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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1969

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02083

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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WttKlY
!ume 42 Number 1
Miami, Florida, Friday. January 3, 1969
Two Section r?.ce '-'.'
IN WAKE OF ISRAELI REPRISAL
U. S. Jewish Leaders
Score 4Hasty Protest'
Henry Fowler (right center). United Slates Secretary of the
Treasury, congratulates Pinhas Sapir, member of trie Israel
:>.r.et, on the latter's formal presentation on behalf of his
vernment of a $48,258,000 check representating the largest
s;ngle repayment for Israel bonds while Abraham Fein-
left) and Samuel Rothberg look on.
14,000 Jews In Poland
Wait For Exit Permits
SDt >N iJTAi At pn ss
i sponsored tiy the llttti-
Jewtafa Affairs and the
i J. wish Concuss, I>r S J
lln ctor <>( the Institute, dii
I that i4.ooo <>t Potand'a
Jrwi hav.' registered for
anil alxmt o.OOO ha\c
\ :> ,. (t the country, In the
: .! i ontinuing anti-Semitic
1 n ami a St Tk m
1 w huh most .'1 the ac-
I Jews.
. i were of
I. .> l-h 1 :.-II 1!)
Day Polai
at. d by 1 in |ai BUI a
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in rms issue ...
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4 B
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10 A
- B
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8 B
1 B
Published by the Insttute, it lists
the names of 153 prominent Polish
Jews or persona <>f Jewish origin
who have been purged aince the
aununei of 1967. The list consisted
largely of university teachers, edi-
tors, factory managers, high rank-
mi: civil s. r\ants ami officials of
\ arums institutions.
Thr |>rr^>> easafereaee bbm naaale
iini>ii<. with th- permJaaasa >( bt-
traad BaaaaD, a letter which Loral
Ktlvsfll wriilr I" V\l:it>lw tO~
iiuiiUii. First fterretarj >f the Pa
ii-i iiiiuiiiiiiist Party, In which be
it-.-tared thai Mr. Ooranlka could
li.iw |.r-\ nl. il the ill-, riminatorx
uis I In wave hi mil Semlthun
in Polaad fi|iiiri th.ii Noeialbtta
. wrvwlien apeak out." be s.ml.

ii nisi Part
ill .i hall '

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a livided
1 I I'
I wish :
a Zionist* Zionists
| V ire Nazis,
M W Y> IRK Leaders of the
major national Jewish organiza-
tions were highly critical of the
position taken by the U.S State
Department on the latest Israeli
retaliation to the Arab terrorist
attack on ki Al aircraft, which
took place in Athens. Greece
The Jewish lcailcrs sr.ii.-rl the
state Department's protest over
the Israeli raid on lleirtit Interna-
tional Air|x>rt as well as the U S
position at the United Nations.
condemning Israel for the raid.
MiMt of the .If wih leaden*
pointed out that Israel had taken
elaborate pre.- all! ions. s. knit to
prr\ent an> 1" of lift- In the at-
tack dim ted e\elimlvrl> against
Arab waid aircraft In Beirut.
In criticising the action by the
state Department, Jacques Torc-
/.i president of the Zionist
1 irganization ( America, cited the
"terrorism and murder" carried
out agalnsf the Israeli Boeing tut
in Athens, ami pointed out that
while the Israt U envoy was railed
in Immediately after the Israeli
attack was announced, Arab offi-
cials had not been aummoned fol- ,
lowing the Athens tragedy, Anil
this was in spite of the fact that
Israeli commandoa destroyed Arab
plains without the loss of a tingle
life, in the reprisal raid, in con-
trast to the results of the Arab
attack. Mr Torczyner laid
'if there are delicate negotia-
tions to bring about peace In the
Middle Bast which the State De-
partment claims arc being h Kl at
this time, its hasty action will not
Contlnuoc on rag* 6-A
Russia Seeking U. S.
OK On Mideast Plan

Continued on Page ISA
Rabbi Dies
Is Buried
in \
In
ietnatn
Israel
irn> n R ''. Viet Nan
ha| lain Sii gi i who was
I | illi Dee IV when
.
jurtb nfter taking
i- i- li
.'. Yi RK Capt 'rtoi H
'. w I1" of I '
Nan w ho is killed
: | lh w lllli 01 i
JERUSALEM iJTAi New
Soviet approaches to the United
Stal in ntl> anr.i d .it reach-
ing agreement on sn Imposed solu-
tion '"' diddle Kasl d< adlnck.
been madi in the past : *
v .. k> it w is learned ii om an
ei fiia week
i .in ill) reliable aourcea report
the I mtfil >i.iIik hi- been Mead
i.isi iii its riiusii tn agree to any-
thing other than peaee agree-
nifiit arrived .it dlreetlj between
\-i i.l .mil in \r ili < .iiiiilr> .
\ Ministry
Ihi >"'. iel goa 1
''
., the I
mi osa
t w.
I the A
, it Ma: ited the So
uned that Is
iw to tin pn Six
Day "
I'rinif Minister l.esi Eahkol re-
Iterated Israels determination t
remain ihi the existing demarca-
tion line* tor the next to years if
aereaaar) t" assure a lasting Mid-
dle Raal |m-ii and eehoed Foreign
Minister xbba Eban'a rrltleism ol
a jtiuil Sovlet-Eg\ptln < hiiimhiiii
one battled In t"alro followntg the
departure ol a So1et del-gatloa
ii. aaled bj I.....Ign Minister An-
drei Uromyko alter four days in
. i.nlf re iii with President Sasaer
ami other Egyptian leaders,
li ging 1st ael'a ; i in pi w ith-
drawal from the
the | leela I I
i Kpansionist policj as in-
dicated ii statenv nts "i I
I
i-nt md
Isra
Continued on Page 15 A
Aid Offered
To Restore
Air Services
WASHINGTl IN The I'S -
rrnnn nt this week offered massive
American an! to nstore the lyl*-
) si air aervicea crippled h> in
Israeli reprisal raul on Beirut In-
ti i national Airport which resulted
in destruction ot 1 I Arab plant S,
Damage waa istmiated at h'- t
$50,000,000.
The lsrai u raid urried out by
commandos who occupied the air-
port after landing from belli
tirs, was in retaliation lor the
attack by two Arab rrorists n
an Y.\ Al plane in Athens Airport
last week, The Arab terrorists in-
volved In the attack cause from
Beirut ami their tenor srgsniza
tiun is based in 1^'banon.
Whi......ie Israeli was killi
s, v, i .i m n oundt d in i he
chinegun attai k on the El A
. raft ii Atfn was t
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Ben-Gurion Says He Is
One-Man Knesset Party
i. AVIV JTA
ion.

for .i s. al in I I in nexl
yeai tiona rtions
[,,, ,i : ntarj laboi l<
era by letter that
sell ho
rails '
Rafi uas the na
headed b\ Shimoi '
viinistei M -''
which broki av. ,i> from lh< Mapai
pai t> s. mi al years a ind is
mem porti ii into the I iboi
Party bj ea
Vvodah
DAVID BfN GUK'ON
I dward T S u drov
in nl the tl). '' w -
in Board'a C.....utsion
i I ur.. said that
\im- has provided a
chaplainc) sscorl to at
npany Capt Singer'a body to
a-'l The I S militnrs BttaV
Tel Avi\ is coordinating local
in nts (or the burial ami
i military honors with members
haplain'a family
In n la tt. i to JVYB'a I'ommis-
Jewish Criaplggncy shortly
.
,tifiod thai ad >
r\ice in Viet
and was looking forv
rhallengin and rewai
in
he

Nam.
to
,. .ii
II. had ii i ingi 'I a complete k bed-
latu to at b of the units in
hh ,i. a which would provide for
,1 the men In the field
aa well as Urns. ii. bai i ampa
Bom in the United States In
1936 Chaplain Singer received ins
b.a. d '" Ctj College ol
N, a y0i,. In 196S nd hla }* he-
Negro Anti-Semitism Crowing
Continoed on Page 11 A
NEW "i' RK i JTA \ '
rommunit) leadei has wan
the rising poll! i li-Semittsm
ol Black Powei mililanta an
rested thi possibility that they
might i ventuall) muster the aup-
poi i ni tin white establishnv nl to
the detriment "f -lews
The opinion was ixpnsscil by
Karl Raab, executive director ot
the Jewish Community Relations
II ,,i San Francisco In "Pu-
Rla k Revolutioi and Ihc Jev. ish
i ] ai arti< li publisht d in
t he .lam.ii dition ol 'ommen-
tarj mags
A lormei sociologj professor al
ih. i him rsltj ol
San Frar* Iseo State College, Mr
Raab sai.i thai whilt .1 majoi it) of
nay be opposi ii to the
anti-Semitic behavior ol tht mili-
willing to do 1
1 thing about it It -t tn< > w 1 m to
the mi
.. don thn
hi 1 light on hi ability ol a
ninM-nii nl to In .1 --
mil .1 corps ol ant 1 S< mites he
WTIltl
Tern Ing II J wish bt liel that
anti-Semitism is obsoleseenl aa 1
cultural form in Ann i k?a and that
the gt 1 si Amei ican population
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Israels Only Means
To Stop Terrorism
In an orderly society due process
:: law is the prescribed remedy for
grievances. When a wrong is
: rmmitted. the wheels of justice must
be allowed to turn in their familiar
: rtern, no matter how slow. In an
crderly society there can be no other
v.: y.
But the world community of na-
t.c.ie> is anything but an orderly
sc-iety and until such time as justice
zzri be assured in the conduct of
ir.ernational affairs, other means
rr. ast be utilized than resort to legal
D easures.. The very survival of
z-eople and nations can, at times
:*pend on these alternative means.
Last week at Athens Airport, what
Ps me Minister Levi Eshkol and other
responsible leaders described as an
act "of insane terrorism" took the
lire of a passenger on an Israeli air-
craft a passenger, incidentally.
who was on a goodwill mission for
the United Nations.
The two sell-confessed Arab ter-
::. ists who perpetrated the outrage
took up positions around an QA1 airliner and
deeded machinegun fire at the passengers
.iide with one goal in mind to take as
rany lives as possible.
The two terrorists were apprehended by the
Greek authorities, murder charges were hied
cr.d. in due course, they may even be executed
::. the crimes.
But the Arab terror war is not carried out
within the limits of an orderly society and the
rr.eting out of justice to two terrorists will not
protect innocent lives in the future. Those tak-
ing part in terror not only against Israelis but
c :ainst all persons even remotely identified
w.th the cause of Israe'. io so with the full
:.vention of serving cs martyrs when they get
caught.
.
Swift Action Called For
The Israeli resporu had to be swift and
cecisive and above al h id to demonstrate
I] t no Arab qovernrr. ,'j harbor bases
c: terror with impunity.
The Israeli retaliatory ; on Arab planes
crsed at Beirut Interna:io:-._-l Airport was carried
ct to demonstrate clearly that the acts of terror
c nnot be continued without full responsibility
on the part of those .Arab governments that
tc.ercte them.
If the United Nations were strong enough
tc bring a just peace to the Middle East, such
reprisal raids would not be resorted to in a
desperate effort to make it clear to the terrorists
that their future operations will be executed at
high cost.
Reprisal Without Killing
Governor William Scranton. who recently
called for a more "evenhanded" policy in the
Middle East after his brief tour of the region for
President-elect Richard Nixon, would do well
to examine the developments of the past week.
He might compare the Arab terror attack
using murder as the unfortunately successful
objective, with the Israeli commando raiders'
efforts to prevent loss of liie.
Israel did not resort to any air attack on
Beirut Airport by Israeli jets because such an
attack would have involved the loss of innocent,
lives.
Our own State Department might have,
shown a more "evenhanded" reaction to the
latest terror developments. Following the mur-
der of the Israeli passenger aboard the ? Al
plane. State Department officials let it be know:.
that they had the situation "under careful ob-
servation." It was cn!y after the bloodless,
Israeli reprisal that the Department launched
violent protests against Israel md the U
States joined in the condemnat.on ot Israel at
the UN Security Council.
Finally, the role o; the various press medi
in glorifying the Arab terrorj
not be ignored.
As long as the terrorist
rt world opinion is on th
will cor.' .". i
and television si lions
role ",
mutt assume their shj:
for acts of terror wh
peoples resistance m |
borders but from ou,s:de gang
supported by reactionary A:
Chaplain Morton Singer
The death last week in Vietna..... Capl
Morton Singer. Jewish chaplain
U.S. headguariers at Phu : ..
home the grim reality c! a w
a tragic toll in American an I Viet
During the Chanukah services at Da Nai ,
on the day before his death, Raboi Singer
dared in a prayer he had composed "H
me Lord and I shall be healed But if in T
wisdom Thou has differently decreed concei
:ng me, I will humbly submit to Thy will pray
fag that my pain and my suffering at I
will be acceptable to Thy sight as the ate,
ment tor all my errors."
He concluded his services by reminding
those present of the* American and theu lew
ish heritage of fighting for freedom, and dymq
tor it if necessary. ^
In h,s ministry fa Vietnam and fa his un-
ortunate death. Rabbi Suiger was an example
to our faghting men of all faiths of dedicatL
Hanoi's Grim Option
W tSHINGTON There i- an
w ,;. : rntsi m the < ute
.. ot the present ittue-
(. .ii the Hanoi trsr-plsnneri
i dO ret .It the
- the) would i '1" In
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sects Hanoi ran r*> longer
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sembUnf the partla
TH Insti ,i | Hsi
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than Well-ain
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may i I.
n Hi i
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ever) kind <>t Inteliup
spprosches to Satg
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EDWARD COHEN
The Sporting Scene

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I you go irri
king tin- hirad
tkei kidi
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i> a imui an attitude is lUes-
' "i cur ttewspspen sbsbs
I nan) .^h.-r
entlj our ova
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men and
ai labeled u a frit,
gambleri and a man en ,
'< admili to makini ihe
I s|h.t1^ beu which are il
: luppost n u | people M-cre
'd b) the revelation and
nore n b) Kincher s refresh
in honest>
"Whsl they ought to do u ar-
rest ever) mm ho has ever made
a hrt and put ,hpm ln b|l, corr>|
There-s mrp hypocrisy this
~untry w.th our rre, ,,,
mater,.|,suc society than on>.
hcrc el
3 :>r
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are .
Hi- plane i rr
il niir educ '
in order t'i i'.
.( a||*al
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;h deebning attet
ri an)| drcrrase the I
tie tracks in the
lag to out Icsisla'
f start whettini! tin
when the) rr \outii; *
i)ur%t>|\e< withmit
la keep the h.irs.--
future Of course, his "'"
fouM
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not allow the young i-
be-
.en he near th.
wiaeasn or snsen
erved Just con
honlas run around, k
My lesson for today -........fr*j
another quotation attributed
Kincher i don't think for on'
individual to make a ""
football game is contnlHit'""
any national or ISaeaTBatfasU
crime syndicate "
No? My old home stat<- of **
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Paqe 9-A
ish Crewmen Of Pueblo Held Faith In Crisis
DK-GO. Calif. (JTAi
si m cst of the two Jew
ffl of the rs.fi Pueblo.
i'h turn to the United
I; North Korean cap-
II learned this week,
roc. i uht.
plait Garaon Goodman con-
i mi prayer of deliv
twice and portions of the Cha-
nukah service in the San Diego
naval c hape( for the two men and
their families. He noted that the
men crossed the Bridge of No
Return" to freedom on the last
day of Chanunan. stressing the
symbolism of their liberation.
The Jewish tailors, Steven Jay
Robins 22, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Siilney Robin of Silver Spring.
Md.. a communications technician,
and Steven Paul Ellis. 23. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kllis of
I-os Angeles, a seaman, were said
to have been fearful their Com-
munist captors might take notice
of their religion and link them
with Zionism or [srael. But their
Interrogators never asked about
religion ami thus they were spared
that.
Navy Chaplain Goodman, who is
stationed at the San Diego naval
station, loft a sick bed to greet the
returning sailors, despite a tem-
perature oi 104 degrees He said
the reunions fervor of the two
men and their families was "very
emotional and deeply moving."
They sang Chanukah songs at the
chapel while Christian crew mem-
ban wore taking part in Christ-
mas observances elsewhere on the
base.
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Friday. January 3, 19*33,
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
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all Jews and within theii reach
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cdeis of Jewish Fo!k orgcn.zatirns m^et
|h Arthur S. Ros:char.. executive
|the Greater Mcrm lewish Federation
:usn the 1969 Combined lewish Appeal
mpaign. Shown 'from left' are:Jack F:'cs-f.
lirrnan Ben Guriori Branch-Farband: Sim
sen, chairman, Chicago Fr.endt.hip
Group; Mr. Rosichan; Abraham Grunhut,
chairman. South Beac.i Division, CJA and
IFF; Leon Kaufman, cha. Miami Beach
Golden Ring Club No 3. and Jacob Go'd-
mith secretary. Miami Beach Go'.d n Rin ;
Club No. 3
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quite dote to Longie /will
In that letter I deacribe l
close connections Joe Adonis
with the Kurd Motor Co and
control exerted bj llorettl and
ttman, particularly, over
.ii minor iteel conuww
kn supply outfits, liquor ills
tuition, unions and a ho.it of
r legitimate enterprises w Ii eh
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ned from the nicken who bet
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know Willie and InRie are
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then arc gone The ne
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Friday. January
1*
Ben Essen, chairman of the Residence and High-Rise Divi
sion oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969 Com
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
meets with Four Winds Apartments leadership. Shown (seat
ed trom left) are: Ben Essen, and Max Kollcer. chairman
Four Winds; standing {from left) Mrs. Herman Shaw and
Herman Shaw, honorary chairman. Four Winds.
Via. Textile Club Installs Offieers
The Florida Textile Club hold
U annual Installation and Now
I Luncheon in tho Pan Amer-
ican Room of tho Sheraton Four
: Hotel recently In-
stalling officer was J idge Sidney
Efronaon.
Sworn in as trustees of the Flor-
:a Textile Club, an organization
of ti stile salesmen who call on tho
apparel manufacturers in tho Mi-
ami area, representing convert) n
1 and mills, were W. RrandenhurRer.
M. Goldberg. J. Ledwlth, If. Lef-
k.mit/. G Marbey. \V. Tonzi r and
M. Willen. Sol Wenig was In-
stalled as president. Jack Diamond
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Continued frm Ptgt 4-A
program for mucti blgtiei
for any offensive effort Aw
reason is the enormous
continuing Increase in 'he num-
ber of em my units In South VI t
Nam that now mainly dew
North Vi' tnan s< replace ments
Still another reason is th
better poatun of Uii S. and
ARVN forci -
It is ,-i fair estimate then. I
it would i at Hai ol .- abo t
double to rew at the 1968
m 1 *;.< Tn. coal 1968 W IS i
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and you get a North Vietnam**)
manpower investment propor-
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Americans. It ear. i seen then,
why the famous Truong Chinh I
document apiars to rule out
this choice in a most di
manner.
What. then, of tho "protracted
war" that was .-all.il for by this
leading Hanoi Politburo mem-
ber' Here the difficulti.-s arc
pretty obvious To begin with,
the retreat into small-unit, pro-
tracted war was adjudged too
dangerous by Hanoi, as noted
above, in 19fi5 and again in 19T.7
And with the VC in the south
great!., weakened by the ijtfin
offensives, any such retreat is
certainly far more dangi
today
Vh tnami se as
gueniilas it 8 wtri Vli t
\., ko run co mti r to i rrj
in tn ok- It
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Dial an always giv-
ing sin I the i lastic
na It wo iM son ly fail tn
i P sick n: ted NUon
bad in- guts and patience to
until the
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. \ ni. n.-e tnat Hanoi at evt
I this i u
. \| dk nt. w ith all its
Tit at
does i "t
rules
aa Algiers' specialty
out a srnous i
sue clfoi t
on the two aasup
IrtW. l : '"* then
V cVar Hano, >
in Pans will tinn i
against the tiacYnVop '
ily even ipm1I> nt-t
military rind political I
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al'ine could not possibly carry or.
the kind of war Truong Chmh
demanded for more thai; a law
months after the departure at
' North Vietnamese big units
... how. wi. Hanoi can
atti mpt the peculiar corn-
promise expedient that was firM
publicl) .-.St.,i in a
earliei report ii this spaa
I-, othi r wordt Hr
to n forci gravel) weal
ened I ..- ol the VC in the ham-
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injection fsma North
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to ai t as pseudo-g h
would i a despi rati i \-
i. ed, but n j .st might
be att.n ; | | || j \%[ might
work for a w I
Clear Outlook
It just might, m other \>.
porar) wl
b it still Lroul
I sudden VC res irgenci '' t
awn** |w t saggi w* 'cfa-
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Paqe 13- A.
BOOK REVIEW
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ISRAEL ON THE SEVENTH DAY
By RUTH GRUBER
GrubtdC select**! the title
Ir-st hook. Isntrl on thr
i l>> i Hill and Wang.
i h n ItanirT* remark.
i\ War is over, hut
I >ay. Um 'lav of rest,
> beern gcined."
.i-r. who ha* made 17
; -ra-l sine* 1SM6 as a
: rribune, Ijtok, Rftdv*!
- \i-rai other publics-
. iba country, under-
peupk n:i reporti
s u 1th empathy.
hall o ( th<- book
rps prVjr t" June 5,
he* a M im i'i il--
ii ol hat happened i;<
iitmi l leu rt. m Jcruaalem
J in HVisrhts The
i I., mdl deUberattoin
r Mbttat there and in
il Assembly, rulminat-
trv revolution ol No* 83,
paeaented with the
u| xpraaiioci and paucity
Is characterizing excellent
style.
this were all of the t*>r<.
loafed lay "dayenu," II
ami close the review.
Kr the airtnll.r but much
tnlfli ant \msi <>f tht i>k
inii>rtant for Jew! and
r.v Few Jaws, Including
ha'. been aware that
in. and still are. althounh
.ser ih-Rree. two Israels
. the world of the Ashke-
twith which most tourists
rontac-t. The other world
cased of the Sephardic and
C^B: JTs AiLhM^h this lat-
td eWtltiite-r'at least 50
of the Israeli population.
ully ever seen except m
ntal section of Tel Aviv
ng small restaurants site-
in exotic, spicy foods
Jtrusalein in their own
Jf^^iot widely known that the
corm from such places
Iran. Yemen and Algeria '
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Israel in the United States, we
have the problem of integration.
In Israel, it is calked absorption.
David Ben < tartars cry for im-
migration from the West was
baasd on his lAaMMnaatl fear
that the Influx '>f non-Ashkena/i
Jews and their burgeoning birth-
rate would cause irnei to become
a I^'vantine state.
The Six pa\ War brought
about change In Israel a sense
of urut> that had not previously
existed among all : the iN-opie
regardleas ol their places of ori
Kin. Commenting "What many
of us feared a nation divided
between Jews trout the Western
world anil JeWa from Moslem
lands teemed I dan*
gar." Ruth Orbbef rotates the
story ol the little Sephardic boy
who. whan asked what he wanted
to be when he irretA iiik replied,
"I want to bi' an JksftkeiMDd."
A young Iraqi Jew wrote in a
novel. In Israel there is a fccl-
Ing that even God is an Ashka*
na/i There an- s.irnv funda-
mental problems imuhisj ill in-
COrpovaUng tht Seiihardim and
Oriental Jews bfto fill partMpa>
lion in all segments "t political
life. Ami how nan Israeli teach-
CTS help and etiucafe the young
Oriental and Sephardic children
when most teachers corns from
middle-class homes, with stori-s
of the shtetl" riruring in then
ears 'She I the Israeli tsachSTl
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Mis Gruber
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merit, that the Israeli least*
of the weakest links In
Israels educational lystem" will
probably shock many.
Widespread attention should be
given to the chapter in which
the reveals the frauds icrpctrat-
ad in the Arab refugee camps
with the knowledge and assis-
tance of the American directors
God spare us from a repetition of
the American foreign policy of
the Hit let inn period when our I
President dM nothing and the >
State Department less than noth-
ing to ivait the slaughter of Jews
Our present President and State
In-partment an feeding the tires
ot genocide by permitting Arabs
to use their I'NP.WW ration
cards to buy arms and ammuni-
tion for th>' fedayeen and El
Fatah, nnd by shutting then >>..
to a perversion of world philan-
thropy. 'I ii' SUthOI les de-
tails names as we'd as incidents
Her description of the vlsil I i
the VV sti m Wall on Tlsha B*av,
1967 supports the refusal of per-
mission f"i tin Reform group to
conduct familj services" (read
men and women being togetheri
at the Wall The man or woman.
who would put a "qvitel." a mes-
sage to God, between the stones
she says, who would hallow the
ground in front of the Wall with
his or her tears, who would feel
the stream ol Jewish history
coursing through his or her wins,
who would feel the symbolism of
the stones rather than the phys-
leal shape that person would
know that true prayer is -
,-ret personal dialogue with ("rod
and that in the trance ol pure
spiritual devotion, <>ne requires
no partner, not even the spouse
whom one holds dearer than life.
No OrthOdOX Jewess. Ruth
Gruber and her husband were
both there, but they di.l not have
to stand together to pray to-
g< tiier, asking for all the things
she wanted as a mother and wife
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Friday. January 3. 1959
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Just What kind Of A Year Will 1969 Be?
H'
\ou | talk a lit!
n! beat you
Did

Will \OU Ih
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/.., ev> you feel very
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ve been havu nded
story
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dr. in a hat thai i- u n D Stets
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doesn l suit mj I
So he goes tl I *
lust al I I thai
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So 1MB, I think man) people considering a lot
the new things we haw* hern h..\mg ptatfai the o'ct
refei particularly to the viotano> irhidi Man to pen., |
all areas ol ihe holdups in the street-, an-
m stum to me
up* .in-- it d es not neeessa
And I lei IH -
little investigattn
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bul nol or in tfcx
European Kewitetter By GABRIEL LEVENSON
Israelis Vre Familiar Visitors In Rumania
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which confronted il in 1048 when ii was in-
vaded bj fire Vrab stati and in 1 hordes lined up al the borueri ready to use their
Russian arms and armor to push the Jews into the
sea
rhe audience was deeply moved and inspired
They responded accordingly, and our Israeli was
impressed The picture a- quite true. He was alo
iti-Mrbed by the menace kangiag imr his hnmc-
land and seriously con Mile red whether he ought not
interrupt his trip and hasten home to be with hi-
will and children in this time of national danger
The next night his American friend took him to
another mooting, Thai was sponsored by the organua
lion which sells Israel Boodl Our Israeli found a
large audience of Intelligent, well-dressed, interest
ed men and women He observed thai many of the
face- were Ijmilur: many were the same he h.nl
aeei I he night before And thia is what h- noted
down from Hie lips oi the eloquent speakers on the
platform
Israel i- I day .1 1 iui In of industrial 01
tunity 1! (urisb ng II has .1 reservoir
of bn
where ind Is
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fused Bui whal confused him even more was
fact thai noi 1 u Jewa he mi 1 were
the least bit confused Everything seemed quite
dear to them it seeaed that our Israeli was not
too bright lie t ire up hia notes and decided not to
try to fathom matters too complex for hi- feeble
understanding
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+J Page 15 A
Russia Seeking I S.
OK On Mideast Plan
Miami Councilman Ed
isoii has been appointed to
re as c member of the Com-
Oil Intergovernmental Re-
r.s of the Florida League of
lies for 1969.
Continued from Page I A
Implement the > i u ity Council
resolution "i Nov. 22, 1967, and
its continuation in i ccupying lands
of three ai .iii countries i naures
it- i xpansionisl policy and forma
continued aggression against the
sow i> Igntj and curitj ol these
Ai ,i>i stati s."
Expressing Egypt's "deep con-
lidi ration ol steps iln ly taken
by xh> Soviet Union toward eras-
ing the const qm no i i the Israeli
ision," thi miqui also
said that K ssia iml I rjpt would
continue talks oi liters ol con
cei n fn ix)th -
1 .: Dm; ko's rvl
cow. the Sot ji t ni .'. Tass,
report that
Its
I1.000 Jous In Poland
Wait For Exit Perm iIs
with Dr. Gunner V Jarring, the
United Nations special Mideast
peace emissary, who roaeived ins
late from thr Nov. IvHiT S.
flinty Council resolution, and
asserted that continued Israeli oc-
cupation of the Arab territories
was the mam cause of tension in I
the Middle East, adding that the
Smut I'mon lias again pledged
full support to Egypt.
'Tin- communique shows." Mr.
I.b.m said, "that there has bo n
no change m the ideas of the So-
viet Foreign Minister ami Presi-
dent Nasser, nor even in then- for-
mulations on a possible Middle
I .i-i solution .. Tho Soviet Union
Identified is, it, in the comma-
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Miami. Florida, "Friday. January 3. 1969
Sectic ?.
Greater Miami '68 Bond Drive
Purchases Reach $5,350,000 Mark
^el's United Nations Envoy Shablai Rosenne. left, pre-
the Oeanor Roosevelt Israel Humanities Award to
Claude Pepper at the Ambassador's Ball, sponsored by
bra*] Bond Organization.
*abbi Lehrman To Speak
4* CJA Hi-Rise Lunch
H i li i i hi
i : || h miirr. I I ''
ill I I e i -' spi BKi r
sixth annual lunch* i
:..<..> sectioi the
Ji u Mil A| ;- il ii> l-
[t Morton Tow 111 Res-
II r sdaj Ai S ako, the
,11 coordinator for Morton
i thli i k
f. inuel H< ii'.' Ii luncheon
n.
'ollowiag an- mmbm >!
lorlun Tnwen committee Al-
[Aiikrr. Mm. Louis Amman,
I Lisa Harm-It. Hess Baruch.
H renstain, lm ing Bei |-
Mm Rachel Brady, Harry
Guard Auxiliary Fete
iled For Jan. 11
S I krd Auxi n
m VI, Mill ha
"i Watch banquet and
i ,.i tni <
laj Jai 11.
\ 11 v.. iss mi <;,
ipta
Id Auxill iry, i- In i
Vboul 230 pel sons
ptpecti to attend the pai I >
Mil start at 8 u> p
Brofl Mn Bessfc Bura.k. Mrs
Cyrel Dane Mrs BettS '
\ i' M Preen an, larai I I bet
Dr H Glventar, Mn Harm G
man. Mis Mina GUckmen, Moi
Goldberg Mr ami Mrs. Samuel S,
Goldberg Ethel Goldman Mrs
Bea Goldwora, Joseph Goodman,
Mum is i ,i i i Samuel Grunfi Id
Rebecca Harris, Israel Hartston,
Lillian ll.iut. Milton M. Ilill.i
Rod H irschman, Knt/i Uaa
Harm Kaplan. Sigmund Klein,
Louil K.ilin. Julius Krawit/. Mau-
rict i. Kutx, Mm Ethel B Lavine
r.ai i-.I i ,i LowetaHala, Max Man.tei
Mn Ben Marcus. Jack Margulka
Mr ami Mrs. Jack J McyerowiU,
laailari Miller. Mm. Morris Minov.
Mrs Lillian Monaah Gotda Moss,
Mm Isadon Moti I
Gabrii I N khmias Helen Oppen-
hi mi. Moi i .- Radn u tai oi 11
Reichlin, Evelyi Ril .- < la Ros-
i blatl Mn Harrj R>
Mr and Mn Sa Mn
- iblow ->k\ Mn Toby &
t. i \h and Mn 11
i Mr and Mn Ai Ih ir A
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Abe II Sti Mi R ith K
S imuel C Stoi knol \ \
Stotzky, Frckla Tobej Mn Bes-
sie Treat and Fayc W Ith r
lents ol South Floi ida com-
it itted themselves during the past
> i ii < pun hi-' ..I Isi ael bonds
totaling 100 m Ith
ii purchases already ma
n achii g $4,276.0 to
by Jam M
Alix ii. n ol the itreati r
Miami Israel Bond Organization
Mr Albert, who announced the
figure al the Ambassador's Ball
noted thai this year's total i x
ceeded the historic 1967 purchases
ii Hi. .ik. ii the Six-Day War,
Gurst ol honor at the Ball was
I'.S Rep ('laud.' Pepper, recipient
ii the Eleanor Roosevi it Israel
Humanities Award, which was
!! u nted to him bj Isi ael's
to the United Nations, Shabtai
Ros.
Rep Pepper's adli ess at the
Ball died foi the U S govi n
men! t>> provide military protec-
Flyman Kolko Elected
President Of R.Z.A.
Kolko, Miami Beach
bl i ummunal i> ader, has been
ed :>i' -i.i. ni oi t>-..- i,
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HUMPHREY. MUSKIE
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stand i s Vice I
dei i Hubert Humphrey and
Sen. Kdmund Muskie, will
make separati inces
for the Greater M
Jewi h !-' di rations 1969
Combined Jewksh \;'i- al-
i mcrgi ncy Pund
S M iskie will
i at i leadenhii
A'rsti.' m i 'ountry
('I'.h "A ight Mi
Hun phi i'y will tx lest
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Mi K.'ik'. announced that the
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the Bureau of lev.
the coming year were, fiom
Lcuis S executive director;
resident; Melvyn B.
Albert E. O-
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tnd Ostar Mambr: tri
its Leon I Ell and M<
Jack K
the pic
Hebrew Academy
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Tllr \i-\tm.irUs have iI.mIi. ..I.iI
tl\I' IIDllil.ll lull!-. .111(1 .1 \n.i-
Kocoe in Israel through thf Kupol
iliilim. Ilisliilrm's iiK arm. Th- \ < iiiilrilinliiiii was tlM n'lilral di.iu-
iii>sli<- ilniii th- -Imlt-a Dfartrlrt,
ltM-atfd In l{. In.vuI
Other medical i Inics which er
the namrs of Anna end Moms
N Khyahu lection <>f Tel Aviv-Jaffa,
in Ashki'lon. in trn- Rotnen
tiiin of Jerutajl ;-.:. and in B*t V.i::
Itamat HenanL Tht Newmarka
also contributed fvndi for a iyna-
Kokik' in tin- Bet Avot honv- for
thf ajrwl in Iloioii.
In addition to a gift of 5'JOO.noo
to the Histadrut Foundation, while
visiting Israel last lunaner the
Newmarka donated two ambu-



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Sat
a i art'i tiig.
Irut Worn n'i Coum-i
New ...,Iri
Hadasaah and B'i
Tht' Newmarka, who arc a<-ti\o
mix n ol !' n mu-KI in
Miami Beach owned and operated
the Tides Hotel hi n I
>i ars 11 tiring only juat n e nlly.
A national host committee t^r
I the MkMVtnter Conferei is be-
ing organized under it* leadership
of Ralitii Leoa Kroniah, nati
via president ol the Histadrut
KiNindntion. and Jacob Rifkin,
chairman of the South Florida
Couneil for Madieal s. .s i
Vocational Traintoig in U.
Leaders of the Florida Region of the Luba-
v.tcher movement met recently to finalize
plans for the oigarrzation's eighth annual
dinner to be held Sunday evening. January
26 at the Deauville Hotel. Shown 'from left*
are: Rabbi Gimpel Onmland; Rabbi -
ham Korf. executive director. Le
bert. cochenrman of the event; Joseph Malelc
chairman; Morion Maybeig; a:;d
Rosenbera.

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Paae 3-P
w Horizons Sets
lly For Jan. 16
J i >n, chairman >>f the
T "" w Ii i tton "i the
lat Miai ]< vv 1st y.
i Fund drivp has
n >
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If t nich ui
id pntl of tho real"
t 'Mi
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Mill..' .lllll with Ml R
.i.--t ii .- the rails
I i j iw inn art commit tee
I k Barg Mrs I
i'.- i nin l'.i"< k. Mn
\at Joseph Butler, Ruhj
*:iv Ram DogaJoff, Mrs
Dornbush Mn B< lie Du-
Salrj l ua Lou Flsch-
.ii i. Fi k dman B< |amin
Mann} < Slucksman, Or
II ish Joseph (SreenberK
. m_\ ilalln i l'.. n lamii
Iti Newn
i Mn Irma
lisi I'aulim i:- blal I
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Yi, i i Si-
Irs Ra W ii ii Mrs H
oral Hern > idimmei
Expected it
et-i Hih-Rise
Brett Li list \levt
Mot' '"*' :' -- I -i' I '
been I
Break: t Mr. thi Rosi-
denre M ':> \>.w-
the Gr
tion's '. m ih Apt* i
Israel which
will b-
Sunda
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infs
the I
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Creater Miami
Hebrew Academy, accepts personal contribution from Mis.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the annual Brick and Binyan
Luncheon of the Hebrew Academy Women, towards the
350.000 pledge for the Academy kitchen. Participants in the
event marking the 21st birthday of the Miami Beach school
purchased "Chai Bricks'' representing 518 donations.
'Human Rights' Is Topic Pioneei u m the
,, ,. ol M ii I Mrs Sam Zol-
Mrs Ethel Felts lire president ,,. ... sw 2, -,-. ,. T sll;l,
..i the i niti .1 v.- \
i Gables Mill ,..''- Chaptei | n idenl ,- Mrs
Th, y,,u in Hun ii Ri -!ik" I-,i!" '"" M|- > ll i
at the retrulai meet Kadimah irmai
Emanu'El
Forum Plans
Are Set
Perrj :. ,-e will
ii
the 19RH
ir North
1 ~>
s I Mi Kaye is ehaii
J
in th<
!-l I
In'. 'he debate on the
topic "Is God I .. i- mounting.
Mr Kaye rcnoi t< d Two ol the
I..!i most .'. u ish authoritles will
present the th < i>.- l topic which
has !>* n u i.i. |y disi issi .'. Im
the ; uli
I 'i i". ipals thi debat
: I-. tin- foi ui: series .' in 1 I
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cl.....f Ih.-. at thi i -..'.crsitj
.( I'M tsburKh, and 1 >:
' imam editor .-i Thi-
PIRHY KAYl
.i. si. -11 Spectatoi w ho ha\ < I -
i: ailing \- rbal ai writ)
for man) months, an rd
Rabbi Irving I., hi irit i
leader ui Temple Rmanu-KI. who
i~ i he sei ii s cool dii :it. -i
V..... Id not havi scleotci
mon able and opp >- .:
.. i on a subject hioh Ir.
Jew ish
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3RD ANNUAL
Nathan H. Danky, auest o! honor at the
IOA annual dinner-dance at the Fontaine-
sieau Hotel Sunday evening, is congratu-
ated by Rabb: Irving Lehrman on his se-
lection as the recipient of the Aboc H
er award. Shown irom left a e Stds
Raymond. Gil Rappcport. Ben 3 Uei M:.
Darsky Inline I Rosenste.r.. Rabb: Lehnn
Concert Artists Slated
For Z. O. A. Dinner

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Fontainebleau
I '! J ;:.,-' Irving ( dair-
Irving; Fields and his r.<
j. who hat* completed r
taaementi in Sen York's Cer-
r Rie Hail, and in eonevrt hails
AiKhout the United States,
Latin America. EHfspe and the.
i Kast. as will as appearing on '
e K-i Suliivar. TV show, wii' ,
r a musical program ran*
ro the classics to ja*/ w;th
(hog Ivri Hebrew Group
Sarr. lei Zareti k -,k or.
at a
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A noted ; kai .- Fields h.<
peered rtcert ha
th.- major ettaW of tl

Rom Byrum, internetioneUy re-
nots-ned concert and open artist.
appeared this [ concert with Jan pirro- here. An
outstanding soprano. N:is Byrum
has planned a special musical pro-
gram of esaeaiea] lira.-.: Yiddish
and international songs.
One of the highlights of the
Uneer will U- tn- ;>res-r,ta:
the national Aboa IfiUel
Award to Miami Ba< h civic lead-
t Nathan H Deraky by Rabbi
er of t hi
N'atkM
of Am

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Spinoza Forum
Starts Its Mth
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Ed .''.
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ntinuing every Thursday
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SHEPARD BROAD, Chairman of the Board MORRIS N. BROAn President

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fciday. January 3, 19b9
Pace 5-B
Luxiiiary Of Jewish Home For The Aged
fo Honor Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silverman
fcreatei Miami Womei Auxll- Sundaj
Jewish Homo tin the Aged
/M^!ii~ Garden*) iii honor its
wident, shmi Silverman, ami
husband, Lawrence, il.arr>i
lh a testimonial Kineheon in the
lliy Aiiiliturium at Douglai Gar-
151 NK 52lld St.. at mx>n
Mr. and Mrs S rman will be
cited for "their untiring efforts in
helping to build our of the I
homes for lh.- a^cil in the South."
a new building will be named in
their honor, and will tie known as
the "Shan and Larry Silverman
Health Center."
Juiie.' Irving B Cypen, honorary
president of the Home, will make
the pmantatioi rormally dedicat-
ing the buildings Lao Boat. presi-
dent, will bring a message ol
grei tings from the Home. The
welcoming address will given by
Mrs. David Phillips, auxiliary co-
ordinator, mistress of ceremonies
and chairman of the day. and Mrs.
Jean i* (FrancesI l.chman. will
give the invocation.
Mrs. Sol Silvrrman. honorary
life president of the auxiliary, is
in charge of arrangements. Mrs.
Anne TancnUaum anil Mrs Sol Sil-
verman are in charge of reserva-
tie Program chairman Mrs.
Louia Makovsky has arranged far
singing star Joyce Farter to en-
tertain, accompanied by Mrs Olga
Btbor Stern at the piano
Opening night festivities of "Fiddler on the
Roof" included a champagne reception
hosted by the Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, who had
purchased the entire house as a fund-raising
project. Present were, horn left, Mrs. William
Olin, ticket chairman; Mrs. Irving Wexle:
president. Greater Miami Section NCJW
Mrs. Bernard Abel, vice president-ways an
means, and Mrs. Hy Pearl, theater chairmai
"Fiddler on the Roof" will continue at th i
Dade County Auditorium through Jan. 1-
FF omen's League Convert Benefits Scopus Facility
Worm n's league for Israel. I.in- who has been acclaimed by public
coin Miami Hcach Chapter, will and press, 14-year-old violin vir-
preaent It! Second annual concert tuoso and concert soloist Guy Paul
in the Pompeii Room cf the Eden Trafioonte, Lee Barry, "gentle-
Roc Hotel at x p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 15. The event will honor the
memory of pianist William Kapell
and proceeds will be used to help
build a music room in the Worn-
cr's League tor Israel girls' dor-
mitory at the H.bnw University
on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem.
Among the artists to be fea-
tun-d on the program will be 13-
year-old pianist Bohilan Sperkacz,
Auxiliaries Of JWV
Schedule Meetings
Revj Wilder. Kmrnaiist and au-
thor, will t> the guest speaker at
the regular meeting of the Jewish
War Veterans !',.st and Aiudliar)
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Deborah Hospital Tag Days
The Greater Miami Chapter ol
Deborah Hospital will hold its an-
nual Tag Mays in North Miami
Beach Friday and Saturday. In
downtown Miami. Tag Days will
l>e Jan. IT and Jan IS. Mrs Han-
r..ih Levous, president, has an-
nounced Chairman of the drive la
Mrs Ann Stronguv
Y Women Elections Slated
v lection ol officers for 1989 is
scheduled for the nc\t meeting ol
the v Women of the vm YWHA
ol Greater Miami W di i idaj tc-
cording to an announcement made
by Mrs Sidney I'.udgin. president.
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and personality, noted radio and
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Miami B< a< h piai I ac<
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Rose Dellerson, president,
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^Awvout people ana /"
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UNDER THE TENT
When Stanley and Jerrj Perlman had a party
the whole hack >jrd '<)h. gosh, 1 gucfl they're
not called "yards" any more') a> under a tent.
with piped in music, a bartender, lots of hot
dies, followed by a buffet dinner Don't
fused i>> i hi' names, this part} wasn't given
bj two men but bj Mr. stanlej and Mrs Jerrj
Perlman It was i fun night with some singing
and talking, and even
a littli extra tl 1 u heard the saj
Where was when hi ghts went out*"
Well hut onlj momentaril)
H ests were Mr and Mrs Gi
Gordon Mi ai d Mrs M uck, Mr and
M Mil tael Vck Mi in I \l: \ Budd
Cutler, Mr ai d Mrs Dorj \ Mr and
Mrs. Nat I Fudgi I Mrs Raj n I
Nat M i-
L. S. D
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liki Anne felt
all I a
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Lam R iseman, M rid Mrs
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HE GETS BETTER EVERY YEAR
Red Elinoff I
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) ear was the best yet, the
' chicki -
and four grills
The ways th its 1
md leavi i I ["his
wen lift
out la>t year.
GueSts included Mr and Mrs Sidney lewis
Mi and Mrs l.en MUler, Mr and Mn Louis
l'eikell. Mr and Mr- Maui.ce FlnkelOT, Mr
.md Mr- Harrj Corash and Mr and Mrs Louis
rtoii The Elinofl son and hew. Joe, i> home
from year and a half in the Peace < orpa in
Ghana lhi dinner was just a wee bit different
from the dinners in Ghai a
YOUR OWN THING
The show al i be i oci inul Gi
the most What waa even more fun tnan the sho
itself was the audience Real young with short
_- .i" ; prett; unj;
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ten -im_ if nol
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wli i sang .t u.i-
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Rabbi Lipschitz To
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Temple Israel Talk
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Judge Barad Will
Address Bureau
On Czechoslovakia
Judge Frederick N Barad will
ii scribe hi* impressions ol C/ oaJovakla and Central Europe dur-
lag "is I..'it \iNit there .it th<-
next meeting ol the Board "i
Directors of the Bureau "i Jewish
Kducation, according ti> Aiixii i
Oatlp preaident The lfeianl will
i' I 15 i1 m Monday In the
of i ti- Bureau.
Judge Barad ,i- In Czechoslo-
vakia dnrluj; the confrontatkM
with Russia and had an opportu-
lit \ in i'Iim i \ the new --i!
"I the Jewi i' Gen an) and \ -
i is well
Included on lln mcetii
M.. and Mrs. Julius M. Ros-. !-?ft, and
Ml and Mrs. Pnul Faske receive guests at
Mou tal's eighth annual Jubilee
Chair m ol Mr. 1
i i Mi Rose rg w i i
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Among those who took part m the festivities
at the eighth annual ball of Mount Sinai
Hospital were, lrom left. Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Friedland. Mr. and Mrs Samue.
Fnedland and Ben Kline.
:;i will i- ;i disi ission ol the Con-
sultation Pin.:'am "I the Bun
new ilevelopmonts In the Accredi-
tation Program and reports on
new activities <>t the Bureau, In-
volving cooperation with tii- Cen-
ter foi Self-Instruction i>i tlw
i iad< Countj Board of Public In-
struction Recommendations will
also l made for new Board
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Friddy, January 3. 1950
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Women
NflfN
WOMAN CF THE WEEK
er w .- in-: and brou Rhl
iveragi hom four eh
with tl lher active txiih sociall)
ise in 'hr communit)
I tie mil) w :i- exposed i<>
Is in "hull Helen excelled
\ n th/ sch '"I li
in eli high sch 10I and col-
field, hocke) basket ball,
swit n everything that could
be played
Graduating from the University
of Cincinnati with a B.S in Health
and Science she worked on the
playeround and taught ballroom
dancinu and swimmins; She was
a senior Red Cross instructor and
taught life saving for 12 summers.
She went back to the University of
Cincinnati and worked towards two
more decrees, a B S and a BE which she attained having
received a fellowship. Then she went back to teaching.
She met Ed at a bridge came and was amazed that
ht- didn t ask her for a date But he called the next day.
three times in fact They dated for two weeks and knew
that it was the real thing. They got married shortly after
wards in 1942 Helen continued to teach school when Ed
went into the service She was talked into taking a teal
for policewoman Spread all over the front pate of the
newspaper WSI the fact that a schoolteacher had made the
highest grade She earned a blackjack instead of a gun.
but took shooting lessons on the ran^e at her lunch h She ua- the first woman to be hired as a policewoman in
Cincinnati The first week every motor cycle cop. heat
walker, in fact everyone on the force came to visit her But
at the beginning of the second week word was out from
headquarter* that no one was allowed to visit the little
policewoman At this time Ed wa- in the service. After going
to all kind* 0f schools he became a moss officer Over-
seas he a- in charge of distributing the food to the 1I1-
placed person! and the liberated concentration camp-. One
0l the i:i-l to arrive, he would never diSCUSI what he saw,
merer) saying that it was worse than you ould ever believe
While Ed was overseas Helen moved to Miami because she
d Ihi warm climate for her health Ed got out "f sei
vice and arrived home in time for hi- sun- first birthdaj
Quite a jump from one year "Id Ed. Jr. to the Ed '
t wh is s senior in Medical School at the University
: Miami His wif- Daryl teaches Chemistry and I
active in Ten-pie Judea Sisterhood, shi
" V'enel an Po 1
Iri the fall "i 47 she wenl back to teaching She taught
lea and hard ol hi .,- well .1- the
pei ial education for the S ut
f thi Dade < iunt) Public Schools \
k- with all facets of ed
Both Helei and from structured h imes
'<(! to Ik- disabedienl ami the) weren't They
rauw : th e way The) had rules and re
..rid he abided b) them Helen feels that eh
should be taught right from the beginning she agrees with
- who w.i- asked by the fund mother ol
month old bab) when she should start to discipline her
Child .Madame he replied You an- 1R month- too !.it''
A child must lie able to make a choice
Helen la "n the board of the American Association of
t Iversjty Women she belongs to A I> K who ralaed d
f<>r educational projects, the Council of Exceptional Child
ren and the American Association for the Mental Deficiency
Helens husband teaches at Eiler Junior High School They
both enjoy talking about their work and discussing the
professional magazines that take up all of their reading
lime Their social life include- swimming, dancing, cards
and a strong family unit.
They are fortunate in both having a part of their
families living in Miami They like to take cru-i-e- They
have a dream Someday they will have time to be gone for
several months They wool take a slow boat to China but
will take a long leisurely trip on a freighter
-WIGS-
Both Human Hair or Dynell
AS LOW AS $15 75
MRS BERNARD CLASSMAN
Phone 534-6160
FREE WIG!
HAVf A WIG FAKTY
All 100, HUMAN HAIR
Coll Anytime
751 3249
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Sandra S. Marotis
Weds Jeffrey Lynn
In at th- VI :er
Sunday. D M;"-
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UBS. IRVING I. HABWmAH
\nrl\ ici'tls \\ ill
Make Their Home
In Toronto Canada

Hotel at laj is,
Sherr) I. V
Irving J Haberman wen per-
h.i rm d b) I'.aiiin Ralph 1
A reception and dinner at the
hotel followed.
The daughter >( Mr and
Pen Fret In in ol Ti >n
tario Canada the brtdl
George Harve) Secondar) S I -
in Toronto Her huaband :i" 1^
graduate ol the Universit) ol Mi-
ami and the r-M School ol Law
1- stockbrokei with Thomson &
McKinnon in Toronto Hi- mottiei
Mrs Kate Hab>-rm,in lives at 5131
SW V7th Am Miami
The brtdi who chose beaded
gown for her wedding and
carried a Bible covered with white
orchids and ribbons, attended
by Kiloen Free, t man. maul of
..:>.! bridesmaids Gloria Ja
snd Mrs Sybil Greensteui
Stdne) Greenstein served as heal
hi were Sam Finkel-
sti in and Haivej R
After a horn ymoon in the Carib-
beai t.':'- coupk will make their
I ntu
Sharon Jacobs /Vote
Mrs. Harry Cohen
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Th. couple will make Mem York
thi 11 home
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
coarrtAcriNg. tiMitiNt
Sarviaa Dade Cmtmty Over 25 Yteri
Hll S.W. 14th ST. Nl s-9f04
LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534-0001
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JH. iifftir A. trNN
and attended Cumberland School
nf l.au in ItiniunKhani Ala.
After a hone) moon In the \
la thr couple will make tbetr
home in North Miami Be.i
M*S SAr I. COHIN
JUDITH AMtt CftSMWIM
*is llaUfal. cot;
FSl Student* II r,l.
Retain To School
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Tallahaase.
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parses m d I RaU i
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Benj :
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Ml and Ml
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Miami H*ai*h
Miami Norlar: -.
od [irr\iou*l> atti:.
verattj of Miami S'->
i s i i-t i paikM at ^
husband. son of V:
Stanley C Gokih.it;
IWrnl St ahu> grad
Nnrlaiwi Senior ilinu S
is n mrinb.-r of Al|>ha
MjimI of honor was i'-
mon. brui.-sntai.1s wei
Gosdbi rg Pbjrlasi c.,
tiara Steinh.-n{ Ttv
laiiry Coel to vtm
Bt n I>- liik-k, Sti i'
anall
After i weddlnsi n
the hotel thr nrul\i-l-
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Brevmrd. Apt C3-1 I
GerahwiiM Tell tM
jiMlith's Betrothal
ujaement
been am

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Summer WeiMin?
For Sandra I ^ >'
and Mrs
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Snrvlra J. nn to
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TIm- cuupU- is pia
thu umnni

i "tor the personal frafeuimud Touch"
| CAU SYLVIA MILSEN
u tvfoMMc ssjgaaj conswtraarr n MaVI
jj FLOWERS by
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'616 W.sh,nton A, Miami teach CAU Jfc 2 3231 ^

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lay, January 3. 1969
* legist fhrkkor
Paqe 9-B
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arrninal\
W
yours,
\\ 1 u :. i 111.
k>
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t> >nc .-.ilk r mble fi >
i i. and
u Ith mini n Mrs
\
ri rk< I silk dm
nai linei wea\< coal in
.i geometric print
kill i ly K.....man topped her
j ith a matching ..ii i
iin. tasi col 'i Mi- Selma
|rdn was in a ealu-a rural
\\ ensemble, A white Italian
It v warn bj Mrs. Jack
liw .-,:.- Her shell was hand
rh' t- :. as was the trim on her
far Wff. Alfred Harrow's pea-
ensemble featured a
w n medalUoii motif A
Bow i'.tltan knit suit with a
hihnv mohair coat whs the
bio Mrs. Cecelia Prince.
|LMr- Joseph RuSenOTTg matte
.ghe ', ami white wool knit en-
jli/. wMch sin- won-. Her
V: s had a bok-nnk-nitth.
Ilrk -fitted top. Another who
naavibto was Mrs. Mur-
1.- ine. Hei white skimmer
I shocking |>mk banriuiK
he bateau neckline and
i, rti-r length ileevaa. Mcr
Kupler was in an kwbluc
.. ,.! I-: i tembie. the
rt banded In silver la. me. ami
I bj bodice striped hoi tzon-
\. | -l[\ !
i ilon d knit en-
lb w a- s. i n on Mi
|| Weisi was
i .: ed ir itelaaae Mn
f .,.!. i i lack ci ocheted
St i jacket wai trimmed
iiii- ink collai Mn
eleh i lei
^ ol .. its \\ stching
nted bj
I Mn Alua-
,i knit with a
il Mi
!. Kr.it en-
line A Ii
the choice ol I
i Mrs. Pi ii
was in navj u te as was
the Umt : ,
Carvei
In-. Frankel |
i' i : was a
knit.

Noi ma and Harol I Abbot! ei
tertained aboul 200 guests ii i
recent cocktaU party In their
home honoring the
of their sun. Myles. to Eva Of-
fenbach, whusf parents, Mr. and
Mi- Rubin Offenbach, were in
European concentration camp
when she was born. Mrs. Abbott
chose a champagne-colored silk
worsted with bracelet-length
Sleeves tnmm-d with white mink
Cuffs Mrs Olfenhach's dress was
a gold -ilk with a Jeweled bib
neckline, and the bride-to-be
won- a white ribbed wool in a
princess sflhooette.
B .
^
Fred char-
... i,i ip. ..' her
ili nit bod featurii
robias
I ind
Shelley Friedland,
Michael Singer
Plan AtigiMt Rites
Mr an SfltiO Pinetree r>r. Miami Beach.
unnourrc th<- einarement of their
daughter. Shelley, to Michael A.
Singer
The bride-to-be is a junior at
the University of Florida in
Gainesville. Her fiance is a senior
at the university, where he i- a
member of Tau Kpatton Phi frater-
tentity; Beta Qasntna Blgms
tional business honorary; is
Delta i psuon, natl
honorary and Beta Al| he Psl M
tional accounting honoi i
An August wedding is
|ilann< d
Eileen Steinberg
To Keep Her Name
Mr and Mrs Sam lei St
- SW l.'Ui St
nent ol tl
I ,. n. to Ml Do ; is Fi -

I Mrs. Oscar S<
\, ck NY
CAHOKl KAl BtRMAN
Candice Berman
\ii:ii>i Bride-to-be
Mr and Mrs Alfred I' B>
r i engagement >l ihi ir
htci i n lice Rai to I
Stuart Bio k son ol Mrs 11- nry
m 285 I Pine Tree In Mi I
Beach, and George Block ol Wil-
mington, Del,
The bride-elect, a senior at the
University ol Florida, where she
is majoring In Special Education,
i- on the Dean's I.i-t and the
President's Honor Roll I tor achiev-
ing a stralght-A average). She
, plan- to teach after graduating In
June.
A senior at the University of
Florida, where he is majoring In
mathematics, her fiance is also on
the Dean'fl LlSt and the President's
Honor Roll. He is a past president
ol l'i Mu Epsilon, mathematics
honorary, and is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa national scholastic
honorary. He will continue his ed-
ucation, attending graduate school
to earn ins Ph.D. degree in math-
ematics
The couple plan- to marry in
August
Diane J. Glieknian
To Be June Bride
Plans (or a June wedding for
Diane loj (Slickman and .' ffi
MUes Ram have been announced
by her parents Mi and Mi S i
'" i S Shore
Di Mia
I.e. '; moi ol '
elect haj
I in I is now
it Mi
; of Mrs. Issi<
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her of A
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W edding Plans Set
Mr. and M Ha
I | 7590 Bayside l am
Bea ,,--,-
, 11 lei Beverl j
Stephen Wise I'nger, whose | i
. ii. iiv ai i Mrs llaiold M
L'nger, 412 W In Lido In Mia
P.. sch,
A graduate ol Miami r- i
Senior High School, th. bride i-
eurrently enrolled at Boston Uni-
versity's College of Liberal Arts
Her fiance, who also graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School, i- a pre-medical student
at Columbia University.
After their wedding on June 15
thej t>oth plan to attend school in
New York
Cheryl's Engaged, Kaplans Announce
Donna Kahinovitz*
Plans Announced
Mi- Morris Rabinovitz, 9225
Collins Ave., Surfside, is announc-
ing the ni ..I hi r daugh-
ter, Donna Beth, to David Harris
Li vine ion i I Mr sn I Mrs Mil-
ford I., vine, 1000 NE 176th SI .
North Miami Beach.
Miss Rabinovitz, whi
m a- the late Mort Is Rabii is
currentl> impli ting hi r stud
icatioi
L:niversit> ol
will | V fi
- lenl "i Sheb j gan, W .
uned her high school I :
lion in thai cltj
A si t at 1
Mian IS I I i wh >
a junior, Mr Levine is as
with Phi Delta Phi legal frat< i -
the Student '.' ir Ass
: i,.ii and Ga\
m the t'niv. rsit> ol F
ille. where he was a n

raecretai I
finano i"i Ihc Student Body.
A summer wedding has be< n
planned bj the couple,
Mr and Mn Harry M. Kaplan.
4310 Nautilus Dr.. Miami Beach.
announce the engagement ol their
daughter, Cheryl Marda. to Mi-
chael Abbott IJehrman. whose par
ents an- Mr. and Mrs Harold
Behrmaa IMM NE 19th i'i
North Miami Bi-ach.
A n i I late of Miami P.. i- h
Senior High School, the bride-elect
ii n..w attending the Universit) >f
Florida, where she is a member
of Phi Sigma Sigma sororitj
The future bl id. ;i oon w h
i- a gradual.- .ii Norland Senior
High School 1- also enrolled at
I the Universit) <>f Florida. He is a
ni r ol AI| ha Epsilon PI !
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RABBI ABRAHAM K0RF
and thr officerr and the member? of
LUBAVITCH FLORIDA OFFICE
Congratulate
RABBI AN0 MRS. GIMPLE 0RIMLAND
Life Partner of Lobavitch Movement
on the occasion of thp engagement of
their daughter Debbi to Joel Nagler
11630 N.E. 2 AVE.
B.H.
I Oil Jr./lll /li'M".
'T/ic JJoarJ of Jbir* 'Z/ora/i .-XJiy J^cnoe/ 0/ C.-/rCt/cr ._ Mi.tmii Oxlmnd .1 /ic.trfy
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JuMgntor Jtjooiio t tngagomonl to jool -. vagler, oon of
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Fnge 10 B
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Friday, fanu a
Mayor Jay Dermer
Guest Speaker At
League installation
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Great Books Discussion
' 'Leibniz Di* otintr on Mi la-
~i will I* thi- topk ill ihi
i' .,;.- I :- troup nt
" 'ji |i Wi-iIp.s i.i :it tin- Mian i
ich Public Ubrnn 2100 Collins
Sen. Myers Is Speaker
Si it< Si Ki neth V. Myvrs
1 r al the
St In 11-1. i
1300 I ol Mm--
Tu .:-- I hers
I
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hi* lopir I .i- Mi :/ is
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Rabbi Rubel U
Temple Zamora
Forum Speaker
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Nine Local Players
Slated For Miami
Jai-Alai Fronton
Nim Vmcrican hopeful
" m Iron- '
debut and the M \

Kelix Carl
ii 1 I'. Wi
Robert 1 llcki >
I, || ;' || ;i
mi Iting pot of S
Mi xicai Basque* and An
mrltiili tin t:isi Nejtro to pla>
professional!) in thia country,
ling i" I. SUM !'> I Buddj
r,, :. ,-.,, pi sidenl and ;;
1.1 the fi
"In mj opinion, |ai-a al ia ai
li t, itlonal Ramr has taken a
nl sti ide forward thin >i
Bel i i I this y,
t-ist.-t ill pi |J fat i : ,-ssiv,
ilai and w ill gem rati o n itara

Y Choi' Art Exhibition
A I li.ii .ii t exhibit \\ ill
dispia> al tin- YMHA thro
rhe exhil il is oi
v..'.,. .1, m i ih <'
munit Centei ol Los '
Meilech Silber To Speak On Saturday In Miami Beach
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Pretty girls and ponderous pachyderms are two of the
traditionally magical ingredients of Ringling Brothers and
Barnum and Bailey Circus which opens a seven-day en
gagement ai the Miami Beach Convention Hall Wednesday
afternoon. Jan. 15. Performances will be at 4:15 and 8:15
p.m. daily; three shows Saturday al 10:30 a.m.. 2:30 and
8:15 p.m.. and Sundays at 2 and 6 p.m.
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BUILDING #2
OPENING SOON
1400 S. Ocean Drive. Hollywood Fla. 33020
92M197/927.5000 MIAMI 944-0226
Brochures oad literature Available
CHOICE NOT CHANCE HAS BROUGHT THE
MORE THAN 300 FAMILIES HERE TO ...
STAR LAKES
ESTATES
DflUIE CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS
WHERE THE ACCENT IS QUALITY, ROT QUANTITY
SIMON COHEN 'in Iqjll u- MMMl jmHmr
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STUIII APARTMENTS WITH UT4N KITCHEN AIL AfTS. TERRACED IN lilt
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Beach Office
1447 Wiat-rfi. A*t.
532-2347


January 3. 1969
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Want Your
Own Business?

Service Station I
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lltttl PV istajkj sVd Km i'
Call R. *. ludd I
R. M. Fidltr
Atlantic
Richfield :
M3-538I Doyl or *
|26 3075 Evenings
!
,MMERCIAL LOT
1 3 4 ACRE
158' Highway
FRONTAGE
sell 8 year option
ty expires soon In
ol Sooth Dade,
Dixie i ghway frontage
It from Post Office
Entrance to shopping
tr Split zoned Call
23*7031 or 446-5482
lo M. Franze.
GENIE is here!!!1
Tht ftenioticaol, new, jei -j i, \*r\%.
lypfl -->rTroftatic cop-er it comp'e?#>iy
out<*ia*ic ... cop)f paper tto"d m
machine. Copies c." ng *.
co tee m ttcondi. Cop*.
l,eup,o,oNLY$4950*
Business fqu/pmtnt Co
STUIIRI OFFICE STSTEMS
ItNII l!'H S> hi MSI1?'
Courteous Complete
24 He ur Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N E 125th Street
North M iami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
AT OCEAN
S800 to May IS Service.
Cooking. Shopping.
Ma-e Grande Hotel
524 Ocean Dr 538 1411
PORT LARGO
A Sun Drenched homesite
community on the Atlantic
Ocean in th* crnter or Ky
Largo where it never frotte.
Utilities ana paved rtt.i
hrou^hout tnn innwd
paradise and within walking
stance ot mopping center,
post otfice library and meet-
mg hall for many local acti.
vitiei Eiclutive property
owners ocean.side park pro.
tected sea.pool, heat ramp,
pirmc sea.pool.boat ramp,
picmc area and excellent
shore fishing from sa'e
)
Spacious ranaitront sit *s
from S6.5O0 onl, S3C0 dov.i
and %bl monthly Inside lots
with full access to the ocean
from t; 000. S'OO down mil
S^O monih'v Cm fffr n*-.
ment unt i it,. f desired
rut reserve you lot
us wr.te ,cur contract at tj.
days lowest nrirrs
Ret.rd military now < ,
in Part Largo i he the ..
minute dr e to Homtltl i .
AFB i omm ssa- .
I I S-......% ,del duplrv
priced under 1 OO
n halt and tt rent 'rom
me othr pi, ,r0. sapanse
A Cam r, ttter i
Largo. Boa I I DCpt V ?.
Koy Lara .
Mill he
itly answered wil
itior ....
-s U|
'* U I
to Mark.
and Mr livil
.-. .
FRANCHISE
-rpc'tuntty to oxr
I
'. % ,\ i n .*.
' P'-"',g jjn i
vu fu jnrl
tP| OUr
i Fl launtify p'lU'ppetl
on eppr^tf-d
**. terrific profit
* L '>r-jl Ifrmi
'or pur hir r*Of
faVa^^ft" V -- portfol.O Of
' mMt 'to
sIMMc
CllfJJll -tr $p***>d 1o* + n O t
lilt V. U PlC, M.aiejh
Phone 822 3340
SQUARE 10 ACRES
r | I I
-.
car r>i''tj* ind ti
poo' on rt %\ ''>..... .
from ] rentj houtci
i $ .Q, 400
Call L Rfl KnoK.
AbbociU ;38
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
N K ROME
Phone .747.08*?
MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
Deluxe 3 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home. 1 yr. old front
and rear entrance. Colt S8,-
SOO sell lor $7000. SI000
down.
Phone 271-8542
2 BUILDINGS
3.M0 Sg. Ft. Each. Large
wfjastbl cooler* and Ireezen.
location Will real
rely or both. For
tion,
Cal Seymour Friend
531 6507
Beautiful Office
Floor Available
r.njnt ihr prt*iinr tf oecup>ina] ihr tup Door <
.1 mv. offire liiiililini; in iluonlimn Miami. I <>i
i -i- r I

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in.
f
i 111* nni
k Ir
I i \ 11ii .i
l. I
|lll'lll\ Ol (l.llklM
ll ..I.I.
.into
fI. \iir.i. in> rental.
For complete information
Call Mr. Baros, owner
377-2766
NOTHING FINER ON MIAMI BEACH!
lLES OFFICE OPEN DAILY 10 AM TO 5 PM
ParMiardnis
II K.XM
4,MlO\1IMI >1 M'MUMIMS
RNER (IF IOth STRKKT4 I.KNOX VVKMJK ,1'H. .":.2-(2 l)
MANY LUXURY
FEATURES
|t -JO EXTRA COST'
*; -men' *' j \ '* OK"
I. i. e ith Sliding
Itlg Doo'.
, consrolUd Cen.
A>. ConJ. i3'..ng ond
>0 ^ otl cor pe>l>ng.
r mg Kil
"iicsti II

\ 0.ets.-.g A,eo n
stithMica D'e\ ig
' >.
B olh s ,.n Built- "
^ %
< Wo, H Ml|,|
Lownd. y O" i
< >
"09- Room
"3 Pool ond Sun Deck.
t.eolion Room
In.'ol Elec'.ic Kitchens
!"de IS co li Automatic
' I 3et>.g.oto'-r~.eei>>.
9 Electric Ama.icono
-i'h ( ye Level Oven
^neiglFlattlic D.shwosher.
is I
;s-i ri e
!/- mwm iirn
.x-Jjwnp
ONLY 56 ONE-BEDROOM APTS.
ALL WITH CROSS VENTILATION!
CLOSE TO ALL SHOPPING AND
ground lease 0HlY STEPS AWAY FROM FLAMINGO PARK
INVESTMENTS
i\. Cold Coast ollice building in triple A location; 98.5 '
( rented, mostly to national insurors and attorneys. 10
yield on $461,760 cash position. Assume sclf-amortiiingl
,
mortgage ot 5653,240. Total price SI, 115,000
2. Palm Beach ocean Irontages loned APARTMENTS. Runs)
Irom Ocean to Lake Worth. Priced from $1,500 per foot'
\ and up.
3. 20,000 acres in Palm Beach County at $450 acre. Terms.
[4. 40 acres with 1,320' Haverhill Road frontage across from!
CENTURY VILLAGE. ONLY MILES WEST OF WPB CITY I
UMTS $3,500 acre.
jWe ofler a wide variety of realty investments for your port I
folio perusal May wc suggest an appointment?
HENRY I. COLE
Realtor
, Pi'.m Beach Towers Palm Beach 832-1641'
JET PORT ENTRANCE
10 Acres 2 miles from Jel Poit. Owner must sacrifice
$5.00 clown Mildred Janis, Broker 665-8271
2138 S-W 67lh Avenue, Miami
Open 2 5 7424 SW 54 Ave.
UNUSUAL CHARM
Rombling 3 bedroom 2 both,
spacious living room, fire-
place, formal dining room,
Florida room, screened patio,
family kitchen 20'x40' pool,
inlow guurl.rs off carport.
Sunset, Epiphany School area.
County tones only, FHA terms
See Vicki Adair. VICTORIA
C. A0AIR, Reg. Broker. 6915
Red Rd. 666-6179 Residence
271-2793.
HIALEAH
POOL HOME
3 Bedroom, large Fla. room.
1 bath 2 half baths. Eitra
Icrg.' pool, fence, sprinklers,
pump, etc. Handle own
finances. 681-1 522.
SUBURBAN HOME
ENJOY THE BEST!
Enferfoin or just enjoy the
beauty and II.ability of this
8 months now home. 3 bed-
room, 2 bath pool and patio.
Full/ equipped kitchen, lovely
family room, a fireplace cen-
tral air and heat. 2 cor gar-
age. Live like o king for
S50.950. Call BILL SHIREY
SOUTH MIAMI
REALTY INC.
6129 Sunset Or. 665 6555
COMMERCIAL
FRONTAGE
IN BR0WAR0 COUNTY
rr d i n
o i ge P 3 lots
A'l tor tJO.000 vs
GILL REALTY, INC.
REALTORS
4OO0 SO DAVID ROAO
- j 1- Laud i
Phone 947 9081
Perfect Husband-
Wife Operation
A S1C.C0C INVESTMENT
IN A GOING RESTAURANT
Can make an experienced
man and wilt team $15 000
to $25 000 a year. New m-
dern eguipment and building.
Popular N.W. area. For Sale,
lease, or Rent by Absentee
Ownc
Phone 891-3030
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy ond plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For op-
poinfment Call 757 1504.
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette
Moid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1S00 lenoi Ave
PHONE 538-0823
Coral Gables Home
5301 MAGGI0RE
NEW LISTING
Gortjeous home with 3 bed
rooms 3 baths, Florida room
patio with enclosed swimming
pool, built .. oorhecut
double garage. Central ai'
and heot, price $59,930 For
qualified buyer. Call Carmen
Associates.
R0SF GO*D0N, REALTOR
Phone 444-6271
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
Turnkey installation by dis
tributor ol finest fully auto
motic all brush equipment
En ell nt financing. Sr
Operation at 15168 N.E. 6
Ave. Um rsol Robot ol Flo
rlda 947 9713 No fronchi-
fee.
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type -totio-
lor least. Good profit poten
tial. Paid compony tt lininc
Borders ocean waterway Ir
teroma area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
$350,000 FIRST morn.age,
15 interest 3 yeas in
terest only quaiterly n vc
cent land in the Tampc areo
This will be a 13 valu
loan. Call Mel Hab r
Guardian Mortgage
Security Trust Build ng
Phone 374 1761
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
Get in on the Season.
Plush money makinri res
taurant for sole or trade-
due to owner's illnes' Con
tact owner 688 6061.
BUILDER-DEVELOPERS
SYNDICATES
DOCTOR GROUPS
INDIVIDUALS
An opportunity to participate in THE most exciting and rewarding franchise op
portunity. Net $70,000 per year for n average location Get in on a
FABULOUS FILL-R-UP FREE
AUTOWASH FRANCHISE.
Minimum capital requirement $50,000. Extremely suitable for absentee manage-
ment. Wire, write, call or visit Bill Rifenburgh, FILl-R-UP Systems, 2787 E Oak
land Park Blvd Fort Lauderdale, Ft*. 33306 566-086*;.
COME ON UP


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Fr'dcv. '

K\KK\ WEISS
: I Mn B -
I : \ his Bai
it Tern-
i"' w h. have
b i : > i u Rabbi
d \\ axman will offi :iate Re-
luting th.
i n : : .mi Zetler l <.
i Karnettc, B< n \\ eiss,
M irraj Volkowitz, Harry Volko-
\ii/. Abe Sobel utd Nyman Mar-
Barry, who attends McGlenan
St'huol. conduct! ;i lawn mowing
buslncM and : tl | asl year has
beer newsi ap< i carrier.
A Kiddush following the serv-
] will bo boated by Barry'i
lewrencf Cannax
parents, and family and friends
will gather Saturday evening at
the Weiss bom for reception in
his honor.
Among th'' guests will be his
grandparents. Mrs R becca Wein
and Mr and Mrs Nyman Mar-
. is, and n;;iti\.s and friends
tmm New York and Washington,
D.C
YKIIIIIA IIIKS( ||
buda Vos ion ,,i Mr. and
Mrs Menashe Hira h 2953 N Ba)
Rd., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzval le of
th. Caribbean Hotel 3737 Collins
Yehuda Minch FVi.l.O- NicMHrftr
lyn. NY, will attend th.' event
Th>' celebrant will b. honored
at a reception Sundaj In th.-
Deauvilk Hotel.

WILLIAM NK'HTBKRGEK
William Alien, son ol Mr. and
Mrs Seymour Nlchtberger, lsil
Coral Gate Iu.. will become Bar
Mltzvah at Bith David Congrega-
tion Saturday. Jan. 4.
William is a studi nt at Sh, t.-
andoiih Junior High School, where
h<' is in th.- eighth trad-
a rseepUan In his honor will bo
hold at Both David Among the
honor.il guests atton.lini; th. oi l>
iiration will bo William's grand-
parents, Harry Tesslei of Mont-
real, Canada, and Mrs Bos, Nicht-
berger of Miami.

I.AWKKNt K CANMAN
Lawrence Jerome, son of Mr.
and Mrs John Caiman, 71 N\V
is9ih St., was called to the Torah
a- a Bar Mitzvah at Trmpl- Adath
Yoshurun on Saturday, Dec '2X
Larry is a student at Norland
Junior High School, when ni is bi
th.- eighth grade.
Mr arid Mrs Cannan hosted a
reception ami dinner m Larry's
honor at the Miami Lakes i
try Club Among friendi at i rela-
tives attending w
Ro. bester, N V
MGM's The Fixer a John Frankenheimer-
Edward Lewis production in Metroco'.or.
stars Alan Bates in the role of Yakov Bok.
Duk Bogarde. Georgia Brown. Hugh Grtiith.
Elizabeth Hartman. Ian Holm. David War
ner and Carol White. Filmed ent.:
location in Hungary, the screenplay <
film version of Bernard Malamud i ;*
winning novel was the work o:
Trumbo.
Hates Outstanding
"It ever I hail a !>art that
me | miIn Ii noalh th.' surface ol a
characti r, it ka thai of Yakov Bok
in The Fixer'." said Alan Bates,
who plays the title role m MGM's
n version of Bernard Mala-
mud's Pulitzer Prize-winning new I
which was filmed in its ntlret) >>n
location in Hungary. John Frank-
enhelmer directed the film, which
ih ns Fridaj Jan 10, at the Gables
and Sunny Isles Theatres, ami tho
Coral Radge Theatre in Ft Laud-
erdak*.
To Bates, tho fascinatinc thing
about Yak.n liok. tho Russian-
Jewish peasant accused ol th>
In The Fixer" MGIVTs Priic Film
Deborah Hospital Luncheon
Tho Greater Miami Chapter ot
I > I-.: tal will hold tts an-
nual J'ai'i-i p Membi i ship I
noon Tui silsj In the Algiers
Hot) 1 Miami Beach. President is
Mn Hannah Levoui Mrs Pred
Wahl is chairman of tin da\
n'ual muni, t ol Christian boy,
is that h> doi si I un rstand what
is ha|>|w ninit to him.
\ ilowi) through the awful
pressure :>! humiliation ho en-
dures doo< it dawn <>n him who he
is and what circumstances hi is
in." Bates explains It is only at
tho ond that h. knows and ho
doesn't can' whether he lives or
<> loni: as it's truthful As ho
Bays at one poll t m the drama.
Swfforinc I ran gladly do wit ho ii
I hate tho tastr of it But if I
r ist suff.-r. kt it \ for some-
thing.'
I've rw ver pla\.il a |>art like
itus orai befora. In fact, when they
: offered me the i>art. I wasn't
that I could |>la> it
Bates who conga t.- formktabh talents In Tin- Kiv i
workod on o"v >> of the pic-
ture's 78 shoatlag days \s"hii- the
Impressive card, I h .i in Brow
flth Elisabeth Hart
David Warner *i>.| t ,
tin- burden lor i at rj
remain, d w ith Bat.
Bntuh drama Behooai
ZOA Brondeis Dtstrkt I*
To Hear Rabbi Roab
Rabbi ita>Ni it.1.1:
leader of T*nt>k* Bet
Miami Ik-ach will he gu .,,,
.t | n ling of th>
District z.ioi.ist Organuai
America ir. the Washing'
rral Audit..fiiim. 11X3 '
I at B i m. Mum la n I
wh.i recent L) return..: i ..
to Israel, will peev. v.\
Of h;s tii| r /re Hm
.lent
Richard Jacobt Ceorae lerman
rday, Jan i
.' ol 'hold
S
t the cerem. a n -
tion will u held in honor of Is.
' I will bi hi.: honor <>t the
Caiibbl ar. Hot. I. ,,[ which his
' ire i o "w ners.

Kit ii \i:n JACOBS
Richa I I, son of Mrs
Jacobs, will become Bar Mltzvah
*" Temp i I man i-l I on Saturda)
Jan 4
Richard is in the eighth grade
at John p. K< nned) Junior Mich
School, where he is on the princi-
pal's honor roll He is a spelling
U-e champion, and plays clarinet
RjcAard'a Kian.ti.ai ata, Mr. ami
Mrs Morris Sohnoi.l. r ol Brook-
GEOBOE l.KKM \\
1 Mrs
\ i
Miami B, BCh, w ill '
Mltzvah Sat rdaj
at Ti
Mayi r Abi
student at t
a Acs n
B -. rts
The brant
T< rial! lol-
I. IM i
tion will I- held .<
the S u : i. < ommunity I nt< r
Sat .i la) vening.
CALL YOUR
Handyman
\l."
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
MOW YOUR LAWN
CLEAN YOUR ATTIC
OR GARAGE
WASH WINDOWS
ETC ETC ETC
CREW OF 3
EXPERIENCED MEN
Quick Efficient Service
Call 947-1896
RABBI ABRAHAM KORF
and the officers and members of
IUBAVITCH FLORIDA OFFICE
Congratulate
RABBI and MRS. MENASHE HIRSCH
on the Bar Mitzvah of
their Son, Yehuda
We issue a >
CHALLENGE!
Can anyone cUe prove facts like these:... ?
1. Th. of r"jr caduotti el Honda Tnh net
working in Data fWicmnj thon cl ongi alhtr
hoo! in Flo
2 FTC ho on xht prrmiin a lull ISM 360 tempuUr
to* ttudrnt ue not a llr ipped-do n o~rflt'
J. Fioodo Tr.h .( oppiovfd lor o lull 12 30-hour op*
proved (u'fKulum nol a quxh.* co.iri*.
4. Succttilul qroduolrt ol FTC arc now o.o9 loionti >n Miam.
STATE APPROVED FOR Gl BENEFITS
' THE SUCCESS SCHOOL" 757-0671
FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGE
9 J i N I. 12S Sf. Th* Computer lid*. Miami
CIPE lEMEir JACKSONVILLE
HLAIM TU. ME LIOUMc
AFFIl I ATI Of iNTf IN ATlONAl DATA MOCISSING
INSTITUTI CINCINNATI CHICAGO OfTSOIT
NIW YOtK FMI| ADHPHIA ST LOUli
Write todoy lor more information
MAIM...'.........................................
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Op*
Jk* Jjome* 0f Jjirctr$ am/ 'j-.iculf,/ cf r/ic CVo/e
'J craft Jjay 3cAoof / C/rcafer v Miami txttnJ ffarlu
^ ILiz.tt /*>v ic their pmidtnt ^ rfenas/ic v Mirtek anj
II, 'iir.,-,1 on Ihc aecaaioM .-/ (hi, 9CH '\/%/,J,,
l/.-/^ J$ar v llittva.

-
/."/ thit yorrmj tenolar qrow up t*
Ac .r grmat l*tnltr in
OPEN 7-9
No Extra Charge For Fast Servlcf
"CLEANING AT ITS' Fir,I I
16990 NE 19tS Avenue North Miami Boach
DAVID DUDLEY, Manager 947-7183

IEST SELECTION
IN S4HJ SNfES II TIWS
FM LAMES A fiEITS
THE PRICE IS RIGHT!
mmm
Htae^Matieri
BIG VALUE SHOES
14M H "*' St. No MKnn ^ |Ai4in


p.- 'anuary 3. 1969
* Jon 1st fkrHi.tr
Paqe 13-B
150
Ittoufe
''ne ilrloin -ak .
| itritd Joponest ry/
CitiHool
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
DEER IUH IIS-ISM
^AMplEMOUSSE
I f Restaurant
Open 6 days a week from
11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Luncheon served:
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dinner served:
6 p.m.-10 p.m.
After Theatre Dinner:
10 p.m.-l a.m.
J418 Main Highway
443 1066
-
ines
Stand Tall
in Florida's],.
. Future! [4jjj
ROYAL HUNGARIAN H RESTAURANT
AND CATERING
."MIW M'l \ for the M\M>
731 Washington Avenue Phone 538-5401
* toot's <*
mm w&ket
LUNCHEON from 85c
M1VID HO* 1 I II AM
DINNER from $2.35
79". ST CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH 845 161'.
KIT WEST #1 DUVA1 ST. 296 Hit
n. iauo. i7th sr. causeway 525 63i
TONY'S FISH MARKET RESTAURANTS
AJAW fAlnim 1PAC1 ON tlnn
HALLANDALE, FLORirA
On U S I. off-hmll mil* south
of GtlHtfom Ract Troch
Ph. MOLLYWOOO
>22-7223
/
Vilil Our Ntw Cocktail lovngt
EM. It Ml ItltO SPANISH RtSTAURAHT
$pfc,olf> of (fit Moui* "PAULA VAIENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
2322 M.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Establishes* in I94S
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
PARKING
FACILITIES
It i 3987
MIAMI
BEACH
^esfaurant
/VOW OMX 7 BAYS A WEEK
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
EST 1*43 Under Same Management
Many Additional Improvements in the Menu
k 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 it
\
"JANK III" ARNOLDS
J LITTLE VIENNA
THE ONtY AUTHENTIC VIENNESE RESTAURANT IN MIAMI
I JEWISH POtlSH HUNGARIAN ANO VIENNESE CUISINE
I FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSf* "JANKEtE" ARNOLD
| 8301 BISCAYNf BOUUVAR0 757 71?1
WAN'S
MMBMIH
HOUSE
( RfSUIffltHT
' OH % 7 BITS
LURCH II 30 I M
OINNCR l.U M
BUDDHIST DELIGHT
-IffGETlRUR S075
NLIC1CT" C
DlNJRS AMERICAN EXP
.- ISW oMlRfEI
P> ONE 3/1-4362
!! STREET o COLLINS
AttAMI ilACM
Rtfl,
.'i* Cart* >-.>,
re>n sf'
NOW OPEN
RESTAURANT
"The Finest Chinese Foods"
Daily 5 p.m 10 p.m Sundays 3 00 p m. 10 pm.
18305 NE 19th Avenue Phone 949-4505
"CATERED PARTIES A SPECIALTY"
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH ir KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT ir FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor


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Obituaries
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