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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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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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HARRY A. WfY NAMED CHAIRMAN Of $11 mitUOM MM
Federation Sets 1972 Campaign Goal
Brry A. Levy. Miami Beach
,1 owner, land aeveloper and
iler, has been named chairman
he 1972 Combined Jewish Ap-
|-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
n, according to an announce-
t made by Robert Russell,
[iident of the Greater Miami
rish Federation.
recipient of the Presidents'
Jership Award in 1970 for
Standing and devoted service
Ihe community, a member of
[Federation's Board of Direc-
prtsident of the American
Friends of Hebrew University, a
Board member of Temple Emanu-
El, and a member of the United
Jewish Appeal's Young Leadership
Cabinet, Mr. Levy is well versed
in the role of voluntary philanth-
ropy," said Mr. Russell.
At a special Board of Directors
meeting held this week, the rec-
ommendation of Mr. Levy and the
Campaign Steering Committee for
a 1972 goal of $11 million was
unanimously accepted. Voicing
confidence that the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami will
meet its responsibilities, Mr. Levy
accepted his new role as chairman
with an accompanying pledge
from Mr. Russell that he and all
community leaders who made the
1971 campaign the most successful
in Miami's history, would not only
be at Mr. Levy's side but would
commit themselves fully to this
great effort.
According to Mr. Levy, the 1972
CJA-IEF campaign will not be a
"business as usual" campaign ef-
fort.
"This year, free world Jewry is
facing its greatest challenge," Mr.
Levy declared, "with full respon-
sibility for the complete range of
social welfare programs in Israel.
To meet this overwhelming hu-
manitarian need, the overall 1972
world campaign goal is $1,125,-
0OO.0O0-$450,0O0,000 of which is
the United Jewish Appeal's re-
sponsibility the responsibility
of the American Jewish commun-
ity."
Commenting on his new posi-
tion, Mr. Levy spoke of promises:
"The moment a Jewish child is
born he is bound by a promise
4,000 years old," he said. "He is
bound by a solemn covenant in
which his ancestors pledged to
protect one another from oppres-
sion, to care for one another in
need.
"And we enjoy freedom from
oppression and want today be-
cause Jews before us, during cen-
turies of persecution and sacri-
fice, have kept the promise. Now
it is we who have promises to
(Continued on Page 9-A')
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 44 Number 50
Miami, Florida Friday, December 10, 1971
Five Sections Price SI.00
IGolda Reassured
By U.S. Leaders
U.N. Security
Council Is
[WASHINGTON (WNS) Is-
M's Premier Golda Meir re-
ceived assurance that the U.S.
jmlri not permit the balance of
(er to change to Israel's dis-
lantage in the Middle East
i hat Israel would continue
receive economic aid to main-
|iii that balance.
The assurances came after
Meir mot for five hours in
1 ate meetings with Presi-
ni Nixon at the White House
hd with Secretary of State
f; m P. Rogers in the State
tpartment. It was not known,
j if the shipment of
pantom Jet tc Israel would be

[(iuMTiiment spokesmen re-
lated that it had been agreed
Ini the talks would be confi-
wili:il and that no diplomatic
ft inn on the Middle Kast could
"resumed or undertaken" nn-
nfter the end of the I'.X.
in. pal 1 wnmMji debate on the
liilillc East which began on Dec.
| Mi ir's two-hour discus-
i th President Nixon was
i : by White House
> an Ronald Ziegler. who
hid A useful and satisfactory
mission was held on Israel's
ng-term needs for modernizing
Hd maintaining the capacity of
Israel's defense forces in the
context of our ongoing policy of
maintaining the military bal-
ance."
The President stated, Mr.
Ziegler confined, that Israel
must maintain a long-term de-
fense and the VJk must assist
in that process. However, sim-
ply maintaining the military
balance in itself would not bring
peace; negotiations are needed.
Asked if differences were nar-
rowed or resolved at the meet-
ing, a State Department source
said, "It is difficult to answer
that with cither of these words
but the atmosphere was good."
Questioned on the delivery of
Phantoms to Israel, the source
declared; "Both governments
are agreed that we should not.
as governments, bo put in a posi-
tion of confronting one another
on this matter of aircraft. Any
Statement, action or editorial
from any quarter that poses the
:-- of relations between the
U.S. and Israel in the narrow
context of these aircraft docs an
injustice to the actual state of
our relations."
Diplomatic sources here said
Mrs. Meir's talks were "good in
spirit" but indicated that further
problems and discussions remain.
IScaiidal Probes Produce A
Lot Of Smoke, Little Fire
JKRCSALEM (JTA) Offic-
hd inquiries into two alleged
siness scandals have produced
moke but little fire.
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon,
those name was mentioned in
he Knesset probe of the bank-
Upt Autocar So. Sunday, ad-
nit ted that the gift of a motor-
oat by the firm to his home
Uage of Kibbutz Ginnosar was
na'.o with his knowledge but
phased to comment further on
|he matter.
According to testimony taken
psterday by the Knesset finance
fomniittoe, Autocar, now in re-
eivership, once planned to man-
ufacture motorboats but aban-
doned the idea and gave the
Prototype model to Kibbutz Gin-
frsar on the shores of Lake
Kinnereth.
Sources at the Education Min-
istry, which is headed by Allon,
explained that the firm had ap-
proached Ginnosar fishermen in
1963 to test three fiberglass
craft. Two of them sank and
Itzhak Shubinsky, -managing
director of Autocar, agreed to
let the kibbutz keep the third
boat, they said. The boat was
eventually sold for $240 and
the proceeds spent on sports fa-
cilities for the kibbutz children,
according to the sources.
There was no comment from
any quarter on testimony by the
former chairman of the Auto-
car board of directors that Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir
Continued on Page 12-A
'Ineffective'
JERUSALEM JTA) Act-
ing Premier Yigal Allon said in
a radio interview this week that
the Indo-Pakistani war servedi
as a warning to small powers of
the ineffectiveness of the United
Nations Security Council in
averting or halting wars. Small
states everywhere, including the
Middle East could find them-
selves the victims of Big Power
interests and interference, he
added, but he hopes "the lessons
of this tragedy are not lost on
Cairo."
Mr. Allon expressed sympa-
thy for the people of Bengla
Desh, East Pakistan, who find
themselves crushed between the
conflicting interests of the su-
per-powers and of the two me-
dium powers, India and Pakis-
tan and chided India for hav-
ing lectured Israel against the
right of active self-defense in
the June 1W7 war. India did not
flinch from invading East Pakis-
tan which is part of the sove-
n ign Pakistani state, he
observed.
The Security Council is cur-
rently debating the conflagra-
tion in the Asian sub-continent.
Egypt's Air Force
Has 896 Planes
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Egyptian Air Force numbers
896 combat and training
planes including the world's
fastest fighter and the
world's largest helicopter
supplied by the Soviet Union,
according to the Israel Army
magazine, Bamachane.
The magazine also publish-
ed details of Egypt's ground
and naval strength based on
figures published by Western
sources. The number of So-
viet-made combat planes in
the Air Force is 407 which
includes 220 new MIG-21s, I
120 Sukhoi-II bombers,
about 25 TU-16 bombers and
'- some 30 Ulushin-28 bombers I
and 12 MIG-23s, a fighter :
: plane said by Western I
i sources to out-run and out- j
climb any other, including
the American F-4 Phantom
Jets in the Israel Air Force.
I
s
Israel's Basic Position
Restated By Abba Eban
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban has reaffirmed his govern-
ment's reliance on the Jarring
mission and negotiations as the
conduits toward a Mi.'.dle East
peace settlement.
Addressing the General As-
sembly as it continued the Mid-
east debate Mr. Eban declared:
"Now that Egypt has through
Ambassador Gunnar V. Jarr-
ing expressed its willingness to
enter into a peace agreement
with Israel, now that both par-
ties have presented their basic
positions, they should now pur-
sue their negotiations in a de-
tailed and concrete manner with-
out prior conditions so as to
cover all the points listed in their
respective documents with a
view to concluding a peace agree-
ment.
"If Mr. Riad will reply af-
firmatively to this proposal then
negotiations on all matters, in-
cluding boundaries and with-
drawal, can begin on an agreed
date."
Mr. Eban was alluding to the
opening debate speech by Egyp-
tian Foreign Minister Mahmoud
Riad, which was said to "con-
tain most of the fallacies and
illusions which have obscured)
the Arab view of Israel for more
than two decades."
United States Deputy Ambas-
sador Christopher H. Phillips,
in a comment to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, called Mr.
Eban's speech an "eloquent re-
statement of "basic" positions.
The Israeli foreign minister
assailed the Arab attitude to-
ward Israel by saying that in
1967 Egypt forced Israel "to
meet you on the field of battle.
You have since refused to meet
us at the conference table. For
four long years you have de-
clined all negotiations except
on condition that your own terms
be accepted in advance. You
have rejected the idea of a peace
structure to be built freely by
Israeli and Arab hands. You
have put your faith in solutions
imposed and inspired by the ri-
valries of outside powers," he
declared.


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Friday, December 10, |J
Yacov Morris To Speak At
Chanukah Salute To Israel
Yacov Morris, former treasurer1
of the Jewish Agency for the
United s-^u*. Ca'i^da aojj J^jp-^
lial America, will be the featured!
|Wst speaker at tho 10th annual
"Chanukah Salute to Israel" spon-
sored by thi- Israel Histadrut
Geuncil >>: South Florida. Morris
Kngan, chairman of the Israel
HistaJnti Foundation, announced.
This year's affair will be held
at th< Deau ille Hotel Wednesday.
b ginning at 7:.'^) p.m. Rabbi Leonj
Krorush, National boari chairman
of the Histadrut Foundation, will
take part in the "Salute" along
wi:h Dr. Sol Stein, national execu-
tive v ice president.
Tlvre will ho a program of'
Chanukah songs and the tradi-
tional candtelighting ceremonies ;
and Chanukah tatkes.
Assisting in the planning for
this holiday affair are Judge Her-
bert Shapiro. Sam Feinstein. Else'
E m, Morris Ncwmark. Jacob
Rifkin, Sophie Krantz, Dr. Micha< 1
Sos-in. Lou Poller, Moe Levin, |
Philip Sahl. Harry Chaet, Abra-
ham Grunhut ;:nd Dr. Simon
Wilensky.
The Histadrut in Israel is a
ma] cog in the economic wheels
of i country; it embraces the
nation's largest trade unions. The
largest single employer, it nms
it- .' n banks and factorii i
5 th I itional health and
- ["vices.
Thi choice of Yacov Morris as i
speaker adds great Interest
to the "Salute." Horn In Belfast,
Northern Ireland where he re-
ci i\ i his education, he was ac-
tive in the Zionist Youth Move-
ment in Kngland and joined the
JVificB^De^tifcTjc^ atfsjhe Jew-
in Agency for Palestine in Lon-
don in 1946.

i it i;,..
In 194" Mr. Morris settled in
Israel and was active in the
Haganah ani served with the Is-
rael Defense Forces. He has been
with the Ministry of Foreign Af-
faire as Consul of Israel In New
York and is an author of note on
the State o." Israel.
Until 1967 Mr. Morris was treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency for the
United States. Canada and Cen-
tral America: he later served as
deputy director of the Informa-
tion Division of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, and
r. Gently was head of the Israel
Miion in India.
Edward Tumaroff, executive di-
rector of the South Florida Coun-
cil, announced that reservations
(br the Chanukah Salute to Israel
may be made by calling or visit-
ing the offices of the Council in
Suite 214. One Lincoln Road Bldg..
Miami Beach.
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Chanukah Celebration Set
The PTA Of the Yeshiva Day
School of North Miami Beach will
celebrate Chanukah with a games
night. Saturday at 8:30 p.m.. in
the Young Israel Social Hall at
I 990 NE 171st St.. North Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Ivan Gaodktn and Mrs.
Harvey Willner. ox-hairmen. in-
vite the public for a fun night
games and refreshments. For in-
formation and transportation, call
the Yeshiva Dav School.
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r, December 10. 1971
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Paqe 3-A
bassador To Confer Award On Cel*man fw*f0"GM"
or Hall During Dec. 26 Ball
ilay
David Coleman \\\\\ sp<>ak on
"The U.S. Stake in Israel" at
the Porte Forum. Tuesday at 1
p.m. in the Forte Auditorium. 1200
West \v.. Miami Doaeii. Mr. Cole-
man, president of Miami JVarh
Chapter American Mogen Davi.l
for Israel Ls a former chairman
and president of Coleman Cable
snd VVi-c Company
r.\: Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
m named to receive the
nor Roosevelt-Israel Humani-
[\,. BTdJ^Mslil TSIrltO*; Consul
|ial of Israel, and Michael
Ik director Of the Israel Bond
nization, have announced.
award will be conferred
Mfcyor Hall by Yitzhak Ra-
I.-:r.t'l's Ambassador to the
il States, at the annual Am-
Idor's Ball. Sunday evening,
|ji in the Grand Ballroom of
Fontainobleau Hotel. The
sador's Ball, traditionally
the patronage of the
;,.. lor of Israel, annually
. Israel Bond Drive to a
lion lauds Mayor Hall
I : manitarian with a univcr-
i : n for bis fellow man
in tampion of a nascent and
i, Israel. Mayor Hall's rie-
pn to the values held dear by
. od will of all faiths has
i him a place of honor
|i \ish tradition <>f the Im-
i eanor Roosevelt."
tee headed by James M. Albert,
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganisation; Dr. Irving Lehrman,
chairman of the Board; Dr. Leon
Kronish. National Israel Bond
vice chairman; Shepard Broad,
chairman of the Ball; Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of
Special Events; Robert L. Slegel,
chairman of the Awards Commit-
tee; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Grand Hostess, and David J.
Light and Samuel Friedland. hon-
orary chairmen.
WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF
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BOUTIQUE
Suite 353-420 Lincoln Road Tel. 538-6464
Dr. Irving lehrman
Chairman
Foundation
Judge Zev W. Kogan
President
Southern Region
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President
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- recipients of the award
S, Hayward Wills, chair-
i. President of GAC Corp-
Dr. Henry King Stanford,
of the University of Mi-
ni S. Knight, publisher of
' ami Heiald and other
newspapers; the late Wil-
BaggS. who was editor of
ami News; Congressman
Pepper; James Neville Mc-
and Supreme Court Jus-
liam O. Douglas.
Trustee of the Israel Bond
(in, ..lion. Major Hall has
;. Eteadfast supporter of the
( I Israel since its birth and
ll-' active on behalf of the Is-
!' stadrut Committee of
kit' i Miami and the Hebrew
y. He is a honorary mem-
Hie Jewish War Veterans.
ident of Miami Beach since
Mayor Hall, who has been
vi v engaged in real estate
~tments in South Florida.
is president of Chuck Hall and
Associates, travel consultants.
He served as a County Commis-
sioner of Dade County as of Jan-
uary, 1957. and was elected Mayor
il Dade County In February, 19(14
for a 4-year term. He was re-
elected in May, I9iis. and resigned
in 1970 to run for Governor of
Florida.
Mayor Hall, who served in the
United States Navy during World
War H, enlisted in 1942. He re-
ceived bis ensign's commission in
194.". and in 1941 was commission-
ed as a Lieutenant. J.G. He s|>ent
two years on active duty in the
Central Pacific combat zone.
Among the many honors which
the Mavor has received are the
Miami Jayeees" Go Award for Outstanding Govern-
ment Official of 1960. and the
Chamber of Commerce Distin-
guished Citi/en of the Year
Award in 1967.
Plans for the Ambassador's Ball
are being completed by a commit-
an extraordinary issue -
THE 1971 CHANUKA MEDAL
sculpted by karen worth
A quantity of 250 medals is now avail- (" |UDAIC heuitage society
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clusively for members of the Society. [ "" rush my order for the W1 Chanoks
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solid bronze; in larger than silver dol- i
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.__Cold on sterling @ $25 each
__Sterling silver (g $16 each
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Vote
Zionist Organization of America ZOA
Slate No. 1
For American Delegates to the 28th World Zionist Congress
ZOA
ZOA
ZOA
is the oldest, most influential and most visible Zionist force in
America. It led the struggle for Israel's statehood when other
Zionist organizations timidly held back.
stands for loyal, all-out support of the policies of the incomparable
Golda Meir, insisting upon genuine peace and security for Israel and
full scale assistance by the United States. ZOA remains preeminent
among American Zionist bodies in mobilizing public opinion for
Zionist objectives, in the best tradition of its great leaders: notably
Louis D. Brandeis, Stephen S. Wise and Abba Hillel Silver.
leaders and rank-and-file members have been the prime movers for,
and are identified with, all major American fund-raising for Israel.
They have served to found, support and expand the United Jewish
Appeal. Israel Bonds and the Jewish National Fund, both nationally
and in their local communities.
is the only major Zionist organization to denounce on moral grounds
a deal "reached in the night" by Hadassah, Labor (Socialist) Zionists
and Mizrachi concerning distiibution of American delegates to the
Zionist Congress. Following a tiial in Jerusalem, the Congress Tribunal
threw out that deal, saying: "We declare that the inter party agree-
ment is of no effect and we instruct that it should not be followed."
ZOA repudiates the insinuation that it is "affiliated" with a political party
in Israel. This is a baseless accusation cast by Hadassah and its
Vote ZOA Slate No. I
ZOA
new "partners" under the simplistic slogan of "non-party Zionists."
This is too shoddy to fool anyone.
ZOA is impelled to alert Hadassah women around the country (and like-
wise their Zionist husbands) that Hadassah's officialdom in Now York
is in effect transforming their organization into a satellite of the
ruling political Labor Party of Israel. This is a policy which is calcu-
lated to damage the independence a;J credibility of American Zionism
in times of crisis.
ZOA stands for a progressive society in Israel, concerned for the welfare
of all Israelis, the centrality of Israel in Jewish life and the unity of
the Jewish people.
ZOA presents a platform that expresses the point of view not only of the
husbands and wives who are ZOA members, but of almost all reg-
istered Zionists, not identified with the "left" or the "right," who
are the mainstream of the middle-of-the-road American men and
women in every walk of life, and upon whom the vigor of the Zionist
movement and the welfare of Israel depend.
ZOA calls especially upon the women of all organizations which are
primarily engaged in fund raising for worthwhile projects in Israel to
remember that their husbsr.ds and lathers, sons and brothers have
given them substantial financial support. Now it is most appropriate
for them and their menfolk to vote ZOA Slate No. 1, the guardian of
Zionist ideals.
Co?nprising the most distinguished, staunch
nd exce.'.cnced leaders in American Zionism


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Volume 44
Friday, December 10, 1971
Number 50
22 KISLEV 5732
A Realistic Evaluation Of Capacity
The 1972 goal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign is Sll million.
Just a few years ago the mere mention of that figure
would have set off a panic and a wave of emotion. Today
it is a realistic evaluation of the capacity and the will of a
mature Jewish community to face up to its responsibility at
home, in the nation and, above all, to our fellow Jews in
Israel who, at great sacrifice to themselves, offer a home
and hope for every Jew in the world.
The development of a young, committed leadership
has taken years of planniny and organization and it is
primarily around this youthful corps that the 1972 cam-
paign and goal has been set. The challenge of Jewish
survival has been accepted by this new generation of
leaders as a continuation of the great heritage of philan-
thropy, of concern for fellow Jews wherever they may live.
Under the circumstances, the 1972 goal of $11 million
is not a dream but a reality.
We Celebrate the Victory of An Idea
Of all the festivals based on ancient historical events,
we know more about the date and the circumstances of
Chanukah than any other of our holidays. It was in 165
B.C.E. that the victory of Judah and his brother Maccabees
returned the Temple in Jerusalem to the worship of God
after being defiled by the Syrians and their pagan worship.
The lighting of candles each of the eight nights of the
holiday the first this Sunday night is not clear in ori-
gin but for almost 2,000 years the nightly ceremony has
been a source of excitement and joy, particularly for the
children. Games and songs, special foods and gifts, are
all part of the celebration.
For the modern Jew, Chanukah's meaning has spe-
cial significance beyond the bright candles, the food and
gifts. It is the recognition that an individual's religion
must be his own choice, not the choice of the government
under which he lives. And while that battle for freedom of
religion was won through military victory, it should be
noted that the prophetic portion which is read concludes
with the verse: "Not by power, nor by my might, but my
spirit, said the Lord of Hosts."
It is traditional that we Jews do not celebrate the de-
feat of an enemy but the victory of an idea and in that
spirit we wish all a Happy Chanukah.
We Haven't Lost All The Battles
The lighted Cross on the Court House announces that
its that time of the year again. Hundreds of thousands ,f
people of all faiths in Dade County are told with no un-
certainty that some sections of the Constitution have no
meaning to those who speak so piously of the need to up-
hold it.
Well, at least we haven't lost all the battles. In West
Palm Beach, where the school board has tried valiantly
to introduce prayers despite Supreme Court decisions to
the contrary, the board has abandoned its plan to dis-
tribute Gideon Bibles in the schools. The Gideon Society,
itself, decided not to go ahead with the program after
opposition from the Unitarian Church and the Jewish
Federation.
Theme Is Worth Remembering
Jewish Book Month comes to a close this weekend, but
its theme, "Know Thyself: Read Jewish Books," is worth
remembering through the year. With all the discussion
about Jewish identity and the need for Jewish education, it
is only appropriate that additional knowledge be sought
through the writings of our sages and authors.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON -^"As iISTO-----
in these cases the question is
whether enormously elaborate,
enormously expensive prepara-
tions reveal actual intentions.
In this particular case, do the
Soviet preparations to blind the
United States reveal an event-
ual intention to do exactly that?
pleted another round of tests of
their anti-satellite satellites. The
sole imaginable purpose of these
tests is to get ready to destroy
the reconnaissance satellites by
which the United States far
too seldom for reasons of econ-
omy surveys the progress of
Soviet military development.
The question is becoming ) IF THE American reconnais-
pretty urgent because the So- sance satellites are ever destroy-
viets have just successfully com- I ed in dire fact, this country will
Add to the crisis of Jewish
identity a prefix: "American."
It isn't new, of course having
been with us since the immi-
grant days but the problem has
lain dormant at least since
1932. That was when the Jews
in America decided to cast their
lot with Franklin D. Roosevelt,
the New Deal and a liberal posi-
tion on most social issues that
was shared by an overwhelm-
ing majority.
THE JEWISH vote was cast
for liberal candidates for office,
mostly Democrats but for those
Republicans as well whose
stance on these issues was in
line with "Jewish values."
That there has been a recent
dramatic change is unquestion-
able. The full implications of
the change are not clear yet but
1972 is likely to mark the close
of another 40-year episode in
the history of the Jewish peo-
ple. What disturbs many is the
possibility that the change in
direction will lead American
Jews into another blind alley in-
stead of the "Promised Land."
ONE DOESNT need another
Jewish survey, but it helps point
up the problem: An Anti-Defa-
mation League study among
2.500 Jewish leaders confirmed
recently t h e turning inwards
and away from non-Jewish con-
cerns.
Karly in 1970 I wrote a col-
umn along the same lines as
the result of a paper Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz delivered to
the local Rabbinical Associa-
tion. He proposed then an al-
most total withdrawal from lib-
eral activism" and, as a corol-
lary, a set of priorities in which
"what is good for the Jews will
determine the degree of rabbini-
cal involvement in any cause
facing our community." With-
out detracting from the good
Rabbi's prophetic stature, he
was only revealing publicly a
course that some Jews already
were beginning to follow.
THE QUESTION has always
been, of course, what really is
good for American Jews?
Daniel Ellsberg may not be
the best person to quote on this
issue, having hardly been no-
ticeable as a Jew before the
famous Pentagon Papers were
leaked, but his having a point
of view on the present problem
enables me to make a very in-
volved statement about his kind
o f non-identifiable Jewishness
in the past. He belongs to those
intellectual Jews who were
comfortable in their neutrality
just so long as the identifiable
Jews stood by his ideological
side.
SO MANY of the Ellsbergs
neglected their heritage, as
they have told us, because it
wasn't necessary to be both an
obvious Jew and a liberal; since
the values were the same, why
carry the extra burden of Jew-
ish identity? I'm not sure it's
very clear but we'll take that
up at a later date.
But Kllsberg is now concern-
ed as a Jew? that if the
Jewish community in America
turns away from the problems
in this nation because of the
more pressing needs of Israel it
will help bring about its own
destruction. After his speech at
**nce or ir.t,!liS*
agents is now called in th'
ness. has dwindled to
nothing. M
Om-most vhaifc I
plo>'m'n< opC
come from the reconnail
Ktellites. These hWj
in Noven 1 t^
conducted the first ]ua
component of their anikJ
system in 1 ..
SINCKTHIN-,^
repeate I la
of the sysl xiore
,!":' h four co
operations thede3
lion,,, at- .......... ;*|
a drone' or targ ... |
Two w:.
one a goo I any months
and one quite recently.
If expenditui is uj
torn of Intention, tl
of launches and operational*
mean that the system is-
for use than show." in the**
of the historian Gibbon. Fot|
United States to have an
development and testing soi
the needed investment 1*
have been well above S2bH
THE SIMPLE character I
this costly Soviet anti-satdk
system is al*o worth cat*
thought. Shooting down ai
connaissance satellite witki
ABM-like missile having n
clear warhead Is neither l
cult nor costly.
But the Soviets do not
the American belief that iti
safe to leave crucial weapoo
systems without repeated opa
Continued on Pure 3E
COMMENT
by EDWARD C0HBI

the Philadelphia YMH.A. itw.
reported: "Ellsberg could*)
have been stronger in his &
phasis that Jews must Bl
abandon their historic roH
identification with the unda>
dog."
ONE OF THE seminars d*
ing with Jewish survival atffl
recent convention of the IM
of American Hebrew Congrttt
tions. left the question of man'
taining Jewish interests in 1
time of change pretty much *
in the air, if my notes read*
rectly. Qne speaker, repre**
ing what one might call 0)
"professional Jewish "
ment," provided case
to show that it was danj
to ignore the developing
flict between Jewish intei
and liberal views on some
involving the "underdogs.
The greater danger, acco
to another speaker, is that
have forgotten our 0
struggles against housing
strictions and college a
quotas, having reached t
tablishment plateau. An*
forgetting, it. becoming
"Jews of Silence." we re
dangering our future.
I AM CLOSE enough to
Jewish esl ent' ?,
that It Is working towart
census on some ;-'"t,ca
The difficulty Is going .
fin-ling new ***fSfa
ish values" which *
those who believe *>
know what they are.
Ifadebat _
should be aired lint
more delay.


joy, December 10, 1971
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Friday, December
10. 1371
Chaplaincy Service Holds
Special Chanukah Services
Sen. Gurney Aids Israel In Jet y
The Community Chaplaincy the .lows 2.100 years ago." Rabbi
S,iv".oc (f th.-Gi.'jii.i- Miami r-ri'-1 Srhiff doc-hurt. "The festival is
oration will conduct Chanukah observed for eight days commemo-
rating the miracle of the sacred oil
which was enough to burn for one
ay but burned for eight. The oil
was fi und i:i the Temple as the
oppressors wore driven out.
"We celebrate Chanukah toda>
by lifting the Monorah (candela-
brum (hroughoul the eighi days.
This i> accompanied by songs and
prayers. Gifts an given and a
fraidel 'topi game is played
which has four H< brew letters
which abbreviate the words A
g < at mira lie happened there.' The
food delicacy that i< eaten is latkes
(potat pancakes fried in oil'. The
oil symbolizes the miracle. These
'monies will be part of thc|
Chaplaincy program.*'
The Community Chaplainc]
Ser\i e, founded in lilifi. Ls spon-
sored hv the Creator Miami Jow-
tho Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami. It is designed to
ish Federation in association with
lull ill the basic Jewish principle
ill. The program consists of visits
to Jewish persons confined to hos-
pitals and other institutions in
Dade County who are not affiliated
with any synagogue.
Serving on the Chaplaincy ad-
visory committee with Mr. Ki-en-
stein are Jack Kat/man, vice chair-
man; Walter S. Falk. honorary
chairman: Sam J. Hoiman. hon-
orary chairman; Dr. Herbert M
Baumgard, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Am: Mrs. Milton
Green; Barry Kutun; Rabbi Sol
Landau, spiritual leader of Both
David Congregation: Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-cl; Max Mansfield and
Irving Rubin.
Senator Edward Gurney of Flor-
ida played a key role in the suc-
cessful fight to .secure overwhelm-
ing passage of the Jackson amend-
ment granting Israel credits for
the immediate purchase of Phan-
tom jots from the United States.
The measure passed. 82 to 14, with
Sens. Gurney an.'- Lawton Chiles
of Florida both casting affirma-
tive votes.
Senator Gurney mobilized maxi-
mum Republican support for the
measure* saying on the floor of
the Senate: "There are two fac-
tors to bo considered when one
discusses the adequacy of Israel's
hardware. The first is to consider
whether or not the hardware is
otei
in fact adequa,, ; [n {hii
-* U, defend;',,':'!
her menu, j, *"
The second to ^
and one that Is ^rhHp, 3
portant inti,,-..tuation^
cusslon, ls th,. pprwiwd !!
the more importani quosu '
strong Israeli iK)Murc *
from the vantage pointe|hj
hiics." the senior torn*
r loi'K'a asserted.
With adequate air
rael can survh Without
cannot." he noted. The b
States is her onlj source fighters. Thai is -hj I
ihLs amcndni. v.- i> impcrl
LtO HSl VSTf/N
ppryri v'"''",1 T'ai'vng On
ter. Jewish Home for the Aged
and the Dado County Jail, accoid-
ing to an announcement ma le bj
i mi Ki-en-t in. chairman of the
Chaplaincy adviso y board of the
t; ater M'a ni Jewish Federation.|
!;.' hi S lomon Srhlff, 'irector
of Chaplaincy Service, together
with Avrom I.. Dra^in, assistant
chaplain, will provHe religiou-
iti ( ssary for M Hint Sinai
Cedars of Lebanon, Jackson Me-
morial -south Miami. Mercy a-i
Baptist Hospitals. Rabbi Sclrf
will conduct the annual Chanukah
candl-'lighting r remony at the
YM-YWHA oi Greater Miami.
"Chanukah (.ommemorates the
victory of the Maccabees over the
Asyriart oppress "s who -ought to.
B'nai Raphael 'New Member Sabbath'
A total of 31 families who have
ntly joined Congregation B'nai
Raphael will be welcomed into the
e ngregation at a special service in
ih.ii honor Friday evening.
The- -< rvice will feature the pre-
miere performance of the new jun-
ior choir, under the direction of
Miss Carol MacKen/ie. choir di-
( cfor for the B'nai Raphael Re-
'ig ous School.
Hal Goldman, sun of Mr. and)
Mrs. Victor Goldman, who will be,
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning
Dec 11. will participate in the Fri-1
lay evening service. i
Families to be honored include I
Mrs. Joan Appol. Mr. an\ Mrs..
Ronald Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Haul
Brcslow, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert'
Colton, Mr. and Mrs. Barry David-1
on. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Deutsch,)
P'l'h the rcIMo'M freedom of Mr. and Mrs. James Dingfelder.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eppel, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis II Tshkowitz, K ward
'lill. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knowl-
es, Mrs. Joyce Lerner. and Mrs.
Harriet Mann.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marks,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nadelman,
Mr. and Mrs. Frodric Magler, Dr.
and Mrs. George Xeuman, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Parnes, Mr. and Mrs.
Andre Pilon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rndko.
Mi-, and Mrs. Raymond Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Safra, Mr
and Mrs. Martin Slater, Mr. and;
Mrs. Benjamin Smith. Mr. and:
Mrs. Howard Sternlieb, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard TuchharMi, Abraham
Turolf. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wag-
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man and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Winn.
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A Chanukah play will be pre-
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Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum Speaker
jnerican Zionist Federation
ilates Open Meeting Monday
deputy chairman of the Jcu-
cy will rciwrt to the
,i ; MWfhi Jl'u'Ls-IV *1imuTiiry
\KABBI MOKMCAI KIKSH91UM
Iday night at an opon mcetini
nt>n-A by the American Zionis'
rration in cow-ration with the
office of the Israel Aliyah
(r.
ibbi Mordecai Kirshhlum o'
sakm, former president of the
fachi Organisation of America
IM-ak at the 8 p.m. session in
Ifludftocium of the Greater Mi-
Hebrew Aea>lemy, 2400 Pine
Dr. Th<' meeting Ls free, open
the public, and there will be
luUcitatioN o\ fim.'s.
l\ ?! n ii u ii i- c in II t of Rahbi
-libliiiii's first visit here since
ting the Jeih Afcewy In
|fiS was made by Mrs. Milton
. president of the South
l< :i unit of the American
>ni>.t Feder.it ion which em-
pi-i-s all Zionist men's and
aiiii'n's orjjanl/atioiiH.
will give an in-depth brief-
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ing on present conditions in Israel
Arid report on current directions
of the ZionKt Mcwrifi!hTJtTtoxJttgKi
out the world. He also will de-
scribe the Btedy rise of aliyah
(immigration) to Israel including
the resumption this month of
heavy Immigration of Jews from
the Soviet Union.
AlMng the organizations spon-
soring Monday's public meet-
ing at in,- Hebrew Academy are
Miami and Miami Beach chap-
ters of Iladassah, the Pioneer
"..,.. f-,,|,,.|| of south Flor-
ida, the Zionist Organization of
America. Mizrachi women's and
men's organizations Farband-
I.abor Zionist Order. I'oale Zion,
B'nai Zion, American Jewish
League for Israel, Women's
League for Israel and all Zion-
ist youth organizations.
Rabbi Kirshblum, long a na-
tional leader of Mizrachi, the Jew-
ish National Fund. State of Israel
Bonds and the Unite'! Jewish An-
H-al. headed the Bensonhurst Jew-
sh Community House in Brook-
yn for more than 20 years. He
vas spiritual leader of New York
City's second largest congregation.
In 195i. Rabbi Kirshblum be-
came head of the Jewish Agency's | cussion leader. The subject:
Vliyah Department, and has served j "Zohar, Book of Splendor," is the
in that post since. He moved his i chief work of Cabbalistic litera-
l>ermanent residence to Jerusalem | ture. Samuel Reiser will act as
In 1968. I coordinator of the program.
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cated iii the Pocono Mountains of
Northeast Pennsylvania are now
accepting applications for the 1972 I
summer program. Separate facili-
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girls. Located at Reflection Lake
Marshal ("reek. Pa., the camp of-
fers' a1 wide vfertfetjl of mdbor and
outdoor activities, sports, and
hobbies.
Mrs. Jack Davis. 11042 Pararlela
Ave.. Coral Gables, is currently
arranging appointments with the
directors. Mrs. Earle U. Weinberg
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinberg.
who will be in Miami for a lim-
ited time.
Under the same ownership for
.Tti years, the camps have nine all-
weather Olympic tennis courts,
four regulation bowling lanes,
water skiing and boating, a new
30-ft. ski jump, nine hole golf |
course, horseback riding with
seven miles of trails, a radio and
electronics hobby program, and a;
theatre workshop.
The camp's reunion will be held
Saturday, Dec. 18. at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Discussion Group Meets
The Great Jewish Books Dis-
cussion Group will meet Thursday,
Dec. 16, at 2 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Public Library, 21C0 Col-
lins Ave., with Mrs. Edith Jacob-
son, an authority on Hebrew edu-
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Friday. December
10,
Hebrew Academy Dinner To Honor
Louis Merwitzer, Sen. Jackson
Louis Merwitzer will celebrate
his Golden Bar Mitzvah. Sen.
Henry M. (Scoop) Jackson will
SIN. HtHKY M. JACKSON
receive the 1971 Academy Award
and the Miami Hebrew Academy
will present an original musical
cantata dedicated to Mr. Mer-
witzer Saturday night as the Mi-
ami Beach school marks its 24th
anniversary.
The 24th annual scholarship din-
ner of the Hebrew Academy,
scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, is
being held one month earlier than
originally scheduled to permit pri-
ority for the 1972 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Announcement of the change in
date was made only a few weeks
before the function, but more than
1.300 persons are expected to at-
tend the gala, $118-a-couple event.
Mradell M. S*lig Is general
ctiaitman of the event, working
closely with Irving Flrtel, presi-
dent, and B. I. Binder, senior
<(.< hairrnaii. Other cochairmen
include Herman L. Shaw, Jack
S. Popick, Leonard Rosen and
Joseph H. Kaiit.-r. Oscar B. Sha-
piro is dinner marshall and Ja-
cob Rifkin Is 24th anniversary'
chairman.
Oscar Mamber and Jerome Bi-
enenfeld head the dinner caolnet
with Mayor Chuck Hall as chair-
man of the national honorary com-
mittee. I. H. Abrams. Shepard
Broad. Joseph Cohen. Harry Genet,
Burton Koffman, Charles Mer-
witzer. Samuel Reinhard, Robert
Russell and Robert Siegel are
associate chairmen.
Senator Jackson will fly to
Miami Beach especially to receive
the Academy Award, highest hon-
or which the South's largest He-
brew day school can confer on any
man. The citation says that the
Washington Democrat is being
honored "in recognition of a quar-
ter of a century of dynamic and
dedicated leadership for the United
States of America, for the birth
and survival of the State of Is-
rael, and for his supixjrt of the
causes of Jewish education and j
the Jewish people here and
throughout the world."
Mr. Merwitzer will be honored
on his 83rd birthday, which falls
within 24 hours of Saturday
night's banquet, for a "lifetime
of leadership in behalf of the
Jewish people, Torah Judaism,
his community and the Greater
.Miami Hebrew Academy." He
was president of the Academy
for nine years before being elect-
ed honorary life president last
summer.
Mr. Merwitzer, who together
with his late wife, Rebecca, con-
tribute.1, more than $200,000 to the
Hebrew Academy, will present a
magnificent, new Sefer Torah to
the school Saturday night. It will
formally be placed in the ark of
the Academy synagogue Jan. 9
during special ceremonies, accord- i
ing to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal.
The cantata, featuring more
than 60 members of the noted
Hebrew Academy choir, will high-
light Mr. Merwitzer's Golden Bar
Mitzvah. It has been written, pro-
duced and directed by Jack Don-
net, assistant principal, and Mrs.
Author-Educator To Speak
Author-educator L. Lasavin will
speak on "Relations Between Arabs
ani Jews in Occupied Territory"
at the Oneg Shabbos sponsored by
the David Pinski Club Friday at
7:30 p.m. in the cafpn*
M. Fisher Junior lS"af I
MM a program of Y>2'
Hebrew songs, aecom^'
^ulYanm^ky^na^y'
LOUIS MERWITZfB
Donnet. musical director of the
Academy.
Mr. Merwitzer will be escorted
forward for his presentation by
his son, Charles, and daughter,
Florence, accompanied by their
spouses, Helen Merwitzer and I. H.
Abrams.
Mr. Merwitzer moved to Mi-
ami Beach from Pittsburgh more
than SO years ago, and had a
highly successful career in con-
struction and real estate. He
has built several synagogues dur-
ing his life. Is an officer of Beth
Tfilah Congregation of Miami
Beach and a leader in State of
Israel Bonds.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, and Rabbi
Berel Wein of Beth Israel, dean of
the Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High
School, will participate in the pro-
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Jay, December 10. 1971
+Jew 1st Meridiem
Page 9-A
2 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
impaign Steering Committee
ROBERT RUSSELL
President
HARRY A. LEVY
Campaign Chairman
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Associate
Campaign Chairman
" P^^^MW I^^S
1 mm w M | *^^k J
LflLw Jb\\W
D*w it I
Hi TrMONEf
focesefferj Chairman
SI0,000 and Over
STEPHEN MUSS
Pacesetters Cochairman
$J 0,000 and Over
NORMA KIPNtS
Women's Division
V.P. of Campaign
MRS. LEONARD fRIEDLAND
Women's Division
Vf. of Campaign
1. WILLIAM BAROS, JR.
Initial Gifts Chairman
So. Dade $1,000 8. Over
MATTHEW ETTINGER
Initial Gifts Chairman
No.Dade $7,000 A Over
SAUL 1. MORGAN
Initial Gifts Chairman
Miami Bch. 51,000 I Over
ION GOLDBERG
Operation Israel
Chairman
HOWARD J. TRINZ
New Gifts Development
Chairman
SAMUEL I. ADLIR
JA I. KISLAK
SIDNEY tveowr
RICHARD D. LEVY
LEONARD LURIA
SAMUEL B. ROBINSON
MORTON SILBERMAN
COWARD SHAPIRO
HARRY B. SMITH
Federation Sets 1972 Campaign Goal
Continued from Page 1-A
peep and a covenant to fulfill. We
pa\e promised a new life still liv-
ng in conditions of oppression and
B'-i iss. Jews for whom Israel of-
fers a haven and home and hope.
"We have promised full oppor-
tunity to those Jews we have
brought to Israel, the opportunity
l<> achieve their maximum poten-
tial, that they may build and be
built by their new land. And for
rose Jews in the Soviet Union
Wio risk their jobs, their personal
freedom, often their physical safe-
ty, to affirm their pledge to that
ancient covenant, we must keep
he promise."
MORE NEEDED FOR '72
in 1972 the Federation allocat-
|ed Sl.508,623 to 21 local agencies.
|A report fro:., the Federation's
Interim Budget Committee indi-
cates that the 1972 campaign will
[have to yield at least $203,300
I more than was raised in 1971 in
I order to continue the same serv-
ices that are presently being pro
vided by these agencies.
"The costs of providing vital
social welfare, health, education
and cultural services here in Mi-
ami, as well as nationally and
overseas, continue to soar," Mr.
Levy commented, "and more peo-
ple look to us for help."
The S7 million raised in the
1971 CJA-IEF campaign is re-
flected in gifts secured from 20,-
JO0 Jewish households in Dade
County out of approximately 80,-
000 Jewish family units in Greater
Miami.
On the local scene, new and
continued services are needed,
such as the Jewish Family and
Children's Service's Places North-
East and its successful teenage
counseling program, which now
has a waiting list. Additional
funds are needed for group coun-
selors. And Place South has re-
cently been opened.
At the Jewish Home for the
Aged, the Federation is under-
writing $350 a month per welfare
resident, making up the difference
of the State of Florida's subsist-
ence level of payment.
The YM and YWHA's decentral-
ized youth program now has
reached 140 children at the Ken-
dall-South Dade area. These
young people are presently utiliz-
ing rented space and there is a
desperate need for additional staff
and expanded facilities.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will enroll over 500 teenagers
in a special post-Bar Mitzvah
High School Judaica program. The
only limit to expanding this pro-
gram is funds needed to help
reach Jewish youth in Greater
Miami.
The Jewish Vocational Service
has yet to implement its South
Beach program, creating a work-
shop for the elderly, providing the
senior citizens with constructive
work and a useful application of
their skills.
At Mount Sinai Hospital. Feder-
ation funds are purchasing care
for medically indigent Jewish in-
patients who neither qualify for
Medicare, Medicaid or public wel-
fare. There is a vital need to
strengthen this program.
127% INCREASE TO DATE
"These are some of the facts
about the need for adequate funds
and the rationale for a $11 million
campaign," said Mr. Le-y.
In order to implement the cam-
paign toward its $11 million goal,
Mr. Levy pointed out that the key
to the campaign rests, not in large
meetings but in face to face solici-
tation. The success to this method
of campaigning is reflected in 39
advance gifts that have been
made to the 1972 campaign, total-
ling $1,151,000, compared to S507.-
JOO these same men contributed
to the 1971 campaign, a 127' < in-
crease in giving.
LEADERSHIP CABINET
MEETS
Recently an historic r.ieeting of
Jewish community leadership was
held when Mr. Levy convened the
first meeting of the Leadership
Cabinet of 100. The Cabin"!, n
select group who have accepted
leadership roles in the 1972 cam-
paign, met in the new Greater
Miami Jewish Federation building
for an intensive seminar and
group dynamics session.
Since the first week in Septem-
ber, the Campaign Steering Com-
mittee, composed of 21 men and
women, have been meeting week-
ly, discussing all conceivable ap-
proaches for the success of the
1972 campaign.
"This is a new dynamic concept
of campaigning," said Mr. Levy*
"and the community should feel
honored and privileged to have
the devotion and expertise of the
! Steering Committee members as
! the leadership for the 1972 cam-
j paign drive."
The Campaign Steering Com*
mittee includes:
Rohert Russell, president of
Russell Aluminum Corporation
and of the Greater Miami Jewish
I Federation, served as the 1969
and 1970 chairman of the CJA-
IEF campaign. Mr. Russell is one
of 12 Americans serving on the
I Reconstructed Jewish Agency foe
Israel. As Federation president, he
i is the official spokesman on Fed-
' eration policy and chairman of its
! Board of Directors. A Director ol
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and a,
Trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital,
he also serves as a vice president
and director of Temple Israel ot
Greater Miami and holds a seat
on the Board of Directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds. He is a mem*
Continued on Page 11-A _J


Fage 10-A
+Jmlsti fhrktiar
Friday. Decembe:
ID
Kling And Felkoff Chosen
Scroll Of Honor Recipients
Saul Kling has been chosen to
eive tin Siatc oi Israel Scroll
' Honor at the "Night in Israel"
behalf of Israel Bonds Tuesday
i the social hall -a the Preside!)-
H. iite.
ir. and Mrs. Kling have been
idents of South Florida for
r yi 01 coming from Detroit.
.h nts of Miami
. h, M Kling has been an ac-
nnmber of Both Torah Con-
al "i and of the B'nai B'rlth I
izman Lodge. A cofound r ol
Detroit Club, he is presently
asui t of the Presidential
ise Social Club.
. ack Bernstein is honorary chair-
n. with Mrs. Etta Rothenberg
vir.g as chairman and Mrs. Sara
tzker as cochairman.
Edward Felkoff will receive the
=' Lte of Lsrael Scroll of Honor at
"Night in Israel" Wednesday
evening in the Century Towers
d Room at 8 p.m.
Mr. Felkoff is active in the
Shriners. B'nai B'rith and has
n an ardent supporter of Israel |
far many years. Albert Milehman
is chairman and Edith Axelrad
and Rose Goldstein arc cochairmen.
On Thursday evening. Dec. 16.
the .Ifer/1, Lodge B.'.nai B'rith .of
Hollywood will sponsor a "Night
in Israel" at Temple Sinai. 1201
Johnson St., Hollywood, featuring
Milt Moss, well known American
Jewish humorist.
Heading the Herzl Lodge Israel
Bond committee are Max H. Lieb-
erman and Bernard Pollen, under
whose leadership this year's event
is expected to be the most success-
ful since the first "Night in Lsrael"
was sponsored by the Herzl Lodge
throe years ago.
Premier, Mayor On Ch. 2
Messages from Premier Golda
Meir and Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem to Hadassah, will be
soon and heard at 6 p.m. Sunday,
the first night of Chanukah. on Ch.
2. according to an announcement
made by Mrs. Sherman Fast, pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah.
Orthodox Jews Sent
Nixon, Golda Notes
A capacity audience at Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue took
part in a prayer meeting "for Jew-
ish survival" on the eve of Is-
raeli Prime Minister Gold Mcir's
mooting with President Nixon last
woo- ..
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern was chair-
man of the meeting which inelu led
pai licipation by Mayor Chuck Hall
and a special message from U.S
Sen. Henry M Jackson of Wash-
ngton.
Hundreds of petit ins were sign-
ed and mailed special delivery to
the White House urging the Presi-
dent to sell Phantom jots to Israel.
The messages also called on Mrs.
Meir to make "halacha" the law
on conversations.
The meeting was co-sponsorod
by most of the area's Orthdox |
rabbis, and a special presentation
was made by several cantors.


Samuel Reiser Speaking
Samuel Reiser, former president
of B'nai /.ion. will speak on the
topic: "A Great Jewish Book and
The New Frontier" at a meeting
of the Spinoza Forum. Thursday
at 10 a.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral Bank. 12.14 Washington Ave.
United Cerebral Palsy of Miami board of directors
dent, Fred R. Stanton. (right), accepts a SI,000 check tan
Thomas L. Duiithimer. president of Miami Beach Fw
National Bank for the first table at the United Ceiehcl
Palsy annual Humanitarian Award dinner to be held h
day evening, Dec. 17, at the Deauville Hotel. Funds froa
the SlOO-a-plate dinner in honor of U.S. Sen Law
Chiles will be used to carry on programs at the United
Cerebral Palsy Center in Miami where 433 children anj
adults are currently under care.
SHALOM
PEACE
MAY IT FILL YOUR HEART
YOUR HOME
AND THE WORLD


Lay. December 10. 1971
hnistH-iridTiitn
l*age 11-A
Federation Sets 1972 Campaign Goal
Continued from P9 9-A
| of the Executive Committee of
National United Jewish Ap-
a member of the Board ot
emnrs of Tel Aviv University.
Iieniber of the Council of Ad-
brs for the University 'of IrHnrrtt
a member of the Advisory
Ju-d of the Mailman Center for
[id Development.
,il.l.i Leon KronMi, spiritual
Uer of Temple Beth Sho'om,
is serving as the Associate
tinv.an for the 1972 CJA-IKF
Liaicn, held a similar |x>sition
he 1971 eampaiRn and is pres-
ly national vice chairman of
Ec! Bonds for Reform Congre*
ons. A past president of the
binical Association of Greater
tnii. RabW Kronish is state co-
liunan of the Israel Tourist
(moil f Florida, president of
American Jewish Congress'
Itheast Council, national chair-
i o| the Board of the American
I Histadruth Foundation, na-
i vice presldenl of the Amer-
,,'i'wish Congress, and a mem-
nf the Federation's Board of
tli Tinioner. a prominent young
Imi businessman, who is chalr-
\ the Pacesetters Division,
a member of the 1971 CJA-
Cabinet, ami also served as
i ;il"ts chairman of the 1971
I nign. Mr. Timoner is a grad-
rt the University of Miami,
he was elected to the Iron
liiw, O.D.K. and was listed in
ho's Who in American Col-
es.' and has served as a direct-
I a member of the Execu-
Conimittee of the National
Jldren's Cardiac Hospital. He is
ember of the Young Presidents
Itanization, a director of the
harmonic Society, serves on
A Vi^ory Board of the Pan
herican Bank ot Miami, is a
V ber of the Board of Directors,
[ le Israel and of the Feder-
B>n's Board of Director^.
1st, I'lii-ii MOSS, president 0 f
p.vinder Muss and Sons, one of
ih Florida's most prominent
p li -, is cochairman of the
, Iters Division. One of the
I s of the Builders and Al-
fci Trade Division of the CJA-
Mr. Muss is a member of the
iciation's Board of Directors.
forma Kipnis, vice president of
Women's Division for Cain-
i:;i] is a member of the Fcder-
I' Board of Directors. A
tctor on the Board of the Na-
Inul United Jewish Appeal's Wo-
lnV Division, Mrs. Kipnis is a
llilber of the Federation's Mul-
\\y Appeals Committee and Bud-
Committee, an advisor to
iject Ho|)0, and is on the Board
I the Friends of Lowe Museum,
Jivi sity of Miami. Mrs. Kipnis
served in various capacities
|lli both the United Fund of
i> Co inty and WPBT-TV, Ch.
pirs, Leonard Friedlaad, vice
nl of the Women's Division
v Campaign, is a member of the
paid of Temple Fmanu'-KI's Sis-
rhood. the Mount Sinai Hospital
pxiliary and the Concept House
(ixiliary. A member of the Fed-
Btion's Budget Committee. Mrs.
liedland is also a member of the
Jt".nt Sinai Hospital's Founders
lull.
[J. W 111i. in Buros, Jr., president
Miami Hug Co., is South Dade
ptial Gifts chairman. Active in
Mercantile Division of the
IA-IEF campaign for many
fats. Mr. Baros is president of
Jewish Vocational Service,
"f Federation's beneficiary
encies.
Matthew Btttager, president of
Eastern Finance Company, is the
Morth Dade Initial Gifts chair-
man. Mr. Fttinger, who has
served as the Small Ijiau Division
."hairman of the CJA-IEF cam-
paign, is a luenjber, of the Boards
ol Directors of Beth Torali Cong-
regation, and the YM/YWHA of
Greater Miami and has served as
vice president of the Central "Y"
Branch. He is also a memher of
the Boards of Directors of both
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami and the Hillel Community
Day School.
Saul 4. .Morgan, one of Greater
Miami's noted land developers, i'"
Miami Beach Initial Gifts chair-
man. A founder of the Builders
and Allied Trades Division of the
CJA-IKF campaign, Mr. Morgan
has also served on the Board of
Directors of the Federation.
I Inward ,1. Triii/., vice president
of Housing for General Develop-
ment Corporation, has accepted
responsibility as chairman of the
New Gifts Development Division.
Associate secretary of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Mr.
Trin/ was one of the founders of
the Federation's Young Leader-
ship Cabinet. He Is chairman of
the Federation's Sub Committee
on College Youth and Leisure
Time Activities, a member of the
Board of Directors of Temple
Beth Am. and serves on the Lead-
ership Development Committee of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds.
nmt<>n !'. aoidberg, developer
of Sailboat Bay, Is serving as the
Operation Israel chairman for
Greater Miami. In 1971, Mr. Gold-
berg vvas chairman of the Build-
ers and Allied Trades Division. He
is currently a member of the
Boards of the Greater Miami
Philharmonic and the
Center.
.Samuel I.. Viler, president of
Southern, Centra I Builders, is
the"tre&ShTef dj the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and dur-
ing the construction of the new
Federation building served as the
chairman of the Building Com-
mittee': Mr".. A'dlef Is'^als'o-a-mem-
ber oF'.Fehieration's- Board of ,D-:
rectors!
Jay I. Kislnk, chairman of the i
Board of Jay I. -KLslak Mortgage
Corporatioit-Is .a past campaign j
chairman of the CJA-IEF A past I
director of the Dade County
American Bed Cross and a past
genera! chairman of the United
Fund of Dade County.
Sidney I.elcourt, managing part-
ner of the firm of Laventhal.
Krekstein, Horwath and Horwath,
Certified Public Accountants, is a
past president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and a
member of the Federation's Boa id
if Directors. A past Trustee of
Mount Sinai Hospital, Mr. Lei-
court has served on the Board ol
Directors of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and is a former chairman of thi
Federation's Budget Committee,
and a past vice president of Beth
David Congregation.
Richard I>. Levy, Miami Beach
1 Hotel owner, land developer and
builder, is a member of the Feder-
ation's Board of Directors. He
has served on the Federation's
Budget Committee and is chair-
man of the Building Operations
Committee.
Leonard Loiia, president of I..
Luria and Sons, has served as co-
\ chairman of both the Jewelry and
i Mercantile Divisions of the CJA-
! iff campaign. A member of the
, Board of Directors of the Hillel-
Jewish Student Center at the Uni-
I versitv of Miami, Mr. Luria was
chairman of Temple Beth Am's
cja-ikf campaign.
Samuel B. Rolihinon. senior vice
president of Richford Industries,
was general chairman of the 1971 I
CJA-IKF campaign at the West- I
view Country Club. A member of I
Temple Beth Sholom, he was i
named Man of the Year by the
Nor Isle Optimist Club.
Kilward Shapiro, vice president |
and director of the Maryland Cup
Corporation is chairman of Mount
Sinai Hospital's Founders Club,
selves as cochairman of the hospi-
tal's Development Fund campaign
and was recently elected vice
Morton sillierman, secrelary-
prcsident of its Board of Trustees,
treasurer of East Coast Supply
Corporation, is a vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, the 1972 Budget Committee
chairman, and chairman of the
Federation's Community Rela-
tions Committee. Mr. Silberman is
a member of the Board of Direc-
tors of YW YWHA. a member of
the American Civil Liberties
Union, and serves on the Execu-
tive Board of the American Jew-
ish Committee. He was the found-
ing President of the Jewish Feder-
ation of Palm Beach County.
Harry B. .Smith, prominent Mi-
ami Beach attorney, is a vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and also serves
is a vice president of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce. A
former chairman of the Miami
Beach Charter Review Board, and
a past president of the Civic
League of Miami Beach and the
Miami Beach Bar Association, Mr.
Smith is also a past president of
the Palm. Star and Hibiscus Is- .
land Property Owners Associa- I
lion. As chairman of the Fedora-
Children's ''"" s Foundation of Jewish Phil- '
anthrdpiesi'Mr. Smith is in charge
of developing the community's I
Legacy, and Bequest Program.
Happenings...
Ronald .1. Toiler, an urban
transportation consultant from
Dallas, Tex., has been named
Planning Officer of the Nation-
al City Management Company
resident staff, which operates
Dade C o u h t y s Mctro|>olitan
Transit Authority, according to
Stanley IL Gates, Jr., National
City Management Co. president.
G> ft
L. Jules Arkin, president of
the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce, became the first
chief executive in the 50-year
history of the organization to
lie elected a member of the
Board of Directors of the Flor-
ida State Chamber. Mr. Arkin
had earlier been named to the
Board of Trustees of the Third
Century U.S.A. Corporation, the
group planning for Greater Mi-
ami's share of the nation's
200th birthday celebration in
1976.
ft if
B'nai B'rith Sports Lodge
members assisted the Salvation
Army by manning one of its
kettles on Flagler Street last
week. Attorney Paul B. Stein-
bergi president of the lodge.
treasurer Alan Btetaman, vice-
president Leon steiiiiiiiiii. v ice-
president Abe Matte, and vice-
presidents Marvin Pias, and Nat
Cohen each spent one hour ring-
ing for the Salvation Army dur-
ing the dav.
ft' ft ft
Everett Bhoeket, M.D., a well-
known local surgeon, will speak
on "The British Health Sys-
ll
tern: A Personal Kx|ierienc.
at the Dade County Medic
Association, 2 Coral Way. at
8:00 a.m. Tuesday, Dsc. 21. 1>
Shockct, who travel in Gre t
Britain this past summer ui I
Spent SOmS time working wit -
in the British National HealT.i
Service at a suburban Londi
Hospital, will present a sli
presentation and discuss va -
ous aspects of health service
delivery in Britain. Everyone -
invited to attend and particips
in the discussion.
ft
The a n n u a 1 dime-a-dinn
nights at local restaurants
benefit the March of Dimes wi
be held on Jan. 28, 29 and :.
according tO Jack Silver of t
Black Angus Systems, cochal -
man of the event. It was S. -
vei's idea in 19fil for resta -
rants to take a dime from ea< I
dinner s e r V e d on the spec!
nights anil contribute it to t.
March. Jack's cochairman t! -
year is Mamiv Arnold of th
Home Mill; Prwlucer's Assn
The directors of Bacardi I. -
ports. Inc.. have elected Kdw
II. Nielsen president of the PU '
Importing firm. He succee
H. B. Estrada, who will retl
Dec. 31, Mr. Estrada announce
Mr. Nielsen has seised as v
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Scandal Probes Produce A
Lot Of Smoke, Little Fire
Continued from Page 1-A
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guest speaker at last week's
Mid-Year Growth Conference
of Southeastern Florida Region
of Women's American ORT in
the Algiers Hotel, is a graduate
of the ORT school in Natanya,
Israel.
Religious Zionists To Hold
Chanukah Festival Wednesday
The Religious Zionists of Amer-
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Greater Miami Recion, will cele-
brate the Chanukah Festival at 8
p.m. Wednesday at Kneseth Is-ael
Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach, according to Hyman
Kolko. president.
The program will include in-
stallation of officers, latest movies
of Israel by Louis Young, cantorial
musical program by local cantors,
and a Chanukah message by Rabbi
David Lehrficld. Refreshments will
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managing director of the oil
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man,
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ed with the question of who had
stopped a police inquiry into the
alleged large scale the!t of gov-
ernment owned equipment as-
signed to Netivei Neft and why.
Dinstein, Salman and Friedman
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ation for the Advancement of
Medical Instrumentation an in-
ternational professional associa-
tion founded with the purjKjse of
improving medical instruments,
i devices and systems.
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knowledgeable experts will edu- !
; cate the participants on the safe
use of electrical equipment. Fol-
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will adjourn to the Miami Heart !
Institute for a tour of the facili-
ties and a reception.
Judge Cherkas Installing
Massachusetts Club Slate
At the regular meeting of the
Massachusetts Club of Greater
Miami Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in j
the Bel Aire Hotel. Judge Meyer
L. Cherkas will be the installing
officer.
The incoming president is Mrs.
George Gn.--.berg; William Chiten
is outgoing president. After a
brief meeting there will be re-
freshments and entertainment by
Patricia Gayle.
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\Windmue tier's Speaking
Schedule Is Announced
Rtevpn F. Windmuoller, Jewish
nimunal Affairs program spe-
list of the
- *
American Jewish
STEVEN f. WINDMUiLUK
Lmmittec, (AJCommittee), will
In the Miami area for a week
ginning Sunday.
Mr Windmueller, who is con-
I with youth problems and
|ll Judges Nighf Set
Voters Incorporated
looters Incorporated will fea-
' All Judges Night" at its
er.-to-the-public meeting, Tues-
Iv ;it 8:15 p.m. in the auditorium
[the Washington Federal Bank,
3-1 Washington Ave.
Harry Levy, president, will act
moderator. The guest speakers
include Circuit Court Judgtv
fancis X. Knuck, Criminal Court
ige Alfonso C. Sepc, and Mqnici-
Durt Judge Gerald J. Tobin. -
bridging the gap between orga-
nized and Jewish life in the Unite;'/
States and Jewish young people,
**wHk be ip JWtiliij, to a wide spec-
trum of groups, Melvyn Frumkes.
chairman of the Jewish Communal
Affairs Committee of the Greater
Miami Chapter, announced
Mr. Windmueller will be speak-
ing before the Young Adult Group
at the Cochoran & Cochoran Gal-
lery, 800 Douglas Entrance Sun-
day, at 8 p.m. At the open Miami
Chapter membership meeting of
the AJCommittee which will be
held Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in the
River Room of the Dupont Plaza
('( liter, Mr. Windmueller will
speak on the "Jesus Freaks."
He will be speaking at a joint
meeting sponsored by the Bureau
of Education, the YMIIA and the
AJCommittee. Wednesday at 7
p.m. in the Central 'Y.- 8500 SW
8th St. Friday, Dec. 17, at 10 p m.
lie will be speaking at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami at a spe-
cial Friday evening service with
Rabbi Nicolas Behrman.
Representing AJCommittee, Mr.
Windmueller will be participating
in a special program given by
Temple Beth Shalom of Hollywood
Saturday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at
the Traymore Hotel, Miami Beach,
as part of a three-day retreat.
Mr. Windmueller, who is very
much involved with current is-
sues of the day, discusses youth,
Jesus Freaks, the Middle East and
Soviet Jewry with equal ease. He
is a graduate of the University of
Cincinnati and received his grad-
uate training in international re-
lations at the University of Penn-
sylvania. He has been serving on
the faculty of the University of
Pennsylvania and Rutgers Univer-
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The ship-a-box project a na-
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National Council of Jewish Women
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Miami Section, NCJW at its Jan-
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before being sent for display at
the Israel Hebrew University High
School.
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the Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
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borne by six Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Chapters, including Gold
Coast, Bienvenida, Harmony, Hat-
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By Carl Alpert
College Graduates For Israel's Army
4T THE \<.E Ol- 1H, the overwhelming majority
of Israel youth boys and girls go-into the
army. It is a national service whi^h, jj.acccpto:' as.
part of the responsibility of living
here. The country la menace*! by
enemies. All must join in the de-
fense.
However, tlie [sracl defense
.c,n.c< have made an interesting
| and wry efficient provision to
* solve the problem of youth hound
for university. This is called the
Academic Reserve (Atu.ta Alsade-
mait). and it operates as follows:
Secondary school graduates with very high
grades and a desire to study at university may. up-
on entering the army, appl) for ac eptancc into the
Academic Reserve. The authorities stud) tin' appli-
cations, note tin' field of study, aj pi) aptitude tests
and other considerations, then make the decision
\ number (the precise numbei i> a military secret)
of the applications are approved.
Tin young people selected undergo their prcp-
iratorj basic militar) training during summer va-
cation, hut spend the remain cr of their time at-
tending the universlt) ol then choice. Upon grad-
nation with a Bachelor's degree, they owe the
ai iiK'd forces the full term of three years of com-
pulsor) service. In other words, the academic de-
ferment is precisely what the words mean a
postponement, and can not he transfornnd latei
into a waiver of service.
One of the imi>ortant considerations in the
dech-ion is the fie! of study. Obviously, the army
is not particularly interested in encouraging some-
one to stud) in a Held which may not lh especially
useful hen the young soldier takes his place in
uniform like medieval history, or Sanskrit lit-
erature, for example. But if he is to study elec-
tronics, or aeronautical engineering or chemistry.
among other subjects, the army certainly is inter-
ested.
The sold'er-graduatc who begin? his defem d
service posscs the arm;, can use. Furthermore, he i- almost always
caik upon to serve as an offic< r.
s me iii the young people have mixed feelings
about the opportunity, Some grasp at it. for it en-
ables them to continue their educat on straight from
high school, without the distracting three-year inter-
lude. Furthermore, if tiny can ni.t afford to attend
university, the army will provide them with scholar-
ships. In such instances, the recipient will 0NV
army an extra year of service beyond his r,J
three years, lor every year for which he recefcwi
scholarship. For students lacking the means h!
might otherwise never have dreamed of gob**
university, this is a godsend.
Other young people take a different view The
prefer to serve their three years, get |, v,r vvi,h
and then attend college. When they are older thn
may be married, and will be more career-orienw
Besides, sir.ee most of their friends and buddies,^
he getting into uniform, they prefer i,, stick wift
their gang. For most, it should he added, there n
no choice.
Mi mbers of the Academic Reserve must main-
tain high giades. or the army yanks them out of
university and -ends them into ihe ranksr-Girk
arc accepted in the program, but the)
thereafter serve their prescribed period
s' ry service eve:, if thej are married and
children a state ol affairs which oth
exempts a girl from service.
Israi i i.- defended by a citfc ::v ara
there i- need for educated officer material a-
Henci the authorities' Interest in s, .,
best ol the young people for the Aca i:
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
'Moscow And Jerusalem'
Tut: itooK .'Moscow Ami Jerusalem by Avigdor Dagan
lAbelard-Schuman, $6.95) is the first to interpret a
ge collection of Soviet and Israeli diplomatic corre-
spondence and conversations affecting
relation- between the two nations. The
author, who has been in Israel's foreign
I s,-rvi'e for 20 years, has served as am-
bassador to i'oland, Yugoslavia and
Norway, and twice headed Israel's East
European department of foreign affairs.
He roves the ambivalence of Soviet
diplomacy when ii socks to protect "Its
clients, especially Egypt, and when iv
- :>Joys its press and diplomatic corps to prove that it is
a ;^ace-seeking nation.
In May 1H(>7. the Soviet propaganda machine made
false charge of Israeli troop concentrations on the
S; tan Solder. Pravoa stated that it.s sources wen- Efljfcl
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Dateline Jerusalem: By: AMOS BEN-VERED
Austerity Measures
(Copyright i, i uni fewtshVaMajraBtili agency)
yilE NSW AI STERITY measures approve Nov.
21 by the Cabinet concerning the reduction of
public building, expense accounts, the non-replace-
ment of cars and furniture and additional Items
have been worked out tor psychological as well as
economic reasons. Finance Ministry circles admit
The public sector in I-rael plays an overriding
role in it.s economy. The deficit for the current year
in Israel's tra balance, including services, is %\.?>
billion. All this money is supplied from abroad,
much of it from contributions to fund-raising cam-
paigns and from other public sources such as loans
and grants by foreign states
However, due mainly to the skyrocketing de-
fens,- expenditures, Israel has to cut down on manv
social services. If the lower income families are
told that there is no money for better schooling
lor their children, for example, then the relative!)
higher income families are much more envied
Cars ari taxed in Israel 250S5 so that a medium
steed American car costs $12.( 00. When the poor in
Israel sec government officials riding in such cars
or eating in restaurants which specialize in French
cooking, the social unrest may become stronger.
This Is one of the reasons why the order ha- been
given t cut down on Items which the poor cannot
buy.
Another reason aiso borders on the psychologi-
cal: when a top executive of a government corpora-
tion is told that he cannot renew his office furni-
ture and is not allowed to spend more than S2.25
on a meal, he will be much more reluctant to ap-
pro\e expenditures by other officials.
The problem facing the Ministry of Finance of-
ficials who will have to implement the new regula-
tions in detail is how to crack down on the spend-
ing habits of the strung. As almost everywhere, it
is the weak who a>v unable to attain even the
meager share of what should be theirs by right
while the strong take more than is due them. As
an over-riding part of the economy depends on
public money the strong are those who are part of
the jHiblie sector or deal with it.
t.an. but Egyptian official- attributed the story to Ru ia.
Dagan's questions about future Soviet-Israeli relations
go to fundamentals: l>ocs Russia cherish logic? Does it
want peace? Will the United States show sufficient firm-
ne-.-. in its stand to force Russia to think of peace?
Boris Smolar, Russian Oorn Jewish Telegraphic
Agency iJTAi editor emeritus, who is knowledgeable
about Muscovian chicanery, attempts to answer questions
of why Soviet lea ers look u|>on Jews as "supicious ele-
ments." can Jewish culture survive in RtBBia, and other
pel incut queries in Soviet .Irwry Today anil Tomorrow
(Marmillan Co.. 95.96), Since Smolar is not an 'instant
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thoraUv- picture of the social, economic, religious and
cultural iives of Soviet Jev.T.v today. Prognostications may
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er- air not aficionados of logic or the rules of the game
My Testimony by Anatoly Marchenko, translated by
M.chael Scammel iA Delta Book. $2.951 is listed as
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cal prisoner in one of these camps, aid classifies the
groups of political prisoners into intellectuals accuse!
of anti-Soviet propaganda, religious believers, and nation-
alist those who a vocate some degree of autonomy for
non-Russian parts of the U.S.S.R. (Marchenko was re-
al rested in July 1968 for writing this book*. The pattern
of life in these camps are very reminiscent of what we
hear about American jails; homosexual rain-, corruption
of prison guards and their inhuman treatment of inmates.
and ihe Inadequacy of food.
As We Were Saying
By ROBERT SEGAL
America's Third Force
COR Tiios:; A SLIGHT space left-of-center. Common
Cause the modem brain chhd of Republican John
W. Gardner may prove in the 197()'s as satisfying as
'he old Fight For I-'r.....lom was in the
194 I's. Common Cause i> a collection ol
nearly 200IMHI Americans paying 618
oil a non-ta\ i xempt basis with the
hr. ad aim of frying to take the country
away from the professional politicians in
ihe hope that tin p >o|le will pick up the
pieces and move on from there.
"We are Irving to bring lh indi
hack to where he ha- aedes's to his own
institutions," Gardner has sal/. "We want to open the
docs* and windows and lei the people in we want to
pi.l this country back oi trie path to greatn. ss. '
Soapy rhetorict Don't he too sure.
Common Cause people have fought for the creation
of more public -rrvvc jbs. fee netentlpn of the Office o.
Economic Opportunity tthc federal government's anti-
poverty agency), for voting rights for young people be-
tween IS and 21. and lor an expanded foixl stamp pro-
gram. Sharpest of all has b.vn the fight for a wind-up of
American fighting in li\'o-china.
John Ganur has attracted financial backing from
the IBM's Watson}, John D. Rockefeller III. John Hay
Whitney, and Dreyfu- Fund's Howard Stein among
others, and top flight professionals like I^well Beck
Common Cans,' executive director, a former lobbyist for
the American Bar Aasoenrrton
... ..C;
lion of Hebrew
>n
ts I
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ion
1 '
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tie
Between You and Me By BORIS SM0U1
Hebrew In The l.S.
AMERICAN GOVERNMENTAL sources aw
viding more than $1 million a year for instns>
language in public high schooij
This is a -mall sum compare
with the $9a million which Ji
spend annuall) on mail tai -.
Jewish school- ol all types, It t\
also a small sum compared witk
what municipalities spend on
teaching foreign languages in tM
high schools.
The governmental exp
on Hebrew coin-.- for high school
foreign language study included in the public (thai
curriculum. There are about so public lush schools j|
in the nation where Hebrew i- taught, Kali o(UYa
are in New York. The remainder are In Lu< An-
geles. San Kranoisco. Miami. Cleveland, BallinxBU
Philadelphia. Milwaukee and other rilic- v.;-. J
substantial Jewish population. About 1S66 W*;
are attending the Hebrew classes In all Hal
schools.
The National Hebrew Culture Council has bw j
Instrumental In encouraging the teaching of 1*
brew in public high -ehools. The Council ha- bed
helpful to communities seeking to Introduce H*l
brew in suburban areas but meeting with van* j
problems in relation to public school boanls s !
educators, it is estimated that during thelntW
years, move than 150.^00 young peoph J.-nsai*1
non-Jew- have attended regular .Vperiod-a-wwk j
classes In Hebrew and Hebrew culture in public,
high schools throughout the United States. SnatJ
Hebrew language gtu y is toda) recognized <
par with other foreign languages it the Cll
ol American public high s hooN It emhks the
student lo me. t college entrance requiremenU
The course of study for Hebrew classes in*
public schools aims at developing the abllii
student to -peak and write Hebrew. Th c
p-ovides the student also with a bird's-*)
of ,h wish history and literatim
with Jewish folk-ways and custom- and an ones*
lion to the life and problems ol Isi ie
|n th<> "oaT
grades, m lections from ancient,
temporary writers are studied.
The smdy of Hebn w In pul !i w
nothing to do with the Hebrew c 11-- '
given In about 200 colleges, universities an
ological seminaries. In the colleges and uni
modern Hebrew is taught, while in the w
tudenO
s. minaries the Hebrew i- Biblical. The U.S
of Education estimates that ab ul
are attending Hebrew courses in American
and universities.
'
There are today about S00
alleges and unh*
,,,. in
silics in the Unite! Stales which ^^^V^
Hebrew language as a foreign language ^^
for admission of students. Bui no Hebrei ^ .
Is being taught in about COO of them U> ^ ..^
Hebrew occupies the sixlh place among ^
languages taught in American schoote ^Qfl
learning according to the U.S. 0H,cf, ._
ducation


joy, December 10, 1971
+Jenlsfi fUrkUan
Page 15- P.
letters to the editor
OK. Thi" Jewish Floririiun
ould appreciate your pub-
the following remarks.
refer to the "Book Review"
vnour 15. Liebinan which ap-
on Page 14A of your
newspaper in its Novem-
1971 issue which reviews
:; in taut books on the Kib-
that were written by Mel-
:. Splro.
not share the views of Mr.
n regarding the kibbutz.
! are 230 kibbutz collective
riis throughout Israel,
a population of about 100,-
ople. They cultivate close to
|o! all trie cultivated land in
buntry. Close to 175 indus-
Dlants have been established
these collectives. The kib-
|ndustries produce more than
tho gross national product,
|thf use of only 2.6'; of the
manpower occupied in in-
The productivity of the
}i industrial worker is high-
15'i than the national aver-
tThe kibbutzim are producing
than 12'; of the gross na-
lucl of farms and in-
. while they comprise only
1 of the entile population.
he Kibbutz society there are
lire, no prison nor courts
I for welfare payments.
ind delinquency are rare,
bs based on direct democracy,
lembers have created an or-
i\ ed by its members as
Illy righl and bound together
|es of common values, corn-
experience and mutual aid.
|kibhut/ family, with its new
ol rearing children, is more
than in the cities of Israel.
[is indicated by the relatively
Bivorce rates. A survey of 27
Ban kibbutzim found a divorce
.037*5 in the younger gene-'
ns compared to a .OBb'/i in
Ider generations. .
(lore else do we find such con-
for aged' people, as in the
Hi/? There' is a systertV of
uai retirement' of older peo*.
decreasing number of'boun
worked per day. Every member
when he reaches 50 years old
works less hours, yet work is
available for all. Older persons
feel that they share in the com- '
munity's maintenance as well.
It is a child-oriented society and
the community affords free educa-
tion to every child. There are al- \
most no dropouts, no grades or
formal examinations. No children
are held back. Children with diffi- !
culty are helped by pedal educa-
tion teachers. Many kibbutz chil-
dren are studying in universities.
To what does Mr. Liebman re-
i far when he contends that the
"kibbutzim no longer hold the old
glamour?" Of course they don't
hold the glamour of pioneering
days when many kibbutzim were
established, in the 1920s and the
1930s. There is a new glamour. It :
draws thousands and thousands of i
young people. Jews and others, to t
come to the kibbutz, to observe ;
and participate. There are those I
that also decide to settle.
A good example could be the
kibbutz recently established a t
A DA MIT on the Lebanese border.
by young Americans who come to
Israel. After six-months study in
I a kibbutz ulpan. they decided to
I establish their own kibbutz.
Mr. Liebman would imply that
"nationhood was achieved in 1948. |
and so there is no need for the '
existence and success of the kib-
j butz." When the American colo-
nies received their independence, '
! did that mean that the country j
; was secure and developed and I
i there \os $)<\ further need for any !
settlement? Of-course not. That 1
was the beginning of a long proc- '
'ess. ;..''' i

Is*rael &' small country with
many problems to solve. The kib- I
butz will continue to be a con- \
struct he factor, in the further
settlement of Israel, the defense;
of the country, the education and I
cultural creation of Israel, as well
as in its economic and political
life. In the Israeli Cabinet four of
tho members.are kibbutz settlers. ;
Men's Club Meeting Set
Temple Tifereth Israel Men's
Club is planning a Chanukah cele- i
brat ion and dance, Saturday, Dec. Irving Farber or the temple's ol
18. from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the fice.
social hall of the temple. Juan
Cortex and his band will play f<
dancing. To purchase tickets, ca
It is a major factor in the Israeli
Labor Federation.
The need exists for new ways of
living without poverty and with
concern for the human being.
While your columnist links the
dissolutionment with communism
in Eastern Kurope and Kibbutz
ideology, the truth is that "the
kibbutznikim" are practicing in
everyday living the very as|>ects
of a new social order that failed
to be realized in other places.
Martin Buber wrote that the Kib-
butz was the experiment in Utopia
that didn't fail.
Liebman seems to fear this dy-
namic movement which Ls imbued
with socialism. It is one of the
unique aspects of Israeli life.
Within its gates are being created
a life of meaning for its people.
The kibbutz is beset by prob-
lems. It is concerned with devel-
oping in a technological age; with
problems of war and peace; with
the future of their children who
are being brought up in a bleak
world. If there is a lack of ideol-
ogy, then it exists in the world
over, less so in the kibbutz.
The vast majority of our young
people, born in the kibbutz are
continuing with the settlements
or establishing new ones. A good
example can be KEREM SHA-
LOM near the Gaza Strip, estab-
lished by young sons and daugh-
ters of veteran kibbutzim. They
wanted to start anew from the
very beginning, as they seek to
feel what their parents exjjerienc-
ed 20 and 30 years ago as found-
ers.
The undersigned is a founding
member of Kibbutz Ein Dor. Born
in the United States, he emigrat-
ed to Israel in 1947, but is at
present an emissary from Israel
("Shaliach") on the staff of the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion (515 Park Ave., New York,
N.Y. 10022) for a two-year period.'
.MEIR JAFFK
jral Club Meeting Set
Yiddish Cultural Club will
lay al 10 a.m. at the
tdship Corner No. 4. Collins
I ii 80th St. The program In-
I songs uf Mollie Nesh-
led by Paul Yanov-
the poetry of II. Rosenblatt.
i>i i tcob Katz and readings
\*i >hkin, according t o
. chairman.
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ejfewisli Floridian
[ami, Florida Friday, December 10, 1971
Section B
ascell Calls On President To
Intercede For Soviet Jewry
Reiterating his deep concern
x the ;'light of Jews in the So-
k i Union. Congressman Dante
f cell this week cosponsored a
, lion in the House of Rep-
p-1'iitativps urging the President
immediate and deter-
mined steps to:
Call upon the Soviet gov-
rnmerrt to permit the free cx-
of ideas and the exer-
ol religion by all its citi-
fns in accordance with the So-
i Constitution.
Utilize formal and informal
in tacts with Soviet officials in
011 to secure an end to
i>.-lamination against religious
unorities.
Demand of the Soviet gov-
rnment thai it permit its citi-
ens the right to emigrate from
the Soviet Union to the coun-
triea of their choice.
Raise in the General As-
sembly of the United Nations
the issue of the Soviet Union's
transgression of the Declaration
of Human Rights, particularly
against Soviet Jews and other
minorities.
Rep. Fascell, a ranking mem-
ber of the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee and a U.S.
Representative to the 24th Gen-
eral Assembly of the United
Nations, said, "We must con-
tinue to let the Soviets know
that we are aware of what is
happening there and that we
are deeply distressed by the
violations of basic human rights
which are taking place."
KEF. DANTE FASCELL
\Scoop9 And Golda Talk
ISonator Henry M. Jackson,
tiusi' record on the State of Is-
has won him national acclaim
Mil almost every leading Jewish
ganization in the United States
id an extremely close personal
|lationship with key Israeli offici-
s. .-net with Prime Minister Golda
tir during the second day of her
irrent visit to the United States,
n.l was personally thankedi for
Samuel X. Friedland, chalr-
ban of th" board of Food Fair
Stores and of Temple Emanu-
tl, will introduce Sen. Jackson
i Saturday niRht's Hebrew
ki .idenn banquet. Mr. Fried-
kiiiil, president of Mount Sinai
lospltal, was one of the earliest
kupuorter* of the Hebrew Aead-
hnj and has lieen a leader In
Hi' raUM of Jewish education.
Mr. Friedland, a past president
the Greater Miami Jewish
^deration and former chair-
man of the local Israel Bond
>r-:uii/ation, headed the Miami
Iroup in Israelone of the
lii-l major private investment
"lips in the Jewish state.
lend, i -hip in the fight to se-
Iditiona] military and eco-
oniic assistance for Israel.
In a special statement after his
with Mrs. Meir, Sen.
ickson said, "I am disturbed that
State Department continues
assess the military balance in
ward Ginsberg was elected
Chairman of the Joint Distribu-
^ln Committee at its 57th an-
ual meeting in New York City
his week. Mr. Ginsberg suc-
seds Louis Broido in the post
the Middle East in a way that in-
creases the likelihood of a re-
newal of conflict. The State De-
partment's approach has been to
wear thin the margin of Israel's
security in a foolish and short-
sighted effort to bring about in-
terim measures that would be un-
certain and unstable."
The Washington Democrat, who
will speak Monday night at a
Madison Square Garden rally in
New York in behalf of Soviet
Jewry, said "I am hopeful that the
decision to resume the sale of
Phantom aircraft which is lodged
in the White House will be taken
now, especially in view of the over-
whelming support the Senate has
given my amendment making
available the credits necessary to
do this."
When elected to Congress in
1938. at the age of 28, his district
contained only ru> Jewish fami-
lies. When Israel was still a dream,
in 1944. he stated "If I can for-
ward the work of making a Jew-
ish homeland come true, you car.
count on my earnest efforts in this
great humanitarian cause."
He and the late President John
F. Kennedy, then a fellow senator,
co-authored legislation to make it
easier for refugees from Mid-East
nations to enter the United States.
CANTORS PRESENTING
SPECIAL PROGRAM
Members of the Cantor's
Association of Greater Miami
are presenting a special pro-
gram for the community-
wide Chanukah Festival un-
der the auspices of the Israel
Bond Organization, Sunday
evening, Dec. 19, in the Mi-
ami Beach Convention Hall.
Cantors participating are
Zvi Adler, Eleazar Bernstein,
Jacob Bornstein, Saul Breeh,
David Conviser. Mayer En-
gel. Heyman Fine, Nico Feld-
man, Harry Kahn, Jehuda
Heilbraun. William Lipson,
Jack Lerner, Abraham Seif,
Nathaniel Schaub. Irving
Shulkes, Jacob Renzer. Si-
mon Hinkes, Edward Klein.
Joseph Malek. Nathan Par-
neU, Hyman Resnik, Silver-
man Yahvne and Mordochai
Yardeini.
Final plans for Saturday night's Hebrew Academy scholar-
ship dinner at the Deauville Hotel were mapped by (from
left to right) Jack S. Popick, vice president; B. I. Binder, din-
ner cochairman; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, and
Irving Firtel, president. Louis Merwitzer will be honored on
his 83rd birthday as the Miami Beach school celebrates
its 24th anniversary; Sen. Henry M. Jackson will receive
the Academy's 1971 award.
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Friday, December 10,
197[
Mrs. Yehuda Levanon To
Speak At Chanukah Party
M b. Yehuda Levanon will de-. program chairmen.
tail A Day in the I.iiV Of Ar
bra. Working Woman" durbfej In addition, a program of Chan-
ukah songs will be presented by
children of the Hope School, un-
der the direction of Judy Drucker,
a member of the music staff of
the temple's School of Living Ju-
daism. Holiday refreshments will
lk> served by the Sisterhood's hos-
dtality committee. under the
Chairmanship of Mrs. Robert Joel.
Mrs. Levanon an elementary
school teachec and her husband
are iloth Shulom's current Israelis-
in-Rcsfdence. Married in lft48,
they are the parents of three sons,
one of whom is a pilot officer in
the Israeli Air Force.
Mis. Meyer Kotler is president
of the Sisterhood.
Rummage Sale Proceeds For
ORT School Of Engineering
The Miami Beach Section of
Women's American ort will hold
a rummage sale, Tuesday and
Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at tin American Legion Hall, 1828
Beth David Makes
Preparations For
Festive Hoi id av
Preparations for the celebration
of the Chanukah Festival being
marie nt Beth Da\id Congregation
are geaned tov.nrri> tads Bgfi
bracket.
For three successive days Chan-
ukah workshops will be conducted
for the nursery school ind kinder-
garten grades an their pajents-.
Two Chanukah assemblies will
be held on the South Dade Camp-
us under the direction of Dr. Don- .
aid Mbhelson, principal, and the
faculty on Sunday; playlets and
soni;s will be offered by the chil-
dren of the school. Besinninc at
1:30 p.m. a Clianukah party will
bo held under the auspices ot" the
Couples Club.
The teenagers will participate in
the services and offer a socio-
drama of their own on the Sab-
bath of Clianukah.
New Officers Installed By
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Ohev Shalom Congregation In-
stalled its new officers and di-
rectors recently: Rabbi Phineas A,
Weberman, spiritual leader con-
ducted the ceremonies.
The slot! o! officers installed
include-' Alfred H. Speiser, presi-
dent; Herman Meyenon, first vice
president; William Peinberg, sec-
ond vice president; Frank Gordon,
secretary; Eugene Zicherman,
treasurer, and Peter Steelier, fi-
nancial secretary.
The gabbolm are Nathan Ep-
st('in, Simon Jaray. Louis Malt/.
Sigmund Rosenman and Harry
Weinberg.
Louis Tamer Ls chairman of the
board: the board of .ircctors also
includes Morris Adler, Benjamin
Anpali Max Berkowitz, Ben Ehten-
stein. Nathan Farber. Harold Gins-
berg, Isadore Hershkowitz, Murray
J. Kotkes, Louts Makovsky, Rich-
ard Manas, Charles Praeger, Kin;;
Rich. Melvin Rupel, Milan Rutte.
Abe Schwartz, [rwin j,
Adol. Sicherman. i,",,
man- (',rl '"- Sm&
Leonard Welnstnn wa
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Mrs. Ethel Blum Elected
Chairman Of SATW Chapter
Mrs. Ethel Blum b the nL
elected chairman of the Soclebd
American Travel Writers Soii
eastern U.S.-Caribboan Chapel
A free lanee writei and ediiw J
Cruise Publication, stir was
stalled by Jim Woodman author
of "Air Travel Bargain*" uj
week at tlie argantzatke'i sent
annual Miami arts met?tin
Other officers installed w
Akin Prince, Miami Herald Travel
Editor, vice chairman; Stuart
Newman, secretary, and Ray fc
boe, treasurer.
MRS. Vi:illl)A LEVANON
the b inu .ih party soon-
hood AUon ''1
W< I as at 11:30 Pr0CC( ujU ..,, ,,, ,he ,rt
: h n ih Sisterhood School ol I ng. whi
Lout Mrs. Allan b. ,., ,. ,,, ,. the
Wil* ;"- M Ma^'' s '" He -re Univcrsitj In .1 rusalem.
D FFERtNT STROKES
FOR
DIFFERENT FOLKS
Latke Party Hosted Jointly
The rhi'd-n ol Ti mple Tifereth
Israel Religious School, will dra-
matize the lighting of ani bless-
ing the < hanukah candles with
songs and appropriate ceremonies
Sunday at lo a.m. The program
will be followed by a latke parts
hosted jointly bj the Sisterhood
and Mrn's Club.
TVotc Open on rVE 12.) St.
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SEPARATE CAM.PS OF DISTINCTION FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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In the Heart of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
ATTENTION PARENTS
Traveling arrangements are being completed for Miami area children presently enrolled via
Eastern Airlines Non-Stop Jet.
fa A limited number of camper openings available Section quotas
& Unexcelled direction for thirty-seven year* in the finest tradition under the sama ownership.
A- Only 4'/2 hours total traveling time from Miami.
Featuring:
9 magnificent new all-weather championship
tennis courts with night lights; pro on staff
Outstanding water skiing program
3 motor boats, new 30-foot ski jump
Extended canoe trip and sailing programs
Theatre workshop
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling Unas
9 Hole golf course
English and western ding -7 males trails
Ham radio and electronics
Superb International Staff
The Directors, Mrs. Carle U. Weinborg and Mr. Louis P. Weinbe rg, will be in Miami on Doc. 14th for a limbed time, hi j
ing interested parents and prospective staff members. Parents desiring a camp adhering to the highest possible stane*"-
operation, please contact the directors at the Montmartre Hotel, 532-1731 or our Miami representative.
MRS. JACK (NANCY) DAVIS
11042 PARADELA AVENUE, CORAL GABLES, TELEPHONE 665-7923 or 665-9147
who will arrange an appointment with the directors
HOME OFFICE: 6528 CASTOR AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19149
CAMP REUNION, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1971
Past, present and new campers, parents and staff are cordially invited to attend our camp
reunion at the Dupont Plaza Hotel (Miami Room Mezzanine Floor) 300 Biscayne Blvd. Way,
Miami, on Saturday, December 18, 1971, 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
For information and reservations, please contact Mrs. Nancy Davis, 665-7923 or 665-9147.



iday, December 10, 1971
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Mrs. Ruth Schaffzin To Be
Honored As Woman of Year
Lvnr.l luncheon, sponsored by the
r Miami Women's Division
XJ? annual Woman of the Year of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem and !a-i May established a
dormitory building accommodating
.'!2 male students i n the univer-
lity's Gival Ham Campus.
Mrs. Jerome Kipnis will be chair-
nan of the day; the gathering will
be ad resed by Dr Leon Kronish
spiritual lca Rholom or Miami B wh. Dr. Kron
i *ltj and, a- a fn menl v'sitor to
ih.- State of ira.!. i. to bring the
,.|i--<>nt situation into perspective
and focus.
II brew University, the largest
Institution of its type in th world
has an enro"m<*n1 of isonft stn-
dents of which 2 TO omc from
the United States. It offers degrees
ranging from Bachelors to Doctor-
al. >a in many and varied fie'**.
Among its faculti' s are the Schools
of Medicine. Dentistry, Law. Phar-
macy, Agriculture, Applied and
Social Sciences. Social Work, and
Psychology. Extensive research in
cancer ami immunology and in
other areas are under way.
Information and reservations for
the Woman of the Year luncheon
may be obtained by contacting the
'cn| office of the American
Friends of Hebrew U"lvrsity, 601
Lincoln R'., Miami Beach.
MM. RUTH rl/ SCHAFFZIN
the American Friends of the
w University, will be hel3
Mm Tuesday, Dec. 21. in the
taineblcau Hotel, praesidium
nts, Mis. Jacob Kat/man.
- Leon Kronish and Mrs. Sam-
-..': nhol; have announce '.
> ;m-'s Woman of the V ar
e i- Mrs. Kith Yab'.ick
fzin, who will be acco-d >d
honor of her recognition of
listinguished clvi"! cultural
ional and philanthropic
i ments.
' [vely newcomer to our
.illy. Mrs. Schaffzin has
i iivolved in every worthwhile
puse in our community. She is a
Hindi r of Mount S'nai Hospital.
trustee of the Greater Miami
i ;-h Federation, a life member
Brandcis Chapter of Hadassah.
lalron of the Greater Miami
|hilharmonic Society, a benefac-
of the Jewish Home for tl>'
jged and a supporter of ORT and
lanj other organizations.
Recognizing the need for higher
lucation in the State of Israel,
Irs. Schaffzin became a founder
Tropical Cancer League
Plans Luncheon Meeting
Tropical ('a- r League of the
American Medical Center a' Den
vcr is planning a luncheon meeting
at noon Friday, Dec. 17. in the
Deauville Hotei. Mis. Deli,' Rubin-
stein 'A ill 1>I i'- i le.
Sara Hill'an.l will give a book
review and there will be a Chan-
ukah party with a carkHelighting
ceremony and an exchange of
gifts. Reservations may he mad
by calling R'tty Friedman, Djiu
Fishman or Anne White.
Men's Club Meeting Set
Hie Men's ciuii of 'temple Beth
Raphael will meet Thursday, Dee.
IB. at 7:30 p.m. in the temple. 151."
Jefferson Ave. William J. Schusel.
'resident, will preside.
Workmen's Circle
Events Scheduled
The Morris and Sarah Jacobs
Workmen's Circle Branch 1050 is
celebrating Chanukah with a latke
party and song fost at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiner,
8490 SW I 17th Tor.. Saturday, be-
ginning at S p.m. and will welcome :
members and their friemta
Israel Krebs, b student at the
I. L. PeretZ Workmen's Circle j
School, will greet the guests at iis
annual banquet Sunday at 1 p.m.
In the Algiers Hotel. Susan Wein- I
er will present her award-winning
essay on Sholom Aleichem; the
musical portion of the pro-ram
will be provided by Cantor Zvi
Adler of Temple Emanu-El, with
conductor-pianist Shmuel Fershko
at the piano. Tickets may be oh-
tained at the school's office, 311
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
Branch lo:>o will host the I. L.
Peretz Cultural Society meeting
honoring Annie Goon, one of its
most active members, on her SOth
birthday Tuesday at s p.m. in the
Lyceum at 2."> Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Guest speaker Ar-
thurs s. Rosichan, executive vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will discuss
Jewish Life Throughout the
, World."
I
; Kennedy Named
For Urban Post
Miami Mayor David T. Kennedy
has been named to the Urban
j Economic Policy Committee of the
United S:aie< Conferenc.....f May-
Ol -..
Announcement of Mayor K Ti-
nt dy's appointment was mad ;>
Hi nry W, Maier, mayor <( Mi'.
waukce, and president of the U.S.
Conference of Mayors.
The comm'ttee on wnieh M"<>
Kennedy will serve is one of fiv<
which will he lille by mayors ol
cities with populations of-more
"... I'd .yjf.
A Happy Chanukah To All .
C. L. CLEMENTS INSURANCE CO.
1143 KANE CONCOURSE
MR. BELL
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
Phone 945-6563
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6640 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Free Delivery
Phone 866-2902 865-0837
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on Lake (Hdham in Pembroke, Massachusetts
in picturesque Grtf Cod
nXCiTMl$G 1VI VARIED PROGRAMS
All land and water sports Arts and crafts Ceramics
Dramatics Water skiing Horseback riding
Israeli dancing and singing Sabbath Services
Dietary Laws observed
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Send your daughter to beutiful New England for an exciting, rich summer's experience.
Contact us NOW. We have openings for one month or for the season.
$725.00 for Season
June 29-Aug. 24, 1972
Tuition
$385.00 for one month
June 29 -July 26, 1972
July 27 -Aug. 24, 1972
Write to Mrs. Eiadass ill Bioeker, Director
344 Kenrick Street, Newton, Mass. 02158
or Call 617-332-5375


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All Ages Participate In
Y's Festival Of Lights
Chanukah. the Festival of Lights,
is being observed at the YM-
YW'HA of Greater Miami. 8500
S\V 8th St., beginning Sunday, the
first day of Chanukah.
The menorah, the Chanukah dre-
idel. latkes and gift bags are con-
spicuously evident in every de-
partment, program and activity
at the Y.' All ages from 3 to 93
are participating in the observ-
ance.
A giant 10-foot menorah will be
the focal point where 'Y' members,
their family and friends will par-
ticipate and usher in this joyous
festival Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Chanukah Parties
For Post-Auxiliary
A Chanukah party will be held
by Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary No. 223 Thursday. Dec.
16 in the home of past Auxiliary
president Gladys Isgar. 5871 S\V
13th St. At that time the Friend-
ship Gavel will be presented to
Auxiliary president Ruth Burman ;
by Shirley Tragash. Department
of Florida junior vice president.
Post and Auxiliary N'o. 330, |
JWV, will hold a joint Chanukah
party at 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16.
in the American Legoin Hall. 18th
and Alton Rd. Entertainment and
a candlelighting ceremony will be
included in the program, accord-
ing to Ceil Rochwarg, Auxiliary
president.
Auxiliary No. 174 will service
the telecart at the VA Hospital
Saturday, according to its presi-
dent. Claire Greenwald.
Department of Florida president
Sally Levy will make her official
visit to Auxiliary No. 723 at its
regular meeting Wednesday at 8
p.m. in the Surfside Community
Center. Auxiliary volunteers will
service the VA Hospital's telecart
on Thursday, Dec. 16.
A regular meeting will be held
by Auxiliary No. 746 Wednesday
at 8:15 p.m. in the Financial Fed-
eral Bank Building, 650 NW 183rd
St. Shirley Tragash. Department
of Florida junior vice president,
will present the Friendship Gavel
to Pauline Duke, Auxiliary presi-
dent.
executive vice president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, will be at the "Y* to offici-
ate in the lighting of the first can-
dle al 4-3Q p.m.Sunday.
A family "latke" party will be
held Sunday, from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
with singing, dancing, entertain-
ment and a giant dreidel filled
with gifts for the children.
In addition an Israeli style Chan-
ukah party will be held Saturday.
Dec. 18. from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
in the 'Y* ballroom, with dancinc
to the music of "The Notables,"
refreshments and door prizes.
Table reservations may be made
by calling Miriam Scheinber^ at
the Central 'Y.1 Tickets are also
available at the 'Y' switchboard.
The celebration of Chanukah
lasts for 8 days with an additional
candle being lit each night. The
giant community menorah at the
'Y' will be lit each night and ev-
eryone is invited to visit and par-
ticipate in ail the celebrations.
The public is invited to a dou-
bles tennis exhibition Sunday at
1 nm. at the "Y's tennis courts.
YWIIA pros Boh Woods and Jon
Solow will compete against Joe
Rouquin and Tom Hauser, former
University of Miami stars in the
exhibition.
The Y' offers a full range of
tennis classes for children an.-?
adults. Information regarding ten-
nis classes may be obtained bv
calline the 'Y"s health & physical
education department.
Discussion Group Meets
The Great Jewish Books Dis-
cussion Group will meet Thursday.
Dec. 16. at 2 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Public Library, 2100 Col-
lins Ave.. with Mrs. Edith Jacob-
son, an authority on Hebrew edu-
cation and philosophy, as the dis
cussion leader. The subject*
"Zohar, Book of Splendor." is tht
::hief work of Cabbalistic litera-
ture. Samuel Reiser will act as
coordinator of the program.
Dinner And Entertainment
The Sisterhood of Temple
Menorah is sponsoring its annual
Chanukah dinner and entertain-
ment at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16,
in the Crimson Room, 7435 Car-
lyle Ave. Members and guests are
invited. Call the temple for reser-
vations.
HOLIDAY GIFT ITEMS
FOR YOUR BOAT
MERCURY ENGINES
WELLCRAFT BOATS
ATLANTIC DINGHIES
& SAIL BOATS -:
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FISHING EQUIPMENT DEPTH GAUGES ,
FOUL WEATHER GEAR COMPASSES
RADIOS ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS
MARINE SERVICES, INC.
1 31 50 S W 87th Ave. (Galloway Road)
Corner of 1 32nd St One Block We.t ol U S I
Ph 233-573 1 .
ADL Aids Search
For Scientists
The Brookhaven National Lab-
oratory has asked the help of the
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of
B'nai B'rith in locating "young mo-
nority group individuals" to fill a
number of internships in science
and engineering.
Norman Sevin, chairman of
ADL's education committee in
Florida, said the internships are
sponsored by the National Science
Foundation and will begin as soon
as suitable candidates can be
found.
Peter H. Chen, a spokesman for
the laboratory, which is owned
and principally funded through
the Atomic Energy Commission.
(AEC) asked ADL for "assistance
in indentifying and receiving vital
information on young minority
group individuals who are pres-
ently emploved."
One year appointments will be
made in nine scientific disciplines
for applicants with advanced de-
grees i masters or higher). These
include: cryogenic, electrical, me-
chanical and nuclear engineeiing;
high and low energy, solid state
and nuclear physics; radiation, or-
ganic, inorganic and hot atom
chemistry; and environmental
science.
Persons interested in internships
are asked to send resumes to Dr.
R. C. Anderson, Assistant Director.
Scientific Personnel. Brookhaven
National Laboratory, Upton, NY.
11973.
Breakfast For Blood Donors
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
will hold its annual Blood Bank
drive on Sunday from 9 a.m. to
noon. Breakfast will be served to
all donors by the Temple Brother-
hood. The Blood Bank is available
to each temple family.
Mizrachi Chapters
Miami Beach Chapter of Mizra-
chi Women will celebrate Chan-
ukah at its noon meeting with a
festive party in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Mrs. Rachel Katz is
president.
A Chanukah membership party-
will be held by Chai Chapter at
the home of Beverly Hauser, 5956
SW 16th Ter., Wednesday at 8
p.m. Jeanne Finkelstein is presi-
dent; membership chairmen are
Mesdames Ruth Lubin and Molly
Beckerman. The committee in-
cludes Serena Nuhomovic, Char-'
lotte Roth and Phyllis Gevertz.
Monday. Dec. 20. at 11:30 a.m.. j
Dvorah Chapter will hold its lunch-1
eon and card party in ,h I
zamne card room of CM
Apartments ,2301 Collins !.Jjl
presidium of the chapter u i1*!
Berg, Beatrice Fuchs L H
Goldstein. and Qs|
Coleman Forte Forum G^i
David Coleman will spe .
"The U.S. Stake in -fi}
the Forte Forum, Tuesdav
p.m. to.the Fort, Auditorium,
V\ est Ave.. M,ami Beach. Mr rt
man, president of Miami ft*
Chapter American Mu-vn jw
for Israel is a former chair-*.
and president of Coleman o3
and Wire Coir
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FAIRHAVEN
CENTER
"THE HOME
WITH A HEART"
201 CURTISS PARKWAY
MIAMI SPRINGS.
APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENCY
ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED IN:
RETIREMENT
HOME FOR THE AGED
INTENSIVE NURSING
SENILE CARE
PLEASE CALL MR. FRANK WUTZ
887-1565 FOR FARTHER INFORMATION.
To Commemorate Our
$
25th YEAR
' '
BLUE STAR CAMPS
HENDERSONVILIE, N.C.
I. THAT
i IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26th -
of the
D0P0NT PLAZA HOTEL
from 2:00 to 5 P.M.
we will hold our
ANNUAL CAMP GET-TOGETHER
FOR
' NEW (2:00 p.m. AND FORMER (3:30 p.m.)
CAMPERS AND THEIR PARENTS
TO SHOW AN
EXCITING NEW FILM PRESENTATION
/THE BLUE STAR ST0KY"; and
THAT FROM SUN., JAN. 30 THROUGH SUN. FEB. 27, 1972
THE FOUNDERS AND DIRECTORS WILL BE IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA; FOR PERS0NM
APPOINTMENTS AND INTERVIEWS; AND
3- THAT WE EXTEND CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO OUR LOYAL PARENTS, STAFF AND FRIENDS
- NUMBERING OVER 3,000 IN THE MIAMI AREA; THAT WE EXPRESS THE HOPE THAT
YOU'LL COME BY TO SEE US ON DEC. 2 Mi; THAT YOU'LL CALL US AT 854-1970IK*
AN APPOINTMENT OR EVEN JUST TO SAY HaiO; AND THAT YOUR HOLIDAY SEA5U"
WILL BE A HAPPY AND MEANINGFUL ONE!
2.
$
SHALOM)
HERMAN A HARRY POPKIN,
CO-FOUNDERS A CO-DIRECTORS
;OUR GREATER MIAMI ADDRESS:
230 SHORE DRIVE EAST
PHONE- 854-1970
*BLUE STAR'S SEVEN CAMPS, HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. f &.
are for girls and boys from 7 to 17 years of age.Our full-time Winter Offices are m Atlan .
- 1104 Crescent Ave., N.E. (Zip Code 30309), Telephone: 404-892-7721. Or WRITE for our
54-page 25th Season Catalogue which describes in detail our seven programming gruP.cl(
year, to commemorate our milestone, we are including in our 1972 Membership Fee Hors jj
Riding, Insurance, Laundry, Skiing, Rental of Blankets, Linens, Pillows, Towels, etc ^
also sponsor a special 10-day Fla. Disney World Tour; and offer one (1) full credit for ^
Sr. High School Courses (in sponsorship with Florida Central Academy) for Math, Engns .
Studies, Spanish, etc. And Tennis Instruction will be featured in 1972.
WRITE OR CALL E0R MORE INFORMATION.


iday, December 10, 1971
*Jewisli ncridictn
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SALE! MOTORIZED SHUTTLE TRAIN
WITH AUTOMATIC ACTION
REG. 15.00^99
Whistling locomotive automatically
couples, uncouples, operates turn-
table, climbs steep grade, raises
elevator and unloads, returns
to reload. Push button
5-track switching.
TOYLAND, at all jm stores
except pompano
SALE! TABLE AND CHAIR SET
999 REG. 20.00
Indoors or out, ideal as a game,
snack or TV table. Rust-proof,
lightweight. Red or avocado.
Table:161/4"H./15"W.
2 nestable chairs.
4 TRANSISTOR TAPE RECORDER
16^REG- 2500
Includes 3" reel tape, empty reel,
earphone for private enjoyment and
mike for recording music
and all the happy young
sounds of Christmas.
JOANNOU 10-SPEED BIKE
89"
Quality features include 10-speed
gears, 4" rat trap pedals, center-pull
brakes on nylon bushing, racing
saddle, rear reflector. Bikes
assembled for only 3.50.
WESTERN LOCOMOTIVE
2J.49 REG. 6.00
Mystery action train is coming down
the tracks right on schedule for the
holidays with genuine puffing
noise, whistle, smoke and flashing
light! Batteries not included.
SHOPJM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 10 TO 9:30 SUNDAY 12:00 TO 5:30


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Friday, December
10. to
Jackie Mason Headlines In
'Israelis Are Coming' Show
Jackjf Mason, internationally
. b>li .i-;,ir and Nightclub
n\o iv. vvjlj h ad the Jewish
I*ra< i- \ Coming," in the Miami
i ,\u lita Saturdaj ev-
j ; b ii has been an-
ed.
The A' ilons,' Intemationallj
:> stars, will feature
con now routine, and a
n Ii din I from Is-
. .... n the east.
ted h Ne V >-k.
follov ed the
,i becoming a
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the I vith .ii- c >mic obs r-
: nts and so-
He i- now i irn-
tioi id ires and
. TV ies of his own.
This i- th ,;i i tion of The
ii [is A Co .linn." featuring
iy ai.d TV stars, and
A Happy Chanukah To All
CAPITAL ROOFING CO.
& Sarfman Bros.
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
7553 Cutlass Avenue
North Bay Village 865-3205
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
MARINE
SUPPLY
Home of 1971 Johnson Motors
129S2 S.W. 87th Avenue
Phone 233-1413
A Hcppy Chanukah To All
FOX'S
SHERRON INN
6030 South Dixie Highway
South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-9201
A Happy Chanukah To All
BARNABY'S
RESTAURANT
1500 West 49th Street
Hialeah
Phone 823-2330
A Happy Chanukah To All
ANTHONY'S
PIZZERIA
9770 S.W. 8th Street
MIAMI
Phone 223-9225
A Happy Chanukah To All
BUCK
CAESAR'S
FORGE
6701 S.W. 152nd Street
MIAMI
Phone 233-5541
FV rshko. All pro eeds of this eveni
will go to tho JXK. Tickets rangi
from$2.S0 to ;>!(> and may Iv
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area, will be the recipients of the State c! Israel Shalci
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Page 7-E
liami Beach Groups Of Hadassah
Ichedule Chanukah Celebrations
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
h groups have schcdulr-d Chan-
Itah celebrations anci the usual
i grams lor their meetings next
Jnk. The list Includes':
Israeli Oroup's luncheon moet-
.. Mi*'j noon at the Mten
lotel. announced by Mrs. Henri-
H,i IJolotin, president A film
'he Dream and the Deed" will
shown.
Kirte Toners Tiroup will meet
londay at 1 p.m. in the 1200 West
be. Bldfj. Mrs. Jules Lesscm. pros-
lent. will present a candlelighting
iromony. A musical show bj
lalh-lle Heller, Jnn II Senberg and
|j Pnd-'en with B-ity DeWitt
pianist will highlight the pro-
p-.-i hi.
i.iiii'iiln Group win meet Mon
i\ at 12:30 p.m. In the Urn o i
Room at LOO Lincoln IM
rs Anna Levy, presl lent, an-
luices. A reco ding about th
issian underground, narral d by
tv idoro I'.ikel. is on the ncenda
Henrietta s/.old Group will meet
i ij noon at the Algiers Hotel.
- Hannah Frie'man. president
conduct a Chanukah candle-
ling ceremony, and the film.
Tlii' Dream and the Deed" will be
hi I VII.
Kailimah Group's eye-bank party
scheduled for Monday noon at
r Bal Harbor House, according
Mrs, Michael Bloom, chairman.
It- Louis Neleber will preside.
IEuiiiu Lazarus Group will meet
f I ij noon in the Holiday Inn
fill St. an: Collins A\e. Mis.
pniietta Fine, president, will
net a candielighting ceremony.
|K<'iianah Group will meet Mon-
at 10:30 a.m. in the home ol
Leslie Prince, 75B5 Busca-
Ave., Treasure Island. Dr
i I Habcr will be the gueel
'. r, ac ordlng to Mrs. Jack
unis, pi esident.
|siialoma Group will meet Tucs-
on at the Algiers Hotel.
i Stone win preside and
be a candielighting cen
'vducU'' by Mrs. Irwinj)
i i, Mrs, Milton airkifl will
-peaker.
11.-1in-r Group's founder's daj
set !" Tuesday noon
at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Louis
Landy, president, announces. Tlu
guest speaker will be Mrs. I-Jman-
Uel Mentz. Mrs, Rae Kcinstrin.
chairman, will introduce the en-
tertainer. Larry Stang,
I. R. UootUnan Group will meet
Wednesday at ,X p.m. in the Finan-
cial Savings and Loan Building, ;
795 Washington Avc. Miss Lillian [
Goodman is president.
Manna SWMck Group will cele-
brate Founders Day. Thursday,
Dec. 16. at noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Patricia Gayle. songstress
and accordlanist, will entertain.
Mrs. Grace Kunis is president.
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Flea Market Sale Se!
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MRS. JEFFREY TANEN
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Will Receive Award
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daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Iron.
Pcrlman, 51: SW 39th Ct., has
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award sponsored by the Alumni
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Florida.
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Conner, president of the Alumni!
Association, during the univer-
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Saturday morning.
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honored by Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Kappa Phi, has received i lull
scholarship for the University of
Miami graduate school.
Menachem Cohen, (third from right) El Al Israel Air-
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Hanoch Givton. director-general of the Israel Minis-
try ol Tourism, and Amiom Zur, Ministry of Tour-
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of hie outstanding contribution in the development
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* Jew 1st flcridian
Friday, December I
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Modansky open the door of the
Kneseth Israel Congregation board of directors room they
endowed. At right are Jack Horwitz, chairman of the board,
and Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Kneseth
Israel. Mr. Modansky, vice president and chairman of the
board of education of Kneseth Israel, is the author of a book
to be released next spring.
Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Events
Mrs. Morris Herman, president
of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
announces that the Eleanor Roose-
velt Group will meet Monday at
12:30 p.m. in the Marlen Auditor-
ium.
The program will feature a
Chanukah candlelighting ceremony
honoring life members. A musi-
cale will follow with arias by Ed
M. Lazarus accompanied by Harry
Tush at the piano.
Kndimah Group of Skylake
Gardens will have Leon Yudoff,
noted authority on Jewish history.
as guest speaker at the meeting.
Monday. Several of the members
of the group who have recently
visited Israel will relate their
experiences.
Mt. Scopus Group is planning a
meeting at Beth Kork'sh Synn-
cosue at 11:30 a.m., Monday
Friends are invited.
Aviva Group will hold its lunch-
eon meeting at the home of Mi's.
Sidney Silverman, 11730 S\V "2nd
Ave.. Monday, at 10 a.m. Roxcy
Bolton, Miami's outstanding
s;x>kesman for Women's Libera-
tion, will be the guest speaker.
Mrs. Sarah Sills, chairman, an
no'inces that the Eleanor Roose-
velt Group has completed arrange-
ments for its fifth annual cruise
aboard the new "Nor.Jic Prince"
sailing Jan. 15. All members of
Goodwill Auxiliary
Officers Installed
The new officers of the Auxil-
iary to Goodwill Industries of
South Florida were installed this
wivk at a luncheon in the Miami
Women's Club, 1737 N. Bayshore
Dr., with Mrs. Floss Evans serv-
ing as the installing officer.
After Mrs. James B. McMartin
took the oath of office as president
and Mrs. Margaret (Peggyi
Schulte as secretary, a musical
program was offered by Mrs. Alga
Pavlova and Mrs. Jane Butler.
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funds raised will be given to the
Hadassah Medical Organization in
Israel. For reservations, call Mrs.
Sills.
Rhode Island Club
Installs New Slate
The Rhode Island Club of
Greater Miami will have its an-
nual installation and party, Sun-
day at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave., with Nat Cohen
as installing officer.
Taking the oat'n of office will
be Abe Fingerman, president;
Louis Fishman, Joseph Rotenberg
and Leonard White, vice presi-
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chairman; Mrs. Nat Cohen, record-
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rJewisti fhradiam
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SUSAN CLICK
isnn Glick And
iilliam Kaplan
Marry Dec. 19
Ir. and Mrs. Monroe S. Glick
proton, Mass.. have announced
< imacrmcnt of their daughter
an to William A. Kaplan, son
Irs. Robert J. Bcrman of
li Beach.
tic bride-elect who graduated
Newton High School, received
degree in education from the
versity of Miami in January.
I] She Ls presently teaching in
I Fannie Turner Community Ac-
Agency Division of the Head-
rl Program in Florida City.
The future bridegroom grad-
|, from Miami Beach High
rned a degree in account-
at the University of Miami,
he was a member of TEKE
tcrnity.
Following their wedding Sunday.
19 in the bride-elect's home
tn, the couple will make their
hie in South Florida.
Arline A. Kent
Weds PR Man
Larry Stewart
Rabbi Joseph Narot conducted
the Sunday, Nov. 27, ceremonies
uniting Arline Aronovit/. K"nt and
Larry Stewart in marriage. The
rites took place in the rabbi's
study at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
Witnesses to the ceremony in-
cluded the bride's son, Neil, a stu-
dent at William and Mary's Col-
lege; her mother, Millie (Mrs.
Sam I Aronovitz and the groom's
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Allan M. LeWinter.
Mr. Stewart, a Coral Gables
public relations executive who has
made an intensive study of the
"Secrets of Success" and taped
hundreds of case histories of suc-
cessful persons for his "It Hap-
pened in America." and his bride,
niece of the late Miami Mayor
Abe Aronovit/, will be passengers
aboard the new MV Southward
when she sails on her maiden
cruise in the Caribbean Jan. 2.
Janice Sampson
And David Kout
Married Sunday
Janice Dale Sampson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Samp-
son, North Miami, and David L
Kout, son of Mr. ani Mrs. Hylar
Kout of Miami Beach, were mar-
ried Sunday. Dec. 5. in Temole
Israel. Dr. Joseph R. Narot offici-
ated. A reception in the temple
followed.
The bride graduated from North
Miami High School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College. The
bridegroom graduated from Miami
Reach High School and Florida
State University.
After a honeymoon in New Or-
leans, the newlyweds will live in
North Miami Beach.
MARCH JILL GtLB
March Jill Gclb And
Larry Btiumwald to Wed
The engagement of Marcie Jill
Gclb. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Gelt. 9231 SW 20th St., and
Larry Baiimwald, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Baumwald. 2541 SW 22nd
Ter., has beei, announced* by her
parents.
Marcie. a graduate of Miami
Coral Park Senior High School
and Charron Williams Paramedi-
cal College, is a medical assistant.
Her fiance, a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High School, is now
attending Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege.
A temple wedding is planned on
Aug. 6. 1972.
Miramar Chapter Activities
The Miramar Chapter of Pio-
neer Women's board meeting was
so be held in the Miramar home
of Mrs. Sophie Golub Thursday at
10:30 a.m. The members will at-
tend the new membership lunch-
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Friday. December
Serendipity
by Sally Spaet
Frierlds air saying "welcome home" to Bertha aWleonar.! A boss'
vho just returned from a wonderful vacation "down under" where
they visited Australia. Now Zealand and the South Seas Islands.
After a 23-hour I'liRhl home, they arrived, exhausted hut exhilarated
from all they had seen and experienced.
A <*
Miss Carol Liederman, daughter of Mrs. Rose Liederman and the
late Albert Liederman, and Kenneth F. Kupper, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Golden Isles Com alescent
Center Bought By Kildar
MR. AND MBS. LEONARD ABKS-
Leo H Kupper, surprised everyone with the news that they will be
marrii March 19.
Miss Liederman is a teacher at North Beach Elementary School,
and Mr. Kupper is president of Rcvellc International.
t> This season's "Niarht In Italy" Wall was the best ever and the
guests just \-.i\ A over the beautiful decor; the Italian garden setting
the bouquets and the paste] lighted bird cages. And the music was
Just what ><>u hope for at an opera ball Morfv fgtag andkhis
orchestra, beautiful dance music issfcai, ^aomrgbssical .and
popular tunes to dance and hum I i JS j ? >i
The chairman, Mrs. Emil .Morton, was hospitalized Did couUn'1
enjoy the exti .rdinary iesr.lt- of all her ettorXffifye cochaAhHen,
Mrs Leonard Jacchson 'her husband, Dr. Jacobson, Is the cba.in.im
o the Mi;,mi Beach Committee of the Opera GuMd); Mrs. Morris
' us, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. Harry Pearlman.jgBiss
I yn Mitchell. Mrs. Julius M. Rosenberg and MfcRabert^wart-
burg di serve plaudits ror the suflei ss of the ball. & mi ~t? Vl
Ajnong tl loying the evening were "Mc^Opara,V Dr. and
Mrs Arl n i di Fillippi, Mrs. Celia Landia and Jqrtffui (Davidson, Mr. '
and Mrs. Murry Koretzky, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mtehcon, Judge and '
Mrs. Murraj Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shere7>wSt>(p*|Mrs. John j
Porte, Mr and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Ma* Boderman, Mr. and Mrs. Syd Maas and Mr. and Mrs. Victor |
Brown.
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Mr. and Mr.- Charles Fruchtman of the Imperial House Apartments I
have a huuseguest, Mrs. Harry Stark, a cousin from Toledo.
Rahhi Marius Ranson will be honored with a reception Sunday, on
the occasion of his 80th birthday, hosted by ins daughter and son-in- i
law, Joan and John Pabor of Buffalo. N.Y. Rabbi and Mrs. Ranson
have three grandchildren, Carol, IK; Ronnie. 1 and Anne nine years old. j
Rabbi and Mrs. Hanson will grei t many long-time friends as well |
as their new ones they've made since they moved to Bal Harbour. The
theme of the party will be "Down Memory Lane."
Millie and Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance have just returned Horn
Dallas, rex., wh. re th< j atten I d th Federal Aviation Agency meeting;
1)1 honor I Sunday at a reception given by the'
\. terans ol Forei ;n Wars tor his service as Post Surgeon for 25 years
tl tt
Robin Berkowitz ., student at Stern College for Women in New
York and ted vocalist, sent pxcitlnj news to her parents, Mi
and "'' M'" ni Beach. She was selected to
81 ""' ">""' I ol Veshiva University, where io philanthropists
*"ho ha\ si million or more to the u I ty will be horn
It's the bi i hanukah event in the histoi-j of the nations lat
b it Jewish institution of h rnl i For Robin to I
been selected was a gi at tribute to her talent. She is comtempla
a professional musical cat eer.
f?
Don. forge I to attend the arl au lion Bponsored by the Sister-
hood of Temple Israel of Miramar this Sunday at 8:30 p.m. A cocktail
party at 7:30 p.m. will precede the auction for viewing the original
oils, lithographs, water colors, etchings and drawings bj well-known
its. The art exhibits are being presented i>> the Horace Mann Art
Center of New Jersey. Admission is free.
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Marshall ai Eve Fisher and their daughter, Jill, have just re-
turned from their Autumn "get away from it all" vacation in French-!
man's Cove, Jamaica. The Fishers were warmly received by their j
friends. Mr. and Mis. Robert Webster of Port Antonio and Kingston. ;
* ;. 6
Vestfl Redmon of Coral Gables has her son, Norman, visiting her
for the holiday?. Mr. Redmon Ls connected with the Lincoln Art
Center in New York and also repreatntl artists. Mrs. Redmon is a
transplanted Californian, a musician and a teacher in Hialeah High
School now.
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn takes
1 office this week as executive
' vice president of the 500.0C0-
member B'nai B'rith, one of the
most influential posts in Jewish
1 communal life. A B'nai B'rith
staff official for 31 years the
past 12 as national director of
the organization's Hillel Foun-
dations program on college
campuses Rabbi Kahn, 58,
will head a staff of 500 spe-
cialists enaaged in youth work,
public affairs programming,
adult education and civic and |
interqroup activities.
'The Chanukah Story
Sara Heftfand's Topic
'The Chanukah Story Its j
Customs and Heroes'' will be the I
topic of guest speaker, Sara Hel-
land when the Women's League
for Israel, Florida Chapter, meets
Thursday, Dec. 16, at 12:30 p.m.
in the auditorium of Forte Towers.
Members are request) to bring
ir the Chanukah party,
and there will be a sale of pack-
ages. Refreshments will be served*
Go'den isies Convalescent Center
of HallanJalc has been acquired by
Kildare Properties of Montreal,
for more than 15 years operators
of leading nursing homes and sen-
ior citizens residences in Canada.
according to an announcement
made by Charles Pollack. Kildare
president.
Leonard Cordes, C.A., F.A.C.-
XII.A., who has been name' chief
administrator of Golden Isles C'on-
vali seen! Center, is an associate ol
Kildare properties and a recog-
nized expert in geriatric care
Betty Jane Esstman, UN., is di-
rector of nursing services. Thej
head a staff of 103 persons, care-
fully screened and selected on the
basic of the experience and inter-
est in the center's goal of compas-
sion, understanding and attention
for each patient and resident.
Golden Isles is approved for
Medicare, and provides a full
range of nursing and therapeutic
.services, with special emphasis on
or '" 'he jJ
senior citizens.
rerved bedsidi
dining room.
Located at -j
M,y '""'""' for iwth ]
andDadcc......ties and i.2
to outstanding shopping")
an rccreatioi :..;il,^ *
Mr. Cordes say,
from all ovct ,i. Unj""
readj close ...
are welcomed
of-town fa
and Inspection
The spirit of
about pcopli ha
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cent Centi
With tin
agemenl and ......fa
which the Ki
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tit II \KI> IJKRMAN
j,iil. the son of Mr. and
nii.'it Hoi-man will b&oftte
li/wih at the Israelite Cen-
Imple Saturday morning,
ui,l attends the temple's
school and in in the
Igi-aile at Shenandoah
Hi.::, School, where he is
I of the school paper.
bni v. ill le honored at a
| ter services and at a
fin tiit- evening. Among the
town guests will be his
Mr. and Mrs. Man-
ami his aunt. Mrs.
; i i iwita, from Philadel-
Is Great-aunt, Mrs.
K ii. from Alar;, land.
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nil Xathan, the son of Mr.
Jack Zuckerman, 9172
A\ .. Miami Beach, will I
Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
. at Agudath Israel Heb-
Ititjte.
til i~ an eighth grade stu-
the Hebrew Academy "t
Miami, and received his
/van training from the re-1
i il at Agudath Israel
institute.
hi in h o n o r of the '
|:.i uill lx' hosted by his!
In the synagogue immedi-
ollnwing the services,
lives attending will include I
I : nan and Alexander
Irtlia VV'eiler, his grandpar-
>li imi.
.- & is
M VltK (A PI. AN
iBar Mitzvah of Mark, son
and Mrs. Albert Capian,
t 208th Terr., will take
' Temple Adath Yeshurun.
sy, Dec. 11.
( is a student at John F.
k.y Junior High School,
I lie Is in the eighth grade,
[.nil .Mrs. Capian are honor-
Mr son with a Kiddush at.
ome following the services. I'or
wll also host a reception at;
tauville Hotel on Saturday I
Mrs, Bessie Floam of Mi- !
iark'j grandmother, will be
ired guest.
ft ft
SABA BHQlflSNAZl
the daughter of Mr. and
>' icobo Ksquenazi. will be-
Bat Mitzvah Friday even*
r. 10, at Temple Menorah.
an eighth grade student
(utilus Junior High School,
S>idont of Temple Menorah
UJS.Y.
will be honored at a lunch-
Temple Menorah's Social
unday, Dec. 12.
ft ft
BRl ( K HKYMAXN
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
1- Heymann, will become a
Sat unlay morning.
and
sw
Bar
at
Dec. 11. at Temple Menorah.
Bruce, an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School,
is a coin collector and sports en-
thusiast.
Following the services, a recep-
tion honoring Bruce will be held
t in the Crimson Room of Temple
Menorah.
ft ft
MICHAEL GOODMAN
Michael Steven, son of Mr.
Mrs. Fred Goodman, 11445
57th St., will observe his
Mitzvah Sat unlay, Dec. 11.
Temple Or Olom.
Michael attends Glades Junior
High School, where he is in the
eighth giade.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodman will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday evening services, the Kid-
dish on Saturday morning, and a
lunch on in Michael's honor follow-
ing the Bar Mitzvah service ill
Temple Or Olom's Waldman Hall.
Special guests who will be at-
Lcnding Michael's Bar Mitzvah
"ill include his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Winer and Abra-
ham Goodman.
ft
HAROLD IIOODWIN
Harold Jerome, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert J. Hoodwin of
Coral Gables, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 11, at
Heth David Congregation.
Harold has attended Religious
School for seven years and is an
j eighth grade student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoodwin will be :
hosts at a Kiddush following the
services and a reception and din-
ner honoring their son Saturday
night, in Heth David's Spector
' Hall.
' I
Harold's paternal grandmother,
Mrs. Klsa Hoodwin of Sawyer, j
Mich., will he an honored guest
the celebration.
ft ft-, ft'.
UOHKKT >H'NCIIICK
Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Munchick, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah, Saturday, Dec.
H, at Temple Beth Shalom.
R.licrt, a student of the Beth
Shi,loin confirmation class of 5734.
is in the seventh gra.'e at Naulilus
Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs .Munchick will host
the Kiddush at the temple after
services and a luncheon reception
in Robert's honor at the Harbor
House South. He will also have a
dance party at home Saturday
night.
Bruce Heymann
Sara Esquenaii
Harold Hoodwin
Mr, and Mrs.
York citv.
S. Rawitz of New
WILLIAM A. STKIXI.AI F
Wll lam Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Haul Steinlauf, will be called
to the Torah a a Bar Mitzvah.
Sen. Muskie's Wife
Stumping Florida
Mrs. i: Imund Muskie, wife ol
the l), mocrati St nator from
Maine, is in Greater Miami to
support her husband's unofficial
bid for the presidency. She was to
be guest of honor at a Thurs 'ay
afternoon reception sponsored b\
the Florida Senior Citizens League
of Women Voters in the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave.
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Rob- i
crt Goodman was to present her
tvith a kcj to the city. Mrs. Muskie
was to speak on her recent trip to
Israel with the senator. She then
was to be guest at a Coral
Gables tea.
This morning. Jane Muskie was
to be a guest on the Ch. 10 pro-
main. "AM Miami," with Sally
Jesse at 8 a.m. Sylvan Holt/man.
Dude County coordinator for the
Citizens for Muskie said, "Mrs
Muskie has been a valuable asset
to the senator in all of his cam-
paigns."
Saturday. Dec. 11. at Temple B th
Sholom.
William, a student of the Heth
Sholom confirmation class oi 5733
is an eighth gade student at Naut-
ilus Junior High School
Mr. and Mrs. Steinlauf will host
the Kiddush aft" r s rvlces and
hono th.ii son with a reception
Saturday evening in ,ne Piayboj
Hob I. g:i -sts will i i
W la n's maternal grandparents,
M an l Mrs. Maurice Spitalnj of
Miami I'.- ach, hi- aunl Mrs. Samcr
R inson of Pittsburgh and Dr
and Mrs. Steven Woll'son of Ilart-
' Conn
James Albert Voted
Key UAHC Position
Jami t M. Alb 'rt of Miami Beach
!'a been 11< cted as a nati mal vice
'hairman of the Union o! Ann
Hebrew Congregations, IUAHC)
the up-, scntative body of 709
m synagogues with i million
members in the United State, and
fa- a la.
M Albeit win parti: irate with
leaders of the religious bo y and
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
UAHC presi lent in a broad action
program designed to make syna-
: guc life of the young and adult
Ri form Jew more meaningful.
Tin r -\\ offic i has s >rved
Reform Judaism In the community
ard on a national I v l. Since I9<;;s
'a- has been n member of the
UAHC's boar' of trustees and ac-
t'velj wick, cl on the Israel Com-
nitt and another dealing with
s of Syna \ Iminis-
trati in.
Mr Albert is pasl president of
!' in Sholom, whose rabbi
s D I.eon Kroni-h.
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Guests will be his maternal
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and his paternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Munchick
of Miami Reach. Also uncles and
aunts, Dr. and Mrs. Arnold E.
Weyman of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Belle Davis of Dover. N.J., and
Opening Luncheon
Dedicated To The
Spirit Of Chanukah
The Hadassah Center forWinter
Residents' opening luncheon Tues-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the Algiers
Hotel, will be dedicate' to the
soirit of Chanukah. Mrs. Alfred
Tovin, national chairman of the
Hadassah Center, will preside.
Mrs. Jay Dermer will give the
invocation, light the Chanukah
candles and lead in the singing
of traditional songs. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Morion Silberman. a
past president of the Florida Re-
gion-, and a member, of the National
Board of Hadassah. Mrs. Samuel
Gladstone, past president of the
Western.Pennsylvania Region, will
present current events.
Luncheon tickets, which must
be purchased in advance, are avail-
able at the Center's office in the
Moulin Rouge Motet 281 Arthur
Godfrey Rd.
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HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, manager
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PARADISE POOLS AND PATIO SUPPLIES
4630 S.W. 75th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 221-2195
A Happy Chanukah To All .
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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2322 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
Phone 642-9043
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
1201 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami
Phone 854-4717
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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1290 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami
Phone 891-1231
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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920 71st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9103
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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7370 Bird Road, Miami
Phone 221-9990 223-3698
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700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 532-9569
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BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
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JOHNNY RAFFA'S LOBO LOUNGE
1331 Biscay ne Blvd., Miami
Phone 379-6290
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Phone 866-0266
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700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone 443-4646
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5958 South Dixie Highway, Miami
Phone 667-2125
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4800 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables
Phone 666-2877
Barnett Breeskin Producer
Of Annual Chanukah Festival
Barnett Breeskin, conductor of
the Miami Beach Symphony Or-
eHMtra.'will sw n iw' |W\lUcer o*
the a n n u a 1 community-wide
Chanukah Festival to be held un-
der the auspices of the Israel
Bond Organization, Sunday even-
ing, Dec. 19, in the Miami Beach
Convention Hall.
In addition to producing the
Chanukah Festival, Mr. Breeskin.
who has served as producer of the
annual Chanukah Festival since
the inception of the series six
years ago, will conduct the Festi-
val Orchestra.
Headlining the program will bo
the noted star of opera and con-
cer stage, Jan Peerce. who will
present a special holiday festive
program, as well as |x>pular se-
lections from the concert stage.
The Cantors Association of
Greater Miami, consisting of 25
Greater Miami cantors, will make
its first public appearance at the
Chanukah Festival. Other high-
lights will include the celebrated
American Jewish humorist, Joey
Russell.
Complimentary tickets for the
Chanukah Festival are made
evaatable to 1971 Israel Bond^jor*
chasers. Information regarding
tickets can be obtained at the Is-
rael Bond office. 420 Lincoln Road
Mall.
Mrs. Irving Perlmon To
Be Installed By El Carim
Mrs. Irving Perlman of 511 SW
.19th Ct. will be installed as the
president of El Carim, the wo-
men's auxiliary of Miracle Lodge
F and AM No. 32. Sunday at noon
in the Studio Restaurant.
Other officers include Mrs. Ir-
win Pachter. vice president; Mrs.
George Nathanson. recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Sam Diemar. corres-
ponding secretary, and Mrs. Jonas
Merein. treasurer.
Samuel Reiser Speaking
Samuel Reiser, former president
of Bnai Zion, will speak on the
topic: "A Great Jewish Book and
The New Frontier" at a meeting
of the Spinoza Forum. Thursday
at 10 a.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral Bank, 1234 Washington Ave.
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Phone 696-7901
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BARTON'S Bonbonniere
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Phone 538-0409
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2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phono: 226-5252
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Presented By Mrs. Dei
Tilt' Sisterhood o! Tram
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16. at 7:30 1
Jefferson Ave Mrs. HyaJ
Berger will preside.
Mrs. A. William Gerstmu
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duce Mrs. Jay Dermer. utio|
present a Chanukah promi
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A Happy Chanukah'
DREXEL SCHOd
3602 Collins Avenu*
Miami Beach, Flori-"
Phone 534-2527


December 10, 1971
*'Jmistl FkridHkin
Poge 13-3

| and Mrs. Stanley Tate, recipients of the
ite of Israel Shalom Award at the Temple
ae! Dinner of State, received congratula-
jis from Michael Litvak, (left) direcior of
Israel Bond Organization; His Excel-
tfoshe Kol, Minister of Tourism of the
ite cf Israel, end Dr. Joseph Narot, spirit-
ieader of the temple. Responding to an
address by Minister Kol and an appeal by
Dr. Narot, members of the-audience pur-
chased more than S500.000 in Israel Bonds.
Mai tin Fine, president of Temple Israel,
served as dinner chairman; Mr. and Mrs.
Ken Rosen were chairmen of the committee
of hosts.
feppy Chanukah To All
AIRLINER
MOTEL
Phone 871-2611
[4155 N.W. 24th Street
Max and Morris Fisher
iappy Chanukah To All
THE KRIEGER
FAMILY AND
APCO PRODUCTS, INC
F795 West 20th Avenue
Hialoah
Phono f?l:57P, ,
Happy OhoMufcah To All
"World Famous"
JUNGLE QUEEN
Bar-B-Que Dinner
Cruise 7 P.M.
luch As You Wish To Eat
aria Mar, Ft. Lauderdale
Brida Phone 947-6597
feppy Chanukah To All
SIMBA
DINING ROOM
'he New Everglades Hotel)
1 North Biscayn Boulevard
Miami, Florida
Phone 379-5461
taPPy Chanukah To All
WILLIAM B. LOVETT
10VETT INSURANCE
AGENCY
8320 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 759-8761
y Chanukah To All
DEVLIN ROOFING
11 Types Residential and
'"dustria! Roofs
nd Mrs. Joseph Devlin
pS.W.3lAve.-443-1922
BERNARD LITMAN1 Kill
DuPont Plaza Center, 250 Biscayne Blvd. Way
MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 7-2761
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL
Uf. I^mrm.c, C-^mr. SningfkU, MumcUhIH / Kflitti ItSl kJBPj
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TRI CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY
. .2,900 N,W, 7fb Street, Miami
WISJ.J r.r: .: Wtoho42-72 ->. -.<
A'Happy Chanukah To All .
VINCE SARNI'S SHALIMAR
STEAK HOUSE AND MOTH.
6200 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 758-6906
,
A Happy Chanukah To All ...
JOE AVICK & SONS
217 North West 36th Street
Phone 757-6542
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosenberg
and Family
'..
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM -
LIMEHOU5E RESTAURANT *
Cantenes* Dishes Pit Barbara* Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
A Happy Chanukah To AH .
American Sightseeing Tours
1000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
PHONE: 445-0098
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
Greets the Entire Jewish Community
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
A Happy Chanukah To Aii .
KOLBER BROS., INC.
2100 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-2521
A Happy Chanukah To All .
DAILY BREAD INC.
Our "Pita Bread" is now Kosher Approved (Pareve)
123 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 643-1303
2486 S.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 856-0363
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TONY ANTHONY BEAUTY SALON
6981 Coral Way 261-8081
A-^Happy Chanukah To All .
N0RTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC
5340 N.W. 163rd Street
Phone 625-8282
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
3890 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 634-8001
Next to Miami Jai Alai
TURF BAR and RESTAURANT
22 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Phtone 672-3182
FLORIDA FACTORY
SHOE OUTLET
9458 Harding Avenue, Surfside, Florida
Phone 866-0411
Happy Chanukah Greetings fo All
THE EMBERS and
245 22nd ST., M.B.
JE 8-4345
EMBERS TAVERN ,
144th & BISCAYNE, Miami
Ph. 949-242.2
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SAIFMAN BROS. AIR CONDITIONING
AND CAPITAL ROOFING
7553 Cutlass Ave., N. Bay Village, Miami Beach
Phone 865-3205

GARY-LILY OF FLORIDA
2901 N.W. 34th Street 635-5341
LILLY PULITZER
Best Wishes To All For A Happy and Festive Chanukah Holiday
A Happy Chanukah To All .
roffler barbers
"for people who care"
2824 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
5105 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY WEST PALM, FLORIDA


r-age 14-B
-Jewish HmridUan
Friday. December^
Jewish Activities Play Key Role At Camp Pembroke
Camp Pembroke, set on 80 pic- i
tUresqua aivas in the fabled Ca e
Cod area of Ma nn Aiuaetts, has bi -
come a favorite ol Florida camp-
si The 3 >-;>' ai>old camp offers
arf eight-weak program featuring]
complete recreational facilities
blriuieil uitli a rich Judaic-Israel
orient) d | ffl^l :t:v..
Sponsored l> the Eli and Bess i
Coh"ii Poundati n of Massachu-
setts Camp Pembroke is a non-
profit facility. Limit reserva-
tions for Lhis summer's program
remain as plans for the annual re-
union here a ipped.
During the February school va-;
Lodge Announces
Officers For 1972
Herzl Lodge ol B'neJ B'rith has
announced its now officers for the
coming year. They are Boh Hoff-
-v.an. president; Joseph D"ilstein.
Sol ('not .or. I>rnii> Pollen. lake
Mogilowitz, Ji. FriPQjran, Bill
Brodcr, and Max Toplltz, vice
presidents; George E. Goroon,
chaplain.; Jack Httrwitz. financial
secretary; Arinur Rubin, assistant
financial secretary; Ben Miller.
recording and corresponding sec-
rotary; Al Diamond, Mike Char-
matz, wardens.
The Board Ol Directors includes
AIk' Badar, Leo Beer, Mike Ein-
horn. Bon Koldman. Harry Fisch-
off, Herman liolman. Sid Holtz-
man. Otto Uyman, Harry Ladin
Arthur Lezar, Martin Mandil.
Max Merbaum. Morris Polak .if
Jack So'ot, Oscar Wachtol. Israel
Z. Taines. A-thur Rubin, Sam
Goldner, Joe Henry and Stephen
Marlowe.
Trustees are Alfred Allan. Louis
Cuttner, Max Lieberman, Dr. Ber-
nard Saal1, and Max Wagenlierc.
ration this yi a ', the camp will
sponsor a trip to lacael 6r its
campers, cjunaatori and parents
In two previous tours, campers
not only met Israeli children of
heir age, but even managed to
speak with them in the elemen-
tan Hebrew learned at Pembroke.
The impact of tho camp during1
he 33 years which have spanned
the mos< tragic and moat su : ss-
:';il \< a: in .1 *1 h history can h.
-. -i y the largest numb r of
childn n attending Camp P m-
whosc pan nts ivt re them-
- ',,- i np ] s in tin sam si tting.
The pro :.. m of mstructi ti in
wimmiiT, sa'ling, water sk:ing
takes full advantage of the re-
fresh! ig .'' '- Fie''a and courts
tro- ide loom for p'av a" Ing in team nwd individual sports
\n- and craft dramatics, all of
he features of the 'a-.: -' and
'inest camps arc provided But the
ii'-s at Camn Pembro'*" is th
-reative Judai program. It Is '.-
-i.-n-d to hi ip campe-s explore
i.itloi-stanil and aoprecia*e the
e-- i h enmn nent of their lives.
Israeli singing and dancing, and
Hebrew conversation are taught
by Israeli instructors, creative Sab-
bath servicei conducted by the
children, dramatic presentations.
discussions, and special programs
all contribute to the inviting at-
nos here *>i ("amp Pembroki
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 71-238W
NOTICE OF PUR' ICATION
in ItK: The Marriage "t
K'tAXK PARSONS
Huahand,
ami
JANKT \NN PARWN"S
W 1.
\< if. .i vnet ANN PA ItSI INS
l\*||OHe nl. la 111 I i-llal. !'.-. Kt
Paul, Mill lewita. arc notified
.....v nl i our answer i" "oi
f.n- Dlwnlution "f Marrlaee filed
.a.'., mi- i yon hv I'ii; loner 11 u
attorney. Al YIN K BXTIN. '
rtlni avnc I'..mi. \-.-ii-.i. Miami, Florida
iinii fit.- the nrifrinal with the Clerli
( thin Court on nrbft..... the 12th a.v
of January, 1972: otherwiae a tit--
fault ;|i l" entered affnlnat vnu
DATKD Uiis !nd day ,i December.
1971
K II I.KTHERMAN,
Ry: "' P COPEI.AND
ii 'Ircult Court Seal i
Ig iH-17. 1 '
bituanes
Rogoff Dies At 88
NEW YORK iWNSl Havrv
IHilloli Rowff. who spool 54
years with the Jewish Daily For-
ward as reporter, columnist and
editor, ted hero at the ace or 88
last weak. Ho-n in Berozino, Rus-
s;a. Mr. Rocoff joined the For
ward" in 190f>.
ROSEN. Harry, in. of n.m It I .-vin
SPANN. Jinx J.. T7 ..I Mil Hivef-
nlde.
I WELCH. Sol. MS. of N..M.I! I. Imiitiii.iiI Mi. Xebo.
ALTER, Eihel. 7a, U3ts:. Allison ltd .
M.II llla'h.TK.
FRIEDMAN. Samuel. 83, ISO] N.E
170th SL Riverside.
nf NM.lt Itlv.r-
I GALST. JoYiaa
' side.
GRAUBARD. Anna. 7". 321 Sitli St.
Mil. IIUisl.. re.
Isaacson. Sarah m., n, ..< mi;
Rlveratde.
KASSNER. N..rnii. ;:. L8SS Cotllna
Avi'., m.iv Nawnuin.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Ever)r Dor Closed Vabboth
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miair.i's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Deoler
MOSHENBERG. K.si.ll,. sy. 7m. ;::r,t
Bt.. M.H. Levitt.
PASS. Ronnie, SS, 15S1 \ R n;7ili
I St.. N.M.H. i;.,rrt..ii.
SHAPIRO. Dinah. SS, SZI s.W 52nd
ft iiiiili.ii
SHAPIRO, Harry, 7\ US.'. Miirs. illr-
Dr., M.H. I.iviit.
SMITH, Julius. 77 4441 ColllnH .tvi ,
MM. RUwberx.
SMOLIKOFF. Kamuel, v:: 11711 s W
i77'h Tit. fiordnn.
ANDREWS. Ann ParTon of Ml: lti\-
eralde. hMermertt Mt. Neho
1 A2AR. Lena. 77. 758 Washinirlmi Avf.,
. M It Newman.
, BLOOM, Kadle I!, mi. nf North l'-a\
VIDaae lllvvralfle.
DAY. Xlnrj- I- 72. nf .Miami River-
rid*.
FELDMAN. JoHenh, 74, I7-." Wanh-
Ina-ton Ave .\l It Kiv.isiil...
fox. Max, 74. ..r Hal Harbour Itlver-
aide.
tymeral^Aapd
Mmt.r-
Nattonnl Funeral
T'lre* ters Appn
Flordla Funeral
piiertnrH A nan.
.'.r.D.i
866-2353""
730 S...-V nm strut
awaMMa M
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
x^jordon jTuneral *^JTc
ciite
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
NOT.Ct OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
1NO PrtOPERT V)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23223
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN i:k: iiu Adoption "f
.111 IK ANNK UAKBlt,
n minor
in DAVID I.. EINPB1 l)T and
BVKI YN K. EINFEIOJT. In.- Un.v
Petitioner!
Rl i\\l Ii I. IIAKEil
. .. is'Ni:\\ I'niii. Station
.I. Jack London Snuai-r
ii. i.inii. urn........ U4iil7
YOU AKK HEItEHA NOTIFIED
thai an action for Petition Por Adop-
tion ha.*- I.....i filed agatnai you and
\nu are required to nerve a "i*> ol
I your written defenaea, it any, to i.
on KWITNEY *- KHOOP, attorney a
fur Petitioner, win.v.' addrena Ii
| l i......,.i Itnail. .Miami Peach, Florida
nnd nli' tin iiriatlnal with the clera
! of the above atyled court on or hi -
lore januar> |2, I4t72: othetwlae a ile-
I fault will li entered aitainal you fr
the relief donutnde Thin notice ahall he puMlahed mice
each w-'k for four connective weefca
in THE JEW ISH l-l.i UtllHAN
WITNESS ni\ hnnd and thi aeal "i
-.i'ii court ai Miami. Florida on thl
Jrd dnj nf 11.....in..!-. 1971
i: i; i.i:.\Tiu:i:.\iax.
\- i 'lerk, "Ircuil i 'nw i
Dade Cou it} Florida
Hj I. SNEEDEN
An Deputy Clerk
ii 'Irvull i 'hum Seal >
' '' s R> In ':i K ii'
120 Uncoln Itoad
.mi i.. M ii. Kiorida
Attoriu-ya for Petltionera
12 in-17 :'4 :l
NOTICE OF ACTION
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHtCUIT
OF FLOKIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION 71-23516
PETITION FOH DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKRIAUE "K
Mli'MAi:' PARNASS,
Huaband
ami
sni'i:ltv PAHNAHB,
Wife
Tl i SHERRY PARNASS
i n Debbie Doualdaon
l:,i-2nd Street
Aaplnwall, i'a.
You, SIIKHilY PARNASS are. lure- i
li> ......fled that a Petition for Dlaaolu-
ii.il .if Marrlaife lias bean filed
ntrafiinl >i'U. and you are required to
Nerve a cupy of your Aiimwci or Plead- '
iliK I" 1h<- Hill nf I'liimdainl on the '
Plaintlfra attorney, i:.\i;i:i. ^ 11 Al.- ,
I'KltN. !" N.W. Huh Av.iiui. Miami,
l-'iiiriila and fil,- tin- oriElnal Attawor or
Pleadlnn In the nffloe nl the Clerk
nf the I'lnuii Court on or before
the 12tli day of Jan.. I! 72. If you
fail In iiu si. junirmenl by defaiili I
will be taki-n acainst you for the
relief demanded In ilm Hill' of Cum- I
plaint
Tide nntloe shall lie pul'li.-ln d r.nii- I
each week for four i-..ns<-.uilve wiekn
in TIIK JFW1SH FI'.l'.IDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, ,
r i-ida. this r.th day of Dee. A.I..
1&71.
r. it I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk,
I'iiriiii Court, Duide coutim. Florida
Ry: U. M KISSKi:
Denuty Clerk
(Clrcull Court Senll
ENGBI. A HA I I'KltN
it"" N" w I nth Ave., 17-0
Miami. Plnrida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
IS 10-17-24-81
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
fNO PROPERTY)
IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'OF FLORIDA. IN ANO'FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7--'-'f,\n
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
" OF MARRIAGE
IN R! l. -. -
\i i it.lOlMRlfi 'li' IN PATTBRSi IN
':
IlillV 'I'lu.vms PATTERSON
Musi. ik j.-\ .
To I i" SMVHerri .\ s PATTERSON
" 'sty""''"'''' '"'"|
IEPKRV NOTIFIED
ii il an ai iIon I iluiion of Mar.
Iiu been fill d aa*n; 'i-' you mid
vi.u are ri quired to ai -.v <>r
your v1 rltlen ., >\ ,. u
on SIDNEY 111: INSI >N, aid
I i i > .. ddri
jAlnaluj Hide., ; i \ I: : i > ..
r*...... Idn :; ..I file iiu-
urasiiiHl w i'li iiu clerk "f >hi
ouri !" hi before J
.....7 ; ..in,.i \, i.,- :, del lull w ill be
.' _' n ralnat > '.! for Ihe relii ill
manrhirl In Ihe eomnlalnl ..i- m
.....he inil.|i.i,,,i ........
each jn'eak for four conaecutlve n-eelcn
IB n i: 11:\> tsit i-'i.i imj ma \
WITNESS m< hand and "hi
......" Til, da) nf li... mhi r 1971
E. rr-1 EATHRRMA V,
\ Ah I'l.'i-k. ClrcUtf C.,nrl
I i .1. -"c.univ. F". !-l
By: v A I1BWKTT
An Deinitj Clerk
" Kit I '...... s'
RIDNBY KI'l'uN.si IN
12 Alnai. i Rida Miami i-'ia s
At lorni \ for petltl.....r
N^TITF. UNHFrt
t. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l< HI'i 1'i'V niVKN "
thi ii derail led, denlrin* lo entnuia
in bulnea under ill. ri.nn. ... ,,,
I.Y Hi II |i\!.\\ INTBRII IR8 a(
I12S 71-1 Street, M m I li In-
.....I name -\ ith Hi...
Cli r* nf ill. Clrrull 'iiui t of Dadii
i'..ii.', Florida
l;i INI I RNTFIPRfSRS, IV
\ Floi Ida Coi
12 10-17 i
-..-,1 nl
ii I Ma
LOVE IS GIVING
. _.. b
BIG
CHANUKAH
SALE
DISCOUNTS
up to ^n%n
all JV
JEWELRY
WfSrfU
HfBUfw
CONGRESS BLDG. # 207
1 11 N.E. 2nd AVE., MIAMI, FLA
PHONE: 374-2071
\OW OP EM
CRAZY T&WRANCI
32 AVE. I 191 ST..MIAMI
Boarding and Stalk
Available forHorseJ
HORSES AND PONIES
FOR SALE
ALSO
TRAIL RIDES EVERY AFT. 3 TO 5 P.M.
SAT. AND SUN. ALL DAY
PHONE 625-5617 ANY TIME
FOR TRAIL PARTIES
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23303
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN Till: INTEREST i'F:
.lnYi i: i'HAXKI. W'KKKRl R, and
KlAlltKM.V RATRICLA VYEKERU5,
iii..ii.i>
you, Ai.ivXANi>i:i: u i:i whoae realdence i.~ 4KA3 Bnowden At*-
iiui-. boa Anari lea, California, an no-
tified in m-i-\ a i'i'P.v nf ynur anmarer
in petition lor adeotion Ined In the
liiteroal !' .niur i-bildn-ii with thi-
PetlUoiiera attorney, ALVIN K. 1CX-
T1N. 78fl UiKcar.K lioulevard, -Mi-
ami Flurida and file the oriainal
with the Clerk of ihe Clrcull CouH
m ..r liifni. January 11'. 1 : 7'J. othef-
H im a default ill l" inniiii.
dated tins -ml da) of December,
l71.
E. it i.i':a'iiiek.\ian.
Clerk
lly. C P, COPEI AND
I! IO-li-24-Xl
IECAL NOTKf
IN THE COUNTY JUOCESCOij
IN ANO FOR DADE C0W"|
FLORIDAtN PROBATE
No 70-1J05 iCttrki
NOTICE TO CREDITOHS
In RE: Katun "I
\\ II IJAM K' II. KKIOHt
li.-.-...-...
T.. All Cr. diu.r- and All FMI
lag claim- r LK'inamU AH
Batate.
Toll .i" hereby antiflM ay
mitred m I.....' '">
\..ll OMJ l.;M
.'i wii.i i a .
...1 lit. if Pid.0
ill, r.iuin; J'
an.I fill ''
.,. prnvMea 'P ?
Stniatf" )n !-' .
I'.IIMl! I I
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V< 'TICK is HERERY HIVKN lhal
Ihe underslirii. .1. dealrlnu i" i naaffe
in l.u-in.-s- n der tlie flctllloun nain.-
f KIRAH i\sci:.\\ci: m;i:\'cv at
l'i \V. Klatl.r Stint. Suite HL't. Miami
mi. mis to reaiater .-.ml naun With
Ihe I lerk ..f Ihe Clrcull Court in Dad,-
'ounty, Plnrida.
ISAAC II \1IIK
i'.' Mi-t7-24-S1
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-,:V.4"'
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN ISE: TIIK MAItltl.MiK >K
-III >I'M I i Utn VINE HI'I H
,i,
.. i
PAT* I RTCH MM' lift 'is
l:i--|i.init.'nt
Tt I CM i. RICH MtD HI'I.TS
7" Pront Street
V-v l!i. ImV'ii.l i II
Vtl' ARE HBRKin SttTIKIEli
Ihnt an ni I on for I ilewliitli......' Mar-
i kuje ha# been f li il nan nai j nu i ad
you .'i"i 'i'iuii'1 i" Hervt h iiipy of
your wrlti.'.i defenaeff If any, to ii
on D \\ ID K sti INK, at tornej for
Petitioner, \vh"e nddreaw i- l1 N \V
':-ili Avenue, Miami. Plortda, and file
the ..r'_-'nal with Ihe clork of tin-
,ii...\. Rivlcd court mii or before Jan
14, 11*72: otherwise a default will he
.at. i..i naalntd you for the relief de-
manded in the ..m'daint or netltlon
This notice sliall be lillhHafied once
each Week fur four en.....utlvi week*
i THK JEWISH PI iiltll'i \\
\\ ITNESS nn hand and thi xeal nf
aid court ai Miami, nnrldB ot thi*
ml .la v ol 11.. .
K n t K \THTCRM A N.
V' I "Il I i I n I '.....I
111.1.- i bounty, Florida
Ry: it \i Kesri:
Ki Denuty Clerk
i '..in i Seal i
I invld B Stone
sTovn \- ni i.sT. n i\
mi v w U'li, Al run
Miami, '" Id < .1
Ai tornej for Pi I It inner
12 in-17
in:-.nl- which
tin- ,-tal. I
JtNIOHT .1..
, Florida, lo
Dad.- County,
duplicate and
7:;:: IS, Florida
ajcei In the
Dad. CoUllty, ll'iii"-.- "rf|!
calendar month, rmnt '"T*1
ftral publli nli hew'. "
ulll h. barred
Dated at Miami.
".,\::i:";V-.i-KR .
RARRETTW BUTHI
\. l"..- utern
Klrat I*
rariVbi
Altornej '
|n| Ills. ,i> III I U: -
ELEVENTH J^DIA.nDFC
DADE COUNT..
UK
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l
., HAMAIl AM' !
1-'"'|: ,; ', NMrtl 1 |
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(lie thi
.In ..:
fi;:"1,",:;' ,
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each "'';s I,-i,.t:ll"\.l
WITNKSS m>'
mod*
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M,.-


December 10, 1971
*Jeist>ncri(ffor7
Page 15-B
letters to the editor
qualified himself as an objective ing its spiritual Strength. While it
The Jewish I-'loriillan:
k,;i,i be more or less recog-
|h;it the mission of the
ni the Jewish State in
Hon h;is not a successful
Meir, in her endeavor
Jnt the Just case of Israel
Ifficials of the U.S. Admin*
. did no' receive the ex-
paction and consequently,
tested military and politi-
o desperately needed for
el \ of Israel was not
Promises for future felly seems that he is being railroaded
f and when it is plausible | into starting
lite reception', and cour-
*)OW WCDD rVtfNS
I N Acreage Offering
twelve Miles to Ocala
f- to 5 Acre Tracts
laved Roads
laKef'ont Sites
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teous
eries,
1 ) the officials in Washington, are
no substitutes for the deterrent
weapons Which Israel is dependent
on to resist the imminent attacks
promised by their deadly enemies.
It is most amazing how Secre-
tary Rogers can impose a policy
of enmity toward Israel against
the express will of the Senate
which presumably is supposed to
represent this nation's |H>silion.
The U.S. Senate recently voted
overwhelmingly Tor the requested
aid to Israel. Can it be possible
that all the Senators are unaware
Of the national interest of the
United States, or are irresponsible
in their judgments about the situ-
ation in the Middle East?
Surely they are briefed by the
State Department and the Arab
I lobbies, and in spite of these over-
powering pressures cast their vote
for immediate aid to Israel and
appropriated the funds for it. In
reality, by denying the immediate
delivery of the Phantom jet planes.
the State Department is inviting
ihe militant Arab rulers to reopen
their hostilities, with the same
clearly-expressed objectives as
proclaimed by Nasser in 1967: "to
destroy the Jewish state and to
push its inhabitants into the sea."
The present ruler of Egypt, Sa-
dat, a former Nazi agent and a
good student of Nasser, will at
the first opportunity proceed with
his blood-thirsty plans. Stimulated
by Secretary Rogers' statements
that Israel is the most isolated
slatein.tbe entire world, and that;
it is; doomed -to internal collapse]
cetftaHrl.v'I'hV.'-Arab rulers are en-
couraged to move against-Israel.
Coupled with' the Kicking of the
United 'Natrons." the sophistir:uc v ea| ons a.nd*sdld(er< of the Soviet
I ninii as well as .Slid it's boast re-
I'diftg his willingness lo-sacrifice
n' mi|lidns of, liis own people, i'
his
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Secretary Rogers has clarified
his sland and has practically arbitrator or negotiator. His be-
havior during his visit in Israel
and especially his biased state-
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to rely upon any settlement origi-
nated by him or by Ambassador
Jarring. Their constant pressure
on Israel to surrender territories
and thereby make herself vulner-
able, is proof of their aim to jeop-
ardize tho Jewish Stale's very ex-
istence.
The claim that Israel is sluing
enough to endure yet another war
may have some validity, consider-
is true that numerically the Is-
raeli Defense Forces are far sur-
passed by their bellicose enemies,
they have in their arsenal the
spirit of the Six Million Jews mur-
dered b..- the Nazis who were the
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lack of interest in their fate. The
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the Jewish people.
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Florida Friday, December 10. 1971
Section C
PROVIKS f ACUITY FOR OTHER INSTITUTIONS
andeis University Promotes
ncrease In Judaic Studies
aespread movement which
jng an increase in the study
J-.li history, literature and
phv i< drawing heavily on
of the Judais study pro-
it Brandeis University.
Jwight W. Young, acting
jn i.rthe Near Eastern and
Studies department at
said recently that the
put is an important new
eflecting Brandeis- leader-
| the field.
once only a handful of
lions offered courses in Jew-
jization, today an increas-
nber have made Jewish
a permanent part of their
Ha. This is due in large
to the influx of scholars
randeis.
th<- past year alone, 11
ls who earned doctorates
university's Lowa School
Eastorn and Judaic Stud
c.inir faculty members at
tion* acroas the country and
where courses In Judaic
were Instituted coincident
heir arrival.
trend we are seeing is
Bf a national mood," Dr.
said. "Many people are try-
better understand the past
er to better understand the
It. Consequently, there is a
[to learn more about our
sns."
i areas at Brandeis that have
enoed dramatic growth are
Jewish History and Mod-
Jebrew Literature, he said.
American Council on Edu-
has rated Brandeis among
most selective institutions
|her learning in the country.
27 represent the top 1.2%
nation's colleges and univer-
American Council on Edu-
rnnks the Brandeis Grad-
|School of Arts and Sciences
the best in the nation. The
:il ranked. 11 of the univer-
graduate disciplines among
f>p 20 offered by private insti-
I of higher education. Six of
II were included among the
I in the country.
en In tnc Held of Judaic stud-
Grande is provides outstanding
programs in addition to its
lar undergraduate and grad-
fcourses.
ee include the Jacob Hiatt
|hite in Israel, the Benjamin
fornstcin Program for Jewish
nun:il Service and the Joseph
Esther Foster BrandeLs-I&rael
pemif Exchange Program. The
American Jewish Historical So-!
clety is situated on the Brandeis |
campus on land donated by the
university.
The Hiatt Institute is a social
science program of classroom
work and field trips. This semes-
ter, 46 students from Brandeis!
and 25 other colleges and univer-
sities are in Israel studying mod-
ern Jewish and Israeli history, the
Hebrew language and the nation's
political and social institutions.
During the spring semester, a
new group of students will live in,
Israel, studying the history of the
Hebrew, and classical and Islamic
civilization in the area as eluci-
dated by texts and archaeological
discoveries.
The Institute is underwritten by
Jacob Hiatt of Worcester, Mass..
chairman of the Brandeis board
of trustees.
The persons for whom these
special programs are named are
among the thousands of "foster
alumni" the university has
throughout the country. Many of
these "foster alumni" and friends
of the university are from south-
ern Florida.
Brandeis Fellows in South Flor-
ida area include Mark L. Harris.
Bernard H. Kessner, Henry Aug-
ust, Samuel Friedland, Ben Tobin,
Murray A. Candib, Ollie Cohen, Dr.
Stanley Frehling, Charles Frucht-
man, I. Ely Goldstein, Paul R.
Gordon, Mrs. Herman Leeks, Ralph
Levitz, Lewis S. Rosenstiel, Her-
man L. Shaw, Jacob Sher, Leonard
Wien and Ben D. Zevin.
Members of the Brandeis Presi-
Hershkovitz Is Granted
Parole Effective May 15
WASHINGTON (JTA Avra-
ham Hershkovitz. the Jewish De-
fense Leaguer sentenced to five
years last April for pass]x>rt viola-
tions in connection with his at-
tempt to kidnap Palestinian hi-
jacker Leila Khaled. was granted
a parole by the U.S. Parole Board,
effective next May 15.
Mr. Hershkovitz, 27, is in the
federal penitentiary in Lewisburg,
Pa. His wife, Nancy Joan, 20, has
fled to Israel. On his release,
Hershkovitz will be deported to
Israel, which has accepted him as
a citizen because he used to live
there and served in the Israeli
Army, according to Dr. Marvin
Schick, New York Mayor John V.
Lindsay's assistant for intergroup
relations, who said it was he who
"got Israel to take him."
dent's Council in South Florida
include Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz,
Lawrence C. Porter, John Serbin,
Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, Morris
Kleinman, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Anna Miller, Samuel Rosenstcin
and Charles S. Adler.
Mrs. Harold Dorfman is presi-
dent of the Miami chapter of the
Brandeis National Women's Com-
mittee. The Miami women are part
of a 78,000-member national body
in some 126 chapters, the largest
friends-of-a-library movement in
the world.
Science classrooms at Brandeis University provide bal-
ance for studies in Jewish history, literature and philosophy.
Student prepares chemistry experiment in work stressing
individual study.
**"

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f orn throughout the nation.
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-Friday1DeWmh>!
South Pacific Journey
P4RT VIII
Libel Suit Against ADL Is Dismissed By Federal Court

By J. I. FKHBEIX
Editor and Publisher
Thr (ChU-ugo) Sentinel
Our efficient Qantas hostess
haii a ready answer to our query
as to why the gourmet menu pro-
claimed that kosher meals were
available. "Don't you know Jewish
people are among our best cus-
tomers? They fly overseas fre-
quently."
Australian Jewry is indeed one
of the most secure and comfort-
was just getting uqderjv.ay as DM
arrived, hoping to raise $250,000
in Sydney alone. Here there are
13 beneficiaries, with Jewish edu-
cation getting an increasing share
of the allocation. There is a re-
| awakening of the need to reach
' the youth and a young rabbi is
: now working full time in the
Hillel foundations at the two uni-
' versifies in Sydney.
Despite the tightly knit com-
munity organization, Mr. Gold-
; stein found it necessary to criti-
cize publicly two organizations
, the JNF and the Friends of the
able as well1 as tightly mgan.zed Hebnw Univcrs,ty for launching
fund-raising projects on the eve of
the opening of the Jewish Com-
munal Appeal iJCA). The JNF is
Jewish communities we have seen
during our many travels through-
out 90 countries. Seventy thou-
sand in number, they are divided
almost equally between Sydney
and Melbourne although small
groupings can be found scattered
across the continent.
The two cities are as different
culturally as they are in climate.
In Australia they have a saving
that "Sydney is a warm city with
< i i Jews and Melbourne is a
cold city with warm Jews." Harry
S. Goldstein, president of the New
S' :th Wales Jewish Board of
Deputies with headquarters in
Sydney, while admitting there was
a friendly rivalry between the two
main centers, explained that most
of his Jews were of Germanic or
Hungarian origin whereas Mel-
bourne's came primarily from
1 asl Europe, and were more im-
mersed in YiddLshkeit.
The majority of the Jewish
children in Melbourne receive
their education in the Yiddish day
school. The largest of these, Mt.
Scopus College, has an enrollment
in excess of 2.250. Children begin
with kindergarten and are ready
to enter university when they fin-
ish the Jewish high school. Seven
hundred attend the Lubavitcher
Yeshiva and, because all their sub-
ject S are taught in Yiddish, by the
time they graduate they are well
versed in that language. Other
day schools in Melbourne have
Her enrollments.
Sydney now has ? vibrant Sep-
hardic group consisting of refu-
gees from Iraq and Kgypt and
other Moslem countries. They
have heli>ed to form an Associa-
tion tin Far Eastern Jews.
There are some 19 synagogues
in Melbourne, with an equal num-
bei in Sydney, As in America, at-
tendance is sparse except for the
holidays,
Most communal activity centers
about the Jewish Hoard of Depu-
ties in each of the five states. In
New South Wales, for example,
the board consists of 118 deputies;
59 are elected by general fran-
chise and the other 59 represent
constituent bodies. They, in turn.
an di ided into eight committees,
with a chairman responsible to
the executive.
The individual state boards
have formed an Executive Coun-
cil of Australian Jewry which
Speaks with one united voice for
ail Australian Jews. It operates at
a Commonwealth level and woiks
in liason with the World Jewish
( ngress, COJO and overseas
Jewry, and makes representations
to the national governmental and
a 1 community organizations
on all problems affecting Austral-
ian Jewry. Its headquarters alter-
nates every two years between
the two major cities.
One of its outstanding achieve-
ments recently was the establish-
ment of the Federation of Jewish
Communities of Southeast Asia
an I the Far East
We were told that the United
I-- hi Appeal just condu ed had
raised about a million dollars in
Sydney and twice that amount in
Melbourne. Part of the difference
as compared with us is that L'.I.A.
contributions are not tax deduct-
ible. I.ocal institutions may be tax
free if they declare themselves as
war memorials, the only recogniz-
ed tax deduction permitted in
Australia.
The campaign for local needs
very active here and the tradition-
al little blue boxes are to be found
everywhere.
Intermarriage fast becoming
a major problem as it is in Ameri-
ca is estimated to be as high
;is :?.V.. Some SO'- of all young
Jews now attend college where
they meet other young |>eoole and
inter.marriage often results. We
were told, however, that two
events the Six-Day War and
the protests on behalf of Soviet
Jewry have helped in bringing
many of the youth back to the
fold.
Relations with Israel are very
< mi tin tied On Page It-C
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
! Federal court has dismissed a S4
' million libel suit and conspiracy
uit against the Anti-Defamation
League iADLI of B*nai B'rith by-
black militant Hassan Jeru-Ahme.:.
United States District Court
fudge John H. Pratt ruled that
statements by the ai>l rtb >ut Has*
i.nt from Hassan's own utter-
ances." The plaintiff has claimed
that he was fa'sely accused of be-
: mg anti-Semitic and of training a
'. blpck guerrilla army,
Hassan's suit was part or his
I attempt to get more than $500,003
; in Federal funds to supi>ort his
heroin treatment program in
i Washington's inner city. He claim-
; ed that the ADI.'s accusations had
caused the Department of Health
; Fducation ar.i Welfare (HEW) to
| suspend grants to his Bla:kman's
Development Center pending a
Federal audit. IIKYV had accused
Hassan of poor bookkeeping and
suspended a S197.000 job-training
grant to his Centei.
The ADL said that in 1987 Has-
' san circulated literature alleging
that an internal Jewish conspiracj
existed to exploit blacks and that
the literature was distributed t>>
! Hassan's organization as recentW
as last fall. It also charged 'hat
I--------------------------------------------.-----_
Chug Ivri Meets Wednesday
Hassan associated with known
anti-Semites and was raising a
guerrilla band.
Hassan acknowledged circulating
the literature but denied the other
charge. Judge Pratt observed in hi-
"ecision that ADL's statements
"vyerenotn-.,ido.,vi,hk
of truth or falshyTaS
they were made 'after(
diligent research" bb,
leRa! and moral *,,,.
by Its cha I
AMERICAN
KOSHER

Chug [vri. the Hebrew
akine
group of North Shore, Mianv
Beach, will meet w. 'nesday at
2 p.m. in the Blue Room of Tem-
ple Menorah. 620 75th St. A sym-
posium on the significan > of Chan-
ukah will be conducted and re-
freshments served.
You'll love our thick.rich
spaghetti sauce for its g
Italian Taam!
Your family will love these three kinds
traditional Meatless, savory Mushroom and
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tomatoes and.onions...gently stirred and
slow simmered to the height of perfection
...geshmakste! They're good enough to
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lows And Recordings
Inder The Menorah
fcORGE FRIEDMAN
jTA Stall Writer
r.eli shows opened 01.
November.
\,\--id Haya" (Once There
Sr,->id">, which had a long
I-,, is at the Edison as
. Are Sad." presented
patronage of Goldo
to iction rai>es both spir-
it ., stfon*! The songs and
Ik- evocative, most of tb*
.. effective, and the six-
[cast is attractive and tal-
|tn the staging is too or-'
,\ hassidic celebration,
cast forming tableaux be-
c. aod there is no danc-
middte aed atvl over
cheered the show hcart-
r\T. and there i-s certainly
,- plaud.
L:m Another Summer, To
Mher Winter" at the Helen
a tiouncy-revue that's un-
tliat It was designed for
ik and previewed in Israel.
'the resourcefulness, trag-
II mor of Jewry through
- S >me of the songs sound
tut there are enough in-
numbers to keep even
n toes tapping. Hnvim
joki have a special topical
"We have to listen to
< we keen making it:
it. switch to Cairo
v i li 'Mission: Impossi-
l 'We ai" a small state
|r. i s despite our enemies
Mien's."
|li. r1 iwntov n, Hen Bonus
d of Second Avenue, has
He day Greetings
|the Jewish Coinmunity
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rreetings To The
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launched a Yiddish Repertory at
the Anderson following seven
weekends of vaudeville coarsely
amplified and old Yi .dish film's
wretchedly projected (at least
at one shewing of Mauriee
Schwartz's 1939 Tevya."i The
first scheduled play was Joseph
Buloff's adaptation of Ossip Dy-
mov's "Yoshko Mu.sikant." Old-
time entertainment at old-time
prices.
t
"Silent No More." (Start the
first recorded collection of Soviet
Jewish underground songs, con-
tains 11 smuggled-out s<*"gs lust-
ily sung by Theodore Bikel and
deftly arranged and conducted by
Issachar Miron. Profits go into
Hebrew University scholarships
for Soviet Jewish emigres.
The songs are dramatic, lyrical
sprightly and touching, from th-
opening "Zol Shoyn Kumen Di
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Beth Moshe Marks Holiday At
Religious School Assembly
Both Moshe Congregation will
celebrate Chanukah during its re-
ligious school assembly Sunday at
;0 a.m. with addresses by Rabbi
("lorlinkel ard Charles Weissman,
president of the congregation, and
Uen.jnmin Udoff, educational di-
rector, loading the singing.
The program will feature an edu-
cational Isrifell firm, re-itntiuns
' --kits by the children of the
religious school. Following the as-
sembly, the children will celebrate
tiie holiday with class parties and
an exchange of gifts.
Comic Headlines Cedars'
Anniversary Ball Show
Comic Shecky Greene will head- |
line the fun-show produced for
Cedars of I^banon Hospital's 10th ;
anniversary ball Saturday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
John II. O'N'eil. Jr. chairman, ex-
pects a si'11-out at the traditions!
dinner-.'ance. Mai Malkin will di-
rect the entertainment program
featuring the Strolling Violins
group ard a dance orchestra,
David S. Kenin, (left) a prominent Miami attorney who was
recently cited for outstanding and devoted service to the
community by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was
selected as the 1971 recipient of the Presidents' Leadership
Award. At the recent 40th General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds held in Pittsburgh,
Mr. Kenin was presented an award by the national organi-
zation, which recognizes young people who have done
exemplary work on behalf of the community. He and Mrs.
Kenin are shown with Max M. Fisher, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.

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Chanukah Commemorates A Battle
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
(A Seven Arts Feature)
Chanukah commemorates a battle but
behind the Maccabean victory was the
intense desire of the Jewish. people to
avoid conflict and strife.
Not until the bigots and brigands of
that day made it impossible for the Jude-
ans to go on any longer did they resort
to belligerency.
But the word Chanukah doesn't mean
victory; it means dedication.
And those who are truly devoted to
their noblest ends ought to do everything
possible to avoid conflict in this world.
If the spirit of the religious leaders of
that day prevailed today, here is how
some people might vivify the Chanukah
spirit.
Lyndon Johnson would say, "I wish I
could have pressed as hard for peace as
I did for a military triumph in Indochina."
King Hussein of Jordan would say:
I must admit that my people, the Arabs,
:rre better off in Israel than they are in
any Arab country. It is time for us Semitic
cousins to make peace."
Negro extremists could say: "Jews
have been foremost in the efforts on be-
half of our people. Let us solidify our alli-
ance with other ethnics, especially the
Jews."
Pope Paul would say: "The Catholics
iri Ireland are giving our religion a bad
name. My next trip will be to Belfast
where I hope I can meet with the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury and with him make
a joint announcement that Protestants and
Catholics should join in praying, not
slaying.
Richard Nixon would say: "I know
that the root of our economic problems is
the money being drained for war and
those incessant air raids. From here on
in, we will transplant those billions of
dollars towards rebuilding the inner cities
of our nation."
And every Jew would say: "At Chan-
ukah time I will renew my chanukah, my
dedication, to learn how to enjoy my
faith and to release to society the noblest
teachings of Jewish doctrines."
A Happy and Meaningful Chanukah
to all of you.
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Russian brothers Ludwig Eisner, 17, and Theodore ui
19 (right) are celebrating their first Chanukah inthefie^
of the United States. Now living in Brooklyn NY I
Yeshiva University freshmen were allowed to come b*
United States with their family recently after woitimta
years for the necessary papers. They were re-united J
relatives from whom they were sepu: fled duriM
holocaust
Mayor Kollek Says Kahane Should Get Out, And Stay Out
NEW YORK (JTA1 Teddy
Kollek thinks Rabbi Meir Kahane
6hould get out of Israel and
stay out. The Mayor of Jerusalem,
in a radio interview here, said of
the chairman of the Jewish De-
fense League. (JDL) who has
taken up residence in Israel: "As
far as I am concerned, he is an un-
wanted import and you can have
him back as quickly as possible."
What Rabbi Kahane and his
"young litUe boys" are doing in
Israel is 'trying to intimidate some
Arabs." and ''they will only create
trouble and the result will be they
"ill get into trouble," Kollek
warned, adding that if the JDLers
were really determined to aid Is-
rael's security, they would do so
by joining the Army or the police.
Mr. Kollek again rejected inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem, ex-
plaining: "It was a Jewish city all
these years Obviously it is a
Jewish city."
Asked how many political par-
ties there are in Jerusalem Mr.
Kolleck commented: "A few too
many 14 who tried to compete
and seven who got in."
Asked by the host (WMCA
Radio's Barry Gray) how much he
earns as Mayor, Kollek said: "I
make, I think, 5600 before taxes,
plus my car, plus my telephone
bill. No residence."
Bureau Opens Class
The Bureau of Jewish Education
has opened a Hebrew High School
class at Ahavat Shalom Congrega-
tion, 985 SW 67th Ave. The class,
which meets twice weekly, will
study modern Hebrew, current
events, and Biblical, ancient and
contemporary Jewish history. In-
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Uncle Sam, How About
Chanukah Stamps?
ROBERT fc. nSBT
Seven Arte Feature)
goes a trial balloon: Why
rch on the Post Office De-
in Washington and de-
Ithat the busy artists there
promote, and sell a Chan-
Btamp in 1972 about this
year?
i would mark the 2139th an-
^ry of the uprising by cour-
Jews who stood1 up to
lus IV when he tried to
but Judaism and any other
\f religion except that which
side-red suitable for his Sy-
p.pire.
i>h. you say. And correct
For we don't need a spe-
amp issued by Washington
rk ih>' most significant bat-
nligious liberty mankind
i known. Granted that lion-
Mnttathias and the in-
Ible Maccabees would de-
the hearts of any artists
out to depict that titanic
of a small religious band
It a dictator's might, you
lan't compress the story of
Jkah into a postage stamp.
the essence of Chanukah is
i- than anything a bit of
can convey: Chanukah Is
nergirtg from winter and
darkness; it is freedom, the
lination of an heroic band to
pp as the heart not the
lent proposes; it is
blessing; hope; a clear call
lemal peace; a reminder of
I i >n to be charitable; an
for .(dedication to the un-
_\ to drive all tyrants
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By coincidence arising from the
need of mankind in antiquity to
get a breather from the winter
solstice, Chanukah and Christmas
share a debt to light to a small
measure of oil for illumination in
the name of freedom in the in-
stance of Chanukah and to a mys-
tical respect for 'holy light" inso-
far as Christmas is concerned. And
so, a quarter of a century or so
ago, some of our well-meaning
but somewhat shortsighted public
relations men decided the Amer-
ican community should have joint
Chanukah-Christmas celebrations
in North Cupcake, S.D., and1 other
such outposts. This kind of hybrid
observance still flourishes; but
people with a somewhat more en-
lightened regard for the value of
honest religious differences have
long since abandoned this fuzzy
adventure into "Brotherhood, Un-
limited."
In this country', of all countries,
each man should be free to observe
the religious festivals dear to him
in his own way and without
prompting from the government.
Hence, our hope is that nobody
will take off on the above-men-
tioner' lark of trying to get Wash-
ing to print a Chanukah stamp.
If you disagree, consider what
has now happened on the Christ-
mas stamp side of the issue: Some
six years ago, the U.S. Post Office
ventured out gingerly with a
Christmas stamp. The first effort
consisted of a wreath and a cou-
ple of candles. By 1970, the gov-
ernment featured Gabriel as de-
picted in Jan van Eyck's painting,
"The Annunciation." This year, we
have the nativity scene borrowed
from Giorgionc's "Adoration of the
Shepherd," painted early in the
16th century. Mary, Joseph and the
infant Jesus, along with two shep-
herds, are on the top side of tho
stamp with the single word,
"Christmas" lettered1 in a mode
popular in Giorgione's time. You
can, of course, also buy a Christ-
mas stamp just showing a par-
tridge in a pear tree.
Repeatedly, the Joint Advisory
Committee of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council and the Synagogue Council
of America has protested these
sorties into religious programming
by the federal government. "We're
sorry you don't approve," the head
of the U.S. Post Office Depart-
ment's Division of Philately re-
plies. "The stamp is based on a
very famous work of art and is
not representative of any par-
ticular denomination."
With muddy thinking like that
at the top. who could possibly need
a Chanukah stamp?
Hillel Day School Adds 2 New Buses
Hillel Community Day School
has added two new buses to its
fleet in order to accommodate its
166 students and keep traveling
time to a minimum.
A 48 passenger 1971 Ford was
added at the begenning of the
school term and a 1972 Dodge van
was added last month, bringing
the fleet to five. The committee
Is also arranging to have a stand-
by bus ready to be used in case of
emergency.
The five drivers operating these
vehicles are all highly qualified
and experienced. Three of them
are with the school for their sec-
ond year.
The purchase and routing of
these buses was accomplish
through the untiring efforts of the
entire transportation committee,
including William Wolowitz, Don
Solomon, Arthur Lipson, and Har-
vey Baxter. Mr. Solomon, vice
president in charge of personnel,
is also responsible for obtaining
competent bus drivers.
The Hillel Community Day
School was created to serve the
North Dade-South Broward area.
The new bus will help the school
to service its students most effi-
ciently.
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Temple Emanu-El Teens
Teach And Learn
A now concept in Judaic teach-
ing has e hi^b (So d ,at 2"n; 1*
Enuuiu-El under the leadership <>i
Mai tin Listowsky, M.S.W.. direc-
tor <>l Youth Activities. Teenagers
who have a strong background in
Jewish studies will Le teaching I
Other toons and adults.
Initially, classes in Beginning
and Intermediate Hebrew will l>e i
taught at the homes of Temple
Emanu-El members toy Rick Gold- [
fein and Sharon C'aimi. who are,
proficient in this Held.
Other olasso> envisioned for the
future include courses on Jewish
Philosophy i The Rambam-"Mish-|
netl loi ah" i. Jewish laws and.
customs iShulchan Arueh) ami
Mishna/ot.
Mr. Listowsky has also announc-
ed the formation "i a countywide
"Aha ,it Shabbat" (Love of Sab-
bath i program in answer to the
many requests received.
Season's First Meeting
Dedicated To Ben-Gurion
Th first meeting of the i
for Moadon Hahistadruth Haivrith
will be dedicated to David Ben-
Qui m with a presentation by
V.\ i Wohl. Leon Slegel will discuss
the significance of Chanukah light
th< traditional candles and lead
th' audience In community singing,
Ing t Dr. Jos. ph Liebenson,
chairman ol the i vening.
The meeting will be hi Id at 100
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Mon-
day at s p.m Refreshments appro-
priate to the holiday will to'
serv< d.
In accordance with Mr. l.istow-
ky's philosophy that the youth,
earn best by participating in an
experience rather than listening
to a "teacher" and discussing a
subject in a classroom Betting, i
oungsters will be placed in tra-!
iitional homes where an atmo- I
jphere of love and peace prevails]
to that lituals and traditions max
le e.\| lained as they are perform-1
d. adding to the significance of |
he obsei vanoc.
In this way, the sincerity and
meaning of Shabbat can bo por-
trayed as something that the
outh may want to incorporate
within their own family life style.
In addition to living a Sab-
bath" with a congenial family,
there will be (Kcasions when
groups of Jewish youth will oat
their Sabbath meals in the syna-
gogue followed by 'Ask The Rab-
bi" sessions and learning Semi-
nars. The program hopes to In-
volve many young people in oui
locality.
Pioneer Women Sponsor
Chanukah Celebrations
Club '2 of Piono.r Women i-
sponsoring a Chanukah party and
concert Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in
the Financial Federal Building,
755 Washington Ave., with llabbi
Miller as the guest sjH'aker. En-
tertainment will include songs by
the "Melodies 4." Lisa Hoffman,
chairman, announces that the pro-
ceeds will nu to the Child RescueI
Fund.
the t-i:at Chapter will hold its
Chanukah Festival Tuesday at 8
p.m. in the American Savings & I
Loan Association, Lincoln and Al-'
ton Koads, Fayo Brucker, presi-
dent, announces Frieda I.e. itan
is m charge of entertainment; all
mcmlv-'-s and frien 9 are invited.
USY Group Sees Need
Temple Zion's United Synagogue
Youth believes we should do more
than just talk about ecology
we should be willing to do some-
thing about it. Putting their be-
lief into action this week, the
group met early Sun lav and p-o
ceeded down Rickenbaker Cause-
way towards Crandon Park clean-
ing as they went, according to
Randi Robbins, \ico presidenl ol
the group.
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The JNF Celebrates 70
Years Of Pioneering
fcRAHAM SALOMON
Ijve Vice President
[ttonal VuimI of America
| lay evening last Oc-
storic event took place
of Basel, Switzerland
I if Ihe Rhine. Some
, -v of Jewish communi-
itzerland, plus Jewish
Fund I JNF*) presidents
Y, tions from 17 nations.
Great Hall of the
.,. where 70 years earl-1
[i Zionist Congress under]
ship of Or. Theodor,
lunched the JNF for,
., of acquiring land for
, Jewish state.
Deputy Prime Minister
Aryeh Pir.eus, chair-
World Zionist Execu-
had journeyed from Is-
occasion, both stressed
.year-old Fund has im-
I > ahead of it.
, who had outlined prc-
urgent need for the
f, lamation of barren land
tan Heights, the Jordan
Gaza Strip. Central
Arava, and in the Jeru-
|j ty, told the assemblage:
.';,|r of Israel did not
JNF, we would have to
(lie today." "The JNF
I shed the fact of the
. -i nee in hundreds of
- on JNF land. We
|\ ; \Mili a record of 450,-
> of land reclaimed
t< and of another 500.000
j; nted with forests. No
such task ha' ever been under-
taken nor such results achieved
so dramatically in the history ofl
man." JNF World chairman Ja-'
cob Tsur told the delegati s,
Herman L. Weisman, president,
ot the JNF World council and of!
the Jewish National Fund of Amer- '
ica, had opened the festivities the
previous evening at the Thivc I
Kin^s Hotel, where he convened j
the second annual convocation of
this bo.iy comprising JNF presi-
dents from all nations of the free,
world. Among the delegations, the
American contingent headed by'
Weisman, Meyer Pesin and Leon
Rubinstein, was the largest, lit
was in the venerable Three Kings
Hotel that Herzl and other leg-
endary Zionist leaders had stayed
as they pondered an almost infinite
number of plans an.! proposals for
a future Jewish state i.
Mr. Weisman announced that the
Jewish National Fund of America,
in response to a request from
Keren Kayemeth leaders at the
inaugural meeting of the council
a year ago in Jerusalem, had in-
creased its income in the fiscal
year ending Sept. .10. 1971 by S3' i
and called upon his fellow JNF
presidents to match or surpass thi~
record so that Keren Kayemeth \
programs in critical areas in Israel
could be fully implemented. Ho
emphasized that the fact that the
Jewish National Fun.i of America
has been able to achieve a dra-
matic rise in income this past yi ar
is doubly remarkable, since 1970-
71 was the year of intensified
drives by the major campaigns on
btfhalL'Of-I.vfaei. .....'
There had also been a wide-
spread negative reaction among1
JNF friends and supporters in 'his',
country to attempts in Israel to l
abrogate the 70-yar-o!ri base pi in- ]
ciple of the Fund, a principle con-!
firmed in 19'>0 by the Knesset i
when it established the Land De-
velopment Authority, that the land i
is inalienable and belongs in per-
petuity to the entire Jewish people.
Those in Israel who attacked
this principle felt that residential
units on JNF or government land
could be sold to the tenants, and
that the funds thus derived would
help to refill depleted government
coffers. It was not until the prime
minister of Israel stepped in that
the land controversy died down. |
Sneaking atop Mt. Herzl at a
JNF 70th anniversary convocation
this past August, Mrs. Go'.da Meir
declared: "Just as in the poor
Jewish home, everything might be
sold to insure an education for the
-ons. two objects would remain,
for they had no price the talis
and the tfilin so land, which
must belong to the whole Jewish
nation both in Israel and abroad,
also has no price."
What does the JNF look
ward to as it moves on?
for-
Its latesl target is a new five-
year program calling for the rec-
Continued On Page -<'
Commissioner
and Mrs.
Irwin G. Christie
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Shows And Recordings Under The Menorah
Continued Fram Pajje S-C shine through. The sturdy singers Mandlen" to "Tog, Ein, Tog Eis"
Ge'Ule" ("Let Reovmption Come"!
through the closing "Am Yisroe)
Chai" not the familiar chant of
the same name but a stirring
march worthy of comparison with
"Zog Nit Keynmol," "Hatikva" and
"Yerushalayim Shel Zahav."
Also included are surreptitiously
taped remarks by Soviet Jews on
include Cantor Paul Kwartin of
Brooklyn, nephew of legendary
Cantor Zawel Kwartin and cousin
introduces the "Sabbath Prayer,"
which makes more sense.)

All in the Family" (Atlantic)
features 12 excerpts from the con-
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series about Archie 'Bigot" Bunk-
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They closed our synagogues"), is not lovable, as some have com-
communality ("Ali Jews have re-1 plained, but an effective reflector
latives") and Israel ("Next year j of deep-down prejudices and fears
in Jerusalem, or next month, next | in many, perhaps all, of us. All
week, next minute we Jews are
always ready"). ($4.95 with com-
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curate texts and translations;
available in stores or from the
American Jewish Congress, Dept.
P, 15 E. 84th St., N.Y.)

"The New Slavery" is an in-
teresting LP documenting activi-
ties and tribulations of Soviet Jew-
ish militants. Rabbi Steven Riskin
of New York interviews (secretly
in Moscow) Leonid Rigerman.
Boris Tsukerman, Mischa Posin,
Josef Kerler and Anna Kerler, and
Rabbis Sherwood Coffin and
Shlomo Carlebach sing freedom
songs ($5 from Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry, of the Center
for Russian Jewry, 200 W. 72.
N.Y.)

The soundtrack album of "Fid-
dler on the Roof" (United Art-
ists" contains even without
"Now I Have Everything." omit-
12 tracks are on target, from the
classic "Station Wagon Filled With
Nuns" to confrontations over
transplants, homosexuality, the
importance of hands, "VD Day"
and the blackness of God.

The LP called "Inside Israel"
promises "exclusive behind-the-
scenes private briefing sessions"
by Israeli leaders a sensation-
alized billing for what are on-the-
record interviews made just for
this album. The endorsement in-
side the sleeve by Israel's New
York Consulate belies the suppos-
edly hush-hush nature of the con-
tents. A handy compendium of fa-
miliar positions by Golda Meir and
others. ($4.98 from Inside Israel,
Box 480, Planetarium Station,
N.Y.)

"The Yiddish Dream: A Heri-
tage of Jewish Song" (Vanguard)
is a two-disc set culled from al-
bums by Jan Peerce, Netania
Davrath, Leon Lishner, Martha
ted from the film an hour of Schlamme, Herschel Bernardi and
music, spread over four long-play- j shoshana Damari. The selections
ing sides. The songs are presented lange from chestnuts like 'Tum-
with warmth and conviction, and |>alalaika" and "Rozhinkes Mit
Topol is a sturdy, rich-voiced : -
Tevye. Isaac Stern is the fiddler
(In this column's review of the
film, a musical phrase from "Ani
Ma'amin" was said to be out of |
place in the "Sunrise, Sunset"
W> aiding scene. On the evidence
of the album, the phrase actually
("Sunrise, Sunset") and "Ven Ich
Bin A Rothschild" ("If I Were A
Rich Man"). Twenty-five songs
25 highlights.

The LP titled "Chai" preserves
much of the earlier-reviewed Lin-
coln Centre, New York, premiere
concert by the American Confer-
ence of Cantors in works by Rossi,
Schubert, Lewandowski, Kingsley,
Weiner, Picket, Wyner, Alter/Bar-
ash, Shalit and Helfman. Despite
audience coughing and some sloppy
editing, the music manages to
of soprano Evelyn Lear. He has
Homes Sought For
Four Jewish Boys
Homes are being sought for four
Jewish boys of high school age
from Argentina and Brazil who
will come to the United States in
January for a 10-week period of
exchange sponsored by American
Youth Exchange Inc. These four
boys are asking to be placed with
Jewish families.
The reciprocal feature of the
program makes it possible for the
host families to send their own
children of that age to their choice
of any South American country in
June for a similar period.
Interested families may contact
Mrs. Irving Peskoe, president of
the American Youth Exchange, a
non-profit corporation operating
in over 20 states which is chart-
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at 10C0 N. Krome Ave., Home-
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also launched a monthly "Living
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Herzl Institute, New York, and a
weekly Jewish liturgical music
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blurbs.
(c). 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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nation of another 300.000 dun-
jis of land as a basis for the eco-
n-.ic stabilization of some 140
kisting settlements and for the
ftablishment of dozens of new
tttlements in all the strategically
tal parts of the land of Israel,
plan calls for the breaking
trough of access roads into new
twlopment areas, as well as for
the afforestation of lands other-
wise unsuitable for agriculture de-
velopment through the planting of
25 million trees.
This year the JNF trains its
sights on the Arava. that beautiful
but barren rift valley stretching
115 miles from the Dead Sea to
the Red Sea. The objective is to
replace the salty sands of this
desert with fresh soil for out of
Happenings...
Herbert L. Werner, of 8620
SW 49th St., who was ranked
mong the top five in the na-
tional sales force of the Home
Life Insurance Company, New
tfjrk, during October, is associ-
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fcgency at 999 S. Bayshore Dr.
Chartered Life Underwriter,
j joined Home Life in 1957
nd is a Life and Qualifying
Member of the insurance in-
Justry's Million Dollar Round
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971 President's Council Summit,
lome Life's most honored
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6 il "A-
The annual Public Relations
[Dinner meeting of the Ameri-
Ican Society of Women Account-
lants, Miami Chapter No. 75,
Iwill be held Tuesday, at 7:00
I p.m. in the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
Iwith Marie Gibson, president,
I p:trilling. Mrs. Adele T. Weav-
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newly elected president of the
Public Relations Society of
America's South Florida Chap-
ter. Other new- offWto-s include
Miami public relations execu-
tives lola Shaw, vice, president;
Bract Rubin, secretary and BUI
Hofoed, treasurer. Directors are
Lynn Clarke, Mr*. Ruth Kasae-
witx, Hoite Agey, Everett A.
Clay, Ronald Levitt and Ray
Teboe.
season flowers and vegetables and
fruit orchards, and to prepare
sites for a string of new settle-
ments. The job is well under way,
and in a few years the Arava will
reverberate with the sound of chil-
dren playing while their parents
till the soil or harvest the crops.
What will enable the JNF to
succeed in its conquest of the
Arava, as in all its war against
other wastelands in years gone
by, is, in large part, due to its
unique status as an independent
organization within the World
Zionist framework. It functions as
an apolitical entity, beyond party
or faction.
Characteristically, when it cele-
brated its 70th birthday in Basel
most of the talk was not of its
much-vaunted past, but of the
road ahead. As long as there are
regions in Israel to be developed
and settled, as long as there are
gaunt hills to be mantled in green,
the Jewish National Fund, it can
be safely assumed, will soon be
on the scene with men, machines,
and an unrelenting determination.
(c), 1971 Jewish Telegraphic Aftency
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Friday, December
Piime Minister Golda Meir talks to one
of the youngest Neve Ilan settlers at
the dedication of a cooperative settle-
ment organized by graduates of Ha-
dassah's Senior Young Judaea move-
ment for the United States.
A mlilion> Set At School Of Music
The University of Miami School
o: Music will hold auditions Sat-
urday, for students wishing to ap-
jj.;. for admission and for those
-< king scholarship assistance in
th-- 1971-72 academic year.
Tin- audition-interviews will be |
kit ted by faculty members. Th'
session starts at 9 a.m. in the
School ul Music complex, main
campus.
Auditions will cover all hand and
orchestral instruments, voice, key-
.1 and harp. Awards vary from
p tial to lull Brholnrhio8. Basis
for awards will be demonstrated
musical ability, academic record
and financial need. All Interested
students should contact the school
for an apiwintment.
In Wometco Theatres
-Murder Go Hound" stars Fri-
day at the Mayfair and Sunset
Theatres; "The Steagle" bows in at
the Twin I. 163rd Street. Carlylc.
Hailandale. Plaza-Hollywood and
Gateway-Ft. Lauderdale. "Play
Misty For Me" is in its third
week at the Miracle.
Silbret Exhibit Open At
Temple Through Dec. 29
Local artist Roberta Silbret s
exhibition of paintings. repre-
senting her summers work in
Israel Turkey and Greece will
be on display in the Lowe-Levinson
Art Gallery at Temple Beth Sha-
lom through Dec. 29. it has been
announced.
Mis. Silbret an art teacher in
the temple's School of Fine Arts.
was honored at the preview and
reception which opened the exhibi-
tion this w**K.
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Max Lerner
Sees ft
NEW YORK The next throe months, witnessing a hurri-
cane- of summits for President Nixon, will be the most crucial of
I:, Presidency. They will decide much for America, but prob-
ably everything for Richard Nixon.
His flurry of summit meetings with the leaders of Israel.
France, Portugal. Great Britain, Canada, Germany, Japan
China and the Soviet Union might conceivably amount to
nothing except the fanfare of travel and protocol. I tagged along
in the trip of Nixon's old chief, Dwlght Eisenhower, through
Europe and Asia in 1900 which added up to very little, and
strikes me now as a chase that had no beast In view. But Nixon's
talks do have a target of prime importance in fact, a double
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Till-: IMMEDIATE TARtiKT. especially in the talks with
I' -. iit Pompidou and Prime Ministers Heath. Brandt and
S to, is to find some stability for world currencies and trade.
The larger target, focusing on the Feb. .'1 China summit and
also the Soviet one, is to get a new alignment o!" the great
p wen. The two are linked, but are worth some separate
attention.
Nixon's man-in-charge for the first target is John Connally,
his man-in-charge for the second i< Henry Kissinger, Each
ii has been making waves which doubtless disturb the
iher, but Connally's short-range waves through his avowed
us. of the ini|>ort surcharge and the investment tax credit
caused anguish from Canada through Fiance to Japan. Im-
proving on Teddy Roosevelt's, his motto seems to b'. "Speak
lllj and cany a big stick."
C? & &
ci.KAHi.Y, iik has BEEN Nixon's spokesman, nol his own,
and just as clearly Nixon will be able to mollify some of ihe an-
' i-li In his talks with the West European, Japanese and Ca-
nadian leaders. Nixon's bind is thai while he nerds tbV^ood-
\> il! of these allies he also needs terms' on revaluation of. ihe
M,.iencies and on-trade-levels' which will cut America's Un-
fa- orabla balances an.! bring some of the prosperity ho has
r.i- i bis countrymen.
But il is the great power talks with. China. Rilsrfia and
lapan which will east a longer shadow into the future. These
la ki are evidently meant to end the era qif eonfrontation-
iwc ii something vaguely called "llv Wes-'f and sbmcfh'iiv;
icly called "eonr.nunism" in a bipolar* world, and replace it
with a -set of specific understands.:5 between all four [jreat
-is. and with FurorH'. loo. which lias nol yel combine.! as a
i:th great power.
ONF. WAY TO PUT THE larger aim is this: Not to achieve
. ny "collective security." but to allay some of the Insecurity
which each of the powers has felt which may at some dis-
tant day be a step toward genuine collective security through a
ii lit policing unit which will enforce nuclear disarmament.
There is another way of putting it, in terms of the mooted
p. rallel with the diplomacy of Metternich, whom Kissinger
Imires and regards as a model. There have been a number of
u icks from the conservatives recently ijnhn Chamberlain's was
llv ablest) on the Nixon-Kissinger policies. Their argument is that
Metternich tried to help post-Napoleon France against the
stronger great powers Prussia ant" Russia and thus get a
- i1 power equilibrium, but that Nixon and Kissinger, who
hould (according to this model) be building up China against
II Soviet Union, are actually strengthening Russia.
& % "ft
THEY DO IT THE argument goes by accepting
Brandt's Ostpolitik, by letting Russia cut its European garrisons
:nd shift them to Asia and by helping Russia to open the Suez
Canal and thus reach the Asian waters more easily.
As the old map makers used to say, there are dragons here.
Hie former Nixon admirers who now regard him as soft on the
Russians will evidently not rest content unless there is a siege
mentality throughout Western Europe as then- is now In the
Middle Fast. The question of a balance of deterrence in the Mid-
dle Hast cannot be compromised, as Abba Eban is bound to argue
fordoly at the United Nations and Mrs. Meir in her White
Bouse visit.
fr BUT NOTHING WILL BE gained by keeping the flames of
eoi-frontation burning in Europe as well. Nor is the best Amer-
ican strategy one of helping either of the Communist giants
aainsi the other, but rather one of minimizing confrontations
with each of them.
If each of the great powers can feel that no one power
alone and no probable combination can dominate the
others, there will be a chance of lifting the siege mentality
throughout the world. It is a possible and achievable aim, and
it will b worth all of Nixon's travels if he can come even-
somewhat close to it.
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sponse to a plea from Soviet Jews.
the American Jewish C'onfavunce
on Soviet Jewry < AJCSJ i will ar-
range to send religious literature
to them, according.,to Richard
Maass, chain-.,an of the AJCSJ.
The appeal -atw from relatives
of a number of Jews interned in
Soviet labor camps and prisons.
They asked the AJCSJ to send the
prisoners religious literature, such
as Bibles and prayer books, of
which they have been deprived by
Soviet authorities.
Mr. Maa- said his organization
is working in conjunction with af-
filiated religious organizations to
transmit the religious articles to
the Jewish prisoners In the Soviet
Union. Among the affiliated group1"
an the Central Conference ol
American Rabbis, the Rabliiniea'
Assembly, the Svnagogue Council
of America, the Union Of American
Hebrew Congregations, the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations i
of America and the United Syna-
gogue of America.
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AJCSJ stated lhat efforts to
transmit religious literature to the
prisoner.-.. Including a praycrbook
published in ihe U.S.S.R. and per-
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Friday. December
W. II
This Week In History...
(Pram the files of the JTA)
4A Yewrs Age, This Week: 1931
"BERLI?r._The present gov-
ernment haij ll^MlUUlIorr stronprj4 TnC' l&os.ehi Cdf fcre'ss threat-
en hand and there need be no fear
that the Nazi forces will seize the
power, Chancellor Bruening as-
sured the JTA. No anxiety need
exist with regard to the present
government's stability, the chan-
cellor stated. The government has
determined to take all measures
to maintain legal order and secur-
ity. When the present suffering
subsides, and normality returns,
the German people will with one
blow sweep away Nazism, the
chancellor forecasts."
Provisional census totals for Pal-
estine showed 175,006 Jews. 759 952
Moslems, 90.607 Christians, 8.000
Druze and 1.C00 agnostics (in-
cluding Jews calling themselves
agnostics).
Dr. Jacob Rotb*n, founder of
the Jewish National Party of Tran-
sylvania, died in Bucharest at 68.
ened war if Zionist
tinued in Palestine.
efforts con-
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Rep. Samuel Dickstein of New
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Scores of Jews were injured in
Poznan, Poland, by violent anti-
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Five Jpwish workers won "Red
Flags" from the Kremlin for aid-
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plan.
Moses Ginsburg, the leading Jew-
ish philanthropist of Czarist Rus-
sia, was 80 in Paris, his new home. I
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
Adolf Eichmann was convicted i
on all 15 counts and sentenced to
death. "It was apparent." the
court =aid, ""that, if the Nurem-
berg Tribunal was a triumph of
human justice over totalitarian
concepts, this trial in Israel was
all that, and historic justice. A
*maP stMe. restored after 2 000
years, has rendered the judgment
of its people against the most
hated enemy."
Solomon Miller, 45, a leading
lawyer of Bloemfontein, was named
to South Africa's Supreme Court.
A New York dinner raised $1.-
875000 for the Weizmann Insti-
tute.
France declared herself unable
to agree to a 15-nation resolution
endorsing direct Arab-Israel nego-
tiations.
A court in Tiflis, Soviet Georgia,
sentenced 52-year-old Mordekh
Kakiashvili, reportedly an Ortho-
dox Jew. to death for "currency
speculation."
The State Department, express-
ing "concern" over the situation of
Soviet Jews, said it was reviewing
its information to "determine what
action it might be desirable for
the United States to take."
Six ox-SS officers were indicted
in Berlin on charges of killing 11
thousand Jews.
The Rabbinical Council of Amer-
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South Pacific Journey
Continued From Page 2-0
although Arab propagand-
' explained that an average of
eople a week leave for Israel
total of about 2,000 within
bast four years.
to anti-Semitism, iffls prac-
iy non existant. Sftuatio
handled by the Board of Jew-
eputies when necessary. We
fortunate enough to spend
time with Sir Asher Joel, a
Idary figure in Australian
|__, who is a member of the
chamber of the NSW par-
it. High respected because
many services to the Com-
kealth, he is also very active
Ish communal affairs and
known to almost every
in the street.
told us that Australia is
Is' entirely free of any reli-
[rlction. Jews have occupied
i ii positions in the politi-
__: judicial life of the country
yeaiS. There are four
in the federal parliament
nany more serve in numerous
bodies. Friendship with Is-
tems from two factors. One
he Australian soldiers' dislike
. tjalian-torn Governor General,
nSil?d,hiriW^VI10niSh became heaci from the Public and" Vhe fraternity
World WaTlI army dUri1^ t0tahng' S100:Tne fu'nds wi he'P
of the Arabs during World War
II and the fact that 200,000 native
troops were stationed in Palestine
during the fighting. Secondly, the
two important figures in Austral-
ian history were both Jews; Sir
Isaac Isaacs was the first Aus-
ZBT Collects $100
For 'Heart Fund'
The Pledge Class and "Little
Sisters" of the Zeta Beta Tau
(ZBT) fraternity of the University
of Miami recently sponsored a
charity drive at the Dadeland
Shopping Center. l;.
The drive, headed by student
Jack Kibalo. collected donations^
rnival Proceeds To
School Equipment
weeds of the gala Chanukah
nival to be sponsored by the
ii Torah Women's Group on
school grounds from 11 a.m
p.m. Sunday will go towards
purchase of additional class-
in and playground equipment,
Aaron Katz. has announced.
Be carnival will include rides,
booths, refreshments and
luiukah songs by a children's
r. A giant rummage sale will
b.' in progress all day.
lefit Theatre Party Set,
Tie Miami Beach Elks' annual
|satre party will be held Wednes-
evening, Dec. 22, in the Carib
eatre, David Druckcr, leading
|ght and general chairman of
benefit has announced. The
i Is will _g& ;*bv ^he.. Parry-i]
r Lppled ChUarWii Hospital!
There are numerous Jews in
the state parliaments including
the deputy leader of the opposi-
tion party in New South Wales,
Sidney Einfeld, whom we met. In
addition to leadership in the
Labor Party, he is very active in
Jewish affairs and is widely res-
pected. This holds true for many
other Jews throughout the Com-
monwealth.
There are two Jewish papers
here, and we were able to meet
both editors. They agreed that the
major problem was that of hold-
ing the youth. A new youth
movement has recently arisen
called the Jew Identification
Movement (JIM). These are
young Jews who want the com-
munity to be more identified with
social issues such as Viet Nam.
drug control, etc. Mr. Goldstein
referred to them as the "angry
young men" and seemed to indi-
cate that the Jewish Establish-
ment was rather impatient with
them.
Sir Asher told us that since the
Holocaust many Jews immigrated
to Australia and have struck it
rich, with the more affluent com-
munity in Melbourne. He recog-
nizes that this in itself creates
problems of alienation; young
people ask why they should re-
main Jews in a country where
freedom is easily available. Yet
he has a very optimistic feeling
about the future of his Jewry,
which we share. Life is good and
the opportunities .are.great. Jew-
ish life is attempting to meet all
the challenges confronting it. We
left the country with a feeling
we have seldom known on most of
our other trips abroad. Australian
Jewry is here to stay.'
support research, education and
service programs of the Heart
Association of Greater Miami.
Participating were Jack Weiner,
president of ZBT, Jan Horowitz,
Frank Pohl, Frank Levy, Marty
Cohen, Mike Russ, Ronnie Josi-
phier, David Bauer, Mike Brown,
Ross Crystal, John Allen. Mike
Freedman, Bruce Greenberg, Los
Marder, Steve Tom. Mark Kaplan,
Lee Rubin and Steve Menker.
Little Sisters of ZBT participat-
ing were Bonnie Edison, Susan
Karp, Carol Peltason, Laney Le-
vine. Gail Lebon and Lynn
Srhwartzberg.
Technion Chapter Plans Chanukah Latke Party
Miami Chapter, Women's Divi-
sion American Technion Society is
planning a Chanukah latke party
in the home of its president, Mrs.
Meyer Brilliant, 5835 SW 50th
Ter.. at 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Mrs. Franklin Kreutzer and Miss
Elsa Kreutzer cochairmen, are
planning a program that they hope
will inspire old friends to become
new members of the Chapter that
supports Israel's Institute of
Technology.
Art Forum Presents Craig.
Rossman As Guest Speakers
Elmer Craig, chairman of ttu
art department of Miami-Dado
Junior College, will be the guesi
speaker of the Miami Beach Art
Forum. Friday at 8 o.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium
1234 Washington Ave. Mr. Craig
will illustrate his lecture on "Mod-
ern Ceramics."
The Forum will also present
Harry Rossman, president of the
Miami Beach Art Club, at its 7
p.m. Tuesday meeting in the Mi-1
ami Beach Public Library. Mr.
Rossman's topic will be "Manner-
ism, the 16th Century Modernism
the Revolt of the Masters." Tht
lectures are free and open to the
public.
Students Entertain Patients
Students of Beth Moshe Con-
gregation will entertain at the
Chai Nursing Home, Tuesday, pre-
senting a Chanukah program whic1?
includes a candlelighting ceremony
a choral reading and singing of
Chanukah songs for the patients
of the home.
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Friday, Decembe.
IEGAL NOTKI
LI6AL NOTICE
LVnat s i^^co/tim
Bv Kl TI! SIBKIS
"L^iatoh" la the number one cake of the Jewish kttohen. It
!s ;t li-hl sponge cuke with ;i texture so delicate that just the
oka <>; it makes you feel good. Its inside is bright yellow like a
liilds i>;iintin-; of the sun, and the crust is a golden tan. The
Ukfeh" i> subtly flavored with vanilla and fresh lemon and its
agrfhnce make! you ask tbr more. There is no occasion when
Ix'kach" is not the right choice. On Shabbat and holidays, at
alics and "simebas" this cake will nrike your day. And if.
tod foabid. someone do\s not feel well, nothing cures faster and
tatter *h;m a cup of hot chicken soup followed by a piece of
-"ld>m "Lekach."
<.ol.li:.\ "LEKACH"
fr.-h Union rind
l tap. vanHta extract
1' cups flour
' Up. s.i't
l'j tsp. baking i>o>\aVi
B large eega
at room temperatiu-e
' '- cups sugar
4 this water
1 this, fresh lemon juice
l tsp grated
You can bake this cake in a 10 x 4 inch tube pan. or
\ 13 \ 2 inch | in. Heal the over to 39 d igreca F.; prepare the
.kin ]\in. greesing it with gated oil.
Separate th eggs. Put the yolks In a large mixing bowl, and
whites in a wry large bowl. Sift and measure the flour, com-
iiv with --ill and baking powder. Beat the yolks and gradually
Id hall ujar, water, lemon juice and rind, and vanilla
xtract. Continue beating till ih.' yoltu lvcome thick and very
ighl in color Fold the dry ingredients I pad*
'.. Into Ihe yolk mixture. The mixture should be ver; th(
.out any him] -
n the Ix iters and drj them. Whip the eg till
'hey are 1'oamy. Add the sugar, one I hlespoon afl r the other-,
Rping after each addition. 'The whipped egg whites should
: their shape and look soft and glossj i. Transfei >- pgj> whites to the yolk mixture, and fold it in
ery gently. \ another Quarter, and again fold it in very
iy. Now transfer the Huffy yolk mixture Into bhe tvhipp l
- c .: the two with wide foiling m.n. .v-nts.
; ., spatula oi a big spoon until the batter looks unified, with
-!i te streak-. Pour the batter inl the prepared pan. Bake in
preheated oven t; I toothpick comes, out''dry and
I' an Bak rj I m it 45-50 minul
Our culinary adv. ntu es n Hong K mi took .. e> rung
''''' Mtryflov r Rtstauiarl in the "Susy \v og"" ejuari of
I Kong vhich is also known as the "i: d l.!.-Ht"
luarter. The restaurant occupies the same building the Ton-
hy-eallrooois, in which I.ili Fong K e K -. and a>>ut 200
ther Chinese girls are available for dancing tor cboul 35 eents a
lance, while drinks c si b i H 30 cents each.
In this unlikely pliee we were introduced t'> a new way of
ving chicken. The eh'cken is cub. i. and sc ved with walnuts
ui pecans The dish is absolutely tasteful and Is a refreshing
method oi combining meat, tables and nuts. It demon-
strates the Chinese principle of cookin Iy and lightly in
iD w ill base. The d ?h Is o ik< d i an ui i> short
and n ach. th. table : ; I of its flavor.
Walnut chicken is an Ideal dish t- be cooked al the table.
Have all the Ingredients cut up and ready, and let your I unily
nd friends join you in the excitement of your cu'-.nary adven-
ture. This recipe makes four servings; proparatJ n time is 15
ndnul king time is eight minutes.
WAI.MI
1 whole bre ist of chic
2 oz. pecans or walnuts
I small onion
4 scallior.s
1 medium carrot
': .'iicumh. r
CHICKEN
Oil for frying
' CUp clear c'licken broth
1 tsp, s >y s lUCC
' t.s;,. salt
- tsp. i .. n starch
Cut the whit.- meet of (he chicken into very small pieces,
"it the size of an olive. Set aside.
Gjean the >, cut th<- onion into small cubes,
the scallions into one-inch strips, the carrots, into t'lii: slices
and the cucumb. r Into Wte-size chunks. Set asi i
Mix the c n starch in a small cup with two taUeaposn
water. Set. Aside
Pour two t.iM.vpjons oil in a luge skillet. Fry th" nut* for
.-.bout three minutes, to ting them for even trying. Remove from
skiilet and drain on paper towels. Into the same skillet add ihree
more tablespions oil; hi.!- well. Add the onions and fry liffhtls
for one minute. Add the riicken and fry while stirring for two
more minutes. Add the vegetables ar.d fry, stirring for two min-
utes. Add the broth, alt and soy sauce, bring to a boil. Boil for
one minute and add the corn starch while stirring. FUtiuce the
heat ami simmer 1'- minutes more. Transfer imm. d.o.U'ly onto a
iu>ated serving plate. Sprinkle the fried nuts on top. Berve hot
with atcmied rice.
(Copyricht ItTt, Jew-i-h Telegraphic Acency, In, ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-5169
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: KM..;. ...
ERNEST M ROSSMAN,
I >.-. ..,-.,!
T.> All Creditor!, and All Person* Hai
Ins Claim* oi iJemand* Acahial Mid
Vou are li.-i notified and re-
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.In estate of ERNEST M. KOSS.MAN
i.-..;.>.. d lair "i lad< Coonty, Flor-
i,l:,. lo ih. CbunlJ' Ju.lf "' I'"1'
County, and i'il<- ''> aam* in duplicate
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III. Count) Courtnouse In Dada Coun-
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tuuntha from the time of th.- first
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da) ,i November, AH l^Ti
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No. 71-2730
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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qilired |>resiit any claims and ile-
lUaildfl whiiii you may have asEulnat
the estate of .'lAKKNo: .\i.imi.\-
a I li deceaaed late ?. D.nle County,
Florida, lo Uo- CotMtty JtldSea oi
Dude County, and file the aaaae in
duplicate aii,l .,s provided in Section
IS, I'!.....la Statute*, n Iheli of-
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Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
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publication hereol ,,i the same
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Date,I al Miami. Florida. Ihl* 10th
da) ol S'ovemb. r, A I > l'.'TI.
KKN.VKTH M, I" >.\Al.D
As iCxecutor
l"i'-i publication ol ihl* notice on
the Srd da) I l > n I "
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Miami. Kin 3
10-17-24
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 71-23G21
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The Mai i ma .
ANTHONY JIM STVMimlS,
Mil ImiiiI.
and
I'M I IRES It STl'M III
V\ .' i c
I i IRES IL STl'M i:i;is
Elaine Die-
Sum i Ti i
lilliKbamton; New York'
vim a:.i: injayuv notified
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IS 3-10-17-24
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 RK: The Marriatfe ol
DAVID I'AMiKA.
Huaband
an,!
PHYl.l.lS c PAMCRA
\s II.
TO: 1'llYI.I.IS C I'AMIKA
Residency Lrukuou
You. PHYl.l.is c PAMCRA are
hereby notified lhat an a.-i:
Diaaolution of MarriaSe has been
fileil asTains. you. anil you .il't iv-
iiuired to aeTVe a Oopy Of jour wrii-
len llaftina. if :uiy. to it on the
Petitioners attorney, SIDNEY kk
IU.INSON. SI! Ainsley BtdjC.. Miami.
Florida S31S! and file the orkctnal
wilh the Clerk o? Ihe Ctri-uit I'ourt
on or l..i..re the Ttli .la. i>f Jan..
IS7S; otherwise a default will be en-
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Thin *n-jti--v shall be published once
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in TUB J i:\YlSM n.LMtllYIAN
DONS AND ORDBKED at Mituni.
Florida. Ihls 23rd day of Nov. AD.
in.
B I! IJCATIIKRMAN. Clerk.
Circui' Court. Dade Countv. Florida
Bv: R. M KISSli:
lN>puty Cierk
rCircuit Court Seal i
SIDNKY EFRONSQN
C1J Aineley HIuk.
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioned
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4513
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Kslai. ..;
CHAR] ES POLLACK
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NOTICE OF ACTI0K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ol
ELEVENTH JLOICIAL CIRCUI
OF FLORIOA IN ANorn.
DADE COUNTY. '
CIVIL ACTION 71.22070
Tii RE: The Marriage of
BUO (HJNZALEZ UmSnuS
KDtAiti.A 'Ms/Ai.r.z. wii
To: EDCAKDA HONZALU
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23197
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE The MarriaK. Of
N.i.MEE WRMAN,
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DANIEI. Fl'KMAN.
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on LAW OFFICES "F M \' Mil.
MEI I* attorney for Petltloni'i whose
oldr. s. j 1...... s w Tl,ln| Avenue.
Miam Florida 3312*, and file the
original u.ih the clerk ..f ih. above
siyled conn on or ),ft,.iv Jan 14.
1*73, otherwise h d.-'aul' Kill be .11-
lered axainul you for th.- reliaf de-
manded in the ooni;.lint or petition
Thl* notice shall lie mil.lolud once
ah rt.ek for font eon ecutive aeek*
in Tin; JKU ISII FI/lRIDIAN
\\ IT.NKss m> hand and the *wrl
of said .-..uri at .Miami. Florida on this
I hi day of Dec. lvTl
K p 1 BATHBRMAN,
A- ( 'lei If, Circuit 1 oui I
Iii.le Ciunlv. Florida
Ilv: I' M ic-s-.-i.;
As Dejiuly Clerk
(( Ircull C..un S.ali
1-llV DFRU.'ES OF
MAC MERMKI I.
I".H, S U Third Avenue
Miami. Fla !lHW mr.4-.ni.-A
By: MICHAEL P. CHASE
f< -f Colin, 1I1
A Home) i .1 Petitioner
1..... 11 U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SBRVICE
(NO PIOPERTVi
, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIHA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTv
CIVIL' ACTION NO 71--J3115
(Judae Teta)
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
"MK MARRI m;K, iF
KATiri i:i:n i.ii..M.\ii:oii:r-.
w He.
and
RICH U'l' M.\l:VKY
I |H'M ui;i di:c
Ilu-I. 11 A
<< RICHARD HAHV-Et
I 'HOMMEDrEC
168 'ollpmi Al
N. w Rocbelle, V. w York
VOC ARK HER :|:' N. .i'll-'l II.
Ihal .,t ., l "In' .f Mar
11.ii:e has been li'.-.l -r rial you and
v oil : v ,, POP) il
-. -in 1 defei if an). lo \:
on Fl'l.l 1:1: RRCMER. xess &
i', ,|| RN for Petltionei
ui.se aid.-.-- 1.- JU W.-.-t FlafMel
>l 111 !" H ..... '
file Ihe oi b il u*lth Ihe !. 1. ,
iliove ityled eourl on or before Jan-
uarj S '.7- oiiwiwis. a delault will
1 ...... 1 ,.-i .1 1 11 ,,,r ih.- 1 ellel
demand.-.1 in the complaint or n. tition
1 hi* noi 1. shall b, publ
1 i ureeV f"1' four con*e"Utive w,-
,11 THE .IFiWISH I'l > iRII : \ S
WITNESS m\ hand and t". .. ,,i ...
eourl ai .M'-.nn Florida mi Ihla
1-1 da) ,,, Deceml...... ii'Ti
1: n 1 1: \i'!ii:i: v an
A 1 '.. ('-,-, c i '.ort
Dade Count). Florida
B] N \ urniTT
As [i...-,itv Clerk
. o.-iri Court s. .,i,
FC1 111 RRt'MER, Moss A,-
COHEN
u si pi ,,... >..
Miami Floriil 1 Mi in
v f..i ne) I 11 Petitioner
:,10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-43C6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: INI.......<
MARY K I EPOSKY
a l t"> K I KPoc/.KV
1 >, H eased
To All Creditor! and All Pueaona Hav-
im: claims ,.r Demand* Acainal Bald
INlale:
You are herali) notlflddj and re-
iinired t>, |,resent any clainis and de-
mands whuh you may luv, aamUiat
the estate ,f MARY K LEPOSKY
a 1 a MARY K. I KPo.ZKY .l.c.a-
1.1 i.,(. ,r Dade County, Florida, to
th. Count) Judjcrs of Dade County,
and file the same In dujuicate and
as provided in Section 7:1.11'.. Florida
Statutes, in their offices, in the C.un-
tv Courthouse in Hade County. Flor-
ida. Within si\ calendar months from
ihe time of the first publication
hereof, or the same wdl he liarrivl.
Dated at Miami. Florida! this ISth
da) of November. A D. V-71
IRENE I.. KOVACH
As Fcxecutrlx
Kirs' nahlicatlon of this notice on
he .1-1 day of December, l71
DAVID M IIONRHAK
Vttornev for C .., in.,.
lt"7 N" W T(h Street. Miami. Fla.
|n-17 l'I
NOT'CE VNOCR
I F'CTITIOUS NAME LAS
Ntii'l,- .K.v >all
. the untie I
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the 'n i uil .1>iUI I
FJoi
RAIMJ'NI "
KAIJIlNlMl i. ISTf.l .
MARVIN II
Attori I
: and It ...
IN THE COUNTY JUOQt'tCOP
IN AND FOR DAOE CCL'^TV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No '
(FRANK B DOWLING'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: I.--
Cl VIHK I* IKF.MAN
I.....:.....I
T. All Cred loi
in|! Clainis 01 .
!.
Vou are hei
quired In pr. -
man,I- which
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Dated al Mia. I *l*
dayofNovem.
Find pub -r^'l
the liitti da)
TAI IANOPF \N-:' |; ,l"-1'
Attorney for >, Fl
ISO I .
,N THE CUUNTY ^%l$f
IN AND'FOR DAOI^P.TE
FLORIDA-IN PROBA t
No --W3
(FRANK Q. DOWLINO,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
h. RE: EaiaK .,
MORRIS 1" RW 1 io
lie-as-,! v.:1,. ,
^Via'in '^
KVou'-re herebj ...^*\
iMiired io in. in .-'-'
iL.tids which yp,rK\ioRwrr*N
the estat- Ol MO 4"*"":, V......
as,.,, 1....... >< Si,0jJ
to ihe Count) ."'; Juu!:""!
I>. and Hie Ihe --III
and as provided
Florida BUtUt. '"' Tmile '"P.I
Ui, County Courlhouae in (.:lW
tv Florida. ith ,,,,. ntjl
nionth* from the <:'". rf
, iml.nation h.-reoi. or
i be barred. norate '"
Haled ai Miami. ,-,
da, of November, A U^j,
rj iA* rTxertdH* ,.. .|
Piral pul.lic.tio" "'",,;:
th- ith Hav of Npvemb*6
Attorney for Fannie Horj^*
_-.,.- Collins Avi M-';',",., Jill*"


lay
, December 10, 1971
vJewisii MarikMan
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I (NO PROPERTY)
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
li FVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
of FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
I CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-23024
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
A OF MARRIAGE
k-F Tin- Marriage Of:
hi WALKER MANtiAN,
WrTAJWHUH .\ianhan.
KOUBRT ARTHUB MANGAN
. ;4 Dorothy Street
riillcrest
Kinghamton, New ^ork
,r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iti action for Dissolution of Mar-
',.' i.as bean filed ;iK>"Ht you and
..... required to serve a copy of
r written defenses, if any, to It
wnsi.ee H. FERDIE, attorney
Petitioner, whose address is 1150
1st Street. Suite-3ur, Miami,
I;, 33180; and file the original
the clerk of the above styled
t on or before January 3, H'72;
.rwise a default will be entered
Just you for the relief demanded
[l......rupl.iint or petition.
is notice shall be published once
w.-ek for four consecutive weeks
r'lti: JEWISH Fl/'RIDIAN.
ITTNKSS my hand and the seal
laid court at .Miami, Florida on this
. of N<'V.. l'-'il.
i: It. liEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Daile t'ounty, Florida
By: J. J. NELSON
As Deputy Clerk
r- u:; Court Seal)
fc.sl.BB K. FBRDIB
f S.W. 1st Street, Bulte-305
n. Florida :i;<130
i ;..i Petitioner
12/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 71-22734
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE t >F
GEORGE 8BGUROLA, husband
and
GEORGINA SEGL'ROLA, Wife.
you, GBORGINA SEtifROLA.
residence address: 50 orient Way
Rutherford, Sew Jersey n7 qulred to file your answer to the pe-
tition for dissolution of marriage with
the clerk of the above Court and
serve a cop} thereof upon, HERMAN
COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11 Congress
Mid*.-. Miami, Florida 83132 on or
befon Jan. 7, i!>72. Otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you.
E. 11. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Curt
By: It. M. KTK8BE
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JfYTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, dealring to engage
IbuMtw ss under the fictitious name
WEDDING MASTERS <>F Fl.oR-
,,t 1820 B.W. Slth Avenue, Ml-
Fla. intends to register said
i ;ih the Clerk of the Circuit
i: I lade County, Florida.
FRANCES HORODNER
11/28 12 :t -1 o -1 t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTIt'B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, desiring to engage in
under the. fictitious name of
l.v s BEAUTY SHOP at 1T11> Alton
.Miami Beach. Florida intend
[register said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
un.l.i.
ISRAEL SOSNOWICZ
SARA SOSNOWICZ
fcNRY NORTON
oniey for applicants
m lfldg., .Miami
11/26 1S/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
INOTTCE IS HEilBllY OIVKN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious namu
A Y SERVICE at 14H77 N W.
I I'ourt. Opa Locks, Dade County.
Iml.i., Intends !< register said name
(1th the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
11A1SCO. INC.
IIERIIBRT A GOLD
IWNi.EY I> CAIDIN
for RaMco, inc.
7 N W. 24th Court
ip.i ijot ka, Florida
11 26 12 .1-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-22050
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
KEMP P. It. BONNER, Jit.
and
HAZEL A. BONNER.
TO: HAZEL A BONNER,
Residence i'nknown
Address I'nknown
TOO AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against yuu and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on ROBERT 11. BURNS, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 3.'."
Lincoln Rd., .Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore December 22, 1971: 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 JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
this 12th day of November. 1971.
E. R LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQl'IRE
3.-.0 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla. .'.31-1241
Attorney for Petitioner
11/19-2* 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 used.
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
lhf'esuite"f>' BEATRICE TOBIAS
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida) to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the sum.- In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 7JJ -
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 15th
day of November, ad. 1971.
HAROLD M. WIENER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the l!th day of November, 1971.
LESTER ROGBR8
Attorney for Executor
14a4 N.W. 17th Avenue
11/19-26 12 3-in
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
and) rslgned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
MARVIC REALTY at 177 Ocean
li..- Drive, Miami. Florida intend to
bgixtei -aid name with the Clerk of
e Circuit Court of Dade County,
orida
MARGERY HOROWITZ
VICK1 RUBIN
PINK. J ICOBSON, BLOCK &
HKMET, P \
". rnej for .Margery Horowitz and
.ii.in
_________11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
le Undersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
CADEMY PREP SCHOOL at 407
t 'in Road, Miami Beach, Florida
to register said name with
ii- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AMERICAN
SCHOOLOF LANGUAGE*?, INC.
IS) Sheldon N. Rose, President
RICHARD & OROSfl
Mloruey* for American
School of Languages
In Road
iuunl Beach, Florida
11/26 12/3-11-17
NOTICE UNDER
,, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
hi ICB ls HEREBY OTVEN that
t Ul"lers|giied, desiring to engage in
[oii-niis. Uni|,.r ti,e fictitious name of
'..i:i:y s CATERERS at 237 North
imini \ venue. Miami, Florida In-
m ''."'ls to register said name with the
l,'"rK. "' the Circuit Court of Dade
l*"unt>. Florida.
I.MI1T..V TKRKY ZBIOLER
l.vai.Tux i-. GOODMAN
lKo'rn.''! ""' Terry's Caterers
|*uu.' B20 Biscay** Building
{West Flagler Street
'".inn. Florida 81130
____ 11/2B 12/3-11-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4559
(PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of DOROTHY BAl'ER
a/k/aDOROTHY BAl'ER COHN
I N'l'i'llM'll
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 whjoh you may have against
the .slate of DORoTHY BAl'ER
a/k/a DOROTHY BALER COHN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
1-ated at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of November, A.D. 1971.
WILLIAM BERTCHER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 19th day of November. 1971.
DWID a RUMBLE ESQ..
Attorney for Executor
S60 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
11 '19-26 12 3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
(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
TIBOR KASZAL
liu.-bam!.
TO: TIBOK KASZAL
Matyas Fold
Tancsics I't 10
Budapest, Hungary
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been Hied against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, it any. to it
on A. E. PACZ1ER. ESQ., GOLD-
MAN, GOLDSTEIN ts PACZIBR, At-
torney for Petitioner, 2401 West Flag-
ler, street, Miami, Florida 3313B, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Dee.
27th, 1971; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This none,' shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI>)RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
11th day of November, 1S71.
B. T.. LEATHERMAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I hide County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A. B PACZIBR
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN &
PACZIBR
24"1 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33136
Attorney lor Petitioner
ll/lfl-26 12/3-10
.*v i ICE 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 OF
PATRICIA G. HETSEL
Wife
and
CARL K. HETSEL, Jr.
Husband.
TO: SOT. CARLK. HETSEL JR
S.S, No. 409-80-9731
Clark Air l-'orce Base
Manila.
Republic of the Philippines
You, CARL K. HETSEL. Jr. are
hen by notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a eopy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff* attorney. MARSHALL
B. FISHER, 7914-A l"4th Street, Ken-
dall, Florida 38156 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 31st day of Dec, 1971. If
you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
tin- relief demanded in the Bill of
< 'omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tills lMh day of Nov. A.D.
E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
1971.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: R. M. KI8SEE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
MARSHALL It FISHER
7914-A 104th Street
Kendall. Florida 33156
Tele : 271 -11082
Attorney for Plaintiff
11/26 12 2-l"-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1'NITED DISPATCH SERVICES at
.1401 N.w. S6th street, Miami, Fla.
Intend to register said name with tin
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RENE LOPEZ
DAVID ROMANO
11 '19-26 12/3-10
_, NOTICE UNDER
WrJ. CT'TIOUS NAME LAW
""TICE is HEREBY OP/EN that
In I,,"" IMl;,"d. desiring to engage
'.f imi,1',".'"" (tnder the fictitious name
J>uWa "OTEL at number 1433
11
-. 1371.
PHILIP HI .COM
KOBE Hi.' ii >M
I^WSv^BOO
I ""mi. Florida 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
know n as
HELEN M. C.RF.C.01UCH,
Plaintiff.
R CASE! GREOORICH,
Defendant. ____
TO- It CASEY OREGOR1CH
3u6i Edgewater Lang
La Cross,-, Wisconsin 64601
You, R. CASEY QREGORICH. are
hereby notified that a Complaint for
Partition lias been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney.
SOL ALEXANDER. BSQ 19 \/^-
ler Street, suite 317, Miami, Florida.
S3130. and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the < lent
of the Circuit Curt on or before (he
27th day of December. 1971. _*"8
fail to do so. judgment by df'auii
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Complaint.
The Property involved in this suit
le described as foBows: ,rri
l,,t 8, of ROSE PARK ADDI-
TION ONE according to the I lat
thereof, recorded In Fla Book
IS. at page II. of the Pi. .he Rec-
ords of Hade County, '''"'/"Vr, ,,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ibis 16th day of November,
lW1, E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: n M. kisseb
Deputy llerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ J|/M|
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEMVICE
(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: DON AI J) W. MASON, JR.
Residence I'nknown
Address unknown
rOU ARK HEREBY' NOTIFIED
that an gallon for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been tiled against you and
you are required to serve a copy ol
I Vour written defenses, if any, to it
Ion ROBERT H BURNS, attorney for
: Petitioner, whose address is ::."i" Lin-
coln Rd., .Miami Beach, Fla., and file
the original with the clerk of the
above stvied murt on or before De-
i ..mber 22. 1971; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded 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
12th da) of November. i!'7i
E. B. LEATHER-MAN.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dad.- i "ount>. Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H BURNS
360 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fin. r.SI-1241
Attorney for Petitioner .......
11/19-26 12/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to I ngage
ill business under the fictitious name
,', EL OLOBO SUPERMARKET at
470-478 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
Cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
LWlLPH0&INOjpOBPORATION
ByJOSEA-SOmSECRBTARY
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious .name ol
\RBETTKR HOT DOGS at 6851 S.W.
8th Street, Miami, Fla. Intend to reg-
ister said name With the I lerH ot
|e Circuit court of Dtffte County,
WOridROBBRT ARBETTEB and
FLAMINIA ARBETTER.hls wife
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4919
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: FQstate of
JA< '< >H SPINDK'L
I deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons II -
ing Claims or Demands Against B
Estate:
You are hereby tKitified
quired to present any claims
iii.mils which you may have,
the estate of JACOB SPIN1
ceased late iif~|iggii"*">unt.y"
to the County Judges of Iade Cou -
ly. and file the same in dupllca -
and as proi Ided In Section 7:;
Florida Statutes, in their offices
the County Courthouse in Dad. Con .
ty, Florida, within six calend
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day of November, A.D. 11*71.
MORRIS SP1NDH3.
josh RBPHUN
As Executors
First publication of this notice
the 26th day of November. lf'T
JOSH RBPHUN
Attorney for Executors
137") Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 331^.f1
ii 26 12 3-10-17
I
17 th
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION. NO. 71-22664
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
BETTY JEAN SAN FORD,
PLTITIONEK
and
ROBERT LEE SANK HID,
KESPt INDENT
TO: ROBERT LEE SANFORD
:i4 Morningside Avenue
New York, New York
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on MARTIN D. 1.1'RIE. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 4864 N.W.
7th Avenue. Miami, Florida 88127,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore December 81, 1971; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for' four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said eourt at Miami, Florida on
this 22nd day of November, 1971,
E It. LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Daile County. Florida
By: C. P, OOI'F.I.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARTIN D LIRIE
HAMAR AND LIRIE
|s".4 N.W. Tih Avenue
Miami, Florida 83137
Attorney 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 RICHARD REESE
1 Dec.-used.
! To All Creditors and All Persons H -
i ing Claims or Demands Against 8a d
' Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and i -
, quired to present any claims
demands which you may have ana.:
the .state ot MARION RICHAR
REESE deceased late of Dade Cou -
ty, Florida, to the County Judge*
Dade County, and file the nv
i duplicate and as provided in Bed
733 16, Florida Statutes, In their o -
flees in the County Courthouse
Dade County, Flotilla, within
calendar months from the time
the tirst publication hereof, or
same will in barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IS .-.
day of Nov., A D. 1971.
DAVID C. HENDERSON
927 4tll SI I eel
Miami Beach, Florida
As Executor
First publication of this notice >dl
the 26th day of November, 1971.
ROBERT H. BURNS
Attorney for Executor
860 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
ii 26 12 8-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring (0 engage in
business under th. fictitious oameol
JEWISH El.r.'ATI.iNAI.PR-DCCTS
Rt Miami. Florida, intends to registei
said name wilh the Clerk of fhe I ir-
, nit Cmr' of Dad,- County Honda.
'DI-i-ATloNA^IMtoDt-'TS. INC.
GERALD CANTOR. President
"c,n n/26 It/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 55201-C
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
DAVID I.EVINSON
I lecens.'d.
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and
Petition for Distribution and Final
Discharge as executors of the estate
of DAVID I.EVINSON. deceased:
and that on the jth day of January.
1972, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as executors of Hie estate of
the above-named decedent. This i-t
lav of H." lulu r. 11*71.
JOSEPH SCIIMIEU
MARY DICKMAN
SIDNEY I.EVINSON
JOSEPH SCHMTER
Attorney
>;:i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida .1:1129
12 8-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-4594
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
PETER RUDNICK
1 I,-ceased.
To All Creditors and All Person- II -
ing Claims or Demands Against > ,
Estate:
You are hereby notified and i -
quired to present any claims and do
mauds which you may ha\e again :
the estate .I PETER RUDNICK de.
eased late of Daile County, Florid i..
to the County Judges of Dade Cou- -
ty, and file the same in duplicate
anil as provided in Section 783.16
Florida Statutes, in their offices i:t
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calend
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same v. [\
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17 -.
day of November. A.D. 1971.
JACK A. ABBOTT
As Administrator
C.T.A.
First publication of this notloi
the 26th d.,y or November, 1971.
ABBOTT \ND FRUMKE8
Attorney for Administrator
42" Lincoln Ro.ul, Miami Beach. I"
11 :;ii 12 .'i-l"-! '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-23333
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BENJAMIN S LEVTNE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAE I.EVINE.
Defendant.
yOU MAE LBVINB, 285 East !1
Street, Brooklyn, New York. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your
Written defense to Ibis A11 liullllelll
with the Court's Clerk and serve a
copy upon Piai'ntiff's Attorneys, VON
ZAMFT SMITH, 1612 Capital Bank
Bldg, Miami, Florida on or before
the II day of Jan., 1972, else the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
DATED: December 2, 1971,
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
B u. M. KISSEE
Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit Court s. al l
12 la-17-24-21 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of El. MI'.NDO Sl'PERMARKET at
1061 Wast Flagler street. Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit I'ourt of Dade
County, Florida
PI 2 HOLDINO CORPORATION
B) PEDRO J. PEREZ, SECRETARY
n/26 12,3-10-1H
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 w INKLBR
wife ;
ROBERT K. VVINKLER
Husband
To: ROBERT K, WINKLER
< Resilience unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol* .Mi.
nag.- has been filed against you an '.
you are required to. serve a cop\
your written defenses, if any, to it
MARSHALL B. FISHER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 7914-A
li'4th Street, Miami. Florida,
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
Dee 21st.. 1971: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for u
relief demanded In the complaint
petition.
This notice shall be publisl .
each week for four consecutive wt
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the -
of -aid com t at Miami, Florida on.
thin '-t>i day of Nov., 1971.
i: if. E\'IHERMAN,
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: R M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S.ah
MARSHA I.I. B. FISHBR
7"i i- a l'lHh sir< el
Miami. Florida 83166
Attoi ncv lor Petitioner
ll 26 12 3-10-17
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Miami. Florida Friday, December 10, 1971
SecticmD
amam
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Friday. D^
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
My>
has year-round appeal
Like boats out of the past, with long narrow
prows arching upward, the Nazare fishing
fleet is painted brilliant blues, reds, and
greens. Each morning the hardy fishermen
sail off to seek their livelihood. When the
boats return at evening, they are hauled
onto the shore by teams of oxen which
have spent the day dozing on the beach.
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An exceptionally large Chanukah menorah, six feet,*
inches high, has reached the Israel Museum from Genna
The menorah was apparently made for a synagogue hi
area of Lvov (Lemberg) late in the 17th or'early 18th Cs
tury. The top has a bird with spread wings and thecarfi
are placed in shell shaped bowls. The menorah. which hi
not been lit for at least 100 years, was in the Vienna dJ
tion of Dr. Franz Lumpe von Mallewitz. It went on saleil
1968 and was bought by Willy Kaus. owner of the Genal
Metzler tire corporation, who donated it to the Israel h\
seum in Jerusalem. At the Museum it towers over all fcel
other 578 menorahs, the largest and most leDresentuSnl
menorah collection in the world.
m
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LOUIS NUTA, JR.
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Phone 633-6391
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National Freezers
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RIKKFS STUDIO, INC.
2256 Coral Way Phone 443-5086
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CAPRA'S RESTAURANT
8400 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
Telephone 758-3766
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A and F LEATHER GOODS
729 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Phone 531-3919
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ECONOMY OHM 0; STORE
1101 N.W. 3rd AVENUE-373-1264
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SYLVIA & JACK GREENBERG
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ALL TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL ft COMMERCIAL ROOFS
ALFRED BOULERICE ROOFING
11270 S.W. 47th St. 221-1468
Rural settlement in Israel has
undergone considerable changes
since the emergence of the State.
While in the early years 1949-
1952 .hundreds of agricultural
villages were established, a re-
trenchment in the rate of settle-
ment ,set in subsequently.
Though development continued
and new forms of settlement
such as rural regional settlement
emerged, a trend to specialization
in agricultural production began
taking shape together with a con-
stant increase in the means of
production on a par with the ef-
forts to increase income and so
keep pace with the rising stand-
ards of living in the country. In
the last years before the Six Day-
War 1960-1967 hardly any
new agricultural settlements were
founded, all efforts being directed
at consolidating and strengthening
the existing agricultural villages.
The Six Day War and the large
scale aliyah that began flowing
to this country gave a spurt to re-
newed settlement efforts, although
not on a scale commensurate with
the number of new arrivals to the
country. From June 1967 until
June 1971 about 132,000 people ar-
rived in Israel, yet only about
7,500 immigrants settled in rural
regions, and another 4,400 are in
the process of joining agricultural
settlements.
This means that only ahout, 9%
of the new immigrants arriving to
the country have settled or are
about to settle on the land. This
rate undoubtedly falls short of the
I>ercentage of new arrivals divert-
ed to agricultural settlement in
the past, but must be ascribed in
part to the social composition of
recent aliyah as well as to the
limitations imi>osed on the expan-
sion of the scope of agricultural
production.
Recently changes have been
made which will enable the ab-
sorption of more new settlers in
rural regions. In the first piace
there has been an increase of pro-
duction for agricultural exports
which in the past had been limit-
ed to a small variety of items,
mainly citrus. Recently, exports in
increasing proportions of products
such as vegetables and flowers as
well as field crops, mainly cotton,
have been registered.
The export of vegetables jnd
flowers calls for special organiza-
tion on the part of the producers.
Most of these crops grow either
under glass or plastic covers so
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recent trend I

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* Jewish n-crkttan
Page 5-D
while on the one hand pro-
fction requires but a limited area
[land, on the other the financial
lostnient per land unit is very
^h. These branches of produc-
i also call for specialization
j considerable know-how on the
rt of the farmers.
fhe relatively small area of
lid and quantity of water needed
these crops enable Israel to
pand its scope of production ap-
eciably despite the serious limit-
Ions on the quantity of water at
disposal of the farmers. A sur-
of European markets shows
el will be in a position to in-
ease its exports of off-season
getables and flowers and to
mpete with other exporting
untries. Israel enjoys consider-
|]e climactic advantages over
St countries in that its winters
mild and that a plastic cover
sufficient to ensure ample crops.
ntirp new settlements will thus
' able to base themselves on pro-
motion for export.
IDuring the past year important
vetopmmtts have taken place on
world meat and milk markets.
nee the beginning of 1970 world
sat prices have risen consider-
. with production dropping
prices spiraling. Israelis are
kv fenced to pay some 30%-50%
we for their meat than they
used to. Since local conditions are
not conducive for the production
of all the meat consumed in the
country, considerable amounts of
foreign currency have had to be
spent on the acquisition of meat
at ever increasing costs.
Similar developments have taken
place in milk products, such as
butter and cheese. Israel's agri-
cultural development policy,
therefore, is directed to reducing
foreign currency expenditure on
such products by producing local
substitutes. Part of the former
meat imports are now covered by
the increased production of turkey
meat. The cost of grains used as
feed has remained stable, and so
it is preferable to import grams
and to step up the production of
turkey rather than to import
cattle meat which is constantly
rising in price.
The expansion of turkey raising
is likely to solve various economic
problems and difficulties besetting
many settlements, especially such
as labor under land and climatic
limitations, especially in the hill
regions. Planners are also stepping
up dairy production. Whereas in
the past milk products, particular-
ly butter, were considerably more
expensive in Israel than on the
world markets, the price gap has
now been reduced. Such develop-
ments therefore have led to the
stepping up of these branches of
production in Israel and the crea-
tion of new openings for the ex-
pansion of agricultural settlement.
Another trend is to be noted in
rural settlement in Israel, the in-
creasing industrialization not only
of kibbutzim but also of mosha-
vim. In some kibbutzim the scope
of industrial production exceeds
that of agriculture both in terms
of income as well as in manpower
engaging in industry. In the mo-
shavim industry still occupies a
minor role but in recent years we
have seen the establishment o' a
considerable number of industiial
enterprises in such villages.
These enterprises are owned co-
operatively by the moshav. The
members of the moshav who en-
gage in them receive wages, and
the ultimate profits are shared by
all the members of the settlement.
Endeavors to introduce industrial-
ization are made especially in such
settlements where possibilities of
agricultural development are lim-
ited, owing to climatic and other
conditions. Such industrialization
will make it possible for the mo-
shavim to absorb new settlers
even though they intend engaging
only in agriculture.
The tendency to introduce re-
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Kennedy enter for the Perform-
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United States.
Leonard Bernstein. Artal D.>n>-
ti. Julius Rudel, Isaac Stern to
list the top four alphabetically
drew tremendous plaudits from
some of tiie most sophisticated
audiences in American cultural
history that filled the Opera
House and Conceit Hall dining
their dedicatory week in early
September.
Among the illustrious spectators
at Bernstein's Mass that officially
opened the Center was composer
Aaron Copeland who was warmU
-mbraccd by his colleague ol
many years before the perform-
ance when they met at the Ken-
nedy family's lx>x-
"Above everything." Copeland
was telling the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency just before Bernstein's
anival. "one seldom sees a man
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deserves it more than Leonard
Bernstein.
In a sense Copeland epitomized
he collective Jewish participation
in the gala week of culture. This
is not to minimise the immense
contributions of others without
whom there would l>e no programs
end no center. Neither is artistic
quality parochial. Yet the proud
[acts are that, apart from the cast
itself, live of the eleven key prin-
cipals i" the presentation of Bern-
Stein's Mass are Jewish, the con-
ductor of the first symphony con-
cert, its first instrumental solo,si
and the only living composer con-
tributing to it are Jewish; the
musical directors tor both world
premieres are Jewish. And, a- il
happens, the Inventor ml
facturer f the organ
"Mass" also is Jewish.
Besides Bernstein hinv-.
eipals lis'<'|i ui the
gram broch ire toi
elude: Stephen SchwarfeoJ
.v and lyricist who was a.-**
with ]>,< in in v.:
duction; Gordon D
productioi
guided twenty othei
ductions;
steal direct' < :, B
municipal ^
and Corpus
Mrs. Dian
nator who ,i.iccj ti^j
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Page 7-D
the cast of 20.
by the way. told JTA
father came to New York
BKlidad whore his ancestors
en living since the fall of
und Temple. "Wq are, not
Jews.." .h a ride. He explained that his
is spelled in accordance
lie original Hebraic sound;
ain, the name became
stein was commissioned to
jthe work in the martyred
jut's memory by Mrs. Jac-
Kennedy Onassis. How-
ie sent word from Greece
! would not attended the
Bon for pei-sonal ieasons.
pin and the President were
It, I from Harvard a year
[Tlie composer was born in
Lawrence, Mass.. the son
L.m-1 Joseph and Jennie Res-
grnsteiit He was music (li-
the New York Philhnr-
[fiom 1958 to 1969 when he
its laureate conductor to
more time to composition
(np "Mass." His first and
.symphonies were named
niali" and "Kaddish."
his "a note from the coin-
in the oiticial program tiO-
Bemstein gives "my spe-
Stitude" to hLs sister Shirley
iii a moment of crisis, turn*
tide by implementing her
belief in the work with swift and
sturdy action." The crisis and her
role are not amplified. In addition,
his note also lauds Hershey Kay
and Jonathan Tunick for the
w-chestrations and Arnold Arn-
i stein for the complex music-copy-
ing. Abo in the"brochure is one of
the week's finest tributes to Presi-
dent Kennedy, a poem on a blue
page written by Jay Alan Lerner.
Under Antal Dorati's leadership
and with Isaac Stern as the guest
violinist, Uie National Symphony
Orchestra formally opened the
Concert Hall. President and MB.
Nixon, making their first appear-
ance at the Center, were present.
With Dorati conducting, "Hail to
the Chief and the "Star Snaneled
Banner" were heard officially for
the first time there, too.
Dorati, born in Budapest in
1906, made his American debut as
a symphonic conductor in 1937. He
has given annual performances in
Israel for the past ten years. I'm
very proud of my Jewish blood,"
he told JTA. "It's :>ot very pure,
there have been intermarriages in
the family, but I have enough to
say I belong to this quarter of the
world."
Vienna-lx>rn Julius Rudel, the
Center's Music Director, conduct-
ed the world premiere of Albert
Ginastera's "Beatrix Cenci," per-
formed by the Opera Society of
Washington. Rudel always wears
the golf leaf symbol of the Palm-
ach in his lapel jacket. "I was
given that," he said to JTA, "for
directing the Israeli symphony in
the Negev."
The ever-iHjpuiar Stern had two
"firsts" at the Center. The Rus-
sian-born violinist, now 51, offered
Mozart selections with the sym-
phony. The President and Mrs.
Nixon joined in standing ovations
to him. Two nights later he ap-
peared with cellist Leonard Rose,
who also is Jewish, and pianist
Eugene Istomin, whose mother is
Jewish, in the inaugural concert
of the Center's Founding Artist
Series. The Pounding Artists con-
tributed a concert to benefit the
Center's Education Fund. Stern.
Rose and Istomin have been per-
forming publicly since the enthus-
iastic reaction to their appearance
at the Festival of Israel in 1961.
They are considered the greatest
musical ensemble of its kind since
the celebrated trio of Jacques Thi-
baud. Pablo Casals and Alfred
Cortot. Discussing his personal
background. Istomin told JTA:
"My mother is Jewish, so what am
I? Out of respect for my father I
cannot say I am a full Jew. But
I am Jewish in spirit."
Fundamental to the presenta-
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ngredients for Kosher snacks are bcir.g pre-
jred by Jo>vish chaplain's assistant Richard
Jinds for Chanukah get-togethers at a USO
;iub in Vietnam (at right). They were pro-
Wed by the National Jewish Welfare Board's
Jewish Chaplaincy as part of its arrange-
nents for Festival of Light observances at in-
stallations in all parts of the world.
foungster at far left shows design of Chanukah
lli>norah he plans to construct under father's
mtchful eye at Jewish Community Center of
Jivater Washington, D.C., workshop. Jewish
ntity projects such as this one are part of
je year-round activities at Centers and YM-
WHAs affiliated with the National Jewish
elfare Board, conducted with a view toward
leepening the individual's sense of Jewish iden-
ification.
hie kindling of Chanukah lights to call atten-
tion to the plight of Soviet Jewry combines the
lewish content and social action programming
bf Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs
lifffiliated with the National Jewish Welfare
Joarcf. The kerosene-filled Menorah being lit
the groujids of the Stamford, Conn., Jewish
Center (center) sets off a community-wide Fes-
tal of Lights observance on behalf of Soviet
Ifewry. The rabbis are Samuel Silver, (left)
Ilex Goldman and Joseph Ehrenkranz.
^r L/eru *ppy
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Phone 633-0162
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To All ... A Very Happy Holiday Season
GREETINGS FROM
N. La Huis
The increased immigration of
Soviet Jews into Israel is a story
of courage, sacrifice and inspira-
tion. It also present* a significant
challenge to every one involved,
once their Aliyah becomes a
rcaljty.
Changing the pattern of one's
life has been the experience ot
most Israelis; new customs and a
new language. With each wave of
immigration, the problems of ab-
sorption in Israel have been met
with sensitivity and success. The
heartening arrival of an increased
number of highly-trained Soviet
Jews has creaUni its own set of
unusual circumstances.
Many of the immigrants' cul-
tural and social expectations need
to be re-oriented in their new en-
vironment. This makes the re-
sponsibility for constructive pro-
grams by the United Jewish Ap-
peal which supports vital immi-
grant absorption programs that
much more compelling.
With the influx of 50.000 new
immigrants to Israel this year,
the pressing need for additional
scholarships, housing and job
training is apparent.
The additional ingredient of ]*(>-
pie from Russia, accustomed to a
Soviet Immigrants
Give Israel New
Joy And Problems
free education through the uni-
versity level and westernized
standards of adequate housing and
job training. com|>ounds the com-
plexity of the problem.
There is an urgent need for a
Btepped-up timetable to find ade-
quate solutions to these needs of
all immigrants. Often, there is
need for specialised training for
a usable skill. Medical service is
expected as a right of citizenship.
And for an immigrant from a
Communist laud, their* is a
need for a new orientation : to
what constitutes the responsi-
bility of tin- individual and what
is the responsibility of the state.
The poignant story of the Itus-
siau shoemaker who was given
a loan by the Jewish. Agency to
FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33135
Open 9:30 a.m. le 2 p.m.
Drive-in window Open: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday evenings Open: 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
TEL. 667-5501 JFDJC
Holiday Greetinqs From .
LANSONS
Styles for men
Lauderdale Mall, Ft. Lauderdale325 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
6650 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOME LUMBER & Industrial Supply Corp,
1050 E. 25th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Phone 691 -8515 HANK PENCHANSKY
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ASTI'S RESTAURANT
FAMOUS ITALIAN CUISINE
448 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
For Reservations 534-2470
A HapDy Chanukah To All .
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MAINTENANCE PAINTING INC.
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PAINTING
16346 W. Dixie Hwy. North Miami Beach 949-8037
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALEX'S FOREIGN & DOMESTIC CAR SERVICE
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE-ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES
1327 N.E. 125th Streat (Rear) 891-7955
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HUDSON'S SERVICE STATION
1185 N.W. 36th STREET 633-6988
open a shop is a tou.hu,.
P'- of this ..if,-^^
o tho imfak ARency to^
th.m wh.n thej oaBBmtfS
customers.
There Is, ol course, a m-
language ban Manyim^
who speak onlj Russianftod wj
inK Hebrew n very diffietft tatl
which makes the commuiuca^
nap that much wider. m^
(language a ni i, finance h
UJA contributions, are an into.
ral part ot all abs^ption .,
crams. '
Bvan the marked fWfinwid
< linuite contribute to thf *
justruent problems oi iWu,
Continued On pilgf |j.p
HOLIDAY GREETINGS 1
JACK'S
CYCLE SHOP
Authorized Dealer
SCHWINN RALEIGH
COLUMBIA BICYCLES ,
REPAIRS AIL MAKES
PICK-UP & DELIVERY
Parking in tier
Phone 891-8457
651 NE 125th St., N.Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
ZIPP
SPORTING GOODS
7230 Red Road, So. Miami
Phone 665-3534
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenut
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happv Chanukah
A Happy Chanukah To All
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
840 Biscayne Blvd., MiW"
Phone 374-8181
Holiday Greetings
From
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida AvenW
Coconut Gfcv
Phone 445-0479
Holiday Greetings From
Edward
Rothbard
Hialeah, Florida


December 10. 1971
vjtwisli fieri dm n
Page 11-D
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
V^ ,W W Of AMERICA, INC. ^*
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE MART
i Alhambra Circle, Suite 510, Coral Gables
fat 445-8881
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PERA GUILD OF
[GREATER MIAMI
1200 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 854-1643
Holiday Greetings From
iND-WAGONER FOOD BROKERS
1130 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
Happy Holiday Greetings
FLORIDIAN FURNITURE
-:- Decorating Consultants -:-
Specializing in Mediterranean-French
Spanish-Italian & Modern Furniture
4795 S.W. 8th Street
448-2639
Happy Holiday Greetings
COURTESY FORD
15555 S Dixie Highway
Phone 238-9211
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C-E BUILDING PRODUCTS
A Division of Combustion Engineering Inc.
1890 N.E. 146th Street
North Miami
A Happy Chanukah To All .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Closed Sunday Pho"e 374-4733
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALLISON GULF SERVICE STATION
TOW SERVICE & GENERAL REPAIRS
ACCESSORIES-TIRES & BATTERIES
17901 N.W. 27th Avenue 621 -9117
A Happy Chanukah To All .
AL'S SERVICECENTER
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
Recent Trends In Israel's Rural Development
Continued From Page 5-I>
(rional rievolopnu'iit with a view to
improving the standuni of sen Ic-
es in the rural regions enables the
settlements to absorb ven more
people who intend engaging in
services. The rural regions tabor
under a shortage of skilled man-
power such as technicians, nurses,
mechanics and artisans. The es-
tablishment of regional service
centers in the rural areas calls for
proficient pers >nnt-' so that con-
sideiahle opportunities for such
settlers in the rural regions will
piesent themselves.
All these changes i>otnt to the
fact that an increasing number
of people will he setting in rural
legions in the near future. A i Ian
drawn up the Jewish Agency's
Rural Settlement Department en-
visages *he absorption of ab.>ut
1.000 new families in the mosha-
vim alone in the c :ming three
wv.is. At out half this number will
be absorbed In agriculture and tin'
other half in non-agricultural oc-
cupations.
Recently the establishment of
rural settlements which will not
mgage solely in agriculture was
commenced. For example, a co-
operative moshav is in the process
.if being established ai rsevei x.aii,
near Jerusalem, where the settlers
hailing mainly from the t'nit.irt
States, will engage in science-bas-
ed industries and in other fields
requiring professional or acadcr.de
training. Agriculture will serve- as
a marginal branch in this settle-
ment.
As for direct absorption in agri-
culture, the Rural Settlement De-
partment is planning the estab-
lishment of villages to tic based on
such branches as present possibili-
ties for development. For example,
a moshav is being planned for "tie
NegcV which \\'V raise \egetai ies
under plastic.
In addition to the moshavim. a
>lan has t>cen evolved for the ab-
sorption of about T.ooo individuals,
,.700 families, in the kibbutzim.
In all. therefore, about 2.700 fz. vri-
iles. or atout 11.000 individuals,
ivill be absorbed in rural se;tle-
nents in Israel in the coming
three years.
At tb.c same time, however.
work is continuing <>n the consoli-
'at ion of the existing villages < >f
the 500 agricultural villages es-
tablished since the emergence of
the State, about half reached full
consolidation by the middle <>:
1971, while of those still under the
care of the Jewish Agency, an ap-
preciable number will be brougl t
Op'to fidl-eonsolidation stage wit' -
in a matter of a few years.
The problematic settlement
such as ihose in the Hill region
wi I also be able to attain consol -
nation in view of the new |m>s-
bilities presenting themselves i
agiic-.lture, such as the product it .
of fowl meat, export crops el,
and the introduction of non-agi -
cultural branches.
The strengthening and conso
dation of the existing settlement^
and the absorption of more sett -
its in agriculture will Increase
agriculture's contribution to tl
country'8 economy and to imrr -
grant absorption in the countrj
bVM n M^
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
REPUBLIC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
NATHANIEL B. ELKINS, PRESIDENT
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores
Phone 759-4521
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the Chanukah Holidays
P. R. RICKLE
To All... A Most Happy Holiday
1001 PORT BLVD. phone 37 -843'
HOWARD S. REE IHII
BROKER
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
PEPI'S CHILDBEDS APPAREL
257 Miracle Mile 448-5113
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
GREETINGS
TROPEX BATTERIES. >-
"First to Last in Batteries"
2100 N.W. 17th AVENUE Ca" 33-3403
ALLRITE TV
700-71st STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE: 865-8661
Extends Holiday Greetings
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC.
HARRY KESSMAN, President
25 N.W. 19th Street, Miami Phone 379-9751 & 371-5073
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SAUL NEUFKLD A ASSOC, IXC.
1686 N.E. 123rd Street
NORTH MIAMI
e Are The Well Covcrinc
Leader in the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WALLTEX"
'IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th Ave-758-8791
Located in Beautiful
Coral Gables
VILLA CORTEZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W. 8th Street.
Coral Gables
445-5453
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With Intcgrily
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
Phone 661-1900
Phone 891-3302
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A Happy Chanukah To All .
AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
454 N.E. 167th STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 947-3469
Chanukah Greetings Fro-i
LEE'S TACKLE. INC.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle
Marine Equipment
Chanukah Greetings From
To All Our Friends
Sol Megdell
Realtor
Phone 538-8551
605 LINCOLN ROAD
A Happy Chanukah To All
ALFRED
BLEEMER
OF FEINER ORGANIZATION
350 Lincoln Road
Phone 531-1211


Page 12-D
+Jewi$i> fhridlicir
Friday, D^
BILL USSERY
MOTORS INC.
297 ALMERIA, CORAL GABIES
PHONE 445-8593
Csxtends Jo fewisn ^^ovnvnunitu
&Q \Jer\j C-^/kt/j m hah
re
&
s o 8 a b
WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKA
Publix Super Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
A Happy Chanukah To All .
NEWI NEW!
FLOOD INSURANCE
Now Available For Your Home and Business
CALL 379-4711
BURRITT, SUBERS & WORLEY, INC.
616 S.W. 12th Avenue, Miami
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALDORA ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
4875 N.W. 77th Ave.
Phone 888-4661
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FIKKMW BUILDERS
"FlffMAN BU/IT MUNS MTtM BUILT"
9300 S.W. 74th Avenue Suite 302 Ph. 235-7811
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC
411 fOtMS OF INSVI4Cf
113 ALMERIA AVENUE CORAL GABLES
Phone 443-3553
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BRIGHT STAR FISH MARKET, INC.
1676 N.E. 164th Street Phone 945-9431
FISH GROUND FREEI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
Soviet Jewish Writer of
"There's not a single town in Russia with-
out Jews in whom the spark of Jewish na-
tionalism has burst into flame, and who are
ardent supporters of the State of Israel." This
statement was made by Eliezer Podriachik, a
Jewish writer and scholar who recently ar-
rived in Israel with his wife a Yiddish
actress.
Podriachik has been a contributor to "So-
vietisch Heimland" the Communist Quar-
terly the only Yiddish publication in the
Soviet Union, in which he wrote mainly on
Jewish and Hebrew literary themes.
"The Jews of the Soviet Union are not
lacking in Jewish national pride, and no mat-
ter what measures the Soviet authorities take
in order to repress their national awakening,
they only succeed in fanning the flame. On
the contrary, every oppressive measure they
take, every show-trial they stage in order to
extirpate the sense of Jewish consciousness
only helps to strengthen it. The existence of
the State of Israel is the most important
factor in uniting the Jewish people in Soviet
Russia." says Eliezer Podriachik, who speaks
excellent Hebrew and describes himself as "a
Jew from the land of Jews."
Jewish Revival In Ru$
Asked how many Russian Jew* -
^1*1
emigrate to Israel. Podriachik '*
not venture to estimate xt*TJL
wasn't a question of quantity but Zt
courage and heroism. It was n ex2?
deep personal urge and an tosttSTS
need, and can be traced to many J"
was the desire of a people /fj*
had found its way to the heart JT
generation. One needed the *' ,
time to fully understand /^A
awakening, he declared.
"Take the Soviet Jewish hew,
present day Mikhail Zand forexam^
had heard his name nine months ago' V
he born only today? This awakening'hJ
outcome of the Six-Day War alone ZJ
back at 1947, I organize-: in collaboration^
another Jew, whose nani, I cannot maJ
courses in Yiddish, and Jewish students!
ed to me by the hundreds. Only a few
ago a young man knocked at my dcx*||
didn't know a word of Yiddish or HctrJ
but he placed on my table a 200-page tW|
manuscript in Russian on the Jewish pe
He had gathered the information frommji
Good Wishes from ...
IRVING L. WEXLER
Muzak Corp,
Dade, Broward and
Monroe Counties
531-7341
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami, Florida
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK ZISAAAN
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
and Best Wishes to All
GREtTINGS TO All
Not "Just Another" Eating Pic
Kenny's Restaurant
Air Conditioned
Phone 374-4658
200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Open 24 Hours
PETE'S LAWN MOWER
SERVICE
Sharpen!*! Factory Method
Small inqint Repair* Xtita/i
8195 N.W. 17th AVE.
(Formerly on 79th Street)
Phone 693-0221
Pete Taste, Owmtr
ML 110 CIMINT
1 fee
DIXIE PiaURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
to All His Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A Happy Chanukah To All
Snowbrite
Roof Cleaning & Painting Co.
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
BEST WISHES F081
THE HOLIDAYS-
SUNSET:
PLUMBING ft
6022 South Dixie Highwif
South Miami
Phone 6614542
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. B0UTILIER
(New Owner)
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
Holiday Greetings To Our
Friends and C'^stomers
DONZI MARINE
2940 N.E. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
TROPICAL
PHOTO STUDIOS
PORTRAITS, COPIES,
PHOTOS-HOME SITTINGS
PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT
125 NE 2nd Street
Phono 3 73-0204
Holiday Greetings From
OVERHOLT
JEWELERS
7220 Red Road
Phone 665-2112
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
trom
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER
A Happy Chanukah To All
SID MARGOLIS and
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
PrescriptionsBarton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami -271-3081
Holiday Greetings From..
HEARNE ELECTRIC
Serving North Dade ArM
Reptin Rewiring Nw Wcr
Residential Cemmercijl
18320 N.E. 12th Avem*
North Miami Beach
947-0375
A Happy Chanukah To.
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenua
Miami Shores
754-9508
Holidav Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Uljfsnerv.ce
M005 W.Dixie H*Y
North Miami Beach, Hi.
Phone 891-2052
Hapov Holiday To *
many friends and cMB-
M. n. vvtc*
"Better Class Homes
*J9L to*
975 Arthur Godfrey
538-1843 MJamj*^


December 10, 1971
*AnisfMeridian
Page 13-D
sources. It-was aT>rlmlttve compilation to
suro, but it was symptomatic of the deep
e of the Russian Jewish1 youth to* learn,
nvestigate, to return to the sources.
'The Jewish people in Russia are desirous
learn about themselves and about their
t. They have regained their national pride.
force radiated by the State of Israel is
pscribably great. The State serves as a
ling force. The broadcasts of 'Kol Yisrael'
cli ivory Jewish home. There is a real
jkoning."
|Eliezer Podriachik does not believe in
lacles except in one the fact that he
been allowed: to leave the Soviet Union.
tuple talk about the Jewish miracle in the
5.S.R. But the Jewish awakening in Russia
hot to be looked upon as a miracle. I don't
geve in miracles because miracles are un-
ilainable. Such an awakening is engend-
by ideological cultural and political in-
jtlve?. It's an expression of an internal urge,
an unquenchable drive for self-definition,
an assertion of national pride. These are
fbc sought not in miracles but in historical
circumstances. Such changes are not brought
about in one or even 10 years. We have learned
from Jewish history that all great national
misfortunes led to revival and resurgence. The
holocaust and the destruction of the Jewish
communities in Europe resulted in the emerg-
ence of the Jewish state.
"Whenever Jew meets Jew in the Soviet
Union after the elapse of some time, it is
customary for him to ask 'Are you still here'?
(implying, have you not yet gone on aliyah
to Israel")?
Podriachik's wife, Dina, a graduate of the
Moscow Academy of Theatrical Art, often ap-
peared with the Russian Jewish singer Nehama
Lifstitz. In all her public appearances she
made it her business to introduce into her
readings passages from classical Jewish litera-
ture, such as Mendele, Shalom Aleichem and
Peretz. Occasionally she tried to introduce
surreptitiously Hebrew excerpts together with
their Yiddish translations, such as for ex-
ample, passages from the Song of Songs.
This "trick" sometimes worked and some-
times did not, he reported.
Holiday Greetings
IESTCHESTER
I MUSIC MART
iliit in Folk-Foreign
biWrn Classical A Opera
jctions in *M Instrument*
ISl Coral Way 221-2025
loppy Chanukah To All
The Gardiner
School
140 N.E. 119th STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
[Happy Chanukah To All
NORMANDY PLAZA
HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVE
866-2701
MRS. BELLE SHERRY
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
Complete Real Estate Service
1 extend best wishes for
Happy Chanukah To Al1
Holiday Greetings To All
JNSHINE of MIAMH
CAP MFG. CO
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
*mi Ph. 371-4652
Holiday Greetings To -
The Jewish Community -
iFine Potato Chip Co.
13485 N.W. 65th St., Miami
691-0231
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLi INSURANCE- MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
A Happy Chanukah To All .
From
AMERICAN ELEVATOR CORP.
13126 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY, N. MIAMI
Phone 891-2336
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CROSSLY
-WINDOW

CORP.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
7375 N.W. 35th AVENUE
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL SALES
Phone 691-1250
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Pawligor Building Industries
1730 S.W. 97th Avenue, Miami
Phone 221-8211
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SKAGSETH-BRYANT, INC.
925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 371-5554
A Happy Chanukah To All .
DADE Heating & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
4408 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Mr. Alex Kowel 444-8337
Telephone 443-4671
TO ALL .GREETINGS
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300-1st National Bank Bldg., Coral Gables, Fla.
Telephone 443-4671
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SUZANNE, LTD., INC.
52 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Phone 445-8104
HOLIDAY GRfcbflNGS ttOM"
Roger French Custom Tailors
Custom Made Shirts
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., Sooth Miami Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
86 N.E. 79th STREET
759-1669
MANICURING RAZOR CUTTING
SKYLAKEtMALL
BARBER SHOP
Ptrsonofaed Strvict Our Sptc/oWy
:
Phone 945-9315
1771U. Miami tarsus*.
I. MIAMI, FLIMBft 331S2
A Happy Chanukah To All .
maule
MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd. 377-8941
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
-:- -:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:- -:-
FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC.
A Subsidary of Belcher Oil Company
Manufacturers and Oil Burning Specialists
E. McArthur Causeway, Miami, Florida 672-4692
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
5840 S. DIXIE MWY. SOUTH MIAMI
A Happy Chanukah To All .
GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 947-5661
A Happy Chanukah To All .
IHTI'll PACKING m.. INC.
4115 N.W. 28m STREET
PHONE 871-3640
To Our Many Friends and Patrons ... Greetings
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
5301 NW 37th AVE. Phone 633-0116


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>Jeni Russian immigrants at the end of a long journey, moving into their
new home in Israel.
GREETINGS!
DORWIN'S
MEN'S & BOYS SHOP
"Smart Shop *or Young Men'
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 532-4061
Happy Chanukah To All
CECIL J.
MOBLEY
REALTOR
924 Lincoln Road Suite 208
Phone 531-5728
Miami Beach, Florida
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OUCHICK, Pres.
A Happy Holiday To All
J*^ OF MIAMI
Women*8 Apparel
319 N.W. 25th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE- 634-624R
*\ Happy Chanukah To All
CAPITAL ROOFING CO
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
7553 Cutlass Avenue
North Bay Village 865-3205
A Happy Chanukah To Al!
SNAPP INC.
Sandblasting-Goniting
and Waterproofing
2902 N.W. 22 St. 635-0687
Happy Holiday Greetinqs
SAC CONSTRUCTION
Marvin Sheldon
Phone 667-8866
Stanley Cohen
9501 SO DIXIE HWY.
ROBERT H. FAUST
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
7801 S.W. 48th PI. 667-98361
MARYLAND
FRIED CH1CKEIS
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.I. 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
DacU Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125h Street
North Miami
891-6300
A Happy Chanukah To All
from
STANLEY BORNSTEIN
SEMIXOLK
Tile Co.
13305 S.W. 88th Avenue
Phone 233-5722
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Crvrirminity
GREENWOOD
REALTY
*>.661-A COLLINS AVENUFl
MIAOT BEACH. FTORIDA
Phone 532-4761
Hobday Greetings
to the
Jewish Community
NORMANDY
CLEANERS
964 Normandy Drive
Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings
DOTSON
TIRE CO.
"Worlds Largest Daytcn
Tire and Dotson Retread
Distributor"
900 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 377-4086
JACK WEAVER
OFFICE SUPPLIES
1411 Weit 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 821-5050
\Y E NGER'S
Strictly Kosher
Delicatessen Restaurant
Wishes a Happy Chanukah
to all .
1141 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach -531-9200
Serving "top aualit/ onlv"
'We ar not f-nno<-ted
with "Itzick's")
Holidov Greetings
! 1,1
EINRJNDEB INC
Wholesale Beef
Lamb W*'
Fl QSMICS EJNBINDER
1110 NW 22od Street
358-4024
Holiday Greetings
SVMSON
I \ SI TRANCE
W.ir\r,Y. INC
9700 N W 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33147
696-1711, Ext. 292
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
JMr. *nJ JMrs. JHicLcl 3^/
mf-mmm bi>n up petit
"Fine Cookuure"
339 Miracle Mile. Coral Goblet
Telephone: 443-6211
Ht.ppy Holiday Greetings To Everyo*
TEL-CAR
ANSWERITE INC.
Telephone Answering Services
BEN CUTLER
Experienced Personnel for. .
Dependable Service
CONGRESS BUILD'NG 373.4,^
Happy Chanukah To ...
All Our Friends and Customers
O. K. AUTO PARTS
1481 N.W. 20th Street, Miami
Phone: 635-7981
A Ht.ppy ( hanukah Tit ill
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue Phone 685-5611
11211 South Dixie Hwy. 238-2181
698 N.E. 167th Street 947 6521
Holiday Greetings To Our Many Friend)
POODLES & TERRIERS
RENEE and LILO
1673-75 N.E. 123rd Street, North Miami
Telephone: 891-1117
A Happy Chanukah To All .
KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 North Biacayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla.
TO ALL GREETINGS
M8LLER COIN LAUNDRY, INC.
DISTRIBUTOR SERV^8.2371
6300 N.W. 77th COURT
HAPPY-CHAN
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374-8**
A Happy Chanukah To All
WEDDINGS BARMITZVAHS
CLOVERLEAF PRINTING
371 N. E. 167th STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA .316^
651-3571
OFFSET PRINTING


Way. December 10, 1971
vJenisiiflcricMi&in
Page 15-D
,iet Immigrants Give Israel New Joy and Problems
Continued From Pane 10-D
nijtrantH.
IMe many Soviet immigrants
[young ar I "t tho^.hciKh^ of
|, productive careers, mere arc'
Iv older citizens who need ad-
Inal services in helping, thorn..
male inio the life of an Israeli
liminily.
\ professionals find the ad-
IniiMt easier because of their
While medicine knows no
barrier, a Soviet lawyer
thorouf li training, and a
., must find some appropri-
ans of .-iipportinf himself.
ile of Israel welcome
this increase in skilled
i chnological sophisticated im-
Bul faced as they are
with the enormous economic bur- tive services in housing joh train-
den for defense, they cannot help ing, education, and nwdfea care
UJA meet its traditional respon-
sibility to provide funds for effec-

for these newly-arrived refugees
from oppression.

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W&MttmWW
! hM*>rrsifM, . \ntributions of Jewish Artists to America's ISeic Cultural Center
ontinut'cl From Page 7-D
of Bernstein's "Mass" were
keyboard instruments neces-
for the many musical forms
forces that included the
ill of a single guitar, a full
pp of rock combos, marching
orchestra and choirs. For
lurpose, a three-manual, 60-
stop organ and four electronic pi-
anos were supplied by the Allen
Organ Company of Macungie,
near Allcntown. Pa. The com-
pany's president and inventor of
the Allen organ is Jerome Marko-
witz. who patented it when he
was a 19-year-old student at
Muhlcnbcrg College, almost 40
years ago.
Much of the Center is still un-
finished, including the Concert
Hall I.oungc, which Israel is dec-
orating and furnishing. Israel is
one of 14 nations which have an-
nounced "substantial contribu-
tions" to the Center.
<<), lflTl Jewish TeloRr.-iphio Agency
Happy Chanukah To All
9650 E BAY rfARBOR DRIVE
nr block norfl of Broad Causeway
on Bay Harbor Island
AIAMI BEACH Tel. UN 61706
TJJS MSTJOLWa
Happy Chanukah To All
FRANCIS &
COMPANY
Happy Chanukah To All
KEL1Y SPRINGFIELD TIRES
Distributor
Blake Tire Co.
VAUGHN BLAKE
CY MINTZ
8415 Coral Way
Ph. 661-4495
5560 N.W. 27th Avenue
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 374-4304
A Happy Chanukah To All
HAROLD J. SEGAL,
REALTOR
1688 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-8643
A Happy Chanukah To All
Our Patrons and Friends
SAVRAN BAKERY
UN 6-8982
7423 Collins Avenue
loliday Greetings From .
THE GOLDEN COMB
2309 LEJEUNE ROAD
CORAL GABLES
443-7158
A Happy Chanukah To All
From The
A.J.
ALEXANDER
FAMILY
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM BERLIN, President
AMBER FUEL
oil, mc
Gulf Oil Products
1861 Bay Road
Phone 538-4611
MIAMI BEACH
Greetings To All
AVAWAM
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL
PEARLMAN A FAMILY
Phone 534-4601
Best Wishes From
CAPT. MIKE
ROGERS
"ISLAND QUEEN"'
CITY YACHT BASIN
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Pier 5'/4-379-5119
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE
VOYAGER
1433 N.E. Miami Place
Al Gottlieb
Phone 377-9302
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S.W. 41st STREET
223-1513
HOLIDAY
SPORTSWEAR
Wishes All Their Good
Friends and Customers A
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
537 N.W. 24th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2771
A Happy Chanukah To All
MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
You Never Pay More When
You Shop al Miller's Drug Store
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
VITAMIN HEADQUARTERS
DOWNTOWN
217 N. E. 1st AVENUE
371-6731 371-5862
London City
Men's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY.
JEWELERS
310-312 SEYBOLD BUILDING
36 N.E. 1st STREET
ue&ft UIuAm/

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FIRST
MORTGAGE INVESTORS
801 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD

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H0MEMAKERS
Seaboard Life Medical Bldg., Suite 508
1451 North Bayshore Dr.
Miami, Florida 33137
People to help you...part-time or all the time
i Housekeepers
Visiting home managers BEST WISHES FOR
Maids and cooks A HAPPY CHANUKAH
Registered nurses, health car.. NEW YEAR
Live-in companions
Home maintenance
Male attendants Phone (905) 379-4531
A Happy Chanukah To All .

JLondon crjxmi cyjotzL
727 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531-0863 "TO Stricty Kosher
A Happy Chanukah To All .
LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1511
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
15 N.E. 11th STREET. MIAMI 358-3444
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE DANIA
JAI-ALAI PALACE
OPEN DECEMBER 3RD THRU APRIL 10TN
Phone 945-4345 949-2424
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CAPRICE INC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd STREET
SOUTH MIAMI
PHONE: 667-0011


'Wishingcfm
Our friends
As you light
the candles nightly
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
that life can bring
That's happiest and best
clhecR'iendl/tore
cltip Qtai\d ^qjoii Company qf^Fiqe Stores


**
^Jewish Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 10, 1971
Section E
I. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar are shown here receiving the
ate of Israel Shalom Awurd at the Temple Ner Tamid-
[ae\ Dinner of State, which was held at the Fontainebleau
pently. From left to right are Michael Litvak, direaor
pte cf Israel Bonds; Murray Shaw, chairman of the din-
li; Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar and Rabbi Eugene Labo-
lz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid. $1,100,000 in
tael Bonds was purchased at the dinner.



Irs. Maria Miles, a resident of the Miami Beach Hebrew
Icme for the Aged for the past several years, met Philip
Dldberg (right) while he was at the Home visiting other
tients. A whirlwind courtship followed, and they were
larried recently. The new Mrs. Goldberg is 80 years of
jge; Mr. Goldberg states that he is "lees than 100." With
tie couple, who will reside at the Home, is Sidney Siegel,
bxecutive vice president.
*
Jin m *Tf (. ... "\i I m IP
W^St *L \ -
Sai.iuel Reinhard, Geft) Oscar Schapiro, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Modansky, congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienen-
feld, (seated) at their 50th wedding anniversary dinner
party. The celebration was culminated by a dinner spon-
sored by Shaare Zedek Hospital of Jerusalem, where Mr.
and Mrs. Bienenfeld and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Bienenfeld, received the hospital's Maimonides Award.

At a recent committee meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hartley, Mrs. Meyer Kotler, president of the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Isadore Hecht and Mrs.
Hartley posed for the temple's photographer. The purpose
o* the meeting was to formulate plans for Sunday s art
auction, which will wind up with a champagne reception
from 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the temple, 4144 Chase Ave.
Dr. De Francis Is
Symposium Guest
Dr. Vincent DeFrancis, director
of the Children's Division, Ameri-
can Humane Association, will ad-
dress the second annual symposium
conducted by the Jewish Family
and Children's Service for the pro-
fessional community Thursday,
Dec. 16, at 8 p.m. in the Dupont
Pia/a Hotel. His topic will be "Our
Children: Neglected, Physically
Abused, Sexually Molested."
Dr. DeFrancis is a member of
the New York State Bar Associa-
tion and serves on the faculty of
the University of Denver's School
of Social Work. He is an author,
lecturer and consultant on the
subject of protective services for
children and is recognized as a
national authority in this field.
Associates of the "helping" pro-
fessions medical, psychology,
health, education and welfare
are expected to attend the sym-
posium sponsored by the Emanuel
Pollack Center for Family Life and
Child Development of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
Condominium Delegates9
Conference Set Tuesday
A Conference of the Condomin-
ium Delegates to the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund (CJA-IEF) campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will be held Tuesday in the Wash-
ington Federal Savings & Loan
Association Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
according to an announcement by
Abraham A. Grunhut, chairman
of the CJA-IEF Miami Beach
Division.
The 9:30 a.m. session will in-
clude a first-hand reixjrt about the
current situation in the Mideast.
Myron J. Brodie, associate execu-
tive vice president of the Federa-
tion, who recently returned from
the United Jewish Appeal Study-
Mission to Israel, will be the guest
speaker at the event.
"Just as the heroic citizens of
Israel have amazed the world with
their courage," stated Mr. Grun-
hut. "so the Jews of America must
Abraham Grunhut Myron Brodie
carry out their responsibilities Tor
providing the resources to win the
battle of poverty, immigration, in-
adequate housing, education, the
needs of the aged, ill and handi-
capped.''
The meeting is designed for in-
formation and educational pur-
]K>ses and there will be no fund-
raising.


Page 2-E
*Jm1st itcrldiar
Friday, December
Chanukah Medal Created By AllTciassSet
Judaic Heritage Society
s. 111. the many-colored candles
hi Chanukah will bring a Blow to
JewLJi h arts and honied all over
the orl I.
This j a:, (hi Judaic II
Sool tj has created its own spe-
cial .iiii!.r.i aoration The 1971
Chai ik;. Medal.
Sc ilptn ss Karen Worth has sen-
sitive 1} portrayed the family light-
ins of the Chanukah candle-; for
ill,' obverse of tho mitlal and for
the reverse a dramatic rendering:
ni thi candelabrum which serves
;.< the emblem or the Society.
The limit, cl .'iiion of the modal
is restricted to the membership of-
th' Judaic- Heritage Society which.
is 4.513. Only int-dals of 'tb-;
ncrih TS who cL> not choose to \x-l
.ni- their options for this limited '
eWtion an' to be offered to the
public.
The l*7i Chamtka Medals are
being Struck b> Franklin Mint in
proof quality gold on sterling, ster-
ling silver and solid bronze. The
m dais \ in eter. larger than silver-dollar
- / rod will be numbered. Kadi
mi w ii! L encased In a luclt<
hokii with metal plate and black
ii.-i-i o attracts r display.
.' he '-"id on stei ling Is
S25, .::. silvi r SI ;. s>
bronx $8. Franklin Mint produc-
s call for delivery' oi
the in proofs In time
lanukah, Dec. 1.. to 20
Pro* isiona I o t fo ms for non-
rib naj obtained bj
wrilin: to F cd Bertram, secre-
ia.;. Hi.- .Judaic Heritagi Societ)
Suite 4011, 866 United Nations
Plaza, New York. N.Y 10011 or
naj be requested bj telephone
(21 i 421-2
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Filet Madrilena
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all Very Int -esUd Parents and:
children will be observed at Tern-!
pie Kmanu-El Saturday during the
regular Sabbath service. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehnnan will officiate and
preach on 'Tne Future Is You!"
In a tribute to youth, members
of the Bal Korcem class will reaa
portions of the Torah and receive
honor- during the service. Partici-
pants \\iii include Jose Benrey,
Joseph Oohen, Ira Buchwald, Barry
Dressier, Joe: Qewirtz, Ricky Gold-
fein. Jam Labi, Harry Mizrachi,
Michael Rothman and Andrew Sus-
man.
The Bal Koreem class i- a -
cial group which meets regularly
evcrj Saturday, under the direc-
tion of Cantor Eleazer Bernstein.
Each boj is privileged to read a
portion of the Torah in the sane-
iua > on Sabbath and on holidays.
The V'.I.P. committee has in-
vited the young people and their
parents to worship together a.s a
family, later joining Dr. Lehnnan
at a Sabbath luncheon and infor-
mal discussion session,
Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman, and
Mrs. Richard Schwarz, P.T.A
ident. direct the V.I.P. pro-
which is held regular 1} '
ii ii the year.
The consecration of the Alef
of Congregation B'nai
Raphael will take place Sunday
at 7 p.m.
The program scheduled includes
a presentation by the congrega-
tion's children's choir.
Rabbi Charles M. Rubel will of.
ficiate and Cantor Jack Lerner
will chant the Maari\ sei .ice and
light the first candle of Chanukah.
The children to be consecrated
include Barry Abranis, Nancy
Blake, Andrew Fetous, Brenda
Glenn. David Hershkowitz, Jeffrey
Marcus. Jodi Nlrenberg, Elizabeth
Rosenberg. Michael Steinberg,
Bruce Appel, Andrew Barou, Curt-
is Breslow, Alan Fishman. Jeffrey
Greenberg and Haryn Kreitn.r.
Also Jesse Maurer, Daniel Rich.
Kenneth Rot berg, Steven Tavlin.
Stephen Lerner, Steven Berne.
Mark Davidson. Daniel Friedman.
Donna Gudwin. Donna Luciano.
Kenneth Nadelman. Joan Rick.
Debra Safra Evan Whitman and
Harold Lerner.
Commissioner Is Speaker
Metro Commissioner Harvey I.
Reiseman, the speaker at the
American Federation of Senior
Citizens, Inc., Miami Beach Chap-
ter meeting Thursdaj evening,
was to discuss "The Change of
the Metro Charier to a Strong
Mayor Form of Government."
David Taub is the president of the
group.
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As a public service for the en-
tire community, Temple Brnanu-
i:i i~ presenting three outstanding
programs In Its cultural series for
tho 1972 bvason.-
On Wednesday, Jan. 12. the se-
ries will open with "Arbaah
Koloto The Voices Four." Thi*
group consists of four young and
personable singers Ron Isaacs,
Marvin Rosen, Marty Sherman
and Holly Upton. Thoir dynamic
ren itions offer an awareness of
Jewish idt-ntity to young people I
and adults, and th.-ir "beat'* ver-;
Old songs and Israeli favorites |
have been called superb." Hailed'
as the "Fifth Dimension of Israel," I
this dynamic group will pre sow!
their, exciting performance in He-j
brew, English and Yiddish.
bishop Fulton J shorn V
millions through wTiaiS
radio and TV
** ; SfcrT
speaker,
A*** LwMBteiii .
l,onf>- downed rabbi Z
an. kr.mvrwhois.hec^
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a membei the Jewui .
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day, March 22. **|
Dr. Sherman R. Kapiani.*J
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riday. December 10. 1971
*Jtenif BarJdK&n
Puga 3-E
orldwide Chanukah Observances
rranged For Servicemen By JWB
THE AIR CONDITIONED and HEATED
KOSHER
M-;w YORK The ipinning of
,,,,i',s (Chanukah top) will be
i.pillar activity at a number ol
(.military installations as Ji-h -
I, children livi'ig on post with
I arents celebrate the Festi-1
of Lights through arrange-
,., ma: by th<> National Jew-
Welfare Board (JWB).
"In keeping with the Festival as
lime "hen gifts arr customarily
txchanged, the dreidles are in-
cluded in the individually wrapped
anukah packages and supplies {
In bulk shipped by the JWB Worn-
Organizations' Scrvkes to
the holiday a Joyous ooca-
for servicemen's children
-h men in uniform at over-
i and domest'c bases all over
. world, and hospitalized Jewish ]
, terans.
The first candle marking the
ight-day Festival will bo kindled
it" sundown, Sunday. The sending
|o! more than one million Chan-
ite-is by the JWB women's
and its cooperating wom-
trgantzations was begin last
nake
bon
Ink ill
Igrout)
i'n'
lAugust to assure their delivery t)
[isolated parts of the world in time
11 -,- Festival.
: tests. Sati llite Intercep-
11 with missiles Inning nu-
vvarheads won' have i> en
i s breach, of Soviet treaty
itments, It might even haw
n I up this flaccBly comno-
r ii try.
I IK NCI a very large part of
ih h ge pxpense of the So, lei
i ah i-i'-' system results
from the simple fact that no
nuclear warhea 1 is employed.
In a complete operational test,
a "drone" or target satellite is
first blasted off.
As the d'-onc satellite comes
round a command satellite is
then blasted into position close
in the drone, which the com-
mand satellite has means of
locking onto. Finally, a "chase"
or di stroyer satellite is sent up.
it is ordered into corrcst posi-
tion by the instruments on the
command satellite. And it there-
upon explodes near enoueh to th"
target satellite to put the latter
ou1 of action.
WHEN THE first operation
of this kind was run by the So-
vieta, it was interpreted in re-
vi rae by the more wishful mem-
bers of the Intelligence com-
munity. It was said to be a sad
failure, because the destroyer
llite had blown up while the
large! satellite continued on its
course.
In fact, as is now known, the
i satellite was badly hit
bj the pellets that the explo-
sion of the destroyer satellite is
d' signed to expel. As the lar-
ge! was a mere drone, this
made no \ isible difference. But
il the target had been a true
reconnaissance satellite, the
damage to complex and vulner-
able instrumentation would have
ojoi-i'd instantaneous blinding.
so TIIF.RK you have the evi-
dence, except for two items. In
tlv SALT talks, the Soviets
themselves haw proposed a
treaty clause that would seem
to forbid what they have been
Investing so much to be able to
do. The United States, mean-
while, long ago abondoned its
anti-sateilito program although
Soviet satellites could now be
b ought down with Spartan mis-
sili s using the nuclear warhead
I'll was helat'dly proved in the
famous Cannikin test.
The evidence is hard t> read.
V 'I in such eases, it is exactl)
lik plavihg Russian roulette to
base National policy on the hope
hat preparations, especiall]
very expensive preparations,
. reveal ultimate Intentions.
Chocolate Chanukah money, hoi-
i las decorations and refreshments,
ard such ceremonial items as m
norahs, Kiddush cups and Hava lal
lah sets art- among the items that
will be distributed or used by Jcw-
sh chaplains,
Congregational and military
family latke (p ta to pancake) par-'
ties will !).- prominent among th
Chanukah festivities in Vietnam,
Korea, Italy. Germany. Turkey.
North Africa, the United Kingdom,
major P:r ifV islar 's and all other
overseas and domes! ie a'-< its where
Jewish men are stationed.
The 57 full-time and more lhan
'_'.";'. part-time Jewish chaplains
who are RCXVl d and supplied hv
JWB's Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy will conduct candle-
lighting ceremonies at duty sta-
ti-ms ard in V'A hospitals. Jewish
military lay leaders will function
at posts that cannot be covered by
Jewish chaplains.
Chanukah gifts, menorahs, can-
Mes and decorations have been
sent to the 17 L'SO Clubs in Viet-1
i nam and Thailand to bring 'he
holiday feeling to Jewish service-
men during their leisure hours.
Peace Corps Jewish vo'untepr
-e Ing in the Philippines, Nigeria
Peru, the Caroline Islands and
other tar off pla es will also b
lighting Chanukah candles and
openins presents received from the
.IWB Worm n's I ition' S rv-
Ices, \ hi -h Incl ides 'o national
Jewish women's pro'ips B'nai
P.'iith Wom^n. Hadasah, National
B'ireau of F< tl -rati ri Women's Or-
ganizations, Nat'onal Conneil o!
Jewish Women, National Fe ere-
'ion of Temple Sisterhoods, Na-
tional JWB J'wish Community
Center Services, National Worn-:
en's League of the United Syna-'
gogtte of America. United Ordei i
of True Sisters, the Women'- i
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
lew! .i Congregations of America, i
and the Women's Division of the.
American Jewish Congress.
I.oeal JWB Armed Forces and
Veterans Committees and Jewish ;
Community Centers are cooperat-
ing in arrangements for Chanukah '
celebrations for Jewish se,vi e-
men and their families both on and '
ofi base.
The JWB. which is the govern-
ment-accredited agency for reli-
gious, morale an;' welfare service-
to the Jewish military, their d -
oe-'denis and hospitalized Jewish
\-eteians, is also the national as-
sociation of Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHA-s. A ben-
eficiary of the United Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater New York and of
hundreds of Jewish federations
and welfare funds outside of New
York. JWB is a member agenev ol
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Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall presents an
official proclamation declaring Nov. 24 to
be "Dr. Abraham Wolf son Day" in Miami
Beach to Dr. Wolfson, who was celebrating
his 90th birthday. Fellow B'nai B'rith mem-
bers watching the ceremony include Ger-
shon Miller, Samuel Pascoe, Sidney Rock-
well and Dr. William A. Shapiro (at left)
and Moe Reiffen and Harry Kaminer (at
right).
Local Students On Dean's List At Stern College
Miami Beach students Linda
Ehrenroich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Ehronreieh. 515 W.
28th St.. and Leah Carmi. daugh-
ter of Rabbi and Mrs. Ralph Carmi,
7528 HLspanola Ave., have been
named to the dean's list at Ye-
Bhiva University's Stern College
for Women, in New York City, in
recognition of their academic
achievements during 1970-71, ac-
cording
dean.
to Prof. David Mirsky,
A total of 82 out of the 501
students at the school were ac-
corded the honor for maintaining
at least a 3.4 (B-r) average for
the entire year.
Stern College for Women, the
undergraduate college of liberal
arts and sciences for women, was
established in 1954 through a ma-
Yoi i r little girl
is getting married.
At last
Will it he a small wedding and a big reception, or vice versa?
After all, there are a lot of relieved girl friends and rejected boy
friends that have to be accommodated, one way or another.
Either way, there are no two ways about who should handle
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Emanuel an,'. Caroline Stern. Pro-
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Al it- new 11-story facility at
245 Lexington Ave., Manhattan,
the college i- an integral division
of Yeshiva University, America's
oldest and largest university un-
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86th year.
Garden Clubs Offer
Preview Of Holiday
Miami Beach Garden Clubs are
offering a preview of the holiday
in decorations and table settings
this week. Called a Festival of
Lights, the displays will be open
to the public through Friday at
the Garden Center located behind
the Convention Hall parking lot
at 2100 Garden Center Dr.
Representing their clubs are:
Mrs. Leo Kronman and Mrs. An-
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Garden Club: Mrs. Harry Shubin,
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+Jewlsti thridkui
Page 5-E
Looking
J
Ahead
The Jewish
Theological
Seminary
By BERNARD MANDELBAUM
President, Jewish Theological Seminary
of America
Happy Holiday From .
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217 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
Holiday Greetings from
Atlantic
Equipment Co.
800 N. Miami Avonwo
Rhone 373-3351
A Happy Chanukah To All
KAUFMAN
PRESS
1445 N.MIAMI AVENUE
374-3587
A Happy Chanukah To All
my Customers & Friends
THELMA DAVIS of the
LITTLE RIVER
KNIT SHOP
8212 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 754-3121
SHERRY
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
ITS SHERRY FOR TERRY
3321 N.W. 65th Street
OX 1-4330 or OX 1-4331
(EDITORS NOTE: Bernard Mandrlbaum. cur-
rently president of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, will auceeed Dr. Louis L Rnkel-
"cfff?nr-as chancellor of the Seminary next June > fc '
It takes far more wisdom to fashion a child
into a good adult than to reach the moon.
From the days of Abraham, Judaism has fo-
cused on such wisdom: "For I have singled
him out, that he may instruct his children
and his posterity to teach the way of the
Lord by doing what is just and right." (Gen-
esis 18:19)
This goal of fashioning men of character
and a better society is the most concise sum-
mary of the ultimate purpose of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of America. Its world
campus stretching from the University of
Judaism in California, to its central academy
in New York, to the American Student Center
in Jerusalem consists of schools which have
the highest standard of scholarship In its
faculties and student bodies. Its many achieve-
ments, however cannot blind the observer to
the tasks unfulfilled, the great numbers who
fail to feel the influence of the Fountainhead
of the Conservative Movement.
Anyone coming to the position of leader-
ship of this great complex of institutions in-
Continued On Page 6-E
'ftk&MA?
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for the Chanukah Holidays
Miami Lincoln Mercury
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A Happy Chanukah To All .
A. A. HERNANDEZ, REALTOR
1157 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1533
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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127 N.W. 5th St.
Phone 373-0562
A Happy Chanukah To All .
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SEIDEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave.
OX 1-8700
Decor Concrete Railing
by
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3901 Wett Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
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7611 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 661-8564
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CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MELWINE GARMENT, INC.
2451 N.W. 5th AVENUE '*">" "3.8318
SIMON WINE, President
J%est lAJisltes for <&4
...u .;-,
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theACTlON BANK
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4 SOUTH KR0ME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
Best Wishes To All
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TELEPHONE BG1-851R'
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The word for quality cleaning and laundry
1201 20th St., Miami Beach
Phone 538 6104
Open 7 o.m. to 7 p.m.
P.S. We love you
A Happy Chanukah To All .
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COMPLETE LINE OF NEW, USED & RECAPPED TIRES
2294 N.W. 36th Street 633-1467
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7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI
210 HOLLYWOOD MALL, HOLLYWOOD
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
EVE BURKE STAUFFER SYSTEM SALON
5842 S.W. 73rd Street, South Miami, Fla 665-6533
9063 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores, Fla. 758-2535
THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
Ponce De Leon Beauty Salon
1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 445-2631
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
CY9S PRODUCE COMPANY^ INC
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MORT SASLAW REALTOR
16300 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
Phone 949-9336
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MORRIS J. WHITE and FAMILY
WHITE STAR REALTY CO Phone 866-7966
172079th Street Causeway Professional Building
John F. Kenndey Causeway Shopping Center


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Friday. December
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
L <**j$ryn,____
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349 Washington Avonue, Miami Beach Phone 532-4445
division of NEW YORK BAKFRIES. INC.
To All .. Best Wishes for the Holiday
CONNIE'S
SEPTIC TANK CO., Inc.
Phone 888-3495
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Narovi Shipping Corp.
844 BISCAYNE BLVO.
PHONE 374-8585
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
BANK OF MIAMI
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue 759 4321
A Happy Chanukah To All .
VACATION LAND MODES and
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS INC.
265 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 633-0405 374-5174
A Happy Cha:iukah To All .
ROBERT'S APPLIANCE COMPANY
ROBERT'S TV RENTAL
8985 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 759-5794
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CHARLES R. POE MASONRY, INC.
2990 N.W. 73rd Street
Phone 696-4011
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
ELSIE UNDERGARMENT COMPANY
A Happy Cha-iukah To All .
WESTGATE FASHIOXS
3649 N.W. 50th Street
Phone 633-9585
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALFGNZ0 VASQUEZ PAINTING CONTRACTOR
SPECIALIZING IN
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PAINTING
5937 S.W. 8th Street 264-0491
A Happy Chanukah To All .
JOE ZAM PAINTING CONTRACTOR
SPECIALIZING IN
8415 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 33141 Apt. 12
THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM
TIGRESS LURE BEAUTY SALON
9778 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone 226-3712
The Jewish Theological Seminary
Continued From Page 5-E
evitabiy a-ks himself questions about the
future. What arc tin- next steps in the growth
of the Seminary? How can a greater Semi-
nary help, intensify commitment to Jewish
vmIuov jvhidi can improve-tile cba root or-and
loyalty of its people?
To begin with, the academy of teaming
must be viewed as what it is: a source of in-
spiration and gui. ante for the total Conserva-
tive Movement men, women and children.
However, more intensive liaison will be neces-
sarj between the scholar- of the schools, the
rabbis in the Rabbinical Assembly and the
laymen in the United Synagogue. Ideas have
moaning when they are applied to life and I
view this as the greatest challenge of the fu-
ture: to transmit the values and traditions of
Judaism from the center of scholar-hip to the
Jew in the community, influencing his every-
daj life.
This will require lnt( nsiflcation of pro-
gramming m each "i the following ana-.
Childhood Education The Melton R*
search Program for character education Is
enhancing the curriculum of the religious'
school. Noah, for example, is contrasted with!
Abraham as an ethical person because the!
lattci had compassion for strangi in the!
.i Sodom and Gomorrah while Noahl


was only worried about savine hi i
This, the youngster is taugh.
tions for the respOnsibllitj uhju, """*
cans to their underprivileged black urnlpT"'
Rican citizens, just as i, has neanbw for?
AMikcnatffc community in i... I(.i for *h#'W
fortirnatf Scpha+Himr-The ttachftig orft'lT
elementary rabhinics. history and oven th
Hebrew language mast focus on thical valu-'
and then underscore their applicability tolife
Adole*<-..nt Education I., addition to the
need for an Increased number of high school-
extra-curricular education in the United Syna
EOgue Youth and The Leaders Trainir
ship must aspire to attract Bar Mitevjh
children with the us,, of the arts and com-
munity action, as well as texts for Invohiu
this most challenging a
Callage Youth This
can be returned to Jewish .
ety of etforts:
ill Training professors Judaica for the
college campus;
(21 Seminars at the 5 /
professors in the fi
maniiii -. philosophy
tivate their Interest rii h
Jewish civilization,
'.'.' Summer sessions wit lit for eoi-
Ms at th. S
our sc veral c iah.
i 11 Litci ature for disi
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Carpenters
District Council
2955 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 635-5207
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY
131 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING
119 E. FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 371-4661
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JOE Ul I 1IIS9i:s REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Sines 1922"
'OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd AVE. Miami, Fla Phone 757-1 155
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PAN AMERICAN DRIVING SCHOOL
2615 W. Flagler Phone 642-6511
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MILL'S PLASTERING INC.
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
1678 W. 31st Place, Hialeah 821-6415
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SURF RENTACAR
17800 Collins Avenue, North Miami Beach
Mr. Juan Ganem, Director
Phone 949-5225
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ARTHUR R. KINGSLEY COMPANY
FHA & VA Approv ed Mortgages
625 N.E. 124th Street 758-1735
A Happy Chanukah To A!i
BEST
TIRE
COMPANY
Complete Line of New, Used
and Recapped Tires
5175 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 691-9696
A Happy Chcnukah To Aj
HARGRAVE DECORATING
ENTERPRISES
13309 N.W. 7th Avenue
688-0264
Holiday 3i From...
TOWN DRUGS, INC.
5350 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH
Phone: 823-0915
DUNAN BRICK
YARDS INC.
Decorative Masonry Material'
For Miami Area Since 1929
1001 S.E. 11 St., Hialeah
Fhone 887-1525
A Happy Chanukah To All
BEN
HURwrrz, W-
Complete Building Dernot,n
and Land Clearing Serv'
16300 North Miam. Avenue
Miami, elonda
Phone 624-7347, 945-7188
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424


December 10, 1971
+Jcnisfi n^rSdiciiri
Pago 7-E
students on Jewish thought, history,
and contemporary problems such as
intermarriage, the Jewish attitude to-
ward sex, ecology, the economy.
Adult Education In addition to the croa-
511 of guides for adult study programs, two
efforts are envisioned:
111 Fifty titles in A Jewish Library of
BumanitioR .to- parallel the University .
of Chicago's great book series sev-
eral titles arc already in preparation
On Jewish Law, On Jewish Ethics,
The Midrash.
(21 An all-year-round site where Juda-
ism can be a living as well as a teach-
ing experience (a kind of Ramah for
adults.)
The Jewish Museum Its new policy fo-
sses on exhibitions in Judaica. As such it
Just become a great center of religious and
liiiural education, as well as exhibition, for
ling people and adults. As a living center
the arts, especially for young people, it
in make vivid the values of the tradition
the life of man.
Jewish Seholarship With the destrUC-
bn of the great centers of learning in Kur-
. the American Jewish community through
Seminary must create its own scholars
higher Jewish education. The new Ph.D.
..ram can attract great numbers of gifted
bung men and women to advanced Jewish
Juclies. Every encouragement will be given
Li .1 most creative faculty to continue its pro-
p-am of research and publication.
The Italihiniriil School The windows of
the curriculum of the Rabbinical School must
be opened in two areas:
(DA greater contact with the Rabbinical
Assembly for the practical experience
of men in the field. A systematic week-
end internship should be part of this
new relationship of the Rabbinical As-
sembly and the students of the Rab-
binical School.
<2) The students must be stimulated by
the new currents of thought. For ex-
ample, I disagree with many of the
discussions of Halachah and theology
in a recent volume "The New Jews"
edited by James A. Sleeper and Alan
Mint/). However, not to be aware of
its genulns searching, and other simi-
lar thinking in the community is like
the classic definition of philosophy,
taken literally: looking for a black cat
in a dark room when the cat Ls not
there.
These changes in the Rabbinical School
curriculum, and the projected plans of the
Greater Seminary, should be discussed by a
Rabbinical Assembly Committee, appointed
by the Rabbinical Assembly executive, in
regular monthly meeting with the chancellor
and the presidents of the faculties.
Almost all that is projected for the Amer-
ican Jew via the Seminary will be paralleled
by a program in Israel to attract the alien-
ated Israeli back to the traditions of our
Continued On Page 10-E
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
12801 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami
685-1514
r.OLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
SAM A*
iPORTSWEAB
MANUFACTURER
LADIES SPORTSWEAR
375 N.W. 23rd STREET
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 9-5845
BEST W'SHES AND
Happy Chcmukah To Al'
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
L. CASEY
Air Conditioning Installing
5924 S.W. 68th Street
Phone 667-5194
GREETINGS
MARTHA'S
Flower Shop
[Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowers
3921 Alton Road
538-5523
Happy Chonukah To All
ALLEN FELDMAN
& SON
GOOD ART ALSO
PISTURE FRAMING
LOW PRICES
6992 Indian Cre*k Drive
I Wmi Boach, Cor 71 st Street
Union 5-3181
Phcni 7Se-646l
LICENSED AND INSURED
Puma Marble Company
MANUFAC1UHINO AND INSTALLING
Cut Polish and Repair
3445 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33127
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
PHONE: 757-9071
BY RESERVATIONS
RECOMMENDED BY HOLIDAY MAGAZINE
201 N.W. 79th STREET
HOLIDAY HUNTERS

5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516

7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
Wishing a Happy Holiday to all our
friends and Customers
EROM
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Happy Chanukah Greetings .
NEW DESIGN FURNITURE
2428 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 642-5244
WE WISH OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAD at WEST AVENUE 672-8822
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO.
9265 S. DIXIE HWY. 7*J*l
Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So. Dade
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ALL TRAVEL IJVC.
1777 S.W. 3rd Avenue 854-0633
ih Miwi tine
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SHERIDAN E OLYMPIA
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A Happy Chanukah To All
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCi MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
Hohicy Greetings To Oui Friends and Customers
WHITES
IIMEST I,\ FRESH CANDIES
STEAMER BASKETS GREETING CARDS
DELIVERY BASKETS
9467 HARDING AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 861-1691
A Happy Chanukah To All
FENCE AT
A SAVM\G!
k AIL ALUMINUM "GOLDEN LINK"
* ALUM1NIZED CHAIN LINK
FHA FINANCED
NO MCNEY DOWN
FOR? LAUOlRDALt !A 3-1326
PHONE TU 5-1446
-* CGlOR-WEVE STRIPS IN C010SS
(privacy without upkeep/
-* GALVANIZED CHAIN LINK
* REED PATIO SCREEN
-* SAF-T-LINK 1" MESH CHAIN LINK
-* PLASTC COVERED CHAIN LINK
FEKCE
masters. IXC.
"The Company to call is fhe o.ie
(hot has them all V
7101 N.W. 69th AVE.
P.O. Box 35-6W
HOLIDAY GREETINGS rROM ..
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office Branch Offfice
<2 S.W. FIRST ST. 12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE.
A Happy Chanukah To All .
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 672-9294
"We Cater To Parties" Phone 643-3! 11
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine S Pino Air Conditioned 260 Seating Capacity
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SPARKLING POOLS. MNC.
7090 S.W. 59th PLACE MIAMI
PHONE: 661-1210
A Happy Chanukah To All .
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
16447 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-3362


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Friday, Decent,
^4 L'cru K^flappji C_- /miiu/m/i Jo ^y^tll
rxf ^lW
\^)n the \*Jcean af Ctould won jind a more convenient location.
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
BEAU RIVAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 672-2412
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SANDY SURF HOTEL
150 89th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9713
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PKOMEXADE HOTEL
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6231
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BEL-AIRE HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
Kislev 25 Teveth 2
5732
Holiday Greetings From
MONTMARTRE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
Mr. Harvey Weinberg
General Manager
Seymour Dresner, Manager
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends and Client*
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FrtOM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 672-0534
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A Happy Chanukah To A'.l .
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Ba/ Harbor
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ADAMS HOTEL GREYST0NE HO
2030 Park Ave., Miami Beach 1920 Collins Ave., Miami I
BEN PEARLSON
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARILLON HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68th STREET
MIAMI BEACK
Phone 865-7561
EXTENDS SINCERE
^Jlctppu K^ltanukali
*ppy
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
FORTE TOWERS
THE FORTE'FAMILY


jay,
December 10. 1971
*JewistiFhricfiari
Page 9-E
I
The
K0SHERHOTEL
of ihe Year!

I I
December 13-20
1971 72
ALBERT PICK HOTEIXA
9601 E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE 866-7328
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Condon 727 Collins Avenue,
Phone 531-0863
Miami Beach, Florida
W3 Stricty Kosher
A Happy Chanukah To All
Igijyamu
6305 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 866-7761
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I>w
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
MAX MELAMED FAMILY Miami Beach, Florida
A Happy Chanukah To All .
c
\stai
rustai 5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
HOLiDAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOUNTAIXIIEAD MOTEL
16O01 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684_____________
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surfside, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
A Happy Chanukah To All .
WOODTS MOTOR INN
9501 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-1625
The Air Conditioned and Heited
CAIANA C010NT
artinique
___ H0TU I POOL I
ffJedt \AJi5he5 for a
\^*hamthah
Hilda I Bernie Wieder
Owner Mgmt.
ON THE OMAN AT MM! STMIT, IHAMI BtACM
Greetings To All
AVALON
HOTEL
700 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL
PEARLMAN & FAMILY
Phone 534-4601
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CADILLAC HOTEL
3940 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 2-4541
.
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HOTEL NEW YORKER
1611 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 531-5502
LEO RADOFF BERNARD EILEN
Owner Management
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
CHUCK KRAMER, Managing Director
Compliments of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sipers and the
SIM0NE HOTEL
Pullmanettes and Hotel Rooms
321 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, Fla. 672-0431
N THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET MIAMI BEACH


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Friday, Decemk*.-
ia
The Jewish Theological Seminary
Continued From Page 7-E
fathers for tho moaning and roots which it
can Rive to their lives. The extreme alterna-
tives there between secularism on the one
hand, and 'extreme Orthodoxy on the other
are well known. It affords the Seminary- and
the Conservative Movement the rare oppor-
tunity to meet needs of the Israeli who re-
jects these alternatives but is floundering in
his quest for a way of Jewish religious expres-
sion which continues the tradition with a rele-
vancc 10 the complexities of contemporary
lit.. especially in the new State of Israel.
In New York, the next great challange on
the Seminary agenda' is a building program.
A u n-story Academic Center, adjacent to
tli present building, will house the world's
greatest library of Judaica, provide facilities
for a growing faculty ani students, adminis-
tration and a new Matilda Schechter Resi-
dence for Girls.
As chancellor-elect of the Seminary, it will
be my challenge and opportunity to make a
reality of these projections and many more
which the limits of space prevent detailed
examination. The new president of the Semi-
nary' and president of its faculties, Professor
Gerson D. Cohen will serve together with me
in a partnership of leadership which will con-
centrate on these goals. Its ultimate success
depends upon the will of the people to give
proper priority of time, energy and resources
to the needs of Jewish education everywhere,
the loc*al synagogue and school, the Solomon
Schechter Day School Movement and all day-
schools, and especially as represented by the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
THi
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Happy Chanukah To All
A Happy Chcnukah To All
MIDTOWN
PLAZA
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
A Happy Chanukah To All
CORONAEO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Happy Chanukah Greetings
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
E. End of Airport x-way
4000 Alton Rd
MIAMI BEACH
532-4411
A Happy Chanukah To AF
JEFFERSON HOTEL
12115th St. Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU ... IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE OX 6-4440
u HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
'6270 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-1430
. RENATO LEVI. President
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ions flOBERJMw.
I'lrsitloiif ItramlVis Zionist llisiriVl
Sloeprito B Manufacturing Do.
3590 N.W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE OX 1-0480
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HIM .ICOSS
"Lovely Things" I Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-7674
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 445-1595
A Happy Chanukah To All .
GUILLERMO TABRAUE JEWELER
964 W. Flagler 4730 W. Flagler
Phone 374-4433
A Hopdv Chanukah To All .
CLIMATROL CORPORATION
Emery Findley Jr., President
6900 N.W. 77th A A Happy Chanukah To All .
GOLIGHTLY BROTHERS, INC.
10470 S.W. 187th Street 235-3722
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MARCEL'S FLOWER SHOP
AT THE
FOUNTAINBUAU HOTEL
., 444\S>Min AveWwo, Miami Beach
Phone 532-2328 and 532-2329
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BANNER DELTA TIRE INC.
DISTRIBUTOR OF UNIROYAL TIRES
STORES IN THE FOLLOWING CITIES TO SERVE YOU
Miami, North Miami Beach, Hialeah, Perrine, Hollywood
South Miami, Homestead and Merritt Island
A Happy Chanukah To All .
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA
Phone: 238-3535
GREETINGS TO ALL
LAMSON & TYRE ELECTRIC CO., INC.
Electric Contractors
COMMERCIAL A- RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Phone 261-2715
501 S.W. 71st Ave
nue
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
" .RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
"' '' ANOAAIAMlflEACH DOG TRACKS
: .-
A',H6ppy Ghaiukah To All ...
Jf 7)1771 OF MIAMI. I\C
335 N.W. 26th STREET PHQNE 635r94
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
A Happy Chanukah To All .
LEON ZWICK AND ASSOCIATES
Investments Sales Real Estate
420 Lincoln Road, Mercantile Bank Bldg. Suite 409
MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-8335
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HELEM MILLER FLORIST
5828 S.W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Serving All of Greater Miami
Phone 661-5681-------Night 226-6406
A Happy Chanukah To All
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MOHMA.VK SWKATKK SHOP
1401 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5055
A Happy Chanukah To All
LOU TAYLOR, IM
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8th AVENUE, HIALEAH
A Happy Chanukah To All
LUCILLE R. BRUNNER, REALTORS
947-2567
17150 N.E. 19th Avenue


December 10, 1971
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Pagell-E
>o... #ti : bo* ,..,';:
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
1663 COLLINS AVE.
FLORIDA FORECAST. In<.
F.. I..M I..,.
hhllnoll
#5
. Aziz Zater holds a white flag of
pea:e. her mother brought and pre-
\ d to Dr. Gideon Merin, right. Mrs.
y. 27-year-cld mother of three from
vaiti was saved from a critical con-
hrough the replacement of her
t valve in an emergency opan-
heart operation performed by Dr. Merin.
The staff cf doctors and nurses at the
hadassah-Hobrew University Medical
Center, where the operation took place,
and the Zater family, will sign their
names to the flag as a symbol of grati-
tude, peace and friendship.
A Happy Chanukah To All .
NORTHSIDE
Shopping Center
the CENTER of activiiy
N.W. 27th Avenue and 79th STREET
| day Greetings
JCORD
FETERIA
II COLLINS AVENUE
!Miami Beach
>one JE 4-4883
mpy Chanukah To All
DWS BEAUTY
>VLON
|162 W. Dixie Highway
MIAMI
Phone 949-9901
Eppy Chanukah To AD
LEE'S
scription Pharmacy
|rISC0.NT DRUG STORES
[carry complt.e Selection
o' Barton's Candies
Fr Delivery
17880 Oral Way 221-8222
1401 Cj-al Way, C. Gables
448.1728
K25 S wv i Ave. 854-3625
B98 Sur-sei. Drive 861-7651
Jappy Chanukah To All
RANGE
FUNERAL
HOME
'CONFIDENCE'
f727N W. 17th AVENUE
Phone 691-4343
|GREEN BROOK
CORP.
[R.SOLOVEI, President
'085 E. 14th STREET
Hialeah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
A Happy Chanukah To All .
UNIVERSAL BRANDS, INC.
MIAMI HOMESTEAD BRANCH
SCHLITZ and OLD MILWAUKEE BEERS
BALLANTINE BEER and ALE
LOWENBRAU and GALLO WINES
,A Happy Chanukah To All .
K.VFIKLD'S
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
A Happy Chanukah To All .
JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 823-0505
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HARRY J. SONZ
350 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 538-6623
Chanukah Greetings From The Salons of
LIllIE RUBIN, INC.
1037 Lincoln Road 538-5561
A Happy Chanukah To All .
COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN
801 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah
Phone 887-5511
A Happy Chanukah To All .
YOO HOO OF FLORIDA CORPORATION
590 West 83rd Street, Hialeah 821-5500
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Oreenlee Equipment Pelt Cable Cotter Hydraulic J:k..
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specifications
3072 N.W. 54th Street ^ne 634-2226
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PALMER'S ROOFING & SUPPLY CO INC.
CELEBRATING OUR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
3555 N.W. 74th St. -696-7620
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SERGIO'S BAYSH0RE BEAUTY SALON
836 S. MIAMI AVENUE, MIAMI
Telephone: 379-9655

i. i .i
A Happy Chanukah To All .
andrew geller
exquisite footwear
Rtrthman's Shoe Solon
MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES FT. LAUDERDALE
BAL HRBOUR SHOPS PALM BEACH MALL
A Happy Chanukah To All .
GEORGE LOWD
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Avenue 221-6672
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MURRAY AUTO SUPPLY, INC
Complete Line of Auto Parts and Speed Equipment
901 N.W. 62nd Street 758-3821
4535 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 665-3576
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PARKER'S SHELL SERVICE
A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW, USED & RECAPPED TIRES
2200 N.W. 79th Street 691-7412
HOOPER HOUSE, INC.
D. Kaufman, President
6444 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI Phone 754-2251
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
MR. AND MRS. A. KLEIMAN & FAMILY Or
Kloiinan'N St riwiv Kosher Meats
18315 N.E. 19th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5611
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY INC.
Harry and Freda Siegel
685 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 531-6173
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
HOBART MANUFACTURING CO
9100 N.W 7th AVENUE
Ph. 759-5702
A Happy Chanukah To All .
HAROLD'S ALGIERS FLOWER SHOP
2513 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Harold and Jack Krongold
Phone 534-2907
A Happy Chanukah To All .
KREE INSTITUTE OF ELECTROLYSIS
836 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
371-2090 Mae Seelig, Director
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
Repair and Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone 379-4127
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^CUTLER RIDGE
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Souih End Culitr Ridfl Shopp.nj C->lr 23 4414 M.mi. Fli. 33157
MEMBERS FEOEBAL 0CPOSIT0RY INSURANCE CORPORATION
COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY OPERATED COMMUNITY ORIENTED
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TINT'N CURL BEAUTY SALON
18346 N.W. 7th Ave
FLAIR FASHIONS IN HAIR BEAUTY SALON
1401 N.E. 163rd Street
163rd St. Shopping Center
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHOOL
7118 Byron Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 866-7303
A Happy Chanukah To All .
ROMAN'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
10995 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI
Phone 221-6311
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8188 Jess Quesada, Owner
A Happy Chanukah To All .
NEIL BASIL'S GALLERIES INC
ART GALLERY
2935 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 534-2250
A Hapov Chanukah To All .
FRED'S TEXACO SERVICE
Tires-Barteries-Accessories-Road Service and Repairs
100 E. 9th Street HI ALE AH 887-8511
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MIAMI SPRINGS HEALTH STUDIO
41 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
885-4146
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PIKES SERVICE STATION
1428 N.W. 14th Ave., Miami
Telephone 635-1728
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Union Optical Serviee, inc.
67 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami, Florida
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SI \All! FOOD PRODUCTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MR. and MBS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
1 ...
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FINEST CHOPPED LIVER IN TOWN
MENDELS0NS
SOUTH
TRICTIY
KOSHER
OPEN
DAIli
621
WASHINGTON AVENUE
ii-,;
PHONE
532-2426
4 if >
Happy Holiday To All"1
C. A. Lockhart, Publio Relations George P. Harth, Gen, Mar,
L L Brooks, President
For Your Housing Accommodations Call
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
Registered .Real Estate ftroJrv .
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
SUN-COLD
Septic Tank Inc.
4450.6.W. 74th Avenue 223-1410
A Happy Chanukah To All .
MIAMI METAL PRODUCTS INC.
260 N.W. 25*h Street ,. 635-0975
A Happy Chanukah To All .
WHEELER-WALKER, MXC.
I 3811 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Pi 84717
C ". .4ACK'JWALKER, President
A Happy Chanukah To All .
UNIVERSAL FIRE ARMS CORP.
3746 E. 10th COURT HIALEAH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
best Wishes from ...
KANES MASTERBILT FURNITURE CO.
5851 N.W. 35th Avenue 633-0542
NATHAN KONIGSBERG, President
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
IlJiL0***!*!

This official symbol I
25th anniversary of ft, j
of Israel which |
September, 1972, _
tinues for one year,^
selected by the anni,
central committee. .
matic design was aeaj
Studio Roli, a leading
ic arts firm in Tel ft
will be used on stara J
ters and official Israeli jl
ments throughout the vl
Holiday Greetings Fw |
THE
KEYES
C0MPAN1I

Of If
47th
if; in
Real tor-SouhS's Ijrjefl
100 Bittayne Blvd.
37145M
1023 Lincoln Road Mill
531-3803
ROMY BEAUTY
SALON
1455 Collins Ave,
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fJewistt lk>ridicnri
Page 13-E
Joining the urgency for more and better
1 care centers at a luncheon sponsored
greater Miami Section, National Council
wish Women (NCJW) at the Eden Roc
uanita Greene, Miami Herald editorial
pr. Community-wide support of the
M held to raise funds for its pilot
care center at Larchmont Gardens
enabled NCJW to announce the Jan. 1,
1972 opening date of the center. Seated at
the head table are (left to right) Council
officers Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Philip
Bloom, Mrs. Jerold Schwarz, Mrs. Norman
Cohan, and Mrs. Bess Marder, Commun-
ity Services Division, Housing Urban De-
velopment (HUD).
>!>i. 'Feminist' To Discuss Women
m Come A Long Way.
i" will be the question
i hi n Rabbi Nicholas Behr-
loxcy Bolton appear at
Iterhood meeting at Temple
|\V ni'.-ilay at 11 a.m.
Behrman is the new as-
Ti mple Israel; Roxcy
minist, is the national
ppy Chanukah To All
///-, aiicl t^y'tlrs.
s^ I I lit ft! If
REALTOR
528 Lincoln Road
JE-8-4162
M -.
ippy Chcrrjakah To All
THE MILTONS
JOSEPH --
SELDA TI '
JAMIE
ROBERT
PH '
appy Chcmukah" jo All
>DIN'KrilTS INC
1060 E. 30th Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 696-5340
appy Chanukah To All
PHYLLIS DEE INC.
1 N.W. 37th COURT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-5840
Sappy Chanukah To All
FLAiR OF
?If AMI
'W.21*t Street, Hialeah
885-3988
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margoluis
Holiday Greetings
AVAKKO'S
WTIC SERVICE CENTER
'W5 S.E. 8th Avenue
HIALEAH
vice president of the National Or-
ganization of Women (NOW) They
will discuss contemporary's ad-
vertising's attitude toward women.
Mrs. Barbara Rado is in chargi
of the program, which will be fol-
lowed by a luncheon. Reservations
may be made by calling the tem-
ple office.
Mrs. Weiss To Preside
Mrs. Mae Weiss will preside at
the Southgate Women's Social
Club installation luncheon, at
noon Wednesday, Dec. 22, in the
Algiers Hotel's Rubaiyat Room.
Entertainment will include vocal-
ists Elsa Zigler and Greta Fleis-
sig. a mother-and-daughter duo,
with Helen Skolnick at the piano.
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF UNITED STATES
Home Office New York, New York
Equal opportunity Employers M. F.
100 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 371 -5691
F. PHILLIPS JR. AGENCY
RAYMOND'S Famous STEAK HOUSE
and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD.
QNE AND ONLY LOCATION
Phone 947-0331
j A Happy Chabukah To All...
THfe FCfeGE RESTAURANT
432 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
. v. >'
Phone 534-4536
A Happy Chanukah To-All .
CAPE CODDER
620 N.E. 78th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 751-9415
.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS.FROM .... .V
CARL'S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN.6-37
HOLIDAY GREETINGS'FROM
CARR SMITH & ASSOCIATES
123 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-9883

A Happy Chanukah To All ...
BEAUTY LOUNGE HAIR STYLISTS
9488 Harding Ave., Surfside
Phono 865-9342
A Happy Chanukah To All / .
THE CAKE BOX BAKERY
8962 South West 97th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 271-5605
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HOUSE OF CHEN TONO
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
AUTOMATED MEOiCAL
f.AilOitATORiES. fiVC.
333 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TECH AEROFOAM PRODUCTS
5601 NORTHWEST 35th AVENUE
Phone 633-3208
DAVID E. MELtN, President
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA
WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
VIENNA SAUSAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
7025 N.W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147
Phone 836-2992
-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GEIGER DISTRIBUTORS
1139 N.W. 72nd Street Miami
Telephone: 836-1331
"Heating and Air Conditioning"
A Happy Chanukah To All .
NAPOLEON
STEEL CONTRACTORS, INC.
1924 N.E. 154th STREET
..... NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6334
HOMES APARTMENTS ACREAGE HOTELS
SIDNEY SPARER
' '- REALTOR
REGISTERED 'REAL ESTATE BROKER
226 SUNNY ISLES BLVD., MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Phone 945-6632
A Happy Chanukah To All .
BISCAYNE FURNITURE MFG. CO.
89 N.L 27th Street
Phone 358-1385 Hyman Katz, President
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BARBARA J. TARTAR, Designer
3100 S.W. 20th Street, Miami
Phone 445-7070
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Florida Upholstery Supply Co.
814 N.E. First Avenue
Phone 379-3431-2
A Happy Chanukah To All .
EVERGLADES LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY, Inc.
699; S.W, 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLA. 33144 Phone 261-1155
Monday-Saturday 7:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M.
SUNDAY 9 A.M 12:30 P.M.
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
HOUSE OF MELODY, INC.
1549 SUNSET DRIVE 666-8527
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
?30 NW 5th STREET


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State Representative and
Mrs. Carl A. Singleton
I I vv o I ^
<,u,J '7, e4lt get 1Ui,U
\for ^4
S0N0T0NE of MIAMI
.. 99
"The House of Hearing
1308 CONGRESS BUILDING
111 N. E. 2 AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-6634
A Happy Chanukah To All .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK'
-
5750 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fla.
F.D.I.C. -
Member of Federal Reserve System
A Happy Chanukah To All .
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Ph. 758-3601
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Experienced in Business and Personal Tax Returns
NOTARY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
4230 E 4th A VE H! ALE AH 822-4231
A Happy Chanukah To All .
SP0LTER, FRECHTEL ASSOCIATES, INC.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BOOK HORIZONS
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U of Miami)
North Campus Location Phone 681-0148
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
South Campus Location Phone 665-6161
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
< \||M <|| SHOE SALON
"The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
Fine Name Brand Shoes -New Complete Line of Smart Handbags
8134 N.E. 2nd A vs., little River 758-6302
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 N.W. 60th STREET NE 5-1389
A Happy Chanukah To All .
Ifffi PLACE rose st#: IK
A IIARitOMl LOI 1%GE
1335 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone 758-5581
5732 The Year Of The Ari
By AMOS BKN-\ KK'l)
li-wish Telegraphic Agency
Middle Baal Bureau Chief
JERUSALEM The 400-h
anniversary of the revered scholar
and mystic Rabbi Isaak Ashkenazi
I.tui.i. knifwn aj the, A;;i i Lion,
formed of the initials Adonenti
Rabbi Itzhak") falls on the ith of
Av. 5732 or July lfi. 1972.
The Jewish year 57^2 has lliu-
been proclaimed the "Year of the
Ari," une'er the aegis of a ptihlii
honorary committee whose chair-
man is President Zalman Shazar.
Premier Golda Mi ir L- among the
committee members with othci
Cabinet Ministers, members of the
Jewish Agency Executive, rabbis
and other public figures. The idea
was originally conci Ived by the
Council for Traditional Events
which is hen .ed by nine rabbi;
and sponsored by the Ministry for
Religious Affairs.
The Ari was born in Jerusalem
in 1584 and died in Sale." in 1572.
lie was the descendant of an al-
ready distinguished rabbinic fam-
ily who trace their ancestry back
to I'.ashi. the giant among B'We
and Ta'nuid commentators, who
Ived in the llth Century. The Ari
himself was of mixed Ashkenazl
and Scpha: i parentage; by t\,
1 :!i ( ::tury the two communities
re well distinguishable entities
The Ari spent 27 years of his
life in Egypt. Twenty ol thcr;
uric devoted to the intensive study
of Jewish mysticism (Kabbalah),
specially the booh of the Zohar
eati si classic on the sub-
ject.
At the age of 35, obeying a
Divine call, he left Egypt and mad
hit way to Safod in Galilee, then
the world cent* r of Jewish mj -; e
ism. Here he quickly madi his
mark, surrounded himself with dis-
ciples an i reshaped tlic "theoreti-
cal Kabbalah" of his elders into
the "practical Kabbalah" which
laid the foundati m for the lati r
! Hassklic movement and also the
religious lxturn to Zlon,
In picturesque Saed. to this lay
a place of study for Jewish Srhol-1
ars and also a never tiring subject j
for the painters co'ony li.i'i
there, the grave of the Ari U a I
center ol pilgrimage. Many well-
known Jewish families trace their
u scent to the Luria family. |
The a lebrations ol the An yeat I
a ill begin on April 25, 1972, arid 1
ulminate in a festive convention
in Jerusalem, where the ties
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL
RUSSELL ALUMINUM CORP.
5700 N.W. 37th Avenue
635-1402
RAY SMITH
WISHES ALL HI? fRIENDS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
A Happy Chanukah To All .
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 856-0520
ADVERTISING MAIS
Plastic Ad Pistes Thermo Set Printing Plates
Electrotypes Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
EDWIN SCHAYT REALTOR
EXTENDS GOOD WISHES TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKAH
3915 Alton Road 538-8934
A Happy Chanukah To All .
TIPPY TOGS Or MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628
A Happy Chanukah To All .
7TH AVENUE F/LEA MARKET
Division of I. B. Stupendous Enterprises
13995 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 688-3852
A Happy Chanukah To All .
1 Ol \UIII.00II IKOOI !>< CO.
RAY and-LEROY YOUNGBLOOD
1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2501
A Happy Cha:iukah To All .
FRIENDLY FORD
2198 N.E. 163rd Street NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 949-1311
l th< a.-, ,.
">nuntions last! ,
thi iueh '
h v
Mo. ivith ,,
v- 1 lured
'" lhe olrthrtafi
in ih on atyofl
?
'^'''. a "Night ofl!
Ic
" y 'he Ari a*
ire loben
ng .:
'' Kt: 1 n Kah
sat,,1 nn 1 visits to hoi
Tiberias and c.aliv?. j
uW Kid ush will be ,
:'-' Sah nth in Joruak,
ee.PI..,., hv the Mi
and the Ministry 0' Ti
Safed.
Ap,
""-11 thai :hry
1 lie includ
Book" an still
" ll 0CI SS0 I.
Jtv -I Ti I
:
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PERRY CHESTElT
SII0IS
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In Town Look I
CHESTER PiKXY SHOE UlBjl
.'.ere rcfL. '-rT
Perry
Chester
Shoe Salrn]
'491 Hardinj Aye
.'494 E. Sunrise Blvd., EM
Diplomat Hotel
Oorol Bench Hotel Mb
Eden Roc Hotel Mini I
Imerironu Hotel Miri |
Dadeland Mill Mini I
2494 E. Swrise Bird.
Ft. lauderdile-rb. 56Wt1
The Best of HoKttT
Greetings To All OurFifcj
RELIATEX, U
2201 N.W.72A*mi[
Mismi, 33144
Phone 8887535
\ Happy Chanukah To |
0. T. C. Tool b
2777 N.W. 54th SIt|
MIAMI
633-9081
Greetings
foffl
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB]
COlf (00M
U.S. 441
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
AHappyChauk*T,te
AUSTIN'S
DIVING CENTER
10503 S.. D.XK Hfl
Kendall ff^2
Instruction ssie I
Charter-Service*
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December 10. 1971
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayeshev \
mil Jacob dwelt in the kind oi his fathers sojourn-
(Chapters XX.Wll-Xl.i
[ )SEPH AND HIS BROTHKRS: Jacob made Joseph, "the
[, : hi< o!.' age," a coat of many colois, worn in those days
,,, n, H of distinction. His brothers' Jealousy was aWuSed
icrcas l when Joseph recounted two dreams, in the first of
L:, his lii-others' sheaves bowed down to his sheaf standing
\:'.\\ i:i their midst. In the second, the sun. moon and eleven
\. bowed down to him. The implications were that all the
bbcrs of his family would become subordinate to him and
|i bis lather rebuked him. he noted the significance of
I dreams.
I While the brothers were tending the Hock in Dothan. a -
k near Shechem. Jacob sent Joseph to see how they were
M. Tin1 brothers, teeing him in the distance, conspired to
(him, throw bis both- into a pit and then declare that he had
eaten by n wild beast. Reuben intervened and persuaded I
then to cast Joseph into the pit alive, with the intention
Bring him when the others departed. When Joseph reached
ft, they stripiied him of his coat of many colors and threw
into the pit. t
Rather than be responsible for his death. Judah suggested
they sell Joseph into slavery. He was sold to the Midianites
Ishmaelites for 20 pieces of silver. The brothers dipixd
iph's coat into the bloo.1 of ii goal and brought it to the
r, who concluded that Joseph had been devoured by a
I beast, and mourned for many days. Meanwhile the Midianites
kved in Egypt and sold Joseph to Potiphar, a captain oi the
I' '
JOSEPH IN PRISON: Potiphar. highly satisfied with
| cervice, appointed him overseer of his household. Joseph
i I the advances of Potiphar's wife, who thereupon ac-
.,! him of an outrage. He was tin own into prison, but soon
y in with the governor and was put in charge of the other
oners, Two royal officers, the chief butler and the chief
had offended the king and were i'i ciisto !y pending trial.
|lh had dreams, which Joseph interpreted as forewarning- of
late which awaited them. The chief butler's dream that he
>- d grapes growing on a three-branched vine into Pharaoh's
mean I thai he would be restored to his office in three Jays.
/ve/fcr/ci/s i^crsnccs
'9
MIAMI \
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Unique Character of Th.
Chanukah."
Iloliiliiy of
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why are Jewish prayers still
recited in Hebrew?
While it is generally agreed that
man can appeal to the Almighty i Friday 8:80 p.m. "Sermon Topi.* "Th
in any language, Hebrew has al-
ways been the official language
of Jewish prayer.
Maimorudes, in his Laws of
Prayer, explains tJits feature by
explaining that the insistence of
praying in Hebrew has acted as a
unifying agent which synchronizes
trie expressions of Jews the world
over.
Maimonides explains that when
the rabbis observed that the Jews
were being dispersed and that many
forms of expressions and many
different languages wen; prevalent,
they were convinced of the need
for a certain amount of consistency
CONG. AN-NELL rorancn of He-
brew Academy;. 7th St. and Merid-
ian Ave. Orthodox. Kabbi Abraham
Ben-Hiilei. 25-A
JACOB C. COhEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
-------a,-------
KNESETH ISRAEL, 141E Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2?
---------
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 28
Friday s:I,". p.m. Bat Mttsvah: Sura.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jaeobo
Ksiiuenazi. Saturday '. a.m. liar Mttx-
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon 4
Friday 8 p.m. Bermo/a Topic: "The
Taint Weaver of Bagdad.'' Saturday ^TBrBce. wn of"Mr aiiii">lr.' Alfred
' a.m. The Ti.rati Leaaon. Har Hit*- umAr
vah: Harold, ion of Mr. and Mra.J
Herbert Hoodwin.
BETH EL. 300 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman S
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday 8:10 p.ni. Sermon Topi.-: "Faith
Conquers All!" Followed by Ones
Shabbat hosted hy Mr. Bernard Badon.
Saturday S:43 a.m. Sermon Tople:
"To Dwell in Safety!" 4:311 p.m. Pur -
Uon of Lavw, .">:t0 p.m. Sermon Topic:
"To Be Secure."
Heynuthn.
NER TAMIU uempie). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conaervative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. ^
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ptiineaa Weber-
man. 0
SERHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. W5
Coiiim Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 1
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
and therefore composed the basic beth tov (Temple). 6438 SW sth N"" BAyravi,L/?,E.,JE^iL
-' -- St. Conaervative Rabbi Simon CENT.?R'.t1D2? iV ?..
April. Cantor Seymour Hlrdtea 8 y. North Bay Village. Conserve-
Friday 8:18 p.m. guest Speaker: Dr. ; *-ve. llttBLJlg-'tlfgfrf>j XA
I. I>. Bernateln. Topi,-: "The Art of ] NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Education." Followed by (men Shab- i ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1025
bat boated by Mr. and Mrs. Irwln NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
i Qlaaaman. tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Can-
------------ tor Nathaniel Schub. 33
hind him and his future ahead oi israel (Temple) OF GREATER Friday s:i". p.m Sermon Topic:
him. One of the foremost vehicles' Miami. 137 NE 19th street. Reform. "There Are iMffrrt-iii
this nnilv1 Rabi Joseph R. Narot.
"> I Friday 8 IS p.m Sermon Topic
prayers of the Jewish people in a
clear lucid style.
Jewish prayer is an experience
in which the Jew feels at one with
his people and with his history be
used in accomplishint
i in society and in time is the use t'roaa latin The o.urt House All'*.
of the Hebrew language. ttlBh' VVUh Th* \Vorld"
Kind* of
10 I Candle* What Kind of Unlit Will
"The Vour* Shine'.'
Why is it that .lews are for-
bidilen to consume the meat from
the hind part of cattle?
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 5:30 p.m. and s:i"' p.m. Ser-
mon Topic: "Preach Vour Practlcen!"
The basic reason for prohibiting' Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon Topic: "In
,, .. i ___ ., _r *v- Whoine Shall I Have Faith?" Itar
the hind quarter is because of the MIUvah: Richard, aon of Mr and Mm
Biblical restriction against eatinq I Robert Herman
j j the sinew of the thigh-vein which OR OLOM cfl^JieT" 8755 sw 16th
ppll requested the butler intercede lor him before Phar- .'is upon the hollow of the thigh! St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
and secure his release from prison. The baker's dream of
is pecking bread from th" uppermost of three baskets he
i;. I:. :. three days. The interpretations were realized as Joseph
Li ton t...I. bin the cliief butler forgot Joseph.
f Genesis 32:33
Glixman.
13
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles RUbel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3f
Friday evening. Sew Member Famine*
will be welcomed. Saturday morning
Bar Mitsvah: Hal, ......f Mr. and
Mrs Victor Ooldman.
SINA! (Temple) of NORTH DADS
18801 NE J2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Friday
-.
Saturday 9..m. j -J $&> jEl. '......' "'
D, in
, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N. Miami
Since the vein and the nerve I
system which travels down the| sjJKHiTVi*
back of the leg is so complex, it i
takes a great deal of diligence and j zion (Temple) sooo Miner Rd. Con. I SKY La skill to purge this section and yet | ervative. Habbi Norman N. Shapiro. th Atfe orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
leave the hind quarter intact.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Friday :. p.m. Bat Mltavah: Sharon, ).,.,,?,'"; |- p.m Saturda) n
38
Ber-
Tlwie are those who try to claim t uaushter of Mr. and Mrs SellR Uolan mon Topic: Th. MaccabbeeH' Btnut-
eoSume this part of the animal. waImm S. Pm" MaarT, FIJ?*' '.....*'
There are however, some <<,:. TIFERETH JACOB (Temple! 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
munities which ('.<> have exnert*
an3 'bus consume this part of thh
animal after purging the appropri-
ate section.
Win is the shew 61 ilie thigh
prohibited by the Bible?
Somp^ommentariqf explain tha-
.' >i prqiifuted br-cau i th* Pal 1 i
nrch^Jaooh was Iniurecb tbeutj dur-
ing his strugele w Ith the Anj< I.
amplify'tftis reason by da *uurdaj sat, a.m s.m..... t..,.
, > ,, Jenloui>> mid Envj Vmnn* Israel
_nv; t.hai .racoh was injured because u,,r Mitzvnti Howard, -......r Mr. ami
"his peoftle lefl him alone, and thus -Xlrs l-"k Zuckerman.
prohibitirr? this-sv-tiMV. remind-'
than Zolondek. 15
Friday B IS p.m Sermon Topic: "I
Seek Ms Brethren." Followed hy
.....c Shubbal hosted by Mr and Mr*
Juli llrlklod. Saturda} 9 3n a m
.;,,.;; NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabhi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion KrscMenbaum. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Pve
Orthodox. 17
claimed the week of Nov. 28 Epilepsy Week in Dade
County to call attention to the progiam cf the Greater
liami Epilepsy Foundation in increasing general under-
Itanding of spileptics. From left are Mark Buchbinder,
Foundation president; Debbie Rodriguez treasurer; Mayor
'lark and Myron J. Rayvis. vice president.
us, to lmik oui for the safety of
others.
Others comment thai Ihis re-
striction reminds it's 6f the jeop-
aiflynii which our people live, al-
ways being exposed to attack.
There are those why try to claim
thai because this area is so easilj
subject to injury antV irritation.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Beiel We. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 154!
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Canto-- Saul Breeh. 20
--------
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GReATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftah Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
a
ZAMORA (Temple! 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
SURKIDt
MOC.AN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9291 Hardmn Av Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL iTemple). 547 E. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rinn. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
POM!- AN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten pie). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Canter Ernest Schreiber. 41
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St.
HALLANDALE
, mnamrnation of this section. MTH TPIUM mm a or- | hallanda^le^ Jewish^ center
Which H's alon the sciatic nerw Jhdox' Rabbl Jo,ePh E' Rack52 I Jacob Danziger. 126 N.E. 1st Ave
is ouite prevalent Thus, theiv will beth yoseph chaim congrega-
! Sways be some irritation and in- N' M.rMMr, Av.a. 22-A h(HlW=00
' flnhimation which mitrht prtwluce CUBAN Hebrew congregation, beth el (Temple). 1351 s. 14th Ave.
. ,, ,,. _.inl|,., ,im,i 1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
I lesions ana infections in UK animd. R,bbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23 Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Hermon Topic: "The
i u. .ui i -------------- PolluriSspf the Maccabeea." Saturday
Some venture to guess mat tnis EMANU.EL (Temple). 1701 Washing- u ;, Bar Mltavah: Joseph, son >(
I area Contains sinew, tissue which ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving \fr :,u,\ m,s Joseph Bernard V/eln-
' Is hard .0 digest. We thus find the i >-"""<>" Cantor Zvi Ad.er. 24 1:, ____^__
TOrnbinaUofi of histofTcal as well SeShef: !y,.,vsm- "saymdui n beth shalom [j as hygienic-reasons for this prohi- | l^bman. .T^i^^"^'^^^
hit ion.
ro).H971 JewtfhjTeleirraphlc Afenoy
phe Hth annual eternal light luncheon, sponsored by the
Sisterhood oi Temple Ner Tamid to benefit its religious
[school, will be held in the Carillon Hotel at noon Thursday,
Pec. 16. The committee planning the Kosher event and
afternoon of entertainment included (horn left) Mrs. Harry
Glazier, hostess; Mrs. Carlton Blake, Sisterhood president;
'Mrs Hanna Randman, hostess; Mrs. Warren Goldman,
hncheon chairman; Mrs. Louis Cohen, ticket chairman, and
I Mrs. Max Raskin, hostess.
kiM-ker Providing Music
Accordionist Fred Zucker "ill
onnj.'c music for rlan-'iiiR. follow-
ing the S p.m. Chamikah simper
| sponsored by the Sisterhood of
[ Sky Lake Synagogue Sunday. BC-
i cording to an announcement made
i by Mr*y$.hlir*ey fcvP"?'011
jyy^^V^a^nSwAAAAr^aArV.
Saturday a.m. V.I.P. Sabbath honor-
Iiib youth. Sermon Topic: The Future
l-- i*ou!" Junior ro/nareaatlon aervU'eii
at IO:J0 a.in.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
r.roM ?R Conaervative. 4>
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Dec. 18
Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
i Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.1
Host: Rev. Luther ('. Pierce
Guests: Ruth Foreman and Rev. Neil Wyrick
Ch, 10, !':.".<> a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
I [osi Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Beach
Ch. T. 10 a.m. The Si ill Small Voice
Host : Rabbi Leon Kioni.sli.
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
Dec. !
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Meyer Pesin Elected President Of The JNF
Meyer Pesin. a prominent New-
Jersey attorney, Zionist and com-
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A former corporation counsel of
Jersey City, and for a period, its
acting mayor, Mr. Pesin has played
an active role in many civic causes.
He has served as a County Tax
Judge and chairman of the New-
Jersey Civil Rights Commission.
He has been a guest speaker on
behalf of the Fund and other or-
ganizations on tours throughout
the United States. He is also exec-
utive editor of the Jewish Standard
of Jersey City and has written ex-
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(JNFi of America at the biennial
meeting of the JNF board of di-
rectors in New York City.
Mr. Pesin succeeds Herman L.
Weisman as head of the Fund,
which is the agency for land rec-
lamation and afforestation in Is-
rael. Serving with Mr. Pesin will
be a full slate of national officers
including Miss Julliet N. Benja-
min, Jack Lefkowitz. Leon Rubin-
stein and Rabbi Herschel Schacter.
vice presidents; Mendel N. Fisher,
honorary secretary-: Nathaniel
Rothenberg, secretary; Dr. Mau-
rice Sage, treasurer, and Joseph
Hamilton and Moshe Kagan, asso-
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