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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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February 21, 1969

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 21, 1969

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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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University of Florida
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"eJewish Floiridian
Volume 42
Number 8
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, February 21, 1969
Three Sections Price l'~
CJA Drive Leads Nation In Early Pledges
1 1 Mllllill'...! I...; I- 1
The i peal-Israel Emergency Fund of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
*< tting the best pace of any com-
munity in the nation, this wet k
smaabad (be S2.ooo.noo mark in
preparation for the Initial Gifts
Dinner which was to be held
Thursday night at Temple Israel.
Announcement of the record-
shattering figure, representing an
rease ol more than 60 percent
CJA gifts and more than 70 per-
nt in IEF donations among ad-
vance gift contributors and those
ovi n d in campaign meetings hi Id
to date, was mad. by Robert Rus-
w li. w ''' ra an ol the twin
di i\c.
'We are off to a flying start
towards oui goal of S2.472.118 tor
the ("JA and en unlimited total for
the Israel Emergency Fund." .Mr.
. Russell ass i ted, "but the total
effort of the entire Jewish popula-
1 tion will i> n 'i'ii' d to maintain
this i reentage Increase."
Principal speaker at Thursday
night's dinner was t<> in- Gover-
nor Frank UcM of Rhode Is-
laml. that state's lirst .Jew ish
chief executive and the only Jew
elected governor in the 1968
general elect ions.
"Our speakers this year have
l* n the ii, os t distinguished in
Federation history," Pacesetters
chairmen Leonard Rosen and Sid-
ney Lefcourt not. d. "We have had
such personalities as Vice Presi-
de nt Hubei t II. Humphrey and
Sen. Edmund Muskie, Virginia
Ciaham and a galaxy of Israeli
leaders, and the community has
responded as never before in a
n gulai di ive. With the nthusi-
asm displayed, we can again reach
the levels established during the
IEF drive hi Id during and Immedi-
lately alter the Six Day Wai "
Working as a team for Thurs-
day's dinner w, i Eli Timoner,
Herb Paigi and Shepard Broad,
Special Gifts cochairmen, and Leo
Eisenatein, Norton Pall.it and Mil-
tun Weiss, i, adi is ui the initial
, Gifts di\ ision.
"Increasi s have he. n at the
same high Ii vcl uniformly through-
out the drive," Mr. Eisensti in
ti d. "(ur high rise buildings are
re| .ii ting in w .;m anyw here ;: >m
!."> to 200 p, i, ,hi more t!i.,.. .,
.ear ago. The women's divisio
in tiering ail standards at evi ry
meeting, and the trades, industries
Mid proft ssi n an establishii _;
:.. new figures."
Eai I. 1969 results being tabu-
i at I nited Jewish Ap
n. adquarters in New York si o t
the country as a whole also nm-
i. wi II all' a.I ..I last yi ;ir "b it
thci. ;- no other citj qualin^ '.r
Continued on Page 5-A
Nixon Urged
To Honor
Arms Pledge
NEW YORK (JTA1 The
rlcan Jewish Congn ss put
Pn sidi nt Nixon on notice this
M k that it expects him to stand
ay his campaign assertiona that Is-
rael's military strength would l
kept at a level to deter aggression
Ind that the United States would
ial directly with Kussia to make
lure its "client states" arc kept in
check."
Addressing a rally dealing with
Israel's defense. AJCongrcss pres-
ident Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld ol
Cleveland told 1.000 members that
Jewry counted on Mr. Nixon's
Jtiuicnship to prevent "Israel's be-
ing sold Into extinction or attrition
by international wheeling and
dialing." The rally voted a resolu-
tion voicing confidence that Mr.
Nixon would reject efforts by
"outsiders" to impute a Mideast
prace not accepted by Israel and
the Arabs in direct negotiations.
Both Rabbi Lelyveld and Dr.
Joachim Prinz of Newark. N.J..
IrVorld Jewish Congress governing
Council chairman, decried as dan-
gerous to Mideast peace the "illii-
-Sjion" that a Mideast war was on
the verge of breaking out Rabbi
\a lyveld said a "manufactured
Iriood of hysteria" would enable
Ihe Kremlin to achieve through
as. m. nt a settlement at the
Centlnwsd en Pan* 3 A
ON ISRAEL SOa
First Russian Rockets
Are Used By Terrorists
KAMI AK1HUK LI 1 rVf10
TEL AVIV (JTAI The Soviet-
made Katyusha rocket-launcher, a
highly mobile deadly weapon,
figured in widespread attacks on
Israeli civilian settlements over
the weekend. Maj. Gen. I'haim
Bar-Lev, Chiel of Staff of Israel's
armed forces, visited the new im-
DAY AN APPEALS EOR UNITY
EshkoTs Government
Weathers A Crisis
migrant township of Mitzpah Ra
mini deep in the Negev. which was
the target Friday .>i the first Ka-
tyusha rocket attack launched
from Israeli soil. Hitherto Aral,
marauders have tired the rocket
from behind the cease-fire lines.
\iaii saboteurs fired Katyusha
rockets at Israel's Timnah copper
; mines but caused neither casual-
ties nor damage
Rocket and mortar fire from
Jordan hit four settlements in the
i Bcisan Valley area Kfar Ruppln,
' Kinncret. Poria and Deganya Beth.
In the latter, the regional council
scrctary Hilltl Kimche suffer..!
a fatal heart seizure as a result of
TKL AVIV iJTAi Premier
Levi Kshk alition emerged this week from
the crisis of a threatened pull.nit
bv its second largest member, the
Gahal H. rut Liberal alignment.
aiter an unprecedi nted appeal
from Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan to a Join! meeting of the
central commit to s of the two
alignment parties.
After Gin. Dayan urged the
alignment leaders to stay in the
coalition and avert "a tremendous
blow to Israel's capacity to face
ZURICH ATTACK DEPLORED
Religious Leaders Urged
To Condemn Terrorism
Religions leaden of ail faiths
eluding Christians and Moslems
were urged this week "to react
arply and quickly to outrageous
ts ol terror committed in the
me of 'Arab liberation move-
cnts' with murder as the prime
tjective."
Tin slat. m. nt condemning le-
nt acts of Arab terror, the latest
I which was the attack on an El
I plane in Zurich, was issued by
h. .I. legation ol four Miami area
al.lns who returned this week
om an intensive survey of condi-
ns in Israel.
The delegation included: Rabbi
atamuel /.. Jaffe, Temple Beth El,
ollywood, who is president of the
abbimcal Associuti ai ol ("iieatcr
Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
tii i.l Conam gation, Ml imi, i \-
f..
t>.
ecutive rice president of the Asso-
ciation: Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/.
Temple Menorah, Miami Beach;
and Rabbi Morris Kipper, Temple
Judi a, Coral Gables,
Noting that the latest attack in
Zurich showed that the terrorists
would not hesitate to resort to
"mass killing of innocent people"
to accomplish their objectives, the
rabbis said that it was "the clear
.h'tv of reli-'ious leaders of .ill
faiths, including Christians and
Moslems, to sharply condemn such
indiscriminate attempts at mur-
der."
The delegation members said
that "H-e pursuit .>! terror" on the
part of the Arab guerrillas was "in
sharp contrast" to the "sincere
quest for peace that we found in
out in. t ings it 'i Isi a. ii |. ,idi i
grave challenges." the party offi-
cials voted kw to 33 to remain in
the coalition.
The issue ui> an apparent
rendliies. by I'remier Kshkol.
stated in an interview with
Netvi>iv--k magazine, to I'onttid-
er us necotuil.l. the future -tat
ii-. ..( most nl the iM'eii|ueil Arab
territorim.
For Menachein Beigin, leader of
the rigbtwlng Herut. and Joseph
the Gahal faction, the lo|isided
vote did not settle everything. At
a prtss conference after the vot-
ing, they said that while only .13
Gahal members favored quitting
the coalition, "they included lead-
trs of the first rank." Among
them were Deputy Knesset shak-
er Ben Klic/er. Knesset Member
Cbaim Landau, Dr. Yohanan Bed-
.r. chairman ol the Gahal faction
from HfTUt and Liberal Knesset
members Jos.i Serlin and J Zim-
in. rman.
Gen. Dayan was warmly wel-
comed in ins unique appeal tor
national units. Another highlight
was an address from Beigin, who
urg. d his followers not to force a
breakdown of the unity aspect of
the coalition, which would not
have been endangered by the pro-
jected piillout, since it would still
maintain a majority in the 120-
tnember Knesset .
Earlier in the week, the Knesset
rejected by .. vote ol 74 to five,
with seven abstentions, a no-
.mill.1. nee motion o\er the News-
week Interview. Gahal seized on I
the Prime Minister's purported re-
mark .v a d-i.ut" to the Arabs.
he rxplosions In Pi ria, a woman
.vas injun d bj shell splinters. A
i. w largi i rocket launcher was
us.d the 240-millimeter Katj
-ha. I'm \ iously, 133-millimi ti r
Kat ushas w ere fin .1
Mitzpah Ramon, with a popula-
tion ol 3,000 lies some 70 mil. s
south ol Beersheba and less than
10 miles from the Jordanian bol-
der The rocket attack caused lit-
tle damage, but Israeli Army units
were investigating how marauders
j uianagcd to ross the bonier, pene-
' Irate Israeli soil to a point less
than 10 miles from the village,
Continued on Pago 3-A
Israel Protests To UN
Over New Suez Attacks
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
Israel protested here this week
against a resumption of shooting
attacks by Egyptians across the
Suez Canal cease fire line and
charged that Egypt had "come out
openly in full support" ol Arab
guerrilla operations.
The concern of Israel was spell-
ed out in two letters to the Feb-
ruary president of the Security
Council. Andre Berard of France.
from Israel Ambassador Yoscf Te-
koah. The envoy charged that
Egypt, Jordan and Syria were pro-
viding training anas, instructors
and Soviet-supplied weapons to the
terrorists. The envoy said that
Egyptian troops had fired repeat-
edly on Israeli forces on the Sue/
Canal east hank since Feb. 5 and '
that IS mines wire discovered in
one day this week at points along
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was endangering security and un-
dei mining Mideast peace effort-;
\iiil.a-va reparta by l.t. Oea. Odd Bull.
chiel ol fir I ..\. i-emte-firc oh-
servattaa team, which Tckoah
said tasttflesl to tlie "total re-
straint" of Israeli lorccs in the
lace ot the shootings. He said
the snipinc mining and ineur-
sfssa into Sinai h> Arab terror-
ists followed "warlike decUnt-
lions" let Kcyptiun President
Ninwr in which Nasser stressed
t'.U> I'ti.oi intentions to pursue
terrorist laities .....l approved
to. inn., rejection tit the Secur-
ity ( ouncil's Nov. I!MS7 resolu-
tion lor ini.i. ,.-i peace.
In a related development, the
Israeli newspaper Ha,net.' report-
ed in Jt ins.d< m that Nasser had
igtvtd to hai a planned transfer of
1,000 Arab guerrillas from Egypt
to J.M.lan. at Last while I5ig Four
talks on tii< Mul. ast were pend-
ing. King lluss.in s. nt his Prime
Minister to Cairo foi talks with
Nassci in which u was understood
that the top question was the im-
pending transfer .! the 4.000 reg-
ilars from the military arm of the
Palestine Liberation to tlie Jordan
: ,.-t Hank.
Another Cairo meeting was one
hctw.en Jordanian Premier el-
ralhouni and the Arab guerrilla
i. a.i.i Yasii Arafat who announc*
.1. shol 11.. Im lui i the meeting.
Continued on Page 3-A
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Page 2-A
* Unit/ ilrredfr. ?/n
Friday. February 21 1961
Israel Develops Arms
Production Facilities
T wiy iJTAl [srai l Is
Vi lh r !o f-BUfficil
in ns. Ii Is
air parts
foi Fri n. h-buill jots, will soon
tui implel.....inos
w ill ,'cnl ally b lild it-- o n fight-
er planes ol excl ish elj Isi .i> Ii
jn, according to reports bj
n.ililarx -industrial leaders.
The progress ol Israi I's ai ms
Industry, hitherto veiled in Becre-
serj in hat was seen
tempt in allay public feai s
that the countrj, might \- left
hi -' and drj bj France's eml a
llitarj equipmei I and aii -
plai pai Is to Israel. The
backboni ol Israel's Air Force lias
i i e French Mirage and other
Y: rich transport and trainer air-
l- ai I's alrcrafl Industry has
adapted rapidly i<> make up for the
kiss ol France as a source of spare
offii ials said. Production
schedules have been agreed ii|x>n
bj d< fi use officials and Industry
leaders, li" are convinced that
thi n plants i an assume the added
burdens without restricting pro-
duction for export or stowing the
ic \i loflmcnl <>f prototype commer-
. and military aircraft of Israeli
ill SI. 11.
The !": inco-Ii
l ilant at B< n sin m< sh, n< ai Jeru-
salem, will start production <>!
is month and will he
turn- plete turbo-prop
ai d i' i engines for military and 11-
vilian planes within a few years,
in Aharon Nachshon,
plant director The Beit Shemesh
works is a subsidiary "> the Turbo
meca engine plain in France. Is-
rael's largest aircraft pans maim-,
facturer, employing 300 workers.
ol u hom were trained in ;
France, it is owned by the French- I
Jewish industrialist Joseph Shid-1
lovsky. Engines for the French
Fouga Magister jet trainer, the
British-made Handley-Page exefu-j
live aircraft and the Nord 262
transport will i* built then'.
Another firm, Israel Aircraft
Industries Ltd., ls already assem-
bling foreign-built aircraft and is
,ii veloping the Arav, a locally de-
signed STOL 'shoii-take-tiff-and-
landingj jei fen-civilian use. Israeli
engineers i>ian to evolve this into
the first all-Israeli jet fighter
plane.
Yitzhak Ironl, director-general
of the Dcf. nse Ministry's military
industries department said in a
television lnteview that local In-
dustries are also producing all
types of guns and ammunition now-
used by the Air Force which un-
til recently were imported from
France, He said military aircraft
parts such as fuel tanks, bomb
bays and rocket-holders are all
being manufactured locally, as are
tank guns and ammunition. Ac-
cording to Mr. Ironi, Israel's mili-
tary industries rue | reducing more
than the country's armed forces
require and the surplus is export-
id. As a matter ol fact," he said.
"France was one of our customers
T-d we have nut vt declared a
counter-embargo."
Financier William Rosenwald
was in Miami Beach this week
ior intensive campaigning on
behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater New York
among Now Yorkers currently
v .n South Florida.
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JERUSALEM'S SAKE I SHALL
NOT REST Isaiah
Strengthen Israel with Israel
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CJA.
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And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
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Friday. February 21, 1969
+Jmfydh Hcridli&n
Paqe 3-A
Nixon Urged
To Honor
Arms Pledge
Continued from P*g 1-A
xp : -; ol ftxsM l' security. I>r
Prim called for a U S. policj thai
demanda an end to terrorism and
the Arab refusal to recognize Is-
rael, ami calls for a negotiated and
"mutually respected relationship
of peaceful co-existence and co-
operation.''
Mayor John V. Lindsay of New
York City declared that the United
Nations must end its "double
standard" in its treatment ol li
ra< and the Arabs. He said Israel
is the potential victim of interna-
tional "conduct which threatens to
leave it helpless before renewed
:> tsion." The l' s he stressed,
must n Ins.- "to permit Israel t i
become a victim ol superior mili-
tary might." Father Kdward
Flannery, executive secretary for
Catholic-Jewish relations of the
National Conference of Catholic
' isho -. declared, "Israel's exist-
ence .. must !> preserved and
guaranteed Israel must be accord-
ed all means necessary for a vig-
orous economic life." It must not
"be a victim of terrorism, guerrilla
warfare, border raids and inflam-
atory propaganda," he said.
Terrorists
Use First
Huss Rockets
Continued From Page 1-A
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oi the highest honors accorded by
Conser\ative Judaism whin Mrs
Samuel Friedland <>i Hollywood
and Leonard Rosen ol Hay Harbor
Islands will lx' presented the Na-
tional Community Service Award
of The Jewi,h Theological Semi-
nary of America on Thursday. Feb.
2~. at the Diplomat Hotel. Holly-
wood.
Presentation of the bronze
plaque award to Mrs. Friedland
and Mr. Rosen will be made by
Dr. Ixniis Finkelstein. Chancellor
of the S.T-year-old academy of
learning. The award is presented
on s|>ccial occasions to a limited
number of outstanding laymen in
the United States and Canada in
recognition of their "dedication to
the hifih principle of Judaism and
exemplary leadership in thi' en-
deavor to enrich the spiritual life
of the community."
Mrs. Friedland has been a vital
force in the Temple Kmanu-KI Sis-
terhood for many years and has
also served the Miami Beach and
Hollywood communities with her
many activities and benefactions.
She has been active in the lead-
Israel Protests To UN
Over New Suez Attacks
Continued from Pag* 1-A
I hat French anil Dutch volunteers
had joined In- forces In fight Is-
i ael.
Meanwhile a Beirut newspaper
confirmed Israeli Intelligence re-
ports of a concentration of guer-
rilla unit-, in southern l.el.mrse
mountains, which the Lebanese
Government had denounced as
false. The English-language daily
Star s.nci Palestinian guerrillas
(nun Syria were hiding in raves
on the s|,,|m-s ut Mount 11 n n.ni
and that it whiiIiI t.iU- "several
iimt.s.iH'!" troops to rout them
out. Earlier Israeli tecurlt) offl-
ci.iU iHiu'luM-d lighter measures
along the :.am- border he-
. i. uris thai 500 raiders
were 11 in .in r'I'll near the
net Hi Isr.u li. Sj ri.'ii
and l hordi rs.

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Harold leeman fRA President
Ha: i ill. /- "! 1 (IS-
t 'ai> tei iai I u I ei n ii augu-
rati 'i ..- ; n sick f thi Greater
Miami Chapti r ol the Florida R
ant Association, succeeding
r. T Pi i j Ai liw in Florida's
food Ind istry for .'.i > ais Mr.
Zceman served as president of the
statewidi organization last year
with 1C6 in the Kcyptian sector.
37 in thi Syrian lTRion. 35 near
I^hanon and 130 in the Gaza
Strip, Israel puts its losses for the
|period at 234 soldiers and 47 civil-
ians killed. 765 soldiers and 330
civilians wounded. The state lost
nearly 800 mt n during the Arab-
Israel war of 1967.
ing councils of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, the United Jewish Appeal,
and a score "i other worthy hu-
manitarian causes. Together with
her husband who i~ a member ol
the Seminary's Board ol Overseen
and Committe* for the Greater
inary, she has in Iped further
many facets ol the educational
programs at the Seminary.
Widely-known for lus leadership
in the business community. Mr.
Rosen has earned hiuh esteem for
his many civic, communal, and re-
ligious endeavors. He is president
of Temple Menorah, chairman of
tin Hoard of the Hebrew Academy
oi Greater Miami, and has been a
leader in the campaigns ol many
organizations in the Miami com-
munity. He is also a member of
the Board of < rverscers ol the Sem-
inary.
Principal speakers at the tflth
annual Convocation Dinner will
he I ii it.-.l States Senators Birch
K. Ba\h of I n,l i.ui.i and Kilward
\V. Brooke of Massachusetts.
Other recipients of the National
Community Service Award this
year will be Abraham Borman,
Detroit; Men Domont. Indianapo-
lis; Eugene Lebowitz, Pittsburgh;
i and Nathan Manilow. Chicago.
[Ollie A. Cohen of Brookllne, Mass
'and Miklos Sperling of Indiana|K>-
j lis are serving as dinner cochair-
! men.
In its schools in New Yoik. I.os
Angeles and Jerusalem, The Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica trains rabbis, religious school
teachers, cantors and lay leaders
for the Jewish community. It is
known for its at ion wide programs
on radio and television, including
. the Eteri al Light" series; its
world-famous Library; its Jewish
Musi ,i! and it- Instilute foi
in .ii. is and Social Studii s, a gi
n : ii i,
faiths.
Thi Si inai j i irn nt ly is
lucting a S35.000 lopi
campai] n l< signed to build a
iilii ai>. 1i Mtli rice hall and
room facilities and als i to ex|
its w ni. spri ad sen ices.
Cuban Committee
Schedules Israel
Anniversary Fete
The Hi brew ('uban Commi
of the Greater Miami Jewish f
oration's 1969 Combined Jei h
Appeal Israel Emergency F
campaign has scheduled a dir
for February 23 at the Du;
Plaza Hotel in honor of Isr
21st Anniversary.
Dr. Voel Harromi. an [l
Ambassador and a member ol '
Israel delegation to the United
tions. will be the guest si>eal
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Friday, February 21. 1969
Volume 42 Number 8
3 ADAR 5729
Int'l Bond Conference
To Launch Campaign
The International Inaugural Con-
ference lor Israel Bonds, which opens
in Miami Beach on Thursday, Feb-
ruary 27, is one of the most impor-
tant of these annual gatherings ever
to be held.
It comes at a time when Israel
laces one of the most severe crises
it has ever experienced.
The significance of the conference
is underscored by the participation
of Israel's Deputy Prime Minister,
Yigcl Allon who will be the guest
of honor at the meeting.
General Allon is one of Israel's
most popular and influential leaders
end has, on various occasions, been
mentioned cs a possible successor
to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol.
Genera! Allen was an outstanding
hero of the War of Liberation and
du Six-Day War of 1967, he
-s a leading member t>f the Prime
Muietere M.iitary Advisory Com-
I :h formulated strate .
Today he seives also as Minister of Immi-
grant Absorption, working directly on the task
of creating the economic conditions for the
orption of newcomers, particularly from the
ntries cf the West. Assistance to this effort
v.- :; be a vital aspect of the Israel Bond cam-
paign for 1969.
Economic Strength Is Vital
The events of recent months have made it
adundantly clear that Israel must be prepared
for cny possibility. It must be prepared to meet
foreseeable challenge and one of crucial
elements of that prepardness must be economic
strength the maintenance of a basic econo-
mic structure of great stability and resilience.
For this purpose and for continued and ac-
celerated economic development, Israel bonds
will be decisive. This has been true since the
bond drive began in 1951 and over the years.
Israel bonds have been the major source of
outside funds for development projects.
If Israel has the most rapidly growing
economy of any developing country, if its
economic progress has exceeded the hopes
of even the greatest optimists, a very great
factor has been the flow of more than SI.300 -
000,000 in Israel bond money during the past
18 years.
Defense Needs A Factor
Today, the financial pressures arising from
greatly increased defense needs have compell-
ed Israel to reduce sharply the proportion of its
resources which can be made available for
economic growth. Israel must rely on bonds
for at least half of the total Development budget
of 5333,000 000 for the year.
Israel bond share a dramatic example of
how much American Jewry has figured in every
phase of Israel's existence and nowhere is it
better illustrated than at the annual Inaugural
Conference in Miami Beach.
The purpose of the conference will be to har-
ness this force of Jewish cooperation, which is
as decisive as any military force, to maintain
end strengthen American and Canadian
Jewry's partnership with Israel.
We extend a warm welcome to the leaders
of the Israel Bond drive and to General Allon.
who is such an impressive symbol of Israel's
achievements and aspirations.
Brotherhood, A Week Later
Love us or hate us, but don't ignore us"
was at one time supposed to describe the ap-
proach of the public relations practitioner when :
the art was little more than press agentry with
publicity and attention the ultimate goal at any
price.
In our own day, we like to think that those
engaged in the profession have grown sophisti-
cated enough to appreciate the importance of
civic responsibility in the exercise of their craft.
It came as a grim shock, therefore, when a
recent communication from the promotion di-
lector of WAJA-TV. in an obvious effort to gene-
rate attention to the announced appearance of
the new commander of the American Nazi
Party, attempted to describe the extremist group
as "growing'' and "flourishing" and making
inroads in the nation's colleges and universities.
The timing of the appearance of this ad-
vocate of hate immediately following Brother-
hood Week points up the fact that the annual
message obviously does not always get across
to Key segments of our society.
Controversial interviews are expected to
attract interest but the manner that the tele-
vision station chose to promote the appearance
went far beyond the limits of responsible judg-
ment expected from a communications medium
of its type.
Aside fiom exaggerating the importance of
the extremist qroup, the station's publicity re-
lease included flyers elaborately decorated
with swastikas and quoting the party's pledge
to continue "the heroic, earth-shaking struggle
begun by our Fuehrer, Adolf Hitler."
Accurate disclosure of activities or poten-
tial threats emanating from a particular move-
tint certainly serve to enlighten an unaware
public. But the character and extent of the pro-
motion put out by the station on behalf of the
Nazi leader's appearance is an undisguised
attempt to utilize the very same techniques
used by the organization itself to attract
attention by flaunting the symbols and ideology
of a movement that unleashed on the world the
grea.est holocaust in history.

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JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Genocide And Times
WASHING! \ I i
talking .i' II Prrakioni Nix h
- ii ncnt by wisl
: Btorj
As is always in thai
part of the world, the mi
first Dunns
Nasser's visit
the So> i< t l 'nion
it fa .....
impoi lions were 8
certainly taki Thi first deci-
sion cone* rncd a n > : h
it strength to the i Igj ptian
i >n the Suez Canal < Nas
scr has no in sevei
: all w Ml So\ l< '
linu n to bat) or towci
eluding two ,ii mored di\ i
and equippa >i for
Two isio in- in re-
a new "ai

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... I to pin
through thi Israi defenses .-
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Egypt's Siri'iiiii
This
ally yd i..
k ided to
. table '
scttli liplomat
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All I dfatu
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Vndrei G to 1
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EDWAHD GOHEN
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Neglec
I very time i | h pi
n I think of the is |
social plani rs haw ;ot us into,
1 am so what era cred bj
thought thai things c o u Id be
vv M r s<\ Think of l In etlMfl il
the prccision-cquippi ,i .
were in full control.
Supported by computers which
spew out information faster than
the mind can encompass, with
Instruments which can detect tol-
erances within one-millionths ol
an inch, the men ol scierw i sti
can't gel an automobile i
expn sswaj ramp a ithoul i a s
traffic lieup, li I ,,,
proved to mj satisfaction
thai vi ry m a highway built
- the traffic problem
wives il I can only
eel thai tin- is an
taught in the engine* i Ing schools;
mistakes like th. ,
h .i'i'i n.
Our faith in I
such that we are unal
our ultimate ngulfmenl bj
crete and
we Ik- that th Ir -
- *hi ii w-< want i
' "' i thai knows
ild thai oi I) i
' ition lysti m is th
' traffi
.! in th.
I the automobile, asphall u I
:: has 0
that the first prtncipk ol
lechnetronic lock tj is that i
ted People
thii ne because it
is teehi : i to do so
I lea, science
!- il le to i i
nui i we n -i do so
even i! ii. 5 us all We
know now II al a......st travel
' i the 'i ioi nlj became tt i in
'" t the < xpei s. nf
I Hi'i..1 h needs hen on
earth. <>ti.....hi reasoni why
tl multi-billion wash fuj ABM
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Now mj ... hi
" th Jewish s. .., planning in
..'ii town i thai ol il
laki n on n ,,i the
"wcrau and discarded the
system ol v aim in Juda
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Friday, February 21. 1969
* &$& fkrirfjur
Paqe 5-A
George Jesse) Is Due
For Oholei Porali Fete
ipah in the recent dinner of the local
of the Notional Conference of Christians
lews inclu led (from left1: Edward Swen-
dini chairman; Robert Macht, re-
the Silver Medulion Award; Dr.
; .:y King Stanlord, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami; Mrs. William Baqqs, who
accepted an award on behalf of her late
husband; Sen Fred Harris of Oklahoma,
guest speaker; and Maurice Ferre. who
also the recipient of an awurd.
I GJA Early Gifts Set Record:
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. I il '-lianti." Fodi i <-
-.'. Ian stati Mr. Kaplan pointed <>! tl>at
"\t-ii this \i:ir' |mt|) I i.:11
ffOBfffT BUSSM
J\n\*iv Kalaluin
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if Dad nty. u ili s|M-ak
li Tins i i i .:: .! Hour?'
at SI n. hen 111. i rolti
,i B'rith rtMH'ts
1 > uasi i iwi ra South, 5101
Avc Mi imi i loach.
\ oi the program will l'
^ i .....Marie) Balaban who
v\ -., mipanied bj I" ri
piano.
i 'uti ii t oi the Lodge,
ii..;!'.. { l lawci, will be t
lit of a "This Is Your Life" pn a-
itj ::
Koal rt-ilii inilv the 11 >111111 iri
iM'i'i's ut (In more than in In. .11.
Nat tonal ami overarat acemrlM
Mi|i|inrl. \ the annual Cam-
paign."
Pondueted bj Federation, pen-
t' al planning and fund i ai
d foi the stimated 200 000
Ji in l "a Ii Count} the 1969
< 'JA-II I- providi foi s nli
i- 'in Ji i'. i--ii il
i. ater Mia
; League ol
B'rith.
nitl Nations i'. lunril ol
.ii i- i v. i .1. m ish
iml Childn n's Sei \ ice ol
Gn ilci Miami,
Dt ficits in l >ets of a ich
YM-YVi HA .ii Greal
Mian i VIo ml Sinai I lospital,
\ .i. v ish ii rn -- Amer-
ii ii Jewish Committee, Jewish
VVai Veterans Hillel, Jewish Vo-
cational Scrvici ol Greater Miami
ai 11 < >RT .in partially balanced b)
Mayor Broad
Miami Ji rj is show-
Ii i loping signs hi achiex ins
n.iiui it\. i ur corps ol volunteers
is al an all-l ime ix-ak, vt Ith mi ii e
than 850 persona solicitinR firms
i Is for theii CJA-IKF
_ ifi s Mi Rosi n point) d out.
Mr. 1.1.unit said thai with
. additional gifts expected al
the initial Gifts dinner, the 1969
campaiKi "will be off to the best
stait m our history, and we should
in able in reach our campaign tar-
in thi |n riod sol askli for the
-t intensive fund-raising drive
i.i the histon ol Gn at< M
George Js nterl
lucer.
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i will b> i. t bi Ji '- VI S
er. s| lit Itual l< adi i ol Mounl Sit ii
JewiK Centet in Sew York 'it>
Rabbi Singer, a former vice presi-
dent I iabbinit a Count il "I
America, had also served in a pul-
pit in Maiden. Mass and was a
formot chaplain ol the Ma
- its Stal Pi ison.
Sherwit Staiihet ,-i Mian
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Rabbi Max A Lipachltz, ipiritual
la a lei ( Ii--th Torah Congrega-
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chairman. Resid-nee arwi High Rise
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Friday. February 21. 1969
-Jewlsti ncrMian
Page 7-A
CJA Residence Units' Pledges
I Top 1968 Campaign Results

Tin ',-tai Towen 1909 Corn-
1 i Jewish Appeal-Israel Kim r-
F ind < Committee of the
lei Miami Jewish Federation,
i( I orted that the unit's annual
on be hall <>i the Jolnl
i pledges in ex-
-ii percent over 196K.
Ben i --I'll, i hairman of th>- Res-
i lence and High Rise Division.
i : ... di 'l the ('" istal Towei -
C'onin ittee foi ihi lr efforts in
making the Coastal Towen lead-
er in i division.
Thi Coastal Towers CJA IEF
Con itte inclu les Samuel J.
Gluck chairman: Mrs Herman P,
Felnberg, cochairman; Theodore
i;. i ; si treasurer; Mrs Sol Kaye.
strretary: and Mr. am) Mrs. Mur-
ray Abramson, Mr, and Mrs Rube
a ||er '.'is Theodore Berman, Mr.
an l Mrs Adolph Fngel, Mrs Mai -
i i Epstein, Mr Herman P. Fein-
\- rg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feld-
h< im. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs.
Samuel Gluck, Mr. anil Mrs. Hi-
ram Goldstein, Mr and Mrs. Louis
< ktodman.
Ahn Mr Sol Kaye. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Klmball. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kimball, Mr. ami Mrs. Mau-
rice Kraut, Mr. Robert Krimman,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Levey, Mr and
Mrs Max S. Levine, Mr. and Mrs.
Moni.- Margolin, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Pearl, Mrs. Abraham Pol-
lack. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon.
.Mrs. Lfcura WVrnick and Mr. and
Mrs. In iiiK Zabin.
\KH HORIZONS
Mon lan '.> percent of the r. s-
identt t the New Horizons Con-
domii lum have responded to the
CJA- II F campaign, according to
Mr- ( ,arioti< t*tn\ coordinating
chaim i n for the New Horizons
Dora] Open To
Benefit Local
(lancer Society
I > Hal pi '
; \, r I ii
Doral <-i
: in
I J
. f
In M < intrj
i
tout
is fo L'.S Sol
i \ S
Leonard Aboss. 1
( ',
ir's 1
i
CJA IEF Committee.
Mrs, Fine bbm uv committee Is
seeking a 100 percent effort from
all residents
BAY TERRACE
K- sklents of Bay Ti i race hold
Its annual "Coffee and Danish"
meeting on behall ol the CJA-IKF
campaign, resulting in a no per-
cent increase In pli dgi b from those
who attended.
Harry Kimball,
Greater Miami
lion's Speakers
tin group on th<-
chairman ol the
Jew ish l-'i'di i i -
Bureau, In left i
current crisis in
the Middle last and the needs of
the Federation's nine local agen-
cies.
HOITHOATE TOWERS
Mrs LeRoy Wiener, a member
of Israel's Defense Forces, ad-
dressed the Southgate Towers an-
nual breakfast, which was held in
behalf of the cja-IKF campaign.
The largest attendance in the
history of SoUthgate'S drive for
the CJA-IEF, responded with a 90
percent Increase in giving over
The Southgate Towers Commit-
tee is now calling on the building
residents who were unable to at-
tend the breakfast.
Mr H Jack Chasin. the coordin-
ator for the building drive, said
that he is lixiking for a 100 per-
cent participation from a" South-
gate Towi i- n sidents in the CJA-
IKF campaign.
LANCELOT HALL
R sidents <>' Lane I >l Hall "ill
< Bi h on Sundaj al 11
in Lai >l Hall Card Room,
on behall ol the CJA-IEF cam-
i aign.
B n I Isson, chairman ol Resi-
dence and High Rise Division, will
be tin guesl speak r.
Herman J. Nudelman, chairman,
Lancelot Hall CJA-IEF Commit-
tee announced formation ol his
full committee, which includes
Louis Auerbach, Nathan Bertie,
Joseph Cohen, Herman Ehrlich,
Max Kellman, Jay Milin, Louis
Rosenberg, Harrj Rosenbluth, s>i-
van Shavits and Louis Weber,
OCTAGON TOWERS
Residents ol Octagon Towers
iii attend a bn-aktast on Sunday,
March 2nd. in the Social Hall, on
behalf of the CJA-IEF campaign.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Podel.
1 s|Minsnrs of the breakfast, have
announced that Mrs. LeRoy Wie-
ner, member of Israel's Defense
Forces, will Im- the guest s[>caker.
Emanuel Marks, chairman ol
the Octagon Towers CJA-IKF
Committee, said that this will be
lust such meeting to bo held
i** i im 1 sail ^Vel am Sy'l^B^ai

Leaders of the Bay Terrace 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund Committee at annual fund-raising
meeting, are (from left), Leonard Mandel, cochairman;
Harry Kimball. chairman. Speakers Bureau. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; David Emmer and Edward Schuchman.
cochairman.
the
In
the Octagon Towers.
J. George Kofman, chairman of the Camelot Hall Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Committee, showing
the results of an annual brunch which resulted in more
than 100 percent increase in giving over 1968. Shown (from
left) are: Aaron Korenvaes. associate chairman; Mr. Kof-
man; Philip Kessler. associate chairman; and A. Max Axel-
rod, associate chairman.
LON00N
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FROM MAXWELL HOUSE* COFFEE TRIP FOR 2 TO
TEL
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I
1969
CHEVY il
s1999!
OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES RULES
ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
I.Use tntry blank or write your nama and address
clearly on a plain piece ot paper 3"x 5".
1. Encloie your entry with any of the following: The
pictu-e of tne cue snipped from tna plastic lid on any
can ol Maiwell House Colte*. Or just snip from the plain
blue plastic Id on Electra Perk Or the Inner leal from
any jar ol Instant Maiwell House. Or lust the words
maxwell HOUSE punted in plain block letters on a plain
piece of paper 3" 5'.
3. Mail to MAXWELL HOUSE COFFIE. P.O. Ml 44M
Curd Central Station
New >-> New York 10017
4. You may enter as often as you wish, but each entry
must be mailed In a separate envelope.
I. All entries must be postmarked not later than mid-
night, March 28, 1969 and received not later than April 4,
1969.
I. Winner of prize described below will be selected by
blindfold draw'ng on April 7, 1969 and will be promptly
notified by mail. Pme is transferable but not redeem,
able (or cash, and must be redeemed within one year ot
above date.
7. The prite consists of 2 round trip fares from New
York to Israel via Pan American Airways with stopover
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the Hotel Intercontinental Jerusalem, and Iree use of
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other epenses not included.
I. Sweepstakes is open to residents of the States of the
United States encept residents ol Ohio and Wisconsin
and employees ol General Foods Coiporation or any of
Its subsidiaries, its advertising agencies, the Judging
staff, and their families. Residents ot Missouii should
disregard Rule 2.
t. Any liability for federal, state and local taxes will be
the responsibility of the winner.
10. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY



rage 8 A
>*?#'*# ritrift n
Friday, February 21, 1969
Bernard Mandelbaum
Is Emanu-El Speaker



!'. rnarti Ma pres-
m ol Tl
Speak
G pod Man"
5 i U s.
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I
Ner Tamid Men's Club
-
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i i .i li
.- : n en tai
I spiritual
Term Email i-I I. Perry
Kayi ol Ihe <
ird, is
s 11< t of th> Ti n
pro
g] am.
ine of Ann ri-
S
ly of tl
iders
Pel Assi ment
;
iati 'i. \\ ith I t Louis Finkol-
irj Chano llor, i; I
f th I: stitute !oi Re-
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Among these installed as officers oi
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loci; Associa-
tion were iPtandinq, from left : Ethel G.'.l .
Judo- Meyei Bri I Rose S. I
Ida Or:. Git-
lin Fred Ochs, Fi
H
i
Bureau, Zionists To Again Sponsor Art And Essay Contests
- ish
bcei ro-
ll announcement t,
Albert E i issip, pn sidenl o( tin
au The annual contest is ': :' ''- Henrietta S
onsored li> the Zionist Major Mordecai M. N is D
essay s
Jl w s," wit I '
.vow op*:x 7 nws \ w/:fk
uje&rn ouse ftmorffatftLor*
'ALL YOU CAU TO MAT'
WE NEVER KEEP SCORE!!
< many res'auranM, v.fcen e v All You Care To Eat .'. '
T and we don't nMtriCt you to jutt on. Htm e'her' Our ,loga
or EVERY HEM on our huge Smorgasbord table EVERY DAY' Our
ROAST BEEF. FRIED CHICKI H MEATBALLS DA
S.ZZLING TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS on S ,. Seafood
on F, days fm,ly favorites all day S torn* now G
every ,,me you come inl And y0l e*n go up .00
Uble at many times at you avitil VE NEVER KEEP SCOBI
S225
Dinner served daily 4 30 9 Sunday 11 30-9
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY. 238-8852
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN

COCKTAILS
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EST 1943 Under Same Management
Many Additional Improvements in the Menu
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f Cu/ffreom Roc* Trocfc
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Kirst prize i
i ..in s Ls a S ship
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miii pi ize is S10. i *
fifth pri/.ea irt notes'
on J' w is I
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Ji, :
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the 1 .:.
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and .ii han -'">
\ .' Entries v*ill t- i on
tlii' t nalit)
Consul : i v n to I
.. work
Tin ,. ailabh
tu .iii s. brochures on the
ii lhi subjects ii !! -
torn
Pi i/i u ill i- disii i!
\ i ted in I
Carriage Home Names Kahn
IK i past president o
in !' ,ii itla Swimming Pool > ipei
Vsso itioi pen i imed
11 in i I or ( tdooi Activith bj
Miami \- i m ntlj open*
i "an lagi tlousi reordli to at
nounci ibei
i \. cutivv >ln i it..i
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL It ATI"RRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specially ol the House "PAELLA VALENCIAMA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
jimmy f r\c~tiiin\iiif
Specializing In...
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Open 7 /./. to ti:.W /'./.
124B5 N.E. 6rh COUBT 751 9452
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532 1671
KREPLACH if KISHKE MATZO BAl I S KNISHI
MEAT if FISH ir STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
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'riday. February 21. 1969
>Jif ?#*#! fkrMNk *r>
Page 9-A
lommunal Leaders Map Plans For
ational Jewish Camp Organization
11% >ji< i;ii i:.;i.n i
(SING! R'S N Y The
ili mal eonfera nci on Jew isii
I held here unda i thi a is
i. s ..i the N.11 ional Jew ish Wi I
|,. B< ird tha Ann i it an Asstx in
lewish I duration and the
h.H Time Executives "i Jewish
i ,il ('amps, '! ,i
I Jew isii camp
ilists t,i explore the need foi
fi asibilit) "I :i pei manenl na-
I i/.ation For Jew ish
f unpi
the iiivt
c 75 Ji w Ish camp dii < -
i educaton iiom 10 ca
d b> religious ilcnomina-
n b ius of Jew ish educal
i| .. Yiddish cull
- .1. v. i-i] t '.inmimiu nti ra
iii ins spent Ihrec days
,.-~ ..iis and basic isa
Jew ish c imping undi i
ll .lll-.pl! B
Through work*hat|Bi, exchanges
of views add rormal pwsmtji-
lions, the conference explored
tin' po"IMIItlen oi trelicthenJns
iCohesi
Continued from Page 4-A
rying
isscd i ampusi a we
seem tu ha> c become de-hu i
:
mi i i 'Hi' msl, unaler-
I ..;-. n< lea pres imabl>
i. in tatixl
to thi bent of t > lr ability
W'h it a -.- ni in lack i-
u lur.'i i instill somi Jew ish
loi the n ii i la onlj i
nit.- sick, i w isl -i hit
. !- .iii ansicnt ho onlj
ib small troubles l It almost
\ I' mplc
x
: rabbis ind 1
. certain mic ol tli<
i ill ai
I ha lold that
i ready to paj
-i ni helping an un-
ible numb" r "i peopli
. ii the mazes of our de-
i, .ii ii -i itutlonal soi letj I
; esting thai wo reed
hungry ii Brisk nt or evei
I for the night, alth
ni our aj nagogues m i
lo lo thai I mi proposing .< con-
fi mi! ftgei y W llii'll WOUllI
t.ik'' n surprisingly lot nit the one-way i oad mark< il
and into the proper
. .,: :. -.,,'u cos w hich well-
: i i \,st
nil engineers have becon* so
iis. ss, d with their technical
i they have neglected
their primary mission in trans-
ii iti ii w hich is to move peo-
pli I", the besl way from place lo
n >t automobiles. I hope
,i our local Jewish community
p i nert will no! t o i .: e t thai
t.ii ii mission, also, is to assisl
pi o. i,'. not institul I
Jewish experiences al ramps and
ways ni linking Jewish summer
camping experiences with year-
round programs provided bj
other Jewish last It at Ions.
A
r nuiion,ii i onfi i -
iitw in 1 I
The kcynoti speaker, i>: Lloyd
Si i Ii is, ii i he Wurzw i Her School
oi Social Work al Ycshiva I'niver-
ii> ps d I hat ampii n
ii' s io Un Jew is!' child "must
'i i i -> -. ii i hi camp is an in-
itilutim .....it ... ii '
bom I i- I \ iiall> linki '>
the Jewish community and to
is a whoie."
I [< 111 .''il lh.lt I hi i'UI I" 'SO ol I
Jewish camp should include a rec-
ognltion of th intci i- i.nioi -
ol tin i. ligious, polit ical cull
.n.ii humanistic dimensions <'. tin
nunit) an I ol i hi ii
up in i he m eds ol the
child in i iblishint; > hi
... r his identit;
i tlcrgi 'on
and i 'amps to I Federa
il Ji ". ish I "i
V irk, who gave the
ijoi iddi ess,
.i scries ol stops to
ication
ami ii
Ji wish e> b. He
d imi other thii

!
Ji \ otrd to Jo" ish i ampii
Iii \ i-.ts in

lui in hi r..... lui i an pii
Ii ish
Is with Ihi
munal > i i
Hea ling the pi
u as \-. i Mi |t/i r, ex'i
reel Surprise l.aki I'a
who rime
' .
< ".imps jwi l cam] It mi \i -
t in ii- Brodkin was roordinatoi pi
rrencc iri angi mi n lan-
.
Israel Opens
Jet Engine
Factory I nit
Tl I. AVIV iJ : Prime
.-i i l.i \ i l.shi.oi cut .i i ibb >n
week oi 11 mniii.iil;. o|iening an
511.001 jet aircraft ei
iuigi ow th ol
de Gaulle's 19 .7
oi Mirage V
: in Isi ael.
Ma Mi Sha mi sh En s Ltd ;n
h. near Jan salem, is
wncil t ha Israel gov
.ii.nii m and Joseph Schidlowsky,
i F Ii lust rialisl w ..
I ii h.ni:. ca |oi engine eom-
in l- ii Initially it will
1 ii small ioi
i b> I'm bomi ca,
two or hree > ears is ex-
' w In il--
ii fines
The o|ienlng the plant, the
largest ol its kind in Israel, inuk
mi added significance from Ihe
embargo on mllltarj equlpmenl
mill spare i>;irt. in Israel Im-
linsiii \\\ France's president ;i|>-
l > r < x 1111.11 -1 \ two weeks ago.
!
r rani e's j us
Ibj thi i icl l i il
|
stan's in pre-
.... .
M. Schid i n Ins trip
rate the m
(Ii- I Whil '.
i Sablici ittcnal thi
nan
il iii.- i-'.
Lawrence B. Shetfey ie't- vice president ot Southern Be'.
Telephone ond Telegraph Company, elected !969 ch
man of the board and William B. Paul. Jr.. chanman oi th
board, Family Finance Management Corporation, ele '
1969 President cf the United Fund of Dade County, take
over the gavel from William D Singer, honorary chairma:-.
of the board of Royal Castle System, Inc.. outgoing chair-
man o! the board. United Fund; and A.M. Flay' Pradc
::. General Manager. Seors Roebuck and Comp.
ietiri:ig 1968 president cf the United Fund.
V_-//to/e* J orah -*Jin/ i^cnoo/
v- */ \-frcatcr v- Vliami
1544 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
*^)ccOMavT >' tumuli
*^5c n o /it /-- It ip -L-'ii tner
nenorinci
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*J^iJnc\f S^tcin
Sunday, February 23rd, 1969-600 p.m.
Deauville Hotel Miami Beach, Florida
Dress Optional Couvert $25.00 per Co |
For Reservations Call 521-8721 or 534-991'9


LOOK
YOUR
CALIFORNIA
PRUNES
10c
COUPON
IS ON PAGE 7-C
NortheastYellowbirds:
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Kennedy LaGuardia
and Newark-
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Call your travel agent or Northeast Airlines.


Page 10-A
*jRMb fkrkUan
Friday. Februcry 21, 19G"
Marking the 13th anniversary of Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Association are
from left!: Sam Bradley, manager of the
Northside Branch; Richard C. Schulman.
assistant executive officers, main office; E.
Albert Pallot. founder and president; Wil-
liam Auten. Civic Center Branch; and Gabe
Wright, manager of the Corel Way Branch.
"ECHOES Of THE SERFS"
A No.rl of IVrh Century Russia
by local Author
JACK AMAMS $2.50
SI.00 of each Sale Donated
to the State of Israel!
Call Jack Abrams
864-5031
AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR Of
SHAKE! PRODUCTS COSMETICS BY I
IOVUE. A FUU LINE OF MEN'S]
PRODUCTS INCLUDING COLOGNES,
'I PERFUMES. HELEN DEKOFF. 11741,
S.W. 26 TERRACE. 221-1 ISO. WILL'
iCALl AT HOMES I SHOW.
,WA**''Vu*,*Va
JUST WHAT THE
DOCTORS ORDERED!
MEOKAL ASSISTANT ond
MEDICAL SECRETARY COURSES
ADELPHI SCHOOLS
Goblfi
444-1121
N. Miami
7577623
CANTOR WANTED
FCH* THE 1st SEDER
Must have good yoke and must
be youthful Coll Mr. E'rtCM.
865-4154
Now
prune
liters'
are becoming
prune
lovers...
SINGERS WANTED
FOR TEMPLE CHOIR
SOPRANO, B9SS BARITONE
MUST HI AD MUSIC
Ptiont 534 8080
THE HOME OF
lELL lOTTOMEDS
ALL SUES
ALL COLORS
Ail STYLES
7098 RONITA DR.
HV.v
PHONE 865-0704
MOM. THRU FRI. 10 9 P.M.
SAT. 10-6 P.M. SUN. 12-4 P.M.
RBADTTOBrff
Xu/nSu^eT
PITTED
PRUNES
t'
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
I hereby moke public that on November 18, 1968 all
Kosher supervision was withdrawn from the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel in Miami, Florida and I will not be re-
sponsible for the Kashruth of that establishment.
(signed) Rabbi T'tbor H. Stern
If you're one of those ordinary
"prune liking" people, get your
mouth set for a thrilling treat-
new Sunsweet Prunes without
pits! What's more, they're super
tenderized for super fresh fruit
flavortastiest prunes you ever
ate right out of the package;
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DER
-TENNIS
FORs
S (CO-ED)
On beaut.rul Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
vVater skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 28-AUGUST 16
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard
Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
8
wiSu>w>
PITTED PRUNES
K KOSHER PARVE
Obituaries
KLEIN
rajr !'
VT Membei "

\ r l \' I
I r m i a He a H '
ii-
<..'. u '..
Suit red I f< K ill i mdi hild-
\ \ brother Mui
Hollj i JIHam Sli i
\ \ ~. r\ iff in ha .
Riverside CTiapeJ
BERMAN : i .i K Waah-
nami v MB Oordon
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'riday, February 21. 1969
f knitl' Fk ridlii in
Paqe 11 *-.
Reform Jewish
Thought Is Topic
lOI Adult Series
\< i-H>k for this year's
Id \ d till Lcclure Serifs,
Reform Jew ish
it," will l' Ihe subject of
ho lecture which Rabbi Joseph I'..
Carnt will S indaj morning
,i in !ii- ilk will be followed by
.--!' i riod The text w as
i by 'in' Central Confer-
I \ : lean Rabbis.
Tw< ..' i: foi m Rabbis Includ-
p Dr Narot, have written u
I i iapti rs "ii \ .it ion-. aspe< ta
ji wish Though! Faith,
! .i.u I-i a< I, The ('ovenant,
. tion. The t.....k
. si run ent d set i| il ii in <>t
ii Judaism in America.
i Steven B. Jacobs will
irj 22 through 25 in
\ Vm !< City an.I Washii [ton
with many of the
[srai I hi (in at< r Miami
students in I
is This is aiIi i"i-
if the coi n al ion's cam-
.isitati in | i ogram n der the
v ton n 'i ant Collcgi Visita-
ii. Fund.
Maxwell House Coffee
Yor Purim Enjoyment
In kei pii r with the tradition of
.. i ii guests t he best for
idaj s. ix' sure thai Instant
>Iaxwcll House Coffee la on your
list. Instant M ixv* i II
p bi ini s sp i i.ii rich flavor
gathei Ing of fi i< mis or
The makers of Maxw i II
in old hands in the art of
iffi and the n suits "I
ol perfi cting he t- st
blend the best tasting
you ever had.
1- t mi Maxwell I Inns,' iv th<
i. Sabbath coffee. It is -.,,
i I full bodii'! that yo
brew it ii> the |mtful. Just put a
ispoon "t coffee in a
il or |iot for < ach cup want to maki Add an
nbci nt cups of .it- r,
heat until boiling, simmer briefl)
ing out all the wondc rful
lavor, and serve Richer by thr
ill', si rve Maxwell House and you
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Officers recently installed by the South Flor-
ida Chapter of the Alumni Association of the
City College. New York were (from left):
Sheldon Rosenberg, vice president; Mrs.
Charlotte Vogel. corresponding secretary;
Mortimer M. Kassell, treasurer; Or. Emanuel
Saxe. dean emeritus of the Baruch College of
Business, who was guest speaker; Jeny Suss-
man. incoming president; and Harry Zuker-
nick outqoing president.
Rabbi Lehrfield To Appear On Final Bureau Telecast
Rabbi 1 >avid Lehrl i Km-
seth Israel < 'ongn .:,h ion will in-
luce the fit "Liv-
ing Hi bn w," the tl< isiu scries
"i thi Bun au rl .1. ish Education
St ition WTHS- 1*V hanm I 2,
Thursday Februarj 27, at 7 |
The broadcast will include a
Purim prog! am in ei h bration ol
the coming festival, featuring a
song fi m and film sn ip ol the fi s-
ti\.il and other intei*|>retativc n i
lerial.
"Lbing I! I'll w" is i
its ii irnth yi ai "1 wi klj broad-
ViKK'in Promises
Hours Ol Relief
Prom Minor Pain
'' : the festn itii s of Put im
it in !> n 'I' ed bj you and
\\ hy ii"t do rvi r\
possible t.i avoid n i
ritla paii
\ i 'in -is- f continu
reliel from arthritis' mil or
even such i hn ink: pain
arising from deep m the joints.
V.arm also I' dUCl WI I Hi : and
inflammation In min ti pai n
.-.- -, so that it's asii r to move
afflict* .t limbs again The ason
Anacin Tabfc ta an so ff ctive is
t cause th< > ontain the pain re-
lit vt r most recommended by doc-
plus ai exti a Ini n ilii nt not
fo mil m l< ading aspirins or buf-
i aspirins Taki as din d
Buj '
Gina Bachauer Piano Soloist
It, Philharmonic Concerts
rt will be
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\ lit
ists, with Louis Schwartzman,
live din-dor ol the Bum
The thi me for this
.real An* i lean Ji
l.'pon the iv
AI
A Memorable Event
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26, 1969, 8 P.M.
At The Auditorium of
Temple Beth Sholom
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
IVe Will Commemorate The 20th Year Oi The Passing Oi
PERETZ IIIKSHBEIN
POETESS AND LECTURER
ESTHER SHUMIATCHER HIRSHBEIN
Will Speak on the Life and Works
of her Late Husband
MICHAEL GIBSON, well known artist will present and direct
With a cast o< 8 his condensed version of Hirshbein's "Puste
Kretchme."
Inglish Narration Written and Presented by Fannie Gibson.
BOGDAN CHRUS, Concert Violinist accompained by
MR. WARREN will present Classical Yiddish Music.
DONATION $2 00
PERETZ HIRSHBEIN COMMITTEE
Chairman I. Donen
SO|)
Continued from Pge 4-A
tain II that is woi rlson
: minisccnl ol the period win n
almost all thi inalysts and pol-
icymakers kept repeating that
So\ ii ts would m ver put of-
fi si" Issiles Into Cuba. The
augment-action ol the Egyptian
army is hopefully doubted; and
there are also many who at ;ui
that the Smuts really cannol
spii i emi.nii which vs i
bi he lne\ Itable n suit ol ui
Ai at. icti irj ovi r Israel,
Thi se people h i\ c forgo)
the fate of the Volga < Si : n
the Ci imi an Tai tai s, about hall
loi mi r i opulal ion "i Esti
i Latvia and some other vic-
Un -..'. : ocide, all ol
u hom i rishi Urm "i most "f us. Still another
group here in Washington i
s.. ms to have forgotten the
terms of thi Molotov-Ribbcntrop
agreemi nt ol Julj. 1939.
The infamous Soviet-Nazi pad
specifically gavT the Soviets the
whole of the Middle last, down
tn rri.1 Including the oil-rich I
ui the Persian : That surel.
rlicati .i long-sl u ding aspira-
t ion, whosi verj i Kistei ce loda\
is being denied i |uarl
n ss and Di'vi nit-
i stati s "
Dr. Nat ha I Zvi
Rets isted in Ihe pi i-
an it ,is, I i ,,,,
first by the I'niti tl Stati s and the
S, l\ I. Is.
\ b i ii neans thai there
I- ht' hope oi an.\ such si tt le-
mi : 'is seems
sufficii nt I) 'bloody, bold
ri solute." F ir thi So\ lets
::i st <|. cide thai thi ir o n dan-
- in thi Middli I isl in q it
as great i- Ih langers lo I
Wi st.
DOGRAGIHG
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I i.i.
The Wi st. rn Europ ana I
four fifths of t'n ir 611 : H I
from the Middle East; the Japa-
nese, more than four-fifths. Put
a knifi' in: thai jugular, and you
have an upset in thi- world
political-economic power balance
ui a sort the master of the Krem-
lin must hungrily dream about.
Km tin rmorc, you do not have
to nvision an Arab victory <>\i r
tlu- Israelis in order to envision
thi- worst sort of "il trouble. The
Six-Day War of t9*i~ imposed the
most fearful strain on Western-
linked Saudi Arabia and the oil
sheikhdoms of the Persian Gulf.
A repeat, on larger and graver
scale, would probably Impose an
unb arable strain; and the Wi st-
ern oil mti-n st would then ho
lost, even if Nasser were once
again I" at- n in Sinai.
just on *
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LAST 3 DAYS

PATRICE
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JOHN
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A MtvST/ About Mmrr'BQB
rniiu Produciion Slaved by
LUCIA VICTOR
(Soconut Grove 'Playhouse
Restaurant* Art Qallary
3500 MAIN HIGHWAY, MIAMI
Future Outlook
None of this means that the
outlook is hopeless. But it sug-
gi sis the sctreme difl Icult) "f
working through the Big Four
powers iwith the French com-
mitting sabotage al every turn'
it indicates the probable need foi
ON STAGE IN PERSON
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r.-.lo^ rer,.-_^ry 2. -;3
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Thf Israel Bond Organi/xtlioii
h pleased (0 amxHiiire (hat
YIGAL ALLON
Deputy Prime Minister Of Israel
will k ihe tarsi of honor il ih
1969 International
Inaugural Dinner
SATURDAY EVENING, MAR( H 1
at 7:30 P.M.
FO.NTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Hon. Charles E. Goodell
U. S. Senator, State at New York
M I 'V
NETANIA DAYRATH
CfIf9AU0 /$4f 1/ SOrAVO
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN
muuant rou.ve wiAfu ykhik/st
Conference Chairmen
Samuel Rothberg Louis H. Boyar
INTERNATIONAL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, February 21, 1969
Sectio.-. E
Hausner Calls Tor Aids Cuts To
Nations Thai 'Harbor Terrorists*
Among the participants in the mass rally held last week in
ihe Miami Beach Auditorium to protest the recent hangings
of nine Jews in Iraq were (from left : Leon Kcplan, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fereration; The Rev. Jen
Lloyd Knox, coordinator of '.he M Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. spiritual leader of Temple Be'.h
Am; and Rabbi Alexander Gross, pr.nc.pi! of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami. More than 4.000 persons attend-
ed the rally with another 1,500 participating in a similar
rally in North Miami Beach.
Bond Dinner To Honor
Mr., Mrs.
Plant -i I*- bi nuaJ M > i ton
pwen Ui ael l tinr* i >i State
Israel 1 londs n ini-
ited <' a luncht on mei ting tins
k "i members ol the Commlt-
' i.: I I M -nt^ m ho
In Mrs Menu will lert c aj
airm n ol the w nt. annoui
,,t Mr .i.. I Mrs, Sam Rudenbere.
inn m Lib) i alion Aw ai d, to I*- ti-
upon them ;it the dinm r
Tin Morton Towers Israel Din-
i t c.t st,it.- will take place Satur-
i \> nlng, March B, .-it the Fon-
hainebleau Hotel. Mr Mentz an-
need that an outstanding I~
raeh leader will come to Miami
Beach tur the even! t> |oin In hon-
oring Mr. ami Mrs Rudenberg.
Hi inline the dinner committee
. ith Mr, and Mrs. Mentz are Judge
"rederick N. Harad and Rabbi Da-
b-id Raab, honorarj chairmen an
Mr. and Mis Morris Minov, who
i ui serve as chairmen ol the Com-
mittee i>f Hosts.
Mr. and Mrs Rudenberg have
.1 n prominent in service and
i-adership for Israel and many
rommunal activities since becom-
Rudenberg
.is i Miami
l ; ach ei Men
and Won i
1' ibs .: owers, m hei e
. have 11 udi ri the ntin irm
.,-.. cumin to Miami B< ach, th< ..
have aco rt d l< a rship In the
nmu- ,
nit
Life memb i of Temple Bet h
Raphai I, I in activi in B'nai
I mil. i iR i an I on l* hall ol
Bi andi i- t Inivi i sil Mrs Rud< n-
II rg is ,i life member of Morton
Towers Hadassah of which Mr.
Rudenberg is an associate mem-
i.. i Mrs, Rudenberg has been
In .i and Abba chairman ol the
Morton Towers Hadasaah k>""|>
for the past four years. Mr. and
Mrs Rudenberg an cochairmenof
tin C'JA-Moitun 'I'owi is Dnvr.
Giil I I iisner, member ol Is-
rael's 1 essel i Pat liament i and
thi [oi met I- a< i attoi ney general
who |irosecuted Adolf Richmann
fin his role in the Nazi murder of
1.000 Jews, called on the
i it-d States and "other civilized
tries' 'to v ithhold "all forms
ol military and economic assist-
anci to governments thai harbor
ten > ists."
Mr. i I lusnei w as in Miami
Beach this week to address the
fourth annual Midwinter Confer-
. Mi Amei ii an l listadrut
I \ lopment Foundation.
Comi nt I i press confei
II i attack by Vrab ter-
rorists in Zurich on an El AI plane.
Mi Hausner said that Israel "will
ti ct b> all possible means o ir
iilani ii 'Hi ships as we protect
our -
Noting that the Arab guerrillas
were surprised bj the response by
an Israeli security officer aboard
the plai e. Mr. Hausner said that
Israel will i
the .' ii
The former Israeli attorney
gem rat ridiculed tin- extolling
<>i acts ui terrorism which have
been deserlhed as resistance
movements" and pointed oat
that "brlgamdrj bj thugs is be-
ing performed > paid merce-
naries who receive a premium
for each ai t nt violence com-
mitted."
Mi Ha snei expressed lisai
I ointment over
paw i talks on the Middle
Kast and stressed tl
two of t he pat ties ithi
Union nnd Frai i an
d" and that i ai h is
ing its ow n in-- 'ii thi
Vliddle I
Thi Israeli Km
met at Miami I ntei Air-
poi t by Rabbi I on Ki a is
Ti mple Beth Sholom. Mian i
Beach, who is national vice presi-
dent ui Histadrut and I>i Michael
GlDfON HAUSNER
t of thi Israi
tadi I uf South Floi i
Mr ; ared the
f( ii at thi ferenoe with I i,
Leon Ki nat ional ;
i tadrut
Mff. AND MtS. SAM *UDflBl*G
Lifelong support! ra of Israel,
t .i > are leaders in the Greater
Miami Israel Bond effort. Last
summer they w< n trs minis ol the
i Ui h Regel pilgrimage to Israel
sponsored by the Israi I Bond or-
ganization.
Prior t" coming to Florida, Mr,
and Mrs. Rudenberg were leack rs
in the religious, civic and philan-
thropic life of Chicago The) were
charter members of the Leo Levy
Hospital In lint Springs, Arkansas.
Founders and life members i>f
Congregation Shaare Tikvah. they
were also members of the Cove-
nant ciuh In Chicago and active on
behalf >t the Hume for the Blind
and the Fox River Sanitarium for
tubercular and cancer patients.
Mr. and Mrs Rudcnben are Ihe
parents of two children, a son.
Norman, who residi I In Chics
and a rlaught< i. Mrs Leonard I>a-
vidson, si ><', in Miami
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after value! Resort fashions
you can wear here and now!
Goodies for the kiddies! Plenty
of exciting specials for your
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the family and your Burdine's
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COMPASS ADJUSTERS
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METAL MARINE PILOT
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This black broadtail ar.d white
': ccy.x ar.d sleeveless even-
ing dress wiii be among the
Israeli fashions to be shown
next week at the Israel Bond
Fashion Show.
Narcotics Agent Is Slated
As Speaker At Barry
Stuart Madler, Special Agent of
the Bureau of Narcotics and Dan-
is Drugs will speak at Barry
CoUegi on Monday, March 3 in the
audio-vis'ial room of the Library
at 645 p.m.
Tea.hcrs ami Graduate Student!
in Supervision. Administration and
Advanced Education Psychology
Classes uill attend the lecture on
the topic: "The Problems That
Face L's Preventive Measures."
which will he aceompanied by a
film showing, followed by a dls-
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Star .
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BOAT SNOW SPECIAL
Sisterhood Purim Luncheon
The Sisterhood oi Templi Tif-
en th Jacob will ho! Purim lunch-on at 1! Sun-
day, March 2
(he fa
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(Sotti x Ja J ili. Mat/kin,
Rik- n ami Tadmor; ha I
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Sabina S Jed-
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'69 W00DS0NS
CkMM Free* 16 New Mod e Is 15 27
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Friday. February 21, 1969
> Unist fkrihtr
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United Cerebral Palsy Telethon Show
Is Scheduled For Weekend Of March 1

United Cerebral Palsy will stage
.1- .innnal Telethon from the Ml-
a.ni Beai-h Auditorium- Saturday
and Sunday. March 1-2.
WCDC-TV, Channel 6. will be
the main TV' carrier. Its color
cameras and mobile unit will W at
the Auditorium for the event that
will extend from 10:30 Saturday
night until 4:.T0 Sunday afternoon.
Admission is free.
Co-hosts of the Telethon will he
Leonard Nimoy. the hybrid Vulcan
Mr. S|iork of the TV series Star
Trek"; Ilene Woods, a veteran TV
personality and the voice of Cin-
Vr.'lla in Walt Disney's movie;
Johnnie Whitaker, Jody ot "Fam-
ily Affair."
Harry Hot wick of Florida State
Theatre! and Publisher Leon Mc-
Askill are corhairmen of the Tele-
thon, sections of which will be
i ,ui led simultaneously on closed
rircuil television Channels S and
9, as well as over WVCG and
WYOR radio.
The Telethon was revived last
year for the purpose of helping
UCP meet its estimated annual
cost of S1SO.QQ0 for the treatment
of approximately 2.000 Dade Coun-
ty children suffering from cerebral
palsy The UCP Rehabilitation
Center at 1411 N\V 11th Avenue
treats 200 children weekly.
Krar.k K. Dixon. president of
UCP. and W. I.. "Bud" Adams,
chairman of the board, stated that
UCP was hoping t" raise a mini-
mum of $150,000 during this year's
TV lethon A host of celebrities will
i on hand at the Auditorium to
hi lp raise the money for this
worthwhile cause.
Bob Corcoran is producer.
Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth Da
vid Congregations, was sched-
uled to leave lor Moscow this
week where he will join in the
75th birthday celebration for
Moscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda
leib Levin.
Mayfair, Sunset Theatres
Will Show The Magus'
"The Magus." 20th Century-
Fox's screen version of the best-
selling novel by John Fowles.
opens today at the Mayfair and
Sunset Theatres. Starring Anthony
Quinn, Michael Caine. Candice
Bergen and Anna Karina. the plot
concerns the weird encounter of a
cynical young teacher with a
strange old man who is known as
The Magus."
Fowles, whose first novel, "The
Collector." was made into a highly
successful motion picture, wrote
the screenplay for "The Magus."
Hebrew Home Women
To Meet On Wednesday
The Women's Division of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged of
Miami Beach will hold its regular
me Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., honor-
ing Life Members.
An award Brunch and Enter-
tainment honoring Helen Horn-
stem. Ways and Means vice presi-
dent foi her outstanding generos-
ity and work for the Home and
organization is being planned for
March 28th at the Algiers HoteL
Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser is presi-
dent
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JWV Post Sets Wednesday Evenl
West Miami Posl and Ladies
Auxiliary 2X\. Jewish Wat V< t< p-
ans 'it the iMild sint' s have
scheduled a card party on Wi
day at the Foui Ambassadors, 801
South Bayshoie Drive. Miami.
Abe Isgar, commander "i the
Post, said thai all proceeds have
been earmarked for the Max Ru-
North Shore JWV Auxiliary
A meeting of the Jewish War
Veterans North Shore Ladies Aux-
iliary 677 will be held on Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach.
bin Memorial Fund,
('ochairmen for the evenl I
Mrs. Lee Kuhin and Leo Slacht
tssisted b) James Stern, Mr.
Mrs. Norman Burtnan, Mrs Ja
SU i ii. Mrs Abe Isgat and
Jack I'al- S.
BondP Women's 0RT
The Business and Professi
Women's Chapter of Won-
American ORT will hold its r _
l.ir meeting and Chinese Auc!
affair on February 27. Thurs
evening at 8 p.m. at the (':
Federal Hospitality Room, 429
thur Godfrey Road.
Mayor Steve Clark of Miami ,
joins with Poster Child, Barbara j
Bowling, in urging residents ol
Greater Miami to support the
United Cerebral Palsy Telethon
to be held Saturday and Sun-
day. March 1-2, from the Miami
Beach Auditorium and to be
carried over WCLX, Channel 6.
Ostomy Group Is
Established For
Broward County
Persons who have undergone
ileostomy. eolostomy and ileal
bladder surgery in the Broward
; County area are now forming a
mutual-aid group, according to
Mrs. Trudi Stern, regional repre-
sentative of the United Ostomy
Association,
A meeting of the group will be
held 'in Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the American Room of the Hume
Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation, 1720 Harrison Street. Hol-
lywood.
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Sydney Kronish Is Named
Sydney 1> Kronish, public rela-
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directi i. has be< n nami d ex< cul i\ e
ini ctor ol B 'h Itax id <"o
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Mi Kronish has been mem-
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TEMPLE BETH TOV will hold
Its annual square dai 8 10
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Friday. February 21. 1961
^T C L
j-ranees sawewmaw
We
the
Women
in
uom \n "t tm WEI K
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She
- gh scnool l
mo*? pi
Her freuaaaaa fHf %t college
wii .?per- :n NTU TVn she
rsofetra .r. Herrpatea.1
:>' bh i eo -
le^e now -srfy There *e organised | Rnaal She
represented HilW>! on man> oanapaa WbfMag w-.th the
: Saturn -ne a*i ?to^T riM on the formation
>< State of Uriel Her in Urael has me
Sag,- -r.a/>reri in Engaati Education and finding the
rt?hf -
She met Mori on a blind tote Three months later'
the;, ien -r.^asje*! anrt *cc months Later the% were tnarmd.
They have two daughters Adn.i who goes to Syracuse and
MarjM who goes to Coral Gabies High "Iff great ha\ing
two daughter* errthused Val especially now that they
are teenagers Y-i just roll *ith The punches she finished
TV. ...*. hi Rode v .lie Onrtcr until ll years BBS] waved to Palm Be-ieh Community affairs croa :e^
her lif<- She m the first resident of the Federation of
Je-wi*h Women active in Hadassah a< a president and
then re*>nal presulent She went otr of that office last
year She eat on the Mental Haalth Board and found that
MS Own mental health big lift when she won the
golf r ha.-n.pl'>n*h.p She M off PTA. both as a parent and
a* i idler Thai ra beeauat ihe waa teaching 10 11
and 12th gr\ .ry
Ten years a. ant into real estate in Palm Beach.
She I thar And m mart real eatatenila
he She and her hus-
baa r. their community They
Thei I to M r .-.h.
rveirn; th i I
|
UJA W
...
I
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I
Th

To meet SI both
On her travt ihe l
- I out why
They went to Mexico for the Olyrapii gan felt that
llw incident that happened there was blown up OUl of
.-. very li
th<- Olympic tamer Her eyes ware red moat of the time
Evary thTM the American fls fl-w up she cried It M
tearful thrill.
She has bam to Israel twice It always give* her a
faeUng of aaeaeaa with her people, in between packing and
packing Val manages to get in a few rounds of golf at
Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club.
The Silbermans own and breed race horse- They are
ii-ually named according to the bloodline The one about
to be born will be named Val If it's a filly she will be
named Vales*, if its a colt he will be named Val I'll re-
member that name so I can put my two dollars on a win-
ner! Ever since she was 11 yean old Val has been going to
Saratoga to the races. Saratoga has changed Where the
Grand t'nion Hotel was there is now a supermarket But
the charm of Saratoga has never changed
The Silberm ins both like theater end dash madrj I
New York to see the- new snows in her interesting
husky VOtCI V .1 confided that aw has been m.^-t fortunate
in having such a wonderful husband Thej ha th am
interests and rommon goals They firmly believe in pi
ad the -tren^'thenmg of the Jewish people both in I
and thr diaspora Want to know tome thing? Tile-. I
something about it inst.. ,.| .,' .., | tola
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Rohan
Parents Of A Valentine.'
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or V MMuat day to Dr. ana Mrs. <
bM Raha- laddy jnk'-l
ot:trl (ui> to be
BBl i
Dr Rohan, a gra ey
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Bonnie Cyoen On Dean's List:
Brother Wayne Honor Student

re .- r- Masa
Hi r
ther Waj a
A
where he is a (resnman
A xraduate of the v of
Bf Law Scnnol. Steve -Ideat
of the five Cypea i Isaosen. aaa
practicuur law with tus father. The
raaagcr boys are Tad. a fcaaar at
Miami Beach Hi_-r & -.- \r I
Myies. a ninth grade it Blent at
MautHua Jaaior High Scha
Saturday Evening Ceremony Unites
Lois S. Pastier And Robert S, Katz
Women's League Chapter
Sponsors Branch Thursday
The Lincoln-Mia~ i DeatB < "nar-
ter of the Women's Leagu tor Is-
rael was to hold a MmaVr-fk
A-Member brunch at the harm
Mrs. Jay Dermer. 2525 Fkttrdage
Place or. Thursday at I! 30 i m.
An outstanding feat
peogcaai was to be a perfor-ance
of the Mandolin En
sen ted by Aller. Liworku. chair-
man Conductor u Dr. Sao K
EtOtH IniQK I>ehrman officiated
1 the A'ciers Hot rioBsra at

mt; L arid Robert
Stanley Katz in n itrknony. A
owed at th
!er-
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( Miami Bea S 3 iool
-K- I am and S<
"-..-. n ty. He served I
the L" S. Ar-: and ntly
enrolled in a computer sc!-.- -
Haary Schans s-*r\-t as best
- .'re Gar;, pi.llack
Lerau Bass.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the r.ew l>w*is will make their
.-.ome it. Miami B-a*-n
Toroh Dedicotion Service
Dr Max Ar7t vice chance Her of
the J*wisr. Theological Seminary
of America, arill be g^-st speaker
at a Torah de.ii.ation service at
S today al '. rar.
i Beach. The r.ev, Torah to
be presented l tka I ua.-
brought from Israel by Dr. ar.d
Mrs San D Cr eafi

I
JMffS. WOUST STANLtr KATZ
Judge Berkman Is Speaker
At Island View Meeting
J idge Jason Herkman was to
^iest speaker at a meeting of I-
lar.l Vk-w Hi*;>ital Women's C
mute,- at I pjn. Thursday at I
Inthien, 3ti3 Coiiin* Am NL-
arr.i B'acn.
Dr. Samuel Turek, president
the planned community Napita..
was also slated to address
group.
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Siinclia Din it/. To Address Mideast Seminar Sunday
yours,
re*"
Th< Farban.l I..il.i '/.> :-'.
Mono Women 1st iel Dinner oi
State -;is held in the Fontaine-
Mean H itel The Jerusalem Lib-
erator Award >*ras conferred
n|H>n Mi and Mrs. Morris New-
mark by Gen Shlomo Goren.
For tl occasion, Mrs. Newmark
won i r emecald green and royal
blue k brocade it was a dy-
i astj 'k with a matching jacket
fast i with ft<>',- closings.
Mn Moe Levin chose a mint
greet 'ilk with self-fabric Bow-
pti a I'llqued at the waistline.
Mrs Harriet Green was in an
iced sqoamartoe silk with the
high -wel neckline Mrs. Oscar
Ginsberg*! silver lame brocade
featufVd a cowl neckline ami Ions
fitted ik-evcs. An ice-blue silk
brocark dress and matching coat
was !?* choice of Mrs. Abram
Past Her oriental inspired. Stand-
up o ar was jeweli-d anil self-
coven >i buttons ckisjd her prin-
(. s -fiouettr coat.
Mr* Jack Filnsuf. whose hus-
band aS difln^r chairman, was
s.-. n a Mack Ohantilly lace
OVCT i-lJte satin. Her Dior Orlg-
inal IC/JHJwed a figure skimming
silhouette and I>a arour... the sjtckJtne and long
Sleevi Mrs. Abraham Grunhut
wore gold lame brocade en-
aambfa Her tunic length jacket
was >'t Jo expose the softly
-towl. neckline of her dress.
Hi- '-\iUiam Smith's aqua si!k
-""" sjr ; .
chiffon was embi lidered In a
s, roll m > t i : nh tilver lined
bugle beads Hei g m n had bi ace-
let length slee\ pi
An aquan arine silk with silver
caviar beads ;it the jewel neck-
line was worn by Mrs Sidney
Rothfarb Mrs Lillian Cohen's
gown was of blue silk crepe. Her
V-necked bodice featured soft
folds which molded the figure
Mis. Abe Friedlin wore a soft
shade of pink. Her silk crepe
gown had a Jeweled boilice. Mrs.
Isaac I'nterman's porcelain blue
and silver brocade was encrusted
with Jewell around the V neck-
line Mrs. Simon Wilensky's pur-
ple gown was ic"d with sequins.
paillettea and paarla. Mrs. Paul
Barnett wore a rich brown peau
de soie landed with sky blue
around the jacket and bodice.
Mrs. Joseph Glat bought her
white brocade ensemble while in
Rio de Janeiro. Her hip length
jacket was banded with white
and silver caviar heads. A sky-
blue lurex sheath was seen on
Mrs. 1-ouis Zabludow. It had a
jewel neckline and was sleeve-
less. Mrs. Oscar Shapiro selected
a gold brocade which was de-
tailed with a goUt lame thread
handwoven into the fabric. Mrs.
Dave Zabludowskys blue sequin-
encrusted silk crepe was from
Hong Kong. It featured a deco-
lette neckline.
Simcha Dim'/. Israel's Minister
of Information, will be guest
speaker at a seminar on Uv Mid-
dle East to be held ." iday morn-
ing at the IA rglades Hotel, it
irei ar-nonnoed bv Moses Meyer,
president of the Zionist Council of
South Florida
Seymour B, I i> bman, historian,
author and lecturer, will conduct
the seminar.
Mr. Dinltz was Nun in Tel Avh
but i am. d in- B.S and M S de-
grees In foreign si n Ice I rom
Georgetow I tj Hi has
served the Rmbassj of Israel in
Washingtoi sii cc 1951 and was a
member >! the Is ai Delegation
Brotherhood Is
Theme Of Meet
A musical program, entitled
"Voices in Brotherhood." will be
featured at 8 p.m. Sunday .it Tem-
t>le Adath Yeshurun, North Mian i
Reach, in a special meeting mark-
ing Brotherhood Week.
Participating in the musical i>or-
tion of the program will i' Robert
| Duff. North Miami Beach choir
j leader; Arthur Evans; and Cantor
Tibor Moses of Adath Yeshurun.
Speakers at the event will in-
clude Rabbi Milton Schlinskv.
spiritual leader of the temple;
Rev. L. Putnam of the Kpisroual
Church of the Holv Familv; and
A. S. More, of the Community Re-
lations Board of Dade County.
Jerome Neiman. president of the
Adath Yeshurun Men's Club, is in
charge of the program.
to the L'.N. General Assembly
from i9;:; to 19W Mr. Dinite has
lectured extensively throughout
the United States and has written
a number of articles on political
and international law.
.
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Mr- stuart Rubin and Mrs. Jack
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d.
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hedul
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uburban League's annual
:;iinr benefit for Varietj
s Hospital has been re-
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. Hote Mrs Alvin Rosen,
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LADIES turn your "don't
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Friday, February 21. 1969
HOILYWOOD
DOWNTOWN LANDMARK
48 Rooms retirement hotel
v.thin walking ui*te*ni
Boulevard, large homey lob-j
oy, ample green lawns for*
leeiure. Extra plus parking.
Land is muiti-Hi.Mise zoned
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mg is tu.iy equ.ppVd and is
in top conoition. owner leav-
ing uie btai. b^ci^iu vxy
at 'mj.0O0. Flexible terms.
riOfc.*- > v wUU
OVERLOOK GOLF COURSE
t.i.i civan apts. t Do I. Cuuia fkyie bu.ioing.
tne rooi. pnnK>cis, bWtMm
owners apt.. >l units furn,
neat ana sif .wnu. viwc ul
ftnupping anu n.wati ui VMM
fells p. t..e"eni OVIISU JCi
Knct $85,000. Owner will
i*v**i iiik. mortgage.
FlRt. i ii,.bv, brtEO
1 if.ir old building east of
U o i- Uvuwoiwiy runv
isll WVIII **p .
LMipcting ana
lawnury room,
r Ifiyi liOUl a
... m ^...1,,,
- .. n u o- <^
vii t !**. >. .. .
^""(K1
Buys l_ ps in older pudd.
I g (CiJkCu it >t------ .......
.. i e i > Alia 'n- Utbwf-
>Mrt| _*, ic.wn i>n
TOTAL PRICE $65,000.
W HAVE OTMErtS
Haitnan Realty, Inc.
PMONfc 45-i'5'
HI RISE
LO RISE
Will develop an Apt. build-
ing on your land. Build Ware-
house far Key Tenant.
JOSEPH H. SINGER
i ASSOC
865-2152 688-2508
North Miami Beach
WATERFRONT
Access to mtercoittal. Ele-
jjant 3 bedroom. 2 bath, din-
ing room, large kitchen, pan.
elled lenure room opening
to spacious patio facing Ole-
ta River S. Greynolds Park.
Fully aircond. Muat be seen
to appreciate. Priced $38,000.
18-60 N.E. 23rd Court
Phone 947-7805
OPEN FOR INSPECTION
BV APPOINTMENT
NEAR AIRPORT
1 Year eld building stressed
lor 2nd story, parking lot
75x100. Apt. House and com-
mercial area Miami Springs
$65,000 total. Terms 888
4973 or 888 9264.
**>
TRAILER PARK Flo's, finest
investment. Cope area. Ige.
Modern Pk. S30.000 income.
S15C0OO. Full Pr. only $35,-
000 dn. 6 Fin. 4T84. Assoc
Van Burn. Mia. 949-4902
SOUTHLAND REALTORS
1904 E. Oakland, Ft. Laud.
565 254 7
BUILDERS MODEL
The most Luxurious Float-
ing home ever built. 70x34.
1'4 inch thick double plank-
ed hull with 140 separate
compartments. 4 bedroom 2' ?
baths. GE kitchen with micro
wave oven, dishwasher, gar-
bage disposal. 29 cu ft. re-
frigerator freeier. washer
and dryer. Rosewood cabi-
nets. Larqe spacous hvnq
room. wth continental bar
and caqed type spiral stair-
w,i\ ir.i'l-nq to den overlook-
mq living room, with 2 large
sundeck* Boat dock off liv-
ing room Boat includes
Central sir, Roman tubs
Sauna bath, special molded
master bath, 2 septic tanks.
Grf v tinted glass 50 gal. hot
water heater, silent toilets.
2 large storage closets, stereo
sound system and much more
SEA VIEW
FLOATING HOMES INC
1884 N W. No. RIVER DR.
Phone 634-1456
BEAUTIFUL
SURFSIDE
26 Units, large lot. no ground
lease. $100,000 will handle.
Call Violette Faust, 864-7149
Fred Thomson,
Realtor
Phone 944-4344
1820 NE 163rd Street
GREAT
NEW APTS.
25 Units. Brand new opts.
Terrific price. Low cash down.
12 Units, centrally located.
Owner needs cash. Call Mr.
Dadesk>.
Hot Area! fantastic location
for apt. sites. $800 per unit.
20-10-5 Acres.
Huysman, Reaitor
P'ione 665-8438
BSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSBSSSSSBBSSSSBBBI* *
BE A THIEF! "STEAL"
STAR LITE VILLAS APTS
A Rare Investment Opportunity
BEACH AREA GEM *
FOR SALE (or rent) : NOW!
Excellent Potential. Prestige. Privacy. 1 Block to
Beach and Finest Shoppes 2nd FLOOR PENTHOUSE
APT PIUS 3 Bedroom, 7 Bath VILLA Balconies,
Terraces, Etc. Use Seoarafely OR as 9 Room, 4
Bath LUXURY RESIDENCE! Property Zoned for 6
More VILLAS: PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION!!!!
$75,000. (Worth More!) Terms. Scarce, Valuable
Property Located 217 Andrews Ave., Delray Beach.
Owner. Viv Johnson (305) 276-6278, 11 to 5 OR
24 Hr Answr Service (305 388-2811. HURRY'"!
BROKERS INVITED!!!! Adjacent Lot Sold for $250 -
00C.0C
**!
.* a
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538-0823
Palmetto Expressway
5 Acres, industrial, near In-
ternational airport, only $30,-
000. Low cash. Terms. Tour
profit could be a life time
o. labor
PAUL T. WALKER,
Realtor
Phone 443-4677
BEST BUY
STUART area 3,700' on 4
Lane US 1 adjacent libby's
Estate Development. For
quick sole $60 front ft.
Phil Schiller, Broker
Phone 945-5493
16300 NE 19th Ave., N.M.B.
ORLANDO 160 ACRES
BUILDERS-INVESTORS DREAM S3000 PER ACRE
| Mile Square Adjacent to Florida Tech. University. Hiqh
dry flat grade level. Portly cleored No swamps or rock.
Good zoning. Phone 538-8258 Sundays and evenings for
legal and maps. EVA FELDMAN REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER. 795
E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah. Phone 888-0963.

#&/ THE MOST DESIRED LOCATION
^Q?/
INVESTING' BUYING7 SELLING
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INVESTMENT REAL ESTATE
GABLES GRAND BAHA.VA Kl
v / rep i c f rep crties
157 Cor
V '/BER OF
THE CORAL GABLES BOARD OF REAL!
AGENTS FOR
THE GRAND BAHAMA DEVELOPMENT CO
LUCAYA/FREEPORT
DAli M | FLIGHT
i
$19.95
144
V
- 1
.**.
DORSEY ARMS
Luxury Condominium Apartment House Residences
The Exclusiveness of Island Living on the Beautiful Intracoastal
in Beautiful Golden Isles
mo a THREE BEDROOM LARGE tPARTMO I HOMES
from
s
29,400 ,s 70,00
>ee Hcauiifullv I urniihed
ffoafeb
(KM \ in *. M. TO ". P.M. DAILY
121 GOfJMCS ISLE l>Kl\ l
!htll:tii Phone 927-:J6f)
. jsC'
.0,0/^ T
Si
enterprises inc.
H:isoil
DIPLOMAT COUNTHV CLUi
GOLF COUSI
r
COlDfN tilfS
HOSPITAL
//\\
I
Dorsey j
Arms
(>An>t)UWAiK ?o
rASH0PP\N6CEfVTfR89
HERE YOU CAN ...
TOWERS
"ilhii iilirnii liaimaiiil
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM 1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM V/j IATH APTS.
FROM $13,090 TO 520,490
00
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
Inc/.Atoirtfononco. Principal, /n'eresf.
FliPN'SHrp MO0ELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
118

JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCr*
Fhone:l9M33J
Kitchens by SjFniGIDAJRE
3 BLOCKS V.EST OF BISCAY NE BLVD. N.E. 126!H ST.
Please Srd F- Color Broch- rej
C0RONADO T0*ERS
1475 N.E. I25.H T.-, = :..N. M,.l. Flo.
Adjr



jy. February H, 1969
> lrni*i fkririirifi
Page 9-E
[Biscayne Blvd. Site
{00 FT. frontoge cast ii4t ol
litcayne Blvd. at N.I. 24 St.
Through block to 4 Ave. 41,
Sq. Ft. Zoned C-1 hi-
tise Brimo location lor
Commercial prolesiional
building, hotel, motel, re*-
laurant Etc. R. V. Waters,
on owner 3131 Segovia 443-
1728 or your realtor.
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial type ttation
(or lease. Good profit poten-
tial. Paid company trailing
Borders ocean waterway In-
terama area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Cor
Oarage. Large screened in
patio. Carport. Partly furnish-
ed. 535,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
M35 N. KKOMi
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Phone 247-0857
SUPER MARKET
FOR SALE
Excellent opportunity for a
Business Man. low invest-
ment. Groceries, Beer and
Wine. Must leave Miami. Very
Good Buy for right party.
3301 S.W. Douglas Road. Call
owner
443-9119
FOR SALE
RES1AURANT
Seafood, Doing Good
Business. Facing Beautiful
Biscayne Bay.
$39,000
534-6153 or 594-7993
VENDING ROUTE
Requires few hours per week.
Investment secured by in-
ventory. Total price $8,000.
International Business
Brokers Inc.
704 Dupont Plain Center,
Miami, Florida
Phone 377-9680
lull JJonr .//.,.,,/u......(
* PAINTING
* CARPENUR
* ROOfING
* PLUMBING MM pr">
* ElfCIRIC AW,
REPAIRED.
tr P *r> .. ,
1 "M
THE ELLIOTT
COMPANY
741 Wc'.nm<)!< >i A.e.
none 538-0611
FOR SALE
DRY CLEANING PLANT
Has all the Biggest Hotels on
Miomi Beach as customers.
All new equipment. $100,000.
$20,000 handles. Building
can be purchased for $30,000
low Cash.
Call 665-4843
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757 1504.

ON THE OCEAN
r
DIRECTIONS
uNUftfrrett
COUNTY-WDE OR STATE WIDE
ALL MORTGAGE ROADS LEAD TO
KEYES-PENN
The Mortgage Company with "Service-ability"
^ KEYES-PENN
~" & MORTGAGE COMPANY
600 B i c k *iI Avenue
Miami, Flo'.di 33131
377-4511
IMPORTING
FROM INDIA
Parties interested in import-
ing humem hair, diamonds
shoes, embroidered silks,
brmswnre, ivory work, car-
pots, b ids and many other
75E-9428.
20 ACRES
IN MARION COUNTY, SEC. 11
TWP, RGE 23,
i2C0 P. Acre Cosh Write:
PRUDENTIAL LAND CO
I Ol-mpic Building,
ni, Florida
IMHW ItSVI IS ||||IV|{
iio^im 11 s
50 Acres 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 attain the relief you desire
Appropriate for roomy waterfront estates, subdivision
cr Club Village development. Owner:
II. V. WATERS
3131 SEGOVIA 443-4728
EDGEWATER BEACH TOWERS
Luxury Condominium Residences
Surf Road between Taylor and Arizona
ON THE OCEAN
LIVE LIKE ROYALTY
PRIVATE TERRACE OVERLOOKING OCEAN
DELUXE EAT-IN ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN
MAGNIFICENT ROOF GARDEN* COVERED GARAGE PACKING
KING SIZE HEATED POOL SAUNA & HEALTH CLUB
SPACIOUS ROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS
and much MUCH MORE
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM OCEAN-VIEW APAR MENTS
FROM $
19,990
PRE-CONSTRUCTION
PRiCED
S- C L
enterprises inc.
LSTOP KICKINGJOURSELF!
^ GOOD DADE LAND I armer e. white, inc.
100,000 sq. ft S4.695 *' c< ** "' I
Its* than 5c a sq.foot! m Tt" "* ma, ** woo ot* lano *.ih tppm\- *
. t <"?'! t > Bun NKHCL squirt toot1 I
HBMHMMHHIHiS Also ft m* your IREE Rejl txa'.f lolot'i and
Ssufi D*dc mip. j.
Excellent locafon. high | NW'E--------------------------------- I
and dry; 2,5,10 acres or "'"""S----------------------------------..
more. Call 448-6584 or c "
mail coupon today!
. t""r.
-1
^m ^m m ^im i ^m him' !? *J
SALES OFFICE at Taylor Street & A1A
Just 3 Blocks North ot Hollywood Beach Hotel
Phone 929-5303 Open 16 A.M. to 5:30 Daily
___________________________Hollywood Bench. Florida
OCEAN
BLVD.


Page 10-B
*Jelstfkridfrn
Friday. February 21. 1969
JQar JMuxvak
MAM KL KI'M.llAl M
Alanuol. son o! Mr. ami Mrs.
siolom KiM'lbaum. will be Bar
Mjt/vah at Kneseth Israel Confu-
tation. Miami Beach, on Saturday,
Feb. 22. when he will chant the
entire iwrtion of the week and
Daven Musaf.
A student at the Hebrew Acaii-
t my of Greater Miami, where he is
n the seventh grade, Manuel is
fluent in three languages.
After the worship services, a
Seudah Mit/vah will be held in
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant
an honor of the celebrant.
Among those who will attend
the Bar Mitzvah are his grand-
mother, Mrs. Sonya Askena/e. and
relatives from Boston. New York,
Chicago and Canada.
ROBKKT KOVAR
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Martin Boyar. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning. Feb. 22.
A student at West Miami Junior
High School, where he is in the
seventh grade. Robert has for four
years played ball with the Khoury
League.
Following the services, a Kid-
dush will be hosted by Robert's
parents in his honor.
Among the guests will be Mrs.
Jessie Boyar and Mrs. Sophie Hie-
Mger, Robert's grandmothers; Sue
and Arthur Hiesiger ami Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gordon, all of New
York.
SIDNEY C.l'ADA(iNO
Sidney, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Ru-
r.olph Guaiiagno. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom
Saturday morning. Ft b. 22.
An eighth grade student at
Ftockway Junior High School,, Sid-
ey i lays trumpi t i: the school
orchestra.
Sidney's parents will host the
Kktdush following Saturday morn-
. si n Ices and a pai t> at their
e Saturday i ii ning in his
nor.
His mat Mr-
, hj ol I'm-'
will I- among ll ests. as
*U1 Mi AN x Haynea of
i bo is
; itudi nl at < Stal L'nivi rsitj
Pel
B
t,Ml ROAENBBRG
; Mr.
Marvii R i will
i Mitzvah on Saturday,
22 at E* :. :
lion, where her parents have lieen
members for 14 years.
An (i^hth grade honor student
at Palmetto Junior High School.
Amy has attended Beth David's
Religious School for six years.
Following the services, at which
RabU Sol Landau will officiate, a
luncheon in honor of the celebrant
will be held at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
Among the guests attending the
i celebration will be Amy's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kdel-
man of Miami Beach, and Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg of Minneap-
| olis, Minn.
.MARK HILDEBRANDT
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. San-
; ford Hildebrant of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday morning. Feb. 22.
A student at Thomas Jefferson
Junior High School, where he is in
the seventh grade. Mark has been
attending the Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School for several years and
will continue with his studies, be-
coming a member of the Confirma-
tion Class of 1970.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held
in his honor following the services,
with friends and relatives celebrat-
ing with the family.

MARK SCHNEIDER
Mark Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Schneider, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion
Saturday. Feb. 22.
A seventh grade student at
Glades Junior High School. Mark
is a Boy Scout and active in many
sports.
Following the services Sabbath
morning. Mark's parents will hast
the Kiddush in his honor, ami a
reception will follow Saturday eve-
ning in the YMHA.
Among those expected to attend
are Mark's grandparents. Mr and
Mrs. Nathan Singer and Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Schneider.
Susan KlameIi
Mark MUebrandt
Mark Itt Sckntider
, .1
Monutl lbum
Amy teieoeere
ii'.
. .^TDOut f^eople and pu
SISAN KI.AMETZ
Susan Beth, daughter o*. Mr. and
Mrs. Theodon Klametz of North
Miami Beach, will observe her Has
Mitzvah Friday evt ning, Feb. 21,
at :' in '!" .1 ah Com H gatlon.
a hoi* r student of the 4th
ass at Beth Torah,
s isan I student ol the
Harold Wolk !'. II ius & 1 '. i<>i
seveia! jears and will con'
with her dies In thi 1
lion C 1970.
A honor of thi
w iii !>< h< M Saturdaj i i
INDIAN TERRITORY JOE
The invitation was for cocktails and dinner
starting at 5:47. It also said, "Surprise, we hopi
The Invitations were computerized, sent out by
Elliot and Ruth ROSOW in honor of Ruth's fathei -
SUth birthday. They had decorated the house with
big banners and in the midwest style. Joe C
the honoree was a real mldweaterner righl in the
middle before Oklahoma was a state. He was
known as Indian Territory Joe. People came
from all over to help him and his wife Ftta cele-
brate his marvelous 80th birthday. As the guests
drank the champagne they looked cautiously
about Not a table in sight and no noise in the
kitchen. Then the chartered bus arrived and
they all piled in to have dinner at the Rendevoul
Room in the David Williams.
Adorable five year old Paula Rosow made a
touching little speech to her grandpa, telling him
to have a happy birthday. Then she said good-
night before the bus rolled off and she went to
bed. When Indian Territory Joe walked into the
dining room after the guests had assembled he
gave a gasp and then said "Well, I don't see any-
one here that I wouldn't have asked myself'" It
was very touching as toasts were given by friend!
of so many years. A huge cake was decorated
with wigwams and Indians and totem poles and
of course "Many More to Indian Territory .i<>e "
The music played all of the old time music and
it was a nostalgic and happy night tor all.
Among the guests were Mr and Mrs. Andrew
Greenfield (friends of 55 yean standing), Mr.
and Mrs Felix Halzband, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Axlrod, Mr and Mrs. Charles Temple. Pansy
Flaum, Mr. and Mrs Mike Spector, Mr and Mrs
Robert Throne, Dr and Mrs. Bill Koblenz, Mr
and Mrs Robert Cooke Mrs James Hodea
- ster-in-law from Mann ttei I and Mrs Mas
I. rett.
THE WEATHER V\ IS
100 PEW EXT I I IWLESS
No ii isi i in Mian I thai w >nd< rf d
cas in Ixta] loe Bei nstein caught ..
in Vai c ia. He took il
aces
with him when he went to M< nJoo C> to
meet his wife Anita. From there they w-.t to
Ixtapalapa a ^pa Ifs a regular Sh.mgn-.. ac-
cording to Anita. They didn't watch TV Hiey
couldn't understand it. not even a commercl d In
English. They rested, relaxed ami wen- Hater-
tabled every night. During the da) 'hey w*nl In
the mineral \**>\ outside and th--t. had It I SO on
the inside They b.th came home raring t :<
COCKTAILS l FEET
It was at the Martin Specters the p It
was in honor of their son Michael and hi. new-
wife Virginia She s as cute nutton She
had on a charming blue frock that -he had de-
i and made herself. Chuck High itfea teat
man) was there and loads ..t their f lends all
real cute looking The weather was great, balmy
Miami weather. People gathered outside to drink
and nibble. Then inside to the most delicious <>f
buffets. The table groined and the guests did
too. they ate so much. All of th. SpOCton -cere
there Lionel Cassel vvas quite concerned about
whether hi- son Ahdn was eating or not. h>- told
his daughter-in-law Ethel that she Should <>k
for him Shi didn't have fir to I .k He a llt-
tlng right across the room with a piled pi i*".
Mrs Rae Rosenthal, Mr and Mrs. } aeph
Ragoviv Mr. and Mi-s Max Greenberg, Dr ind
Mrs Peter Stemcrohn and Mr and Mrs. :>>ren
N' Ison were I here.
Other guests included Mr I Mrs
Gould Mr and Mrs Morris Green* Dr and Mrs
l dward Jerniss, Mr. and Mrs Mai ce F*i
Mr and Mrs David Shedd Mi M-inc.
ii r, Mr ind Mrs Eil Cohi n Mr and Mr*
) Stone, Mi and M
at I Mrs David Sernaker ind Mr nd Mrs I rvid
r Pet< Schenck and r > Gyncth wen
nd Mrs Meyer B skin I left 1
N
Diane ."^usii
Mid his I ano Shit ley \v
l R\\( I LEH I w
ooooc
THE ART BOX PRESENTS EXHIBIT ard SALE
vi.
475 Nl 167 St.
Ph 947-3221
tmi ncruftt
rVASMWC
WILLIAM HABER
COLLECTION LIMITED IOITION
GRAPHIC ARTS
Bali, CbafoH, toys.
Cat, KMSMafjt, IN. IN.
Original lemWit Gays
Ifcbim.
Herzl Group Of Hadassah
'!' Herzl < iroup ol I lad ssal
will hold n- regulai mi ting on
Monday at 11:30 a.m at the Al-
- Hotel. The meeting will i
followed by a luntji fair Pi
is Mrs J'an Weinberg.
OIL PAINTINGS
30 x42" in Beautiful Frames S35.00
Miniatures from $4.00
Allen Feldman 6992 Indian Creek Drive, M.B._______865-3181
TWO FLOORS OF FINE ART
GRAPHICS PAINTINGS
SCULPTURE
EXCLUSIVE SHOWING Of PAINTING BY
SANDU LIBERMAN
OFFICAL PORTRAITIST OF THE
N.f 125th St.
STATE Of ISRAa
BROAD
F
CWSWT.
12426 W DIXIE HWY. Phone 7S1-2091
50 ACRES
ZONED IU-C (INDUSTRIAL)
SEC. 10 55-39
Across from New Tamiami Airport
990' of roafl frontage on SW 120 St.
2640'of road frontage on SW 147 Avc.
Beautiful hign land Runways run
parallel with property eliminating
noise factor. For sale in whole or in
part. Price $5000 per acre Terms:
25- cash. Balance taken back by
seiWrs with excellent terms and good
release clauses.
eorge
A. Si
moa
REALTORS
1177 Bricked Ave.
377-2029
ttff
;0
You are cordially invited
to view the exhibit
paintings by
RAY PROHASKA
February 10 February 28, 1969
Weekdays 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
BACARDI ART GALLERY
21C0 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
MIAMI, FLORIDA
* i
I
FINE PAINTINGS
AND RESTORATIONS
KtOKtl\SO\
1-iilh i its. Inr
627 S. Miami Avenue
rhene 3745713
NOW OPEN
MIAMI'S FABULOUS NEW
vSh ca ui i e QSeau tu
Collcoe
Division of one of America's largest beauty
training institutions
[dedicated to educating ... in the beauty
profession)
COURSES IN
ADVANCE HAMSmiNG
BASIC COSMETOLOGY
BEAUTr SPECIALIST...
IN ONLY 13 WEEKS!
REASONABLE TUITIONS SMALL WEEKLY
PAYMENTS
BEAUTY SERVICES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
AT MINIMUM SCHOOL PRICES!
CLASSES IN ENGLISH ANO SPANISH
~i
8000 IISCUNE BLVD.
M.


Friday. February 21, 1969
* Jkni*l fk-ricJi'tm
Paqe 11 B
Hadassah Slates
Its Education
Day
MAI. SHUl AMIT UGUM
llirshhein Tribute
A i moi i il ti ibutr will l hold
| u \v< rim
Miami Bi aeh. t"
v nniversary i
. : : Hirshbci
vi and imaniln
brii elisfs
,.|. iw, w ill be truesl < aker .'it
\. ni which ill also feature i
Hirshhein's works.
i< n ( hi "V concert vioiii wl
_V ii play Yiddish classic il num-
" VV III be
of tho" Miami B.... h
Had it I,,ii
at Aluii n Hotel, .it il
"i will include a
by three
lei -

lor, Coi ', !: lat ions B< ard
ill tiLs. iss !' i i i 'hi, v"
A braham icui hut is) Rresi-
rii ni ol Zl 'A in Mi imi B< aeh, will
p in Isi ii lr\ In i:.
Schin nt ol the Floi ida
United N'atkM will
isa Peace i I."
ulamil I., gum v, ill be
'. m i.i inch will
b.
M |
' ubson ... ... .inmi n >il
tin- Il
Keyes Compony Adds To Staff
The appointn I il flabriclli
Nash to the sal itafl ol The
K 'yes C* in wnj "s Miami Beach of-
.. i -.... .i b; T il .1.
I 'appas, i-\. .'ii i\' .. ['ii sidenl
and i sales.....
Leaders in the annual Tag Day competition
of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami were ifiom left1: Molly Skell, Tessie
Kirson, Beuiah D. Davis, Tag Day chairman;
Hannah Finn, cochairman; Mrs. Wolf Shk-
lair and Mae Bookman. Also named winn-
ers but not in the photo were; Sarah Rubel,
Fannie Werner, Yetta Greetzman and Gussie
Hoyman.
iabbi Narot Is Named To National
Iverseers Council Of Dropsie College
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
adcx ni Temple Israel of Great* r
Miami, has bifn named t<> tin- Na-
tional Council of Ovcrseera for The
>iiipsii. College for Hebrew and
>;:iiate I.iarniiiK in Philadelphia.
ilis ai>|K>intmcnt was announced
Judge Charles H. Weiner, "I the
|>iti*d States District Court, who
hairman of the National Co in-
\ The National Council, compris-
Ibi? selected lay leaders from every
r- lion of the country, was recent*
Ijr m bjbi1ihm1 to serve in an advis-
ory capacity to the president of
Th>- Dropsie Coll- k*\ I'r. Abraham
L Katsh, noted Hebraic scholar
i ducator.
universHy marking its 60tb year,
with students coming from all over
the world. The Dropsie College is
the only institution of us kind In
the United States completely dedi-
cated to the stud., leading to the '
-:
'A won sectarian post-graduate
dcfrn-e of Doctor <>f Philosophy, of
Hebrew. Miblieal studies, Middle
aatei n cultural languages and
hagtx i J- w .--.'i dm at ion
ibi Narol i oi ns two other
i i ,i i ..I i".-- on thi Na
i 'ouncil F ii lier i timed as
. : Lehi
|ol i'empli
ach, a: II [-and
ion.
Students Offered
Ticket Discounts
Special discounts on tickets to
the National Airlines <>t'n Golf
! Tournament will be allowed stu-
ck nts of South Florida ana col-
leges and universities upon presen-
tation of official student identifi-
cation cards, according to John P
Roberts, general chairman for the
airline's $200,000 inaugural tour-
nament, the PGA Winter Tour's
richest.
Scheduk d for the Country Club
nf Miami, the tournament wil be-
jrui w ith prai tici and qualifying
Mar.
I ted
I
ii. \ -a mners
: ite ,-i ;
i mrnan i
Sidney Siegel, executive direc-
tor of the Hebrew Home for the
Aged (formerly the Jewish Con-
valescent Home) recently at-
tended a conference at the Uni-
versity of Florida on "Feasible
Planning for Social Change in
the Field of Aging."
Mesivta Women's Group
The Worm n's < irganizatkm ol
the M.sivta High School ol Great-
i Miami will hold a "Member-
BringA*Member" luncheon Mon-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the home ol
Mrs Phyllis Rosenberg, 4345 Me-
ridian Ave.. Miami Beach.
FEBRUARY CLEAN OUT
69 CADILLACS ARE MOVING FAST
(AND DO WE HAVE THE TRADES!)
(SS) '66, '67 it CADILLACS MUST IE SOLD M0WI
68 CADILLAC coko. iw** Mh Misswiit 4975
'66 CADILLAC aWLftS^MM
'67 CADILLAC tSSTJrs* *4850
65 CADHIAC BafS5W.^.H
NOLAN-BROWN MOTORS
AvMcxW Codillot fWtr let 0#r 40 Ytort
203* N.E. 2nd Avenus FR 7-4521
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Sctti Se SAVE $100
AM AN A -
CONDITIONER
$299
4020 S.W. 9Sth AVtNUi
SCOTT 2214313
SELL INSTALL REPAIR
20,000 HEAT
17,300 COOL
IF YOU MADE
a GREAT
HEARING
AID
WOULD YOU
KEEP IT
QUIET?
TELEX
DID!
That's why so many
who could never un-
derstand in crowds or
in other noisy spots,
not only stand'noise,
they UNDERSTAND
words and voices.
If you need "Quiet
understanding" Telex
patented "Comfort
Sound" will likely
give it to you.
IT'S PART OF TELEX
"Fight Deafness Crusade"
COME TRY IT!
KAYCARTER
Ttlti Miariac k,i ChIh
311 *rM. Cai SiMm
#**. I i\ Si*i>m
f. M44442
New Wing Is Added
To Retirement Club
Thi Si \ Aviv C"
the enrdi ti siil Kfar Shmar-
yah north ol T< 1 A\ iv.
announces t h addil Ion ol 60 new
air-conditiom I lux-
urj facility catering to .retired
V erica ns nd Cat liai I -om-
bii ing the t- si fi al un s ol a t Iw
v sort hoti l and pi ivate n sidi
.lull, it pro\ kd< bol ii permanent
members and temporary guests
with all hotel services plus s ide
\aiirty it social and cultural ac
ti\ It li s.
With tiii opening ol the ultra
modern new u inn which doubles
its capacity, a schedule ol "get
acquainted tours" has been ar-
ranged. The fust of these tours for
people "lucky enough t>> be over
;i0," will leave New York March 4,
returning June 2. The package in-
cludes round trip El Al jet trai --
portation, all meals, a carefully
planned program "t sightseeing
and an air-conditk>ncd and heated
bedroom-sitting room with privati
bath and balcony. The price oi
$1500 |xt person for three months
is based <>n double occupancy.
Nt vc Avu's VS. repre ntatix-c
can be contacted at Rassco ll
535 Madison Ave., New York 10022.
Biscayne Federal
Announces Election
Of B. L. Eichenbaum
s.
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rral. He joined
iv ings and
loan as!.....ii i
In 1961, and was
promoted scv-
i ral times, from
collections, to
mortgage servicing, He became
assistant vice pn skii nt :n ]';;
and mortgage loan officer in !9fi7.
Mr, Kkthcnbaum is active in
Jewish communal life, and serves
as s. cretary ol Shol m U>
linai B'rith.
Born ami raised in the ai
cite coal region "i Kastern Penn-
sylvania, h"' was raduated from
I.an-foul Nigh School m 1946. He
attended the University <>i Miami.
majored in marketing, and was
ited in I
He i nlistcd in the U S. Armj in
'.' >l, nl a graduati l Army
PleW Vrtillcrj OCS in 1952. He
Mas | leadei lliith anti-
lillery, in Koiva until
ti.it i onl lict
mi ulli ii in the U, of Miami
s, iw, i ,.i i.jiw in Feb. 1954, and
was graduated In June 1956. Il<"
became a member oi the Florida
! u in 1957.
Mr. fichtnboum
Mrs. Norman Juffe left' a:
chairman of the recent Wes'
view Women's Day Luncheoi
and Mrs. Louis K. Cassett, doo
prize cha:iman. reported thU
week that nearly SI00.000 fo
the 1963 Combined Jewish Ap
peal Israel Emergency Func
was raised at the aifair. which
was sponsored bv the Women'!
Division of the Greater Miarr.
Jewish Federation.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No 6Q-?S81
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday. February 21, 1969
Section
Bond Inaugural To
Report On Mideast
Weigh
Crisis
YIGAL ALLON
Allan's Life Symbolizes
Israel's Courage, Spirit
\ \ s outnun i i the Is-
ii> b) in..i. I. ,u ;... la one
ck id 1948, m h( n [si b< I had to
or us independi nee, the
^^< was i\i? higher m favor nf
Arabs. Yet Israel has turvived
major military onslaughts
gered by the Aral's: the 1948
of Liberation, the 1956 Sinai
:i and the 1987 Six-Da)
Each time, the question
How were the people ol
rj able tn overcome the su-
jrity in quantity of men and
annuls lined ii|> against them"
time. Uw answer has been:
superior morale and caliber
at the deltinleis of Israel.
Yigal Allon is one leader whose
symbolizes the quality the
it the courage which have
defined as Israel's "Secret
>n." Horn fifty years a no Oil
mi in the desolate Galilee, he
dw the Deputy Prime Minister
State of Israel His prof) I
farmer, soldi* r, pioneer, lead-
men in war anil peace. His
in the index of Jewish his-
a hero and a living legend,
Deputy Prime Ministi r,
Alton is at the top level
M ael'i Govei nm nt. A major
ji.ii In Israel's Defense Forces
the War ol Independence,
iv,I-. .i k ading member of the
tar> Advisory Committee '"
Prime Minister which formu-
the strateg) and politic '
|y ot the Six-Da) War.
is a born i< aili-i. a vigorous
of a man, with classic and
pngly haiulsoiiii' features He
He ol the in. st popular and
in ial nvn in Israel, who be-
to the small group of nv n
be top responsible foi shaping
it's policy decisions in the cot
pni; Middle East crisis
re in Miami, more than
Hi \in.ri.;. a and ( anaihin
I ish leaders will pa\ tribute
;l)e,iiil\ Prime Minister \!li>n
the climax of the I!m;< later-
I i,. i1 liiau-.-oral < iinlereticc
Israel Bonds at a dinner ill
honor on Saturday evening,
ir< 'i i-,i at the PoDtainebleau
Pwneerinj Family
gal All.hi is a pioneer descend-
rom pin.....rs His gi andfathci
a founder of Rosh Plna, on
i n si Jew is.i settli in. ni
tine and the very first in
lee. His father, who was
in to Pali siine as a boy In
v i a founder ol Kl u
:. ,i village on thi
In 1 iOWi r < Jalilee, That
here Yigal as bori In Octn
1918. Carrj ing foi ward I
familj tradition, he himself wi-
th, fbundi rs 10 yi
mi on H
a at th. fo
Kibbiii/ <;
ililce in .. i ix< n ins h
evet since.
< In his m> 'i hi i side, his at
tors date back lo medii val tim s
in her birthplace. Safed. Although
his ninth, i died when he was only
five years old, she i. it him a i< i
cy of love for Safed which was
deeply impressed on ins mind ami
heart.
Hy the age .if 15, Yigal's hori-
zons expanded from the narrow
confines i>f farm ch .res to the
study ol scientific farming at the
then newly established Kadoorie
Agricultural School near Mt. Ta-
bor. Accepted on a two-year schol-
arship, he proved to he an excel-
lent Student. His skill as a horse-
man made him a desirable candi-
date for '. xtra-curiicular" activi-
ty with the Haranah. the defense
organisation of the Jewish com-
munity during the British Man-
date, Mist youngsters of his age
were members of the Haranah.
Hut Yigal's leadership qualities led
to his selection at the end of the
first school year foi special Ha-
ganah com si- for noncommissioned
officers. Upon finishing the course
Alton was named Haganah sec
tion-commandi r for his village,
It was a logical step from th.re
to the Haganah Officers' Course,
where Yigal met three young men
whose lab r can is lose!) paral-
leled his own
They were Moshe Carmel, s.'u
mon Avidan and Moshe Dayan
all of whom, like Allon. were des-
tined to (> area commanders in
the War oi Independence ten years
later In 1939 when All>n became
an officer-instructor, one ol his
fit si si ud< nts was Yig H Yadin,
who rose lo Chiel of Military Op-
erations and Chiel Stafl in the
Wai "i Indi ;h ndence.
At the age of 21, Allon was
chosen command the Haganah
school for non-commissioned offi-
cers in the J< zn el Valley. It was
her.- that he began to develop his
Ideas ol training and militarj lac-
tics which were to plaj a li cisivi
,,,i.. in the defi nso ol Israel In
1948
[nsti ad of concentrating most
ot ins men in stationary d< fense
positions around isolated Jewish
-,, ui m. nis. h<' led th< m al
through heavily populated Arab
in as in order to stop infiltrators
in the act of crossing the border
from S iii By widening the pe-
rimeter of defense, this strategy
r. suit..i iii a hlght r degree ol pro-
t. cti >n and made it possil I.
more s, in nv nts to be t stab-
lisht rt.
I'almarh < onimandcr
The advent ol World War 11
; s
\olunteei :. .1 s. i..,,. with I
Continued en Page 2-C
Israi I's Di ,...:> Prime Ministi r,
(' ii. ial Yigal Allon, will present a
iled report on Israel's cui rent
-' ation to the 1969 International
I igural Confer, nee for Israel
s, ii was announce d this week
'' Sai.....I Kotiiix.ru. national
.. ii.-. chaii man.
General Alloi ,>i Israel's
st popular and mti tential I. ad-
will he the gui st of honor at
the conference, which will be held
: '" sday, February 27th
thro -h S nda March 2nd al
IU Hotel.
' ,.-h will be at-
I. ore than 2.000 i i the
..st important Jewish l<. .
i n the I nil. d States and I |
ma. will launch a drive to sell
nough l- Bonds In 1969 to
ide ai l -ast hall of Israi I's
Develoi mi nt t ol
lion lor the year.
country'
bringing
present Middle East
hopes anil plans
a peaceful end to
crisis.
lor
the
Mr. Rothl rg md 1 is H
Bo, ar ol Los Ai gi les, chain tan
oi the Board ol i Sovi i nors of the
Isi ai I Bond i >i ganizatlon u.
s< t\ ins; as h irn* n ol the Miami
Inaugural Confi n
<' ichaii men are Max Abrams,
ampai.;ii chairman for t in atet
s- m Y ii !;. ('ol inel Jacob M Ar-
t y, honoi ary i n of c "hi-
cago; Amn in Barness, chaii man of
Los Angi li s. Mon is W B. rinsti in
I All an> N Y n itlonal chaii man
: Leo I Gol .line.
Phila lel| hia;
Ira i lildi n ..i Ni w Yoi k, national
i ah man ol Israi i Bonds; I > Lou
Harris ol T iron! natioi
in foi i '.in., la; Lawn nee G
; I askej ..i Boston, chairman of the
national executive committee, and
Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, national
vice president.
General Allon. who has had B
in a j ii r ride in l.o'nml.it inj; Is-
rael's dOBSSStiC and defense |M>li-
ctas, is expected t<> outline his The conl in.'.' will open with
woi Id pi n .
: Fashion Sh iv u I
will launch the ...
V'omt i s [>i,,.,,,. ,,,), ,. ,|
i
Pi i. .
Abraham F inr* rg. Presid
e Israel B n
iss the plans foi i 19 I
n at the dinn -i .n Sal
i Vi nil .:. March 1st, w
Ail pa. tribiM
) linisler Allon.
Since 1951 th< Israi IB 1
?oui i ol investment I Is
: :
if 1 \
mi theme ol tii.
ii Ion to the ecoi ic m
nl pi ..ill. ms ci > ated b) I
-. lation will be thi I
s in hast< ning ti.....
i' .i ity" ol Israel as it :
to e. |. brate its twenty-l si
, -,ii j oi .. at tainmi nt oi
stoman age ol maturity,
Israel Bond Organization's Efforts
Provided $1.3 Billion For Israel
By DK. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ,
Vice Preaataat.
Israel Kond OrcanizHtion
l
Since the establishment of the
state. Israel has been severely
t.sted in us capacity to survive
and to dcii nd itself against far
superior numbers. It has also i*fn
tested in its ability to fulfill the
promise ol building a nation that
would give its inhabitants the
m.ans to become self-sustaining
In the matter oi d.f. nse anil sur-
vival, it lias passed the t. st with
surprising skill and courage, But
ii test, as we see all too clearly
today, almost two years alter the
June war. is not yet over. It will
not be over until a peace has been
n ached that will give Israel se-
cure boundaries and recognise its
light to live as an independent and
free nation
In the area of reconstruction
and development, Israel has had
just as much oi an uphill struggle
It has hail to endure the h irdslups
of reclaiming rocky and des< I
-i.'ii in the face ol .1 serious short-
Ige ol water. It has also had to
ivercome the handicap <> 1 a lack
Several days prior to his election as President of the United
States, John F. Kennedy stressed Israel's role as a young
democracy and urged support for the Israel Bond effort. He
addressed an audience of some 1,200 wometn in Philadel-
phia at an Israel Bond Fashion Show and Luncheon. Stand-
ing at the podium is Mrs. Arnold D. Cohen, who presided
at the meeting, and seated at the right is Mrs. David Law-
lence, wife of the late Governor of Pennsylvania.
ol natural resources It has had
to develop its industry and con -
nicrce from primitive peginni
in the teeth of a relentless Arah
boycott and blockade. It has had
to take up the challenge of re-
deeming the Nege\ desi 11
turning it into a region 61 set
ment and > conomic gl ow th.
There was another important
test foi Israi I It hail to meet I ic
thorns problem ol absorbing im-
ants from the West and
migrants from thi Easl and of
.i.ws ,,i clashing origit s,
backgrounds, cultures and phi-
losophies into ,1 singli
- people Pi bsui cookei t<
niques proved effectivi
ing the proci ss >l assin itioi
^ration But it w il taki ai
-> n. ration to see thi ibj etive
reali/i d
Is!
past 20 j ears has bei n just as
portant, it not as spectacular, as its
ii \. ni.-nts in withstanding
surviving the open and undimin-
! hostility .1! its Arab neigh-
boi s In la. 1 the sw il < mi si A
\ 1 nts m .'i:':.1 19 strated
111 a verj di nmal Ic fas hii in I
.1 isivi ni >s ol its con< imic ita-
lity in Israel's i| itj tu defei 1
itsell It is tl .,
the Isra "
is been thi if in-
-, stn* :' nd foi Israel d
t he 1 ast is.
In M.i\ 1931 whei 1st 1. I
..... izal i in lai in< h< d
fi'."st sales ca ited
States II d objectivi w
lo fort if) N: ael's iwliti ial indep-
:ie, with economic indepen-
dence No slogan was more ex-
pi ssu.. ot the Bond com epl
more aci uratelj refli cted the n i-
hat confronti d 1st ael al the
Pol le now State w is in
immim nt
.: i.\ the torrentis
..it had begun '
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Economic Program Is Vital To Israel's Survival
Development Budget
Thr vital purposes which [artel Bond fund* will serve .ire
hcticatcd in these allocations of the new Development Budget:
Agriculture and Irrigation ......................S24.ooo.ooo
,imnE ......................................... 5.000.000
Electricity...................................... 13.000.000
^IaiHifncturinK................................... -i* 000.000
r.sportation .................................. 22.000.000
hta and Telephones ........................... 34000.000
Rising ......................................... !M.OO?.O0O
nadi........................................... io.ooo.oo:)
n-emment buildings, including schools and hospitals 26.000.000
Pouriam ........................................ .1.000.000
).i exploration and pipeline! ................... 22.000 00
bcal government projects ...................... 6.000.000
tiacellaneoua and Reserve ...................... 20.000.ooo
kvernor Marvin Mendel of Maryland (left) was honored
week in Miami Beach by national Jewish leaders at a
aer under the auspices of the Israel Bond Organization.
h:s friendship and support of Israel and its economic de-
jprr.ent. Governor Mandel was presented with the Tower
of David Jerusalem Award by Joseph Meyerhoff of Baltimore,
tha> noted national Jewish leader (center) and by Samuel
Roth berg, national Campaign Chairman of Israel Bonds.
Co\. Mandel Is Honored
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paiKn chairman, paid tribute to
Governor Mandel as political
|i ad< r Hi out Handing al llity as
will as humanitarian instincts.
Mr Rothberg pointed out thai the
dinner in honor of the Maryland
executive launched a period ol in-
ii nsive preparation for the In-
augural Conference which will be
asked to adopt a program to pro-
vide at l< BSt hall nl Israi Is De-
veto| mi 1 Budget ol S3 000.000
to finance the growth ol the coun-
try's economy in the coming year,
Prior to being elected in the
governorship, Mr. Mandel "as
Speaker of the Maryland House
ii I telegati s for four years,
B\ SAMI K.I. KOTIIRKRl.
National Chairman,
I-mi-1 Bond lii.uiuin.il ( um|. mih
It has brconic a tradition with
American and Canadian Jewry to '
inaugurate the Israel Bond cam-
ign in Miami. Kaeh year at this
time Miami becomes the cei ter ->f
a highly intensive program of ac- '
thity to mobilize crucial economic
support for Israel. And each year
the impact of these inaugural con- |
fcrences lays the foundation for a
very vigorous campaign through-
out the United States and Canada,
What happens in Miami in the
launching of the Israel Bond cam-
paign is an excellent barometer
ol the attitude of American and
Canadian Jewry. Time and again
they have shown that they are
ever-conscious of the needs of Is-
rael and ever-ready to meet their
obligations and responsibilities.
The 1969 conference will meet
on the eve of Israel's 21st anni-
vi rsarj It is a time when the ele-
ments ol Israel's ongoing crisis ol
survival overshadow its achieve-
n.11 is and its promise for thi
future
At a critical turning point in its
history Israel appears to be hem-
med in on all sides by walls of
Isolation and unconcern and she
fa< is the prospect of 1* Ing all
alone, as she was in June, 19ti7, if
the present tension should boil
over into another explosion and
open conflict.
It is only against this back-
ground that we can fully appraise
thi special role of Israel Bonds
in this year of decision for Israel.
For it is at this time when Israel's
future is at stake that we must
recognize the vital place which
the economic front occupies in the
survival ol the country It is Im-
portant to understand that the
steady progress ol its economic
development program ever slno
the Israel Bond Organization was
al lished is years ago has been
a >: 1 Isivi factor in the countrj"s
capacity to protect itsell
atta< :n \: I this was most force-
full) d< n onstrati d in its peri ids
of dk id
and scopi
press hav<
, \i 1 aoi suits tin
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[srai liona
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I.N.l iv eil n av-
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result ol th
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In 1967 if the -
Wai eli ipment
to yi< Id pi mi ii.. for a time to the
111 gent task 1 : 1 iresi n inj
tion. In 1968. however ,th< G.N.P
showed a record increase ol 11
percent over 1967, bi ii ;li tl
figure for the year to
I ....... 1 00. It is hop- 1 to
achieve a furthei increase ol some
it pi id -1 in 1969.
Unemployment In Israel ha*
shown a similar favorable trend
In 1966, 1-' 1 percent ol Isi Bi I'l
labor force was unemployi d Thi
avera 1 thro.....ut 1968 I
en to 5.6 percent, ami there is a
,-onsiderali> shortage ol skilled
abor today
The Increase in Israel's exports
ias been another most Important
avorable indication, In 1951, when
he Israel Bond drive bi gan, ex-
erts amounted to $70,000.00 I l
1968, the figure is $1,250,001
reflecting the outstandingprogri as
oi Israel's drive toward industrial-
ization and the development of a
modi in economy.
These are impressive figures and
give cause for confidence in Is-
rael's economic future. Vet it is
vital to realize that there are se-
rious weaknesses in this over-all
picture of growth. Exports an
rising, it is true, but Israel's total
balance of payments is simultane-
ously becoming less favorable, be-
cause imports are going up at an
e\.n higher rate In 1966, .the
trade deficit was S437.000.000, In
1968 it had gone up to S615.000.000.
and 11 is estimated that in 1969
it will reach S69O.O0O.000
The solution to the problem, foi
the immediate future at |i asl
must in- sought in an accelerated
economic development that w
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daughter of the late Pume Minister Moshe Sharett, as Ru
doll G. Sonneborn, first president of the Israel Bond Org
ration, prepares to make the presentation of the scroll.
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tralia, Africa, New Zealand, etc.,
for all scholarly purposes,
non-existi n<
Most Ami i ican Jews either do
nol know ..| oi ignore ihe i xisl
i ce ol J- us in Italy, Spain,
Latin An* i Ic i Sui i-
ii and Dili, r i Kotic" placi s
lo know thai Jewish
< on exisl ii' thi se pi
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th st ol days i i modern tunes
Id now be dispi lied.
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in nil material for studj and re-
flection. Tunisian Jews, classified
as Li vantines by i:. n-Gurion,
I ad the highi st birthrate <>i all
nic groups in Tunisia from
1919 to 1938. fi r the last ol
these > ars, the J. wish birthrate
was 302 i i 10.000 pop ilatii i as
.i ainsl 288 for th Mosli ms, 289
i th Italians and 277 for ih.
French nationals in the rountry-
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Friday. Fbruary 21.
leaders ol the Four Winds Committee of
he Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund who secured pledges totaling
nore than SI5,000 are ifrom left1: Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Shaw, honorary cochauman;
Ri-.a Kishon a former Miss Israel 'ho was
guest speaker; and Mr. and Mrs. *'. x
Kolker.
Israel Bond Organization's Efforts
Provided $1.3 Billion For Israel
Continued from Page 1-C
: an expanded economic struc-
i e that would assure the orderly
j- l effective absorption of immi-
^ ants ami to lay the foundations
an <'\; anded economic struc-
t e that would assure the orderly
: : effi i tivi sbsorption of immi-
tits in 1 years ahead.
i is disheartening to record the
'.. i thai In !:*;'> almost 25 yean
: er Hitler, J>ws had to run
:: m the evil of anti-
.- nitism in Eastern Europe. It
v hai i to believe that Jews in
P land anil Czechoslovakia wen
in the targets oi suspicion and
rimination and that a revival
anti-Ji wisl ig once a^ain
> t J.ws in the role of refugees
b the m
.ast yeai 30.000 immigrants
c ne to Isra I Bui they were not
"distress' immigrants, al-
t iugh thi greal majority consist-
ol Jews iron- Eastern Europe
I l other areas ol discrimination.
A very substantial number were
eri ans and Canadians, who
I tH sett If in Israel bei
r y wanted to i- part of its re-
th and pai tners in its future.
is in-distress" influx
resent i verj important de-
opment It mark- the n
of the hope and sire Israel
has had for a long tin* to attract
trained young Americans who
have the tools anil the will to
snari1 Hi advancing the country's
economic aim scientific progress
The success of this program will
de|M nd t sidel at le extent on
the policies established by Israel's
new Ministry of Absorption, which
is headed by Deputy Premier Vi-
nal Allon. and on the financial re-
sources supplied by Israel Bonds
for th"- establishment ol industrial
projects that will broaden the em-
ploymenl opportunities for the
"olim" from the I'nited States.
i la. and Latin America. De- j
leloping the economic conditions
fin immigrant absorption will !
an even greater task tins year
when Israel expects to have a
total imn igration of 35,003.
Whethei In its program of Im-
ant absorption or in otl i
vital asp cts ol its i de-
velopment program, the present
condition ol crisis on its borders .
has placed Israel In a position of
increase d deni n m i on the pro-
the sale ol Israel
Bonds. Altho I [srai I Bond
anization is the
> of -i/. m irking lo
financial aid foi U a has al-
hi< Mil I :
of havii (j chani i total of
S166.500.000 of i- m Dev< I-
ury. w rtich is thi largi il in
monej raised by any organizat
in in-half ol Israi I since 19
Last year the sale of !- a
Bonds produced the impressivi
cash figure of Sl.'tO.500.000. But in
1969 we must sell a larger amount
because Israel expects Israel
Bonds to furnish at least half oi
lbo,50l),000 of Israel's new Devel-
opment Budget for the coming
which amounts to S3 1.000.000
With the exception of 1967, the
ot extraordinary response to
in.' Six Daj Wai I Israi I Boi I
campaign has consistently and
continually grown from year to
year in the substantial sums it has
raised lor Israel's i level-
opment. W< b> lieve t I tl
couraging n cord ol ; ign ss is
result not only of a wider recogni-
ol isi a< I's i con> >n nei Is in a
in"' a ti nsi b it also
iii sti a til;, ruing i u 'id. ncc in its
people To put it at tl way the
ol 1st a< I as a st
Israi I Bond purchasi has i..
Ii d bj a stroi g bw .
ness of tin tremend I--
ra I has made in the de\
! Its econon Th it
: that Israi Bonds in Iru
n wa ... ,
ish :
Seagram's V.0.
Top Import Choice
It is traditional to eat and drink
rich foods and beverages on I'urim.
first b ca it is a holiday which
Is to I*- ci lebrated In as joyouS a '
.i ssible and si condly
beca 'is which at
J| M > Ol Pel sia took
il ng feasts In the
, told that it
.< a l- i-' i (' "! and
: m ab .. dance,
V'ashl wa- : i""- d li as at
feast II a' F sth i was
in het ; ice And it
was I* i i Isther
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season I
S
[real
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u I is w
il with his friei Is I
\~ you already ki w V < I does
i hiskej can It
and for
Sen tails bi fon I
w hi n company
i niei con
nice i- opie. Known by the
rompany it keeps Seagram's Ca-
m V i i Mori' people order and
serve V < > than any other im-
portid whiskey,
JNF Honors Iraqi Victims
NEW YORK IJTAI The Ji
Ish National Fund announced this
week that it will plant a Memorial
it: 11 aqi Mai tyrs in Isi a<
" ", i Weisman, president
anil Dr. Milton Aron, executive
\.. president said the fores! will
memorialize the nine Iraqi Jews
recently executed is Israeli spies
by the Baghdad Government and
u jt| s.'i\.- as ai ict ol solidarity"
with thi ing 2.500 J< ws in
thai co intrj
The decision to plant tru forest
the offieials said followed a
"flood" of requests to JNF ofl
across thi I'nited Stati s that ti
l- plant. I in memory of t
men publicly hanged in Baghdad
Basra
THE
CHOSEN SPREAD
Fleischmann's*.. chosen by more people
than any other premium margarine in
America. And the sweet delicious flavor
of Fleischmann's Unsalted makes it the
perfect spread for any meal or snack.
It's the only sweet margarine made from
100%corn oil. So. besides tasting good-
it's good for you. Look for Fleischmann's
Unsalted in the freezer case
it doesn't have any added
preservatives that could du
its fresh taste. Choose
the chosen one.
.
Broadway Plav U
Set For March Run
In Coroiti.it Grove
The Man in th.- Glass |
one of the s. aaon's most
il Broadway succi -.
opt n Mar 25 at the C i ,
Plavhouse for a two-week i
st ii of the Broad* i :
is Donald Pleaaence, b it
director for the local
are still to be named
The plot concerns i ,
.!. w ish Industrialist a<
i-i aelis .: u ing a Nazi
ii.,d and si Ii ted aw i
New '> irk penthouse to t- : .
i Israel whei
answi is for In-, all- -
agaii -' J- wrv T u di
q estlon of whet
iv in fact a Na/i or i idn
n a hid for wot Id atti nti i
"The Man In thi Glass Boot!
will the comedy i;
s- i \ ice." originally I ;
fo owing a two-wet
Spofford." tarring Hai
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and...00...00...you've made
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you've ever eaten. Real
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National Airlines Offering fiesta Floribbean' Tours
Pag 7-C
TlM glamor of Miami Beach and
CMttlc charm of the Caribbean are
bring combined for the fourth
straight year by National Airlines
in a winter "Fiesta Floribbean"
holiday.
Vacal can choose Miami
Fcach ao mn idations from more
than 50 an-conditioned oreanfront
hotels and mot- Is. Rates start at
S80 per person for a one-week
package, Including breakfast ar.d
dinner.
Three-day < xtension
Fr port an- avail il
trips to
for (44,
IS pi lei '1
at SIT
Cruise huffs can extend their
holiday aboard the Jamaica Queen
to Nassau or Jamaica. Kates start
at $110 f' r the four-day Nat
trip oi $179 for five days i>. twi i n
Miami and Jamaii B
' Fii sta v n ibbean" horns, s in-
clude an in-flight "Florida Flip"
COCktai] and National's exclusive
sun lacket for beach or poolside
wear.
Il you prefer not to drive, sub-
stitutes include round trip trans-
fers between airport and hotel.
Miami sightseeing wa boat and
: bus. and an evening's entertain-
ment at the Fontainebleau Hotel's
Boom Boom Room.
Knesset Delegation To Visit
West Germany In March
BONN(JTA)- A delegation >'
20 members of the Israel Knssi t
Parliament i representing ali par-
ties In the Israel Government will
visit West Germany from March
17-28 and meet with top Gem
l< .-!'! rs.


Anyway you want them
cartons, bags
totally tender naturally sweet
Dish em up for breakfast
Pop em in lunch boxes
Stir em into cakes and cookies
Try em if you've given up sweets for Lent!
Cut out this coupon then cut out for your grocers prune display
TO THE CUSTOMER:
This coupon ii good on any brand-any ityl#
of Prunes from California in bags or carton*.
TO THE OEALEfl:
For each coupon you accept our authorized
agent, we will pay you the lace value, plua 2
for handling, provided you and your customer*,
hate complied with the terms of this offer;
any other application constitutes fraud.
lOt
Invoices trowing your purchase
ol sufficient stock to cover atl
Coupons redeemed must be shown
on request Void if prohibited by
lew taxed or restricted. Cash value
1,20 o' 1 cent Send to California
Prune Advisory Board. P O Bo*
1401, Ct'nton lowa 5?'32 Offer ex-
pires Aug. 30 1969. Good only .n
continental USA.
Of PRUNES
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Friday, February 21. l%g
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Truth And Beauty
r.\ RABBI V BEN-HILLEL
> Ming Kr.ui ,u Miami iifut-h

The urecedin il the
ik <>l i:vm.i> dealt mau.h with
I issues and \ I la
'!'- i >;\ Inii. ami frei d
chosen peo-
ple were to be
to B
ih. ism had excluded
any artificial forms ol art which
might incept of mon-
The ancient civilizations I
oi Eg} pi Ass rla ai d especially
(Jri eo the other hand, arc '
credited with contributions of
. in vat ious art forms.
Question
Box
Bj RABBI SAMUEL I. FOX
\\h> quire that III. t-iitirr auili.'lii '
remain standing during tin- mar-
riag* reremonj f
This tradition is alluded to in
Kal
'abb! Ben-Hillel
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At' and t auty, howevi r,
l strange to Judaism, the literature of thi
avoid- What, then, is the relationship be- (Tlkkune Zohar 10
twe< n the l asic J as es
I i ed in the T. n Command- s
one hand and beauty audience must stand because In-
and art the oth< i ;-: '''' benedictions that
ii v marriage ci ren
- : the xplai i- is a bk ssii For thi
nction that t | | rVhen t opli a
- rib I inthia whole are bl< ss d, it i- n q
v. as to be -lv.ii- (hai all tl rive
In for Lst as the> do I i
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with t essenci s '" that t
ivhi is Truth, stands heca is. lb is liken-
nto a king I Chasan D
ish ent material L'Melechi and oi I stand In
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
The Ti in ol Met ling
. r. thou shall make the tabernacle w Ih ten .-
tains" i Kxod 26 l Vnd I iou shall h ind up the \. il ui d
clasps and shall bring in Ihithei w thin Ih veil thi ^

T! RL'MAH Th. ,. ..
toward the construction ..! the Ta and its .
Gold ind sil\i ind blue, ind purpl and sea
and fine linen an at ind rams' skins tlyed n I
sealskins nd ... ic for the anoint
ind for the sweet i st ;
set, for the < Iplat iKxod
i i to I i
mt wit I The tuhl was to he mail,
to h
a ins. ai
c ivei the i
This recounting of the Weekiy Porfte of the Lew is et'ar.ted
and bated upon "The Graphic Hutoiy of the Jewish Hentaie "
edited by P Wollmjr-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Sh-nnold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5. N Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlanq.

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Furthi m oi i when i
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ntj V.MHA ceremonj bj both sharit
Fiddlei i,, the I
its Purin
March 8
>n Fed. ral Audl-
Soni. t\\ am i
it a brul
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It is I wedding, a
Indei d t he A I 11 loda v st il I

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to Ad
Genei tin I ihm .
vvili .
Y Seniors Do 'Fiddler'
\\ li.\ iisioni ui having the hritte sit
x ""' Mta Beach ,. s,, i:,i chair raiment I
in his
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CANDlEllGHriNG TIME
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Dr Orthodox. Raub. Aloandcr S
Grose 25
JACOB C COHEN COM Ml \
SYNAGOGUE I5r Wjihngtor .
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H sir.,
MIAMI

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Morr,| B.lrr 1
ANSHE EMI
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Reform. I
Herbert Ban v
Kyrr 3

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Conrvl.r Rabbi Sol Lan
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OrthodL. Rabbi D.lv d i
Canter ai raham Sr.t
SINAI TEMPLE, ot NORTH DADE
Terrporary oft.ee. 1S8CI NE :.'nd Ayr
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Con.ervat.ve Rabb. Ralph Ol.x. Comerv.-i:, v- R.,
Cantor I Ben Ar. 13 ovv.t. Car:.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6SC0 N M.am, NERTA-- MPLEI 80th St and
A** C .- Ral-Di Ralph Tatom ..,., .
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TIFI I ACOB TEVPLE
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Rai Klein 15
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dox. Rabb. Solon ...... 5
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BETH KODESH
Modern
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M.AMI BEACH .","" n9tn Ave R"**" *
AGLDATH ISRAEL rSoi Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox Ratb. lr*ac Ever 17 NORTH MIAMI BEACH
rt vple s:v, r.r^nan,
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Con,ervat ,e. Rabb. M.well Berger
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Comervat.ve Rabb, Dav.d Shap.ro
C.intor Yehud.th He.thraun. 47
MiRAMAR
'S5,AES- ,TEVpLE. 3W0 SW 69th
Way I Itlyf
POM? A NO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE. 13,'SE nth Ave
Con.ervat.ve Ranh. Morn, A. Skop
C .htor Michael Frederick 40
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Abra-
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MIAMI St Re'.
Rabb. Joieph R N 10
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3'75 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rahb. Avrom L
Draz.n. Car tor Nathan Parnast 11
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dox. Rai>L. joaeph E. R #
Ew'cONCREGAT.ON. "JSo W O ",.E MwvN Con CA'
wa.i.ina.on Av- Orthodox. Rabb. Dav.d RoerTirt r
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE,. 170< Waih-
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabb,
Irving Lehrman. Aimiini R.hK, ^^ '
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Friday, February 21. 1969
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New Postal Policy
Removes Politics
From Job Filling
a landmark di rision made b>
Pr tident Richard Nixon and Win-
Ion M Blount, postmaster gpnn il,
i ovm postri iasti r and rural rai -
i i appoints fi .ii i'ii' politi-
cal patroi n Postn
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: with thi to;i qu
i i a I Ion i will bo i
incj
Si u Ii gislai !". v III I

which has l"
Ii ni since I
Kranklii l' l*i this sysl
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from I
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"Sly uvi rri iiioi
Mr.
I he Amci ican people w ith I
lbli> postal Borvice The i
mu\ al of th
jobs irc Is a vit
tow thai
Hank of (.oral Gables
Opens, Dade's Newesl
N '. 'ii en foi busim sv in i
i ii y quai lers i1 1418 P
i on Blvd B ink of Coi i iabl s
i-. I lade Count} i west i in
rial bank. Its pri an< iii qii irt" i s
under construction a hnll
north, at the corner i mca
Avi and P In w ill be
' I ,i- .it: affiliate ol !:
sidi Bai ilidtown
Miami.
l' .|.(' i.i',. i- hail m in
board ol the Bank ol Cora G
r president Ls Tully K
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lent t vice pr sident
bit Thon K*. 'i.i.
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Pictured above is '. r view o{ the Siar o! David Mausol M
Gardens. Hollywood. Florida.
Memorial Gardens Open To All Faiths
l icated ..ii Taft Street
t< Road Si i n In the \\ it
I ol I '"I yv......I. i he Hollyv
Memorial Gardei I it
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sly, u ith t'i' new < 'ai II-
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Friday. February 21. 1969
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Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN tl
i In -me-* U -IT H |U>U IMlli
I ^ .-. ANIMAL IL .-I "
ki '!'. S I' Miami (: n !. i
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,.n. i'ii uk*x Clerk
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. (9-1588
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
II vr.ltv LEE WOOD,
I tiff.
: E v ID.
lanl
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II -rk
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rilR IEWISH I". 'HUMAN
Dt'NH AND ORDERED m
i I i ibta 17th day "i Janu ii
K I' I EATHBRMAN, Clerk,
On uit fourt.Had-- Count) Florida
I C- P. C1 'I'll VND
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sivci \u: l.c'is a- HPTTOE
Mfn 'I I duPonl Build
Atti rney for Plaintiff
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 69 980
NOTICE OF SUIT
.1' ISEPH MAROCN nnd
V \ RIE M VR< 'I -V hli lf
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v*.
PRANK OIB80N and
MARI.ERI'THUIBBON.hli wlfa
Defendant*
TO PRANK GIBSON u I
MAIil.K KITH C.IBSOK,
hi-- wife Fann) Illbaon
,i nt Street oi \\ .-nue
Bdin, North Carolina
Tou are HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
, n ictlon In forecloae .in Acreero.
for Dead b) JOSEPH MAH'HN. and
IMAKIE MAROCN on the following
property Dad County, Florida,
"Lot 11 In Black i 'fPiRSTADPi-
TION TO WE8TWOOD LAKE.
according t the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Booh W, at Pbk
of the Puhli'- Reeorda "I D.nle
County. Florida, togethei with
the Improvement! ihareopon
1 ., bean filed against yi.u and you
are re nl yout
I written defenaea if any, on JOSEPH
li YOlfNO, avi i .i rot the Plali
tiff. h,--i' addreai li 4TS Blltmni
i\.<>. Suite 10", Coral Oablea, Flo-
rida, MI34, and file the original with
Clerk of the abovi M) led Court
,., i the mi day ol M
othi '- a Judgment ma) I i
. ntered agali t you I r the relli' d<
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BY HENRY LEONARD
because our new lodge pre
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCEKY
No. 69-1S37
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ji IIINNIK H \.\ll"'l IN,
Plaintiff.
ROSIK HAMPTON,
Defendant
TO: ROKIE HAMPTON
l)ji Monroa sir. ,i N.W
\\ nslinmt.Mi. I> C
Tu lU'.sll-: IIAMITON, |i-l.i.L.nl
hereby imt.fuil that .1 liill of
mi fm Divorre h i- baM filial
nt you, ami >"" rn r.-.|nu-.l
_orvf u inpv of your AnWC "r
Plejadiiik.- to tilt- Bill of Cnmtu.unt on
^^lulotiff h Altorn.y. I It MAY-
in,. Qovsraaa lunliluk Miami.
Ja 8313^ and Me the oria-tn.il
Ajuewn' or Plauidinic in tin- offttM "f
5a 'Clerk uf I he fir. ult fourt on or
"are th. Iih d:,> ..f M.nrii. I Ml if
Uall I" !" "'. JudKmenl by default
^.J hi- takr-n aaain--t yoi lor 'hi-
rWtef cl. in. in .I.. I in the fill -f fnm-
Db>bM
Tkia iintl.-i- ahall he published enw
Mft Week for fnUr ill' .-ei lit V H'eekM
la Tin li u ism ki hkiihan
DON, AM) ORDERKIl a' Mlnmi.
PkieSa, thli .,7th dur of January A Ii
1MI.
ll I I" \TH|-.ltMAN. fl-rk.
Clreuii Court DadeCounty, Florida
By: K M I TM W
I i.nu'v fl.rk
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1410 Coi Bu Idlnn
Miami, Hot da Ml IS
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Attorney f"i I l.iim.lf
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT I'" I-: is iikki-.i:) i;isi-lv 'in'
the undi
in huaini" l" ii-
at KEY Flo'tlOA i:AIM>1:N ill
8.W. 6th .-
to reclater .ml nann iih il" f i'
of the fir- ...i fourt ,1 I .1. fount*.
Florida
LA IUA.Mi:l-A IN."
i| 14-J1-28 S/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-1705
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
iEKAI.D DEVEAI \
Plaintiff
mki!i.i:m; deve mx
Tl i MKHUENE 0B\ i:\i\
c/o Lui ayen li. .. h Hotel
l> ii Hoi Ut
Ft aeport, Bahamaa
You. MKItl.KNK DBVEAPX
hereby notified ih.it a Hill "i Com-
plaint for lnv,,r, has I.....
you, and you ara nnuireil to
-,i\.- cop) "f yow Asawar or l'had-
ma to the Hill of Complaint on the
PlaintlfPa attorney. SK.lt. fIREEN-
SPAHN, KETFETSS A f.Al.I.Af.Hi:it.
T"! Alnatey Buildli.t:. Miami. Florida
.mil file the orUplnal Anawei "r Plead
ma In the office "f the Clerk of the
Circuit fourt on "r 1','for. thi t'h day
of March. 1S It >"U fall 10 do BO,
juiIkih* nt by ilefauii v ill be taken
asaTnat you f"r the relief demanded
in the Bill of ComplalBi
Thin notice ahall be pabliahed once
each wi-i-k for fnur mnaecutlve weeka
In THK JEWISH FI.OHiniAN
DONE AM> ORDERED : Miami,
Florida, thli Wtn day of January
Al) l<9
K li I.BATHERMAN fink
Circuit Court, Bade County, Klorlda
H) f P foi-Kl.ANH
I > put) Clerk
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SER, UREBN8PAHN.
KBTFETZ a Q M.UAOHER
aii..in. i f,,r Plaintiff
: I Alnale) Uulldlna
Miami. Florida
B) MF.IAVN QREENSPAHN.
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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. 69-1739
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Jl ' -
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VENERANDA CABRERA I '
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Tl \ KNKRANDA CABItERA
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Havai i Cuba
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HI.AM '.i ..... hei b) iiotll .1 thai -i
Kill of Complaint for Divorce DA*
i.'i ni, ,i aa-amal yoo, and pou are
required i" aerva a "i'\ *'f your
An-A, i or Pleading to the BUI "f
foniiduint on the Plalntlffi Attornay,
SCHWARTZ stilWAliTZ, k.'l Bay-
bold BulldiiiK. Miami. Florida 33132
and file i he original A newer or Plead-
ing In the office of the f lerk of the
flr.-ult Court on or before the 4th
lay of March, IMS. If you fall to do
ao, iu.Uiii, nt by default will be taken
.iK.im.il you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of fompluhit.
Thi* notice ahall be puhllibod once
each week far four fomwutive weeka
111 THK JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
HONK AND OILDEltKD at Miami.
Florida, thin 29th day of January,
A D. 1M
E B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit fourt.
Dude County. Klorlda
Hy: CL P. COPKI.AND
Deputy Clerk
H'lrault Court Seal)
Sf HWAKTZ & hCIIWAKTZ
-."I Seybold HuI1.1i.ik
.Miami. Klorlda S3132
Attorneya for Plaintiff
1/31 2/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74452 C
IN RE i:
.-ii.'.i i-iki. i "UN
11,
NOTICE OF INTENTION
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
\i iTIi '!; Ih hel
hav< filed "ii. Final I
Pelltini
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CEFERIVt .;. iNZ M.I7
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
it. underalgned, realnng to engage
in 111--11 mi under ihi fictitious name
of VAGABOND DRIVE IN ai 1360
Bunaat Drlva, South Miami Intenda
.., i.i-.-'.r -....I name with ih, I .
>,f ih. Circuit Court "l Dade County.
Florida
r*ARLO TROVATO
KESSI.ER MASSEY
\ BECKERMAN
Al torn* i '"i Applli .hi'
49S Biltmore \\ ..\. I !oral flahb -
3 7-14 .'!-:
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HKIU-.'liY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter Iff of Florida
ntatutea Aimotnt^l (1M1), Ware-
i ii in. n anil \\'-irehou?oi Itecelpta.
Wherein ABK VAN LINKS a rTorldu
corponuloa b) vir'u.- ..f u- warahouae
ion has In 11s poaaeaaion the follow-
ing deacrlbed property:
Card Houaehold aooda a the property
nl JAMK48 Kl.MhS< whoea l.i-i known
was I.'.. Ml 8 W I :r.l i ,.url.
Miami, Florida and thai on the 7ih
nl March, IBS during the leital
houm gale, mainly hetween 11:00
and ,mi In the afternoon at
S u 14th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Und. -ii-ii.it shall offer ft.r wile
i" th. i i-h< -! bidder for eaah In hand
the ibovi di ncrlbod property of
.i \ .ii:s MMI.S
i al Mi.nn Florida, thl* 7th
, da) -1 Fel mar) I
- it-Si
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
underalgnad, dealrtng i.. eiiEaKc
in bualneaa uii.l.-r the ftotitloua name
ROSE MARIE FEMININE FASH-
IONS AND BEACB WEAR at 17210
tVdlina Av, nue Intenda i>< regtater
in. ith th. Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l*;nl.' County, Florida.
EDGAR GAl'DIOSI
.1 l: KEYS
Ml \ r Appli. ant
mm | ayne Brvd
2-7-14 I
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 69-1943
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
\M.MIK MAi; Jl IHNSON
Plaintiff,
va
SAMPEL- JOHNS) IN
I iefendanl
TO RAMCEI JOHNSON
l ...--i know ii reaiden.
.....I mallli .: ."Mi e# -
i:. r..l I lellvery
Holly Hill, *iuth Carolina
VI if ARE HEREBY M ITIFIBB ihal
for Dlyor.
ii ulred to
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ILBERT Wll.l K'
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be entered nut you
'1- m 11 ,1. ,1 i t com-
pel
Thlt I hi pul i I once
each we. ........ utlvi weeki
in THK JEW ISH Fl I IRIDIAN
WITNESS nn hand and the il
a- il M Florida .m ihi
3r.l day of Fi hru iry. IMS
i: I' I.EATHERMAN.
A' '' Circuit I '"urt
1 ide County. Flor I I
By f P COPEIjAND
a Deputy Clerk
(fir. nn Court Senl)
ALBERT WII.BNRKY
Milk Blar-ayne Hide Miami, Via
Attorney fur Plaintiff
I 7-14-S1-M
II Kit MINIA r <.. ./'.', i
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HERMINI V E INZAI.EZ
Pa 11ei St reel
N. w Brunaw lek. New .Ter*e)
u. HERMINIA i: li
herel y notified thai n It il of
a mi ttdi | .
been filed .. in
v, ,|n,r, .i in aervi i
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Miami, i
\ nau er or P
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rull t*. 'i "" or before ih.' Rrd day
of Mav. i ''. li you fail I" do
Judgment b) ,i, fault w 'ii he i
agntnat you fot I len d. il
the BI1 '
Tin- nntlci bi nubl hed
- i nut Ivi \.
in THE JEWISH I'.'.IMDI \ v
DONE \ND ORDERED ..' M
llori.li thin i'ii day "i January
A I 194(0
E 11 l.i: ITHERM IN
fir, uii Coui I, IL"
Bj K M I.YMAN
i nuty f l. rk
(ClrctiH court S- i i
SIDNEY EFRONSON, ESQCIRE
.' \iusli v T-uildlng
Miami Florida JS1 K!
Atioi i" ya for Plaintiff
' 12/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69.T434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
It ul. PEREZ
P .iiff.
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Ri -s \ i JIU'Z OARCIA PERI'.'/.
11. fen.lani.
BtiSA T.IZ GARCI \ PEREZ
4<-2nd A\ mi'
Newwark, N< rt 1
u R< ISA CHI Z M.f IA PEREZ,
hereb) notified thai Hill l
Complaint for Divorce ban I
Kjra -i u and you an required
i., \ n ti | nl n- \ i-er or
Plead 11 g to 11 Bill of Com
I the Plaintiff* attorney, JACK .1
\\ KISS Ml S.M Streel Miami
Florida and file tl Iglnal
Am-wi r ,,r Pleadlni
the ri. rk "f ii"- Circuit i
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFT,
ELEVENTH J U D IC I A L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNT*r*-IN CHANCERY
l*> 6i IT920
SUlTfb'l DIVORCE'
MAIM AN \ rrAI HANK
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NOTICE B> PUBLICATION
IN THE CMC LIT COURT OF 'HI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCA I
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 69-2314
su:T FOR ANNULMENT
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH6
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-.'086
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CAR!. RHAFBR,
Plaintiff
BARBARA SHAFER.
Defendant
TO: BARBARA SHAKER
10113 Wlloak Street
Houatin, Texaa
Tou. IIARRARA SHAFER. are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce haa been filed aaatnrt
you. and you axe required to erve a
oopv of your Anfwer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on Ihe Plaintiff*
attorney. IRWIN 0. CHRISTIE. Jd
UK. ivne Hotilevard. Miami. Ilorlda
I |.m .
lit Court Si i
JACK i VVI
844 S \\ '-.-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82168-A
In RE: Estate of
MORRIS AU'BRT
I.-, ..-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraona ll
,n*t Clainu or Ihsmunda \i .,
Batata
You are hereb) ......fled and required
to present any claim* and demand*
whi.-h you maj hav< again*) tl"-
tnte of MORIUfi AIJ'BRT deceaaed
late of Hade County, Florida, i" ihe
County Judge* "i Bade County,
file in. -am.- In duplicate and a* pro-
vided in Section 7M lti, Florida Sta
tut.--, m iheii offlcet n il" Count)
Courthouse in l...' County Florida,
within aii calendar montha from the
nme of the lirst publication hereol "i
the Maine will b. barred.
pat ad at Miami. Florida, th.- 4th
da) "I K.h A 11 l!Hi'i
EVELYN Ni'SSHU M
KITH MKRRITT
ROBERT ZANB Ai.n:ilT
A* Bseeutori
Flral publication of thi- notl on
the nth duv of February, 19**
APAHHER AN'D IttaSKIN'
I'WIKKSSIl IN A I. A SSi if I AIL IN
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ii River Road
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8^223-C
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ion North Bi a) ne Blvd.
Miami, Florida
and file the original An*wer or Plead-
Ina In the office of ihe clerk of the i -.V..' r I... ." ,
Cireuit Court on or before the 11th
.lay ,.f March. l"Mn If you fall to do
en. judgment by default Mill he Igjcga
agnlnal vou for (He reHef demanded
m the Hill of Complaint
Tin- notice ahall be puhllahed one*
eaeh week f.r four conaarutlve weeka
Tin: JEWISH ll' uMlil \ \
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB 18 i"......IVEN Ihal
the ii .! ralgned, debiting t" engage
DONE >M> it t t--1 r t -1 > ..t Miami.! m Mi^lneaa under H" fl. titlou- name
i al n i:
. si S Miami I:- h In-
ter aald i ii i he
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Florida, ih Itfa da) id February a D
1961
i: r I.EA1 HERM \N. Clerk
Circuit Court, |i..... County, l-'ioi
i C. F '"I'll v vii
11. out> Clerk
.f ii. ii Com i Bi
1IIU IN fl PHRISTIE
i '" H.iulevard
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
: 7-14.1 M
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No S9-23M
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\VTl I IB SMITH.
Plain I if.
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KIM.A V \F MITII.
I fendiuii
TO MRS lli \ .\' VE SMITH
K.-M.i.'i... Cnknown
Tou. kit a m VE smith, an hi n
by notified that a Hill of f mpl>
for Divorce haa been filed agalnet
you, ....I you an roqulred to aerva
a con) nl your v lawer or Pleading
to the Bill of Complalnl "n the
Plalnttfri attorney, K\\\ OFFICES
OK MAN P. ENGBI, 17m> N \V Til-
ml Florida. Telephone
43-!K3ti and file the original Anawei
or Pleading In th.- office .-i th. Clerk
.. fthe f:r ii Court on or before the
tat day nl Man h ISS9 n j "ii fail
i" .1,. an ludgment bj default i^ill be
taki i >.-ii for .li
mandi il Ihi Bill of I 'ompl ilnt.
Tl. ii a : ahall !" publlahed oi
each week ui ccutivi m. i
In THE JEM ISH FLORID1 W
DONE VXD KRDBRED il Miami
iT.-i Ida, Hi "Hi da) "f Fi bruar) \ i
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f ii nn Cou I. i. f u \ I 'lorida
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Friday. February 21. 1969
Hussein Says He Won't Control Terrorists
Li &TOON >JTA> In an inter- Bank. He tapes for a "mon b'
view puUiahed this weok in the
ion Times, King Hassein of
Jordan said that h.' has no wish
to conti il Palestinian commandos
a. tr Israel from Jordan-
' hat he never offered
I noui his claim to the Wesl
ancoii" American polic) toward
tho Middle East from th. Hxoi
Administration, he said, and be-
lieves tl r.... weigh) ol I two
pr-powers United States and
So*. i< i R issia has yet to -..
itself fell in tin Middle Easl
reports thai he was
a "prisoner" "f Palestinian com-
mando groups and thai he did not
have the power to suppress them
as "Israi li | i. da," Jord
'>th is thai
I 3o not want to control or sm
press them. They are the fijrhtini:
.11 m ol the Palestinian people who
are, and have bim tor 30 years,
,i sufferers In the Arab-
Israeli conflict They have or-
ganized themselves to tight '"'
Hi. ir homelands, as they have
\i ry right to d<>."
In two separate dashes in the
QosM Heiphts and Beisan Valley
unions. Israeli forces killed tu.,
; saboteurs and m teed arms, immi -
mtion and explosives. An Isia. j
patrol surprised a group of s
teura neau Manias, in the north
("..iiar; Heights, killing one. Antrt
i a at killed and il ns at I
more may have bees killed
r,. ih. : in the B< I near l
Jordan Rl
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