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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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' cJewish Flor idlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42
Number 9
Miami. Florida Friday, February 28, 1969
Three Sections Pr.ce 21?

VISAS DELAYED
Rabbis Are
Barred From
Observance
SALEM fJTAl A Soviet
itatton to Israeli Sephardic
...Mji Yitzhak Nissim, and
' | to Aahkenazic Chief
! i Is* r L'nti rman to attend a
Irtl day > lebration in Moa-
for Chfc f Ral bi Yehud i Leib
red to en a
ganda play.
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R Nlssi
up to the last
i it Rabl N
Atx n Is res
> n inc li d 'i': i
Iiave land- scow
tan ..i it,. Sabl
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t iii. n on F< b. 23.
re i ithoi ii" a to
visas to ( in, i Rabbi lm-
i anucl Jakol :/ ol Britain
M A M Rose force I I hi m a to
i abandon their scheduled visits.
' ither It ading rabl is also were
.id by the Jewish religious
nmunlty ol Moscow, apparent-
i. with approval ol th,' Soviet au-
: i il ill' t.
Rabl i Bernard A Poupko, ,>i
P.ttsburgh. who was designated '"
attend p representatives of the
Habbimcal Council of America,
as denied a visa on ordati from '
Um Soviet Government in Moscow.
: >a:d his widely published anti-
Soviet arii,Irs apparently had
been the cause of tin- visa denial.
Two New York rabbis and an
American Jesuit priest were the |
( ly American spiritual leaders in :
Moscow to pay tribute to Hal,in
Levin on the occasion of his birth-
< :
Rabbi Arthur Schneier, of the
Park Kast Synagogue, spoke to the
congregation. Rev. C. J. McNaspy,
editor ->f the Jesuit weekly Amer-
ica, joined a erowd of 2.000 Mos-
cow Jews who Jammed the syna-
gogue at special birthday services
rmbbi David Hollander, ol the
Mount Kden Jewish ("enter in The
Bronx was delayed in I.ondon and
arrived in the Soviet capital too
Iflte for the services. The New
Yorkers, close friends of Rabbi Le-
vin, wan the only American rab-
bit who managed to obtain Soviet
v isas.
Ral in Schneier brought Ral W
Continued on Pago 12-A

NO VISA FOR
RABBI LANDAU
An apparent attempt by
Soviet authority 8 to pn
the participation by most
Ann mail ral,Ins in the birth-
o lebration of Moscow
Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Le-
vin kept one Miami spiritual
leader from attending the
i \i nt. Rabbi Sol Landau of
Beth David Congregation
was k.pi waiting both at the
Soviet embassy in Washing-
ton ami at the consulate in
New York with promises of
a visa. The visa, however,
WU ni v, l issued.
Israelis, World Jewry
Mourn EshkoFs Death
CHIlf RABBI NISSIM
For the firsl time in its two
les ol historj. Israel i his week
was forced into a change ol lead-
ership by the sudden death of its
Pi imi Ministi i
Pn mil r Levi Eshkol succumbed
to a hear) attack Wednesday
i on ii g at the age of 73, as Israel
was facing the problem ol mount-
ing attacks by terrorisl forces in-
filtr itin its i".1,1, rs Funeral
strvii will be hi l-l Fi iday hi n
Rabin Will Address
Inaugural Dinner
With ition ol
terrorisl acts again:' Israi I, the
Israel Bond Inaugural Conference
mi ling .ii 'li' Fii lainebli an Ho-
tel this weekend h is ass in* >l the
characti r ol > national di monstra-
iioii ,,i -.,, idai ii.. i Ith the pi ople
of Israel.
i ins react! n was Indicated this
wei k in the greatly Increased re-
sponse to the pre-lnaugural phase
,,i the 1968 Israel Bond campaign
Purchases of Israel Bonds were re-
ported this wei k at a higher levi l
than ii, any pn \ ious yeai. and
there is mounting support foi the
unanimous adoption of a record
quota "i $200,000,000 I or 1969
Israel Ambassador Yitzhak
Rabin Will address the Inaugural
dinner Batnrdaj evening In place
iii Yigal \n,hi who was named
interim I'remier of Israel, after
KsliLol's ill :itll.
I .s. Si'iinair Char lea K. Good*
ell of New York will join Oeffl-
Continuee on Pqo 6-A
the late Premier will l- buried in
Degania, the settlemenl he helped
, stablish In 1920.
Deputy Prime Mlnistei y/l
Allon, who was to havi addressed
the Inaugural ("onfen nee ol the
Is?a< i B nd i Tgani atIon Sal ir-
da> i v ning in Miami !> ach,
named h. the Cabinet as interim
ie \i;p istei foi i 30-d
i iod i': l Laboi Poi Ij G
i nl is rxp ctcd to i
tierma nl cci ssor at I
i n Israi
nrol I f Aiata

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abroad, m ws ol Ks ik< > d< ith
,s I witl
row in Jewish
throughout th
ers of the 1 Bond
,"onfi rei ii i inci 'I that, at the
quesl i il Ihi Isra I G >\ i nment,
tin confi i nee will in- h Id as
plai m d w :' i s|> cial memoi ial
Irihtiti s to I he late Pn mil i
nl,,I for the various sessions The
Fashion Show scheduled for
Thursday, however, was canceled.
l-i.i, i Ambassador Yitzhak Ra-
bin will be the guest speakei at
Resumption Of Jarring Mission
Talks Is Welcomed By Israelis
If VltSHK 01
r Sal la '
.. ii nee ii place ol i'
A i in ho is forci I to caiicel
to Mian i l ''
p ,.,--
i n Wi im sdaj afti rnoon at a
s;h rial community rrn moi is il
i ring held at the Hebrew A a l<
, i ireati Miami which was id-
Iri ssi d b> Rabbi Alt xander (ii
I. and Leonard Rosen,
. haii 'nan iii the boai I
The Rabbinical Council of Great-
1 Miami announced thai special
'memorial prayers will be recited
for the late Premier this week-
end m synagogues and temples
Continued on Pago 8-A
UNITED NATIONS N Y iJTAl
Diplomatic Circles here and In
Jerusalem ibis week welcomed the
forthcoming resumption in the
Middle East >f United Nations]
special >> I>r. Gunnar V. Jar-
ring's peace mission. Some Israi
viewed bis imminent return to Cy-
prus to renew the mission that he
suspended late last year as in-
dicative that no substantial pro-
gress had i.....n achieved In bi*'
lateral talks among the Big Four
at United Nations headrniari
Secretary-General I' Thant's sp ci-
al representativt was expected to I
visit Jerusalem, Carlo and Jordan
in an effort to bring the contend-
big parties together on a settle-
ment and tamp down the escalating
Middle Easl
The decision to send Dr Jarring
in another circuit of the capitals
w.is made despite a reported lack
if progress in conversation among
the United States. French. Rus-
sian and British UN envoys aimed
at seeking an accord that would
-i 11 ngthen his mission.
Tho ring on the possibility of holding
,i formal, full-dress Big Four Con-
ference t,i work "ut a program for
i Mideasl si ttli men! to be i fleet-
ed bj Di Jarring. The United
Slates was said in I*- resisting a
French and Soviet desire to have
the UN Impi se pi ic an appn
thai Israel likens to a "Munich
settlement." The rs. was said to
be awaiting answers from the
other major powers on a proposed
Knur Power statement re-endors-
ing the Jarring mission which was
nandated by the Securit) Coun-
!ell's Nov.. -"-'. 1967 Mideasl pace
, solution.
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IN THIS ISSUE .
Alsop 4-A Lehman 6-B
Bar MitivahtlOB "eal Estate 8-9B
Book Review 9 C Sermon 8-C
Candelight'g 8-C Synagogue* 8-C
Cohen -A Torah 8-C
Dining SC TV 8-C
Kdltoriali 4-A weddings 6-B
Engagem'ts 6-B woman-*
Obituaries B World SB
VVVVVVVrV^^rVVWVvV UNPRECEDENTED PACE'
Intensive CJA-IEF Effort Launched
Si.hi n d mi by rccord-shattei ing
gifts announced at the 1969 Initial
Gifts dinner, more than 850 volun-
ti, r u,ii I,, is of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund this week launched simul-
taneous Individual and group solic-
itations ol Greater Miami's J'wish
community.
Campaign figures loared paal
(the $2,100,000 mark as Robert
Russell, general chairman, outlined
the plans for th.- intensive drive
to major division leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's CJA-IEF campaign.
Mr RUSK II endited the Wom-
en's Division headed by Mrs. Sid-
ney Schwartz, which set "an un-
pn cedented pace running an al-
most unbelievable 100 percent
ahead of last year In cauls coven 1
to date."
The Tradi s and Professions Di-
visions, under the leadership ol
David I'- Fleeman, Federation
vice president, stepped up commit-
tee and fund-raising meetings with
Initial results maintaining the rat<
ni 60 percent ahead of lasl year
High Rise meetings continued at
the rale ol lour or five a week,
tinier the chairmanship of Ben
I- ssen and leaders of the Paci
icrs and SiN-cial Gifts Committei ,
announced that personal visits to
jail $l,000-and-over contributors
win be made by top campaign
workers on behalf of the twin
,b Ive.
Led by ni, a rabbis who returned
from a fact-finding United Jewis i
Appeal Study Mission t'i Israel and
the occ ipi< d lands ol the Six 111
War Gn ati r Miami synaga
and temples formulated plans foi
i pai ate dinner, breakfast, lunch
ii d othei lm tings In their Indi-
i idual congregali i
"The spun ol Ibis camp.i.
iinparalleli d i \< n in the histoi ic
Is,ail Emergency Fund drive ol
June 1967," Mr, Russell said
Fast growing areas ol Dadi
Count) such as North Miami Beach
and South I >adc County are plan-
ning general solicitations on a
scale nevei before approached In
South Florida,
Leon Kaplm. Federation presi-
dent, said that 'While the plight
ol Israel and her gallant people
mosl m everyone's minds
. hi ai is our campaign workers
butOI s are iinl los-
ing sii lit ni the im|xrtance ol
tainlng a stroi ilthj and
Ie .1, wish eommunitj here, in
Gn ati r M an i Contributions to
I hi Coml iir d .ii v. ish App al are
ing ,i rate approximate*
. 52 perc nl il* ad of what these
gifts were in l!H',S m order to
support 'in ever increasing needs
of our people
"Our local agencies an depend-
ent upon the proceeds ol the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal which enable
m to provide the many social.
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21 a ANNIVERSARY SPECIMEN SfT
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rner ^Rank
>f MIAMI BEACH -**MEVBEP
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Limited Quantity still available
at the Carrier Bank in Miami B<
10 Sets Per Person
Pr:ce $3 50 per set Limited quan ity
WIN A WEEK
IN JERUSALEM
1 list entry blank or writ* year
* and address tltorly en m
plain piece af paper 3" I S".
2. Enctas* year entry with any el
the fellewinf: Tke pktare ef
the cup snipped frem the plastic
lid en any con of Maxwell Hease
Ceffee. Or jest snip frem Hie
plain blue plastic lid en Electro
Perk. Or the inner seal frem any
jar ef Instant Maxwell House. Or
jest the wards MAXWELL HOUSE
printed in plain bleck letters on
a plain piece ef paper 3" S".
3. Mail to:
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
P.O. Bex 1481
Grend Central Station
New rork, H.Y. 10017
4 All entries mas; he postmarked
net later than midniaht, March
21. 1949 and received nat later
than April 4, 1969.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL. INC FUNERAL DIRECTORS
rounded b Charles Roienlhol. 1877 1964
North Miimi Beach: 16480 N E 19th Avenue
Mum.: Douglas Rood it S W 17lh Street
JE 1-1151
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Manhatlan Brooklyn Wes.chester Bron. t I
to arrange a funeral m,.hr., M th, Un.ted State*
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Jewish Agency Executive Adopts
Record $375 Million Budget
AKYM DUICIH
Sen. McGovern Is
Beth Sholom Guest
Senator Oorir M. McGovern,
cf South Dakota will speak at
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase
A\e.. Miami Beach, on March 8th.
nt 8:.TO p.m.. under the auspices of
the Temple's Culture and Fine
Arts Committee. accort1inj to an
announcement by Mrs. David
Drucker, chairman and Jud^c
Harry Arthur GreenbeiR and
James S. Knopke eoehairmen.
A U.S. Senator since l!*82. Sen.
McGovern as a candidate for I'rvs-
denl last year became "center
Ma^e" after the death of Senator
bCrt F. Kennedy.
Senator McGovern has long
(n fame i reived his Doctorate in PhlloOO-
. h>- at Northwestern University;
taught history on the college level;
>. rwd st U s Representative from
South Dakota from \W< to I960;
Special Assistant to President
nedj served as i s. .i* legate
the United Nations Food and
riculture Organization anil is a
ber of tin Senate Committee
Agricultun and on Interior af-
fairs.
Pointings By frWk Lynch
: ery <>i I 1 '1
'. ii.\ .it i,i. at. i Miami 8500 SW
a by Mark l ^ nch thro
M irch 9 '' show f< ai
li tings, iculpturea an i ph tog-
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JERUSALEM (JTA1 The Jew-
ish Agency Executive adopt, d aj
record $375 million budget for fis- j
cal 19tl9. which will begin April 1
- a $55 million Increase over that
of 1968.
Aryeh I.. Dulctn, the j. wish
Agency treasurer wh.i submitted
the budget at a meeting of the
executive, said it was based on
anticipated increases in income
from the 1389 Emergency Fund'
campaign for Israel, which, it is
hoped, will yield more than the
1968 campaign. The larger budgi t
for fiscal 1969 anticipates an in-
crease in Immigration; where last
year ."W.941 immigrants arrived, at
least 35.000 are expected this year.
That figure is a conservative esti-
mate, according to Moshc Rivlin,
the Jewish Agency's director'
general.
The largest item on the new-
budget is immigrant absorption
and housing, followed by agricul-
tural settlement, youth aliyah.
youth and chalutz training, organ-
ization and information, education
and culture and Torah education
and culture' in the Diaspora. Alxjut
$1.1 million will be earmarks! to
[>ay old debts dating from the ear-
ly 1950s when mass immigration
was at its peak.
According to reports submitted
to the Executive, total immigra-
tion from the United States ami
Canada in 1968 was 5.090 com-
pared to 2.402 in 1967. The Jewish
Agency brought .1.876 students to
Israel in 1967 and the same num-
ber in 1968. of whom 3.300 regis-
' ied upon arrival as immigrants.
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1515 WanhiMt.fi Awe.
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Rul)hi Narot Is
Orientation Meet
Featured Speaker
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami will
be the featured speaker at the
Children's Center's first orienta-
tion session which was to be held
at 8:13 p.m. Thursday at the
American Club of Miami. 150 SE
2nd Ave.
The event was to pive members
! and friends of the (."enter an in-
sight into the school for emotional-
ly disturbed children and, through
Rabbi Narot. a valuable look at
disturbed youngsters in terms of
our society.
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1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday
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To Friends Of The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gordons)
Ploaso Holp
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Av.., Miami) urgently
needs your h.lp NOW.
Th. Homt'i cost* or. sky-rocketing because of steeply
rising costs. 117 nuriti aides, ord.rli.s, maids, port.rs
ond food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $ 1.50 par hour m inimum.
This wag* increase alone will cost the> Horn, on od-
ditionol $100,000 in 1969.
And wo remind you that the Home's financial problems'
or. aggravated because it gives th. top admission
priority to th. indig.nt 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents or. public welfare recipients.
Th. Homo's d.ficit is mounting with fright.nlng rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial h.lp to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You can also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Stop.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop ot 696 2101 ond orronge for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
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1969 CJAIEF Drive
Off To A Good Start
- ncement that I
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passed
:' ^:ve campaiqn is
cp: |ood news to aJl those v.
--""" to exert a maxi-
n> trd improving the
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For the I has become
evident in the current drive :s not
restricted to c one but is
typical of most communities across

The e :>r.s of success
le campaigns are
undou tedry thi result of c realiza-
te part of Americcr. Jews
lay is facing one of its
most hcllenges.
In an unprecedented effort to
ie challenges, the Jewish
y has embarked on a course
'' i:::aest budget in its
30 OOG.000 to meet Is-
rael's hum- a needs.
It is an effort that reflects above all the
recogn.tion that the strength of Israel lies in
quality of its people in its own humen
resources. In a land so poor in natural re-
sources where the neglect of centuries had
reduced its soil to barren desert and rock, the
dynamic force that has restored the land has
been the human quality of the exiles returning
to their land.
Welfare Tasks Difficult
The hostility of its Arab neighbors has
madi the tasks of welfare overwhelmingly dif-
ficult for the Jewish States with continuing acts
of aggression along the borders and inside the
populated areas resulting in a burden far in
ex-ess of the nation's financial ability.
In accepting the burden that is ours in help-
ing Israel to achieve its humanitarian aims, the
Jewish people have an opportunity to build a
society in Israel that is so firmly rooted and so
strong that no force can shake it.
The breadth and depth of Israel's social
and cultural life and the vigor of its economy
along with the major advances in its tech-
nology, not only to defend the nation but to
make it more secure and to enrich the lives of
its people, all give promise of a better tomor-
row.
In embarking on what may well turn out to
be among its most successful campaign years.
American Jewry is fully meeting its obligation
and has realised the need for sacrihcal giving
at a crucial time.

Leading The Nation
The Jewish community of Greater Miami
can well be proud of its own record of leading
the nation in the increased pledges over last
year's initial gifts. It is a position that Miami
Jewry should occupy in view of its dynamic
growth qualities and in spite of the problems
connected with a rapidly growing caea.
While Israel's continuing crisis becomes in-
creasingly apparent each day. the needs of
the various local health, educational and wel-
fare agencies cannot be ignored, particularly
in our troubled times.
An investment in improving the lot of any
member of our community is certain to benefit
all of us.
The record-shattering beginning to the 1969
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israal Emergency
Fund drive should serve as the inspiration for
a continuing effort thct will make the campaign
the most successful in our historv.
The destiny of Israel and the Jewish people
require that, having accepted the challenge.
we meet our responsibilities in full.
Tribute To The Righteous
Only a small group of people were present
for the ceremonies in New Yoik City this week
that had profound significances and provided
a welcomed contrast to the hate and dissension
that seen to be plaguing our generation.
At the headquarters of the American Israel
Cultural Foundation. Rehaveam Amir. Israel's
Consul General in New York, presented Israel's
MedaUions for the Righteous to seven non-
Jews who. at the risk of their own lives had,
rescued and protected European Jews during '
the Nazi holocaust.
The awards, three of which were presented'
posthumously, were given on behalf of Yad
Vashem. the agency in Jerusalem that docu-
ments the events of the Nazi holocaust.
Each of the instances of unusual heroism
involved a degree of courage that was rare in
the climate of hate engendered by the Nazis.
Such ceremonies recalling acts of unusual
devotion to fellow human beings axe certainly
a healthy influence at a time when hate and
hostility are again all too familiar in our lives.
Regard For Human Life
Even more significant amidst the problems
of our own day was the Talmudic dictum cited
for the occasion by Consul General Amir: "One
who saves a human life saves, as it were a
whole world."
In the terror that has been unleashed by i
the aggressive policies of various Arab govern-
ments, regard for human life has never been a
consideration. The terrorists have, in fact, aimed
at mass killing.
Israel, in expressing its gratitude to these
righteous non-Jews" has shown its apprecia-
tion of a heritage that clings to life as the sacred
absolute.
If the world can pause to take notice of this
heritage, it can offer some additional hope for
a troubled mankind.
JOSEPH ALSOP
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EDWARD COHEN
The ABM Report
We have it >; good authority
that If we spend 10 billion d
for the ABM system Ann
fatahtirs in the event of
clear attack would U- radu
40 million deaths Add another 10
blihun dollars ami the reduction
would be to 30 million
Ooaaldenng that loose tavoi
in>; this anti-ballistic missile I.
b me calculate omethtnji like
100 million deaths without it the
price stsmi cheap So cheap, in
fact, that I. for one, do not !-
lieve this is anything more than
black humor Catch 22"
ed to tlv Ar.' of Terror
I base ipy own bumorotu solu-
tion to (be problem n is sti-
mated that some 30 i0 10 million
American Hue In povcrt) There
should be no difficulty for those
who play the numbers (tames
with lives to program on in. lr
computers a situation when by
the missiles which break thi
'"" "thin" HO billion dollarsi rk
,'"s'' tomiw th< 10 million pooi
Although I have not read this
anywhere else, I can hardh be-
>v that the men who receive
high fees for raleulatlna. all the
I ''""- ol d. ith for us have
ri"' thought oi n rirsi Then s
:,,m" '""- "' a spark of
humanity remains
II we haven't hown enough
";'""" botil this problem
which .v about to be sired thoi
oughly i the next r< u,,k-
Z "'"'......,sl "' "* believe
"" '"> in a state of shock
since the atomic age fei; upu'i *.
If the d.-ath oi m\ milQoo J. ws
was so as* a ne the .rid still
finds it hard to bsMeye, think of
the Implications ol the n an kdl-
> I of hundmls of million* whn-h
the thir-.k-t.i' ks have thr-. t inn
US
The upcoming ABM ile-at.- n *v
literally the last opport.i.W
for those of us who think this nb-
iectrve, "s.i. ntifir" look St rra*s-
slaughter is an obscenity and a
denial ol nil that tlu Jud.e-o-
('hnstian tradition has taught of
dignity ot man. I ^..-* It *
ratal stand in America against
the military ladiadstal osmpkoi
'"id the laBUe which Wtfl bring
more than college students and
leftists into the Mr.-cK trfts \.ar
if it is not leauUsd en a* sais
"i bumanlt)
ft may tv the Kent* ly char-
isma which will again stir the
lUorl. Although a Bomber >>f
Senators, psrthmlariy Oemas
McGovern, have vnu-ed t 1.11 oa-
position t..i years to I AHM
maneuver, the recant 1 vtty of
i' d Kenned) on the side ol Ih*
angels has glw n the debah .
1 dimension His chol ol I>r.
Jerome Wlesrv 1 to 'he
Democratic appoaltionea Defense
Secretary Laird is .1 significant
one, r..r th.' mit provost at cleai -
H airainst ih.- devslsi nent <>f
AHM. not only hrcausr h. tn'-
lievea the concept is atn-ady
obsolete th. n fi n a waste >>l
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Minimum Certificate $5,000.00 Minimum term six months
Certificate Accounts opened by the 10th of the month earn from the first.
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Friday. F.bnoary 2* I9t>
Wartime 'Righteous'
Honored By Israel
for which Mr. UooVWlkl was, ghetto bl Pol ind in her home
J eventually execute.!; I which was near a German military
Mia Julia Markus Welflnger, I base:
, who sheltered a family of eight .... 4 ^ -,
1 Jewish survivor* of th. Storry Thr W igr,M nctvvnski. a
lieutenant colonel in the Arm:a
Krajovia in Poland who sav-a
Jews from death by recruiti-e
them into Ws unit and by sup;.[y
'ins? th.^/ tit* TaM document*.

W YORK .JTAi Israel's
illions For the "righteous"
presented this week to seven
Jews n ho rescued and -
Eunipean Jews .1 u li
II .it gravi risk to their own
T' r >; the aw a: Is
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w h i saves i h
- as it w i" i a *
recipients wen
tdyslaw Wojcik, a Pole who
> a fugitive from police for
two years in order to provide shel-
ter ami care tin a three year old
Jewish giil v\ mother entrust-
In r t his care before she was
it. poi ted t" a d< ath camp;
\l xander Roslan "i W
sheltered threi
throughout th< war Bl

B i Kiss, I seer of a
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risible for t

si to
ler.
an i lai
lino, a l-'ri i h w >man who
- in the i nil d States
.
m ho lati r i iski d
Itei ing Jews sought by
.i Gestapo and V'ichj authorities
The late Anton Uszczanowski,
and his wife. Jadwiga. who shi -
tercd several Jewish families in
Poland during the Nazi i ccupation
Solidarity With Israel
Continued From P9# 1-A Israel Bonds during 1969.

Congratulations
George H. Bernstein, C.L.U.
LEADING SALESMAN
Second Consecutive Year
p*o~c,vV;::.....
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a- thr liuiurural Dinner Satur-
' rvening.
ael's Finance Minister. Ze'et
S ef, who has been here during
t past week conferring with
I pa ol leaders, has emphasized
r inseparable link between Is-
ri: 't survival and the economic
j. th which Israel Bonds help
i i ice. The response to Mr. Sha-
? presentation of Israel's posi-
t baa been extrrmely heart -
i according to conference
1- rs.
re than 2.000 Jewish lea lers
f th. L'r.itiii States and l"an-
i are taking part in the con-
I >e. whirh is adopting plans
t -trength' n Israel's economy
t .gh an Intensified effort
The conference is meeting under
the direction of Samuel Rothberg,
national campaign chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization, and
Louis H. Boyar. chairman of the
r.nard of Governors. Both men arc
serving as national chairmen of
the conference.
The International premiere of
the 1969 all-Israel Kashion Show
was to be held Thursday at a spe-
Cial luncheon of the National
Women's Division of the Israel
Bond Organization In conjunction
with the conference. Mrs. Jan
IVerce. national chairman of the
Division, was to preside at the
luncheon, at which Mrs. /..'. \ Sha-
ref, wife of the Finance Minister.
was slated as a special guest.
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ned Jewish Appeal-Israel I
at a planning meeting l<
Luncheon Sunday Al rs Ho-
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iHartstoi mil Mr. Popiek
need Hi'- appoint m i '
n ibii '. which includes
Fr.....Iman, Samuel B
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id f"hoj also announce d i
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the Belle Pla/a \khi-
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CJA School Rally Is
Slaled lor Mar. 16
Farhand Purim Event
To Hoost CJA Drive
foi Ih mi uil Combii '
sludi nts
al J'-u ish sch ils wen ii nounced
this week bj Albert i I i sip, pr<
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CJA Rall> will he In Id S
March 16 at T< Isra< I,
, NK 19th si with deli Rat< -
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There's Still Hope For Jewish Youth In Rus>ia

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the pr-,- f iod*| and a being done
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'T dour r*mii1<*(T*iAvr and f.lrr, (ffrfltft
CJ '.'/ the (ourtl eject of 'he
oJaaan Is a of Gfllaleje 4"?
rw offspring of > are rough t
in 'h* Ho it* the 15.000 cbil
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camp during 1<*42 and ]#43.
T>poi h art to portray the much coveted
of Tevye m t(v- nhn of Fkkflei on the Root no
version of tlv- ffhoaaw Ale.rhem classic, to be ftrectad by
.in Jew>%on ieer tvarb i who has
aadad his inte hrnthsr Haroid aj pres.d'-nt of the
Mirisch Company Jewison most nreenfhj corr^ffd for
the same prod organlfJlioa G from
the novel by BSSI HNM dealing with the author
i*-rienee as a cub Mporter in fTarajJQ in the first decade
< I 'his oratory.
Among the films announced for production by Wl B
Mirisch for 1909 an The Prfvata Lift of ahertoch
Holmes," written by \i Diamond and i Ider, aHk
tn< latter all g, arvi Robert ia portraying
the tit!" rate "The Ra Basrah." from
the second part of James Mtehner'a novcdi '" dir-ei*d
*y Tom Grie with Min>ch as producer, and Charlton
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By: BEN GAUOB
Megroes And Jews
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Tm *! 1 nc? >sga anc tic mp^cta
t>-^' ^c- aaal ro^i have toward
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ram maJ i"'rnmunity
Inaory Cnumil. efforts to reduo; the
of ras*cy *x^a.vfir.g j-ish-Nerro tensK.as
nast aadad- u h
"r-i. -. .- **at each group
mat] bm reaaoaaatry expr-ct from one
Bother M.- Hocnbaom nut hard hh views in a
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-vx >n-j* CxJgr^-gations of Arr n-
a
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By CARl AlPERT
Arab Memorial Sparks Controversy
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JEBI BALBM In the day
lattle for Jerm
n Jun.-. 1967. temporar>- m.ir-
re put up on th^ sites oi bat-
tit where Israeli so had
- : '1 And the Ar.ii- i>|
Jerus.-ilem. for their part ti 1
memoriala for their own
lien.
The Jews have since built permanent memoriato,
: the Arabs decidi d to replace their thirteen
I piles of stones with three monuments
These would be memorials to the Unknown Arab
.-^.'in r.
i the in itter with
Jeruaalam't -ia\, Teddy KoDak. He consulted
Kr Uthorttiaa, who had no objection,
and th.-n gavt his assent and [>ronns.- f coof*
That was when the itorm burst His City
CouneU refuted to endorse hts move
The opposition hammered ,,,, iy ,,, aawaral
points: These an- Arabs who sought to destroy us
Th It and a rallying point for continued opposition
:- r osition i
' '
tn. Koraj t thai tyrs
I for A .
-. with paad hi
r hi
their daefi l
an ad Thai h why a
n i aoraaoV
I th. conquered in the BBUal
araba reap
' e ;>ut up to our de.>
- Mto an .; rthajd
ther, an,. m tnuat think of the futuaa.
The matter *. discussed at Cabinet
rhough do da isJoa was reported, word leak.^1 that
a ma>.nty m th, CoaBafl favwed the plan. f*
i to Uh QtJ CtoaacJI to handle.
Th. Arab reltgipaa leaders summed up W*
want t,) memoriattaa those of our sons who In
"I. iust iUi the Jews have done. We ahall g i Mth our plans, come what may. one toll
l""-"- opposit. the Rockefeller Museum, in partly
" PI "- I M the other two haw bti-n held ia abey-
ance.


fnday. February 28. 1969
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Paqe 1.A
Israeli Air Ace To
Miami Ballet To Present Two-Act "Giselle" Here
Address Bond Dinner
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urday i v ning, March 8th, al the
Fontaincbleau Hotel.
I i anuel Mi ntz, who with Mrs
Mcntz serves aa dinner chairmen,
Yavnch
. Mi s. Sam Rudenberg, Sat-
ftitoi I Vit/h.'ik Yavneh, one of
(standing military he-
uili be the guest speaker at
ial Morton Towers-Israel
| r i.i Stale on behalf of Israel announced that Col nel
1 is ::.i will join in honoring will confer the Jerusalem Libera-
tion Award upon Mr and Mrs
a th. lr life-long r\ -
Colonel Yavnch lias, scryed his
try with distinction as a mtft-
-' anil bill in th(
Aii Foi a thn in kVhile on
active dut> In- fulfilled numep
rvel assignm I s ind served
as An' Adviser to itv- Divisions
Commander <>i the Israel Defense
s
rig the Six I >.-. V ai in thi
Middle I-.ist. Col Yavnch took an
ai I vc part in th< Sinai operation
: li 'i to tin mulate
[si ii l*a air str.it.
til Isi Bi I's War of 1 !'
hi was a pilot who fought against
th. byuUans u the Negev on the
Southern front \t the time < Sfnai campaign in 1954, he was mi
Commander ..t a fighn*r-bolrtbct
squadron.
Col. Yavp'h began his military
caret r m 1^1' wh- n hi (oinrd th.
Palmach, tne striking force of ll
Haganah, thi u i round h wish
ci.-f. ?is. organisation established in
Palestine during the British Man-
date.
Continued from Page 4-A
i > but that it is another ob-
stacle in the attempts to achieve
a rational world.
..si simple terms, the
. v.h. th. r oi not the mis-
nse sj-t. m contemplated
- workable and, therefore, worth
' -. rmous mat. Bcii lists <>n
.].! working o n I y wifli
itnputera admit then is
: | that th. ABM will work at
those tor it say the risk is
rh the money. St en lary l-iirri
t>gs il will bolsti r political
nations with the Soviets;
i ; v. iovern hi ..t the opin-
it \r would lead t<> fur-
[-i. i .M-iilatn.il of th.' arms race
u qj sening of relations.
\ of us know, or should know,
!>>th nations have far more
han .-ryigh atomic wi ai oi i to
. 4troy each otMr.
Center tor the Study of
- ratio Institutions last week
v.t a paper entitled "ABM
r No?" hi which the pros
, ns w< re aired in stab
and discussion and I r c-
nd it highly. Since there
000 subscribi i s
publications, it
be difficult to get '
, sibl the librarj i r- mplc Is-
i bl has .in. i.
Physn Ist I RaW, participat-
i the <"i nter discussion
, |. ar that "Those ol
i ho an- t. arii. is and close t>>
i.mt; people know the di 111 '
i .. U n alienated
[ tins Kpenditure on mili-
iry things, Whin they see the
nvirnment putting out tremen-
a- .- sums for miUtar) purpo* -
l .: then observe the govi m"
I i's n luctance to invest in
ulutlon of domestic nrob-
Mi. > s,, ., ri ..I nt ition ol
itional policy which thej
.. is
,;. |f I havi trust
be An ":,i !
Ihej ivill si ind t"i it
i i
i : B '
t Justice D las tati I
not an i xpi rt, but my la>
ludgmenl is that the manufai
i thi missile deft nse
s ill ake the military-
I ri '.si rial complex rich, will re-
sult in the production ol
.i niiik. and will be mean-
In t. rma ol survh i1 In-
; : eoccupation w ith
Lrobk-ms ol this kind reveals the
p-nwinfe political bankroptcj ol
Jus mrtioii. The salvation ol the
jii.i-i.i Bet in the pursuit ai a rule
law. not iii the anti-ballistic
IKSlll'."
1 am roiiii on L hi. ope those who read
[ .....imn also will become eon-
Irncd and k t their concern be
hnw n
Violette Verdj and Kdward Vil-
klla, from the New York Citj
Bah -t will la ci th roles ol G
s. lie" and "Albreeht" whi n the
I ;. jet i 'ompany presi rttt
the two-act ballet (li-. Il< an the
Dade Count> Auditorium Mar. 21.
Staged bj Martha Mahr. it will !> tin- Wills" in this landmark
under the direction "t Thomas Ar- torn
mour, with t : 11 orchesti h ui
Nappo.
(', nthia Gri r n.. and Ti d Ki
American Ballet Thei
will dance Ihe "jPeasant Pas
k" and ii >nd act Miss
Gn irj will dance tin Qui en .!
After a period ol ti ing ai .1
several k. y ns i ts, he was
COt. YITZHAK YAVNiH
i-romotcd to thi rank ol Platoon
Commander. Shortly thereafter, he
asscd Haganah's fl>*ing course,
which was given by Palestinian
Jews w p... ha.I served in the Royal
Air Force during World War II.
He was lab i appointed Command-
ol ic Flying Platoon of the
Palmach, which became thi frame-
work on which the Israel Air
Force was built.
The Morton Towers-Israel Din-
inT oi stai. wiii Ih- at sevc ll
o'clock and will I*' preceded by a
reception In honor 'ii Cot. Yavneh,
which will Iw ll by Mr anil
Mrs Rudenbi I
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Minov are
serving as chairmen of the corn-
It ei ol hosts. Mr. Minov said
thai thi dinm r will In' a gala event
. music tor dinner and dancing
by the will-known AI Weirter's
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CHAIM WEIZMAN
BRANCH FARBAND
L Z. 0.
Invites Members, Friends and Sympathizers to our
PI RIM LUNCH
In behalf ol the Combined Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fund
SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1969 at 11 a.m.
Algiers Hotel, 2555 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
GUEST SPtAKIRS
RABBI JOSEPH R. NAROT, of Temple Israel, Miami
ARTHUR S. R0SICHAN, Executive Director of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
JAC0V DAN, Famous Israeli Entertainer
Identify and unite with us for this urgent cause.
Reservations: Sandra Caller, 532-8928
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Samuel Gompera knew poverty at first
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a cigar maker, was hanl put to make ends
met i for his family. Samuel, too, became
a cigar maker to help eke out the family
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grated with Ins family to the United States.
Conditions among workers in the I Initi '1
States in 1 <':! wen- appalling. Samuel
Gompera joined the'Cigar Makers union.
His education began. A natural leader, he
was soon participating in every phase ol
union aiti\ n> Learning through trial ami
error. Gompera became one of the first
advocates of craft unionism, the labor
philosophy which was to dominate 'he
labor movement for fifty years.
Samuel Gompera was in the vanguard
of the tight for the eight-hour day, for
union recognition; he was prominent in
the battle against sweatshops and low
wages, company unions and anti-labor in-
junctions. Gompera became a national
force. Under his leadership the American
Federation of Labor became the largest
union in the world, with a membership of
five million in 1924.
During World War I, Gompera mobi-
lised labor behind the American war
effort. In 1918, President Wilson appointed
him to the Commission for International
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Friday, February 2%, jo^
Rabbis Are Barred From Observance
Continued from P*t* 1-A
Levin a hook about NYw York
from Mayor John V. Lindsay .i
r cup from the Rabbinical
mil the synagogue ark Addreaalng
I m throng In the synagogue, he
caileii for ..-I. ater contacti be-
tween Jewi in Russia Mid those in of Soviet Jews. He laid, "Many <>l
tht- West in order t>> help brine them think that all our rabbi';
Sum. t Jem into the mainstream have died out and that our <-<>m-
ef Jewish life." mumties are run by officials of the
_ .. Stat'' tecurlty aervia
Grtgorj Mancvich. a member of
Rabbi Levin's congregation, said Rabbi Nisslm said this week
that many American Jews had thai despite the receipl of an In-
"verj Btrangi Idea*" about the life vitation by the chairman of the
Central Synagogue, ho wai not ad-
mitted i cif a "fear that
Jewish feeling in the Soviet UlUOfl
would have erupted deantte the
walls of iron set up arounil it Me
called the MofCOVt Jewish commil-
tiity a show window" deatgncd to
i oneeal thi real condition of Soviet
Jewry.
More than a thousand Jews at-
t. ndod a Sabbath ft
Overflowing 90-year- ','
Synagogue. Among; i
Dgnfa werr J-ws t: ^T
Georgia and Armenia a : ,,. Z I
yond the rials Rabhi I Vli I
cratitude to the So v. I
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I
Sharp Rise Reported
For Histadrut Fund
".Vills. bequests, annuities and
i ome funds assigned to the
rican Histadrut Development
Foundation during the organiza-
tion's fourth annual International
v. inti i ("<>ni. n nee In Miami
Beach last week pushed the in-
oi tin Histadrut Foundat Ion
I the S12.S87.000 mark.
Announcement of the figure
representing an increase of more
i an SI soo.noo in less than five
i ths of activity in advance of
Temple Israel Art
Exhibit To Include
Rare Manuscripts
11 mole [am I ol l In Bter Miami
- holding a special Art and Mu-
i Exhibition pn vii m al s p m.
i ln< (day In Kaplan Hall.
landing paintings, etchings,
dcuts, lithographs and statues,
1 An by local artists and private
ectors III be on display for
> ning night only. Afterwards, a
""ti* <-!!. rion fi om Hebi i u
i '"!' p and Ihc ) wish Mu-
i i !> >n '. i< w for the en-
n ont i i" thi lohbj ol the S
' Levcnsi in Community 11 luse
Ion at the pn \ it w w ill
> i nil / ol the 'Month ol
Dedii ation." Ii ading to dedication
< the Nathan and Sophii Gume-
k Cha I and th< I le Isi ael
on S ii lay, April 13.
\ onsj woi ka oi: ilispl ij w ill be
rare manuscripts and books
m the library of Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati. These in-
clude a volume of thi- Talmud
rinted in Venice in 1521, a Bible
i mi printed in Venice in 1546,
Shown at the highly successful Initial Gifts Dinner kicking
off the intensive Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Gund campaign are (from left): Milton Weiss, associate
chairman; Gov. Frank Licht of Rhode Island, guest speaker;
end Leo L'isenstein. Initial Gifts chairman.
~3ewisH Floridian
and during the Miami Beaeh eon-
clave was made here this week
by William H. Sylk of Philadel-
phia, national chairman of the
STOUp, and Jacob Rifkin of Miami
11 ach, Floi ida chairman.
Dr Mi. ha. l Sossin, president ol
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Hoi Ida which hosted the
conference, noted that this sum
is "considerably more than the
$1,550,000 raised in the preceding
12 months of the Histadrut fiscal
v ar."
Dr, Lion Kronish, national vice
president ol Histadrut, termed the
Miami Beach conclave "the most
successful in our history, an indi-
cation of the increasingly central
role played by Greater Miami as
the meeting (lace for world lead-
ers oi Jewry during the winter
months."
Principal speakers at the con-
clave were Gideon Hausner, who
prosecuted Adoli Kichmann and
previously served as Israel Attor-
ney General, and Leon H. Keyaer-
ling, national president "i lli~-
.i
Tin tu,i also spoke at an emer-
did-Winti r < lonfcn nee In
New York City this week at w
1 ii- Histadrut exi cutive
din rti r re| orti d that the cam-
i ah i adj las ra I more
000 In cash towai I i
if $6,000,000.
\i a lunchei n c 'lebiating the
15th anniversary "i the establish-
ment of the Histadrut Campaign
in the United states. Mr. Hausner
again called on "the civilized coun-
tries" to take collective action to
safeguard Israeli civilian aircraft
from attacks by Arab terrorists
such as those in Zurich and At hens.
Miami, Florida Friday, February 28. 1969
Sectior. 3
Mr. end Mrs. Morris Newmark of Miami
B^ach received the national Histadrut-Ku-
pat Holim award duiing the closing bsn-
quet of the fourth annual International MH-
Winter Conference of the American Hi
nit Development Foundation at the Fonta lie-
b!eau Hotel. Pictured (from left' are Lecn H.
Keysorlmg, Histadrut national preside-::
Gideon Hausner, p: nripal spea/er cr.d
former Israel Attorney General; Dr Sol Ste::-.
executive vice chairm in oi the Histat
mdat;on; Mr. and Mrs Newmark and
.. honorary -1
successful conference.
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triday. February 28. logg
Dr. LielxTinan To Be
Bond FeU llonorei
e of the works of Israeli and Jewish
crtists on display at Temple Emanu-El's In-
ternational Arts Festival through March 3
are shown by Sisterhood leaders. They are
o right) Mrs. Fredric Miller, cochairman;
M.s. Harold I. Brooks, advisor; Mrs. Bernard
D. Kaplan, Sisterhood president; Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman; Mrs. Alexander Muss, patrons
chairman; and Mrs. Al Podvin. hostess
chairman.
Academy Will Feature
Art Works By Raphaely
An exclusive one-man shou by
"ii.' hi the world's best-
kfMMvn Ji\\:sh artists, will ix' In Id
;ii Hi.- Fontaincbleau Hotel March
15 and 16 by the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, m was announc-
ed this week by Leonard Rosen,
board chairman, and Louis Mer-
v. ii r, president ol the Miami
!> ai n schooL
A champagne preview will open
the two-daj exhibition Saturday
night, March 13, uith all Patrons
Beth Am Slates
Hrotlierlioori Fete
Tlic loth annual intcrfaith din-
ner of the Temple Heth Am Broth-
erhood will be held at 6:30 p.m.
<>n Tuesday, according to an an-
nouncement by Kahbf Herbert M.
Baumgard, spiritual leader. Her-
I* rt I.. Uiihbin is president of the
llrothvi-fiiMid which will be host to
Very Bev. Magr. John O'Dowd of
the Church of the Kpiphany. Dr.
I. H. Hall of the University Bap-
tist Church, and Dr. Milton Ware
of the Methodist Church of Coral
Gabiss.
Thr spiritual leaders of the var-
ious faiths iii be featured in a
panel discussion following the din-
n r.
Menorah Purim Festival
Is Slated For Monday
Temple M< norah will hold its
annual Purim Music Festival at
- i p.m. Monday in the Social
Hall. Cantor Nice and Nora Feld-
man will lx- featured in the eon*
cer, Also on the program will !*
Al Weiner with his lioMn ami ac-
cordion, and pianist Joseph Vali-
centL
The next meeting of the Men's
Clul) oi Temple Menorah will be
held at x p.m .Thursday, March t'>.
in the Tempi** Library, Edward
II. Schuman, vice president of the
American-Israeli Numismatic As-
ia lation. win present a visual ed-
ucation program on a phase of Is-
raeli Numismatics, An exhibit of
loins and medals will be shown.
of the Art oi the Hebrew 4*sdemy
limited guests for the black tie
i vent.
Mrs. Seymour .t Eisenberg will
s. rve as chairman of the art show
featuring the major works ol Ra-
phaely, who was born as Raphael
S' vj in Sue/. Egypt in 1924, and
went to live with his parents in
Paris in 19:>8.
He is the former rabbi of Milan,
Italy, ami now lives again in Jeru-
salem, where he settle in 194.") at
the close of World War II. He at-
tended the Ecole de Beaux-Arts In
Paris directed by Jean Souverbie
and was an active leader in Jewish
and Zionist youth movements.
Raphaely studied under Jacob
Steinhanlt, the noted German
Jewish painter, and is married and .
the father of four child.-en. He was
a French i>artisan fighter during j
the Nazi occupation of France.
KATHAlir
Hadassah Brandeis Group
Mrs Noah Soffer will sjxak
about her recent trip to the Soviet
Union at an Oneg Shabbat meet-
ing of the Louis I). Brandeis Group
of Hadassah to be held in the en-
tertainment room of King Cole, it
was announced by Mrs. Herman
ljiks. vice president of education
for the group.
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Temple and tru id Ii
nity."
Heading | t'- ; for the
dinner, which js Zion's an-
nas! i rent (it brball "' Israel
i | promt!* nt
Tvntple-and coipbiunit} leaders,
with Albert . ner chal Block,
l >r Stank > ('am i Max Ni -
mark and Di Gerald ''
si i \ ing as cochaii nv
Th' corps of hosts will i- head-
ed by Mr and Mrs Stevan Simon,
weii-known civic and philanthropic
leaden who were thi hon-
nil d last year for tlv ir rvice and
, leadership for Israel.
In their role as chairmi n of the
committee of hosts Mr. and Mrs.
'Simon have Invited members of
the committee to a reception at
their home. 6101 SW 58th Street.
Miami, on Sunday evening, at
eight o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Simon
DR. BimARDlltBlRMAN
..... tioi
ol I he com littec to r
A noted t. Dr. 1
n an is chi< i ': Radiolo*ry S i
Veti tdi '.
1 lospital in Mis nl Priu
luming hii present positi sv
Ltebei man k rvt diology Sen ice at thfl \ i
Administration Hospital in
mingham, Alabs i a, ai i <
Radiology s< i -.' e >! I he L'i it I
States Naval Hospital in Jacks
ville He served as lieutenant
the United states Navy and
!- n honored by tlv Ameri
gkm for distinguished w:\im
Dr i H bennan has been ,
dent of Temple /.ion sino -
and he has headed COflgrrgati
fforts f,.r Israel for a number
years He is a n rats r of the \
lean Physicians Fellowship for
Israeli Mcdfc a! Association.
Married to the fotmer n.
Luria tbey are the parents ol
sons. Edwin and Steven. i
Jacques Torczyner, national
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of Amenra. will be the
guest speaker at the 8:30 p.m.
service Friday evening at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Miami Beach.
JUDGE HAROLD B. SPAET MEMORIAL
In its time of sorrow, in the days following the death of
its beloved Past President, the late and Honorable Circuit Judge
Harold B. Spaet, the officers, directors, Women's Auxiliaries and
ana Men's Club of Douglas Gardens, the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami, have unanimously resolved to create a
living memorial in his honor.
Judge Spaet was dedicated to all types of humanitarian
causes, but particularly to the great work of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. He was the champion of its endeavors for 24
years.
During that period Judge Spaet served as President of the
Home from 1947 to 1952, a period of great progress for Douglas
Gardens.
Among his great achievements at the Home was his con-
stant and successful advocacy of a policy by which admission
priority is given to the indigent and the sick and incapacitated.
Judge Spaet was Chairman of the Home's Admissions Com-
mittee at the time of his death.
To provide the living memorial to our beloved Judge Spaet.
and to consecrate his memory, the Jewish Home for the Aged
has created the
JUDGE HAROLD B. SPAET MEMORIAL FUND
Former Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, a friend and colleague
of the late jurist, has been named as Chairman of the fund. *
Those wishing may make tax-deductible contributions to:
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED OF GREATER MIAMI
151 N. E. 52nd Street
Miami, Florida 33137


Friday. February 28. 1969
Sam Reinhards To
Contribute Second
RMD Ambulance
For the second time in three
yean, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rein-
hard of Miami Beach are present*
ML' an ambulance to Israel. O rr
v.onies marking the contribution,
Kith the vehicle present for the
I .ision. will be held at the Great-
r Miami Hebrew Academy at
]0:30 a.m. March 9.
The Reinhards will host a re-
Kxhment session at which Dr.
v harles \V. KcinberR. national px-
iiitive director of the American
Red MoRcn Dovid for Israel, will
receive the ambulance for his
agency.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
fficiate at the meeting, with
Rabbi Berel Wein of Beth Israel
'ongregatlOfl participating.
Speaker at the ceremonies will
Irvin Reinhard. a ninth grade
Mudent at the Hebrew Academj
. nd a graixlchild of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Reinhard. He is the son of '
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard.
Samuel Reinhard is a founder
and vice president of the Hebrew
Academy, the South's largest tie-
bnw day school. Also a founder of '
the Jewish Home fur the Aged of
Greater Miami, he is active in
B'nai B'rith anil Zionist organiza-
tions and is a leader in numerous
causes for Orthdox Jewish rclig-
OUS institutions in Israel and the
United States. He also is a con-
tributor to Mt Sinai Hospital.
+J(niti fhrih r
Taqe
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard stand in front of the new
ambulance they are donating to the American Red Mogon
Dovid for Israel through the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy. Ceremonies marking the contribution will be held at
the Hebrew Academy March 9.
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Event To Feature
Alexander Prilutchi
Alexander Prilutchi. a leading
violinist and concertmaster of the
Greater Miami Philharmonic, will
be the guest artist at the annual
cantorial concert and Jewish mu-
sic festival to be held at 8 p.m.
Sunday at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion in celebration of Jewish Music
Month.
Also featured on the program
, will b> Cantor Jacob J. Ren/er and
chorus of 100 voices under the
! direction of Carole McKen/ie in a
dramatic cantata "The Song of Mt.
Sinai 1968."
Mr. Prilutchi began his musical
career as a child prodigy in Ru-
mania under the sponsorship of
Queen Marie. He studied with the
noted Carl Fleseh. and was gradu-
ated from the famous Hochschule
for Music" in Berlin. Mr. Prilutchi
has appeared with the world's out-
standing conductors, such as Bruno
Wali.r, Krick Leinsdorf, Herbert
von Karajan Eugene Ormandy.
Pierre M inteaux and many others
In ad itkM > ;ill position as
asti i oi the Miami Phil-
Mr Pi ilutrhi is profi -
sor i lass at tin I'm-
Mizrachi Women's
Schedule Meetings
Greater Miami groups of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization
announced plans for chapter meet-
ings during the month of March.
Mrs. Simon April, pn sident of
I Avlva chapter has announced a
, Youth Aiiyah meeting f.,r Monday,
March 17 at 1 p.m. at Beth David
SW 3rd Ave.

Mis. Herman Shaw, Hadar
chapter presidt nt, has scheduled a
general meeting for Thursday,
Mar. 20. at the home of Miriam
Reinhard. .'M90 Prairie Ave.

Mrs. Hyman Kolko. president of
llatikvah chapter announced plans
for a regular business meeting on
| Thursday, Mar. 6. and a card par-
I ty and luncheon on Mar. 20 at the
Kin seth Israel Synagogue.

Klnn.r.t chapter has slated its
Local Chapters
For March
Mother-in-Israel meeting Wen
.t Ti mple Zamora. Mrs
ri- Sokol is president.
*
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz, p
dent of the Miami KeHeh cha|
has called a meeting ( Tu.es
Mar. n. at the Washington F
era! Auditorium 1234 Washin
IVI
*
A card party and luncheon
Ih i n arranged by Shalom cha
for Mar. 13 at the club roon.
100 Lincoln ltd Mis Rea Rei
is president.
t n
t
Hebrew Language Club
The Moadon Hahistadruth .
vrith. Hebrew language and
ture club will sponsor a Pi
celebration at 8:30p.m. Monda
the Washington Federal Au
rium, 1234 Washington Ave.,
ami Beach.
t -
AICXANDIK PBILU1CHI
versity of Miami.
The proceeds Of this concert will
benefit the synagogue's Scholar-
ship Fund and the Cantor's Insti-
tute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America Matthew
Fttingi i is concert chairman.
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Paqe 5-B
National Council Of Jewish Women
Slates Division Meetings Wednesday
1 M\ t ,,_.., |,,,. ^(a| |(l,m|
i nri if .li \'. ish VVoitm n w ill !
hi lil \V dncsdaj Mrs Irving Wex-
li i. prrsidonl ol Gn ater Miami
ion. I l thai all six
i -. w ill pi m nl ihc n s ali s
i 1-1970 club j
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r. i \ its
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Vwiil 11.1 Noi -
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luncheon, the museum show, "Llfi
i the L'niversr u III b. vl< wed,
< ginning al 1 p.m

Indian-Islands will rnvcl al Ihi
rs Hoti i Avenue,
A [Mill.
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of Nat run i .'.
n. A i m ol the i
Mrs. M
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MRS. fIRTU AND DtBRA
in' si-
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ol.il ;. ; IOH tO OH!' I ,il
.,. in sk u nee Museum,
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Meetings Slated
'urin part) and
a ui I, i |,, [;. ,s,-
I rid Ruth I ludofsky for
I Plo eei Women <" 11. t > I
sdaj Mai 6 .it the Wash-
1 _'.; 1
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luncheon will
...!;. I .
| : I by Mrs .i"
Kranta di> i ~ihei
i presenl i musk al pro-
y Jiuisii folksongs
I ba Id< Isun Chapter ol
P. i V\ OIIU li will h.i\ l' a In .i.i ;.
Mundaj ;ii 1- 30 pjn. at the
. ton K''U. rui Autlitorium,
. Soi n and) 1 n Mrs I
insti in, ice pi i sklent, ill re-
te ih> M< Mrs Michael
ndent, ill pre-
i ,.i.. r. -.;.. uill u the
* .i mi Qui i i
1 inenln di\ i-.
I s i W< ehsler. will meel
ii the Algb i- Hoti I 2555 Collins
Vvci i Mian I B a< h, al noon
i "offee and cake w ill served.
' i Richard Friedman, local at-
loi ,. y and member ol Nations
ihiI iii Ji uinIi Women, w II
ik un Wills and Bequests

Shores division will meel foi
lunch at 11 ,i West view
'' intrj i h 2601 NW 119th SI
i the business n eting Mi -
l-1 .ii ces Kaffman w i!l presenl a
dramatic book review, disciu
Heavri [Ii l's!" b>
Hi i Is it Tai
Mr
I'hilip !' is presi
South M.i'l
in- al 9
House, 11ST
i' a Coffi
w ill Is ii .' '
at the Sweden
i Smith Dixie High
and Danish will be
l After the busin< ss meeting
.1, 11 >ld J Si hw ;n /. president,
turn thi meeting ovi i to Dr
i .. VIcNanamy, a local psycholo-
uho wi:i address ihe women.
mlil sp< b about "Women In
Today's World After her talk
tin un i ting ill break up Into
ill discussion ktouim i" furthei
disc iss the subk ct.
Kinneret Mizrachi Chapter
Slates Annual Purim Party
I Mlz-
1 rachi will hoi I its nnnual Purim
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, 'mi Bak i Sunset Di Ivi South
ird I (; iii, ri
Sussn
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' .Irs. Ireni
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.Irs Hoi* i Sii II Mrs Morris
I i
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood
ihi1 Sisterhood "i Congregation
ii Raphael will hold its annual
I'm i ii starting al 7:30
p.m. Satin .I... i noon to
n Sundaj al th<
;ogue, 1 101 \\\ 183rd SI
Women's American ORT
Tin- Nuttii Miami Chapter ol
A..nun's American ORT will spon-
iii an auction al 8 p.m. Saturdaj
ii i''i Washington Federal Audi-
oriun 699 Ml 167th Si Ninth
Miami Beach.
Chagall Is Hadassah Topic
Mrs i.i'iii:.i Melsel, pii sidi nl "i
Group of 1 ladassah,
iill speak I.", the life nl tip artist
Marc Cha ling of thi
......ip at l' 30 a Mondaj in Ihi
i Singa| lion's Youth Ally ah luncheon un-
' i.i- the chairmanship ol Adele Lit)
Ruth Zi will be held
ii March 10 at the Doral 11 >tel.
Hebrew Academy Women's Group
Plans Mother-And-Daughter Lunch
The annt al Moth i and Daugh- I* 4 ra is a s< u nth gn di si I I
tii Luncheon ol the Hebrew .v b il the Hebrew Acad n; Other
I Beach will be held In th" Flrtel familj
ill noon U mi. -.,.,-. ilarcli 1-'. in I i on, Maxim an,: Tab) aave
the Kd : Roc Hotel. graduates of th< hi
Thisvea. honoi-ees will be Mrs icon will i a
Irvine Fin, la ,M "l"M""'- fa
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A iwsi Mi,,. th. ii .....v B'nai B'rith Women's Unit
Mrs. Firtel also The Miam ei No. ?s? of
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active in the PTA and numero s al T nora,
other i> Ic endeavoi Coral < iahl. -
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MA' ir n eeting on Th
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Y^rk until 15 yean; ago when they
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rfc Prances started *he Garland League of
Ceater. It was the old J~ui-h Cons lanptive
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irandchildren. writ-
ten -.th a <--.: A- A .t better in the warm FTor-
ia Beta bee; ; in volunteer work
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fte erds of a projer" t-jcether She took cancer patients
vjspital. to tr>- d.-;>-rtment and dr
- to Miami for care She had the first meeting
c/ -rte America.- Med-cal I Denver in her home Not
a ea fa riled -> Limited,*' showing that it
as possible to raise funds for use in the hospital.- and still
a 2r*-al time Tr
- p :* iad irhres
She foundeo the first president of the Cr-
Chapter of the Avhmatic Children s Foundation f North
Beach Tr re their home is TV fa-ctnating
> of what ts done there tor mdizer.t children art
Tia is a miracle one. Th;- a Tie work
that France- rUng w.th the children. Her
r>ts up as she lea ribea how rewarding and wonder-
h to natch the resu.t- and see the children go beck to
- h-rr>-> The} I irned so much about asthma
lets Into the picture.
For the past two yean Frames has been out of circu-
j be with her husband who was ill This year she
of Crystal Chapter.
TV- annual tund money for tV Asthmatic
Poui ".'. th ,'. March. It has always been an
r the 5th tim. they are
all having the most profitable fund-

Frances ha- -s. One is doing needle point
71. t [umm black and red rug in the den and the pale
blue rug ;n the room testify to that. Her second
hobby is reading, anything and everything she can lay her
hands on. Her tr >> she shares with her husband, a
tit family circle Her two sisters and their families Uve
hen- M v..--] as ATl sister When anyone in the family
needs her in any capacity, that takes precedence.
TVir fourth hattn which they share is traveling They
have been everywhere The first time in a new country they
try to at*orfo everyth.ng but the second time around they
only bo back to the places which so intrigued them the first
tune. Cruises they adore Especially since they have given
up tVir own boat they like to go for long luxurious trips in
big ships.
Israel of course gives them the same feeling that it
gives all travelers to those shores, proud to be a Jew.
They have moved from their house to an apartment.
F.nfertaining has become an intimate happening Al doesn't
get much chance to shew >ff his gourmet cooking Al-
one grand guy.' Frances says. "A wonderful husband,
father, son and brother He has beri very sick at vat
ea but Franc he sad God talk together and she
l- grateful for H ng> every
Through her work with the Asthmatic Children's Found -
-h-- i- .ic!e t. k.-.-p up with her mother- OS
others in return for the wonderful protection God has given
to her and her family
65th Anniversary Celebration For Herman Markges
Sir. and Mrs. Herman Marks.
who we married In Key West;
F-b 25 be honored S '.-
da at a reception for theTBrwfl"!-
diat. tassflj at the home of their
son. Pa .! at (ACA Caba.iero M
Coral Gables, a- they celebrat-
- Max
also
!>>
rhe occasion.
I .
: no R -
They
.- -.
I
Betrothal Of Barbara Gail Sterling To
Gary A. Elman Announced By Parents
Th I its. Mi
Gar} St( B55 Abbott
tary
in. 1 '
Mis Hair) 1
NY it- of th*> t -
A.
TV-
N V
IF ITS MADE OF
CONCRETE WE HAVE IT?
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
WATERFALL** FOUNTAIN
PUMPS
r| APPLICATIONS FOR SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS [|
miSS SAtlAJA 6Ail STftUNC
FOUNTAINS
WATERFALLS
DISPLAYS
AQUARIUMS
EVAPORATIVE COOLERS
FISHPONDS
MACHINE TOOL COOLANTS
We Have the Sicest
Customers in Town...
THE UNICORN
2SS7 TUn* A coconut aaovs
MS-S47S
ams
*ntiflue
eptr TtMtcs
FOUNTAINS GALORE

vital ion
We'd lore to have you come in and brcu sc'. \\-u
may find just whal you have in mind
in the new fashions just arrived, v
please be our guest soon!
. PS. Special attention given
brides in helping them
select trousseau and
honeymoon a"
263 Mirocle M
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Friday. Fabniary 28. 1969
"Jmrtstifhridtogj
Lynns Newman And David Rossman
Plan A Juno Wedding In TUtston, Mass.
Pago 7-B
A Jurw weddinv i> being planned
l> l.yn Ruth New man, daughter
of Mrs Fayc Newman of Miami
Reach, and David Benjamin Ross-
in, whoRB parents are Mr. and
Mrs M,. hacl Rossman. 7815Crespi
Blvd.. Miami Beach The couple
n i when they were itudenta at
imi I eaoh High School.
Miss Newman attended the Unl-
\ r -ii of Miami and graduated
i nr. I -ton University, where she
was Al hfl Epdlon Row and a na-
i nal TV film hoi orary, She is
a iyed by film production
I : in n -Uiston. Ma-- aid plans to
l- mat l in that city.
Mi Ronman, who graduated
I ii Bi Kappa from Dartmouth
c illegi .s now a Harvard Law
nt.
Bth Sholom Purim Fett
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold a Purim carnival
on Saturday and Sunday at the
temple. Mrs. Harry Arthur Green-
berg is chairman and Mrs. Leonard
Platt is chanman of the Purim
Committee,
MISS LYHHt RUTH NEWMAN
Parents Announce Engagement Of
Ricka Kay Stark To Alan Cohen
Temple Israel Carnival
Temple Judea of Coral Gabies
will hold a Purim carnival Satur-
day evening from h p.m. to mid-
night. Sunday morning, the Sun-
la. School and Religious School
children will have a Purim assent-
i ly and carnival.
Shelly Levy Plans
To Wed Miles Bank
The engagement of Shelly Levj
to Miles Bank has been ann tunced
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ell
A. Levy. 433 Malaga, Coral Cables.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bank.
315 NW 43rd Ave., Miami.
An parly summer wedding is be-
ing planned.
Sam Millers Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller of 1520
Nh" 173rd St.. North Miami Beach,
will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary at Temple Adath Ye-
Bhurun. 1025 NE Miami Gardens
Dr., Sunday.
Florida resident- for 20 years,
the couple has three children and
nine grandchildren. Two of their
childn n are r< sidenta ol the ai
Mr. and Mrs George Silverman,
1166 NE 160th Ter., and Mr. and
Mrs. LeRoy Miller of lsioi NE
14th Ave., North Miami Beach; the
third. Clifford Miller, and his v.
live in Skokie, III.
MR. and MRS. SAM MILLUt
LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534-0001
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK...
mas RICKA KAY STACK
Mr and Mrs. Sam Stark. 5025
SW With Ave.. announce the en-
gagenu nt of their daughter, Ricka
Kay, to Alan Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs Marvin Cohen. 9301 SW
20th SI
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School, the future bride
is enrolled at the University of
Tennessee in KnOXvilfe.
Her fiance, who also attends the
University of Tennessee, is a grad-
uate of Coral Park Senior High
School.
The wedding will take place in
Miami on Aug. 31.
on H.iYKgHthewhoarehas FT" E T
July Wearing For
Ellen L. Glasson,
Robert S. Baruseh
Mr. and Mrs Jack Glaaaon, 5960
SW 61'riii PI., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ellen
Linda, to Robert Steven Baruseh.
son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Ba-
ruseh, 504 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables.
The bride-to-be, who is a gradu-
ate of Coral Gables Senior Hn;h
School, received her degree in ele-
mentaiy education, from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was a
membi r of Sigma Delta Tail social
sorority Miss Glasson is presently
teaching in a Dado County public-
school
Her fiance, who also graduated
from Coral Gables Senior High
School, has attend'-d Miami-Dado
Junior College and served in the
Lnitod States Coast Guard.
Donnas
MUr...Off THECEHTEK TMCK Of /((slllOHS
FIRST WAREHOUSE
CKSRanCE
DRESSES & OUTFITS, KNITS
Dacron Polyester* Acetate
Imported Linen-Arnel Wools
Regular $30-$60
$500_$!500
NOW
U.NLY
Many out of town guests at-
tended when Mr. and Mrs. P.
Morris Pollack, of 1060 92nd
St.. Miami Beach were honored
on the occasion of their Golden
Wedding Anniversary.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING RlPeiKING
Serving Dade County Over 25 Yean
1111 S.W. 14th ST. Nl 6-9904
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR. SLACKS.
BATHIMG SUITS AM) BLOUSES AT
THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN.
COME SEE IS.
TOWN AND COUNTRY FASHIONS
BISCAYNE SHOPPING CENTER
758-8961 8010 N.E. 5th AVENUE
MISS HUM UHDA GIASSOM
The wedding will take place on
July 19.
ELLAS DIAM0ND~CUTTING
DO YOU HAVE ANT BROKEN,
CHIPPED OR 010 f ASH/ONfD
CUT DIAMONDS?
HAVl IT REPAIRED AT FACTORY
ISTABlSHtD 1924.
RVT DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURE*.
Phone 379 7397
photographic
Portraits by

A valued ftfl.~
A priceless beasurt
Owr Htm Location 923 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephones JE 1-1872 and 534-4930
CALL SYLVIA MILSEN
MOOING FLORAE CONSULTAHT K 2-3231
FLOWERS by
BLOSSOM SHOP
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL
I Mr rcmmtll* Hmliiiml Bank BuiUingl
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Friday. February 28. 1969
SELL SUBDIVISION
For Builder. Developer
Principal aubled. % vast sell
J2 Plittefl ioti. 3K unplatt-
ed lots. Land planning by
FHA. plus 2 commercial
sites and water plant with
100 n-rtered hookups. C*| i
city 750 connections or
eel ', mile North of Brooks
v Me. Fia Crty limits on Us
Ji in M-rnando County, total
pnee ?ao.0O0. $0.000 down,
with releases Phone owner
Miami 661. 196? or write
rvce Dev Corp P.O. Box
05. Brooksvilie. Florida
FLORIDA EAST COAST
2 ACRES ON
St. Augustine Beach
(150' on Ocean)
High Land
J. ODOM
371-2135 or Write
1023 S. Miami Ave.
40 ACRES
1320 ft. on Richmond Dr.
b fween Aerojet and
Mineral Spring!
S750 PER ACRE
Gene T. Davis,
Real Estate
379 N. Krome Ave.
248-367S
All Palmetto Schools
1t30i S.W. 74TH COURT
See this sprawling 3 bed-
room ? bath huge family
room home with over#te. ?
car garage set on a pictur-
esquely landscaped half acre
in the midst of $65,000 homes
Price in the upper 30's Call
JACK C FARIA. Ass't
Sales Mgr Res. 238- 0183
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
100 Bisc Blvd 37'
3592
CORAL GABLES
Exquisite Mansion
23 Rooms,
7 Bedrooms,, 7 Baths
$87,500
3317 Toledo St.
445-1628, 534-8350
FLOWER SHOP,
Nursery and
Landscaping Business
Est. 22 Years
Priced for quick Sale
Cash. Owner Must
Retire. Call 635-2500
THEATRICAL
FRANCHISE
i -implicated. growth In-
dustry, low terms, no ex-
perience necessary, various
areas available. Nationally
advertised. America's Best
Attractions. Dept J F. 1800
Burlington. No Kansas City,
64116. Mo Phone S16 4^1
1124.
PORT LARGO
Homesites on the Atlantic m
the he,rt of Key ca-rjo. ri*.-\r.
et of the fahulous Florida
Keys
Spacious "tes on 80' wde
deep canalf from $6 800 mini-
n Urn $300 down and $55>
i"onth Or toMi oc*an>aec**fl
Inside lots from S^.OOO only
$100 down and $?5 month
No pre-payment penalty no
hU'idng time limit, lew ta*-v
in utilities, new roads, pro-
tected sea-pool and private
btach, ho.it ramp, shopping
wi*htn walking distance Air.
Strip under construction
Sorry, no mobile home sites
Free information send card
or letter to Box 3?3. Kev
Largo Fia 33037 for "101"
Points" viiuable to anyone
seeking frost-free climata,
clean air and water Or
Phone 305 8*2-564'
L,* th.in one hour from
M ami via US i only 2%
miles below Homestead to
K*y Largo Poit Office. Sub-
division entrance across high
way from German Inn. Office
open 8 to S daily and Sunday
afternoon to issist you with-
out obligation.
760-1000 ACRES
TAHIAW) THAU FRONTAGE
Near New University Site
$2,750 per acre
Good Terms Available
JO NELL NILSSON
REALTOR
8101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
751-8280
TEXACO
3 Bay Colonial tvie statien
for lease. Good profit poten-
tial. Paid company trai.iing.
Borders ocean waterway In-
teroma area. H. W. Ingram
Phone 633-8516.
ORLANDO 160 ACRES
BUILDERS-INVESTORS DREAM S3OO0 PER ACRE
i 2 Mile Square Adjacent to Florida Tech. University. High
dry flat grode level. Portly cleared Good loning ond terms^
Exclusive. Phone 538-8258 Sundays ond evenings for legal
and maps. EVA FEtDMAN REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER. 395
E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah. Phone 888-0963.
sv ACE I'l.i.WIVi;?
COMPLETE INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES
Offices Apartments Residential
THE DESIGN GROUP 146-7669
AUSTIN BERNSTEIN DESIGNER
2733 Ponce De Leon. Corol Gables
Delicatessen
Restaurant
Profitable operation for past
S years. Also doing excellent
colenng business. Long lease
t low rental. $9,000 cash,
ter will carry balance ot
6%.
C. G. Paris, Realtor
Phone 443 5288
INVESTORS
TAKE NOTICE
IS Acres off Old Cutler Rd.
990' frontage on Richmond
Dr. 20. under market.
Jenn Alford, Associate. Res.
3M-2556.
KEYES CO.-43rd Year
REALTORS
634 Crondon Blvd.
Phone 361 5401
BIGGEST HOTELS
ON MIAMI BEACH
Has this wholesale dry Clean
ing plant as customers. All
new equipment. $100,000.
$20,000 Handles. Building
can be purchased lor $30,000
low Cash.
Call 665-4843

THE MOST DESIRED LOCATION

m
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2&fr\__3"^1- .
^>
11*41
''
DORSEY ARMS
Luxury Condominium Apartment House Residences
The Exclusiveness of Island Living on the Beautiful Intracoastal
in Beautiful Golden Isles
riO & THREE BEDROOM I LRCE IPARTMEM HOMES
J roni
29,400 rJ 70,000
>rr llrautifulh Furnttked
V/,.r/r/j
OPE> 10 KM. TO 3 P.M. DAILY
121 dOI.DIA ISII DftlYE
H;ilL)inl.ili\ I lorida
Phoii.- f*27-:J6
-
7
H ,".!
DIPLOMAT COUNTRY CLUI
GOlf COU>SE
0
GOLDEN ISLES
HOSPITAL
a-
Dorsey ,
Arms
enterprises inc.
*: uic IV* Hosp.W lo U*> I "oll*s A* Tj-- eit si HiMndjIt I;. I
tiMt* I'M Omt PCI Hotr
AUTOMATIC CAR WASH
AND GASOLINE FRANCHISE
TURNKEY INSTALLATION BY DISTRIBUTOR OP
FINEST FULLY AUTOMATIC ALL BRUSH EQUIPMENT.
$15,000 WILL HANDLE SEE OPERATION IN ACTtON
AT 15168 N.E 6th AVENUE.
For Information Call 947-9713 or
693-4811. No Franchise Fee.
Listen '
To This:
White spore in this great
paper is awful expensive,
so we ore just going to give
you one paragraph from
one of the rrany hoppy folk
who subscribe to HOMARl-
NA sc
He se/ "I don't know ho*/
to thank you. I wos skepti-
col; like most boat owners I
had had real bod treat- '
went. | hod "underwork"
ond "overcharge". Since I
signed up my boat looks
great and my engines never
ron so good I don't know
how anybody who put o
big chunk of his savings in
a boot con afford to be
without HOMARINA.
Thanks again." Does the
Captain hove to add ony-
thing to this? Or do we
hove 1o show you' If you
sign with us ot the Show
you get o free contract |ob
on your boot, plus on e-
pe-' su-vey ond appraisal
I o* 667-5S*P
g in
a ,o .
CAPTAIN HOMfcR
HOMARINA
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Friday, February 28. 1969
* Pnitf fh-rvdlik'-ir
Paqe 9-E
* PAINTING
* CARPENTOJ
* ROCHNG
* PIUMBING r',A!R-0
* ElECTRIC
REPAIRED.
. F" f it up
4. D wry
' i
THE ELLIOTT
COMPANY
741 Wajhmqton Av.
Phone53^>611 *
VENDING ROUTE
Requires few hours per week.
Investment secured by in-
ventory. Totul price $8,000.
International Business
Brokers Inc.
704 Dupont Plain Center,
Miami, Flerirla
Phone 377 9680
IMPORTING
FROM INDIA
Parties interested in import
,ng human hair, diomonds,
hoes, embroidered silks,
eosswore, ivory work, car-
pets, beads and many other
thing: 758-9428.
CO-OP APT.
FOR SALE
MIAMI BEACH
Corner Apt. Must See
Call Owner
532-6770
20 ACRES
IN MARION COUNTY, SEC. 11
TWP, RGE 23,
S200 Per Acre Cash Write:
PRUDENTIAL LAND CO.
807 Olympic! Building,
Miami, Florida
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Seating 11G Including
all equipment, complete
kitchen. Seven months
old. Bargain Mus. take
all. Call Owner
888-4973 or
888-9264
HOLLYWOOD
DOWNTOWN LANDMARK
H retirement hotel
of
le green lawns I
lure Extra i >u parti i
Id it r*iuItt HI R i |
Future ftp.iruion Bold
i 1 u v rnu ppe d .'
m top condition Ow
' Stale E wee I It n t bu)
000 Flex I le terma
vwooo
RLOOK GOLF COlRSF
E itl
I. CouM It yif hu in" n i
rool ipnnklt u i I
unite 'urn
11 .-I id Cinftr to
i uses ofl w^r.
f plleni conatru I
D'fp $>*, 0i>0 Owner will
"Old fir** M'ortg.iq"
HOLLYWOOD
FIRST TIMEOFFERFD
In ; eaat nf
.u' fuMy Furn.
bedroon Ants entral heal
v "yl floors. I.iundry room.
<-. i ->: ondil o"
s<

won't < : wri
HOLLYWOOD
Boys 12 Apt* hi older I u i
ng l o .i t r rt n enter o t town
< IOC occup-
leeurea return on
nveetment Owner holds
T AL PRICE \n
W HAVE OTHERS
Hannan Realty, Inc.
PMONt
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Seafood, Doing Good
Business. Facing Beautiful
Biscayno Boy.
S39.000
534 6153 or 594 7993

TRAILER PARK Fla's. finest
investment. Cope area. Ige.
Modern Pk. $30,000 income.
SI50,000. Full Pr. only $35.-
000 dn. 6 Fin. 4T84. Assoc-
Van Burnt lMia. 949-4902
SOUTHLAND REALTORS
1904 E. Oakland, Ft. Laud.
565-2547
BUILDERS MODEL
The moat l.Oiun"U$ Float-
mg home ever u< double plank-
ed '-u'i w th i-o aeparate
comparti n\9, 4 hedmon-
|1 GE kitchen with micro
wive cv^n. rt shw.isl-er. g.v
- diep >aal *t < u t re-
>,itor freezer, washer
,>nd dryr, Rosewood c.ih
nfts I .irrje sd.icioui living
room, with continental bar
and cirjed type soir.il star,
way, leading to den overlook-
ving room, with 2 large
untlecks. Boat dock off hv-
ing room Boat inciu^s
Central it. Roman tubs
Sauna hath, special molded
master bath 2 aepti< tanks.
Grey tmted glass 00 gal. hot
w t-r heater, silent tOilflt*.
- closets, stereo
sound systeii .i I u h morr
SEA VIEW
FLOATING HOMES INC.
;NW. No RIVER DR.
Pnone 63-1
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 5380823
ON THE OCEAN

EDGEWATER BEACH TOW
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 PARKING
KING SIZE HEATED POOL SAUNA & HEALTH CLUB
SPACIOUS ROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS
and much MUCH MORE
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM OCEAN-VIEW APARTMENTS
FROM J
. worn itvr.ewM c*
19,990
PRE CONSTRUCTION
PRICED
XI,/^ 7 SALES OFFICE at Taylor Street & A1A
11 i J 1 / / Just 3 Blocks North of Hollywood Beach Hotel
**~J V^ -* m___010 *-ni n__ in au tn sin rWilw
OCEAN
ILVD.
L
snterpnses inc.
Phone 929-5303 Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 Daily
Hollywood Beoch, Florida
Q0&d:*7&
T
rAgK0?P^6CENrfR8p
HERE YOU CAN ...
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM -1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM-l/i BATH APTS.
FROM $13,090 TO $20,490
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
m
00
'ncl.Ma n'enonce, P^-^'d^', In'eres'.
FURNISHED MODELS OPEN IC A M P U.
JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
WOULD YOU LEASE A BRAND NEW
AIR CONDITIONED 1969 IMPERIAL
FOR WHAT COULD BE AS LITTLE AS
$100.00 A MONTH
(OVER ONE YEAR PERIOD)?
If you are financially responsible and
sufficiently sophisticated tc understand
finance leasing, we will show you how
this, can br done!
further information by appointment only!
Abiolutlcy no telephone information.1
For Appointment Call Miss Ames
Broward 927-8444
Dade 944-1341

STOP KICKING YOURSELF!
GOOD DADE LAND armer e. white, inc.
100,000 sq. ft $4,695 "' c' ** ""'
1*4* than 5c a so foot' T'" "* mvt bou< G00 D*a* l AN0 *ith *'*ei-
^ <. pMenlUI at Ml the* N.CKCl squ. toot!
tMaBBBBVaBpMMHBBB)1 Alto r-t voor f
' I South Dd mip.
Excellent locah'on. high
and dry; 2,5,10 acres of
more. Call 448 6584 or
mail coupon today!
i!*H tolort and
it
NAME.
ADDRESS.
I CITY____
.JIM-
ZIP.
.PHONf
1 uiiumJ
Ready for an outstanding
high rise development
W aho hov* o 52 ocr trott reody 'or 9't**r* *VO* &*'
vlopm*nt. Also, we hav* otean tront high ri* titct artA
the lait Rav'rnnt High rite tite below Lincoln Road.
Wkf Ml cil! Hln Stei.ikart, ittaciaia,
eur axaert la ajartmaal irtei el all iut
Gene Snyder, Rcalior
221 Suany Uk tha.. M.8. 941-*m


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Friday. February 23. 1969
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DAVID < *MPBKLL
Dan: r8m{.
i-.. will i.t-ome Ba -h at
T< D ,b at &
StidTOH- Mai n l.
Da\id is a at Miami
Springs Junior rUfli School, wht-r*
'.i grade.
Folio a me the -r<-7-,ony. David's
aril] >>ost a r>c*-; tion in th<
S-^cial Ha;i. and a rec*f>tk>r. n
a;!1 be held ui
3r,.jr Sa- cht.
Among thost- attending will be
ther, Mrs.
-tsky of NYu York.
a. [T'at-erandmotfK-r.
Mrs M:. Ircd Bik of Mia.Tu Beach.
H\RRV UNET
Harry, the son of Mrs. Fvc-!yn
- a- | j rorae Linet.
*... ota liar Mit/vah at
th Torar. C rer-eation Satur-
day mm arch 1.
Harry attends Highland Oaks
ar> Schooi. wh< r.- he is in
rtl gradi h'. : a student at
Beth Tormh'l RettgiouR Schooi and
Ui rHigio'is educa-
" Mning the Confirmation
Class of 191
Th. Kiddush following the st-rv-
and a r- :n the Diplo-
mat Country Club Saturday night
will be held in Harry' honor.
Among the guests %. ill be Mr
arid Mrs Max Milsrrim. Harry's
maternal grand: irenti and Mr
and Mra Philip W.ir.txrg of
- N Y.

UtUBBW ( OTZDI
A- '.Irs
r.is Bar
" Beth Torah Congr-
>ri. March 1.
who has attended the
- tool for

tout education. ar>i will become
embei : thi Col f:rrr.ation
f 1970.
!: ,aT;-..- an.i f:; ..I at-
tend the Kiddush in honor of the
celebrant following the services.

MARK LI Mark Sepfeen. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Luger. will cl-brate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zio-
Saturday. March 1.
Mark is a student at Glades
lor High School, where he is in
the seventh grade and has attend-
ed Temple Zion's Religious School
for the past four years.
Following the services Saturday
morning. Mark's parents will host
the Kiddush in his honor. A recep-
tion will be held at the Algfc r^
Hotel Saturday night.
Mark's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Irving Jacobson and Mr. and
Mrs Jack Luger. are expected to
attend.

HOWARD FREEDMAN
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Freedman. will be called to
the Torah Saturday. March 1.
when he will become Bar Mit/vah
at Temple Or Olom.
Howard, a me-mber of Junior
I'.S.Y. at Temple Or Olom. at-
tends P.ockway Junior High School
and plays saxophone in the school
band.
Howard's parents will host a
KuMush following Saturday morn-
ing's services as well as a recep-
tion and dinner Sunday night at
the Temple.
Among the guests attending will
be his grandmother. Mrs. Esther
Freedman of Montreal. Canada,
and his grandparents. Mr and '
H< rman Sti m.
Y4EL \M< H
Ya- and
Mra V mi Tank a ill become Bas
Miuvah at 7
Saturda) March 1
YaeL who ai-
ls North Mi-
ami J'ir.ior High
-)!. where
she :^ ir
< ighth .
on tn*1 H i
has
awards in
the Bureau of
Jewish Educa-
tion's art con-
t si twice.
The celebrant will he honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Ha!! immedi-
ately following th- worship service
ami at a Mla\eh Malka reception
at her hi>me in Ing. Vanleh arxl Mr. and Mrs Ai.
Yaei s gi rats, Mrs Annie Kass. I. will attend the event.
V\EL
SoHi Miami Sve.rtea
ELYSIUM
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M ricWtn* rollca' in w-
tat bm 11200 $.W. Slrt.
Ct. EatrauKt on Reo Read
$ W. 57 Am on. Iff $f.)
Call F. Coat. BulWcr.
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BY OWNER
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Coral Gafclee. Large roema.
3 bedroom 2 bath. dan. dr*t.
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mam part of house Craat
cloaata. overaixe pool and
patio covered, ideal for en.
tertainment. maide room,
bath and lavndry room off
overaize garage. Much ator.
apace. No city taxee.
Under M'a
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"riday, February 28, 1969
* Jtnitf IFkradk'tn
Paqe 11-E
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICAT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
V V DAD* COUNTY -,
* V- A 61.14?7
T TOR DIVORCE
Ito.V.M I JACKSON
V
'X
>\*.
The annual Benefactors Tea on behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, produced 25 new Bene-
factors, each giving a minimum SI.000 gift.
Among those attending the tea, held at the
home of Mrs. Nathan S. Gumenick, were:
lleft to right) Mrs. Sidney M. Srhwartz. cam-
paign chairman. Women's Division; Mrs.
Gumenick; Robert Russell, general chair-
man, CJA-IEF campaign; Mrs. Morton Sil-
beiman. Initial Gifts chairman, and Mrs.
Julius Rosenberg, Benefactors chairman.

in the
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1 I Fi 1".
Callagy Will Try For N.M.I5. City Council Election
Kugenc Callagy, -4.'. a North
imi Beach buafnemman who is
in thi' car nntal field, has nn-
i mred his int< ntion to file Mar 1
: i the April election to the City
Council.
His statement declared that he
is "gravely concerned with the
inner In which our city govern-
n,i nt has been administered, par-
ticularly in the fii id hi recreation.
I am a successful businessman," he
added, "and f feel that I am in a
position to offer my experience in
the proper manager nt ol reve-
- where they can be utilized in
the most economical manner. I be-
lieve more can !* accomplished
with ih>' city's pn u nt income," he
concluded.
Mr. Callagy and his wife, I.or-
raim have resided in the city for
14*i years, and four of their seven
children were horn here.
ObttuarftB
Washington Federal Cited
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach
has been awarded a plaque in rec-
ognition of its continuing support
ol the arts through its series of art
and cultural exhibits trom the
Governor's Conference on the Arts.
Gov. Claude R. Kirk of Florida
presented the plaque to Washing-
ton Federal vice president George
I.ubow at Sarasota recently.
4. isw W Dials
Mi..m. Inn. i.,l
It.
II B Bhora
UtC GoUtna
!>. r..".o Ninth
llyroii Avr .
so. :.:i N B
St, 3770 S W
1031 Ifth .st .
45,
Bay
Vlllaae
OLES, S.imui-1 J
High wit > Nurlh
Mom.
ALPERT, CtlartoO,
l>r.. M n Klveraldc
BERNARD, Fannie, 74.
Ave. M II Kiverfrde
BLACKMAN. Morns.
St M ll HivereMc
rfLOMAN, l M ll. RIvaraMe.
GAEENBERO. Clara. SI. 2oO Liberty
Ave. Mil. Iti\ ri.nl.- Intcrim-iil Ml
fill]
GREISS. IouIm. S. IH<0 N K. 19Ut
St.. Nil. M 11. HLa-l...rK
MER2. v.loli.li. 74. 140 loth SI M II.
Btaaberc;.
MESS. Hob.rt M 61, 1310 N K II., > -
horc l>r N4WDUIV
KOMN. Mo. 1.. nt 7V.0 ll.inliiir AV4>.
Mil. Kiv.rsi.l.
LEFKOWITZ. Carrie,
17',ih si. KiverMde
LBVITCH. reward I
!4th si rSordon
MORGAN. J...T.,.., 7S
M.II. Hlv.ri.l.
ORNSTEIN, \l;i|, o|,.
Trr.i-.ur* Dr., North
lUvor-ol..
WINER. Elisabeth, 70. 1484 Ocean
!>r. M II ltii.r-,.l.
ELIAS. Jacob. |3, 411 \\V )-> Qardoa
f. I DM AN. Sol. II. fU* |!-v Virw
I>r. Rrvenlde. Interment latk.nl.
CARFINKEL. Ann., S3, I -U Jotter-
I? v? S,n- fJor Mt N'tK>
CFRBER. Seymour. 7r. 1002 Meridian
* v Mi..on Baaed
GILMAN. ljllUn. 46. 2ki9 Leonard
I >r. Cunkiii
MARGOLIES, Itilllp, Dr., ii7 jvf.
' iBon Ave M II Hiv.rsi.l.
ARTENS. Plehael, 74. ISOO N|: ll t
St. Riverside
maseri. Jacmaa. 7S. 1414 Bay ltd.
M 11. Iln .-r-,a.. Interment Mt Sinai
nadCL. 11 > i>i>,:. St, 134 Collins Avr.
M ll Ki\. ,.|..
RlEMER, Hurab. :*,. ;|,7 ColHlW Av
M It Riverside
ROBINSON, Mas, M, SS-tSA lUlh
!'.'. r>Vtoh M.-.-ulou... NY rinrdon
STEINHAROT. .lullll-. Brt. 514 ,;ur(-
-!.!. Hiv.i \i ii Uiv.Tto.l.- Inter-
II. Tit |_lk.sl,|.
TALAL. Ann. 41. 1354 Waal Ava M ll
TEGER. Francos' It. VI. turn .\ .
>" M H Rlverakro.
WILSON. Martha I, 53, ISO sw Kind
' *f I:hi i.ui.'
SAPIRSTEIN. laldor, v.. ..,,n Weal
^ v M ii IUvi r hi. Interim nt
Ml NrKo
BARNBTT. ii..,. 7.1. Narrh Miami
Uaaotk Rlvandda. Int. iin. it Mt
N.-Im.
BERGER. William. 7". 747 Mi.hljtiin
> M 11 "lor.lon
GERST. s.i mini. If, 33M 80 fir ass
_it. I luJInn.l.il. Hlv.rsi.l.
BERCMAN. Mnrrla. 77. 3433 Klamln-
>'o Dr. rUv.TKldr
BERNARO. JUrK, 71. 3330 SW llih
Si ihiMnn lnirm.iit Ijii,.
DRFISEN. l.ou.-. 44, N'orth Miami
KlvrrnWr
FONSEV, I'M,.. ,. .... i von T'.ii, .~j|
< 'lIUM-CII), Itlv. t Mid.
kleinberg. Arna, 7:. 1043 RutUd
V-- M ll No, Mlainl Kuurcal lloin.
' l.nil. mi Mi Sinai
UANOSMAN. .1 ,. k. I. 4111 (-olllnx
4 v. \1 n. UUwbi i-k
LEBOWITZ. Miiiav. 71. VK.'.;. lol-
Una \v. M It Kii. i.i.
ROBINSON, rv.in. K .,s. 1 .|u |
Wr M R aaliinn
ROSENBERG. Mm S3, 1070 Vu P.d ,
M II Hiv.r.M.I.-
ROSENTMAL. \| i. til. 4747 CoUiln
\\ M B. N. m.ui
SCHMER. Martin, 71. 3S94 I'olllni
\i. M l! Ri*i raid.
BILLING. AII..TI. IS 5101 lollin-
Av\, >i ll. Ivaraldtt. Inlermenl
I .ak.-M.lo.
BLYN. Harold s IS, Arlington, va
ItlvararOe. Int. rm.-m star of David
BURG. Crank, 1140 NB i.Mth St
IUvralda Inn rm. nt lathaaite
COHEN. Bather, "" vSa.-hmKton
Ava., MH Riverside
COHN. Aaron II ..... 10;00 B Hay
ii ,'i. r ir Rrvaralde
FINKELSTEIN. Peart. 74. Miami
Ilva.'b. HivtTHld.-.
monsein. sa.ii., 4. 3137 s. Ocean
I>r. MailundMlr Newmau.
RICK, iiudoiidi. ::. i(,oi Colllna Av .
M 11 N. iiimi,
ROSENTHAL. Sumu-L 7 4 lOftrt] W
Llay Harbor Dr. Hiv. r-ol.
SAND. Jo-.'ph. 7:.. 353 M. r.Jian Avr..
M ll Biveralde.
SCMULTZ. Max. >;. J3S5 N B I73nd
st. Nn Miami H. a. h Klveralde
Int.-rmoiii lailii-sid.-
SEGAL, Ja.ob. I..', 110 'i.-.ati Dr.,
M 11 Ni u man
SPINNER, Sarah. 7.'. ^.....Olllm Ave
M U Hivaraula
SPANIER. laa. hv. 1355 Nil ISith
St Kiv. ralde. Int.-nn. nt Ml Sinai
ENGLANOER. Adolph, KS, 1400 Meri-
dian Ava M ii Rivaraide
GOLDSTEIN. Haiti.. S3, I Star la-
I ""I M.R Kiv.i-nli lm.im.nl Ml
Si n.il
SU.I.1AN, Robert. 64. .14 BW H.......I
Avr Rlveralde, tntormenl Mt. BinaJ
LEW, Arthur A 14, I3W S I i. HI Hi
st lUvaraUli
NOHMAN, Albert. 71. 4030 BW lh
st Blaitbors
ROSENBEMG. Malvm S IS, 1810 BW
.".ill Trr. Ki\or.Mli\ Interment Ml.
Nebo.
WEISS. Iti.K.-. 77. 3i M i: lliv.-rldr.
BENDER. Xll-it. 69. .3J llardini;
\w. m.h BlveraMa
CEADER, Julia. 6J, 4441 BW l"ir-l
Si. livrdon.
HURWITZ, Sam, 06. <3.'> Colllna Avr..
M 11
KAUFMAN. David, 10, I1-.. North
Miami Ave. ICiwr.-i. I.-
KLEIN. Ai-iaham. J9. 7J7 Colllna Ava
M II Hiv.r-.iilc.
johnson. Uater, .i. i nk i<>7iti
st (JorSon,
KONSKI. Huby. 415 N.B, 41st St
Rlveralde.
ROBINS, llncus. S3. 7207 Bay Dr.
M II llivr-id.. Int.rni'iU Ml. N. bo
SI.SSMAN. UmiS J-. 7a. 7KI0 Abbott
Ave, M II. Rlvaralda. Interment
LsksaMa
ABBOTT, J Sp.-n.er. :*. Miami llraih
RlverMdo.
ABERMAN. Ju-lilh. r,7. IMS Wl -I
Ave., M II IUyitmiIi Interment
Star of David.
aronstein. Baihar <-. ll, :'oi foi-
hns Av.- M B. Riv.Tlde.
BLOOM. I'AUU 7. 14i0 N W. .ISth
Ave. leinlon. Inlerm.-nl 511. Velio
BORAKS. Myron It 14. 3113 N B.
f.trd St. HIvorMlile. Intel inrnt Mt
N.I.,.
GLASSER. Mi.-hnol. 41, Mi:. CoMttia
\\. m it Blaabers.
HARTMAN. Aur.ni. ;, 417 15th Bl .
II U Kim raMa
JOSEPH. Allan II ..4. 100 Kink"
pnlnl It Rlveralde, Interment si.n
of David.
kasov. Cecelia, IS, 800 Weal Wve.,
M II New man
kommit. ma.-. 74. ::> Mi rtdlaii I
M ii Blasbers
MC LELLAN, 11..-.ili.. ... 14...... ".
\ .. M H. N.-w man
MENDELSHON. laiini i. 78. 1801 <'ol-
llaa Ava M ll Itlanbi ra
BOCH, Arthur. 7J. 1851 COUIna Ava
New man
ROSOWSKY. It. I....., ..... 8110 SV.
lili si Rlveralde, Interment Mt
Nebo,
SCHMIDT. Maun II ISOl 1'olnt
Bmt Dr No M II illa.-liers.
OFF MEDICARE?
IET ME KEEP TOUR 10VED
ONE IN RN S HOME.
PERSONAL ATTENTION.
CAU 681 1308
KMMA T ,1 Vi'KKI
Ti' i:m MA T JAi'KSi
KMMA \l Mil I \

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No &2073A
In Itl Ii i.|
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.. All Oreditoi nml All I'.i ~..n~
Hal Ins i lami- ,,i I in,, .
\u-.iu.-i ......I rvKtuti
Vou art ,, .
to preaeni an) i laimn and ,l.....unlr
ivhirh you ma) have airalnHt the eeta .
"i DAVID UIAI.BCK dei .a-.-.l late ..I
l-..ie County, Klorlda, lo th.- County
Judseii ..i Dai I- County, and file the
'"' I" duplleute ami an provided In
> lion 7.1.1 IS, Klorlda SUttut, ~. in
tiieii- iiffi.-e.v in the County Ceurthouite
in Dude County, Florida, with
all ndar moiuli- from the time i
firat publi. anon hereof, or tin-
"ill be ban I .1
Dated at Miami, Klon.la, tin
.>( February. A 11 1989
TOM r.i.u.hVK
v- lauuirn
I- Ir-t pul.li. ation ..f th,- noli,
the 34 day ,.t Kebruary, I;,.
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I.K\ IN80.N and KK.VIN
! Attorneya f..r i;\..-utn\
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Miami, Kloridu
! 31 i 1-14-31
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4 GRAVES
Very Desirable Location
MT NEBO
lest ThtMt Current rrice
hone 271-5913 after 7 a.m.
RABBI PRINCIPAL SERVING>
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGA-
TION, YEARS OF EXPERIENCE,
WISHES TO CHANGE PRESENT
POSITION FOR A MORE CHAL-
LENGING PULPIT. Write to
R. P. Box 2973, Miami, Florida
33101.
CANTOR AVAILABLE
Qualified experienced* Cantor avail-
able for Passover Seder and Ser-
vices. Will travel (Or Hotel) Call:
532 6726. 9 10 A.M.
SINGERS WANTED
FOR TEMPLE CHOIR
SOPRANO BASS, BARITONE
MUST HI AD MUSK
Phone 534 8080
ROOF CLEANING
AND PAINTING
(Exterior A Interior)
rvltlY INSURED I MSCENCED
HFTH AVtHUt PAINTING
; 147 Meneret Ave 444-3610
f
CALL 226-5235
To eliminate car battery troubre
forever. Add VX-6 to your battery.
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!Will take elderly aerson in her)
private home. Personal attention. J
| Relaxed atmosphere.
Coll 226-0915 |
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ISHAKEE PRODUCTS. COSMETICS BY I
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i PRODUCTS INCLUDING COLOGNES,
'* PERFUMES. HELEN DEKOfF. 11741
IS.W. 26 TERRACE. 223-1180. Wllll
,CAIL AT HOMES 1 SHOW.
Housekeeper Companion
^Sleep iii Steady job with widow-
ed lady in Miami Reach Ocean-
front Apartment. Also New Yortt
in Summer. Phone 8o* 6484.
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CANTOR WANTED
FOR THE 1st SEDER
Must have good voice and must
he youthful. Call Mr. Eisen.
8*5-8854
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Are you paying income lax and not
using your allowable retirement
credit? Year round tax service at
6B71 Bird Road. Save year tax
dollars. Phone 667-30*4.
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Prepared In Your Home
By Qualified Accountant
Personal t Business
MR. ANDISMAN Coll from 9 to 9
667273B
INCOME TAX PRACTITIONER
BUSINESS PERSONAL
MARY M. WILLIAMS
GRADUATE ACCOUNTANT
7755 SW 52nd AVE. SOUTH MIAMI 661-1984
LEGAL NOTICI-
notice BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR
"OOAfAE COUJAm. IN CHANCERY.
SUIT FOR dTvORCE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No 49.3204
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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thai ;i Mil ,.| I'nmiilHiiii foi Ii
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your AiMi.r.ir Plendlnp i" thi Kill
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MAX I' E.N4JKL, 17*1 \W Til- sir.
Mi..mi. ii..ii.iu lelepbone h4:'-.".-jii nn
file the iirlsrmaj Anxwei or Pleadii
in Hi. offlo ,.f in. ri. rk of the i:
mil Court ,.n or before the tilt da]
April, i".:, h you ii.il to do u
tiieni rij rlefauil \-ill In taken again
yoji t..r thi i demanded la Hi
Itilt of I'nmphiinr. |f
Tlii- i.e........il I., published on.
each U'reh for four eone'UtH W0i
in Till: JEWISH IIHKIl.IAN
IK>NK AM> Klorlda, (!,!- Jt day of February, A i
K ll. 1 KATIIKK.MAV Clerk,
Circuit I'ourl, Pudi Countv, lu.n.i.
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Miami, Florida
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in the countv judges cour"
in and for dade countv.
floridain probate
No 42332B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I > d .., and UJ Pi raona
llav iiiie I'ktlmi ti l, nwndh
Agai -' Saul Bel
You .re in r.'liv notified and requ
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^rewjislh Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday. February 28. 1969
Section
Community Bond Drive Leaders
Approve Unprecedented Ouotas

i the Israi I Bond drive v
looted this v.. ek at ol
nmunity headers from I
; States and Canada held in eon-
m ttta with the 1969 [i ti rna-
I iral C for
Bonds wh h is bel
w k< nd .-it th F lain bl. au
-i
At r Dinner of i
i tnadlan visit Great
: Miami an a thi of h >nor
re Alex and Hat rj H ifa
roronto C
Bonds. Gu I

itati of Ura nd 1 >i Jo-
irta i. i. -hi -rit of
i ie Israel Boi d <
U ading parti< Ipai le din-
r were !> Lou Harris ol Toronto,
it tonal chairman for ('ana la;
Norton > toper, i hairman ol the
inai and In\ si m< nt I >h.
Toronto: gtdm > Maisltn Mon-
ti chairman, who presided at
dinner, ami Henry Blatt ol
Montreal, who presented th< Her-
l/hmaii Israel Award to the
in brothi i ,
Visitors from New England
. ithen i at lion to t
S I plan their partici-
i in ii the 1969 c for
i I Bonds. The evt nt was hi Id
at the Invitation <>l Lawrence <;
il ey, chairman of the New Eng-
land Region ol Israel Bonds, and
Mrs. William J. Talcoff, chairman
of th.' Greater Boston Worn n's
I '.vision
Finance Minister Share! was a
special guest at n reception for
esidentl of Detroil ami other
".immunities in the State ot Mich-
an visiting the Miami area. Prin-
cipal speakers were Dr. Schwartz
and Samuel Rothberg, national
campaign chairman of Israel
Bonds, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bor-
T.an were hosts for the reception.
which was held at their residence
' Miami Beach.
Dr. Schwartz was also the guest
si*-aker at a reception for visitors
I from Pittsburgh and nearby com-
munities. Principal participants in
n for [srai Got Is
in Pittsb arii. and Harry J. v.
ner, i hail man ol builders.
hi 250 lead) rs ol the
Chii mut Itj rr* t at the in-
vitation of Jacob M. Arvey, Chi-
cago honorary < ind
Ai w y to hi ar Finance Mil
Z" n i irl mi i,i;i. i\ ,.,-
I need: I ut-
standins ; ai lii ipants in the ban-
qu< t were Krwln Wi ini r, who
ill d for the v cond year as
- n< ral f the t !hii
i Bond a ivi Mrs Mat
Holland, who w is ins illi d as
I sion cl ail -r.au. and
Hai i Zaidenb i isociate gi n-

Visitors from th Greater New
Yoi k area att< n h d a r< ception in
honor ol Mr Sharel at the invita-
tion ui Max Abrams, Israi i Bond
i in ai.;:i i h 111 man for New York.
I ochaii man ol the n cept ion were
Sol Brustein, outstanding New
York trade leader, and Samuel
Paznik Israel Bond chairman for
Queens County, New York.
Mr shaii i presented a report
on Isra< Is rconomic problems and
the role ol Isra i Bond funds in
s; lii..: hi r ill v< lopment to vis-
it..i b in.mi Ni w Ji i bpj al a reei p-
tion pn Mil. d ovei b) I lanii 1 K< ss-
l< i Israel Bond .hairman for
sex County Members of the com-
mittee arranging the reception
were Meyer Adlillian of Camd.n.
Harry Ant. Iman oi Atlantic City,
Irving Brawei ol Paterson, Ellis
Charloft ol Plainfield. David Do-
bin of Trenton. Joseph A. Keder of
Passaic. M. J. Greenblatt of Vine-
land James ii Qroasrnan ..f Bngte-
wood. David Hein of West New
Yurk. Aaron Kaufman of Eliza-
beth, Louis Rockoff of New Bruns-
wick and Irving Rosen of Tunis
River.
AI a brunch Friday, visitors
from St. Louis will meet with Shi-
mon Alexandronl, economic minis-
ter of th. State of Israel to the
I'nited states, to discos, Israel's
eci nomic position. Hosts for the
event will be Morris A. Shenkcr.
St. Louis Israel Bond chairman.
the recaption were Alex Robinson, and Mrs Shenker.
th/ w vontaineDleau VJk
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i ael Bond Cai
Thi ZI ii tins is being hi Id
in conjunction with the 1969 In-
t. rnational Inaugural Conference
Isra l Bonds, meeting this
eki nd at the Fontainebleau
Gin -t s'n akers at the breakfast,
which will launch the ZOA's 1969
. ii..! i for Israel Bonds at a record
level, are Jacques Torczyner, na-
tional pi. -id. nt ..f the /l 'A. and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ol Temple Kmanu-EI ..I
Miami Beach.
The sponsors .if the breakfast.
v huh has become a major annual
p\ nt in the ZOA program of as-
tance to Israel- economic de-
velopment, are Mortimer May,
oast national president, and Meyer
I'esin of Jerae) City, national Is-
rael Bi.nd Chairman ot the ZOA.
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Taking part in a telephone hookup linkinq 5,000 Jewish
leaders in 52 cities across the country, and originating in
Miami Beach, were (from left): Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, v
president ol the Israel Bond Organization; Ze'ev She
Israel's Minister of Finance; and Samuel Rothberq 1st
Bend national campaign chairman. The telephone cc
ence was held in connection with the national .nav.au;
conference :hi^ weekend in Miami Beach.
Lehman Israel Award
Given To
itional r'.iair-
ol ihi Isra I Bond t ganiza-
lion and om ol ihi foremost lead-
is in Ann i iean J< wish communal
life, n li Ivi d the Herbert Lehman
Israel Award at a dinner this
*ei k at the Fontainebleau II .t. I
The Award named I ir the late
Hei in it ii i., hman, noted i s
l Govi rnor of N> w
York, whi. wa- also an illustrious
I. ad< i ol Ami i ii an Ji w rj. w as
pi. rt d to Mr Rothberg bj
Louis II Boj a:. chairman ol the
Boaiil t i; i\i inm- ol tin I :ael
Bond i irganization.
The dinni r was h'-ld in conjunc-
tion wil : the International Inaug-
ural Conference for Israel Bonds
nut; ti'i- weekend at th.- Fon-
tainebleau to launch the 1969cam-
paign. General Yigal A lion, Deputy
I'liiii. Ministei .1 the state of Is-
rai I, win he the euesl of honor at
the conference, which will open an
Israel I'...ml drive to provide a
major share of Israels Develop-
ment Budget ui (333,000,000 this
rear. Mr. Rothberg and Mr. Boyar
an the National Chairmen ot the
conference.
More than -11)0 Jewish Naders
from communities throughout the
United States and Canada t'>ok
part in the dinner in tribute to Mr
Rothberg.
in citing the outstanding record
of the guest of honor. Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, vice president of the
Israel Bond Organization, recalled
Mr. Rothberg's key role m aid to
Israel since the days ol World
War II.
"Since those challenging and
Rothberg
l n Schwartz
Sn nui i l; ithberg has be. in the
Ion fronl ol everj signifii anl pro-
.ran to lid ovcrsi as .1. wry
assist in Ihe u| ol the
ol 1 ai : He was s
ol the Israel Bond campaign, I
has been i Ii force in its work
ever sin i Itndei in- ,in- i-tion II
I ".a ;. ural Conl rei is | rov ii I i
efl
Ihe re nomii n soun es u hieh ts-
nei ds in this ci itical pi io
Mi Rothl
I ... ml ol ("..., : |
' indei if tin l larry
s. Truman Peaci Ccntei in Jei
sali in. and chairn an I ie Board
"i the Am. i lean Frii nds ol the
Hebrew University In March. 1966
the Hebrew University conferred
upon him the honorary degree ol
I toctor ..; Philosophy.
He i- presidenl ol Capital for Is-
i !. I, I ni- and the Israel Investoi s
Corporation, and has been a lead-
ing in- ;r.l>. r ol various dl II cations
of American bill n who
have conferred with Isra. I govern-
ment offii ials mi probli ms of eco-
nomic development. He is .. former
national chairman for Initial Gifts
oi the United Jewish Appeal, and
now serves on its national C'am-
i aign < 'abmet
The Herbert Lehman Israel
Award presented to Mr, Rothberg
cited him for "distinguished serv-
ice tO the Jewish people, and for
devoted, pioneering national lead-
ership in the founding and growth
of the Israel Bond Organization as
a central factor m the development
of Israel's economic strength "
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and Cherries Fry. Orlando.
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University ol Miami's Law s
and servos the b.tnk as w
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president of Its affiliat''. Jeffi i
National Bank at Sunny I
Mr. Courshon. the hoard chair-
man at Sunny IsKs alsu. has an-
nounced the election of Jack D
Gordon, chairman of the eDBCUtivi
committee of Jefferson National,
and Jack Bninton. executive vice
president of the North Dale Bank
i to its board of directors. Philip
Kesslcr. a retired merchant, has
been elected to the bank's advisory
i board.
Rabbi Roland Gittelsohn. au-
thor and spiritual leader of
Tempde Israel. Boston, conduct-
ed a Parent-Teen Iustt te on the
subject. "Judaism and the Sex-
ual Revolution" on Saturday
j and Sunday mornings at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
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Worldwide Protest Saved Lives Of Some Iraqi Jews
I I >MTV>V .IT.. mr. ... ...
Leaders of Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund committee ot
Crystal House reported over 100 percent increase in giving
over 1968 at their annual luncheon. Shown (from left) are:
Lou Harris, Max Mitchell and Ben Essen.
Leaders of Plaza 800s 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund Committee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, going over figures at a record-breaking
Breakfast. Left to right are Abe Lewis, campaign coordinator;
Dr. Joseph Wels. Murray Tubelle and Al Roth, cochairman.
Win from Maxwell House Coffee
Trip tor 2 to Itroel. Ym'II fly PAN
AMCJUCAN Jet Clips" from New
York, to London, Paris or Rom*.
Then en to Israel via connecting
Jet. Step over privileges in many
Earopean cities. Yew'll live in lainry
one week lor 2 at the Hotel Inter-
continental Jerusalem. You'll drive
a Merti Car Free.
Hero is all yea have to do to win:
1. Use entry blank or write your
name and address clearly en a
plain piece of paper 3" x 5".
2. Enclose your entry with ony of
the following: The picture of
the cup snipped from the plastic
lid on any can of Maxwell House
Coffee. Or just snip from the
pic n blue plastic lid on Electro
Perk. Or the inner seal from ony
jar of Instant Maxwell House. Or
iust the words MAXWELL HOUSE
printed in plain block letters on
a plain piece of paper 3" x 5".
3. Mail to:
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
P.O. Box 4488
Croud Central Station
Mew York, N.V. 10017
4. All entries must be postmarked
no: lolei than midnigh. March
28, 196* and received not later
than April 4. 1969.
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Jews arrested in Iraq at th.' time
"I the Six-Day War an- still held
Ln Prison ami other Jews arc sub-
jected to a variety of restrictions
ami arc not permitted to leave the
country, th.- Sunday Times report-
ed. According to the paper, Jews
possessing passports were for.....I
to turn them over to police. Jewish
men were required to surrender
stocks, and receive monthly al-
lowance of $264. According to the
Times. ii jeus have had tele-
phones disconm cted.
Political sources said that re-
poris have reached Jerusalem that
11 Jews scheduled to have been in-
cluded bl the latest Iraqi spy trials
were spared apparently as a result
of worldwide BBSJBBSBH against the
hanging of nine Iraqi J>s on
Jan 27. Right Iraqis were execut-
ed last week on charges of spying
for Israel, none of them Jews.
Reports in Israel of a reign of
terroi over Syria's remaining 4,000
Jews were attributed to a Greek
tourist who visited Syria recent
According to the tourist, Syi
authorities appointed special <
trailers bssh the Jewish tomm
ties, each responsible fr s,.v,
families, following the Six-I
War Officially the;, wcresuppos
to safeguard the Jews hut t!-
havt become the "chief oppi
jors." the tourist said, Jews n
-t.i> near then- homes and hi
counts arc regularly taken, he s
Special Dinners Are
Added To Evening
Menu At Tropicana
Two completi
have been add.
special dinners
il to the evening
menu by Tropicana Dining Room
the rotunda-shaped restaurant
in Seacoast Towers East, Miami
Beach, according to William Ort/.
catering manager. The specials"
will include soup, salad entree,
di sserl and beverage at $3.50,
Even though a dessert is includ-
ed in the s|x'cial dinners, Seacoast
Towers will continue its famous
pastry tray service, Mr. Gertzsaid,
and on Fridays the Tropicana Din-
ing Room will serve a "traditional"
dinner, A special buffet or an "In-
ternational Night" menu will l>e
featured each Sunday.
An adjoining party room is
available for private parties
Catering
Manager
The Most Impressive Thing
You Can Say About Any
Social Affair From
15-1500
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MIAMI, FLORirA
ALSO KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
Schaflels Prize Winners
Lawyers' Title Guarantee Fund
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students enrolled in Florida uni-
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Schaffel, now with the Radiation
Or* at Melbourne, won its firsi
prize for 1968 for his paper on a
tul ject in the fk Id of real property
law Mr. SctMffel is the son ot
Arthur Schaffel. vice president ol
King Arthur Chair Co Inc Miami.
Mrs Schaffel the former Nancy
Rosen, daughter : Mr and Mrs.
\ ii lias also WOI Hi I
For Br< asl i I to >k s< c-
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ii bj i lei ter 1 lorrn &
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North County Y PTA
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VWliA on Thursday, March l I al
* 15 p m it w as announced by
Mrs. Arnold I I 'i' sk) ch lit n an
nlll be 1 stein
and Jami Henrj ol thi Ji wish
i 'amity and Childn n's Sei rice
m Algiers' specialty
krWtti rau to enjoy ttia ficrfl-
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ta achieve the ultimate tor your
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Jmlaft flrrkUar
Friday. Februcry l~, 1959
Modansky Is Honored
By Religious Zionists
JACOB MODANSKY
kj .' n .- 1 com-
mumtv Xi-
' i lv th< 1 honai ,it
: ol th.' !.
- \ rica Mi/rachi -
Hami f
tmi.
Th.- diniK r will 11 the
770 10th
51 S irch 16th

Wtifs Cooking
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Sunsweet Juice For Purim
AppleApricotPrune
As wi
: also
I' : The
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the
nai wicked i
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ii. moi ate i hi h coin
ci lebral niili
Hies.
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II) than i Sun-
sweet Apricot-Apple-Prune Juic
s blend
rich flavored apri
last- '
all tin- -
fruil led b) Sunsw ei I
It is rich in
: health.
it is a delieia natural aid
ity
this >i ar as yi u tell the
story ol Purim the evi rlasting
ii nt triumph ol viri
..\. I- secution and adv<
clrcumstanci t. n it over a
I re a in bn akfast Sunswet I
K..sn.'r-Pui. Aprteoi V.pple-Pi'Une
Juice that i- so vi i and
null ItiOUS
Switzerland Swiss
Offers True Taste
thi Purim festivi-
ties .- the Scudah, an elabot
,'i asl hich ii sei ved before sun-
si i on I'm i'ii da) w hal better
hut d'a uvn is th re to sen'e
than genuine Swil erland Swiss
Cheea ?
W'li- ii your tiiiiutii \\-i'iis for
real Sv iss i
the ta'a Ihr
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ind the ani
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Friday, February 28. 1969
f"Mnist rkirMmr

Page 5-C
remple Israel Slates
First Jazz Service
le and choii r,'hearse for wor-
se.- t Temple Israel using jazz
>b C.
Bern rti cooi lii the com) n of
as TV mple organist
Hcicld Frantz conducts.
Symphony Features Pianist B Lerner In Strauss' 'Burlesk'
i| ihc soli
; by tin Mi inn
' < 'i. ii< -ii.-i in the
"ill. j.t'ii. \, u, Yoi k
piam i ,
his m ith Hi.- in.
ra in i. r ii:,' nton "i conductor
I'- rnetl Brei skin, win. calls I ic
ii i Strauss composition a
in ii- iiy difficult pi-vi "
The 25-year-old artist, who will
' rwscnl (". urge (;, rshwin's
ly in BJ ;." lias attt-niletl
Jullia School ol Music, Colum-
bia I versil :., ,: : |.. :. ,, |<
ISS -
ai Ho hschule i n M.iMk in Mu-
' :i~ tv. id :i|.-
ii indi : : ii dircc-
Dristaii Develops
'{Layer Tablet
For Congestion
Vni has been "
r>w table) di \.
" I Drist.m I> ronRcstant
Tablet Dristaui eVorki throuKbl
tin' lii odstream ami brings relief
in Mr ites ii om sinus 11 mgi si ion,
k ergiei l colds' misi >i ii a
I 'i is'.hi contains: 111 The tie-
i int iivisl doctoi s presci Ibi
I' i hes all ii'iiu'i-Nii'il areas in
les shrinks swollen nasal-
helps .Irani away
paii isii (sure ami ci u
t ion 11 om all ii.it -1. _-_- .1 sin si -
i. stori f normal bn itriing. _'>
tifie anl i- nt to Muck
; ften assi m
uitl olil i<> proti cl
. : i i 11.11 j
Si watery, Itchy
i i A '..,..'.:.-. effi ctive pain-
re lie vi I redui rid relieve
I i ,. 11.
Be s ire t.> bit) I trlstan I h con-
t. stani Tabli t- today. There Is
piotlunc like Dristan to give fast
n.ii pn longed relief when taken
a-, din t .1
lion ol Arthur Kicdler
Mr. L i m i is the son of D I
:' H. rj Lerm r ol Mian i
Boston who make their hom< in
Ihc Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Vpartments. Whii, he is in Miami.
he will \f stayi .. with Ins sister.
Mi I dmui ii Ansin ol Coi b Ga
1 Ii s, w hose husb.....I's parents are
Iney Ansins of Miami Beach
' (I ,; r, \ \
i | I.,
' I J V. -II ...
in Florid .,
in inteui r its I tui :\
' s'""' iJ n thi
sanctuan
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jth
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Various jazz forms have Ireiih

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Israel Coin Club Meet
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is Bib
Israel
lis| lay ol these mi tin Th
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-JeHisiincrklian
Friday. February J8. 1969

'furint j~oods
Purim and use
the yt ar for
treats.
them throughout
delicious family
Chef Boy Ar Dee For
Delicious Purim Meals
During the Purim holiday, our
isti housewife will find herself
t than usual because the kids
v >m ),.i\ ins; partii s and fri i -
\ b In i| ; in She'll ha\
jpe-
i i
u | have I bei a -
i ... \: I '. '
I
I
;- u ffers a c >m-
I te lii thai
exciti ml/. at-
-m; 1-1. t \ the
i -t dis< rii elites. II
\ :k 'h< si kre| la< h
t Che( Boy-Ai -
I Ch< i in i rhes
I, | macanmi pies
t d with tangy Ita'ian Chees
s t.. re i w ith sa\ ory torn I
I bi I and -<;>- ,1 111
t real Italian waj
^ hit family will love Chef Boy-
A.-Dee Spaghetti Sauci with
n irooms It is meatless yet so
krtft ticks to the spaghetti.
II la to I pool on your
1 -. Ever) bit of its real Italian
x pets into your mouth
itlesi sa
;. tless Mushroom Marinara
. you go ho|
). the fine Chi i
\: -Dee | Keep plenty
land It < I zest to j
. ig sched
Italian
Dairy
Meal
in a Single Package
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Spaghetti Dinner with
itless mushroom
sauce and grated cheese.
Boyardee

COMPLETE
Spaghetti
Dinner
with MUSHROOM SAUCE
su
jLSt cook the spaghetti, add
the heated sauce, top with the
z-ppy cheese. Real Italian
ta am, a real family pleaser!
kaVeit
forlunckor
upper tontifitl
Sunsweet Prunes For
Purim Hamantaschen
With Purim approaching, and
with the children acticing
tht- clatter of id othi r
noisa rrvak) rs at the mention i i
i know that
!
with tl Sunsw t ("ooki d
s ,!. to mind
J, m for years
lol
. s -' s add pai tic-
taschen and
the m r i mil) v i them besl
w ii i Sunsw eel It's thi i
lest way to mak Hamantaschen
a. .i ok- thi ti nch i prunes
for you am) packs them in g
. adj to
Moth rs and then make
Hamantascht n with specia
for still another reason with
Sunsweet Cooked Prunes on hand.
the lil ing almost prepares Itself,
rhe pruni s are ready to us... cook-
,l to plump t< ndi rnesa right in
the jar.
Making Hamantaschen with
Sunsweet Prunes has become tra-
litional with J. wish families. Try
the following recipe for your tasty
Purim Sunswe) t Prunes Haman-
hen. The whole family, espe-
i.il. your children, will love them.
St NSWKKT I'RI'NK
HAMANTAS4 HEN
Cookie Datsgii:
4 C IP
2 cups flour
>;_. teaspoons baking powder
% teaspoon salt
11 cup pan \< ma
1 egg beaten
2 tabli ap ns oi ai
tilling:
1 jai i 15 rzi Sui sweel (' iked
Prunes, drairn d
' clip honey
2 tab;, spoons li mon |
', cup ground almonds
(; ati ii iimi ot l n on
Sift flour, baking powd< '
salt Into n Ixing bowl. Work
arm.' with ringertips (or
so pi -.- :. blei ir two km\ es>.
orange | iio
-.u in to makes firm dough Chill
,-ell it. Roll d
light l> floun l board, inch
k. Cut out 3-inch ro nds Pul
, aspoo of Sui Fill-
1 ol i aril
together to
a trial them to
:
. n a hot
: ibo'it : : ites

i Fill-
Pit prut o and put Into

up is
i dtlici
rj .
mlx-
.
n rind and I
to I
-, -. i
irhen
ther kinds i i dough, t.x.
v.. ,i favoi Ite pi nakes Fine
Ha does
., ,-,-i do you're n allj
pocket : the
antasehi n wit
pitted and stuffed with a walnut
i fot a choi _'.
!: member, Sunsweet Prunes are
packed by i> iffy-Mott,
pie who bring you Mott's Apple
ice and Apple Juice, products
h d have been traditional In J- w>
ish homes lot years. Try all ot the
Duffy-Mott products this
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
A Must For Purim Meals
The name of Kraft stands for
_-ood !d Ideas and
one i roduct thai Has no trouble
living up to this promise la Phila-
delphia Brand Cream Cheese
This ta-t, tn at Is d. Ii< ious on ns
len Is tself to a > i
i, ol serving Id as
... .. gpn
ing. Philadi Iphia Bran I Is thi one
creai I eno
- lime, on
evcrythii -' calls for en
:.., Fres i then isn't.
-\ is Purin n ike evi rj meal a
. .at. i ing to the '
da) app tites of > u hat
I* tter wa> to stai I the holiday
than w a In artj bn akfast or
i i unch combination like Philadel-
phia Cream Cheese and lox on a
fresh bagel.
Foj lunch let the kids at 'l Dad
make their own favorite sandwich,
starting with Philadelphia Cream
Chei se, ol course it's great with
I jelly or olives or tomato slices or
any one of a dozen ways.
For dinner Mother ran use Phila-
delphia Cream Cheese in a varietj
of canapes or for a special occa-
sion, such as Purim, she can make
a rich creamy cheese cake. The
variety ol Philadelphia Cream
Cheese for meals and noshing
makes it a standard eating delight
in all modern Jewish homes Be
sure to include certified Kosher
Philadelphia Cream Cheese on
your Purim holiday shopping list.
Its the one guaranteed fresh when
you buy il or your money back
iioiu Kraft
Motfs -Creamiest Rice
Pudding 5tnee Grandma
Each year Jews throughout the
A orld ci lebrate the holiday of
Purim ml Ith da ol Adai
with much fi asting ami
m 'k:
What better way -Js there "tn
make holiday meaat'tetir* than
by having Motfs Rice PusHing '
jthat special dessert treat"*
If you yen for ane good old
fashioned homr- cooked rice puc
ttng. look no fttrthcr. Mott's ha-
,,in. out with the creamiest n.
ntdiling you've ever tasted. It i-
'.. smooth and neh Ulat it Can b
: .t fn.m the jar.
S iv-dn .:n any mot
Sfrj
^eipeipbek mm GOOD
BWDUSEDTOTiyiSTE?
Mgust
Bros.
still does!
'/
And .
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plump I
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Friday, February 28. 1969
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I
Page 7-i
Harold Thiirnian Institute Founder
The Institute of Management
Consultants has heen foun 1 l'> consultants throughout the
nation. One of the 140 founders i*
Harokj Thurman, principal owner
management firm of
rhurman Associates, president of
several banks in the area and an
'!" ir i : ctoi in a nnmlx-r
of corporations.
Institutt- members mav use ti
title Professional Managenn
Consultant P.M.C. and mei
bership is gzanted after the ai>i>*-
ea: provides proof of his educa-
tional and financial experience ar.rl
i- abi ity t" [iracti
s'dtine.
- i x \';>rik
Planr.:ng the program and details for the An-
nual Spring Luncheon of Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom meeting recently in the Tem-
pde Library are seated (from left): Mrs. Leon
linger. Mrs. Charles Merwitzer. Mrs. Samuel
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T'-en. |e ftittt VMuuun,
North Mi.in.i Beach '" lv ,!"
abilitj to go forward u ith pi Id* .
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
>| Hi. II li Priest, bearii
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Bj R \IUtl KAMI II. I. I \
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the ; l : Holland who
sort of a "K i Daj
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[>S of th. fhe
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and rV( ,,,, rtenicd ll
fti tailing th non lm i nctivities
uncs : Yizkor l96s e\er existed th. I I
t* i \ ki and many other tim. s ol
But. to rcntpm- leemed
Dade's Outstanding
Citizens Are Sought
?obbi Schlintky
nown w as
lily
1968.
Kh ,,,, hj the judges to hav |h iluini.-.l l".'"^'>
,hat as we rh* ** outstanding Bin I,- func- %" ~{ ,,.., \. d ,,.1V
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ity" < Exod. 28.21
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ii. j b n.: unt. i thee pun olive oil I
i to burn continu illy. J
t'hich is before the testimony, A
to bum ii >m evi n
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This recounting of the Weekly Per tic. of the Law is extracted
and bated upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage.'
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shenqold. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sihlang.
nunit) tod to ol the Pi

lei nories become """ '"' "1'" (food *nd welfare ol
I-;..,.,,;., i., \|h-i i- 'hl entire rommunitj will be re-
st. mmod from thi- fad thai
Whal are
ClItTI
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these .n. three-
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" .ii. .it B | I
Jews cut
I It
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.s.'uii. we try to dpknia "' ""' two awards given the original episode of the Book ol ":'k,.li ': ': earsallei In was .
nds entirely, annually. Patron ol the Award is Esther, the chiel actors who ap- .'"'^ '"' 'a1'" "" perhaps based on an ol
1 i b. able to learn *te *-derl Savings and Loan ,,,,, Ihl. Sl. u,,,. rim is due t. "re-- law ****** ''was
n. r\ n track histtin Association; sponsor ol the evenl '"""' ol '' ,, ,
, <:hAi..m i ,i, ia-m i- i 1-....1, trstwhile while the real partici- sons. So i ,. ha the term the ears ol a thi i *
has i he iu habit ..i repeat- '' s|,1' m I-oom- '"- I- nal 1. nth. ....
. pants in the .liana were hidden '''' ; '- merelj a corrup- ofl il I ighl
" ,n"l IIH'IlllH'l \.. .1. ..|.-,i np ........it.!.,.I ..If,..... ........ .... ... .. .
remember \,, Ucted or appointed officials
w ., rve were weak, ho receive pay"for""their"civic "'": God himself, who shs
iw been strong; servici will bi considered, nor will human destinj in his Divine Prov-
-: ns from individuals. The idence, Iocs not even have
-'.' sdeni when ,tter of nomination from your or- ,,vm, namr mentioned in
i haw ii > n .mill
His
the
I ha\ en loud, should .animation or group should be sent .,.,.-
- ,,,:s Award 'r Some "'""
1968. o Melvii Habei s iritj ,:'';" kl' :
' '' 1.3313! Mr. "f hilai ll i vet t to the i mo-
M Sanford M Swerdlin lions ol subjecu thai were under
B'nai B'l ith
ward committee
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MAX I IPSCHITZ
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Bi '! C. IVGRM s
i \ -rit Miami Bi sen
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ii.in ..! thi ram.' "Maji'Tash
i "iwckel full ..I seeds Since il |s >'" H*l) thai tl
arj to eat them on Pur- curred since such praci
the name was easil) i newr a |*rl ol J. wi
'" ," ;' '" -">" il prohibiU the del ,
u ilh 1J ii- \il Hainan ol th.- Book
.' \'. ,. s
H
an-Tash
..l be taken I
lo Inn.

son e type ol r. Btrk tiv. control bj "thi v of Haman" be-
""" ,: the word 1 ,-,," in Hebrew
I In- di adhne i.n i.....n at ions is
\,.i.l i. and the decision of the la claimed i>> some thai the M'
uermanenl judges. Miami Herald original customs were suspended w^kei Son* call
ing Editor George Beebc, : some places because at tunes ""' "'" "' Hamai
:^7;::.:rs;;:if:';;:,,.............*....... a .......
and Publisher ol The Jewish Flor- "s""- A" example of the latter such delicacies thai are baked in
iiii.m. will Iw announced later in
the month.
was a situation in Minsk where the form of human ears and dipped
th- situation "KPt t f hand" in hone) lAbarbanel. Commentan
CANDlEMGHriNG TIME
10 ADAR 6:02
I Hi IV. :. i / A |ir l.l... mai raqu.it. .....
., s.-rn B N-Al RAPH*EL: 14<>' NW IMM si
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II..II MoiiiIh) T |. id Mt-Klllah II
MIAMI
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional. Cantor
Lou.s Cohen. 12
HEBREW ACADEMY -400 p,netre
Dr Orthodox. Rabb. Alexander S
Groat. 25
.ervat.ve. R.bb, Char,.. Rub... ',. I." "
Cintor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI .TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE .\?nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph K ingiley. 37
iHun, '-.v. .
h e mi ... u
" I
uriIk
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY .
SYNAGOGUE 1S32 Waih.ngton Ave K*,,h
Orfhndox RiMn T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Eng.l .-6 SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TIQN as SW 7th Ave. Orthodox
.intor Mcrr.s Bar. I OR OLOM (TEMPLEl 875S SW 16th
. St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
A-.SHE EMES ?533 SW 19th Ave man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
Icnservative Cantor Sol Pakow.tz. 2 I :' BatUTdaj I .. n
. MltZMih ll. w...... r Ml
EETH AM TEMPLE.. 59S0 N Ken. I elmii
j i D. S Miami. Reform Rabbi
Hrri.fr! Baumgard Cantor Michael TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mami
3 Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
a Carmi. Cantor Dav.d Sherman 14 MENORAH .TEMPI Ei 620 75th St VOUNG ISRAEL Or GREATER
EETH OAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. Frtdeo i |. in S. rn..... I id. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. ",AMI 99 NE 17ttt St Orthodox
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rai.l.i David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Se.f ?7
ij I |. in Si hi
-'' I II.....' ML '-..!..
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. jg
; in S iturxi ij .in s< -
Hui .
<> n m Mr,
EMANU-EL 180* S Andrew, A,.
Reform Rabb. R.chard M Lev I,.
Cantor Jerome Klement 4)
NALLANOAH
r,,*L.LA.NDALE JCVVISH CENTER
'b N E F.rtt Avr 4,
HOtir'wooo
BEJM EL iTEMPLE, S 14th A..
Reforn, Rabbi Samuel Ja"r 4,
I m Annual I
thi Ues
BETH SHALOM* ,TEMPLEl
Monroe St Contervat.ve R .,
ton Malav.hy. Cantor I,, ,
48
Gold
Conservative. Rabb. Sol Landau. I'nnnol Kum-tion Alii -I lJ | owitj, Cantor Nit o Feldnian.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4, (meal Blmbbiil Kiiturdnj ..in Th
p in :.ti.I N .. in I- |
n. i <. ni.",
' 'lh- S.i l -
ui .la) h in Tli. Torah U -
. ., i..i
e
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
.lox Rabb. Solomon Schitf 5
i i- in turuu) '- ..in > .
11..in.. Kiel ik.I 11 .
I) >. in Mi Biiuh I. ii.
.i.T m
I'' Mil I in S.-l in..ii I .. -I \\
il \\ n
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TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLEl
Rabbi Naftah Poms'. ^
CO*At GABIES
w.','';. .....; Ml Mr. JUOEA .TEMPLEl 5500 Granada
______ Blvd. Reform. Rabb. Morr.e K.p.
per. ^
951
E. 4th Ave.. H.aleah. Con.ervat.ve. NER TAMID .TEMPLE. 80th St and r. ..,'. ,. ,, *
Rabb. Maur.ce Kle.n. 15 Tilum Waterway. Conwrvat.ve ; '
r S:|3 pm. Saturday 9 la. hb, Euaene Labov,UC Ca"^r Ed K .
MHsvah I. Ill .' imnlx II
;i in I d i'
-
2ION (TEMPLEl. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
l'n.l;i> la I. Ill '" I.-I.-..I......f J.-t*
...I i.> i i ii lluMr Month RntMnla) .. .n
. li> .Mr .a ii.- ..i. liar m ivah Mark si.i.li.n
i
i ih .-.. ui l.i> 15 a in .-. in. n Tl
ni- Satui day
i> in Tl I '".i ...it ..f I..... : |. in
s. ni-.n u Mum il.-ni. m... i
e
BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
aode.n Traditional. Rabb. Max
rapiro Cantor Ben Dickton. 6
a
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
St Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkea 8
Ml >- I Ml- I '.I I il.l
blMMl : lh.-. HI! I '. > I llloM I >
. i. .... I
.Mill, ii .Mill-!, ui
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e NAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE. 275 NW
ith St. Conservative. Rabb. Abra-
am Cassel. 9
e
ISRAEL iTEMPLti Or GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
I i .l.i \ 8:1! I. in Ren Rlol in
rVh) I 'I ll II

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St Conaervalive. Rabbi Avroin L
Orasm. Canter Nathan Parnass 11
^ I I iihii
i i
lIUI
M i ...I Ml i N"i Bnan i Al
MIAMi*BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox. Rabbi Isaac Ever 17
W"'1 K"'n 2AMORA (TEMPLE,. 44 Z.mor. Ave.
OHEV SHALOM 7065 Bonita Dr Cor""*'ve .Rabb. Maxwell Bero.r
Orthodox. R.bb, Ph.n... w.b.r^ ,,,,,v ,, p. s..... ..,.., *
! .!..-. dun S.mrdaj I a n s. "'' '' '' Kalurdaj i
........i. :..,, end Tit..... "rmun Bi-riptaral l-
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 646 "- UUOMhlUll
Collins Ave Rabbi Sad. Nahm.as. 31 BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEi 547 E
v^44iswRaA.hLnrMrM,RB"c- w^'oJf^Jssi'ffiS
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. .,
Ben-Hillel. 3j Prlday 1:13 ,. .<,,,,
II .
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
is!*?,* VESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1026
N E Miami Gardens Drive Con.
'" ''l- I Ko||wed b) titieti
SINAI .TEMPLE. 1201 Johnson St
conservative Rabb. Dav.d Shap.ro
Cantor Yehudah He.ibraun 4;

MIRAMAR
,S5AES. |TEMPlEl 3500 SW 9tn
Vi^y Conservative
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132SEIUhAve
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Sxop
Cantor Michael Frederick 44
' 1 p m >.. man ni. -i -'
I'll- M.I..I .1, h K. II...S. I >.
Khabbal hosti .1 bi Ml nail
'- ler in honor ..f daaahli r '
-. in > iturda) I .i m Ha
' 1 ll. in.-inl.ra... .
SWtfSeftl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. f --
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D V r-
\
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. Shmaryahu T. Sw.r.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
a
BETH RAPHAEL .TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Dav.d Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
a
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabb. Leon
Kron.sh Cantor Dav.d Conviser. 21
K> lila) s I". t in. I Ha-
servat.ve Rabbi Milton SchUneky
Cantor Tihor Moses. 33
> RVrmon \ Mm), ,
' her Saturday II
uini.-l > |n y, ||, ,-, .,:, .,,
BE.TH I0RAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave. Conservat.we. Rabb. Max L,p-
schiU Cantor Jacob Rsnaer. 34
' .....I si', i. in ;..,
'h- \\..rl.l Kx......
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Raiidi Dow Rosenawaia. 23 bctu i
i^Xi !! E CONGREGATION
EMANU EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash- rZ, n.. rt'o H/- Conservative.
.noton Ave Conservat.ve Rabb., z.on K-^K.-K"n,e'd Can,or B"
Irv.ng Lenrman. Assistant Rah*, ,.,*" K'rbenb.0,
Dan^ E K.rshb.um. Cantor Zv, .,.,,- ''
I --,
' '" ''.......'
rCaUimcal television 'Programs
K-**t-Ch I0.:30..m Th. Jew-* Worship Ho
WW Rabbi Morton Ma^vsky. Tsmpte Both
sh .i...ii. Rollywo
Man-h-'-c-h 7 i ,, The Still Small Voia
' '' Sol I andau,
Beth David .' .
Topic Discussion on Jud
<;,"'s'^ '.....'"' B Htvrwlti and Lssllc R -klms
Mar.-I, |_0l 2 ,, I(,n Ma_ T(( Min
0 Humor"
'''"' ;"" R**bl Irving Lehnnan, Temple
EmwmvEl Miami Btach.
Model itor Rev Luther C P


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'" BOOK REVIEW
Fj
svi/nunir b. livbtnan
PARXVERH IN MTATK-BI ILDING:
Vm-ri. .in |.\\r\ .mil |rar|
bj In i.i. v Rubin
>ng las) i here has app< ired
I '.I what this t. \ i, w< r
i .al i\\ (i! books ill>-
iu the deprecating comment
lUnerlcan Jewrj was r: I > a
in the stablishmcnl ol
i.itr hi [sra< l
Rubin i' led a
k, Partner* in
it'iii.iiii'; i Diplomatic Pn ks,
> prow that the .1. ivls i
Inil in America playi
i anl i ole, sometirm s
almost decisive role it
'cenM: i< 'Id dream ol a .!
it il
'h'' past two '!. atfi i
ts centered at ound the
wh< thei 1 >i.i--.. .r i ,i, w s
iwrtncrs or only helpers in
..I the State We
I" Hi'' Rubin's u '. r k. in
I'' ''' lortcominRS, is an
I dual onl ibu-
! -
I i,i 1st sp and the
I i 'i .i' kii hinti'i s that
the role ol
societies il
l "ho\ \ '! /.lull.
phi "! Zion' Biluim, i '
u i it it.- i i N ihum Sokolow
k< i t al. IDtlr or tn. tribute
n i" ihe USA Many at-
its wen idi to eithi i es-
im :-!i slit.' ami t'>
Ihj ror -uili a state
i many years be-
in m
; ii viaj nel N
ii |.,i a .!. m -h state in
Iditiot I., t Jcu ish
on Grand 1
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i" thi \i ai .i l liver was in 18
"1 v< ii- btfon Her/I and almost
' y ars In fore Kasl Kurop ai
Ji u:.. awakened lo Ihe m i 'I to
a.i. from Ihe ghettos ol
I ind P..land.
' l izarus v. i- the firsl
>! Zionism at I
il |.,i, ssed ..I the I it -
ilitj "I a Judah Halevi,
Hanoi r ol The it" was pi i
1 -i i befoi Her/1 i ii .1
: ;.. is .1 U-n-
staal Zioi i-t soci I ii sw h is
H ifrul llaivrit. II
bn i it iciety. i \i-t' as
is 1SJO in Ann i.
limitation '>:
\
t.. i|..iiion in very phase "i "I
i-aretz"
I an |i, covi rs act :\ il Ii is
as 19H8 To fit I or
sin.i icomii a v ork ol I
kind ii simple and Ihe rItempi to
il.. -.. would I"- moi xhihil!"
istic till1
'I'h. Ihor. ol
be i' rti\ pi produ rnjle
work 'I" _-,v. I-..
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navem
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Jewish Folk Hour
WITH
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10:30- 11 A.M.
3-4 P.M.
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ida through Lithgow s
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ol a Julius Haber. a Jochanan
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i- t" make the account seem mj -
opic. Without th efl it- ..i
w hi ili .1 day and nisht,
In and year out, unhi n
and uns in I lere would t>
i n coliaths in Israeli philan-
thropy ai : Ii -ini'iit-. The
' "i I""! who
came iri m an i |Hior and
the middle v i-- and \\ io were
suckled al the breasts ol Zionism
in this ci in try n i
dnai",' il i.i (he titles so |irol
I a\< irdi .I on i" hall of U.J.A
ai i Honds I n [srai l bj l-i aeli
nats and 1st erals.
1 yid len" ol he low i i Kasl
.1 N t \ ,:!; and the ghettos
ind Chit ago la-
bor il "Tut all I'shmo." w hile
n anj G in J< ws and
|{ I rabbis scorned the fa-
natic imn
Thi i' \ i' v. i '.it l>
ill"':
u it h Isaai 'a i t I
Miami some fifteen
I iai had bi"en a fund-
i 'i-' i foi Ihe .'' h ish Nat lonal
' thin foi
the K 11 I i.i i u : !' km w
i ,i 'a i- i travel from town
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J90TJUE IS HERRRY tllVEN
th. unftoraignvd, desiring I g<
in husi ne* m .- thi flrtltlou
..f A COl LND DUPLICAT1XC!
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11 If <' n i" i Ida intend* '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 818S2-C
of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TV All Creditors and All Pen Hav-
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a'hlch M'U ma) hav< &ga -; thi en-
..( PHILIP SIEGEL de.
late of I>.i.lf Count) Florida to the
C unt> Judges Dad* Count) md
file the name In duplicate and as
provided in > .. Florida
u:- i' their ., e* m the
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IRISHMAN FEIN
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREm GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desirlnf i
in busing a* under thi ui
of COUNTRT CLUB Fl RMA1 WEAR
doing buslneas ..- th- following' ad-
dresaea Perrlni Shopping <
VVestrhester Mall Intenoi la .
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. u:t Court of Dadi County, Fl. t
COUNTRY CLUB .men S
A'BAR, INC
B] EMAXUEL MEYER, Pres,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni >TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
* underaiarned It t I gage
business u flrtltlou*
ED MAR OIFT SHOP
B W I Street. 3 l'i- ids d
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Circuit Cou
SILA M iRQl'EZ
BDUARDi PA8CUAL
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE (S HERERY GIVEN that
u lerstgi .-'1 desiring to engage
aslneas u- lei fictitious i ..
CASt'H iss""\*i:s at "::
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uit Court i>l :
MAR S c API k\
KITH SCHYt EITZBR
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or -ME
-EVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 69-2521
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
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thf undersigned, desiring :> engagre
in business u*
I MIAMI STUDENT FIELD TRIPS
i' \*orth Mian I ..
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ith th< Clerk t tl Cli Ci ui:
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LORR USEGii'D
HARRY Zl'KBRNICK
Attorne) for >v
4Ifl Um R ,.i
Miami Beai h, Fl
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69-3170
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROBERT I.EROY FRANK
Plaintiff.
REBECCA '' (.ROLE FRANK..
Deti
TO REBECCA CAROLE FRANK
Resldi : i u:i'.
V. u. REBECCA i"Ali<'I.K FRANK
an hereb) notified that a Bill ( Cm-
; for i
-i you. and vm ai a
- n .i op) of youi inswer oi I
>-' lo Hi. h.ii ,,f Complaint tl .
Plaintiff! attotnej VoS /i.MKT a
SMITH. I5IJ i-a|iital Bank Muililinx
Miami, Florida ::-;:. and ill. the
r ..r Pl-adinc in the
office ..f tl,. Clerk .'f ih. Circuit
r..urt on ..i before the 4;h daj of
April '- If i..ii Fail U ajdg-
raeni b> .l.f-Ult iii be ;:i..... a.
;, u for tht i. Ilel dental ded li
lull "I i iii plain)
Tl -: ,,ii i publish! I
... 1. H-eek !..r !..ur | ... utlv< teeks
ni thi; .ikw ish FU iriih \\
DONE \\'H ORDERED at \l
das of F. i.iu .
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le Cou
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Deputy i
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO bv.'3J a
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IYILI.IAM \ HAM EY
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82031
In RE Esti......f
\ IKi A.i KIRSANt IW
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credit I All Peri H n
litg Cla ma or Deangnda Agalnsl Sa I
1-^'ate:
You an herehj fled .....
sd i" presei ai I claims -*ii t demandl
h', li \..u in ii l..n irainsl i
tat< of NIKOI \.i KIRS > Vi '
ii v. Florida,
tuti, i -ount) Judge* i'..'li <'
and fih ll -.'in. in dui i
, Sect lot 11 I
Statute* ifflce In the County
CourthouM In Dadi Countti Florida,
a'ithin six i ..' lar month* from ihe
* in. of thi hereof,
Dated al Miami. Florida, thi* tTih
.!.,> t Fi hi ii., \ an
EUGENIA KI.INKi i\V8KT
A K\. utrix
Ftral put.! cation <( this notice on
th- ?ist di i of F. hruan ".'..
BEVXETT < FEI I'MAN f
SCHONFELD ft FEI DMAN
\ rneys for F.\. utrtx
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NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'UDICIA' CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 69-21*7
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
VORPERTO SILVIO ALVAREZ,
Plaintiff.
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i'l:| I\ v i E> IN GONZALEZ
ALVAREZ,
Defendant
TO CEI.INA I F' IN GONZALEZ
ALVAREZ
i *alle i" | Av. tii.la T
Catai ro, Ri porto Pan
i'ni
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
irtlon fur Divorce ha* been filed
ai \"ii and ^"u .ir.- required lo
serve .. cop) of \"ur trrltten defenaea,
if any, to it on SCHWARTZ ft
SCHWARTZ, attorneya f..r plaintiff.
a-hoae address la Hoi Beyholri HuiLlmg.
Uti N" E lal Si Miami, Florida 13112.
and file the original with the clerk
..f th.- above, styled court on ..r h. *'H be taken aga
f..r.' March lit) therm a*, a
Hulfciiii. i:i in \ i .'.) igainst you
for the relief demanded in thi i m
pla i ot i"
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Piii h a'eek for four i i.nsecii'lvi weeks
in THE Ji:v. ISH Fl> iRIDIAN
witness tin hand and thi
I -.. il ,-"urt at Miami, Florida on
tl Stl da] of Februarj
K H IEATHRRM\N
\ I lerk Circuit Cogrt
I )a.l- Countj Fl
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uit Ci in i Seal
SCHWARTZ ft SCHWARTZ
Kim > ybold Building
N K lal Street
Miami Fa
Att .rni f"r Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No 69-.''881
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
KATHLEEN STEWART TH.'.MAS
Plaintiff,
va
Ri >NAI D \\ TH. 'MAS
Defei
Ti > RI IXA I I' U THi iM AS
Realdenci I'nknown
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i Complaint foi Divorce i .,- i i
riled agalnsl you, and you are hi
by required to -.'\. ropj ..' your NOTICE BY publication
\ -u,, oi pleading on the Plaintiff* in the circuit court of the
Attorney. RICHARD J BEAMISH III, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.....I Boulevard, Holly- OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
Florida, MirJi, ;,,,,i nie th. COUNTY
gtnal Anau-er ..r Pleading In th. oi No 69-2120
flee of the Clerk "f th. Cln-ull Court, Suit for DIVORCE
mi ..r before th.- S8th ii..\ .'' QIX>RIA PARKER
' If >,.u fail t,i do ao, judcni. i P i
m default win t.e taken agalnsl \.u va
for the relief demanded In thi Bill oi JAMES DAVID PARKER,
< i-mplHint f.ir Dlvorci I>ef.
Tins NOTICE shall be published Ti JAMBS DAVID PARKER
once Bach a-eek f,.r f..ur iti ronsecu- i Unknown
Uve e.-k- in The J. -h r
DONE and ORDERED al Miami
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ~~
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T. c
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCER .
No M-2434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HAI I. I'KREZ.
PlalntitV,
vs
Ri >sa Ki / GARC1 v ri i
IN f. ndant.
Ti. ROSA CRUZ QARCIA 1 : ,:i x
I Avenue
Newwark. N.m J. rsey
Y..u Rosa CRUZ GARCI \ pi i i /
in ii. rebj notlPed that .. itin ", i
mplainl f.-r Divon has
. ig.. nal >.'U. and >.-u an r. iu .i
lo -.-i ropj ,.f ,,,ur v..,,..
I"- ,.l ng to the Bill i f i',.n- nut i
th. pialntifPa att \, ,. ,
kiss, i4 s n
Florida HIM .....I file th.
' or l'i. adlng in th.
ol thi -. uii i ii
bel the -'"Hi da) ol Mai
you fail t do ... iudgment i
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manded in th. Bill of C
Thi ahafl Im publl
. a. h i. k f..r u .. We.
in THE JEW ISH Fl < 'HIM \\
l-'VK \Mi. IRDERED it
la\ ..f ;
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Clnult Court I kadi I V tl '
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iis\\ 1st Street
Florida
ey for Plaintiff
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Ki.de County, Florida, this 18 daj
February, 199.
E li LEATHERMA.N
Clerk. On-illt t",.uri
I'.i-i. County Courthouag
Miami. Florida Ml
R> V a HF.UHTT l>. putv Clerk
RH'HARD J REAM ISM III
Attorne) at Law
4112-IS Holl) wood B ui. vgrd
Hollywood, Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69-2984
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WALTER V FERGUSi i.N
P tlfl
Vou, .'AMIS DAVID PARKER, arr
hereb) notified that a Bill of t'.-m
. plaint f..r Divorce has been filed
agalnat you, and >..u .ire required !
serve a cop) "f youi li awer '.r ri.-al
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl 0T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 82IMA
In RE I it- of
MOKRI8 ALPBRT
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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ins and
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ol I lade Count) Fa
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file thi
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within six calei
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No 68.144S6
SUIT f OR DIVORCE
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N (TICK IS HERKin
i- li thi Kill -f Cmnlamt ..n the -
Plaintiff attorney, PAfl. KWTTNBT,
E8Q Sllverateln, Kwltney ft Goud -*
IJncoln R..ad. Miami Rearh. Flo-
r i and file the nrtgtnal Anawei
Pleading It the offlca ,.f the Clerk
of thi Circuit <- ur- on or I-. i
th.- 14th dii> f Mar. h I Ml If yon
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di t.e t.ike- agatnal you f-.r the
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''UK JEM ISH Fl iRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlai
Florida, tl l.i f Februan ID
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LEGAL NOTICE
"ICE BY PUBLICATION
' C'ROUIT COURT OF THE
Hi NTH JUDICIAL CtFlCUIT
[PRIDA IN AND FOR OADE
)UNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61-2843
[SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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No H.'307-A
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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'Sam sure uses the latest methods!"
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE TOCREDITORS
Ml ivi
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of I Mils 'ou l" I '
uuli Judgi > o( I Mil* County,
. umi in aupll i< mid as
.1 in s.. in.11 : 1 'I..? lila
*, in tin ir nffl< in 1I11 ii-'v
llu.utr In I'ii.1. County, Florida,
-ix calendar month* from Ihe
,.f ihi Orel i.ui.ii.wtlon hereof.
. ill he barred
.1 .,1 Miami, Florida, thin Mth
t Fi bru iry. A.D
FRANCES KRINIIBRO
A- Ex. 1111 i\
t i.ui'h. atlrm of tin" notli on
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MBit AMI ROFK in'
BSSH IN \l. ASS" K'lATII IN
1. > for Ex. utrii
b t Hi Hi a) n* Mix il
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fICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|ii: is 111:111:11 v GIVEN thai
don 1'... .1. di -ii itiR to ngagr
in*** mi.1.1 fh* fli-tltlou*
Iancial pi.wnim; AR80CI-
Iiuponl Plaxa Center,
Florida, Inti nds to register
n. aiili ihi thi t'lr-
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President
Fl( MANNHB1MER.
RNElKIJi (TTI.Il:
fr.r M'l <
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[Florida 33131
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NOTICE UNDER
flCTITIOUS NAME LAW
' is HEREBY <;i\ EN Hi '
irstamed, d. Mirnii: ti. engage In
m iler the fictitious name of
It citizens Kilil : load, Miami Beach. Ploridn
n register mild name With
rl. --1 lh- I'irruit 1'i.urt of Dad*
Florida
I'KM'K.VT III "SEW ARES
KXIIIHIT. INC
[Jl'l r.s km:i:i.. President
' U KISS ROSE* AUK IN
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NOTICE UNDER
flCTITIOUS NAME LAW
FK Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
aralgned, denir>ia 10 engage In
||nd*r the fici.ii..u* nam.- nf
HAIJ'BHN. HII..MHKK AMD
at 11.in N W 14th Sir..-:
I. Florida I3IM intend- rectal
ki II Curt of I ;,.!- County, Florida
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AND MARKS P K.
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Irn.-v- for Halprrn,
"re uid M.11 I l> A
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ml. I inrida 13132
i it tl-tl 3/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I "TICK IS HEREBY OrVKN thai
indaf'alaned, dealrina- to onrae:e In
__Ines* under lh.- floUttoue nam.- of
FOX'It SKASi.VS SHf>l' .1 Sun.- :-.!<. On* l.iii...in Hoad
illnit. .Miami. H.-a.h. Florida In-
to n-KlHtiT *.mt num.. with th*
,,f .i... '-ir. uii Ci.urt ..f Dade
foauity. Florida.
y> >. 1. -ACONS I'AIUI
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KKNNKTII \ H.-KANT
Att".ri .v fur Appll. mil
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MJam. I'-..- h FU
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTh-K is IIKKBRV (IIVBN lhal
un.i.'i-icii.d, deelrlng i" easac* In
m m under il..- flctll lotii name <
,V\\ s SiTli'T/.. Mil al IR""
|.l ..ii Av*nu*. Miami H.a. Ii. Fk>r.
naal139 mi. nils in i.-i-iter utld name
11 1. rk ..f Hi" t ii. im Court i.i
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PflA AN S Sl'lli I'I'Z, .M l> I' A.
l'KK AND ROdKIN I" \
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i\ s HCHOTZ, M I' PA.
LBIwiiyo*' lllx-d.
) Florida 3313S
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NOTICE UNDER
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK 18 HBKBIIV OIVKN that
lh.- underatsned. dealrlnn i anmiffc
in buatn*aa under the flelllwua name
if IK'SK MAItli: PBMININE FASH-
H'NS AMI IIKAl'll MKAK at l?3tn
.Unix Avenue intend* to resleter
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81608 B
In l:i: 1: Ihi
CB1.IA ZIMBTHAI'M,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Uredltoi I'i-i m>i H.ix-
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Vou are herrb) nol ifli >i and
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M'hlrh x.-u ma) havi ncalnsl the ea-
1 CKI.1A ZIMBTHAI'M, dei eaa-
ed lati Dade Ci unty, Florida, to
the County JudK*-* of l.1.1.- i'.,uniy.
and flic ii'- tarn* I- duplicate am
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-T609
NOTICE OF SUIT
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 61 *-.
c ||T FOR P.VORCE
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ns provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Rtatute* in their of Hem In the County I "' Complaint .....
Courthouim In Dade County, Floridu. I notice "hall h* puh1lhed
within six calendar monthe from the
lime "f lb.- first publication hereof,
or thr Paine will lw barred
Dated -ii Miami, Florida, Hii. '.''ih
said name with tin (*lerk of Ihe Clr- da) ol January, A I' IMS
mt ''"Uri .'f I'a.l. County, Florida
KlxiAU CAM Mi 'SI
J II KKVS
Ait.th. y for Applicant
M"i tiaicayne Hivd.
t.T-14-i
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 69-1943
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
. AMMIK. MAE J' IHNSO.N
Plaintiff,
samkei. JOHNS" IN
l.. fondant
T"' HA.MI'KI. J' iHNRt >N
Ijisl km.xxn r. Il
a -ui matllnii addn m
Oeneral Dellx en
H..llx mil. s.uili Carolina
YOU ARR HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
, lion f..r Divorce has been flkNl
ntalnst y..u and you an required to
nerve n cop) of your written defence*
it any. to it on AlJtERT WILBN8KY, :
! attorney for plaJntlff, whoae addreeji |
is m ill iiis.ii> ne lildK it W Flaitler
33130 and file the orlclnal xvtth the :
.l.rk of the above -tyled court on or i
'before March nth. IM9; ntharwlai -
htdirnten! may be entered acalnet you
' for the relief demand..! nl the i-om- |
plaint or petition
Thw notice haii published once
each we.k for four consecutive vx..ks
in THE JEWISH FIAJRIDIAN,
VYfTNBBfl mv kamd and the *al
Of -said court at Miami. Florida on this
Jrd day of February 1!>hs
E II I.EATHKHMAV
An Clerk. Circuit Court
[lade Countv. Florida
lly C r COPEI^AND
A* Deputy Clerk
. (flrrnlt Court Seall
Al.ltl.ItT WII.ENSKY
I M UK IllKCayne Itldjc.. Miami. Fla
Attorney for Plaintiff
t'7-14-31-711
NOTICK BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
Ne. W-208
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I AIII. SHAFEH.
Plain tiff
ItARItARA RHAFER.
Isefenilant
TO. BARBARA 8IIAFER
10113 Wlloak Street
HouHtln, Taxaa
You. IIARI1ARA RHAFER. are here-
by notified that a Hill of ComphiliK
for Divorce ha* been filed a*-alnnt
you. and you ar required to *erve a
tnpy Of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of ('ruplalnt on the Plaintiff*
attorney, IltWIN C CHRIBTIB. 2.'.0
Blacayne Houlex-ard, Miami, Florida
and file the orllnal Anawef or Plead-
iiik In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 11th
day of March. 19i".9 If you fall to do
O, Judnmenl by default will be taken
afafnel you] for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
Thin notice vhall be publish, d once
each week for four cnn*ccutlx-c areaki
In THR JEWISH Fl.omi'l w
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thl" 4th day of Februart \ D
i .,.-,
E H I i: tTHBRMAN, Clerh
cm. mi Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj c P i '' 'PET.AND
1 I.I.IIIX Clel k
11-iicull Court s. ili
IRVYIN 0 CHRISTIE
Rlpeayne Houlevard
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/7-U-21-2I
BERNARD ZI.METH \I.M
As Ex. rutnr of Ihe Bets I
of Cella Zimetbaum, Deceam-d
First publli it Ion ..1 tins ... oi
7th day of Pebruarj
HEIMAN AND citAIIY
Bj I."IIS HEIMAN
Attorney! fr Exi i utor
i .- -
the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fHVEN thai
i the ultderafatned, ttealrlng to ennaite
! In business under th.- fi. litmus nam*
..f CENTCRY :'l al 1190 N i: 163rd
sir.-.-t. North Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to rcgieter aid name x>lih
ih< Clerk ol the Clrcuil Court of Dade
u v Florldn
S M I. .1 MORO. IN
ENTERPRISES INC
ltv SAC I. .1 MOROAN, I'r. -i.i. -.1
GOLDSTEIN. FRANKIJN
.sAl'l..I MOROAN
A- CHONIN
AMornrx-s f-.r
ENTERPRISES, INC
1990 v 1: i<3rd Strei t
North Miami Beach, Florida
.' 7 ll-Jl _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8I6J9 B
In RE Eatate of
OVA MARIE TERM1NE
I.....is,.||
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All perMna
rlavlnc rialtna or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby noifi.d and requir-
ed to prem-nt an> rmJmn arid demand"
which you mav have ak'.*lh"t' the
...,-. of OVA MARIE TEUMIVE
decnaaed late of Hade County. Florida,
to iho County Judges of Dade County,
and file the "nme In duplicate and as
provided in Section 713 til. Florida |
Statutes. In their office* in Hie rrtunfy
Courthouse In Hade County, Florida.
within si, calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will bo barren,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this itlil
day of Januarv. A D IMS
JINE SWAIN
A" Administratrix
First publication of thl* notlue on
the 7th day of February, 1*69
ARTHCIt J WOI.FSOV
Attomev for Administratrix
4*6 lllseayne lluildtng
h week for ".nr consecutlvi
i in Till". JEWISH PI 'llll'I V\
in >NE AND RI >EREI I Rl Miami
Floi ida, ilu- .:h day of Fi bruai )
Al'
i: :: I.i: VTHERM v\ Clerk,
i 'in uu Coui i I Mil* "aunl j Floridu
B) S A lli:u ETT
I lenuty 1- rk
i. 'ircull Court Seal)
i iCK i u ess
1144 8.W I-i Str.ei
Miami, Florida I
Attorm v for Puilntiff
. i ."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No 68-6391 Schuli
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I' \ I.IJBN !; in KLL
Plaintiff.
IIRARLI1 HOWELL
1 lefendant,
Mil BEARL (I Hi>\\ ELL, r. si-
.1. ii, unknown Are reiiulrid >
y..ur answer In i i.....mplalnl for
divorce with the clerk "f the above
.-ourt and serve a cop) thereof upon,
HBHMAN ci.hkn. i:s... i
I Congre*" Hldg, Miami, Florida on or
' I.. :.-r. March I:. 1969 or el.....in
I plaint win b< i .... ii as ronfi
I HATKD Fi I UUI 7th 1969.
K ii i.i.\tiii:i:mav
Clerk of Ihe Cii. uu Court
By: N A HBWETT
I i.-|iuiv Clerk
1/14-21 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 74462 C
IN RB: Eslale of
SIKiiFKIKD COIIS
1 leceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that tee
have flli l ..nr Final Repoi i and
Petition for Distribution ."! Final
Dlschnrgi i* c* Executor* nf I.....'*-
tati nf SIEOFRIED COHN dec......i -'7
and thai on ili.- l"ib 'I "I Mar-li. NOTICE UNDER
will ppl) to Ho Ilonoi i FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Count) Judgei "i Dadi Con I) i li'H is lll-;i:i:i:\ GIVEN that
' rd, d......g to engage
i,ri .',l for il Iributlon and front I In bu n- litInus name
Co-Executors of the of I MVBR8ITY IJ^RORATORY al
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
N* 69-1721
Judge: Harvle S. Du V.ii
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KKITIl J.XJdEK DO CO LAS,
Plaintiff,
MAKI.KNE I. DOUGLAS,
Defonds n'
TO: M \Rl.i:NK I. DODOLAS
li!7i I>lckens Slre.-t
South Hurnaliy
Hntish coiiimt.iii. Canada
You maRij-tne i. rHii' hereby notified thai a mil of Com-
plaint for Divorce bus boon filed
against you, and you air required to
serve a I opy of your An^xverorPlendini:
to the Hill of Complaint on the plaln-
tlfPs Attorney, I. It HATERS, 14in
Oougre. RulidlnK. Miami, Fiori.hi ISItl
and file (he Original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offlco of the Clerk of Ike
Circuit Court on or before the lOlh
day of March. 19*W If you fail t< do
ho. Judgment by default will he (alien
against vou for the relief deffJuUlded
III the Bill of Complaint
Thl* notice shall lie published once
each weak for four conaecdtlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE ANH ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, thi.s 3lst dav of January,
A I> 1969
E It LEATHBRMAN, clerk
Circuit Conn. Pad. Count) I :"- da
Uv lx" \l 1,1 M \ N
I'. put] Clei k
fClrcult 'our! s- all
I I! MAYERS
in.. Congresa Building
Miami. Florl.la JS13!
Tel .71-
dltorm v for l-lulntlff
1 t -i '-:i
Tin- (i| ,| ,\ of Fl >"n I
s/ AMELIA ORI'BN COHN
s iikmii NORTON
HENRY M IRTON
\
I BIS. IV lie Itlllldilig
Miami. Florida
J 7 11 11 II
11 ix. < 'oral i labd
i-'i.i |nti-ndi '.. reglHter said nam.
with Ho Clerk nf th* Clrcuil Court
,. [ihiIi "ounl %. Floi Ida
I.i: HKRBKRT \ \\:i:tiiei.m
m \l .'' M II FRIBDM IN
\ i torney t..r Applicant
- E 1st si Miami
1/7-14-31-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCL IT COORT OF TH i
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIl
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADL
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N 68-1 .'929
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAK1 IALDANB
I'lnli
WILLIAM IIA1 DANE
HALDANE

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. TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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K II i i: \-iii:i:.man. Oh rk
Clrcuil Courl Daili Oiunty, Florbl
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 32223-C
111 RK KM I "I
1 in \ l!AM\\ |TZ
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I A 1-. .... Hi
m- i i. mi Vgii -i ,~
-
*i" ii I hi
I -i iii |i claims .mil .1
, maml- which vuu ma) '..
id. slut, nf ID \ HAU 'WITZ l-r- .,
ii luti i >adi i "ount) I'l. i Ida I
Ihi Count) Judgi a ol I Mde "ounl
and flli ih. ssmi In dupllrati and .
provided m Section 733 16 Florin
Statute*. In thi H pa In the Con
| ',.ui thou- 'ii I ide i 'ount) Floi
within -:x calendar months fi m ti
time ol -hi- ii-st publication hereol
thi n will barred
I lab .1 ii Miami, Florida, Ihla
lax of Fl bl ll. \ V 1 '
MORRIS G VLOV. I IV.
\. i:x. ui
Fin i "ui i ihis nol lei oi
the nth day of February,
FROM HERO, FROM HERO \- RuTII
Li NN Vx FIU>MBERG
i f Counsel
Ittomcys for n* ecutnr
\t |n! Rlseax ne Hldg .
Miami, Floi i i
1/14-S1-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69 2316
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I Wll.l IK SMITH.
I Plaintiff,
I
ECI.A MAE SMITH.
I'. fi n.lant
TO MRS ECI.A MAE SMITH
Ki dence I'nknown
You. ECI-A mm: smith, an heri
by notified that a Hill of Cmplai
I f..r Divorci has bean filed against
] you, an.I you -ii- required to s,.r\ .
a .-opx nf your Atiaxver or Pleadli
; to the I: n ..f Complaint op th-
Plaintlff nttnrne) LAW OFFICES
OF MAX P BNGBL, IT-" N.W 7tl
Street Ml mi Floi da, T. lephon
i _" and file the original Anawi
or Pleading in ili. office of thi Cli
o fthe Clrcuil Court on or before Ihe
L'lsi daj ,.f March, 1969, If >"u f
to do so, Judgment bj defaull will b-
'nk. n aga Ii > ii for the rellel I
Mi. BUI of complaint,
Th s i...ii, shall be published oi >
each week for four cotiaecutlvt xv
in Till: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE IM) (iRDBRED al Mlam
Floridu, u.i- Til. du) "f February A D
B It I E XTIIKIIMAN. Clerk
1 ui I Courl I' ol.- Corn I) il u Ida
II) \ \ HBM ETT
I put) i "lerk
i \ -v iieficrs (>F
M \ \ I" KNGEI.
fun \ \\ Tip Sin t
.\ilann. Florida
Attorn.j for PHintiff
2/14-J1-."- 1/1
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Friday. FeK
22I*M
A year and a half ago the entire
world followed the "6-Day War"
and watched as Israel, standing-
alone, valiantly and successfully
defended her freedom against
armies sworn to destroy her.
But the war didn't end. Israel's
6-Day War is fought every single
day of every year she exists.
It is a war of constant armed
vigilance against attack. Of main-
taining peak military strength to
deter invasion attempts. Of sabo-
teurs infiltrating her borders
regularly to plant mines that kill
and maim civilians. Of artillery
attacks across her borders. It is
a battle in which children must
sleep in bomb shelters and farm-
ers cany weapons to the fields.
But there is another
365-Day War. Our War.
The constant war to absorb a
backlog of 300,000 refugees wh< i
need to be taught a trade, settle 1
in homes and be made a part of
the life and economy of the
country.
It isa war against arid land thai
must be irrigated and cultivated
if the people are to be fed.
It is a war to find the resources
and people to teach the voungand
care for the old and ill/
Israel stands alone in her war
against hostile armies.
So she must give all her monev.
time and attention to protecting
herself.
The other war is our war. We
help the immigrants become pro-
ductive citizens. We cultivate the
land, teach the young and care f< >:
the old.
Let's win our war.
Israel must live.
United Jewish Appeal
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1969 Combined Jewish Appeal J"k
and Israel Emergency Fund W


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February 28. 1969
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Page 9
*'....."-------BOOK REVIEW
A
svymimr h. Hvbman
ARTVERM in STATE-BI ILDIXC:
\imrii .in ileu r\ ami lm ui I
bj Jacob V Rubin
last there h.is appi
I-I ol M ll.'ll lllis I-A |i Ui I
; a as .i gal ix) ol books ihs-
Iho deprecating romrro n(
nei ican Ji w i j ai onlj a
in the i stabliahment of
iii' ui [si a< I
li ,\ Rubin has compil
i >l< Partner*, in
tnlldlnr. iDiplomats Press,
lo prove thai the .li w i- i
( In America played a
brt|x>rtan1 role, sometimes,
y- almost ,ii eisive role in
It hi dream ol a .!> w -
itai
IW Ihe |>asl two ill cades, a
has eentei ed ai ound the
siion vvhethi i 1 liaspora .' s
f i- hi onlj helpers in
State. We
u ii r k. m
e short is .ui
in I t alu ml ribu-
f his t heals
I -
i/hili .-... | ii,..
i quicki histories i hat
.1 ihe role ol
- icictics ui the
ntury. i i "ho\ vei Zion,
Irem ol Zion i Biluim, i ii
m i Itini i N'ahum SoY
|ker ii al, liltle or no tri
id I hap-
; the L'.S.A Many al
pts \vi tu eithi i re-
lish a Ji v Ish state and I
:i for such a s1 I
.\ irs bc-
un in
bp. M i Vtapm i N
k-en siaif in
I'ak-stii in i .lewis
oMtki I ',''.: :
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in Hii Xi i ;aia Rivei was in is ;.,
71 y> i i ; n Her/1 and almost
,;" yi ai Ix fore Kasl
awakened lo the in i il to
awa. limn (hi lettos ol
R ss i and Poland.
I i/1' h as ihe i irsl
ui Zionism
.ii |,usv, ..^, ,i ,,| ihe lit -
abilii ol i .' lah H
f.iu.i. r ui I In- .! m as
Ilii.ii-
h inn i in his "Juden-
Zioi isl -'H i
llasifi Hnivrit, He-
lii w I .i1 i ha Soeietj. exist
earl ^rro rica
Rubii ice imulation '! e\ i-
ricai Ji ish i>ai -
ition in i very phase ol "bin-
uiiii lilding thi'
\ i is aii :\ ii les as late
as 1968 To find omissi ins or
slim leiimings in a work ol this
kiiul is sim|)le and the attempt to
do s,i w mil.| he ii'ni exhibit ii >i -
I : ill
The author ad to
i in. in pi
: work To -:!' Ihe
pit ir stoi 5 would i an en-
es ol
all those ho Rave ol Hi mselves
and si i \. would require I '
I ages
To Ihe i'ii tun s "t Roi
1 VYni /k> Si waitz, Pried-

lii il lions
foi Israel sinci 19 M5
liui not in read of o
ui a Julias Haber, a Joch
Rudovsky who I ibori d for Zion
n bom for di cadi b prior to 1946
is iii make Ihe Recount seem m\ -
opic. Without th efl irts ol
' lii i lied day and night,
In and yeat out, unhonon d
and unsun ;, then would be i u
mm- in Israeli philan-
thropj at I ii >tni"nts. The
'housai ii- "i fiiol ildici ho
came fn m am \> or and
the middl mil who were
suckled al Ihe breasts ol Zionism
arlj in this c nl iry n < i
divan rd ol Ihe iitli a so profusi -
l> av anli d on b< hall of U J.A,
ai i r.' mi Is i Israi l bj Israi i
diplomats anil Israeli nei erals
The "Yielden" ol Ihe low i i Kasl
Sidi of New York a Ihi lettos
ind Chicago la-
lmii il "Tiii ah I'shmo." wIdle
Ji w and
Reforn i abbi scorned Ih
nalic imn
Thi i' >. I be closi >l
rsation
w iih I iaac Carmel ol blessed
M iami son
I iac had been a fund-
raiset foi I .' v. ish Nat
Fund in Ihe 19 !0s u il tin n for
the Ken n Ha He knew
I it to travel from town
i few pen-
l : disp nsin : blue boxes ind
d n mnants
i,i Israel to ift Her/l's
iojk's Wl is over 70
he confided thai he hop d lo de-
vote is irs to collating
the e\ id' nei "i'ii
; .1 u i > m
Jewish Folk Hour
WITH
Aaron Shin in
10:30- 11 A.M.
3-4 P.M.
w i: ii it -1
99.1
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