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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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fewish Floridian
nber 49
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, December 3, 1971
Three Sections Price 20 c
lews Briefs
l) The Presidents of France and the United
aled to discuss the Middle East crisis when they
in the Azores, according to French political
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) that the
will be high on the list of international matters
npidou and Richard M. Nixon will review.
(WNS) The 48th annual convention of the
Itee for Labor Israel has approved a fund-raising
ion. Five million will be sought for the Israel
tfgn and an additional five will be sought in de-
Pe Israel Histadnit Foundation. The funds will be
of health, educational and welfare programs in
?riing, was elected to a third term as president.
(WNS) The Jewish Agency's immigration and
ent claimed that "communist provocateurs" __
fcl's pro-Moscow New Communist Party (Rakah)
Ig udscontent among Soviet emigres from Soviet
pg them to return to the Soviet Union or to send
to relatives complaining of their conditions in
Jment's director general Uzi Narkiss, said these
chargeable under criminal law. Agency spokes-
been unable to track down a letter allegedly
! leaders by 11 Georgian Jews seeking permission
i. It is believed the letter may be a "fabrication."
TA) Gold bars worth $37,000 disappeared from
Dm the United States to Israel during a stopover
rt in London. The bars were on their way to be
ri Coins and Medals Co. as the "Let My People
to reports, someone who knew of the shipment
the London Airport warehouse where they
rthe plane was refueled and cleaned. Lydda Air-
said there was no possibility that the bars had
RUsnpjx'nivd at I.ydda.
EJiS) The separate meetings of former Nazi
Swr held thorp despite the protoste of tho into*-
of Former Resistance Fighters and Victims of
demands that the government ban the meetings.
"Fascist Movimento Sociale Italiano Party spon-
i, the other was sponsored by the Waff en SS
F made up of Belgians who served the Nazis dur-
fNS) As the predominantly Jewish residents
ptinued to demonstrate against the 840-unit low
Oject planned for their community because of
eased crime rate and the overloading of already
^and transportation" the Workmen's Circle ap-
ents to "reject disrupt and suspicion" and to
Jp "that will welcome new neighbors and work
eighbors for a better community motivated by
^operation."
Three Egyptian prisoners of war who
Sical attention have been returned to Egypt by
the return of the prisoners would lead Egypt
the 11 Israelis held as POWs. Israel holds 71
and one Jordanian.
^S) Two hundred forty tombstones were de-
Bh Cemetery in Kovno, Lithuania by six teen-
^t sources reported. The cemetery, which dates
Btury, contains the graves of many famous rabbis,
public figures including Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
I), the ranking Talmudist of the day.
5) Israeli Prof. Leo Levi, a new lecturer in
fat the University of Genoa, was stopped in the
completing a lecture at the university, called
beaten unconscious. His assailant was being
Rabbi Joseph Karasick, president of the
x Jewish Congregations of America, hailed Max
Kit of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
[aving taken a "historic initiative in projecting the
al into a more deserving position of priority on
be Jewish community" at the General Assembly of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, where Mr.
lected president. "The day school has earned the
pst careful consideration of what could be done to
- Brith Ivrith Olamith, the Workf Union for
f, with headquarters in Jerusalem, is sponsoring its
Jebrew Congress in Jerusalem, Jan 10-13. The Con-
iwith ways and means of promoting Hebrew culture
the Diaspora.
State Department Against
Sen. Jackson's Amendment
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The State
Department has indicated that
it took a negative view of the
Jackson Amendment to the for-
eign aid bill which the Senate
passed by an 82-14 vote last
week providing $500 million in
military sales credits for Israel.
Department spokesman
Charles Bray observed that the
State Department "never had an
opportunity to express itself" on
the amendment introduced by
Sen. Henry Jackson (D-Wash.)
which goes before a Senate-
House conference committee
later this week. He noted that
the Administration had requested
substantial funos for military
sales in its initial budget re-
quest for Israel.
Meanwhile, news reports said
that the United States was
thinking: of selling Israel short -
Premier to Confer
With U.S. Leaders
NEW YORK (JTA)Israel's
Premier Golda Meir will confer
with American Jewish leaders
Monday afternoon at a meet-
ing of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, it has been an-
nounced.
Aside from her api>earance at
the United Jewish Api>eal event
Saturday evening, Dec. 11, and
at the Israel Bond Organization
dinner Sunday, Dec. 12, this is
the only meeting scheduled for
the Israeli Prime Minister and
American Jewish leaders.
In a speech before the Labor
Party's Central Committee last
week, Mrs. Mcir declared that
the American delay in provid-
ing Phantom jets to Israel is en-
couraging Egypt to make war.
The hopes for an interim agree-
ment reopening the Suez Canal
have collapsed as a result of
Egyptian President Anwar Sa-
dat's war-threats, she said, re-
iterating Israel's position that
no troopsEgyptian or other-
wisemay cross a reopened
Suez Canal.
Zionist Mail Ballot
range Lance missiles instead of
long-range Phantom jets, if any-
thing, as a way of reinforcing
Israel's security without anger-
inK Egypt to the point where a
Sue/. Canal agreement is threat-
ened. Israel's request for Lances
of several months ago was at
first turned down, but the Pen-
tagon is now reconsidering it,
the reports said.
In Jerusalem, political circles
said that the comment, by Pres-
ident Nixon's press secretary,
Ronald L. Ziegler, that Nixon
considers the Senate's approval
of the Jackson amendment per-
missive but not binding on the
administration was merely an
elucidation of the fact that
there is a division of power in
the U.S. and nothing more.
The Senate adopted legisla-
tion to provide Israel with ad-
ditional military credit sales and
guarantees of up to $500 million,
half of which would cover sales
of additional Phantom jets. In
its overwhelming approval, the
Senate overrode objections by
three powerful Democrats
Fulbright, Mansfield and F.ll.-n-
der, who had warned that pas-
sage of the amendment would
bypass the jurisdiction of the
Continued on Page 12-A
'Sadat Is Not Really
Intent On War' Riad
NEW YORK (JTA) Egyp-
tian President Anwar Sadat is
not really intent on plunging
into another shooting war with
Israel, despite his recent public
exhortations to that effect, ac-
cording to his own Foreign Min-
ister, Mahmoud Riad.
In an interview wi
Time
IOVV
magazine, part or which was
published this week, Mr. Riad
explained, "Finally we said that
it was about time to say that
we now have to come to a de-
cision that we can no longer
accept this kind of game.
"President Sadat has said con-
tacts cannot continue because
we only hear vague words, not
proposal*. However, there is no
decision that 'tomorrow I will
fight.'
"But," he added, "when all
roads to peace are completely
closed, our army must do its
duty whenever they think they
can liberate our territories."
As for the timing of such an
action, "I will leave that ques-
tion to the Army," Riad said.
Complaining that whenever
peace proposals are proffered,
Israel says "No," the Egyptian
leader continued, "Mr. Rogers
had a plan. The plan meant that
Israel woidd withdraw from our
territories. But he failed to
acnieve it. vfe can say mar ne
failed to |>ersuade the Israelis.
"But when the Israelis are
rebuffing him in such a harsh
way, when we see Mrs. Meir
chastising the Secretary of
State, when we see that 86 (sic)
Senators urge that Israel get
$500 million, half of it in Phan-
toms, well it looks like a very
funny situation. Does the United
States really have any policy for
peace in the area? Is the United
States a partner in the aggres-
sion, or is it a big power trying
to bring about peace in a very
sensitive area? It is very con-
fusing to us." Mr. Riad said.
21 Communal Organizations
Upheld By Conn Participating In Rally Dec. 6
JERUSALEM (WNS> The
Zionist "Court of Honor" has
ruled that balloting by mail to
select 55*Tr of the U.S. delegates
to the World Zionist Congress
to be held here in January was
"a proper means of election."
The ruling rejected a chal-
lenge to the balloting brought
before the court by the Zionist
Organization of America and the
United Zionists-Revisionists of
America. The remaining 45^ of
the delegates will be appor-
tioned among the Zionist par-
ties in accordance with their
membership rolls.
However, the Court voided an
inter-party agreement on the
distribution of delegate seats
between Hadassah, the Labor
Zionists and Mizrachi. United
States Zionists will send 152
delegates to the Congress.
The Women's Plea for Human
Rights for Soviet Jewry will hold
a rally Monday evening in the
Miami Beach Auditorium. Twenty-
one major women's communal or-
ganizations, representing all faiths,
are participating in this 8 p.m.
event, which is being sponsored
by the Women's Coalition for So- j
viet Jewry and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion.
Miami is one of 27 cities holding
similar rallies in behalf of Soviet
Jewry. The entire community is
invited to participate in this effort
for their human rights. Admission
is free.
Senator Lawton Chiles will be
the guest speaker at the event;
Dr. Allen Pollack, professor of Rus-
(Continued on Page 13-A)
SIM. IAWJ0H CHILES


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Fridqy- December 3,
Shepard Broad Chairman Of
1971 Ambassador's Ball
Broad, nationally prom-
!. anthropist and civic
ua r, has be< n nan* d chairman
' 197] Ambassador's Ball to
' idfer the ausp a ol the
i h gaiiization. Sunday
i 26, al Hi-' Fontaine-
Hotel.
M Broa i. holdci the the State
i| [.-rael Prime Minister's Medal-
ion, which was conferred upon
in recognitl m o! his
autstandine service on behall ol
hi State : [sra< I, Is a promlnenl
Homes and hanker.
TM e founder ol ihi Tow i ol Baj
its Mayor foi more
in 20 years, Mr. Broad was
imei g the American Jewish lead-
is vho called together by
i ivi i i',. rt-Gui Ion in 194S to i i
that 'I t<> the foandine <:
;.,, rii, eting, known as the
Sonn 'born Instituti. faekl at tli
lomi ol R i loll G Sonnebofti in
New York, was H termed In
len-i imion as tl ig meet-
of th Stntenf Is
A rounde first preaid 'tit of
the Miami B ach Zionist l listriet.
-., wit- a delegate '" th Worl l
: isle, Sw itzi i -
and in 1948 and has seen servic
anj lo ul, state i egional, and
nni ii :
Tl recipient of a host >>;
s awa As i : ast presi l<
,, t th Sholom and se
is F state chairn an ol the
J Apr* al in 1968.
Cha i mai ol the A n -rican Sav-
ngs & Loan Association of Miami
It aeh, he Is a founder and truateo
,1 Mount Slnal Hospital, former
SHIPARO BROAD
pri ::t <>: the Miami Beach
Chantbei at Commerce and former
vice presldeni of the Southeastern
Zionist Oi ganizatipn.
The Ambassador's Ball, spon-
I \,\ !-.;'! Bonds and tradi-
lionally held under the patronage
,.i the Ambassadoi ol Israel, i- the
occasion when the Eleanor Roose-
.
ve1t*srael Humanities Award is
[erred upon a distingu she I
Ami rican foi.....tstandlng service
to Israel.. This year's recipient has
not yet been announ ed.
Shomrim's Annual
Installation Set
The Shomi T-n or norl a will hold
its lltli annual installation cere>
monies in the Barcelona HotiM Sat-
urday, Dec, 11. it lias boon an-
nounccd.
The Installing officer will be
State Attorney Richard E). Ger-
stein; glKSt speakers will include
the Hon. Jay Derm,'., former
Mayor of Mltmi Beach, and Miami
}i> ach Vice Mayor Robert S. Good-,
; man.
The Officers being installed in-
clude Lester Aarow, president;!
Daniel Seitman, vice president;
Harry Kroil, treasurer; Joseph
Holt/man. recordinB secretary;
[sidor Margolias, financial secre-
tary, and Simon Denker, sergeant-
at-arms. David Teitler and Lione
Braverman were named to serv<
on the board foi three-year terms; |
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^Jkwisti norndian
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emple Israel Completes
Hans For Bonds Dinner
According to all indications, this
Jr. Temple Israel Dinner of
K, will be its most enjoyable
MARTIN FINE
successful event on behalf of
t! Romis, Martin Fine, dinner
li.-nan reports.
|;> Excellency Moshe Kol. Is-
Minister of Tourism, is com-
[ lo Miami to speak at the din-
J and confer the State of Israel
Bom Award upon Stanley and
|me Tate an honor which
richly merit for their service
v temple, the community and
?tate of Israel, he continued.
:> dinner will take place at 7
Sunday in the Morris D.
/son Auditorium of the temple.
l be preceded by a 6 p.m. re-
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Rabbi Rutchik To
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Rabbi Allen Rutchik will speak
at the monthly parent education
program sponsored by Temple Beth
Sholom of Miami Beach Tuesday
at S p.m., according to an an-
nouncement made by Dr. Solomon
Lichter and Mrs. David Miller co-
chairmen of the school board.
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Judges Attend 11th
Annual Conference; Beth Torah Sends Jewish F,oridia
To 200 Students and Servicemen
Judge Robert Grover of the Mi-
ami Beach Municipal Court, and
Judge Sherwin Stauber of Surf-
side Municipal Court attended the
11th annual conference of the
North American Judges Associa-
tion representing their respective
cities. More than 300 judges par-
ticipated in the conference which
took place in Tucson, Ariz, last
month.
This international organization
of courts of first jurisdiction in the
United States, Canada. Guam,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is-
lands had as its speakers Senior
Judge J. Edward Lombard of the
U.S. Circuit Court of N.Y., Chief
Justice Fred C. Struckmeyer of
the Arizona Supreme Court. Hon.
Jerome Choquette, Minister of Jus-
tice, Providence of Quebec, Can-
ada, and U.S. District Court Judge
Walter E. Craig, past president of
the American Bar Association.
Young Israel Bazaar
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will hold its annual bazaar at tho
synagogue Sunday beginning at 11
a.m., according to an announce-
ment made by Lawrence Strauss,
chairman, A huge selection of all
types of new merchandise, such as
toys, household furnishings and
clothing will be available at bar-
gain prices.
Beth Torah Congregation of North Miami Beach is continu-
ing its intensive and dynamic college student program this year.
One phase of the program involves sending gift subscriptions of
The Jewish Floridian to more than 200 young persons attending
universities or serving in the armed forces.
In addition to The Jewish Floridian, the students are also
sent copies of the congregation's monthly news magazine, The
Shalom, and holiday care-packages. Dr. Miles Kuttler, chairman
of the collegiate program said that Chanukah care-packages,
mailed this week, included a monorah and candles, a card explain-
ing the holiday and the blessings, and some Chanukah chocolate
candy. A Passover package of matzoh, gefilte fish, candy and
holiday card is planned for early spring.
In conjunction with the college-age program, Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz spiritual leader, is visiting campuses to keep in contact
with the students.
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1971
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Friday, December 3. 1971
Number 49
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Meeting May Determine Israel's Fate
United States foreign policy, our history has shown, is
n.ade by the President and thus the meeting between
Golda Mfiil and Richard Nixon as we go to press may very
determine the iate of Israel.
While the Nixon administration is as convinced as we
that Israel's future can only be assured through a
general Arab-Israeli settlement, the guestion is how best
tt accomplish this In a manner that serves American in-
in the Middle East as well cs the security of Israel.
The prepcndcrci.ee of Congressional opinion, if not
:! al of the State Deportment, is thai continuing Israel: mili-
Buperiority is necessary ;o keep Egypt and its cl'.ies
from mounting a disastrous attack. That superiority, in the
face of the acknowledged buildup of Egyptian arms by
Soviet, is now threatened beyond a shadow of doubt.
As we have said before, the arms race in the Middle East
loads oriy to a blind alley, but until such time as the Arabs
are ready to settle the issue on terms that are reasonable
the strength of Israel must be maintained.
It is our hope, and our belief, that the pragmatism
v. hich President Nixon hes shewn in his most recent
foreign policy decisions, will result in the decision to per-
mit Israel to purchase the jet plcnes necessary to it3 de-
irnse. Any ether result from the historic meeting will
continue the tension end the brinksmanship which, in
1367, led to open conflict and which, in 1971, might lead
to for rnire <;pri(iiis nnrl wirlflsyirfv-tH wnr
Golda Source Of Inspiration
The spirit of Golda Meir is one of the great sources of
inspiration to the Israelis ana a recent article by her, on
occasion of the 130th anniversary of the London Jewish
Chronicle, reveals the reason for her strong hold on the
Jewish people all over the world. Entitled, "The Enigma
o: Jewish Survival,' it states in part:
"Second only to the problem of Israel's security is the
question of integrity of Western Jewry in face of waves of
assimilation and intermarriage. On my journeys abroad
end in meetings here with youth from abroad, I sense that
there is fortunately a contrary trend of a search for
identity, of a probing of sources, of a feeling of dignity and
belonging through the Jewish heritage.
' To ignore the place of religion in Jewish survival is
to ignore the reclity of Jewish history. Our people in Israel
and in ihe diaspora is tern by conflicting ideologies. We
need a great deal of mutual tolerance and understanding
:.5-.ween the various segments and a serious attempt by
I wish spiritual leaders to find a way of living together in
Judaism, while bearing in mind the background of the pre-
vailing spiritual crisis and the needs of our times .
"I am filled with hope in the future despite the vast
perils wnich confront us. I cm convinced that maintaining
and deepening our unity lies the key to the advancement
cf the new epoch of Jewish history in which we are privi-
leged to live."
We Join In Salute
Three rabbis of our community received national rec-
ognition for their many decades of dedicated service to
Judaism at the recent convocation of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Rabbis Murray A. Alstet and Eliezer Levi, both re-
t red and Rabbi Charles M. Rubel of B'nai Raphael Con-
gation were granted honorary doctor of divinity de-
grees by the central institution of Conservative Judaism.
We join their congregants, past and present, in saluting
m fcr their efforts which have enriched the lives of so
ore as well as in their former communities.
A positive progiam presented to the world by Israel,
takes into account the vital interests of all groups in
I unique city that is sacred to three great religions, may
satisfy the political passions but will gain for Israel the
support of all reasonable people.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH AISOP
The first
WASHINGTON
Chinese ballistic missile has now
been tested. The teal was made
over a limited range; but this is
still a world event of Incalcul-
able future meaning.
To get the key data out >f
the way first, despite the partial
nature of the ICBM test, it is
consideri by our technicians t
have been a rather striking suc-
cess, It Is therefore expected to
be followed by one or more fur-
ther testa al considerably longer
range In the relatively near fu-
ture.
IT IS NOT at all clear, to be
sure, whether the Chinese, at
this stage, can really manage an
ICBM test over the full range
of 6.000 miles or so. A full-
range test would mean an "im-
pact area" fai OUt at sea. And
Communist China can hardly or-
ganize the necessary na\al ar-
mada to recover the newly test-
ed missile in the open o
At this stage, howevn lik
difficulty facing the Cab^T
of relatively little
nequeaii
THE- RUM0HMILL


The Chinese are turning tw*
the once-hated Americans I
fact, solely because they'll
deathly afraid ol a surgical r,u.
clear strike by th. Soviets |ij
destroy the Chinese nuclear pr*
gram.
WE AMERICANS are a!*
turning towai the Communbt!
Chinese, partly !,
the President's ti : porary JJ,
lilieal purpos il pa
because the gov<. nmeni
afraid of the up t i
powei b vt ha\?
foolishly pern
class
ful huddling I
restore a bett
one
Al this -'.i
king has no >
.i that
What P
-
reach Mo '
thi ill
ical si i Ike
i een method
Is why a I
ii' t urgent now
Till S THE FIRST
of the Chines
Moscow and i.
come within
nuclear attack lithi 18
tn two yeai \
woul have I.
il were not foi the astonisMBJ
speed of the Chiro i
: .nil's dcvelopn nl
Because of t ed, ho*
(Continued "ii Pag< Ml
Letters to the editor and ra-
dio talk shows provide clear In-
sights on the muddled thinking
of ~.i much of middle America
In our myth lies reality, if we
are to believe the evidence pro-
vided by these two specialized
sourcec.
For proof we offer the tumult
on the air waves and the edi-
torial pages over the "confron-
tation" between President Nixon
and labor at the recent AFL-
CK) convention on Miami Beach,
THE MYTH that persists is
that American Labor (George
Meany) and capitalism (Dick
Nixon 1 are in conflict as evi-
denced by the ru soess Bhown
the' President when he spoke
before the convention.
Reality is that the differ-
ences are about as great as that
between General Motors and
Chrysler in the chase for the
American dollar, inflated or de-
flated.
hkality Ls that on the great-
est issue of 111 i Im is the war
in Vietnam Big Labor is
closer to Richard Nixon than any
other group In our nation and
he properly thanked his i
I pi that on die very daj they
were so rude,
"When the d cision (to go In-
to i lambo ia I was announci d a
gn al majority ol the
of the pn ai and TV, a n ajoi itj
of Am busin asm in, a
irity of A i Inti llect-
ual leaders, a majority of Amer-
i a'a editoi ial writers, opposi I
that decision. Von supported ii
and I am most grateful for that
support," saul Hi. Pn sidenl to
Labor al its convention last
week.
I'M si kk you didn't miss the
fact thai it was America's busi-
n 'ssmen, nol labor, which oj>-
posed the Cambodian venture.
Without the labels you sure
can't tell the players around
here.
Nixon and Meany aUo have
been allied until recently in con-
tinuing and stimulating (he cold
war, as well as the dirty hot
one iii Asia, dreaming together
of the myth of a monolithic
Communist threat whereby Red
China and Red Russia take OVi r
the world.
PRESIDENT Nixon seems to
have he, n jolted into reality hut
old I '< trge continues to listen
to old Jay Lovvstone. the ex-
Communist i>~s ol the United
States (SO long ago no one even
remembers il I, who continues to
set official labor's foreign policy,
So, while the President has
moved "left," as it i~ laughing-
ly describ by the John Birch
Society, Big Labor keeps it- reel
firmly planted, refusing to be
budg I beyond 1911 the year
we went Into World War I
and actually backing into
when the difference between
!' Hei bert Hoover and
the Al-'; a ler, Wil im < Sreen,
It to dist inguish as
todi j
THOSE WITH long memo
or a knowledge of Amei
labor history would find it dis-
turbing, as i did, to walk through
the wall-to-wall old. mostly fat
men in the Americana. Tin J
are the mil heirs of the d ad-
ening '20 s, and look it.
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
American Ial
where the Marxisl rev
who still believi in thecM
struggle and dia i tical mate*
alism put it Ii :
be. n so anestl
1st bribery thai il
rated as the cl
ary force Mart
as I watche
friends and ai |
them*
ahrimp. Bros*
in bacon tthis n i< al
tadrut cockta
gales, where el
gallons of b oz- the man
kept crying. 'What vulo
was difficult imasinii
clii.ibm the """
thai food in thi
But middle Vn
Ol Ults any min ind the ""
writers, conjurii up W\
of old George
troops CJerrj Wu I al 52 .
youngest man on the I
Counclll against i
system, continui to
war that doesn'1 e\ '
"LABOR T -i Lr!j
Slaves," "Me
A Fall."
Inflation." "1
Economy." W
Power Of Unii
ated Need Foi
one dav :
who write i.
The hell ol i- ;- JJJ
headings thai
daied back i
should be frightening^
that nei.be, <
or muddled America n*
,.,i anything sine *"


|Cv, December 3, 1971
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Friday, Decent i
STATE OF
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DEDICATED TO THE 23rd ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
It there a bettor way to celebrate Chanukah than at the Israel Bonds Chanukah Festival at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall? Where else can you find such a feast of entertainment! Where
else could you so completely capture the joyful meaning of this holiday for the rebirth- of
Israel?
Proudly Presenting
the world-reknowned
JAN PEERCE
leading tenor of the
Metropolitan Opera,
concert stage -
and television
headlining the
3ctUve-StM fufUM
with Barnett Breeskin
and the Festival Orchestra
Joey Russell
celebrated interpreter of American Jewish humor
the Cantors' Association in a gala holiday program.
Barnett Breeskin
Joey Russe
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL SUNDAY, DEC. 19 8 P.M.
PLEASE NOTE
We invite you to join in the Chanukah Festival through the purchase
of Israel Bonds. You can get free reserved tickets for the Festival
when you buy an Israel Bond.
Without a doubt, theChanakah Festival of 1971 will be the greatest
celebration for Israel in the history of our community. It will reflect
a growing, resolute Israel in the 23rd year of her statehood and the
bond which has been fashioned between Greater Miami and an Israel
reborn.
To the men and women of Israel the Maccabees of our day "J
to the friends of Israel in Miami and the world over, our best wishes
for a Happy Cbanokoh.
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icry,
December 3, 1971
+Jenisfi Meridian
Page 7-A
[led Magen David Launches
Campaign For Bloodmobiles
in intensive effort to secure
Is for the purchase of six
imobilcs for Israel's official
Cross agency has been launch-
I in South Florida by the Amcr-
Red Magen David for Israel.
Announcement of the drive was
kde by Samuel Reinhard, Florida
fte chairman of the organiza-
and David Coleman, president
w Miami Beach chapter. Rabbi
Landau is president of the
toter Miami chapter.
According to Coleman and Rein-
, Israel faces a critical need
bloodmobiles as the Marcus
Her. Israel's major blood bank
lity, is undergoing a major re-
ading process. Only substitute
the center, named in honor of
late Col. David (Mickey) Mar-
is mobile bloodbanks.
fe.ieh bloodmobilc is used to col-
irom volunteers throughout
Jewish state, and to dispense
*4L
soi
Continued From Page 4-A
|rer, 18 months to two years
baity is an excellent bet for the
krminal period, after which the
nine.se will begin deploying op-
|rational ICBMs capable of
paching the most vital and re-
m- st nerve centers of the So-
ft Union. Since we know about
he first Chinese test, further-
more, it must be presumed that
(he Soviets also know about it.
THAT .MEANS, beyond doubt.
hat the warning bolls are ring-
Ig in the Soviet defense minis-
irium with almost deafening
rsistency. Lin Piao and all
Chinese equivalents of our
pree chiefs of staff of the
irmed services, have fallen
pom power and very probably
That leaves the Soviets
i'h no hope of any alternative
.wrnment in Peking that might
fo business on Moscow's terms.
Prime Minister Chou En-lai
now the unchallenged leader,
hnder Mao Tse-tung. Prime
Minister Chou En-lai was the
nan who turned toward the
tatted States precisely because
B*' was not, and is not, ready to
|<:> business on Moscow's terms.
INo threats will change a man
!nke Chou, either,
so CHINA'S Independent nu-
I lear iwwcr range is no longer
Ifven imaginably negotiable; yet
is ('liina's independent nuclear
T that the Soviets regard
Us intolerable. Furthermore, this
lependent Chinese nuclear
lower is now going to reach a
luite new stage in a very short
time, thereby greatly increasing
the orders of risk for the So-
lets, If the Soviets rea'ly want
'" launch a surgical strike, what
nay be called the "now-or-never
point" will thus most probably
be reached at some time in 1973.
To most people in this flac-
eidly complacent country, all
In- may sound like the lan-
guee-e of a nightmare.
BUT IN COLD hard fact, the
Soviet military preparations on
the Chinese frontier to date
have cost the equivalent of at
leasl &;o billion, if the costs are
mulated over the last six
- So would any sane gov-
ernment, when already hard-
ed for funds, invest $fiO
billion to no purpose whatever?
N'o doubt there are some peo-
ple in Moscow who do not want
;" do what the Soviet defense
mmisterium has so long been
getting ready to do. These peo-
ple may win the final argument
>n the Kremlin. But the fact had
hotter be faced that a truly
breathless moment in world his-
tory is pretty near at hand.
DAVID COlfMAN
blood wherever and whenever it
is needed, particularly in time of
civilian or military emergencies.
Bloodmobiles are fully equipped
with refrigerator compartments
used to collect, store and freeze
blood. There are two cots in each
vehicle, radio communications and
a portable testing laboratory.
Cost of each bloodmobilc is $14.-
000, including shipment to Israel,
Benjamin Saxe, national director
of the American Red Magen David
for Israel lauded Reinhard and
Coleman for undertaking the fund-
raising campaign "in view of Is-
rael's emergency request for blood-
mobiles."
State headquarter! for the or-
ganization have been established
at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Acs my, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach. Reinhard, who is
senior vice president of the Hebrew
Academy, asked for volunteers
to contact him there.
Sen. Fred Harris Is
Guest Speaker For
Dec. 12 JNF Dinner
United States Sen. Fred R. Har-
ris of Oklahoma will be the guest
speaker as hundrrr's of Jewish
community leaders join the Jewish
National Fund at their annual din-
ner, which will he held at the- Fon-
tainehWu Hotel, Sunday, Dec. 12
at 6:30 p.m.
Former Miami Bea-h Mayor Jav
Dermer. president of the Greater
Miami Jewish National Fund, is
chairman of the event.
A snociaJ program celebrating
the 70th anniversary of the Jew-
ish National Fund, (the Karen
Kaycmethi will be presented.
A staunch defender of minori-
ties. Sen. Harris, was one of the
most active members of the Presi-
dent's National Ar'visory Commis-
sion on Civil Disorders, which re-
ported the urban riots of 1967. His
newest book, "Now Is The Time,"
which was published in April, 1971,
proposes a coalition joining Amer-
icans of various backgrounds.
Senator Harris, one of the Sena-
tors who led a movement in the
Senate to do away with the senior-
ity system, was chairman of the
Democratic National Committee in
1969, and only recently withdrew
from the race as a candidate for
the Presidency of the United
States.
David Pinski Culture Club
Holds First Oneg Shabbos
The David Pinski Culture Club
will hold its first Oneg Shabbos
Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria, 1450
Drexel Ave.
L. Lasavin. educator and author,
who recently returned from a
two-month trip in Israel will speak
on the subject: "Impressions on a
Visit to Israel." The program will
include Fishl Nashkin, popular hu-
morist, and Hilda Zueker, folk-
singer, in a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs, accompanied by
Paul Yanovsky on the mandolin.
Youth Participate In Sabbath Service
Beth To rah will honor last year's
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs Saturday
morning. Participants in the serv-
ice will include Debra, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Brautman;
Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hockman; David son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Knoble; Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wal-
let, and Albert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Wolowitz.
Beth Torah's Hebrew School
Choir including AcMna Adler, Car-
ole Amster, Maxine Aiken, David
Dennis, Susan Dennis, Alan Gold-
berg, Andrea Goldberg, Mark Gold-
berg. Michael Goldberg, Jay Muss-
man. Maria Mussman and David
Renzer, will also join in this
service.
In order to have students in-
volved as much as possible, Rhon-
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bert Parker and Melissa, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Siesser have
oeen appointed to the religious
school board. Both are members of
the Hebrew Department.
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Friday. December 3,
Beth Torah To Dedicate
Youth Synagogue Center
Tiddler' Proceeds
Earmarked for ORT
Engineering School
The Southeastern V 1 o r i da
Rejrion of Women's American
ORT will s|K>nsor a benefit per-
formance of "Fiddler On The,
Roof," Wednesday evening. Dec.
15, at the Sheridan Theatre.
Mrs. Leonard Peohenik. presi-
dent, has announced that all pro-
reeds will be given towards the
ORT School of Kngineerine.
which will be erected on the
campus of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Fritzle Leit, regional
chairman, urges ORT members to
support the movie project and to
purchase their tickets at the ORT
office. Rased on the international
musical, the Mirisch-Oartiei- pro
duction was produced and directed
by Academy Award winner, Nor-
man Jewison. and stars Topol as
Tevye.
Beth Torah Congregation, North
Miami Renth. will reach a mile-
stone in its history by dedicating
its Youth Synagogue Center Sun-
day. Dec. 12, at 11 a.m.
This building, ihe only one of
its kind in the Southeast region,
will be used by the youth of the
Congregation and of the commun-
ity. Tiny will be able t<> hold their
dances, plays, and leisurely "to
do their thin',-'' throughout the
y^ar.
Eeth Torah points with pride
to this air-conditioned facility.
which has a cial lounge of over
1 > |ua feet furnished with a
i table | ing-pong tab! \ TV
, hair.-, sten > system,
a -. npl< ti kil :h n a Youth direc-
tor's office, a tage and an audi-
torium large enough to seat ap-
I roximat) ly 330 persons.
The Congregation has gone to
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+Jewisti tturtdtan
Friday, D-^ember 3,
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAL
The Battle's Far From Finished
BY A SLENDER MARGIN of 28 votes, the Con-
gress of the United States has, for the present,
turffe'd back one more effort* TS"fflcburage prayeW*"""
in the public schools. The skimpi-
ness of the nay count and the ex-
plosive nature of the issues would
suggest that the battle is far from
finished.
For if only 162 of the 435 mem-
bers of Congress can find the cour-
age to vote against a proposal pos-
ing such a threat to the First
Amendment as we come near the
200th anniversary of the founding of this nation,
we should expect renewed attempts by those now
defeated to press the lawmakers for passage of the
ill-conceived proposition.
As was the case when the Supreme Court
ruled against public school prayer and when Con-
gressman Becker and Senator Dirksen practically
staked their reputations on efforts to circumvent
the couot decision, so the months ahead will surely
see new. broader-based campaigns to move ahead
with an amendment. And an American people
desperate for antidotes for the poison of crime and
lawlessness, a fearful segment of the population
convinced that only praying in public can over-
come the horrors of "Godless Communism" will
grind out letters and engage public relations ex-
perts and ring doorbells in the campaign.
Any objective student of the concessional j.
bate would surely know that passage 0f the
ment would not only set an example for 2
assaults upon the keystone of the Bill of Ri?h,
the sheltering First Amendment but would ~ I
courage troublemakers to disrupt classrooms J
embolden school board members and zealous tea*
ers to move beyond the legislative c^-ant. Had tJ
amendment prevailed, it might well turn out tlu!
the questions of who were to pray and how ,J
were to pray and when they were to pray at schw
functions and other public functions would beooa,
of more consequence than the actual business J
hand.
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Carl Alpert
A Look At The Knesset
THE CITIZENRY OF Isuaki. does not have a very
high opinion of its parliamentary body, the Knesset.
But then, that is probably a reflection of the attitude of
the Knesset toward its public. Not long
ago the Labor Party suggested the open-
ing of parliamentary offices where mem-
bers of the Knesset could receive citi-
zens and hear their complaints. One of
the distinguished members of that august
body exploded with indignation.
Must members of the Knesset waste
their time talking to individuals, he said
in effect. Citizens will come with all
' BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Books On Israel
IT APPEARS THAT EVERY editor and publisher
is under a compulsion to have on his list at least
one book on Israel or Israelis. If the author is an
Israeli, such a book receives top
billing and a sizeable advertising
allotment, j. l. Talmon, a pro-
fessor of history at the Hebrew
University is one of Israel's lead-
ing doves. His Israel Amm.iik The
Nations (The Macmillan Co.,
$5.95i is misnamed since it is
composed of three essays, tenu-
ously related to each other. The
iiird essay gives the book its title. This essay is by
far the best of the three and the only one that
might have any interest for the general reader.
Profesor Talmon's work displays extensive re-
search and a vast knowledge of 19th Century revo-
lutions and counter-revolutions and many obscure
Jewish participants in them. However, the first es-
say suffers from too numerous quotations, esoteric
bits of information and statistics, and a potpourri
of unrelated revolutions. The second has a collec-
tion of adages, aphorisms, and quotes which Talmon
must have collected on 2 x 5 cards over the years.
His sentences run to as many as 11 lines and he
often violates an elementary rule of grammar that
a sentence should contain simple or connected state-
ments. Interspersed in the foregoing are some in-
teresting comments on Moses Hess and Theodore
Herzl.
In the final essay, from which the footnotes
Have unfortunately been omitted, Talmon indicts
some Labor Zionists and others on the Zionist Left
for failure to understand the Arab problem. He is
critical of some of the myths about Weitzman and
the kibbutzim. The essay was written prior to the
spring of 1971 and his judgment, typical of Ash-
kenazi thinking, that the Oriental Jews would not
rise against the Establishment has been proven
faulty. Israel's internal problems are as great, if
not greater, than her external ones. Talmon indicts
Israel and the Arab states for their conviction
that diplomacy consists of "bazaar haggling."
Golda Meir is being memorialized if not im-
mortalized by the harvest of biographies which are
appearing. After Marie Syrkin and Eliyahu Agress,
we now have Peggy Mann's Golda (Coward, Mc-
Cann & Geoghan $5.95). Golda Meir, Labor Zionist,
girl, wife, mother, grandmother, diplomat, politician,
friend, statesman, Israeli emissary par excellence
and indomitable idealist is depicted with a tender-
ness, lachrymosity and saccharine professionalism
that makes the book a tear-jerker. In the author's
zeal to glorify and magnify Golda, historical and
other events remain half-told. This pragmatist and
cynical Zionist fears that angel wings are about
to sprout forth from Golda's shoulders to match the
already growing halo about her head.
their silly problems, like a leaky faucet or a smelly creek.
A Knesset member must do important things like, say,
meeting with Workers' Committees, or making appear-
ances at public meetings.
Of course that particular member, age 65. was born
in Russia and came to Israel in 1929. His personal experi-
ence with democracy can not be said to be comprehensive.
At a time when everyone in the country was being
called upon to pull in his belt, and exercise restraint in
the matter of wages, the Knesset did not hesitate to
vote itself a fat rise in salaries.
Members of the Knesset enjoy an almost ironclad
immunity against civil or criminal suit. It is said that one
member has collected over 100 parking tickets and sim-
ply laughs at them. Laws are for the commoners to obey.
All this is a result of the fact that a Knesset member
is not beholden to the voters and need not be responsive
to them or their wishes. They did not elect him. He
was put on the list of candidates by the party boss, and
the voters merely ratified the party list. This gives the
party leadership almost complete control of their mem-
bers. Occasionally a Knesset member may vote accord-
ing to his conscience, or according to what he thinks the
public wants, but as a result, his name is dropped off the
list in the next election!
Factionalism is intense. The last few Knessets have
been composed of representatives of 12 parties. That's
not as bad as the forerunner of the Knesset, the Elected
Assembly (Asefat Hanivcharim), which was the shadow
parliament of the Jewish community during the British
mandate. The Assembly had during some six years of
its existence, a participation all at one time of 26 differ-
ent parties, chosen from among the 30 who had contested
the election! Many of those who had been the leaders
of that body later became the leaders of the first
Knesset of the State of Israel which explains much.
When there are tense issues, there is lots of shouting
and heckling from the Knesset floor. Once a member was
carried out bodily by ushers when he refused to yield up
the speaker's rostrum. His disappointment was intense
when he learned that the photographers whom he had
altered in advance, had not succeeded in getting any
"good" pictures.
Mast tense day at the Knesset was on October 29,
1957, when a demented Israeli threw a bomb from the
balcony down onto the Cabinet table. Five Ministers,
among them David Ben-Gurion and Golda Meir were
hospitalized.
Since then, spectators in the balcony watch the pro-
ceedings through a thick glass window. However, the
television camera wide angle lens roams the floor, and
television viewers at home can not only see who reads
the newspapers during the speech-making, but also note
how pitifully sparse attendance frequently is. Sometimes
there may be 20 or less members in attendance, out of
120. But of course there is no way the voter can express
his edsapproval, except by writing letters to the editor
of his favorite newspaper.
Between You and Me
By BORIS mi
The Jews And Art
(Copyright (c) 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
pHE JEWISH PEOPLE have contributed to I
world a great deal in ethical culture, astr
medicine and music in the ancient times.
they were practically non-easta
in the arts of painting and
ture.
Today, we can boast of n]
modern Jewish painters like
liani, Chagall, Mane-Katzand3l
tine, and also of great sculpts!
like Jacob Epstein. Jacques ]A
chitz, Henrico Gluvnchtein. Beil
ard Reder and Nathan Rapjxwr.l
We speak with pride of Mark Antokolski withwtml
the historical record of Jewish sculpture viniaij
began in the second half of the last century. Bl
we have nothing to show in Jewish pictorial nil
plastic art in ancient times when art wasalratl
developed in Egypt and Persia and even in *l
Middle Ages. All that is known of Jewish art i\
those periods is limited to ceremonial subjects.
Jewish pictorial art not including illurai|
tions of Haggadas, Megillas and other religwi|
books came actually into being in the last,
tury, when Moritz Daniel Oppenheim was the I
unbaptized Jew to achieve a more than fleeti
success as a painter. As a youngster, he was ]
mitted to make copies of genuine works by Rapl
Leonardo da Vinci and other old masters. He I
presented a series of paintings on purely Jet
themes which gained him lasting fame. 0ne1
these, 'A Jewish Wedding," can now beseenint|
Jewish Museum in New York.
He was succeeded by a number of other stol I
Jewish painters who left their mark as "Jewisa 1
Impressionists." They included Joseph I Meyer de Haan. Lazar Krcstin. Isidore Kaufmttl
Maurycy Gottlieb, Samuel Hlrszenberg, Mauricyl
MinkovskI all of whom painted on Jewi*|
themes.
In the period of the great French Impress* I
ists and great innovators who stormed thebasuWI
of post-Romantic academies in the second half|.
the 19th Century, Jews emerged as great P8^""!
in every country. In France, there was the gr
Camille Pissaro who was one of the main theoreti-
cians of Impressionism. In Germany, there were t
famous painters Max Lieberman and Lesser Iff-1
In Holland, there was Josef Israels; in ''*
Serafino da Tivoli; in England. Sir William Ro"j
stein; in Russia. Isaac Levitan; in Sweden. Erm I
Josephson each of whom played an ir
role in the evolution of modern art.
The reason why the Jews came so late I
the field of art is to be found in the Ten Con^
ments. There is the Commandment which proni I
uncompromisingly the making of "graven ""f^l
The pagan environment, where images were P I
to worship, was clearly behind this prohibit'0
Even today, you cannot see in Israel a tf
any of the fathers of the Jewish state '' '
Chaim Weizmann, David Ben-Gurion, or
runners on any of the city squares or i
lie places under the open sky. There are
their fo* I
other l>
streets in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa anJa]jWij
cities in Israel named after Jewish person
but no monuments with the images of tn ^
sonalities, although you can find busU falBj.
leaders in private homes of libt>ral-miiH- lies. In religious homes, the tradition of
Commandments banning images still prev
ails-
Tilli Mi | I


December 3, 1971
I'Jen'Ist) Hcredftann
Paae II-A
letters to the editor
Theodore Bikel Stars
Theodore Bikel will star in a
children's program of drama and
songs on NBC Television Net-
work's "Internal Light" colorcast
Sunday. Dec. VI. The special, writ-
ten by Marc Siegel. is titled "Oil
For But One Day."
Based on an idea by Bikel. it is
keyed i" the Jewish eight-day ob-
servance of the Festival of Lights,
which commemorates the Macca-
bees' victory over the Syrian King
Antiocluis.
{. The Jewtoll Floruliaii:
i, the Middle Bast appears
ft. Ii is like watching a
i ,. ij inexorably reach-
trescendo In that part of
\ u hen t-'ns ol thousands
men. the cream of the
U be killed or Injured. The
Msts are Israel, a belea-
spu! of a little nation with
an,,n of three million, with
to the Mediterranean,
hundred million Arabs.
In.I reinforced by the great
If the Soviet Union BUT-
Israel on the other three
rnelis are deeply concern-
the possibility of another
ol lighting. The mood i.
tension and even fear, vet
I d exists that the results
her war will be the same
List an Israel victory.
L'nited States help Israel
facing a terrific struggle
alone and against what
be impossible odds.
'nited States diplomacy in
die Kast has been dreadful
kennceived, and not tinlike
! mam. When the United
Imuiieii the opportunity to
I Vswan Dam for the
. ;i vacuum was created
p-as quickly filled by the
The So\ let Union built
|iu and as could have been
il, its influence in the
East now reigns supreme. I
.- been the ambition of
throughout centuries to
-- one way or another,
v.ist territory as well as
I idlng bodies of water
ambition has been attaui-
cannot help but disagree >
?res\ lent Nixon's Mideast
Since he fails to acknow-!
that the real problem in
> the presence of the i
II nion.
\\. with a democratic form
tinmen) resembling thai of \
states, i-. deeplj grate-
I ill it has received from
eople. i lowever,
11' time for President
aid to renege on
i maintain a bal-
t> ent pow it In the
-l. Such a balance
M-i when the Soviet
to the aid ol Ej
Id rs ami the most :
weaponry the world
i'ii.
(aircraft railed the "Foxbat"
b> Russian soldiers is cap-
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Ites Phantom jet, Israeli ex-
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de it a severe blow to the
r States argument that Is-.
plains air superiority over
' ? FMC ESTIMATES*1 ? T
I the A labs despite continuing
' Soviet deliveries of these aircraft
to Egypt. This amounts to a di-
rect intervention by the Russians
in the .Mideast. Such a tactic
could bring disaster to Israel and
its people, and possible regretful
consequences to the l'nited states
as far as its influence and rela-
Itionship with the nations of the
Middle East is concerned.
Egyptian 1'ie.sident Anwar Sa-
dat remains inflexible. He has
, been given every opportunity to
modify his "all or nothing" atti-
, tude. but to no avail. He makes
i no concessions. He wants Israel to
meet every one of his demands
and absolutely refuses to negoti-
ate with Israel across the jieaee
table. He now prepares his troops
for the coming battle, combining
military threats with |>oIitical ex-
hortations. One is likely to infer
from his behavior that it was
Egypt and not Israel that was
Victorious in the 10(17 War.
President Sadat's message sent
i to President .Nixon warning him
that any American surface-to-sur-
face missiles sent to Israel would
j Ik "a very serious escalation ol
the Middle Last Conflict" is the
height of audacity hotdering on
stupidity;
Sincerely yours,
III!. KANNON SHEINMAN
Miami Peach
EDITOR, The Jewish I'loridian:
Although there are many of us
who deplore and fear bloc voting
there are now urgent considera-
tions which seem to over-ride our
usual hesitancy to vote as a Jewish
bloc.
The prime consideration of
course, is the past, immediate and
future peril which faces the Statt
of Israel and thus Indirectly
threatens American Jewry as well.
One .statesman, Sen. Henry Jack-
son, who recently announced his
candidacy for the '72 Presiden- i
tial race, is probably one of the !
few men in national i>olitics who,
has made a valid appraisal of Is-1
reel's needs and stands ready to
supply these needs. Unhappily,
few Jews are even aware of this
candidates pro-Israel views and
efforts.
The Florida primary in March
is thought to he a crucial one and
because the Jewish population of i
Florida is heavily concentrated in i
Dade County, we have an unusual
opportunity to make ourselves
heard all over the nation and per-
haps even alter the Stream of
: history.
One can only hope that the
Greater Miami Jewish community
will In- cognizant of this opportun-
, itv aiiii chOOSe the candidate who
I offers help for Israel and help for
America to find itself.
MRS. BURTON OREEN8TEIX
North Miami
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Section B
remier Golda Meir To Address
nited Jewish Appeal Conference
[olda Moir, Prhno Minister of, leadership from the Greater Miami
State of Israel, will addres:
I United Jewish Appeal's (UJA)
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golda mum
Inual conference Saturday eve:
ng. Dec. 11. in New York, UJA
ncral chairman Edward Gins-
has announced.
[a select group of campaign
Jewish Federation will attend the
two-day session which launches
the 1972 nationwide campaign to
raise funds in support of humani-
tarian programs for immigrants
arriving in Israel, and for needy-
Jews in some 30 countries around
the world.
The Conference, which runs from
Dec. 10 through 12, will be at-!
tended by more than 2,000 rep-
resentatives from 250 communi-
ties. In addition to the many Is-
raeli guests attending, most of the I,
major Jewish organizations in the
country will be represented.
'The fact that Golda Meir has
chosen to address the representa-
tives of the American Jewish com-
munity at this conference indi-
cates the enormity of the task
ahead of us in 1972. Her presence
is urgent testimony to the needs
of the people of Israel at this time,'
Mr. Ginsberg commented.
Also appearing at the conference
will be Aryeh Dulzin, treasurer of
the Jewish Agency: Moshe Rivlin,
director-general of the Agency;
Samuel Haber, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee; Gottlieb Hammer,
executive vice chairman of the
Observers Differ On
4ssassination Effect
i
JKRUSALEM (WNS) Is-
Bielj observers differ on how
he assassination of Jordan's
' ier Wasfi el Tal would af-
Bct Israel. Tal was shot by
tree gunmen, believed to be
'all >iinians, outside his Cairo
jtoteL
Most observers believed that
Ta death was a "severe blow"
lo Arab unity and attempts to
koonlinate military activity
^gainst Israel. Others saw it as
"serious set-back" to plans
ung Hussein is believed to have
had to reach a peaceful settle-
nent with Israel.
In New York, the Conference
of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations said the
Premier's death contributed to
the wave of turmoil in the Arab
world and was a cause of "deep
concern" for the rapidly deterior-
ating situation in the Middle
East.
Israel's Ambassador to the
U.S.. Yitzhak Rabin, speaking at
the 48th annual convention of
the National Committee for La-
bor Israel, said Tal's assassina-
tion "shows what kind of
brotherhood they (the Arabs)
have and how careful Israel has
to be when dealing with the
Arabs. We are dealing with a
society in convulsion that has
not achieved the values of the
United States or Israel," he said.
Federations Warned Not To
Try To Purchase Control
United Lsrael Appeal, and panels
of Israeli immigrants and profes-
sionals working in the field of hu-
man needs in Israel.
The UJA supports the United
Israel Appeal, Inc., which main- i
tains extensive programs through'
resettlement and absorption of
Jewish immigrants in Israel; the
Joint Distribution Committee
which provides a wide range of
health, welfare, rehabilitation, ed-
ucation and cultural services for
needy Jews in countries around
the world, including Israel; the
United HIAS Sen-ice which pro-
vides for transportation of op-
pressed Jews and for their reset-
tlement in free nations other than
Israel; and the New York Asso-
ciation for New Americans which
assists Jewish refugees in the
United States.
ATLANTIC CITY (WNS)
Igudath Israel of America has is-
pied a warning to Jewish federa-
tions and welfare funds not to "at-
pmpt to purchase control over the
ducat tonal program of Jewish day
Schools."
The 1,500 delegates attending
fhe organization's 49th national
onvention adapted a resolution
^pressing appreciation for the new
swatvnoss of the central Jewish
fund-raising agencies to the fiscal
needs of the Jewish day schools
find grave concern" over the ex-
pressed demands of non-Orthodox
Jewish leaders that the federa-
*'ons must oversee the content of
he curricula of the schools to be
Funded,
Jewish education is not for sale
the highest bidder, and despite
their precarious financial condi-
l|'on, the Jewish day schools will
Ksist that funding from Jewish
federations will be channeled with-
out any attached control strings,"
the resolution warned.
Twenty-one communal organizations are sponsoring the
Women's Plea for Human Rights for Soviet Jewry with a
rally set for Monday evening at 8 p.m. in Miami Beach
Auditorium with Sen. Lawton Chiles as the guest speaker.
From left to right are Mrs. Burton R. Levey, president of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and cochairman of Women's Coalition on Human Rights
for Soviet Jewry; Mrs. Donald H. McCammon, representing
Miami Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women and sec-
retary of Women's Coalition on Human Rights for Soviet
Jewry; and Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman of the Council of
Mizrachi Women and cochairman of Women's Coalition
on Human Rights for Soviet Jewry.
The convention also expressed
concern over reports that religious
Jews from the Soviet Union were
being settled in non-religious com-
munities in Israel and called upon
the Israeli government to cease
such practices, sent a message of
encouragement to Soviet Jewry,
and announced the launching of
an international "crash program"
to educate Jewish communities
throughout the world about the
"true meaning of Jewish identifi-
cation."
Dean Rusk Addresses
Educators' Conference
Some 4,500 educators from the
11-state Southern region met ir
Miami Beach this week in the 76th
annual convention of the Southerr
Association of Colleges and
Schools. More than 9.000 aecred
ited and affiliated Institutions wen i
represented.
Headquarters for the meetinr |
were the Deauville and Carillo j
hotels. Speakers included for
mer Secretary of State Dean Rusk.
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*Jenist> ncrkHaun
Friday, Dece-Jjer
3. 1971
Mount Sinai Hospital's new Fred Ascher
Allied Health Careers Building, which will
be dedicated in 3 p.m. ceremonies Thurs-
day, Dec. 9, at the Hospital.
Mt.
Sinai
To Dedicate
Ascher Building Dec. 9
Presiding will be Alvin M G>ld-
berg, director of the hospital. Rabbi
Solomon Scliiff. chaplain ol Mum;
Sinai and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will deliver the
invocation.
I lication df a new building and
a 93 birthday celebration for a|
philanthropist will be combined in
i. pmonies at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital Dec. 9. M-unt Sinai's new
A i I Health Careers Building will
b named in honor of Frod As Jier.j
ed Chicago industrialist.
<>yd T. Christian, state Com-
in-iimr of Education will be the
prlr.cipal speaker at the 3 p.m. i
Th rsdaj dedication, whiah will be I
followed by a reception in the stu-j
loni lounge of the Ascher Build-.
in
The structure, a two-level, 4.3,-1
713-squan foot building, contains
classrooms, central
and teaching service
: I a Iministrative mo lull -
It lilt at a cost of $1.9
mi li in.
Following completion of the
b II ling earlier thi. year, Mount
tMlutl turned it over to M aini-
Dttde Junior College as b cen-
ter for instruction in allied
health ntudle*.
- in nursing, m
' bin lo y, medical i
Fershko Producing Fifth Edition Of
The Israelis Are Coming' Jan. 8
Shmuel Fershko, Israeli com- ins Peter F. H ... Assotjat
poser, will again produce the fifth the Jewish Natii .1 i/und J!
edition Of "The Israelis Are Com-
ing" which will feature Jackie
Ma-on mid the AyaJons at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, Saturday.
Jan 8.
A child prodigy and piano vir-
tuoso, Mr. Fershko showed his
talents as a composer at an early
age by writing an opera an.' many
classical compositions. He gradu-
ated from the Conservatory of
I Music in Warsaw and Academy in
Jerusalem, and was musical direc-
tor of Israel's proadcasting Sys-
I tern. Kol Israel I Voice of Israel)
I during and alter the estabosh-
i ment of the state.
Mr. Fershko came to the Inn- d
States on a scholarship sponsored
by Gen. David Sarnoff. His opera.
'Two Brothers.' baSC on the
Kennedy family, was produced at
the New York City Opera. His
works have been performed by
Hazel Scott, the Barry Sisters,
Lionel Hampton and the Ames
Brothers. He produced "It's Never
T< o Late For Happiness," which
received unusual recognition in
New Yoik City, and is often called
the George Gershwin of Israel."
Tickets for The Israelis Are
Coming" may be obtained by call-
ice,
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Dadeland Lodge Benefit
Dadeland Lodi 2846, B'ri
B'rith. will hold us benefit a
Hillel House o th< L'niwratj Miami campus Satuiday,
The evening w, _-in '.nti^:
H:30 p.m. cock- rrty. darxtf
and entertainer the TmK
Zion a capella undncfl
leadership of ".' ie FTsl &'
rector; Urea k I a.-t" -.\ ill be scngg
at midnight. Ticl i arc :ivauj(
from Lodge mt n.li or by raljjjg
Arthur Bloom.
oi i technology and operating room i
technology, with a combined en-j
roUment of 504 students, are now j
underway in the lirst semester of
operation at the new facility.
Representing Mount Sinai at
t In- dedication will be Samuel
Friedhind, prewidont; Max Oro- .
vitz, chairman of the board;
Leonard Wien, chairman of the '
tmikling eoinniiltee: Samuel llei-
man, chairman of the Ascher ,
Building subcommittee, and A.
Herbert Matties, architect.
Representing Miami-Dade will he
Col. Mitchell Wolfson, chairman
of the college's board of trustees,
and Dr. Peter Masiko. Jr., presi-
dent, who will introduce Mr.
Chi istian.
Samuel Gertner, executive vice
president of Mount Sinai, will of-
fer >ii dicator) remarks honoring
Mr. Ascher. He also will pay spe-
cial tribute to Mrs. Anna Breiuie,
Meyers In n ognition of her long
association with both Mount Sinai
and Miami-Dado, and hi r work in
connection with the Allied Health
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rJenisfi ThrHkir
Page 3-B
Rabbi, Mrs. Wein Honored
Guests At Mesivta Dinner
i and Mis. Borcl Wr-in will
guests <>t' hon r Sunday ni^'lit
the 11th annual dinner oi the
k lianii. Jacob Morlansky and Hy-
kn Calbut. an' s.-rvrng as co-
lairmen <>t the event
I'l'lv COUple will bo honored for
llii'i:' yews of dedication and con-
nu.'il ;t.ntributions to the enrich-
|pnt of the Jewish life of the
rater Miami community," it was
ported Rabbi Wein is spiritual
filer "' Both Israel Congreija-
i,i and has served as dean of
pn and head of the Hebrew fac-
t\ of the Mesivta for several
lai^.
The evening'* program will in-
*1<- an original cantata written
presented by the senior stu-
. entitled, "Our Rehbo."
eetings will be presented by
; Grundwerg. president of
"hool; Louis Memvitzor. the
liami communal leader Leon
3p!a:j has been named to the
biennial convention com-
iiliee of the National Jewish
/e:fare Board, according (o an
nouncement made by Mar-
^n L. Mandel, president of the
/B. The convention will be
id in Atlanta, Ga., April 12-16.
founder whoso name the school
boars, and Samuel Abramson.
president of the student bo y.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of the Mesivta, will also pay
tribute to RaBhi null Mrs. Wein.
In a report to the board of di-
rectors, Mr. ifrundwerg notei that
the Mesivta Ls the on:y Hebrew
-senior high school lor bovs in the
South combining an intensive pro-
cram of English and Hebrew
*>>< M-v rmidnntoa |,o sn|,|
are now in Israel, studying at uni-
versities and yeshiva there
Hadassah Groups
Meeting Monday
A number Of Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah groups are hold-
ing meetings Monday.
Stephen S. Wise Group will
meet at noon in the Algiers Ho-
tel. Mrs. Gertrude Sosna, presi-
J dent, announces. Mrs. Emanuel
j Mentz will be the guest sjieaker;
1 Judge Jason Berkman will also bo
featured on the program.
Morton Towers Group will meet
at 11:30 a.m. in the American
Savings Bank Building, 1200 Lin-
coln Rd. There will be a Chanu-
kah and grab-bag party to which
the public is invited.
lianna Sene-soh Group will have
a luncheon meeting at the Algiers
Hotel with Mrs. Jay Dermer as
the guest speaker.
Kadimah Group is having a
luncheon meeting at noon in the '
Singapore Motel. 9601 Collins
Ave., Bal Harbour. Chanukah >
candles will bo lighted, and the
film. "The Dream and the Deed" !
will be shown.
llutik/.nii Group will celebrate
Founder's Day Thursday, Hoc. 9.
at noon in the Eden Roc Hotel, j
Mrs. Sadie Herman, president, j
promises a gala afternoon with !
entertainment.
The Micmi Beach Chapter of Hadassah is
featuring antiques, bric-brac, manufacturers
close-outs, electrical appliances, new and
nearly new clothes for men. women and
children, furs and various imported items
in its recently-opened Boutique at 337 Lin-
coln Rd.. Room 203. Credit for tho grand
opening of the shop, which will be open
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5
pan., goes to (from left to right) the Mes-
dames Ida Lutsky, Janet Shapiro, Fay
Herman. Gertrude Freedman, Charlotte Rose,
director, Ann Kaufmann. Rose Rosanoff and
Rose Goidhammer.
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* Jew 1st Fhrkti&n
New Dimension In Teenage
Programming Is Announced
Friday, December
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami and Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, have1
jointly announced a new dimen-
sion in teenage programming
which will be under the direction
of Vivian Becker. YMHA teenage
program director. Coed programs
an.i groups are being formed and
organized to meet the many rec-
reational, educational and social
M ol the teenagers of today.
groups are forming for boys
Yiddish Poet Kerler
Speaks On Soviets
At Emanu-EI Dec. 7
Joseph Kerler, noted Yiddish
poel who moved to Israel from the
Soviet Union several montlis ago,
v. ill pn sent a lecture at Temple
Emanu-EI Tuesday at 7 p.m. un-
der the auspices of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Work-
men's Circle. Farband and Yivo.
Mr. Kerler will speak on the
plight of Soviet Jewry and read
from his poems of struggle and
protest which prompted frequent
conflicts with Russian authorities.
Cantor Zvi Adler will sing some
of Mr. Kerler's poems, which have
been set to music by Sholem
Secunda.
Among those who will extend
greetings to the fighter of Jewish
cultural survival in the U.S.S.R.
are Steve Remsen, chairman of
the Jewish Labor Committee of
Miami; Arthur S. Rosichan, execu-
tive vice president of Federation:
professor Isaac Fine and Max
Gleiberman.
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, gefilte fish, honey cake and other .
! "goodies" every Monday nighl at
1 the youth center. In addition Mike
Malloy. a published poet, will be
, teaching creative writing for those
teenagers who like to write.
A senior high lounge is open at
the temple's Youth Center, every
evening from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday '
through Thursday afternoons, from
from 3:30-5 p.m. Teenagers may
relax with their favorite records, ]
enjoy TV, pool, bumper pool, ping-
[>ong and other table games.
An "art experiment'* is offered
every Wednesday at 7 p.m. under
the direction of Susi Golden, who
will teach teens the art of candle
making, sculpture, collage and
ceramics.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
will conduct classes for teenagers
every Sunday morning in the
Temple Youth Lounge. He will
cover such subjects as "The Jew-
ish View of Sex and Marriage,"
"The Holocaust" and "The Origin
of Jewish Holidays."
All senior high teenagers in the
Miami Beach community are wel-
come to join any of the programs
or classes at the temple's Youth
Center. For further information
or registration call Temple Beth
Sholom, or Vivian Becker at the
YM-YWHA.
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United F\wd of Dade
County.
m.
I
"Raindrops" shimmering over a garden of
orchids will be the theme of the President's
Ball of the Mount Sinui Medical Center,
scheduled Dec. 18 at the Diplomat Hotel.
This artiats's concept of the ballroom which
will be decorated in hues of lavendar accent-
ed by silver, featuras the island in the mii
die of the dance floor from which Peter
Duchin's Orchestra will provide the music.
Tickets to the ball axe still available, bv
calling the Hospital's public relations office.
PASSOVER in ISRAEL: Depart March 22. Return April 12.
OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER takes pleasure in offering the "PERFECT DREAM TRIP.' Duetopo(k|
ular demand, after lengthy endeavors we have finally arranged this 22-day PASSOVKP. CRUISE
For the first time ever you will be able to board a luxury cruise ship in LISBON. Portugal & enjj
a Mediterranean Cruise at the most beautiful time of the year, with stops at the historic isle of MALTl
and the fascinating isle of SICILY.
The highlight of this cruise is that you will be celebrati ng PASSOVER in ISRAEL; what better tin*
of the year than for the FREEDOM FESTIVALS! You will be docked in beautiful HAIFA HARBOR
for the full PASSOVER HOLIDAY (9 days) with plenty of time to visit TIBERIAS. JERUSALEM
TEL AVIV, BETHLEHEM. GALILEE, etc.
Also included in this package is round trip air fare between Miami ft Lisbon to link up with the 2O.0M
ton fully air-conditioned luxury liner. We off er only FIRST CLASS CABINS with 2 lower beds with
private bathroom inside at $1339 or outside cabins at $1399. Accommodations are very limited.
We are now booking passage. Portuguese registn
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fjday, December 3. 1971
+Jewisli fhrifaficnn
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SALE! 3-PIECE TABLE AND CHAIR
SET FOR LITTLE HOMEMAKERS!
999
REG. 20.00
Rust-proof, lightweight set is
ideal game, snack or TV table
indoors or out. In red or avocado.
Table stands 16V*" high, 15" wide.
Two scooped, nestable chairs, each
19Vi" high, 13V%" wide seat.
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except pompano
THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS FLAIR
SALE! AURORA RACE SET
18"
REG. 33.00
Wildest model motoring layout yet
Includes two cars, 24 sections of
track, two racing speed controls,
posts, guards, much more!
SALE! LITTLE CARS 'N TRUCKS
099 REG. 6.00
10 assorted die cast metal cars and trucks
out of a large collection. First
quality miniatures, some with operative
parts. All made with washable,
non-toxic paint.
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REG. 25.00
Vinyl tee-pee stands over
6'tall. Built to take all
the rough play it's
bound to get. Large
enough to hold a
happy bunch of kids with
room to spare. A
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*Jen 1st fUrkfiam
Friday, December
3.1371
Circuit Court Judge Henry Balafcan, (right)
conducts swearing-in caremonies for the
newly elected members of the Miami City
Ccminission. Prrticipniing ware, from left,
Mis. Rose Gordon, Mayor David T. Ken-
nedy, the Rev. Edward T. Graham and J. L.
Flummer, Jr. Cor-.missioner Irwin G. Christie
did not have to run for re-election this vear.
Happenings...
Flagli ; lusurance Agency lias
i a i anted "manent insui -
anou .''i ih l c ntlj c implete!
Sutton Pla Vpai tmi nta 2 8
.' Hol'j wood, bj co-
owners Louis Mark andJohn
. oni. 1" ;i d iii ad 1 by l> n
Kaplan, i presents the Tra\ I-
t rs h hich has ov< r50 (i 0 ai
wo
! ; Niliona! Bank of Miami
is pleased to I hi ap-
l .: of Ernest J, Barber
h >nior \ i -. ent, Co n-
m Tcial 1 i n >nt. His
i i v> 11 ?nc
i isi exe nitivc vice
and president in banks
In \\ aco Ti x ; Jackson, Miss,;
Si Petersburg ai as presi nt
i itevar l National Bank of
Miami.
The election i t Balpti l>.
Kmtge to 'iii board of directors
i \ ; an Sa\ ings & L>an
A- ration ol M'ami !' >a h-has
l inm meed by Morris N.
Broad, p sident. Mr. Ki
i 'a- associated with the
s s \: Company for 45
j irs, v as a director and mem-
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uni ; his retirenv ut.
it
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i'u his new cantata, "Man From
Israel."
Imiups ll. -Iiic-iby. president of
A A Triangle Pransfer & Ware-
house Co., Inc., agents for Aero-
M ij-flower Transit Co.. has been
elected president County Movers & Warehouse-
man's Association for the c nn-
I i year. Mr. Jacoby, who lias
been vice president and secre-
tary of this organization, i~ also
a member ol the Mayl
Warehouseman Association,
\ it i nai Furnitun Warehous) -
man's Associal on, and the Latin
Ami ican & Caribbean Movers
\-->i :.. ion.
Judaic Club Meets Sundays
The Judaic Club of synagogue
teenagers, sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education anr! led
by Aron Ben-Aron, meets each
S inday night at Ahavat Shalom
Congregation, 985 SW 67th Ave.
The group, which lias a broad pro-
n of Jewish e lucation, Israeli
cultural and social activity, is af-
filiated with the National Confer-
once of Synagogue Youth. Inter-
ested persons between the ages of
1". and lti may contact Norman
Ftichman, educational director, for
additional information.
Young People Conduct
Service At Beth Am
The young people of Temnle
Beth Am will conduct the service
Friday at 7 30 p.m. The fourth
grade of the Religious School will
serve as ihe -choir of the month"
under >'o "ect'nn of Harriot Fot-
lock. The "Israeli Dancers," a re-
, Ugious school group, will perform
ja dance <>f worship, the "young
adult choir" will lead the congre-
gation in the Hebrew responses,
. with David Eisenman, a fourth
grader, serving as cantor.
Following the services, a panel
discussion on "Encounter Groups
Promises and Hazards" will be
' led by Dr. Samuel Greenberg. psy-
chiatrist, with psychiatrists Dr.
Bernard Tumarldn and Dr. Jack
Sldgen as panelists. As a basis for
the discussion, the loaders will
present brief demonstrations of
what happens in an encounter
group. The discussion is part of a
continuing series called The First
Friday." which takes place on the
1 first Fridav of each month.
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Photographic Essay Has A
Profound Effect On Viewer
By AR1E KKS1IKT, VisitIiik
Israeli Drama < rilir
I recently had the pleasure of
viewing the premiere showing of
the must absorbing and moving
audio-visual presentation on my
country that I have ever seen. "Is-
rael: The R ealit y and The
Dream," the creation of distin-
guished photojournalist and lec-
turer, Ronald Richard Kantor. is
a brilliant photographic essay that
gives one a feeling and under-
standing for "The Land" that I
never would have believed invi-
sible for anyone but a sabia.
To my great surprise, I saw in
it many things thai I. a native Is-
raeli and journalist, had never
seen before, and telt myself re-
sponding emotionally to familiar
subjects so beautifully and mean-
ingfully presented that I viewed
them a> If lor the first time. Know-
ing bow it movi d mi'. I can fully
appreciate Ihe profound effect it
had on the American audien e The
overflow crowd of close to 1.000
persons sat spellbound throughout
the 75-minute program at the
Rom j Pia/a en oying the more
ban 500 slides ol Mr, Kantor's
presentation.
The sensitivity of this fine pho-
tographer-journalists's eye provid-
ed the audience ith Imai
great beauty and power. Equally
impressive was the beautifullj
written and edited sound track,
embellished with an excellent se-
lection ol Jewish and Israeli
music, ami vcrj |
affects to,- th.
This effect nanced, however
cotium icon equipped Hh"a wl
tei audio system, i wu; I
have theoppon mi:> I
I superb show airain uml I
conditions. It's a heautif-j
and emotional e>
Sports Lodge To
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The B'nai B'rith Sports
'is holding its first members*]
brunch ai lu a.m. Sunaaj u A
Jefferson National Hank. 3
thur Godfrey Kit., accordii* >|
Paul B. Steinl eri n
Guest speakers will be Circa
' Court Judge Miitnn Ft
prominent 1
and Ira Hal
ketball team.
B'rith I
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Since this i- .1 new
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Friday, December 3. 1971
-Jewisli Fk>rid/fan
Page 7-B
IJA Mission Gets Bid For Support
TEL AVIV Moshe Rivlin. Di-
r, tor General Of the Jewish
Lgency, told a 400-member UJA
liudy mission hero, "There was
ever one case where we could
lave saved a Jew and didn't be-
lause of the lack of money, and I
lope it won't ever happen."
Describing the determination of
lews in Israel and throughout the
lorld to bring out Jews from
[ussia and other countries of dis-
tress at all costs, Mr. Rivlin called
fn the American Jewish commun-
Iv leaders to continue and in-
Temple Defends Publication
)f Delinquent Congregants
NASHVILLE, Term. IJTA)
in official of the board ot a lead-
lu R* form congregation her- has
rfended the publication in the
i> nagogue bulletin of the names of
longn gation members who were
Suspended becau.^' of non-payment
dues, Sigmund Held, public re-
itioiu chairman of the board of
'ongregation Ohabai Sholom, as-
ertcd that critics of the disclos-
hiv were wTOng it they felt that
luch members hai. not been dealt
(lth fail ly.
Mi. Held said such members
frere not "hardship-cases" and that
believed that those members
ilu objected to the disclosure
fait' more concerned than those
those names were mentioned."
He -aid the delinquent members
lied to give the board the cour-
lesy ol a reply to repeated efforts ,
it tact them, and action wasi
taken o:i recommendations of the
rogation's dues equalization |
Dintnittee, which said that failure
some congregants to meet their
tligations would mean that "those (
>l us who already contributed our '
In share toward the support of;
he temple, would have to con-1
ribute even more."
crease their aid in the rescue
operation of the Jewish People."
Touching on the problem of
poverty in Israel, he said. "We
can not afford to tell young boys
that we are one when it comes to
fighting at the canal, but we are
two when you go back home
that there is a gap. and there is
no decent place for you to live."
Mr. Rivlin pointed out that 90r;
3f the tax money is allocated for
defense needs. He explained that
full UJA support in the area of
traditional humanitarian responsi-
bility must be achieved or essen-
tial programs for immigrants may
have to be cut drastically.
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Friday's Service
Dedicated To ORT
Temple Beth Raphael will have
the first of it.-i
late s e r v i c e s.
Friday at 8:15
p.m.
Dr. David
Raab will speak
on the topic:
"T h e War
Clouds Over The
Middle East."
Cantor Saul H.
Breeh will chant
the liturgy, ac-
companied by
the augmente 1
choir under the direction of choir-
master, Eli Samuels.
This service will be dedicated to
the afternoon chapter of ORT. and
its president, Mrs. Flora Schuman.
will bring greetings.
Chanukah Candle Sale
Proceeds ForNCSYers
Proceeds of the first Chanukah
candle sale conducted by the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of the Na-
tional Conference of Synagogue
Youth will be used to finance the
transportation of those who de-
sire to attend the Southern Re-
gion convention in Charleston.
S.C., it has been announced.
The NCSY of Miami Beach has
this year endeavored to educate
teens who are unaware of the cus-
toms and mores of Judaism in bi-
monthly sessions held at the Cen-
tral 'Y.' It is also well known for
its community service.
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Judge Siegendorf
Assumes Duties
Former Miami City Commis-
sioner Arden M. Siegendorf has
assume." duties as Judge of the
Small Claims Court for Dade
County. He was sworn in during
impressive ceremonies at the Met-
ropolitan Justice Building.
Judge Siegendorf, the first ju-
dicial appointment of Gov. Reubin
O'D. Askew in Dade. was sworn
in my Circui' Judge Henry L.
Balaban.
A life-long resident. Judge Sie-
gendorf. 32, graduated from the
University of Miami in 1930 and |
received his juris doctor degree
from the University of Miami Law ,
School in 1963 after earning the
Roger Sorino Award as the out-1
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special assistant attorney general
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attorney general of Florida in
charge of the Miami office, and
served in that capacity until his
appointment to the City Commis-
sion.
Mrs. Solis-Cohen Speaker
Elfrida Solis-Cohen will speak
on "Early Jews in America" at the
Forte Forum, at 1 p.m. Tuesday in
the Forte Auditorium. 12 Ave. Mrs. Solis-Cohen has pre-
pared manuscripts ror the Amer-
ican Jewish Historical Society re-
lating to early Jews in America.
erited and indexed books for Yale
University Press, American Jew-
ish Committee and Harpers, and
edited and indexed books for Yale
Jewish and British Policies used
for exhibits by the U.N. Security
Council '.hen considering estab-
lishment of Israel.
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Barbara K. Blau, Seymour Frankfurt
United In Marriage Saturday, Nov, 27
Barbara Karen Blau became the
brine of Seymour J. Frankfurt
Saturday. Nov. 27, in Temple Is-
rael. Dr. Joseph R. Narot per-
formed the 6 p.m. ceremony; a
reception and dinner followed at
the Standard Club.
The bride, daughter of Dr. and
Morris H. Blau of Coconut Grove,
was graduated from Stephens Col-
lege and the Kastern Michigan
University and received her
Master's degree in Fine Arts from
tht University of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frankfurt of
Jamaica, N.Y., are the bride-
groom's parents. Mr. Frankfurt is
a graduate of State University of
New York at Buffalo, and is cur-
rently a senior at Bowman-Grey
School of Medicine in Winston-
Salem, N.C.
For her wedding the bride chose
a full length gown of imported
Erussels net accented with bands
of daisies.
Kathy Blau was her sister's
maid of honor, and Paul Springer
MtS. SEYMOU* J. fKANKfUKT
served as best man.
The newlyweds returned to
North Carolina where the bride-
groom will complete his studies.
JWV Auxiliaries Service Telecart
Mrs. Sally Levy, president of
the Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans,
will make her official visit to the
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary,
No. 174, at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. At
the close of the meeting, Claire
Greenwald, president, and Alex
Greenwald. senior vice command-
er of the post, will be honored on
the occasion of their anniversary.
The Auxiliary services the mobile
telephone at the Veterans' Hospi-
tal Saturday.
Mrs. Levy will also make her
official visit to Auxiliary No. 723
during the regular meeting in the
Surfside Community Center at 8
Children's Theatre Offers
$1,000 Prize For Play
For the 15th time, the Jewish
Theatre for Children is offering a
prize of $1,000 for the best full-
length play for children in English
on a Jewish theme, according to
Philip Kasakove, president.
Prize-winning manuscripts in the
annual golden pen playwrighting
contest are given a professional
production by the Jewish Theatre
for Children.
Manuscripts for 1972 competi-
tion must be submitted no later
than June 15, 1972. Rules may be
obtained from the Jewish Theatre
for Children. 426 West 58th St.,
New York, N.Y. 10019.
p.m. Wednesday.
Florence Grossman is hospital
chairman for Auxiliary 223, which
serves at the VA Hospital every
Tuesday and Friday. She is assist-
ted by Ruth Burman, president.
Jerri Bartlett, Luci Viola and vol-
unteers.
JWV Post and Auxiliary No.
746 will hold a paid-up member-
ship breakfast in the Washington
Federal, 633 NE 167th St., at 10
a.m. Sunday. The Auxiliary serv-
ices the telecart at the VA Hos-
pital Thursday, Dec. 9.
Temple Or Olom Sponsors
Social Group, Adult Ed.
Temple Or Olom will sponsor an
adult social group for single, wid-
owed or divorced adults in the 23
to 39 age group. Anyone interested
in joining the group may contact
Cindy Robinson or the temple
office.
Adult education classes will be
held at the temple every Wednes-
day evening. Next week's discus-
sion topic will be "Problems Fac-
ing Jewish Families Today." Those
interested in attending should call
the temple office.
Jfeuisft Hark/ton
Michelle Barkcrwitz
Engaged To Ian Roher
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barkowitz
of Coral Gables announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Mi-!
chelle, to Ian Roher, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Roher of
Toronto. Canada.
Michelle attene'ed Miami-Dade
Junior College and is now en- j
rolled nt Armstrong State College |
in Savannah. Ga., where she will
complete her studies for a degree
in dental hygiene.
Ian graduated from the Univer-
sity of Toronto and is now attend-1
ing Osgoode Law School in Toron-
to.
A June wedding is planned.
Lelchuks Announcing
Judith's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk.
201 NW 124th St., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Judith Helene. to Robert Alan
Zelko, son of Mrs. Arnold Levin. |
Sheffield Lake. Ohio, and William
Zelko of Cape Coral. Fla.
Judith, a graduate of North Mi-
ami Senior High School, is cur-
rently attending the University
of South Florida, where her fiance
is a graduate student.
Friday, December I
An August,
planned.
1972 wedding is
Ilene Kaslofsky,
Stuart A. Markus
Married Sunday
Ilene M. Kaslofsky. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaslofsky,
3143 NW Flagler Terrace, and
Stuart A. Markus, son of Mrs.
Rose Lamet and Alexander Mark-
us of Chicago, were married Sun-
day. Nov. 28. in a candlelight
ceremony at the Algiers Hotel.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of-
ficiated at the 7 p.m. rites. A re-
ception and dinner followed.
The bride's gown was Chantilly
lace trimmed with pearls.
Lucy Pardo was the maid of
honor, and bridesmaids included
Susan Kaslofsky, sister of the
bride, and Roberta Miller. Leon-
ardo Spitale was the best man.
Ushers were Jeff Kashlofsky, the
brother of the bride, and Robert
Winter.
The bride, a graduate of Miami-
Dade Junior College North, is ac-
ti\-e in B.B.G. The bridegroom, a
practicing attorney, is a graduate
of the University of Miami
School of- Law. He is a member
of Tau Epsilon Rho legal frater-
nity.
After a honeymoon in St. Thom-
as, the couple will live in Coral
Gables.
Royal Palm Reopens
Kosher Dining Room
The Royal Palm Hotel's kosher
dining room reopened this week,
with head chef Jimmy Karras be-
ginning his 19th year in that role
with the Miami Beach hotel, 1545
Collins Ave.
The hotel continues under the
ownership-management of Joseph
M. Rose, a past president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and former Greater
Miami chairman for Israel Bonds.
Karras win supervise international
kosher cuisine with the emphasis
on home-style cooking. The dining
room is open to the public for
brunch and dinner.
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JFCS CELEBRATING
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
The Jewish Family and
Children's ServiceMiami's
oldest social service agency
will celebrate its Golden
Anniversary with a dinner-
dance in the Americana Ho-
tel, Bal Harbour, Saturday.
The 8 p.m. black-tie event
will be preceded by cock-
tails at 7 o'clock, according
to Dr. Alan A. Lipton, pres-
ident. Mrs. Morton Silber-
man is chairman of the gala
celebration.
iCV
icers, charter members and founders of the Senior Citizens
jndship Club of North County Branch of the YM-YWHA
Greater Miami plan its 13th anniversary celebra-
. From left are William Kimmel, sergeant-at-arms and
arier member; Sarah Madison, president and charter
^rnber; Esther Klein, past president and program chair-
i, and Mrs. Fred Browne, a founder of the club.
*rs
snning the paid-up membership luncheon to be held
[ednesday noon by the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
(from left) Mrs. Leah Kafin, membership cochairman;
rs. Yvette Silberger, membership vice president; Mrs.
|orris Cohen, sponsor of the luncheon which will take
3ce in the temple's Sklar Auditorium; Mrs. Louis Cohen,
index of the Sisterhood, and Mrs. Carlton Blake, presi-
tat.
;torians Interviewed On New York TV
jgram Produced By The AJCommittee
5W YORK Two prominent
York historians have claimed
1 thf Jewish community has im-
a censorship on Jewish his-
is,
rof. Ismar Schorsch, assist-
profossor of Jewish history
Ihe Jewish Thc-oiogical Semi-
said "Too much attention is
to the anti-Semitic dimension
Jewish history, and not enough
CANTOR-EX-DIRECTOR
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or to Jewish creativity."
Leo Hershkowltz, professor of
history at Queens College, joined
Prof. Schorscn on the Ch. 11
"Jewish Dimension" program to
discuss how Jews have been per-
ceived and treated in works of his-
tory.
Po'h historian^ aereed that the
treatment of historians reflected
am policy of the Jewish commun-
ity, and also that the reason for
this self-imposed censorship was a
fear of criticism.
As an example of the reluctance
of other historians to discuss com-
mercial roles of the Jews. Prof.
Hershkowitz asked, "Why is it
such a little known fact that the
Liberty Bell was brought over on
a ship owned by Jewish mer-
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Dr. Gladys Rosen moderated the
program, which is produced by the
American Jewish Committee In co-
operation with WPEX-TV. and tele-
cast every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
Founded in 1906, the American
Jewish Committee, this country's
pioneer human relations organiza-
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protect the civil and religious
rights of people at home and
abroad, and seeks improved hu-
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Coral Gables BBW
Chapter Holding
Annual Auction
The annual auction of the Coral
Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will take place Sunday at
*>-30 nm. in the Israelite Center,
3175 SW 25th St.
"Proceeds help our members
make a positive contribution to
their communities in behalf of the
handicapped, the veteran and the
disadvantaged in all age groups,"
stated Mrs. David Hollander,
chairman.
All new merchandise plus hotel
weekends, dinners, shows, and
luncheons at some of the finest
hotels and restaurants are avail-
able for bidding. The public is in-
vited and there will be plenty of
free parking. Refreshments will
be served.
Another key event on the cal-
endar of the Coral Gables Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women is the holi-
day party for the mentally retard-
ed at Haven School on Dec. 12.
Mrs. Sam Kurland, philanthropy
chairman of District 5, is the
chairman. An afternoon of games,
gifts and refreshments has been
planned.
Oholei Torah Holds Brunch
To Plan Scholarship Event
The Oholei Torah Day School
will hold a brunch at 10 a.m. Sun-
day in the Waldman Hotel to plan
its annual Scholarship Dinner.
Cochairmen of the arrangements
committee, Drs. Eli Herschmann
and Aaron Katz, announce that the
dinner will take place at the Four
Ambassadors.
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The committee planning the Dec. 5 Mesivta Scholarship
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(standing) Mrs. Jerome Sideroff, Mrs. Jacob Kotler and Mrs.
Murray Rosenberg; (seated) Mrs. S. Louis Schwartz and
Mrs. Melvin Feit. Theme of the gala affair, which will honor
Rabbi and Mrs. Berel Wein, is "Creative Leadership in
Jewish Life Is Not Possible Without a Torah Education."
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Serendipity
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\\'!**? vr hear something wonderful that's happening to our
y Ai Columbia University, two graduates of Miami Beach High
S iooI Wayne Cyi>en. son of Judge and Hazel Cypen. and Stephen
^Nise Ungcr. son of Dr. Harold and Carol linger, were elected to Phi
*& ta Kappa. It must he remarkable, because just 13 were chosen out
p a class of 700. and Wayne and Stephen are next-door neighbors.
I you su))ose it's the homo environment or the air on DiLido Island?
More good news at the Cypens Bayshore Service Club i
a arded 'Boy of the Month." Oct. 1971. to Myles Cypen who is a
v !/. in debating. Coinci. entally. his brother Wayne, received the
r in- award, given to two boys and two girls each month, in October
oi wr.
to to to
The Greater Miami Chapter Myasthenia Gravis Foundation. Inc.
K as its president and founder. Tes- [Mrs. A. J. i Blaivas. This extra-
ordinary lady i whose sranddaiurhler ls afflicted with myasthenia
g avis i was hostess for the ninth time this year at a luncheon meeting ]
all o.r tin" old and new members this week in the Seacoast Towers
West.
to to to
A shipi>oard wedding will be the setting when Mrs. Sonja Krandall
p 1 Harry Zuckerman are wed Wednesday. Dec. 15. aboard the M.S. !
Southward docked at Dodge Island. A black-tie reception will follow
vr ceremony,
? to Judith and Benjamin Gindy and Marianna and James W. Qreen
ii' eo-ho oi their parents, Reyna and Alex Youngerman. The buffet party had
M 1U theme "Memories are Made of This," and the flower arrange-
- *< re mixed bouqmt-s with raised family pictures as focal points.
The ; its enjoyed a gay no-tal-ic evening. The Younermans' i
icchuten." Ruth (Mrs. Ah Shulman of Cleveland, flew in for the!
.sion. Ruth and Reyna have much in common besides their chil-
they're both artists.
to to
Returning home after an extended vacation are Cele and Bob
and James Abramson. it all began way hack in May when
tr > left for Israel to attend the wedding of Cole's and Bob's grand-
rhter, Karen Luria. Karen met Sabra Zvi Glass who was also
at the Hebrew University for his Master's degree in Bio- I
Chemistry, They wen- married at the Holy I^ind Hotel in Jerusalem.
embers of the family came from the U.S. to the weddim;.
Alii sightseeing in Israel for five weeks, the Abramsons flew
back i Kilt. .1 a cottage in New Hampshire Where they on.ioyed
- imer and Fall.
to to to
Bea and fsadore Wcinstein had a delightful Thanksgiving. Their
aughter Paula, son-in-law. Herbert Katz and children, Debra, age 13,
id David, age 9, were here for several days at the Font-nmeble.-ui
Hotel. The children are tennis buffs so they played every day Paula
i instructor in new math at Hofstra University and studying for
her doctorate at Columbia University.
Thanksgiving dinner was at the Weinsteins' Miami Shores home
ith 21 guests, and Bea cooked the dinner.
to -to -to
A party honoring Shoshannah Spoctor and her bran'new hua-
! H Milan Asnes, will take place Sunday at the Belle Pla/a Res- '
taurant. The students of Shoshannah's Intermediate Hebrew Class j
i-Dode College will host the affair. Mrs. Tillie Baum and Mrs.
ith Leif an' nchaii men,
Mrs. Stauber
Tea Being Hosted
Bv Mrs. Stauber
j
Mrs. Sherwin Stauber will host
a tea for the
committee plan-
ning the 10th j
annual midwin-
ter convention of i
N e s h e i Ubnos
Chabad Wednes-
day at 8:30 p.m. I
in her home,
."ViOO Chase Ave. ,
Rabbi Sholom |
B. Lipskar. the
speaker, will dis-1
cuss the conven-
tion, its aims j
and purpose. The convention i-
scheduled to take place Feb. 12'
to 14.
The planning committee work- ,
ing on the convention includes Mrs.
Morton Mayberg. Mrs. Abraham
Korf, Mrs. Sholom Lipskar. Mrs. i
Yit/ ehok Marcus and Mrs. Fischel
Katz.
Variety Children's Benefit
At Tropicaire Drive-In
The Suburban League will man
a "bargains salon1 booth" Sunday.
Dec. 12. near the refreshment
stand of the Tropicairs Drive-In.
All proceeds go to Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital to finance its in-
digent care program. Sale starts
at 8 a.m. an:'.' continues until 2
p.m. The early bird gets the best
buys.
First 'Chanukah To
Relay Festival9 Dec.
I!
The Jewish Youth Council of
Greater Miami, which is composed
of youth from United Synagogue
Youth, National Conference of
Synagogue Yduth, Southeast Fed-
eration of Temple Youth. Young j
Judea. B'nai B'rith Youth Orga-
nization and the YM-YWHA of|
Greater Miami, with Mrs. Vivian
Becker of the YMI1A as staff co-
ordinator, is planning Dade Coun-
ty's first "Chanukah Torch Relay
Festival" at Miami Beach Sunday.
Dec. 19, from 5 to 6 p.m.
This first torch relay festival is
being presented by the Jewish i
youth in celebration of the freedom I
that Jews enjoy and in,
of Chanukah. "The
Lights."
A "freedom torch" p*
ly from Israel will li^
dom torch which win J*.
by Maccabee mmim wi
to 22ndI St. on Washi3J
Miami Beach.
A program of candw
dancing and sinking is
at Miami Beach ffigh Sc
Prairie Ave., following
relay procession.
Jewish youth taking thelj
ship roles are s
Judith Cohen, Louis SnioaJ
na Zwerner, n .:;, R.-inh^j
Lebovitz and Marie
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j.nnds Mis. IvOuLs Pilzer and Mrs. Jack SegaJ.
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ecember 3, 1971
Jenisl, Meridian
Page 11-3
itted Prunes A Plus
In Favorite Dishes
good feeling to realize
unity f.ivoriio like [.rimes
I i (0 offer. Hcie's u
ill with vitamins and min-
ed now it's more delicious
tri. JuBl "Pen a box of
|i Pitted Prunes and taste
nioisl and tender and
s we e t. (Best of all.
|USl a littIt- dimple where
[use.i to be u" pitting
I easy t<> add prune
to so many dishes, now
don'l have to pit <>r pre-
[iii first. To many fami'ies,
jn't be Fiiday night with-
K> compote on the table,
. ,i new w ay tu serve it.
[ickling with prune compote
The tansy flavor of the
absolutely lelieious with
bch, dark meat.
Hinner tastes better with
kneel Potato Casserole as
|isli. It tastes like tzimmes
I'll be delighted with how
you can prepare it. And
becial dessert, IJrune-Ai>ii-
[is really easy as pie. with
I prunes.
1ST DUCKLING WITH
i < OMPOTE STUFFING
Ikage 11- oz.) Sunsweel
\. .i Prunes
orange juice
. duckling
lion
and pepper
bc tari apple
.....range
,v.ei y, chopped
onion t chopped)
|| "mi sad
ipoon each pepper, cinna-
I 'iger
,es with
'i teaspoon each cinnamon,
ginger and nutmeg
Ls enp apricot-prune'liquid
1 tahlesiMion lemon Juice
1 tablespoon butter
Prepare and chill nut pastry in
recipe below. lOr use regular pie
crust dough.) Place apricots in
saucepan, cover with cold water;
bring to boil and simmer 5 min-
utes. Remove from heat and Im-
mediately add prunes. Stir and let
stand about 'a hour.
Drain fruit, reserving liquid.
Combine rornstaroh, sugar, sad
and spices in small saucepan; mix
well. Gradually stir in la cup of
fruit liquid. Cook, stirring con-
stantly, until it boils and thickens.
Stir in lemon juice and butter.
Spoon fruit into pastry-lined
pan. Pour syrup over. Arrange
pastry strips lattice-fashion on
top. Seal edges. Make in preheated
125 degree F. oxen 25-30 minutes
until crust Is golden.
M T PASTRY
Prepare pie crust dough for a
2-CrUSt pie. and work in U cup
;im nd or grated blanched al-
monds and 2 tablespoons sugar.
Roll out half of pastry and line 9-
inch pie pan. Refrigerate until
ready to fill.
For lattice lop: Roll oul re-
maining half of pastry between
sheets of waxed paper. Remove
top sheet of paper, cut pastry in
1 inch strips. Leave pastry on
paper and refrigerate until ready
to is.'. This makes the delicate
pastry strips much easier to
handle.
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start your CKanukah ofi on a
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Fleischmann's swc. t. unsalted
margarine, It's the one made with
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not only good for you ilow in
[lyunnaturatesi but it's also cgjt
lified kosher. So yoYr*fe assuredor
I oth purity and quality.
Be sure to look to" Kiel: ch-
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looU ease. And for those who pre-
fer a lightly salted spread,
Fleischmann's offers a 100'; corn
"il margarine, with j si a trace of
alt added. Do keep Fleischmann's
. lose-at-hand right through the
holiday. And enjoy, enjoy!
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be sure to give a
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." lbs. sweet potatoes. eoOkfed. or j
:' c.insMl lb. S .<>.-.. cadvi warns
as much, excess lat from" '-eUP *& brow n s.tuar
as possible without tear- N cup butter '
'_ teaspoon salt
L teaspom each pepnery^inna-
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1 lockage.'i 1- oz.l SuVtofiJcet
Pitted 'Prunes
tut sweet jpeiatpas u*o. thick
slices Coml-jn.liro\M s'.fjsav. but-
Thls year,
cream, rich
your traditional Chanukah dishes
by using the "Great Mixer." Hell-
.nann'S Peal Mayonnaise. Hell-
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from whole, fresh eggs. And eggs
do make a difference.
Look tor kosher and parve Hell-
mann's Real Mayonnaise where
you shop. Hellman's is another
fine product from the people at
Best Foods.
Volunteers Are Needed
The Miami Beach Heh-ew I'.....i
tor the Aged has issued a call for
. unteers to serve 'he aged. The
Auxiliary, chaired by i^o.o,..y s>i...,-
er, is planning to recruit young
housi wives with spare time to par-
pate in tlic Center's programs ii
physical and behavioral silences,
social work, medical and nursing
scrvl and recreational and cul-
tural activities. The emphasis of
tlu' auxiliary will be on service,
Mrs. Singer .-aid.
Fcmier Mount Sinai Auxiliary presidents who got together
at ths group's recent "Godmothers 71" luncheon in the
Diplomat Hotel included (frcm left) Mrs. Leonard Wien. Mrs.
Murray Kern, Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, and Mrs. Yale Levinson.
The affair raised some S200.000 for pedlatric and adoles-
cent medical facilities to be included in the new Mount
Sinai Medical Center.
KuD inside and but with
Uid -in mkie With, sajuund
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&U laeii ohOJ). nop un|leeleu
1 'i-olli yn unes. i esolA me
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FridaY. December I
A Chanukah Lathe Feast
Who knows for sure when i.nd
how the custom of Latkes for
Chanukah began but it's now
Almost as much a part of the
Fimcha as the nightly lighting of
the Menorah.
What kind of latkes? Potato, of
course, served with refreshing
apple sauce. And even if the latkes
take a little time and effort to
prepare, the apple sauce doesn't!
Just open a jar from Mott's and
you have a delicious apple sauce,
made trom u Mend of apples to
give the boat ilavor, all ready to
use.
This year offe- the family some-
thing new after tney've had their
:ill of potato latkes tender,
delicately-flavored cottage cheese
pancakes with apple sauce IN*
them as well as ON them. They're
ouick to make, nutritious, and
less work than peeling and grat-
ing all those potatoes.
Use a handy 25-ounte jai of
Mott's Apple Sauce, wht-n you
make the pancakes about half |
in the batter, the rest as a top- '
ping. And even after Chanukah.
youll enjoy nuking these pan-
cakes for brunch or as a special
dessert.
APPLE SAUCE AND
COTTAGE CHEESE PANCAKES
1 cup ('a lb.i small-curd
cottage cheese
2 eggs
1 jar (25 oz.) Mott's Apple
Sauce
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
"- teaspoon salt
1 cup flour
\ teaspoon baking soda
Oii for frying
Combine cottage cheese and
fiCgs and beat until well mixed.
Stir in lVa cups apple sauce,
sugar, cinnamon and salt. Add
flour and baking soda, mixing
well Heat oil in a large skillet.
Use about 2 tablespoons of oatter
lor each pancake and cook each
side until golden. Serve with i-'at
of apple sauce. Makes about 20
small pancakes.
POTATO I.ATKES
4 large potatoes, peeled
1 medium onion
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Pictured at Temple Emanu-El's annual Thanksgiving Tea
are Mrs. Lester Mischon. chairman of the day, (left) Dr.
Irwin M. Stillman, guest speaker, and Mrs. Al Podvin,
Sisterhood president. Dr. Stillman, author of the best sellers,
"The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet," "The Doctor's In-
ches Off Diet," and "The Doctor's Teenage Diet" addressed
the audience, answered guestions, and personally auto-
graphed his book for his listeners.
Newest radiation eguipment for treatment of cancer is be-
ing installed in the Radiation Therapy Unit of Jackson Me-
morial Hospital, along with a S50.000 computer "brain" that
personalizes treatment for each patient. Explaining the new
eguipment here to Mrs. Madelon Ravlin, founder of the
volunteer Woman's Cancer Association of the University of
Miami, is Dr. Komanduri Charyulu. The 1,000-member WCA,
which donated the computer, is sponsoring a bazaar in Mi-
ami's Bayfront Auditorium Saturday and Sunday from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. to benefit cancer treatment and research at
the university.
El Al Takes Delivery
Second 747-B Jumbo 1
Menachem Cohen, El Al's vice
president for North and Central
America, fcnrfotmced- that tiie car-
rier took delivery of its second
747B at the Boeing plant In
Seattle, Wash, last week and the
aircraft was flown non-stop from
Seattle to Tel Aviva total of
7.300 miles.
The aircraft will operate on
non-stop New York-Tel Aviv serv-
ice during the coming winter holi-
day season. Plans for summer in-)
elude leasing two 707's to be
manned by El Al cabin personnel
and with El Al livery.
By the end of the present dec-
ade El Al will acquire additions
to their fleet, either two more
747's or 707's or both types, Mr.
Cohen rei>orted.
In order to meet the pressing
need for additional hotel space in
Israel. El Al will erect five 4-5
star category hotelstwo in Tel
Aviv with a total of 900 rooms
one in Jerusalem with 500 rooms
one in Eilat with 400 rooms
and one in Nahariya with 250-300
room*. The total capital available
for this project is $40 million.
El Al hopes to open a new route
to South America during 1972.
Future plans include an extension
of the eastern route onward from
Teheran and a Tel Aviv-New York
route via Bucharest. El Al is also
en
?r',LnVdditi0nal '""ding,
m the Lmted States tn
points in Euro,*. mainl
Mr. Cohen declared that,
forfiscal 1971-72 wiU '
million compared to $93
last year, and that El Al *
elude the current fiscal w
mg March 31, 1972. ith^
despite the general declin,!
dustry revenues.
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DAVID BRADDY
i. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
I'.raddy, 2520 NE 207th
Irfll bj,*-iJled,.to the.Tesah
Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
at Temple Adath Yeshu-
is a student at John F.
|v Jim i o r High School
Re is In the eighth grade.
hung (he services, his par-
I host a Kiddush at their
reception will take place
\ evening at the Aventura
Club. Honored guests will
fvid's grandmothers, Mrs.
ulin of Miami and Mrs.
JKmdolph of Los Angeles,
ft it
LORI FEEDLIXE
Ellen, daughter of Mr. and
lie Feedllne, will celebrate
Mitzvah on Saturday,
in Temple Beth Sholom.
is a student of the Beth
Confirmation Class of
^n eighth grade student at
; Junior High School, Lori
flutist with the concert
nd plays the piano.
ind Mrs. Feedline will host
Idush after services. Hon-
uests will be Lori's grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Feed-
fid Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
fi. of Miami Beach.
ft *r ft
>EBRA ANN FINER
Ann, daughter of Mr. and
lark Joel Finer, will cele-
her Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
in Temple Beth Sholom.
fa is a student of the Beth
Confirmation Class of
id an eighth grade student
tilus Junior High School,
find Mrs. Finer will honor
laughter with a reception
ficheon following the service
temple. Honored guests
Debbie's paternal grand-
i Mrs. Myer Finer of
and her maternal grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bin of North Miami Beach.
I town guests-coming for the
Mitzvah -include Debbie's
|Miss Rosa -Jtjng of New
City and her aunt and '.
ki 1 Mrs, -Flyman Jflider of
uieafr, Mass; .
TKRRI DUBOV
Ji Gail Dubov will become
ptzvah at Temple Judea of
iables Saturday, Dec. 4, at
|.m.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Dubov, 6001 SVV 63rd Ave.,
[is an eighth grade student
futh. Miami Junior High
Podlow and Mr. and Mrs. S. Salz-
i verg, will attend the event.
* ft ft
--. AJ.i,W)n Bi;+,(.i;ii
Allison, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Breger, will observe her
Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah Cong-
regation, Friday evening, Dec. 3.
Bruce Katzen
IMkatt'tHtii
m
Isaac Salver
school of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute.
Allison is a student in the Heb-
rew High School department of
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Reli- ents m the synagogue
gious School and an eighth grade al' '>' after tin services.
student at John F. Kennedy Relatives attending will include
Junior High School, where she is Mrs- Milton Greenberg and .Tack
A reception in honor of the Bar '
Mitzvah will bo given by his par-
immi'di-
lo help her celebrate the
On will be her great-grand-
Mrs. Esther Gurevitz of
Dore, Md., her grandparents,
Sadie Dubov and Mr. and
Philip Bloom, local residents,
lends and relatives from
[Palm Beach and Satellite
ft ft ft
ELMO* CANTOR
ot Kenneth, son of Mr. and
Edward Cantor, 2110 Al-
Circle, Coral Gables, will
ate his Bar Mitzvah, Satur-
>ec. 4, at Beth David Con-
ion.
Dt attends Hebrew School at
David and is an eighth grade
"* at Ponce de Leon Junior
School. He plays the French
his school band.
I and Mrs. Cantor will host a
pn in Elliot's honor at the
Hotel. Mrs. Ella Schulman
Beach, Elliot's grand-
er, will be an honored guest.
1 Jt *
I8AA0 SALVER
K the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Salvor, will become Bar
lah Saturday, Dec 4, at Tem-
Tanu-El.
J"' a student at Temple
I"-'-.! Religious School, is in
0>th grade at Nautilus Jun-
pi School
celebrant will be honored
Inception at the Deauville
H|s grandparents, Mrs. S.
a member of the Symphonic Hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Breger will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat after the
services In their daughter's honor,
and host a dinner reception at
their home Saturday night. Hon-
ored guests will include her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Goluskin, and Mr. and Mrs
Milton Breger of Miami.
ft ft ft
MIKAEL ELLIS
Mikael Frank Ellis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Jay Ellis, will
become a Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Dec. 4, at Temple Men-
orah.
Mikael is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School where he is
in the eighth grade.
Saturday evening there will be
a reception to honor Mikael. The
guests will include his grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gollish,
from Toronto, Canada.
ft ft ft
BRUCE KATZEN
Bruce A. Katzen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard M. Katzen, will
be called to the Torah for his
Bar Mitzvah, Saturday, Dec. 4, at
Temple Beth Am.
Bruce is an hortor student at
Beth Am, and is. in the eighth
grade at Horizon School. He spent
three summers at the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
Camp Institute.
In honor of the occasion,
Bruce's parents will, sponsor the
Oneg" Shabbat Friday night, and
host a-luncheon after-the services
at Kings Bay Country Club. .Hon-
ored guests will" include the ma-
ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis 1'ailot, paternal grandpar-
__. .. .,...... ilu"'" .-.lamiia die suujeci lo re-
ents, Mr and Mrs. PMUp Katzen turn to mailers and postage due
Lfla,m |Bcarh' *fd Bru~s Charge., Mr. Dunlop declared,
great grand-uncle and aunt, Mr.
'" his grandparents from
Philadelphia; and his aunt, Es-
telle Koster, of Miami.
ft ft ft
STEVEN STEEN
Stover. Bryan, son of Rhoda arid
Maurice Steen, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 4, at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Steven attends Temple Emanu-
Kl afternoon Religious School and
is an eighth grade student at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at home. His
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Mason and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Steen, will attend the event.
Stamps Issued By
Private Firm Will
'Disqualify' Mail
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
announced that "stamps" being
produced and issued by a so-call-
ed "independent postal system"
may not be used on matter being
deposited in the U.S. mails.
Referring to reports that "ipsa
stamps" with denominations of 1
to 50 cents are to be issued by a
private firm this week. Mr. Dun-
lap noted that putting such
stamps on envelopes or packages
will disqualify such envelopes or
packages for mailing in the U.S.
mails. This is true even if the
mail should carry additional legal
U.S. postage stamps.
If deposited in receptacles for
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. Chancellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, conferred the honorary degree of
Doctor of Divinity upon Temple Menorah's Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz at a special convocation in New York's Park
Avenue Synagogue recently. Rabbi Abramowitz and the
other recipients were honored for 25 or more years of dedi-
cated service to their communities.
Prunes Add New Flavor
To Potato Kugel, Latkes
Potato kugel, along with latkes, Grate potatoes Into a large bowl.
U.S. mail, letters carrying the so- t"axo K""c alon" "" '- */'/',
called stamt.s" are suhieet to ,o. is always a fav"n"' during_ the Add
and Mrs. Samuel Silverman from
Miami.
Out of town guests will include
Bruce's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lamb and their four
children, Beth, Megan, Amy and
Brian, of Los Angeles, Calif., his
great uncle and great aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Safft of New York
City, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Sills of Westport, Conn.
ft ft ft
NANCY FREIXBERG
Nancy, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Freinberg will be-
come a Bat Mitzvah at late Fri-
day services, Dec. 3, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Nancy, a member of the pre-
Confirmation Class at Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School, is an eighth grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
In Nancy's honor, her parents
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following the services, and will
also host a reception and dinner.
Honored guests will be her pa-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Arthur
Freinberg, and aunt, Mrs. Adolph
S. Ziegler of Forest Hills, N.Y.
ft ft ft
RAYMOND GLAUSES
Raymond Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Glauser, owners of
the Health Hut, Burleigh House,
7135 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day,, Dec. 4 at Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute.
Mailers should make certain
that the only stamps to be affixed
to their letters and packages are
the official U.S. postage stamps,
if they want to insure prompt
delivery.
Temple Menorah Dedicates
Service To New Members
Temple Menorah will dedicate
its Friday night sendees to the 145
members who have joined since
the High Holy Days of 1971. A
special pulpit ritual will be re-
enacted in recitation and in music
honoring the newly enrolled fami-
lies.
Rabbi Abramowitz will utilize
the pilgrimage ritual of the Tem-
ple of Solomon to welcome the hew'
members. Participating in the new
member ritual will be Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Hartman, represent-
ing the elderly of the community,
and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Israel, a
recently married young couple.
Sanka Toast To Health
Is Always Appropriate
A toast to hea'th is always ap-
propriate as we approach the holi-
day season. And Sanka brand
coffee is one beverage that fits
right into all your entertainment
plans.
Because Sanka is 97^'caffern-
free, yon need never hesitate to
serve it, anytime, anywhere. Yes,
Sanka drinkers enjoy only rich,
smooth coffee flavor, flavor,that
is never bitter. You can enjoy
. egg yolks, instant minced
tappy eight-day Chanukah noli-1 onion, seasonings, oil and snipped
day, beginning on the evening of prunes; mix well. Beat eg:: wnites
Dec. 12. And to symbolize the I until stiff; fold into potato nix-
sweetness of the celebration that | Hire. Six>on mixture into heated
commemorates the Maccabees' pans; top each individual pudding
victorious fight for freedom, it's j with a whole pitted prune. Bake
traditional to serve fruit or fruit about 20 minutes, until well
sauces as accompaniments. browned. Makes about 18.
Since Chanukah is a winter hoi- \ QUICK POTATO PANCAKES
iday, prunes are a social favorite,
particularly delicious Sunsweet
Pitted Prunes, n?ady to use right
from the package.
For a happy Chanukah feast,
.'ry something new individual
potato puddings baked in muffin
'ins. For extra "tarn," stir snipped
prunes into the batter and top
"ach little kugel with a whole
dimpled prune, to set off both the
4 medium i>otatoes, i>eeled and
cubed
Ice water
2 eggs ^ ;
1 medium onion, coarsely
chopped
's teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon salt
3 tablesjxxms flour (approx.)
Oil for flying.
Put half of potato cubes into
light, fluffy center and crusty blender; add enough ice water to
rtlltciffo TKin mill- 4ll>/iP minmntn -.m-nx "*.**... 1.1__I.__ ___a I
outside. This only takes moments
with moist, tender Sunsweet Pit-
ted Prunes that need no pre-c ik-
ing or even pre-soaking.
And for a quick, flavorful snuce
to add variety to potato latkes,
just heat snipped pitted prunes,----------- ...... ., ^v,.,^.,
orange juice and lemon juice, and and enough flour to thicken bat-
thicken slightly. Warm Prune- 'er slightly. Pour % inch of oil
cover. Cover blender and whirl
potatoes just until grated. Drain
grated i>otatoes and place in mix-
ing bowl. Repeat with remaining
|H>tatoes. Put eggs and onion in
blender; whirl to combine. Add to
potatoes along with salt, pepper.
thicken slightly. Warm Prune
Orange Sauce is a!so delicious
with other pancakes or French
toast.
INDIVIDUAL PRUNE-POTATO
PUDDINGS
3 medium potatoes
3 eggs, separated
1 tablespoon instant minced
onion
1 teaspoon salt
V* teaspoon nutmeg
'* teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon salad oil
'_ cup snipped Sunsweet Pitted
Prunes
Whole Sunset Pitted Prunes
Preheat oven to -100 degree. F.
Raymond is an eighth grade stu- -
dent at Nautilus Junior Hi-'i Shnka in three convejiientAwnW Generously grease muffin tins
itz- Ffreeze-Dried, Instant "or *C-ro\mrl.' about 18 wells) and put in oven
^ (to heat while preparing mixture.
School, and received his Bar M...
vah training from the religious Try some.siwq.. x
i
;nto a large skillet and heat. Drop
in about 1 tablespoon mixture for
rach pancake; fry crisp and gold-
11 n-brown on both sides Serve
with warm Prune-Orange Sauce,
Makes 4 to 6 servings.
PRUNE-ORANGE SAUCE
1 cup snipped Sunsweet Pitted
Prunes
1 cup orange juice
'< cup sugar M
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teas|Kxin cornstarch.
Combine snipped prunes, orange
e, and sugar in a saucepan.
Stir in lemon juice mixed with
cornstarch. Bring just to boil over
heat, Btirrin ion-
ally. Serve warm with potato pan-
cakes. Makes IW cube sauce.



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IEGAL NOTKE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4366
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III UK: P-stnl" ..i
MARY K 1 EPOSKY
, ii MARY K LBFUCBKV
Deceased
To \il Creditors :nnl All Persons Hav-
ing: Claims or Demands Auamsi Bald
ll-l.....:
v.m are hereb) notified nwd r< -
quired la pruuant an) lalrns and ae
mauds nbi.li you DUO have against
I the estate of MARY K. I.EPOSM
., MART K I i:i'i"7.KV deceit*
..I late "f Daile County, Florida, to
the futility Judges of Dade County.
:iml CUe the name In duplicate ami
.,- provided in Section 7::.Mi;. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In, th. i"..un- j
, n Courthouse in Dadc County, FVor-
I iil. within *i\ calendar, month* from
the Him "'' the BrJ publication
hereof, or the name will be haired.
Dated At Miami, Florida, this 1Mb
das 'if November A I' '''"'
IRENE I.. KQVACH
As RXaolItrlS
Find puhllcniion of this notice on
h, ::nl day n( December, 1971.
DAVID M. OOVSHAK
Attorney fur Executrl*
I 1411" N.W. 7th Street. Miami, Flu.
18 :t-11.-17 --J
bituaries
BERLN
Irving', 69, of BOSS Collins Ay* pass-
ed awn) Monoay, .Nov. ... ii. i-ume
here In 1946 f.....I N.Y. He was pres-
i,i,.hi ..r Iivihk Berlin Casuals Inc.
A member of M.B. Lodge of i< ,.f P
\ i ."under and president "i Men's
Fashion CHilld ol Florida, A founder
nf HrtiU.us Ualga K .- am Mem-
ber "i M.B. Bnyshore Exchnnse
t'luh. He is survived by his widow
K;iiiny. daughter Mrs. I'dady* Op-
Sienhelm, son-in-law Martin Oppen-
le'm and Michael Opeenhelro, nil of
N.il.It. Sister Mis. ii.-i,h Waldman
of \. V. Brothers Cluuiea Perrv *'f
V V rd Map- r. Hi,, ,,f Uri.i-..-
|K>rl. Conn. Services Were held
i,.s,i.,_v at itivvrside Chapel. ln-
TTriiii'iii in Mi Sinai Cemetery.
SUTTON. El.....
DRAPKIN
8( X M K
HI,

lH
URAM
' "^ I
""XI
A pre-Chanukah "jewelry-boutique brunch" was held by
the Hillel Parent-Teachers Association this week under
ihe chairmanship of Mrs. Michael Scheck (right) and her
sister. Mrs. Natan Rok, in Mrs. Rok's home. Here the two
display some of the gift items offered at the Kosher bagel-
and-lox brunch.
North Dade Players
Issues Casting C^all
The North Dadc Players will
;. .'si'iit their production ol Okia
ima" in March. Needed are men
ul women of all ages, and the
stinj; i- scheduled for Dec. 6, 7,
v 13, H and 15, ai 8 p.m. In Con
t egatlon B'nal Raphael, noi NW
is3nd St.
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PHCPEM I Y |
-. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClrtCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23197
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ RE: Th.- Marring. >l
N' i.MKI-' l-'l'BMA.X.
Wife
and
\ li:i. FCDMAX
rfusband
DA.XIEI. FCRMAX
N'osi rand A\ nue
i:......Uj u. N i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an :..-ii.-n i.i Dissolution ol Mar-
i it* hi been fib -I against > uu
ii in r. .mil. .1 In Bel i. .i Liipj ol
ai u liiuii .... ii K'uy, i" it
LAW IFFK 'EM if Uai Alii.
Kl.l.. attorney for Petitioner, whose
II..... s \V. Third Avenui .
ml. Florida 331 2, i ml file Ihe
original with the i*k ol the abi i<
. |. ...i. rwlsi di i.nili u -I! be
. i uu-. you for ihe reliel did iii the conrnlatul petition
This notice shah oe publish* .i. .
.Ii week for foui Minseouilve weeks
i THE JEWISH l'l 'RIDIAX.
WITXES8 mj hand ni il the
-mil ourl ai Mi:.mi Ploi Ida oi
ii.\ if l'... 1971
i: B. I.EATHBRMAX.
As i i< rk, < Ircull i 'oui I
I lade Count) Pkii niu
By: Tt m R""E
As Deputy Clerk
I 'ircuit Court Hes 11
LAW OPFK?EH 'I-'
JIAC MERMEI.K
S W Tl Ird Avenue
i.iini. '':.. .::.' .-. i I -"i ir.i
, : (Of (lounsell
ICHAEL P. CHA8E
i.TH. \ for Petitioner
IS ::-l" '
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON------"*! RFRVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE _w ouUitT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-?302t
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage I (
ANTHONY JIM STl'MBRIS,
husband,
and
inn ni:i:s i: STf.Mltltls,
U i IV
Ti i: Im Hi IRES R. STl'MBRIS
-''. i'i;..i... Drive
Sum-is. Terrace
,....|.....ii,...ii. A.-H York
Vor ARE HEREB) XOTIKIED
lhat a.i action i>>t Dissolution of
Marriagi has been filed against you
..ni > u ;i'. reiiulred i. serve a ->;>
..I' your written defenses, ii any, lo
ii on aixsi.ki: k. rKunu:, attor-
ney f"i- Pi'tltwher*' irliilse adkire#)h \>
ll.'.n s. \V isi J-'iwi i Sufii--:;.!.'. Mtatnt,
Klorldn SJIRis. amC-flN life i'rt*lli,H
with the i l.-rk i.f U>.- alKrjV sjjl..|
court "ii i.r li*-fi>|-r .T:ii.u'u>* :'. 197c:
iilll>-ruis.. a ,1.1:,ull WiU.' I'll ,n'....l
agiilnsi y..u fi.'i* 4aV reHcj ,1,-ni.n.d. .1
i.i ihe rumplnifHl fn- |.i*iiii.ii
This ni.ii.. ':.h;.ll-1.," pull)-h. i
iiich !. liir f.iur ii.'ini-iiil\, w.-.l.-
in Till: JEWISH l'l i HMIUA.X
WITX1CSS ni hand and ihe Veal
n( s.-ii.I I-..UI*!- yl MutMn. ]-'|..; iil.i ,.n
1 ill ii .1.. i "f X<.\ I'.TI
i: i: I E.ITHHHJIAX,
As i '..'rk. 1 ir.-uil i '.u. .
I i. lie i Viiniv. l-'I'T-.ta
B) A .1. XI?I SON
\s fl...iul> l'|, .|,
H n-oil i '..nil s.-.-il i
ai ssi ek ic. Ki-i.-nn-:
S \\ lil Sir.-, t
Miami. Florida .-::-!::"
Al < t. for Petitioner
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF rniiNTV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 55201-C
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
IX RE: Relate "f
DAVID I KVIXSOX
1 K'ceaaed
XiiTli'K is hereby irlven that we
have filed oar Final Report and
Petition for Distribution and Ftnnl
Discharge it-, esectttors if t?i** estate
if DAVID I.i:\IXSi iX. deceased:
i".i that "n thi- r.ih day "f January,
11'7:'. will :ii>|il> to tin- H......"Ml
t'ounty .luiiu,-s of Dale County, Flor-
ida, for iii'i''"v.ii r,i s;iid Final Reoort
and tor distribution nn.l final dis-
' 'I
rm^nt 1|[
Rom ht
Thi-
.iiii-i'.. ;i^ eveculorn of the
the above-named decedent,
da) of l '.mii.'i, IK7I.
JOSEPH PCTIMtER
MARY DICKM \ x
pipvi.-v k:\ixsix
'i -'I'M S,'Ii.Ml Kit
All..,n,.\
i1 ". i ii.....In Road
Miami i'-.-ii. h. Florida Ml38
IS :;-i"-i
. ..r
1st
-.1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT <">P T"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-J3115
i Judge Testn)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RB:
THE MARRI kF, OF
KA'nil I5EX t! I. HI IV. M KMi:i .
Wife,
and
flH'HAItp HARVEY
I H'immi.'dii:1 .
Husband
ii RICHARD II \i:\"i-:>
i ii< > \iaii:ini:i

Joseph. i-V of Miami, paaaed away
i')mrsi'-iv A membes* of tti "-
Bay Lodge 141 K & AM. MAIII
Miiine. rutgter ttebiaa ixdi;- Itfl
K of P, Coral <:nt>li-s I "ile.- B'ni
Ifriit". President nnd found, r of
joaepn t'ram Jewelera, Lnc Bur-
vivim by widow. Ida. son .Marvin.
Minini:ir_ llauglllai Marilyn Sher-
wood. Miami. Brother Jack Kir.-,-li-
h.iuni. N.M.B. :ind s,-v,-n Krandrhil-
flreit. S'Ti-i.-fs vi,-r,' bi-lil Sunday nt
l^vltt Memorial Cha|i-I. Interment
Mt. Xeoo Cemetery.
liebowitz, Morris, 86, i, Waab.
iiiL'ion Avr.. M ii. Rtverald'e.
Mitchell. Harry II. "f mi: Levitt
rosenbaum. Samuel, 75, ".r. 16th
si., m l: Riverside,
SOKOLOFF VI.- "inilriu. St. 1(1 X. K.
52nd Si. Riverside.
STARK. Jules >. .-f M 1: Riverside,
Inti'i'nvnt Mt. NVbo.
WARHAFTIG. Joseph. 7::. MtVi l"l-
|lns v, Mi: c.i .-1..
weisstein. Bessie, :.. 3S6S Indian
Creek in- M |: Itlvi isi,
WERNER. Minnie S., 7::. of X.M.It.
Riverside.
OUNN. '.Mw.ir.l Joseph, flordnn
Interment Mt. Xebo.
FERMAN. Fay M R, 820 i"..|liiiK
Ave M i: Ki\ erslde.
FUCHS. Sol.,11, i. lis. SSI W.isli.ui;
Ion Ave., M.B fJordon
jaffe. l.enn 74. lino Ocean Dr.,
\i i: Riven, d*
GORDON. Albert, ':. I6S6 X K Ifiili
vi I vllt. Intel iiu-iil Ml 8
kripple. Morris, Rn, of m B River-
Hide
SPIWAK. William A M, of MB.
RIvertMe
ADLER. Meyer, f, 134 iiih si M.I!.
ftordi
fishvan. Irvlna, ''. 8950 t'ollliiK
\i-.- M ;; 1'.'..-I...,_-
HERSCHENFELD. frvlna, 7T 6917
PntlinB \,-.. M.B, Blasbere,
KASSELMAN. \i'".-. ,". 11 .' I ^nUnrfl
Ave., Coral Dnbles. Oordoa. int. r- ROSEN. Saiiiit.-I .;. i- K-J
r,i".':;'!..v,, N"'"' Hr Ml r llhifben
PRUSIN. Ann. f.l. I". < 1" WAGMAN. \.
kt-.'rx,il,< Interment Mi Sin.>' \. .
Rlsa ,l 84. ..f M i: 'oowan. I ->'i (>I
Si,II 1,1 Ml ii..i,|ll llllisl
4:.. .-.4I S \V g, ,. ,- |... .1
"RENfiURO. I
HAAS. MUI
erslde.
KRAMER. .1.....b
M II BIbhI.,-
KU-Rh2w,EIL- Harry
MARKMAN
S^NDEL .^'
t"ll A V.- \| I; i...
we.tzman1 afisfa,
lllKli.,1 Ai. m i. ,
AR,fe,.KV' I
8ELENKE. ShuI N .
te ......W*
LAPIDUS. IJn.ihuH IS ,
MARK\iw,T2:; ^'
James Ave \i i: TT1
NINO. Frank. 4*
Newman
SAFRAN. Soloimm P J
Rdj H.B iiirkImS I
.ABEND. H,,.., j?
M.l: Rlv.rsi.1,
A RON SON. Meyer ,
. Ave M l: BtaUaw "
Btar 1.1 David
GILBERT. .Xli. Il-i ,; M
;W 7.i,,i r, myg
Slur of U.viil
KELEMEN. Vohn R.
Biv.rsi.i,.
NEWMAN, li.riu.nl
Riversiili,. Inter- -
ROSENTHAL,
l-'V. RIversiiK
STEIN, Maryarrt. 14, (.f i
sill.. **
ZAOON. .\, |.:.| | ,.
Kiv. isi.l,.
FEFFER. H.iri-i ;.. i>i n
M H l:ii...,,i,.
GOLDFIELD, Meyer II. a
Bin -i.i. Inti-rn if
OSTRICH, S.,.|. -,, ,N;!
I nil i
ROSENBERG. Samu. |
*.ii Ai- \| ii NVsniM
ZIMMERMAN.
Av. m || liinslHin
CANTER. Il. ,.
X M B tlfinlon.
CLEMENS. .:,. ;; ,.(t.
Mil- R.vhi '.
DECKELBAL'M. ItiugiUniU
I..i- Xi' 11 I: l:iii.l.--r
DRAGEN. Ji.lm .1 ;>. ;)U|
bide
DUNCAN. V-inclnli
Blvd M II Itliishrnj
KAY. II. i, ii. I". ,if X Jit
Interment Ml X.-i
KLEIN. I! ,i. ul m
aide len ill Xrb
levine. is -v ;-.. r.
Ml: Klvi
FICOWITZ i-..- r .:
Rlvi
HYMAN. |i .,!.! I'
II il.t. s 1,'llrl sIA
I

i-TROSISTEIN.
Rtvrndde
ZH.BERBBPG.
.Z?i*i < '
i,l,
i.i. i.in. is: Mt.'
FIMJ.ER. lOMWIl'l: .'luss w U a. .X.wnin
fOHBX, attorneyn for Peiiti..... v. '
,. addreJl |k :--W..i I':.,,-.- F'SHMAN. \V.||li;., H.; *7 nt-.rttiDnn-
Strei I, .Miami. I'lolid.' I] I k '-', I'
.
ISJPI
i
PERRY
PHILLIPS. Uutb
\i h -...
T 1
Hie 111.....-itilii.,1 with the clerk of ihi- COLDSMtTH, 1 ,- -,, in",-' V.,r- A,l. -, ,v, efo
.. mi: .1 ,..n ,.,-.,>. .... i.- in ...ii O. um i:,i.,-sui,- i'l'ir-, Ptts.
unrj ,i .-.. i. .Liiuii will in .i Ml NVbo -x"
_ ,..'.,i amlnxt t-etl fat the reliel KRUGF.R. Rthel Bl X.M.B Rlv- Rima:.. H> ~
thi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
;-:'!
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. 71-23024
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE 'I he MarrlaaTi < >f:
'IMS ','. \ LKER MAXCJAX,
H IIV.
nnd
'BERT ARTHI'R MAXCJAX,
husband,
' l:i "BERT ARTHI'R MA.XIi \ X
121 I'.....th) .-
Hill. i,-i
l!in_-l...ini...i Mew York
YOU ARE HEREBY XtlTIFIEII
tl an :. ti..n for I llseolutlon ol Mai -
lage I .i^iiinM you
ERNEST M ROS8MAN,
i......'.- .
To All Creditors and All Personi. M:n -
inn Claims or Demands Atiaf.ist Said
i..i.i-,
Yisj i.i-. hereby notified and re-
quired presenl any dalms ami de-
niiiuib which you ma) have against
the estate "f ERNEST M ROKKMAN
deceased late ..i Dade County, Flor-
ida, '" ii.- Pounty .in.it'.--. f i'- '
County, and file the same In duplicate
ami as provided in Section 783 16,
Florida St.iiuus, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Durti i-i.u- -
iv. Plorida, within .-i\ calendar
nv.iiih- ii..in the time ..f tile first
i.ui.ii.'-i'i"n hereof, or the same will
I,*- barred
Dated :it Miami. Florida,
llR) .1 X.,i. ml, r. A 1 > 1V7'
JEAX KBKIDKlt
Ai Executrix
First publlcatli n ..i i'ii-
ihe 3rd day of December, 1971
KITtT WEI I isi-ll. Atton
\ ttorney for
Estate of ERNEST M ROS8MAX
i 'oral lables, Florida
13 8-10-17 -:i
this
.n
ai I
demanded iii the onmsfurlril '-
This notlci shall I-, published once
:., Il II .-.'k foi loll'- ..'.....II I.' II,...
In TDK IFWISI1 Fl CIRipi XX
UITXI-:SS mi hand :. 9 II s.-:.l of
aid -.in' -ii Miami, i ......Is uti 'his
I -i iln) !'-. .mli," i'7i
i-: B i i:athtu-\iax.
a a i -w.. i' ii i i
I' id. County. Florida
By N A II i:\i-1 TT
A- Demfty Clerk
'*ii ull '.....i Seal i
I'll i l'l:. BRl'MER, M< 8S ,\
i.iii:\
S V. .: l'l..i',i Sir. .1
Vflnmi. PI' Idn
Vttoi in is fin Petitioner
II' 3-10-17 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is hi'i:ki:y OfVRX that
'' ui lershrned, deslriiiji .. cnaaffe
iii i.n- ii di r the I ii- mi
,. ii -,-, iftofs l-i'/^'i Mi .'-." Bird
!> n. M Bhfl Flortds -ii. mis ii,
N \l! \ M : -."...I .X. hi. .i, B
1" I'.-llin-
7". Colllna
X M i:
sinter sa Id i ami
the Circuit Court
Ploridn
JO VQI'IX
ui III ill,.
Clerk ..f
County,
11 ii i \. \
... \\
ire i etiuired to serv. ii cop) ol
ui ,-1 It u i defen -. it any, lo i*
-MXSI.Klv R. FERDIE, attome) :
'-r Petitioner, vrhose adrtresi i- 'i',..
S \V 1-1 Sir,-. I. Suiu-::".'. Miami.
Ida 33130, and f il.- th, nrii.-iii.il
ith the clerk of the above styled
urt on or before January : :
ihomi ..' a default u ill be entered
tainst >"U for the reliel demanded
i-i the cniul.-iint or petll I
This noli,-.' shall be pubtlehsd i
h week for four . in THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and (h. seal
-iild i-nurl at .Miami. Florida "ii this
nth da) ol Nov 1*71.
K I'. I BATHERMAX.
As Clerk, ("in uil I'oliri
I i:nl.' i -..univ. r'l.'i-i.l:i
I ty : .1 I X 1JI SI i \
As Daaaity < let*
(< 'ircuit Court s. > 11
\ INSI.EE i: FERDIE
" S.\' Il 1 Si.. '. Suit. ::..-.
.'mi, Plorida 1X186
torne) for Petll loner
: l" 17 "I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PrtOBAl E
No. 71-2730
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
! i-i arence McDonald
I .. .-. IS.-.I
To All Creditors and All Persoi II i
inc Claims or Demands Acainst Said
Estate.
You iir,- ln-r.'l.i notified iiml r. -
quired to present an) rlnims and de-
mands .vhiili you may have aualnat
thi estate "f ''I A KEXt'E M,|si.\- I
AI 11 di isi i rate of Dade County,
Florida, lo the County JudaTes i i
Dade County, and Hie the sum. in
duidlcate and ;i- prnvldejl in S.iiion
733 16, Florida Statutes, In ih.ir of-)
flees in the County Courthouse In
Dads County, Plorida, within six .ai.
endar months from the time of ih
first puiiiii ii'ion hereof, ..r in,
will be n.-irr. .1
Dated al Miami. Plorida. this 30fh
li.i of Movember, A l> IFT1
KENNETH McDOXAI.D
A- KxeotMor
First riilli'-iiilon of th'- noli.,, on
in.- ::-i ii.-.i of Decembi r, I8T1
'- -IX ,^. i ---i-.x
Atlorni-ys for Executor
"- Ii' I.i III.Il-
Miami, Pi
I : :: I'i-IT 84
IRELIMINARV CFRTIFICATE OF
- CORPORATE DISSOI UT'^N
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
. ., A' 1THORITY OF
THE STA^E OF F' ORIDA
'''. il ';'ii n nun TMfjKP PUKS-
iivrra sii \i k<'i.\ii: i;i:EirrfXr;s
Mh."..-. Isl'I'-r gi'HMEI 7.KH, Ml-
iiiur. i:.;.,ii Plorida:1 .mveixvxi:
f<4t*HV1i:i FTl. "Miami Bench. l'i.
i' 'Si- SCHREIDE1 1 Mhiml Flor-
ida, did .-ii the ii-i ,i:n- ,,t u,',,i.,
' l' '''"7 cat...... he I neon
under Hi. low- nf the st i. ..r Flor-
ida si'X tbist ixc a noris.rntlon
wiih its ,,i;,,, i,,;,| i, ,,, ,,. ,..^
it Miami, l'...i. Count) In thi State
' i ''"id, and w in .. i- such eor-
'i d'd ..ii ihe r.'Ml da) ..i X..-
i-ml'.'i'. A 1. 1971, ;,... ,,, |. filed
In iii. .-I!.. ..I iii, ii....... rmenl .f
State ..| thi sin.- ..I Florida, ths
documentor) nuthorirv rermtrsa iin-
'' r s i....... n : n,i. S".i.i'-,
showina th,- dissolution of such cor-
li.'ii
Mow, therefore, Hi. Secretary of
Jfnte does hereby certify to th,- fora-
i"l- iiml 1' H he i- -:,|-,.|,... I Ihul
alrlt,
Lir-HENSTEIN. S-inm I. 86, Tl \\
1' Uu i X M I: Rive.
LIEBMAN. 'i". ..,i. |: -| n.i i4,|,
mi: I ''-i-i, ...-.j
WFRKSMAN. II, ,,.i g| o| \| |:
...,i.
ABRAHAMS. Vbe, *3, 1.1
<| Iln .-? id,. Ii.term.-ni
^DEFF. .la. B i!
BRESLOW. Sarah, 61
",. -
GFROFSKY. I'.iin I.:,, i
\\ HI: X. v man
KESTEN X than. 74. I!
i M ': fJordon,
RAOER. Daniel M Is of
! ... i
SII VERSTEIN. Iliniaii .1 78, MS
Hi irrlt* l M R Binber8
TEMPLETON. James C, 7.. IS6I Col-
llna Av \. n I'.i.i-h.iu'
AM i:->>. x \l i: 1 .lilt
LYONS. l>.\ .' nnrd, 7:.. of Coral
i ible Rivet Ride
MENOF' nc-cr R|,a 7,, ,, <;,,, st
r: Bhisbem
NEEOI 1. ,j, 7;, ,;.:-, M|, .<,
*' B Blasberg
BERSCON. '."... I ftp, II......... 111 Mr.
m B. 1:1 isbera
BIMBY. Rose, 69, nl X M I: Levitt
Gt ASER. .....I, ,.- \..riii Bay
Village Riverside
I5KOWIT' |- 7111 s E Sill
PI Mial.ah Rlvaralde
ROBBINS. !.. lai.un. '.". "f Ml'
Rlvi r-i.l,
ROSS. 1 -. tl S26 Colllna Av .
kl i: Riveraidi
SKLAR. Morris, 7317 Bo) Dr., M B
erg
I
Ivi '' '
SP'VACK
Rlvei
HARRIS. ." -1 W, ISH
M it r
HURWITZ. I.i.-l '!
\ \. '
KAUFHER'-. : '.Hi
Si KB
LIMER. I.
Mi: ': '
Ml I-1 ER
III: I
SATT1.ER.
vaiihi Av. UU
SCHWARTZ. M
Harbour I! 1
A'TMAN. S rmnn
1.1 iii
GELLERMftN. Mil
\,e .1 II I I"1
MCKS, Hi
' 1
In ;
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MELTZER
Dr.. X M 11 I"'
LEVINE. '
M.B I ______
GELB
MONUMENT^
J40 SVV 57lh Ave J
t Menuaiw' ""
ifiH r. 'iii"-. Mi-Hi- i.r the law have h.-en
* 1 i'lUilied II 111.
IX WITNESS WHERE.
OP. I hare her.....to set
mv iirmii nnd have af-
fixed the Oreal Heal ..i
Ihe Rtnte "f I"..' .' ni
T-.'l.ihi-...,.. (he I',..",!
this Ihe "'I fl-v "l Xi,-
..i> .. I )i "171
l!H 'I' M'M in'.'K ST. 1x1:
of Statt
1-"V. 71
frwcralVAapet
L
M-mt.er
National Funeral
Directors \s*n
PloHds Funeral
'Mictors Asaa.
.'.FDA
865-2353
730 Unnif Hm Sin*
MbiC^sieHn
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December 3. 1971
*Jeist Avtfftf?
[is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father
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tJewisli Floridliain
ii, Florida Friday. December 3, 1971
Section C
; Hebrew Academy Sabbath"
aves Way For Dinner Dec. 11
Ion
ire than 40 Dade and Brow-
county synag ogues and
ales will join Friday and Sat-
in the observance of Heb-
Sabbath, as proclaimed by the
Ibinical Association of Greater
[nl.
nnouncement of the record-
ktering support of the Hebrew
jdemy Sabbath was made by
|bi Eugene Labovitz, president
he Rabbinical Association and
Itual leader of Temple Ner
did.
resolution adopted by the
kni/ation of South Florida rab*
called upon all of its members
evote all or part of their ser-
this weekend to the ad-
cement of the Greater Miami
new Academy.
he observance is being held
advance of the 24th annual
Olarship dinner of the Hebrew
Idemy, slated Dec. 11 at the
luville Hotel. The $118-a-
jle banquet will honor Louis
nitzer, honorary life president
Miami Beach School,
en. Henry M. Jackson of
gshington will receive the
U Academy Award of the
th's largest Hebrew day
In ml during the dinner. He
11 be saluted for his record of
leadership in behalf of the Unit-
ed States, the State of Israel,
and Soviet Jewry.
The Rabbinical Association's
resolution noted that it "recog-
nizes the priority of Jewish edu-
cation in the community and in
the very future of the Jewish peo-
ple" and that "the Hebrew Acad-
emy must secure financial support
from the community-at-large to
meet its annual operating deficit."
Mendell M. Sellg, dinner
chairman, and Irving Firtel,
president, said numerous stu-
dents and lay leaders of the
Academy will address area con-
gregations during Hebrew
Academy Sabbath.
They pointed out that Reform,
Conservative and Orthodox fami-
lies have enrolled students at the
Academy, which now has 808 stu-
dents.
Mayor Chuck Hall of Miami
Beach was named chairman of
the national honorary commit-
tee for the dinner. Cochairmen
of the committee include Judge
Norman Clment, Charles Gold-
stein and Jay Dermer.
Members include Benjamin Al-
perstein, Dr. David S. Andron.
Isaac Bindeman, William Blum,
David Bomstein, Jacob Cohen,
Samuel Cohen, Chester Devenow,
Abe Eisenberg, Arthur J. Epstein,
Gidalia Feldenkreis, Sam Fried-
land, Charles Fruchtman, Hyman
Galbut, Robert Goodman and Jack
D. Gordon.
Also Paul Gordon, Abe Green,
Arthur Greene, Jerome Greene,
B. J. Harris, Herman Harris,
Mark L. Harris, Bernard Herzfeld,
N a t h a n i e 1 Jacobs, Burton W.
Kantor, Morris Kleinman, Morris
Kolko, Abraham S. Levey, Joseph
M. Lipton, Samuel Lipton, Al-
bert List, George London and
Herbert Magnes.
Also Robert Mattlin, Irving E.
Miller, Jacob Modansky, A. J. Mo-
lasky, Alexander Muss, Leo Nath-
anson. William Norton, Irving
Orenstein, Louis Raskas. Leonard
Ratner, Milton Ratner, Steven
Robinson. Harold Rosen, Casper
I Rogers, Matthew Rosenhaus, Abe
Schwebel, Harold Stein, George
Sugarman, Morris Sugarman,
Dominick A. Visconsi, Leonard O.
Weinstein, Milton Weiss, and D.
Lee Powell.
The overall dinner committee
will meet Sunday at 10 a.m. in
the Academy's cafeteria to com-
plete plans for the Dec. 11 ban-
quet.
Enjoying the recent "Godmothers 71" luncheon at the Dip-
lomat Hotel were these members of the Mount Sinai Auxili-
ary whose participation on the committee was instrumental
in the affair's success. From left are Mrs. Max Kesselman,
Mrs. Morris Green, Mrs. Gerald Miller, and Mrs. Jay Allen
Siegel.
Planning the annual Scopus Scholarship luncheon of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew University are Mrs. Leon
Krouish, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Jacob Katzman and Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff. Mrs. Kronish and Mrs. Simonhoff are the
praesidium presidents.
Mapping plans for the Dec. 11 24th annual
scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami
I Hebrew Academy are these key members of
the banquet committee. From left are J.
Jerry Schechter, Leonard Adler, I. H. Ab-
rams, Charles Merwitzer, Joseph Malek,
Irving Firtel and Judge Norman Ciment.
The dinner at the Deauville Hotel will honor
Louis Merwitzer and feature presentation of
the 1971 Academy Award to Sen. Henry
M. Jackson.
| Wiener Appointed To
National Commission
A. B. Wiener, chairman of the
Ireater Miami Jewish Fedcra-
lon's Planning Committee on Jew-
h Education, has been appointed
Hie National Commission on
immunity Service and Studies of
American Association for Jow-
ph Kducation.
One of the important functions
If the National Commission is to
Kip get national policy affecting
pntral agencies of Jewish educa-
pon, such as the National Policy
ftau-ment on Communal Support
Jewish Day Schools. Other
?reas of activity include the ex-
ranging of community expen-
ds and the reviewing of local
licies and practices.
Mr Wiener will attend a mect-
f the National Commission on
community Service and Studies in
** York City Saturday. The
1(,,lin<; will focus on two areas of
aucution the implications for
A. B. WltNtR
central agencies for Jewish educa-
tion and Federations, and how
major structural changes are af-
fecting the functioning of the local
central agencies for Jewish educa-
tion.
Mr. Wiener will also attend the
meetings of the Governing Coun-
cil of the American Association
for Jewish Education. A broad
range of important subjects will
be covered, such as the relations
with the Jewish Agency for Israel
and the Hebrew University, de-
velopments in the field of Jewish
studies, the study of the rail ual
effects of day school programs and
other types of Jewish education
and the training program for ad-
ministrators.
B and P Chapter Meets
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold its regu-
lar monthly meeting Thursday.
Dec. 9, at 7:45 p.m. in the Chase
Federal's Hospitality Room at 425
Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach.
A highlight of the evening will be
the annual Chanukah candlelight-
ing ceremony.
The committee of the Louis D. Brandeis Group of Hadassah
finalizing plans for its annual Founder's Day luncheon in
the Eden Roc Hotel's Pompeii Room, Wednesday, Dec. 15, in-
cluded Mrs. Elizabeth L. Steinbach, (left) chairman; Mrs.
David Reinwald, president, and Mrs. Rose Ruban. A special
memoriam will be held for Mrs. Matilda Washton, who
passed away Feb. 1, 1971. For 14 years she paid the entire
expenses of the elaborate Hadassah luncheon on behalf of
the medical centers. Through her efforts more than $150,000
was raised for this humanitarian cause.
Committee members who met at the home cf Judge and
Mrs. Norman Ciment to finalize plans for the Gulfstream
Chapter of American ORT's fund-raising event, in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schechter, 4400 Pine Tree Dr., in-
cluded (from left) Mrs. Jerry Schechter, cochairman; Mrs.
Norman Ciment, chairman; Mrs. Leonard Haber, Mrs. Allan
Elster, president of Gulfstream Chapter; Mrs. Howard
Feidin and Mrs. Gerald Ness.


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Tae Joor fanaaOltJ sillers vrere prese-:: wbec a fear-bed
WOBd 01 H Hebrew Un:-e-.-/ Med.ro: Cer.ter _-.
r-v-err. v, :.:;'5d .:. -r.rr.' :: T.^.r ;::er."3 : rr.r_e
vsrg Tram left are Mrs. Mrfrir. 5-
AJred IMimil Mrs Sylvia Burin- and Mrs. Rose
Zornberg Family Presents
Four-Bed Ward To Hospital
A-ard was
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Trie ZombereV four daughter*.
Alfred Richmond of I-ar^h-
tmmmt M* Bytraa R'j'km Mrs.
lit 11 ill .S;-Jtalny. and .Mrs. Rom-
<-...oerjr. of New York City, and
tam vn*-iji-la Melvin Snain> -
m*1 Dr. Alfred Richmond, were
present at the dedication cere- .
!a in the
:r-s*rv-< ... naaaJ Ma
l tor-general of the Ha :assah
--.nui'tnn. ar: a Ha-
dataaah group touring Israel led
J-jttus Doppelt. a metr.ber
Um ni'ional board of Kadas-
T h e Zorntyrg graadcU
haw pconMed 0m nucle'is of the
Zornberg Group of the New J
raw*er of Hadas First Appearance
(>f Canton*" Group
\t Dee. 19 Event
A special pre-*rw srosram w9
- dattsc of Greart-r aGanri a*
I Chanakah F
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Mi -st tssbiv:
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Jerry Berke Guest Speaker
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wf meet IVedne* lay Dec
Ststerh- v-t
Lil'ian Greenspan, announces. Thr
guest speaker w~.il be the popular
10 commentator Jerry Berke.
The public is imited: refresh-
ments wll be sev'
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Natalie Rats Gaest Sola* la Syih.,, s 2^^
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Iday, December 3, 1971
*Jewisli Fhridliiann
Mrs. Lebowitz Sponsors
Tea For Candy Stripers
Page 3-C
llrs. Maurice iLebowitz, senior
firman of the Candy Stripers of
Parkway General Hospital
Hilary, will sponsor a tea in the
litorium of the hospital at 2
. Saturday, in honor of the
class of Candy Stripers, their
^hers, and officers of the Park-
General Hospital Auxiliary.
lie Candy Stripers' capping and
filiation ceremony, under the
piers of the senior Auxiliary,
held Sunday evening in the
litorium of the Parkway Gen-
Hospital.
M's Hillel Is
'inanding Jewish
hi dies Program
lore than one thousand names,
ny of them non-Jewish, have
collected on student petitions
an accredited Jewish studies
gram at the University of Mi-
The senate of the student
I y government unanimously
^ed a strong resolution in sup-
of this effort, and pledged its
while calling upon the faculty
! administration to agree to the
|iest of Jewish students.
I lei. the Jewish Student Cen-
I at the University of Miami,
spearheaded the effort. Hillel,
pored by B'nai B'rith, is a
tficiary of the Greater Miami
fish Federation.
ho Hillel House has been re-
brated, through the efforts of
Hda B'nai B'rith lodges and
Dters, Gordon Silverman has
Id the staff as assistant di-
|ok Review Scheduled
ie Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Brun, 1025 NE Miami Gar-
Dr. will have a book review
[i: day. Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. The
Jew by Ann Ackerman will be
Ie Life Of Golda Meir." Re-
nt nts will be served and a
sitter provided.
Pizza
can
be
I* Milan
BflfittS"
Give the kids a surprising
jreat. Make your pijza
cougn. The.n cut into bagel
shapes, using a donut or
[cooke cutter that has a hole
ln the middle. Now bake
and lavish with the tasty
P'z^a sauce and cheese. The
makings are all there-in
eHBoyardea
CHEESE PIZZA MIX
Guest speaker was Jeffry Faine,
assistant administrator of the hos-
pital. Mrs. Morris Greenberg Aux-
iliary president, and Dr. Wilbur
Blechman of the medical advisory
board brought greetings."
Mrs. Gladys Frechtel. assistant
administrator of patient care and
Mrs. Florence Tenzer, assistant
director of nursing, presented
awards to Candy Stripers who had
given 400-500 hours of volunteer
service, with capping for those
who gave 200 hours.
Officers installed by Mrs. Mor-
ns Greenberg, were Susan Birn-
bach, president; Corrine Jones.
vice president; Sandy Morgillo
treasurer; Kathy Anderson, re-
cording secretary, and Earline Lin-
gerfelt, corresponding secretary.
Patricia Messina, outgoing pres-
ident, gave a review of her admin-
istration, and Susan Birnbaum.
newly-installed president, gave a
message of dedication and hope.
The Candy Shripers presented a
gift to Mrs. Maurice Lebowitz,
senior chairman of the group.
B.B. Lodge Marks
Dr. Wolfson's 90th
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder
and director of the Spinoza Forum
for Adult Education, was honored
on the occasion of his 90th birth-
day recently by the B'nai B'rith
Lodge which sponsored a luncheon
in the Algiers Hotel.
A Proclamation signed by Mayor
Chuck Hall proclaimed Nov. 24 as
"Dr. Abraham Wolfson Day in
Miami Beach."
The Allied Retired Medical Men
also honored Dr. Wolfson with a
surprise luncheon at the Embers
Restaurant.
No-Fault Insurance Seminar
An information seminar on no-
fault automobile insurance will be
held Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the
Miami High Adult Education Cen-
ter, 2450 SW 1st St. Sponsors are
the Greater Miami Insurance Edu-
cation Council and the Florida As-
sociation of Insurance Agents. The
Division of Vocational, Technical
and Adult Education of Dade
County Schools is cooperating in
the public service event, open to
the public at no charge.
63 Congressmen
Back Rep. Burke
Florida Congressmen Don Fu-
qua, James A. Haley. Robert
Sikes and C. W. Young are among
63 members of the House who
have become co-sponsors of Rep.
J. Herbert Burke's resolution
calling for the expulsion of Byelo-
russia and the Ukraine from the
United Nations.
The two Soviet republics have
full voting rights in the U.N., al-
though they relate to the U.S.S.R.
as California and Florida do to
the United States, Congressman
Burke noted.
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for highest Quality,
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Nefco, the world's leading1
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Pillar Rock Sockeye Red
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too! Each brand carries the
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salmon brand can make this
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Use Icy Point Blueback Red or Pillar Rock Sockeyb
Red Salmon for party snacks and salads, or right out of
the can (delicious seasoned lightly with red wine vine-
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Sabra deepens the meaning and joy of your holiday gift giving
and entertaining. For this is the Liqueur of Israel: The
nectarous taste of Jaffa oranges, exotically blended with a
shade of chocolateand packaged in a stunning decanter,
a reproduction of the ancient art of Temple times.
Yes, Sabra belongs with every simcha! The most delectable
potion you ever sipped, the perfect one to give. Also available
in the antiquity packageSabra Pilgrim's Flask.
SABRA PINEAPPLE FRITTER LATKES I
IF YOU WISH ADDITIONAL RECIPES WRITE:
PARK AVENUE IMPORTS. 378 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10MJ
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1 can (1 lb. 4 oz.)
sliced pineapple drained
Vt cup Sabra Liqueur
2ogga
2 leaepoont sugar I
%4 cup water
1 teaspoon oil
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
V* teaspoon salt
Oil for frying
Cover drained pineapple slices with Sabra Liqueur and let stand about
2 hours. Beat eggs until light. Beat in sugar, water, oil and 1 tablespoon
ot Sabra in which pineapple has soaked. Toss flour, baking powder and
salt together to mix. Add to egg mixture, stirring in lightly. Heat 1 inch of
oil in a deep skillet to 370" F. Drain pineapple slices and dip in batter.
Fry until golden brown on both sides. Drain on absorbent paper; serve
hot sprinkled with confectioners sugar. Makes about 10 fritter latkes.
IMPORTED AND BOTTLED BY PARK AVENUE IMPORTS. 375 PARK AVE., N.Y.C.. 60 PROOF


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Friday. Decerr.ber
r
The Fabulous Outback
And Great Barrier Reef
BY -1. I. FISHP.KIV
} The ( liiea-n SentlMl
Although Qantas Airlines has
at least 10 to u offerings to I
South Pacific patterned to lit
i rj pocketl ook, n it require-
ments necessitated a special itin-
erary. We planned not t>> see not
eat stal cities of
A straiia, but also the seldom-
visited interior or "Outback." one
i the world's truly last frontiers,
and then to swing directly north-
-! tn view the Great Barilcr
Alice Sitings is i uoularlv known
n the heirt .! irk. and
' the dead renter oi the conti-
nent, li resembles anv number of
' awn Western frontier towns
barren, lonelv, with the I sh
gt i to! in terra cotta Bed In everv
'inn as far as the eye can
tts B.08Q i :'i7i'as are linked
t<> the great Outback >< ntry
throuph it.-- Roya' Flying Do
Seivice and ils School of the Air.
Calls foi me in by
radii" from cattle a:> sta-
tions hundreds << iiiiles aro nd.
The eailer describes his symptoms
if they can be ueated at
I n e, the doctor at the station
escribes treatment they re-
quire hospital! ation, a bush |>lane
is sent to |ick them up, or in
emergencies, he may fly himself
t' i | te patient.
We were given the opportunity
of listening t-> the faniuus School
i :ie Air in session and to see
hi>\- it works. Using two-way
radio, teachers dispense know-
ledge lo unseen pupils whose
homes are spread over thousands
of n lies. They !n turn, up to
seventh graders, send their work
be corrected. Iney see their
teachers and classmates only once
a year when the\ ure brought in
lor the annual picnic.
Most touiists come to The Alice
;l> it is railed primnrilv for
the ose of \isiiini; neat ir.
Avers Flock, one of the world's
I : test natural wonders. In or-
l i i each it. ore tn ist 11;
mill's in a small Cessna over vast
brow n plains burnt trom the fieri e
Outback sun.
Geologists claim it is the largest
pinkie rock or monolith on ea-th
1150 feel hi^h and 5*4 miles in
i Ircun fereni e at it- base. They
say that most of its nass Ins lx?-
low grot nd like an iceberg.
r flying over it at low
most i>eopie arrange to stav over-
night at the mote) so as t.> at-
t t the climb up its sti
tn he top for a view of the
rounding countryside. Less
t lien content them*lves with
siiir.lv viewing the ever-changing
i s The Roi k takes on v. ith the
- the jurl esi edally at
k :.- v.hen ii glows like a huge
led jewel.
i- a tremendous
mythological significance for the
Aborigines and has many fascinat-
ing caves itne decorated with
nuk paintings de] Icting theh
i | ne wi*h white limestone or
l i: I droppings. Bach geni ration or
painters has painted light over
the paintings of those who have
gone before. The Aborigines aban-
doned The Rock in the first dec-
ad'1 ol this century when the white
man discovered it, but the mys-
tery of it still jiervades.
Our main purpose in coming to
The Alice however, was to leant
what we could about the Aborigi-
nes, those primitive and nomadic !
hunters who were the original in-
habitants of Australia. We were
told by i>eople back home that it
was useless to expect to see them
vithout diiving many flays into'
th<- -h of the Outback, but
this is not entirely the case.
ttilizing the services of an ex-
cellent guide who has &| ol his lif? in The Alice, we made
i forays into the countryside
..in-, most ol these 31.000 St**1
descendants live. Alt he'itch
r-e fwemniewt *rS* iMff*'**i--*
possible to encourage them
lo acquire the education and skills
Ired to take their own place
m t>' mity i rogiess oinjes
slowly. Even those with jobs
tn !,'a\ e town at d'isk so
that they can sleep on the ground
i-nder the stars, practically nude
and to eat theh food half cooked
out of tin cans oi t.i dig out wich-
'. grubs from beneath the roots
a wlchety bush. Empty bottles
i wine can be seen piled around
most cam i sites, a sad reminder
cd ol one ol civilization's ma-
"contributions" to these other-
wise gentle people. They often
lown and neithei I le
lies nor tilth seem to bother
them.
We visited a number of their
hools and governmental settle-1
ments. At om Amoongunt thej
i conducting a fascinating ex-
ni in an attempt to teach
the Al oi i lines to live ii in
There they used three kinds i :
- n t'.icy live In
a one room tin shed, cooking and
ping outside with communal
toilets, in stage two. they gradu-
ate to a two bedroom, one living
let inside but with kitchen and
laundry still outside. These have
no electricity and only a wood
burning stove for cooking;
If they survive this test, they
ne moved to the final stage in
which they are given a brick
house containing electricity and
an elect lie stove and heater. After
six months they may be given a
similar home for permanent liv-
ing.
The director ruefully informed
us that so far. lew accepted the '
preferring their own w ay of
lllc instead. |
1971
Rabbi Rackman Announces Awards h
New Programs In Jewish Education
Creation of an American Zal- and projects in ;
man Shazar Educators Award by land new at I
for | .
LOUIS HOBtBMAH and ROSf BYRUM
Brandeis District
To Feature Musical,
Chanukah Program
At the next meeting of the
Brandeis Zionist District which
takes i lace at 8 p.m. Monday in
the Washington Federal's Audi-
torit m, ii.'.'. Normandy Dr. Rose
coloratura soprano, will
provide the musical entertainment
singing operatic arias and folk
songs in Yiddish and Hebrew, ac
anied by Kay Se s t oc k,
pianist, Louis Hoberman, presi-
dent of the Brandeis Zionist
District of Miami Beach, has in
no i need.
the Department of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist Or-
ganization was announced !>;. Rab-
bi Emani"*' Rackman. of the
World Ztontft Organization.
The award is designed to "honor
I Jewish educators in the Diaspora
lor their contribution and service
t. Jewish education." said Dr.
tan. It was named in honor
t President Shazar because of
his great contribution to Jewish
ation and his service as Is-
rael's first Mini.-tcr of Education
and Culture of the World Zionist
i rganizatl
Three educatois and or institu-
tions from three different coun
tries will lie selected for the 1971-
72 year, one of them from the
','mid States and Canada. Each
recipient of the Award will re-
ceive 3.000 Israeli pounds in cash,
to be presented In Israel, In the
{.resence of President Shazar on
a date close to his birthday,
The award will tie presented for
meritous contribution In such
fields as preparation <>f original
texts and pedagogic materials,
new approaches an I methods ol
teaching Hebrew, new a| .iroaches
i ation
the community,
' herniJ
Dr. Joseph Narot Prints
Sisterhood's Book Review
Dr. Jos,
"A Blntel Biii
bv newspapei
or Dan.. Gol
book review
lemple Israel gist
at 10 a.m.
The
.eded
Book
by a
Ri
lions maj b.
_; the temple ofl
this event
Stein. Mis
ind Mrs i
Kiiiht> Inducting 1|
Fourt en
i icted Into II k
at the rt :
Gcorgi
of Pythis :
S !
David Glass .: oimnanl
will ;
the ceri -
The difficulty in changing their
life-stvle is best Illustrated by
something we witnessed during a
visit to one oi the government's
hospitals. We noticed an aborigi-
nal woman sleeping on the ground
with her arms about ha sleeping
Continued On Page MM
The other highlight of the even-
ing will be the Chanukah pro-
gram, a candlellghting ceremony
to be conducted by Rabbi David
Raab of Temple Beth Raphael.
Rabbi Raab will explain the mean-
ing of the 2136th anniversary ol
Chanukah. the Feast ol Lights.
commemorating the first battle
tor religious liberty
The public is invited to attend
fiee of charge. A social hour will
follow the entertainment.
Sisterhood Holds Auction
The Sisterhood of Beth David
Congregation is sponsoring a spec-
tacular auction In the temple's
Spector Mall S p.m. Sunday. The
doors v. ill ojien at T p.m. The auc-
tioneers are Joe Tanenhaum, Al-
vin Philipson and Stanley Scher.
The public is invted.
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Page 5-C
This Week In History...
Years Ajo This Week: lf31
inninian Prime Minister Nico-
Eorga aligned himself with tin
LSemitic Cuzi-ts to halt "tha
pi-li pi wer over the Rumanian
Die." ''
Jic American Jewish Commit tee
i Jews had never been
|ted equally under the law and
lictims of specific economic
H.nination. Polish Ambassador
ilipowicz attributed the prob-
lo "Irresponsible elements."
t Kot&nowskt, who had
b aten Alexander Alekhine
|dfi.lded. won the Belgian chess
- ishtp by winning 135 of
itaneous games.
lessor Atrjelo Oliveti. inti-
>| Mussolini, leading Fascist
ctician and member of a
jninent Italian Jewish family,
in Home.
I'.wy marked the centenary of!
Ion Maurice .1e Hindi < ik'U- j
E<, who with his wife ha:' do-1
td more than 100 million to
Ht.v.
Ilv Congress of National So-
B-i Pharmacist* and Physicians
voted in favor of compulsory stab-
ilization of Jews for the "purifica.
tion" of Germany. "The German
press,' said JTA. "labels the proj.
ect as crazy and suggests that the
initiators should be placed under
mental observation?'
Hitler reclined to comment on
Jews in ;i foreign policy interview.
This," said JTA. was "interpreted
in Jewish circles as indicating Hit-
ler's readiness to sacrifice the Jew-
ish community to his followers
when he took over the power."
10 Years Ago This Week: 1901
There is nothing Israel can fo
to improve relations with the So-
viet Union under present circum-
stances," Premier Ben-Gurion said.
"Whatever Israel does will only be
held against her by Moscow." '
Dr. John Davis, UNRWA direc-
tor, admitted that at least 90- to
100 0:0 deceased refugees were
still listed because of Jordanian
"reluctance to report deaths."
The Austrian press comolained
that the government "has cer-
tainly been lamentably weak in
d aiing with known former SS men
still living openly in Austria."
The Rashi Synagogue in Worms
built in 1034. destroyed by the
Nazis in isw. an Mini stand
by West Germany for $125,000
was reopened.
The World Council of Churches
condemned anti-Semitism as "a sin
against God and man."
Saudi Arabian Minister of State
Ahmad Shukairy subjected a U.N.
committee to a six-hour speech
"full of distortions commensurate
with the size of the text."
The Knesset expressed to the
Kremlin its "deep concern" over
the situation of Soviet Jews.
Richard Cardinal Cushing .Arch-
bishop of Boston, warned that as-
similation could "dissipate" Amer-
ican Jewish learning and culture.
The Munich paper Abendzeitung
claimed Adolf EL-hmann had
turned Communist in his Jeru-
salem cell.
(From the flies of I he JTA)
Mizrachi Women's Chapters Active
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December Mizrachi Women's ac-
tivities include:
(Jeulii Chapter president Mrs
Aaron Katz announ-.es its annual
white elephant sale with bar-
gains galore 'all new merchan.'ise)
fur holiday giving at Beth Is-
rael. 770 4Cth St. Wednesday at 8
P-m. Pro......ds will go towards
Mizrachi Women's Mcsad Aliyah
Children's Village in Petach Tik-
vah, Israel.
Aviva Chapter will hold its Chan-
ukah latke card party Monday,
1 Dec. 13, at the home of Rose
1 _.______.__________________________
I City Of Hope Chapter
I Celebrates 19th Year
Mrs. Sy Plasky. president, has
announced that the Miami Beach
Chapter of the City Of Hope will
celebrate its 19th birthday at a
7:.'?0 p.m. dinner-dance. Saturday
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Advance reservations may be
obtained by contacting the chair-
man. Mrs. Max Amhowitz. Mem-
bers, friends and the public are
invited.
Kahn, 2837 SW 3rd Ave.. Mrs. Si-
mon April, president announces.
The next regular meeting of the
baptei- will be he'd Monday. Dec.
20, at Beth David, 2625 SW 3rd
Ave.
Shalom Chapter's presidium of
three Rose-, (Ehrenreich, Luger-
ner and Shapiro i announces a
Chanukah latke and card nartv
Tuesday, Dec. 14. at noon in the
1(0 Lincoln Rd. clubroom.
I'iorii'i Council will meet at its
nw headquarters, 4'_'0 Lincoln Rd.,
Suite 402. Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. Mrs.
Alfred Stone, coordinator has
announced.
The new location of the Htitik-
vah Chapter Thrift Shop is at 510
Cspanola Way near Drexel; fresh
merchandise is brought in every
day. Mrs. Hyman Kolko is presi-
dent.
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+Jewlslifk)rldSan
J\.S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK Most of the comments on the second phase
o' the Nixon economic controls, pro and con, suggest that the
writers are lost among the trees. We need to look at the woods
a* a whole, and weed out what is folklore from what makes
sense for the society. Herewith six arguments against controls
ir. a market democracy, and my own comments on them.
THE IMMORALITY ARGUMENT. Those who call it im-
moral to control prices and wages assume that only the individ-
ual can decide morally how to sell his goods, his work, his pro-
fessional services, and that state decisions are immoral. This is
arguable. But chaos is more immoral the enforced idleness
cf people who want to work and earn, the wiping-out of the
value of wages and profits by galloping inflation. A great econo-
mist and jurist called Walton Hamilton, who was my early
teacher, gave a sharp answer to those who attacked Roosevelt's
New Deal as a threat to the sacredness of private property. The
Great Depression, he said, had wiped out more property values
than anything that controls could do.
THE "MAGIC" ARGUMENT. Milton Friedman said the
other day that his former hero, Richard Nixon, was now practic-
ing "witchcraft." His idea is that only the relation between
<_( ods and money in circulation is bedrock economics, and every-
thing else is superstition. Alas, when Nixon was Friedman's
hero, because he was following this theory, he fell flat on his
face. The idea of a market mechanism running an economy and
a society, untouched by human hand, is as much a piece of
magical belief as anything in the folklore of controls.
Tire IMPOSSIBILITY ARGUMENT. In essence I a^ree with
the view that it is impossible to run a system of controls for a
modern, complex market economy. There is no way of finding
a good substitute for the operations of the pricing market or to
know what rates to assign to various industries and commodi-
ties, or to wages in them. To be sure, the Soviet states, in Rus-
sia and Eastern Europe, try to do it. but they do it badly, with
food failures and constant failures in employment, investment
and supplies. Yet there are times in a free market economy when
inflation and unemployment threaten the whole system, and it
is better to have imperfect controls than none at all.
THE "TOTALITARIAN" ARGUMENT. If you are going to
have controls (the argument runsi then the pressure is to make
them more and more complete, until they become totalitarian.
Certainly there are fewer political problems about controls in a
totalitarian state, where a small group of men hold all the cards.
There are more political problems in a democracy, where you
have to satisfy the loud claims and complaints of every group.
But by the same token, public opinion in a democracy can
make controls work, if the need is deeply felt and the leadership
knows how to evoke support, as F.D.R. did. The problem is to
mix the voluntary with the mandatory controls, to fix on the big
industries only, to limit the bureaucracy, to keep people informed
and make them feel they know what to expect. And in general,
not to take on too much. Essentially, that is what the Phase 2
controls are now aiming at, although no one knows whether
they will succeed.
THE IT-WOI'LD-WORK-ANYWAY ARGUMENT. It is the
view of several economists that the controls were not necessary
when Nixon imposed1 them, that the inflation was either coming
under control or else that a 5r; inflation a year is something
we can take, and better than the system of controls. I respect
this view, which isn't folklore, but in Nixon's place I should
have done what he did, in fact, earlier. A 5','< inflation doesn't
stop there. The point about inflation is that once the wave is
there it is self-accelerating, unless there is action to stop it.
That is, alas, the nature of human selfishness and blindness.
THE INEQUITIES ARGUMENT. This is the most persua-
sive indictment of the whole lot. Of course the trade union
politicos have to clamor against the rapacious corporate titans,
even while they are sitting on the pay boards. Yet the fact of
injustice is unanswerable, especially in the case of the retro-
active pay contracts of the teachers and others. Even Rep.
Wilbur (D-Ark.) says these are contracts that no government
can abrogate. The corporate managers are also worried on their
side, caught in the profit squeeze that Eliot Janeway calls, "fla-
tion," between inflating costs and prices whose future is un-
certain.
The hope is that the inequities, especially for the lower-
and-middle-income sectors can be ironed out, that inflation can
be kept low, that the runaway vicious price-wage spiral can be
broken and that government tax and money policies can pump
some iron into the economy and cut unemployment to the bone.
All great economic decisions are gambles, but the stakes we
are playing for make the risks worth taking.
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At Beth Torah
Adrian Kaufman, membership
vice president, and1 Mrs. Richard
Sneider, cultural committee chair-
man, have announced that Beth
Torah's lecture series will begin
Thursday, Dec. 9, at 8:30 p.m. with
Ralph Nader, America's most effec-
tive critic, as guest speaker.
After Mr. Nader's appearance.
Congresswoman Bella Abzug, a
member of the House of Repre-
sentatives from Manhattan, will
lecture Thursday, Dec. 16, at 8:30
p.m.
Rabbi Hailu Paris, black rabbi
from Harlem is scheduled to speak
Jan. 20. Rabbi Paris is an advo-
cate of strong links between white
and black Jewish communities.
Senator Birch Bayh will be the
final speaker on Jan. 27. The U.S.
Senator from the State of Indiana
is no stranger to the Greater Mi-
ami area.
Tickets for the series are as-ail-
able at the temple office.
Local Composers
Featured In Fall
Concert At U-M
Works by two South Florida
composers will be performed at
tin annual fall concert of the Uni-
versity of Miami Percussion En-
semble at 8 p.m. Sunday in Fill-
more Hall at the School of Music
on the main campus.
The composers. Lawrence Wein-
er and Rene Barfe, are both cur-
rently enrolled for graduate work
at the U-M. Their works are of
divergent styles. The Weiner com-
position, "Cataphonics." has four
movements and is literally a con-
trast between cacophony (noise>
and melodies. Barge's work, "Ser-
enade for a Sunday Afternoon." is
a rock tone poem which musically
paints a picture implied by the
title. The composer will be fea-
tured on vibes.
Fred Wickstrom, conductor and
musical director, will be assisted
by James Berdahl, a teaching as-
sistant in conducting. Admission
is free.
DeVries Story May Be
Surprise To Neighbors
Coral Gables neighbors of Jo-
hannes de Vries, owner of the
Sheherazade Flower Shop, wtk be
surprised to hear his story. They
may know that he came from
Holland and that he owned a
flower shop there but that is
not the real story.
The real story began in 1940,
when the Nazis occupied his
country. His family, which includ-
ed seven children, became active
in the underground, and one night
his brother brought home a newly-
married young Jewish couple, Mr.
and Mrs. John Geleerd. to stay in
their attic until a safe haven could
be found for them. The following
night, the Geleerds' nephew, Bob
Nopel, joined them.
The days stretched Into three
and a half years with danger
and deprivation facing them all.
I'nciil was severly rationed and
what little the de Vries fumily
was allowed hud to be stretched
to Include the three Jews hidden
in the .ittit-. While trying to se-
cure additional ration stumps,
his younger brother, Rien, was
caught and sent to Germany,
where he died in a concentra-
tion camp.
Then, to complicate the already
desperate situation the \v
up headquarters in a scho,
the street, and seeking
for their officers, mov^--
man officer and hi5 '
the de Vries home. The .
and fear were almost unbJ
If they were caught harta
Jews, their home would haL
burned and the entire faJ,l
prisoned.
Finally, after three and,i
years of living in the art* ,
and Mrs. GeleeN and |
nephew could safely make l
way home to Amsterdam.
Some time a no Johannes'
er received recognition la
role in saving the lives ofi
who took refuge in her I
olive tree n,t planted in 1
| in her honor.
Things never .-en^ed the,
I for Johannes in Holland aftgj
I war, so he finally left his i
j land and emi
| where there were no ghosts i
past to haunt him. Whet I
settled in Coral Gables, hew
florist experience to jnodj
opening a shop similar to ttj
had left behind
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fJewlsli Flcrkttar
Frida
y- December
3.19
/A Kabbi Speaks 'J-rc-m lJhe f^nlpit

A Reminder of Obligation
K.\ KABBI DAVID l llKI 11 III
KnweUl llWil Congregation
The Torah tells us that Rachel.
the In k-\ < <1 ui:(. of Yakov is about
to ii.ui her second child. As aha
has the second
slim. The mother however, was
very insistent upon bringing into
means the son ot
my pain. The
father calls the
child Ben Yarn-
in, which mean-:
Rabbi LehHitld ln<' so" Of my
right hand. With
the birth of Ben Yamin. Yakov is
How a lather of 12 sons and one
daughter.
There are two questions that I
v.ould like to ask First of all.
why does the mother Rachel name
this chili Ben Onee. son of my
pain? Does she want this child
to grpw up his entire lifetime
knowing that his birth caused the
death of his mother? Surely Ra-
chel did not hold aeainst him the
guiah she was feeling. Certainly
sh, didn't hold agaiiut him her
imminent death. And even if she
were angry at him, what mother
would give her son such a name
Blwaya to remind him that his
li caused the death of his
ther?
the" world this child, for she felt |
I it a holy obligation to bring into
I the world a new soul.
i Sure enough, when the time to
' deliver came, as she was delivering
the baby, her life began to ebb
away. She told those who were
standing next to her that she had
I always wanted her child to walk
, in the way of G-.! and if diuim;
| the child's lifetime he would stray
Ben Onee. which] from tne pro|H>p pa,h of G_d somt;_
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH Portion
Vayishlach
child, her life be-
gins to ebb away
and the child Is
born at the cost
of her life. She
calls the child
one should remind the child of the
sacrifice that was made to bring
liim into the world.
By RABBI SAM! EL J. FOX
Way. it wet-winry to put a
tombstone over u grave?
In the Bible we read that Jacob
did this for Rachel (Gen. 39:29). j
K/ekiel speaks of building some-1
thing over the remains of a man.
(Ezekiel 39:151.
Generally speaking, there are
at least three reasons for placing
some kind of marker at the grave. I
First, it is a means of signifying!
that there is a |>erson buried on I
that spot. This is necessary to '
warn a Kohane not to tread there, i
And
brother .
Jacob sent messengers
. ." (Chapters 32: Ut
befott
him
'" Esau
JACOB MEKTS ESAU Jacob was approaching tho I
Edom where his brother had Mailed. Fearful for ti, ***
uier nan seetieo. Fearful for th,.frt. ", 1
family, Jacob sent messengers to his brother with ,' 1
message, but they returned with the news that Esau"*!1"!
for the
attacked A
to Esau, to pacify him.
preaching with 400 men. Preparing
vided hLs camp into two parts. so that if one wer
other might escape. He also sent a succession ol vaj
She s.mply felt that if the child Secondly, the stone identifies the
' in the other ban." we
were aware of what had trans-
pired to bring him into the world,
he would feel a greater sense of
responsibility to live a life in ac-
cordance with the wishes of that
person who paid the supreme sac-
rifice that he might live.
This is the same Lea with our
mother Rachel. When she had this
child and she realized she was dy-
ing, she in no way meant to give
him a name to create in him a
feeling of guilt. She gave him this
name to make him realize the
sacrifice that was brought that hi'
might live. The mother Rachel
felt that this way the child would
surely keep on the path of truth
and morality. So she called her
son Ben On,'.. child of pain, always
to remind him of his responsibility
to her memory.
person who is buried there by]
means of the inscription on it. This
makes it possible lor relatives and i
friends to find the grave anc offer'
prayers there. Thirdly, setting up |
a monument of some kind is ai
means of bringing honor to the
deceased.
Monuments were always a means
of honoring someone. It certainly i
is a duty of a chiki to honor his i.
parents not only during lifetime.
but even after death. (Kiddushin) <
i *
Why is it that *oim people
will not cut a little hoy'* h.iiil
until he reaeawa the inje of
three?
JACOB BECOMES ISRAEL That night he sen, his* ,
and children across the ford of Jabbok. and stay, behind 1
A man' appeared and wrestled with him until dawn The''*I
who was an angel of God. being unable to overcome hi
touched the hollow of his thigh and lamed him, Nivrtto!
Jacob refused to release his opponent from hi
received a Mossing. His wish was granted -
rthelsj
rasp unitK, |,
a Messing. Hi- wish was grant, henceforth h,
would be called by a new name. Israel, (i.e., |,e that prnai
with God'i. Jacob now came face to face with Esau who*
braced him with affection. Sensibly refusing Esau, offer ^
armed escort. Jacob parted from his brother and evenuu,
reached Shechem, named after the son of Hamor, chiefta'nrf
the city. There he Inxight some land, pitched his tent am! j
gratitude built an altar to God.
Some people associate this cus-
tom with the law of the Bible
which forbk's a Na/arite to cut his
hair because he is dedicated to the ;
case oi :
His father. Jacob, was afraid
isk our- ,h;" ,|H' child would misinterpret j Almighty. Such was t
selves, the question, why did JacobIthe mother's wishes however. He I Samson in the Book of Judges
name the child Ben Yamin. the wa8 aflai ,l,al ,n'" lhil11 wouM Others consider the first haircut
s m of my right hand? If Jacob! ,nmk tll:!l tn<" mother had cursed] like the first three years of the
realized that the intent of Rachel
was to make the child aware of
how Us birth caused her death,
and if this was the wish <>r Rachel,
why did Yakov change the name?
J think that we can answer this
with a simple 'ashal' (parable).
There
him in her dying! breath. He then- : fruits of a new tree. Somehow t
lore altered the name a trifle restriction classifi
es a new horn'
child as being a gift of God. It
indicates that every child belongs
to God who gives it life. It is only
by His grace that we can call the
child our own.
JACOBS HOMECOMING At Gods bidding, Jacob*
turned to Bethel, hasing first buried all the idols in the posse.
tea of his household under an oak tree in Shechem. God *
peered to him again, calling his name Israel, and renewed2
promise to give the Iniu to him and his seed. As they
Broaching Bethlehem. Rachel died giving birth to Benjamin*
long last Jacob reached Hebron, where he was reunited w
father. Isaac died at the age of ISO. and his sons Esau andJaat
bin ied him.
GENERATIONS OF ESAU: Esau had beco rj weatb
but as there was insufficient land in Canaan [or both him au
his brother to tend their flocks an.: herds, h took hi
and possessions and settled in Mount Seir. in the land of Earn
Esau became the ancestor "I many of the tribal chieftains uto
settled in that territory.
from Ben Onee to Ben Yamin
altering but slightly the name
given by his mother, yet retaining
to a great extent the sound and
the meaning o-4he-"intent of our
mother Rachel. And so was
was once a mother who born the last ef Jacob's sons
ha l no. been blessed with children. It is touching'to know that this from cutting his hair until he is
tventually, she became pregnant, son who was the result of true three years old
he doctors to!, her however, that sacrifice, became the son in whose that our restrictions regarding the l ,
her ptegnancy was a severe dan- territory our Temple was built. : new ehil were meantto admit'Dec> ** a^m- *- **? jW*"
- r tonei and thej recommended The basis of our religion is sac- thai the child belongs to God and ton Fed*"!-Bank Auditorium. 633
that sn. terminate the pregnancy. | rilice sacrifice for G-d and for '. that he becomes ours only by spe- i NE 167th'St'. Mrs. Morton Marcos
to. he, eftancea ol living were very our fellow man. eial grant from the Almighty. I will give a look review.

To show this feeling, we refrai
A viva Chapter Celebrates
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer Wo-
men will celebrate Chanukuh
with a candlelighting ceremony at
o as to signify i the regular meeting, Wednesday,
in
^rVr>rwv^^rVMAM|
*
CANDLELIGHTING TIM
15KISLEV 5:09 '
9 q
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
MIAMI
AH A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
AN SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Avd.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowita 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Friday 8:30 p.m. sermon: "Chanukah
in ili<- ViliuRe Chelm"
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Litton 4
i May 8:JO p.m Sermon; The D*.
nih.-r Dilemma Another Look."
Knttirda) .-. in. i!iir Mltsvah: Ballot
1 antor, -*m ol Mr and Mrs. ,1 Ed-
ward Cautoi
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman 5
BETH KODESH. *1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. .
Fi-ldtu K:1S p.m. Quest nannlrsr Ml-
chart l.itvak, director ,,( Bonds f..r
Israel, .|| dlReUHv "Chrrenl EKenta."
Mr. and .\*tm. Uanry areetibaam will
in 1 riK- iWi^k Bhnbbat. Ratorday >i:,
.1 in "Mi -ticprs of Truth." 4r^rt
p m "Portion ..f Law." .". p.m -Falae
MeKiahM'
BETH TOU (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkei 8
Friday 8:15 p.m. amml RpaaJter Mll-
..... Millar will sn.iiiii on topic: "A
\. u Love." followed hv 1 )n..K Rbab-
bal boated by .Mr unit Mrs. Milton
Miller hi lanior of hl birthday and
birth of ;i matnilil.iunhi.'i
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER I
Miami. 137- NE 19th Street. Reform. I
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10 |
Friday i"i p.m Dr. Joseph it Narot I
will Hi-, uaa 1 siiiml Here Where |
On v,.u Standr' Rabbi Barrj Tabach-I
mk.ifi will oniluei fnmil.v aervlce In1
Uumenlck Chapel for famlllea ..f ehll- 1
dren frem naraery aehool Hii-uurIi I
sradaj
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draain. Cantor- Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 5:10 p.m., s: 1 r. Sermon: "The
Communities Obligation* To The Jew-
lab Day School." Saturday 8:45 :. m
"Portion ..( th<- VVaek"
OR OLOM (Temple) B755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. ^3 .
TIFERETH ISRaVlT6500 N. Miami I
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice '
Klein. ^ I
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con- I
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. 1
Friihiv 7:0 p.m. family service fol-
lowed by oonseoratlo-n of AJenh ntti- I
denta of Concrecatlonal Hebrew
BahooL Saturday > a,m,
MAUAN
r'Zf"fTH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. I
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na. ;
than Zoiono>k.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Topi.-: lareal's Wraa- i
Ulna-, Saturday ::! a m
NORTH MIAMI
BifJ"2 "OS^E CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dix.e Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Oorfinhel, Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI 8CACH
A9,U.?A7H l8RAEL' T801 Carlyle Ave I
Orthodox. 17 |
^turday b**} a.m. th,r Mltavah: '
l.aym.iii.l Mark, son of .Mr. and Mrs
Sidney 1 luuiHer,
* oTHJS2AEL ^ 40h St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wei m
BST.H JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
TH F.APHAELT (Temple). 1545 I
Jefferson Ave. Conservat'e. Rabbi I
David Raab. Canto-- Saul Breeh. 2C 1
: BETH SHGLOM ( Temple). 4144 |
Chase Ave. Librral. Rabbi Leon ,
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Frida) S:IS p m in Kronish will
discuaa in Praisi ol Yiddish" i.\
Maurice Samuel.
BETH 1FILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov
ky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CON0.REGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lebrman. Cantor *vi Adter. 24
rrlday 8:38 p.m. Bermun topic: "Caal
t" N..I A-aj- In -Old Atcn." Salur-
day : a ro. "The Weekly portion of
rn.- Bible." 10:30 a.m liar Mltavah:
[Mac Bsuber, son of .Mr. anil Mrs
David Salber; Steven Brian Steen
on <>f Rhoda and Maurice skeen.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree ;
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Q">- ____#_ 25 !
CONO. AN-NELL (Brancn of He-
brew Academy). 7th 8t. and Merid-
d" ^"T.- ,Pthoi<- >bi Abraham
Ben-Hillel. 25.A
JA/tv8.^Si. COhBN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Wasmngton
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141f Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lettrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
ME NORA H (I ample). 20 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
Wita, Cantor Nico Feldman. 2
Friday I:1S p.m. Sermon topic. As-
cent and Descent." Saturday
Bar Milzvah: Mika.-I Kills'
Mr. and Mrs. lionalil Kllis.
BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubai.
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
SINA! (Temple) 01 NORTH DADE
18801 NE J2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor Irving
Shuikes. 37
------4>------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th A*e. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 3*
Friday '. '.:, Salurdajr :. .,, Sermon:
"Peace Tti.- Abstinence of War"
j YOUNG ISRAEL OF GKs-ATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
I Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABIES
JUOEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper 40
i Friday p.m. Members ..f Vouch
|Jr..up anil i-hllilrcn of reUKUiua school
will participate in sereloe. BaMsrday.
ll:3H am Rat Milzvah: Tvrri flail;
dauahter r.f Mr. u,\ Mrs i>vi.l
Dabov
EMANUEL. 3245 W. Osklan* M
aivd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur/a I
rams. Cantor Jerome Klemwl
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.plel '3J SE "**|
Conservative. Rai^bi Morm A. P*>|
Cantor Ernest Schreibtr.
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER.
NW 9th St.
HAlLANOAlE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENIt'l
Rabbi Max J. Weitz. Cn >' "l
Jacob Danziger. 126 NE. td "
: m
Still of
NER TAr*iu iiemp.ui. 80th St. and
i l.m W't^way. Conservative
Rabb. Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
0*?V SHALOM.* 7065 Bon,.. Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber
man. 20
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER, (45.
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi. Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION*eTZ CHAIM. 1542- '
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Croner. 32
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
MJRfSrDt
M2SAN OAVID CONGREGATION
I?9?. i4ardin0 Ave.. Surftid*. Town
. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
FT. LAUMRDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 547 E. Oak
and Park Blvd. Rabbi Akjva Bril-
liant. Canter Maurice Neu. 42
Hourwooe
BETH EL (Temple;. 1351 S Mf *l
Reform. Rabbi Samvel J. I
FrldftJ 8rt5 p.m .-. rni..n: (an.JJ.l
i-rn Man Praj "-' b{ '"'d
li.... of the ,.....il-t -iu.lv. prpf^l
by Mr. anil Mr- iTwrlei B. w*-!
in oatobratlon of ihelr r.-reni l
mmtrersary, who "ill ajso Ma ]
on.-n Shabbat.
BETH SHALOM rremplel.JJtJSi
roe St. Conservative Rabbi J
Malavaky. Cantorjrvmg 0m- j
SINAI (Temple). Wjffgjk
Conservative. Rsbb. 0>-< *" M
Cantor Yehuda He.lbrsvn.
MIRTmAR 1
ISRAEL (Tample) S920 SW J|
Conservative.
7 evmon
'program*
N2?I.H-r-r.BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 79th Street Cau.e.
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Philip Fried. 30.A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 10?J
NE IViiami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schuh. 31
l-ii.lnv 8:15 ,.in. Becmon: A. In
1'" Paw ;iii.n. u mi 1:,. f, |.
ture. Famll) hi n i. e condu. I I by
special Hebrew .lass led bj
\'.<> hter.
I*w. .%
Dec. :,
> M
Ch. 4, H-M) n m. The Kirst Estate
(Ripcat. (t on Ch. > at 5:30 p.m.1
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Tie. Theology of the Holocaust"
Guests: Rabbi Irving Deflrmatr, Rev. VTiIcy Scot!
Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jeuish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Dnvid Shni>iro,
Temple Sinai. Hollywood
Ch. 7. 13 n.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Jewish College Ymith"
Host: Rabbi Stanley Ringler,
B'nai B'rlth Hillel Foundation
....


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*Jewisti fkridlicTir
South Pacific Journey
Continued From Page 4-C
child. The nurse explained that
they had been confined to the hos-
pital for a month, and while they
had now recovered, it was neces-
sary to re-orientate them to once
again living in the bush before
they could finally be released.
Thus, should there be a relapse
under normal conditions the hos-
pital could handle them.
Like most of our Indians, the
Aborigines have learned that tour-
ists will buy almost anything they
make. They produce large numbers
of traditional bark paintings,
boomerangs, carved figures and
animals which are quickly gob-
bled up. Incidentally, we discov-
ered that every tribe has its own
type of boomerang, and that con-
trary to what we have been told,
they do not always return when
thrown. One expert has said that:
"Most boomerangs you see with
a picture of Sydney Harbor bridge
or a kangaroo on them are too
heavy to come back. A boomerang
that weighs more than six ounces
at the most won't return."
"It's a widely believed myth
that a boomerang is a wea[x>n."
he said. "If the boomerang is
heavy enough to stun an animal, J
it's too heavy to return. Actually |
the boomerang is a toy used by i
aboriginals to teach boys how to |
throw. In hunting the aboriginals
used heavy sticks and spears, but
not boomerangs."
Some years back, an English-
man Rex Battarbee taught some
of the Aborigines to paint. One
particular family headed by Al-
bert Namartjira, established a
reputation which has caused his
works to be in great demand, re-
sulting in prices that are unbe-
lievable. We visited his camp
where several of his five sons
were nonchalantly knocking out
a few watercolors that were sold
as soon as they were completed.
My artist wife, who is an expert
on these things, bemoaned the
fact that neither the teacher nor
his students possessed great tal-
ent, and that unfortunately, they
were catering to the tourist trade
instead of their own heritage.
In planning our trip we had
been unhappy with the fart that
plane connections during the off-
season would make it necessary
for us to remain in Alice Springs
for four days, and we questioned I
whether there was enough there '
to hold our interest that long. As :
events turned out, we were so!
fascinated by our experiences with
the Aborigines, we regretted need-
ing to leave when we did. We
could have easily spent a week to
good advantage.
Our final leg of the Australian
tour took us to Cairns on the
coast, mainly for the purpose of
visiting the Great Barrier Reef.
This series of detached, sometimes
isolated coral reefs, shoals, cays,
and islands is the biggest agglo-
meration in the world1250 miles
long and ranging in width from 10
to 150 miles. It would extend all
the way from Boston to Miami
Beach.
The most popular way to view
its wonders is to take a 90 min-
ute launch tiiu from Cairns, 17
miles out to Green Island. Here
one Is transferred to a flat g
bottom boat which cruises over a
typical section of the reef. Below
there unfolds a wonderland few
people have ever seen.
Tens of thousands of pictures
and millions of words testify that
the Great Barriei !: ,, ol
the wonders of the world of natu-
ral phenomena. Scientists have de-
voted whole lifetimes recording
the activities of the coral 1
whose myriad skeletons built a
giant wall in the ocean which ex-
tends practically along the whole
length of the Queensland Coast .
Expeditions have been made and
years of labor spent compiling mo-
tion pictures to show the world
the fantastic life that abounds in
these waters. So wonderful is the
Barrier Reef that words and pic-
tures become paled shadows of the
real fantastic life and colour that
the observer has laid out before
turn, and tens of thousands of peo-
ple from all parts of the world
come to see the Reef each year to
view the fabulous coral and mag-
nificent fish.
Once hark ashore on Green Is-
land, a new thrill awaits one.
Since the establishment of the
Marine Observatory jn June 1954,
new species and habits of marine
life have been noted, and one of-
ten sees the grim struggle for
existence which takes place as it
has done for eons of time. One ;
sees the millions of Sardine type '
fish scattering each morning and
evening before the onslaught of
shoals of Mackeral and Trevally;
one sees also the Anemone fish
living in perfect harmony with the
deadly sea-anemone. As the sun
sets the night feeding corals ex-
tend their polyps and bloom into
color when feeding on the micro-
scopic plankton. The Giant Clams
extend their mantled serrated
jaws within a foot of the observer.
On the western side of the obser-
vatory where coral had to be cut
away to allow the Chamber to be
placed in position, there has been
stocked magnificent specimens of
these clams and corals brought
from the outer reef. These were
tiansported completely under wa-
ter and each one without excep-
tion is carrying on its cycle of life
for the benefit of the observer.
This Observatory was sunk in
its present site with a little inter-
ference as possible to the sur-
rounding coral. Then, almost im-
mediately, the fish made it their
home. They are not fed and being
without banian, are free to go
from here when they wish. Often
the big mackerel, trevelly and
barracudas come to within a few
feet of the windows and ferocious-
ly attack the smaller fish. It is
then the small fish hide instinct-
ively among the corals for safety.
From this Observatory can be
seen approximately 24 types of
living coral both soft and hard.
The soft corals are fully develop-
ed and contrary to popular belief ]
sever harden. After life passes
them on, their contribution to the
building of the Reef is small com-
pared to the almost solid lime-
stone left by the hard varieties.
Those of you, who like this ob-
server, love the sea and never
cease to marvel at its wonders,
will find it difficult to lease this
fairy wonderland that is rapidly
disappearing under the changing
impact of Natures' grand plan.
But unfortunately for us, time
was our enemy, and planes do not
wait on reluctant travellers. We
had no choice other than to take
our leave for the mysterious is-
land of New Guinea which we will
report on in two weeks after first
escribing the Jewish community
>f Australia in next week's article.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4726
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
08108 ROSKNSTOCK
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 OSIOS ROSENSTOCK
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 733-
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 will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 3rd
day of November, A.D. 1S71
JACK ROSENSTOCK
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 12th day of November, 1971.
TALIANOFF& UADER
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
11/12-19-26 12-3
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name ol
Ni'i LE DON IN at 75 XK Ki Street;
Miami, Florida Intends to regiatei kid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LORRAINE M IN1N
I BON \l:i> SV8S1IAN
r Nl "! i lonln
^ 4 Biacayne Building, Miami
11 12-19-26 12-3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4313
'ARTHUR W. PRIVM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: l. tate of
CH MM ES I I iLLACK
Den
T.i All Creditors ;,i .1 A !. Hav-
ing Claims or Demandi Bald
Estate:
Y"U are hereby notified and re-
quired t. present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
lie "f CHARLES POLLACK
.....!- 'I late of Dade Count* Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dad.
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and a.v provided in 8e< I on 731
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 will
! be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of November, A.D. 1971.
SOPHIE POLLACK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19th day of November, 1971
PHILIP BLOOM
Attorney for Estate
2.1 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
11/19-26 12/1-10
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. 71-21481
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IN RE: F MARR,AGE
SHEILA MARIA AILES,
Petitioner
and
JAMES AII.ES. JR.,
Respondent
TO: JAMES AII.ES, JR.
K F Ii. Sweaboro Avenue
Paulshnro, New Jersey O8027
YOU A UK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it
on HOWARD F. ILLMAN. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 350
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above stvied court on or before
December 15th. 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 for four consecutive weeks
In Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
\\ IT.N'ESS my hand and the seal
of said ,oUrt at Miami. Florida on this
..th day of November. 1971
E B. I.EATIIERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
( in nit Court Seal)
LAW OFFICES OF
ROHERT H BURNS
Howard F I'llman
3f.n Lincoln Head
Miami Beach, Florida
B31-1241
Attorney for Petitioner
______________________ 11/12-19-26 12-3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4771
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" RE Estate of
FLORENCE B. WEINMAN
I leceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
'!*. lalms "r 'i.uiands.Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which you may have agalnsl
Hi. estate of FLORENCE H WEIN-
MAN deceased late of Dade County
Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade ounty, ami fu. the same In
-J,il>!'.""iV'""! '". "rovid1 Section
733.16. Honda Statutes, in ih.-ir of-
fices in Die County Courthouse in
Dade 'ounty, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
['*','"......aV" h-ref. or the same
win be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day of November, A D I9T1
MADBLYN Q, BAUL
As Executrix
First publication of thla notice on
the 12th day "i Nov l'Ci
LOUIS OILLMAN
Attorney for Estate
20 Ingreham Bldg Miami, Fia
-------------- II ".' 19-26 12/3
IN.T.H5 COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 71-4597
, ,..... (BLANTON)
in RE: Estate of
TII.i.ie RADBR FELLENBAUW
i..... ed
To ah Credit, r and All !>.-.,,. Hnv-
K-iai, '"' """:""ls Again* Bald
jTou are hereby notified and re-
and dn.
'"' TnU* vrt" "" ah >l
IE FtADER i
Conn v ""''*''' taU "f ";"]"
''""" ,'>' ':". to the County
;V "f ,M'1'- County and file
" ',' ta and as dm!
v I Sn III ::: |, Florid. Star
,".' ". '< offices in 5," Countv
within ,u ...,;. ,,,,..' H;
t\ time ..f ii,,. nrat publication
;f, or the -,... will be bVrred
, Pated at Miami, Florida thlsioth
I November, ,\ r> ,..-,' ,n"' ,0,n
-i ,r^,', ","' :" *:......r ""--' ""'ice on
the lth day of November 1971
RHODA F TAJBN '
_,V; 5"....." "'' Estate of
TII.I.IE RADER FELLBNBAUM,
WAI LACH N Ma'f.'i:
Js Biacayne itmiciing
Miami. Fla 3.1130 11/12-19-26 12/J
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-22773
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The Marriage of
DAVID PAMl'RA.
Husband
and
PHYLLIS C. PAJIIIRA
Wife
TO: PHYLLIS C. PAMURA
Residence Unknown
You. PHYLIJ8 C. PAMDRA, are
hereby notified that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it on the
Petitioner's attorney, SIDNEY EK-
RONSON 612 Ainsley Bldg.. Miami,
Florida 33132 and file the original
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 7th day of Jan
1972: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Horida, this 23rd day of Nov. A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
U.v: R M KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY BFRON8QN
612 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner
11/26 12/3-10-17
"Wl HOTKl
IN THE COUNTv~T *
IN AND FORk^DGE'!
; B Mil.
Deceased
'ASSfMILLER "'
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4695
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
SAMUEL WELLISCH
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 SAMIEL WEI.I.ISM
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 733 -
16. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
(.ounty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 2nd
day of November. A D IJfi
KCRT WELLISCH
R08E SCHREIDBLL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 12th day of November, 1971
KI-RT WELLISCH
A Homey for Kurt Wellisch and
Rose Schreldell
<>>-Be,culor* **
167 AlrneVta Avenue
Coral Cables,."Florida 3304 -
11 12-19-26 12-3
Estate: ,w-nanda
You are her..i...
Quired to r, ... "Mlnal
mands which v,a"! clim
the estate of 7\.-nu! **
to the County jit ^u
ty, and file ,.""*""'&
",- provided ,'Vn
Florida Statute!) ii .?*'
the Countv C.urV,n "*ir
ty, Foriila, wTt'hVn* '" Q-
months from the ,Tm."x
K!S......-':VI
First Pubu7aitaSe?.gS
the i9.i, dav-;.;'v;.0'hi'ii
i?.EPH S,""M'r ,L
Attorney for Estate
605 LI,,,,.,-,, ,;.,:. .M]:im
NOTICE BV PUBLrCATION
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 MAURI AUK OF
CLYDE RUSSELL, .Ii: Husband '
and
TERRY AXX RUSSELL. Wife
TO: CLTDE RCKSEI,!.;:jlt
"B" Battery, 7th itn,
2nd Artillery
A P.O. 96301
Ser. No 41S7s2flJ
Y,.U, CI.TDE HI SSEI.I.. JR.. are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you. and vou are re-
quired to serve a copy '<{ your An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition on
.v-i!!'.V!'r.; attorney, sol, ALEX-
ANDER. B8Q 19 W Flakier Sire.l
Suitei 817, Miami. Florida, 3.11.1" and
nie the original Answer or Pleading
in th. office of the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court on or before the 17th day
J/.Dec H71 If you fail to do M
judgment by default will be taken
against y,.u for the relief d< inande.l In
the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
'"n1.',,';.'''^-/'"" f""r consecutive wi
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE ANDi ORDERED at Miami.
Mornla, UU .Mil day of Nov. A.D.
. K r: LEATHERMAN, Clark,
' Ircull our'. Dade cUntv. Florida
By: It M KISSEE
11, puty ci.rk
(< Ircull Court s. all
_______ 11 12-19-26 12-3
'nthENc7rcu.?FcouTr?5,
EL(EVENTH JUDICIAL1,*
eiu?iA?5 COUNTY "'
CIVIL ACTION 7t Mm.
In RF- TS,UIT, F0R 'V0iS?
in kk. Th. Marriage of
mJO GONZALEZ, Hu'band
.lilt]
TO: gCARDAOolgkSf
Reside,,. ,. rnknown
lou, EDVARDA r.,j\7,,
nCTn/ ;""", lh" mfi
plaint for Divorce haj
against you, .,,.,1 roa a'r
serve a copy of your Anwili
'"',"' "'I' of comphta,"
Plaintiffs attorney, SETum
Miami. Florida, 33135 Pirn
4S1I and file th. ..nglnaijET
Pleading In ,l. office of flfl
,'he. Circuit Cun on or b*
nrd day of December, n;i
L"m i" ."' ludsment by,
v.Ill be tal:. v,u ,
relief demanded | Ine BiU of!
plaint.
This notice shall ^ pubii*-.
fa ..w'"k ur ''"i-wcutha
in THE JEWISH I IORIDIAS
DONE AND DRDERKDMI
Florida, this tUt of H
A.D. t-71
E. It LEATHERMAK.I
Circuit Courl P : r.unty i
By: C P roPELAND"
.. ^ Deputy Clert
(Circuit (our; Si
SETSIOUR M I.IT.MAV
M1 West Fl
Miami. Floi
Attorney for Plaintiff
Phone: 642-4-: 1
11 l-2ll!l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTTBI
the UMden ilesirinc to *tt,_
bnsiness under th, fl tltiOM tjwI
r n CUBAX Til K at iiax|
29 Street, Mlam Floridii intulT
register said name with the *
the. Circuit Coart of Dade
Florid*.
RAIMIM"' I! rASTF.I.UNdl
RAIMI'NDO -I I I IllimaW
MARVIN Rl 'SS FRIEDMAN 1
Attorney fi iVMthal
and Ralmundo H c^-i-llanoi
iri^-:utnl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY arVBN that
In Vih?.f.r",*n5, d"-lng to engage
in Mujneaa under the rictltlous name
s-r,,!I--"' -}"" ,;ai: PACKAOH
\Ui\ 1 ', X y -7"1 Avenue,
Mi. in. Florida Intend to register said
' oui i ol i lade County, Florida
RICHARD Kill \
Ml IRTON BCHW \l:TZ
SANpord H K.:.\Mi:!Y *
Attori B) for HI, hard Kulla and
-Morion Bchwartl
______ It-19-M i-J-3
NOTICE UNDER
.__ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
..NOTICE IS HEREI.Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t engage In
MAHt-DIUncoV,^v,^,,,,'J" "'"' 3
mami ui COMPANY and MAHrni
M .mT^Lr'ii '.". NiS 2"1 AAv"nue'
Miami, Forlda Intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida. Urcu"
SHAH JANAK NAROTANDA8
11/12-19-M 12-J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'Tck is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
AI?!o "'",'"" "'' "ctltlOUa name of
c. mi^vv BROTHERS PATNTINO
1 "MIANV at MOO N W. ttrd Ave-
l";-- -M.....i. Fla intend to register
s.,d na,e with the Clerk of th. Clr-
cult i ourt of Dad, C lunty, Florida
ROINBR ARMAS
ORESTE It ARMAS
11 12-ls-2fi 12-3
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COlfl
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT1
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.4349
(FRANK B D0WLINGI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Esl......
CLAIRE l" iRI M W
Deci asi d
To All Credli : UI !'
Ing Claims ei
ESatate:
Vou an here nol Red aw i
quired to pi i "is a*
mands which you I'-'VhaveM
the estati rLAIRE IhiRF
deceaai d Ii Coanty.FI
to the ci-
ty, and
and as nr
Florida Statute* Ir,
the CounD Courtl u in Pail'
ty. Florid ri ii
mont' ,( "', ,
nubli, ..-..:
be I an. d ,kUi
Haled at Mini I*. """
day of Ni v< ml v ll
SAMI'EI .-' BROWN
\
Firs' pul Hi "
the i-th das '''
TAIJANi IFF AN I IDS"
Attorne; n, l
MOLIl 'j-wi|
,____NOTICE UNDER
x..F.ICTIT'ous NAME LAW
theJd'K 'S P5"ffT OTWN that
h,,ti^nd,'n,'K."l. desiring to engage in
"."''"SL""' ,T,",e 'i--"tlus names of
l bSb?}^. chichabritas,
fVtuu.T^'1'^ J'Al-ANtiA and I-A
FATHKI.U YAI'TIA CHIPS at R16
;^h'1'8. BldB: Mlml- D"*1-- norSa
kL cd .'" /"5'"' h%>fiU&c,rcu,t Court ot "de
THE STAR DOMINICAN PRODUCTS,
_ INC.
By: Thomas R. IJerena.
Resident Agent
10/29 11/6-12-1*
IN THE COUNTV JUDCIE:S
IN ANDFOR DADE COUNIf.
FLORIDA IN PR0BATE
No. 7'-J843
(FRANK B. DOW'-INGI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE !
MORRIS HORV
ToA IP*"*!-1
Ing claim- or Di in.- i
Had .inil
Es ia:e:
You are hei iZ.'SH
quired ti i
in.i.Ml- which you n
unty. **5
Dad) "*
.. in ilupW
iiniii'i. n ii.' ii .....
late of M<
,i I' ide I
to the Counts It
ty. and file i......"
and
Florida StatUti ,'.'('.
the Countv Courthou* l?' ...i,
ty, Flor.da n thli -) ';"
months from the lint" ,
publoatlon hereof, or the w
be barred. _,in this
Dated at Miami. H-rida.
Dated at Miami. '"="
day of November, ADb,
FANNIE lb'KVW1*
As Exe.utrix
First publication of ui"
the 19th day of November. "
ZEV W. KoflA.V ,^j,.
Attorney for Fannie Hor*" ^ J
1899 Collins Ave Mn^1^ ,,/j.ll j


ww
December 3, 1971
*Jenist> rhridMairt
Page 11-C
IEGAI NOTICE
UOAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
r-TITIOUS NAME LAW
V is MKKKiiY GIVEN that
raUrned, desiring to engage in
under 'he fictitious name
i \ kcktaim.k i>ii, al 1010
| ''.: Court, -Miami, Fla, In-
h" ii leister said name with tile
ft the Circuit Court of Dado
'"i'.'riS A. LOWE
11 12-10-28 12-3
CftWCUtf OOURT'OP'THE ,
,ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-22734
JTICE BY PUBLICATION
|i;i:: THK MARBIAOK OF
If SEOl'ROLA, husband
L s \ si:> hboi.a, wife,
(JEOKCHNA sbqurola,
address: 50 Orient Way
.I. Xew Jersey 07O70 arc rc-
Hi.- >our answer to the pe- I
dissolution of marriage with
i of the above court and!
oiiy thereof upon, HERMANi
ESQ., 1310-11 Congress I
Miiiiiu. Florida :i3i32 on or
Ban. 7. 1972. Otherwise a de-
Ill be entered against you.
i: II. I.EATHKlt.MA.s
tl.-rk of the Circuit Court
Uj : )'.. M. KISSEE
Court Seal)
11/88 18/8-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-21638
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage or
RANDY joe BL'RLESON, Husband,
PATSY ethei.ene bcrlesoNV'
YOU PATSY ETHELENE BURLE-
SON, residence unknown, ARE
iM:i.iinv"^.'nviKI> iroUffae your
written defense to this divorce with
the Court's Clerk ami serve a copy
upon Plaintiffs Attorneys, VON
ZAMFT ft smith. 1512 Capital Bank
Bids;., .Miami. Florida on or before
the uth da) of December, 1971, else
the Complaint will be taken as'con-
fessed.
DA'l ED: November B, 1971.
E. i. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
BY: Q. M WOODARD
I 'epuly Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11 12-19-2.; 12 ::
UGAL NOTICE
notice under
;titious name law
(i: IS HEREBY orVEN that
|. rslgned, desiring to engage |
n< sS under the lictitious name
iDINti MAfiTERS "P FI.OR-
1820 S.W. 85th Avenue. Mi-
871., Intends to register said
uth the Clerk of ih'; Circuit
I tarie County, Florida
PRANCES HOIK Hi.NKK
11 _"<; 12,3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ice is hereby given that
erslgned, desiring to engage in !
B under the fictitious name of
RMINT HAY CLUB al 7.'. nk
i't, .Miami. Florida Intends to ;
Raid name with the Clerk of I
rt uit Court of Dade County, I
LORRAINE DONIN
1RD Sl'SSMAN
for Peppermint Hay Club
Icayne Building;. Miami
11/J2-19-26 12-3
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
1. rslgned, desiring to engage in
s under th>i fictitious name of
REALTY SHOP at 1710 Alton
Miami Beach. Florida intend
ter said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dadc County,
ISRAEL SOXNOWrcZ
SARA SOSNOWICZ
Y NORTON
for applicants
ayne Bldg. .Miami
tVJt 12,3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
di-rsigne-d, desiring to engage
liaess under the fictitious name
(A Y SERVICES at 14977 N.W.
ourt. Opa Leeka, Dade County,
i intends to register said name
ih. Clerk of the Circuit'Court
County. Florida.
RA1SCO. INC
HERBERT A- COLD
1 EV l>. CAIDIN
or RaJsco. Inc.
K IV, 24th Court
l-kit, Florida
11,'2 12 :l-1"-17
NOTICE UNDER
rICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
lii'l. r.-igned, desiring to engage
is under the fictitious name
UtVIC REALTY at 177 Ocean
Drive, Miami. Florida intend to.
said name with the Clerk ol
i uit Court of Dade County.
MARGERY HOROWITZ
VICK1 RUBIN
r JACOBHON, BLOCK ft
>m:t. p.a,
for Margery Horowitz and
rlubiu
11 26 12/3-10-11
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
r.\ RE:
KEMP P. B. BONNER, JR.
and
HAZEL A. BONNER.
TO: HAZEL A. BONNER,
Kealdence Unknown
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for ins.-.union ,,f Mar-
nag, lias been filed against you and
you are required to s. rvc a copy
of your wrMteu defenses, If any, to
it on ROBERT H. BURNS, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 350
Lincoln Rd., .Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled couri on or be-
fore December 22. 1971: otherwise I
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXRMDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 12th day of November. 1971.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: 1. SNEEDEN
As |ic|*jt\ Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQUIRE
.ISO Unooln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla. .'31-1241
Attorney for Petitioner
11 19-26 12 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2924
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
BEATRICE TOBIAS
I deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ij* claims or Demands Against Said
i.m.....: -
Y,.u are hereby notified and re-
qwsed' to fVeWiit mry' clalim 'mut'tic-
mands which you may have against
the estate of beatrick tobias
deceased late of Dadi County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7M -
18, 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 will
in- barred.
Mated at .Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of November. A.D. 1871.
HAROLD M. WIENER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tin- 19th day of November, 1971.
LESTER ROGBR8
Attorney for Executor
14."i4 N.W. 17th Avenue
11/19-26 12 3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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 re:
THE MARRIAGE I F
PATRICIA '", HETSEL
Wife
ami
twin, l" ii,:t.-W."-3
Husband.
-C"
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
erslgned, desiring to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
M:MY PRKP SCHOOL at 4u7
" Head. Miami Beach, Florida
s to register said name with
"rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'>. Florida,
AMERICAN
il'tOL OF I-ANOBAGB8, INC.
?> Sheldon N. Rose, President
I-Ml I. ft GROSS
pleys for American
It/wl Of Languages
.Ineoln Road
Beach, Florida
11 L'li 18 :!-1ft-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .
FLORIDA|N PROBATE
No. 71-4659
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fn RE: Estate of DOROTHY RAVER
I a k a DOROTHY RACER COHN
Decee ; To All Creditors, a ml All. Persons Hav-
1 ing Claim-, 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 DOHoTHY BALER
a/k/a DOROTHY BAUER COHN de-
ceased late t. l>ade county, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County
and file the same in duplicate ami
as provided In Section 733.18. Florida
Statutes. In .their -offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad, County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
! the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12th
I day of November. All 1971.
WILLIAM BERTCHBR
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
' the 19th day of November. 1971.
DAVID S. RUMBLE, ESQ.
Attorney for Executor
3.'.n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
11 19-28 12 8-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
I'NITED DISPATCH SERVICES al
3401 N.W. 88th Street. Miami. Fla.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
RENE LOPEZ
DAVID ROMANO
i i 'W-26 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 MARRIAGE
IN RE:
JOHANNA TAMASSY KASZAL,
Wife
and
Till. >R KASZAL
Husband.
TO: TIBOR KASZAL
Matyas Fold
Tancsics Ul 19
Budapest, Hungary
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution Of -Mar-
riage hag' been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on A. E. PACZIER. ESQ., GOLD-
MAN, GOLDSTEIN PACZIER, At-
torney for Petitioner. 2401 Wesl Flag-
ler, Street. Miami, Florida 33135. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before I tec.
27th, 1971; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he 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
Uth day of November, 1871.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
A-s Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A 11 PACZIER
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN &
PACZDSR
2401 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33133
Attorney for Petitioner
11/19-26 18/8-10
To: SOT. CARL K. HETSEL JR.
S.S. Nci. 400-80-9737
Clark Air Force Base
Manila,
Republic of the Philippines
You. CARL K. HETSEL, Jr.. are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plain) for Divorce has belli filed
agalnsl you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer up
Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, MARSHALL
B. FI8HER, 791.4-A 104th Street, Ken-
dall, Florida 33158 and tile the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the ".1st day of Dec. 1971. If
you fall to do mi. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief ,i, mand, (I in the Bill of
Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, ibis 18th day of Nov A P
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
1971.
Circuit Court. I lade Count v. Florida
By : R, M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAR8HALL B. FISHER
7914-A li'ith Street
Kendall, Florida ;;:;l r.;
Tele. : L'T 1 -8082
Attorney (or Plaintiff
II 26 12 3-10-17
an- hereby notified and i(---
to present any claims and jj -
v.iiioiv >*i.mayirlW ...-.,rv-t
NOTICE UNDER
r,nf.ICT,T,ouS NAME LAW
jJTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
rKl S CATERERS ut 237 North
'Avenue, Miami, Florida In-
to register said name with the
pitM Circuit Court of Dade
sty. MorHla.
TERRY ZBIOLBR
ON c GOODMAN
l,'., I"r Terry's Caterers
F j-ii Biscayne Building
pest Magler Street
. Florida 13130
11/26 12/3-10-17
,NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K S is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
CABi'5 .u.'"l'r ,h- fictitious name
Ih, N 1,('TEL at number 1433
k-h i.V",'!"' in ,h <-ly of Miami
h ".!'1'rln"- Intend to register said
irt.f II' ,lhe CWrk "' "" Circuit
jr or n.ole County, Florida
lit v'" ^'ismi. Florida, this 22nd
Pt November, 1971.
I'HILIP lll/>OM
''SB BLOOM
iivni','00"' Interest
Kr rsuv!.IrA'BK*DOOTH
I Au.,ie> Building
7 '"onda 33132
11/26 12/3-10-17
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,
Plaint iff.
R. CASEY GREGOIUCH,
Defendant.
Tt>: R. CASEY GRBGORICH
3061 Edgewater 1-ine
1-a Crosse, Wisconsin ."4fi01
You. R. CASEY GRBGORICH, are
hereby notified that a Complaint for
Partition has been filed against you.
and vnu are required to serve a ropy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney.
SOL ALEXANDER. ESQ., 19 W. Flag-
ter street. Suite 31". Miami, Florida,
33130, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office .-f 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
1>.i S. of ROSE PARK ADDI-
TION ONE according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
IS, at page 31. of the Public. Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of November.
1971.
K B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/19-26 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
DONALD W. MASON, JR.
TO: DONALD \V. MASON, JR.
Residence Unknown
Address unknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage hat been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on ROBERT II BURNB, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 350 Lln-
i coin Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.. and file
- the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before De-
| cember I'l'. 1971; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you lor
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
12th day of November, 1971.
B. B LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadc County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy-Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
ROBERT H ISDLNS
3M Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla. 531-1241
Attorney for Petitioner
11/19-26 12.3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business irmrer the fictitious name
of EL GLOBO RITPBRMARKBT at
470-47S S.\V. 17th Avenue, Miami In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc
County, Florida.
ROSIL HOLDING CORIKIRATION
By JOSE A. SOTO, SECRETARY
11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARBBTTBR HOT DOGS at 5851 S.W.
Mb Street. Miami. Fla int.lid to teg-
Inter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROBERT ARBETTER and
i-'I.A.MINIA ARBETTER, his it'-
ll 2ti 13 8-t0-lt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW_.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the unddrslgned: desiring to engage in
business under the tictnious name of
JEWISH EDI'CATIONALPRODCCTS
at "Miami. Florida Intends to register
said'name wltrr the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ol Dole County Florida.
EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS, INC.
GERALD cantor. President
11/26 12.3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4919
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Kstale of
JACOB BP1NDBL
I H < ased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Ag
Kstale
.You iit-i
quired t
attuuMBti
the estate of JACOB SPINDEL de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had. Cou
ty. and file the same in duplicate
and as provided iii Becttr/n 7:'.:: 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices m
the County Courthouse in Dad.- C*ou -
ty. Florida. wnl.in six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
lie barred.
Dated al Miami. Florid.,, this 17th
day ol Nov. mlier, A l>. 1971,
M< IRRIS SPINlic
JOSH REPHUN
As Executors
First publication Of this ti-
the 86th day of November,
H ISH REPHI'N
Attorney for Bxecutors
!::7" Washington A ve iio-
Miami Beach, Florida 83139
11/28 12 3-10-17
lie, --I"!
197
NOTICE OF ACTION
CON&TKUCTIVE 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 SANFORD,
PETITIONER
and
ROBERT LEE SANFORD,
RESPONDENT
TO: ROBKRT LEE SANFORD
34 Moriiingside Avenue
New York, New York
YOi; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai 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 MARTIN 1>. LB RIB, attorney for
Petitioner, Whose1 address is 48C4 N.W.
7lh. Ayenuc, .Miami, Florida 33127.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
rorjj December 31, 1871; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH FIXHtlDIAN.
WITNESS .my hand ami the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this gynd-day of November, 1971.
B. 11. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit court Seal)
MARTIN D. l.l'KIE
HAMAR AND LL'RIB
4S."i4 N.W. 7th Avenue
.Miami. Florida 33127
Attoi lie) for Petitioner
11 26 12 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2076
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MARION RU'HABIi REESE
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons lin-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil i -
ciulred to present any claims at d
demands which you mav have against
thi estate of MARION RICHARD
REESE deceased laic of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same i .
duplicate and as provided in Section
7:::t 16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time Of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1-ori
day of Nov., AD. 1971.
DAVID C. HENDERSON
987 4th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
AS Executor
First publication of this notice 00
the 28th day of November. 1971.
ROBERT H BURNS
Attorney for Executor
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/88 18/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4779
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
ALEXANDER WBINBERG
I lir.,01 d,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hert by notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estat..... AI.KXAMiKK WBIN-
BERG deceased late of I >ade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, end file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.10, Florida statutes. In their of-
Im.s In the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida this
day of November. AD. 1871.
SAMUEL it. PEARLMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the l-'th dav of November, 1971.
SAMUEL B. PEARLMAN
Attorney for Executor
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/13-19-26 12 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4594
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
PETER R1DNICK
I >,, rased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hv-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstale:
YOU are hereby notified and re-
(liiired to present any claims and d -
mands which you may have against
the .state of PETER RUDNICK d--
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 788.16.
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
b. barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lTiii
das of November, A.D. 1971.
JACK A ABBOTT
As Administrator
C.T.A.
First publication of this notice -o
thC -''illl daj of November. 1971.
ABBOTT AND FRUMKE8
Attorney for Administrator
120 Uncoil! Road. Miami Beach, F'a
ii :i; 12/3-10-17
the
3rd
on
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 RE: Estate of
ETHEL GREENE
a ka ETHEL D GREENE
De. eased.
NOTICE 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 GREENE a I, a ETHEL D.
GREENE, deceased: and that on the
8th day of December, i:'7i. will ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
*]' Dad.- County, Florida, for approv-
al of said Final Report and for dis-
tribution ami final discharge as Ex-
ecutors of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This ath day of
November. 1971.
WALTER KAPI.\N
FREDERIC STEPHEN GREENE
SPARBER, ZEMEL, ROSKIN AND
HBILBRONNBR P.A.
Attorney
i Itin North Biscavne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33132
11/12-19-26 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. 71-22439
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOYCE A. WINKLER
Wit-
and
ROBERT K. WINKLER
Husband
To: HUBERT K. WINKLER
(Residence unknown)
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any, to it on
MARSHALL B. FISHER, attotney
for petitioner, whose address is 791 l-A
l4th Street. Miami. Florida, and
fib- the original with tne clerk of
the above styled court Ml or htit'or.
De. 81st, 1 J'T 1: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for thn
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida oi
this 1Mb .lav of Nov., 1971. I
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
11 ul.- ( Vtinly. Florida
By: R. M KISSES)
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit ('ourt Seal I *V
MARSH M.I. B FISHER
71'1 l-.\ 14th Street
Miami. Florida 38188 ,
At lorney for Petitioner
11/88 18 3-10-lT
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of EL MINI"' SUPERMARKET at
1057 West Flaghr Street. Miami. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
P V. HOLDING CORPORATION
By PEDRO J. PEREZ, SECRETARY
11,26 12/3-10-17


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Fridqy. DecemW -
After 50 years at the
corner of Lincoln Road Mall
and Alton Road The Miami
Beach First National Bank
has moved 100 yards east.
It is a cause for celebra-
tion for us and for you.
. It is a move that marks
the half-century of growth
of a small bank in a small
community to a financial
institution in a city that has
become the resort capital of
three continents.
Come celebrate with us.
| Whether or not you bank
with The Miami Beach First
National Bank, visit our new
building and register to win
one of the exciting prizes
and trips to be awarded
during our 50th birthday
celebration.
You might win an 8-day
Holiday for Two in Mexico.
You'll fly in a luxurious big
modern DC-8 jet to Mexico
City via Aeronaves de Mex-
ico, Mexico's largest airline,
and be our guest in superb
accommodations at the
Continental Hilton Hotel.
Or, enjoy a magnificent
7-day cruise for two to
Jamaica aboard the m/s
Starward, one of the Nor-
wegian Caribbean luxury
liners. Or, you might get a
bigger kick out of sailing
your own boat, a genuine
Alcort "Sunfish" sailboat.
Or, win a Ruppster mini-l
dune buggy fun machine
perfect for golf course orl
beach-whips up to speeds!
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. v
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Or, a pair of beautifully
upholstered tub chairs suit-1
able for home or office, by
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*s
To win all you have to do
is register during our
Open House celebration,
November 22nd to
December 24th.
Even if your name isn't
picked for one of the grand
prizes, there'll be free gifts
for everyone.
THE MIAMI BEACH ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1111 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
MIAMI BEACH
Member: The United Banking Group and F.D.I.C.


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