The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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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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~Orewis]h Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 6
Micrr.i, Florida
Friday, February 7, 1969
Two Sections Price _
New El Fatah Target: Latin American Jews
NEW YOKK I \
the PsJestin; e Arab terrorist or-
ganization. I .hi. s III Latin
America wh
It'll of Aral) origin in urban"
terrorist tael u s ami ha\>' il.'rl;inil
war on the l.xal Jewish communi-
ties lUpportins; Isia,-|. a Mexican
news igeik1} n i :
Ven- .i
The repon was broiurht to the
ttention ot t .' i-
raphlc Age
i-Jer, representative of the Ameri-
i i I i i i i

- :u thi story wi re compl I
n liable." thi the Is-
ra< II .in Mi xieo ''il nor
the i had ai know I-
lg< "i El Fatah a< tivltj in Lati
Arm rica a I neither confirm
nor rtenj n>. authenticity of the
n | H ii i
The Mexlea < ii\ Kmbassj la-
formed the Israel Foreign Min-
istry ill Jerusalem of thi- report
and his alert* oasaica iii Latin America.
".!i Nudi Istejer I the
itl .i translation ol the
'Ann k" dis atch w inch di sci ibi il
Inti r\ ii w w it ii an El Fatah
! ader at b en t hid< out In < 'a-
The alleged commando
claimed his group was responsi tie
for Hi.' Dec. 36 attack on an El AI
airliner at Athens in which an Is-
raeli passengei was killed.
He claimed the attach was
"'i a simple act <>i terrorism imt
an operation to eliminate an Is-
rael; agent and was successful,
despite the arrest ni the two
\rati terrorists, the report said.
Acci irdlng lo the news a
El Fata i lining in
V< ne< hi la and i Isew here in I Jtii
Ann i ii a in "acl agaii st Hel
lements" who send monej lo Is-
ia< I to purchas > wi apons to v \\<-
out ih- Pali simians The allegi d
El Fatah leader also reportedlj
said that another purpose was to
'unmask" Israeli agents who have
inlili
Mr Snd< Isti K'i said th
I iis pri
ictivitii Vli \i. o Hi
-a i Protocols ol
Eldi rs hi Zion." a 19th Cent v

publi 'i I- a I
rial, in "( -
Lei m Contii il," a Mexi 'an
magazine w hich
ii abai :i 15.000 .-ii.
ment i ft i. ials and b si-
ness \' cutives
New Concern \ oiced
For E. Europe Jews
NEW YORK .11 \ TV pies,
eat of the World Jewish (.'undress
aid thi week that :lie position of
"zeehoStOVnkiaii Jewry has nut de-
riorated si.'. l' >
avaaiou and that Jewish nunmu-
ities in the occupied territory
aB continue their normal aetivi-
teg. Dr. Nahum Cnldmann told a
ieating of the \\.H'oii4ies, Amcr
-an Section n. wever, thai there
at gSSkd reason to he worried
ixsjt the ce'isequancea lor the
i'WI Of a change of policy of the
tbeek government or of a change
the government itself
Calling upon tl.e international
iblic to pro'esi renewed anti
mitisa in Poland which he de
ribed at "crude' he contrasted
with 1*otand^ very good record
fostering Jewish culture and life
i Until two years ago.
"The government organised per-
dition Of Polish .lews is a tragic
uation. The jnti Jrwi-h ami anti
mist crusade >f the regime stems
>m an inter-al power struggle
which the Jew- ale hem.; Used
scapegoats. ..-declared identl
tary Wladyslaw Gomulka and Gen
Uieczyslaw Moczar, former Inte-
rior Minis!, r
"It is incomprehensible that the
great Polish people are not asham-
ed to accuse the tiny Jewish com
munitj of not more than 25,000 of
undermining the country and de-
moralizing the pi i he Po-
lish government and Communist
Party should be ashamed of dar-
ing to take such a position.' Dr.
Goldman* declare,I
PROTEST IRAQ MURDERS
Mass Rally
Is Set Here
DR. NAHUM G01DMANN
Winter Storms Add
To Israel's Troubles
JERUSALEM IWNSI A week
of record rains, followed b)
force wm.is and snowstorms vir-
tually paralyzed northern It
,\. i k Scon i of i illai *
i a as est
.:; ih.- millions ol : I
In Jerusalem, snow Hi -I
iig the princ ... n the struggle city whicl h hit by
Communist Part) Firs! Sei
UOW I
hi thi
' Im s :
u ind Ni w snow plow s wen
irea Rabbis
In Mission
To Israel
Five Great. : '' ml..
il leave for a one we. k \i-it in
mel Sunday, in in-half m the
lited Jewish A|'jal and in in-
ration With the (dciti-i Miami
wish Federation and the Kali-
.-deal Aanx i m. :i of Cr- at. i
.ami.
Taking part h. w .i:
Kabbi Mori Kr ,-' <\ '>' n-.\'\>-
l iinish. Tei
ami Beach
iitz, Beth
i ih Miami
Narot, Tei
ami andP. lil'i Solomon Schifl
Beth Kl <
ilte rabBs will n-..-. i wuh the
atry'a lea thi ir stay
Israel, an
his end w.
ir return
Israel's n
i.-f Create i
. on the s.
IN THIS ISSUE
A'v-n 4.A
Bar Mitzvsht 13B
Booh Rcvkw ISA
Cinmign ng 10A
Cohen
Dining
Editorial*
Engage, n't*
Obltuar.et
Lehman
4.A
MB
4-A
6 B
14. B
6B
People-Placet 10B
Real Estate 1IB
Sermon 10-A
Synagogues 10-A
Torah
I>ut to work clearing the steep
roads
In neighboring Jordan. Syria
and l.i barne:. simil ir condil
in i n repoi l< -I The Sea ol
< lalilee has 11 ai led record I
.-. its waters flowing into the
towns al >ng the shore Enginners
il at the
thei ii i nd ol the lake in an
effort tn minimize the flooding,
but thi wat< r gushing out ol the
iti s ,i ihe rate ol 90.000 gallons
pel s, .-..I i i:-.. n pus. I a 1 it
ities adjacent to the Jol
dan River.
i ii y river beds wen- turned into
raxing torrents bj the heavj rain-
fall, tearing away bridges, trees,
Greater Miami Jewry joined
1 wish communities through-
out the win Id this w.-ek in mobi-
lizing n aximum it.irts to
jiiot. st the hanging in Iran
last w. eh oi l-l pei % w hon wen on charj :
ir Israel.
The climax "i the unpi eced
drive will be a mass protest rail)
ai the Miami Beach Auditorium at
I ;' :n Thurs lay, Feb. 13 A
icitj crowd of 1,000 is expected
lo lx- on hand for the rally, which
will Im- supported by all si gments
of ihe Jewish community.
Taking part In the demonstra-
tion will u- affiliated agencies ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
tion. the Rabbinical Association,
the < 'i tin iio\ Rabbit iea O m il
,i i treat) > Miami, affiliati d gt
if the Zionist Council ol South
Floi ida. i irthodox, Consc rvativc

and I ngregatioi
throughout the an a. and
branchi s and groups of \ irtua
izations
t ommunitj leaders are urg-
ing licit all efforts in- tunneled
into the mass rally ratlu-r 1h.ni
expended in separate demonstra-
tions.
Ai a me< ting at T mple I~ u
i.ieater Miami this week. F
rat ion president Leon Kapl
Rabbi Samuel Z Jan.. president
of the Rabbinical Association, ex-
ri ssed griel and shock on lx
ol th.- ntire comn unity T
il L'niti States I
I'nited Nan all men
- ol the I'nited Nations "not
only -I ai- in cond
lend then voi s
Conttnuec on Pigt 6-A
World Leaders Join In
Condemnation Of Iraqis
\! VV VI IRK IJTA
ted wui l lwid
tion
nine ol w
ifi
m all il.'iv
Wedd.ngs
Woman'a
World
Zipp
10 A
10-A
7B
SB
7B
The mi- Iraqi natioi
li'inna- wei > Ji ws
.t Iraq b) indix iduals, politi- test
The fact that thf
ti-nees were earrieil
Iraqi offlelals were
.ind some houses ca| |t-ad> rs and governments
Flooding -.t the Jordan River with thi notable exception ol the
has eliminated (errorist forays, as Soviet bloc has apparent!) fail-
the weather's oil. positive effect, ed t>> halt plans for a sec i
but military sourcea reported that thai .>i all. --'. spies again witn a
incidents in the desert n-gion be- large proportion of Jews at
low the l>'ad Sea had Increased the defendants, in Iraq
somewhat Drought conditions in Thi. hn|tal (],. ilul liul)|1(.
lisplay ol the hodii s ol the flrsl
Continued on Pagt Q-A
IN WAKE OF SEPARATIST MOVEMENT
Quebec Jews Pledge To Remain
\ isil ma i
t ire facilil i< s. I Ipon
omc, they will i
da and problen
Miami's J. w Ish lead-
urity situation.
Among ii '
ir itinein
Specific anas nil
are Ihe Sinai d.s-
Contlnii. .1 on I'au- I \
Mi -. :'>:: VI '
.. ol this '
i.i |.i ominentl) t- a-
tin. il ii -ni is in the Monti
purport
ot Ji ish i o| Ic ami capital I
.. |. is a -' "I its ali> .- ''!>
unbealtio iwlitical climate
Th.- article b} Pi tei Ri gi natreif,
i 'anadian i>ll-t' r and researcher,
asserted thai the Jews had fled
becai'se of their concern over the
rise ot French-Canadian national-
ism and French separatism, and
reflected the sensitivity ol Jews to
ivals. sep
ion and i a< i- i
.lew ish leaders, however, said
the Jewish e.iniiiiiiiiity actually
is Inventing millions of dollars in
capital Investment her.-, citing
the new Canadian Jewish Con-
gress headquarters < being
erected. the e\ t ellsiiill ol the
faclllttea ol the Hebrew 1*. nd
addition t the Jewish GeaeraJ
II. isj. il. il as initieati.ins of the
permanene) of Jewish life here.
A number Of Jewish owned
firms, i .ii ticulai ly In th. clotl
th. ir plants and
1 i ol Jew ish exi c it in s
VI I I 1
t in as a S m-
i- in the i ro> ii
jews ,,n i -i afraid I r
< 'anadian n a com-
munity oki sman said
S> n\|'.il hi/e w ith it as. in man
Is ;- repeats the patti rn ol
Jewish survival in countries where
Jews have been subject) -I to assim-
Continued on Page 7-A
death sell-
out while
still Rlvini;
several governments assurances
thiit their |deas lor clemency
were receiving consideration
angered diplomats from man;
countries,
I 'a ii ain ami I tea
foi n. i 1} on Ii nncd thi tri ils,
with the i
I '
the i
...; :
'


: \. ; i '
verj
Si iti s ivhii h has no
diplomatic ti< s \-. ith Iraq, ii I
in tore the
IngS Secretai 'I Stale Wil-
liam i ailed i ectacd
Continued on Psgs 12-A



Pa^e 2-A
* knist fkrifi nr
luibhi Lehrm^u to be
Honored By Seminary
"f the
.' ish Thoolo i Semii arj. of
Arm : ica in T< mple Emanu-f I
i i i''> im: i'-i aonon bestowed by
i :.- 11 itive moven* nl of Ju-
< aism u ill !> coi f< i red uixin
bi li :';:; I.ihi man. spiritual
i : the temple.
The honorary rJegree of Doctor
ii. .v nl t- i onfei 11 'l >>n
1 >i Lehrman by Dr. Louis Finite]-
^; liana I tor >>i the seminar)
'<> s Sen.
Bii"i Bayh (Ini liana' and Si i
I duard W, Brooke ol Massai
inai l. .-
a.-hi .1 Service M<
I il in I.- hrman spii itual leader
i" i p.. ach's TA i; ill I ma
19 ; i- :i graduati i>i the
: Rell
li. bn I.it-
ttv seminary
ing profi
i in' seminary lor
i :
. (ribt'tions to i hi Ann i.
TV ii'- Emanu-^EI
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A mi-: lean i'.
man ni the i. i Jewish
Federation, and a membei ol ^ Florida State commiasiona.
11; i.i hm a"., the tenlh
.'i his familj in puraue a ca-
11 i In the i is a foi
i man ol the UJA Rabbini- \ I
iry Coun lirman ol the
.. i ol he Ni-
i ional Confi renci ol 1 'in ial
and Jews, and was appointed by
Pn sklent Ji ihna m i i the I tommia-
sum on i lb* nit)
phy.
The lOth annua Samu
1 ind Leetun whfc h this yi ai will
be deliv-i ii ii by Prol V
Muffs, pn fi I e in the
- minan R il School, will
u- ,,'i.ither h
vocal
w ill u hi d in I l I loti
kL
The Ji w
\
ligioua schoo
and lay l< a Ii Ihi Ji t
. ..
Los Ai
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ridcry. February 7. 1969
* Jettisii fkriji tr
Paqe 3-A
Rhode Island Governor To Speak
At C.J.A. I.E.F. Kickoff Dinner
Robert Miller. Morris Minov, E.
Albert Pallot, Herbert H Ro
Samuel B. Robinson, Joseph M.
r.i> I ranii I s. pier, John Si
Robt'i i I Sic Morton St<
Susskiml and Max W'eit
D
Workmen's Circle
nits Slate Events
i r. 1.1/ w. c. s. hoo
It ii Club ili meet at l '"
Friday, Feb, 7. m the Wash-
ton Fed ral. 1231 Washington
Miami Beach. Albert Gleib-
an, assistant district manager
tii.' Social Security Admlnlstra-
. M ami Beach, w ill speak on
\iadit.,iv ,-ui i ('i mini's"

The Wmiirii's Chili <>f Branch
i will n;i\' mi|'|t t n < I cite i tai:;-
fient al C< p.m. Sunday Feb. !1. Si
'M l-.v-uni. L'."> \\'a^hiiu:ton Aw
4**> > ''aih Katie Tischler and
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Rhode I lai i I Prank Licht.
was I, ct< il in November
'i Ami rica ol
will in : nest of
lio en !' b JO, m ii the (Ii
01
its 1969 I i Jew ish App
v nil an Initl Gilts Dinn al
Ti mp c Israel. 1 tein. In-
itial G I Itoi hairman,
.' l!l li ill -
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Gifts !' said Robert R issi II,
1969 < "JA-IKF
R and
ol th.
si Itei s I tit ision, and Eli Ti-
i Herb : i l'.ii.;, and .
its ol the Spi cial lifts
I >!" ision mbining their f-
Is with l !: Itlal Gifts
I >i\ i- i., ,i Kisenstcin,
Milton Weiss and Norton Pallot to
make this affaii I he most suci
I'll in the hist"!> i>t the < Ireati i
Miami Jew Ish Federation "
Mori- than .MrO PefSOWB arr <-\-
peeted t<> attend the Initial <;iits
Dinner, Mr. Biawill reported,
ani advance titts already total
more than si.r.oo.otM).
People seem to really* enjoy an-
ouncing tin ir gifts this year." Mr,
Russell said "The dramatic In-
crease In giving indicates that foi
the first time in Greater Miami
history, people arc making their
i'i.ih;.-s with enthusiasm and a
-i of pride."
Mr Russell announced the for-
natioi ol ii ious i ommil ut s t i
laki irt ii th< Initial lifts 11 i
i Ii a< led bj l.< onai >i R m n.
tit r .ii ni 'I ii man Sid-
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mil les Samui 11
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Friday, February 7, 1969
Volume 42 Number 6
19 SHEVAT 5729
World's Apathy Led
To Outrage In Iraq
In a world that has shown a high
t i gree of reluctance to learn from
: 3 lessons of history, the barbaric
f -blic killing by the Iraqi authori-
rlee of 14 persons nine of them
.V.vs and the vigorous outcry that
:;!lowed (most of it from Jewish
scurces). offers little hope for the
:: :e of others slated for similar trials.
There may even be cause for
[ arm over the fate of the thousands
z: Jews still living in Iraq as well as
::r those in other Arab lands where
t.-.eir existence has, until now. been
i.ecarious, at best.
The most shocking aspects of the
.rutal hangings are, of course, the
-mane considerations that were
completely lacking in what can only
:e considered as mass murder and
t'.-.e incitement to public hate of the
rr.ost primitive sort.
Of far greater significance, how-
ever, is the complete disregard of
arid opinion.
The Iraqi experience was additional evi-
: ence of what lies in store for Israelis or Jews
cnywhere in the hands of Arab conquerors.
The pattern is by now a familiar one. Vir-
tually without exception, the various Arab re-
: -Ties have found themselves with problems
:.-.ey cannot solve and have resorted to persecu-
tion (and now murder) of the helpless hostages
v-ithin their boundaries in vain efforts to shift
rational attention away from the ills that beset
-eir own people.
*7?x heaviest crass/hi**) bar
is the cross of U>rraiher
(wnnpologies to ipWInskmCliirthiil)
carrying
Lust For Blood
The brutality of the "execution particularly
the. manner in which the bodies were left hang-
. g in a public square as well as the atmos-
T-nere of celebration promoted by the spectacle,
clearly demonstrated the lust for blood govern-
ing the actions, not only of the Iraqi authori-
'.es. but of the people as well.
Unfortunately, the blood lust that drew
orldwide attention during the past week is
r ot limited to the Iraqis but has been the driv-
ing force behind all aspects cf the so-called
PalHm Liberation movement that has directed
:error at Israeli men, women and children for
two decades.
Not only have the lives of Iraqi Jews been
'-ed in peril by the hanging*, but Jews
rouqhout the Arab world now have reason to
a for their own safety.
Much will depend or. sustained worldwide
non to the Iraqi murders. The fact that Jews
Arab lands have been oppressed for yt
without benefit of international reaction to tl
rhl has made it easier for the Iraqi authori-
\es to engage in open murder.
UN. Probe Is Barred
couraged the Iraqi Government in
out its public spectacle of murder.
The Greater Miami Jewish community has
joined in worldwide protests against the Iraq;
outrage with synagogues in the area reciting
in the kaddish memorial prayers for the vic-
tims and the demonstrations held at the Torch
cf Freedom and in Miami Beach.
This condemnation of the Iraqi action can-
not, of course, bring the victims back to life.
Hopefully, however, it may induce the Baghdad
and other Arab governments to abandon their
policies of oppression against helpless Jews.
The experience of the Nazi holocaust should
have taught us that universal condemnation of
oppression is just as important to the world com-
munity as it is to the victims.
NCCJ Awards Dinner
One movement that has dedicated itse'.f to
speaking out against injustice and promoting
bioiherhood is the National Conference of
Christians and Jews which holds its annual
awards dinner Tuesday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Founded in 1928 ior the purpose of ap
procching more closelv the national ideal
building a nation "indivisible with liberty and
justice for all." the National Conference cf
Christiana and Jews seeks I rough eu
and discussion to promote civic cooperntioil
and mutual understanding among pecple of
c'.l religious and ethn c groups without cor-..
promise cf religious beli fs.
Here in South Florida, the National on-
terv.ee of Christians and Jews has carried out
a variety ot programs dur ng the past year in-
cluding a lecture .erie3 of intergroup relations
The various Arab governments have oppos- 0' B7n'CoI1"ne- monthly meeting* of the Dade
Youth Council, monthly clergy dialogue ses-
sions, support of the "Man to Man" interfaith
television program, police-community relations
programs and scholarship assistance to pro-
grams at higher inst.tution3 of learning.
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across the message that brotherhood is every-
one's responsibility and that each of us must
wade toward the goals of democracy in our :
places of worship, in our schools, in our clubs I
and organizations and in our homes.
The primary goal is that of ensuring th
dignity of all men.
(i any United Nations investigation of the
oppression of Jews in thoir lands because of
the extent of that oppression.
They have barred United Nations represen-
tatives from looking into the problem, claiming
that their treatment of Jews is a purely internal
matter. They have also refused to allow dele-
gates of the International Red Cross and other
.-. umanitarian organizations to visit the prisons
end concentration camps in which Jews have
been under detention for years.
The failure of the world community to pro-
test against these conditions has directly en-

*_/li\rf>r o/ /u-f /u,
JOSEPH 1L58P
AL50P
A Colder World
WASHINGTON Tin- outlook
in the Soviet halt .it the world
hss rather abruptly darkened
i stormy to downright omi-
nous
ittcmpt to ssassi-
nati the So\ let cosmonaut!
Borowits Gate
maj ha brei il act ol a
i i r it been
thing much mon
ami >ti,ir gi In truth, il
beci i ini era*
Sta labor itel. i ontrh
is ition ol > i gel Kirov, the
pret< \t for th'
terror during which 20 million
ins pei
The trouble with thu a
lit on tn.
Ise American expert it il
i ite simp] thai it looks
ned convenient Ii would,
tin instance b mven-
ient to one faction in the Polit-
buro iii mending i grim police
clamp-down wfe u. n n tii .
tance frooi anothei :.. lion
who opposes1 taking extreme
< against dtssid nl Soviet
Intel!) ctuals
Cwnrnirnl
It would eiso u i ii
th prologue ol ,i polii
down already ordered bj the Pol-
itburo, for the Soviet cosm ma .
arc national hstota in the I
ami strongest lenae sn I
,i i I ot .1 Mir t not li .
Rustta for many yean i mid
In -i presented .i^ ful .
fled bj the attempt to ki
"It looks too damned o
f.i other n u i
w hit h co ild well tend to on
,-t tin aoti ot clamp-down n
tiom 't above One of the*
boi i- the state of affairs
hi Mi i\ akia, w hei t !.
fragility ol the existii
1 IS g DM
da) bj d
Quiti aside fron I
. .i b) the s-
i.itn.n ot young Jsii I'ai.i
er things have been ha|
i igui t" provoki sn l alai
the Kren t\ CaechS ''
always put at I
I.' i anon :
er deputy premier
Sik. and Kduard ("oMsti.ock.
th- former heed of the Writ'
Union, have hast defiantly
d from exile.
They have not merely son
horn-'; i)th have actually b
elected to the Czechoslovak Na-
tional Council Radio I'ltava. thi
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EDHlflD COHEN
Every Citizen's Duty
If. as Clauai u.t- put it. war *-
the continuaUori ot diplornac) by
other means, it is no wonder our
youth view with dismay the Id-
kc> ot diplomata wrestling lor
tha over the shape of a table
the i>i iphecy that it will be a
yeai before "peace talks" can
I to th
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The temptation iil
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f*red in the t*.S ling
(Mil '
favor of a |
I
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ol .1 m w ha red
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Itrtj busu Asia
Wl 1 |t p| .. |,y
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Hi t .1 numba 1
ive studied it, doubts that II
t Sun.' n ravors 1
poor and deprived 1 lasses In
lock ty, changing it In sit}
nlflcsnl way to balance the
..'.1.. s has |Hs] t.on duly recently, when the
Status of the exempt student
group was somewhat challenged,
have we privileged Betas shown
real concern Instead of striking
at the urns of the problem, that
eone.-in very likely mav lead us
to take the easy and |>otentially
dangvruus way out of the fix.
mj thology of mUltartssT
n luxurj cannot afford k
pleased w were last week wt
in his pr.ss conference PrcsftsV 1
Nixon arnended the term
i 1 lor mllitar) power" to .1 n
' lent militai power
' ng to it. along 1
"ti r myths which
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ISRAEL
[he leadership of the Home Furnishings
Iroup of the Mercantile Division of the
>ieater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969
>mbined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
lr.d campaign at a luncheon at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors. (Shown from left) are,
Hyman Lipzin. Richards Department Store,
cochairman; Maxwell H. Weisblatl. Jordan
Marsh, cochairman; Emanuel Z'ev Sufott,
guest speaker; and Ralph Levitz. Levitz
Furnituie.
Furnishings Group Reports Rise
iniiH ZYv Sufott. a combat
n of IsiaW's Wnr of l.ilx ra-
nnit former rounador of the
Kmbtusy in WashinKton,
uas th>' cui st speaker at a
Ambassadors Hotel luncheon
ift ol the Home Furnishings
of th-- M 'rcantile I>i\ talon
Gn*at< r Miami Jewish Fed-
Quebec Jews
Will Kenmin
Continued from Page \-A
What t': Jews don't liki
ned i- I > BfM rial '
i Ich shows .in
ttsl rharacti r and i> nothing
i..i i rtau\ li ism, exclusn ism
. Lf-inti i it the Jewish
iii.it> .- coi s In 'i that tk -
t rtoln ki it) i and i loli
misfit occur, Quebec's i i
li-.ni will m v,i Iiim its i i\ i
character Montreal," he
. led. v\ ill :;. \.-i ase to bo the
i >stai of Jew Ish 111 in i 'ai '
Hemophilia Auxiliary Lunch
Delia I M ine> Chapter ol
liaml a< I l lemophilia \ lx
uva* i Id a lui
, rhursday in the
vm- Hoti I 651 i Collii Av<
Ud< 11 i- |resi-
ration's 19>!' Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Kuml
rampalgn. The group's cochatr-
men, Hyman Lipzin and Maxwell
li. w.isbiatt. announced a 33 per-
cent increase in giving over that
ol 1968
Their statement, issued Jointly,
said, "Now our work real!) Ih-eins.
with personal contacts to be made
with rvrry member ol our Industry
by our Committee The Home Fur-
hings Group has been one of the
kadera ol the Mercantile Divisi n
and we hope to make this year our
most successful."
lite CJA-IEF Committee for the
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Bond Fete
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Winter Storms
Many Frenchmen Support Pro-Arab Policies, Poll Finds
Continued trm Po 1-A
tho south
goveriwit i
fa asm
ia.'is vital
w mil ha<
\\ at hi i
Israel continued, and
fficiala ant becomins
concei m d o\ er Is-
citrui export crop,
:i Ii.i' 'I hit by both
lV's
i.ik -force w Inda ami rain in the
lower ai. as ami along the Medi-
terranean caused Hooding ami ;.
vast disruption ot communication
ami transportation. The <-<>! urrather and snowfall that fol-
lowed en at. (I ad.'in rial haw
the huh. i levatioi s
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PARIS iJTM The average
Frenchman not shan' the op-
position "i leading French political
fiKuns and mosl sections of the
press to the pro-Arab Mirliile hast
policies of President < *harles ('aullc and his militar) embargo
against Israi i
According to .. poll taken by
' France's la.K>>st public opinion n -
j search organization, the I.F.O.I'.
'at tiie request of the mass Ireula-
Uon newspaper Fiance Soir, a ma-
ktritj ot Frenchmen 52 percent
approved of De Gaulle's efforts to
establish closer ties with Soviet
Russia, a polic) linked to France's
st.mrt on the Middl. East. Opinion
as divided pquall) l twet n dis-
approval and approval of the >-
; bargo on shipment ot spare parts
and military equipment to forei
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Friday. February 7, 1969
1"
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
ToraU Of Freedom
B vr.it' < it \i:lks hi k^i.
( oiii: ri!;.it inn Ifii.li lt-iph.ii-1
". ti I 'hoi in E!o Mi Sheoai k
be con-
es with
Ihe Tot.ih!
uur i'. ibkta
isize that
i peo-
ple were not
ii dered
tion, until the
moment t he>
stood at Sinai,
nnii heard the
pi o n u n o e-
m'!it uf tin ir
n e w Constitu-
tion, whereby
l lira of Initiative
vv. Ji a* know what that I I '
should be lo work loi I
\ ival of the J< w ish hi i its
'oiah ideal, i r a i>.-tu-r lilc-1
i better w I. for a daj when
the prophecj "t Isaiah will ful-
. in that worl I awards
vmI] Im> beaten into plougshares
free Uvea and i.
J life according to the laws
ol di propriety morality and and ipeara into pruning hooka.
brotherhood, allot which an cov- The survival ol the Jew la th
; in the Ten Commandments: greatest negation In the word ol
dt not kill. Thou shalt not aii the mechanical rules. Bj thow
commit adultery, Thou shalt not rules the Jewish people should
it bear fake have been dead long ago. 11 la the
vitneei -her words, we may great God of Israel working ins
use the modem colloquialism, live A..r ,i. rs in this world that has pre-
: I. i in.' \.it sii iii a dictator-
ship, where ew ry movi men! of the
indlvid i U is the basil* ol (he
enetti) of freedom the police
stall
i iis a- :i nation, lawa ol nature by coming back
into the world family ai a proud
ami independent nation.
The great ideal a Jew has to
Now lei us a in ihi democratic countries where tage of the Jewish people. Hi' can
we live in true physical freedom, show hia freedom and initiative by
hoM free are we0 ohsorying the Jewish way of life.
j" serving Jewish civilization in all its
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Jot lira
Yi, i '' ml Sit i
x ti,. lay, a-ht n it m ii mon
thai th. ;'- h""n "", "'""
the mount and the \ d lEaod. 19.ll
JETHRO Wo ": : tther-ln-1 iw
, p,.,.., what G d ha I doi for the Uraeliti Hi
went I" meet Mo* sert
Jethr advised Mus I inpoinl judges, in ordei to.....'h"
i. | |s sole Ic id rsh n Mow a t
the mosl difficult questions.
in the third month the childrei U el heard the Tee
Commandments al Mount Sinni <", "ice dec | im thi
Lord thy God rhou shall have no othi i oda before Me Thu
shall nol make unto thee i gt iven image
take me name of the Lord thy Gad m vain
During the |>ast 150 years w
have N in led into a new kind of
facets vwthoiit feeling he is luiek-
*obb, Kubrl
n tl at moment on. The quea
i in maj arise in our minds: r>id
r th. To:;riti place i estriet ions on
v in. dam to live as he de-
sired IS his min fcettnsjB dii-
t. te to him? Tin n how is it that
R ibbis make ihe abaVe rtato-
i that only li" is, and can he
sideml fret who lives by the
s of tht Torah"
Sabbath I.. > to keep d holy .
mother Thou sh It >t n inler
adultetv Thou shall nol steal
witnes- against Ihy ncitjhibor
neighbor's noose wife nor
bor'a (Exodtu 20.2-1 U
thc> wt re to enslavement. The age of industrial m* tb* wortA
nide their lives (l,.vt i,M,mc-nt hriS gradually enstav- nlv b>' ,ucn llvinu' caB ,h'' J,'w
.d us to the mtv machines which show that he received the Torah
we had ho-ntl would lead us into a \f freedom at Sinai, and that the
more free and leisurely period of Decalaiw summons the Jew. and
human existence. Review vourj*" mgnkmi, t.. matte good then-
daily m. tiviti.s for a moment.'and -TeedhsW from bcMdage in the lands
you "ill see how enslaved re are fi the Pharaohs of modern society.
we arise, to the busing of a ma- '"nl> in ,his vvav can W(' t,ulv sav
chine, make our coffee in a ma- -vith ,!" Rabble, "Kin Ben Chorin
chine, rush to the office in our elo MJ Sheeeek BatornrT Only
machbar or a pubtk machine, add he is really free who Uvea with and | mm f(,(., ,h;|t ht, la,.ks
i rj ohrlouaWhen up our sa <-s by machine ami Upea by the laws of the Torah.
il I tyrant ical govern-
Thou ahalt it
Rememb r thi
i; r thy fa Iher :.tvl th>
Thou shalt nol commit
i'n .n *h ill not i) ar t ilae
I i .1 -h.t't not er>\i-t th)
inythins. that is thy m
This recoonting o* th Weekly Prtle Ihe Law i* tracted
and basad upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritasj*."
edited by P Wollman-Tsamlr. $1S. Publisher is ShengoU. and tha
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S. NY. President
of tho society distributing Ihe volume is Joseph Schlang.

raa ism and other me-
il : innica in the .\iab lands
^ eh as Kgypt md Communism it
Russia irul the salt llito countri -
tlv ri I- ", free? No,
i na i\I'd bj ih
ird i'vvi i paiier const Itu-
' m hii h tht j maj have had
WI Itl 10 pull the w 'H.I
' er tl eyes I I heir citizens
u i' ilo nol hat to go far back
thai a people
ii .in en-
V i fi m \\ eeks
ideil
I. nak< ah. il Is go> -
:. I was to abro-
.. i- thi const ttii :
ii
\ d so ii waa when the Lord
Ji lo iv.dl> become
......! i! gave thi n
< nst itui ion, w hi ri'b> Ihoj ma
our iii irn I
h mat him*.
are entertained
(if mrse we n ali/. that i( we
were to eliminate machines, our
modern civilization would collapse
itora who ,'"' ',''" *" f'ached a poinl where
we forget that <"..hI gave us hands
and I to exer-
cise in I make use of? What can
.'. do to regain our human facul-
ties, out indivMualit} and our im-
i iative as human Ii 11:.
Tlir answer waa once (jiven by
M son, W ho ad\ ls.d us
Hitch your wagon to a star I>i.
you want to be free? Then choost
an ideal in iifi-. Live by it and foi
it. cherish it and make aacrlflcea
im it measure your atandarda bj
it If you live bj thai ideal, it will
your whole personality,
". il th< Ical life
you new
visitor | It is ti-..
and is in a state of complete well- bath, wh nol offer con-
being. The sick and t.v nera dolencc I
must, therefore, contain theii out- lion will at
ward feelings "! and de- gabba< peaci "
s(>air and make evcr> attempt to
Bj RABM BAMVEL .1. Ki\
\\h\ is ii that ii|hmi etalMag
the sii i, iir the moanaeaa >n thi'
Nai.iiath, aae makea a spaniel
ili-i laratu.il to thi'in ri-nilndinu
tin in th.it it is thi- Bobbath?
Visiting the siek and the mourn-
ers m the Sabbath is a comm
able acl Howevei In doing tins.
the visitor must ever keep mind-
t he spii it of the Sabbath
It is im the Sabliath thai
t\. clicfious
s.'
r\*iccs
Cantor Meyer Engel
21
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TIFERETH JACOB 1TEMPLE1. 951
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A < .-. 11ui!-.: i .. in
BETH TFILAH 9M Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox Rabb- Joseph E Rackovsky. 22

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1^4? Washington Ave Orthodox
Ranin Dow Rosencwaig 23

EMANU EL ITEMPLEl 1701 Wash-
Mften Ave Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Asa.slant Rabbi
Daniel E Kirahblum Canter Zvi
Adler 24
|. in kh ni-.ii .


HEBREW ACADEMY .-<400 Prf'r*
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander 6
Gross 25
a
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
. GOCit 1512 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabb. T.bor H Stern.
KNESETM ISRAEL. 1415 Eudd Ave
Orthodcx Rabbi David Lehrfield.
C.intor Abraham Se.f
llatu
S. rm 'i '.-''
i '

MENORAH (TEMPLE1 620 75th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram
ovvita Cantor Niro Feldman ?<
I. \
III i|a \ '. .. in
NER TAMID (TEMPLE' 80th St and
Titu'ii Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovti Cantor Ed
v..ird Kiem 29

OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man 30
i Kntui H m
.-- Hi 11.1 I

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias 31
a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A ,
BenHillel 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN iTEMPLE 102$
NE 183rd St. iMiinn Gardens Rd i
Conservative. Rabbi Milton Schlin-
shy Cantor Tibor Moses 33
i' in S.rni.ii U hat SI. ill
I S iiu- -I I
..in .1 ir .-. VoejjUt C< i

BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schitr Cantor Jacob Renter 34 .
|l"l i.i ,. i- in Hi.-- '
ii.....n i Bet mon
Thins J- ; tiiv Bat
in
present an air ol pea ind ae-
lel.lt>'
Thusi who viail them on week*
days take note ol whal ails m
Kiiexae them and offer a pre
thai the ailrm nl or eriel be cured
or consoled by Ihe Almighty him-
self On the Sabbath, the visitor
must not In in-; to publk attention
that the peace ol the Sabbath haa
n disturbed
To one who i-- ill. t'.. visitor
says, "Il is th. Sabbath when one
must not cry out and recover)
will soon come and enjoj the Sab-
bath reel ii i- ace "
To one who is in mournine, the
lath Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan 38
-
\:-. n Tl iU
I" |. m M i. i
VOLNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
BETH MO SHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. D.x.e Hay. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Z.on Kirschenbaum 35
\> ni s.-rtnon: I I I
. "..ii ,i i ik l.i.> .^, uf*. K.'l-
lowexrl b> "neat HRllMmt BatUrflai
.i in s. i nwm I'.'rti.ni ot the t
B NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservator Rabbi Charles Rubal
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
x m i Ri .-ut Bal bath
' ii- -i Hi \..iiu.va linker
.. in l: Mitr\ ah ..(
.Mk.lm.-I -.ii I Mr. .iii.l Ma* It.'t.ii
CORAL GABIES

JUDEA iTEMPLEl 5500 Granada
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per 40
. \ ; m II
Si .- .-li'-l \ ,ii,

ZAMORA ITEMPLEl 44 Zlmor) Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berger
41
I '" t. m < -ni n i%- i u-
I S.tHIt -l.t \ i
Scri|itttral l..
FT. lAUDUDAlE
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPLEl 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards Cantor Theodore Mmdich.
u
ivi.i.y v is pm Bernv.n w I
M-. in M Mull., i I- l., I
low rd b) i :. k- Sli.il.l .it Sulu: -I
EMANU-EL 1801 S Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement 43

HAlUNOAl!

HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N E First Ave 44
HOILYW0O0
BETH EL (TEMPLEl S 14th Ave
Reform. Retbb. Samuel Jaffe 4ft
Frlrlaj I! u.m lui I Dpi el I
.1 Hunt, r U \..lt Pirn* ii. .Ir i h ,ir
iiui.. lflplaro|>aJ ,s. IhhiI K..uii.lti..n
Thus, the \ \ ii
tuom .....
the sick at I col I th net tn.- -
i, avi d v^ ii'iniit ili-t the
peace ..i 11: Sabbath, w i. ~ .
pai itlot '
Sabhath
CANOIEUGHTING TIME
19 SHEVAT 5 49
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BETH SHALOM iTEMPLE
M nroe St Conseiv.lt v* P ,-
Morton Milivi.i Cantor Ir*
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Sinai .temple 1201 Johnson SI
Conservative Rabl I i* ro
Car- lu- 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL iTEMPLEl 3iO0 S.S 6th
Way Conservative
POrVVPANO BkACH

SMOLOM iTEMPLE: 13.'SE 'tth Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morns A Skop
Cantor Michael Freder t,

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a tl .- ir w. k SmIii
. *>a .;.,

SURFSIDt
MOC.AN DAVID CONGREGATION
1.1.3 Harding Ave Surtside. Town
Hail Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
50
mica
Trill far/ u r'fh-fJ in
.'it, :h the ('-rarei
Mum rldboini jl AwKN H
( ; | -. of pHa Jrjti.iri
appearing, 'trrr II
DR MAX 1IPSCHITZ
Lr-,irr f
Brttt ToaAH HI i" is
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/ "IM
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SINAI iTEMPLEl of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 2?nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmoxtley. 37
>. > ir Tl I il'l'i
V M.. i i -
! .1 III
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
Feb. Ch 7 n a.m The Still Small Voice
il.-i Rabbi Sol non Schiff, Beth l-:i Con| i
Topic: Combined Jewish AppeaJ-Iarael I
Fund 12nd in set
I'll, tl Ch 2 10 to 11 |
Tnj.ii i'. ace (Ir Plec '
Moderator Re* Luthei C Pierce
Pa Rabbi Sol
Col it ion i'
II iroid Boale)
Man To Man
Landau, Beth I i I
John Vert
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Friday. February 7, 1969
+JeUtrk>rkikr>
Paqe II'.
Dr. Wise Due Here For Tel Aviv U. Fete
Wolpert To Serve
-As Assistant To
layor Chuck Hall
G orcc \Vol|MTt. a lonc-ttnx"
JFsirlent of Dadf County who is
rummtitiify nnil civic leader, has
' n appointed an artniintstratlvr
S-s^t.mr- to M-tTi>olitRn Pado
Pounty Mayor Chuck Hull.
LMr. W"iirt. who will vnv
ithout pay, said he gmtly ad-
1:11 Mav.ii- H.i I. whom he lust
v i i'i 1*">1 when Uith were vice
residents "i the United Nations
fsociatlon, Mr Wnli it who was
hairman ol United Nations Day
id inatrumi ntal In arraniftnE for
ie late Eleanor Roosevelt to
ik here during the festivities,
irkgi ound "i comm'inli v
lork will allow him t" I*- ol SCTV-
t< t, > Tii. miiv ol.
I i" 965 as I> n 'I c
Ounty's "Outstanding Citizen"
Ii Wolpert has served on the
nunit and has
cards : directors of a number
i-e: in In-- cffoi ts lo pro-
note -iv lc proj etS
Dr. George 5. VV'iai. |>rcsldont of
Tel Aviv I'mv ei sil vvili partici-
pate pi the National Inaugural
Dinner oi I ic S cietj ol Founders
of the American FHrnda of the
Tel Aviv ii.v. isitv Saturday eve-
ning in Ihe Miami Reach home
of Mr and Mrs. Josi ph II. Kanter.
The head ol [siacl's largest po-
litical pai ty, [si II (labim t Min-
ister I i:.1. is Sapii, will Ik1 guest
'"ei ind pi in< ipnl s, ak< r at
I Hi !.. : ;
Im itutions tu thi ick-tie af
fan g o| Ti I
Av iv atin Ann-rica
and i thi ottgh i ;t
the SI it ding to
ati was
i ,| f Israel Boi
lional ch I srael
IS | A |
. t | I '
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St at>
as a '/],, |.st I .i .. Pi Wise .
Glass Products Are
Shown By Budd Co.
'I he J. Budd v '.i. loeated at
so.. 1 N i. 2nd a-, manufactun s
niatei ial for "ant i nitron walls and framed mirrors, employ-
ing a group of Ii vi n artists to
keep abreast of the demands ol
their rapi-lh increasing clientele.
Among their patrons are such ho-
tels as the Kden Roc, DtMville
and the Dupont Plaza, in the pub-
lic an as oi which "antique" mirror
walls have been installed.
Tie Budd Co. has developed
color patterns which withstand
severe climatic conditions for the
"antique" mirrors. The demand
tor these destqns was s,> great it
became noccaatu> to keep a night
shin employed turning them out.
The company also manufactures
nrirror switch plates, used exten-
sively in mirror walls, and "Pierre"
mirrors with planters tfor the
foyi ri. Chivalk mirrors for the
bedroom and "Lazj Susan" tables
hi "antkpn mln o for I lie liv ing
room things that wi re popular
in the past and ai t> still in nai '
The Rudd and expoi ts
stock sheets which have arriwd
I 1- iw ay pi ici s as Tata an
pxci condi-
tion, If was the in~- to manul
do-it-yours. II MIR I l-WALL
ki's I'M "antkjui mil it i ed w i
which m v'. it ic i ss.
The Budd Co.. w hleh also |n
ports glass furniture and distinc-
tive glass ace ssories from all o\ er
vlic world, k''-;.s its showroom il-
ht for iii' in nefit
of 'inov. 's" mho m:i> want t"
Ct I'I' it
for the In irket from the four
I thi world.
former president of the Ann rican
Friends oi toe Hebrew University.
After serving for nine years ai
chairman of the board of gover-
nors ot the Hebrew University, Dr.
Wise in 1963 accented the invita-
tion of the government of Israel
to become president of Tel Aviv
University and has been highly
ccessful In developing a skilled
faculty and .i modern campus, to
p pace v ith the expansion ol
the student ('oil- Under his load-
ei*ship, Tel Aviv University in five
wars has grown from an enroll-
than 2.000 to one ol
I 000
A nmn laude graduate of
n I 'nivt ist ', I >r. Wise re-
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Friday. February 7, loco
Frit
A
Area Rabbis In Mission
Continued From P9 1-A
, 11 I i Bid thr I
B< ii SI* an Vallej ki! butzftn.
I hi y will meet ith n pn w nta-
.. of th .' vriah a
JDC-Mal n in ordi r to si I
. th. : thinsrs, ch< pn
gr.w r** ;.
ih ir met t..- > v\ Mti
:h- I
' : Plltatl
fan
! .1 01
Abraham Elmaleh, a Jewish Moroccan re-
fugee, meeting his sister, Mrs. Arthur Mitts,
ct Miami International Airport in a com-
munity sponsored family reunion of Jewish
refugee families. Shown (from lef!) are: Mrs.
Mitts. Mr. Elmaleh, daughter Celine, (back
to camera), son Elie. and Arthur Mitts.
Federation Aids Immigrant Families
For thr tirst tin.o in 10 years,
t-- Jewish communit) of Miami,
through th.' Greater Miami Jewish
leration, has undertaken a new
pram <>f resettling Jewish fam-
I in Greater Miami.
The first community-sponsored
family, thai of Ahranam Elmaleh,
i Meioevan whose sister. Mis. Ar-
thur Mitts, is a Miami resident,
arrived last week Agencies of the
Greater Miami jiuish community
- n latx.i inn I ;ne. 1967
i facilitate a reunion i* twsen the
and tiftei 11 >. living in
the first tim.
hlS V l!"e. Fsllie;
tors Li M
i an : David will t. mporar-
ily share the Mitts' South Dftde
home. Celine klmaleh, another of
tin ir daughters, has l*rn in living
in Miami for six months on a vis-
itor's permit.
The various beneficiary apenries
of the Creator Miami Jewish Fi it-
eration have hern coordinated in
order to help resettle and asM->
the migrant families that will be
arriving here during I960.
The National Council "f Jewish
Women and the United HIhs s< rv-
Ice ha\e beer, working mi this
roject and in addition, the Jewish
Family and ( :ldr< r; s S< \ ice of
Greater Miami, another Federa-
tion supported agency, will assi-t
the migrants in iinding apart-
ments, schooling for their children
including tutoring in English, and
will counsel them on all problems.
The Federation has set aside
more than S20.000 from the annual
("JA campaign this year to pay
the expense oi helping to resettle
these families locally. A i;oal of
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i the ions" n<
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i-iew that
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an internal affair, and had no
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before the Retraritj ( ounril or
:in\ other I V erat i\e body.
The Fti nch i nl took
mofl lion, it was dis< I
ttie French ambassadoi In Bagh-
lad twice calling on Ihi Iraqi For-
protest ii! on hu-
Ita u For-
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the m i list ii bed the <
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A letter from Mr. Rogers to
Sr( : .. Council presi lei t Mas
J.ik '
th. t s proti si io in. v i tions
on humanit Ms. And Mr
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phen oi >| V ion and hostility in

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Jmlsti Ftoridliair)
Paqe 13-A
k0
Continued from Pgo 4-A
ilcc "' tke r&emlin In Prague,
rhara.t. 11711I the Qoldrtacker-
Sik return u "lmosi incredible."
Y( i nth.: ) i< sted exiles, like the
former riiri cl ifi "t Oeech tele-
. mi. i'..i\ e also come
tome. Ai lli one Csech province,
the official Soviet propaganda
sh.it. Zpravy. ha* boldly been
annni by tlw 1k;iI prosecutor.
In Czechoslovakia, in short, it
jiiuit and more a|>|>cars that the
Bovlets i ino( so back yel can-
|not si w '! they are, and
hi'iirc must go forward. Ami in
this tragic Instance, forward" is
likely t i 'Hi by meaning much
more direct Soviet rule, on th<-
attern I by Adult Hitler, quite
uaslblj accompanied or prepared
or bj a really ghastlv blood bath
pi ,u and etoew hei
Oholei Torah Honors
Mr. and Mrs. Stein
Rumania
Mr aim Mrs Sidney Strin of
Miami Beach will guests of
honor at the second annual Schol-
arship Dinner of the Oholei Torah
Da] School of Greater Miami Sun-
day evi ning, Feb. 23, at the Dt-au-
ville HoteL
"Th<- Steins will ho cited at the
dinnei." said Menasche Hirseh.
president of the school, "for their
tireless devotion and support of all
phases of Intensive Jewish educa-
tion both at the local and the na-
tional levels."
Ri sklents ol Miami Beach for
the past n years, Mr and Mrs
Stein, who are members of Tempi''
ljrnnu i-.i are supporters of the
1" ading educational instituti ins, In-
uding the Hebrew Academy <>'.
Greater Miami, rhf Mesial Wen'
School and the Irving Lchrman
Day School.
Thi' parents of Lorl Ellen, l">.
they are ai--o active in behalf of
Yeshiva University and the Foun-
dation for the Home lor the Aged
in Israel.
AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
With this kind ol outlook in
panhoslovafcla. it can seen
in iiin police mi asuii a at home
hi set n i'i order to the Soviet
ssi i Vel Czechoslovakia is not
onlj reason for this. Another
ison ii l'. imania
\_l,\ i the IntBsion of
phoatovalda, a bitter struggle
is i' i:i rather openl) in prog-
ss betwaran the Soviet bosses
th< ir.tins.lv nationalistic
tnanian boss, Nicholas Ceau-
l-u. Th^ Kremlin wants Mar-
it Jakuboa\*ky and his merry
men to allowed to hold War-
aap fac-t main livers in Rumania
as they did in Czechoslovakia
prior to the final invasion.
I'nnhtrmd by the CVerh tras;-
Ceauaeocu has not been of-
ring h ad-on resistance, bul he
as i.:, asking for the most
DtiHad guarantees thai Marsha!
kkubosvky and the Warsaw
act divisions will go away again
a very early date
Odds housed
- The episode at the Kivmlin
Sjat>'. whether real or contrived,
must certainly have given t'cau-
rCU a bad fit ol the cold chills.
is perfectly clear that some of
ee Soviet political and military
idera have lonx been linking
C^'-clU'slovakia and Humania. on
fie argument of "in for a penny.
for a pound." And the alleged
Ittempt on the cosmonauts quite
ibviously increases the odds on
m invasion of Rumania, just as
men as. s the odds on eventual
Pquidati.-ri of the last remnants
' liberty in Czechoslovakia.
Pleaaa God this Increase in the
Ids on all these dark events is
based on mere appearance and
not on hard reality. It may still
l>c mere appearance, despite the
v.'iv iglj character "i some ol
the fo lowup ol the episode at the
Kremlin gate In Moscow,
Opri nial i ui.' in i' wchi
Slovakia, return to the old poUce-
enforced silence in Russia. Inter-
vention in Rumania these do
not make a pretty list. There is
nothing much this country can do
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Miami. Florida Friday, February 7, 1969
Sectior.
Hebrew I. Friends Elect Abel
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Richard Abel (left), newly elected president of the South
londa Division, American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
rersity. is congratulated by Jack S. Popick. past president.
yho was named regional president of the American Friends.
Hebrew College Will
Ionor Leo Robinson
Robinson, well-known pht-
Ihnijii-t and I-ailrr in Miami
(rh communal affairs will be
guest cii honor at the annual
i'i of the Hebrew Theological
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insl il it Ion w hich ol f< rs
[raduate liberal arts decree
ms, trains teachers, chap-
. minimal leaders and lay-
-. a broad > ange ol .1 ish
, as well >- pit paiing stu-
li>r the rabbinate The col-
on n ntly has an enrollment
e than 7"" ,it its campus in
III.
me as chairman <>f trie dm-
I be Rabbi Betel w. in,
I leader of the congrega-
ho himsell is a
i illege.
1 isl ii trialisl Ri h-
ard Abel was electi d pn sidi nl ol
South Florida Divi \ mer-
hi the Hebn w I
rsity .it in organization's board
tin-- ting in th. home ol Mr and
Mrs Jack S Popick this we< k
A former resident of Columb -
Ohio, Mr. Abel has been a member
of the national board ol the
Count il of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds since 1954, a mem-
ber "i its \,, utive committee and
board ol the American Jewish
Committee, regional board chair-
man ol the Administrative Com-
mittee and chairman ol the Jewish
Community Council-ADL Commit-
tee, vice chairman of the national
council Joint Di fense Appeal, a
board membei of the Joint Distri-
bution <'omn it'' c. i member ol
national council United H1AS
service, a member of the national
cabinet ol the I'.IA and of the
hoard o| the JWB.
According to Seymour B. Licb-
man, chairman of the nominations
committee, vice presidents elected
.
H : I A
md ; i,-1-
d., III-
ised i >ida C R ibin, -
r Sapii i ai I the Hoi I !! in rt
S Sha| Iro Honoi irj via iresi-
dt nt is Di Philip f. -tlieb
Jack S Popick, past president ol
the South Florida Division, was
elected regional president of the
American Friends 'i Popick also
len es a i nal lonal vice prt sidenl
and memh i ol the Internation il
Hoard of Governors ol the Hebrew
1 University in Jerusalem.
Leon J I'l will serve as chaii -
man ol the Academic Sponsors
Committee; Anna Brenner Mi
was elected Acadcmii Council
. han man.
Board mc mbcrs will
Sidnej 1' Ai in, Dr Joseph I
Anton. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
Irving 1 Billig, Shepard Broad,
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky Joseph
Cohen, Marvin M, Cooper, .1 idge
Ii \.
lack Si i ii I 'ii. 1 lai ry H I
Fri
! .mil Frie llander Mrs I
1 i.i-s. i .tack D. G i
Greenhouse. Abe J
1 \ i ,
Hon Cl ..' Ii F Hall,
Mrs T
Ji isi ph I lai rls Abi aha i Hit
I."ins Hirsch Bernard Kat,
David Kleii Mrs Kat< W Klei-
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sam w La
I m Ir\ing i I>i l. .
I,e\ in, Sej mo u B Licbman I'.
Max A Lipseh.it/, Di Meyi i
Mai ks, i i Aaion Mi dow I i
de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Mindlii H
Kenneth Ok I i\ id Ponvi
Popick, 1 lai .. Ri< h M a Ca
Ri is. i Max Rosen, Jack Ros i
I.' ona d Rosen, S
Ji si ph Safian. Rabbi I 'a i I .-
pii o, S" i ij' Jai il S
Mrs Samuel S .1 .
I .I. romi Sti
Harold
rabbinical i i I ates of
II0 tOBfMSON
the Hebrew Theological College
who are cum ntly sen Ing congn
ii .us ii. tin i ; atei Miami an a
itK hide Ra !.. David ', i<- .
! s. I |s; I
Rabbi SI i T
Sw irskj. ni Cot
Jacob, Miami 1 Rabbi /
I. Drazin, if I elite i

oM FGreat
Not Hi Mia i !' ii
A I i tin \ m
Collegi oi ".: Ii> irv i I Ya slrna
I'niM isii a. d vi< i 'i
the So il isl Region l *
ii an Fi ii nds ol Ihi Hebrew Uni-
\. rsity, Mi R ibinson has long
beet ictivi in supi oi t ol the
ing J' ish ii ii ational institutions
both in tins luntrj nd in Israi l
A past prt sklent ol the x
lean .! wish < 'ommitti i 's So
ast I fe ol
the Board ol Tt ustei s ol the
i ipera Guild ol I ireater Miami Mi
May-r Levin, author of more Romnson ,s ,.,. pn sidenl <>l
thai, n dozen books, will in- Hebrew Acad tro ol Greatei Mi-
la the Adult Lect ire iml .>n,i also a membei ol
Jes of Temp'e Menorah nt Citizen's Committee of the I
m. Tuesday at the Temp'e. -it ol Miami.
LITTLE THINGS ME.W
_A LOTH
ftlAT MAKES A WOMAN HAPPY? UTTIE TH'NGS: REMEMBERING HER
PtTHDAY. LITTLE THINGS: SENDING A RED ROSE WITHOUT AN OCCASION
> UTHE THINGS: A PLAYFUl GREETING CARD: UTIU THINGS: A RECORD OR
fB0OK. LITTLE THINGS: PERFUME OR SWEETS. L'TTIE THINGS: SHOW
ECTION. LITTLE THINGS REVEAl TENDERNESS.
JUST DO ONE LITTLE THING: SEND US HER NAME AND YOURS. WE LI
ID HER All THE ABOVE UTTIE THINGS ANO MANY MORE. JUST ONE
RE UTTll THING: OBSERVE AND ENJOY YOUR HAPPY WOMAN.
FOR PMTJfU INFORMATION WRITE TO:
UTTLE TIIIXGS
P.O. Box 453, Graligny Branch, Miami, Flo. 33168
OR PHONE 681-3047
>
salv! mi'it's (aminis
mt-iroii tlrvss she rls
II for *10.99
Comp. at $5-$7 each. Dress shirts by the most
ous names you know and they're poly-
ester cotton so they never need ironing. !
collars, some button-downs. Short sleeves, solids
and fancies. Not all sizes in all colors.
store tor

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Paqe 2-B
* IfMitt FfrvMiiir
Friday. February 7, jggj
Hietadrut Sols Tax Seminar Here
Mr. c:id Mrs. Max Heimowitz
will be guests of honor at the
annual dinner of Sky Lake
Synagogue to be held Sunday
February 16 at the Deauville
Hotel.
Zev Baumgold To Speak
Zi'. He irm >kl nal \ k
ol Poaie Zkm, will l
: the
< haim <'.i.. niH'ic branch "I It*
' i r- u hi, m ill be hold in
tlu A.,.; i- Hoti I at 8 p.n I
Dr. S W : >. |
has ai ed. At
I M iiii-h will -
t nusJral pi i:: .i <{\ mem-
I so
v. .. hi
I
I
: > m ni
I
i. F< l>
It) i -11 i
s natta
Samuel J l efrak ol New ">
Citj
the
-. ssion wl in 11 a.m.
brunch Mi mbi re f roi.....
the United Stati and Cai
the flral
i hr the Si
kt a seminal i lax
h hieh w ill follow the bi
session in the Fontainebleau Di
Sti in, i sec itivi v >
of the Histadrul Foundation, ill
report on the oi Esnizatii i s
n ss this > ai
lli^.'iliuhi ni the ronelave "ill
I*1 .i eollfrrt-llee I >. > II 111 t Mllul.ix.
ri>. IB, with gueel speakers
Gideon Hananrr. former attor-
nej gtssefal Israel, and Lean
II. Keyserttna, aattonal president

will be M M;s Mori is New-
''.11 ,ii< ach, who h i\e
tributed S200.000 to the His-
u for the roiistiu.il in of
lical clinics and .<
[s ael
William H Sylk of Phi

Pa., is
i I!
tim- k"> innouneed
k bj Mr Sj Ik include Di
i ,,,. Kri trial ol Mian I Bi ach as
hairman; i o-
i-hairman Jack S Popick of Miami
B< ach and Lou PolU i ol Bay Har-
Island! '.:'!: al.
Si : cted bj Mr Rifkin as con-
rmen were M
Lar i ol the Cleveland
Histadrul campaign; Mendel Roth-
ol N Sossin "i Miami B ach, pn sident
of the Israel Hista Irul Coui cil ol
Diamond
Crystal
KOSHER
SALT
Discussion Of Medicare
Set By Rhode Island Club
A regular monthly meeting ol
the RJl : Mand C"!ul> ol I '.:' It
ni ui he held at 7 p.n 9un-
"., auditorium of Washing-
ton Fedi ra! Savings and Loan,
Washington Ave Miami Beach.
The ftueat apeaker will \- Mrs
Pochu ial Security Of-
i-lub president Louis Kei m ss
armounoed Sha will kiw ar .
trated talk on Medicare.
Refreshments will be set
Baida's First Grandchild
Mr ami Mrs. Louis Balda of
Morton Towers, area residents
13 years, proudly announce the
birth of their first grandchild
Mark Micharl. who b th n
Marvin and Sandy Baddo, l'hila-
di li-hia. Pa., weighed in at T .1.-
]'. o/ on Tuesday. Feb. 4.
Mr. ami Mrs. Baida will go to
Philadelphia to attend the Bri* on
Tuesday. P> b. 11
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kosbeR
juLcq OmxL
SALAMI
"1123 PURE BEEF
i,h*MtP $ vp rv *a)n by
prorw oert Or^oeei Rabbi
P*r: Bea Zion c*?rt**v
nd two f.'i
WILNO KOSHER VSS^VSSEl ....t
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF BOLOGNA
MIAMI BRANCH:
7025 N.W. 37th AVENUE Phone 836-2992
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NEW!
FREE!
WR/Tf TO:
The PASSOVER
PRODUCTS DIRECTORY
Guide for Preparation
of yocr Home for Passover
ORTHODOX UNION, Depl. EJ
14 FIFTH AVENUE, New York, N.Y. 10011
TO SeEEO DELIVERY OF YOUR I DIRECTORY
Send Stamped Addressed Envelope
include your Zip Code
stein, k m of Ihe Histadrul
i incil
T".
will
the k gal
..ill wel< m Mi
H .. Israel at ton
wh a n ssfull} prow nit, .1
the notoi ious Nazi w u i i Iminal
.\ii' ill I i< hmann.
Thn
Mrs. INI.- Bonrm, Mrs Morris
Kof ii and Mrs Trudj
an ai nts commit lee foi
ronfi renei
Id i '.
tiona
M. tot STUN
I Hist
offtn e in the i Mm Lincoln
Hi .i h.
'
HAVE
SOME
SOON!
with tangy smoked salmii!
WHIPPED TO HEAVENLY SMOOTHNESS
KRAFT WHIPPED
CREAM CHEESES
SPREAD LIKE A
CHARM-EVEN ON
MATZOS-EVEN WHEN
REFRI6ERAT0R COLO!
&?tf^SSSSSS8&*t$S^S>S'SS-SS22??^
g DELICIOUSLY FRESH FLAVORS
M0 What treats to serve your family and guests! Kraft Whipped
Cream Cheeses spread like a charm, even when very cold. And the
different flavors create big excitement for bagels, sandwiches, party
dips and snacks. Look for them in Kraft's handy, reusable, alumi-
num bowl*.
NOW IN YOUR GROCERS DAIRY CASE


February 7.
* /en/$#? fhrHi tr
Paae 3-1
k Hall 'left' Mayor of Metropolitan Dade County issued
a Proclamation declaring the month of February as Greater
Miami Jewish Federation month. He is shewn presenting
the proclamation to Harold Goldfarb, associate chairman
[of the Pacesetters Division of the 1969 CJA-IEF campaign.
iart Fund Drive Is Underway Here
ru 1969 F< bi uarj H. bi i Fund I9ffl
m>aign is getting undei waj In A goal "i $100,000 has beci
|de County, and will continue for this year's Heart Sunday drive,
i Fel H lecoi lii la Mrs Mrs. liit'li said Grrater Miamians
^ln King High, honorarj Heart rontributed $81 426 on Heart Sun-
ii tti. si cond tla> last yi ar
year Her husband, who The Heart Association's funds
ol Miami for 1" years .,,,. spen1 f, research, communitj
l- |ed bj a heart attack in service and education programs
'
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
presents
World Famous Concert Artist
CANTOR
SHOLOM KATZ
F;iday, February 14,
at 5:45 p.m.
Saturday, February 15,
at 8:30 a.m.
CONCERT
Sunday, February 16 8:30 p.m.
For Reservations Contact Synagogue Office:
538-2741
538-2742
DOH'T MISS SEEING!
FAMOUS
emu
A NATIVE
FLOJMDA ATTRACTION
j
Gen. Shlomo Goren
Due At Bond Fete
(". 3 n. t he I
Xlllliti i Mho
the -
Ji i
1'.
a\ ui 11<
ikei Labor Zio
Farbancl Pi umi i Wom la
ner of Stal I he Fonts
11
ten. Oon n u ill honor Mr. and
Mm. Mi.ni-. Xewmarlc ;it the
dinner, conferring! upon thi'in
th<* Jrrusalfin LII-.t*ratioii \w:inl
in recognition "I their lifrionR
servtcc to laruel, dlnnt*r chair-
man Jack Filoaol hot announcedi
I Ii inmi nt p
nl the protrran m ill rx I. u Soi
teui whi i hai appeared ii Imost
cverj |ihas< ol show busim ss. Seei
bj ml on the T might Show
and the Kd S Show hi has
ilso ap|M arctl i I itres, su|
clubs and hotels throughout the
United States ai M 'anada. and on
ii ius i o .i" i'i i :iams as well A
veti ran i>i the Yiddish Art Thi ;i-
trc, his one-man performawes at
< '.ci;.. gie ii-iii row n Ii..M- l'.'i\r
u pi I' Ira ai il popular aei
and he u m- given 11.. Achio\ env nl
Award by Show Business ma
ii i< t his [Mi lormani as "Biff"
in the Yiddish versioi ol I "oath
.ii a Sak aman "
A vetei an "i man) campait
- with Ihe I la-
ih. Gei < ren, w ho prefei to
be calli i Rabbi has arned the
uinga 'l insignia of tlie Israi I Pa
as i combat i
Hi in i \- i 'hiel i 'haplain ol I
Israel Aimed Forces, he provide
ami spiritual I i"
i -. n! Israi li soidii i s H<
with the I who
first to the S'K I
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In the G I taine-
prii
the ilinm
Now
prune
likcrs"
are becoming
prune
lovers...
IfW N0KMAN
Cuban Hebrew Unit
Sponsors Lectures
i h < hri w Circle is
i i a kl. series ol
rt-s u ikit
l : ,. : : I'.
! i. i man i Felix

nnoui
5 v b
Voui Jew

I hall ;ii
.1 Vvv.. Mi
i
T'i i sent ol
.
mtic I'nuet I"
St s
ai
i i M
Latin Ai
in hist t the lives
tries s re-
i hi hi ..i icd." was
lished by tl nivi rsitj ol
Miami i "n ss at ha* lieen pi in- >'
m the Saturday i; v lew. the Amer-
i, m Historical Rj i< w and man)
scholarl) journals.
Among il>'- subjects which "ill
be treated i' i subsequent lectures
are "Judaism and Its Survival."
Sephardim and Ashkenazlm Con-
trasts and SlmilariUea." 'Inter-
marriage and Anii-s.innism" and
The Cuban Jewtah Colon} 25
Yean From Now."
Wl*
HBADk'TORAT
PITTED
PRUNES
Now that
prunes arc
pitted!
Iwo Fowl Spmalisls
(liil Ill' Rolimm-Ml!
Chez Milhet
The last word in Catering
pleasure until 1963, will be
back in dinner catering, bring-
ing full couise deliciou? meals
into you/ home
Starting February 1C, again
operated by George Milhet,
and with the additional know-
how o. Co-Partnei Henry Leit-
son, well known Restaureteur.
Chez Milhet
llomr Catering Service
IS THE ANSWER'
Please Phone For Sample
Menu 633-6373
cMeatless
yet so
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
r '
r- -
PTfTE&PRI'NES
If you're one ol those ordinary
"prune liking' people, get your
mouth set for a thrilling treat-
new Sunsweet Prunes without
pits! What's rno'e. they're super
te darized for super fresh fruit
flavor-tastiest prunes >ou ever
at right out of the package;
Abi Gezunt with
FITTED PRUNES
K KOSHER PARVE
8
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Sauce
MUSHROOM?

NEW THICK
HOME STYLE
SAUCE FROM
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Your family will love itso thick
it sticks to the spaghetti, never
sinks to a pool on your plate.
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
free meat'ess sauces: Meatless.
Mushroom, Mannara. Keep all
three on hand for tempting
variety.
HAVE SOME SOON!
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Phone: TU 7-2696
Prtx-essors. Distributers. F.xporters
of the finest I .S. l>or't. Inspected
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?e 4-3
* k*>4U rtrrrti-yr
Fndav. February 7, 1?
"Recer- y _- Beach M
zv Dezrr.ez were rers o: Kr.ese:h
iaraoi Coogregcrticn Show a ?:&: from
m A-:-.-.-- 3:-.ev: 1- 3-Dbai.
Louis .*-.---= S
:fihc:- Eafan I Aba L_ser.-:
I.- ;.r- ; -- WetnS
7 '..-.-. z.: z hoax left "::*::. N
er PtrsJ Preside-! Samuel We.rjer, Fine:
Secretary Max Lebow-.tz Assistant Record-
Seaetarj CaaJai Abraham Seif; Rabbi
i Lehrfleid. Harry Genet. Third Vice
ier." ."--^e: erz .S-S3:5^ar.t
im Sarnue. T Scidborg ?
Seuetuif Dobun Honorary L.:e
'Jen And Pfegro' F* Lecture Topic
I trv-
-.
M p ir attf-
5111 '
Voters, Inc., Meeting Set
th* tro*"*' pe>
:- Hn Z
T. torium. 1234
rojed and ______________
Ohev Shalom Congregation To Honor
Louis Temer As Its %Man Of The Year'
- Mar.
tn aimsl
FuCl-
-
rmar.
.-.T_i ffVjX
-
A Che
-. bm

greatest pnde
I v- i.-
-
congregattor.
I his UfmemJous pen -
-- to h<-l{i thcav ls (ortuaate
ean
; a
haurmaa
?-.:.---
ax-a ** I will >->:'
Kh Slav-
:- mer *iii pn-
. ..
The first
THE HEBREW
ACADEMY WOMEN
cordially invite all members and friends
to the dedication of a painting
by the renowned artist
the late
WILLIAM OBERMAN
presented to *he Hebrew Academy by
MRS. WILLIAM OBERMAN
Wednesday, February the 12th, at 1 p.m.
m the Hebrew Academy Library
2400 Pmetree Drive, Miami Beach
THE ML ISRAEL'S HEALTH SHOES
The Greater Miami Shop For Shoe Comfort
for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
WEU KNOWN FOR THEIR SPECIALIZED
FITTING SERVICE OF PRESCRIPTIONS
FOR THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
AND CLINICAL INSTITUTIONS OF
GREATER BOSTON AND NEW ENGLAND
FOR OVER 40 YEARS
SHOES TO ACCOMMODATE BUNIONS,
HAMMER TOES, WEAK & FALLEN ARCHES
TO HELP KEEP YOUR FEET HEALTHY,
VISIT YOUR PODIATRIST REGULARLY
DR. ISRAEL'S HEALTH SHOE, INC
1665 Michigan Ave. (off the Lincoln Mall)
Miami Beach. Ttl. 538-3031

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CALL
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ovnan s
"World
"fJewislti Floridian
Friday. February 7, 1969
Paqe SB
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Groups Schedule February Meetings
Special Jewish National Fund,
Bank and other events wen
scheduled for February by groups
<'. thr Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah.
?
An Eye Hank ami JNF part;.
v.is hi I.! Tuesday by the Forte
rowera Orosajti which will hold it*
rgular meeting at 12 30 p.m. on
lay, with Mrs. Nat Barth, pas)
: -: i iker.
Eye. Hank chairmen were Fanny
i intz and Sarah Cooper; th<-
JNF chairmen were Pearl Bear
; ii Leah Warren. Mrs Sylvia
] ai ztj is president of thr group.

Tho loracli tiroup will hoM a
Iregular meeting at noon Monday
[ir, the Algiers Hotel, when Mis
Lee Goldman, accompanied t>y
|Mis (Mta Bibor Stern, will pre-
sent a musical cantata. Tin- presi-
dent of the group is Mrs. Etta
Wrstin.

Tho Kmma LrfttafTM .r.ni|i will
< Id a regular luncheon mevtinn
kt noon Monday in the Singapore
lotcl. An-a vici' preaidenf Mrs.
Lmaiiucl Menta will be the guest
(akcr; entertainment will (> by
M-alist Marie Kalahari Croup
i m
An Eye Bank luncheon was held
the Morton Tasreia Group on
U'i lUiestday. Its regular luncheon
la sche | LA WES turn your "don't
needs" and "enn't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534 0001
iitxt Restaurant Tuesday at ll-.to
i in., followed by a l p.m. meeting
St 1200 West Axe. On Monday.
F i> 24, the group will have a fun
night and costume party in the
auditorium of the Miami Beach
Federal, 8th St. ami Washington
\m Mrs. Rachel Brady is group
pi i miIi nt.
The Treasure House (Jronp will
have its regular meeting at Tony's
Fish Market, 1900 79th St. Cswy..
North Hay Village, at noon Mon-
day. Guest speaker will Mrs
Gerald Suit/, ami a short musical
program will follow.

The regular luncheon meeting of
the Baj llarlmr t.rmip will !> in
the Balmoral Hotel at 11:30 am
Monday, when the film "Children
of the ExOdUS," nnrrated by Zero
Mostel. will be presented. Group
president is Mrs. Benjamin Stein-
muller.

The K-thrr i.n>ti|>' regular
luncheon meeting will be held in
the Algiers Hotel at noon Mon-
day. S|ieaker will be Miss Lillian
Goodman, past president of the
chapter. Mrs. Michael Feinab In is
the group's president.

A snack luncheon will he served
whin the Sasdaasa Qasssji holds its
i Jar meeting at noon Tuesday
In the Algiers Hotel. Kntertain-
ment will !' by Contessa Kred-
erika, soi'i'^w Mrs Ir\in Shapiro
i- president,
League Of Women Voters
League ol Women V'oti rs
w ill hold an orientation n
In the sstern Ail lini i A
LeJi ;. N W '
Completing plans for the annual Eye Bank Luncheon of the
Louis Brandeis Group of Hadassah are (standing from
left): Mrs. William Carduner and Mrs. Max Siegel. chair-
man, and (seated) Mrs. Sam Ruban, president. The luncheon
will be held Monday at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Federation Celebrity Day
Pioneer Women*
Luiielieoii Honors
Henrietta Spier
The KadUnah < 'hapter of I
in er Women will h->nnr Henri'
Spier on her 80th birthday wit
luncheon at noon Tuesday in "
home of Mr and Mis. Fra
Kreutzer, 8615 SW IKih St I
honolee was lie n-\,t years I
corresponding secretary of K;-
mah Chapter.
All piiK-ei ds from the lunch
sponsored by Mrs, Kreutzer will
to aid Pioneer Women's so
sen ii' pi ograms in [srai I.
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Guest sjieaker at a l -' >" p
Wednesday meeting ol the B.
Melaon Chapter in thi Wasl
Federal Auditorium, 1133 N
mandy Dr. will Mrs Miri
i ild, mi mbei ol Pioneer Wi
en's national advisor) board, F
mi (Sibson is chapter presiden"
JWV To Award Prizes
The Norm.in Bruce Brown P
N 171 uf the Jew ish War V<
rans will award prizes in an es
contest lo students of Rivi
Junior High School ,it .i sen
issembly at 8 15 i m Friday. ?
Koenigsberg is i>-t commam

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on behalf of the 1969 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel Monday. Feb. 17.
Mrs. Morton Silberman. Initial
Gifts chairman, announces that
the guest of honor will be Virginia
Graham of the network television
show Girl Talk." at the gala
luncheon to begin at 12:30 p.m.
Representing the I'nitt'd Jewish
ApiH'al Women's Division will he
five of its leaders. Mrs. Harry I..
Jones and Mrs. John C. Hopp ot
Detroit; Mrs. Eugene Ribakoff of
Worcester. Mass: Mrs. Merrill L.
Hassenfel ol Providence, R.I. and
Mrs. Hurt J Sins of New York,
who will infori i the leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish con
concerning the critical situation in
the Middle Kast at special briefing
sessions beginning at 11 a.m.
Mrs. Jack Kat/man is chairman
ol the day. Mrs. Sol Goldstein is
Federation ol Jewish Women pres-
ident, and Mrs. Burton Levey is
president ill the Young Women's
Di\ ision.
BENEFACTORS TEA
A Benefactors' Tea will lx~ held
by the Women's Division Tuesday,
:it the home of Mrs Nathan S.
Gumenick.
Rira Kishon. a former Miss Is-
rael who is now m the Israel De-
fense Forces, will l' the guest
speaker, according to the an-
nouncement made by Mrs. '
Rosenberg, Benefactors chairn
ami Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz, the
campaign chairman.
Eye Bank Luncheon
An Eye Bank luncheon, sp
sored by the Eddie Cantor Gn
Ol Hadassah will be held at n<
Thursday, Feb. 13, in the F
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j->\incc* as* CHtiiftH
We
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Women
SILMA
WtiM \\ or THE WEEK
Sent Mrs Krnnklin N nfc n vri .....I brought
Raltln s a youi mi?
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nest icr fatht r
that
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TTv | M period up the
M led Student* DorrMtort at the University Selma
kept I typed aTl of he work
Mtd l i-as taking Busui Adminis
' n marketing. When gi t< I they
Beach ho coul I int 1 thei a
the M i' amganj
Th. B'S itai t M w hist s act I rj In tho
ve Nad h k n c tllegi Eddie
a i i>. -h .it high school .nd
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ood and nstead
9 !T\ Mien the children were
ha* a silk st
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karrnn Fishbehfs ]
Engaged To Marry
Dr. and Mrs i Leo l-'isiiiv
2533 Pine Tree Dr Miami ft
i met! the i '!': men! ol Ihett
daughter Kan i a la Roj M Sh -
von Gnu n. son o( Mi apd Mrs,
Arthur Oru< n ol Yonkors, N Y
Mis- Fishbein graduatod Phi j
p.. ta Kappa, summa cum laude,
from Pcnna i 51 it< Ivrr-
sity in 1968 with i B \ rt< grct
Pay hi li i
Mr Gruen received
i|i lti' in Psych
from yeshiva nit rrsitj I in
ntlt in i ). S h il >gy
doctoral program al P i
State I'niversitj'
miSS 10KKAIM TRUDY SCHWAK71
Lorraine Schwartz
Engaged To Marry
I .S. Army Captain
IV'- ins Mr and Mrs
Harry S Schwartz, 1800 SW 17th
St t >f
their (laughter, Lorraine Trudy, to
\ txe, Jr., the son <>t
Mr, and Mrs, Arnold I>.iv >l Gn .it
Ni "k. NY.
Miss S na irti served as vice
-:' and Junior adtisor of lln
Doha Gamma sorority when she
";.- .( student at Miami Senior
High School, She earned her .lo-
grvo In elernontary education from
the University t Miami and now
teaches in Dadc Counts selwolt.
I During his s< nlor year al Boston
University, where ho earned his
dogrtv m Busineaa Administration.
: Capt Dave, :i .....nber >>f rhe Phi
| Sigma ivita social fraternity, re*
1 c Ived the Mar of the year Award.
, He served as vice president of the
| Called of Business Adr/iinsstra-
J tion. A Ri'gtilar Ai-i> offta r who j
has served in Korea .in.! recently
returned from a tour of duty in
Viet Nam, Capt i'.iv is stationed
' .it rhe Military Potto S< ol In
, Ft. G i la.
Tho coupk | ins t b narried
J
Miriam tuihs H"ill
Be i March Bride
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Mrs. Blass Hosts
Benefit Luncheon
A k"1* luncheon in tribute to
the Eddie Cantor Group -"f Hadas-
sah was hosted by Mrs F
Blass at th. Fontalna bli su Hut.-i
rocently .is hor second contribu<
tion to the Gatewaj of I
project for Mount S H tpital
More than 300 men b
and fi
has
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Youth A., al .
miSS HllNt MANDIL j
Wedding Plan 9 (>/
(.antor's Daughter
Are Announced
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Presontlj u Ba
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of South Bt 5 nier I
School and th. Cnhei ty I F ot -
1.In. u here be i rs in
Chemistry and Marketing.
The *. dating s be
Beth Toiah I ..ii.>n. North
..1 Beach, Saturday, !> 20th.
Lucie Joy Laufers
Stum To lit' Wed
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Sunday Ceremony For Susan Greene
Susan Jane Greene became the
hrul* o( Sheldon B. Swrloff SufT-
rtay, Feh. 2. at Temple B th Am
Rabbi Ralph KiriRsley performed
the 2 p.m. camnony, which as
followed bj a n ceptlon ai the
ti mplc.
The daughter oi Mr. and Mrs
David B. Greene, 1020 NE 147th
just in case you hadn't no-
Hi ii. wa in fashion
i-. ili' pai ts ensemble. 'l*ti*-> maj
true pant-suit
t iioi i> be so i ',
. iid I art n't
i h. thei are pan! i i skii I
- tun ; avant-gai I Pa-
i- res|ionsibie for
ii. hion fa.I
u a iN of our n aileis
hi ii th j >ugh1 "i the intru-
fci >f pants into the fi mlnine
ta ii eeived some Inter-
re| li< -
'. i Frank SaU lik< s th< m
: j mm h >"i some women.
thinks Ihej look l si on the
ill, sh" a man The shorter.
... i won an lends to be over-
iwcred bj the I"tik tunic lack
I.-, full sle\-es and flaring sash-
f. Mi Sal di Ikes si i ing them
pi lor \' nlng ami belli
i i- reserved for in-
i i nlng.
Noi Ion Pallol thii ks they
Earvi : is for entertaining at
ai for bowling
sl .ipi :..> i )' supeimarket,
ut thai a >ut it" Mrs Palioi
agi v. !: Mi s it/ aJboul their
he. Mm in the evening, but
a- in imt'l with her
apt i en ning if t hey look-
ed s nu'ii iiki- an evening gown
you i-oukin t ti il the) I' pants.
X|\ .in! t" : stand. hovMAet
%Bjilv ,i Won .,;. u i lid pa as nui-ll
for i punt s ei semble a- lor an
rvi nly to weat them
in i la. "i ai >l have theni mis-
fot w The pai Is out
I woi ii as "fun"
Mi. Pa I lot sa> s She
foui : i tfit that sh
fun th I time the) enter-
,i- i flan d bell bol
r .ii d .i" i >mfitrtabl) i ot
i but the print matrheai
wild f the sofa
M
famil) root so it should !* fun
in watch the guests wonder what
is in the dunks when Gloria be*
. to blend with the sola.
Miss Hannah Maidnan dislikes
punts for women and is firm in
her beliel that won* n look more
ii\<- in dp sses The i
i ipati l woman of today has little
]i it but her femininity, she feels
. and they should stress it Ir.
her opii k>i won en havi a great -
i choice <>f attractive clothing
from the vast array of dress i
available than from pants suits.
and besides, men want their
women as feminine as possible,
which they aren't in masculine
I ants suits.
Mrs. Bernard Bi rnstein is just
as firmly convinced of their use-
fulness, but complains that Miami
is behind the times While pants
ensembles arc accepted In New
York's betti r restaurants, tho
Bernstelns have been turned
away from Nick and Arthur's
here. fThej were welcomed ot
,i.Ms Stone Crabs and at Ivan
Martin's, howeverl. Mrs Bern-
stein especially likes pants suits
topped with blousi I and \. sts
One of her favorite ensembles is
a lightweight sheer wool in
yellow, which she wears with a
black silk en I*- blouse. Hei vest
has oversize jet buttons and be-
p feels that pants require
a small heel, she completes the
,, tnt with black patent
sandals with little het
To date, I've seen only a few
: | ., us. ili1, s at the more Im-
|K>rtant public soi ial functions,
,,i d I have i'' admit that the
rli gant vt.mien were we ir-
.A ns Pants would
undoubtedly mon appropriate
at swingi Jet Set part) than
at a formal dinner-dance at the
; iini bli au Hoti
iou cos suite of ta acsr at -
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1)310 COIUNS Vf
a daily 10 9, Hi I >"" 1-S
st North Miami ihe bi ide is a
graduate ol NosHh Miami Set
High School-
The groom, son of Mrs. Kenneth
I SUI loll and the late Mr. Sin -
loii. 901 Blvd West Mi-
Southv
Hi
Mrs Jeffrej Greene ser\-ed as
mat in1 oi i.....i Robin < ii eene,
Mi James I tennj and Ai
(,iiss were bi idesmaids
1 '. st man as Jai lies Di*i n\
ward I ii i and 11
Pi llel
The i iHipl will li\-e in S
Miami \\ in ii ihc return 11 om ii
irth
Wt-nirr Kahn
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Susan Homier To
Be A June Bride
Mr and Mrs M,i\ Homier. 1150
NE 170th St., North Miami 11
miii' iunee the el igi men! of t
daughter S isan Karen, to I
Stephen Brown, whose parents are
Mr and Mrs. Harold Brown, S60
Nl 171sl SI Not ili Mian i Beach
A uluate ol Miami Sot land
High School and Mi imi-1 ade
mi- Colh the bi Ide-eli cl is a
Minor id Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity.
I In fiam gi aduated from North
Miami High School and the Uni-
versity oi Miami, where he was a
member ol Phi Epsilon l'i social
fraternity Presently enrolled at
the University of Maryland School
I ol Dentistry, he is a member <>f
' Alpha Omega dental fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.
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Friday. February 7. 1953
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National Beauty Salon Week
Salutes Women's Beauty
New Hair Fashions For Spring Are Keyed To The Natural Look'
.\ ill i tin'
g to the
I s .. ( ..
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\ iation,
rity ol the
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Is oneol
n, ki yed to tth gi rv -
ral influences in
, thine I '" ''' ''
>i it) to waves, w hich
i ;-iiinw the
natural contour "I the hi
m ivt also bl Mil al I sid< s
at eye level I I
addition u> bi inging a spii ia
the back ol
head wl gi*i a blouson
effect at the towi r crow n at i
N.-M St\l.s
TJit new styles will be shown
i1 illghout the nation during Na-
tional Beauty Salon Week, Feb.
9 to IS. This uiii the beauty
profession's 19th annual obaert -
ance of this sjxx-ial week, which i<
horaldii with the slogan, "Crown
your t> auty with a nr hair
tj: naturally
natural, hov
sanl.i mean bell
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Tl is is a vil
itj h
Natural Loot) \ MUSI
Another vita
tyle (k'finit
havi a i1' iral look and not
one fron period Foi
Instance, toda ia
ai far a ciy from the flowing
tresaes ol Botticelli's Venus til-
ing in all her natural charm upon
a half shell at k angi
in fashionable figures since th'
!.. aissai 11
Today's "natural look" in hair
THr" NVTl'RM FANCY COIFFI'RF ri kf> priority lo
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19TH ANNUAL
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FEBRUARY 9-15. 1969
ACE BEAUTY SALON
Formerly Glamour Beauty Salon
171C Alton Road. Miami Beach 534-1469
AMGIE S BEAUTY SALON
49" Street No. Miami Beach 947.1012
BEAUTY CASTLE & MR. FREDERICH
INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY I WIG SALON
4rC: N '.'.' 36 S'reet, Miami Spr.. 887-7963
CLIFF'S BEAUTY SALON
S.W 22 S< M.ami -- 443-5788
CRUZ'S HAIR STYLISTS
7120 Bi Blvd.. v 751-2221
DA0ELAN0 COIFFURES
74 Mkimj
665-
DORIANN BEAUTY SALON & BOUTIQUE
7904 W. Di N Bay V.llaqe 759-6255
DRAGON LADY BEAUTY SALON
Che. lean Dalaantet Owners
1851 NX 163 Si No Miami Beach 949-4513
FL0RIC-R0SAT1 HAIR STYLISTS
390S AHoa Road Miami Beach 532-6351 ....
FLOWERS BEAUTY BOX
217 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove -- 441 I
HAIR DRESSERS, INC.
Open 7 Days and Eves.
542 N.E. 82 Si Miami 75" 2649
HUGO HAIRSTYLISTS
156! Sunset Drive Coral Gables 66^-2213
JOSEF M. BEAUTY SALON
502 Biltmo'e Way Coral Gables 448-4444
JOSfTTE BEAUTE PARLOURS
32'. Alhcrr.br r Circ! Coral Gables 445
KA DEE BEAUTY SALON
12 Miami Beach 5
KAMP'S BEAUTY SALON
610 Pet '11
LA RU BEAUTY SHOP, INC
110 Valencia Ave.. Coial Gables 443-3114
LORENE'S SALON OF BEAUTY
Miss America Owner <& Operator
5171 S.W. 8th St.. Miami -- 448-1559
MARION'S BEAUTY ON THE BAY
1386 "9 St Causeway. Miami Beach -564-5827
MARTHA'S BEAUTY SALON
1327 S.W. 8 St.. Miami -37
MIAMI BEAUTY SALON
4"i4 W. Flaqler St.. Mian 443-4." ~
THE MIRIAM MASCHEK SALON
13550 N.E. Memorial Highway, No. Miami
758-0425
LARRY MATHEW'S BEAUTY SALON
2310 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 555 "331
MR. CHARLES HAIRSTYUNG
236 Valencia Ave.. Coral Gables 445
MR. ROBERTS BEAUTY SALON
7291 Rd Road. Miami 66'T-7282
MR. YOUNG'S BEAUTY SALON
"We'd Love To Get Our Hcnds Into Vol.: Hai
561 N.E. 79th St.. Miami 759-2556
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' We'd Love To Get Our Hands Into Your Hair''
8"2 N.E. 125 St.. Miami 757-6941
NACHO'S I TERY HAIRSTYUST
5786 Bird Road So. Miami 661-5263
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1637 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 539 1665
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1402 Ponce De Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
445-2531
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20162 W. Dixie H.%> Miami 949-9901
RUSIE'S BEAUTY SALON
9879 N. Kendall Dr 271-1562
9510 Colonial Dr. 238-7622
10921 Bird Road 271-8942
SABRINA FOR BEAUTY, INC.
1843 N.E. 185 St., No Miami Beach
945 8201 94-9614
SALON DE COIFFEUR
6113 S.W. 8 St. Mi 665-5295
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9"78 S.W. 8 St.. Miami 226 3712
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4861 W 4th Ave.. Hiaiech 821-364:
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7815 Bud Road. Miami 226-3643
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February 7. 1969
+Jewl&fk)rkBan
Pag* 9-f
style* n --l make th* scene for
every ial need of the season,
from tiM nost |>ro| the Ka< '-r Pai aV tp the most t
dratt) >nre vv> ar. n is a par-'
tieularl;- -uita'ule topping for the
li*T?y '' i*. uhethtr arhii-ved by'
means < euii suits ui the wealing
>l mm: ..it-
A Vrv Wave l..ir;lli
Basi< /, th-' "natural look" is
a moo ui a it w wav length
'III. n i one u'. si ringtlme, a
laiitp- ttoRv of the spirit, young
anil a. It loan on the new
w ,i\ th, a i dimension ol
latii hair
'i :- u din* nsion Is length
Ir. all th'1 new styles shown,
tli. : i waves are iom-
>n) I' l' that sniur
ol th' ai deeplj foi ith d,
almost rvi t i: i cameo cm vI i
ami "t' ai so highly under-
st.it. ; i thej just -t the
in i ition !'. all w aves ire
i i relaxt >i
.:> th' i! motion, \>.nether
Ihej w ler, i Ipple or just flow
soft follow !'. natural con-
t.ijii !' 'i- h. :nl
'I'h' wave length was In-
spired tin '40s, bul its form
and i Is so young and natural
that t' "i us who remember
the !' >! wouldn't recognize this
II ton didn't t< .1 us. a \ r>
young li of the natural charm
of tin m-s. ami mi> new today,
i- tin ol occasional curls that
j.. em t ; nit "f the wave for-
matioi ike spring blossoms.
I'rofcNsional Pfrmaarnt \%\r
Hair length can still h.' datcrtbsd
as comfortably short. It does need
expert shaping and a soft per ma- |
nent wave, prescribed jost for you,
to give your hair the substance
and i aty can- thai is needed for
the appealing natural look that it
must have this season. It winter
left any traces ol drabness, In- sure
to take some conditioning treat-1
ments so your hair can look alive
anil \ihiant. It's the fashion!
Colon Are Soft
Hair coloring calls foi
i>|i nding of tones in | w ith
a "nal ok.' Tho igh threi to
:i\. tones ol a bask
hill !> used, all i bit di il to
avoid any definite c mtrasts either
in tone or hue S
v. ail for summi r H w ver, this
thai bra I dors
such as rich browns and auburns,
or the blights III
and palomino will nol be righl at
the top oi the popular!tj list. They
will Ih-. along with soft ones ol
birch, fawn, charcoal and slate.
lint then- lustre will thai >>f a
sofl full glow, shimmering all over,
nut touched up with spotiightii
< om|tle\ion Go Natural
Complexions, too, go natural, in
the soft ruse and rachel families.
I Ips Hie generous ami bright, ami
eyes eyes have a special treat-
ment that enhances their soft deli-
cacy individual lashes added
one at a time, or sometimes In
twos and threes to the lower lid.
What could be more natural'.
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12959 BISCAYNE BLVD. 891-2721

TOP STYLISTS
BEAUTY SALON
WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 10 P M
OPEN SUNDAY NOON TO 8 P.M.
ALL NEW STAFF
COMPUTE BEAUTY SERVICE

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THE NATl'RAL KICK GMFFURE gives occasion for a series
of unrestrained half curls to kick out playfully along the wave's
length. It b one of the MS* Natural Curl styles for Spring by Hie
National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
THIS NATURAL CURVE COsVFURR features the easy flow
of soft waves in the new Natural look hair fashions for Spring
by the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
MR. TED
FORMERLY OF MODERN BEAUTY SALON
HAS JOINED OUR EXPERT STAFF AT
MR. ARNOLD'S BEAiTY S tl.OS
U IX Oaf ST. (Cr.tr .1 I.E. 1st It. A 12nd St.)
CALL 751-5400 FOR APPT.
THE HAIR IS THE FRAME
OF THE FACE.
Enhnc Your Apparnc
With A "Rotilr Sculptur-Kut
Ov.r 1200 Franchises Coast To Coast
W also carry Men's Hair Pieces
Specially Designed To Fit Your Need*
By Appointments
ROrrLER
446-9443
C. GABLES
PREMIER
534-1745
M BEACH
FRANK NOVAK
271-9174
KENDALL
JOSEPH A BARO
661-9--9
SO MIAMI
SPECIAL
fTl'ESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JVM
HU CONDITIONING FRKt:
WIGS WIGLETS KALIS
HI-FASHION STYLISTS
12)2 UNCOIN ID "Car. West A."
MIAMI UACM
we**, x s-07>>
Richard M. Elman
Is Guest Speaker
At Temple Israel
Richard M. Klman. an autl
and clitic of international note,
will i* Sunday's guest lecturei
the Greenfield Adull Institut" b>
ginning :' 10 a rr al Ti mi le Isra
oi (in ati i Miami
The author i I Thi 28th Da;
a < oal foi th< Tsai
Lilo's I iiarj
is \ .'
a i iii i at 11< nningl in i
He will | I
'.\'i itei i
1-1. ion" fron his viewiiii I
and s i '
wows ha vi
, Bo Rtvieu '
I ,: R
I. ad. ms.
1 addit ion to fictioi
I man has mad a i el
!-: and brol
as an astut< i ibser\ er i
\n\> i li m social scene His
ixink Th. Poorhouse State" u
one of the first ti> bi ing into 1
the problems "1 the poor, and a
ci nt book, "Ill-at-Easc in Coi
ton" is a searching spotlighl
black-white relations which Is now
being used as a reference
David Walker Given
i New Administrative
Position At So. Bell
David S Walker, Jr., South) i
r.. il Teli prior* 's Miami distrii t
managei has beer promoted i
i i v. ij ated position ml
,f Lawrei ce B Sheffej \ ice pres-
d< nl for Soul i Florida.
As Administrative Assistant M
! Walk) r will assist th< vi"
derit in adn i I ing the c in
- affairs in tin- rapidl} gi
ing Smith Flo ida ar< i from Se-
bastian Inlet in Key West
We're grateful." Mi S
said. that we have exec lives
I >;I\ Walkei i alibi r to hel|
in meeting the many challi i
ah:i this rapi I rate ol growth pn
., ts There an n< arlj l 2 milli i
phoni s ii South Florid i an i
he |K>inti I re ich n
!* ing added ti a< h da>
Mr Walk* a gradual
1 .i \ i
hone coi \
I I I I is I
the I
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then Hi* i to fill I
. ...
International Auto
Show To Feature
Classic Race Films
Raeii 'ts will havi I
limit to relive the 1
rac a t 1 111 an i 11 G
: i il Auto S '. -'
Miami I a< h Coi
: 7 throv 12
y;. to show nati
inj ol v
: .. i-i.i! items .i
wn
tii ious ye P
Pheati the pi
ibout
depict classic and rec< nl
l':, h.; a, < 'hai otti N.C
l ai lingt' i I are bei ho i
in Fl ii Ida foi thi first i
Y Opens Sunday
Series Of Films
An unusual ssrli i ol m it i
i kMres foreign and
vill he shown at Hv YM-YWH
Greatei start
Xhe films b pro\ id< '
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Friday. February 7. 1%3
Dr. Gordis Is Emanu-El Speaker
Di Robert GoatUs past Aiatioiutl
si In Rabbinii a x
i ol \ nei ffo v\ ill open the
ipl Emanu-El Bn skfast
rwi Series al 10 i 3 h m Sunday
i t ilk on "Judaism ai -l the
'riii uled in the
I in Miami Beai i
.. ei ial hall build-
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the pub!k al
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fiiruni commit-
ui.i preside over Sunday's
breakfast meetyM* whiah will In-
i luiti .i question and anewer periui ,
.mil Rabbi Irving L itual leadet "t the consjresjatipn I
iin.it.-~ ::. udiUl adussv
tion program, will partioipeta in
thr discussion with Dr. GontiK,
professor of Bible ai the Jewish
i > minan qt Arm rica,
"One ol the most troublesome
probii ms confronting American
Jews i I cet tainl) pan nts,"
said Mi Kaj is the so-called
i a tion gap. Dr. Gordis has
stanl i tuch w ith lead-
k nt orgai
n tai Ian, and is
oi i ol the i si equipped mi n in
the i itioi to discuss this timely
topic "
'1 hi will continue on suc-
cessi> Sunda mornii ith I tr
Max \i/i schi duled t- speak dii
Pi i | Dt Bernard Mandel-
Emanuel Mentz To
Serve Fourth Term
As 1500 Club Head
Ai the organization's ninth in- .
tion Sunday evening at the
Denuvillc Hotel, Emanuel Meata
will b installed foe Ins fourth ti
us president oi the 1500 Men's Club I
i| '.'..i t r. Tow ra S sith Bldsj.
'! iking part 111 tin- ceremonies
i! i. I a. h MayOI .' i\
bi Ii ving Lehrmai
Rabbi David
Raal le Beth Raphai I, and
rik J l '
s a || be i led b> cock-
tail* it 5 pin Dinner is scheduled
servi 'l at 7 p m and Aliza
ii | M ii Bi ill will le
line wl.ii h w ill follow at
l>r \ll INK ol A I ontl Bl
h | t the 1 lad I' i nty
i iptorm ii ii Association on the
tonic "The Importat i Sood
Vision" is Friday, Feb l-l
hiium on Fcli. 23.
Rabbi ix'hrmau aneunced that
arcangesnenta have beea Made f<>r
itudenta at Miami Dads Juniot
CoJlego, the University of Miam
and Other area tenon's to ntti-ml
Sunday's si ssiot "We ust im-
prove our communication with
Jewish youth." he said, ami such
as Sundays bfTakfaSTt
an- Important facets n enntinutotg
and meaningful ittw askx with
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Paqe 113
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125h Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type station
for lease. Goad profit poten-
tial. Paid company trailing.
Borders ocean waterway In-
teroma area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
Turnkey installation by dis-
tributor of finest fully auto-
matic all brush equipment.
Excellent financing. See in
operation at 1S168 N.E. 6
Ave. Universal Robot of Flo
rida 947 9713, No franchise
M.
MIAMI SPRINGS
lounge and package store.
cinq Business and valuable
Bkrnte for sale. Will socri-
fke for cash. See Bob Mann
far oppeintment, Traveler*
Wei. 4747 NW 3* Street.
Business Opportunity
JEWISH AMERICAN
NEIGHBORHOOD
Delicatessen and Cater Ser-
jrfcfe in S.W. shopping center,
ts $60,000 net SI 8.000.
It sell Illness. Mm $9,000
Terms. Consider reason-
offer,
ludes Fixtures I Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
179 Coral Way 145 7891
MIAMI BEACH
icoln & Washington
520 Sq. Ft.
3 Roorr Suita
cond., elevator, carpeting
Reasonable Rental.
lee or Call Mrs. Honig at
American Savings
[1655 Washington Avenue
Phone 532-5566
SALE APT. SITE
LOT 100x125 Plans
For 12 Unit Apt.
ipproved with Permit
Cty Water and Sewers
Phone 445-7972
South Miami Suburban
By Owner 1 year, 4 bedroom
2 both, family room, enclos-
ed patio and pool. Palmetto
Coral Reef school districts.
Central air and heat. Owner
leaving Miami. Home avail-
Mile. Fed. 14. Priced middle
SOUTH MIAMI SUBURBAN
NEAR ALL
PALMETTO SCHOOLS
E. oi U.S. 1, has 4 bedrooms,
2 baths, family room central
baths, family room, central
air, acre like new. low
40's. Call Mr. Von Vonno,
Associate Res. 238 2569.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
Kendall 667 5403
BEAUTY SHOP
MAM BEACH
Chairs for 8 operators, 10
air cond. dryers. $10,000 all
call.
TONY ELIZALDE, Associate
Phone 822-5044
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
RtA'TORS
860 E. 25 St. 691 4820
HOME AND OFFICE
ZONED R C
Spacious two story 3 bed-
room home with formal din-
ing room, living and Florida
room, large eat in kitchen.
Adjoining medical office plus
efficiency apt. ideal for pro-
fessional man or large fami-
ly. Only $39,800. Coll R.
Storm Monday for details.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
3S7 Miracle Mile 443 7433
STEAK HOUSE and
LIQUOR LOUNGE
Catering to the better trade
Gross better than S13COOC
yeorly, S3C.0OC handles.
Cash talk; Loud.
WALSH. BROKER
Phone 757-1879
1286S W. Dixie Hwy.
North Miami, 33161, Flo.
COUNTRY HOME
Open House Sun. 2-5
30501 S.W. 197 AVE.
RICHARD ROAOI
Spacious home on 1 acre in
lovely setting. 3 Bedrooms,
2 baths, separate dininq
room, family room, enclosed
garden patio, fenced back-
yard. $30,750 Trudy Glenn,
Associate.
NEWTON COUINS INC.,
REALTORS
36 N.E. 11th St., Homestead
Phone 247 3966
MIAMI BEACH HOME
VENICE OF AMERICA
Tropical Paradise, Sleepy
Lagoon Prestige address for
executive and yachtsman.
Offering waterfront custom
homes, Oriental gardens- pri-
vate ocean beach, ormerly
built to sell for $79,000 NOW
556,000 other homes and
lots.
S. H. BOCKHCHD
REGISTERED BROKER
947-2184 Call day or night
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
New growing business look-
ing for working partner with
investment to help handle
growth of direct mail and
printing business. Mole or
female. Coll 371-6247.
Want Your
Own Business?
SERVICE STATION
Opportunity Available
20300 Old Cutler Rood
Ambitious person will be
given paid training and
financial assistance.
Call Ray Budd
Atlantic
Richfield
945-5388 Days or
226-3075 Evenings
Beautiful Davie Area
.10 ACRE ranch .inri
homemtes located on aiphalt
(treatO, only $^ 11', prr arr.
for a short time only 20'.
e.ih do*n 9 years to pay
CALL NOW!
MR WVSoCKl. .-.-.OCIATE
EVES) 567-7131
SMITH REALTY
i4C0 Griffin Road. Dave
949-7551 (Miami)
581-0970 (Ft Lauderdale)
INVEST S30
AND make $200 or more in
your own business, let us
shew you haw. Sell finest
quality imparted wigs from
$6 to $20 which is leu than
12 department store prices.
Also aver 100 other imported
items. Call 635 5263 or visit
SI 9 N.W. 26th Street.
KEY BISCAYNE
HOLIDAY COLONY
Custom built 3 bedroom, 3
bath, 1 block from ocean,
large screened loggia and
deep pool and diving board.
Den off master bedroom, can
be used as nursery or sitting
room, wood burning fire-
place, many large closets, au-
tomatic sprinkler system, en-
closed gorage. For sale by
owner $55,000 361 5606.
FOR SALE
DRY CLEANING PLANT
Has all the Biggest Hotels on
Miami Beach as customers.
All new equipment. $100,000.
$20,000 handles. Buildinq
can be purchased for 530,030
low Cash.
Call 665-4843
FOR SALE
RES1AURANT
Seafood, Doinq Good
Business. Facing Beautiful
Biscayne Bay.
$39,100
5346153 o. 594 7993
BISCAYNE PARK
HOME
Be Your broker. 2 bedrooms
1 > 2 baths, automatic sprinkl-
er, CBS, fruit trees, garage,
completely furn. ready to
move in, best landscape. Must
see to enjoy. Give offer Call
and make an oppointment.
Phone 759 1857.
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Car
Garage, large screened in
patio. Carport. Partly furnish-
ed. $35,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. KROMf
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Phone 247 0857
OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS
ri( ir ak
HAS SEVERAL PRIME DRIVE-IN-BEVERAGE-
CONVENIENCE STORE LOCATIONS AVAILABLE
SOUTH FLORIDA FOR QUALIFIED FRANCHISEES.
EARN $12,000 to $20,000 YEARLY $16,000
TOTAL INVESTMENT. FINANCING AVAILABLE
Write: P. F. WEINTRAUB
1422C Alamanda Avenue
Miami Lakes, 33014, Florida
or Call 821-9867
IN
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
HEART OI MiAMi REACH
Sites of High-Rise Apts. Space for 75 to 120 units. Alio Bay
front, 200 feet on Big Bay 42 000 square feet.
CONTACT ALFRED I. BLEEMER
MANAGER REAL ESTATE DEPT.
f*i;i.Yf;#rs 0111.wia \tiox
350 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 538-7561
VENDING ROUTE
Requires few hours per week.
Investment secured by in-
ventory. Total price 58,000.
International Business
Brokers Inc.
704 Dupont Ploia Center,
Miami, Florida
Phone 377-9680
Biscayne Blvd. Site
200 FT. frontage east side of
Biscayne Blvd. at N.E. 24 St.
Through black to 4 Ave. 41,-
000 Sq. Ft. Zoned C 1 di-
me prime location for
commercial professional
building, hotel, motel, res-
taurant Etc. R. V. Waters,
an owner 3131 Segovia 443-
4728 or your realtor.
IMMW It IV III IMtlVIK
iiomimtis
50 Acre* at Walton, 10 miles south of Ft. Pierce, 5
miles north of Jensen Beach; 970 ft. River and Drive
frontage; picturesque high bluff area, 25-35 ft ele-
vations.
If tired of urban congestion, pressures, frustrations'
this is your opportunity to art-in the relief you desire.
Appropriate for roomy waterfront estates, subdivision^
or Club Village development Owner:
II. V. WATKHS
3131 SEGOVIA 443-4728
Luxurious Downtown
Office Floor Available
LICENSED REAL ESTATE
CLOSERS |
ARE YOU GOOD
ENOUGH TO EARN
$500 WEEK
WEST COAST
DEVELOPMENT
ON
The JVtave
Homesites and Aereoge
Stock Optional
Medical Insurance
For appointment, Call
OSCAR BURSTEIN
446-3573
e Top sor
5000 Sq F<
Cor- .<-- Br* "-' "J
^eo' Fede-c B -
Cou'*r>ou*e
Co-^o'e'e B. ding 5c
ice & Wo"*?riorce
Adiocent to X-VV-
Cc-'-c' A & Heat
Attroi vc Rental
For complete information call:
Mr. Baros, owner, 377-2766
ONLY ONE SPACE LEFT!!
ONE SUITE AVAILABLE. 1100 Sq. ft Will complete to
tenants' satisfaction. Ideal for any professional office
Join the list of successful tenants: Executive offices of
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Friday, February ?, 196^
$a/fc Mit^ucUt
. < \K1. TAVl.OR
Carl Gary, son of Mr. anil Mrs.
Jack Taylor, will be Bar Mltzvah
at Temple Emanu-EI on Saturdaj
F< h B
Cat l is a student at Lear School,
li In tr* levi nth grade.
celebrant
will ix- honoi i 'i
at a Kiddush in
Sii I in Hall im-
Uati Ij all' r
the w o i s h i p
ervi aii'i at
a reception at
th. Diplomat
v. i \ k, an.l at a
n ption Sat-
urday evening
which will be hosted i>> his parents
at th> Diplomat Co intry Club.
Carl's grand I rs Mrs Sonja
Knlmann ami Mrs Rebeeea Tay-
lor, will attend the event

S< OTT I1RAIX
Scott Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Braun. will read a portion
of the Haftarah and conduct the
services in Temple Beth Tov at
8:15 p.m. Friday. Feb. 7. and will
be Bar Mltzvah at 9 a.m. Saturdav.
Feb h.
A seventh-grade honor studi nt
at \Vst Miami Junior High
School. Scott was voted most val-
uable basketball player and has
won trophies in baseball and foot-
ball.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Mrvices Fnday evening will be
ted by Scott's parents In his
r and attended by friends and
relatives from (thio ami California.

Rl< HAKI) SHAFFEB
Richard Alan, -
ii les Shaffi r, will ci )-
is Bai Mitzva ; mple
B
A seventh ident at
Junior Hi| Rich-
all with
I six yi
Followii bath
morninc Kn-hanl's parents will
Most the Kiddush in his honor A
reception will he held that evening
at the I)ui>ont Plaza Hotel.
Mi ami Mrs Barney Norwitch,
crand|>arents of the celebrant, are
\| eh d to atti nd.

1>AVID ni.t KSTKIN
David, son of Mr. anil Mrs Leo
Bluest* in. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple c >r ('lorn Sat-
Feh s.
David, a teventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High School,
nas played fixitball with Tropical
Bark lor five years ar.d with the
Optimist Club for three, Hi' plays
baseball with the Khoury I-caRiic
and is on the VMHA basketball
team.
The Oneg Shabbat Following the
Frktaj night services as well as
the Kiddush following the Satur-
day morning services will be host-
ed by David's parents in his honor.
Among the guests will be his
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Annie
Bloom, his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bcberman. his brother
Harold, who is a Student at the
University of Florida: aunts and
uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bcber-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Louis licber-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Be-
l rman; Mrs. Nat Hambcrgcr. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Forsyth and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Mishkin.
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WILLIAM KITIN
William Merril. son of Mr. and
Mis Herman Kutun. 8bU Co
A\ i Miami Beach, became Bar
Mitzvah during services at Temple
N. r Tamid Saturday, Feb. l.
A it .d. nt of Ner Tamid Re-
ligious School, William is a sti-
at Nautilus Junior High
School, where be plays trombone
in the school bai I
Willian 's parents hosted the
; sh follow ing t be and
a n < ption In hb at the
: Club S '
n ei it g, at tend) d bj
fi tends.
ULPAN HEBREW CLASSES
10th YEAR
Audio Lingual
Tapes, Records, Newspapers
BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
(Four Levels)
Spring Semester Begins Tues.f Feb. 11
8-1CPM AT THE
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
94C Lincoln Road Mall (Corner Michigan Avenue)
Phone 531-0403
CUSTOM FLOORS
Designed To Your Specifications
for Fla. Room Kitchen
SHEET VINYLS OUR
SPECIALTY
DO IT YOURSELF.
ILES AS LOW IS I
'ALL TYPES OF VINYL FLOORING
J
INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME
endurance floor company -c
HOOP COVERING CONTtACTOeS
13*6 N.W. SEVENTH mKUE MUM, FL0HI0A 331(1
TtkpHAM 181-482] ^
Showroom Open 6 Days A Week
A (.I.ORIO! > NK.IIT AT THE OI'KK*
It nnh~ i.k. a movie t at the Miami Bea< h
Auditorium, the nu;ht of \.j\ Glocanda No
ribbons, buttons snd bows this ni^ht. I
owns, sable, mink anil chinchilla snd ipark-
ling Jewelry. Among the opera goers *n
Judge and Mrs Irving Cypen, Mr. and Mrs,
S im HI ink, Mrs. Florence Kupperman, Mi
and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, Mr. and V. -
Baron d< Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mn George
Steam Mrs Cape] Aacher, Mr. and Mn
William Raflowttx, Rabbi and Mm It vine
Lehrman, Mrs Suzanne Lev) and Mr
Mis Ha IT) Smith, and Mi's David Porv* Mr.
and Mrs. Garrayc 0 Bcrtin were the i
Rosaline talking to Tom Cannon, <
master of the Opera Guild. Tht y used to dance
together m the Philadelphia Grand Op
Ballot.
WHAT HAPPENS IK YOl"
SPRAIN VOIR ANKLE?
You dO exactly what Carlyn 'Mrs J
Rose did. a freak accident on the wa) to
tin opera when she stepped off the curb
caused a serious sprain She went about
nest as usual, wearing an old shoe and hop-
ping around at the luncheon sh.' gave in the
Villa do' Este room ir. the Sea Coast East
There were five tables for ten with a few
empty seat.s in h.inor of the flu Carlyn s s.sti r-
in law, Mr- .lack Hoffberger arwi her grand-
daughter Laurie were here from Baltimore. It
was an interesting group of women, many of
whom played cards later.
Among the guests ware Mrs Louis I
sler. Mrs. Mortimer Wein. Mrs Joseph Si .
Mrs. I>eopold Schwartz, Mrs. I>>nald Rubin
ami Mrs. Albert HUSS Mrs Arthur Winnrick
brought her house guest, Jan Peerce's sister-
in-law, Mrs Max Peerce. She came for the
oi>ear as she is also the sister-in-law of Rich-
ard Tucker.
Other guests were Mrs Arnold Iy \\. n
Mrs George Rediker, Mrs Melvyne Sommen
Mrs Mariua Ranaon. Mrs David Lev> m
Charles Goldman and Mrs William Summers
DEAR JKWiK SERUM
Gu ss Mrh t happened to her on her I
birthday She got a love!) gift from her
rat en, Man In an t B
'In- j tid her with m great
Andrew Da '
aces
on h s mother's birthday by two d Edward
n.-i.iN and Carolyn wore waiting Impatient!)
tor theii brother'i arrival. Maternal gn
parents are Sam and Sylvia S< thn patai
grai ts aie Louis and R .lmd GtUn
ami the goJparents ire Mr and Mn !'.
Gillman At the baby'i part) 1 ch win t patio were all ol the 11 and ta-
ins.
u, -ts Included Mr and M R
,.1. Mi ai d M Josh Sirkin, Mrs. M s
i il ,t/ an '. M s id i; Mi and Mrs
Max Spiegelman, Dr and Mr- U'..: am A--
man Mrs Richard Utt, Mi- Morton W. n-
l: bbl and Mi- Sol Landau, Cantor
snd Mrs William Lipson, Mr and M Charles
r ind Mr and Mn Jamei Bres
THE MINI WAS PUNTED IN KRKXC H
Maybe all ol the guesti couldn't road the
Fn in-h menu but the) all c >i did it
the delicious Fn i ch food Sw and Ed
Guthmann had French d nmr it
Ihi : li nn.is an also in,is an invited rui -t that night, Al Bakst
and his wife Joan How i ing it nn... .;
have been if the dinner had bean flop :t
m shnpl) delicious N\ith mu M iffed
with snails ,1, the bora d' oeurvi i kin.....f
gourmet French dishes and .>f course ehooo-
lati mous.se a different wine was -riAed n. i.i
each course, Tables were for ten with eet'-
pieces ol multi col "-i carnations and i
gold candles Butterflies attached to the p]
card-s looked as if they nn-: g ng to
right off of the white lac oN.r the gr. en
clothe,1 tables. Music -t u-t.-d with dinner and
continued throughout the evening Not only
the band- pi.iymg nn.is g.>-l i : th sJn nn as tup r.
Among the guastl nn. re Mr nc: Mrs. Fr--d
Perbnan, Mr and Mrs Alee Root: fekt Mr.
and Mrs l : i,> I .!f Mr and Mrs. JohR
Pandolphe, Mr and Mrs Rubeti Ko*ihnur>r.
Mr ind Mis Stanlej Tare, Dr and Mrs.
I n ird Haimea Mr and Mrs Marvin Hal
It and Mrs Mickej Weinkla "V- nd 9t**.
Dr. and M Ft
Mr and Mis Ben F.-h. r Mm .'.in.
nn. Mrs. All
Mrs. Don a Id B i rn "
Men's Social Club Slates Installation
Judge Moi i n will be
president
rowen Men's Social C

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\ Cafe Ro ol the Carl
Hoti I.
Installing ol I ffai
v, ill u Judge Milt m A l' In u
M UViner. honorary pn -i-
nt. will acl
mor.ii s.
Othei officers to \- installed In-
clud<
ner, Charles Weinbergi i and \
Ing, \ ice presi k nts; Julius
Lessins. financial secretary; Mil-
ton Mishkin. recording secretary;
Harry Coster, treasurer; Harry
Glassman -. pgi ant at arms; Abra-
ham Chalmer. flag bearer, and
Abraham Chcckman, chairman of
the board of directors.
Board members are William
Barnett, Nathan Muxl aum, Allan
Caiman H Sol ('apian, Harry A
Cohn, Abraham Kdelman. Abra-
ham Greenblath, William Gor-
finkle, Frank Kaminsky. Joshua
Lit berman, Bernard Lifton, Robert
Utt, Samuel I. Miller, Herbert
Phillips. Max Potlkoff, Isadore
Resnlck Joseph Rots, Sam Ruden-
Ih'il;. William Smith. David Why-
Islander ORT Chapter
The regular luncbaon meeting
i the Islander chapter of Wom-
en's American OKT will be hkl
m the Conference Room ol Harbor
House South at 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day. A biK)k review by Sophie
Primak will I i In the
am
Mis Leslie Perlman Is in cha
>l n tei vatioi
Ait us a

CEMETERY PLOT
4 GRAVES
Vr, Drsirobl location
VI NfBC
leu Then Current Price.
Phone 271 5983 otter 7 p.m.
CANTOR BARITONE
RABBI BAAL KOREH
HEBREW TEACHER
seeks synagogue or hotel for Pass-
over, Sakbcth or yearly position.
Call 865 806.
> YOU UASf A B9A NO
NiW AlBCONDITIONfD 1969
IMPtRIAl K>* fMAT COUID
Bt AS tlTTlf AS SIOO 00 A
MONTH (er im ,,a- par..
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For Ap>o CoS Mt\t A'tvtv
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1 Dodo 9441341
OFF MEDICARE?
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ONI IN RN S NOMC
P4RSOMAL ATTENTKMt.
CAU 681 1308
COOLING
PROBLEMS?
24 HOUR SERVICE
ALL MAKES
238-0310
ALLIED AIR
CONDITIONING
lSflflHSfco-
StlNMI WIMl*
MTMsflTt*
Wonted
EXPERIENCED
WATERFRONT MAN
Family Accommodated
or well estasliskod Coos Camp
in N.L Ponnsylvanio Pocono Mr*.)
I.cellent Salary 531 9046
JUST WHAT THE
DOCTORS ORDERED!
MDIC*l ASSISTANT and
MEOKAl SICRITARY COURSES
ADELPHI SCHOOLS
Caklos
4444878
N. Miom.
7S77623
CALL YOUR
Handyman
"IRISH IT
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
MOW YOUR LAWN
CLEAN YOU* ATTIC
OR OARAGE
WASH WINDOV/S
ETC., ETC, ETC.
CREW Of 3
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uv February 7. 1969
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Paae 13-B
fesher Due For CJA Labor Zionist Event
Pthek K onomial will .* !:u.-t the Tel Avh School of Law bi I
. i ii... n-'-ti h*-it'>iitni. '* s'Miai soicntisi soivine a< a ..
at ii .if 1-aiD.uui- KconoroJes. He* is touring America,
I: >nisl nference to be consultant in Human Relations to recruiting young men and women
Dr. Neshei participate in a Peace Corps-
stall type program for Israel.
i :'.:..' chairman ol
11 .i ..i- Zionist division "f the
Appeal '. o will briei the pn
I on the cum nt cril i tuatioi
the "' Easl
Tie K.,:iiikI Later 2iur.-%, *.. f **, prdferAl wUI feal
also hoar Rabbi Irving Leam i fl*. Ii .
spiritual Ii ad< i ol Ti ; U I
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of the Combini .1 Jewish .
fsra ,n.-y Fund. '1 '"' ^"-^''" In-.tit.it.
El, and Zei Baumgold .>f the New Yard, ii I Mrs Pessi'
OR. MltH HiSHi*
bi Shapiro Is Honored
iboi Max Shapiro iil hon*
b> Beth Kod sh Congrega-
at 8:15 p.m. Friday on the
ti.....t the beginning of his
I: >. ar a> ipiritual leader.
*tr. and Mrs. Aaron I. Golden.
'415 Byron Ave.. Miami Beach
will celebrate their 56th wed-
unq anniversity. and Mr. Gol
im's 81st b.rthdny on Febru-
Tt[ 22 The Goldens came to
in Temple Menorch and
iB'iith. Joitiing in the cele-
will be their children,
children and great grand
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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
Unl.ke many restaurants, when we sav AM Y_> Z* e To ft ': */EAN
i a,.- don't restrict you to iut one "-
for EVERY ITEM on our huge SmorgasLo.d tab- EVERY DAY! O.' d nne-s
feature ROAST BEEF, FRIED CMiCKEN. and SAfcJ SH VEATBAUS DAILY -
SIZZLING TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS on Saturdays a spectacular Seafood Feast
on Fridays family favorites all day Sunday some new Gourmet d sh
every time you come in! And remembe*. you can go up to our Smorgasbord
table as many times as you w.sh WE NEVER KEEP SCORE1"
S225
Dinner served dally 4 30 9 Sunday 11 30 V
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY. 238-8852
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
2CCBCXmXCS
COCKTAILS
BAKERY
GIFT SHOP
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ivr Genial Natf iOf KKAN
# Luncheon
Dinner
Cocktails
O Banquet Facilities
# Forest Lounge
Credit Cards Honored
Ea. Drink and Be Merrie
3601 B.scayne Blvd.
371-2621
Call turly far IJervotioni
CHINA EXPRESS
1800 NX 163rd STREET NOtTM MIAMI BEACH
AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD
Eat In Or Take Out
FAST, FREE DELIVERY
Phone 947-3515
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
On U.S. I one hall mi lr south
of Gu/fffeom Race Track
Ph. HOLLYWOOD
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FRITZ & SHIRLEY'S
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
14S1 Collins Avenue Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT ir FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL It III II IS O SPANISH RESTAURAN1
Saacia.tr of fhr Mows* "PAELLA VAIENCIANA"
Oaen 11:30 AM. Til 11 P.M. Daily
12322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
4^ upper Crlub
IN MORTON TOWERS 1500 Bay Rd., MB
Featuring
THE ROMANTIC BALLADS OF
WarL
(Ladtnam
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR 300 GUE
CATERING SERVICE -Call 538-3212

STAR Dairy, Yeg. & Fish Restaurant
E5T. 1843 Under Same Management
Many Additional Improvements in me Menu
> 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182
* TOOTHS <=<
atisa maasxr
LUNCHEON from 85c
ii vid r iom 11 as am
DINNER from $2.35
79th ST. CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH 165 868;
KEY WEST e #1 DUVAL ST. 796 8558
FT. LAUD. 17th ST CAUSEWAY 323-6341
TONY'S FISH MARKET RESTAURANTS
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i mil \ < "i.-i k
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I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
| -i. i~ IIK'IKHV iHVKN ll '
. .1 dentriua '.. nicnc*' In
u 'I. h< flctlti u .in. of
II' pill IPKR1 IRH N K<
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|U \MI 'I. I MICHAEL I.KKK
' I .,7-11
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
jLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 60 0fin
NOTICE OF SUIT
SKPM M \ l:< i; \ hi.I
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INK IJIIISON I
[HLK HI ill IJIIISON In- v '
r*H INK IJIIISON ami
M mii i: Itl tii i ;ms' in
1 i'. ny ISibann
.I'. Prnnl Street or UniU'
I >(in. N- rlh i Una
pu i.r.- HKHKIO NOTIKIEU
.ii-.'! in fnrecloae b' \. nn nl
[m-.i h) JOSEPH MARoi'N, .ui.i
in-: m w ipn o i iii- ("ii'
ri) .ii ii.tii.' County, ri.
it
18 in It'... k ."... -fl'lllSTAMil
UN TO WRKTWOOn UKK
nrdliic !,. iii. rii.i ih.-r...(. r.
d in I'l.i: lt.H.k .7 ... Pace
..f iii. Publli Record" ol l m,Ii
Mil Plot ri i. log! in. i with
Improvi in- -nt- Ihrreopon
Iw.'l. f I..I .u.'aili-.t I'll Rtld 1"ll
lw|Uir..l :.. >.. r\ a .'op\ <>f youi
li.n defense* ii ,uu ..i. ii iRI ;ril
|YtM NO, A Home) for Ihe Plain-
uii..-.' adHreea is 47*. fllltmnrc
. Sun.- IIM), .-..nil liable*, Pln-
and rtli ih. orMrtnaJ with
'.- k ... ii,. above m>i.-,i Court
[t ih.'v, i-.' .. iu'lrni-nl inav be
,l .>r -I v.-il for Ihe rrli.-f rlf-
Ml.-.l in the ...iiipliLiiil ,.f p.'lilion
flTNKSs nn hand and Heal ,.i -. Id
.hi tin ."'ii .I..V ..r Janaao.
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Av I'l.-rl- ..r -. .1 < n
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
L*>F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN Chancehy
No 9-1!>37
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HNNIK IIAMPT4 i.N.
Ralntlff,
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Hi >s IK 11 A.XII TON
IH4 Mmi.i.m. Si i, t-i \ v\
VA .-liiiiKt.'l. !'
[*i IIOSII-: HAMPTON. 11. I.ii'Ih.iI
in rob) n.'i fi.-.i ibal .. iiiii ,i
iirii.iut (or lnvi.r.'i- h.u. l.-.-n (il.-.l
Inel yi-u. and roej fe roiflilred
iM'tn- ., ,op> ( \.ur ,\i. \.-r ..r
kdlna i.i ih.- Mill nl i 'umpli.Inl "H
Plaintiff' Alton..). I II MAY
III" Poflgroaa llulldini;. Mlnnn.
l.i ii m.mI fil- the ,,Mt ...I
k*,i ,,r I'l.'.,.!!! i- in III,- i.lfi.'.- .t
I'l.rk ..( Uii- I'lr.uit i'..ur on or
rr th. 4iti da) nl Marrh "' II
(miI to 'ii bo, ju.Ikmi. nl by ,1. fuuli
I" iik......-..in-i you fol '
-( ii. niiiiiii. .i in th. inn if Com-
mit
'.in-.- .-hull be puiil-lu-il "'i'
.. M I. for ("Ur i.i'..-.ill IV.- MftH'kM
I 1 IIK IK'A ISM Kl l HOI H V.N
k'.nk ami i>IIIH-:KKl) ..i Miami.
|-i.In. tin- L'7th ,|.i> i.f January A l>
"Oy ... if only there was a Doctor to remove
the callouses from our souls!"
C*f. 1961. Onrtiu Ciodgcl'tni
LECAI NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 09 1.'05
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'.1:1: \i.[' 1KVI \l X,
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MKRI.BNR PKVE M \
To MKIU.KNK l'i:'. K.MX
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Vim, mkim.km: lB' v.h X
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plain' fol I I til'-'l
ii il ;i ,u -I i"
f you \ ..... i
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SPAHN, k!U'IT/ .\ IIAIJ-AOIIKK,
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rlnal Aniwi-i I
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i.f Mux. I l< u I In d mi,
juileiv i faun a ill laki n
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Hill of il.mp
Thin hall i'iii'' 'I "" '
f..ur i uilvi
i 111; JKWISH I l.<'l.il-i \n
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Florida .....ii 'lav ot January
Mi
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i r ii 'I'KLwn
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(I Irruil i nrt s. ..i.
skh. c:i;kknsi'\h.n.
KUI 1'inz & <;ai.i.a';iii:k
Am..i ii. \ for Plaintiff
7"4 Alnaloj Bullrhni!
Miami. I-1.ii ida II -'
B) MRI.rVN i.l:l KVSI'MIN.
,t Couneel
ff-U
NOTICE TO DEFENDOR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-173*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' J- ISK II I ULANCU
Phtlntiff,
VEN'KRANtA MIR BRA HI-ANi"0
, |l.f. HlljM
in \ I; N :. 11A v i. \ UIKEHA
ItKXN.ll
lirai ..- .1. I'..
-.uniiio di-i fluayabal
llai ma, i :ui.i
Y IHANi'ii ,,r. hereb) notllud thai a
IIIII ,.r i-..r.plaint for IHvorve has
Ih.ii iil.-d aaatnat you. lind you an-
rnqulrrd t" m- a !> "' >our
Vi,-.'. .,r Pktadlng lo the Hill >(
I'mupUilnl on th. iiui-itlff- Attorney.
Sai\VAKTZ A si HHAltT/.. ,ii Hey
Ih.IiI KuIMIiujT. Mia"", rtorlda 13188
and file im nrifinal Auawer or Plead
nn; in th. office of ih. Klerk <>( Ibe
I'lrcull Court >'ii or before ihe 4th
.lay of Mar.-li. ItM If V'U fall to ri..
. JudjfMenl by di-fault ill be taken
.ik.iinM y.'U for U> mil. f demanded
in Ihe Hill "f '"iiiiri..i"t
Tlil nodec idiall I..- oubliahed om-e
each wwk (or four conaeeutlve weeks
in THK JKWISH KliOKllUAN.
nONH AND ORDJ5RBO -it Miami.
I inn.la. thli ??ih day of January,
AH !.
K II I.KATHKIIMAN,
Clark. I'lrvuit i'ouit.
Iari. flaunt*. H..Hdu
lly ; I' P in H'Kl-,\NI>
i'.pui> Clerk
idr.-uii Court S.-i.l)
S4-HW AHT7. HI IIWAIIT/.
Mil S.\l.|il HulldlllK
Miami. Kl.ill.la 83133
Attorney! for I'Uilntiff
I'31 I/7-M :i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v. .| '. I-; is HKRKHY i M\ i:\
t Ii, undemiK lu-d, ili-MrinR In I
I'l lu-i.n -- u r 111. fn lltlOUK
\.. liar II 1.MIBII CO -t Dadi
County. KUa 11 i .-t. i
aid in.- ith ihi I Ii rk "i thi 'Ii
ii I out I of I >ad. '" ii '. r'loi i.i..
IIK.NJA MIN M M KYKI'.S
Hole Iw ii- i
14-81
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K I.R ITHRJlMAN n-ik
I 'nui I, II...I. I'.'UIH l-'l .1 I l I
It): K M I.I M \ <
luiuii Clerk
Court Aaal)
VYKHH
tr. > HuildlriK
l-l.il .la 11333
I38(
I I. i Plaintiff
i ::i !/7-14-31
NOTICE UNOkM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
] NtiTICK IS IIKKKHV UIVBN that
Ihe uiideraluned, deoirlru| In rncajre In
bualneaa under the fi.-tltii.ue imnu- of
, Jl'I.KS HXKIANIIKH, !< MI'll
I im\ /khk'k. no. NORWOOD
MKIHi'AI. CLINIC at iw N v\ 183rd
Street, Miami. KL-rlda 33181 Intend*
|io relrtater wil.l name with tho Clerk
of Ihe Cir.-uil Court ..( Ii.nl' County,
IT..i ula
l>IL< ii M.l.W'OI'i: VNI'
/.rU>Hi'K I'KiM'KSSt. in vi.
AStM K'lATPiN
KPARHKK AND ROSKIN P \.
\i Inl Ii- \ ^ for
, i.iis oAKI, vmhi: \nm
! KHIHSCK PHI IKKHHIONAL
1 ASSI id 1 'I'll iN
lirvd .
Miami I-I...I.I., 3SI33
1 I II 8/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK I.- HRKK1IY HIVRN "
ihi ii ilernlfrned. deelrlnar to enKaa;i
I'U-n. -- Under th- ft. titmu- in-
KKY ItlSCAVNB HAND PRINT PAH
ith's .ii i:n s \v ii- -' s.......ill
Ploi ida Intendi i 11 l i -. t name
uit'i tii^ Clerk "f ihi i irruit Court
I .!. I'l.U Pk !..
SRHHIN inc an ( ih '... not nn
II) IA3IKS MAIJ INK ITi ld. .t
\n i.i:-- is \i-i.w ,a- ii .ri EH
I lorne) f..r Vi.|ili
I ir.ll S \\ Kir-t Str. l
Miami, I 1. 11 I..
1/10-17 Jl II
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 6< 44
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.-HUM.in KAPLAN HHODSKY,
Plai
\ -
Wll.l.l 1M RROD8KY,
I >. :
Ti> \\ I LI.I \.v RRODSKY
'.,, ..i.i, s,r... t
Hro. s. iv York
Y u. \\ II.I.IAM Bit* '1 'SK V
hereb) notified lhal a IIIII of Com
l fol I : hi I fill 'I
. r. -,-t \'u. and you are i"uiu-' l
.i ii\ nf your \ a .t or
i-i. atlinit to >' Hill l i 'omplii -
i ih.- I'lai-'iilf attorney, ai.iiv
Kl 'KNlil.l'M I lluildma;,
M ami, Plot Id i 131 Ifl .,- il file Ihe
.I siiutl An.wrr or Pleading ni the
' nffl.-e "f Ihe I 'I. i h of Ihi I 'ir. u i i "iin
on <>r in-i n i In loth day of February,
I'..-. :i you fall i do .... ju.lcni.iit by
!'''ii!t uiii t.. taken aieaun.! you for
rellel d< mai d. .1 in Ihe Hill of
mplainl
Tin- notice -hall Pe nvil'it-ii'.t i ..
.-a. h .-. k f..r four consecutive an
in TMK .IKW'ISII KI/iltllH \N.
DONR AMi ..KHK1U>:H at Mi.mn.
Plorida, il.i- L'nri dav ..f Junu.irt A V
184)8
I' 11 I i: vniKHMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Pad. Count) Florida!
Ii>- C P COPBIJINTJ
l i-nuiv Clerk
( hum '"tin s. : i
Al.l.KN KOKNHM'M, B8Q.
M Biai ayne HuildiiiK
Miami, I'iornl.i 1318D
Atu.r-n. > f..r Plaintiff
1/10-17-34-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi'Tli'K IS RRRRHY OIVBN II '
Ihe uttdi r-nin.'il. dealHnK to enc.ice m
bualnaaa under ibe flotltiouM name of
.1 M. RJBN'T a CYCI.K ^i 13900 CqUlim
Av.-nii. Miami Reach, 11.iri.la J3IS4
Miiemls to reejiater -aid name with
Hie Clerk of tlir Circilit '"ourt of Rude
bounty. Klor.la
I.KVA. I/'PKZ. del VALLE, INC.
NKI.Si'.N & KKI.DMA.N
Atlorneyr for
I.I7VA. MtPRZ. del VAIJ.E, INC.
1136 Kan.- 1 'onrnurae
Mhimi 11. a.-h. 1-kTlda 33114
l/10-'7-i al
NOTICtl UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"NOTICK IS HKRKHY CIVRN 'b.it
th.' underaurned, dealrinn lo eniraare In
bualneaa under the (i.-iiti..u^ name of
8-19 CAFETERIA ft RKRTAPRANT
at 18!> S.1V. ih RI Miami. Kla In-
.11.1- to rei-i-i.T aald name uh lha
Clerk of (he cinuit Court of Datte
County, Ktorlda
JOS V CORP,
KCOKNK l.l'.Ml.li'll
Attorn. > lor Ii is \ CORP
?ni W Kiarl' Bl
M1111111 lloii.l.i
1/1" 1 I]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni '! ii 1; l> HRRKH) niVKN 'i
Id. ua.l. i-'i-.....I. .Ii-irini: *..
buNlneaa undi r th,- fi. titlou lUtme >(
\ II M MiMCTISIN'i OJKNCV .1
4 I. n.. Oln Road, Mi.10.. II.- "I. Klo-
n.i.. ii-i.-i.ls lo r.-L-'-l. t hi t ..ni'
with ih" dork of "ii.- Cipi-uil Court
1 11 ii 1 -onniv I"'." 1,1.1
HAIR FAIR, TN'.'
pi da corporation
JOSH RRPHVN
',.r MAN! PAIR. INC.
"" \v .t-lni,i;t"ii \ \ enue
M .mi H' li I'l. ri.l.1
1/10-17-84-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROB
No 8188' C
uai: in in
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Y.u
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RAB lil'IIOM
1' 11 :
1 11 f 1
1 up 1
V Ule.l Seel k 1
luti In fount \
"u- ilmum 1 I '
Ihln alx 111I1
in. 1 |.. ., -
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1." I.iiii-i 1. Miami Hi
12 4 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68. 14557 Balabam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CKKKliiNi .;i iNZ \u:z.
I
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New llruiif el \. \1 I.I-. .
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re hereh) 1
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be. 11 11 .
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V I lie II 1'. 111
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iii.iiii nt b) I.-fault
ar.-i 11
1
Thla notlci ul.ll-h.
li -., k (..I an u
III THK JEWISH Kl OR l| il AN
i-'m: ixii 1 utiiKRi
I '' L'I 111 ill lanu
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Circuit Coun 1 l'
II K \l I YMAN
I'. mi- C|i
icii ult Court rk
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1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV
No 89-098
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. lti:\ BRLY Ri ':i:i: \
I. \>lv V IIAI'i .-' '.
I lain tiff
C A It [.OS mi.'., i:\i-. ..-. 1
I ilai
1' \i:i.< is it it. 1 11 m-' -',
KIT W |0*lh Strei
Ni n V.rk. New \
You, CAUI.i'S .111.1.. RAIHiSi ..-
' reb) ..tit...! ihm 11 Hill ,,( > in
nlalnt for 1 1 1. fill .1
amuiHl you, and you are n
1 -- r\r.....p\ nf \ ur \ i .v > I'l. ail.
Inn t" Ihe Rill ol Cnmnlnl
. Plamui! attorn.> N I-: I A N MU'EET
BSCJ -" Uii, oil Ri., I Mlani I
Plorida ..nil file thi u I
or I'l. adlliK 111 thi nf the I 'lerk
, ol 1 li. 1 'in nit '.-ii- mi -ii
.-ii da) "i Pehruar) 1983 if you
fall to do ko, hi,ii.-in, bj default will
, be laki n niti >- 1 nu foi.......lief
"1. .1 in Ihi Rill f 1 '"iii-il.im-
Tin- ti......hall he pubHihed
.-...li week for four eoniecutlve v...'k-
'111 THK JEWISH FlJDRtPIAN
RONE VNI) (-IIUKREP al Ml
Plorida, thin ITth da) of January
A II I9i."
1: II LEATHERMA.N, 1
Circuit 1 "oui' I -I- 1 '..ii'.n 1
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I m:i.\\ SWEET
I Lincoln Road
Miami Roach, Kl ri..
Vttoi :. Pli ntiff
114-3 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 69-532
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. I.MO HKIt.NKi:
Plaintiff,
va
MARION liERNER
I Iel. n'lallt.
TOP, MARION RRRNKR, real-
I dem-c 2313 w 1 Street, ^l>' 17-K,
{ Hrookh 11. New York. IIS34, re re-
fiuir, ,1 to file youi anawer In 'I.....n-
plain I tor divorce aitb thi rk of
the above court and ->i\. .. -i.v
I thereol Won, HERMAN COHEN,
' l-'.si.i 1319 11 Conffrexa HI.Ik Miami,
l-lori.la on or before Pohruar) '"
IftU!" or .1.....,111111111111 Will I-
.....iif' .1
DATED January 10th,
R II I.r VTHERM \
1 -|. k of ihe Circuit '',., 1
U) 1 .1 NKIJto.N
Hi I'll' ) 1 'lerk
1/11 34-31 :
1
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Mi. und. '--.iin .1 .I.-.M ug to
l'ii-ni. under Ihe flciltlou 1
RICH MtD ROM) RANCHES ..1 .'. II
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. .i- 11. 1. 1.- < a "I ni' wllh
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IRVI no f YPia 1 \u -ii 'fi i:s
\ t tot 11. > for
III i:t.i\ i'NTKi:i'i.'isr.s INC.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C I K'
IN AND FOR Ll^Ub. COLNTY.
FLORID-
NOT.Cf Oi SUIT
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No 69 1192
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIN'CRNRI 1 |_i.|(i ...-A
Plain 1 nf.
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Ilrookl)ii v. York 131.'
You, .ii LIE LaltlMV \. an her.
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