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Suspects Held After
Hebrew L. Bombing
JERUSALEM iJTAi I.-i
i iv outraged by a bo
a outskfc the Hebrew Univen
afeteria m hich injured
set i ... injured
:;iost of whom
i re struck by flying {lass. The
Popular Fi for the Libers
. Pali itbv a t< rroi isl organiza-
tion, clai i terrorist act. i irding to a n
mail isf Ii try "' irut.
The Hebrew ly declarer!
ihat it would a;);n-al to all inter-
itkw : bodiei w ith which it is
this di spic-
able act airr.nl a' sowing destruc-
tion and di ath in a ,>':'.,
'i research a
The I-: > i den
the bon itl I at
iav i: iscrin inal I I-
I verely injured
students re hospitalized. The
-' wer e after receiv-
Polici who d I the bomb
u prli : said it conl
haul twi :- of dynamite. It
is i window box di-
rest] c if< teria T
were about 23 .
the time.
Police : ,i:
>'- '' : In c.......
with Hi They bl In I
nil i twei n the Israe .
and a- a <: Jer is i! m to
head ofl i b Is by an-
..ii .1 [srai .- Two Hebrew L'ni-
ssaitj lent m re k';!.,:
iamb blast .- i Jerusalem super-
rau-fci : n K -b. 21. Polk were
also a bomb explo-
sion in the R unallah branch of the
lai i n which i local
Arab was irt< dl) inj in I
Eye-witnesses in the ifeteria
lid i- e was i o panic when the
t\ kmi irred alt
-I'M' d through I |
..-lass win lows rearing a ond ex-
liosiaa. The afeteria was evacu-
ated within two minuti \ pi
search in losed no ad litioi
jmi.- Lectures at ti..- 12.000-
studenl univi rsity sum I uIt
an hour afl i thi | n .si>i-
;U authorities said those trea
or njurl wi re all 1st a -
tiii no 1 r to
VI '" :.....- t
American studi nt
> ha' beei
Tin- Hebrew rnlvevXtj blast
earn.- a i'h\ after Jerus: i >ta di
trial pottos hiri Daniel Burelli,
mpl.'\i:iR an arsenal of i i hired
ssoapoM and Ugh eploai> .
which he said was "enouuh t.i
Most ii| half of Jeruaalem." told
in hsiwa that pollre had soffl-
i i. :it ptMoBMC to file formal
charges against almost all of the
so Iran soapoets rounded "i> so
far in connection wttfa the Feb.
".'I supermarket bssnhhlg and
bomb planting at the British
Consulate.
Th^ main su lude h-
Etta Khoury, minister at the St.
\: '.! ws E] iscopal Church in Ra- |
mallah. and Yousef Moustapha
Odeh. a naturalized U.S. citizen, j
ilso of Ramallah. who was being
held along with his three daugh-
ters, all in their early 20s.
Mr. Ban 111 dd that Rev.
Khoury' crosaod the Jordan River
i! times in recent months to
make contact with terrorist ring-
leaders in Amman and brought
back instructions and explosives
for sabotage activities. He said in-
structions for the ring originated
at the Egyptian Embassy in Am-
man.
Tiie pcliee chief said other ring-
leaders were a Ramaliah lawyer
identified as Rashir Amad (Camel
El-Khoury and Pr. Nabee Asid
Mouamer, a surgeon from Beit
Hanina, near Jerusalem. "We have
enough evidence to bring most of
Uv se people to court." he said. He
declared that the police knew how
the bombs were prepared, how
they were brought to Jerusalem,
how and by whom they were plant-
ed in the supermarket and the
mei na used by the terrorists to
si | from the immediate area.
He said more arrests were ox-
ide"'!!.
The sab i aterial and equip-
ment displayed by police included
explosive bricks, plastic bombs,
hand grenades made in various .
countries, Italian-made mortar;
shells, fuses and timing device,
and walkie-talkie radios. Accord- j
in? to t'S. Consul Margaret J.I
Barnhart, Mr. Odeh was natural-
ized in Detroit, Mich., in 1955 and
returned to Jordan in 1%0.
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Fridcy. March 14, 1969
vJenist Tk/ridfimr
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German President Was Anti-Nazi
Colonel Yitzhak Yavneh Israel war hero, confers the Jeru-
salem Liberation Award upon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rude-ibsrg,
who were honored at the Morton Tcwers-Israel Dinner of
State. Members of the audience purchased S 190.000 in Is-
rael Eonds in honor of the Rudenberqs and Colonel
Yavr.eh.
BONN (JTA) The i wly
(I Pn sidi i ol the West i; r-
Fi rl ral R pul ic is a i
with a:i imp ccabl anti-Nazi rec-
ord who has long been in the fore-
front "i fffoiis ti isw that Nazi
war criminals yel to i>< tried do
not ch< at justice.
Dr. Ciusta\ Heinemann, a Social
r> oci at and Miniitei oi Justii
hi v,'i si Germany, was elected bj
,i small margin on the third ballot
bj the electoral ass< mbly that met
in Wist Berlin. His office is mainly
ceremonial.
But ins victory was seen bv ob-
servers here as having profound
significance in view of the Nazi
Party mi mbi rship of his chief ri-
val, Defense Minister Gerhard
Schroder and the nature of some ol
the fon s arrayed on Mr. Schro-
- side. I' was also a political
hlow to the Christian Democratic
Union tCDU), the party of Chan-
cellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger.
I ami who .... T iwo .
I at .
i onvictions. He r :
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Administration May Not
Back Desalination Plan
INCOME TAX RETURNS
PREPARED
3SC Lincoln Rd Mezzanine.
Or Privacy of Youi Home
J. H. KAHN
531-9721 or 864-1043
WASHINGTON .JT,\. Sec-
retary of the Interioi Walter J.
Hickcl dof\s not support n Federal
budget .tern that would provide
$40 million for .-. ., lear desalina-
tion plant in IsraH Rept. William
Fitts Ryan. N.w York Democrat,
charged this wck.
Rep. Ryan (!; i that S.vro-
tary Hickol a- i before the
House'Committee ,,l: Interior ami
Insular Affairs, or. Aim-h the Con-
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later told by Mi Hi kol that the
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Paqe 14-B
ImisHthridHM
Friday. March i;, i%g
Miami Ballet Books 'Giselle' At Dade County Auditorium
"Donoriiic" is the theme of the annual Temple Israel Sister-
hood doncr luncheon to be held at noon Wednesday in the
Diplomat Hotel. The "tops" in iashion will be shown and
art will c!so be featured. Shown planning the event are
'seated, from left' Mrs. Herbert Lelchuck, cochairman; and
Mrs. Jerome Rado. Standing (from leftl are: Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg, Mrs. Robert Apfel, and Mrs. James Rodenberg,
ccchairman of the luncheon.
Darrforth To Speak On Drugs At Y Program
special program on bring ons >red bj the VM-YU'HA
at r Miami, 8500 SW 8th St..
at 9:!") a.m Thursday, March 20.
Speaker will be Dan Danforth.
Hi .tor of community services for i
iho Rental Hi alth Association of i
Dade County. He Is also a number
oi iri< Dangerous Drug Division of
the Attorney General's Office,
Chairman of the Rehabilitation
Subcommittee of the Dangerous
Drug Division and a member of
the United Health Foundation's
Ad Hoc Committee on Drug Abuse.
Violrtte Verdy, IjMward VlHella
Cynthia Gregory ami Ted Kbn.
lour of the greatest dancers in
America today, will aPBftar Uffilb'
i for the fiist time in "Gisclli <
rwe>act ballet scheduled to be per-
formed by the Miami Ballet in the
i ide County Auditorium Friday.
March 21.
The French-born Miss Verdj
was well Known ballerina in Eu-
rope before joining the New York
City Ballet, where she and \'il ella
are principal dancers. Mr. Villella
last y< <; was fi aturcd in an hour-
longTV special, which depicted his
dance can er
Cynthia Gregory and Ted Kivitt.
i h ... si dancers oi the American
I.. ". l Tin .lire, will dance the
"Pi asanl Pas dc I > ux" in the first
act, and Miss Gregory, who lias
been compared to Maria Tallchli i
>-. ill dance the "Queen of the Wilis"
in ihc second act.
A native oi Miami, Mr. Kivitt
received Ins dance training here,
Shower Of Stars Hotels'
Executive Director Named
Wolf Muller. president ol the
Shower of Stan Hotel group, has
announced that Miami Beach ad-
vertising executive Ann Schmerer,
a resident of Miami Beach for
more than IS years, has been
named executive director of the
group.
Mrs. Schmerer has done market
research as well as advertising,
and was publisher of the Miami
Heach Shopper and the Gold Coast
News.
jjv with The''-" Anno n formance only, n
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Products Directory Now Being Offered
Taking part in recent ceremonies marking
Jewish War Veterans Week in Miami are
(from left): Ralph Rosofsky. past commander
of ihe Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174;
George Graham post chaplain; Edwin L.
Feibelman. post quartermaster; Miami
Mayor Stephen P. Clark, presenting procla-
mation; Mrs. Clara Cohen of the Auxiliary;
Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz. Auxiliary Ways and
Means chairman, and Mrs. Ediih Feibelman.
Auxiliary donor chairman.
Anita Bryant 1969 Honorary Easter Seal Chairman
Singing star Anita Bryan, in pri-
vate life Mrs. Bob Green of Miami
Bead) and the mother of four, will
serve as honorary chairman of the
1969 Raster Seal campaign foi
Dade County, oaniiiaipn chairman
Joseph Robbie has announced.
Miss Bryant, who will maki
public aupcaraiHH's in behalf of the
Crippled Children's Society during
the month-long drive ending Apr. 6
.n an effort to reach a goal oi
SIOO.OOO m Caster Seal contribu-
tions, whs at the Crippled Chil-
dren's Rehabilitation Center with
the 1969 Easter Seal foster Chil-
dren, Cindy CoMns and Tommy
Reid, recently to launch the letter
campaign in which 300,000 Easter
S' al letters are sent, rea< I
ever} home in Dade County.
Durum i'.*;s. ihe Rehabilitation
Ccntei pro\ ide34,000 reatmenta j
for 1300 children and adults with-
' : :m i ti thejl bilit.V I i ;
Easter Seals make the therapy dren'a Rehabilitation ("enter pos-
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'i'n 19 19 i ritti .i ol the Koshei
Passover Products Din ct iry of
the Union oi lodox Jewish Con-
rrcgations of ttmRtca is now
[available for Passover shopping.
a< cordi ig to an announcemi nt by
Nathan K Gross ol N w York,
l OJCA national vice president and
-hairman of its Joint Commission
for Kosher Certification.
The 32-pagi Passovi r Products
Director again has been published
Ion the pocket-sized formal of re-
cent years and again lists a record
number of rabbinically-certified
land supervised Passover products
In more than 50 catcgorii s, includ-
ing a numbri ol coi venience foods.
The Passover Directory again of-
fers a detailed guide for prepara-
Masonic Awards Announced
Awards totaling $1,000 in schol-
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 14, 1969

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

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"Jewish Flaridian
Vclmr.e 42 Number 11
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Fiorda Friday, March 14, 1969
Three Sections Price lie
V
Dayan Insists On
Legal Integration
Of Occupied A rea
i
TEL AVIV (JT.\. Defense
Mmisi.r Moshe Dayan called this
Mtt-k ii.i the Irt.-iri-atiidi of the occupied Aral)
djerritoi;. with Israi I. He also
Sailed l..i tin' establishment o! ,i
*'"- Israeli settlements In the
moi.ni,i. o'K regions o( the West
Bank.
Ben I van made his remarks at
a mo 1 k- ol pin-; :-i:.s and seim-
tists If Ilr said that contrary
to th. -a v ,.[ -,,;,, ,,. ;11S cabinet
col lea k such moves would en-
hance rather than hamper the
prospect* for eventual peace. Gen.
Dayan stressed thai Israel must
c eate m w "facts' in the occupied
t< rritoiii .
Egyptian and Jordanian laws
in force In the Gaza Strip
a I Ih '' si Bank must be abi -
gated and replaced with Israeli
law, he : dared, in order to sym-
i like t... changed situation. He
- d th< fact that Egyptian and
Jordanian laws are si ill in effect
makes the Arabs tend to believe
that Israi is ..res. nee is temporary
and uncertain, and the Arabs, in
turn, simply A behave.
In addltl I Sen l> lyan said, the
Arab population in the occupied
Continuec on Page 6-A
NEW PREMIER SETS GOAL
Golda Meir's
First Task Is
Mideast Peace
MM. MOSHE DAt&N
Jewish Students Rap
Organized Community
V &
Cuba Reported
Training Fatah
Terror I nils
JERUSALEM JTA" The For-
\i istry ai >un e,i tins u.-. k
t at Gabriel 1 >oi, Israel's Minis-
t m Havana, luu been instructed
t > look into ,i report that El Fa-
tah members were being trained
I;. Cuba', army officers on Cuban
.- ill.
WASHINGTON. 'JTA' The
1 I Ji ish community was
itl id ij nv mb ol Its c >1-
ition tn s week for be-
ire im live 1 with tra lition .:
structu I ritualistic Ju I lism
>" in :n b la iting militant action
on ethical issues confronting s >-
cielj
In a confrontation between I >ad-
rs ,<: -7 Jewish secular and re-
ious organizations, 66 Jewish
student leaders from 34 college*
attacked I e .' sh "I ablish-
ment" md even the conference it-
sclf. Tht : enl- r in ring fr m
New i i pporters of tra-
- i
the point thai the) wa iti d to
.e d
' bj the ish
mitj ol th ir .i i
i n
human led so ietj and demands
for revoluti m. rj change in noc.i1
mores, w t- more in keeping with
proph tic Judaism than the ac-
Continued on f ige 11-A
By special Report
JERUSALEM Mrs G la
Mi ii. Is a< I's new Pi im.- Minis tet
this wet i; voiced the "fervent wish
thai it "iil be my lot to achieve
what w< all wish p. ace in the
Middle I ast" as she cci pted the
call bj Pnsid nl Zalman Sh
to serve as the fourth Pit mi< r in
Israel's history.
The world's second woman cur-
rently heading a nation's govern-
ment, Mrs. Men issued a warning
to the Arab states, however, that
thej would find Israel as real, as
ever to preserve its territorial in-
tegrit) on all fronts against both
regi lai and t* n 01 isi forci
Hi r > mal appointment bj
Pn sident Shazar took place as the
projected four-power talks on the
Suez Shooting Is Blow
At Egyptian Economy
The student ml con........ '.
TEL AVIV (JTAI The fierce
across the Suez
I I u hich Isra I airo ini-
tat in a
t tempt 1 a i iv war s rar
. is had
istro.is c sequences for Egji''. a
spok 11 said. Gen. Odd
ihe i "at' 'i Nations Truce
- the! *ith 20 Jewish Cnicf' *** confirmed that Egypt
ians were brought logeth- ,,artcd ,,, shooting,
er for the three-day conference by | "l"1''' chiel ol stafi of Egypt's
the B'nai B'lith HlUel Founda- armed forces, I.t. Gen. Abdel Mo-
1
The report apjieared this week
In the newspaper Yediot Ahronot.
Cuban diplomats here could nelth-
e. confirm nor deny it and said
t iey were awaiting word from
Havana.
The Foreign Minister said that
U the report turned out to be cor-
rect. Israel would regard it as a
hostile action and would consider
proper counter-action.
Israel and Cuba maintain "cor-
rect" but not warm diplomatic re-
lations, as one source put it. They
had cooled when Cuban leaders
Continued on Pag* 8 A
I iot
Some ol ;i>' students rejected
the premise that the Jewish stu-
dent is alienated from Judaism and
that the campus has become a
"disaster area" for Jewish com-
munity life. It was organized Juda-
ism in America, they maintained,
that needed to be reconstructed
and was in greater need of reform.
Campus pretests against the mili-
tary draft, Vietnam war. poverty,
racial discrimination and the "de-
neim I'.iad, 50, regarded as Egypt's
most competent military leader,
was killed. At least nine oil stor-
age tanks at Port Sue/ near the
canal's southern end went up in
flames, destroying an estimated
27.000 tons ot fuel. Three Egyptian
ships at Poll Ibrahim on the Gulf
of Suez were hit by Israeli shells
and one was set afire. A fertiliser
plant adjacent to the damaged oil
refineries and Egyptian army en-
campments and artillery positions
were also hi! and serious!)
aged. There was no estimal
cas .i ties to Egyptian ilil
belicv
hav i i
Isra.....in< id Ihrei -
di rs killi I and 14 v Isra
.:t. 'I thai a i'iper Cul -
p ane was sh.it down by Egyi ti i
rafl fire. It ciashed i
Is: ael-held ten itory and t
was killed.
(Gen, I'.iad was given a hero's
funeral in Cairo. The procession
was led by a grim-visaged Presi-
dent Gamal Abdi I Nasser as
throngs pressed against police lines
shouting for "revenge.'' it was re-
ported in Jerusalem. The foreign
ministers of 13 Arab league states
met in the Egyptian capital to
deal with political and diplomatic
issues.
Israel military circles had high
Continued on Pagt 6 A
is*. 1 tativel
it. al L'nit '.
I Icjuarl rs, mov< :
fji il sched in
Mrs ii i ..a.', she w as ac r>t-
fer from Mi
i.ir.- a i thai
I continue I
Levi Eshkol wit
; itii n as |" i- .
No i ii ;es the pers mm 1 or
rr* nl ol the Cal nel
wi n ai tici al d as the 70-y< ai -
o'd foi : i f i ign minister t
She is Israel's first am-
- assa : ir to the Soviet i
l iter si iv..! as Labor Mil ister in
ti' .>-,::. t et I lav id I ; n-Gui i >n
Tin dominant Labor party
linati d Mrs. Meir to
d I.evi Eshkol, who died tv
w.,ks ago. The former Milwaukee
seh' ol ti acher was nominati d bj a
tral committee vote ol 287 to
nothing with 45 abstentions. The
sizi ol the v..te for her indicated
shi wi tld have little difficulty in
| forming a new government par-
larly in view ol another resolu-
i oved at the meeting call-
ing for a government with I
rs and with I
, I i | | si
1 Yi.. All left I Mi
i: .i ; premiersi
Continued on Pa/je 9-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Aliap
4-A
Bar M livin 8-B
Book Review 7A
Candelignt'g 20B
Cohen 4-A
Dining 10B
Editorials 4-A
Engagem'ts C-7B
Obituaries 11B
Real Estate
Sermon
Synagogues
Torah
TV
Weddings
Woman's
World
93
?0B
M-G
20- B
::a
o "3
NEW GUIDELINES ISSUED
Federation Approves Support Of Day Schools
The Greal r Miami Jewish Fe-
deration h is a| pi n/ed In princi-
ple i new polic> favoilng the sup-
nut ot 'communal" Hebrew daj
s,-;i, (is, it was announce I tlii-
wei k bj Le n Kaplan, F V
president The new policy, Mi
Kapl ii dd. was ippro i .1 bj I
Federatiot executive committee
alter extensive consideration ol
oommltte report recommen I
the acti m.
The committee heade l bj Men-
dell M. Seli v teran Feder ii on
le ider wh eh was assigne the
task ol i v iewing a request bj the
Hebrew A ademy of Greate
Miami foi affiliation ai a Fed i <
tion beneficiary, prop sed the for-
mulation Ol guidelines for the c 11-
ration ol .such requests. The
Academy, with an enrollment :
- i than 6 'nts, pro\ ides
full or part.il .scholarship- to
'.v of ihem.
t rglng 1'iat "einiili'ratln be
glvail to el..-.-in.; financial >ii|i|M>rt
to institutions that provide In-
tensive learning." the committee
report recommended thai all evtot-
ing regolationa set forth tor other
lienetieiary age'ieies apply alto to
beneficial*) day schools.
In ad lition, the recom i
lions called for applicants to meet
ill .. ite locredltation stan-
i- s, t forth by public bodies in
the Bureau of Jew ish Education, to
cooperate full) with The Bureau.
which i- Federation's responsible
agencj fo educational services In
the Greater Mi imi Jewish c
nunitv: to participate in Fedi
tions planning process relative to
,h nges r gardin ims and
Capital lie, dS, and to hiv ii ip '
admissions policy so as to i
courage enrollment from all -
ments of the c immunitj.
Mr Kaplan hailed the
of the polio -'.^lenient indical
Chat it undei score I Federal Ii '-
role as a central communit}
ngcn.-v. res|x>nsive to ever-chang-
ing needs oi the total community.
Hi praise I the work of Mr -
hi i' tmmil tee which ins
la! n I for several months in pre-
paring ties p ill p i-nion. Mr.
la: iUi d it a "sound and
fa i one c ins dei ite ol ch inglng
- in '< v ish e luc it ion, an l
nindfu f th rn c 'ssitj for Fe i-
eiation I i continually
Is and senic of
i | orts."
a th pproval bj the
i iti\e ("ommittee c! thi ruide-
lim s, Mi S ':.: sai I that h
mitte would now ail.ii'. ss
to the specii requi si from me
Hebrew Ac ited
ss ions to I


Page 2-A
> kniat fkrHi. *JP
Friday. March 14, 1969
Suspects Held After
Hebrew I. Bombing
JERUSALEM iJTAI Israelis
were outraged by a bomb explosion
just outside the Hebrew University
i afeteria which severely injured
even students and slightly injured
some 29 others, most of whom
were struck by flying glass. The
Popular Front tor the Liberation
of Palestine, a terrorist organiza-
tion, claimed credil tor the latest
terrorist act. according to a radio
broadcast from Beirut.
The Hebrew University declared
that it would appeal to all inter-
national bodies with which it is
affiliated to condemn "this despic-
able act aim I v sowing destruc-
tion and death in a place devoted
to research and learning."
The Israeli cabinet denounced
the bombing as an attempt at
"wanton In ii ate blood-
shed." The s verely injured
-indents wi re hospitalized. The
i -t were sent home alter receiv-
ing first
Police, who lesci Ibed the bomb
is "primi : i said it contained
:ibotil two [.....ids of dynamite. It
vas plai I b window box di-
etly outsi le tl c ifi t. la There
were about 23 :: -: i> al
the time.
Police > ire" of at
rests u cot n
with t;- : They bl tcked
.nieis., | betwei n the I-: u .
and Arab set :: hw ol Jerusalem to
head ofl : -- r< prisals by an-
gered [sra< is Two Hebn w Uni-
versity s( ides were ki'
"ml i .. .' rusalcm super-
narket F 21. Police were
ilso inv r a bomb explo-
sion In thi !' : illah branch of the
Bank Leumi n which one local
Arab was ; >- dly Injun I
K\v-v. ; .- |n t'--> r-T.^- in '
-ai.i there was no panic when "he
explosion occurred although some
-i*id' iped through the plate
..-lass win i >us (earing a s ond ex-
kjsion. The cafeteria was evacu-'
ated with .....dni s \ :>
-eari-h n > ad lit' i]
jmi>- ; ectures at the 12.000-
student university resum I -Aithin
in hour after the Hospi-
tal authorities said those treated
or injui i re all Israelis i id
that no fort;.
i^' :.....' N ii
Am lents wei
to h
The Hebrew l'nlv< r*ttj I I tl
panic n <'h> after Jerua : dia-
trict pottoa (fatal Duntal Bitrelli,
djtaplaj lug an arsenal ol n hired
tvaapana and tilth. -\| I !< .
which he -.nil wan Vnnnuh !
blow up half of Jerusalem." toM
p. usiiu-ii th:it police had nuffi-
etanl evtdene* to fill- formal
charges smainst almost all <>i the
.so Arab sospeeta raawtad ay ao
far in coniicttion wiih the Feb.
11 supermarket bombing and
bomb planting at tin British
Consulate,
The main suspects include R< \
Ella Khoury, minister .it the St
Andrews E] iscopal Church in Ra-
mallah, and Yousef Moustapha
Odeh, a naturalized U.S. citizen.
also of Ramallah, who was being
held along with his three :
i ten, all in their early 20a.
Mr. Barelli said that Rev.
Khoury crossed the Jordan Rivet
several times it: reccnl months to
make contact with terrorist ring-
leaders in Amman and brought
back instructions and explosives
for sabotage activities. He said in-
structions for the ring originated
at t le Egyptian Embassy in Am-
man.
The p< lice chief said other ring-
leaders were a Ramallah lawyer
identified as Bashir Amad Kamel
1 l-Khoury and Dr. Nabec Asid
Mouamer, a surgeon from Beit
Hanina, near Jerusalem. "We have
enough evidence to bring most of
th< se people to court." he said. He
declared that the police knew how
the lombs were prepared, how
they were brought to Jerusalem.
how and by whom they were plant-
ed in the supermarket and the
means used by the terrorists to
escape from the immediate area.
He said more arrests wen ex-
> ted.
The sabotage material .md equip-
ment displayed by police included
explosive bricks, plastic bombs,
hand grenades made in various
countries, Italian-made mortar
shi lls, fuses and timing devices
and walkie-talkie radios. Accord-
ing to I'.S. Consul Margaret J.
Bamhart, Mr. Odeh was natural-
ized in Dvtroit. Mich., in 1955 and
returned to Jordan in I960.
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> Jcw il !fk a idiinn
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Colc-el Yitzhak Yavneh Israel war hero, confers the Jeru-
salem Liberation Award upon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rudenbsrg.
who were honored at the Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of
State. Members of the audience purchased S190.000 in Is-
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Yavr.eh.
Administration May Not
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WASHINGTON iJTAl Sec-
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I does not support n Federal
1 item that would provide
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Kitts Ryan, New York Democrat,
this week.
i: '.van di- losed that Secre-
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Ho Committee <>n Interior and
Ii sular Affairs, on which the Con-
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i'1 INN IJTAl Tl i wly
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with an impeccable anti-Nazi rec-
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Dr. Gustav Heinemann, a Social
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a small margin on the third ballot
bj the electoral as.- mbly that met
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signili are.' m \lew of the Nazi
Part) in' nih. rship of his chief ri-
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& hroder and the nature ->f some of
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WMIBal 'j( BMjmifci '">d even violence on the
jyjTt .I wlwrnentH of an occupied population or
nan IMMlttvo to th# need of an occupied
ptOfia baa broel been toward the Arab
populates. Trie unjust charges contained in,
it.e '.iolulotj. unnubetantiated and vaque an
H, UN ( OBimlIon.
Jews In Arab Lands
Wluii. th UN Human Rights Commi8ion
imiw fU U direct itN attention to |hj anti-IJUfi.l
bargsi thai oriajaalad In the pi|>e dreams of
t)i Arab ieodorn, the same body has stead-
fastly refused to dooi wifli thw prohlem of the
pUajhl of lews in Arab lands a problem that
has arown lo intolerable proportions.
It was tins samj Human Rights Conjmission
that I,as refused to deal with the fact that the
thou*inds of Jews left m the Arab lands of the
Middle fiost hove been made into virtual hos-
'"'/* and much oi this persecution preceded
the S.x Day War.
'^r -' ixpf ,
I
Inspired By Leaders
'-.-. :.!; :.::.:';,,. -.; rT. wot '. )uns 1967
- unbsr 'A fbm Arab goverr_-r.er.ls ;:z*:'t^ ;.<,
'::riv of Jew^.r. ::.:. B -; :.<: :'r-.-.::.:.i rA whatever -.-.v..
-.-:. :.:/ SOU enioyed- Ir. addinba these
sarr.e o-ovemssn-i lajBOMd -M DBoJb attacks to
Nor w-m all this merely a matter of spon-
<--. -/.->;: reo-r;or..
The Arab governments unleashed virulent
arxti-Jowisa campaigns in the State-controlled
pCSOS, radio and television.
Ir. Egypt all Jews, regardless of r.ationality
were compelled to register with the authorities
vnd subseguemly. all Jewwh males over 18
years of age were arrested. When first taken
tnto custody, most of the Jews were beaten,
whipped) abused and denied food.
In Syria. Jews are not allowed to travel out-'
side of Damascus. They have been ousted from '
their places of employment and they live, for'
the most part, herded into ghettoes on what-i
ever savings they might have. All Jewish
teachers were replaced by Arabs and all Jew-
-h cruxatabie instituiions have been closed:
down and their sources of income abroad have
been sealed off.
.
Ban On Emigration
Jewish families live under constant curfew
conditions. Those still going to work must re-
gister with the police on leaving and returning
and are compelled to carry identity cards mark
Od wife the word "Jew." Jewish shops and!
bus.neoses are officially boycotted and the!
Government has listed all Jewish merchants)
and prohibited army personnel from dealing
with them. There is also a total ban on Jewish '
emigration.
The situation in Iraq is by now all too well I
known with all Jews in that country in fear for !
their very lives.
All of these facts were made known to the
United Nations Commission on Human Rights
but no resolution was forthcoming. Yet that
same body has chosen to reprimand Israel on
spurious charges.
In reprimanding Israel, the Commission has
clearly shown its mobility to deal justly in the
ensihve area of human rights.
R9
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JOSEPH ULSOP
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Crispus Attacks
Wirt> VVI ls (MsfitM Attucks"
H you uon't know tea aoswei
t" that question. btur laaca. It
could soon t>- anoth.i uttonal
holiday to cvlcbraU-. yet wane ot
our better sources of iniorniatioi,
omit the htttUiaence that this
Negro i some sa> NeSro-lndian
is reputed to be the first Ameri-
can revolutionary killed jn ,.oll.
frontation with the British.
Many of the schools in the Now
Jersey-New York ana were
closed last weak because of a
snowstorm. This was a welcome
change in emphasis; many have
bees clos.-d because ot black ulti-
matums that Included amonu
their demands school hoUdayi ,n
honor of Attucks. Malcolm X and
-Martin Luther Kin. Harassed
school boards are settling f, \t.
tucks; at least, he represent., '..
tnot.sm as the Bstrtrfsrhmeni
Understands it. And. m one of the
ocal newspaper,, I was unused
to read Uiat at School Nw ^
looted| b, the old Publiq section
the Hard gsade class had piv-
Bented a Play cntiiioU 'The Uii-
> of Crispus Attucks." 1 won-
"> Jf th,.y sti|, (U, ilss,,nl)lv
<' -St. Patrick there.
I arn sure that all this Ls
.iisturbiiu; to a nation which
throURh the years, has q.uetly
bowl to the tribal pride Uf the
Irish. Jews. Poles. Italians. Ger-
("17v CathoUcs- **
t-onf.Hlerates and assorted pies-
sun. groui*. Good Kridav will
soon be- uiwn u.s. and we've just
Passed Robert E. tZ Day. fjen.
M* Arth .: I>. FrankUn DeU.-.a
'''"'- I m;. ,,.-.a Aadxvm- JSck-
son Day. while aled | Jeffrr
^n. Kamehameha, Nathan R.-M
tord Porrest, Knur Pyk-. Hu. >
l*m and will nop.. .ay _.,
Oays (or St. Patckk, Pulaski and
W. Steuben. Why r^ Crpu-<
Attacks
Moreov.i. U" not eiwuRh to
with neej..r, ,,. lUi>|fl .SaU>mon_
What with Rosh Hashanah. Yom
Kmpur, Succot. Ki-sach. etc.. our
choal ehiklrvn enjoy prK-Ueges
"Inch others do Bat Tvut(i jj,,.
New York City schools are closed
tor the Ilixh Holy I>ays. but in
Detroit last year the black stir-
dsnts went on strike in a Jewish.
dominated hiRh school btvause
they were not gmossd tlu- same
hohiiny privileges.
If we are outrnged i>> requests
ii -soul food" in high school
ifeterias. black activity hours
where lOaik culture is discussed
and the teaclmiK of bj.uk history.
W might hit-d this quoUtioo
Jiom Usda Miimfonl.
"Thv 10-ym--old muid. nr* so
<"mnion in science and scholar-
Mnp. iospnading everywhere, and
t talus th form of assertu*
that no one has anything to learn
xcepj what has hapi^uod in h
own brief lifeti,,,,., within his pri-
vate ivm of viHkm. as amplifi.Hl
and distorted by mass me.ha.
This is our lite.
In reality, there is little dillcr-
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Friday. March 14, 1969
> Jen islb tkirSdlfan
Paq ukutih MMI
Bill Sought To
(loinhat Arson
hi Synagogues
WASHINGTON a bill thai
would make n .; rederal crime ro
- eh to dratro) houses ..f worship
bj arson was ii traduced into the
Senate bj Sen. .T;u- The aft ton was taken by the New
York Suite Senator after he wan
inf.rm* Ameflca that ii had reeelwd a
AtmMtUMAflbn from the V.S. De-
pnrtmml of Justice thai under ex-
isting law the raderal Bureau of
[m- -Titr I'iw lacks the jurisdic-
tion to entii- such cases The Or-
ihiukix JiUKh organization had
askraj for nil intervention after
a cr1ea <>f rires In New York pp.
livi<>is institutions
The !>ill would xtend the exist,
inn Civil Rights Act ol I960, which
rants n\ ml proti ctlon to rettg-
MtUB edifices only againal destruc-
tion bj exploih s
Agudath Israel, whii! had urg-
station when he visited the gut-
ti : Teshiva of Kastern Parkway of
Brooke, n ii I> ii mbi i lauded the
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Sunday, March 23. at the Fon-
taini bit ,ui Hotel.
Mi Orgel jn d(.liv<,,. a majiil.
- and will bestow the J. -
*k>m Liberation Award upon
Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader
" rrmple Beth Raphael, who will
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on behall ol Israel.
Chairrm n ol the committee ol
I atroiw for the dinner are Mr and
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'"' '''-' :'-' !: ""I last war lor
their service to Israel. Cbchairmen
Harry Bernstein, Dr Max
Cooper, Dr. Adolph Kinkier. B.
mm lui-i. r and Sol Podolakj
Plans for ,i gala even! were
made al a luncheon meeting i the
committee. The program of enter-
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British Arm;., seeing active dutj
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Friday. March 14, 1969
Seminary Plans LehrmaD Library
t of the Ii
: Homili lies al
i JtwM T S
ki it in,
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Thi brarj w hich w II be
ii |
ol II .: Ii Mi kral
i - ti ib itions "i ational and "i ida
h a<'.i re of l S inary during >,s
aim: nl Coi \ ation and n
aetviiii in Gi <' r Mi
In .: i librarv, nam-
ed in honor of th spiritual leader
of Miami 15- -a.-ii s Temple Emanu-
El. Dr. Finkelstrin said, "This is
an appropriate tribute to a rabbi
Who lias BS
nenc In the i '; '1(1 "'

livery of sern ns Dr. Irving U I" -
I ,,- tun lied in tl rea and
,< visiting profi ssoi Iho
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ii I N I
ol ihi board >\ ' >'1
and a nations the S
rab-
e, in prosei ting Dr.
Lehrman a i i itive vol-
In h casion.
l led thai the
ling <>i the librai j ci ii cidi >i
with thi ol an honorary
doctoral to Rabbi Li hrman, who
, arm d a la irati from the s. m-
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lowed at I Semi
r "l i Lehi -
ii
25th ii
i-El.
: | ai i .i
the ibbi
abii held
ii n '.i w the 6
Rabb ii As-
rues .ii the
I Hotel ii '< .
N.v Ral bi Lthrman a
raW is from l rida
will attend th i lavi
.>] the Const rvat ol
| latcs
Rcbbi Irving Lehrman lefl\ Spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, receives from Scmuel Friedland, a member of
the Beard of Overseers of The Jewish Theological Serrrnary
cf America and the Temple's chairman of the Board, en
um inscribed by friends establishing the Irving Lehrman
.y of He 'he Seminary.
Suez Shoaling Is Blow
4-
it Egyptian Economy
Continued From Page 1-A
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while |
Dayan I rges
Integration Of
Occupied Area
Continued from Page 1-A
anas must be further integrated
into Israel's economic life. They
should be less dejx-ndent on the
Arab states and more on Israel,
hi' declared, advocating a policy
that has been bitterly opposed by
the Secretary-General of his own
Israel Labor Party, former Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir.
He spoke of at least 35.000
Arabs working for Israeli firms in-
stead of the 18.000 so employed
today. "In the interval between
now and the time when the Egyp-
tians choose to stage a new con-
frontation, everything possible
should he done to create new
facts," Gen. Dayan said.
yptian irt
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tarj
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tO I il 111" I.
loci 1 I I i I
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irities and was not th<
: it ol a sku nish t
!ati 'i on i ii>' ii itiative <.i local
Israi H circles belli ve
thai other high ranking Egyptian
officers may have been killed or
wounded in the burst of Israeli
tank fire across the 150-yard wide
Suez Canal which killed Gen. Rind.
i.kiiki.k v.. KECK, president of
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the American Jewish Committee
Human Relations Awaid at a
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BOOK REVIEW
Paqe 7-A
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68(. Now we have
InthofoKj of Holocaust Litera-
ture i Jewish Publication a -
fyl edited by three distinguishe I
} bshista who have served ;.-
louiralists, t, achers, lectui rs
<\ literal-) figures. Satnu. I Mar-
- -' one of the three, died a
n nths .
\v book under n view al> ol
I BHithot i v- pt one wei
Practically all
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nceunntii n tii
: :. Jos -i ;, .r Use
1 I Pi I o Levi lai II
' in "Reader" i
i the Antholoe) I v
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sari .
in r> :
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i 'I"' < bj r icob Gluts! in.
Ira i Knox ..nil Samuel Margoahes
in Judai
1 n with it
Cohe:
'n< ol the shortest ,
i Intholos;) is ar ins. iption
the walls ol a cellar in Co-
G rmany, when .' i hid
n the Nazis, it consists of
t iree lire a
' t believe in the sun von when
i! i< not shining.
I tx lieve in love
i' eling ii not.
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!'' im the first account
:>. ath Train." bj I lie vYicacl to
last section which contains
articles mui addresses I>>- mm-
Ji wi !!) 11 ader has a kaleklo-
scopic view of the period of the
ho a tat.
"Ani Mamin," I believe, was
the title of the dirge recited by
many f the martyred on the way
to the crematoria. "Ani mamin"
is almost synonymous with "Ha-
tikvah," hope, it is belief or hope
lliat has sustained Judaism for
2.000 .\ hope or belief will survive those
who decry the existence of God !
and those bankrupt souls who
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Friday, March 14. 1969
Reviewing the results of the Coastal Towers
unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund are (from left): Sol Kay;
Mrs. Sol Kaye; Myron J. Brodie, assistant
executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Theodore Berman;
and Samuel Gluck, general chairman of the
Coastal Towers Committee.
All-Out Synagogue Effort Is Urged
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami this week called on
a.11 synagogue* in the ana to
mbannatar
Satrrrra 1
The Nome Meant Eicellence V
In Food
SUPERB CATERING 8
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terrorism and border incursions
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necessitating an unparalleled drain
on Israel's n sources."
The Assoeiat siatemenl urged
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solicitations."
The statement declared:
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D. F. Isljnuv
The civilian the Politburo re-
portedly selected was one "i it1*
candidate-membi is. D. F. Usti-
nov. This man was obviously
chosen tor his eusy acceptability
ti the phalanx shals nf the Soviet armed services.
Ustinov was. and is. the coordin-
ator ol all Soviet defense produc-
tion, and in this capacity he has
served the marshals well.
Nonetheless, according to the
report above-cited, the phalanx
of senior marshals put their heads
down like so man) angry buffalo
hulls, resisting the civilian ap-
pointment through a series of ex-
changes with the Politburo. And
in the end the Politburo bowed
tn tin1 will of the marshals and
named their candidate, Marshal
Andrei GrecbJCO, tO SUCCCed Mar-
shal Mallnoyaky.
Tlie source of this report, u can
now lx- stated, was the higb-lovcl
C/*ch defector. Gen. Jan Scjfia.
Gen. Sejna hi.-aili'd the party unit
in the Czech Defense Ministry,
and he fled his country at the
height of the reform movement
because of his too close Involve-
ment with the hated Antonin No-
votny. If any outsider ought to
have known the real inside ol the
Kremlin. Novotny was that man.
Hence. Scjna's ti stimuli} cannot
he lightly dismissed.
Puzzling liming
In addition, it should be noted
that Scjna's testimony quite
neatly dovetails Into the puzzling
timing of Marshal Grechko's ap-
pointment. In brief, Marshal Mai-
inovsky was cortainlj stricken at
some time in the autumn ol 1966,
and as early as December, I!*;';.
his cancr was well known to !
terminal. This the Politburo had
many months to decide on his
successor
Yei there was a hiatus of near-
ly a fortnight between Malinov-
Sky'S death and Grechko's pro-
motion from acting defense min-
ister to the top Job. That is |iisl
the sort oi period one would sup-
pose might he required tor the
sort of tug of war between the
marshals and the Politburo that
Gen. Sejna has reported.
Among the Kremlin-watchers,
to be sure, the subordination of
the military to the party is re-
garded as a fiw d point of doc-
trine. Thus they have a strong
feeling that there is something
wrong somewhere. God knows.
one must hope the Kremlin-
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that all the signs above-listed are
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Copyright, 19*9, Lot Angeles Time*
Golda Meir's
First Task Is
Mideasl Peace
Continued from Page 1-A
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"Jcvist fkr&fon
Friday, March 14. I
Between You zr.i Me:
By CORJS SMOIAS
'Non-Partisan? Study Seeks Support For Arabs
A I'KO UUB
the Nbc m Adn > be-

'.
U in I
>. to
. by others is now -
list i un r-.g influential peo-
ple by a group known as the American
Institute for Public PA.
'
.- I ts ana

It i ing it th .
.
I State* to find m i I i "
tits
It rel exp trts" on I
t does i of th ......-
;. : v. h > all their coi :ern
\ :!..> N-l'.iy War. Ai
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Too Much Silence In High Places
|T WAS ON Mt. Zion recently at the
annual memorial service for the
KM Jewish victims of the Nazis
thai un I's Minister ol Religious Al-
ii P VI ttk for vo:< .
sympathy to Lebanon for thi de-
struction of \?. airliners while uttering
not a word of protest over the sla)
of innocent Jews by Arab Marauders
Said the Israel spokesman. Dr. Ze-
rai-h Warhaftig: We must learn the lesson from wh .t
I during th> g tiocide, not only concerning
thoie who kept the peace and raised no voice in protest.
rh- policy of silence continue* in ou.- day."
That all too-often recurring theme regarding silence-
is not applicable to Pope Paul alone. Thousands who
ittered no outcry wh<*n the Nazis legalized Genocide
and other forms of brutality are busy applying the double
lard of judgment to Middk- East developments. To
fWrnnVl of Arab warfare and murderous deeds of Arab
rist-s go nearly unnoticed, but a single retaliatory
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Big Lie
!.u
Haifa
.'AS ix Switzerland recently
'when the Arab commandos at-
tacked the Kl Al plane in Zu:
As a result I was able to observe
at firsl hand not only the usual
press, radio and TV i > to
expected In the very country
where the incident I i but
also the disturbing operations
thi Aral) props ;.chine.
Thi Arabs had carefullj pi ini I i nly 1
.lack on the plane, but also the public ri
opaign to be set in n 11 n ..-
that act ol violence In the lii-i few hours follow-
ing the raid, all nd in leed, ol Eu-
rop was agog with Intel est The p lie c
for details, ni ws and more di; tils. Thi
facts of the attack w >re qui.-kl.v told. Mo
Arabs met this news void with a long i1 item i
explanation and justifii ition. It had obviously b
prepared in advance, and was available Immediately
to all the news media,
With a gioup of Israelis I sat at the TV screen
that very evening. All of us were indignant and
aghast as the news announcer read out page after
page of anti-Israel diatribe. The terrorists were pic-
tured as liberty-loving martyrs seeking to free their
people from the bloody tyranny of a colonialist
power. Any means were permissible to heroes like
these.
By the following day there was more informa-
tion, condemnations. Israeli reactions and details.
But in those first six hours the Arabs scored a tre-
mendous propaganda success. All Furope went to
sleep that night, having been a willing, even eager
audience to a full dose of Arab claims ami propa-
ganda. The airport mission had succeeded in its
primary aim.
The following morning a friend got into a Geneva
taxicab. The driver looked at the headlines of the
morning paper and remarked: "They killed a man,
poor fellow!"
Does Israel put as much advance thought and
preparation into the presentation of its case to the
public as it does into the physical planning of the
reprisal itself? Our justification and explanations,
although logical and convincing, always seem to
limp belatedly into the news too late to capitalize
on the first impart of the event, and frequently after
Arab distortions have already been distributed. We
can not rely on truth to overcome lies if truth comes
too late and if lies are bold and dramatic. It would
appear that our public relations arm is usually as
surprised as everyone else by some Israeli action.
raid by the Israelis. e>
property r..'h r than i
pund ts screa to the micr iph >i
Ofiieial own shameful record
L> 01 thousands ol Hitler's victims
! Uy lie. I scued has been documented a -
]> Mora in his Ij book, "While Six M
Died: AC Ann rican Apathy." Mr Morsi who
ha- served is exe> ith p of CBS Reports has
dug with care into CS.gov ihlves
accurately presented the record of State Departn
_-u:lt in failure to save thousands who could have
pared The Morse saga Is much more thai
tion of a policy o: sileno : it exp ies a ] li > -
fault, of deliberate prevent.or. of rescue.
Now when our own l;<>\-eminent participates in the
incredible proceeJings of the UN S 'Curity Council, a:
in the Arab bloc, the Soviet bloc, and tioi the
Africian bloc seize ui>on everj chance to make Israel
the villian and the Arab nations the innocent vict n
of rapacious aggression, it is indeed tragic that fe t *
read Morse's unanswerable account of of I \
neglect and obstruction wherein fate of Europe
was concerned. The key point ol Morse's expose is
proof that U.S State Department officials >
Hitler era. not only failed to use government n
then aval rescue Jews froi had
llj loyed that machi'.erj I prevent thi res
of Jew-.
Meanwh ople who ch I .
dimensions ol destruction achie> \ izis cond
Israelis i sti iking in sell
Others try lelib tely to
of Nazism i' is Dr. Austin
a pi -ce in the anti-Sen tic "An
listing th it it wasn't t lli.it 1 \
He sees the that I
I ii imunist ;
A nev th doubts in t
Is and a y for hatred i
lo examine t

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that j |
"d : im : ipplication o
cynical : igment bj people who know
:
moie neg eel : -l-.t:.
:1 unnan
a- to be a! ii- i
in th
I States nv.L-t tv-
... the j m Th* at i
it of it tress that uv '
. | lance-of-i
eaten its
,. .!. .. tl m It than
r inflow from trad- .
,-estmi J ites runnii at
51.7 billion p evet
\ lean G nt gives
v plicat is dear
terests ol the \
the Ara
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, y half of a S United Stat -
fom dire i :' '
: Lie Ea . >
. I reet foi

Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Neal Walk
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" seasoi versity ol Flor la
All-An '; from Miami Be ch started
but he has '- n e iming on Btr
his piayit
Walk's
h says that ic s playing t>. tter bas
I n play Captain of t
I 1 Poking forward to
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Walk .-::- It
istel Places lik Mississip
said i
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I f like Ii
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
A New Breed Of Jewish Leaders
"T"iik NEW Governor of Rhode bland
i- the vice-president of his shul.
Judge Frank Licht, a Democrat rode
out the Nixon tide and ousted his
ponent, the former incumbent.
Judge Licht is. of eiurse not the
Jewish chief executive Of an
American state. New York. I'..
Oregon are among the states
had Jewish Governors.
Tiniest of all states in tenirtory, Rh
many other- m population and has a record ol liberalism
which goes all the way back to Ro .in the
stnte capo .. r .,\.. \ __.A yo,, ,
plauue laluting ih,- Jews wh, ,,,t y in
1654.
Judge Licht is of that breed of Jewish public ser-
vants who are comfortable ,n their Jewishn-s Not all
have been. Brandels, Ulienthal and Portai are officials
whose appointment to high office evoked opposition bj
anti-Semites, but none of those three men enjoved their
Jewishne- Of course Brandeil was a Zionist, but h,-
wasn t much of a Jew HIS Zionism was patroni/,,,,. some-
thing like lMi-d Balfoiu s.
There a a time when many officials of the j.-wuh
were most self-conscious ol then- identit) and play-
ed it do .n Even Frankfurter, also regarded as a Zionist
thought little ..! Judaism Asked once whether his Jew-
's was i I rce ::. hii life, he refused to answer tod
though he was. Fiankfurter was almost Juvenil
wn': once that he soured on Judaism because
rience ..- youngster at a tenda Ik- did.it hKe
ening who hist lost his Senate seat, is also often
r^"^ '-' -wish, but he would rather not hw that
>;<:-: tion (Jewish).
Judge Licht is another type. Like Javits, Goldberg
Ribicofl hi exults in ins Jewiahnssa His spiritual lead-
ed, Rabbi Eli Bohnen, of Providanoa's Temple Boan-BI
has nscbas from him, and Vice vei-sa. Th- governor *
a Zionist from his yourli and baa been active in r Jewish ias he has tx-en in a host of general emicuvor'
Indeed Judge Licht'i synagogue is full of the new
brand of prominent Jews. Its membership ii^**3**
supreme COUrt justice Of the state, two district '
the pohoe mrmmawloaii of pravlga-nre 't1'
general of the state national guard, and the pre
uperlntandent of the Providence school system M
tov, governor, und slulom u'vracha, gentlemen:


riday, March 14. 1969
vJwist fkrMH-nr
e 11-A
Russians Denounce Czech
Journalist As 'Zionist'
WASHINGTi N .! .' \
j hrad of the :oi ,.islo\ i; Jimr-
> st9 Union was attacked for al-
leged "Zionist" connections In the
latest Issue <>f the Soviet occupa-
tion newspaper, "Zpany," accord-
mi' i" reports reci Ived here. Th-'
S kiel i i iodical said thai Vlado
Kasviiir. union chairman, helped
(rain Jt wish souths |()i Israel mili-
tary service and later took part
m "Israeli aggression." Russian
troops helped distribute the news-
; paper to factories and elsewhere.
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund coordi-
nators for the Treasure Houses meet with Arthur S. Rosi-
chan. executive director. Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion to discuss plans for the annual Breakfast Sunday to
be held on behalf of the twin campaigns. Left to riqht are
Herman Schwartz, Treasure Point; Morris Urist Treasure
House Noilh; Abe Fogelman, Treasure House South; and
Mr. Rosichan.
Jewish Students Rap
Organized Community
Continued From Pfl 1-A
"Establish-
ti' dies of the .'naihh
ir. student!) aid.
simiffits charged that th<- qual-
M\ and content* of |>r--ooUv
J.-uixh edur-ition tverv- dull and
nirn it^tnath. ami that the "K-
fciiitisiinn-nt" |laad i much
atri-.., i>a hiiil,;. is and mono spent
n religion* hiiildinirs and not
noiiifh Oil l':itk .ill Ml.
The et id. damandad and
i w-:> e.vcn i voice In mal
UJ. the i| :, -,.
They had 11 at the Jewish
_Establis i em was trj rig t
I-*- its ,|i ;i ti' Ipant
ley ... re b) o
mal fc >:. s ....;d (Mt y wen
is to hear i hal I dentt h I
s iy but u -el them not to
nerahze false!) it* >ui the Jew-
i commuui') thai
i ind thi student were oj
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Miami. Florida Friday, March 14. 1969
Expert On Interfaith
Issues Is Due Here
Temple Emanu-El Dedication Ball
Is Slated For Saturday, April 12
Harry .Millmnn. Miami Beach
Investor and general contractor,
has been named general chairman
ot the Temple Kmanu-KI Dediea-
tion Ball. Which will be held April
12 the Grand Ballroom of the syn-
Bgogue'i Social Hall and School
Building, i~oi Washington Ave.
The <;ala dinner ami dance will
dedicate the facilities of the new
structure, completed in 1968 aa
part of the comprehensive expan-
sion program initiated by Temple
Emanu-EI sew ral years ago under
the li adership of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Samuel N. Friedland,
chairman of the, !>> ird,
Announcement of Mr. Millman'i
acceptance was made by Joseph
Cohen, president ot the Miami
Beach congregation. The new
ehaiiman also is associate finan-
cial secretary and a member ol the
board of directors of Temple
Kmanu-EI.
Vice president ol Millman Con-
struction Company, one of the
stati 'a leading building firms. Mr.
Millman moved here from New
i 'i l< ans. where he was one of Lou-
isiana's leading real estate invest-
01 s. 12 yi ars i
I came to Miami i .> a< ii to re-
tire, and then started working
with my son. Mert, an hour or two
a day to assist him in the rapid
growth of his construction busi-
ness. Now. Tin working as hard as
ever to keep pace with the build-
ing boom," Mr. Millman said.
He served as a member of the
initial boat.I of directors ol the
Carner Bank ol Miami Beach and
was on the stei ring committee ol
the campaign which built the So-
cial Hall and School Building at a
cost of approximately $750,000.
Mr and Mrs Millman livi In Bal
Harbour and in addition to th< ir
son Mei have a nan i. d da ''it' r,
Mis Thcone Halpcrn, who lives in
\( u t >r!' at
"We expect to make the Dedica-
tion Ball one oi the outstanding
Ethiopian United Nations envoy social events in Ti mple Emanu-El
Endalkachew Makonnen will history, culminating a successful
appear in the forum series of campaign which has involved a
Temple Beth Am Sunday eve- substantial number of the mem-
ting. bers of the congregation," Mr
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HAHK1 MIUMAH
' oh. n ass i d. "We feel that the
acceptance ol the chairmanship by
Mr, Millman will continue Temple
Emanu-EI's policy <>f broadening
the base of leadership among the
man) dynamic citizens in our
mi ml i ship,"
Rabbi Mare II. Tanenbaum. who
Section B 's n leading authority on Jewish-
Christian relationships, will ad-
dress an Invitational Clergy Con-
ference, sponsored by the Florida
Region of thi National Conference
ol Christiana and Jews and the
Greater Miami Chapter American
Jewish Committee, at the Dupont
Plaza Hot< I at noon Wednesday,
March 26.
The e\ii nsive Arab propaganda
effoi i in n cent months, and the
escalating bigotrj between blacks
and Ji us w hich has led to a \ icious
and terrible cycle ol assault and
co inn i-assault, sotting blacks
againsl whites, and Christie -
-' Jis, makes his topic.
"Jewish-Christian R< lations: The
Unfinished Agenda," a timel> one
In addition to si r\ i :l- as the na-
tional director of the Intern ligi i -
Affairs f> pai tmcnl of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, Dr Tanen-
baum serves as ,i Jewish consult-
ant to the Pope Pius Religious Ed-
ucation Resource Center on tin-
Mi paration ol up-dated textbooks
dealing with the Jewish back-
ground of Christianity.
Serving on the Planning Com-
n Ittet !'ii the Invitational Cl< rgj
Confen pci ar< Rahbi losenh Na-
ff ABB/ MARC TANINBAUM
''. ii inan of the Miami Ch -
i'i. Amoiiean Jewish Commit I
l! v. Luthi i Pierci Fath< i Bi -
in ..I Bisi;: ne ('ollege, Fr
Ma i exi eutive diiector ol I
El ii: !.i Ri gion, National Conl
r.e< ol in istians and J< us. a d
Dr. Walti i Zand, Floi ida din i I
ol Ihi American Jew is". I 'om
te. .
IKMI'l.K OK OI.OM will have a
gala fun nijjhl at the Tempi'.
SW 16th St and 87th ,\v .
S lurdav. March -'9.
NOW IN PROGRESS
bring the entire family
and your Burdine's
convenient credit card
shop ull seven stores fridny 'hit) a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
BU RD I N


Page 2-B
f. In* # fhrkHoHn
Friday. March 14. 1969
Harrj J Knight, Mr and Mrs
Sam U-ifrnan, Di hthI Mrs i
Levino, Mi nd VIra Max NVxor
I ibor Ri Uonard
I Mr and Mrs N il Roth.
Mr. and Mi a Jo* ph R il u Mr.
and all* > dwarf Si I
and Mi- Silverl
Mi K
Mrs Chai i mer.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader
of Temple Menorah, at a meeting of hosts
for the Temple Menorah Tribute to Israel
Dinner scheduled for March 20 at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Shown (left to light: are: Joseph
Mansbach, Mrs. Mansbach, Rabbi Abram-
owitz. Mrs. Jack Rosen and Jack Rosen, co-
chairmen of the dinner.
Temple Menorah Launches First
CJA-IEF Congregational Effort
Th.. first congregation-wide Col. Yuri Yarom, isratTs Air
i\. nl ever to ix> held on behali of Four Attache in Washington, will
i.i Coml in< il Jewish Appeal-Israel iw guest speaker at the dinner and
Emergency Kurd will be a Tribute will present the Temple Menorah
to Israel dinner Saturday evening, Defenders ol Israel Award to A.
March 22, at Temple Menorah, Max Axelrod, Irving Cypers, Abra-
Miami Beach, according to an an- ham Qrunhut, Jerry Lelchuk, Jo-
nouiu- .in nt this week by Rabbi ... .
,. ,, i soph .Mansbach. P.olx-rt Siege and
Mai r Abramowitz, spiritual lead- '
,, ,,! lne Temple. J,rr> Sussman.
In announcing the unpreoedent- "These seven members of the
vint, Rabbi Abramowitz said Temple Menorah congregational
thai his congregation was seeking family are being honored on this
'to demonstrate our concern for occasion for their exceptional serv-
ih' State of Israel and our soli- ice and dedication to the State of
with the people of Israel at Israel and our own community,"
this turning roint in our history.'- said Leonard Rosen, president of
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Mr and Mrs. Jack Rosen and
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Israel Dinner. Ronald Rosen will
be the toastmaster.
The Hosts for the function in-
clude: Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. David Alper, Mr. and
Mrs. William Alper, Aaron F. Ber-
ber. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black,
Mr. and Mrs. David Canter, Louis
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Ellas, Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Eng-
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; Glickman. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
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Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanfoni D. Jaeolison.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kin. Mr. and
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'Jewish Music'
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The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Coniirecation Both Torah will
hold a regular meeting at 11:30
a.m. Wednesday at the synagogue.
The program will include a pres-
entation entitled, "The World of
Jewish Music," an original script
by Mis. Martin Ziglei and starring
Greta Fleissig, soloist Also fea-
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Southeast Florida Region Women
Mark ORT Day On Wednesday
South) istorn Floi Ida Ri gion
members of Won* n's American
will join 78,000 co-members in 600
cnapteci throughout the nation in
observing "ORT Day 1969" on
\\ (Incsci: j. They will hold lias.
meetings rallies and nndtld tele-
thons ar.'i wsjllctthons in order to
niiibili.'i the women oi the com-
munity toi Rrentei' support of their
program of vocational education
for ctisi laced, oppmaed and de-
prived Jews, winch embracea 22
counti i< 1
Mis Theodore Zalles, Region
president stated thai Gov. Claude
Kirk. Mayors Chuck Hall, Stephen
Clark. Jaj Dormer and other May-
ors throughout the many cities
winch ( iprise Dadc and Broward
round t, .ill issue proclamations
dcclaiihg OUT Day 1969 an offi-
cial nits';rvanc in the Greater
Miami ii"-h-oi March 19
Officers of the Southeast) 1 n
1 ..-Iunwlm ,ni' |>Iu.\iiik an
a, n\e ro in ORT Da.. 1969 are
Mis ix ::ant Pec lenik, member-
IC 1 resident. Mrs. Lou Ja-
colisi n, 'eciitive committee chair-
1 M-.Harry Kaufman, educa-
tion mo p.i si Pollack, public Illations director;
Mrs m rge Linden, reenrollmenl
chairman: Mrs. Sydney Kronish,
e\|>ansi< chairman, and Mrs. Earl
iioid Sp-akors Bureau chairman.
\1i111tn Worm "ill have an
( : I' 1 1 hampagni Brunch, at
1 lion "i Mi s, s > mour Rubin,
1031 X. shorn Di at noon on
\\ In si Slides ul man) "i the
v Idw. ii 1 iRT uis'. 1 will
I llO\ \fa s :- I- ;.' s,
d. i- Mis Diani Taian is
\ 1,-. presidi nt
' and Mrs. Minna KosJk
is membership vice president.
HMcayne Chapter was to have
1 noon luncheon and auction at the
Morton Towers Restaurant, 1500
Bay Rd., .Miami Beach, Thursday.
Mis. Faye Wei nor is president and
Mrs. Gertrude Podzell is member-
ship vice pn sklent.

< krverleaf Chapter will have a
dinner at Mibuio's Restaurant.
18th Ave and 183rd St.. at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. Mrs. Leonard Peche-
. il< will In guest speaker and a
skit will Ik- presented. Mrs. How-
ard Horn is president and Mrs.
V'rnold Coleman is membership
ilei 1 'resident
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Mrs. Lou Jacobson will be guest
-i" ak< 1 at the noon luncheon ol
1 Coral Gables Chapter in the
ii Iversity Holida) fnn, 1350 S.
Dixie IIhv. Thursday, March. 20
Mis. Paul Allen is president and
Mrs. Albert Becker is mi mbership
i Ice pi esident.
Flamingo Chaptar "ill have a
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Loin-
wand Apt. 33L 1200 West Ave., at
noon Thursday, March 20. The
' RT film "Mellah" will Im' shown.
Mrs. Lillian Kriegel It president
and Mis Joseph Heiz is member-
ship \ ice president.
(reynolda Park Chapter is hav-
ing .1 membership tea at s p.m.
Monday. March 24, at the home of
- Robert Bloomberg. A fashion
show and an ORT film, "School
With .1 I Hlfereliee." will he show II.
1 is Mrs. Arthur KcOfl .
ird Go!dl> member-
pi 1 sidi nt.
Bhj uipter is having a buffet Mrs t^onard Pechonik will be
1001 it 11 10 a.m Thursday l>raker at the Gulfalream
\i., 1, ,i. i- 1 1 Chapter membership tea in the
>< in h in the Kini; ( ol,' hnti 1 __ ,. __. .
Home ol Mis B01 lie Rosen, (513
lainn om, 900 Bay Dr.. Mi- Adventure Ave.. Miami Beach, at
ami I'v.' Mrs Harrj Littman is H p.m. Tuesday. March 25 Presi-
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dent is Mrs Harry Bernard, and
Mrs. Sand) Hartment is member-
ship vice president.
Hollywood Chapter will show
the film. -Come With Me, My
Brother" at s p.m. Wednesday in
the J.C. Hall. A skit (ailed "ORT
Day Around the World" will be
presented. Mrs Morton Kiiss is
n sident and Mrs. joe Berger is
memiH rsh.ip \ ice president.
Hollywood BeacJi Chapter is
having a brunch at noon Wednes-
day in the Presidential Towers
Recreation Room. An ORT film
Will lie shown. President is Mrs
Irving Tillls and Mrs. Edward I
Ueiiistein is mombershi|i vice
president.
Hollywood Mill* Chapter will
have a T.i ing a Frit 1 d" cham-
iai ne party at s p.m. Thursday,
March 20. in the home of Mrs.
RllSSoll Shelter. .">'M> V 44th Av<
Hollywood Hills, There will lie a
guest speaker and Lady Mae, as-
trologist, will entertain. President
i- Mrs. Audrey Spirit is and Mis
Mary Goldin is membership vice
president.
Tlie too Lincoln Road Chapter
will nave a imok review at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Lower Lobby, Mrs.
Sara Helfand will review I ho book
"Tumi d ( l|
Miami Beach tflernoen Chapter
will haw a tea at l p.m. Wednes-
daj in i i ol Mrs. Samuel
Bnrnett, iii)."> \ Shore Dr. Mrs
Sob) non Siegel is president and
Mis Kdward Schuman is member-
ship vice pi sident.
North Bade < hapter is having a
t< a it the home of Mrs Margaret
Holschauer. 120 NK I.T4th St at
8 p.m. Wednesday President is
Mis .lames Dispoto and Mrs. Jim
Baruch is membership vice pres-
ident
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i tea in the home of Mrs. I'.ornie
Cha/in. 500 \w 76th Ave., Pem-
broke Pines The I RT film "Mel-
lah" will 1m- shown. President is
Mrs Gerald Traktman, and Mrs.
Irving Toback is membership vice
: i esidi it.
Soiitiiwesi Chapter is having a
tea iii the home ol Mrs Sy Schu-
lemson, 9041 SW 66th Per. on
Wednesday Thi ORT film. "School
With a Difference" will be shown
Mrs. Michael Roscnthal is presi-
di nt ami Mis. Sehulemson is mem-
i'ii ship \ iee president
Jewish FloodiTaiti
Fridav. March 14, 1969 *
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Women's League
The Women's League For Isra<
I.ii coin Miami Beach Chapter,
v ill hold iis fourth annual Donor
Luncheon at noon Sunday in the
Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roi
Hotel. Seymour l.iehnian. author
and lecturer, will be guest speaker.
Camillia Kerner, Israeli artist
who piilornnil in man'.' countries
throughout the world and is cur-
n ntl.. appearing in concerts in the
Miami Beach ana will present a
program ol international and Is-
raeli songs. Alex Dellcrson well-
Schednles Donor
known baritone will entertain
with a group of melodies. Aida
Vaslo populai.....ncerl pianist will
accompany both artists. Mrs Alex
I). Ilei son is president.
Sisterhood Crofts Luncheon
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
have a crafts luncheon in the
pi 's social hall on Wedm s lay.
I'ii wsing to see the displays will
n at 11 a m, and lunch w ill !>
served at 11:30, followed by dem-
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Friday. March 14. 1969
Jacqueline Znekerman-Dennis Hanson
Rites Solemnized By Rabbi Raab
In 7 p.m. ceremonies at the
Famous Restaurant Thursday.
March ti, Jacqueline Zuckerman.
became the bride of Dennis Han-
sun, with Rabbi David Raab offici-
ating. A reception at the restau-
rant followed.
The bride, whose parents arc Mr.
Mrs. Mm i i^ '/. 620
\T: l77thSt., North Miami Ba
i^ a graduate ol Not land I'1 ..
. I ( i band, I soi tl
Paul Hanso i, 19 ill NE 19th
Ct.. Noi h Mian i ind the
late Mr. I lai soi attend I Miami-
J nior College.
After a wedding cruise in the
Caribbean, the ntwlywcd Mr. and
Mrs. Hanson will make their home
in Hollywood, Fla.
At?. JACQUttINt ZUCKCRMAN HANSON
Hollywood Ceremonies Sunday Unite
Elsie i*. Sterling, Eugene J. Howard
Rabbi Richard M. Levitan offi-
Lted at the noon ceremonies Sun-
y. March 9. uniting Elsie Paula
S'erling and Eugene Jay Howard
marriage. A reception and lunch-
n was held at the Hollywood
! ach Hotel after the wedding in
e bride's apartment at 3503 S.
C fan. Hollvwood.
The daughter of Dr. ami Mrs.
2 Man A. Sterling of Wyneote. Pa..
; 11 Hollywood, is a 1968 graduate
the University of Pennsylvania
' >llege for Women, where she was
f nember of Alpha Kpsilon Phi so-
. rity and president of the Pan-
> llenic Association.
Mr. Howard, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Howard of
ami Beach, graduated from the
t liversity of Florida and the Uni-
\ ratty of Florida Law School. A
ember of Tail K|ilon Phi social
: aternity and Phi Delta Phi legal
iternity. he is a practicing mem-
r of the Dade County Bar Asso-
>. at ion.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
K -ward chose an ecru Victorian
s;anza full length gown with Al-
con lace. She was attended by
i Sister, Patricia Howard, who
Werner Kahti
MM. tUCtNt JAY HOWARD
served as maid of iionor. and her
great aunt. Mrs. Max Beinhocker.
I who was matron of honor. The
groom's father, Sidney Howard.
served as his best man.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the newlyweds will be at home at
Biseayne 21. Miami. Fla.
MISS DEBORAH ANN CHANT
Deborah A. Grant
Plans To Marry
Joseph Strauss
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Grant
of Larchmont, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Deborah Ann, to Michael Joseph
Straus of Narbeth. Pa. Miss Grant
is the granddaughter of Mrs. Harry
Magid of West Ave.. Miami Beach,
and the late Mr. Magid.
A cum laude graduate of Michi-
gan State University, the bride-
elect is now completing work to-
wards a Master's degree in the
psychology of reading at Temple
University in Philadelphia. H. i
father is a publisher and vice pres-
ident of the Magazines for Indus-
try Division of Cowles Communi-
cations, Inc.
Mr. Straus, the son of Mrs. Abe
Straus of Bal Harbour and the
' late Mr. Straus, attended the Sal-
mon P. Chase Law School and is a
, graduate of the University of Cur
' cinnati. He is a steel broker with
a Philadelphia firm.
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Branded Women
Schedules Tea
The Brandeis University Nation-
al Women's Committee. Greater
Miami Chapter's Life Membership
Tea was to be held at 1 p.m. on
Thursday at the home ot Mrs.
I., st. i Segerman, 6445 Allison im .
Miami Beach, to honor new life
members, life members, their
sponsors and those members sub-
scribing to a learned journal to be
placed in the library of Brand) is
University.
Also being honored will be Mrs.
Herman E. Leeks, who recently
has been api>ointed a fellow of
Brandeis University.
Mrs. Edyth Geiger. the national
director of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem will review Ann Landers'
book, "Truth is Strange."
Dina Kower To Be
Mrs. Abramowitz
The engagement of Dina Kower
to Albert Abramowitz. the son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Abramowitz, 150
SVV 19th Rd.. Miami, has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr and
.Mrs Lazer Kower. The bride-elect
id a resident of Costa Rica
The wedding will take pi.ice on
June 1st.
Family To Visit Portnoys
Scheduled to arrh Api il 6 lo
a month with Di ol ind
Jo P n tnoj 6211 S\V 65th Ave is
Rosa d, her husband.
D Johi I I.' h 5 nd their chil-
! St, VCn, three
D theii staj hei i
Lew.vs plan an excursion
v :-,li Runaway Baj in Jamaica as
their destination. The Portnoys
I si Ives have planned a cruise
during the month of May
Understanding Is
Goal Of CIV Group
Visiting dignitaries and students
from all nations an' being made
i welcome in Miami by the Council
j of International Visitors iCIVl, n
| non-profit group composed of sev-
! oral hundred Miami families who
promote understanding by inviting
them to be guests in their homes
During the recent State Depart-
ment-aponaored visit of Phan Manh
Litong. an information minister for
the government of South Viet
| Nam. Ron and Geri Levitt, who
met him through the CIV, hosted
a Sinner party in his honor at their
South Dade home.
The Levitts praise the CIV for
its outstanding work and for the
personal satisfaction it gives. "Our
youngsters nave had tin- opportu-
nity to meet people from all over
the world right in our home/' they
aid
Mis. Mitchell Wolfson is presi-
dent of Greater Miami's Council
for International Visitors.

The column* written for
The h Wlall KlnrWIan by
Mr.. Frances Lehman win
l>.- rammed when she has
recovered from her illiio-.H.

Senator WcGovern
Honored At Gala
Reception Here
V gala n il ii in as hi stod h;
Mi and Mrs J
Sunset 1
Sen. G
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Fii
Arts !' Tftni
Shi il
Th
kepi thrallei
u ith his views on Ann ricai foi
eign polk*) and I-!' Middle Bast,
\ r,_ thi r icsts at the 11 cep
tion were University <>i Miami
President Henry King Stanford
and Mis Stanford; H. Franklin
Williams, dean of the University
of Miami, and Mrs. Williams.
Larrj King, Sen. and Mrs. Harrj
P. Cain. Judge and Mrs. Frank
Dow lint;. Judge and Mrs. duly I.
Crawford. Judge and Mrs. Harr>
Arthur Groonherg. Mr. and Mrs
David Hunker. Rabbi and Mrs
Leon Kronish, Wayne Farris. Dr.
and Mrs. Arturo di Filippi, Judge
and Mrs Milton Friedman. Mi-
ami Mrs. Jack M Fink, and Mr.
and Mrs James S. Knopke.
B.B. Hatikvah Unit Meets
The Hatlkvah Chapter U43 ot
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
March luncheon meeting at noon
Tuesday in the Morton Towers
Restaurant Guesl speaker ill be
Rabbi David Raab, who will tell
about Purim in other lands. There
Will also I),, election of ilftlJMIs
tor the coming year. The group's
donor dinner will !* held ui the
Caniion Hotel at 7 p.m. Thursday,
March 20.
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Friday. March 14. 1969
Jeni'sti fieri (linn
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50 Years Together For The Benjamin Bosk ins
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Boskin >>f (399
S.W 2nd St. will celebrate their 5Cth wn I-
dlng anniversar) on Sunday, March li'..
Mr an I Mrs Bo-kin have been M
lents y< irs The) came to this
eitj fi"tn Bro klyn, New York, where Mr.
in was nd doll manuf icturer.
I'll! i | '
where Mi Bos
I is Vi P esident for ih p
Mr. 1 member of t Ord
1 ol
the : n Sons ol Isr I B'nal
crsitj An an
I-', iends il thi : : ev Fnl\ rsitj N
il I Foundation ind Jew i-!i
War V, ts, Pos1 330
Mrs Boskin maintains active mem e
p in the S stei lood ol Beth El. Mt.
Scopus Ha'! ss.ih, The Home for In<
ablest, r...nil"- University Women's Corn-
mittee, and the Jewish Home for the
MR. and MRS. BtNJAMIH BASKIN
Friends md relatives will help le-
b ite the B skii inniversary at a lunch-
eon at th.' Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday,
Match ltl.
Perry INusshauni
Is Beth SI10I0111
Sunday Speaker
Rabbi Perry E. Nussbaum, spir-
itual leader of Beth Israel Congre-
gation in Jackson, Miss., will stM'ak
on "A Rabbi Under Fire" at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, 1111 Chase Ave
Mian 1 I'.' acn al 10 0 a n S 1
laj according loa
m< hi bj .' tm< S K
rrhootl iircsirlent
S is 1 rhood pre s id
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modrrati 11 ol thi t ret I 1 ling
liscttssiun which will follow Rabbi
dI .1 im's prcst ntat ion,
Hadassah Book Review
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will hold the fifth ses-
sion of its book revfc u series at
the Algiers Hotel .it 1:30 p.m. on
Monday. Hn. Dorothy Kiieger
Fink will review "Making Good
Again" by Uonei Davidson. Book
review chairman is Mrs. Jack Mil-
ler ami chapter president is Mrs
Philip F Than.
Rev. Gibson Is Honored
The R> verend Father Theodore
Gil son of Christ Episcopal Church
in Miami was the recipient of an
award from the George Gershwin
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, at a
tie. nt meeting at the Surfside
Community Center.
Honor Morris E. Barison
The Huilson County Club will
honor its founder ami first presi-
dent. Morris K. Barison, former
Domestic Relations and Juvenile
Court Judge of Jersey City, N.J.,
with a testimonial night in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1. .} Washington Ave., Miami
I. ... h. at S p :-' W< iliies.la;..
Louis H. Sta
1 md present cout i lan of Surl -
s le, will act as masti 1 of cere-
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RABBI PIRRY NUSSBAUM
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[siael F .n 1.11 Ministi r \ :
El an, who ai rive .1 foi a visit
1 'M- count this wn k il
,.|'i.. ai on the 'Met the i'i ss'
The program Is sports joint-
l\ bj the Brotherh.....I and Sister-
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munit\ relations project and is television panel show at 1 p.m.
open i" the general public Sunday on Channel 7.
Rabbi Max Slated
To Address RZA
Anniversary Dinner
Rabhi .Morris Max. American-
born Jerusalem r. sklent, will t'
the principal speaker ;tt the 21st
Anniversary of Israel dinner <>f the
Religious Zionists of America which
will he held at Beth Israel Con-
gregation Sunday ew ning.
Rahhi Max was born in the
United States ami is known for his
writings on Jewish Laws and Cus-
toms. He is a former national vice
president of tin- Mlzrachl Organi-
zation of Amei i.'.i
The dinner will honor Jacob
Modansky, Miami Beach Jewish
community leader. Herman Risen-
berg li chairman, ami Rabbi Henry
A. Schorr is cochairman.
Sisterhood Plans Seder
The annual traditional Passover
Seder at Temple Tifereth Jacob
will !> hosted by the Sisterhood
on Thursday, April 3, following
services conducted bj Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein, beginning al 6 I < p.m.
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Friday. March 14. 1969
Bob Mifyucdi
M UK ud LOBLHi T AFFIX
At Beth David C'onjr'Kation
? luixlny morning, March 15, Julie
id LesUfli the twin daughter! of
r. and Mrs. Sti ve Tnffin. will be
. na Mitzvah.
The twins have been student! at
ih David's religious school for
ic past >i\ years and will con-
' nue ihi-ir stnilics iii the C'onfir-
ntion Claas of litTO. They attend
Snenandoah Junior High School.
where the} are in the eighth grade.
JULIE and LESLIE TAffIN
Mr. and Mrs. Taffin will host
r I- Kiddush following the services
cl a dinner in honor of the girls
. ill In held at i'.i ill David's Spec-
i Hall.
Among the guests will be Mr.
I Mrs Rot* n Ki ssler of Pater-
.n. N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
in "i Roekaway Baaehi NY..
hi the girls' grandmothers, Mrs.
I Kcssler' and Mrs. Bessil T.il-
. n
STEPHEN BC'DD
Stephi 'i Mich u i. son ol Mi. and
.is. Alan Budd, will celebrate his
ir Mitzvah al Temple Zion Sat-
day, March 15.
A studi nt at (ilades Junior High
School where he is in the seventh
ade, Stephi n plays drums in the
liool band and is on the track
> am.
Mr. and Mrs. Budd will sponsor
ie (i eg Shabbal al the temple
ririay evening in Stephen's honor
nd a reception will be held at his
) >me.
Among the guests will !* Mrs.
Sarah Sheir ol Miami. Stephens
. reat-grandmother, and his grand-
arents. Mrs and Mrs. Harry Fnr-
i of Toronto, Canada
I
MASK I IJKIMlKKt;
Mark, the sun of Mr. and Mrs.
amid Freinberg, will observe his
hi Mitzvah al Beth Torah Con-
gation on Saturday, March 15.
Mark h is b n a Harold Wolk
Jigio School stiiii. nl foi Be\
al y ai 9 and i!l continue his
i ion at Beth Torah,
\ Kiddush in Mark's honor, at-
' iiiicd by friends and relatives,
ill lx- hi i I following the services,
OAKY K\lii.
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs, Rob-
ert Barg of North Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, March 15, at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Gary, who has been attending
Harold Wolk Religious School for
several years, will continue with
his studies and enter the Confir-
mation ("lass of 1970.
Friends and relatives will attend
the Kiddush in Gary's honor which
will U' held following Hie services.
*
SAIL PKISOFF
Saul, son ol Mr. and Mrs. George
Prusoff, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Or oioni on Satur-
day, March 15.
Saul, a seventh grade student at
Glades Junior High School, is a
green bell holder, having won third
I lace in the state in .judo competi-
tion.
The Oneg Shabbnt Friday night
as well as the Kiddush following
(he sen lei I Saturday morning will
'e hosted by Saul's parents in his
honor. A family dinner will be held
al the Holiday Inn.
Mr anil Mrs. Sam Prusofl and
Mis. Kmanuel Fin.-man. Saul's
grandparents, will be among the
! uests.
RICHARD MII.I.KK
Richard Alan, the son ol Gloria
ml Justus Mill t, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Kmanu-Fl on
Saturady Mar-
ch 15.
A student al
Nautilus Junior
!l i ; h School,
where he pi IJ B
trombone in the
Richard bM m
school hard, he
is a member ol
the science clul
is in the seven-
th grade
A reception In honor of the cele-
brant will he held at his home on
Saturday.
Mrs. Gertrude Kaplan and Mrs.
Jeanne Miller, grandmothers of
Richard, will attend the event.
SAI.HA MISHAAN
Salha, daughter of Mrs. Bella
Mi.shaan of North Miami Beach.
will observe her Bas Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
. vening, March 14.
A Student at John F Kennedy
Junior High School, where she is
in the seventh grade. Salha has
been attending Beth Torah's Har-
>ld Wolk Religious Scool lor sev-
ycars and will continue her
studies, entering the Confirmation
Class el 1970.
Following the services then- will
U- a party for Salha and her rela-
tives and Friends
Richard Milttr
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KEYES CO. 44th Year
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Berkell Candidate For Mayor Of M.M.B.
Gerald Berkell. a praetieln r at-
torney lor 17 years, has as a candidate for (be nm..yiui'
ol North Miami Beac "Pi
tion is scheduled i" >> hi
April 15. i
Mr. Berkell, who has had his law
offices in North Miami Beach fai
the past ten years, lives with his
wife ami two children al -lit'. ni:
lSTth St
A Mason anil a Shriller, he i- a
past president of the Exchange "i
North Hade County, a director of
the North Miami Beach Chamber
,ii Commerce, and imMnhrr of rti
Darfc Countj Ri i ird< >i Children *
s..' i. ty. The '>- ar-old attoi n< .
i. ,i ni. mil i ol Temple !>. m Torah
Dahlia Dancers Featured
The Sisterhood ol Temple M- -
iioi-ih will meet nt .x p.m. Wednes
day in tin- Social Hall. T5th St ,;
Carlyle Aw., Miami Beach. "Hie
Dahlia Dancers," a Young JudVan
jrroup, ill present a prpRran
Israeli dances. Mrs. Eugene Lel-
chuk i- progrnm chairman an i
\lis [rving Solcmon is prcskteui
of the Sisterhood.
Amnon Rafael of the Israel For-
eign Ministry will speak before
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Young Leadership De-
velopment Committee Tuesday.
Continental Offers
Catered Food For
Passover Holiday
For th.' past nine years Conti-
ni ntal Kosher Caterers have of-
fi red tin- public take-out service
ai tin- Passover holidays, A choice
of traditional full course meals or
a selection of items is available
from iis list ol renily-to-eat Pass-
over loe.Is. Deadline for placing
orders is Wednesday. March 26.
Delivery service is furnished
free of charge on large orders, a
small rharge is made on smaller!
ins. Pickups must Ih- made on,
Wednesday, April 2nd, between !
and 1.' a.m.
Kmer. I.. Cii en. who with Mrs
Green owns and operates the Con-
tinental Kosher Caterers, suggests
a phone rail by interested house-
wives and others who may wish to
avail themselves of their service,
to obtain price hsl lor prepared
"assover food.
Among the items offered are c,e-
filte fish, chopped liver, chicken
soup with matzoh halls, roast stuff-
id spring chicken, brisket of Ixvf.
prime roast beef, turkey and ducks,
potato pudding, pineapple-carrot
T/immcs. fruit compote in addi-
tion to traditional Passover cakes
Continental Caterers is locate*'
at S').'t Bird Road. Miami. ST
Massachusetts Club Meet
The regular meeting ol the Mas-
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was to lie held at S .',() p.m. Thurs-
day, In the Bel Aire Hotel. Miami
Beach.
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liulipluj- II.............1.50
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Mortci pu;lc 15 ..........2.50
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Bad il tinsist .........1.75-5.50
Bou|imillej.........2.00-3.50
MMn. M irt. 1.00-1.50-3.50
Claw usei..............1.50-2.50
Cinrt if ittrat ...........50c 2.00
CkiSm. boinoed fc.ju:, ..........1.50
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OiDljeNij .................3.50
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all utilities, new roads, pro*
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way from German Inn. Office
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$39,000
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1V4 ACRE IN SUNN
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NEAR LAKE PLACID
$2500 CASH
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Phone 667-9856.
PINECREST ACRE!
Sparkling white 0*j< muda.
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just 1 year aoo. Sunken liv-
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family room, huge Florida
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KEYES CO. 44th Year
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grounds are fenced with
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Phone 941.4308
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TERMS
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688-0882
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Total Monthly $11%^
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JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
Fhont: 191-1531
KltrXftty HFniGIDAJRE
2 BLCCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLV0. N.E. U
North Carolina
115 Beautiful acres In High
Scenic western N. Carolina
near Blue Ridge Parkway
(Sylvai Formerly a farm,
has 2 houses, 1 newly equip-
ped with toilet and complete
electric kitchen. Barn (needs
some repairs). Over 3.000
lineal feet fronting on beau-
tiful wide mountain stream
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Ceremonies Mart Dedication Of VA Hospital Chapel
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Open 6 P.M. to 1 A.M.
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1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
SERVING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER MEALS
DURING ENTIRE WEEK
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
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Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre

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Oaoa 11t30 A.M. Til 11 PJ*. Doily
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k m i # ifi'i rktkui
Paqa 11-2

Beth Sholom To
0|M'JtOiUci' For
Jsrat'l Information
J< mple. Bi Hi sin.I,mi u in offi-
.. ii Israi Information
r Pi idaj ci -. :. ccording
to nent by Its spii -
Mai I- -I i Rabbi I.. 'I".i- center features Israel's
lom. i arc :
I 1C..1 ahoiit I-
\\ -nis i. UStyri -I t,i si,imp coll. e-
tiirs '.jjhlcts. brochures -ir:. I in-
i loflf iui tburs mill ii ips in
i 'srael.
, Til d.'iio' has Im fii ir.tt li.-i 1
i\ Hi M'Sjirri Reach temple's Com-
i otf*~lsrucl, consi.siinK of:
Jlrs. Da\id Muskat, Joseph Nevel
ami \'.r Lggnatz. The pro-
i.:or;j.iition is conducted
.Ci 1 i| ration of ilio I'nion
I Inurii an Hebrew Congn ga-
tjn's National Committee on Is-
Rabbi kir>libliim
Is B.B. Speaker
ii Dam. I Kirshblum will be
tK t.. .. j. si taker tit (he luncheon
ii U:o Mi.inn !U ,i. n [ ..
f : n ii'niii in the i ni.i !,, k,,.
1#V el '-' '' p nj i ."Mv n was
nil inc< 'I by Malcolm H. From-
[i president ol thi Rabbi
I is th issistani rabbi ol
iiai i-Kl.
\Wartiam W.ilfsim l- the
Dr. Morton Siege!
To Speak Here
Im Moi toi Si g< I. pron
Ji wish ! ii. r, will
ik on The Solomon Schechter
] School" al 8:30 a Wi dnes-
at Beth D i SW
St
Dr Siegi I is presi ntly the di-
rtel Department of Ed-
ition, Unite 'I Sj nagogue of
A director of the Oniti .1
a' Commission on Jewish
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE By PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl"f'
Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No 69-4091
.1 ..SUIT FOR D1V JRCC
HI HTM I ISK .MIX I T

u I I i \ ,i c It A HAM ar:
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T< w ii i.i \m isiiah \.\i vil-
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HA. 1 (1IJIPAXV A
Itillion
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Vim, WILLIAM liH VII AM A KXIlT
i n l>> ii itifii .i "i.i .. itm
i 'nmplainl fur I ......
.-...,._....., ^ .,,.,,,.-.-., im hbii ii .,,,,| < Kducation: editor of "Our hue." Of* ",,v '' yur aumx.
- Pleading in ilu Kill ni I'umiil
bynagogue School, and Your >. piaim n .,........ koki kt ii
III 11X8, KSCJ 1 .in. ni i Road
Su ii -i \i nml Hi... ii i
I.....gli I Aimwer hi i'
oi ilu- ..iii ..i ihi 'Ii i ;, n( tin
'ii u Court on oi re l mplaiiu
America. He has been associated iiaj : April, i9a n > >u rail to ito .-.. This rani
with every phase of youth work, J1"1^"1"" "J defaui
Child;" instructor in th.' Seminary
School of the Teacher's Institute,
Jewish Theological Seminary ol
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE.CIRCUIT,,COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JufJfCAL CIRCUiT
OF PLOftID* IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. JN CHANCERY
No. 69 4096
SUIT FOR-DIVORCE .
IIAI IA s. 'I.i:i \ i V|i
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T< I.I 18 M< iNTERi
Id -i.|. in i- (in
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I. it' I ii- f ili inn mlii I
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DR. MORTON S/EGEL
having served as director of Jew- In ihe Kin ..i comi
ish Youth Camps in the United HS^k^tS S^'
States, and has led pilgrimages to in thk Jewish kuiridian
Israel EKIXE AXH UKDBKEIl nl Miami,
._.. Florida, ilu- inth da) ..I Manh \ il
South Dad< s Solomon Schech- '"'
I.. |iuli|
K f. fuui uil\i- ui
reliel demanded >< THK JKWI8H Kl.< HIIDIAN
'Medicare, Wills, Bequests'
Is Home Auxiliary Topic
The Junior Auxiliary ol the Jew-
ish Homr for the Aged I Douglas
Gardi ::-'. n.i 11 hold a petite lunch-
meeting mi noon Tuesday m
ter Day School, which will open In
September with first and second
K Ii I.KATHBRMAX. riork.
I 'IrvUll i "OUI I. I i..'I. I'nUMII I 1(1
li) i. sm:i:iii:\
b, will give children the op- ,. ., ...."'J.'"'^ '
portunity to receive a secular as IK'HBIit ii hi knh
I, 3 I ill.....i IM
well as religious education in one Miami
futility. After Dr. Siegcl's speech, ">"ie) for'p
thi education committee of the
aoh ol will be available to answer
..I. ... ... ..i ...i,.i ..i I.,i ii.iiin.
151 NI 32nd St \ I m on ::- '^hers, goals
and
Mi dii an w ills and Bequests"'
will be givi n bj Maui iei Pi arl-
,i
i
.
RATTHAUS
\r->o. i, i>*i s H si
y KiiurdMt.. II. had m ill '
hi m* I,.'".- for Mi.' I'.l.-I \...r-
mJnic from llmnklyn, \.Y
. i .i r. -.-.I ).u.|.i Mr Itallhou'
. .. m. mlB-r of II. Hi l<...I. -!
Mi'ii'i i "lull. II- i- Kiirvlvrd li\ ..
- n Iw-rmi* Halihau- nf Mia ita, fin
i n.iucht. r Mr- Randra K. hwarll
Miajni; 7 (fran.l. I; i lil' i" .'
k'r.in.l. hil.lr. n S. r\ i. .--. v\ i
Sunday iit Cordon r*IW4raJ H-.m.
mi nl "i i.. m nlni m Ml
v.i-.. i-. in, i.-rv Khiva "i.'.ii.-.l nl
' Ml.....' Mi' M..I M II
S Sehwarta i** s \\ 17 so..i
Obituaries
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
the I'uhv \|iilnrii-iii"i ..I fho I l.'.m.. anv Questions BDOUt the school. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOH DADE
COUNTY
No. 69-4191
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
S WIITI. KISRI
PI .
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In iH.ld iTHV KUEIX
V ii : i. r-l.
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tou I KllloTH> KKKIN
<' .. Kill nl Cm
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l >XE n'i i nil o :i:i:i i m
Man Ii \
K i: I i: VTHKIOIAN I
"In Ull i '..III I, I i.i.U- ..i. ;\ I
II) \ v IIKW KTT
II. |.UI> i I. rk
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KI'HW AHTZ SCIIW AUTZ
Mil Si >ln.|d Ilu
Miami I'i.-ri.l.i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 69-4019
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A \'ll|. l\ V \ Al. i:\ti \ i:
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ol Ihe
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Burdine s Sponsors
Second Invitational
LPGA Tournament
honorary pi sidenl
- n'vpieast.r and will give rlonw M Lillian Namm is pres
il iir ol n' "t \' nts Idi nt
Burdine's Invitational Goll Tour-
i em nt, richesl I.I'1 >A i vent on
the women's circuit, will go into
its second year in 1970, Thomas C.
Wasmuth, chairman of the board
oi Hindu'.' 's, has announo d.
"Although the tournament costs
sinofsky. m.v.t *2 i9i* park An. gave us reason for careful consid-
_ "i ''''",- ,. eiation." Mr. Wasmuth said, "our
SOBEL. A:.,:- .. '"I> lAI. I..I A ,.
\i i: i: \.r-i.i. decision was based on the auvan-
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Risin! s.,1 ..h. "-.. TTlii Hardlna \v. ol Hunilie's. i>urdine's is looking
schvcon! tr!'Vn': f'""1-1'1 '" ^ntinuing its sponsor-
'k i". mii iii.....i. ship ol the event."
seeley. m tui .. : :i'.. n '.'. '"iti ,
\v Riviraido Thi 1969 Burdines Invitational,
8T,^Va"lm ,V"x! :' '"' ''"' a $35.0000 LPGA event played at
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year.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 8J366
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ol professional golfers fight for the i ^ Grounds & Clubhouse badges U
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?aqe 134



An Artist's Fight Against Assimilation
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Derm-
er (left) presents Louis Terner.
Ohpv Shalom Congregation's
Men of the Year" with a gold
key to the city. More than 500
people attended a dinner in
Mr. Terner's Honor.
Brotherhood Event
Prominent local and visiting in-
trrfaith leaden participated in a
Brotherhood hanqurt honoring the
i.i.'i-iy ael ni Soaaln'a Gardens ami
IHhabllftation Center, 11750 Bird
..! ri r. ntly.
The dinner, marking the first
'..ni'' i Brotherhood event has been
slated specifically for senior citi-
ng, i> scheduled to be an annual
affair, Dr. Michael Sossin, presi-
: m .if Sossin Systems, [nc., and
1 iu Leighton, administrator <>f
Sossin Gardens, announced.
I.E.F. Raised
825 Million
In Four Years
JERUSAl I'M (JT v The
I'nited Jewish Appeal's Israel Rd-
cat on F ind has brought in S2S
million since it was established
four years pro, Jewish Agency
hanTn.m A yeh I.. Pincua dls-
d this week;
He said that in that period the
Ish Agency had constructed 32
iooIs and ducational and cul
! institutions in new develop-
.i i m ns.
Mr Pine at a farewell
vmi foi Ralph Goldman, outgoing
lirector-general "i the (education
I. Mr Goldman has i in sp-
ied ci chairm in "t Malbi n.
"'Art is the best m< ans of ex-
pression for a i radii uinal. religious '
Ji w id convey significant concepts
of Judaism to assimilation-prone
J> ws," one of the world's best
known artists said in re this week.
Raphael', in an interview with
The J-wish Floridian, explained
that "non-religious Jews won't at-
t< ml synagogues oi read books on
Judaism, lint the) ran l>< reached
by the universal language ol art."
The Egyptian-born, French-
reared, Israeli painter is in Miami
Beach fi r a one-man show in lx>-
nall ol the Greater Miami Hebrew
A. ad. in. Saturdaj night and Sun-<
day from 10 a.m. until > p.m.
Former rabbi of Milan, Italy,
Raphaely will appear in person at
a 9 p.m. Saturdaj champagne re-
ption for the Patrons ol the Arts
.>f the Hebrew Academy. Mis
Seymoui .!. Eisenberg, chairman
of the art show, sai.l clitics also
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American Cancer
Society's 1969 Fund
Drive Begins Here
Private r business men.
professional people and chic or-
ganizations will be contacted this
month for their donation to the
1969 American Cancer Society
I .rid dl ive.
Donations go to help support
research and education programs
as well .is i o\ ide i quipmi nt to
cancer patii nts.
i anci i i ii sii ike at childri as
well as adults. H >w< \> r, main
cancers can be cured if detected
eorlv in their development Yearly
health examinations kK'< youi doc-
tor an excellent chance <>i del ct-
Ing cancer hi lt rurty stages, h
n should be present, but each per-
son should learn the warning Big-
a Is of cancer and go immediati ly
to get medical hi 1;> if any ol the
symptoms Indicating possibl can-
cer develop. Wh th r our chil
live to see a c im i -free world de-
pends not only on scientists and
lors but on the entire commu-
nity ol public-spirit) I citizens
will lake part in the reception,
which will continue until midnight.
Raphaely said art also serves as
a bridge to non-Jews, "serving bet-
ter than any dialogue. Many non-
Jews have purchased my paintings
v)i Jewish religious scenes and
iIk ii unili islanding of Judaism is
considerably enriched by art."
He also said that art can serve
lo reach the hippies of today, J w-
ish as wi II as non-Jewish. "These
vital youths go to a Guru in search
ol i .idi rship, i it find none He is
as a piece ol white paper when
they examine him closely He has
no i.li mishi s, no impi rfections, but
wither docs in- supply .1 messagi
01 1' al solution lo any ol their
probk n 1
Raphaely dedicated himsell to
painting and the pursuit ol Jewish
culture, becoming active in Jewish
and Zionist youth movements at
thi end ol the war. Hi attended
the Ee ili- dl- Beaux Aits in Paris.
directed i>> Jean Souverbie.
He moved to Palestine with his
mother at the age of 21. settling in
Jirusaal. 111. 111 the old Jewish
quarter. There he studied under
Jacob sti inhardt, a noted German
Jewish painter who was a master
and a lather to him.
In 1948. following the declara-
tion ol Israel's independence, Ra-
Eddie Cantor Hadassah
A special show featuring Carol
Taran and Lou Shor will lie pre-
sented at the Youth Aliyah lunch-
eon ol thi Eddie Cantor group ol
Hadassah was lo be held in the
Fontainebleau H del at n > 0 n
Thursday. Mis. Fred Jonas is
pn sidi 1 '
phai ly was forci d to flee old Jeru-
salem, but continued studying and
painting. In 1951. he married a
Tunisian gil I, and is Hie father ol
four childn n.
Al Ii r lh< ''.' ath ol his mother,
Raphaely, who had been named
hi ad 0! the O n Ic R tuah Israel in
J< rusali m, was named rabbi of Mi-
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
proudly announces that
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY and CANTOR TIBOR MOSS
will conduct
COMMUNITY PASSOVER SEDERIM
n the first two nights of Passover,
APRIL 2nd and3rd
is Hie Sociol Hall of the Temple
For Reservations Call 947-1435
1025 N.I. Miami Gerdens Drive, North Miami Beach
PASSOVER
SEDER SERVICE
WED APRIL 2nd 7 P.M.
CANTOR JOE MALEK
OFFICIATING
Per
Person
$11
Incl Tax 4 T.ns
FOR RESERVATIONS
CALL 538-7811
SHOHE#Tirl8
On The? Ocean .it ^^*^
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tOVM PRLfll
RESERVE FOR J
PASSOVER >
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Temple Ner Tamid
80fh Street and Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
11th ANNUAL PASSOVER
COMMUNITY SEDORIM
Conducted by
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ
and
CANTOR EDWARD KLEIN
in our Beautiful Sklar Auditorium
Co/J Now UN 6-834S Limited Reservations
Catered by
Mr. Philip Weiss
ol' Royal Hungarian Kosher
Restaurant & Caterer*.
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KOSHER
CUISINE
RESERVATIONS
Call JE 1 7381
15J5 COLLINS AVE.
Off lintoln Rd Mum. inch
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laugh) ai ihe famed S
11< In H Si
Hi-- activity in Milan broad< I
his i ultural base for three yi i -,
but i-\ 196 '. in iii"\eel bacK iu .<
".. which u m iw hi a> Iquai
for his high ..el sal i
aintl nnd I dies
FIRST SEDER
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2-7 P.M.
i.">0 lip
tax incl.
s22
.-i.cnin SEDER
THURSDAY. APRIL 3-7 P.M.
9 1 -TiO t'P and
_I i tax incL
Children under8 SIC f h Sder
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Call I N 54I3I I. Cdlctine De|t.
^0N TiiE OCEAN AT G7th STRCET. MIAMI BEACH, FLOfllOA j^
kU^^sT^ HOTEU ^JA
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\4 ON E OCEAN AT 44,n STREET ^f
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(\ APRIL 2-3 m
VJS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL^lf
TjV CATERING OFFICE 'A
Q811 jjl
'^V CATERIN
.Oillii
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cord ally inviti
' ami s
DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL
with services Ibya n ... intor
.j0 WEDNESDAY
APR**-2nd
?or a labulou* elQM-
the traditional accom
paniments.
$l5pe'Person
ilOper child under 12
. Unlimited
379-8861


Pcae 14-B
h Friday. March 14, i%g
Miami Bailet Books 'Giselle' At Dade County Auditorium
"Donorific" is the theme of the annual Temple Israel Sister-
hood donor luncheon to be held at noon Wednesday in the
Diplomct Hotel. The "tops" in fashion will be shown and
c-n will c'.so be featured. Shown planning the event are
'seated, from left) Mrs. Herbert Lelchuck. cochairman; and
Mrs. Jerome Rado. Standing (from left) are: Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg, Mrs. Robert ApJel, and Mrs. James Rodenberg.
ccchairman of the luncheon.
Violrlte Vucly, Kdu.n.l ViII.IIm
Cynthia Gregory and Ted KKu
four of the greatest daiiri ni In
America today, will apuiiar VtOtii1
i [or the liisi lime in "Giselle, b
twr>act ballet wheduled lo !* i'i
formed by the Miami Balk'l in the
Dade County Auditorium Friday,
Mai ell 21.
The French-born Mias Verdj
was a well known ballerina In I i
rope before joining the Ne York
City Balk t, where she ami VH ella
ai e pi incipal danci rs, Mr. Villella
last > ar was t< at in i d in an hour-
long TV -i" cial, w hleh depicted his
u i er
Cynthia Gregory and Ted Kivitt.
lancers il the Ami i li in
Th itre, n ill dance the
"P asant Pas de Deux" in the first
act. md Miss < regorj. who has
been compared to Maria Tallchief,
V ill dance i he "Queen of the Wilis"
i.n th- second act.
A : ativi "i Miami, Mr, Ki\ in
reci i\ ed his dance training here,
Danforth To Speak On Drugs At Y Program
A >' ikiI program on drugs is
ons m '1 bj the YM-Yuha
ittr Miami, 8500 SW 8th St
at 9:45 a.m. Thursday, March 20.
Speaker will be Dan Danfoith.
hi the Mental M-.ilth Association of ]
Dade County. He Is also a mi mber
oi the Dangerous Drug Division of
the Attorney General's Office,
Chairman of the Rehabilitation
Subcommittee of the Dangerous
Drug Division and a member of
the United Health Foundation's
VI Hoc Committee on Drug Abuse.
Shower Of Stars Hotels'
Executive Director Named
Won* Midler, president ol the
Shower of Stan Hotel group, lias
announced that Miami Beach ad-
vertising executive Ann Sehmerer,
a resident of Miami Beach for
more than is years, has been
named executive director of the
group.
Mrs. Sehmerer has done mai ket
research as well as advertising,
and was publisher of the Miami
Beach Shopper and the Gold Coast
News.
You don't have to be
a vegetarian to enjoy
Heinz Vegetarian Beans!
Atk\ you don't have to he a non-vcg-
ecarian cither! "Vim can serve Heinz
Vegetarian Beans all by themselves
as a siik- dish or even a main dish and
win an A in Meal Planning. Or
you can put a generous helping of
Heinz Vegetarian Beans on a plate
with their best-known "compan-
ions" Kosher franks or other
Kosher delicatessen meats.That will
probably gel you an "A plus". As we
said, to enjoy these tasty beans, vou
don't have to he a vegetarian. Vou
just have to be hungry. ,-* ~L,
\57j
You'll find the@seal of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGRFGA
T.ONS OF AMERICA on the front of the label. On ... four L\," course!
, my vuih Thomas .Union lormai.r only. wiA t
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bj i.uii ct'V -it or the
Aim i icon Ball" I Thi atrc
II will b i i"'1'-
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ii Coral Gables the Mi lad r.,r
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+Je*lst thrift tr
Page Ij 3
Products Directory Now Being Offered
Taking part in recent ceremonies marking
Jewish War Veterans Week in Miami are
(from left): Ralph Rosofsky. past commander
of the Norman Bruce Brown Post No. 174:
George Graham post chaplain; Edwin L.
Feibelman, post guartermaster; Miami
Mayor Stephen P. Clc;k. presenting procla-
mation; Mrs. Clara Cohen of the Auxiliary;
Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz, Auxiliary Ways and
Means chairman, and Mrs. Edilh Feibelman,
Auxiliary donor chairman.
Anita Bryant 1969 Honorary Easter Seal Chairman
Singing star Anita Bryan, in pri-
vate life Mrs. Bob Green of Miami
Beach and the mother of four, will
pi rv* as honorary chairman of the
1969 Kastor Seal campaign for
Dade County. ram|>air;n chairman
Josi-ph Robbie has announci d.
Miss Bryant, who will mak< I
public appearances in behalf of the
Crippled Children's Society during i
ihc month-long drive ending Apr. t"> I
in an effort to reach a goal of |
$100,000 m taster Seal eontribu- '
lions, was at the Crippled Chil-
dren'l Kehabilitation Center with
the 1969 Batter Seal Poster Chil- I
lien. Cindy Cosens and Tommy \
Reid, recently to launch the letter i
ampalgn in which .'loo.ooo Easter
Seal letters are sent, reaching
ever) home In Dade County.
During 1968, ike Kehabilitation
Center provided 34. I children and adults with-
it i Rani to tneji bility i i i a>
Easter S< ala make
and services of the
the therapy dren's Rehabilitation Center pos-
Cnppled Chil- Bible.
'l'n 1969 ( oition ol the Koshei
for Passover Products Direct ir) of
ihe Union of ( rth idox Jewish i
negations of AiiMlca is now
available for Passover shopping.
a< con ing to an am ouncenv nt by
Nathan K. Gross ol New York.
L'OJCA national vice president and
chairman of it- Joint Commission
for K( hi i ('.i tification.
The 32-pagC PaSSOVI r Products
Direetot again has been published
on the pocket-sized formal of re-
cent years and again lists a record
number ol rabbinically-certlfied
and supervised Passover products
in mori' than 50 categorii s, Includ-
ing a numbei of coi venience foods.
The Passover Directory again of-
fi a detailed guide for prepare-
Masonic Awards Announced
Awards totaling $1,000 in schol-
arships will l>c presented to win-
ners of an essay contest for 11th
and 12th grade students who are
children or grandchildren of mem-
bers of Masonic lodges in Dade
County, it was announced by Rich-
ard Essen, master of Hibiscus
Lodge.
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Friday March 14.
Constable Receives Man of Year Award

JWY Auxiliary Meeting
i- at i I
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Mia B85 SW
. -
kt i il install*-
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Fiftl
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Gov. i 'la K"
Ited v.iih uptlai
office and lui nil f it in)
Principals in the 29h cnn:versary luncheon
cf Temple Emanu-El Sisterhcod included
'from left Mrs. Elliott Harris, luncheon
chairman; Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan. Sister-
hood president; Mrs. Irving Cypen, patrons
chairman; Rabbi end Mrs. Irving Lehrman;
Mrs. Raymond Malschick, Sisterhood vice
president and reservations chairman.
B.B Gold Coast Lodge To Install Richard M Donath
ith will t*- in-
ta ^ pwidiiil of the
<>. d Coa Ladte of B'nai B*rith
or, Sui
t*. Carillon Hotel.
Th*- kxli?<- will hotri a rwrptior.
*' 5 -' p.m.. with th<- i-*tal*ation
*' 6 linnerat 7 pjn. Miami
Paul 9i id< i -
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' : B rith Distri I ';r;.n.l Lodfi
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Mr r*,r .,! i, [Mn vice presidi nl
rt the Miami Beach Optimist Club.
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Kni" : Pyt -. past president
... Lake Homeownen Aasocia-
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oi '" Citiai i \ !. isorj Com-
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New QoM Coaal Lodge vice pres-
idents uill t>- Maivir: Kirsch, Jark
H. Levin, Onorge Laikin, Hyman
Rabbi and Paul Brown. Sol Klein
will be financial Aaron
M. oikin. treasurer. Charlea Bolo-
low ofMsponding
s. < iTtaiy. an'l Rabbi Marina Ran-
haplaari emertl u
Members of the board of direc-
George Kronengold Abra-
ham OThristjan. I ;is H. Scboa-
tak. Mathen Diabug, Cy Robin,
Edward H. Levin, Samuel A. Beer,
ii May G. Bernheun, Hanford
W. I'.iisky. Murray Drexler, Sol
Entin, Emanuel Pass, William s.
Gtassman, and Mac Goldberg.
Also Sidi>-y tiondelman, Na-
thaniel Greenbaum. J Jack Gi
berg, Max Grant, Dr. Morris
Greenspan, Louis Kravitz, Lewis
D. I.< -.it. David S. Levy, E. Alt* n
Pallot, Jan,'v ,\ Rodenberg, Hon.
Paul Seiderman Nathan Si!-, i
Silverman, Harold
Steinmetz, Harry Wlchanaky, Nal
II Wolkind, an nd Dawcr,
. nt of thi lodge,
v ho will sr i vc- as chairman of th<-
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+Jm1sti fkricfinr
Israel Consul Is Third Seder Guest Speaker
Paqe 17-B
Zvi Caspi, Consul cif Israel in
\. %. v bi I a I a ling political
scientist, iil b the principal
speak< i .'.i tl"' annual community-
wide Third Sedi'i celebration at
New 'Dual Loyalty'
Charge Is Leveled
At Jews Of France
PARIS IJTAl A suggestion
iht French J. us maintain dual
allegianci io Israel as well aa to
Prano has rurther inflamed a
Presi l< nl I"harli rte Gaulle's em-
it : ; militarj quipmeni and
spare i-i-rts to Israi I. Many promi-
nt Frei chmen, Jewish and non-
Jewish, are extremely critical of
the ( nl .. go a I h ive accust -I the
f;"V' m 'in ol n n"ging on its con-
liactural obligations
A < i ill 1st di put). Maurice Le
Comix-, m riling in the Gaul i-t
new- i i^i \i.'| m, denounc -i
i iticjam and hinted that
Frenchmen of Jewish faith were
prepared to betray their loyaltj to
Fi hi it ami Gen, de < iaulle in the
ii ten si- of Itm-'l M. Le Combe
calli -I n TtttndK X wa to "n
loyal t< Un.il c >untry."
\ t: i GanluM di puty, I
Gerard I in took sharp issue
v ith ih,- critii i : He mainta
ih.it Ft< nchnv n who support) il Is-
tael i .1. 11) ; .I- I the i mbargo were
i ii i i n -t.s nl Frai
to bi .i
' i real Vii tnan i
fra but forbkld n to show the
aw an rn ol the prol
Israel i eoncei n I
Mortgage Brokers
Elect Melvin Haber
At a ntii i. Nl n cm nl I. at
t lad H lei the Mot I-
nl South
l la I I Mi l\ in .' Haber to
Idenl Si > moui I. ikl
eli ted vice president, Ron
retai and John Norg-
i; asurvi
i who i- -, cretarj ami
In in if G median Moi tgage &
t Corp is presidei I i 'i
In- So i Miami Home i Owners
itio a 'ii i ol Ti n
Zion, .i membei ol the Advance
1 cochairman ol the i kit-
Citizen's Committee ol
i i i' i n t j
resident ol Shod m
I 1024. IVnai B'rith, he has
ni sinci 1939 He and
his hoc! and their daugh-
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Announcement <>t Consul Caspl's
acceptance was made this week by
Facob Rifkin, chairman of the
Business at, I Professional Division
ii the Israel Histadrut Council ol
Ih Florida sponsors of the
Third Seder. Mrs. Elsie Bonem,
Miami Beach communal leader,
will h, gut st ol honor.
The celebration, which will in-
clude a dinner at which Passover
(lii-lar.. laws will In- observed, will
launch Greater Miami's month-
long celebration of the J 1st anni-
- rsary of Israel's indeitendence.
Mr. Caspi, born in the Saar, at-
t- mil il the Jewish I'., al Gymnasium
m Leipzig ami the Rabbinical
Teachers Seminar) in Frankfurt
in Main. Germany, before emi-
grating to Palestine with Youth
Aliyah at the a;. of 16, in 19 IH
II- entered li- Mikve-Israel Ag-
i k iltural Collage ami was a found*
i of Kibbutz Km Hanatziv In the
Belt-Shtan valley. While a mem-
ber^ the kibbutz, he was sent as
an emissary of the Jewish Agency
to F.gyj i. There he engaged in ed-
ucational ami organizational activ-
ities for ti- central governing body
oi the Jewish community ol Pales-
I tine.
Upon the establishmi nt ol the
State of Israel In 1948. he was
named a member of the first Israel
military delegation and supply
mission t-> the United States. He
later aeivcd as deputy director or
the Jewish Agency Youth and He-
rhalutz Detriment.
Cons .1 C ispi returm il to Israi I
ii 1954, and was nanv it din ctor ol
the Jewish Agency's fast-growing
Fon luin Students Program, A year
later, he was transfi rrod to the
Fon lun Ministry oi Israi I, where
he aervi tl for eight years in key
v cutive [iositions.
In 1966. hf was appointed Con-
sul of Israel in France, headquar-
tering in Mars, iii.s where t.-ns ol
thousands ol Jews were arriving
from North Africa.
His success there resulted in his
appointment as Consul of Israel in
ilu United States in August, 1%S.
A graduate of the Hebrew Uni-
v< rsity in Jerusalem, where he spe-
cialized in political science and
International relations, c--ns.ii dren
ZVI CASH
Caspi is married and has i,\. chit-
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* Jen i t fkrilictr
Friday. March 14. 1963
Simcha Dinitz Is Guest Speaker
for Annual Mercantile Dinner
Si.MCHA D/fV.'TZ
More Mian 200 persons are ex-
pected i" attend the annual dinnei
of the Mercantile Division of the
Combined Jewtoh Appeal-Israel
ESmergency Fund to b' held on
Tim:- lay, March 2 ..i the Dup ml
Plaza H itel, cording to Wl
s. Ruben, Mercantile Division
coordinator, and Liuis I. Davis
and Herm in 1!.. nmei c ich
ol Ihe ill' Is
Simch i Dinil Minisl r of In-
f t.matii o th< 1st En
I! w ?hin i in, w ill b
ei al Ihe d nner which w III h mot
Mas On <' I ..... cipient of
the Hai i. I B ESosw rth Memorial
I t ir his outstanding l< ader-
ind i .....Itment t.> the
Z:. Murray Zedeck, precident of
::.i Osteopathic Medical As-
i::.ation ci Dade County, has
: :epled the chairmanship of
-- i Ostecpathic Medical Di-
v :.on of the 1969 Combined
Jewish Appecl Israel Emer-
ci.'.cy Fund campaign cf the
C:eater Miami Jewish Federa-
j S Directors Named
ternational I Computing Sen -
Inc., an I nic data proo
. sen ie bun au basi d in Miami,
annou c I the election of
i rge G w Poller and D
ton P i u in iis i oahl < f
r ton
^vwnvs'iS DODGfc'
Other Fme Cr
Florida Department
JWV Schedules
June Convention
Sam Frankel will serve as chair-
man of the convention committee
whrn the Department of Florida. I
J. wish War Veterans and Auxil- !
iary, holds us annual state con- :
. avi ;>i the Americana Hotel.
June 20 to 22.
Other officers of the committee |
are Irving M. Cooperman, vice
chairman; M. Jay Berliner-, secre-
tary; and Leon Silverman, treas-
urer.
Mrs. Zelda Glass and Mrs. Eve-
lyn LeVine are cochairmen of the
convention committee for the Aux-
iliary.
Mon than 500 di legates and their
ill v are expi cted t>> attend.
Hi li hts ol the three-day con-
\, ntlon will be the ci mmandi i '-
banquet foi Michael M. Schechtet
.....idcnt's I n for
Vli yi r Ci
Greater Miami Jewish and gen-
eral community."
B'NAI ZIOX ORDER
The '.; nai Zion Or li i will h ild
a meeting o ben II of the 1969
C bined J sh Apne l-Isr u I
Emenj ncj Fund p on
rhurs I iv, M ch 2T 8 p.n
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Friday. March 14. 1969
+ 3rls* n*rmiinr
Paqe 19-9
CJA High-Rise Lnits Intensify Campaign
P: 1 in* Lehman, spiritual Brunch on Sunday, '>n h -half of and Haskell B. Schultz. arc chair- Turetsky.
dcr TVmple Kmanu-El. will j the CJA-IEF Mmpti^i
I,.. Hi- -. last speaker whn th
Seacoa- Tow* North residents lin> B Sl,,i:h- 'f-"T of
hold *akfasl on March 23rd :h" Federation ind past ; intent
I
on I of th- 1969 Combined
i,-w\-: >i>- il-iv iel Emergency
Fund .' ai ;n
;.; i a ish ;'
the Greater
- ition,
11 m i 'neral cha'r-
t Tow ers N irth
CJA-1 "'' announced
full com-
l
It ii Insky, H>
['. ". VVi
M '. Mrs :- Barnett,
Mi Mis. Harr \ C
Mr it l' nond
Mi P I n. Mi
(lust irtn VIi and Mi
Jacob n Mr and Mi
PhU I Mrs Char-
les S. rwitzei M and M -
AI Max VVi I
'..: '.'. I /n II!
TERRAt I TOWERS
Thi race i' wers w ill hold n
M:ami Beach Bai Vss'jciation, will
!> the guest speaki r.
William Agi n v I i M ins-
field an I Mrs. i'. -nUml" F Stern
are cocha r n -n for I i Ti rr
r >w rs 'JA-I1 IF co nil -. which
:: i. i I mis
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In \V K I: "' K'a
n, Ed I-'1 ii.s D :' i
, i P ilip .-- >! >ni
SE \( i) wi TOW ::-
( Towers S I v"ll ho'd
ktnst : i l.ij
Ben Essi ch R '
':. R l i im-
ncd th it A~th ir S
".I'-u-h-m, ex eutive director
.1 I ". mi i-i l' I 'ration,
vill b the gui st -;> ik- i
Em inuel F iss I> ivid S. Levy
men of the Seacoa~; Towers CJA-
IEF commit lee. which includes:
..ii Allen, Herman W. Becker
Max Berkoff, Isaac Bindeman,
Herman Heller, Issie \v. Levy
lack H. Marcus, S imuel Redlich,
lessc \ Rose, Nathan \V. Sdio n-
15 -in i:(I S. Schulman. Irv-
ine \v 'ism m an I Ms r ''- i :'.:cr.
\R,EN IHl SE
Hous? residents w'll h >l.i
. > -, >. | .,
I hall of thi CJA-IEF drive.
'KENNEDY HOUSE
Kenned) House residents will
dim the high-rise cam] the
; eater Mi imi Jew ish Fe teral >i 's
19 v i 'omb ne I J .-. ii i v> il-Is
a. I Emi rgenc Fund drive when
hev held a Cofl ai I Danish"
meeting on March '_'4th on behalf
of the twin campaign.
il"i m 'ii E it'ni. c unpalgn coord -
latar, and Harry Phillips, ch
nan for th Kenned) H" ise's CJA-
rEF Committee, announced that
Mayi r A' ramowitz, spiritu '
idei ol Temple Menorah, w ill
' the guest speakei il thi func-
tion. Rabbi Abramovitz -
Cabinet of thi
-.i Aori ii
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Friday. March 14, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Mourning In Dignity
r.\ VtABBI riKMi; II. stkkn
lacoli <'. < ulii'ii ( oimiiiiuitv
S\ii:i(.uf. Miami Beach
The Torah teaches mankind dig-
nity dignity in life, dignity in
death; dignity In Joy ami dignity
hi sadness; dignity in poverty and
di :i:ii\ in wealth.
Israel has ris-
en through trag-
edies as much
a< through vic-
tories, manifest-
nig again its
maturity among
n,it ions and ex-
cellence among
people. Tile peo-
ple have mourn-
ed till' loss of
th, ir p r i m e
Minister, Levi
Kabbi Stern Kshkol and the
period oi bereavement was anoth-
ei example thai the true and gen-
uine islikni" -a cluster ol grapes)
is the people ol Israel.
The gagre tell ns m the Talmud
(Gulinl that Israel in totO is a
cluster of grapes, and furthermore
the Talmud in lhe book of Te-
murah 15b, savs thai with the
death oi Joseph of Zercdah and
Joseph oi ,J. rusolem, Hie clusti ;s
Israel disappear! d. We do take
. gnizancc of the fact thai so long
as the m. n ol /.. n dah are am
us and the men ol Jerusalem an-
FINAL DATE FOR
PASSOVER LISTINGS
Listings if services
both 1 I last days
i holidaj .<
wi as the Sal bath week-
ends i Vpril 4 and 11 must
ix- received bj The .], v ish
Flu iriian nol later th in
Thursdaj March 20,
in our midst, the cluster of Israel
I remains intact.
Josep of Zercdah said, "Your
I homo shall always l>o wide o|>on
I for the stranger." Joseph of Jeru-
salem said. "Make your home a
conference site for SagCS." Indeed.
Levi Kshkol was the man of Zerc-
dah (the meaning of Zercdah is
"pure"'. His economic proKianis
. made possible the maximum num-
ber of ingatherings to Israel, he
developed Israel into an o|>cn door
home lor his tired hrethren.
Levi Kshkol was the man of Je-
rusalem' in every sense, because
under his premiership, Israel re-
covered the Jewel of her Eternity,
the city of Jerusalem, and Kshkol
as late as ten days prior to his de-
parture had the honor of hosting a
world confi rence of Israel's re-
' sponsible leaders.
Kshkol the cluster who united
the many flavored and aromatic
kernels of grapes of Israel has va-
cated his place but not his accom-
plishments. Israel uiii remaincon-
I tinuously the cluster of a people,
ihe noble iiuit of a dedicated la-
bor. Israel win honor the memory
ol the man who blended Israel into
I greatness .and will rise to even
ii i peaks and elevations.
Alain Lombard To
Audition Singers
Alain Lombard, music din ctor ol
the Greater Miami Philharmonic,
ill audition voices in all rai
i"i roll in Philharmonic i n
Thoa wishing to audition
i .'. ovidc their ov. n aci ompa-
nists an i he pre) arcd to sing two
as oi th< ir choice Tui gda> afl i -
Man ;: 25, I Bii ilor-
P i dwln Ri eital Hail, 2020 Bis-
aj nc !'.:-. rl
Sii asked call Mrs.
Parks it th. Greater Miami Phil-
ffice lor an audition
appointmi nt. The telephone num-
bi i is 446-9020
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayakhel
gifts for the tabern '..
By RABBI SAMUEL i. FOX
Why is it required by Jewish
tradition that a moiirnrr tear a
portion of his clothes'.'
A number of reasons are offered
for this practice which seems to
bo mandatory according to Jew-
ish law
It i< derivi d I ram the Biblical
injunction which forbids tearing
one's flesh and hair in mourning
(Deuteronomy 14:1'. In this re-
specl the tearing of ore's clothes
would he .i substitute for tearing
One's hair and fli lh, which one is
inclined to do in a state of an-
guish and which was something
done by early p igans.
Others feel that the tearing of
clothes was a means of obtain
relief from the anguish that builds
up psychologically. The Jewish
tradition fell i' wise to give ex-
pression to One's innermost senti-
ments ol despair, hut restricted the
method so thai it would be a con-
trolled element ol expression.
The Bible contains many episodes
where people toio their cloth s
upon hearing of the death <>f a
loved one such as was the case ol
Jacob whi n he hi aid thai his son.
Ji n ph. v as d >ad, or David when
he '"i: ned about the death of Saul,
or Job whin his loved ones died.
Then are others who claims thai
lea ing th cl thes is a symbol ol
.i heat t m hich i- torn over th
I in losil le ir one. it -
I d that th.' te ir is
ma near I h I e in in the case of
i paivnl the heal' can no
express is love lor the de-
sed.
Win is tin- benediction pro-
nounced when the lear is made.'
illy, the benediction is on
exoression of th.' Jewish tradition
which claims that a man should
bless God both when he en toys
life ;.s will as when he suffers
i.e us >, in Hie long run. even suf-
fering has ,i good purpose.
many is vv.
all jewel, ol ,'<>'.d" i
Th.- p.op.c bring prouis
until they are told to DSC
- Ar,l t>., y cam both men and women, as
willing-hearted, and brought
35 22i
VAYAKHEL Moses them! the people togeth r
instructed them in the holiness of the Sabbath He fan Instruct.
ed them in how to build the Tabernacle and its vessels
p..'/del anil Oholiab headed the skilled craftsmen work
on the Tal : n ic r
The people gave lj toward the sanctuary
illy, in fact, thai ii was necessarj to ask them to stop
, ,.'. the details of the Tabernacle and iis vest
A.ii. ;it the end rtk>n.
This recounting of tht Weekly Portlc.-. of tht Law it *Ktrct
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritae,.."
edited by P Wollman Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengotd. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
Tearing the rent at tne tune th it
the benediction s made
th.it at the momcnl :
guish we si | pp 11 "1
is just and thank Him I >i i
evei life li is brought us
s 'me contend thai is was I i
intention of the rabbis to Irj ai (
have some ; hysical deed ass icial d
with i acli bene liction ivhich i- p -
nounced so that our wors p ol
the Almight)
- 'i, ice In th ;
quiied blessing hich i- ;
. d upon hearii
oei it. .1 vv ith the tearii
I ihi s to indicate th it
faith
th overall purpose of
at we sen el
e> n with our n
our tears n Iimes >> i. i .
\\'h> do some congregations
hang the Ark curtain on the in-
side ol the \rk ii.. hind the irk
doorsi while others hang it on
the outside ol the Ark. in trout
ol I lie doors'.'
There seems to be a difference
oi opinion betwei n th
scholars on this subji cl I Ti ai late
Megillah 26bi
tbbi Solomon lint he;. iRai
i ij i thai i:. \ iMr!
R .i.li
s;u
should i hut ii side ti-" Ai v
While 111. Tosafot .wmilli tlt.lt'V
,., .: she- ild i hung outsl
the Alk
Th.- 11| i. ntal s) nagogui ii.e.
Jews hung the cut
inside Ihe Ai k whlli tht < 'e- i-
d. ntal Ashkei azic Jewsj s .to
curtain ouI -iJ
th A. So i laim fhatlhls dlt-
f, rei r. fli eis ,, i:feii net \>
opinioi as to tht fum io I 'h
' Ark eui tail Thos who claim it
hung ins Ii I A -1
be of 1 t the Ark i in

il
. ith the seni
win n ii
lab ncl
on the 1 ah i
the ,"i tain si : hung on the
. that l i ..:'
tiv curtain Is to scret n the Aik
Others claim thai this was ;> ilif-
f, i, in !. twi en I '. es-
i tinian and Ba schola
i
hCclicrioHS ^^
erwees
MIAMI

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGRECA.
TION 995 SW 67th Av-. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr. 1

ANSHE EMES 2532 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2

BETH AM .TEMPLE. 5950 N Ken.
all Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumg.irU. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3

BETH DAVID. y>?6 SW 3rd Ave.
Cense. vA'.ivf- Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lipson. 4
l'i || i ,
('emu llnl
.viu/\.il .M.i.i. ; ilaui I ii
mid VIi Hurrj 11<
;, hi Tlii- r. -i.. i .
.lull- '
..I i hiii si. \.n Ti i p in
.VI ii..
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabb. Solomon Schiff, 5
'. in .'-ii '- .i in ,s. i muli
'-t'ounl -. Bff< etlvelj "
(-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
Krldit) s:IS p.m Sabbath of K'reedom
8ei >- v.. vv Km Todu) "' Kol
1'1,-u Khubbat HhIui claj
m- ill An A|i|i|i'.i< h to
i < I--MI :, p,m 'I'll- l" "it .'f
J-' > IB p in > ii." i I'' i .....I
V. i 1st. pan,
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
st. Conservative. Rabb. Simon
Apr.l. Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
Krl.iaj -.''iiui liueKl Rpeakar Jiuiipm
upli T 'i rii'Ui. I.. Cpl Jm ub
Kami r FmmlKranl, Kokfler and
American r"oll hi.Htol bj i.uisli War v.i.i.hi.. i',..i
^'.:i vv. -i Miami
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B'NAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 275 NW
'in St, Conservative. Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel. 9
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ISRAEL (TEMPLti Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Krlda) p m s. mini Will vv .
j-:\.r I'ur.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
I'. Ida\ it ii in. and IS p.m s. m.
"Thin Is The Month." Baturdaj I i
in Ji.lb i.'.iluiv i Tali
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NINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12.

OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
ft. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Ghx-
inan. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
1
IJ -- l 111 Sal 111 ila\ > I
Milavah H I ; Ml mil Mri
l'i. i.fl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. Cantor David Sherman 14
Inj i'. |. m Sermon Tv .. Kind*
iif Fti-iii Follow. .I l.j meg,
si...i i.at s.iiiii-.lav : a in The Pen -
linn ..I' the Wei l.

TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Kle.n. 15
2ION (TEMPLEl. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, is
la) : |. i.i R. llfrl ii 8 i .1
N......will as- |m| id,- Rabbi in
Fan i -.
Snlui Itar Mltxvah Stephen,
.......i Mi bihI Mi Alan lludd P oil
>ii of Mr an.I Mi ii I nit Hutrel
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL "801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svvir-
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE) 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21
I'n.lav 8:13 |. m itu.-i Rabbi llariv
J"li Set nwii -vv hat vv.- ran l..aiii
Prom i.i''. Saturday I0:4S e m
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Av-
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfie'rl
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
. "i". p.m Salurdn) R .- >.
1 I Jnv ..1* l'..... Li.Iii u I .
s.....al Hnnk nf I mi- Torah "
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MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabhi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
Prldav R:1S p.m Sermon" "Hen
and Cnuraate" Snlurtla) S a at l-tat
Mitzvah: Rii-hnrd. s,,,, ,,| .\|, nncl
Mr* Jacob Uolitmeln.

NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein ?9
< Sermon: "What i-
I ii Mux). Snturda) S:4S b n
liar M Itzv ah Ii ii noli of .vii ami M i -
S.. ni I ii \1. i
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
Krlda) '. |. m Saturdaj ''' a m
s. i m..i TI M.nilh is f..i You
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabb. Sadi Nahmias. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM, 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabhi A. Ben.
Hlllel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schtinsky.
Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
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BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
sehitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Friday :m i. nj. nmd 8:16 p m rtatt
Mltxvah: Sallia, dauahterof .Mrs Uelln
Misha.oi Saturday S:Jn a in Ban
Mltzvali iai s. Mm ..I Mr ami m. -
'"' rl llurs Mark, moo < Mr ami
Mis II,,i-i.i Krelnbera
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BETH M O S H E CONGREGATION.
13600 W Dixie Hwy Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per 40
Krnla) v i> in s, 1 in Trip to
v.ilr Minn. I. s.. 1 f Ml
I ;..|.|ial>"l I
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ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
41
Krl.lav 1 1. in s, ... ... v,,. ^
Ii.lim hi. nis ,iu.. nil. tunlii) r.
a in Si 1 ni'-i s. riptural 1
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Theodore Mmdich
Krlda) I p.m Si 1 mon Thi .1
ul >.| Months" Followed I..
.....I Shabl it, |..i.is..i, .1 hj Mi and
Mi VI. In Si. ... 1. in h...
mil \v dins Aiuiiv .1 sai \ Satui
EMANUEL. 1801 S. Andrews Av*
Reform Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
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HALLANDALE
HaLs!ry,2fL1 JEWISH CENTER
126 NE. First Ave. 44
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HOUYW00D
B|T,H EL 'TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabb, Samuel Jaffe. 45
I- rldaj 1:15 p ni s, rm 1
Plahi Talk VI., m N-eajro Ai 11 sTml'
rCabvinical I [.III s U. 1 llHfl '' I Ol
I I'llUV
BFTH SHALOM iTEMPLE'
Monroe St Conservative Rat bi
Morton M.ilavkky Cantor irvini
Gold 44
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SINAI (TEMPLE.. 1201 Johnson 11
Conservative Rabbi David Shap.ro
Cantor Yehudah Heiiio.iu. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE! 3500 SW 69tn
Way Conservative
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM .TEMPLE) 1 32 SE 1' tt- A v-
Conn-rvative Rabbi Morns A Soo
Cantor M.chael Frederick 44
Pi lil.iv 1. Serm. Veplrnl

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SURFSI0E
MOCAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Harding Ave Surfs.de, Town
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
7 IYAR 6:30
evtsion
v.
royratns
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CLBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLEl. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler. 24
Pridaj -. |. m ... .I :,. ,, Rabbi
'-..... I. latin* s. rm.in i o .
inn In Th.- Image IM .;...! Katurdai
'' a iii Bei mon me \v eekly Portion
of the nil,I,- Rar kllt< h Klrhnrd
I in Am. i.ll.ly Hall >'."' "" '" I" '
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor jack Lerner. 36
In.ia> si. ,, Man-lo-Man Panel
oi.-s. iIokI 1:, v l.uih-i Pierc.
"Jdaj '' 11 m liar Mltsvah: Dav d, son
1 ..r Mr ami Mrs M10..1.1 s.oiHi. i>
SINAI (TEMPLEl of NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd Av
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 2$
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Bsr'...... I'!'' II-..Mb III .
Menicaln Socialised Medlcim
iV""1'" '" Portion ..I ihe
S1^L^KE 6YN*OOGUE 18151 NE
ith Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. Xa
Marc,, i. ,' 1^93:0..^ The Jewish Worship Hew.
MobI 1. ,i Morton Malavaky,
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood
March li-Ch 7, 10a.m. The Still Small v.. .
""-' Rabbi Morris a Kipper,
Temple Judea, Coral Gables
Topir: Tl1-' R......." bra I Studj Mia ion
Gueits: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz vienoi ,l,
Mlomi Beach; R bl Samuel / jafre r,
;'''!' V, '."""......' ;""' l:' l Solomon Schifl
uein 1.1 ( ongregation.
Marc, iH-ci, 2, 10 to 11 p.m. Man to Man
ropic: Interfaith Marriage.
M...1. 1,,t.1, Ray. Luther C Pierce
Participant: Rabbi Morns a. k,,,,.,.
Temple Judea, Coral Gables.
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onies of Bogota. Columbia. Kiwanis Club included James
Hobbs II, in front and left to riqht, E'mer E. Blackburn.
Mrs. Thelma Blackburn, Ed Bishop. Mrs. Mary Belle Quesen-
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Kiwanis t'lubof Miami, headed
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Friday, March 14. 196"?
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILIVe^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' OF *LORII)A IN AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-34.V
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[I Ml' VV, JACKS' IN.
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Page 23-B
:\ M T JA< "KSl IN,
I fends hi
To i;.MMA T JACKS) iv.
rn a*
EMMA MARCIAN'o,
A l l --11 Ml,
Akron, ihio,
V u i:mma T JACKSON'
\'y notified that .1 fnmplal
It ll|U>-ttf*|| fi|. 'I .T^alllS'
. ,-u are reqim. 'I to
. r>ut AnsW'M "r Pleading |ci
tHI tbe I'l;. itifi
A UTHI'i: .1 W4 II .KSi '\, ||>;
HulldtruK 1(1 u.-t Flagli
sflnntf, Ptarida, U13n, hii
DAytHU
BY HENRY LEONARD

,1 A awe* nr I'l. ."Inig in
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attorney,
Blsrayne
Ht reel
file 1 he
the
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"ii tor the 1 .1 di tn 11.1. .1 hi ui.-
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By <" I. AI.KXA \"|.i:i{
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FDR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE*
N S22S1-C
rui,^J,f.
r*X* >Mr,i.s
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. \l CreMfhi"* .mil All P Hav-
Ii ''ii m'v>r |vm., !- \,-.. s.11,1
,:
I 11 .! hereby nnllfll I .,,,,1 ,-...
hit. .1 t.. p.-,M nnj 1 1.1.in. and lie-
111.hi.In whll'h yu m.iy hay., axainat
' mail : l.KI'.l.i \ s \.\ni-:us
il.....v..| i.ii. ,r |i.i,i. I'nunly, Florida,
in the Count) Juiljr. nf I'i.I. County,
and rn. th.- Mrme in duplicate and
11 provided in Section 1::: <: Florida
Statota*. in ihwr office* in th.- County
fViurthoum h Dadi County. Florida,
Klthln si\ i-nlendar months from the
time of in. nee 1 puftunttloa hereof,
r Hi. *air. u ill ha barred
Dated ..t Miami, Florida, lhl Ird
daj ul Mar. !i A 11 IMS
PAI'l. 8AM PELS
-MARTIN 8A.MOI.SKY
Ae Co-Executor*
K,r-i publiration ..r thi*
en the, ftti "Im .i( Marrh, 1969
IRVlXfi CYPBN UAWOPKIES
I -> !-> s t..r I',, Executor*
>j". Arthur Godfrey lload
Miami Daai b, Florida SIM"
1 7-14-31-11
"And how about some of you 'cats' coming to
services tonight ... we're having a Pray-in!"
LEGAl NOTICE
.ti^-e
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HKKBK\ .;i\ i:v that
the undersljroed l string to rngaae
In business under tin ft !!- name
nf EH \l Ml OIFT SHOP .,1 1612
B.W -!. Miami, Klorida Intend
;,, register mid name Ih the <*!.-rk
i.f the Circuit 1 '"Urt of Daile County
Kl.ril...
Sit.A M M'i .ui?/
Kill' AIM 1 PAS' '11
3 St-21 ',/T-ll
4N THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82338-B
I: RE Betate ..f
JOSEPH .1 (ISTROW
1,.. .,-. 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lltora and All pen on
1 mat 'i- Afcalnal
la*-
S.nd
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No M-t70?
SUIT F-> rtlVORCE
ETHEL KI.ANACAN-.
Plaintiff,
i' 'UN PLANAOAN,
I letontlant.
Tt> .10MN BUANAOAN
St Ken'l\ A\. nui-
V,,.-i|, ii .... 1.
T*'na Inland. New York
You, jmi.v KlJtNAtiAN, ;' here
bj notified lhal .< nil -1 Complaint
f,-r Divorce haa been filed mcalnat
V"U. uml yiu nr.- r. ,,py i.f your Anawer >,r Pleading lo
ih.- It.ll ,' Convdalnl l"a nllf
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Florida and fill xlnal
\n-u er 01 I'l. ,.. n the nffli 1 1
Hi. ilerl nf thi Cln uil 1 "oui t on "i
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' vou nl lo do ,. jn-Vni, I." Ii ,1. -
f ,uil will i \ 11 f.,,
1 ii. mandi d la ihi Bill "f

Thia 1 lira I all ba pobllahad onee
, 1, i ,,, ,. .
IKWISII '! .idi.i IN
! AND 1 11 Miami
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>'.-u ,ii, hereby notified and requlr-
ed 1 preaenl an] lalnu and di manda
win, Ii you may havi aaainai the en.
'..'. ,.f JOKEPH J OBTKOW deceas-
ed late of I ..ul. c.untv. Plnrlda to
th.. County Judge* nf Dade County,
anil file tin- sain*- in duplicate and as
privtdad 1.1 Section 733li>, Klorida
Statute*, in their office" i" the '".....v
Courthouee in bade County, Florida,
within m\ .ii*mlar months fron th,-
lime "f tin- first publication hereof,
... thi siin. a'ill be barred.
1 '.. .1 ..1 Miami. i'i... 1. thia 17th
da) "f Kebruarj. A.D. IMt,
S' >N VA l> I.MIIAKUI
Aa K\'-. u'n.
Flrat publication nf this notice <"
tli^ Slal day "f February, 1961
JOSH REPIIt'N
A1 lorney f," Eve- uirlx
: tVaanlnKton Avenue
S :l ES "/Tit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-7984
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\ \ LTEH V KKKfJI'SON,
1 ntlff,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 80284-B
'11 RE Eatati ol
\\ M.I.IAM A IIANI.KY
I.....ll"ll
NOTICE TOCREDITORS
To All Rredltora and All Peraoni Hav.
11.k Clalma tir Dcmamla AKalnal Bald
Eatati
Y"u .f. heri 1 'iii.-il and required
to preaenl any claims and demanda
uhi, ii \.-u may have asaine! thi
I late \V11.1,1 AM A IIANI.KY de-
ceaaed Lit.- of [Hide County, Klorida,
Mi,- Count) Judge* "i Dade County,
I and file thr aame In duplicate and as
provided In Section 7'::i l*'.. Klnri'la
j Statutes, In their office* In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Klornla.
1 within six calendar month* fn.ni th.-
time "f Ihi flral publication hereof,
"r th.- aame -*- ill i. barred
1..,..1 ..! Miami. Florida, this 19th
da) "f I"- brunry, AD
MANNIN'; ROBERTS
Aa 1 !x< utor
First publication "f this nntlci on
the :sth da) "f Kebruary, 1969
HARRY M ROSS
Attorney for Executor
1312 Alraale) lluil'lmi.. Miami
s :s 1/7-n -'i
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 PEMHERTON,
Plaintiff.
VH.
I'lMi'C CALVIN PEMBERTON,
I >.-f. iidati
TO IIRI"CE CALVIN PEMBERTON
Broadwa). Apai in..... N _
Arllnalnn, Mass.,, huaetta
. fU, I'-Ki CE CAM IN PEMHER
1' IN, are hi reb) notified thai a Pill
Cnmplalm tor I llv..... has bei 11
riled again*! you, and yon an renju red
to ->i .1 !> ..: j ur \ KWel or
Plead 11,11 .-,.,,
till Plaintiff- attorney, WII.I.I.WI .1
' <;oi.i.\\-i ,;:\ pa., 1,'., roral u id
Miami. Florida I IS ., ,| file Ihi
I'nal Anav, r 1,1 Pi. ndina I" tin 1
"' ihi 1 'l. 1 k ,'. il 1 Ircull 'ourl on <
' '" Ihi 1 si da) Api II, ..... n
you fail to do so. Judgmi 111 bj ,1. faull
vi ill i- taken agnlui 1 you tor 11
: In < ,i.ni..ii.1.,1 11 ,1,.. 1 -.in ,,r Complaint
T hi* n..11. shall i- publlahi 'I once
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in THE JEWISH l-M.i 'Run \ \
DONE AND fiRDHRED al Miami
I ..... thli i'h day of I', bi uai n.
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-3204
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAN JONES,
.
IN KX Jl i.VES,
II, f,
I" MRS l\i:z ." INKS
-"-.....in. 11 Road
C|ev< III I I 1 'In..
You, INEZ Jl i.NES
titi.il thai 11 lllll of ''..1111,1.mil fii
LECAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLM"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-3817
SUIT FOR- DIVORCE
MARY I H'lSE 'APP'i
Plaintiff,
MARVIN CAREY,
I I. ii,lain
T< MARVIN 1 A KRY
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tor four < 1 rn
in i'l I K .1 KM ISH KI." IRIDIAN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF th =
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAD
COUNTY.
No. 69-3708
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ol.I.IK HI ItllA.M I'.I.OI NT
Plaintiff, '
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Rl IIIRRT II ICRMAN Pl.ill \ '
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> >l ROBERT IIERM v\ III .'I ST
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IN THE CIRCUIT Cm.'Rt nc tup
ELfUENTH 'UDIf.lA'. CIRCUIT
rec r. nlinn in an" rnR
CADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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tin- 19th da) "f February
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llrcul t'ourl !" v. Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV.
No. 68 14456
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HWKIIIT A N"I.A\"
vs.
COU.EEN MARIE V'H.AN
Ti 1 Ci i|.I.Ki:\ M VRIB Nl 'LAN
M vi is \ part men t a
At'Hrtmi-nt 1n
Rlchland, : nrgia
You. COI.I.EEN MARIE NO
. hereby notified thai a Itill nf
plaint for 1 'iv or. ha* I" 'i
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. ., npM ,,f your Answ r ,,,- plead-
ing to the Bill "f Cnmplali nn the
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Ih-. ayne Ituililii 11 Miami, Fii
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DONE VXD ORDERED ul Miami,
h day of Februar)
AH
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No. 69-2881
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
K VTIII BEN STEW VRT I'll''MAS.
Plain '
uit '..tin on ,,r before Ihe 41I1 ill
, A|.nl, 1969 If you fail In do so, |udg
iii.ii' by .1.-fault w-IH be taken aaali i
vou for ih. relief di mai (led in Ihi
Bill of Complaint,
This m,ii' shall he publlshi I
each week for four ronsecuilvi weck>
In THE JEWISH KI.'.IJIHAN
BONE ANIi "HI>i:i:ki. ,,i Miami ;
Florida, tin- 34 da) "f February, A I)
I", it i.ea riiKKM.w. ci. rk,
'ir.uii Court. I'a.l.- County. Klorida
By: \ a HEW BTT
Denut) Clerk
U"ir.-uit Court Seal)
IAW 4>FFICBS OK MAX P BNOEI
I7IK1 X VV 7Ui Street
Miami, I 'loi ida
I Attorney for Plaintiff
i* 3/7-1 i-:'i
II I.KATHERMAN
f the C ult Courl
Pv \' A HBWETT
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:: 7-14-31-'.'1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 818S2-C
In RE Eatati ol
PHILIP SIKl.Bl.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* and All Person* H
niK Cla in- ,,1 Peniand* Agal -1 Bald
Estate
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sd "......i.v claim* and '. man l*
which you ma) ha> 1 atrainal th
of PHII IP Sll'ill.l. Me, I
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late ..1 pun ip SIEOEI, ii.....* 1
INTHECOUNIY JUDGE'S COURT ,r' "! '' ;' '''" '' Klorldii to tlu
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. "Ul"' Judge* nl I '...I. County, 11 IP
FLORIDAIN PROBATE :l" satin In duplicate nil 1-
No. 82332B '' "ViiUmI in Section 7.:. 16, Florid
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No. 82332B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 ..In,,,. .,,| All Pi i
Having t 'laims nr 1 >, manda
Vgainsl s.i ,| Eatati
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to preai nl any laims ami .;. mand
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1 '..uni v 1 'ourthnuse in I mdi 1 'oui I
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111:1 EN SIEOEI.
v- Kxi i.-utrix
which you may hn\e againsl the 1 '' puiduatioii nl tin-
of CHARLES VSKOFF 1I1 i-asedlal. .'/.'!;!,'.I:.v ,.''"'"'" >
of H.,,1, ,'.. ||. .,. RISH.VI vs |i;i\
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
KLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82101 A
In RK 1: tali ol
\n IRRIS SI I:I: I..
In .,-, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITCRS
To All Cm im 1 AH pi i
Having <
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
N AND FOR DADE COLNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S.-307-A
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NOTICE TOCREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79830
I." PP. Estate of
I i:\ A BPBTEIN
II ..is.,I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
' 'K 1- In 1 v glvi n thai
i.iv. led my Final Roiairl anil Pell.
. 111*1 11 .1 Final Dli -
\.Im,in, t> ii,.- --
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JACOB EPSTEIN,
Administrator
MARX KAHKK
Attorney
101! Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida Kit 1 MW
! 11-21 3/7-14
RONAIJ" VV TIP IM VS,
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TOT ARBHBRBBY \.'lllll :| Hial
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by r, .iiiir. .1 1......v copy ," % uui
ling 1 the plaintiffs
Mlorni RICH VRD I BEAMISH. III.
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RICH A PI 1 I HE VMISII, III
Attorney al l-m
4S12-I5 Hoiiv wood Boulevard
Hollywts.d. Florida
2/21-28 :l 7-It
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their office* In the Count) tViur.....us.
in I'a.l.- County, Florida, within
calendar month* from Hi. 1 Im. ...
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Page 24-B
# I*' tt- UmAOwi
Fridr^. March 14. 1969
Pitt! GREAT ART MASTERPIECES
GET FOU DETAILS
AT YOUR STORE
ONE PIC1URI
EACH WEEK
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATUROAY.MARCH 15 AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICH'S STORES E .eluding Ko.her Markets
SAVE UP TO 40c ON THESE BONUS SPECIALS!
COFFEE FOLOER'S
aii apiNnc
FYNE TASTE
ALL PURPOSE GRIND
FOOD FAIR
ALL GRINDS
1-LB.
CAN
G'JANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND.PLEASE.MTH OTHER PURCHASES OF Sll OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
TOP U.S. CHOICE-US. GOV'T. INSP. U.S. GOV'T. GRADED-WESTERN BEEF
STEAKS y
TOP US. CHOICE-WESTERN ^-^
CHUCK STEAKS 69c
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN ^^ ^^
RIB SI EAK5 .... trimmed.. lb jJjJc
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN ^_
CHUCK ROAST 59c
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN ^_ ^^
CALIF. ROAST 89c
SAVE UP TO 12< ON THESE FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIALS!
PLAN OR
SELF
v J
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR FREE BONUS WITH EACH
PURCHASE .FOR WONDERFUL GIFTS
FARMER GRAY -GRADE A
FU-GA.-FRESH ICED
^"BUY THE PARTS YOU LIKE BEST" '
BREASTS MS. THIGHS,
DRUMSTICKS.....lb
Wii9sGiiiardsLB.33t Livvrt 69?,.
Fryr Strip Backs A Necks____lt,10c
.MUM VIAM^*
FRESHLY SLICED
HALIBUT _
STEAKS 69
C
'RFSHLY SLICED
Kingfish Steaks
u
49'
SAVE UC ON 3 PIES-NORTON'S FROZEN
FOOD FAIR PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
5 Si 39c 15
UNIT ONE BAG. EITHER BRAND PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SNO-WHITE
GARDEN FRESH
Mmk/umnn
JUICY ORANGES
TOP QUALITY
INDIAN RIVER,
10 39
SAVE 18< ON THIS FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL !
FYNE SOFT... WHITE A ASST'D COLORS
TOILET
TISSUE _
LIMIT ONE BUNDLE.PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
ROLLS
TO BUNDLE
79c VALUE SUPFR STAINLESS DOUBLE
Personna Blades ge of" 49
98c VALUE BAYER
FOOD FAIR
Aspirin Tablets
OF 100 oa
19* VALUE
Ban Lotion
DEODORANT
Creamed Cottage Cheese 31c
MASTER'S
Sour Half ft Half !g? 29c
39c
AMERICAN KOSHER
Franks Knocks
FLEISCHMANN'S LIGHTLY SALTED
Corn Oil Margarine
1 LB
PKG
i
1-LB.
PKG.
SAVE
20<
NEAPOUTAN-COCONUT-CHOCOLATE-LEMOR
BANANA- STRAWBERRY-LIME
YOUR
CHOICE
14-OZ.
PKG.
FOOD FAIR
SODAS
REG. ., WET COLA- CINCFR ALE L EmON CLUB
6 rbSn 4 5'
Service 'Delccate^eu
AVAILABLE AT STORES -ITH SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARt
SAVE 6'
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
Freshly Made Salads lB 39c
POIATO COLE SLAW MACARONI
SAVE 10c LB OLD FASHION STYLE
"Black Forest" Liverwurst 89c
DELICIOUS-HOMEMADE
Pickled Herring......EACH 39
Freshly Smoked Sable ,..79e
RICH'S OVEN ROASTED
TURKEY ROLL
ALL WHITE
MEAT
SAVE
80: LB.