANSON & WATTLES, INC.
    MUTUAL FUNDS STOCKS BONDS
    /1205 S. Dixie Hv.y. Telephone 233 2960
    j**.
    PHONE IN 221-9988 TAKE OUT. f
    London Castle Fish & Chips
    9717 BIRD RD. (97 PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER)
    DEUOOUS FISH ALSO THE BEST SUB
    SANDWICHES IN OADE COUNTY AT PRICES SO 10W,
    YOU WON I BELIEVE IT 16 VARIE T'ES OF SUBS:
    ITALIAN SUB STEAK & ONION.
    STEAK 8. EGGS. ETC
    ALSO VERY GOOD PIZZA
    OPEN
    1HURS 11AM 8:30PM. FRUSAT. 11 AM. MIBNI!
    CHET LORD
    Internationally Famous
    TV Cameraman
    after traveling 10 years with
    Presidents and Statesmen,
    offers two hour film
    with lecture
    Excellent Opportunity for Fund:
    Rating Call 891-1562


    November 19. 1971
    *Jtpmcfl Meridian
    Page 11-3
    atz Named Assistant To
    President Of University
    (Rlc) Kntz. 24, who has
    [mi 'I Assistanl to the Pres-
    hi .it Flortda International
    i ,. the new state I'liiver-
    in Miami, formerly served as
    < ecial Assistant to Rcpivs.n-
    Maishall Harris of Miami.
    I an of the House Appropri-
    I i ommittee.
    Katz received his M.S. de-
    in Communications from
    i i Stale University after ,
    two 'I' grces in Journal- |
    one in broadcasting and
    the other in news editorials at
    the I'niveisity of Florida in 1968
    and 1939.
    While m college, he held a news
    internship with VVTVJ in Miami
    and was active in student life at
    the University of Florida. lie was
    ..'. lected for the University of
    Florida Hall of Fame, Who's" Who
    in American Colleges and Univer-
    sities and is a member of the
    Florida Blue Key.
    Born in Camden County, N.J.,
    Mr. Katz lias been a resilient of
    Miami since 1960.
    former Premier David Ben-Gurion congratulates Judge Zev
    Kcgcn on his fine services to the Jewish National Fund
    jr.i Israel. Judge Kogan is president of the Southern Region
    Jewish National Fund of America. Photo was taken in
    3c-r.-Gurion's home in Sde Boker, Israel, Oct. 22 during
    ?:i-Gurion's birthday celebration.
    Everything From Paintings
    To Frames, At Minerva Ltd.
    II. i.iy berkow an I SlJncy I'olak
    announce the grand opening of Ml-
    c i.a Entcrp i I.id. lnr., rrtanu-
    acturcrs, Import ra an dlstribu-
    'i. of | Icturc fram is, original oi!
    iiai.itin",s and water colofs, limiti I
    i dition lithos by world famous art-
    ists, Au-tin reproductions sculpture
    and related ail product-.
    Their warehouse and showroom,
    located at 2126 SW 60th Ter.,
    Miramar, may i' visited by dec-
    |orators, artists, gallery owrcrs and
    aucuomcrs liom 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
    Alc.ndny thio.iyh Saturday. Whole-
    I ale purchasing is o:len to the.
    Ira le only.
    Doctor Discusses
    Hair Transplanting
    l ". Allen M. idtz discua. gical transplantation of hair when
    ihe Commci ce (-lub met r : nt Ij
    ;..: i!i. tea room of Bur dine's, Dad
    and.
    Dr. Katz. a general practitioner
    :n tin southwcsl sn-ii(,:i of Miami
    Cor il' years, lias been p rforming
    ical hair transplantations for
    lb.- past Rvc j' ars.
    Samuel Siege! Speaking
    H'nai Zion, Miami Beach Chapt-
    er, will hold its regular meeting
    Thursday, Nov. 25, at 8 p.m. in
    the auditoiium <>i the Washington
    '' deral 5a in Bank, :.'.'ll Wash-
    ington Ave. Samuel Siegel will
    speak on "Martin Buber 11 is
    [i i als, a n d Chassidlc Tales."
    Hosts for Ihe refreshments will be
    Molly and Il.man .1. Fliegel in
    celebration of Mr. Fllegel's recov-
    ery from illness.
    Sunshine Chapter Meeting
    Sunshine Chapter H'nai B'rith
    Women win noui their rogular
    monthly meeting at 12:30 p.m.
    Tuesday in the Friendship Room
    of the Washington Federal Snv-
    lllgg ami Loan. 633 NK 167 St..
    North Miami Heath. The after-
    noon will include entertainment
    and refreshments, according to
    Mrs. Arnold Rothenberg, presi-
    dent. Pauline Rosenblatt is mem-
    bership chairman.
    KOSHER MEATS READY TO SERVE
    Amcnrj the new items made available by Empire Kosher
    Poultry, inc., arc aluminum pan turkey roasts combining
    white and dark msat, a boneless dark meat turkey roasl in
    an exotic Chinese-style fruit sauce marinade, boneless tur-
    key breast, "midget" '1 lb.) turk?y rolls and a large size all
    white meat chicken roll. Produced in Empire's all-Ko3her
    plant in M:fflinlown, Pa., the firm's product are distributed
    locally by Norman Mcndelson end Sons, Miami Beach and
    Ncrth Micm. Beach.
    lust Sell By Owner...
    yr. young 2 bedroom 2 bath
    ing dining, eat-in kitchen. Screen-
    patio easily converts to 3rd
    droom. Shag carpeting thruout,
    Vestinghouse washer, dryer in sep-
    e utility room, eye level range
    nd refrigerator, central air-heat.
    prinkler system, automatic timer,
    beautifully landscaped. Carport
    urge enough lor 2 ears. 1 block
    pool and recreation area. 5 min.
    magnificent Haulover Beach.
    temples A 163rd St. Shopping
    tenter walking distance, all busses
    flose. $35,000 or best offer.
    170S0N.E. 21st Ave.
    North Miami Beach
    944-2119 or 949-9035
    CARIH Chapter Auction
    Breath of Life Chapter of Chil- j
    dren's Asthma Research Institute
    and Hospital will hold its annual
    auction at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the
    VMHA. 8500 SW 8th St., accord- !
    ing to Mr~. Stanley Miller, presi-
    dent. Mrs. Ruth Berg is chairman
    ol the event; all proceeds will be
    gent to the hospilal in Denver to
    support its work.
    BEAN BAG CHAIRS
    $19.95
    Available in all (.olors
    wet look vinyls
    also stocking chairs in
    ANIMAL SKINS & FURS
    ... See us at ...
    U.S. 1 Kendall
    DADELAND STANDARD SERVICE STATION
    Robert L. Adler, of Chicago, 111.,
    vice president of Associated
    Agencies, Inc., an insurance
    firm, and Jewish communal and
    civic leader, has been appoint-
    ed chairman of the National |
    Armed Forces and Veterans;
    Services Committee of the Na- i
    tional Jewish Welfare Board
    (JWB), according to Morton L |
    Mandel, president of JWB.
    ^^^&^^^M^>^v^M

    HUSBAND-WIFE
    TEAM
    (OR SIK'SIE)
    to S250-S650
    EXTRA PER MONTH
    PART TIME-FULL TIME
    (WORK AT HOME POSSIBLE
    NO SELLING
    NO SOLICITING
    NO DELIVERY
    YOUR OWN BUSINESS
    Can develop into full time
    with much higher poten-
    tial
    A refundable processing
    from S7S0 to $3000 is re-
    quired. Please do not in-
    quire if you ore not seri-
    ous about going into busi-
    ness for yourself and are
    open to new ideas. Call
    Mr. Flanninan, 947-1SSS
    ''We aim to please"
    ANGIE'S Beauty Salon
    Thanksgiving Special
    with this ad
    PROTEIN M1M
    PERMANENT WAVE *lZrnpielt BGS0
    announcing SUSIE formerly ol W. Dixie Beauty Salon
    has joined our stall
    Vl PRICE SALE ON ALL HAIR GOODS \.
    H,-Si,ltd Hull to Serre ttu
    Coffee Served *' ** '
    497 NE. 167 St. 651-680 I or 65 1-2422
    DEERBORNESCHOOL
    Founded 1951
    ACCREDITED BY THE SOUTHERN
    ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
    CREDITS ACCEPTED BY ALL OTHER ACCREDITED
    SCHOOLS ANO COLLEGES
    TRANSPORTATION READING Cl'N
    PRESCHOOL GRADES 1 thru 12
    311 SEVILLA AVE., CORAL GABLES 444-4862
    .


    Page 12-B
    vJewisli ncridiaun
    Friday, November lg]
    Tropical Park Begins
    40th Season Saturday
    Tropical Park opens Saturday
    for its 40th anniversary season;
    the 49Klay,.ieet, featuring races
    Mondays through Saturdays at
    1:15 p.m., will continue through
    Jan. 15.
    This season will mark the intro-
    duction of the "trifecta" which
    requires the player to forecast in
    piecise order the one, two, three
    finish of the final race on each
    day's program. In addition to the
    trifecta. Tropical Park will offer
    the traditional daily double on
    the first two races and five regu-
    lar perfectas on the third through
    seventh races.
    HAY A LEV ANON
    YCHUDAH LEVANON
    Temple Begins Third
    Annual 4CCC Program
    Temple Beth Sholom!i third an-
    nual Coffee. Culture and Conver-
    sation program will begin Sunday
    at 10:30 a.m., in the auditorium,
    4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach,
    according to an announcement
    made by James S. Knopke, the
    temple's C.C.C. chairman.
    "As has been our custom, this
    event will begin with our 'Israeli-
    in-Residence' program," said Mr.
    Knopke. 'This year, our Israeli-
    in-Rcsitlence is Yehuda Levanon
    who will begin his .Sunday morn-
    ing lecture series with A Profile
    of a Sabra A Personal Story
    Combined with the Story of Jeru-
    salem, Birthplace of Yehuda Lev-
    anon and Capital of Israel.'
    "Mr. Levanon's I Iographj
    like a novel hi Is a soldier, ;i
    teachei. and en1 official
    who is at present with the Train-
    ing Department of the Civil Serv-
    ice Cor m In Israel," Mr.
    Knopke contin
    Levanon and his wife ''
    y,, m ill I e guests of out c tloi mth. It is through oiu
    itual leader, Dr. Leon Kronish,
    who visits Israel at least once a
    year, that this Israeli-In-Resi-
    denc nil was Initiated. It
    has met with acclaim in our com-
    munity and is now I sing emulated
    by other synagogues throughout
    the country."
    The Sunday morning programs,
    which are open to the general
    NOW OPEN
    THt GLASS
    HOUSE
    Sle and Service
    All tvp ot Glaif
    and Sceen
    Custom Mirror work
    in your home.
    FREE Dejign and Ettimati
    FAST SERVICE
    16932 So. Dixie H*v.
    (Diagonally opposite
    Pot Office)
    232 2534
    1000 LINCOLN ROAD
    Tired of paying seven or eight dol-
    lars per square ft. plus parking?
    Try this mall location with ample
    municipal parking for about half
    that rate. Price includes elevator
    and air conditioned service, plus
    complete office building services
    in this solid AAA sprinklered build-
    ing.
    JACK THOMAS Inc.
    REALTOR
    1325 Biscayne- 358-5511
    16th Year
    JERO MAGON
    School of Fine Art
    235 Lincoln Road Suite 304
    MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33139
    Entrance on James Avenue
    SCHOOL PHONE: 531-3616
    RESIDENCE: 532-0410
    public at a nominal charge, are
    subsidized by Beth S h o 1 o m s
    Brotherhood of which Martin
    J. Steiner is president.
    Arlen House Ladies' Team
    Makes Gifts For Children
    When Sylvia Einhorn. art di-
    rector of the Arlen Houses, set up
    classes in knitting and beading for
    the residents recently. Mrs. Rose
    ' Boltuch. teacher of the beading
    class, decided to donate all monies
    I collected from her students to a
    project aimed at bringing some
    1 joy into the lives of the small pa-
    tients at Variety Children's Hos-
    ; pital.
    Mrs Boltuch purchased wool,
    and Mrs. Merle Wolf knitted wool-
    en dolls; Mrs. Molly Masin has
    crocheted outfits for the dolls,
    also using wool. The articles will
    be used as gifts for youngsters
    confined at the hospital.
    Friends Help Dr. Wolfso,
    Celebrate 90th Birlhda
    Dr. Abraham Wolf son, the "Sage
    of MiamTBeach'' will celebrate his
    90th birthday with friends from
    the B"nai B'rith 1591 Lodge at tho
    Algiers Hotel, Tuesday noon.
    Helping in the celebration will
    be the members of the Spinoza
    Forum, founded by Dr. Wolfson in
    1935 which meets weekly through-
    out the year at the Washington
    Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
    tion.
    Dr. Wolfson, author of "How to
    Live 100 Years Happily," "The
    Wisdom of Spinoza." "Spinoza, a
    Life of Reason." and numerous
    magazine and newspaper articles,
    was born in Lithuania. He studied
    for six years under Reb Chaim
    Soloveichik in Ye&hiva and after
    graduating from New York Uni-
    versity practiced dentistry for
    some 35 years.
    A weekly newscaster at the
    | Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
    meeting each Tuesday, he hasn't
    :m--' d a meeting of the Beach
    Luncheon Club for 15 years. He
    is also a life member of the Lodge.
    An attendance of more than 503
    ; is expected at the Algiers Hotel
    (event. The doctor, who will be fea-
    tured as the main speaker, will ex-
    pound on the secrets of living hap-
    pily for 100 years. A great tribute
    will be paid on this occasion to a
    man who has made a significant
    y
    contribution tojhe culture J
    ami Beach in particular J
    Southern Florida area in*1
    Irving Schatzman is
    ments chairman; Gershon k
    Moe Reiffen, Lod;-e pr^'idJl
    Samuel Pascoe. Florida gM
    sociation president. B'nai
    Lodges, and officers of the I
    Forum are cochairmen.
    In Local Wometco
    "Play Misty For |fe,i
    Wometco's Miami, Mirac
    St.. Carlyle, 27th Ave,
    Hallandale and i laza -.head
    day. "Railway Children^
    Friday at the pat o, Twin;
    Palm Springs. "Fit st
    Friday at the M <
    Parkway Theatet The ConJ^
    170th St., Riviera, North*
    Beach and Gold Glada ..]
    micro >,:. -- : stsaalT
    dren" Wedni -
    EASY METHOD
    PIANO LESSONS
    Rapid Progress. Reasonable I
    Expert Teacher. In your kwj
    oar studio.
    Call 861-4400 9 to 1 p.j
    BUY FACTORY DIRECT and SAVE
    REPLACE YOUR WORN OUT WINDOWS
    ^ornii hiTi# aluminum
    Kenneth Rosen and his wife,
    Pat, will host a reception at their
    home, 4730 Santa Maria, Coral
    Gables, Sunday evening fo:
    those serving on the committee
    ot ho.-ls for the Dec. 5, Temple
    Israel Dinnci of State. The Ro-
    sens are chairmen of the com-
    r.-.ittee cf hosts for the dinner,
    at which the State cf Israel Sha-
    lom Award will be conferred up
    en Stanley and Joanne Tate.
    IS YR. FACTORY GUARANTEE
    ENCLOSE
    {SECURITY .*
    H ALL TYPES of DOORS Wood or Metal
    WE MANUFACTURE WHAT WE SELL
    INSTALL WHAT WE SELL SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
    ASK FOR THESE SECURITY FEATURES
    l.Jf 11.3'
    DOUBLE STRENGTH GLASS
    DOUBLE LOCKING EVERY VENT
    DOUBLE STRENGTH SCREENS
    YOUR Screen patio or DOUBLE LOCKING EVERY VENT
    ?!CJ? INTO A BEAUTIF"L DOUBLE STRENGTH SCREENS
    FLORIDA ROOM.
    Call 823-3312 SECURITY ALUMINUM WINDOWS
    broward call collect 1687 W. 32nd Place Hialeah. Florida -huncicmu.'jh
    BUY FROM THE
    FACTORY AND SAVE !
    CUSTOM MADE BARS BREAKFAST NOOK
    BEDROOM ENSEMBLES
    NO FANCY SHOWROOM JUST LOW LOW PRICES
    COMPLETE KING
    SIZE WATER BED
    ENSEMBLE
    OPEN DAILY
    MON. SAT.
    8 AM TO 6 PM
    c^
    239
    95
    COMPLETE
    FREE
    DELIVERY
    Price Includes:
    6'x7' King Size Waterbed, foam rubber or styro-
    foam bean matress and box frame.
    2 Bedside Stands with planter bins
    Full size headboard bookcase with three shelves
    Beautiful plush fur spread
    Entire set, box frame, headboard, bed stands, all
    fully upholstered with fur, vinyl or naugahyde
    with a wide selection of colors.
    WORLD MANUFACTURING
    5907 S.W. 69th St. .Behind so. 666-8785
    _________Meui Post Office wnr" J
    asSSj
    COMPLETE FRONT & BACK BAR
    WITH GAMING ROULETTE WHEEL
    8( FOUR STOOLS *m *mnc
    188
    BREAKFAST
    NOOKS CUSTOM
    MADE
    $16500
    UP
    WATER BED. BOX FRAME. BED STANDS,
    BOOKCASE HEADBOARD Tl'Z^ *
    ? cut
    8950


    November 19, 1971
    fJewist Fhrknan
    Page 13-B
    ,^*^*A^A**A"#A**'W'U^"***AmA^*/AmAa^^p**w*W*W*W*W*W*
    Ok
    1W%*W\s*l * "i i >, \ \, \i WiyrWU>'
    i II 1 f I ri.___i /
    /A^W^^v'WW^-AtArf'WW'w
    (aren Monose
    Tony B/onk
    Heidi Rosenberg
    in Gadon Steven Ge/ler Steven Ko/fbaum Robert Kaplan
    KAREN MONUSE
    ii. the daughter of Mr. and
    Irold Monuse, 2345 NE 201st
    become a Bat Mitzvah
    the late Friday evening
    p. Nov. 19, at Beth Torah
    Ration,
    is a member of the fifth
    fclass at Beth Torah Harold
    ieligious School where she
    Bnor roll student. An eighth
    Itudont at John F. Kennedy
    [High School, she paints and
    Tie piano.
    knd Mrs. Monuse will spon-
    (Oneg Shabbat following the
    k. Helping Karen celebrate
    | her maternal grandmother,
    etty O. Cohen and her pa-
    :randparents, Mr. and Mrs.
    lonuse.
    & -to -it
    tKStmOa OADON
    nin, the son of Mr. and
    b';is Gadon. 1516 SVV 18th
    become a Bar Mitzvah at
    fci\ id Congregation, Satur-
    bv. 20.
    Sar Mitzvah will bo the "Bal
    of sections of the Shabbat
    He will also chant the
    ki'l Haftorah portion of the
    i ill give a summary of
    \ i Maiachi and of I
    ." in Hebrew and
    i in is a .student at thi
    i my of Greater Mi-
    > he Is in the eighth
    in his honor will bo
    his pa-cuts in Both
    S lor Hall.
    the out-of-town guests
    [Benjamin's aunt and uncle.
    Mrs. Arthur Sharf and
    i, Gerald; his aunt, Miss I
    |Kolodny of New York; Mr.
    Oscar Kaplan of Linden,
    and Mrs. Harry Levin-
    Mrs. Irving Steinbaum
    York; Dr. Joseph J. Hur-
    | Revere, Mass.; Mrs. Joseph
    or of Jacksonville; Mr. and
    lartin Lebowitz of Black-
    [Ca. Mr. Lebowitz is the
    pt of Waycross, Ga., Hebrew
    -tfr
    ONATHAN IdltlHV
    Ithan Matthew, son of Mr.
    fs Sidney Fordin of Hallan-
    rill l>e called to the Torah as
    Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 20,
    nple Beth El in Hollywood.
    |than is a student at the
    ehool in Miami, where he is
    eighth grade.
    Its will include his maternal
    |arent8, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
    Golden Beach, his pa-
    iirandmother, Mrs. Goldie
    "i Miami Beach, Mr. and
    nee Fordin, Mr. and
    Herbert Fordin of Brooklyn,
    M and Mrs. Richard Kor-
    I Hewlett, L.I., and Mr. and
    pteven Mittleman of Atlan-
    fch, N.J,
    if i"r
    s"-VI \ KALTBAIM
    1 -'>n of Mr. and Mrs.
    itoaum, 17001 NE 9th
    "II celebrate his Bar Mitz-
    vah at Beth Torah Congregation,
    Saturday morning, Nov. 20.
    Steven is an eighth grade stu-
    dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
    High School, and in the Torah
    class of the Beth Torah Harold
    Wolk Religious School.
    Mr. and Mrs. Kaltbaum will
    sponsor the Kiddush in Steven's
    honor. Guests will include his ma-
    ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
    Philip Kleinberg, and his paternal
    grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Aron
    Kaltbaum of Brooklyn.
    a a &
    FRED WEINBERG
    Fred, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Monroe Weinberg, will be called
    to the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah,
    Saturday, Nov. 20 at Temple Tife-
    reth Israel.
    Fred is an eighth grade student
    at John F. Kennedy Junior High
    School.
    Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg will host
    a Kid'.liLsh after the morning serv-
    ices, and a reception and supper
    party at their home Saturday
    night. Honored guests will be the
    maternal grandparents, Mr. and
    .Mrs. Sydney Pearlman of Ft.
    Lauderdale and the paternal
    grandmother, Mrs. Anna Perlman
    il Miami Beach.
    Fred's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
    Mrs. Alan l'. Rosenthal, and their
    children, Erica and Mai hew, of
    Tar/ana. Calif., his great aunt,
    Mrs. Leila Raines, and cousin Jud-
    ith Car]), will also help him cele-
    brate.
    ft ft ft
    BARRY WERTHEIMER
    Barry Wertheimer will be called
    to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
    Saturday. Nov. 20, at Beth Torah
    Congregation.
    Barry, the son of Mrs. Bernice
    Wertheimer and Fred Wertheim-
    er, is a member of the Hebrew
    High School Department of Beth
    Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
    School and received the Sol Slater
    Award in Hebrew School. An
    eighth grade student at the John
    F. Kennedy Junior High School,
    Barry is president of the JFK
    Honor Society. He was the recipi-
    ent of the Scholarship Medal at
    Sabal Palm Elementary School.
    A reception and luncheon in
    Barry's honor will follow the serv-
    ices. Guests will include his grand-
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Suss-
    man of Hollywood and Mr. and
    Mrs. Charles Wertheimer of Mi-
    ami Beach.
    ft ft ft
    ROBERT GOODRICH
    On Saturday morning, Nov. 20,
    in the main sanctuary of Temple
    Ner Tamid, Robert F. Goodrich.
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
    Goodrich will celebrate his Bar
    Mitzvah.
    Robert is a student at Nautilus
    Junior High School and attends
    Ner Tamid Religious School.
    A Kiddush will follow the serv-
    ices. A reception in Robert's hon-
    or will take place at the Bal-
    moral Hotel.
    ROBERT KAPLAN
    Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph Kaplan, will celebrate his
    Bar Mitzvah, Saturday, Nov. 20, at
    Temple Beth Sholom.
    Bob is an eighth grade student
    at Ida Fisher Junior High School,
    and his hobbies are coin and playing the trumpet.
    The celebrant's parents will host
    a reception and dinner in his honor,
    Saturday night at the temple. His
    paternal grandparents, Mr. and
    Mrs. Abe Kaplan of Miami and his
    maternal grandparents, Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Sir of Miami Beach, will
    be among the guests.
    Out-of-town guests will include
    his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
    David Kaplan of Brookline, Mass.,
    Dr. and Mrs. Irving Levine of New-
    ton, Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
    ley Levine of Boston.
    ft ft ft
    ELLEN WEISS
    Ellen, the daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Burton Weiss, will observe
    her Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah
    Congregation Friday night, Nov.
    19.
    Ellen is an eighth grade student
    at John F. Kennedy Junior High
    School and is in the high school
    department of Beth Torah's Har-
    old Wolk Religious School. She is
    performing with the Carmen Nappo
    Youth Symphony Sunday at North
    Miami Beach City Hall. She will
    play a double concerto.
    In Ellen's honor, her parents
    will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
    lowing the services. Guests will in-
    clude her maternal grandparents,
    Dr. and Mrs. Philip Beshany; pa-
    ternal grandmother, Mrs. Pearl
    Weiss, and her great grandmother,
    Mrs. Ida Siegel.
    ft ft ft
    STEVEN GELLER
    Steven Anthony, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Marvin Geller, 2201 SW 90th
    Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah,
    Saturday, Nov. 20, at Temple Or
    Olom.
    Steven is an eighth grade stu-
    dent at Rockway Junior High
    School and is active in the Debate
    Club and the school newspaper.
    The celebrant's parents will host
    the Oneg Shabbat and the Kiddush
    in Steven's honor. A reception and
    .'inner will take place at the Bel
    Aiic Hotel.
    Helping him celebrate will he
    his maternal great-gran Imother
    Mrs. William Rogal, hi- maternal
    ::n 11 Ait M. Wiiul. I
    an l the | dparents, !
    and Mrs. A. Buch. Other guests
    : ide Steven's granduncle and
    grandaunt, Mr. and Mrs. [sadore
    Geller and his uncle and aunt, Mr.
    and Mrs. Herbert Geller.
    ft
    HEIDI R08ENBERG
    Heidi, the daughter of Mr. and
    Mis. Carl Rosenberg, will become
    a Bat Mitzvah, Friday evening,
    Nov. 19, at Temple Menorah.
    Heidi is an eighth grade student
    at Nautilus Junior High School,
    where she serves as a Spanish
    aide.
    Following the services, a recep-
    tion honoring Heidi will be held
    at her home.
    ft ft ft
    TONY BLANK
    Tony, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Jerry Blank, will become Bar
    Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 20, at
    Temple Emanu-El.
    Tony is an eighth grade student
    at Miami Country Day School,
    where he is a member of the stu-
    dent council.
    Tony's grandparents, Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Blank and Mr. and
    Mrs. Barney Weinstock, will at-
    tend the event.
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    FURNISHINGS
    SCULPTURED METALS, CRAFTED
    WOODS, LIGHTING FIXTURES,
    FOUNTAINS, BARS, DOORS,
    FIREPLACES, ETC.
    DESIGNS
    INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
    Call us at 235-7147
    Adult Education Institute Opens At Temple Ner Tamid
    The Adult Education Institute of
    Temple Ner Tamid will include
    four morning classes on Tuesdays.
    Mrs. Naomi Price, will teach Ele-
    mentary Hebrew from 10-11 a.m.
    During the same hour, classes
    will i* held in Conversational He-
    '' ----------------------------------------------------------
    brew, under Rabbi Leon Gold-
    berger, and Haftorah Chanting,
    taught by Cantor Edward Klein.
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will teach
    an intensive biographical course
    called "Contemporary Jewish Su-
    >er Stars'. Irpqa il ajn. to^oon.
    ANNOUNCES ITS
    "DEALERS PRICES
    TO THE PUBLIC"
    SALE
    IVER 260 IMMACSUTE PRIVATELY-DRIVEN LEASE CARS
    MUST BE SOLI! ALSO, SOME LIKE-
    NEW TRAK INS! 'S7-'M-'69-'70 MODELS
    MOST CARS HAVE BALANCE OF S YR. or
    50,000 MILE FACTORY WARRANTY
    69 CHRYSLER
    Mew Worker. 4 Door Hardtop. Burgundy with
    Maroon Interior. Blark Padded Top. Full
    >ower including AM-FM Stereo Radio, 6 way
    sower s*a*. Tilt & Telescopic wheel. Stereo
    r^n and power antennae. One driver. Low'
    "RICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
    PRICE^FO
    '69 MARQUIS 4 DR.
    Hiii Top. Ivy Vi-iiuw. Dark Green leather In
    lrior. BUck Padded Top. Full Power mclud
    ing Elect. WinJows. Low miles. 1 driver
    Trades Accepted.
    SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS
    69 PONTIAC
    ?un.ieville. Lime. Dark Green Interior.
    ,'.i.l.l' (I Top. Full Power, Window and Seals.
    LOW MILES. I DMVER. Economically priced
    52195
    1 '69 OLDS 98
    ^\ixury Sedan. Cold-Matching Gold Interior.
    1 i k padded top. Power window;. way
    seat, full power. Low Miles. 1 Driver, Trades
    Accepted.
    SAVt HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS
    70 FORD WAGON
    STATION WAGON. Blue with Matching Blue
    Interior. Auto Trans.. Power Steering, Power
    Brakes. Factory Air Conditioned. One Driver.
    Low Miles. Trades accepted. Like New
    VACATION PRICED
    70 IMPALA CUSTOM
    .' t > H i '. T Dar* Blue. Sandlewood In.
    te i : i Top. Auto Trans. P
    Si enny .: tirakes, factory i r Severn
    /er, Low M ,.
    PRICED rOH UL iCK SALE
    70 VOLKSWAGOR
    2 Door Sedan White with leatherette Interior.
    Standard shift, Radio. Heater and underroat-
    ed. Low Miles. One Driver. Perfect Second
    Car.
    ECONOMICALLY PRICED
    1
    I second
    1495,
    69 RIVERIA BUICK
    ( u; -. Onyx B ark. White, All Vinyl Bench
    1 itrrior Power Steering. Power Disk Brakes
    0 way seats. Tilt Wheel, Factory Air. I Driver
    Low Miles. LIKE NEW

    C"K|e. Birk Brown Leather Interior. Beige
    Vinyl Top. Fully equipped AM-FM stereo
    radio. Cruise Control. Power Door Locks, pow-
    - windows 1 Driver, Low Miles. Bank
    f rnneing. Trades Accepted.
    SWF HUNDREDS C. F DOLLARS
    69 CADDY CONV.
    O- i'i". Dark Brown Leather Interior. Fully.
    Et|Uipp*(f. Including AM-FM Stereo radio
    ,ind Cruise Control t Driver. LoLw Miles.
    Priced lor immediate Sale.

    3695i
    BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
    TRADE INS
    ACCCPTCQ
    Tmr
    GUARANTEE
    BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE
    LEASING
    1545 ALTON RD., MIAMI BEACH
    DADE BROWARD
    532-5421 525-9300


    Page 14-B
    *Jewi&n*r**an
    Friday. November
    LEGAL NOTKE
    IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 71-20640
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    IN RE: Th. marriage "i
    Lank hacia,
    Uushaml.
    and
    iSEM A It 11" E II VIA
    Wife.
    Hi SE.MAK1E K HACIA
    c O LOUlS '"luis.-o
    - ;! luth Avenue
    Itrnokl) n. Ni-vi York
    fou an u.-tif i.-.l thai a PetltlOl
    < Dissolution of Marriage has beet
    v.l against yoq and you are re-
    ,,i -.. lervi ropy youi An
    - ,-.l or Pleading i" the Petition in
    Husband's attorney, HKN'Kl
    N iRTON I4M Blscayne Building
    ami, Florida 13130. and (lie tin
    iginal Answer Pleading in ti
    of (he Clerk of the abovi
    . um. on or before December I, l*T1
    you Call to do no. Judgment by
    fault will be taken against you
    the relief demanded in the Petl-
    DONE AND ORDERED lhls Wtr
    v ..i i >, tober, '.''"
    E I: LEATHERMAN.
    l ide uni >. Florida
    Clerk of the 'n. uit 'ourt
    B] C P 11 'PE1 AM)
    Deputy Clerk
    nil Court Si .
    16 .". li S-I2-H
    LEGAL NOTKE
    LEGAL NOTKI
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEKEEI OIVBN that
    the uiul. rsigned, dealring t" engagi
    In Business under Ihe fk-Utloua name
    of REGAL HOl'SHWARBS at Miami.
    ll.ii.i.. mi. mis in register said name
    M-nh th.- Clark of the I'iivuii Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    t.OBERT I. DAHNE
    n :.-i--r.'--'.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    . THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    71-20730
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HKI RABKIN,
    alnttff
    .- \M RABKIN. a I. .1
    S \.MAI Ml RAUKIN
    SAM RABKI.N
    c o Teieh
    S 1-0I 'Alh A\ '.ii.-
    Bayoide, Queens, N.-u Vork
    You. SAM RABKIN, nre hereby
    lifted th.it a Petition for Dataolu-
    in ol Marriage baa bean filed
    igainat y.iu. and you are required
    serve a copy of your Answer oi
    leading to the Petition on the Plain-
    tlffd attorney, CAJDIN, ROTHEN-
    ERO. KOGAS it KOR.VBI.CM '
    i Mil Avenue, Ninth Miami
    each, Florida 33162 and file th.- 1
    ginal Answer or Pleading In the
    fnce nf die Clark "1 urt i n r before th. :: day ember, l:7T. if you fall to da so,
    udgment bj default will be taken
    trains! you lor the i.'li.'f d. iu.ul.i-ii
    ,- th.- Petition.
    ThU notice shall published once
    i-h weak for foui consecutive week*
    THE JEWISH I'l.i 'HUMAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
    rnl., thin 87 'lay nf kM All ls71
    E Et LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    'ircufl Court, iKole County, Florida
    By: C. P COPB1 avii
    Deputy t'lerk
    inuit Court S.-ali
    CAIDl.N. ROTHENBEKO KOGAN A
    KoIt.NIll AM
    I71M N K. 13th Avenue
    North Miami Beach, Florida S3 IK
    torneya for Plaintiff
    in 39 n 3-13-lt
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN ANO FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 71-14825
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    In RE The Marriage i M
    ANT' iNIi i i IK" >R< !ES, husband
    and JEAN (ll 'ROES, wife
    in: j kan t;i:t >K< ;i:s
    1 It Baal Ivnd Si
    Rrookl; n, Nea Voi k U:'"::
    VOI ARE HEREBY notified that
    M Dissolution of Marriage ha- been
    filed against you, and you are here-
    by required to nerve n eot> of youi
    answer or other pleading t" the
    Petition on the Husband's attorney,
    LESTER RiHlERS, whos,- addreaa Is
    it:,4 NW. 17th Avenue, Miami, Floe-
    135, ami file the original with
    the Clerk "f the above styled Coari
    mi or before the i dnj of i
    her. 1371, or a Default "ill be en-
    tered against you
    DATED this "lay "f November,
    1971.
    E l! RATHERM ^ X
    Clerk of Cli u ii 'ourt
    I'.Y i l' i-i il'KI.ANl i
    ii 'in uit Court Seal >
    ll 5-12-1!
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4785
    (FRANK B. DOWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    hi RE! Estate "1
    I All H MM.I.Kit
    Deceased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claim* i.i- D. mauds Against Balu
    Estate: .
    You are hereb} notified anil re-
    quired i" present any claims and de-
    mands which you ma) have asnulnsi
    tht estate of JACOB Ml 1.1-Bit de-
    ceased late of Dadc County, Florida.
    :.. the Count) Ju lg< ul Dad. Coun-
    ty, and file the same In duplicate
    ,,'n.l as pi ..wile,! in Be.
    Klori.la Statutes, in then- offices In
    ihe Count) Courthouse lu Dade coun-
    ty, Fnrida, within six ralendar
    months from the time f the flrsl
    ouhllcation hereof, or th* same "ill
    be ........-.i.
    Dated at Miami. Ftorioa, this vth
    S'ovembi i. ah 1971
    i I A1RE SARANGA
    A- Exi i utrix
    First Publication of thi notice on
    i>\. 19th day of Nov 1971
    JiiSICI'H SCHMIER
    Atioi n.v for Estate
    ,. .. i ini i Itoad, Miami Beach, Fla.
    11 r.'-.i. :-' .-I"
    LE6AL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NuTi.i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ihi undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    ' P\'\f I'tTin RtR PACKAOE
    STORE .it 1316 N.W" rrth Avenue,
    Miami. Florida Intend to reaistei said
    name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit
    I uutl '> i '.''!'- "im, I lorei...
    RICHARD Kt'l A
    MORTON XCHWAlri'Z
    SANFl RD II KR \MCI1
    Attorn.> for l^i.-hanl Kulla and
    Morton Bchu arts
    11 IJ-19-JS 13-3
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4017 (Dowling)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    ! RE: Bstate of
    '..M't: ll LEVINE
    Daoeaaad
    T ah Creditors and All Persona Haw-
    g Cla ms oi Demands Against Haul
    You are herel.y notifi.-U an iiired present any claims and de-
    ,n'ls whi. h you ma\ nave itgJainst
    he esl it. o| j. tsEPH II LEVINE
    ..-. I i.it. if Dade Count)', Kl..r-
    .i. to The Cosjnty JuiIk.-- of Dade
    i ounty, and file th.- same in iiuph.-ai*
    i.i as provided In Hactton T::, i.
    Florida Statutes iii their offices Ii
    - Couuty Courthousa fn Dade Couii-
    . Flor ila. within s,\ calendar monthf
    .'in the. time of the first publication
    reof, or the same will h.- barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 25
    '. y of Netober, A I' ll'Tl
    ROSE i: LEVINE
    As Rate* atri.y
    First publication of this i
    . j'1 day of i i.-toi.ei. 1971.
    1RALD BILVERMAN
    ttorn.-y for Bxei uti \
    . Robarte Building, MI
    in ju ii
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N'OTICK IS HEKEBY GUTCX thai
    the tmdlarsfgnad, desiring to engage, in
    business under ih- fictitious name of
    ARMAS BROTHERS PAINTING
    COMPANY at ::::" NU 23rd Ave-
    iiu-'. Miami. Fig intend to register
    said nam.- with the Clerk of ih. Cir-
    cuit Court oi Dade County, Florida.
    ROrXKR ARM \s
    ORESTE I". MIMAS
    11 '13-19-16 13-3
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLOHIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-43M
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Batata "f
    KAMI i:i. WKl.l.lSCH
    1 lee.-.ise.l
    T.. All Creditors and All Persons Bar-
    ing claims or I ?.mauds Against Hal I
    Estate:
    You ar.. hereby notified and re-
    I quired to presvnl an) claims and de-
    mands which you ma) have agah --'
    ill.- .stale of BAMI'Kf. WEI WH
    decaasad late of Dade County. Flor-
    id.,, to the County Judges of Dud
    i'
    and file the same in dupli- '" K1": I'M'"' "f
    ivid.d in Se.tioi, ;:: !'.i:ATl:K'K I-'ISK
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION 71-22070
    SUIT FOK DIVORCE
    In RE: The .Man lug< i
    El.l< Gi iNZAl.l.'X Husband
    ;u .
    EDl'ARD \ GONZALEZ. W .
    TO RDL'AKDA GONZALEZ
    I.. lence i 'nknou n
    Vi u, Kl H'ARI 'A : 'NZA I l-:z. are
    hareb; notified that a Bill of Com-
    ,ilninl for Divon hi bean filed
    igninst you, and you nre required to
    serve a pop) of your Answer..' Plead-
    ng i" the iiiii of Comolalnl on the
    attorney, SEYMOUR M
    I IT.MAN. U"l West Kl.l(ll-l St le.l
    Miami, Florida, ::".'.:". Ph.....<-
    1X1 ] and til.- th. original Answer or
    Pleading in th.- office ol llie Clerk nf
    the Circuit Curt on oi before the
    L'.trd day of December, 1971 ff you
    fail to do so. judgment by default
    ulll be tak.n against eon for the
    relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
    plaint.
    This not ire shall be published once
    each weak for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH Fl olIIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    l'i...-i.t. this I'Jili day of November
    A n 1971
    K li I EA THERM AN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Dad.- Con itv. Florida
    B) C P COPE1 AND
    I". -.inv Cl.rk
    icirvuit court Sean
    sC.YMi il'l* M I.ITM AN
    M"i Weal Plagler Sire.-t
    Miami. Florida 3::'::".
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    Phone: G4S-4811
    li i-^'i; ii* J-10
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-3830
    (ARTHUR W PRIMM'i
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO. 71-21110
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN" re the
    RMtrriage of
    ItAYMoND PERKINS, Musi.and
    ami
    IM Til PERKINS, Wife
    re RITH PERKINS
    1"! -, I *Vl in. i BlVd
    HolllS, Queens
    N.v, lurs
    YOU RUTH PERKINS are hereby
    ii.....i.-.l thai a Petition <: Dissolu-
    tion ot Marriage has i.een Bled against
    you, uiul you are raujuirau to serve
    ", ,,.,.> ,.f your Answer or Pleading to
    in. liill of Complaint on the Putin-
    I i attorney, MYRON B. BERMAN,
    ESliUIRE, 21X5 Blscayne i- uie\a..i.
    Miami, Florida :!"l*T. and tie the
    original Ans.r or Pleading lu the
    , of tin Clerk of the Cireiiii
    Court on or before day ol Decem-
    ber, 1971. If >"U fail t" do so. ju.iK-
    ni. m b) default will he tak.n against
    you for the rellel demanded In Ihe
    Hill of Complaint.
    This notice shall he published once
    each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.OIHDIAN
    DONE AND oKDKHKD at Miami.
    Florida, this I da) "f November, A D.
    ". 71
    i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    t 'ircttll 'ourt
    Dade County, Florida
    By O. M. W< m iDAKD
    Deput) Clerk
    (Circuit Court s.aii
    ii s-i:-i-2<
    1E6AL HOTKt
    CONSTRUCTIVE SFBi,,.-
    tNO PHOPERTv, Ct
    IN TMI CIKCUIT COURT a.
    ELEVENTH JUorci*, \"^
    OF FLORIDA. IN ANo'sna,
    ,N .J3ffiara
    i .n r.r, i in- Marn.ie.. i,
    JOHN .1 Ci ni.NKV
    and
    I." IRRAINE ii ii i\|'v
    TO: LORRAINE COOXKy
    lt'i Louusl I.in,
    ays Landing, n, j,.r..
    YOU ARK HERBUV MvJ
    that an action f,.i i, ,''*.
    "frhure has I..... ::.''^*>]
    and >..u are required
    copy ol your written i..i,.,..vn'1
    to it ,.n IRVING i; i.i
    for Petition,.,. wh,,
    Bis- a> ne Building,
    iUu
    Wait
    i-:
    ate and as pr.
    16, Florida Statutes, in t.'-.-ir 0ffU''
    In the County Courthouse in Dgdi
    County, Florida, within si< calendar
    months from th. time of the fii-i
    publication hereof, or the sain, will
    be I...1 i.-.l.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this tnd
    day of November, A l> 1971.
    K'I'liT WEI 1 ISCM
    R08E BCHREIDEI.I.
    As Rxecutora
    First publication ol tins notice on
    the U'th day November 1971
    KIltT WF.I.I isci:
    Atlorne) for Kurt Welllsch ,n\'\
    It,.., Schreidell
    i 'o-E i-ui'irs
    '67 Almerla Avenue
    Coral Gables, Florida
    I
    li l_'-1:
    -211 !::-::
    oi
    S-1I-1!
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS IH'.I i:r. 1 GIVEN that
    .- undersigned, desit
    I ll- >i. tttloi
    . IRBARA FASHIONS .: 7740 N'.Vt'
    'li Avenue, Medh > Fli
    register said na mi ,'lth he Clerk
    th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
    ELBA nit.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    . |] derslg lle lo el
    usiness under the (, name of
    Minl.K DONIN al :' NE Street
    Miami, Florida Intenda to regtstei said
    ami be 'l.-rk i the i 'Iri u:'
    ' ..urt of 1 ':oi.- Cow fy, Florida
    I IRRAINE I" ININ
    i-:. iNARD sissii \ v
    nh I i..iiin
    . 1 Bis) a) ne Bulldln r, tfiaml
    11 12-19-26 12-3
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE LB HEREBY OIVEN that
    , uii'lervi(fiied. desirmc to eiunuge
    i buf PMSJ under the fictitious name
    PINOCCHICS I'ZZI al -">'' Itird
    venue. Miami. Florida intends to
    -cisi.-r said nam.- with th. "l.-rk of
    . uit Court of I 'i.d.- Count).
    Florida
    JOAQUIN ci>r.r-\c, \
    i, 13-13-31 12-::
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY c.ivkn that
    undufsigned, ''e- rtnn to envnae in
    business under the fit llllisaa names of
    lAllCOT COMPANY and MAHl HI
    LIMITED at 111 X K 2nd Avenue,
    Miami, Florida intend to reKi-'-t.-r said
    antes with th.- Clerk of the Circuit
    ourt of Dad.- County, Florida.
    SHAH JANAK N -......
    1112-11' '
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-21552
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    IN RE THE MARRIAOE "K
    CLYDE RUSSELL, JU Hush.....I
    and
    TERRY ANN Rl'SSELI. w .1.
    TO: i YDE RUSSELL. .11:
    "II" Battery. 7th I:
    2l '1 ai tlllei v
    A P I >, :
    Ser No I1.17IKI
    Von CI YDE IM'SSin.l.. .11: ar.
    ii'.iifie.l thai a Petition for
    ni Ion of Marriage hai bei n
    niad agalnal >"U. and you are re-
    (|Uii d : -. i. a opjr of youi An-
    -"..-i "i Pleading to th.- Petiti
    P< Hot > attorney
    1>., eased
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims, or Demands Against Said
    l:.- i lei
    You are hemuy notified and re-
    (|Uired to present any lainis and de-
    iiuuids wliieli you tn.i> have sjjalnst
    Hi. estate of BEATRR'E FISK de-
    ceased late of i'niward County. Flor-
    ida, i.i tin- Count) Judges >( Dude
    Count), and file th. same in du .!
    ate and as provMad in Sectioi :
    ih. Florula Statutes, in their offices ..
    the County Courthouse In Dad. l.'out
    ly. Florida. wiilun si\ calendai
    i months from the lime of th.- first
    publication hereof .-i Ihe same will
    1 red.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this
    da) of i toiler, Mi '
    S STANLEY U. MYERS
    As Administrator
    First publication of tiiis notice i
    day of Novembt i IM
    MYKRS, KAl'l AN. PORTER,
    I EVINSON ; KEN IN
    Vttorue) foi Stunle) c Myers, Adm,
    |-,i. s W 1st Bl
    Minmi, Florida
    ll :.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY UIVKN thai
    th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    K A K CUBAN Til K ai L36a NAY.
    :.".' street. Miami Florida h tend to
    register -aid nun. with the Clerk "f
    ih. Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    RAIMUNDO R C i STl-'.l I A Ni is
    1! mil Mi" .1 CASTBLLANOS
    MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
    Attorney for Ralmundo J Caatelmnoa
    and Ralmundo u Caetellanos
    11 !- IS J-10
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 71-4849
    (FRANK B. DUWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    in RE: Estate of
    CLAIItE DOKFMAN
    1.....eased
    To All i' editors and All I'.r Ol s H iv -
    iiik Claims ,.r Demands Ak. it bald
    Estate:
    inn are h.rel.y notified and re-
    Muiri-d to present any claims and de-
    mands which vim may have against
    , the estate of CLAIRE DOKFMAN
    deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    i ty. ami file the name In dupUoate
    , an.l as provided in Section 7.::: IC,
    Florida Statutes, in their nfftrea 'n
    th,- County I'uurihouse In Dade Coun-
    1 ty Florida, wuhin si\ ralendar
    m nths from the time of tl
    publication hereof, or the same will
    be baited.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this sth
    day of November, a d 13TI.
    SAMUEL s i:ni i\VN
    As Executor
    First publication i tins notice on
    the Iftth d.,v of November, 1971.
    TA1 lANiU'F AND BADER
    ] Atlorne) for Rxecutoj
    tjii l.i'uoli. Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
    11 IJ1-S6 IS. S-10
    --H
    ANDBR, ESQ.. l^ W Flafjler Street,
    Suite S17. Miami, Florida, 331 and
    file Mi- original Answer or Pleadina
    in the office of Ihe Clerk of II I
    cull '"Ui t on i i- before Ihe I7lh dn)
    ol Dec 1971 if you fail to do
    iudgment by default will be taken
    against you for the rellel di manded In
    j th.- Petition.
    This notice ahull i' published once
    each s/eefc for four consecutive n -
    In Till: JEWISH PI i >W1DI \N
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Florida, thrs -,.|. ,):1V ,.f \,.v ,\ 1 '
    i: M I.EATHHRMAN, Clerk.
    Cinuil Curl. Hade County, Florida
    K% ll M kissfi-:
    DeoM) cl.rk
    i'"i,, Uii Curt Seal)
    ll H>t>M W-l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVBN thai
    ' the undersirned. deatrhtg to aUCUeTC in
    I liuahH sa under the fl.tiiions name- ni
    LA BfiTREU \ CIIP'IIAKIMTAS
    ' A RSTREI I A MAl_\Ni;A and I A
    ESTRELLA YAUTIA CHIPS at 16
    Coagresa Hide.. Miami. Dade. Florida
    intends to register *Hld names with
    ihe Clark of the Clrouit Court of Daub
    C. .on lv Fl^'^.l.,
    THE STAR I" i.M'->'"AN PRODUCTS.
    INC
    B) Thomas R. IJerena.
    K. sidenl Agent
    in C* 11 r.12-19
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO 71-18011
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE
    Al EN- mi: MARRIAGE >F
    s.wi.l: \ tllVIDEN, Wife
    .,',.1
    .1 Will >N SCt iTT OIVIDEN,
    I lu-
    I'.i M \i:n iN SCOTT Box lul
    Snipliut. Kentucky
    Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    h ,i an action t.-i i ilssolu! lot ol
    Mai i iagc has been filed you
    uid you an required servi i.....pj
    of your nrrliten defenses, it any, lo
    it on STONE s BOSTCIIIN, attorney*
    for Petitioner, whose address is I'd
    v U 121 h At euue. Miano FIoi la.
    and :.:. the orlginaj iuli the clerk :
    he ai.ov,. sly-lad eouet on or hsfosa
    i- ember 14, I9T1: otherwise a de
    fuull will be .in.i..l agaiusi >..u for
    the rellel demanded in the cemplalnl
    or o.-i -
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND'FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    HO 71-44t
    (FRANK B DOWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITOrtS
    In RE: Estate <:
    MORRIS HORVi ITZ
    Deceased
    To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Et late:
    You are herebj notified and re-
    ui" I lo present any claims and de-
    mands uln.-li you may have against
    ate f MORRIS IH iRWITZ de-
    ceased late .f Dade County, Florida.
    lo the i 'ountj Judgea ol Dade Coun-
    ty, a id file tl.. s imi in duplli ai.
    '''1 as i,:. \ .,i..i s,., i |on 7:::: 1 -.
    Florida Statutes, In their offices In
    I n 11- houat In i >ade Coui -
    Florida, a Ithln s,\ calendar
    from the time of ihe first
    ublcat hereof, or th. same n ill
    i,..I
    Bated at Miami Florida, this 9th
    da) ol Novel \ i i'.;i
    I' INNIE Hi IRV1 ITZ
    \- I-. ii i \
    First puh r this noth on
    'Ih d. I \- -.. ml., r. 1971.
    EEV V\ KK1 \N
    Vttorni Horn itx
    i Ave., Miami Bch, Fla
    11 19-W IS J-10
    Street, Miami. Floridu -
    ihe oi-imnal will, ,| ,. ,....;,*
    above styled i-oun ,. ,.r ,,* 0l
    la. 1371; otherwise :. defaah^al
    ii..ie.1 against >..u ,f,r \Jf*i
    manded in the i i.mpl not .,r 7?"
    This notice -;,.,:: ... uhuss1'!'"
    each week for (CUI .!. u 7
    iii THE JEW ISM ii.i.KIiiiAv
    WITNESS my hand and-
    of sa.d ...urt at M-arn, in
    this 1 daj of Nov 1971 '
    F. B. UBATHKRMAN
    As I lerk, Cir. u .,,
    Dad,- County, Ftorkh
    By: K M K ssek
    As Deputy Clerk
    (1 ir.uit 1 ourt S
    Dl'NN and Ji ill \>, ,
    116 Bus ..j a. Ilu
    Miami. Florida
    Attorneys tot Pel
    ______ li :..:-..!
    IN THE COUNTY ^ L OCES COUU
    IN AND FOK DAOt OwMil
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE I
    No. H.47J2
    NOTICE TO CHEOIT0R5
    In RE: Batata
    RVlNtl A \ii:i EKSti.N
    1 >e'e., *...|
    'i .. All Creditors ai -. I I j
    Ing Claims or Bern ]
    l.-laie:
    Vu are hereto fled ,m|
    MUll'e.1 lo pleseol .,: ..,.111.^1
    loan.Is M hull yog 111.1 > halt j
    ill.- late oi lRvi.Ni; a H
    SI l.N, de. eased Istl
    Florida, lo the Count) JuilpJ
    I i.ol. i lounly, ai 'i the >a|
    duplh ai.- and a-
    733 IG, FIoi id.. Stal u a il
    rices in the Count) -u"v.-jl
    i lade Count). F: J
    calendar uentha from \\
    the first puhui ll
    aama w ill be barred
    Dated .it Miami
    day ol November, A :
    HAKK1 1! SMITH
    Id .SE i'a K ID.V1AX
    As T".\-
    First puhliration ..: th
    I the :.ih day ( N,v n
    SMITH. MANDLEH SMITH*
    PARKER
    Allot in > s for Bsei ll
    107 i.io.'oln Road
    .Miami Beach, FIoi
    NOTICE UNOER'
    FICTITIOUS Nt LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY INTBI
    the undersign..!, de* i-' I"
    husines.s und. r ih.- :itit.un ruiagL
    ''"-,' OASIS AIR CONDITH'X1X0 INCH
    771 8.W UUl Ave., Mum.. KiB
    tend lo resri^ter s-( ,..,mr ni'lBJ
    Clerk of the Circuit Court .' lflj
    County, Florida
    ROBERT SI' tltia
    illil.t SI'AKEZ
    RAM!i.N FERNAMHB I
    11 S-U-IlT^
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i
    Ni iTICE is ii i: i. %
    the undersigned la m*
    business und.-r the "U'-
    CASIANO RESTAI IIANT
    Ml-'.NT ut 1 S \\ Avrnurl
    ami. Florida intend rrfuttfl
    imnie Kith the
    < "oui I of Dad.- i '..ii.". '' """Li ..
    FLORIDA Ct>l KK SilOf \
    REM< IDELIN' IN'1'-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HERE! I :Iv fc.?
    Hi- nndershjmed, di -
    business ui di i the '
    INTERK IRS I'NLIMiTEI' :'"I
    raora Way, Coral ''
    tends to n gisK
    I .......I ll I url '
    Count). Florida M
    INTERK HIS i'N : dlTKl +A
    la p. -. Kl
    Kl'RT W EI.I.IS'll |
    Allot i.i > i"i l
    NOTICE L.N0ER
    FICTITIOUS NAt LAW
    NOTICE IS HER
    Ihe u
    business und,
    ., I'niTl \i: '
    S W ".lil Street til -"'"
    Ida Intenda lu
    uilh the Cli J
    . 11 le '' nntj
    RICAIUIO DE i
    | .**
    |R
    In RE
    N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No 71-4513
    ARTHUR W PR'MMi
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN'i.....t
    CHARLES POLLACK
    He,-.'IIS,-,|
    To All Cradttora and \n Persona Hav-
    ing Claims i.r Demands Agalnal Said
    Kstati
    v. a ar.- hereby notified and
    i t.. iii.-,iii any claims and
    mands urhlch you may have against
    " late of cil aid KS pi il.i ACK
    deceased hue of liad. Cnuniy Flor-
    ida, to th. County Judges of Dade
    County, and file use same in dunlr-
    IN THE COUNTY jygOBljSS
    IN 4NO FOR r'Ar"!.0,Tf
    FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
    (ARTHURW'""1'"',
    NOTICE TOCREOITOB5
    li RF, Bslaie "i
    .. IRRIS PRESS
    Dei-eusi 1
    Asaui
    re-
    T.i .\!1 '. .1 lot
    i i laima or i
    B"v?m:.rC bereb,
    quired lo pre*
    mands whl w PllK
    tata ol v"l''-llll
    reaaed late of ]'-....." ',>
    lo the C.ll'il) Judgi "
    and file the -
    ty.
    and
    I- llT'.l-.l
    in
    ptatutea
    Courthouse in
    This notice shall be published .....- ai. and as provided in Section 731 the County Courth
    i. i ueek for four consecutive weeks Florid;, Statutes in their offices tv. Florida. / i|i
    In THE JE\t*T8R PLORHMAN. In the Csunly c.....i|,11.. In i > ...- months from Ins tins?
    WITNESS ni) hand and the seal | County, Florida, wilhin six calendar I DUbllcatlon hereof it
    W.1 Mh*.
    dayofO'i'^A^ ,
    PONA1 I' >',;f"
    of -nid .ouri al Miami
    this 3 day of November, 1171
    E I! 1 FVTHEIIM \\.
    As i ".i k. Circuit i '..ui I
    11.ni.- County. Florida
    II] U .\| wVOODARD
    A~ Belli} C|. rk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    l> \ Id E Stone. Fsm
    gfrONE BOSTCHlN
    1*1 N VV ITIh Ave.
    Miami. Fli nd ,
    Xlt'.rne) lor Petitioner
    Florida on
    time .f th. flrsl
    or the same will
    2-U-M
    months from ih.
    I'llhli. -aiion her.s.f
    he baered
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this Sth
    (lay Of N'oV.-nihee \ |l l'l7)
    SOPHIE POI I ack
    is Administratrix
    First nuhhcaiioii of this nntli-e an
    k is-ii nay ,-f Novemliei, 1971.
    Pllll IP 111 i u i\|
    l|'o-n..\- ''..e U3H>e*e
    5 We i-'ln^ler Street
    Miami. Florida 83131
    li 1>H ii' -H
    A. Bierutoti
    Pirsl nuhllcailon ',..,
    the Jth day '<*^..?1,\Vm
    Batata of Moms r"--
    .ir.il I Incoln lid
    Miami Beach. H-n't
    ''"'I


    November 19, 1971
    +Jewisii Hcr/dUair)
    Page 15-B
    ?bituaries
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IERGALL
    of Hollywood passed
    fv Nov' 1" liv'"' h,'.r'" for -
    l\ coining from N.Y. Survived
    his wife Bophle of Hollywood, won
    Kiv of T.'.afly. N.J.. daughter
    , i'...!! s.hlllw of Tennfiy. n J.
    /.rondchlWen, two great-grand-
    I ... ., brothar Harry of N.^ ..
    I'.j.i.i-- Sarah Knobcl and Au-
    I, T. ii-hman bolh of N.Y. He
    i', retire! fur merchant, rounder
    board member of Av\ N. Jew-
    C, iter Brooklyn. Aftlve In Fur
    [,,.,' Synagogue In N.Y.C., and
    [... |n Y<-hiva of Flntbush in
    nklvn NY also active In 1'iiited
    li-ii Appeal riml many other nhi-
    Ihroptc organisations in Hrooklyn
    I ifyc Service! aid Interment
    J\ y c Local arrangements by
    |,.,M,1.. chapel, X .M.H
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XOTH K IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name
    of 11 & I. VEGETABLE OIL at HUH
    N.W. SZnd Court, Miami, Fla. in-
    tends i.. register said name with the
    I'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    LUIS A. I.OHIE
    11/12-19-26 12-3
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the uinieisiKii.d. desiring to encase In
    business u'nder the fictitious name ol
    THE STAR DOMINICAN PKODUCTS,
    INC. at 816 Congress Bids., Miami.
    Hade, Florida Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of tne Circuit
    Court of Hade County, Florida.
    Hie Star Dominican Products
    Bjr: Thomas It. l.lerena.
    Resident Agent
    10/29 U/a-12-19
    LEGAL NOTICE
    JERT
    l G., M.D. 4.-.. of I340S 8.W.
    \j Ci pas-ed away Wednesday.
    I a resident here for 14 years
    l|nl from Columbus, oh In. Chief
    Surgical Services at Variety
    ,n s Hospital, he was the first
    rlc surgeon in the State of
    ri'i.t A graduate of X.Y.I'. Medi-
    1 School, he was a member of the
    lerlran Academy of Pediatrics
    Hiatrlc surgery). He wan n mom-
    f the A.O A. honor medical
    i The British Pedlatric Sur-
    L Society, Dade County Medical
    In the A.M.A. and was a proml-
    l lecturer In pedintric surgery
    the world. Stirvi\ing is his
    e Maralyn, two sons. Steven and
    |i- daughter Dana, mother Mrs.
    . Gilbert, two brothers I ton -
    . NY. and Andrew of Hrus Lium. Services were held Frl-
    r \i.\- 12 Arrangements hv Itiv-
    de rhapel, 1717 s\V 27th Ave.
    of flowerfl the family sug-
    t-- contributions lo the Surartral
    id al Variety Children's Hos-
    lnte<-men< star of David Me-
    : Park.
    CLER. Hitman. 69. 4172 Chase
    >., M.B. Blasherg. Interment Mt
    r6, Pauline. BO, 13(8 -Monad Ter.,
    J: Newman. Interment Mt.
    I1'
    [OMAN. Sam. 74. 102n Collins
    . M l! Riverside.
    ISSMAN. Max. H7. RSI lftth St..
    ll: ilordon.
    |y. Charles, 69, 2.10 isth St.. M.B.
    JlNOWITZ, Edward. 73. of M.B.
    mlde
    lENSTEIN. Beatrice, 60. of MB
    Imii.
    JALNY. H. Leopold, St. of M.B.
    fv-rslde
    |NF.RMAN. Pauline, fs. ifisn Col-
    Ave., M It Riverside.
    Iker, Robert. M. of M.B. River-
    |EN. Dora. *3. 2Hl Washington
    . MB Hlasberg. Interment Mt.
    pM
    JSTEIN. William A.. 4K. 22r, N.E.
    V.M 1! Levitt.
    ^HBERG. Isaac. tit. of X M.B. ru-
    nt Mt Neho.
    :"MAN, Lillian. 72 of MB. Rlv-
    i d>
    |iOER. Jack, 71. is:.l N. illad, -s
    N M B. Riverside. Interment
    V.l,
    fERSON. Irving A.. 76, 2" Is-
    Ave MB BlasbeiL-
    IMAN Floyd A.. SI. 955 X K
    *>nd st Levitt
    llNBFRG, Morris, 81, of MB.
    INSTEIN, Abraham, RB. of M.B.
    Ivttt.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONbinuOllVE SEHVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22050
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    rx RB:
    KEMP P. B. HONNEH. JR
    and
    HAZEL. A. BOXXKU.
    TO: HAZEL A BONNER,
    Residence Unknown
    Address Unknown
    YOU ARE nti.i.liV NOTIFIED
    that an action fur Dissolution of .Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    | you are required to serve a copy
    I of your written defenses, if any. to
    | It on ROBERT H. BURNS, attorney
    \ for Petitioner, whose address is 860
    j Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Florida,
    and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or be-
    I fore December 22, If*Tl: otherwise a
    , default will be entered against you
    I for the relief demanded In the com-
    plaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal
    Of saitl court at Miami. Florida on
    this 12th tlay of November, 1!71.
    E. It. LKATHKR.MAN.
    As Clerk. Circuit 'ourt
    1 lade County, Florida
    By: l. SNEEDEN
    As Deputy clerk
    ROBERT H BURNS, ESQUIRE
    360 Lincoln ltd.
    Miami Beach. Fla. r..'il-1241
    Attorney for Petitioner
    11 19-26 12 1-10
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATL
    No. 71-2924
    (JOHN R. BLANTON)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Kstate of
    BEATRICE TOBIAS
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified ami re-
    quired, to present any claims and de-
    mands u-htoh you may have against
    the estate of BEATRICE TOBIAS
    deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Dade
    County, and file the same In dupli-
    cate and as provided in Section 7.'t.'i -
    1, Florida Statutes, in their offices
    In Hie County Courthouse in Dade
    County, Florida, within six calendar
    months from the time of the first
    publication hereof. (>r tbe same will
    be barred.
    Hated ut Miami. Florida, this 16th
    "lay of .November. A.D 1!'71.
    HAHOI.n M. WIENER
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the i:th day of November, 1971.
    LESTER 10 K1ERS
    Attorney for Kxeeutor
    1154 X.W. 17th Avenue
    11/19-2H 12 :l-la
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    GELB
    \0NUMENT3 INC.
    (it, Iyer, Day Closed Sabbath
    )SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
    Miami't Only Strictly' Jewish
    Monument Dealer i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4559
    (PRIMM)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    m RE: Estate of DOROTHY BAUER
    a k a noltOTHY BAUER COHN
    Deceased,
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Kstate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of Dolto'lHY HAIKU
    a k a ixilioTHY BAUER COHN de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judge- of Dade County
    ami file the same in duplicate a.id
    as provided in Section 733.18, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the tune of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
    day of November, A.I). 1071.
    WILLIAM BERTCHBR
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the loth day of November, 1H7I.
    DAVID S, KUMBLE, ESQ.
    Attorn, \ t..i Executor
    .l.-.n Line,.In Itoad
    Miami Beach, Fla.
    11 |-2 12/8-10
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-21982
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRKGE
    IN RE:
    JOHAXXA TAMASSY KASZAL,
    Wife
    and
    T1BOR KASZAL
    Husband.
    TO: Tlisoll KASZAL
    Matyas Fold
    Tancslca Ut la
    Budapest, Hungary
    VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to it
    on A. E. P\CZ!Ell. ESQ.. HOI.D-
    I MAN, GOLDSTEIN PACZIBR, At-
    torney for Petitioner, 3401 West Flak-
    ier, Street. Miami, Florida 32186, and
    file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before Dee.
    27th, 1971; otherwise a default will be
    entered against you for the relief de-
    manded in the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive wet ks
    In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my band and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on tills
    nth day of Nov< mber, i".i7l.
    E. B. LEATHERMAX.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: 1! M KISSEE
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Cln uit Court Seal)
    A. E PACZIF.R
    GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN *
    PACZIER
    2401 W Flakier Street
    Miami, Florida 8313IS
    Attorney for Petitioner
    ii 10-21 12 ::-i"
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    No. 71-20478
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    OF
    (PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE)
    IN re the
    marriage of
    C.WIX.N mandehbach. Husband
    and
    BAUBAItA MA.NDJJRUACH. Wife
    TO: BAItBAHA MANDEHBACH
    16< Shore Drive
    Oak Dale, Long Island
    New York
    rOU BARBARA MANDERBACH
    are hereby notified that a Petition
    of Dissolution of Marriage has been
    filed against you. and you are re-
    quired to serve a copy of your An-
    swer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
    plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
    MYRON B. BERMAN, ESQUIRE,
    2125 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Flor-
    ida 83187, and file the original An-
    swer or Pleading in the office of the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
    fore 1 day of Dec. 1H71. If you fail to
    do so judgment by default will be
    taken against you for the relief de-
    manded in the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive Weeks
    in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAX.
    DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this ?1 day of Oct., A.D.
    itn.
    i: B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: K. M. KISSEE
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    10/29 1! ".-12-19
    N<
    the
    in I
    of I
    20th
    regi
    the
    Flot
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    tick IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    undersigned, desiring to engagTi
    lUsiness under the fictitious nano
    INBCBL FASHIONS at2'i2!> X.W
    Sine;. Miami, Florida Intend t"
    ster said name with the Clerk ol
    Circuit Court of Dade Count v
    Ida.
    ONELIA Ktxjl'K
    TOMASA MA.MIHEZ
    11/5-12-19-28
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    tiie undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of AI.ADIX ADVERTISING AGEN-
    CY at 7tit! Congress Bldg Ill N.E.
    2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla. intend to reg-
    Ister -aid name wtb the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
    ida
    RAIT, It. Ol.IVA Owner T.< 1/3
    jose ham Al.l.o Owner 33 I '!
    MARIO liAIUtAI. Owner 33 1/3
    ____________ 10/29 11/3-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    PEPPERMINT BAY CLUB at 7:. NE
    ft Street, Miami. Florida Intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    LORRAINE DONIN
    LEONARD SUSSMAN
    Attorney lor Peppermint Bay Clun
    2(il Blscayne Building, Miami
    11/I2-19-2H 12-3
    -J
    Jzmkrg
    Member:
    IJstlonai Funeral
    I Directors Asan.
    | Florida Funeral
    1 Directors Assn.
    .'.FDA
    865-2353
    war
    HAM

    Co* Jfffown 1-7677
    N'evmhn,
    m/MMMAL
    ' DADt KXAJTVARO
    IT. MssMieev D
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    UNITED DISPATCH SERVICES at
    8401 N.W 3i!th Street, Miami. Fla.
    intend to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida
    RENE LOPEZ
    DAVID ROMANO
    11/19-28 12/3-10
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NO. 71-21937
    CORRECTED ORDER OF
    PUBLICATION
    HE' EN M SANDERS formerly
    known as
    mi:i E.\ M. GKEGORICH,
    Plaintiff,
    R CASEY GREGORICH.
    I 'efendant.
    TO: It CASEY ORBGORICH
    3061 Bdgewater Line
    I.a Cross,-. Wisconsin ",4601
    You. R CASEY ORBGORICH, are
    hereby notified that a Complaint for
    Partition has been filed against you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    of vour Answer or Pleading to the
    Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
    SOL ALEXANDER. ESQ., 1!) W. Flag-
    ler Street, Suite 317, Miami, Florida.
    3313". and file the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before the
    27th day of December. 1971. If you
    fail to do so. Judgment by default
    will be taken against you for the re-
    lief demanded In the Complaint.
    The Property involved in this suit
    is described as follows:
    lA>l H. of ROSE PARK ADDI-
    TION ONE. according to the Plat
    thereof, recorded In Plat Hook
    IS, at page 31. of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade County. Florida.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 16th day of November.
    1971
    K. H LBATHERMAN.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: It. M KISSEE
    Depute Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    tl/19-26 12/3-10
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22051
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    MARY ROBINSON MASON
    and
    DONA I D W MASON, .IR
    TO: DONALD W MASON, JR.
    Residence Unknown
    Address utiknovi n
    You ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    thnt an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are re,mired to serve a copy of
    your written defences, If any, to it
    on ROBERT H. BURNS, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose Address Is 350 Lin-
    coln I'd.. Miami Beach. Fls and file
    the original with the clerk of the
    Above styled court on or before De-
    eember 22, 1971: otherwise a de-
    fault will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded in the complaint
    or net itlon,
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH Fl ORTDIAN
    WITNESS tnv hand and the seal of
    said court Rl Miami. Florida on this
    12th day of November, 1971
    K li LEATHERMAX,
    As Clerk, circuit Court
    Dade fountV, Florida
    By: i SXEFT>FN
    As Penuty Clerk
    fCtrcult Court S.-ill
    Robert h nritxs
    311(1 Din-oln Rd.
    Miami Bench. Fla 581-1241
    Attorney for Petitioner
    11/19-26 12/3-14
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4580
    (FRANK B. DOWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    T1IAIK MCCHA
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of THAIK MI'CHA de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of I>ade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate
    aiid as provided In Section 732.19,
    Florida Statutes. In their offices In
    the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar
    months from the time of the first
    publication hereof, or the same will
    lie barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida this 29th
    daj of October. A.D. 1971.
    LEON MOCHA
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on the
    "ith day of November. 1971.
    HERBERT Z. MARVIN, for the firm
    of IJIRSON AND MARVIN
    \ttorney for Estate
    777 N.W. 72nd Avenue
    Miami, Florida 23126
    11 S-12-19-24
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 71-21638
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IX RE: The Marriage of
    RANDY JOE BURLE80N, Husband.
    and
    PATSY ETIIEI.EXE BI'HI.ESO.N.
    Wife.
    you PATSY BTHELENB BURLE-
    SON, residence unknown, ARE
    HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your
    written defense to this divorce with
    the Courts Clerk and serve a ropy
    unon Plaintiff's Attorneys, VON
    ZAMFT SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank
    Bldg.. Miami. Florida on or before
    the 14th das of December. 1071. else
    the Complaint will be taken as con-
    fessed.
    DATED: Xovembi r s, i:>7i
    E. B. LEATHBRMAN, CLERK
    l'.\ G. M WOODARD
    I leputy Clerk
    (" 'ii'cuit Court Seali
    11/12-19-26 12/1
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4779
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    ALEX AN DER VV BINDER";
    I leCe.lS. d
    To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
    ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have attains!
    the estate of ALEXANDER WBIN-
    RKRO, deceased late of Dade Coun-
    ty. Florida, to the County Judges of
    Dade County, and file the sain, in
    duplicate and as provided in Section
    7S8.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
    fices in the County Courthouse in
    Dade County. Florida. within -six
    calendar months from the time of
    tiie first publication hereof, or the
    same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida this 3rd
    day of November, A.D. 1971.
    SAMUEL B. PEABLMAN
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 12th day of November, 1971.
    SAMUEL B. PBARLMAN
    Attorney for Executor
    407 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    11/12-19-26 12/3
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4725
    (FRANK B. DOWLING)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    in RE: Estate of
    OSIOS ROSENSTOCK
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All persons Hn\
    ing Claims or Demands Against Sale
    Kstate:
    You are hereby notified and re
    quired to present any claims and rie
    niancls which you may have agains
    the estate of OSIOS ROSENSTOCI,
    deceased late of Dade County. Plot
    Ida, to the county Judges of Dad
    County, and file the sain, in nupli
    ate and as provided ill Section TV:
    It!., Florida Statutes, in their office
    in the County Courthouse in Dad
    county. Florida, within six calendai
    months from the time of the fir-
    publication hereof, or the same wl
    lie barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd.
    daj of November. A.D. 1971,
    JACK ROSENSTOCK
    As Executor
    First publication of this notli e
    tin 12th day of .November. 1971.
    TALIANOFF & BADER
    Attorne) for Executor
    42" Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    _________1112-19-2C 12-3
    NOTICE OF ACTION ""
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-21481
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    SHEILA MARIA AILE8,
    Petitioner
    and
    JAMES AILES. .11: ,
    Respondent
    TO: JAMES AILES. JR.
    R.F.D. Sweaboro Avenue
    Paulsliole. New Jersey USii27
    YOU ARK HEREBY -NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution
    .Marriage has been filed against yi
    and you are required to serve a copy
    ol your written defenses, it" any, to I
    on HOWARD F. II.L.MAN, attorne
    for Petitioner, whose address is :;
    Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florid.
    and file the original with the clerk oC
    the above styled court on or befoi i
    December l.'.th, 1971: otherwise a di
    \ fault will be entered against you for
    I the relief demanded in the complains
    I or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive wiel
    in THE JEWISH Fl/iRIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the
    iif BsJd court at Miami, Florida on this
    5th day of November, 1971.
    K. li. LEATHBRMAN,
    As Clerk, circuit Court
    1 Hide County, Florida I
    By: \j. SNEEDEN
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal i ,'
    LAW OFFICES of
    ROBERT II BURNS
    Howard F I'liman
    390 Lin, I'ln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    531-1241
    Attorney foi Petitioner
    11 12-19-26 12-::
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No. 71-4771
    (PRIMM)
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    In RE: Estate of
    FLORENCE II WEINMAN
    1 leceasi 'I
    To All Creditors and All Persons II..
    ing Claims or Demands Against Sa
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and n -
    quired tn present any claims and dt
    mands which you may have again.-,
    the estate of FLORENCE B. WEIN-
    MAN deceased late of Hade County.
    Florida, to the County Judges i
    Dade County, and file the same i.
    dupicate and as provided in SeCtio
    733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
    fices iii the County Courthouse i
    Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
    endar months from the time of tl
    first publication hereof, or the Bam
    u ill he barred,
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this
    day of November. A.D. 1971
    MADELYN C SAUL
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice
    the 12th day of Nov., l'.Tl.
    IXH'IS CII.I.MAN
    Attorney for Estate
    920 Ingrulium Bldg Miami. Fla.
    11/12-19-26 12 :i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATJE
    No. 74641-C
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    IN RB: Estate of
    ETHELCREENR
    n/ka/ ETHEL I) QRBBNB
    Deceased.
    NOTICE is hereby given that we
    have filed our Final Report and Peti-
    tion for Distribution anil Final Dis-
    charge as Executors of the estate of
    ETHEL GREENE a k a KTHKL I).
    GREENE, ii., eased: and that on the
    8th day of December. 1971, will ap-
    ply to the Honorable County Judges
    of Dade County. Florida, for approv-
    al of said Final Report and for dis-
    tribution and final discharge as Ex-
    ecutors of the estate of the above-
    named decedent. This 9th day of
    November. I97L
    WALTER KAPLAN
    FREDERIC STEPHEN GREENE
    BPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
    HEILBRONNER PA.
    Attorney
    Inn North Blscayne Boulevard
    Miami. Florida 33132
    11 12-19-26 12 :l
    91
    '.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    No. 71-4997
    (BLANTON)
    In UK: Kstate of
    Tll.l.Ii: RADEB FKI.I.EXBAUM
    Deceased.
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hat -
    ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Kstate:
    You arc hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have attain*,.
    the estate of TII.I.1E RADER FEI.
    LBNBAUM deceased late of Dnd-
    County. Florida. to the Count-
    Judges of Dade County and fiD
    the same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Section 7.1.1.16. Florida Stat-
    utes, In their offices in the Count-
    I Courthouse i|i Dade County. Florida.
    j within six calendar months from
    , the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10tb
    First publication of this notice O'l
    the 12th day of November. 1971.
    RHODA F. TA.IF-N
    As Executrix of the Estate of
    TILLIE RADER FKLLENBACM,
    Dec.
    WALLACE N MAER
    Attorney for Estate of Tillie Rader
    Fellenbatun, Deed.
    to:, Itiscavne Building
    Miami. Fla. gllSO 11 12-U'-2'i 12 3


    Page 16-B
    *kist> fkrkliar)
    Friday, NovemLar
    IS.
    EE! BONUS SPEC IA L: SAVE 24< JJT[yo
    DEL MONTE TOMATO
    CATSUP
    14-OZ.
    BOTTLE
    \\u.
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF!
    CHUCK
    LIMIT TWO BOTTLES,
    PLEASE, WITH OTHER
    PURCHASES OF S7
    OR MCRE. EXCLUDING
    CIGARETTES
    ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiri
    SALE OF DEL MONTE PRODUCTS!
    PEACHES
    SAVE 17 oav MONTE 3 \ 29-OZ. 1 CANS 1 YBLOW CUNG HALVES OR SLICED
    tomato Sauce......................can10c
    FRUIT PUNCH GRAPE PINEAPPLE CHERRY .
    Del Monte Drinks...............3 cans I
    SAVE 16c DEL MONTE
    Early Garden Peas.............4cans *l
    GREAT IN PIES 16QZ
    Ubby's Pumpkin...................can 22c
    PEPSI-COLA
    FOOD
    SAVE
    20C
    8
    16-OZ.
    BOTTLES
    PLUS
    DEPOSIT
    79
    LADY TABOR
    Sweet Potatoes...................2can 29c
    PLANTATION PRIDE .
    Sweet Cuke Chips !? 29c
    FOOD FAIR
    Stuffed Queen Olives .m2 79c
    FOOD FAIR SMALL
    GRADE A'EGGS
    *%$? 3DOZ89c
    FAIR
    SUPERMARKETS
    FEATURES EFFECTIVE
    THRU SUNDAY, NOV. 21
    AT ALL FOOD FAIR ft FREDERICK'S STORES
    EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
    U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED
    QUICK FROZEN-FAMOUS BRANDS
    TURKEYS
    YOUNG
    18 TO 22-LB. AVERAGE
    SAVE 10c -- LIGHT N' LIVELY _
    Sealtest Cottage Cheese 29c
    SAVE 29C-MRS. FILBERT'S
    WHIPPED
    OLEO sst'.xx
    SAVE 41c- REG. OR SWISS PARFAIT _
    Breakstone's Yogurt 5
    249'
    TOP US CHOICE-WESTERK- tf.
    LONDON BROIL
    THICK CUT
    SHOULDER
    TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
    Boston Chuck Roas
    TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
    Lean Ground Chuck
    TOP US CHOICE WESTERN BONELESS
    Beef Cube Steaks T
    TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN TM|CK CuT
    London Broil..............mm**, m.
    \\jt w.j. v-nvi\-L vvioiLtw*
    Boston Chuck Roast............... 69c
    TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
    Lean Ground Chuck 89'
    M"
    FRYER QTRS.
    35
    GA. FLA.
    GRADE 'A'
    FRESH ICED
    LB
    LEG OR
    BREAST '
    QUARTERS
    GA. FLA GRADE A FRESH ICED wlTH
    Fryer Whole Breasts RBS ..lb 59'
    GA FLA GRADE A' FRESH ICED
    Fryer Whole Legs 59c
    GA FLA GRADE A FRESH ICED _
    Fryer Whole Thighs 59c
    AMERICAN KOSHER
    FRANKS 12-oz.pkg
    KNOCKS 79
    TART
    Willy's Sauerkraut !.&? 29c
    HORN & HARDART ^^R ^LBP
    SALADS OT
    QQC
    CUPS
    QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
    POTATO-COLE SLAW-MACARONI
    HORN & HARDART ASSORTED FLAVORS _7 mm,
    Parfait Gelatins xS49e
    BONUS SPECIALS! BAKING ACTION!
    >y= m
    BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20^oVni
    FLOUR
    PILLSBURY |AL FOOD FAIR
    SAVE
    10'
    PLAIN OR = ==
    SELF RISING = =
    FOOD FAIR JELLIED
    CRANBERRY
    SAUCE

    LIMIT ONE BAG, EITHER BRAND, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
    PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    16-OZ.
    CAN
    LIMIT TWO CANS, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
    PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    ^lllllllllillllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllljF ^lllllllllllllllll||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||llllllllllllllllllll^
    MRS. SMITH'S FROZEN
    APPLE PIE
    SAVE8C
    FOOD FAIR BROWN N' SERVE
    26-OZ. PKG.
    CLOVERLEAF. SESAME. Q PKGS. $4
    ROllS BUTTERFLAKE. SPLIT TOP .tfOf 12
    TOP QUALITY NEW CROP FLORIDA
    ORANGES
    10 '49c
    . ..
    Baking Potatoes 10 89
    AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNI'*5
    ALL LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO YOUR OROE"
    SAVE JOC LB _U SLICED
    CORNED
    BEEF......uuBTrR:
    SAVE 40t LB.
    SNced Nova Scotia Lox
    QTR.
    ...IB.
    89'