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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 7, 1969

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 7, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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T (Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 42 Number 10
Miami Florida Frid
av, March 7. 1969
Three Sections Price 2Dcr
7 Fatah Agents Touring U.S. To Raise Funds
WASHINGTON (JTA> Two
libers of El Fatah, the Pales-
in commando organization, are
Ting the United States ami
jmda trying to raise money and
lipathy for their cause. Wash-
on Post correspondent George
dner Jr. has reported from Los
I'll s.
lie are having little success in
lining funds. Mr. Lardner said
lli-Americans. most of whom
are of Lebanese or Syrian descent.
are generally tight-fisted. While
intensely anti-Israel, some are ar-
tracted to the far right wing or-
gwiizations, othi rs to the extreme
left.
Conservative by nature, the
American Arab population, which
Mr. Lardner estimates at about
our million, tend to vote Republi-
can. The Lebanese and Syrians, he
said, are the old timers, most of
whom started out as peddlers and
built up small businesses. A com-
parative few are Palestinians and
J Jordanians who have come to this
country since 1948, he noted, point-
| ing out that New York City alone
has a Jewish population of more
j than twice their number.
A recent fund-raising meeting at
j the Lebanese-Syrian-American So-
ciety headquarters in Los Angeles
".is described by Mr. Lardner. An
.audience of doctors, priests. d( nts and assorted businessmen
was addressed hy the two 28-year-
old Palestinian emissaries from F.I
Fatah. Akram Abdul .Majeed and
Yous.f Hanafi on the theme that
guerrilla warfare was the only
way to wrest Palestine from the
Israelis. Donations wen- solicited
by George E. Shibley, the general
counsel for the United American
Arab Congress. "At length, be-
tween $400 and $."00 is raised from
an audience ol some 75 of the
Arahic community's biggest spend-
ers/' Mr. Lardner reported. Last
August, hi- sai.t. a "Night of Art-
ists" sponsored by the United Arab
American Congress to raise funds
to defend Sirhan B. Sirhan. the
Jordanian immigrant now on trial
for assassinating s. n. P.oivrt F.
Kennedy, raised only *'). al-
though its goal was S-YOOO
Lord Russell Scores
olish Anti-Semitism
LONDON Lord RusselL
i Russell), the British
r, has accuai d the War-
ntinuing to circu-
its Polish w orkers a "nor-
locumenl ol crude anti-
. irgi r 11
W : : :. .,,1 ;..,u

live.
|o I
on him
i i .
I failii nu Ludu and
rzaw) The ill nir.ci.ition-.
is rei nt letters to Po-
le I Wind.
Poland's
li-Ji campaign.
i Lord R ,eii. the
as tit i, ,t.
Its G> ni -is. 1 'ol
:' I
tten ; '' i v K
bj
I z Centei f P
. WaS -til N Hie ,-i.
mbi i ol th< Polish
d '.'. oi kers Partj lot lust i .
. i: :
led thai
...-- is on ol
oi Zlonisn because mili-
m dot i ; 'i ill nisi
'i woi kers
ait. r World War II. Polish
li -< all conni ction ith the
ng class and became part ol
lite. "A l> w thousand
citizens ol Jewish origin
idated their privileged post-
1* coming a majority In en-
'partments, such as the Min-
t Foreign Trade and Minis-
Culture and Arts, and also
leadership of the Ministry of
Security," the author con-
/
tended.
The documenl claimed thai "per-
soi who h.-ue been recently ex-
LMised a> guilty "f activities harm-
ful t i Poland ol subversive Zion-
ist : it in have n. vi r declared
thi n /i nists ii d cosmo-
polil ins intrary, t he j
have alv. irtd tl
as ... at most 01
I ten Jew i
Continued en Page 15 A
MAY MEET NIXON
Eban Is Due
in Washington
V'JS^-V*
ABBA (BAN
Iraq Charged With
New Torture Deaths
DNA ri< INS. NX
Ii a led Ira
at the
t' N. this week, of still holding
an; Jews
the
n lea t hs I. v im-
i. -
d in a
" Isra i hi< i ri |
itive to the I" N., Ambassador
Vosei rekoah, to Ambassador Ar-
i larj
sklent oi the Security Council.
Mi Teki ah protesti d the reo nt
' a trot ioi rated in Bagh-
dad" the trial, i \. cution and
public displ i.. ol eight alleged
sj |. s foi Israel a~ well as the
Januarj i xecution of 11 Iraqis
nine ol them Jews, on the same
char;: -
"The continuation of these ar-
rests, trials and executions consti-
tutes a danger to peace In the re-
gion." Mr. Tekoah's letter said.
The international community
'; l:' ': \'.;:\l tJTAi Foreigi
Abba Eban
som limi ift.
: an ex i ictii
' -' .
-
I i I M, Nix i
: < k. Ml. : liS,|
i iall describ rl
to An
was vi
ia\ing an
intend
lion in the Mi
before th to
I .......t at a tin
Ni> (ration is
i .
... | ;
'
' L'.S :: icia said I hih ]
t there would
- Midi a-t
Fra I the Soviet 1
., i j .
Powei nfereno i tei ii
the n gi i Si en tarj of Stat
i rs was mm eted to mi i I
soon" with Soviet An bassad n Vi -
rynit in ''' i
I that Pn si Ii nt Nix
.-. i ...

s to I nitwi
* ft aim woi
Israel Government source*
noted In connection with Foreign
Minister Khan's Washington \lu-
ll ili.it the late Premier Le*-|
hkol ha I l..eti scheduled to r to the I nited States some time
this spring tor a meeting with
President Nixon ami other t ,S.
offleiuK Mr. Bahkol'n v i-.ii wai
.. i_.:i:11 > to have taken plu
I is/ i ill as ii ran well call on
Pi s i thnaon and a met -
ing with the t'len President -elect
Nixon. That lisil wan died ofl
! tedl. ror reanons ol health.
Mr. 1
-
Mi Eshk fin
Continued on Page ISA
Suspects Confess Role
In Supermarket Bombing
YOStf TtKOAH
R)l si not, by its toleration, suffer
this situation to continue. There is
no recourse for the Jews of Iraq
except to lx- allowed to leave the
country." Mr. Tekoah said.
JERUSALEM IJTAI Jerusa-
lem police said this week that they
had confessions from thro, sus-
pects directly involved in planting
bombs that wrecked the Supers >l
supermarket in West Jerusalem on
Feb. 21, killing two Hebrew Uni-
versity students and injuring nine
FOR ISRAEL PREMIERSHIP
Mrs. Golda Meir Weighs Offer
mm. cold a mi m
JERUSALEM 1JTA1 Acting
Prime Minister Yigal Allon said
this week that his interim 'care-
taker' Government would act as a
unified body in the aftermath of
the death of Premier Bihkol and
would continue to assume collec-
tive responsibility for the nation's
policies, even though, according to
Israeli law. coalition discipline is
no longer binding. Mr. Allon spoke
at the first Cabinet meeting since
Mr. Kshkols death.
His words appeared to be more .
of a plea for unity than a State*
merit of fact, observers said. He j
said he hoiied his view was shared
hy all members of the Govern-
ment. The caretaker regime will
continue to function until a new
Government is formed with Knee*
. i approval. Mr. Allon urged the
various Knesset factions to do all
they could to ease the task of
President siia/ar in naming a Pre-
mier-designate,
It appeared virtually certain
that the reins of Government until
next November's national election
would !' placed in the hands of
Mrs. Golda Meir. 70. former For-
eign Minister, former I.abor Min-
ister and Israel's one-time Ambas-
sador to Moscow. Mrs. Meir. al-
though out of active political life
for several years, is still regarded
is a major power in the dominant
United Labor Party. She was re-
portedly under heavy pressure
from friends and Labor Party
leaders to accept the interim Pre-
miership in the interests ol unit)
within the party and the nation.
She was said to have promised a
reply following the seven-da)
mourning period for Mr. Eshkol,
but not before Sunday at the ear-
liest
Mrs. Meir appeared to be the
Continued on Pag* 12-A
othi r persona About : ers
..[ thi gang n sponsible foi thi
arket blast ai i iba q lei I
bomb plantings at the British C
sulate in Hast Jerusalem have
been arrested. Police said that all
members of the gang wen In c is-
tody.
Police said the bombs were
planted hy two girls who received
the explosives from a third sabo-
teur. They were concealed in shop-
ping bags. The crime has been re-
constructed with the aid of the
suspects, according to i*>;
Continued on Page -A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Alsop 4-A People PUcei 6-C
Bar M.-iv.iii 10-B Real Estate 8B
Book Review 4-C Sermon 8-C
Candelignt'q 8-C Synagogues 8-C
Cohen 4-A Torah 8-C
Dimng 7-C TV 8-C
Editorials 4-A Weddings 6-B
Engagem'ts 6-B Woman's
World 5-B
Obituaries 11.B Zipp 7-B
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Friday, March 7. 1969
Sen. McGovern To
Speak On Mideast
At Beth Sholom
"American Foreign Policy: The
Middle Bast No. l Crisis Point"
will br the subject ol discussion
wh.n Son George M M, Govern of
South Dakota speaks ,m Temple
Both Sholom, 4144 ('has,' Avc..
Miami Beach, ;it 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day under the auspices ol the Tem-
ple's Culture and Pine Arts Com-
mittee, according to an announce-
menl by Mrs. David Drucker,
chairman of the committee.
The Si n.ii.ii will be introduced
by former Senator Harry P. Cam.
who has been in Miami since 1959
and is one of the community's uut-
tanding civic leaders.
A question and answer period
will follow Sen. MoGovcrn's lec-
ture, With Judge Hairy Arthur
Greenberg, a cochairman of the
rommlttee, serving as moderator.
Other cochairmen ol the Tem-
ple's Culture and Fine Arts Com-
mittee are Jack M. Fink, president
ol the Temple, and James s.
Knopke, president of the Brother-
hood. Rabbi 1.4-on Kronish is the
Temple's spiritual leader.
Israeli Masters
Are On Display
At Beth Sholom
Forty young and old Masters ol
Israel will !> presented in an ex-
hibition of their works al the Lowe-
Levinson Arl Gallery .if Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avi
Miami Beach, beginning after the
u-rvlce* Frldaj evening, March 14
The Pucker Safrai Gallery <>r .!.-
rusalem has made the works <
able to the B th Sholom I lallorj
according i" an announconn nl bj
Mrs De\ id I 'i i:i ker rhali man ol
the Temple's Fine Arts Commit-
ibltioll M ill l Ill Vi< W
until Apnl 26
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Dr. Fackenheim Is
Temple Speaker
Dr. Kmii i.. Fackenheim,
'i"i- figure in Jewish theological
thought, will be Sunday morning's
speaker at tin- Greenfield Adult
Institute of Temple Israel of Great-
> r Miami, beginning at 10 o'clock.
Professor ol philosophy at the
University <>i Toronto, Dr. Fack-
enheim Is internationally known
for his writings and lectures and
ins subject this Sunday, Can the
American Jew Still Believe in th.-
God of Israel?" will offer a chal-
lenging contrast to several of the
other distinguished lecturers in
tins year's Greenfii Id series.
Bot n in < lermany in 1916, Prof.
Fackenheim was ordained a rabbi
m Berlin in 19 '! |u1 before leav-
ing for Scotland, where he spent a
>-i .ii before settling In Toronto in
1941 He .vas b i iuggenheim I-'. How
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A $500,000 Radiotherapj Build-
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a linear accelerator for treatment
of deep-seated cancers.
S. K. Bronstein, executive di-
rector, said the facility should i>e
ready for use early in July.
The one-story, 5.100 square fool
building "ill be added to the rear
of the present hospital. Bronstein
said, it will Include examining
rooms, a waiting room, doctors'
offices and three radiotherapj
chambers, two for the Intensive
treatment by the linear acceler-
ator, and one for superficial ther-
apy by a coball radiation unit.
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at higher energies than the cobalt
machine, can |>enetrate farther
into a patient's body to attack ma-
lignancies. Shorter treatments will
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To Friends Of The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Oor Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Av.., Miami) urgently
nds your help NOW.
The Homt'i costs ors> sky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel hod to be raised from $1.15
to $ 1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost th* Home on ad-
ditional $100,000 tn 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financiol problems
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85". (188 out of 222) ol our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Garden*.
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indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel ond hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Shop.
All contributions ate tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696 2101 and arrange for our
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Friday, March 7, 1969
17 ADAR 5729
Volume 42
A Fruitful Career
Comes To An End
Last week, Israel and world Jewry
lost one of the most outstanding
leaders to have emerged from among
the pioneers serving in key roles in
the establishment of the State of
Israel.
Levi Eshkol was a builder and
leader of the Jewish State from the
days of his youth when he labored
as a farmer draining swamr>s in the
Jordan Valley until his last hours as
Prime Minister of his country. He
devoted his entire life to Israel's re-
birth as a sovereign nation.
In all he did, the late Premier
was a man of the people and one of
the major architects of Israel's demo-
cracy. His historic role in the cause
of Israel's rebirth and his significant
achievements since the ertahhsh-
ment of the State have earned for
him an honored place in the history
cf the Jewish people.
From the very moment of his ar-
rival in Palestine as a 19-vear-old
Russian immigrant, Eshkol applied
himself to the task of building a Jewish
homeland in Palestine a task that he never
relinquished until his death last week. He
was instrumental in founding key settlements
in the Jerusalem area and the kibbutz he
considered his home all his lifeDegania
Beth.

Aided German Refugees
Not content with enjoying the fruits of
his labors in pre-State Palestine, Eshkol serv-
ed at the Jewish Aqency's office in Berlin
during the tragic early years of Hitler and
aided thousands of German Jews in finding
their way to Palestine.
A staunch champion of labor. Eskol was
a founder of the Histadrut, the general
federation of labor, and directed many of
its affiliated enterprises.
His service as a volunteer in the Jewish
Legion of the British Army in 1918 and his
participation in the high command of the
Naqanah in the 1940's provided the militarv
experience that was useful after the found-
ing of the State.
E?hko!'s first post in the Government of
Icrael was as the nation's first director
eral of the Ministry of Defense. But hi* ex-
periences included the top posts as head of
the land settlement of the Jewish Agency and
' acy'a treasurer. In dirCtinq lon^
lament, Eshkol was responsible for the
of nearly 500 settlements during
the first four years of Israel's existence.
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Agriculture, Finance Posts
He served as Minister of Agriculture and
<~s Minister of Finance before he took of
C3 Prime Minister and Minister of Defense
in 1963.
Israel was fortunate to have in its ser-
vice a man so well suited in experience and
temperament to cope with the burdens of a
new state. Those who came in contact with
him were readily aware of his penchant for
work, his great personal magnetism and
his open and frank attitude.
Above all else, Eshkol made his most
significant contributions to the welfare of
his country through his skills that were effec-
tive in keeping various factions working in
harmony.
It was this quality above all others that
succeeded in uniting Israel at the times when
harmony was urgently needed.
Israel's loss will be mourned by all
segments of the population. In this time of
grave challenge to the Jewish State, Israel's
new leaders can emulate the qualities of
Levi Eshkol that were dedicated to the build-
ing and progress of the nation.
Israel Bond Goal Set
As a "living memorial" to the late Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol the 2,500 deleaates to
the 1969 Inauaural Bond Conference in
Miami Beach this week undertook a nation-
wide bond sale quo'a of S200,000,000 with an
unprecedented initial sale of S61,124,000.
The Israel Bond Organization has estab'i-
shed priorities which refect the develoo-
!nt of Israe1'3 opportunities in the f-il
utilization of the country'3 science and toch-
nclcqy potential.
Plans call for the construction of a huge
chemical complex at Arad, whi?h is exD- rt-
ea to be the largest sinole enterorise in rh<*
country. Along wi'h this are projected the
develcpment of new optical, electronic and
cherr..-.-:! enterprises.
Preferred consideration will also be given
tation c' the thinly settled
Negev and Galilee which will cn'ra
greater population to these areas I- j,
tho.se thinly populated areas that
are vuliercble to inv ,d terrorist a
Emphasis will also be directed o'
completion cf an oi; pipeline f.om EUal t 1
AFhkelon which is expected to r>lay a lead-
ing role in meeting El-ic-'s oil nerds T
thta pipeline been in existence several years
ago, Nasser might have gained less supnon
becarse of Egyptian control of the Suez
Canal.
The success of the conference that cHsn '
m Miami Beach this week wi'l, in th- I
analyse, be measured by the amount of
cooperation and support that American
Jewry will give to the program and p'ans
put forward by the 2.500 delegates teddnq
part in the gatherirq.
That success will be a kev factor in Is-
rael s economic survival in the
come.
v. Hatter 0/ ^ .-/ lyi
JOSEPH ILSOP
ALS0P
Black Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK Anti-Semitism
is equally noxious, whether )>'!
died by an Ann i lean Nazi or a
black extremist. Incitements t"
race hatred an' equally disi
Ing, whether the inciter is the
chief wizard of the Ku Klux Klan
or Rhody A. McCoy, the Negro
administrator of New York's
most troubled "Demonstration
School District."
These rather simple truths
need to lx" set down at this time,
in this strife-city, because they
seem to have been almost univer-
sally forgotten. The truth is that
the leaders of the white liberal
establishment, followed by the
so-, ailed media, have i
forgivabl t mealy-n it I
the black extn mists' a< tivi
Semitism, which now hai
Ni w York's unendinc seho 1 : 1-
sis like a dai k mi is
Active Anti-Semitism
There a lant
things that need saying al
this I I ..-k
gin with, it has to be faced 1 I
thi re ha:
Ji wish fi in t
ghettos, for so<
reasi that I.
bj
mealy-mo itiis.
Yet
poor ai d I ant pi ople is one
ar.d active anti-
Semitism bj persons claiming po-
litical and : k ational leadflkhip
is quite another thing. And the
: v oi this latter, far shore
disturbing phenomenon is rtflh- r
striking,
There was a single, quite
sode in 1966 invA-ing
Clifford Brown, the educational
director "f C* '1.1 who burst |
ii ; iblie Hitli r did not k;:l
Yet thereat
watei : was after the Ijra. !i
pi. Six-Day War .:i
1967 whi -" : iblishfi its
accusing I
Ji ws of imitating their Nazi >p-
wsfejsfter,
nti-S -nitis::i
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EDWARD COHEN
ma wmmmmmm
Temple Milestone
years trv
Ever so often, I run into .1
conflict ol inter, st predicament
in writing this weekly column.
For those who might not know,
this is lit, rally a m
1 ii"! t my primary font ti
that of administrative din ctor ol
Temi le I Gn at< 1
Bi yond the i cuniarj interest I
happi n to strong I
abo it that synago its ]
. in the Ji
comi ni ill

put .
1 last <
w< ,
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"on of a a
' nprcssive i
' ;nl- Press but, somehow
t to the fine news-
men who have writfc n about it
I think the j, wish" angl.
been missed and, basically, thlt bi
what this column of comment is
mostly concerned with.
There is nothing about the cal-
endar of events which Is sched-
ule [or a "Month of Dedication"
that is unique, a purlm carnival
;' masquerade dance. nn ,.x.
nloit featurina Jewish art and
museum objects, lectures etc
are really nothing Special in the"
ll!"-'-- American syi i-
Rogue. F.ven th
is not un-
usual, even if it I
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ol most Am. .. ,
thorou :h!-. I that 1
1st Juda
will not survive for ,,,-
generations. The v. tits ,,f Tvm-
Israi I's deli, at ion m, 1 h
part of the folklore ,.1 our Ski
which is being eroded last, r th.m
' think.
Tlie kind of Jewishness Roth
anil Bellow and Malamud, nmonj;
"'hers, have written about with
great artistic success, ban ly ex-
ists any more and the new crop
of writers with Jewish hamrs
must report personal aatperienc- -
not related to the imrriiRrant g-n
orations. The 'Yiddishkoif vvhic
sometimes makes us shudder
"Poitnoy's Complaint." for in-
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Friday. March 7, 1969
Initial Bond Purchases Set Record;
$200 Million Quota Is Approved
: 111
' ar.d as a "living
Levi
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:
I at ]
d initial B
i $61,124 0
from
" ia. who
iugural Din-
I I ixtically cndorsod the
| Don of a quota of S200.000.000
Israel Bond camjiaign
throuehoJt the free world.
The record-breaking S61 mi
rw '; I Initial Israel Bond
was announced by Samuel
Rothberg. national ca-r.s>aign
chairman, who characterized it as
a lasting tribute to Levi Eshkol"
and as a 'demonstration of our
solidarity with the people of Israel
Iti Iggle for a just ;>eace."
iir of solemnity hung over
which was cor..
St natio' mortal
lati Premier of Is-
..t jf Jewish com-
muna all so tions of
A nei lean Jewry
was '\ : by Dr. Joseph J
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, who said:
This is a solemn and dark day
:r. the life of the Jewish people.
Israel has lost Its Prime Minister.
The Jewish people has lost a great
leader. We have lost a dear friend
who inspired and guided us in our
efforts to promote the building of
Israel."
Dr. Schwartz eulogized Levi
Eshkol as a "great unifier" who
nconcikd "irreconcilable forces"
Rep. Halpern Asks For
Probe Of French Policy
WASHINGTON (JTA1 The
ranking Republican momlxr of the
International Finance Subcommit-
tee of the House Banking and Cur-
rency Committee. Rep. Seymour
Halpern. this week asked Secre-
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for an immediate report on inilica-
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to the Bank of France to strength-
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currencies, including the dollar.
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cion, the Congressman said, that
the decline of the franc led De
Gaulle to a des[>erate and cynical
accommodation with the Arabs,
even though it facilitates Soviet
designs and undermines American
interests. It appears." said Rep.
Halpern. "that De Gaulle is irre-
sponsibly exploiting what Presi-
dent Nixon has termed a 'powder-
keg' situation in the Middle Hast.
He is doing this while piously and
hypocritically proposing so-called
I peace plans hatched in Moscow
' and Cairo."
It was reported from Beirut this
1 week that leading Lebanese par-
1 liamentarians had called for with-
drawal of Arab bank accounts
from countries supporting Israel
and the depositing of such funds
in the Bank of France in appreci-
I at ion of Gen. de Gaulle's embargo
I on spare parts and military equip-
| ment for Israel.
Gen. de Gaulle had proposed a
secret plan to strengthen the Bank
I of France with Arab deposits, per-
I mitting him to undermine British
i and American currencies, accord-
ing to the French newspaper Com-
lat, which also said contacts with
Russia for an agreement for joint
supixirt of the Arabs to "encircle
and neutralize" Israel have been
ordered by De Gaulle.
tn i! ity within his party
,1- ui || S3 ithin his c wi 11 ; to
ol the war and
-war peib
Israi Is Amfe issad to the
United States Itzhak Rabin, who
n rvi d as its I I Staff during
the Six-D War ol 19*57, paid a
warm personal tribute to Prime
ister Eshkol General Rabin re-
called huj I iciation with
the Israeli Premier in the three
and a half years during which Mr.
Kshkol also head) d the Ministry of
Defense and he 1 Rabin 1 was his
Chief of Staff .
Discussing the present situation
in the Middle East, Ambassador
Rabin declared that Israel is now
engaged in three struggles for sur-
vival. He listed them as: the po-
litical struggle for peace, the mili-
tary struggle for physical survival,
and the struggle for national con-
solidation through development.
Deploring the failure of the
Arab States to enter into direct
negotiations with lhe State of Is-
rael, the Israeli Ambassador said
that he was not very optimistic
about th-' prospects for an early
settlement and added that "we
may have to live without peace fur
a long time to come."
The election of officers of the
Israel Bond Organization for 19>9
was announced at the conference.
The drive will be conducted
under the leadership of Abraham
A campaign to sell $200,000,000 in Israel Bonds was launch-
ed this weekend at the International Inaugjral Conference
for Israel Bonds at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Shown ct the
conference dais (standing, left to right are Louis H. Boyar.
chairman of the Board of Governors of the Israel 3ond
Organization; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president, and
Colonel Jacob M. Arvey, honorary chairman for Chicago;
Seated are Ambassador and Mrs. Yitzhak Rcbin of Israel
and Samuel Rothberg. Israel Bond national campaign
chairman.

Feinberg, president; Dr. Ji
J. Schwartz, vice president; Sam-
uel Rothberg. national campaign
chairman; Louis H. Boyar, chair-
man ol Hie Board ol Governors;
Ira Guilden, national chairman;
Jack 1> Weiler, socretarj treasur-
er; Lawrence G Laskey, chairman
of the Executive Committee; Mor-
ris w. Berinstein, national chair-
man for trustees; Mrs. Jan Pi
I hairman of the National Women's
Division, and Julian B. Venezky
national chairman for regions,
The traditional Jewish prayer
for the dead. El Molrii Ra.-ha-
mim." was intoned in tribute to
Prime Ministi 1 Eshkol l>> Cantor
David Convlsei 't Temj e I*th
ich.
The 1 1 presented by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
l< ad r ol I tnu-E Miami
B< ach, and chain < ol U Hoard
of Gov< rnors ol the Gn ter Miami
' Con mittei Israel )'. la and
tiie benedii tion w is ofl red by
Rabbi L on Kroi : '.\ mple
Beth Sholom, honorary 1 lairman
ol the Cicat. r Miami c......itti .
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Suspects Confess Role
In Supermarket Bombing
Continued from Page t-A
nd-upa in last Jerusalem, Ra-
.ill.in and Nabl a uncover* d
. .1, ; y kstlVt a and sabots :
luiprhcnl amidst Indications thai
Temple Israel Masquerade
To Mark Purim Festival
a duunpafne costume party will
. held a? Temple Israel ol Great-
,: Mi.nni at 9:30 p.m. Saturda> in
Wolfson Auditorium celebrating
the Purim Festival.
The masquerade hall is one ol
the hitfhliehts in Temple Israel's
"Dedication Month" leading to the
dedication on Anrll 13 of its new
Nathan and Sophia Gumenick
apel and the Temple Israi'
Mall
i; was t-i have been used shoitly.
Minister <.f Police Eliahu S iss n
.i- \ isiti d this uci k l>> Che Grand
Mufti ol blast Jerusalem and by
in.- heads of Christian churc es
vho inquired about thi arrested
i iroi ists. :ir. Sasson i \\ lained
the Riavlty ol the chargi a it
11,. m.
Police -aid that all of the sus-
pects wi re mi mbers of the Popu-
ar Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, thi same t< rrorisl group
responsible for assaults on El Al
airliners at Athens and Zurich, Po-
lice said that terrorist cells had
been uncovered in Fast Jerusalem,
Ramallah and Nablus alone with
am quantities >>f explosives and
weapons.
Manheim S. Shapiro, exerutive director o<
the Bureau of Careers in Jewish Service,
discusses Jewish community involvement
with the Young Leadership Steering Com-
m'ttee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Shown (from left) are Harra A. Levy
hichard I. Brickman, Mr. Shapiio. Howard
J. Trinz, and Edward Eisenberg. The commi-
tee will hold its third monthly meeting on
Tuesdav, Maich 18.

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Moi ton T wen-Israel Din-
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Hotel. Yitzhak '
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tkm lelivei th<- prin-
i to confi i the
Jerusalem Lib ration Award upon
Mi and Mrs tdk nb> rg
Mi and Mi s Rudenbei g ai c
11 in l utk rship for Isi a< I.
;in>! on behall of many civic and
philanthropic causa s.
V ierv< .1 his
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m three wars, and in li d to
formulate Diana for Israel's air
stratcg) in the Six-Day War.
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x'lOtiish-Amcrican comedian, Hy
Sands who .'.as entertained audi-
- from cosat-to-coast
B m on New York'i Lower Easl
S. i .Mr Sands is th<' sun ol a
'cantor, from whom he learned the
traditions and rich folklore f J> w-
ish Uf< that hav- endeared him to
nil a Klknces. He was a boy so-
pran ii I antoi Rosenblatt's choir,
ami tarn&d nimseJl the reputation
ol a first-class mimic because "i
)! imitati tns he did ol >jii rs in
the >!.
The committee for the Morton
Towers-Israel Dinner of State Is
ided by Judge Frederick N. Ba-
i.kI. and Rabbi Da\id Raab, hon-
>iai. chairmen; Mr. and Mrs.
I anuel Mentz, chairmen, and
Mi. and Mis. Moims Minov. chair-
men of the Committee of Hosts
Thr dinner is scheduled for 7
o'clock, ami will be preceded by a
champagne reception at 6:30, in
honor ol Colonel Yavneh. to In-
terfered by Mr and Mrs. Ruden-
b. rg.
Masons Install
.Incite Greenberg
Former Judge Harry Arthur
Greenberg, a 33rd i)> gree Mason.
was install'd as Master of the ap-
proximately i.0<)0 Miami Scottish
Rite Masons recently. Judge Frank
B. Dowling, also a 33rd Dcprce
Mason, was the installing Officer.
Other officers installed were
Karl K Owens, Jack S. Klcmini;.
Joe A. Campbell. H. Raymond
Wright, 33rd Degree, James L.
Mixaon, 33rd Degree, Harley L.
1'ittman. 33rd Degree and Judge
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publicatii m ol -- .
bj Ci : t; i i:: ( 'andi
italOS Ol thi' Met'
tan Museum's show "Harlem on
My Mind." The essay, dating
from 1966, contained this State-
ment: "Behind every hurdle the
African-American has yet to
Jump stands the Jew who has
air. ady eii an d it."
That was pretty trifling
pared to a i>ocm read on the
tadio. with approval, by one ,,i
the more conspicuous members
of the African-American Teach-
ers' Assn.. Leslie^ Campbell. This
charming effusion, representing
the |)osf-i9t7 style, I-
Hey, Je hoy. with that yar-
melke on your head.
Vow pale-faced Jew boy I
Uh you were dead.
1 can sec you Jew buy no
you can't hide.
1 got a scoop on you
you gonna die.
There was much more ol the
same sort. Anil when Campbell
admiringly Intoned this poisonous
stuff, he made no bones about
the fact that it had been written
in school, as school work, by a
15-year-old student.
irarhrrs Involved
Campbell, who teaches in one
of the Demonstration District
schools, is now under charges for
anti-Semitism, as is the leader of
thi' African-American Teachers
Association. Albert Vann. who is
assistant principal of the school
where Campbell held his teach-
ing [)OSt.
Vann and Campbell mitfht still
l>e treated as disagreeable human
happenstanecs, if it were not for
two things.
On the one hand, they appear
to lx' broadly representative of
the African-American Teachers.
whose official journal has ac-
cused New York's numerous Jew- .
ish schoolteachers of committing
"mental genocide" on their Ne-
gro pupils. On the other hand,
this ap[>cai-s to be the main or-
ganization that is behind the
elaborately orchestrated student-
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Cohe
jrnival conviviality prevails at the Purim proqram in the
w building of the Jerusalem YM-YWHA. erected as a
| project of the World Federation of YMHAs and Jew-
h Community Centers, of which the National Jewish Wel-
re Board is the American member. To help strengthen the
between world Jewry and Israel, the World Federa-
.. :s launched an International Contributing Member
lent for the Jerusalem Y which serves a cross-section
}f the varied population.
Legal Group Starts
,,101) Kights Campaign
iWNSi The
V*'. ,' im ("i mmission oi
4 COLPAi
m 'ni m formed to defend
h i-Iu.n <>f C)i thodox .li s in
ui iii as I'mpluj mi'iii. has
aui i :n : i i hi i t'-poinl drive to
ri)ii Sal>l)ath observers from
10b itii : in inatioi i* cause i>f ili< ir
rlii;. .- i>ia. tiii's.
I i'A. which has intervened In
i number of cases Involving em-
jIo>. ml bias against Orthodox
lews has distributed posters to
tOO Jewish day school! and 2.000
3rth IBONARD .1. YKKNKK was voted
to receive the "Man of the Year"
plaque, at a dinner held by the
l* i.il Agents and Managers
As .;,!. in
the protection afforded Sabbath
ids) m:- under the Fedei al 'i\ il
is Act ui 1964 which forbids
|ob 'ii-' i ui ination i n the grounds
I n ligii
Ruling under this lavs requires
employers ol 25 <> more workers
to make reasonable accommoda-
tion tn the religious needs nt em-
ployees where such action can be
; made without uiidui' llHidsnip to
the Turn New York. New Jersey,
Illinois and Pennsylvania have
adopted similar legislation.
A persona] letter to th.' head ol
every corporation In New York
State with 500 or more workers is
being sent by CQLPA to inform
the employers of the Federal
guidelines. Most of these coropa-
nies an' national firms BO that the
message is expected :' have wide-
Continued from Page 4-A
mce i ,n with which we
could sun idi ntify, is now vir-
tually nun xisi i,i i nfortunate-
ly. I i ir children are
not the visceial Ji us we wren
but .! ,i pi Hi. ii condition Intel-
lectually, u al all, and only
through theii
The oi In r di in the
T< mple Israi I story is its place
in Mi gem ral community. Hen
dn, the qu< stion ol "folk" as
iisi illustrated todaj by sub-
i in Uv Ing, is o\ ere ime bj the
ical urban sci n< 15 sui round-
ing lh< 9 ",, on Niirtheast
19th Street in Miami. It was, ol
course, nevei a n< ighborhood
congi .-... 11 m from the moment it
was organized as Miami's second
synagogue (after a splintering ol
the R< form elenn nt from Beth
I >,i\ nl. Some 10 percent of its
1800 familii s come ovei the
causeways from Miami Beach
ami from the extremes of North
ami South Miami, as well as to
the West m Hialeah and Miami
Springs, come another 40, and
onlv about 10 percent from the
city.
Except for its Reform approach
in worship and practice. Temple
Israel uniquely reflects thcGrcat-
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no other institution can. Its de-
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in the inner city was a truly Jew-
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action ol our times foi whether
we like 11 or not, the significant
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city not outside it
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Dedication ceremonies for the David I. Light
Student Hostel, first dormitory to be built
at Tel Aviv University, bring together key
leaders of Israel to honor Mr. and Mrs. Light.
Miami Beach civic leaders and patrons of
Temple Beth Am. Shown (from left) are Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Light of Miami. Pro-
fessor C. Sheba, Mayor Mordechai Namir
of Tel Aviv, Mrs. George S. Wise, Mr. an:l
Mrs. David I. Light, I-rael Minister of Hous-
ing Mordechai Bentov and Dr. Wise, presi-
dent of Tel Aviv University. The Lights made
a "significant contribution" toward the con-
struction of the dormitory, which costs more
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general Pinhas Sapir, former Fi-
nance Minister and Minister-With-
out-Portfolio in the Kshkol coali-
tion who was lobbying strenuous-
ly on her behalf with other coali-
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acceptable to other elements in the
coalition since her age and report-
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lik> ly to have political ambitions
beyond next fall's elections. Her
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influence in the Labor Party inner
circles was also believed capable of
preventing a bit tor show-down
struggle for Mr. Eshkol's mantle
between Defense Minister Mothe
Dayan and acting Prime Minister
i Allon.
Mrs. Meir was openly opposed to
the appointment of Gen. Dayan as
Defense Minister by Mr. Kshkol on
. the eve of the June. 1967 war. She
represents the "old guard" of the
Labor Party, the generation of the
late Mr. Eshkol which many Is-
caeiil believe must relinquish pow-
Agudath Israel To
Open New Social
Hall On Sunday
Larry King, radio-television in-
terviewer and newspaper colum-
nist, will be the master of cere-
monies at the formal ?, p.m. Sun-
day opening of the new social hall
of the Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute. Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever,
spiritual leader of the synagogue,
said the hall will serve also as "the
central headquarters for the five
million dollar campaign fund for
the Talmudic Theological College,
which wi I begin construction this
summer on the sit.' where Agu-
dath Lsrael now stands at 7X01
Carl) !< Ave."
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JDC Increases ORT Training Allocation
!'.s H :ai Report
. Thi Bis
\ < MtPe Wi'l :0\kk>
,,.: v_ (50,000 dui I
. : !,i > is. BS \ I ical i
pi m (if ORT, the
for Rehabilitation
. Training, according to an
nl made lhis v < k by
. .. i..is ol both aaganizati
Signing the financial pact for
rate agencies were Jix" chair-
Louis Broido, Dr. WUttam
liiiN:. president of the American
ORT Kiliration. and Max A
Braudfr, Oki mrector-general.
Reflecting the Increased need
'. i vocational education a'lioni;
training for
is. i ci i-
rael and Fxqngi th< Jl KT
5100,00 i
' I in 1968. will help fii
i chnii a! cducatioi youtl
and 11 onon l< .. ibilitati
if ORT I Israi I, Iran,
and North Africa M
50,000 i' are < Kpccti d to re-
ceive such aafiatani In thi u and
other anas during the eoming
j i ar.
ORT activities In Israel, with
38 trade schools comprising the
largest vocational school system
n the country, will receivi the
largest portion of the 1909 JDC
grant.
The
v-isWn for si bstanrial
: in France for .
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Friday. March 7. 1969!
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Emotional Scars Still Evident After 25 Years \\
M
|K S T A L
health in
Commanit) sei
vices w.is dis-
cussed .it a re-
ron t three-day
internatio n a 1
conf e r e n c e
convened by
the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee. Hold in Geneva, the
conference was attended by 120
specialists from 13 countries,
agencies in Israel, where the
.IDC conducts its Malben opera-
representing more than tiO na-
tional and international organi-
zation*;.
The high inciden.....f mental
disorders among victims ol the
Nazi holocaust, Jewish refuge s
and migrants ivas one of th"
ma i<>r su -,j, .'is dclibci ated at
the pa; ley.
Dr. a. Gdhik, director of the
JIX" medical services, who pre-
sided, told the i xperts in psy-
chiatry, psychcloijy, sociology,
anthropology, social work, pub-
lic health, and nursing assembl-
e 1 then' that the late of the
Jewish communit'es with which
the JDC is concerned is only
part of ihe total picture. "It is
in example of what can happen
and an illustration ol what can
> accomplished In a difficult
situat Ion," he pointed out..
Reports were presented on
the operations of psychiatric
facilities sponsored by Jewish
tions for a ;e(l and handicaped
Immigrants, as well as in Bel-
gium, France, Holland and oth-
er countries.
A picture emerged showing
that though preset tly living in
a far less threatening environ-
ment, many snvivors of the
N'a/i camps continue to experi-
ence anxieties and public re c-
tions, un find adequate
,l s.i .1 and cultural ad-
aptation
The attention ol the delegates
was i-i. red t i a ;n at extent
on community menl il hi tilth
eentei v in the Jewish state
The delegates learned th it the
number of mental p itients re-
quiring hospital tn atment Is
somewhat lower in Nr i '1 th in
in Western rountrii *. Social ad-
justment there ol the s ii \ Ivors
of Nazi presecuti n was
successful than m most other
II) in I urop>
M .-i interesting '.is the i
i nis .if .i report by th [srae
trj l Hi alth snowing th i
,i --.\ e ps)ehosi s are I
e |uent imong Eui p
bum Jews as among Jews
ii in uhereas neu-
rot r especfally hysterical
ri ,ii I ii s arc ten times m ii e
; ni amo >8 Orient*! Jew -
Su ri al i Isk in ri\T tin* h
Kuropsan than for I
i.il Jcv s once a cl..)!'' r*i\'
. Ills ill veloped.
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Nixon May Revive Desalination Plans
Washington
Israelis waiting to drink desalinated water fi-
nanced by the United States Government may
find that there is many a slip between the cup and
the lip.
The major obstacles are Israel's reluctance to
sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, the un-
resolved boundary issue, and the U.S. tight money
situation.
Former President Lyndon 15. Johnson in 1984
envisaged a program of nuclear desalination for Is-
rael. Israel would be a laboratory for development,
and the technical findings would be shared with
the world.
The late Israel Premier Lc\ i Kshk il welcomed
the "LBJ Plan" as it was called in the 1964 election
campaign. By 1966 and 1967 a series of "feasibility
studie-" were undertaken with considerable fan-
fare by both governments.
The impression was given prior to the June, 1967,
Six-Day War that the Undertaking was found
feasible. Then the war came and nothing more was
heard of the study, technically called the Kaiser-
catalytic plan.
Now, as the Nixon Administration reassesses de-
salination in Israel, the facts have finally emerged
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Abba Eban's Neighbor In Washington
w
HEX \BB\ KHAN was Israel's
\ i bassador to the United States,
frequi ntly played golf with his m
in Wi shingl in The two w re i> tut
Somet mi;i > !; m would
s his i eighb >r. The)
I ind an aut pic-
ture "! his neighbor has since hui

11 .s neighbor was a man named Nixon. You
he ird Ihe name.
There are m in) ties between Israi I
Take Esther. She is American born but she has b en
living In lsr.nl for the past 17 y< rs. Sh< emed to like
Israel on tirst getting there, although she is onl) a
>ear old at the time, This is proven by the am Hint .1 milk
she has given. Israeli dairy men sa) Esthi r has given no
ess ih.ni 100.000 liters of milk. The average COW in that
time gives about half, or 30.000 liters. Only contented
cows give so much milk. Esther was probably glad to
come to the land of milk and honey. There is one Israeli
cow that almost, but not quite, matched Esther's per-
formance. It goes in show maybe thai if you are Ixn-n in
Americ you will do ver) w< II In Israel The two
- -m to have something which, i get her, makes I
Fficil :ie\ .
. i -k in m> cliildh > i.
town m which I live I the) m i
> c >w was alwaj nami d J< nn e M)
I tn like th \ i ame. But
oi A I ipp
; "in the ties bctwi -n Isra nd Amerii
the Hebrew daily Maari\ quo! I1 : .. I uel as
ih .; every [siaell medic I seems to
i f\ the degree of - Yid ish i r 'Ge-ven in America." \'l w int to spend it
least ., little time in America.
But what does New York have thai T I Avix hasn't
- e) back, there was no Coca-Cola in Israel,
bt:1 you pick up Ihe papers roda and > m idvert
meni: "Yoter To\ Im Coca-Cola' meanii T1
botti r w ith Coc i-l
T i Aviv has everything Ni > Yo k h s and i fev
things New York hasn'4 For inst mc? General Bar-Le\
the chief of the Israeli Army, has a daughter who has
i si won her parachute iicens". Where brsiden Isra"l
can you find a Jewish general whose daughter can
.'(hire"
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Search For 'Suitable9 Negroes
IT t'SED tii he cherchez la femme.
Now it's cherchez Ic Negro,
in a spasm of guilt, the white
wot ill i< iles',.a tely looking for
Ne es to pul int > offices, stores,
nmunal organiz itions.
From Presi i- .-.t Nixon on down,
Is that an organi-
on is n< ii plete unless i1
in ii.
rever yo i h ml hunt for
suitable N gr x -
resull ol i de inch is thai
; i bs foi which they ire not com-
ment. Whenever you hire on a basis other than
ii r.i. you are sure to make some bad choices
The situation [g even semi-comical In some in-
staaoes, as in the case of a light-skinned Negro who
lost one job because he "didn't look like a real"
member of the rue
The sweep towards the filling of all kinds of
slots and spots with Negroes isn't much more, in
many cases, than tokenism. In other areas we see an
earnest effort to bring about the kind of equality
long lacking in many sectors of of our society.
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la New York City the trend to elevate N
has brought about a clash between them and Jews,
ally in the teaching profess on.
K ;s disgusting to see the erosion of Martin
Kink's dream of desegregation in the i th se
N'"" o exl.....- ,\h themselves have I me
\v.i\ also sad is the ease u! thus,. JpWS win
down with us" as t!u .
to the v .:i,'iiis in the
0m this ,;
1 n. It is about time that .< too n i test that
school incoi porate progress.
Th es of our nation are notoriously
H the wa> .1 w.s em i hi d our land. 1
books also Hunk in the task ol making our you
siei-s aware of ihe enormity of Nazism and the
American and Christian failure t try to check 11
long after Hitler had announced bis genocidal in-
tentions.
Without resorting to violence and nastiness,
American Jews could steal a page from the rise ,,l
Negro self-consciousness by insisting thai the people
of the United Stales should more intensively begin
to "cherchez le juif
The K.u-er-c it.ilvt e program
called for n dual-purpose desalting
plant It would produce both water
and electri.'it) Tne cost was estimate I it b twcri
$21 ami S '' 0 million.
Is rii found suihwii in the L'.S Department o!
Int. in But the Slate Deiartmen1 fell that In
a conducting its own foreign policy obli
wous io factors that Slate wanted to Inject. Th'
Stale De|i rtmeni i\anted more inspection of al
Is; ni: nuclear undertakings and nt to th
non-prolifi ral ion treat).
\ liffei enl objectioi the V S Agcnc;
foi Inti mal !' I p in nl iAID This agetv
- much is $2
million to subsidi/i eli Ii t) AID fell thai eli
il I pay foi Isell It was i|s I., lieved Ui '
Isi had io a point w here V S m >i
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centuries retained a resolute alien-
ation and a tribal religious hostil-
ity toward the goyim Today
-i' ni-: 11 den in I- friim all Jews
national awareness. Hut it states
openly that only ;i part of them
. ill In' able to become citizi
si.i' l and thai greater part should
remain In other countries, not be-
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jsists Jerome F. Wyman, worshipful mast-
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Four Miami rabbis who recently completed a survey
mission to Israel are shown in front of a military hospital.
They are (form left*: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple
Menorah; Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Beth El Congreqation,
executive vice president of the Rabbinical Associalion of
Greater Miami: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. President of the
Association; and Rabbi Morris A. Kipper of Temple Judsa.
Coral Gables.
Shimon Peres Slated
For ZOA Meeting
Shin on Peres, one of the lead-
i. g mbeii "i the Knesset, Is-
rael's Parliament, and former Is-
rael Deputy Ministei of Defense,
ui : bring an up-to-the-minute re-
i : the current Middle Kast
sii lation to the Jewish communit)
Soutl Florida at an op< n meet-
soi ed bj i So th Fli n I l.i
i-'in; < f t i/.i
, I '. Tues-
th< For.i bi< nu I I
\ > assot iati >l Da\ id
and cui I eneral sec-
. r the Ral i Mi Pi i -
rrivc u. thi ted States
d s pi lor : his appeal ai
.:. .: Beach.
Mr. Pi res h
of the Israi I i bin I w hi
ited for t sale
-.11 i, i plan< [si .
....
itry and
rntly as :
i
:)'. s.l
>\ ii i arms
t thi Arab c
I Peres, wl to Is-
IS 14 has st id d Ii
iti d States and is a gri I il
I Univei -it> i' ,lt: his re-
to Israel he rapidly rose to
del-ship In Israel's Labor Party
was a member ol the general
stafl -I the Haganah and was
in* ntal In the armament of the
Israeli Arms.
ah. r Dm establishment of the
J wish State the general staff of
the Israeli Army placed him In
targe of the acquisition <>f arms.
During this period he headed the
Israel Defense Ministr) mission to
the United States and was later
appointed by Prim.' Minister Ben-
Gurion as director <>f the Defense
Ministry in which capacity he
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Cy Blumenthal (lef.) end Norman Kaiser commune! and
civic leaders, discuss Israel's economic needs with Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide head of the Israel Bond
organization, and Shimcn Alexondrcni (right) Israel's Econo-
mic Minister to the United States. The occasion was the
luncheon under the aegis of Capital for Israel, which raises
investment capital for Lrael under the sponsorship of the
Israel bond organization.
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, March 7. 1353
Section 3
Sen. Birch Bayh Warns Against
Imposed Peace In Middle East
A plea for a strong and secun
Israi i as "the best deterrent to
aggn ssion" in the Middle tast
and a condemnation of Negro anti-
Si mitism was voiced by two Unit-
ed States Senators al the loth
annual convocation dinner in Hol-
lywood last weekend of the Jewish
Theological Si minary of America.
S. n Birch K. Bayh. Jr.. of In-
diana, warned that "an imposed
peace in the Middle East, however
well inti ntioned the peacemakers,
i^ an open invitation to renewed
hostilities." He said "the United
Stati s simply cannot afford t> see
the balance of power tipped in
favor of aggression" and noted
that he had urged the U.S. Govern-
ment to "mike available tO Israel
the n< e isarj military assistance."
The other guest speaker at the
event, Sen. Edward \v. Brooke of
Massachusetts, referring to the
problt n ol black anti-Semitism,
an 'i "I do not know whether
Negro prejudice against Jews is
drastically increasing, I do know,
as a matter ()f conviction, that
nothing co lid i>e more destructive
than for Negro America
Jewish Americans, with so great a
mutual Inti nst in the cause of
equal .iusti.' without regard to
race, creed or color, to allow their
relationships to be tainted by sus-
picion and hostility. It is our Joint
n sponsibiiity to see that the hate-
mongers do not prevail."
The seminary's National Com-
munity Service Award was pre-
n nted at the dinner to a number
! of distinguished individuals in rec-
ognition ot "dedication to the high-
st principles of Judaism and ex-
i mplary leadership In the endeavor
to enrich the spiritual life of the
community." Recipients ol the
bronze plaque award were: Abra-
ham Borman, Detroit; Ben Do-
mont, Indianapolis; Mrs Sam u i
Friedlan I, Hollywood; E ugi i
bowitz. Pittsburgh, and Li a srd
Rosi n of Bay Hai boi Islai d
S :: Brooke received the Lou ;
Mai ... I listinguishi d M< la d
dinm r. Earlier, thi Louis M -
shall Distinguished Service Medal
i been presented t" Sen Bayn
ai a special Convocation at Ten
Emanu-EI.
Thi honorary degree of Doctor
ol Divii iti was confi rn d upo i
Rabbi In-ing Li hrman, spiritual
I. adcr ol Ti mple Emanu-EI. Th
Tenth Annual Samuel Friedla i
lecture, The Humanity of God,"
was delivered by Prof. Yochanan
Muffs, Profi ssor of Bible at the
S minary.
'Judah Halevi' Is Topic
Max Goodman will speal
'Rabbi Judah Halevi*' at a me t-
ing oi the Chug Ivri Hebi
Speaking Group ol Upper Mian i
B> ach, to be held in thi library (
T -i pli Mi norah, Cai lyli K\>
75th St. at L' p.m. Tuesday,
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Fi.Jay. March 7, 1963
Israeli Air Force Hero To Speak
At Temple Zion Bond Dinner
Colonel Ycrixham Amitai, Dep-
uty Commander of the Isra-1 Air
Force and one of his country's out-
stamlinK henx s. will be th< S(M ak-
i a' the Temple 2ion-I.ra ner of State on behalf of Israel
Bonds, Saturday. March 13. at the
Eden Koc Hotel. The dinner will be
al 7:30 p.m., preceded by a recep-
tion at 7 o'clock.
Colonel Amitai will also bestow
the Jerusalem Liberation Award
on Dr. Bernard Lieberman. Temple
/.urn president, who will be hon-
orcd at the dinn.T.
l'lnrw for the event were rom-
pleted at a reception Sunday nis,'ht
i rod -red for members of the com-
mittee of hosts, by Mr. and M
sic\an Simon, chairmen of th"
committee. Heading preparations
.:.-. \ an, s] lr-
itual leader of Temple Zion: Albert
n, who will rve as dinner
chairman, ai lock, I">r.
Stanley Cannon. Mav N wmark,
I Dr. Get hair-
Or Olom To Mark
13th Anniversary
Temple Or f">iom will cell bi te
13th am j a1 a dinner
ring the 13 past presidents of
con the Sisterhood
and the Brottu rhood, to !* held on
irday evening, March 15.
On Saturday morning, Rabbi
Ralph '/. Glix tan will conduct a
ii Mitzvah anniversary service.
Mrs. Arthur Primak is chairman
il the dinnei and Mis. Lawrence
ia Sisti ; (m '. president.
Am-
itai w 111 be guest s it the
Rabbi Waxman nol I that
the Col n' figUI
inj the Six-Day War of 19-">7. when
be served on the Operational Staff
of the Israel Air F irce a- ail as-
sistant to General Hod. i's (
mander. On the second day of the
war Fin* 6 1967 be became com-
manding officer of the El Arish
airbase,
Prior to the war he w
Training at Headquarters ol the
Air Force after advani ing thr *igh
a scries of junior staff appoint-
ts and prourd training ass
n 'nts. In 19ol he was i true-
tor at the Staff Command School,
and in 1963 he I ecame I >< put>
Air Operations at the school.
Colonel Amitai received his
basic flying instruction in Italy
i ,-t afti r World War II. When his
training croup was read) to pr >-
ceed to Israel, he was ordered to
stay in Italy as an instructor, serv-
ing in that capacity daw:-.!; 1947
and 1948 while helpii g to organize
immigration and the shipment of
irms to Israel. He came to Israel
late in 1948 and joined the Air
upon his arrival.
A native of Pohnrl. where he '
was born in 192t. Colonel Amitai
lost his entire family during the
Nazi Occupation. He was held in a
number of concentration camps.
and eventually liberated by the
United States Army.
Colonel Amitai holds a degl
in law from Tel Aviv University,
and is a member of the Israeli Bar.
RABBI WAXMAN
3 CANTORS I
IN
CONCERT
THE BROTHERS
HAMMERMAN
ONE NIGHT ONLY
WHAT'S THE STORY UP DATE 1969? ABOUT 1500 SPECIES
IN 325 GENERA. Miniatures, terrestrials, and rare botanicals-
showy species both common and rare. Naturally we can't sell
our one-of-a-kind species but, we'd proud to show them off.
HYBRIDS? Surethe best we can acquire and make ourselves.
Cattleyas, Phalaenopsis, Dendrobiums, and others.
OPEN SAT. & SI'S.
1585CS.W. 184 St.
EUREKA ORCHID GARDENS *.,..
Miami, Flo. 33157
GUI & HANK
BROW
235-1S8C
MONDAY MARCH 10
8:30 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
PHONE 531-0477
FOR RESERVED SEATS
$2.50. Si 50, SS.00
PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT'
ACUDATH ISRAEL
SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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l^ WORLD FAMOUS CONCERT ARTIST
7'Mordeeai Yardeini

"THE POET OF SONG"
IN A CONCERT
VICTOR RECORDING ARTIST
OF YIDDISH, ISRAELI and
CANT0RIAL SONGS
THURSDAY. MARCH 13.1969
8:00 P. M.
HIBISCUS AUDITORIUM
ALTON ROAD, at 10th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
For Tickets Call 531-7223 -JE 8-0731
Day of Concert ct the Box Office at 7 P.M.-JE 4-3887

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ON STAGE IN FERSON
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V YIDDISH AMERICAN
VAUMVIB.LE
3 EIG HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT
* MUSK CC'tfOr SMCMG DANCING
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W1NT6R
TEMPLE BETH AM
Announces
PANEL DISCUSSION ON
THL Mil)-EAST PROBLEM"
March 16th, Featuring
1 MR. SANDUR VAN OCUR
of NBC TV
and
AMBASSADOR TO THE U. N.
E. MAKONNEN,
OF ETHIOPIA
PANEL ON
BLACK AFFAIRS ANDTHE JEW"
with ROY INNIS, of CORE
and
REPRESENTATIVE JULIAN BOND
Moderated by
BILL SMITH, of CHANNEL 2 TV
APRIL 20th
WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT
DREW PEARSON
MAY 18th
All Forums at 8:30 P.M. at Temple Beth Am
5950 N. Kendall Drive, S. Miami
Tickets at Temple or Phone 666-2536
LAST 3 DAYS
PLAY Ol


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Miami Chapter Of Hedassah Schedules
March Meetings And Special Events
i :l will 11 < all i i< if
i VTour N Ighbor" panel
to ttu Torah group "i Ha-
i > a! a lunch-
K fits til
il w. Flat l( : St.

ps, wo at hoti !- and
and di ners at fine n stau-
111 bi ffered to winners <>f
plaj!'! il the .\\i\ii group's
i Vegas Night Saturday at the
i,i Miami YM-YWH.v 8500
SW 6th St. Mrs Harold Rosen is
urman of the event which will
r ;'t s p.m. Bar service "ill bo
offered through midnight. Pro-
re allocated to the Hades*
.ledical Organization and its
, Center.
M hael Katz, Israel youth eon-
tai will address tl- K' neral
rship <>t the Chal group at
i.lai : ting at 8:15 p.m.
. in th Howard Jol
Lod N'W 2nd Ave.
icktail part) will
e al p m. S
i Mrs Saul
. |, 128 XI 171 tl Ti i. Mrs
: Hadds i VI Do
il :
Saturda;
ins a
Mrs. N
. il M Cl

l>- bird sa >m a.m. I
toi Fed ral Audit n lum.
Silver Anniversary
Season Begins At
Gulfstream Park
i i n am Pai k's sih r ai ni-
....
,i, il .i' a i.....'d
Ve wi
noes f< a-
I Jan*
li n sid< ill
to
.1 best in i
r the
h pro
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; in
i
Ihi S
I
r.uiist
. nil
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]-. Gar
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u lw i rai Ing'a it imoi lals
ted. And on Mon-
ti i Wedi csdays and Saturda)
;. sting a mative pi i
sonalities of racing come t" share
their experii i ps and n at-
ti [am il G illstream Park's
I'ail.,., k Club.
Gulfstream will cater to the la-
with regular fashion shows,
and U* daily double will again br
offi n d on the first and second
races, the popular perfect on the
fifth and tenth race daily, Posi
time a l :ir p.m.
lays
Mr. i non will stai t
at 7 par. Sund V,
imi Klks
. Sth St .' I
Menorah group holds its annual
Pi eds arc armai k< 'i
for i ii assah Medical Organi-
*
"The Jewish Community in the
Soviet Union" is the topic ol a nar-
rative illustrated by slides to be
presented by Joseph Yanich to the
Albert Einstein group of Hadassah
at 12 30 p.m. Monday in the Wash-
ington Kiii-tal Auditorium, t>9"> NK
167th St. A musical program In
hoi oi ol Purim will follow.

Handwriting analyst Charlotte
I.( loci will demonstrate her ability
to the Naomi croup at Its general
ting at 8 15 p.m. Monday at
ii:. al i Miami YM -YWHA.
S 81 St.
Academy Will Feature
Works By Raphael}'
irt
. > i ,\
.. i one of tl I's b t-
kwis artists, wi
bli ai Hoti I
15 and 16 by
I ir... il was

b iai d chaii
Merwitzer, president "i the Miami
i leai ii school.
A champagne pre\ ev will otx-n
the two-day exhibition Saturday
night, March 15, ith all Patrons
March 15, 16
Dates Slated
Rapbaely'a one-man show at
tht- Pontalnebleau Hotel, spon-
sored bj the Hebrew Academy,
will lie limited to March l"> and
16. The Sunday, March 16, show
Will tip open to the public with-
out charm- from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

mour J. Fia
i
U atui ii .: tii ma ior f Ra-
pha< Ij. who
S< vy in S u z, I Igj ; it ] 12 I
went to live \- .ih his
Paris in 1928
He i- the formi r i al bi of Mil -..!.
i Italy, and now Ii' in Jeru-
salem, where he settled In 1945 a'
the close of WorldWai II. He at-
tended the Ecole de Beaux-Arts ii
Paris directed by Jean Souverbie
and was an active lead.a- In Jewish
and Zionist youth movem its
Raphaely studied under Jacob
I Steinhardt, the noted
Jewish painter, and is mar... : at
the father of four childrei H w as
a I- rent h pai tisan Hght<
Nazi o cupat ion oi Ft a
RAPHAELY
RapluK'lv Here In Person
Raphael) will arrive in Miami
Beach Wednesday for his per-
sonal appearance at the exclu-
sive exhibition of his trorld-
renowned paintings. The show.
sponsored i>\ the Hebrew Acad-
emy, will be held at the Fun-
tainehleail Hotel. 1 he rahlii ;Ulil
artist will he guest of honor at
a champagne preview Saturda,)
night, March 15. P A ;
WIU KNOWN CANTOR
f erienced, licensed Hebrew
Teocher and Baal Korean,
Orroined Robbi, seeks position
for Possever or yearly position.
Call 865 8806
S/VSs^^/VlV^^VS^ EXPERIENCED CANTOR
Withes position far Passovir or
year-round. Tenor voice, licensed
Hebrew Teacher. Call 534 2988 or
write Cantor Louis Alpert c o Clay
Hotel, 1431 Washington Ave., M.B.,
Room 353.

GREAT
THOROUGHBRED
RACING
s***t
;4B*5- HW_
Home Of the Florida Derby
See
the
$5<>
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FIRST
RACE
po&tf
DAILY
DOUBLE &
PERFECTA
fc:.
Gulfstream
'Answer Gir/s'4
Look for'the girls with the
"buttons" ... they serve as
your guides for a better
understanding of racing.
Just ask them!
EXPERTS SPEAK IN
THE PADDOCK CLUB
Veteran Racing Authorities
owners, trainers, writers,
handicappers appear in
the Paddock at Noon Daily!
Interesting and informative
sessions on the "inside"
of racing.
2pm5^i38s|
URDA
MARCH
Featuring
8
POPULAR PRICES
CLUBHOUSE
GRANDSTAND
GRANDSTAND ANNEX
- All Taxes Included
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from DADE 945-7511
from BROWARD 927-1711

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On the 6th day the war ended

On the 7th day the war began.
' .' \?':''*\ <<" :".} :.V rlr-fr-nrlrrfl their en>= within W W,l,,., tu.......... "
ilization. But no ooner did one war'Sub^Than^ wteffi&'SfefcS mo!"C ^jKJWO immigrants who
" warofcoi timiotM border attacks Ofwrnteand ntin!rt ,,^-I(-f,-c!o If^nd housed. Who mus "
hich fanner rn^S JrSeSlSStH^ ^^r1*1^^ Whose sick, handicapped a
I .;.! prmi out all her ret ources, gives all her effort to protect'
.'"fi<- \nn vhile he doe, her people are faced with human
t be educated,'
uid aged must
United Jewish Appeal
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1969 Combined Jewish Appeal J"V
and Israel Emergency Fund >*
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the (woman s (A/orid
Jewish Floridian
March Meetings Are Scheduled By
Miami Beach Chapter Ot Hadassah
nday. Maich 7, 1969
Paqe 5-B
Histadrut Third Seder
To Honor Mrs. Bonem
Mrs. Elate Bonem, Mian I I;. a. h
rommunal karter, will u honored
April 6 at the annual Thud Seder
xponsun ii >: Un- Israi i Histadi ul
'ouncil "i South Florida al I
Fontainrblcau Hotel Annow
i was madi this mi i k bj 11
iai I S mil Histadrut presi-
I and Rabbi 1,001 Kronish na-
il Ai
,..n
Tli< 'I in Seder is the [>i ii
rans mi ip|Hii 1 !'. Vmei lean
ndi ol H1-1 uii 1 foi the 1
nal ilth nn 1 1 (it l ru Histadi ut in Is
*. 1. 1 provides for th. medical
needs of nearl} 80 percent "i that
.1' I in'i population.
Mrs. Bonem, who has born itait-
in Florida every year rUicc Israel
*as established in 1948, now i'l''s her residence between Chi-
ago and Miami Beach ami man-
ia to carry out a full-scale pro-
Rram of communal acttivities in
ach community.
She eacaped from Nazi Gormam
In 1937. and has Lived t|. United
States siruc then. Arriving in Chi-
cago when the full menace ol Hit-
'"ism was not y.-t ,,-ali/, ,1 here
she helped to found th. famed
Self-Help oi,| Aged Homes in Illi-
nois, which provided rot r ru.-,, -
who could s,H,,k only German
While her husband managed
their .attic, farming and meat
ticking businesses, Mrs Bonem
became active in ORT, Americai
Jewish Congress and Hadassah in
the post-war years which marked
he rescue of th.' surviving J.s
>f th.' holocausl from i> P. camps
TEA LOVERS
are switching to
SWEETOUCH-NEE
Afe Because S\*ee- rouch- Nee
'r^ Tea hat quality, it is more
fragrant, more satisfying.
MjLc Swee-Touch-Nee
your cup of tea._. ii '- so
refreshing, so delightful, so
much hcllor. vcl it costs no
more h\ 11' Bllj it. '! -'ii
yooJ food stores.
DIST. BY SOUTHERN FOO0 DIST.
4S70 EAST 10th LANE
HIAIEAH, FLORIDA TEL. MU 1 35 78
MRS. Hilt BONiM
m Europe to Israel.
In Miami Beach, Mrs Bom
became attracted to Histadrut
through her great int. rest in hos-
pitals, hum. s tor th.' aged and
other medical activities sponsored
by tin- largest organization in Is-
ra< I
She .1. .licit. .1 the El. ctronics
Deiiartmcnt of the Greater Miami
"Amai" Technical High School in
Romleh, Kia. I. and is among the
group taking th. lead in establish-
ing the Greater Miami Medical
Center In Ramleh, also sponsored
by th.' Isia. 1 Histadrut Council of
Soul'- Florida.
Mrs Bonem also is active here
1: Tei hnion and Hebn \\ L'nivi r-
-:i.'. activities, hut concentral -
her activities on Histadrut "be-
cause 11 is the principal group
which deals with the needs ..1 the
average iierson in Israel a::.I be-
cause Histadrut is so involved with
.-.. Iping the ag< .1 ami sick "
^ WoiiK'ii Set
'Wildlife' Talk
John Fix. author, lecturer 11 1
musician, will l>.- the speaker at
the Y Women's monthly meetinq
it li) a.m. Wi dnesdav at the YM
VU'll \ -I Gn ati 1 Miami. 8500 S\V
Mh St., ii was innounced b> Mrs
I'.' rt Kli i"".an. program chaii
Mr Fix's topic will be Wildlife
in 1 he Fv. .1 iil'-s." ... comiKii
1 id. 1 lation. He is the
author .>i "Miami On A Shoe-
and is president of the
To istmasters ('lnb.
The I ma Albei t is presidi
..I 1 he V Worm n.
Daughters Of Israel Lunch
Th.- 1 laughtei s .ii Israel, Ii
.,.01 s.>rs the Mikvah in Miami
I .uii. will hold its annual lunch-
al I -' '" p.m. Till siia\ at
Waldman's lint. 1 A feature of the
luncheon Mill be "A Fashion Trip
1.1 Israel." presented and modeled
by its members.
1
Etaj Hurlwr group will hold
' regulai lunch on meeting at the
Bal noral I lot. 1 Mondaj ..1 11
Mrs. Cominskj will
rat. while show
ing pic tun taki n in Israel. Pre*
idenl o ip is Mrs. Benja-
min Sti inmullcr.
The regular 1 on n ei ling ol
the Bather group Mill be held al
ll 30 a.m. M011 lay in Hie Algiers
Hotel, when the u in n Could
Happen to Yo 1" wi I be shown.
Groun nri sidi nl 1- Mrs Michael
Feinstein.
The Forte Tower* v in
hold a regular meet 1 ;
Monda. in the auditoi ium -1 ih"
v""' Aill
he Arthur I. I lor ol
Also I.....
aim Had 1 p|ai
have ii- .! nal Y th \li
luncheon ii 1 _' 10 p.i \\, |n. sda>
il I 1 Hot .; -1 K|ieak-
er will U' Mrs Sai..... I Sakrais
' rtainment w 1 1 be provid-
ed b> Mane Balaban. Chairmen
are Fdith Berlin, Rita Epstein.
Gerl Houser and Frances Perl-
mutter. Mrs. Sylvia Danzig is pres.
idenl of the group.
The Morton Tower* croup will
hold a regular luncheon meeting al
Oholei Torah Purim Fete
The Women's Organization <>i
the oholei Torah Day School will
hoi.I a Purim bazaar on th. school
noun Tui 1 he Foi te Towi 1 -.
1 will lx-
hi Ll it; Ihe A'., ii i~ Hoti I mi Mon-
March 24, whi n the
ik. i X'. :'A l MTiti 1 ami I. el 11-
' 1 i llin. Mrs. Rai hi 1 I.:
.s gro .;. j.i sklent.
>
The Ham. Sem-sih group will
10I1'. its annual Youth All
luncheon al noon Tuesday, March
l.s ai the Algii rs Hoi. I, Yo if.
yah chairman i< Ann 1
ip president is Mis 1 1 ie<"
' I,. 1! 111 1
:
in th VI 11
1 .. 1 ,s lii i. served. 1 '
l'i- < "llll.il in..! M ill
Mrs. R...... -1-
ileni is Mrs. 11 \ i". Shapii"
The Triton ...w.rs groU|
hold a regulai mi in. at tl Al-
gii 1 s 11..1.1 ai n...... Tuesdaj. fol-
lowed by a social h .111 Mrs. I
Bet kley is group president.
FIRST SEDER
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2-7 P.M.
SOO>0 dp a"-l
tax incl.
'"22
SECOND SEDER
THURSDAY. APRIL 3-7 P.M.
$1 T.JO 'P 3n<1
t.i\ iiul.
17
ChiMrtn under 8 10 for each Seder
DIKTARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Call I \ ."-R."l I. air-ring Dipt.
V0N THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET. MIAMI BEACH, FL0RI0A
grounds at 1544 Washington Ave., I _
Miami Beach featuring a mam.-'
show for children by Dr. Sidney i
I .I'lni'i
Mrs Toby l.jfchcts 's chairman
an.I Mis. Ksthcr Jacobovits i^ '
l'ii sident.
PASSOVER
SEDER SERVICE
WED. APRIL 2nd 7 P.M.
CANTOR JOE MALEK
OFFICIATING
Per
Person
Incl Tin 4 Tids
FOR RESERVATIONS
CALL 538-7811
On Thf Oc^an at ^^fc^"
19th St.. Mi.irtii Bf.Kh HOTEL
P
HOTEL
RESERVE FOR
PASSOVER
KOSHER
CUISINE
RESERVATIONS
Call )i 1-7381
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PRISIDINTt SS0 00 pr 100 gor> l< JO*. $40 00
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WEDNESDAY
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tor labulou, eight-
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Friday, February 21, 1969
+ JfHf *#? fit rirjijir
Paqe 7-B
Raab To Be Cited
For Israel Efforls
i I Raab, spirit lal
i l'.. 1 i R
. | ..i communal l< b
: red at thi Forti taw-
i i
~ .,.. larch 23, al thi f
i rho dii r is
, i>: 'iis. ii i .i by i
Potti i ow era foi Isra
-
i i i i i ii
. : Israel since the stablish-
ol State. Hi- i~ vice pn si-
RMD To Launch
Ambulance Drive
A al ioi w Ide drive ti (tain arldi-
,; i b ai ees, mobile hospi-
i defi nae shelters and oth< r
aid i quipment and supplii s
[srai I will In' highlighted in
11 ...ii Si indaj morning dur-
i s honoring I lobn
raders, Mr. and Mi -
: bai d,
. Ri ai Is will bi :
ptio I the H<-l
Pinetree l>i at
I : Charles '.' v v >
tor of l
n Dovid, "
lev I Gross
I I
mil of I it tin
a kit
- bulance Ii thivi
to Israel by Mr.
Scth Torch Sisterhood
Purim Carnival, Bazaar
lie Kaharx r Sisti
i Toi ah O.....n Ration will
ir a
this uvecki nd on thi I
i will
lati afternoon, and
i.' ii Satui daj i vening and al
i > Sunday.
Mrs Howai I Goortst^in and Mrs
thin Gordon, coehaii men, x-
i t an cord attendance this
- Mattl w Ettingi r i^ Sister-
d president.
I
. ner-
I at ic forcfn n ice
a
instil Ions
V..\ Ral b i- the
ai Is in '.i Mos ic Shn Ra ib,
rik\
led ii lorn Is
H illustrious grandfather
. as also one ol thi foi riders th<
Shomrin prrdcccssoi the Ha-
ah.
Afti r oming to ih' I'nited
Si ites, Rabbi Raab grad ati d from
Bi toklyn Colli ge, and was ordaii -
as a Rabbi from the H- brew
on College-Jew Ish Institute >!
gion. where hi w .i- grad .
.' ;: ri honors.
During thi Kon an w ar hi vol-
m ri d as ,i chaplain bi the 1' S,
v and si i \ > .1 in Japan. Foi
eood-w ill woi k an thi Jap-
i si he n i ,'i\ i il ;i citation.
Rabhi Raab i^ ;i member ol the
tral Conferoi ol Vmei lean
iis a nai ional c ibim I m mber
i .1. >:ni 1 ij-1 ri but ion < 'ommit-
i' iai i i the I Iatik\ ;<:'
\ B'i ail mber
.i,u ish \\ ii VVtei ai "I
ni FV i nber of the
i |! ... \--. ..i
G
- hw ::: I origi1 "I S nf
I tl ..-
: i mder ol
lit i crl fnian Post 16
Ji v : \ in i ica, a
mbei "i l he Ami i ican l.< Rion,
! i na t i
Rabbi Raab hi v i
on interfa and
iversities He is led In
- w ho in W lewry."
for-
1 Tel
ai I I i- two i hildi n, 1 .inda
ii Michai l
A >mn Ittee "! prominent n si
. i ts of Forte Towers. Bnd of
i a ling members of Temple !'> th
R iphael met this week to initiate
plans for the dinner. Mr. and Mis
Charles Unit/, honored laat year as
:. cipii nts of the Israel Service
Award, have been named chairmen
oi thi Committee of Hosts for the
dinner.
LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534 0001
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RABBI RAAB
Avraliam Avi-hai
Is Beth Sholom
Guest Speaker
Avraham v I tal thi I >rn
Seen tary of the
late l'i ; Mil ter 1
v. ill be the gui si speaker I
ices i i Beth Sholon
Frida>
ik on I
Oi il Mr
\\i-hai i\l k il Beth
's '< 'offee. (
I
cal ioi ks Israel." in
the aus| ici I the Ten .
! ',' itherhood ood.
R ibbi l.i on Kroi is i itual
I'., th Shi lorn, will intro-
duce Mr. Avi-hai and moderate the
discussion which will follow the
-i" aki is presi ntat ion.
Raphaely Due For
ACademy Exhibition Temple Zamora Sisterhood
Raphaely. the world-renowned
ai iwt who once served .is rabbi ol
in, Italy, will arrive here on
Wednesday to take part in .i one-
man show at the Fontaii el
Hotel Saturday nighl and Sunday
ired bj thi Hcbn w Ai ademy
. i in ati i Miami.
A si ud< of Jacob Sti i
the i ned <" i man Ji wish
painti Ra laely was boi n as R i-
tai l s. \) in i kj ;ii an I was an
active l< adi r in Zionist y o u i h
movi in nts.
A i preview fron 9
p.m I S >.. ill
pi i ci de ii'1 public show in
: 6 p.m S ii da ac-
ting to Mrs. Si ymour J. Ki
11. : _. i h i > .ii show
: 111 i 111.
I.v.
\ trRi ; i i ratel)
riced lithopi iphs will lie ol U n ii
for sale, ii i to bettei iri-
Mrs
-.I.: Pati >ns ni the Arts :
- i ill'nu uilh i: ipl i
,i\ nichl pn \ : nv .
The Sisterhood ol Temple Za-
mora, Coral Gables, will meet al
8:15 p.m. Wedi i sda> in I larris
Hall. -Mrs. Lui in will
speak on "You, Your Heart 11> 1
l-'i i. m| "
AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
JWV Citizenship Awards
The Abe Horrowitz Post 682,
Ji u i h War Veti i ans w ill pn I
L'nited Slat s Savings Bonds and
lals in four outstanding stu-
dents at Thomas Jefferson and
John F. Kennedy Junior Hi jh
Schools who exemplify "Citizen-
ship and Americanism," it was an-
nounced by Commander Ah in
Zucki i and Mann) Mandi I aw If
chaii'
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625-3885
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I
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Friday, March
Among those who took part in the recent in-
sta lotion of the new officers of the 1500 Men's
Club of Morton Towers were (seated from
Snmuel S. Goldberg, Alex Stotzky,
auel Mentz. president; Peter Paul and
^_/T o I tact \j to o as
I -l II Willis OIL FOB
I \>i liOLOAl MEALS
' you can reach for
witl m ,- Plant) ra Peanut
ind smart Jew i-n houses* i\ es
> ach for it md again, c s-
pcciallj when trtej are making
salads b cause Planters is light
ami tasty, ami il mixes well with
all (itlifr ingredients. Goixl cooks
reach for Planters when baking,
whetha they have a new cookie
recipe or Mamas favorite old n c-
ipc for homemade bread, and nat-
urally arnart gala reach tor Plant-
ers I'-anut ell for all their frying, .
Frying with Planters Oil gives yon I
the crttQiesl fried foods you ever
tasted.
Planners i>il is the premium
quality polyunsaturate, and lab-
oratory tosts have shown Planters
i- so light that it floats on otner
oils.
Look for Planters, the 100 ; r-
rrnt eegetable oil, in the new
handy-grip bottle. Planters Oil Is
certified Kosher and Parve for all
youi i ooking m i wi ll-known
thai ol Mil-
i 'oi-n (i| Margarine, In addi-
tion. I i orn oil makes
your foods more digestible and is
i ore u holesorm for every m< m-
ber oi your family.
Use Mazola Margarine for all
our cooking and baking and also
try it plain on bread or rolls. It's
available uniaitcd or lightly salted
to suit every taste. .Mazola also
offers a pure corn oil, which is ex-
el Hi nt for salads, trying and bak-
ing.
MAXWELL Hoist: COFFEE
TOivs FOK HOLIDAY DINNERS
Maxwell House Coffee, long a
favorite in Jewish homes, is th-
perfect beverage to top ofl your
holiday dinners. The makers of
Maxwell House are old hands in
the art of Mi nding coffee, and the
results of many years of ,-m rfect-
ing the best possible blend is ap-
parent with your first sip.
M. Max Hiller. Standing (from left) are: Isi-
dore Levin, Alex M. Sohmer, Charles Gross-
man. Irving Silver, Louis Kohn, Joseph Good-
man, Abe Solosko. Samuel D. Seaman and
Rabbi David Raab.
Post-Purim Costume Dance
" if Ten
1 i a post-
I Dance Sal

Holiday Sailings
Set By Chandris

- .11 from Ni w Y ailow its I nd the
Pass iver Seti
rai I, Basil C. s vice pn si-
denl ol Chandris Lines, has an-
nounod
The Amerikanis is (feared to
( ater to the nei ds ol its J< wish
passengers and kosher food, pre-
pared under stricl rabbinical su-
per* ision, iv available upon r< -
quest. Tin' synagogue on board is
conducive to pi ayer i >r meditation,
Israeli dances and other cultural
i \ ents are offered.
i idditi in the Pass
w !iich will li av< Ni V< i k
\ ilso
:: lias
\ ,\|

Piraeus

Kurn
MAZOLA MAKt. \KI\K HELPS
UIIM HOLIDAY PLANNING
aring and planning for the
holidays will an easier task for
- .'. is es if they start off their
shopping lists with Mazola Corn
oil Margarine, one ol the n
ity products from Best Foods
Y'i I'll discover you're a better
I than you though! whi n
do your baking with Mazola Corn
Oil Margarine and you'll ix' sav-
morx >. too the difference !>-
Mother will want to keep a fresh
pot on tin stove so thai when the
holiday cooking is dour and the
cakes are cooling by the window,
*he ran relax with a good cup ol
coffei
Thin late at night, when the
last guest is gone and the children
are all tucked in bed, Mother and
Father can keep the holiday glow
alive by chatting over their final
cup ol Maxwell House Coffee.
Make your gui sts fi el truly "at
home" the year around by serving
them Maxwi 11 House, the coffi i
that is "good to the last drop."
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Regular Checking Accounts
You receive a monthly statement,
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Checkbooks free.
Minimum balance required.
Special Checking; Accounts
Only cos! I0< per check.
No minimum balance required.
">(ii monthly service fee.
SPECIAL checking account statements
will be received every three months.
A CHECKING ACCOUNT OFFERS SAFETY FOR YOUR MONEY
AND MANY CONVENIENCES FOR YOU.
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930 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
'"'"' ^- JACK CARNER C-j -< .-./
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$1499.!
Genie garage door oper-
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ol 1 yr. guarantee on
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Genie opens your garage door, turns on the light
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Phone Now 887-4419
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YOU FLY WE DRIVE IT
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to* lee rates
OHicuii tuitr cites
534-8221
M.i:Ul SU.'Ct- 4?a UCOil U.
Ml MUD*
ZONED FOR
HI RISE
Motel and Additional land
A.ng a n.ce profit. Avi
able .t a apac*jl tow pr >
BO'id yourself cr make
m i attly and Ml
- to a dewl.tper .n thr
'u#j ^ust *cuth of the M
R ver, 3 minutM a .
to downtov '' u'u >
f H J V t* I t '
Cecil J. Mobley
Realtor

North Carolina
i'5 Beautifu< acrci n m gr.
b iriic western N Caro -a
near Blue Ridge Parfc*iy
iSylval Formerly a fa'*i.
ha ped with toilet and comp.*re
electric kitchen Barn (ne*Jj
iome repairsi Over 3,3
lineal feet frontnn on beiu
ti'ul wide mount*-n tre~
State maintained road a-d
bridge to property Call J:k
August. 688-9t>w cr 8J2-7::
MR. CUSTOM BUILDER
85' 110' 10T, Polmen.
Country Club Estofes. $7,500.
Coll or write Corol Anders,
Assoc.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
262C 5 Dixie 445-OSM
Miami Flo. 33133 Realtors
TAX CONSC'OUS INVESTORS
Consul*
I
James E. Crump
REALT Off
25 Yeors
Operational Eiperience
Florida cattle, citrus t fo-m
226 SECURITY TRUST EU>G.
MIAMI 373-5T26
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Located in Hialeah's laroMt
shopping center. Fully eqv a-
ped doing good business.
For details and inspect 31
call:
IEONARDI REAITY REALTOR
Phone 757-7132
10455 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami, 33150, Florida
CORAL CABLES HOr."
6805 RIVIERA DR
PREMIERE
SHOWING!
BRAND NEW DY BUILDS'
5 Bedroom 3 Botri
Open 2-5
Every Day Including Sunday
N of Suniet. W of LjM
El FGANT FOYER
TRAFFIC FREE
,____LIVING ROOM
FORMAL DINING ROO
MAGNIFICENT KITCHE .
-Vainut Paneieo (-m,iy
62- SCREENED PATIO
_ *78,50O
Only Quai,fied oyeri plei;.
__ Llet offering of
CORAL RIDGE CONST. C J.
SJ.4037
JAMES R. DEZELL
RRESIDEN'


'969
1
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*JeniKt Ihridii tr
Paqe 9-B
^gH0?P\N6CENTR8O
HERE YOU CAN ...
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM -1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM-IV] BATH APTS.
FROM $13,090 TO $20,490
JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
Phont: 191.1331
KHtHtmby HrniGiDAiBE
ELOCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLVD. N.E. 126:1 ST.
To'sf Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
118
00
faC'. Maintenance, Pr'-cipal, /n'eresf.
FUN'SHED MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Pleose Sen! F-.e Co'o' P'och-.e
CCONADO TO*RS
1475 N.E. 125'h Terrace, N. Miami, r':.
No*-* .__. .
, &. =>=.
Z r_
Sruruqi Hall
Coudominium
1 155 97TH STREET
BAY HARBOR ISLAND
: v
22,900
ALL ELECTRi
KlTCHl NS
"cdl'i jned By Ca"ir Only 3 Apcj.tmenH per floor
1 St : Ml* Apt, Double Comet .3 E.posuresa ? Both. Flo'.do
"oo"', Bolcony. Also Large One Bedroom Ap'. *(ih Bjth
Power* Room ) Air Condi*ioned Lounge and Cord Room
'Hf era Shimming Pool.
(305) 379-9470 865-2808
IwtAi
ftA44 -a_
Palm Terrace Motel
Pol Parkin) Kitchenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538 0823
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Seating 110 Including
all equipment, complete
kitchen. Seven months
old. Bargain Mus. take
all. Call Owner
888-4973 or
888-9264
760-1000 ACRES
TAHIAMI THAU FRONTAGE
Near New University Site
$2,750 per acre
Good Terms Available
JO NELL NILSS0N
REALTOR
8101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
751 8280
PORT LARGO
Homesites oi the Atlantic m
the heart of Kfy Largo, near.
p>.t ,-f the f.ihuiou* Florida
Sp i ^us litei on so- wide
rtr'P canals 'rp-ti $t | n n
.' $3~-0 down ,md $55
nth Or total ri r .*< i
Inside lots from S'OOO only
down .ind %2b month.
N pro-payment penalty no
building tn i"w taxrs
II ul 't '*. "- i |g pro-
I and private
.. r i > : -.mi ;
within w t.
It ii ur.nrr <0Htru
no n "i lo hi me sites
Frr<- information tend
or letter Bo Bon Ke%
'or "lO'"
Pom*-. valUal to anyone
king frost-free rlima'
Clan Mir and water Or
Phone J0:*
Less th.n one hour from
M i via US 1 oni>
ei t 'low Homestead to
Key Largo Post Office Suit-
division entrance across high
w.iy from German Inn Office
open S to 5 datly and Sunj.iy
afternoon t i i n you with-
out obligation.
SELL SUBDIVISION
For Builder- Developer
Pr>nopai d'tahled. must sell
42 Platted lots. 380 unplatt-
ed lots Land planning by
FHA. plus 2 commercial
site* and water plant with
100 metered hookups. Capa-
city 750 connection*. Locat-
ed | mile North of Brooks
vtlle, Fla. City limits on US
41 in Hernando County, total
price $?90.000. $90,000 down,
with releases. Phone owner
Miami 661-1962 or write
Bruce Oev. Corp. P.O. Bon
90S. Brooksville. Florida.
DOMINO
Condominium
Deluxe 1 bedroom 1 Vi bath apts.
r
Deluxe 1 bedroom 1 den 2 bath apts.
FROM
$19,900
ONLY 4 APTS ON A FLOOR
ALL ARE CORNER APART
MINTS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL
SUN DECK WITH DOCKING
FACILITIES
PRIVATE PARKING
ELEVATOR MARRLE SILLS
LAUNORY ROOM DISHWASHER
VINYL TILI FLOOR
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
WALL TO WALL CARPETING
CARO ROOM o VANITIES
o MASTER TV ANTENNA
14' FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR
MJMINO CONDOMINIUM
CRESPI BLVD. E. 80th ST.
MIAMI BEACN
CALL 865-9469
mee:
Waterfront Rental Apartments
in EXCLUSIVE GOLDEN ISLES Holland,',
THE MOST VALUE ANYWHERE
IMMiDJATE OCCUPANCY
COMPUTE RECREATION RLDG.
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
SAUNAS BILLIARD CARO ROOM
FREE TENANT AND GUEST PARKING
DISHWASHER EYE LEVEL RANGE
OFFICE MODELS OPEN DAILY 9 A.M.-6 PM.
ONE BEDROOM i. TWO BEDROOM TWO BATHS
I LiTBI Bin. SURER ISLES
. loaiai IULMIUE SHOP-
IPIH8 CERTEI Midway kat.eoi
|l.S. 1 tad 111 ell RaHaa.ale
|i.m;..wore:
iimi S47-M22
Inward 127-2502.
UbaiA iik M
SrlSIMl
Ctnlsr
I " RUG CLEANING
PLANT
Sacrifice, completely equip-
ped 22,000 Sq Ft.. 225 Ft.
frontage on busy thorough-
fare in Sunny Miami SACRI-
FICE Broker.
M. KLEIN REALTY I INS.
Phone 888-6961
461 Totolochee Dr.
Hialeah, 33010, Florida
Before you buy any Franchise A remarkable money making
opportunity awaits you in the billion dollar fast food industry.
Our Franchise program is a proven profit maker. Choice
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To investigate this challenging opportunity, send your
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TASTY DINERS INC.
4020 N.E. 6th AVENUE
FORTLAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33308
Attn: Robert S. Maclntyre
Charge of Franchise Sales.
CORAL GABLES
By Owner.no agents please
100'1:>0" Corner beauty. 2
block! from scbool. close to
Jr. High and University. 4
bedrooms. 2 baths with
double vanitones in each
bathroom. garden entrance
wood paneled family room,
all stainless steel kitchen.
swimming pool. screened
patio, central air and heat,
sprinkler system. 2 car
garage 5 ,"", motgage. price
$51,500. Phone 642-564-
FOR SALE
JEWELRY STORE
Established 1951.
Small Stock
Little Cash Required
Mr. Wolfe 661-7627
OUTSTANDING INVESTMENT
"Grow With The Gold Coast"
140 PRIME ACRES surrounding THE DELRAY BEACH Inter-
change ol The Sunshine State Pnrkwoy.
PR'CED RIGHT at S3.000 per ACRE. (Firm) Excellent Terms.
For full information and brochure coll or write
ACE REALTY COMPANY F. B. Daniels, Realtor
1770 Sans Souci Blvd., No. Miami, Florida 33161
_______________Telephone 754-0605

GO PUBLIC
Acquisition & Mergers Arranged
WE REPRESENT PUBLIC COMPANIES
WHO WISH TO ACQUIRE AND RETAIN CLEAN
PRESENT MANAGEMENT. ALL REPLIES SHELLS
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. WANTED
CONTACT: IRA S. LEVY & ASSOC.
15 Shore Dr., East, Miami, Fla. 33133 PH 379-3288
BUSINESS
0P0RTUNITY
Over Forty Club. Charter and
facilities available Good
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, March 7,
BoaMifyuak
Steven Rakow Rebecca Kati Rochefle Weiss Donald Zinner
GBEGO SCHWARTZ
Gregg Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, will be call- !
ed to the Torah at 11 a.m. services
Saturday. March 8. wht-n he will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Am.
Gregg is a seventh grade honor
student at Palmetto Junior Hi^'h
School and has attended Beth Am
Religious School for the past four
MM's. He has been a member of
the Khoury League All-Stai bas -
ball team for five cons cutive
and for six si i ai ::; : ai a
has won his class and grade track
championships.
Gn g's parents will host a
luncheon at the Temple following
the cen mony, and a reception Sat-
ay night at th< Ir K< ndall home.
Among tin guests attending will
his grandparents, .Mis. David
d of Miami Beach and Mr. and
Mis George Schwartz of Holly-
wood, Fla. Guests from out of
town wili include Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Ribnick of Minneapolis,
Minn.; Leonard Ratner "i Cieve-
hio, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Schwerin of New
Mrs. Jordan
tsonville.
York, and Mr.
Ansbacher of
ROCHEIXE WKIss
Roehelle Beth, daughter of Dr.
Mrs, Shi rwyn W< iss. tiTTO
.s\. 122nd It.. ih be Bas Mitzvah
it Beth David Congregation Fri-
vening, March 7.
An eighth grade student at Pal-
i Junioi High School, w here
.-I plays clarinet in the school
band, Rochelle is in the fifth grade
m i'.' brew School and plays \i
in thi i .. : sity of Miami Yo itn
The i abbal following the
? ices will be hosted by R
I lie's i irents ii I i n r.
An
bration will bo h i 'a Ipar-
i M r a i'i Mrs. i- ,i\ ish K15.
I Mi', and Mrs. Roj VYi iss St
is, M'i.

PAMELA WOLD
Parr* la, the da ight ol I
Man Wold, will i>- called I
Tuih as a Bas Mil.- lay,
Mar. x. during thi Hi ices
conducted by Rabbi Kingsley and
Cantor Neu at Ti mple Sinai of
Ninth Dade.
A student at John F. Kenni dy
Junior High School, where she is
in the eighth grade, E'amcla at-
tends Temple Sinai Religious
School and is treasurer of the
B'nai Mitzvah Youth Group of the
temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Allx'rt VVillinger
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Field,
grandparents of the celebrant, arc
expected to be among the guests
as well as many friends from the
Miami area.
* *
DONALD ZIN.NKK
At the 11:15 a.m. services of
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
Saturday. Mar. H, Donald Man. the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Dorati /.inner.
2 Bar Mitzvah.
A Star Scout in Boy Scout
Troop 64. Donald is an eighth
grade student at Ponce de Leon
Junior Hi^'h School, and plays the
trumpet in the school hand. At the
school's recent Science Fair, he
won a superior award. He will con-
tinue his religious education to
Confirmation.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ii. will be hosted by Donald's
pa .cuts in his honor. Helping him
celebrate will be his grandparents.
Mrs. Sarah Wemicoff and Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Zinner. who are local
residents, and his brother and
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Zinner. from Gainesville.
*
BEBECCA KATZ
At Temple Tifereth Israel Fri-
day evening, March 7. Rebecca
Ann. daughter of .Mr. and Mrs
Paul Katz, I ddaughter of
long-time Miamians Mr. and M -
I!> Sootin, will he Bas Mitzvah.
!: ca has ;;tt. i xi!
Israel R li do is S I foi two
y< ars and ha
at s i re-
lOOls.
In honor ol I
i's
touse i borne on
Sunday.
*
MI< QAEL DESK
Michael, son of Mi. and Mrs.
Fred Berk, will celebrate Ins Bai
Mitz\ i.h at Temple Or >lom on
Saturday, March s.
A seventh grade student at Ri-
viera Junior High School, Michael
i- a former Khoury Li ague all-star
i i
The Oneg Shabbat following th<
Friday evening services as v..
the Kiddush after t!'.
Saturday will tx hosted by the
parents ot the lebrant in his
honor.
Among the guests will be las
great-grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Kaufman: his ithers Mrs.
I Strichard and .'- Sylvia
:; and his aunt. Mrs Henry
("henick of Indianapolis, Ii.-i.
LOt'IS OAKEN
Louis. Mrs. Mar-

Mitzvah Satui lay,
8.
Louis, a sevei
ai < !lad s ,i i~ a

The Kiddi sh folli the s n -
Will he
hosted bj i ts in his
nor.
An be Mi
II. XI. I.il-
indparents of tin
celebrant.
,:. f.
STEVEN RAKOW
Stew n Charles, .-on ol Mi
'.'is. Allen Rakow, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday. March s.
A commercial model, Steven is
in the eighth grade at Nautilus
Junior High School, and plays
clarinet in the school hand.
The celebrant will be honored by
his parents with a luncheon at his
worship v ia ice.
Atti nding the event will I*' his
great-grandmother, Mrs. Sophie
Hummeli. and his grandparents,
Mis Rose Rakow and Mr. and Mrs
M S, Kaplan.
*
FEED GERLICH
Fred, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Gerlii h. 7734 Byron Ave.
Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah
at 8:45 a.m. Saturday, March B
at Temple Ner Tamid.
a student at Ner Tamid Reilg-
- School. Fred attends Nautilus
Junior High School, when he i- a
member of the Science Club, and
i. an assistant Patrol Leader in
the Hoy Scouts.
A reception will be held at the
Kiseayne Terrace Hotel Saturday
i veiling in honor of the celebrant.
Among those attending from
-
-
!.'.' ..: INEfJ
Jo I
i i .
will be Bar A Beth T
l
i
l.. has I the
- Scnool for
four yeais and w :li d >n h u his
studk s. ntei ing the ( onfirmation
Class ol 1970
Following the services, family
and friends will attend a Kiddush
in Larry's honor.
HARRIS IIOLZBERO
Harris, the son of Mr. and Mis.
Mark Holzberg of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, March 8,
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Harris, who has been a student
at Beth Torah'S Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School for several years,
will continue his studies, joining
the Confirmation Class of 1970.
Friends and relatives will join in
the celebration at a Kiddush in
Harris' honor which will follow the
sci vie s.
Temple Beth Am Picnic
^ Married <
I .'> ol Ti m| le 1'' th An:
- icnic at 11:30 a.m S
:. i.

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icni
Gen. Shmuel Eyal. chief of man-
power cf Istc.al's armed forces,
will be guest speaker Sunday
at a cocktail party of the Paints.
Chemicals and Plastics Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emerqencv Fund
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
lames M. Aberman.
B'nai BYith I nil
Sponsors Barr>
Benefit Snow
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r niti e coi tact w rh t
Catho'ic rollegi I \
:- I m'> n spom
d iction din eti d and
Barry College for th.' :.;.-: |
' ars
The performance i- op> i t,. the
general public and the entire
has :. taken by Me-Ami lodge.
REVNA VOrXOERMAJi t'
: atured artist of the i i .
Ho se Gallery'8 "' '
i'.'hing the monl
Sossin Announces
Samson Promotion
Th' appointment ol I.a"
M. Si as dii ctor of the
Nursing Home Division of Sossin
s -i ms, Inc., has been announ
lr. 1i Michael Sossii ; n s d< nt.
and Mai \ in Si ssin, executive .
the Sossin chain.
Mr. Sams w ho has b k n the
ai'.niinistra'or ol Sos ; S
C nvalescent and Nui sing Hon
i tor of the Rivi i -
dale N i sing 11 n -a Yoi k
He received ..'.'
di v. i : i .: the Univpi I
Floi i B.A. from the I n i i -
UWRfVCf M. S4MS0.V
sity of V.iami, ,in<' completed a
course in nursing home adminis-
tration a: Columbia University. He
i- i member ol the American Hos-
pital Association, tin- American
College of Nursing Home Admin-
istrators, the American Geriatric
Soei. ty. and is a professional mem-
ber of the American Nursing
Home Association.
a- administrator of the si :
Mr Samson expanded the physical
therapy ai d rehabilitation ,
srrams ami introduce d pro : .
he* en atlon therapist Syd
Skolskj and speech therapist
Steph i.' i sinker.
As director of the Nursing Home
Division of the chain, which wi-
th Shalom, Sossin Gardens
Nursing Home and th.' Blackstone
Retirement Hotel, he is presently
i coordinating participation of elder-
. I- residents in various projects.
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[Fridnv. March 7. 1969
+ li w I \t nrriaft tr
Funeral Rites Held
For Mrs. Rosenfeld
V ineral w i v lei W -re held In
i York Cit> this Week fin Mis.
Sidonia Roscnfl Id wife of Rabbi
David K s. nfi Id ol Beth Moshe
Congregation, North Miami.
Mrs. Roaenfeld, 59, died Mondaj
>'. in n sh ia struck bj a
car while i West Dixie
Highway in froi I the synagogue
t i attend Purlm MegUla-readlng
-. 1 \ lt s.
The driver of the car was book-
i I by Nortl Mli ni police on a
i trge of driving while under the
e act id< nt, .Lull also took
>f< oi San i Stler, 73, who was
(king with Mrs. Roaenfeld turn-
rl c Purim h< rJday Into tra
I Rabbi R I was just !
I II trading ol the Mcgilla
Wv u : hi was intei i upt< by new -
I <: i
Judge Klein Is Speaker
I' I" I S K in will l"
'k l.. lui ch-
"'i meetii Miami Beaton
Lodgi ol I. t 12 >p.m.
[*u< sday In th< DiLido Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, ii was announced by
Malcolm II Fromberg, president.
Ner Tamid Men's Club
The Men's Club of Temple Ner
Tamid will hold its monthly break-
faal meeting al 9:30 a m. Sun
Guest speaker will be Hendrlk J.
Berns, publisher and editor >t the
Miami Beach Sun.
Paqe 11-B
Temp!
Pompon-
!e Sholom Of
o Beach To
Dedicate Building
"l of P II
Bf it, if.- .. ,|,i
tkt- ci remonii .-it 2
P-n !'...! i,\- K.ibbi
Me.- v. si spiritual I >ader.
$""' : iritis of
the I-.. -< 'i,k,i and m mbers
of tin' syi : ue Youth
wil the pi iceasion into tin
nev.
Th 'I"' Brotherho id ;
Sis', tost n n
folio'-
Th- in u tion buil linj
part nf n pi.....
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I hall.
Workmen's Circle
Events Scheduled
All the branches and women's
clubs of Th Workmi n's Circle ol
Greater Miami were to sponsor a
ft bj Sidor Belarsky at -
in the M | ,i,-ii
Senior HI s r, irle Av< .
and 22nd SI Mi B ich.
Mr. 1 ..
'v':i l f" the sum-
r ol 1968, and i con-
rts with went I ,.-.....
The proci i ds ol the cone i rl are
r, l.. Pen t2 Woi ki n's ( ircli
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Iday al thi :-, d-
Auditorium, 1234 Washington
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-34?7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
llO.VAt.ll \\ JACKSON.
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original An -a. 1 or Pleading li I
office ,.f Hi.- Clerk ,,f th,- Cir. uil
1 'oui' 1 or bi fon the i-t day "f
April, i'".:' if you fall t" 'I- -. Judg-
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you i'i Hi. relief demanded In the
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B.B. Sholom Unit
To Discuss Negro
Generation Gap
A panel discussion on thi' Negro
Generation Gap and how it affects
America will in presented at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Israelite Cen-
ter, 3175 SW 25th St., by the B"nal
B'rith Sholom Lodge No. 1024 un-
der the aus| lei B of the lodge's
Anti-Defamation League Commit-
tee.
Taking part in the panel will !
Talmadgc U Fair, dint-tor of the
Greater Miami Urban League; C.
Bryce Dunham, assistant to thi
; ildent of the University of Mi-
ami; Charles B. Potter, vice presi-
ni oi Burdine's; Bernard N.
Dyer, director ol the Liberty City
Community Council; ami Leonard
Selkowit/, chairman of the lodgi
ADI. Committee,
LEGAL NOTICE
B.B. Women's Unit
ter
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ant
lation at i t the 1
Ami Hotel.
JWV Election Meeting
Nominations and election of offi-
'' rs will be hel i at a meeting ol
the Hlaleah Miami Springs P
681, Jewish War Veteran: al 9
a.m. Sunday ,,t Templi Tifi
Jacob n was announced by Com-
mander Richard II. Kline.
David Pinski Culture Club
L. Lasavin, author and lecturer,
will addn ss the David Pinsl i
Culture Club ShaVbat F: i-
day on the subject: "From Ui
Tom's Cabin to thi Blai k Pan-
thers Thi meel it 832 W'ash-
A" i '. als fi
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69 3817
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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'N tuf C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT
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cJewisH Floridlan
iami, Florida Friday. March 7, 1969
>ectio:-. _
CJA-IEF Campaign Cabinet To
Plan $2.5 Million Breakfast
Shown at a planninq session of four special budget study
committees of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are
(seated from left), L. Jules Arkin. chairman. 1969 Budqet
Committee; Walter S. Falk. vice chairman; standing (from
left), Stuart Rothchild. Robert H. Traurig. and Richard J.
Horwich. chairman of the special budget committees. Not
shown is J. William Baios Jr.. the fourth chairman cf a
special study committee.
Special Budget Units
Named By Federation
formation <>f four s|
committees to i e\ lew
requ< -i- and wi i i\ the compare
i in eds "i the beneficial*) I of ihi' Greater Miami
Jewish Federation was announced
this k h. i. Jules Arkin. chair-
man ni the Federation's budge)
mitti i ai 'I w aid r S Falk
\ U-. chairman.
The newly established special
stud) committees are those on
Family ami Individual Services,
Isure Time ami Health Services,
Community Relations Agent ii ai I
' imti.iraf An rrrtrs HlWlUH' (111
cial committees will .' Wil-
liam Baros, Jr. Richard J Hoi
v.u-'i. Stuan Rotl child ai it Ri
ll. Traurl
The Budgi I
i .1 up it> heai two wci \a
effort to detei mine current
year allocatl ol Its lot il i i
tional and overseas bencficiarj
agencies.
After the Study Committei n -
\ ii w the requests and conduct
hearings with local agencies, they
report to the over-all Budget Com-
mittee for final dollar recommen-
dations.
Calling attention to requests for
the lu^'lu-st allocations in its his-
tory, Mr. Arkin stressed the im-
portance of the Combined Jewish
Ap|ieal in acnJevtng its goal of
I2.472.lia
He cited flgurei from tin- 1968
allocations of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The Federa-
tion, ii|H)n recommendation of the
Budget Committee in 1968, allo-
cated $1,902,000 from the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and an addi-
tional 1344.000 from the United
Fund, earmarked (or several ol
our local agencies"
Mr Falk stated thai the "re-
qm its this year are evi a hi
-I in '68. W haw requests from
a agi nek s ,n. i need moi
lars in order to
si rvices
the same
is ai exa mp I ci t ed
i Ji wish Family and i hikin n's
s. i vice which, aft< r waiting :
> opi ."1'ii a NiH ihi1 ide
^ 'o mtj ol: ic with one prol -
rial pai t-tinv i :i-i worki i on
loan from II Mam Offie He
said the needs have become to
i. d i m thi .1FCS had to assign
tun full time casew n kers to
North l >ad< w ith a I lir I |
sional t.i in assigned there this
S|>! |l
Without an expansion ol staff,
J !-' !S ting
District i be-
ise of staff l I
et this iuw d
the need
hi vices
Mi Falk -ii:
Due to a work lo id, the
four Spi cial B ly Com-
mittees will be meeting al least
four nights a week during the
months of April and May in order
to evaluate current and chat
needs in the community.
"The Combined Jewish Appeal
supports more than !'>S local, na-
tional, and overseas agencies, who
in turn help hundreds of thousands
of Jews," statid Leon Kaplan,
president of the Greater Miami
i
Jw ish F deration.
"The dedication of the 10 mi m-
hers of our Budget Committee
means the greatest number of dol-
lars for the great* si number of
people with the greatest economy
nr expenditures," Mr. Kaplan con-
tinued. "The CJA is simply the or-
.ani/i.l Greater Miami Jewish
community getting togel
raising funds to m I the urgent
needs .'i .' ws. AI V I
abroad."
The Campaign Cabinet oi the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1969 Combined Jew ish
Appeal Israel Emergency Kind
campaign, responding to the un-
precedented record pace of the
win campaign, will meet at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors Hotel
on Wednesday to sel plans tor a
$2.5 O.O00 Breakfast.
I! iberl Russell, 1969 Can
I "hail i an, announced thai the
twin campaign has alreadj smash-
d th. $2.100.0JO maik. making
Mian i the l< ading ma [or Ji w ish
nunitj in the nation in a per-
im ase over the
ii
The figures are reflected in
the latest report of t'n- Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds,
Mr '.'. -- II speaking on I
..'. the Campaign Cabinet, indi
I that th < 'abinel ill I*- gi ai i
ii< obj lives in ii di*. idual and
mp solicitations ol Greatei Mi-
ami's J wish community
Ashi r Ben-Natan, fsi u I Am-
bassador to West Germany, was
the gui si of honor at b i
l'..,id Group Luncheon, hosti d bj
Hi. Pi i si Cola Corp.
"From the high-rises and the
ci nd.....iniums Ihroughout oui aiea
to the various trade-; and profes-
sions, reaching every Jewish h-
in Dade County, more than l KW
\ mtei r workers w ill i" cai < is-
nfiikf the Jewish community.'' Mi
Russell stati d
On General
Personi I Is
IF -
I
and P Dhi
i in .
Minister of Ii for the Is-
rael Embassy to Washington, D.C.,
will speak on behalf of the Mer-
cantile Division's annual dinner at
which time the Harold I". Bos-
worth Award will be presented to
Max Oro\ it/.
And on March 22. Col. Yuri
Yarom. Israel Air Force Attache,
1 Washington, D.C., Will s|>eak be-
fore the membership of Temple
ISSIX-COUNU
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PHILADI
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5T-.-1QJJ1S_______
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Chait cf initial campaign results in key c:::es as tabulated
by the Council ci Jewish Federations end Welfare Fiu
shows Miami oi j>nt.
Menorah at a forma t I he
l... n Roe Hotel.
Mr. Russell, _- the
nounci d for the first t
loi f the I i I xec-
nmittei lign
('abim i for the tw in di i
Rxccutn ttei
cludi d She| ai I Bi id David P,
i itsman, Leo Eisenst ii !' Es-
si n, I >a\ id B, l-'l : an Mi Ar-
thur Gilbert, Mrs s Go Istcin,
Leon Kaplan. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Sidney Lei iurt, Mrs Burton
R Levey. Rabbi Max A Lipschitz,
Joseph M. Lipton, Herbert !' i
N'.irrnn s PatioT, Leonai I R
m Russi II, Mrs S M,
Schwartz, Eli Tim
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Sam Blank Mnn X. I S
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l iui i. l-eo EHm i' '
Walu r s Falk, P iui > Li u
elsteln. Isadora Ham Puvld B
Fieeman, Irvlns Frankel
vi-. Mi- Arthur Gilbert. Max ftli
i ii in.,n Harold i Inldfarb, Samui I
Goldman Mrs S..1 Goldstein, Abra-
ham A Grunhui. Louis Harris, Daniel
Seal Heller Morton Hill, Irving Kap-
lan. Leon Kaplan. Louis Kenln, Harr)
Kltnball, Donald Kor< Samuel Kos-
Mian i 'ah ill K..\ ana
Also, Sidney Lafeourt, Dr. Irvlns
I.-'hrMian. Mr* Burton K Levey,
Harry A Levy, Rabbi Max A LI
chits, Joseph M Upton Herbert
Login, Sam Luby, Jr., David Melin,
\ ,t MoUuflty, Ben Meyers, Joseph
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Wlenei '/
Herbert Tarr. author of the bes:
selling novels, "Heaven Help
Us" and "The Conversion or
Chaplain Cohen." will be the
guest lecturer at the fourth ses-
sion in the Temple Menorah
Lecture Series on Tuesday
evening at the Temple.
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Friday. March 7. 1963
CJA Hi-Rise Units
Plan March Events
Zev Kogan (left), Micmi Beach attorney, is sworn in as
president of the Miami Beach Bar Association by Judge
Thomas* O. Earkdull, Jr. of the District Court of Appeal.
Reburial Is Planned
For Masada Heroes
JERUSALEM fJTA) The re-
mains ol -~ defi ndi rs o( Mas i la,
the Jewish mountain fortress that
held out against Roman legions In
TQ C.E. will ii i-i\( n a her es'
burial on (he Mount of Olives,
overlooking the site of Solon
Temple, the Ministry for Religious
Affairs announce !.
The remains were dlscoven I
six years ago by Prof. Yigal Yadin,
a Hebrew Univi rsity archeologist.
An examination art! Investigation
by scholars in I >ndon report* dly
confirm) rt th:ii the remains arc
those of the defenders of Masada
who chose Buid I rather than sur-
render to Roman h-.n.'s.
The in roism ;u. Identity of
the Masada defenders has !
questioned by an American rab-
binic scholar who is said to b
outstanding authi rity m the
ond Jewish Commonwealth. Ac-
ccadlBSj to Dr. Solomon Zeitlin,
professor of rabbinic law and his-
tory at Dropsie College for Hebrew
and Connate Learning in Phi!ad. 1-
the Masada defenders were
nut the zealots who defended Jeru-
salem against the Romans but
Si -.nils whom he calls "a rebel
and fanatic group."
He said their resistance was an
'ingl irioiu chapter in Jewish his-
tory" because they committed
m iss suicide in violation of Jewish
law and left the Masada strong-
n< Id > the Romans without the
loss of B single Roman soldier.
In :ontrast he said, the zealots
[ought heroically for the city of
Jerus d. in which fell to Rome, but
at .>. heavy cost to its legions. Dr.
Zeitlin said the Sicarils were in-
terested only in truir personal
freedom, did not aid tin- defenders
nf Jerusalem and ev< n attacked
their fellow Jews.
Dr. Zeitlin stirred another con-
trov : b ago whi n
he claimed that the Dead Sea
Scrolls were not as ancient as
thought, but dated from the Mid-
dle Ales,
Triton Towers residents will
told a sp cial bn akfast at th S
: !'ii, I on S ii
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
ii n's 1969 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Isiai I Emergency Fund cam-
paign.
Samuel Mellits, chairman of the
[Yiton Towers CJA-IEF Commit-
; anounced that Hen Essen,
chairman oi the Residence and
High-Rise Division of the Federa-
tion, will be the guest speaker.
Mr. M< ili's announced the for-
ol the Triton Towers CJA-
IEF Committee, which ln<
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edt 1st ii
Mr. and Mrs. David Eisenstadt,
Mrs. Ethel Epsb in, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Erenfrucht, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray J. Fox. Mrs. Gertrude
Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Henry .1.
Harkavy, Mrs. Pauline K. Jacob,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jaffe, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold V. King, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Kurfurst.
Also. Mrs. Samuel Mellits. Mr
pnd Mrs. Jacob Moinester, Mr. and
Mis. Charles Niismow. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Shaub, Mrs. Anna H. Sinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soble, Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Tauber, Armin
Vamos. Mrs. Hannah Winawerand
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Young.
Committee includes: Joseph Bat-
kin.Joseph Denmark, Anne Flash-
tier, MaxC. Fricdberg, Hi m\ Glas-
, i, Mark II.....wit/. Charli s Ml
Paulin Rosi and Herman Sp r-
ber,
BEEKMAN TOWTBS
Residents of Beekman Towers
will hold a "Coffee and Danish"
meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday on bo-
hall of the CJA-IEF campaign.
Nathan S. VTock, chairman of
the Beekman Towers CJA-IEF
committee, announced that Elton
J. Kerness, a In ii Istt ith
i of the Federation, will tx> the
I it s| !". The film "N ei
A ur. to (>' Denied" will r> si
The Beekman Towers CJA-II !'
TREASURE HOl'SE
R i lents of Treasure H
North .i il South, and Tn is
Point, will hold a breakfast on
Sundav, March 1. on behall of
the campaign. i
Abe Fogelman, Treasure Hou
s iutl Hern i Schwartz, Tn as-
Point; and Morris 1'n-t.
'I'm ..sure House North, campai
coordinators for the Treasure
Houses' CJA-IEF Committee, h
linn d that Mrs. I.i Ro> W'li'il-
i r, a member of israi I's I fense
Forces, will be the guest speaker.
They also announce the fi rmation
of the Treasure House Comn "
which includes:
Herman Abramson, Alb "'-
i. 'A : i nee Burke, Hai i y B.
Finsti in, Isidore Fuss, [n Ing
Frii -i|amin Goi A!
Hai ns. Sai Harris, Sigmti Kli i-
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Friday, March 7. 1969
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British Government Denies Report Of Israel Arms Deal
LONDON 1JTA1 Foreign Sec-
retary Michael Stewart assured
four Arab ambassadors this week
that Britain has not entered into
any arms deal with Israel and was
not attempting to fill the gap left
by France's recent embargo on
military equipment and spare
pints to Israi |. Mi. .-.tewart di nil I
reporta thai Britain hail agreed to
sell 240 Centurion tanks to israel.
Those report! led to his meeting
with envoys of Saudi Arabia. Leb-
anon. Iraq and Egypt who had op-
i .ir: arms deal with Israi I
Mr. Stewart said that Britain
would like an International agree-
ment to limit arms shipments to
| the Mideast. He said his Govern-
ment scrutinized all applications
for arms from that ana and wou'ri
do i. i Impau ;
>" Mil lab r Denis
Hi all told the House of I
mons that Britain ha u con-
tract! With Israel and th" Arab
countries which it intended to
honor. The Israel Embassy denied
a Daily Mail report that it said Is-
rael wsj seeking Centurions.
Ab .ut 2.0 ;
'down with '.'..
Am i icai E mbassj hi n I i
rotes) whal th. y i ailed i.,, ..
VS. a] ision in the Mid
East." The march was organ.. I
by the Council for the Adv.u
nn nt of Arab-British Understand-
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BOOK REVIEW
brazvr
in=jr7=*i
] i rbic Bookbi I i ,\< a fat
lit!le X wish boj fr> m thi Bronx
m b tter waj to de-
ibe him.
ll,. was boi: yeai ago In the
. .ni Hei :n in Wouk, emerging
in novel foi m in ,.'.' is
little boys like II. rble es-
lj Ji ish boys, must be
particular about the time of their
liti rary bii th Herman Wouk
Herbie his debut much too
in his I". I< < Itj Boj: lw
Adventures oi Herbie Book-
l.iiul.r.
Twenl \ years a 11 manv pub-
lishers were convinced thai no
with Jewish characters
could sell. Also the !>".>!< Th.-
Naked and Tin- Dead had been
published, and lit} Boj was bur-
i. ,i away with the n si of the
gi cond si i in ?ers.
Four years later, with a new
publisher, Herman Wouk gave
< it* Boj another chance and this
time Herbie Bookbinder survived.
Bui > ven though tl).' book ii, vi r achk ved the status of
other Wouk novels such as The
< nine Mutiny, Marjorie Morning-
tr and %'oungblood Hawke,
None .it mj m i Is has -:i\en
me more pl< asure in the writ-
Wouk once said about his
d look. "I! I have a favor
i iti h it actei to this day. it is
M little hero. Herbie Book-
bindi
itj Bo) has been re-
20th am
. dition 11 kiubleday and Co..
Win from Moxwrll House Colfce a
Trip lor 2 to Israel. You'll fly PAN
AMERICAN Jot Clipper from New
York, to London, Paris or Rome.
Th n on to Israel via connecting
Jet. Stop over privileges in many
European cities You'll live in luxury
one week for 2 at the Hotel Inter-
Continental Jerusalem. You'll drive
a Herti Car free.
Here is all you have to do to win:
1. Use entry blank or write your
name and address clearly on a
plain piece of paper 3" x 5".
2. Enclose your entry with any 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
plain blue plastic lid on Electro
Perk. Or the inner seal from any
jar of Instant Maxwell House. Or
just 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
Grand Central Station
New York, N.Y. 10017
4. All entries must be postmarked
not later than midnigh. March
21, 1969 and received not later
than April 4, 1969.
5. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
has been _i\i n siil
another chano for salvation.
Att. i i ill but one ol
Herman Wouk's other novi Is and
reviewing Gerald Green's Lasl
Exit to Brooklyn, also about a
young .1. wish boj. I found i
looking for one of two thii ii
( iiy Boj either the qualitj
Wouk evokes to make his
Ii r feel and understand his
own feelings, or to see the mag-
ical children's land poitrayed in
Grec n's book.
City Boy was different Herbie
Bookbinder was hard to gel to
know through the first chapters
He was just a little fat kid like
so many other little fat kids. He
was smart, the teacher's pet and
the bully's toj
Then, about a quarter of the
way through the book. Hcrbie
became more real He laughed at
himself, knew how to be cunning
he even fell in love.
He was fat, he "as tunny and
he was an identifiable character.
City Boy is simply the story ot
a young boy In the Bronx. Vet
there is a touch of intrigue added
and a bonus of mystery. Wouk's
characters are real and believ-
able. His humor and pathos touch
the core of living.
Herman Wouk. the Orthi
Jew. isn't in evidence In his book.
Herman Wouk. the young boy
who wasn't quite SO sure about
Cod excepl thai he existed, is
\. ry much In \ Itlence
Wouk lias said in defense of
his writing, "In the Rood hours.
v hen the ;^ are 11 ing w< II,
r seem: there is hat dlj a better
I one's time on
bad hours There
is no lift wit i '" m."
i i iokbinder, there
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president; Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. chairman; Mrs. Jchn Owen.
cochairman; and Mrs. Edward L. Cowen. vice president,
membership and program.
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Members of Women's American ORT re-
cently held candle-lighting ceremonies mark-
.iig tha group's Bas Milzvah celebration
at a special luncheon. Shown :from left) are:
Mrs. Hciman Howard. Mrs. living Tillis,
M Theodore Zalles. Mrs. living Sussman.
Mrs. Eva Shapiro, Mrs. Harry Carson. Carol
Channing, who was honored at th? lu ichaon,
Mrs. Lou Jaccbson. Mrs. Este'le Tischler,
Mrs. Jos. Wilkes Mrs. Hairy Rosenblatt. M:s.
Lou Baron, Mis. Mae Shurack, Mrs. Florence
Kuppermcn, Mr. Nathan Daishy and M.s.
Philip S'. .
"Israel Sings" Will 15c Presented Bv Mordeeai ^ ardeini
B i I yarded
lies, *> iddish I ilk !
Benefit Concert Of
."> Brother Cantors
IsSel For March 10
Thn e cai toi brol hers will
ach
Monday,
March 10 to u nefil th< scholar-
ship fund nt the Agudath Israel
li. brew Institute ol Miami Beach.
Michal, Saul and II. rman Ham-
merman specialize in cantoi
J< wish. Hebn w and Ami i;
sic .i'^i have n ceived oul
n views iron; enti i tainmi nt ci Ities
rosa ition. Thej have Riven
concerts in most majoi I
The In othi s' hom an w idi ly
tton d Michal li\ i s in Brook-
Mass., near I i re-
in Bait imoi Md I Hoi

Tick ts I

cMeatless
yet so
^ftige
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
^Spaghetti
* Sauce
Yardon
ir, In the 1 [ibiscus Auditot i
A ton R -
Penthouse For Steve Muss
Apparent!) Steve Muss, who
i he \ ist Florida opi rat ions
Hi Alexander Muss a- Suns as well
i> their Scacoast Towers develop-
ment in Miami Beach, believes in
what he builds. II>' has taken one
hi tin1 luxurious penthouses in the
Scacoasi Towers V. now undei
mnstmction at 5700 Collins Aw.
on Indian < ink
Mr. Yardcini, who has an hon-
(u .u> it. i'i ::om the ili bri
i : ion Sacred School ol Mum,- is .i
foi mer president ol the ('antors
Association ol America and mem-
ber nf the Yiddish Writers Union
il America He is the composei ol
a number >>f Israeli, Yiddish and
liturgical songs sung and recorded
i>> i on, i it singers and cantors and
has wiiitiii four txinks on Jewish
I I.KIsc IIM ANN'S MARGARINE
I OK VOI It HOLIDAY NEEDS
There's only one sweet, unsalted
spread made from 100 percent corn
oil. Fleischmann's Unsalted Sweel
Margarine can i* uaed t<> dress up
even the dullest tasting meal
Spread it on bagels, rye bread or
mils. For those of you who are on
salt free diets, you no longer have
to do without the delicious extra
riavor that margarine adds, Here
is what you've been looking foi
Whin company drops in, festive
meals are the order ol the day Let
Flcischmann's dress up your table.
Look for Unsalted Flcischmann's
in the frozen food section of your
supermarket. And let's not forgot
delicious Lightly Salted Flcisch-
mann's, which is found in the re-
frigerator case nt your grocer's
Whatevei your preference, s,,it-
. il ni unsalted, don't forget to put
Flcischmann's on your shopping
list.
\\ BANA PREMIUM fOFFEE
FOR FESTIVE OCCASIONS
Now is a good time to ol fer an
xtra measure of pleasure to your
family and guests bj serving them
Yuban Coffee, the premium coffee
ni (Seneral Fo da
As you might expect, Yuban
(osts a little more than regular
coffee, hut tli>' difference in taste
i- moii- than worth the difference
in rost Tin taste tills you that
hi re
pick
IS
l hi
Howard Klein has been named
assistant administrator of the
Chai Convalescent Home of
North Miami. Mr. Klein served
on the staffs of Variety Child-
ren's Hospital, the National
Jewish Hospital at Denver and
Island View Hospital.
i coffee made from
if the i-ofiii' beans, aged
.in fulls, deeproasted, and blend*
il artfully to give you a flavor
that can't in1 matched. Flavor so
i ii ii ami gorgeous, Yuban Coffee is
like a delicious dessert at break-
fast, lunch of dinner time.
Your company will ask foi sec-
il 'I and thud cups wInn you serve
Yuban Coffee, so be sure to make
enough for all those coffee lovers
in the crowd. Every cup is a happy
occasion, a simcha in itself.
Yuban is available in regular and
instant Try imth and you'll quick-
ly realize that you can't make or
serve a better cup ol coffee, holi-
day tinii' or any time.
HEAVENLY SMOOTH KRAFT
WHIPPED < REAM CHEESE
Want to serve your family and
. |i -Is an i Nil ;i -;n ii.il 1n.it Well,
trj Kraft Whipped Cream Cheeses
lipped in In a\cnly smoothi
i spn a I like a charm, even
when cold And 'hi- different fla-
vors create big excitement for
bagels, sandwiches, party dips anil
-I.arks
There is Whipped Cream Chet se
with Chives, so taste-teasing that
it is n sistibli For thr taste of
savory onions, try Whipped Cream
Cheese with Onions. If you like
zippy pimiento, thru Whipped
Cream Cheese with Pimiento is
your fare. Tangy smoked salmon
..oi's into Whip|H-d Cream Cheese
with Smoked Salmon; there is a
spic) ta'am to Whipped Cream
Cheese Catalina and lor that plain
old fashioned delicate fresh dairy
flavor, plain Whipped Cream
i 'heose,
Whatever flavors you choose,
you can be sure of tin fine quality
of the product, so stock up now.
Kraft Whipped Cream Cheeses are
in your grocer's dairj case and are
all certified Koshei
SWITZERLAND'S FINEST
SWISS KNIGHT OKI YERE
Another product that adds a
special touch to your entertaining
is Switzerland's Finest Qruyere
Swiss Knight Cheese It is im-
ported from Thoune, Switzerland.
by Gerber Cheese Co Like all
Gerber products, this is extra de-
licious. It comes in convenient foil-
wrappul shirs and wedges, It 15
tho way you want it. for sand-
wiches, snarks or whin company
comas. Make your holiday one to
be romi'niU'Kil Servo the finest in
i In is, s Swis.s Knight.
II;;
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: '. A it ol i: is-
. i hi v .i uiied
music in Israi I, a hei his fat
w as a r-antor and I lebreu leai
The .! w Lsh musii al mil a
;i ol 11 iends an 8|io soi
tiir forthi oming concei t
"Parking Ticket" Announces
Birth Of Susan Holtzman
The birth ol Susan Hillary Holtz-
in in v as announced by her par-
;s Fred and Sandra Holt/man.
K42 NK 154th St.. b> means of a
fake parking ticket, giving her de-
i i ipt ion as female, green ej es,
blown hair, height 20", weight T
Ids 10 o/. and giving the time as
9 15 p m and the date, Thursday,
Feb. I'. A "violation" of Section
30-92 I Loading Zone) was charged
and the officer's signature nails.
"Holt/." D.pt. 02. Badge 196
Murray S. Meyerson, Constable
of the Fifth District lias been in-
stalled as Commander of Post
36 of the Greater Miami AM-
VETS. Meyerson, a Korean Ve-
teran has been active in ve-
terans' affairs here.
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Your family will love itso tmck
it sticks to the spaghetti, n-sver
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Every bit of its real Italian ta am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
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Mushroom, Marmara. Keep alt
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aces

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE
So I wont to a Nautilus Junior High PTA
Founders Day celebration. Not as a PTA presi-
dent, not as a Dade County Board member, not
.i^ a parent but on the other side, as a 7th grade
English teacher.
1 have always loved PTA and it brought many
happy memories. Six teachers who have been at
Nautilus for twenty years were honored. They
were. Mrs. Vivienne Propper, Mrs. Flora Long-
ix>cker. Mrs. Florence Keisch 'she and Elsie
Schwabe always go on vacations together), Miss
Mary Anne Diebel and David Platt. One of Dave's
relatives is my favorite librarian. Marilyn Malter.
Now don't get mad. Lili Duntov. your library is
in Surfside and mine is in Miami Beach. 74th
Street. At the meeting among the parents was
Nancy (Mrs. Alam Loiber. I used to melt when
her little voice would say. Aunt Frances Now
with two kids of her own I didn't melt. I nearly
fainted. Mrs. Jack Scharff PTA president and
Dr. Gerald O. Dreyfuss. principal, gathered
around to congratulate the honorees along with
Mrs. Louis Baron and Mrs. Milton Gaynor. The
Nautilus band was just great. They were espe-
cially terrific land loud i when they played "Love
Makes the World Go Round.'' Practically every
parent there was a band parent. You could tell
from the way they clapped and the way that
they didn't take their eyes off of their own off-
spring.
Here's one story that I have been aching to
tell. Whenever I feel a little down I remember
this little incident that happened and it makes
the sun shine brighter. I had hardly put my foot
in the door of a new classroom when one cute
youngster -aid. "Do you know who my father is"
He's Rocky PomeranceV The words came tum-
; out, he was so very proud. "Yes." I an-
swered. "I know him very well and I also know
your mother. II ; ii a i II." "No," answered the
boy earnestly, "she's not a doll, she's a warm live
wonderful human being."
IT WAS THIS WAY
Ronnie and her husband Philip had a gath r-
ing of their old friends the other night My: a and
Aaron Farr. Judge and Mrs. Milton Friedman
and Hy and Helen Kaplan met then at the Red
Coach. They had fun talking aboul the old days,
they have been friends for so long. It was simply
unbelievable the amount of food that Hy Kaplan
packs away. He's skinny, too. Maybe not skin-
ny but anyway not fat. Afterwards they went
back to the Weinsteins' apartment. They are just
starting their second year of being married. The
apartment is lovely but you can't see anything
because of all of the paintings on the wall. The
doctor's work holds the place of prominence.
Well now that I think it over maybe it doesn't
have the best spot but it should. It is a mosaic
type tile picture. There are several charming
paintings by his daughter Margie (Mrs. Pauli
N'agel, who lives in New York and is a commer-
cial artist. Then Ronnie's daughter. Marvelle
(Mrs. Seymour" Kaplan, had a stunning batique
in the living room and several acrylic studies in
the den. Everyone was intensely interested in the
art work but more interested than anyone else
was Aaron Farr. He himself has become an in-
teresting artist of sorts. Sorta good! Judge
Friedman's wife Sylvia has a studio of her own
where she works. She took one of her latest
paintings in to be framed and a woman asked
to buy it before she had a chance to say how it
should be framed. She sold it to her at once, told
her the way it should be framed, and that was
that.
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HEARTS AND FLOWERS AT
SKY LAKE COFNTRY CLl B
Hilda (Mrs Charles) Gertler had a Valentine
luncheon. It was just for fun afternoon. A U-
Shaped table with appropriate decorations made
it easy to remember that it was a Valentine
party. After the huge trays ol gorg* us pastries
w.rc served, the guests played cards Hilda's
daughter, Mrs. Peter Oiin assisted her mother in
gn eting tlu guest. Among those there were Mrs.
Irving Kaplan, Mrs. B. I. Binder. Mrs. Paul Allen.
Mrs. Alexander I.ibow. Mrs. Mildred Olin. Mrs.
Louis Goodman, Mrs. Jack Friedman and Mrs.
Lou Margulies.
IT WAS COLD THAT NIGHT
Wraps, furs, cloaks! It was cold at Miami
Beach Auditorium. Even though the opera was
about the devil, Faust, it Still was kind of chilly.
A lot of the opera goers stayed in their seats in-
stead of wandering about as usual during the
intermission. Spotted in the crowd surrounding
Margaret Steam and her husband was Florence
Kupporman. Margaret had sculptured curls and
a divine blue dress, looking exactly as if she were
the prettiest girl on the Gone With the Wind
movie set.
Others seen at the opera were Mrs. Selnri
Gallup, Mrs. Serena Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Friedland. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gu-
menick, Mr. and Mrs. David Hochberg, Mrs
Rhoda Levine. Mrs. Harold Grader, Mr. and Mrs
Julius Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon and Mr. and Mrs
Daniel Sch'apik.
EATING 1 EATING! EATING!
My there were a lot of people eating at thai
ri staurant where everything is so good! A lot of
p-HJplr want to know what makes the lettuce so
crisp. I heard someone at the next table say.
"Fi ze It." I say: "Don'l do that, don't do that!"
Even the byes' wife Barbara Rubin was eating
dinner there that night. Barbara came in late
with her niece, Mrs Jean Siegel anil her daugh-
ter Lisa and her friend Laura Ensler. Irv did
manage to sit with them on anil off, Mostly off.
Glimpsed eating dinner were Mr. and Mrs
Albert Hauer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krefetz, Mr and
Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ra-
govis, Mrs. Rae Rubinstein and Mrs. Kirvin
Shafton, Isabel and Howard Grove i who by the
way looks wonderful and feels as good as he
looks' were there with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Maury Shcin were there
but they were in a rush. They were on the way
to the Coconut Grove Playhouse. While then'
they saw dozens of people who think Sunday
night is a good theater night Seen at the th' iti r
were Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen Becker. Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Mersel, Mayor al Mrs. David Davis. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley S ikol.
WHAT DO THEY DO AT AN HONORARY
TEACHERS' SORORITY MEETING?
First of all they eat. coffee and Then
they see a fashion show and raise money for
their scholarship project. It was the Alpha Tau
Chapter of the International Honorary Teachers'
sorority. Alpha Delta Kappa at Anne Satin's
house. Anne's daughter Mendy, who is a student
at the University of Miami helped her mother
greet the guests. Some of their own women mod-
eled the most attractive clothes. Afterwards they
sold the dresses. Well, how in the world did you
think that they were going to raise money? In-
cluded in the guests and members attending
were Mrs. Ben Smith. Mrs. Louis Varzimer, Mrs.
Marianne Schmelzer, Mrs. Marvin Lewis and her
daughter-in-law Mrs. Richard Lewis, Mrs. Esther
Bloom and Mrs. Bernard Weider.
FRANCES LEHMAN
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YOUNG MEN
with good positions, ages 25
to 32, very much interested in
meeting some nice girls. Write
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33101.
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National Restores Service
National Airlines has announced
that its new schedules recently put
into effect have restored 100 per-
cent service of the Southern trans-
continental portion of its route
system.
J. Dan Brock, vice president -
traffic and sales, said the tched-
ales bring National's total system
operations to i'i percent ol normal
I on weekends and 84 percent on
weekdays
Other increases, he said, are ex-
pect* d in mid-March.
Friday, March 7, 1969
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Friday, March 7. 1969
I
NEW MANISCHEWITZ COOKBOOK
CONTAINS 300 GOURMET RECIPES
+Jeis> noridiar)
Page 7-C
In thr laboratory kitihons of
Th- b. Mantsehewitz Company,
bjorah Ross, a home economics
ithbflty ai (well as a creative
C hundreds, of rrelnea originating in
< untrlea from the Mediterranean
I Hi-' Baltic, adapting th.m to
them suitable for the kosher
Over 300 of the best of
i ae have been collected In a m w
: Okbook, The Miilltahi-witz PSSS-
rwer rookboefc, (Walker and Co.,
95]
Basically, Mrs. Ross points out,
Ji-wa cook in the style of the
1 untry in which they live, adapt-
ing native dishes to fit their taste
. ii ol ervance of kosher regula-
tions. For example, in the recipe
1.1 the popular Hungarian deli-
tacy Chicken Paprikash, which
1 Its for the addition of sour cream
;- the last step. Jewish women
I mply omit the tour cream, and
' < result is the Hungarian Jeui-.ii
mcichel, Chicken Paprika. iSei
1 cine below i Thousands of reci-
pei have been thus adapted in all
the countries of the world.
Keeping the food regulations of
Passover has been an exercise in
Ii* Ipline and d< ration during '
ast Until recently the home- I
r v. .is 1 1 ei d to foi ego many
Is thai might have hrightt in d
hi r menus. Modern mass produc-
1 .11 and tr.insiHirtatn.il ,>i Pass-
im ods packed und< r strict
1 \ ision has chan
this piel ne. -.r.,, tally in Israel.
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1 1 Hi roasting chicken, ci t en
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1 teaspoon salt
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' cup peanut oil
> large onions, she. d
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'. teaspoon garlic powdt r
6 young carrots, slici d
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Friday, March 7, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Golden Calf
Robb: Shapiro
V,\ RABBI DAVID SHAI'IKO
Temple Sinai, Hollywood
Tho portion of this week do-
llng of the Golden
Calf ind M wes' Indignation over
the backsli ling
of our People.
Moses had come
to realize how
difficult it was
lUC ili' imi
' for free-
it w is only
in c ssary to lead
; le out of
ry, but in
n .1 was
..'. out
people.
It is a ] || in ,li d
inj i : to escape :
V' i dom, tl Ibili-
- and duti s ol free men. Eric
..... h lished psy-
choan ilysl in his ramo is ok,
"Escape From Freedom," shows
how. in history, nations and their
populations fled from the ideals of
freedom and e nbraced totalitarian-
ism, which seemed to give them a
sens of sr 'urity,
So n was with Fas 'ism, so ii was
with Communism. In political life.
democracy requires knowledge and
action, an awareness of responi-
bility and a willingness to sacri-
fice for the ful'illmrnt of thai re-
Bponsibiilty. This is the dignity of
free men, their glory and their
pride.
In individual life, many of us be-
come as idolatrous as did our
Thu page is prepared m
cooperation UMth die Greater
Miami Rabbinical Awncuition.
Coordinator of the features
appearing here is
DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Bpt'ii Torah Congregation
or' North Miami Beach
cesti rs We dance around the
ten calves "f our wealth, ma-
il rial possessions, social prestige,
evading the responsibilities of free
men who use material possessions
j rather than permit material pos-
sessions to use them.
First things first. The impor-
tant thiny for men and nations
.is to put God and the ideals of:
justice, peace and freedom, which '
He represents, first, This may In-
volve what appears ti> be a bur-j
den. but ii brings the only Ii ip-
piness that is possible for man as]
a child ol i in I,
Manischewitz Co.
Adds Rabbis To its
Rabbinical Board
Bernard Manischewitz, president
oi the l>. Manischewitz Co., lias
announced the appointment of
Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger and
Rabbi David Silver to the com-|
pany's Board of Rabbis
Rabbi Silver, who was horn in
Ni w York in 1907 and received his
training at Yeshiva University, has
served as Rabbi of the Harrisburg,
Pa., Orthodox community since
1933. lie replaces his late father.
Rabbi Kliezer Silver, who was
associated with the supervisory
rah! Inical board for -10 years. The
chief Rabbi of Cincinnati, he had
served as president of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
stat s and Canada.
Rabbi Gettinger, born in Brook- j
lyn. N.Y.. in 1925, was ordained
from the Yeshiva Chaim Berlin in I
1952, was Rabbi of Young Israel. |
Claremont Parkway, in The Bronx
until 1954 when he was chosen
Rabbi "if Young Israel of the West
Side. New York, a position he still
holds. Me will fill the position held
for 12 years by his father-in-law.
Rabbi N. Riff. For 45 years the
Rabbi of the Camden Orthodox
community. Rabbi Riff has recent-
ly retired to Israel.

By KAURI SAMUEL I. FOX
Why is the pulpit from Which
the rabbi ipimlts located in the
center (in line with the Holy
Ark) in the forefront of the con-
Krecation in some SynagOglMS,
while in others it is rather off to
the side?
Some claim thai the pulpit was
moved to th" side so as not to have
the rabbi preach to the congrega-
tion with his back to the Holy
Ark. Som late authorities have
criticized those com n itions in
which the rabbi Bpeaks with his
! ack I" the Ark.
ln joi i oi i 'lions, tin' habit
;.. rsisti in having the rabbi stand
directly in front ol the Ark. per-
haps, as some sa\. as a symbol that
what In' was doing was explaining
the Di\ Ine contents of the scrolls
that are housed in the Ark. They
simetimes claim that the Ark. in-
deed, stands much taller than the
height ol the rabbi and thus "tow-
ers over him," and therefore, there
is no real sign of disrespect on the
part of the rabbi in preaching with
his back to the Ark.
it seems that, originally, the
rabbi preached from the same
platform iBimah) on which the
Torah was read. The Bimah was
actually placid in the center
among the congregants so that all
could hear the reading of the To-
rah and it was used by the one
who delivered words of exhorta-
tion so that the congregation
would lx> able to hear him (Mal-
monldes, Yad Tefillah, 11:3).
As far back as the time of Ezra.
the wooden platform was con- |
Btructcd both for the reading of
the scripture and the expounding
Of the Torah I Nehemiah HA, 8). i
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tissa
When Moses beholds the i.....pie rshiping the .."Men calf,
he shatters the Tables ol Law.
.As goon 1S he saw the calf and the dincing Moa -
anger waxed hot, and cast the I ibles out ol his hands" (Exed
32-19).
K1TISSA The children of Israel wen counted and each man
over -'(. years of age c ntributed hall i
Besalel, son of Uri, and Oholiab, son ol Ahisamach. wen ap-
pointed to head the artisans who made the Ta and its
vessels. The Israelites were warned not to violate the Sabbath
day.
God gave Moses two tabli .....' ''"
Commandments, written "with the fin f G I
the impatient Israelites, M ses s
on Ihe mountain. Th
them worshiping. In in- fury, lie

Levi.

id ih pi v
th, veil hack '
Him iEx lus A
This recounting of the Weekiy Porflc.; of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and the.
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
Originally, the discourse d< llvered
in the congregation on Sabbath
and Holiday mornings was an ex-
planation 'ii Hi"- scripture n ading
of that particular morning. It was
only later, when the reading table
was moved to the front of the
congregation by some congrega-
tions (many traditional authorities
and congregations still insist that
the reading platform for the Torah
reading be placed In the center
amidst the congregation) that the
rabbi appeared to be speaking with
his back to the Ark. Originally, he
might have faced front just like
the reader and the Interpreter of
the Torah reading did (Meturga-
ni.in i.
It w imssib j iii, i the shilI to
the front was mnd< that some
placed the rabbi's speaking pulpit
at the side so as nol to have him
ap|x a: i" preach with his back
towanls the Ark There are still
many congregations whose read-
ing platfoi in is n: tin i nter ol the
synagogue amidst the congregants
and the rabbi speaks from the
front with his back to the Ark
4*
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
17 ADAR 6:06
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':l
CWICCS
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
Friday B IS p.m Oueal Speaker Ber-
eanl Sorenseli, Miami Police De>p<
Subject: "Techniques ol Autu Thefl
i,nil Kelati d Subject "
e
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
Friday 7:80 p.oi Sermon: "A .Man j
< n a Who.- Horse Blessing f"r i
children observing; birthdays In March.
Saturday 11:15 am. Bur Mltzvah: |
Grogs, -"ii "( Mr ami Mrs Herald
Bchwarti Stuart, son of Mr and Mrs j
Edward Qrad
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
I >. :;n |i in Bi
o- li~ Rabbi HHN
Friday S:M p <"
".\||-
rn-.ii: "Moscow Frtes Its Itanni I Htm
Style." Bat Mitsvah: Rochelle. dauah-
t.r ol Dr. and Mrs Sherwyn VVulas
Baturda] I i tn. The Torah Laasnn
I to |, in Mlnaha
ISRAEL (TEMCLti Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
i 'i day v I I' in Bel mon "Mj Favi -
i lie sui" rBtltlona."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
F*rldaj |i m, and 8:1 j p m Bel mon:
"Hov, Much Happhieaa?" Saturday
. 13 ii in Sermon The 2th Century
Torah
e
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohen. 12
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday p.m Saturday v IB a.m liar
Mitsvah: Michael, iion ol Mr and
Mrs Fred Uerk
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman 14
Frlda) R '" p.m ";u--st Speaker: Mr
Hymen Sootln Topic: "The Slant fl-
cance ol the Has Mitsvah:" Has Mlts-
rah: Rebecca Ann, daughter of Air.
and Mrs Paul Kati Followed b)
linos Shnbbut. Saturday 9 a.m The
-..it.......| the Week.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23 |
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash- |
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Acller. 24
Friday 5 p.m, and 11:30 pan Sermon:
i 11 BSankol and the Bam of I--
nu l Saturday in The W .. i. u
Portion nf the Bible Bar Mitsvah,
RW-vcn son ol Mr, and Mrs Alii u
Itnkow Junior rVinirreantlnii Servlci
I" :." ii III III A--, ml.lv ll.ill
----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. '
Gross. 25

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthndox. Rabhi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabhi David Lehrfield. .
Cantor Abraham Seif 27 I
Friday r. i.m Saturday v Jill :i m
Sermon: "The tlreat Traired>
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abnm.
owiti. Cantor N ico Feldman. 28
Friday h IS p.m Saturday : b m
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. I
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
Friday R p m Saturday 8 S a m
mon "After Purlm, What?"
em Calm." Saturday B a.m Rni
Mitsvah: Scott, son < Mr and Mn
Bumui-I Frlwhi Annual I'm on Mas-
querade Ball
--------
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. 37
I r ii, Bel mon I- 11
A Ixmk ,,i \. .. \
Bern 11 i-m Followed b) 1 Inett
liai Saturday 11 a m Bas M ltz\ah
dauahter ol Mi mid Mi-
Alan Wold
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3a
Friday 5 : p m Baturdai 9 a m
-;' rmoii .- ..,,.1 Kxp.-ml-
1 Peopu Uar Mltzvah H
.......' Mr and Mr> Sidney ii
man
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
lave of Mn-:. Followed by t)
Shabhat, snonsorid b) Ml Bflid Mrs
l :"i" rl Bala m< Bs 1111 do j .1 in
EMANUEL. 1801 S Andrews Ave.
Reform Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
HAUANDAtE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N E. First Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
CORAL GABIES
M-r-
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
Friday fl p m. Ifaturday II h m Si 1
mon: "The Golden Calf sun Livea."
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6 j
Friday S:18 p.m Sen...... We Kre
Oullty Follow it iii 1 "I k Bh ihhal i
in honor of Jack si..... birthday
Baturda) R:4S a in Ben...... An Ap-
tiroach i" I'm Ificatlon ". p m The
i.riion ,f lj\\. .". :i"i p.m Sermon
'KliminniinK Wars "
----
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Friday 1:11 p.m Quasi Speaker: Mrs
Fanny April, srtfe nf Rabhi Blfnnn '
April. Topic: atisraohl Women Fol-
lowed by Ones Bhabbai hosted by '
Mrs Beckle Harris, in honor March
Wedding Anniversaries of ber child- !
ran.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
e
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 15
B'NAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 275 NW
199th St. Conservative. Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel. 9
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. r801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. in
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T, Swir-
sky. Cantor Mayice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL 'TEMPLE). 1548
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor S.iul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Canto- David Convlssr. 21
Friday 8 IS p.m tJuesi Speaker:
Avraham Avl-Hal Topic: "Uevl Bab-
kol Am I Kiihu lllm."
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31 :
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Ben.
Hillel 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1025
N E Miami Gardens Drive. Con- I
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. !
| Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
' Friday r, p ,,, s. ,,,, h T
B'.....i Time and Vi.u are the \, -
nuntanl Saturday % l", a m Junior
.--. 1 \ 1, mi ^ "iiih Center I" ., m
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lio-
schit*. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Friday 3n p m ami 1:15 p m sai-
urday 8:30 am Bar Mltsv.ft Harrta.
,"" "' Vlr ..... Mra Mark II..1/
.""'' '" ..... of .Mr. and Mrs. Joel
JUE* (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
pe,r' *0
< "'ay |i in Saturday 11 1-. .. m
liai MiUvah; Donald Alan -......1
Dr and Mn Doran Zlm
ZAMORA (TEMPL*E)744Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Friday Iii p m Bermoi .,,, ,
Jewish nexelopments." Followed lit
<>** Shalibal Saturday 8 13 n
Sermon Scriptural lesson.
FT. UUDERDAIE
BoTH, ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 547 E
tdwards. Cantor Theodore Mmdich
l''"'"1 :' '"" Sermon: .., ii,*2
BETH EL (TEMPLE) S 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
I'i ulii) |, r, s< in rhe in
Batui
.1 in liar Mils
Mi .,!,.! .\|, II. -I .it
BETH SHALOM iTEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St Conservative Ranbi
Morton Malavsky Cantor Irvinq
Gold. afj
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
IS2,AES- |TEMP: E). 3500 SW (9th
Way Conservative.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick 49
"<*) i p ,,i Sermon Rig and
'-"" i- Hl1.1i ., v\.. Do
v""' Them Anything Satur-
''" '- in The Story of ., I:. .1
Cow
SURFSI0E
M?SAN_, DAVI CONGREGATION.
Jll Z"'?'?* Av' Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
Weln
^Zo vvnH E CONGREGATION.
JV^ \X DJ"ke Hwy' Conservative.
Rabbi Dav.d Ro.enfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. ,,,
B'NAI RAPHAEL*1401 NW 183rd S
c.ssr'i'.eV-.Rabbi ch*rie Rub':
Lantor Jack Lerner. ' ''''> 8 I" p.m Sermon "The Mod-
KMinicJ C7"e/cv./5IOM QO
a-' eic\ 1-ion r^rocjrama
>i:.rc,,., ,,, ,(lMm Tho jewUhWowhlp Hour
Host Rabbi Sol Landau,
Beth David Congregation.
Mar,., 9 n, T1, stj|, SmaJ1
Host: RabW MorrU A Kipper
.,. rpn,P,e ,'"1"'. Coral Gable,
ropic Purim.
March ,, (;h. ., ,,, ,, p :i) M;m T)
'"'"," P.....>" My Ignorance
Moderator: Rev, Luther C. Pierce
,i"n;;,""i;: **t*>i u,,^ M. aiim,,inl,
remple Beth Am




Friday, March 7. 1969
* l-r*%i^lhflbririrti i:r

Sunland Children
To Benefit From
Fashion Preview
Southern !' II Teli i hori I' m-
v.
soi il .1 lunchi on and fashion pre-
the I
childi n it S !' lii CVn-
ti i ihis v.. i k
II Id at Miami Won i i "lub,
the fashion itured
rtswear, ml i
Mrs Shlrli > S Smith, 1
ion Show coordinator ror Lorv's
Coral I iabli
low Models includi d
Ji manne Pr \ al le, Phylis Q>i ill -
Ben Iford Shi rry Williams,
Kose Hi ti Mar) 1 toubli da>
and Rebi rea I Iradlej. all ol whom
i. Ii phone company employei s
Mi- Lorctta i '.Mik. Chi< i Opei
ator al the Wi stchestei i ifl
which ser\"e irea ol south-
western Miami and is actively In-
volved in a nun bor of pi o> cts for
i he Invocation. Till
Sarvis of Southern Boll was mis-
tress <>i ceremonies for the daj
Committee members for the
fund-raising affair included Sheila
Hi cker, Elaine Abbott, Vi\ Ian
T ij loi Bettye Keal ing and Rosa-
Ii Freeman
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Friday, March 7. 196 =
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB 18 HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rwn-'
in business und. r !). :.. m. u- name
of BKTHKI. PRESS al S127 Waal
Flagier Btreet, Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
Countv, Florida
JOSH M VKKA
KBLLY. BROOKS & ROPES
Attornevs for 1IKTHK1. PRESS
218 Alcaiar, Coral Cables,
F,or,da- | H 3/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81852-C
In RE: Estate of
PH1I.I1' SlrMEL,
D^'*NOTlCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
^You'are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any i-laims and demand,
which you may hav against the es-
tate of PHILIP SIECK1. deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Countv Judges of Bade County, and
file he same in duplicate and as
provided in Section MA Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the
County Courthouse lii Dude County,
Florida within mx calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1-th
day of February. A P. IW.
r HELEN SIEGEL
As Exexcutrlx
First publication of this notice on
the 21st day of February. 19S9.
FRISHMAN & FEIN
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ,.,,.,,-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, dealring t" e.igaa*e
In business under the fictitious name
of A COPYING AND DUPLICATING
at T""i s w >Ttii Avenue, Miami
Dade County. Florida Intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of bade County, Florida
HOWARD SCHECTER
I'M.lor. POPPELL
HoRWICH ft GOODMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
ir.n4 Alfred I dui'ont Building
Miami. Florid. 3*1,1 2/j8 3 jmU_n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,
the undersigned, desiring to engage [
In business under the fictitious name |
of COl'NTRY CUB FORMAL WEAR
doing business at the following ad- |
dresses: Peinne Shopping Center. ,
Westchester Mall intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr- ,
cuit Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
O UN TRY I'l.l'll MEN S
WFAR. INC.
Bv EMANl'EL MEYER. Pres.
I 14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB is hereby GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam>-
of MIAMI STUDENT FIELD TRIPS
at P. o Box ..".7. North Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Cuuntv. Florida
LORRAINE GOl DWEBBR
HARRY ZCKERNICK
Attorney for owner
420 Lincoln' Road
Miami Beach. Florida
2 28 3/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C"')RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 82031
In RE: Estate of
NIK" il.A.I KIRSANOW
i leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of NIKOLAJ KIRSANOW de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 lii. Florida
Statutes, hi their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of February. A D 1969
BW'. EN IA KI .IN KOWSK Y
As Executrix
First publication of this police on
the list day of February, IM9.
BENNETT C, FBI OMAN of
SCHONFB1 D A FELDMAN
Attorneys for Kxe.-utrix
MM Biscayne Building
t L'l -28 "/7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COuNTY.
FLORIDA'N PROBATE
No. 8207;A
RE
IA\ ID Bl M.E'K
'''" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.> All Creditors and All Pert
Having Claims or I ra i
Agalnsl Saul Estate:
You are h< rebj notified and n to present anj claims and demands
which you ma) have against the estate
of DAVID BIAI.ECK d.....aaed late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Count)
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate anil a.- provided In
Section 733 IK. Florida Statutes, in
their offlcea in the County Courthouse
in Dad.- County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this It da)
of February, A D IM
TOBY BIAI.ECK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2x day ,,f February, 1968
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER.
LEVINSON and KEN IN
Attorneys for Executrix
1151 s w First Street
Miami. Florida
! > I 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (
the undersigned desiring to engage |
in business under the fictitious name
Of BD MAR C.IFT SHOP at 1612
S W. 1st Street, Miami. Florida Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade county
Florida. _
SI1-A MARQ1EZ
EDl'ARIxi PASCIAI.
I 11-28 3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in- business under the fictitious name
of CASCH ASSOCIATES at 77.
N.W. 72nd Avenue. Miami intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. __. ..
MARCT8 A CAPLAN
RUTH SCHWEITZER
2,14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-2521
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
JOHNS WU.l.ERINC,
Plaintiff,
ELSIE E WII.LERIXO.
I i.fendant.
To: ELSIE E WILLERING
311 Lanyard Ave.
Ortley Beach, New Jersey
Tou, Elsie E WILLERING are
hereby notified to file your Answer to
this Divorce with the Court's Clerk
and mall a copy of sain.- t" Plaintiffs
attorney, on or before the 21st day
of March 1989, else Complaint will
be taken as confessed SAMUEL B
BERGER, Attorney for Plaintiff, I2-
71 Street. Miami Beach, Florida 33141.
i,.,-. ,i tins 11 da) of February,
1968
B B LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of iii, i u c urt
11 Ircult 'ourt Seal
B) L SNEEDEN
Deput) Clerk
2 14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT 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 CAROLE FRANK.,
Defendant
TO: REBECCA CAROLE FRANK
R.-sideiio: unknown
You. REBECCA CAROLE FRANK,
are hereby notified that a Bill "t* Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. anil you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. VON ZAMFT &
SMITH. 1512 Capital Bank Building.
Miami. Florida 33132 and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 4th dav of
April, 1969. If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against !
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill Of Complaint.
This nonce shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2ist d.u of February
A.D. 1969
E It LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Curt. Da,!,- Countv. Florida
B) : C P Cl IPBLAND
I leputy cu-rk
(Cli nit Court Seal >
\'i IN ZAMFT A- smith
ir,12 Capital Bank Bldg.
Miami, Flot Ida 3S13Z
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Phone 879-6461
I 2* 3/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN OROBATE
No. 82225-B
In KE: Estate of
SOL HB1I PERN
I ?., eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit.o-s ami All Persons Hai -
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
3 inr.-d to present any claims and
emandl which you may have against
the estate of SOL HEII.I'ERN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733 IK. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 6ttl
day of February. A.D 1969
FLORENCE HEILPERN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of March, 1969
MONROE OBLB
Attorney for Executrix
1614 Congress Building
.Miami, Florida 33132
3 7-14-31-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, < siring to engage
In business under Hie fictitious name
"t MONTH'S TALK OF THE TOWN
HAIR 8TYI ES at 16940 \ E 19th
Avenue, N Miami Beach intends tn
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Mll.MAR HAIR STYLES IXC.
SPARSER ROSKIN P A
At tome) for Applicant
IMI N Biscayne Blvd
Miami. Florida
:: r-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COU-^T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 69-213-t
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAl'L PEREZ
Plaintiff.
Rosa CRUZ GARCIA PEREZ,
TO?ROSA CRt'Z GARCIA PEREZ
48.2nd Avenue
Newwark, Neu Jersey
You ROSA CHI V. GARCIA PEREZ.
!, hereby notified that a Rill ol
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. aad yog are required
i., ser\.' a ropy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, JACK J.
WEISS 44 S \\ 1st Street. Miami
Florida' 33IJO a.id file the origin il
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the ci.rk ,,f the Circuit Court on 'i
b. fore the 10th da) "f March, 1969 if
you fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken agalnsl you for the r-
Del demanded In Ihe Bill of Complaint
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wU
In the JEW ISH Fl < iRIDI *N
DONE AM' IRDEREB at Miami.
this 10th da) of F< bru try
AD I '''
E II LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
I i "..ui: I lade i' >unt) Fhr n i
B) c P. Cl >PEI vnd
Deput) ci.rk
i i Ircull ll' Seal i
.1 VCK .1 KISS
Ml S IV 1st Street
Miami Plot
Attorn.-i for Plaintiff
2/14-21-28 T
Hav-
Said
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undei nig ned, desli
il bustni KS under th.
if FAIRWAY APARTMENTS al .r,,7'.
Fairway Drive, Mlai
lends to register said nami tvith the
clerk of the Circuit Couri I
' /S IRVING LEIGHTON Tin
SIMON. HAYS GRCNDWERG
Attorneys for
IRVING LEIGHTt N, Tin
161 Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida
I II 1/7-14-31

on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
be undersigned, dealring to engagl
in business under the fictitious name
of SARATOGA APARTMENTS at
400 North Royal Polm lana Boulevard,
Miami Springs, Florida intends t,
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- County.
Florida
/8, IRVINfl I.EICHTON. Trustee
simon, hays A QRUNDWERG
Attorneys for
iRViNfi LKIGHTO.v Trustee
361 Amsl. y Building
Miami. Florida 33132
1/83 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of FONTAINEBLBAU PHOTO-
GRAPHY; rONTALNEBLEAC STP-
DIOS; FONTAINBBLEAI* PHOTO:
FONTAINBBLEAU PHOTO SER-
VICE at Hotel Fontalnebleau. 4441
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla.
33140 Intends to register said nan,. -
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
FONTAINEBLEAC
PHOTOGRAPHY. INC.
A Florida Corp.
PAITL KWITNEY. KSQI'IRBof
SILVBRRTBIN. KWITNEY
A GOUDIS8
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach. Florida 23139
2/28 3/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 80284-B
In RE Estate of
WILI LAM A IIANI.EY
I ei >
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "n ,in, is and All Persons
mi: Claims or Demands Agalnsl
I
You are herebj notified and required
to present any claims and demands
i'. I ii j u ma) l... v, against
tate of WILLIAM \ HANLE
saei d lati f I iad< i 'ount). I'
Counti Judg
ill
: .- "33.11 :
In thi nfl n I
Court hous, i
within ^ ||| .||, i|i,
hi re. :
I
r> this i
ino \ 11 ii
MAN \ -i; Rt >BE1.
\ ; utoi
First publ notli
il" ill da) of Februar)
HARRY M R( >SS
Attorn.> for Exi utoi
1312 Ainsle) Building, Miami
2 2* ::/7-H-.'l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-14456
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DWIGHT A NOLAN
vs
CIH.I.KIIN MARIE MILAN
TO: COLLEEN MARIE NOLAN
Myers Apart nients
Apartment in
Rlchland Georgia
You. COLLEEN MARIE NOLAN
ar. hereby notified thai Bill ..r Com-
plaint for Divorce lias bean filed
upmost you. and you are required t,,
serve a copy ( your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. IRVING E
DUNN, DUNN & JOHNSON, 416
Biscayne Buildlnit. Miami. Florida.
33130 and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court .in or before the
4th day of April, 1S6H. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint.
Thin notice shall be published once
each week for four conxecutive week*
In THE JEWISH FI/IRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of February
A.D. mM. *
K. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N A HEWBTT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRVING B DUNN
DUNN AND JOHNSON
416 His. ayne Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/23 3/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 82407-C
In RE: Estate of
FRANCES HARRIS TEGER
1 i...asol.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the .state of FRANCES HAKtUS
TEGER deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, 10 the County Judges ..f Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Bectlon
Florida statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dob- County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of Ihe first publication
hereof, oi the same will i> barred
Dated at Miami. Florida this 27th
day ..f Februar). ad isgs
MARX FABER
\- Executor
First publlcatli.....f this not......,
the 71ii .lav of March, 1969
MARX FABBR
Attorney lor Exi cutnl
1012 Amsl, x Building
:: 7 I .. -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82019-A
i l:E !'-
III I.IAN FRl'MKIN
Deceasi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To v" <;. Hi .i md All P
r l lemandt Agi Inst S i
i
r. herebj ittfied
.
rt hi \ II 111 ,i lla\ .
of l.ll.l IAN FRI'MK1'
of Dade County, Florida, to
lh. I 'ount) Judges of D I ount).
and file lh. ii dupll al
Jed In f : 16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In th< County
Curt bous. in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar monthi from the
time of the first publication hereof,
same win be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of Januai > a I > I96S
JOSEPH FRl'MKIN
Af ESxecutor
First publication of ihi- notice on
the 7th .lav of March I9C9
CAIDIN, It. rTHBNBERO.
K" MIAN l\< iRNBI I'M
At torneys tor ESxecutor
30E Blscai ne Building
Miami. Florida 18130
I T-U-21-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious names
of SUNNY Sot 'I'll TRAILER PARK
AND SALES: Sl'NNY BOl'TH
TRAILER PARK: and or Sl'NNY
BOl'TH TRAILER SAILS at 1I7',
NW 79th Street, Miami. Florida in-
tends (,, register said names with
the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court of
I ..ol.- '"urit \ Florida
S II ENTERPRISES INC
By: SEYMOl'H UERkoV\ I'Z
l'l s|,lellt
I'll. tMBERG, FRl IMRERi I
A Rl 'TIL P A
Attorneys, for
8 H ENTERPRISES IN'c
3 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage
in business under the fictitious num.
lof INTERSTATE FOOD DISTRIBF-
Tolls at IK99 Coral Way, Miami,
Florida intends t,, regist. i nai
with the Clerk of ti Cli uit Court
of i '.ui,' County, Florida
INFLIGHT SERVICE
C i.NSl'LTANTS IN. '
B) \\ ILLIAM .1 G( HJiWi RN
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NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FUORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-3521
ACTION FOR DIN. CRCE
JOHN C BOOTH
PI.,::
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In TH E IEWISH Fl )>RIDI v\
WITNESS my hand and ||
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tin- 27th day of Februar) I -
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As I,i k. Circuit i' ii
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As 1 eOUH I "||
n 'Ircull "ourt Seal I
H \ Rt >l 11 ci:.\sn
2729 West Flaglet Str. et
.Miami. Plot
642-6!
Alton,. > I..i Plaintiff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82168-A
In RE: Estate of
Mi iRRIS ALPBRT
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraot Hav-
ng Claim- or Demat i- Against Said
I
You are hereb) notified and required
t., present an) claims and demands
ui h you ma) ha\ aga nsl th.
tate of M" IRRIS AU'ERT dec. '
late of I'ade County, Florida to the
County Judges ol Dade County, and
-.Mile In dupll. ..! and al I"':
vided in Section 7::.'. \*. Florida Sta-
ll :. then iffli es In the Cout ty
Courthouse It D."' Count) Florida,
within six lendat months from the
time nf the first publication hereof or
ii -..me ill be bat I ed
ii Miami. Florida, thl b
da) uf Fell AD
E\ in.'i \ NI'SSRAI'M
Rl TH MBRRJTT
Robert zane m.i'Eiit
As Ex. ut,.rs
F -' I'Ubln a'l......f tins not
I'll da) "f Februai) I9SI
SPARBBH IM' ROSKIN
PR. iFESSIl i.VAL ASS. .ci atii IN
Attorneyi fcxet*utors
1011 \.a lh His. .,\ n. Blvd.
Miami, l'l"' Ids .
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COPYING ft DUPLICATING
ONLY $200*
100 copiei S Vixll or 8VixU 20 f White food
$1.00 each additional 100 cooie-
Special Pricg in IrOOO lets
COPYING and
DUPLICATING
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7006 S.W. 87th Ay
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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accurate ttervice at legal
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IfIsii fh iriHii/r
LEGAL NOTICE
Page HO
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
county in CHANcenv,
No 69-2843
suit for divorce
: Christine saI \m:i:s
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|CKItlTH lnTcj \s
i RtifiNT SAI \ l >RRS
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ii. KBRITH l"'ii;i,.\s \':i:i:\t
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Bill "f c 'ompla 'il for I >ivi hn-
.m fr. I you, and you
a copi
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ii w %. M iml, Flni i.i., i mil
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In tin f the Clerk ,-,,.
i uil 'url ol
f Marcl I I' you fall In d
lij di fault ill i ,
ii for I relief dei ndi
Kill ..' i 'ompla
hall I"- publ
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mi TH K JEWISH FI ORIpl VN
DONE i\'H i RDBREP ., M ami
17th day of Pi hru rv
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ah. v fttr I'l.iintiff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR'OA IN PROBATE
No 82307-A
Ii RE Ri lati "f
AI PR ED FEINRERQ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T ill fn nd Ml P rvon< Hai
Inn i lalrnn nr Demai Ii Aim-h-i s,. .1
i ii are hereby notified and nu i
ni to pn i m any d< manda
a I h y< >u mnj havi .-.' rhi
t. of ALFRI D PRINRRRfl rli
.,l i ,. i i, .-,,,., i i
tii. County Judgei f ii.nl.' County
i ami in duplicate nd n
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Ri -nr.- |n Ihelr offlcea In the County
' url ii i lad* I 'ounty, Florid i
within i-it calendar monthi from the
' of thi first publication hen '.
'.i me win ha barred
Dated .ii Miami, Florida, this H!h
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PRANCBR FBINBBRQ
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BY HENRY LEONARD
'Four daily newspapers, Yiddish papers end
hourly news broadcasts! What kind
of a News Maniac did I marry?"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-3230
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAREN JEAN PEMBBRTON
Plaintiff,
va
RRCCE CALVIN PEMBERTOX.
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id way Apai !. i No 2
A: in aton, Manual hui
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11 'omplalnl for Plvon-i ha* I ..
'"' d RKalnnl y. u and j u an n nuiri il
. '' opj ol your Anaui r or
Pleading to ii,. Bill of I'ompla 11
llu Plalntirra att< rnej u ii.i.i \m j
WLDVVORN, PA., Coi VVnv
Miami. Florida 331 IS ni d file I hi
I "jal Anawer 01 PI.
or Hi. Clerh the Circuit Court on or
i ire the ltd day ( \:,i | | .... n
you fail to do ... judgmi i .:. fault
j ni be laki n attaint.!
"demanded In 11.. itlll of c, mi
notlci Hhall bi pul
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In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
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K H I R VTHBRMAN, Clerh
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Deputy Clerh
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WILLIAM .1 t!OIJ)\VORNf, P A
1699 Coral Waj
Miami, Florida 33113 446 11
Attorney for Plaintiff
J J> 1/7-14-51
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I' i: s ; i RIVEN that
H ui n uRineaa :-. flctltiou
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ATBS at >16 Du l
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
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PA '.....ral w..v,
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Courl "i before th.- 24ih day if
you f.nl to ii" a, jii.Il--
ill will be taken again* i
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f Com pin
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each week V r f.,ur i maecutlve weeks
in THK J.!V\ ISH V\ ORID1AN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
l- .ii.i.i. Ihii day of tvbru.tr>-
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IJOATHBRM VN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By c P COPBl i leputy Clerk
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Miami PI i 141 ';il
Attorney fi i Plahntiff.
Zn\--S 3-7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No 68-6391 Schulz
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DARLENR HOWELL
Plaintiff,
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YOU, BfDARL <: HOWELL, real-
m i a Are r. iiuln .1 to file
our .-. -he i omplalnt for
a ol ihr above
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-3?C4
STBFAN^M" D'V0RCE
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INRZ MINKS,
T< i MRS INEZ JONES
mi Road
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Miami, Florida i ,.i ,.i. ,
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in the circuit court of t.- =
eleventh judicial circ
of florida in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 6S-17929
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY A \ \ HALDANE
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THE C'RCL COURT OF THE
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IN NC FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA.
Nc 9-?S81
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
KAT-ni KBN STEWART THOMAS,
PUUnilff,
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Defendant
TO: RONALD W THOMAS
Rcaldence Unknown
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r\ Comptailnt f'r Dlvorra haa i.....n
filed ar.i nal you d you are here-
by required to nerve a opy of your
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Attorney. RICHARD I BEAMISH, lit,
4313-15 ii Bouli yard, Hi lly.
1 and file thi
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fVe of Clerk ol 'he Circuit Court,
day of II
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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. 69-2314
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
IjACRIE JEAN Itl USERS kl wn
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FLORILA iN PROBATE
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Mi >RRIS Si IBEL,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All cn-iiii. ^ and All Pel
Having Claims or Demanda
Asalnal Said Batata
You are hart bj notn i I ai d iuln I
io pri-M-iu an} chuma .....I demandx
which you may have aitainal n ,
of morris BOBBL deceased lati of
Bade County, Piorida, to ih,- County
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barm ,(.i| .,:, ,,t.,i .,> providi .1
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their nffieei County l '..in thouse
In Dade i i ,. within aix v' '
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i pul ...... :i hereol or tl for Divorci ed aj
NOTICE B\ PUBLICATION
"-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCl T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
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NORTON
TIRE CO.
SINCE 1924
GOOD
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LONG MILER
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"Easy Steer" Shoulder
95
650 700x13
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Hack Tuktlen
Plus 1.78 F.LT.
t Trade in Tire
K.st St,lei
SIZE
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PRICE
15.95
800/825x14
17.95
FED. EX.
TAX
2.19
2.35
850/855x14-
560x15 IW
670/775x15
21.95
14.95
2.56
1.53
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815/825x15
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760/845x151 21.95
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2.36
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THE RIGHT PLACE FOR THE RIGHT TIRE AT THE
RIGHT PRICE...PICK ONE TO SUIT YOU!
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SILVERT0WN
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The 1969 new car tire
"Easy Steer" Shoulder
SilVERTOWN
HT770
Tough 4 ply Nylon cord
Greater road traction
650x13
Black Tubeless
Phis 1.57 F.LT.
a Trade-in Tire
SIZE PRICE FED. EX. TAX
735x14 18.45 1.81
775x14 19.45 1.89
855x14 23.45 2.40
1 885x14 28.45 2.56
775x15 119.45 1.88
815/825x15 21.45 2.11
885x15 28.45 2.53
820/900x15' 25.95 2.78
Whitewalls only Whitewalls onlv $2.50 oer tire more
Black Tubless
Plus 1.92 F.LT.
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SIZE PRICE 1 D. EX. TAX
695x14 28.75 1.95
735x14 29.751 2.06
775x14 3145 2.19
825x14 3445 2.35
855x14 37.75 2.56
775x15 31.45 2.21
815/825x15 34.45 2.36
900x15* 49.95 2.81
915x15* Whitewalls only 51.25 2.97
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RADIAL 990
OUR FINEST TIRE
UP TO DOUBLE THE MILEAGE
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RIBBON WHITEWALLS
Whitewalls only S3 50 more per tire
ALL SIZES PLUS TAX AND TRADE-IN TIRE
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NO CASH
NECESSARY
TAKE MONTHS
TO PAY
NO HANDLING CHARGES
ON 30-60-90 ACCOUNTS
BRAKE SERVICE SPECIAL
Ford. Chevrolet. Falcon. Corvair, Valiant
Replace linings (all 4 wheels)
Overhaul all 4 wheel cylinders
Turn drums if needed Adjust new linings
Bleed Hydraulic system Add necessary fluid
SIZE PRICE FED. EX. TAX
695x14 41.7$ 1.96
735x14 43.25 2.26
775x14 45.75 2.47
825x14 50.25 2.66
855x14 55.25 3.02
885x14 62.45 2.99
775x15 45.75 2.41
815/825x15 50.25 2.77
885x15 62.451 3.08
915x15 64.751 3.33

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