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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 21, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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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 21, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
"dewish Floridian
Volume 42 Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday. March 21, 1
969
Three Sections Price 20c
Priest Charges Christian 'Indifference' To Israel
NEW YORK UTA1 A prieat
who is active in inter-religious re-
lations this assek declared that the
American Christian community is
guilty of a "generalized Indiffer-
ence to the welfare of Israel that
shades off into actual hostility
towards Israel."
The charge was made during a
conference on the Middle East
crisis and its effect on Inter-
religfaua relations which was held
I ler trie auspices of the National
Max Fisher
Is Appointed
Nixon Aide
WASHINGTON fJTA) The
White House made known this
week that in keeping with Presi-
dent Nixon's desne to perfect close
relations with the American Jew-
ish community, the President has
decided to rely uihw Max M Fish-
er of Detroit as an informal advis-
er and liaison link with United
Statea Ji wry.
Mr. Fisher, a leader of tin' Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal. United Israel
Appeal, and the American Jewish
Committee, is also a prominent
Republican who played an impor-
tant role in the recent election A
White House s;K>kcsman clarified
the Nixon -Fisher relationship. The .
spokesman described Mr. Fisher as
"a very close Mend of the Pnsi-
r nt" who would serve as a "con-
duit" linking Mr. Nixon with the
Jewish community.
The President will rely upon Mr
Fisher for a consensus ol Jewish
t Unking Also. White House views
would in disseminated through Mr.
Fisher, according to the spokes-
man. It would be "a two-way
street," he said.
Mr. Fisher will not be an adviser
in the formal sense, it was ex-
plained. His advisory role will dif-
fer from that of Myer Feldman,
who served Presidents Kennedy
and Johnson, or Maxwell Rabb,
who war hod tor President Elsen-
hower. Mr. Fisher will enjoy a
wider latitude, free from the disci-
I lints of the official staff.
The White House cited the des-
ignation of Mr. Fisher as a mem-
ber of the official |>arty that reptv-
s. nted the President at -the funeral
of Israeli Premier Levi Eshkol.
Tins was taken to indicate that he
M mid enjoy both an official and
private capacity in his informal
Continued on Pee 8-A
Conference of Christians and Jews
by H. \ I., ard H. Flannery, ex-
ecutive secretary, U.S. Catholic
Bishops' Secretarial for Christian-
Jewish R lations. He told partici-
pating clergymen that the central
issue ii, tl. Arab-Israeli confron-
tation was 'whether the Slate ol
Israel has a right to exist and
grow." Commenting on the "fra-
gility" ol Jewish-Christian rela-
tions, the priest noted an "over-
expectation" from the dialogue
held thus far in the Jewish com-
' munity and complained that some
Jewish spokesmen "tend to over-
charge the Christian community
I in these crisi s."
Participants in the conference
subsequently signed a telegram to
President Nixon calling for the
condemnation ol Iraq for hanging
14 alleged spies, and denouncing
the ICtlon as 'a matter for men of
conscience of all creeds and beliefs
to decry."
Rabbi Balfonr Bri< kner, direc-
tor of the Union Ol American
Hebrew Congregations' commis-
sion on interfuith activities, told
the conference, -The Jewish
comainalts is driven toward a
pOStON of withdrawal and dis-
agreement h\ the growing ani-
iiM.it > between blacks and -lews
and the apparent!) continuing
Christian inability to understand
the Israeli |i|eu.
"If the voices of Christianity
i il the anti-Semitic invective of
the black with the same dispas-
sionate aloofness with which the
Jewish community feels the Chris-
tian community has responded I i
Jewish cries for support of Israel."
he warned, "it may discover
fully not to., late I at it
has unwittingly and inadvertently
owth of a more -
erahked anti-Semitism, crippled
Continued on Page 3-A
Of GAULLE SOFTENS ANTI-ISRAEL STAND
France Drops Demand
For Full Withdrawal
MAX M. flSHlft
By Special liepi.n
UNITED NATIi >NS N.Y. An
apparent softening of the sharply
anti-Israel position of French Pres-
ident Charles de Gaulle was dis-
closed this week with the report
that Pans no longer advocates
complete Israeli withdrawal from
President's Conference
Sets Mideast Meet
NEW YORK (JTAt The Con-
ference' oi Pn sklents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
announced this week thai a Na-
tional Jewish Leadership Confer-
ence on Peace in the Middle Easl
will c mw in' hi re Sunday and
Monday, bringing together some
IOJ Jew ish I. adei s,
Rabbi Herschei M. Schacter,
chairman, said each of its 2S con-
stituent agi lines will send 15 deli -
gates. The National Community
Relations Advisory Council asked
for. and was granted, 50 delegates,
Rabbi Schacter said, to insure ade-
quate representation from outside
the New York metropolitan area.
The North American Jewish Youth
Council will send 3.i delegates.
Rabbi Schacter said the confer-
ence would lie addressed by Am-
bassador Yoscf Tekoah. Israel's
chiel representative to the United
Nations. Sen Stuart Symington of
Missouri and Sen. Jacob K. JavitS
ol New York.
It will opi n with a memorial
occupii d t. rritoriea as par! of a
settlement ol the Middle East
crisis
The repot I u is bas< d on i
Kiel,eh position papers l>y I'aris
officiate to the Israeli and U.S.
governments mentioning "agreed
rectification" oi adjustmi nts ol
the 19'>7 cease fire lines between
Israel and the Arab states.
If the Fn nch position papers
really reflect i basic change in l>
Gaulle's anti-Israel stands, n rep-
resents a step closer to Israel's
position.
Israeli officials, however were
reported to be concerned over the
lack of any mention in the French
statement of a peace treaty oi
contractural agreement between
Israel and the Arab slal s. Both
the United States and Israel have
i i -1 red this essential t>. a
si ttlemi nt.
Israel is also b. lieved t i ob
to French suggestions ol tw
phased negotiations requiring Is-
a. a withdrawals before other
I asic issues in the Middle i ast
pute are ttli d.
There is also indication that
France favors including Arab ter-
ror organizations in negotiations
fi i a Middle East settlenv nt, Is-
rael would oppose such a move.
While the French position. pr\;*'r<
arc believt d to have u, torn
lated iast month, they wen' devel-
I in the talks between Presi I i |
N'ixi n nd Presidi nt de Gaulle.
Following his returr. I:
Continued on Page 8-A
Soviet Jews Condemned
In \ew Economic Trial
RABBI MfftSCHfl SCHACTIK
service for the late Premier I.evi
Eshkol, and will include a series t
concurrent panel discussions on
Continued on Page 5 A
LONDON (JTAl A number
of defendants in an "economic
< rime" trial held recently in the
Soviet Union, some of whom have
been n nt< need to death, appear to
be Jews, it was reported here this
week from Moscow.
The Soviet Law Journal report-
ed that a 14-member ring of em-
bi zzlers that stole goods from the
slate worth more than $1.5 million
had been convicted. According to
the Journal, the trial lasted eight
months and concluded in Decem-
ber, but the Soviet press obeerv-
CAMPUS CONFERENCE RESOLUTION
Hillel May Support Youth Against Draft
WASHINGTON (JTAJ The
ational commission of the B'nal
B'rith Hillel Foundation may try
' i work out ways to impli m nl a
propoaal to support young men
I i refuse to drafted for mill-
t iry service in Vietnam. That pro-
I Ml was one oi s< veral that
' lerged in resolutions adopted at
a three-day conference which
l ought together BO Jewish stu-
dent leaders representing 34 col-
lege campus s around the country
and he repn sentath ea ol 27
Jor American Jewish i rganizations.
The confi ; i nee was d set >!' I as
the first significant confrontation
between American Jewish youth
and the leaders of the Jewish "Es-
tal Ushment."
it eaded with agreement by
the Hillel I -.iiinl.it ion, which
sponsored the cutheriiii;. to stu-
dent demands for an active rani-
pUS voice in ii- pel ii j -ii i.i I. ii.^
ranks.
The Vietnam proposals wi rethi
most startling, observers said. The
ition adopted by the students
and their elders said. "We support
the young men who have chosen
jail or exile by refusing the draft
and those GIs vv ho refuse service
in Vietnam. We regard the Jailing
of those young men and many ol
their supporters as political Incar-
Ci ratio:: and Urge that thi y be
granted amm sty."
The resolution call. ,i on thi Hil-
lel office to "provide i rogram ma-
terial to local chapters regar
I dialt realstanee, specifically on the
Continued on Pa/je 9 A
era said did not report it S
two hundred persons were called
to testify as witnesses.
The Journal said the ring oper-
ated for about a do/en y ars and
HraS hi aded by Alexander Heifitz
It said that by bribing the direc-
tors of several stores selling belts.
blouses, corsets, textiles and other
items of ladies' wear, the ring sold
the stoi.n goods to Moscow de-
partment stoi I -
In October, 1964, a similar trial
was held involving defedants : -
ed Rodman and Shakerman both
Jews and most of the 21 de-
ft ndantS ware sentenced to death.
Conttnuec on Page 6-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Altop 4-A
Bar M.tivjh 8 B
Book Review 12C
C.mdel'ght'g 13C
Cohen 4-A
Dining 10-A
Editori.il> 4-A
Engagem'ti 6-7B
Obituaries 15A
Recipes IOC
Real Estate 9B
Sermon 13C
Syr igogues 13-C
Torah 1S-C
TV 13-C
Weddngs 6-7B
Wcmin'i World 58
0-Tevn 5-B
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Friday, March 21, 1969
Red China Training
Arab Guerrilla Units
JERUSALEM (JTA) Defence claimed credit for the superlaarket
Minister Moshe Dayan told the' bombing in Jerusalem last month
Knesset this week that evfck th< recent bombinc of the He-
has been uncovered that Commu- brew University cafeteria
nisi China is giving weapons and
' f .ining to Palestinian Arab guer- Alleged terrorists nested in n-
nllas. cont days have included a promi-
He said, in reply to questions. nenl ,aw.vor an<1 Anglican min-
that Red China was the onlv non- ,s,or from Ramallah and two phy-
Arab country when- Palestinian &**>* A suspected terrorist ar-
t< rrorists got training. He dis-
closed that Chinese-made equip-
ment had been found during a re-
< nt round-up of terrorist suspects.
He said Kgyptian intelligence units
were sending terrorists into the
Sinai peninsula.
Israel's Foreign Ministry is still
investigating reports that Cuba
has been extending aid to Pales-
tinian Arab guerrillas and is eur-
"!y training some of them on
er soil. The reports, which ap-
" a red in a local paper, could not
bi confirm.'! or fc nied by Cuban
diptomati h bra and Cuba
intain forma! I itic rvla-
reste Subhi Gusha. one of several Arab
doctors who staged a sit-in to pro-
test the integration of Arab hospi-
tals with Israeli hospitals.
Strikes and rowdy demonstra-
tions, meanwhile, continued this
week in major towns of the West
Bank and in the Gaza Strip where
the military governor ordered
three high schools closed after stu-
dents set up roadblocks and threw
stones. Twenty Arab youngsters
were arrested and fined ST apiece.
In Nablus. the largest West
Bank town, virtually all shops
were closed as businessmen went
Poli week that the on strike to protest the curfew
if t'-. Popular Front imposed on the old quarter after
the Libei Palestine ir: violent student demonstrations,
h en ed and stud nta
ng with nd on street corm rs oc-
9 casionally jeering at police, throw-
setting rubbish
f -
s-
-.
t jS the ter- reportedlj i
a could thing n n I
town, said ter that he d
itioi

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n thi Wi
Tulk : nd in Kami
irders of | Yunis Stri| Th< .! m-
I So- nstrations Ln G M W si
tarted cai week In
\. I \ mass uv- .
of Ma, Gen EUad, I
. |ti : tian Chief of Staff, who was k
ourt at the Suez Cana!.
A sent 'if four years at hard
abor wa on Hans Sohns,
61, a former SS major who was
onvictid of having abetted the
murders of 2B0 slave laborers after
using them to exhume and burn
the remains of othei Nazi victl
buried in mass graves. Frit/ Ziet-
ov, 66, a former SS captain, got a
2^-year sentence for his role in
Hie murder of ",0 slave laborers.
Ex-Nazis Given
lMi..l Sentences
IN -T SS
sen-
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Friday. March 21. 1969
*Jeisti r/criaHaun
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Paqe 3-A
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Irving Kane of Cleveland has
been elected the new chairman
of the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee, He succeeds
Philip S. Bernstein of Rochester.
N. Y.
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the caust i : blai k pro --
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Christiai failed to distinguish
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have t" share regarding the plight
of thi- Arab refugees or the < it> ol
Jerusalem."
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tin' mammoth, area-wide Teen Age
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To Friends Of The Jewish Horn*
(Douglas Gordons)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
needs your help NOW.
The Home's costs ore sky-rocketing becouse of'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses oides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel hod to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the. Home on ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's finonciol problems
ore oggravoted because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Home s defici I is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Gardens.
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and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You can also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute lo the
Thrift Shop.
All contributions arc tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop ot 696-2101 and arrange fcr our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
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Thrift Shop Committee
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Mrs. Meir's Goals
Are Peace And Unity
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- : /.:*?**- -;.-.'; v seat './r. the couo-
'.--* v? \ve :*.",t. Lrr.vor ^'.'-/ .-.-_->.
rrr./ v>rrv* '-* the Premier of
l**-o*. .r. j/'.*/>t Vi her cioee
fr.*rv5 '. -: /,.':. ;../ \-.e
y/Vr .'>r-r. IJiT.Cs.
Faced /-. '- -.-.-;.-.',* of leoler-
t.'..p ol MM '> v.e moal crucial
pexfeds ..-. .u history. yie Stale of
.'*.".-;. Ji '','-'.'': -J OS it*
.-^tw >.'..-.-: }/..:. jdit '.:.-. o? tne out-
%vjx*1usj VffubxrTMi ind public
bgurtsj nol *.': boSob ivi* produced.
A Irxuttrl }'...; .st*, V&rxAt&ilY,-
m Mrs Mew settled in Palestine m
.':2. '..-.; .u.:iurtuj3Mi-f taciturn active m th*
new lafcxx movement, serving az treasurer at
v.- '/*?-' o< ;'..-,.,' Work* at the Iftrttiililil. Hm
gpMMRd labor f^der'/tk/n.
.-.-.-/r<- i.-,'.:. two -ievidee. Mrr.. Meir
wi* ;-./ .r, MottMl U-j;s/:\ KM CoUBfH, fi/*' 'j* ttecretary and later a
jt rpr**entative at various internationa! con-
ler*r/.es. PlMB i'i'i2 to 1934, she was national
ner-reWry of Pioneer Women, the Amer.
',..'.;,';. -,! -r.,- Moetw-i IJ'ipoalot.
e
World Zionist Leader
But Mr M!ir was not destined to confine
''-' '-s io women's affairs.
Htft riocHon in 1923 as a delegale of the
Ah'Jut Naavoda lactton to Iho World Zionist
^>yriaresn marked the boginninq of her activity
in Om vracld Zionist movement. She was a de!e-
qoiij of Mapod at most of the subsequent con-
qresaeK and v/-nt on numerous miasions to
!.',;, 'i/,d th IJ.-uted States on behalf o! the
I'-wmh Atjoncy and the World Zionist Organi-
laflon
M-r iead:rrjhip in the governing bodies of
the Yishuv 'Polostine's organized Jewish com-
/ wai do 1:" IfflpraMhro.
fihe was 'i ;;irrnb V-. j-1 Lrami, lh highest organ of Jewith self-
aOVOrnmerxl during the British Mandatory
; /i','), and MTTed on the governing bodies of
a ruimboi ol Histadrul miorprioM, including
thai fCupal Holin tick rund, Iho Avh*oo ayiatton
con pany and dm Nachcbon shipping firm.
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A Pioneer Of Statehood
In i'id,, she tor^k >i'irgi of all the mutual
programs of the Minladrut and became
chairman of the board of directors of Kup Hoiifl which provided medical servicoi for
ne It wan, however, In H>- hment oi th
State of 1 rael an I during i< i Di t two crucial
docodaa oi history thai Mrs. M n made her
most Bjgnifloanf contribution to hoi p3oplo.
AOI !;' I "H of the Political De-
l-wish Agency execu-
i v.-. Mr ; M "' I' !' D "ilarot] m ol Ind ipondence and a
mombei i th Profl lei ina] Council cf Slate,
the nntion's i .ilature.
rn September 1948 she was sent to Mae-
cow as Israel's first Minister to the Soviet
Union and a year later she was elected to the'
first Knesset 'Parliament and joined the Cabi-.
net as Minister of Labor, a post she held until'
-13S6.

In Ranks Of Government
Ah Minister of Labor, Mrs. Meir played a
major role in the absorption of hundreds of
thousands of new immigrants into the economic
structure of the country. She was also the
architecl of Israel's National Insurance Pro-
gram.
Under her leadership as Minister for Foreign
Aflc.rs. Israel's ties within the family of na-
tions were strengthened and deepened, extend-
ing out into the major areas of Africa, Asia and
Latin America.
As Mrs. Meir assumes the highest post in
Israel's Government she will be faced with,
two major tasks: preserving the national unity !
end steering the country through a dangerous
period in the direction of paace.
Her broad range of experience and her
warm and dedicated interest in her p?ople
should serve Israel well in the crucial months
ahead.
Annual JDC Project
Wmle -he h'M T| i ibj'on Committee
p OVidei lifogiving air to neody Jews through-
out fie year, if U) jn the weeks before Pass-
over that the largest number are supplied with
rial ho!p i the form of matzoh and other
I roductg for the 1- stivaL
Pa?over is traditionally the time to focus
ntion on the welfare of the needy and the
recent announcement that the JDC had again
made large-scale distributions for Passover j
-terns to Jewish communities throughout the I
world points up the importance of this pho
ci the organhsation'i vital h notions.
rncluded in this year's shipments were near-
ly 520,000 pounds cf matzoh and other Pass-
over 1 all of it to Europe for
distribution to needy Jewish communities.
r.uzl highly prc:::cal philanth
J toward the goal
of American Jewry in strengthening
Jewish communities throughout the world
Friday- March 21. 1369
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JOSEPH msip
AIS0P
The Ethnic Elite
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Arhifumrnt
T.ist may r^J sour
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Y' t it is not only a
n.. t irresl itanuards. a m-ar-
ticaJ stat that
s'ar .%. \rsi <*.._ MatUS,
reached b) r a'-hievemt-r.t.
can litcrratt. any fonnerry >.
ed BTOOF It:.: ':.- .". I
U ir.g c-x/.-luded.
Th*- fact that this is Moyr.i-
har.'s basi*- rtra ol the n r -
mart** quite clear In the ensuing

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Saxon Prote"a- -
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WASPS, to b-
=-ir''. the Episcoi a iaas and Ph -
byteriara who K*-ncrally rta\-.
rA are more edsjee*
ti >n> nt> d. t>robably eomp**eea
fourth elite, a.though figures are
prove it scientifically.
In Inivrrsitifs
Here, then. rahT sistoniihing
ly are this nation's fo'jr roost
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ty:
EDVUARD COHEN
Poverty And Crime
That kosher hot dog you eat
the patio this weekend may have
had a Mafia nuishgiach. The bagel
business in N< w York ana is also
reported to lx- in the control of
the Italian gangsters who. ap-
parent! are pot satisfied with
just th< j.iiza artd sausage in-
dustry.
In New York, recent hearines
before the State Investigation
Commission disclosed that the
f'**i budget is higher because
Mafia families have a piece of the
action, Kosher rriertt. hot dot;s.
and bagels are among the items
the mob lias taken over for the
I llati d ilistriuutiuji
Those oi us with bog mem h -
i is. not.'mm n< w in
1 tropolitan accas ol our na-
tion, for ii was some 30 years
'' 0 thai a similar investigation
lauii.;. ,1 by t!v 1 ite II. 1
II L hman as Gov< 1 nor of New
York ntveaJed a similar pic-
tun. But in those days the Mafi-
' 0 muscl d in on 0 ive oil or
such exotic, non-J. wish it'
tichok s (imagin controlling
tiie ,-nii, jfoke marki i!), and 'our
I 0) rjominated the chlcken-flic-
! In' business, among others. No
Wl "!.....r kids look at us with
scorn whi n \m clai n to have
: ; b tie, world, or to
hi vi 1 to any 3\ -,;ll
I k mid imagh 1 that < all
'" 1 liel thai
; nami 1 crop up ai
' torious (Ttmmali of our
g< n ration, but 11 uaiu'taiiwi^s
it priilosopht-r Morns
H:,i'' '' as a matter of
fact felt it : ,, sKu-y- t.) defcn.t
J' wish normality- jn jt,e go>9
by writing that a recent Sfody
"!a to my mind an ffeslltui ri -
futation ol the v.ui*sprad error
thai the J. us specialize'in certalrr
types of crime" Oikr fotrrrxJut
'"'''"'' M fTT^rnaTi1
Lepke, Gurrah, Waxey aS Cong'-'
" had as much ststaset Iny no-
tori si^of jj-. ,lav an(1:
Murder, Inc. -much bang as
th worst of tt_nj',an families.]
Nothing subUa aMit^a v^r..4i*at:
those f. Ilowa .. ,
In my home town at aas Una &
good i-art of the YMitA tooABnli:
'""n '""' daysjmlootbafaj
rGotfa!
Isol th( nun-ennm^ busirii
as muscU rm-n^rnri gusawrs. Their j
Wre the l.,i;U;ia,,. j,u1aVs,
OL. piohiLui-d-imaui- ^^ tjjoi!
eMnrks. 'hr-trtJrrf.tat.taT!5 mrn-
Ill
Before a ifriuft. BwfMMt B
number of th m were5 ,%,'
th. ir 11 -tirSk'-pv-
iR pals. Our Wul ^Uy W.
standinj; h : >,... j^ t
A".M_(,a niter ,1
do to Stop juries from (Assfiid
'"" kill dry
w n \ r convicti d r"tije -f!.. -
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Friday, March 21, 1969
MA10KJAY OOIMU
Presidents
Conference
Sets Meet
Continued From Pg 1 A
TVS. policy In Hi Middle East; the
role dj the Ujrfiti I S itioi s and the
i r w :-. a.. to counteract
Aral rJTOpagandtl and the Arab
I ye ir ol Isfai public relations
i Infei national implications
: >\\ |1( I erl urity problems.
A i I!-.ii-n: i i Yehuda Hellman,
exeoutivfe director of the Prcsi-
rientfl Oonferanee. the gathering
virl ty iho Oral hi its kind since
the S.x-l>nv lrrsr.
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Jay Dermer Named
New JNF President
Mayor Jay Dermer of Miami
Beach has been elected the new
prtsidenl of the Jewish National
!' md i i Greater Miami. Ho suc-
ceeds the late Circuit Court Judge
Harold Spa< t
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
l< a It r oi Temple Emanu-El, Miami
B< nch, and chairman of the J. wish
National Fund Foundation, and
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chair-
n of the JNF executive hoard.
' '" that "Ma ,-or ;> rmer will
bring to his m w task the same
mic Mil: isiasm, i ommunity
si nit and total dedication thai he
ronsisti ntlj tlisj la m all ol lus
othi r civic endeavors "
Following his election, Mayoi
I rmi r lid he tccepti d the as-
sii nn* til "realizing full well the
role the JNF | laved and still plays
Israel The JNF was responsible
foi tion <>f the land' which
led to thi creation of the State ol
Israel. Now threatened by great
odds, Israel deserves the support
ot all upright and decent men and
women all ova* the work). I shall
ri\ to tl is cause the best in me."
Jay Dermer, 39-year-old mayor
NPD Claims New Strength
BONN iJTA'i The reputedly
neo-Nazi National D mocratic
Party iNPDi boasted this week
that its support is increasing. Ac-
cording to a part; spokesman, th.'
new sir. th st. rhs from t -. fai!-
uri ol Minister 01 Intel i >r Ernst
Benda to get the cabinet to agree
t< steps to Ban the npp as anti-
di mocratic ai I ... tiohal.
It i~ 'I-: attributed to the distribu-
tion ol three million NPD pun-
phk In to VV< st German households.
The pan- claims that attendance
at meetings has gone up.
Super-Soup?
Mild-mannered Mrs. Adler .
yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
all their armies of commercial
chefs. M that isn't super-soup,
what is' Onion, Mushroom.
Tomato. Vegetable, Cabbage.
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
for Passover.
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Friday. March 21. 1969
Eban Blasts Threat By Nasser To
Liquidate Israel Through Terror
Rabbi Lehrman To Review Roth Novel
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Mi u
i lorritoi
, war and I ted all

Mi. alii d Col. Sassi r'i
i i >11 i I I ..
Sul < 11
polii ral 'i uths an alt* s."
I he would the
i atioru v. n nla ;i n I v
Amhassa G V. JairinB."
Soviet Jews
Condemned
in New Trial
Continued from Page 1-A
7- lion ami
I :
i i I5i I persons had
U M-tuted bj 1964.
the "eco-
ind Ihej
least
i., rn s stemmingfiom
t rtod In recc-ni
year* Tl ..' II it
mor" such ti
. imes. It was
it despiti
li a had been dc-
lii* rat I out foi ai i
iim trial ronomic
|
ia envoy.
Su bergei n ported that
.....ike I for two
Pi sidencc
e friend, Mohamnuil
Heykal, 'iitor of thi
: airo AI Ahram. "Mr. Nas-
ates that then- are more
million Palestinian Arab
Mr. Sulzberger report-
id 'Hi the impression that
he i!"ks not expect Israel to accept
a political solution on the terms
Cgests and that therefore a
solution must be found by other
mi am
Mr. Eban declared that it was
"evident among other things
thai Nasser effectixeh reje<-ts
the Security < oonril's resontkm
it November, 1901 fi>r the estab-
lishment nt permanent peace
with Israel in secure and recog-
nized luillllilaries." He adlleil,
We must regard all contra r>
declarations bj Egyptian spokes-
men as null and void."
Mr. Eban said the Nasser Inter-
view "confirms all the most nega-
tive interpretations "f Egyptian
policy. The author <>i the 1967 war
i.. tboteur of peace in 1969.
Nasser's policj is no peace, no rec-
ognition, no negation, no establish-
ment of secure anil recognized
boundaries, no acknowledgement
of Israel's sovereignty, no freedom
hi navigation in the Sue/. Canal, no
igreei nl on arms limitation."
Mr. Sulzberger said CoL Nasser
expressed admiration for HI Fa-
the principal Palestinian guer-
rilla organization, which he liken-
to) istano mi ements in
! .:'.. and the Philippines in
World War II Col. Nasser express-
i I i. adincss to resume diplomatic
illations with the United States
which he severed in 1967, but said
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i, : reset a Ufficulties, such
as the sale < Phantom Jet fighter-
bombers to Israel which he saw as
..-. tit of Isi ai l*s i on-
it ion of Arab terri-
M S rted that thi
li adei played dow n the
i.....f Soviet aid and the Russian
presenci in his country. !! said
nl large arms ship-
ments to make up 1967 war losses
but to date Egypt's armed strength
does not exceed its pre-war
strength. He said there were only
1.000 Russian technicians and
training personnel in Egypt, "a
figure far smaller than that men-
tion"! by some Cairo diplomats."
Mr. Sulzberger noted.
Col. Nassei also claimed that
Jews in Egypl enjoyed all the
rights oi Egyptian citizens ami
were free to emigrate if they wish-
id. a statement that is contested
bj foreign observers." Mr. Sulz-
bi i g< i remarked.
Mr. Eban appeared to consider
i; ironic that some diplomatic
sources thought Col Nasser's re-
marks in an interview published in
Newsweek magazine recently had
showed moderation He said that
the Times interview confirmed
"what I said after his Newsweek
Interview. He envisages a policy in
two stages, First, the restoration
of the fragile and Insecun armis-
tice lines of June 4. 1967; second
the effective liquidation of Israel
through terrorist action combined
with the Introduction of enough
Arabs into what remains ol Israel
to ensure our countryS conversion
into an Arab state His encourage-
ment of those who murder |>coplc
in supermarkets and passengers in
civil aircraft is a true index of his
character," Mr. Eban said.
Jewish St. Patricks Fete
NEW YORK (JTAI The Loyal
League of Yiddish Sons of Erin, an
| organization of Jews born in Ire-
land, celebrated a kosher St. Pat-
rick's Day at a New York restau-
I rant this week combined with a
slightly belated Purim festival.
Marsha Coleman. a student at
Montgomery Junior College in Sil-
ver Spring, Md., reigned as "Col-
1 leen Queen Either" at the festivi-
' ties. She and her parents were
i born in Ireland where her late
grandfather, J. T. Clein, was regis-
| trar of births, marriages and
deaths for the city of Cork.
Portnoy's Complaint." the high
!, publicized novel ol Philip Roth
Mill be reviewed b.v Dr. Irvii
Lehrman Wedm '"-: dur'
ing the final i">k n vie* pregran
sponsor, d bj the Sist. rhood ui d ,
Pannt Ti schi i Assoi iation ol
|e Emanu-EI.
A 10 a.m. brunch will pi
the 11 a.m. review b.> Rabbi
n ai Hi al program ol thi
series a< cording to Mrs. Bernard
I). Kaplan. Sisterhood
and Mrs. Kills M. BatTist, IMA
i. sidei '
Other books revlewetl b> 1"
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"Portnoy's Complaint." winch
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with a "JewLsh mothei as ai
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i nt contiovi is> over the de-
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David Pinski Culture Club
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Czech Reds
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On 'Zionism*
I.cXDON (JTAl Hard-line
roponenta of Communist ortho
uixy in Czechoslovakia arc at-
tempting, with Sovk i encoui
nent, to infuse the country with
anti-Semitism in the inti-
Zionisr.i. a tactii thai has worked
n Poland Bui the} are
leternoined n sistam from *
liberals and intelli ctuals who i i
appan ntl. nol cowi II the S >
i. t-led tarv ision o( tl ir I
D ills
. aching I
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Sovi i ft" w# ag<
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The dcgrei
to this i ol |>ropa
. x i,i,>ni ; cei i moi i at the 15th
Onturj Ptnkas Sj i'1
).,.,..,., iM li aders,
.1, wa in I i on-Ji ws officiall> I
ired Hi' mem n > of : x M< Czech
.1, mts m den il bj the Nazis al
\ schwitz 25 years ago Hitherto,
the a ": '' dt'ath
ramp's llquiiiation in 194-1 had been
official!) ignored, but this yeai
Czech I' aik rs wenl oul ol their
:iy to condi 'mi anti-Semitism ol
ih.' Hitler and Stalin eras.
The principal speaker, Peti Co-
l.itka. pr< sidenl of the Czech Par-
liament, recalled how Jewish chil-
dren had gone to their deaths In
the Aus.huit/ gas chambers sing-
the Czi ch national anthem. ll'
declared that the best waj to pre-
vent a new Auschwil i was by pass-
ing laws guaranteeing democratic
freedoms and rehabilitating the
victims of Stalinist injustice, man>
ol ill- m Jews. Karlii r Premier
Stanislav lUwi of the Czech Repub-
lic anil J-vzen Kil.an. chairman "I
the N'niJknuii front and a nn mber
of tli. fBfntjiimisl Part\ presidium
alt em MbTkhi: ceremonies.
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in the l'.uii.l. star, on the issue, oro
iiiij .i! another.
Secretarj I hint her I tiehl
said in replj to a .IT.\ question
that the cabinet mill discuss the
statute in the mar future because
"a decision will have t<> be made
sometime." The Bremen City
Council this woi k adopted a reso-
lution calling for abolition .>f the
statute ol limitations
Hassidic Music' Is Topic
Leon Segal "ill speak on "The
Development of Hassidic Music,"
at a meeting ol the Chug Ivri He-
brew Speaking Group >>f the North
Shore area oi Miami Beach al 2
p.m. Tuesday in the library of
Temple Menorah. Oiirlvle Ave. and
7">th St Miami Beach.
l'li.'Joint Distribution Commit-
ti has shipped i lose to 520,0m
pounds of matzoh and other Pass-
ovi i supplies, almost all of it to
Europe, for distribution to Jewish
communities before the holidays, It
was announced this week by Sam-
u< l L, Habet. JDC executive vice
chairman.
The first Passover seder will
take place tins year Wednesday
rting, April _'. Funds for Pass
i : reliel and other Jl ><' health
and v. Ifai e pi rams are pi o\
!;. by the campaigns ol the ,
nited Jew .- h App al.
two years t In
186 000
, I.. Mi I [ab< i
rhis ineludi I
meal, and 110 [xiunds "I
i oh. JDC has i
. ii ; R mania.
except n of thi
'.i I i mil i.
nds of matzoh hieh wenl to
Melllla in S|>ai ish Morocco, th<
Passovet been ship-
ied to seven Jewish communities
in Western Europe B Igium,
Krai Grei ce, Itafj. Portugal.
Spain and Yugoslavia.
In addition, Mr. Haher said, spe-
ial grants will be issued to ne
lews in Morocc Tunisia and Iran
t iroduced Passover supplies.
B< cause ol technical difficulties
Firsf Seder At Duponf Plaza
What is thought to t><- the first
Sedi r to be held in a major Miami
hotel has i en scheduled by
.1 skip" Shepard of the Dupont
Plata Ilot.d for 7 p.m. Wednesday,
' April 2, with services conducted by
a renowned cantor, Reservations
foi ill, traditional Passover Seder,
an eight-course, feast, are bi
1 accepted by Jerrj Stone.
in Tunisia. Mr. Haber said, it ma> wm< pounds of m;
become necessarj to purchasi ibroad for distribution

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Alsop
Continued from Pag* 4-A
fortunate groups, the Je^"S and
the Chinese, the Japanese and
the Kpiscormlians-Presbyterians.
As Moymhan correctly notes.
>l the four groups were for-
. victims of the bitterest
prejudice. The Chinese and Japa-
furthermore, are just as
much sit apart by skin col >r as
are numbers of our black mi-
Ity.
figures in the next <
v ill be wholly different l>
cf the great expansion of univer-
Liation. but the 1960 cen- ,
d itory. In 1960. the ,
Chinese and Japanese had over j
i chUdn n between 18 ,
| 24ii u rersities w hite '
!y a bit more
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: th S< iml
family -.
inabl) pla I
in the remarkable
ling fans em-
i that "blai k
a mere vai
i
.i the Chim se an also playi (l a kej
In 'hi way they have seizi d
tunitiea for self-ad>
and, above all, i'" family-
advancement, with so much vigor
and >> lf-confidence.
In addition, however, this story
iA these triumphant escapes from
discrimination and prejudice in-
evitaUy rais<'s grave doubts
about much that is now going on.
Will 'black studies." for instance,
really lead to much higher black
achievement in the larger Amer-
ican community?
i >r will 'black studies" too oft-
< n turn into a kind of copout. a
kind of reverse-racist cocoon, in
which black students will find
easy refuge? For it is far more
important for them, and for the
u hole black community, to do the
far harder work of preparing
themselves to be doctors, law-
-.. n and the like.
Joseph R. Mondres Is Chairman
Of Forte Towers Bond Dinner
Copyright. 196*. Log Angeles Timto
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For Late Premier
NEW YORK 'JTAi Tel Aviv
will name a new unit
its tin Lev! Kshko!
T< chnological Sciences
Its pres lent, I>r <; rgc S. Wise.
announci d this w i k
en in
I f ii ;hi late
Pi v iai of "the
had shown ir.
noiogy
in It
terwill
zen b .' said. Its
first ighl in the
iti re. Bj
in a i
Her I
It '.' ill I egin with a
seai ch top-
i' th xisting de-
nts in i ienees il
: -.'. and m ill a' ate
lied aspects
: un, to
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firsl
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third will include a
nt and irth will
cializatlon,
Pincus Calls For
French Immigration
PARIS (JTAl Th< chairman
of the Jewish News Agency urged
Fn nch J* ws this week to emigrate
t Israi I and told them that ab-
u rption facilities have been great-
is improved in recent months. Ar-
yeh L. Pincus. who also heads the
Jewish Agency's immigration de-
partment, spoke at a meeting of
the French Aliyah Commission
attended by .'{50 delegates from
Zionist organizations whose mem-
bers have pledged to settle in Is-
rai I within three years.
Mr. Pincus stressed that the first
tep toward successful integration
into Israeli life was a knowledge
of Hebrew. He urged parents and
J< wish organizations to encourage
Hebrew studies either at Jewish
Agency classes or in French
schools where Hebrew is an op-
tional foreign language. He said Is-
rael welcomed aliyah from France
with its cultural and scientific her-
itage. Reports disclosed that 4.200
pi rsons had immigrated to Israel
from France last year and 6.500
more have opened aliyah files at
the Jewish Agency offices.
Joseph R. Mondres. communal
and civic 1. ader. will serve as
chairman of the Forte Tow i i -
Israel Dinner of Staf at ''
p.m. Sunday in the Fontaini
Hotel.
It will be at this occasion that
Rabbi David Raab. spiritual II adi i
of Temple Beth Raphael, will be
tlv recipii nt of the J- rusalem Lib-
eration Award in recognition of
his exemplary si rvkse on behalf of
Israel.
The award will be bestowed
upon Rabbi Raab by Yekutiel Or-
gel. emissary of the Stat of Israel
in the United States and a mem-
ber of Israel's Permanent Mission
at the United Nations.
Preparations for a i> stive 'tin-
ner have been completed by the
committee of patron hosts under
ship of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Holtz. Cochairmen of the
dinnei an Harry Bernstein, Dr.
Max Cooper, Dr, Adolph Finkler,
Max Fisher
Is Appointed
Nixon Aide
Continued From Pge 1-A
i is tin President's conl dant
I Jewish Lnti st
Mr. Fisher has mi anwhili
Seen tary I the
I lepai' n i nt of Hi ban
on urban prol ira
The Ji wish I tignati d
I Mr. Nixon during the i
to a .' -s- : rbai ffairs. H
m d t'ii a
for Nixon" and other political
Benjamin Tupler. and Sol Podol-
sky.
Mr Orgel is one of his country'8
foremost diplomatic representa-
tlves In addition to hi- Bi I i
the United Nations. In has served
as a member of Israi I's Embassy
in Washington.
Prior to entering Israi I's diplo-
matic service. Mr i Wgi I was a
ranking Journalist in the Middle
East and was on the stafl of the
Jerusali m Post.
Ral hi Raab is a ation
Israeli, born in Tel Aviv, and
yrai Moshe Shmuel Raal
foundi r ol Pi tai h Tlkvah, the first
o ony stablishi d ii Is-
rai I Rabbi R lab was ordaini d at
the Hi brew fnl n O Hi gi Ji ish
i itil iti ol I. as
: with hi
A leadei
i n inal cndi II is Is-
a< I Rabl I Ri b is resi
of the Southeastern Region of th.
Zionist Organization of America.
He is a member of thi nti >i
Conference ol Ann rTcan Ral
and a national cabinet member 'f
the Jomt Distribution Con nitt< a
The entertainment ;iortiot of Hc
\i ning will be highlighted by I.ott
Shor, comedian and raconte i. ajnS
> of the outstanding ex orient*.
,! Ann man .! w ih humor He has
starred on Ii ailing tefc\U:.n and
Preceding th- riirtiicr (Mart will
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Friday. March 21. 1969
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Vaqe 9-A
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Hillel May Support Youth Against Draft
Cantor David Conviser of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom will direct a
cantata "Count Down or Coven-
ant'' based on the Prophets and
the Bock of Deuteronomy at
Friday evening services at the
Temple. Text is by Henry Ziegl-
cr and th music is by Frede-
: Piket.
A Majority Of One'
IT* 1 NM 'AHA f Gi
I i B'V ^ih si will |
t'.VO II
'" ,n 1 > ; j ind
ll H ;..;n Stai
. c late
Jit rg made tan
..' l-.il Lustig lu
Charles Pipkins Honored
star Chapter of City >:
; starch O nt< i will
sent
the xi .:i" award ai I
i Ho* I Sunday. Marel
: t-piT will i ,\
Continued from Pago I-A
historical, cultural and H.ilaehic
Jewish background for conaci n-
tlous objection and r< sistance to
war" if a majority of Hillel
ehapti is adopt the same or similar
ic -.i I :; in: -
Other resolutions assailed Negro
anti-Si mitism as a "ploy*' by in-
ii rested parties to deflect the Ne-
groes' struggle for equal rights;
demanded an increase over the
cum nt 80 departments of Jewish
stiK.ii s in colleges across the coun-
try; demanded improvements in
(in content of elementary J- wish
education; urged Jewish institu-
tions t.i support Isi ,u I and the idea
.if J: w is!i voluntary service !i> that
country; and call, d on Jewish or-
ations to provide "informa-
tion" f>n Jewish students to coun-
teract Arab propaganda on Amer-
ican campuses. Tin- resolution per-
taining to the establishment of
itinnal dcpartmi nts "i Jew ish
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studies noted i>ointedly that "sit-
ins." demonstratioi..; and all ways
of bringing public pressure to bear
on university administrators might
be needed.
The conference heard frank and
sometimes angry criticism by the
student leaden of what they con-
sidered to be rigid and self-serving
aspects of organized Jewish life in
this country. The youngsters who
represented members of tradition-
oriented Jewish campus groups as
>vtll as activists of the New Lift
charged specifically that the Jew-
ish "Establishment" neglected eth-
ical issues such as the Vietnam
Eniaiiii-El PTA
Sponsors Annual
Institute
war. poverty and the Negro strug- \ cation of commurd|y funds.
gle, and were preoccupied with
budgets and institutionali/.d rtt- Students have demonstrated
uals.
Dean Marver H. Bernstein, of
the Woodrow Wilson School of
Public and International Affairs at
Princeton University, who was
elected chairman of the Hillel
."' mmission. said the students
would ha\e "a partnership role" in
Ih<- planning of future conferences.
He urged that the college genera-
tion be given its "rightful say" in
determining priorities in the a'lo-
that they evaluate Jewish institu-
tions in terms of their contribu-
tion to the improvement of Jewish
education, to the development and
financing of programs to improve
the quality of Jewish life anil to
the support of the demoei.itlc
growth of Israel." Dean Bernstein
said. "Using these criteria, they
have the courage that many of
their IderS lack in high-lighting
the inadequacies and self-serving
interests of organized Jewish life."
Passover
Jewish Scientists
From Poland Find
Haven At Yeshiva
N..,,. .- y .
Polish Jewish acadi
ii ,1 bj tin inti-
I "ni
s : Dr. Arthur B its
said I wee!
: -
Polish
last moni
i i'
, i I his
wifi I'S wet
...
lias
A c >nd Poli i in has
: ci in ; ol and
st a i n
- to the !
I it :\ ;' it the school
lions fi om
.
ams
trv." Illu of
he
was the fact t! it ii oi e uni-
sitj whera there w< n seven
ish membets of a science fac-
ulty of 10, oi Iv two J. w- remain,
OLYMPIC wrestling champion
Henry Wittenberg and his son,
Mike, both won Maeeabiah Games
wrestling matcJus.
The Parent-Teacher Association
ol Tenvle Emanu-EI will sponsor
i Rook Fair and Pass ver Institute
' r.m. Snndav, March 'A ,.i the
North Branch School Building, 727
77th St., Miami Beach, Mrs, Ellis
M. Bat 11st, president, h is
nounci d.
RnbN 1 hi..... itnal
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answ questi >n:
the ho'i f 1 i \ i.
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The Senior Citizens Club of the Delmcnico Hotel, Miami
Beach, launched their campaign on behalf of the 1969
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergancy Fund Drive,
and for the third consecutive year leads 50 area clubs and
folk organizations in raising money for CJA-IEF. Dr. Morton
Steinberg deft), chairman of the Club, presents a check for
S3,507 to Sender M. Kaplan of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Also shown are 'from left'. Mrs. Minnie Slow-
shower, and Mrs. Celia Ackerman, chairman for the Del-
monico Hotel CJA-IEF.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
proudly announces fhaf
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY and CANTOR TIBOR MOSS
will conduct
COMMUNITY PASSOVER SEDERIM
on the first two nights of Passover,
APRIL 2nd and3rd
in the Social Hall of the Temple
For Reservations Call 947-1435
1025 N.E. Miami Gerdens Drive, North Miami Beach
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
as a service to the community is sponsoring
TWO SEDORIM
Wednesday, April 2nd and Thursday, April 3rd
at the
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10th Street at Alton Road, at 7 P.M.
Conducted by our Renowned
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Catered by SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS
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THIRD SEDER CELEBRATION
Commemorating the
Twenty-First Anniversary
of the State of Israel
Honoring
MRS. ELSIE BONEM
SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1969 6:30 P.M.
Hotel FONTAINEBLEAU, MIAMI BEACH
DR MICHAEL SOSSIN
President
R4BBI LEON KRONISH
Honorary Chairman
JACOP RIFKIN
Chairman
Guest Speaker
HONORABLE ZYI CASPI
Musical Program
THE MASTER SINGER OF HIS PEOPLE,' SIDOR BELARSKY
Couvert: $10:00
RESERVATIONS: 538-1231
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ISK&Et HISTflOffUT COUNCIL
Of SOUTH flOUOA
Patsover Dietary lavs Observed
Greater Miami Council
tor Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel
Continued from Page 4-A
thatu v. iis t'uo'l rid-
flanc ,ii il th i.!. o ildn"! gel
them an., how.
Although the Prohibition Era
created most of the notorious
J> wish gai gst< i-. I think il good
t" n mind out selves thai New
York Cil ,-'s I wci Easl Side ghet-
to in its i .niy daj b< ars a strik-
1 ilai it) to ilu- black ghet-
tos .ii our time in their high
crime incidence. The immigrants
ni were iis victims. Hut the crimin-
als uvn themselves Jews, more
Americanized and with less of the
restraints <>i the new arrivals,
"The ap|>earance of an ungov-
ernable youth after the turn of
the century was undeniable and
excited apprehension." according
to "The Promised "it \." a l.....k
on New York i twei n L870-1914.
In lVHHi. this source relates, some
."..();) Jewish children were
broughl before Juvenile Court for
a \ ii ii t> of "ifenses. "Beardi !
Jews often were viciously as-
saulted by hoodlums, both non-
Jews and Jews ."
Poverty, job discrimination,
ov< rcrowded housing were among
the factors that produced the
first generation of Jewish crimi-
nals and the Irish criminals !>-
fore them, and the Italians after.
As wc watch the agony ol our
cities, troubled by Nero and
Puerto Kuan conflict, some of us
wonder if we are wise enough nol
to rep at tins sad historj by
Ii arning something of it and tak-
ing the obvious steps t<> end the
dreary cycle ol poverty-spawned
crlminalit>

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* lr**i*fi FI*riHH**m
Friday, March 21, 1969
France Drops Demand For Full Withdrawal
C*ntinued#tm Pag* 1-A
European trip (his month. Presi-
dent Nixon indicated that he was
encouraged by the talks on the
Middle East.
Earlier this week. Israeli For-
eign Minister Abba Eban said on
the nationally tdevised "Jleet tht
Press" progi am that he saw "no
erosion" in President Nixon's Mid-
east position and reiterated Is-
rael's firm (x>sition that there
would be no withdrawal from occu-
: led territories tx'fore there is
eace with its Arab neighbors. Mr.
Eban a'so voiced strong op|sition
to any solution "imposed" on the
by the Mi: Four poweis
which, he contended, would "g ob-
.i!./i'" whal is now a local conflict
and thus increase the danger of
nuck ar confrontation.
Mr. El an conl 'rred with Presi-
dent Nixon in the White House,
met with Sccretarj of State U'il-
Haifl i' Rogers on four other occa-
sl ins, and spi nl 75 minutes at the
United Nations with Secretary-
General U Thant.
Tile Israt li diplomat, app.
before the National Press cfisS;
stressed what he conatlemi toJk*
(he complexity, and peril" of b>g.
:wit iru.vrantees for a Mideast
settlement. Mr. Eban said that his
m. erthRs with Mr. Nixon and ot -
r officials had convinced him that
"the basic principles of U.S. policy
in the Mideast over the post two
. ats are still intact."

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warm relations that exist between
the two countries. The delegation,
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Security Committee, also Includes
Shimon Peres, former deputy De-
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welcomed by Israel Ambassador
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The parliamentary mission was
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fJewisti FIcridHan
Friday. March 21. 1969
THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALLOB
I Why Teens Stay A t
Jewish High Schools
Tiik aimwkkxti.y widespread view that J.-wish child-
ren attend Jewish high schools largely because of
urental pressures rather than out of choice, is strongly
disputed by the findings of a recenl study by a Cleve-
land educator
The study was made by Dr. Martin Goldstein, princi-
pal of tin' College of Jewish siu.Ins in Cleveland on in
the current issue >'. The <\n ig gue School," a publ
tion of the Commission on Jewish Education of the
; the assi elation <>: Con-
servative con rhestudj was conducted through
two questionnaires given to sophmore, junior and sei
students at an Intensive afternoon Hebrew high school
with .i ten-hour weeklj course ol studj Respons wi
ive I fn n B 10m ires, 55 juniors and 5 i seniors
Dr. Goldstein explained thai freshman students hid
been omited from his sample so thai the stud)
deal with retention of students The premisi was 1
students moti\ ited t.> enroll b) external pressures might
drop out before reaching the upper classes. Similirly,
when students In the sample cited "stimulat ng eours -
me of the reas ins foi their attendance, it w is a -
this would be on the i as s of c sp I rices n :-
1!.
Half soph es, i i -ni of the juniors an I
75 percent of the seniors listed as one ol the main
ittendance the "need for Jewish ed
tion, Heated in erences bj the n to the
rtance of knowing the Jewish heritage i I
ither p sitive respons s, In d i .. iuency, wen
In\. ol Hi i< w, nn ipect iti in to teach li rew
- nulating courses n I the h ipe "to go to [si
Si vi nteen I : tudents listed si
sons I >r attending and 19
' Dr. c. dte n ass
t thi ta s '( rt lin'.j ; the
ir iti in by students and pi
and, times, c< H
ttend b cause ol compulsi in." A br
down of the 19 : rcenl figu showi I thai the hig
thi gi ide, the lower the actor of reported
whit h was I is 1 percei the si]
of the iunioi md nine p rcent ol I
The Iso wi re asked whetfo r thej f It
ed" to attend Hebrew high school. Twenty-four
percent of thi 197 students said they did. About half
of the seniors said that by "force," they meant the
"obligation to themselves" t> continue their Jewish stu-
dies because their consciences would "bother" them if
they dropped out.
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
'Petrocelli; Lawyer'
Hollywood
eillNKY .1. FtRIK. a 36-year-
old. Toronto-born Jewish boy,
most recently completed his first
Hollywood movie, "Petrocelli;
Lawyer," filmed without advance
press notice oi trumped-up pub-
licity. Hardly anyone at Para-
mount was aware that the young
director had been at work at the studio's smaller
lot and on location in Colorado Springs. "Petrocelli;
Lawyer" is the fictionized account of the Sam
: I inl murder case with the factual backbround
supplied bj criminal attorney F. Lee Bailey, who
defended thi Cleveland osteopath accused of mur-
dei in i his wife.
1 was the first to Interview the rather shy film
director who rose to world recognition with the
thriller, "The [pcress Kilo." mute for Harrj Salte-
rn .n four yeai ago. it was a contriv-
ed spj yarn that catapulted Micha I Caine to fame
and fortune, C ine at the time was known onlj for
his po tray a I I a fo pj h B itish e itenant in .lo-
in oduct "i of "Zulu."
' with
the Stuart-Whitman I The Mark." winner
of the 1961 Samuel Goldwyn Award, introduced me
to Sidne> Furie aft r th latter had guided for him
"The Leather Boys," controversial st ry with the sex relationship of two > ung cockneys,
shot In semi-documentary fashion In the suburbs of
Loi d n and Manchester.
On the strength of 'The Leather Boys. i
even more. "The Ipcn a File," Furie was signed by
Universal in Hollywood, where he directed a
mediocre Western. The Appaloosa," with Marlon
Brand). He made smother spy Ihril'c. "The Naked
Runner." with Frank Sinatra, for Warner Bros, the
latter partly on location in London and Copenhagen.
The two films are noteworthy only for cinematic
brilliance' not for story values.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT

Government Funds Used For Politics
l"Aael
At a time when the
sraeli taxpayer is being ask-
d to tighten his belt as well as
iubscribc generously to another
it voluntary bond issue to pro-
.ide fund for national defense
>e is a'so witness to a great politic-
il i mad! on the public
treasury by the very political
lea li rs who exh irt him i i be happy aixmt paying
\ s.
I'ruler a nev l'i!l, th Government Tn asurj will
list thi sura of 11 10.0 I
fiftCs'n | irties and groups re-
pr sent Kncss I to help them to
n nsi s in the el t'oi
i ii this I ill. The i n ints will b p lid in
: (port. 'ii I i I h h of each [i 1}
t. 1 Idition. p irty vtill !> |* r-
I to i its own resoure no more
ili in an c third o\er the h indout.
1 > spite shai rrass ni nt bj m n> of
hit .il p irt) le i lei s, wh > find ii difl i-
c ii to jusl ifj tl s aid on pu Is. 1 h j are
s, voting in fa nd xtci ling
l heir ; i I m ii r>l thi Icadin poi i I h -
mi in his k\ lanat Ion: Part ins i
i.ii : dues
an I contrihut i
Voter- and taxpayers have -: iken up indigntnit-
|j Thru compaint to the ioint:
One- The majoritj il !-: e.'s citizenry are in-
dependent, not conn- i>ermnnent]y with any
party. Wh> should th tax money bo used for
SUppoi t of il iveinn ent I groups?
Two Kas> income I: om the ; irnitunt tirastiry
will .-ii'. 'H i;e th. par ; '"'- i spend tin* nione>
freely. Kasy come, i
Thi effect 'in- will freeze 11 ib-proses*
poli'. 'i .-I I' existing laj
ba
I "'"'.
nai parties
A-hich ate il i'ld pi* Ni.. >
-. e. Tax n i i. .
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As IVp Wfire Saying:
By ROSERT E. SEGAL
Smoke Machines are Working Overtime
p.M.t.-oi'T the count ry
Y ii.. widely pu I le
issui is ginning t i
tl 'I' U<
' the open
tug at th
The I'tti s revealed I -
i sh c immunity hi i up
of the s.....tin e ii.- on the far si le,
he effor > militants, black md white, to led i
Jewish-Black differences as the Nun i I con-
'' ol the nation, not only in New York out in e\ >
American city, seen frequently contrivid
It was reported the othei r"aj that s me Jew -'i
leaders up in Canada are woi tied o !: i la -|< antl-Semit sin
there. Seems that I he percentage ni Negroes is higher in
II Wax than it is in Omaha or Minneapolis; hence ii
fellow figured out that Halifax has to have a Jewish-
Dlack crisis. In New York, one Jewish leader came up
with the Interesting news that anti-S mitism display !
bj i.hicks was prompting Jews in th i area to take up
residence in Israel. As the returns continue to come in
from New York. ;i rabbi declared that "almost every
channel or communication in the Cnitcd States is being
used to spread vicious anti-Semitic remarks."
What a field day for those who love to s t off alarm
bells not only in the night but right around the clock!
Black militants, roughly estimated at about me in
every six <>f all Negroes in the Unite.1 States, are joining
with sections of the New I., ft to blow up a storm about
Jewish-Black tensions in a nunlv- of cities A wise ob-
server 111" days of Joe ...
;
Path
111 a I live p
l I.co I .- .'
n by Al
Shonl iiited I lion of 1
"T1' |uantity a few ant
i. ..
' le helps to i xptain I he
li d by mun> Jews In New York. Leo
n at this time pi
,hal anti-Sem:tim i tor in the Negro
1 i i >.
But, h how hard at work is thai f ipous self-fulfill-
'"- I" hl O that wish bj >m who prefer excite-
'it in pea
" course, there are Negroes who loathe Jews. The
terrain has been covered hundreds of times in studies,
ditoria's, features, and ,, the nil One landlord who
justifial Ij earns the title slumloid or one merchant who
k'ts his hatred r>r his black customers take the form ol
' nastj ititn.'. and questionable selling pracglces can
make u black h.t. communit) vengeful towards Jew-.
rhere s lutk Justification roi such a turn, but life
Isnl alwajs sketched out in neat patten*. Actuallj if
i.lack- wetv to choose Hi.- targets ol lltoir wrath on the
haul oi quantity, the fact that huge dob dissftninaton
reservoirs are in the hands ol Protesters an I some black
wa.d .-, ,i sygtems and police depaifments are manned
mainlj by Catnolics would clear!, suur^ other directions
for prejudice.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
A Million Dollars Is A Lot Of Faith
A UK.It POINT ol th
national coi I ol Israel
Bonds at Miami B ch was an-
nounci I ih it om m in lughl
a ; bond Tl i- h u
ne\ei fore.
Wh it is a mi.lion .1
illed a story t ild by
bus 11 nil Is, Secretarj ol
the Navj in the Woodrow Wilson Administration, in
his autobiography.
In the little North Carolina town of Danii Is, ne
of its citizens w is murdere i, leaving beh nd a
widow with scanty resources. At a meeting, one
citizen after another arose to tell how much the
deceased had meant to him. Then a little Jewish
-ton keeper arose, and he said:
Winds are one way of showing appreciation
and 1.,-lh but there is a better way. To me. my
dead friend was Worth $50 and I give it for a fund
for his widow." One after another, the citizens arose
until a Itind of a thousand dollars was raised for
the widow.
_ '''"' """' can ... ,,. .,,, nwn,.rt
'"' d [Mtrchase was no doubt
" the pnehaser to the pi -
n the M .,.
n this time |
I .lust ., whol
' .it noneS
A'"' B nis One
":.h moved. Mi i-.. ,ki ,,.
Rald- "; "''' is wo th million dollars
"K" '' '' ; "on w d Eshk. quietly,
A stati cant be run without m iney. When
Eshkol tool over th. Financ. Ministry, money was
""' ""' "" larael didn't have. The s.crv told
thai one I- a. li out of work c.mc to Hen-tJn.m
asking that he ba appointed to a cabinet tea,
"Well Said Ben-Gurion, "if you want, you can
be Colonial Min'ster."
"But Israel has DO colonies," said th- man.
"So n'hatT" said Ben-Gurtca "we twve no
finances, but we have a Finance Minister."
i
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r, Maich 21. 1969
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Obituaries
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I
Dr. Bernard Lieberman (center) the recipient of the Jeru-
salem Liberation Award at the Temple Zion-Israel Dinner
of State on behalf of Israel Bonds. The award was con-
ferred upon Dr. Lieberman by Colonel Yerocham Amitai.
Deputy Commander of Israel's Air Force, as Rabbi Alfred
Waxman (center), spiritual leader of the congregation
looks on. Dr. Lieberman, president of Temple Zion, was
honored for his exemplary service for Israel.
If/CD RUSSKOFF. Rrnjaqiln U 1430
nlLK k,|, si M R Itlvi r -1.1.
Inane, ol I4M \ i: 1(9 Si na>*e away Mondaj rani.- to Miami 5 SnluS. ,.r*.....
year* ago from gvnu-uM S v Hur- wiener. Max. ,. ...... Colllnc Ave
viv.l by his wife Mnllir Ku.irral ,.,.-_.,..',"','""'
nervier* .r, In Byratum N V \t- WISEMAN. Lena, M, 57n s w 10th
cal arratutemenu i>\ Tin- Etlveraidv Sl Uordon. Interment Star of
X..M i: Chut* i ''4V'
--------------, KATZ. Mnrria, .". 1414 Colllnn Ave.,
M r. Newman,
FREDERICK. Lenore, 117 S Shi-r.- KRAMER, i;ii.k;i Ituih. .".4. 1331 15th
I>r ltieride Interment star of *',-,-M_,! Oordon
David levins. Samuel, t, r.i Ocean Dr.,
GLASS. Ann Holsman, 158, ISO* BUClid ^!.'! KjjrerHlde.
A\e.. M 11. Cordon. Iiit.-rni'iU Ml LEWIS. Harry .:. :':::.. Inrllnn Creek
\. i, iv M B. New in.io
GORDON. Flnr.n. .. .;4 B775 Collus* MARSH Hollle. .;-. UOfl Pennyl-
Ave m B. Blaaberg. Interment M' iu);'"1;,- v^5' hI:ivJ..tb ,
\,.|, MICHAELSON. MorriH, 18, linn IVnn-
GREEN. Herman. 58. 4.4<> Alton Rd.. K^tnJ|i%Ave.!Mi? Bfefbt3t
MH Blaabent OLITSKV. Abraham. X". l.....> Collins
GROSSMAN. J,..,.-,,),. TJ, 818 N.K. RTlti .AVaLB J :"nl"". ,,
st Riverside i FELDMAN, Moriia. 10, 8601 s Ocean
HILLMAN. ll.njamin. TV MS I fcUln* F .^fbmTn \, ^"ITl'-.u^u *','",'
Ave Mil Nt-wmin fitterman, Rene, M, 1590 Hay |{.l .
HOFFMAN. Kva. 7.1. Ml Collins Avr *' '' l*! 'I 'aa** a*?!- &
M H Kivtsi|<1' GULKI5. Morris. M. ....I! s \\ rifth
hvman. Mauri... H. 9. 1S4H0 N.K I i;"r'1"" Interment Ml
Sixth Av* Riverside
HILVARD.
KASSEL, Nathan. 7s, 1450 N.E. 17th
Harh'ir I r. Riverside
?". ..I"" West Bay
st No m n Riverside
Izech Jews Form First Ties Abroad
L< >NDON .' l'.\> The Coun-
II i i Jewi >m <'/i choalovakia
i n announ i this week that it
aa i itablii i ontact with the
w ish Communitii s
i S ivakia i th< first time since
a fork i.il st.iti' in
rs i c. i h slovakian
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$29.50 Week
RAMA auto rentals
'630 \ E 163rd STREET
945-S310
.i ti Pn sov, Kosice and Galanta,
and they lead an active religious
According to reports from
. a wn ath was plao >i on
i I',. Bid* nt Svoboda of
I ''.tl' ia oi trial to
. .'. wish n ai tyrs kill* d in
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AlversMe ""'"" ,J- Ml"'" l:,;"h OSROWIT2. Sara. 68, MO KinKsporl
PLatt'. Pearl, 59, MM W Bay Mar- r"" Rlve^,,'d
bor it. mh Newman SALZMAN. Mabel, >-.-. Alamanda
QUINTON. m.i v 82, 2000 Liberty Ave., |,r Riverside Interment l-nkexidi
iM.i^fiuawL ,S,rlTm;n,.Mt-.N*n" STEMPEL. Hr,v. s|. !,: Euclid
WALKENSTEIN. Kthel. 71. S2S Wash- Ave.. Ml: Riverside
ln ton Ave MH Riverside. Inter- hill t.i ts i .,.. nv r,i m r
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LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE I
SCNEDtllfO ONVEIirNGS
Sunday, March 23, 1969
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
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3 P.M.
Rjhhi Sol Landau
SEE WHAT YOU BUY I
DO NOT BUY FROM
MAIL ORDER FIRMS
AND BE SORRYI
Buy Direct from the
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Miami's Only
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3279 S W. 8th Street
HI 40921 Phone' HI 4 0921
Micmi Brrch: Phone
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LOVING
MEYER "MIKE"
FORER,
Founder
East Coast Shoe Corp.
Passed away March 29,
1967
THEr" who think thot you on cone
BECAUSE no more your face fhey
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Loving Wife and
Children
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Academy To Dedicate
New Rosen Building
Dedication eeremonies for the
Dorothy nnd I^onaid Rosen K.du-
cation Baildint of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami will be
heM at the Miami Beach school
April 9, it was announced tins
week by Louis Merwttzer, presi-
dent and Rahbi Alexander s.
i.' on, principal.
The Sunday morning exerclaea
will celebrate the naming of the
i.i. Ilitj in honor of tw> of the He-
brew Academy*! most active sup-
portcn i-eonard Roaen is chair-
i in of the board ol director! and
hil wife, Dorothy, is past president
of tin Hi biw Academy Women.
The Rosen family has played a
leading role in the growth of the
South'! largest Hebrew day seh.H)l
llnce moving here from Baltimore.
Jack Roaen, Leon ird'! brother.
wai guest of honor at this years
21st annual scholarship dinner of,
the lb brew Academy.
'Th. lifelong interest of Doro-
thy and I>-onard Rosen in Jewish
education makes the designation
of thh facility In their honor an
obvious selection." Rabbi Gross
Bl it.-.:.
He pointed out that Mr. Rosen
recently was nan* : deputy chair-
man of the boaid o! gi vernors of
T.l Avh Universit) and also is a
t under of the new campus of the
H bicw University In Jerusalem.
d of the Harry s Ti iman Peace
Ci lit. i In Israel
I'nsi.l. nt of Temple Menorah of
Miami Beach, Mr. Risen is former
general chairman ol the Greater
Miami Committee i u State of Is-
Jewish Floridlilaia
Miami. Florida Friday. March 21, 1969
Seclion B
Hebrew U. Dean Is Due Here
AND MRS. LiONARD ROSIN
racl Bonds and served as chairman
ot the I9t".7 Israel Emergency
Fund, organised on the first day of
the Six-Day War.
He currently is serving as co-
chairman Of the Paeesetteis Di\ i-
lon of the CJA-IEF drive in
Greater Miami and was honored
last month by the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America during
its loth annual convocation at
Temple Emanu-EL
Dorothy Rosen is former chair-
man ol the women's division of Is-
rael Bonds here, and has played
active roles In Temple Menorah.
th. C.re.it. r Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and other causes as well as
continuing to serve actively with
the Hebrew Academj Women and I
other organizations supporting the
Miami Beach school.
The Rosens have an extensive
art collection and have been major
supporters of the arts here. Mr.
Rosi n was elected a barter mem-
ber of the board ol I > ol the
Greater Miami Philharmonic.
Prof. Reuven Yaron. dean of the
Law School at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, will address
Greater Miami attorneys at a
luncheon Thursday, March 28. in
the Dujiont P] i2s Hotel.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, chair-
man of the attorneys' committee
within the South Floiula Division
ol the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, will co-host
the luncheon with Stanley C.
Myers and Shepard Broad.
The Development of Israeli Law
and U-ual Education In Israel will
l>e discussed In Dean Yaron with
a brief question and answer period
included in the program
Born in Vienna, Dr. Yaron is a
graduate of the first law school
class at the Hebrew University. In
1954 he went to Britain for post-
graduate studies at Aberdeen and
latei at Oxford where he received
his I'h I) degree it: 1936.
( Following a year as lecturer in
, Jurisprudence at the University of
Ab Tdei n, Dr. Yaron returned to
Jerusalem in 1957 and has been a
lecturer in Roman Law and An-
ii nt Near-Eastern I-aw. Since
19'>t; a member <,r the executive
uncil of the International Asso-
ciation of University Professors
and Lecturers, Prof. Yaron is the
author ol several books and arti-
cles in the sphere of Roman I.aw
and legal problems of the Ancient
Near East. He has been dean of
the Faculty of Law at the Hebn w
University since i%7.
In addition to the luncheon
sent duled for March 28, Ivan
Yaron will meet with the faculty
of the University of Miami School
of Law at the imitation of Acting
Dean R. C. Benftcz, with Baron de
Hirsch Meyer participating in this
special gathering.
_____ P*Of. MUVfN YARON
Torah Fund Luncheon
The annual Torah Fund I.
eon of Temple Beth Tov will be
hi Id at 1 p.m. Sunday at the T. m-
pie.
Schwartz Is Installed As
President Of Free Loan
rSadore Schwartz has been in-
stalled for ins 19th term as presi-
. :it of the Greatei Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Associatio i The instal-
lation was conducted by Chuck
Hall, mayor of Metropolitan Dade
County.
Mr. Schwartz is active in the
.T m Ish community and is a past
[ resident of the B, th El Social
Club, and vice president of Congre-
gation Beth EL He is president of
Chesed B* I Ernes of Greater Mi-
ami, serves on the Board of Direc-
t >i s of the Greater Miami Jewish
F deration and Blkur ChoHm of
Miami iSeach and is chairman of
th.' Chevra Kadisha of Greater
Miami. He is also a member of the
Knights of Pythias, ikld Fellows
and the Masonic Order.
Franklin D. Kreut/.er was in-
stalled as executive vice president.
He will also serve as general coun-
sel ami legal advisor to the Associ-
ation. Mr. Kreut/er is active in
Jewish and communal activities
Bl d s. iv, as attorney for the
Dade County Democratic Execu-
tive Comniitce and is the chairman
ol tii- City of Miami Charter Re-
\ .w Board. He is a member of
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall (left)
| installs Isadora Schwartz for
[*us 19th term as president of
he Greater Miami Hebrew
[re Loan Association.
the Board oi Directors of the Leu-
ki mi i S.....t. i iv. Club of
i>;>d.- Co ii ty, and the Young Dem-
it -..
< dli. i officers installed by the
Association include Mrs. Rose Sie-
?el, program vice president; Mrs.
Clara Eckhaus, membership vice
n Bklent Mrs Bessie i: tppaport,
treasurer; Z Ida Kunst, recording
secretary; Harry Gitlin, corre-
sponding secretary; Fred Ochs, fi-
nancial secretary.
Reelected to the Advisory Board
ol Directors, which, deals with
matters of membership and fund
raising, were Judge Meyer M. Bril-
liant, Judge Irving Cypen, Mayor
Jay Dcrmer, Honorable Jo" Nevel.
Judge William Pallot. Rabbi Solo-
I mon Schiff and Judge Sam Sih r,
The Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion is d. voted to making interest-
free loans to needy individuals in
the community. The organization
today has assets of $30,000 and 50
members. Loans in excess of
& 1 _".">..HM> have been made.
No salaries are paid to any offi-
1 rer, director or other individual
who works for the Hebrew Free
Loan, permitting the entire assets
: to be used for the needy.
The new Board of Directors will ,
include Mr and Mrs Abe Baikal.
Yv. tta Baxter. Yoland Bernstein,
Anna Blaustein, Gertrude Censer,
Herman Doych Sarah Fidel. Ethel
Gltlen, Max Glick, Mr. and Mrs
Jacob Goodfriend, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Goon, Francis Gropper,
Flsa Kruit/i r. Max Kunst. Mr.
and Mis David Laskin, Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Miller. Gertrude
Phillips. Mi. and Mrs. Max Price,
Murray Rubin. Rose Schwartz.
Frieda Stahl. Doris Silvei man. I-ee
W< gee and Ida W< iss
The organization also provides a
blood hank for its members and
families and also has a special
emergency fund which provides
outright grants to individuals in
immediate need of small sums of
money.
XJ Pi ID I KT E
L
THE TUNIC AND PANTS
Mr. Vito's "two timer"!
a giant collar mini thai doubles
over its wide leg pants
as a looong top. Or,
goes if alone, as a shift. Cotton
duck: navy, yellow-
5-13. $20.
yfs jr. sportswear, all 7 Burdine's stores


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Friday. March 21. 1969
Drink.. Drugs And Morals' Is Topic
Of Symposium At Hebrew Academy
Beth Am Launches CJA Effort
Slate Attorney Richard E. Ger-
Btein was to be principal si>eaker at
a 'Drirrk, Drugs and MWrtrlS" lyYn-
posium in tho auditorium of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ni. 2400 Pinctree Dr.. Miami
h. at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
Alfonso C. Sepe, head of the nar-
cotics division of the state attor-
.s office here, and Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy, also were slated
- -!>eakcrs for the panel discus-
Bion.
The Parent Teachers Associa-
tions of the Hebrew Academy, the
.lesivta High School of Greater
Miami and the Olga and Margaret
\ i ishaus Girls High School are
E tonsaring the meeting.
BecaUK of the growing concern
parents, teachers and students
- ike with the problem of drugs,
. made this public gathering of
if widest possible appeal." Rabbi
Gross asserted. "Narcotics are all
1 to readily available, according to
- emingly reliable information. We
. anxious to know what law cn-
ircement agencies are doing and
hat we as parents and teachers
in do," the principal stated.
RICHARD I. GERSTEIN
Adath Yeshurun Seder
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky an l
Cantor Til>or Moses will conduct
the community seder services of
Temple Adath Yeshurun on the
evenings of April 2 and 3 at the
Temple. 1023 NE Miami Gardens
Dr.. North Miami Hem:
Members of Temple Beth Am
will launch their congregation's
1969 campaign for the Combined
;Jewish Appeai Israel Emergency
Fund Sunday, with a cocktail re-
ception at the home of Judge and
Both Torah To
Dedicate Scroll
A Torah Scroll endowed In
memory of Rabbi and Mrs. Mailech
Lipschitz, parents of Rabbi Max
Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth
Torah Congregation, "ill be dedi-
cated at the North Miami Beach
synagogue a1 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
Rabbi and Mrs. Mailech Lip-
schitz, former residents ol Detroit,
had resided for many years in
Miami Beach where they were
both active in Jewish communal
i affairs.
The Torah was endowed by the
I children of the late Rabbi and Mrs.
Lipschitz Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lip-
schitz, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Radin
of Detroit. Mrs. Norma Rohino-
wita of Miami Reach, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Gordon of Rochester,
, N.Y.
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Mrs. J. David I.ichman.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (filbert
,ire scrxinj? hs co-hosts Ut the
synagogue's effort in behalf of the
twin fund-raising drive s|M>nsorod j
by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
era t ion. More thai 900 families
are members of the South Dade
congregation.
Gerald Schwartz, a member of I
Beth Am and honorary president
of the Zionist Council of South
Florida, will apeak at the meeting.
He is a former national executive
vice president of the American
Committee for Bar-Ilan University
in Israel and was the first South-
ern regional director of Hebrew
University of Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv University.
Rabbi I'ertvrt Baumgard, spir-
itual leader of Tempi.' Beth Am
throughout iis 13-year history.alto
will participate in the reception.
Special :'' si ol honor will be
Col. Yuri Yarom, Israeli Air Force
Attache of the Embassy in Wash-
ington. I>i" Col. Yarom was one
of Urai I'a heroes during the June.
1967 Six-Day War.
Young Israel Model Seder
Th>' annual traditional Model
Seder will held (or the Religious
School childn n ol Young Israel of
Greater Ml i 99 l NE 171st St..
North Miami Beach, at lO.'SO a.m.
Sunday, March 30.
Beth Moshe Sisterhood
Reth Moshe Sistcihood will hold
its pn -Passover luncheon and card
| party at noon Wednesday in the
synagogue's Popiel Social Hall
13630 W. Dixie Hwy.
Chairmen will be Mrs. Sid"' y I.
Schoen and Mrs. Mai tin Ma
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Friday, March 21, 1969
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Beth David Exhibition
To Feature Judaica
Nathaniel Weyl. author end
lecturer presented by Temple
Ner Tamid. Miami Beach, en-
titled "Israel 19S9." at 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Temple. His
subject will be Israel and the
Arab World."
' Gulfstream ORT Auction
Tin Gulfst i i Chapter of
V. an a on at 8 p Saturday,
Marcl 29, at Foil : w< North
Buildii 1000 \V'i il Ave., Miami
I ilh a i ew merchandis- .
North Shore JWV Ladies
A meeting ol the Jewish War
V ten North S Ladies' Aux-
i iary u;]| i*. :,, i clI ? :30 p.m.
W ill i .-...> it- the Washington
FiHtai Audit iri im, 1133 Nor-
Di Miami Beach.
A J laic l Art F< sttval, which
will Include a unique fiction, n
" lcale, a oi e-i in art show, a
ps ol i Khibits, plus a family
' '' I bi it on, v ill be sponsored
b Beth David Congregation on
Man h 29 3 I at its S| ctor Hall,
2625 SW 3rd Ave.. ii was an-
nounced by L. s Ra hline, chairman
of the Fine Arts Committee.
The auction session is considered
unique because it will be the only
such i t nt in Miami which will
!" ature the sal- ol antique Judak a
in large quantities.
Th<> musicale will highlight the
|m rformance of young Israeli pian-
ist Nathan Brand, who will be
making his first Miami appear-
ance, Tin' One-Man show will fea-
ture the works ol Sam Grodensky,
award winning painter noted for
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Temple Emanu-E!'s
Semi-Annual Meet
Set For Saturday
Temple Emanu-EI will hold its
si n i-annual meeting and dai
Saturday night in tin- Grand Ball-
room ol the Soci il Hall and School
Building, 1701 Washington Ave.,
i Beach.
Nominations : u offici rs and di-
n ctors of ttx i n gation will be
reci ived, ac sordini to Joseph Co-
hen, president. Membership ol the
Miami Beach synagogue is more
than 1.500 fan I i< according to
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman of
the hoard.
!' il bl Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader ol Temple Emanu-EI for
more than 29 .:- will speak on
the w i del ing c ill iral, adult educa-
tion, school and religious programs
of the congregation.
Ri si rvations for the synagogue's
annual Passover Sedorim are being
n ci ived In the Temple office. The
S rim. to be conducted by Rabbi
Lehrman with the assistance ol
Cantor Zvi Adier, will be held In
the Ballroom.
Pre-registration for the Irving
11 I rman I \r. School for next year
has begun, according to Judge
Frederick Bai ad. < halt man of :
synagogue's education c immittee.
Judge Barad noted that the
sdi,.ol. celebrating Its loth anni-
versary, is open to members of all
I lade and Broward s_> >gues and
temples.
Leonard Zilbert Installs
Workmen's Circle Officers
The annual installation dinner of
tin' Workmen's Circle Centfgery
Department ol Greater Miami was
to take place Thursday at the
Royal Hungarian Restaurant.
The rollowingjofficeri were to be
installed by Leonard Zilbert, In-
Stalling officer: Sam Levine, chair-
man; Harry SchuMiner, secretary;
Murray Cold, assistant secretary;
Isidore Cohen, treasurer, ami Max
Greenberg, recording secretary.
Israelite Center Sisterhood
The Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will hold a
luncheon at noon Wednesday in
the synagogue's Social Hall. Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Dor man are
sponsoring the luncheon. Mrs.
Chester Letter is chairman and
Mrs. Sol KoenigSOerg is president.
Ticket chairmen we Mrs. David
Schwartz and Mrs. I.ouis Sonskv.
Dr. Beller Is Speaker
Dr. Harry
speaker at a
Florida Senii
at 7 ;3fl p.m.
Beach Fedei
M Ave.
mi mbei Bhip
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Ave.,
Seller will he guest
public nvcting of the
m- Cltii i Club No. '-'
Tuesda> In the Miami
nl Building, 755 W
Th will hold a
:;:iC it 1 p.m. on
'
h.
his Judaic themes. His works have
been shown at the University of
Miami and are in the permam nt
collection ol the Lowe Gallery.
The program for Saturday ev -
ning, March L'9. will include the
musicale. starting at 8 15 p.m fol-
lowed by a reception and the Ju-
daica Exhibit and Sale. The One-
Man Show by Grodensky will he
on display during the evening.
Sunday. March .'!0. will be de-
rated to Family Day for Both |
David Congregation, their families
and friends. It will start at 11 am
and continue through to 5 p.m.
In addition to Mr. Rachline,
members of the Fine Arts Com-
mittee include Mr and Mrs. Julius
Spector, chairmen emeritus; Mrs,
Moie Tendrich, cochairman; Mrs.
Nathan Glover, music chairman;
Mis. Joseph Fisher, museum and
beautification chairman; Mrs. Sol
Landau. Fine Arts school chair-
man; Mrs. Robert Traurig, ticket
Inspecting some of the Judaica items to be shown at the
Fine Arts Festival ol Beth David Congregation are (from
left*: Rabbi Sol Landau, spiitual lecder; Mrs. Moie Tendrich.
cochairman; and Les Rachline, chairman of the Fine Arts
Committee.
chairman; Vice Mayor Irwln G.
Christie, patron chairman; Mrs.
Henry Hods, artist; Mrs. Sam
Badanes, treasurer; Mrs Edward
SouU'. secretary.
other Committee members in-
clude Mrs. Albert Beer, Mr. and
V;- Henry Cordon. Ted (".n I in,
Henry K.imen. Mrs. Bui
Levey, Mrs Les Rachline, Mrs.
(lordon, Mr. and Mi -.
I Mrs c leorgi S i
and Mrs. Morton Weil
Mrs Arthur Winters
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Simcha Dfnitz Will Address Luncheon
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At Spring Luncheon

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The r
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7300 SW I20tl Si
The
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Mrs. M Ion Get Bot
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Chairmi r. of the annual i
are Mn i; ir" I Pii i I Mrs.
;[ i. -i Bockim The plaj wil tn
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Miami Beach JWV Meet
The Miami Beach Post and A \-
iliarj f the War
Vetei!.'.- siere to hold
B p.m Thursdaj ;it the Ameri-
, ii : ;ion Hall 1828 a Ion R I
;; ach.
Lawrence Shuman
New President
Lawrence H. Shuman will ix- in-
stalled as 1909-70 president of
Miami Beach ETnai B'rith Lodge
No. 1591, at the annual Simcha
Kosher installation banquet, floor
show and dance in the Seville Ho-
tel Wednesday evening, March 26.
Mr. Shuman. who succeeds out-
golng president Malcolm H. From-
berg, hails from Baltimore, where
he was past master of the Amica-
ble Lodge of the Masonic Order,
past president of Beth-El Congre-
gation, Baltimore, anil past presi-
dent of the temple's Men's Club.
One of the highlights of the eve-
ning will lx- the presentation of a
gavel to Hon. Paul Seiderman, in
honor of his becoming president in
June of District Grand Lodge No.
5. B'nai B'rith, consisting of the
states of Maryland. Virginia,
North Carolina. South Carolina.
Georgia ami Florida, and the Dis-
trict of Columbia. George Tails-
noff. representing the Lodge, will
make the presentation.

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Fund campaign. Is % I i
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Tifereth Israel Seder
Ti n Tlfi ret I r lei u ill spoi -
a communitj it t p.m.
April -'. in the Temple Soi ial Hall,
6500 \ Miami Avi Rabbi Ralph
Carmi will ci t thi seder sei \ -
i Ice.
; Davids haw
ipment of
ii group
plan
. .! South.
REWARD FOR
INFORMATION
LEADING TO
LOCATION OF
THIS WOMAN
MAIDEN NAME:
Frieda Budoff
ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION
CONCERNING FRIEDA BUDOFF
PLEASE CALL MR. SLOAN AT
3738465
OTHERS
Sossamon, Shaw, Roientttin Ross
PLACE OF BIRTH:
Somewhere in Russia 1903
RELIGION:
Jewish, the daughter of a rabbi
HEIGHT
5'3" S'4"
COLOR OF EYES:
Brown
COLOR OF HAIR:
Naturally liqht brown, bof some-
times Ayti red or blond
HAS LIVED IN THE
FOLLOWING PLACES:
Ptektkill, N.Y.; Norwolh, Conn.;
New Torb City: Potchoe, N.T.;
Phoenii, Ariiona; Maricopo,
Ariiena: Philadelphia, Po.; Atiomi
Beoch ond Orlando, Fforida; and
las Vegas, Nevada.
INTERESTS:
Wrifes poetry and parodies; in-
terested in you'h work and
amateur fheafre, crocheting.
MISCELLANEOUS:
Oufaoina. warm, friendly person.
Has worked ai a bookkeeper and
saleslady particularly in baking
enterprises'. Has worked as a
waitress. Small tear en center
I lower fip.
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Friday. Marrh 21, 1969
Paqe 5-B
Youth Aliyah Luncheons Are Slated
By Miami Beach Hadassah Groups
The Groups of Miami Beach day noon. Entertainment will In-
< iiai't'i ol Hadassah will celebrate
Uh' 35th anniversary of Youth Ali-
>;ih With luncheons during the
;i oiith of March,
>
Tin- ll.T/i Group will hold Its
annual Youl h Ah ah lui cheon at
- BJtl M I ;. M 31, ,il the
In |m rial House, Chair i an of the
1 inj ,- Mi s, Sam Mi rseln
Milton U mix ri; i- i in
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ion
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I; >i i*| 'i will h Mrs Sol!
\ \ delight
ti Mr Mrs Joyci Farlx i
. the pi.Hi'p
lai VI r ilip i\,i;
Ian is projrt I M
Kits \\i stin is pi' sidi nl ol thi
i .up.
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The I'll/.i HOO Group mil hoi.I
it- Youth Aliyah liruneheon Tues-
eludc the Miami Beach Mandolin
Rnw mble, Herman Altman, \o-
callst, an I Lottii Tamies. Mrs.
Rosi Ko| pel is gi oup pn sident.
TI i sii.iioma Group ill hold its
Youth All. ah lu ii hi n in the Fon-
laim bl< au Hoti l .it noon Mondaj
Dietary law will !> obs< i ved. Mrs.
Sirkin will h the guesl
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Mrs. Man-
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ii ipple.
Mis. Ii
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ll'iiii.ii.i Scold (iroup will bo
1 in. Mondn> in the
Hoi I I'm lirman
.. Mrs Johanna Ben jamin. C'haii -
if thi lay will be Mi s. X i-
i han I-': ii dman, Mi s. Sol i \> i n-
. Ii ii' ol 'In (p'oup.
The Ktepben K, Mis.- Group will
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' in iin hi w ill l- bj 1. Bai r>. the
i; utl man I S ie, Proi i i
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Pauline Magid is group presidenl
A regular meeting ol the llrr/.l
Group will be held in the Algiers
Hotel .it noon Monday. The movk
"M Can Happen To You" will l
shown, Group president is Mrs
Milton Weinberg.
Anne Frank BB Sets
Tenth Anniversary Lunch
Th" Anne Frank Chapter ol
B'nai B'rith Women ill hold its
liuh anniversar\ donor lunehecn
on Tuesday at the Sheraton-Four
Ambassadors Hotel, with the char-
ter member- as eui sis ui honor.
Mrs. Sam Kurland, presidenl ol
ihi- Miami Council, B'nai B'rith
Women, will speak and entertain-
ment "ill !" provided bj Ski Skol-
sky. Mis Jack Greenhouse is pres-
ident and Mrs. Mary L. Siegendorl
I i:, chairman ol the evenl
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March 21. in the Jade Winds Bam-
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presidenl ami Mrs, Samuel Peretz
1 is membership vice pn sident.
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Men's Club, Tin' \> ning went as
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Je*Ui> fUrHinn
Friday. March 21. 1969
Lynda Sue StromHeld Changes Her
!\ame To Mrs. Harry Nathan Jacobs
Werner-KabD
MS. HAKRY NATHAN JACOBS
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz offici-
ated at the 8 p.m. ccremonirs Sat-
urday, March 15, when Lynda Sjc
Stromfeld changed her name to
Mrs. Harry Nathan Jacobs. Th<
rec ptlon was held at the S'
Hotel
The bride, who graduated from
La bo v itz-Sch u m a n
Rites At Menorah
Temple Menorah was the setting
; : ptials of Gale L. Schu-
and Mordecai 7- Labovltz.
The Ft-b. 22 ( n mony unil
them in marriage was informed
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
new Mrs. Labovltz is the
ght< r of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
<,. 190 S Shi Dr. Her
l's pan nts are Mr. ami
Mrs. Nathan Labovitz, ]'.
N Y.
Miami Norland Senior High Sell ol
attended the University rvf
Miami graduat d from Flo:
Coll ge of Medical Technology. She
U ti ler ol Mr. and Mrs.
Jack A Stromf) Id, 19651 NE 22nd
Rd., North M ach.
The groom, whose parents are
Mr. Leo Jacobs of Jersey '
City, N.J., is a graduate of Dickin-
son High School in J' rsey City and
i.- attending St. Peter's College.
night division, while teaching at
F< ri is High School there.
For her wedding the bride chose
a long Victorian style Priscilla
gown of candlelight English lace
with a fitted waist, high beaded
collar and long scalloped train. She
carried a nosegay of yellow tea-
roses.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Loren
Tweed, served as her matron of
honor; bridesmaids were Darrell
Sonner and Cheryl Deakter. and
Robin Jacobs served as junior
bridesmaid, jerry Jacobs served as
best man: ushers were Roger Da-
vis and Edwin Grodman.
After a one-week honeymoon at
the Playboy Club Hotel. Jamaica,
the couple will live in Jersey City.
N.J.
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MRS. MORDECAI Z. IAB0V/TZ
Girl For Laurence Feingolds
arrival ol daughter Lauren
Tarn at Baptist Hospital Saturday.
Feb. 22, has been announced by
pan nts. Mr.and Mrs. Laurence
Feingold, 421 Aurelia Ave.. Coral
Gables. Grandparents of the 8 lb..
.'* to., 21-inch bundle are Joseph
F< ingold of Elizabeth, N.J.. and
Mrs. Ann Siritz of Miami and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Jaffe, also of
Miami.

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Joan Rae Berkow
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berkow.
6061 SYV 63rd Ct.. announce the
< ngagement of their daughter,
Joan Rae. to Michael Kurt Rook-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Bookman, 1900 San Souci Blvd.
The bride-to-be, who is a gradu-
ate of Coral Gables Senior High
s hool, attended Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and the University of
the Americas In Mexico.
Mr. Bookman is a graduate Beta
Alpha Psi from the University of
Miami, where he is now attending
for bis Master's degree.
The couple plans to many in
August.
Dana Albert Weds
Donald Brager In
Sunday Ceremony
Rabbi Max Shai Iro official
the Seville Hot- t hi It
big Pnna F. Albert and Donald S.
! Snnd ly, Mai eh
16. A reception at the hotel fol-
lowed.
The bride, daughter of George
and Ruth Albert, 15721 NE 14th
Ave. North Mir-: Bench, gradu-
ated from North Miami Senior
High School and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College. She was attended by
Lynn Albert, maid of honor, and
niation of honor Harriet Brow-
man. She selected a wedding dress
of white chiffon, with beaded neck-
line and cuffs, and carried a bridal
bouquet of white roses.
Her husband, whose parents an'
Norman and Leona Brager. 4335
SYV 96th St.. is on the police force
ol the City of North Miami Beach.
Howard Brow man served as his
Bonnie's Engaged
To Robert Wilder.
Berkons Report
Mr and Mrs. Harold S. Berkow,
5525 SW fi-lth Aw., nmiour.ee the
' ngagetrH nt of their daughter,
Bonnie Ilene, to Robert Edw
Wilder, i n of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Wilder, 521 Vilah Ha Ave., Coral
Gables
Miss Berkow, who attends the
University ol Miami, is a graduate
ot Coral Gables Senior High
School.
Her fiance, p graduate of Coral
Gables Si .. i Hi rh Schi -1 at d the
\Wrr.-r- K.ihn
MRS. 0ONAID S. itACff
Ih'sI man and Steven Albert was
isher,
Nassau. Bahamas, was their
honeymoon destination.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bernstein.
4540 N. Michigan Ave.. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
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and Mrs. Melvin Gilbert, 5340 SYV
4th St.. Miami.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, the bride-elect
will graduate in June from the
Charron-Williams business college.
Her fiance, also a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
is attending the University of
Florida, where he Is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The wedding will lake placi m
Tulv 26.
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Friday. March 21, 1969
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At the 17th annual donor and
retaliation luncheon held rea I
v i>v the Miami Chapter ot B'i ai
K'rith Women in the Sheraton-
Four Ambassador! Hotel, chair-
nan of the day Mrs David Hess
ore an Iced blue raw silk sh< ath
Aith lace flowers hand appliqucd
n the bodice. Mrs. Herman P. arl,
who cochaJred the event, chose
;. off-white sheath with brown
ath. r trim at the nock and
vrists. Mrs. iWa Berman, w ho
w as Install* .1 as presidi nt, won a
.
Ml -.1/1:1. INK LEKNER
Emory Students
Plan To Marry
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I i l.i Mr Drecksler.
elect ia :i jtinii
>r> University, Atlanta, Ga
: she is currently i xecutive
pn Bide nt ol Alpha Epsilon
l hi S it i .i;. and is activi on cam-
l li i iding membership on the
* ge Conduct Council. An Eng-
' n major, Miss Lerner will gradu-
in March. 1970. after which *he
i ana to to ach.
Mr. Drecksler is a senior biology
m idenl at Emory. He is a past
< .an.. I lor ol Tail Epsllon Phi fra-
t rnity and has served as president
I Atlanta Hillel. He is also a
i mix r of I'hi Sigma biology hon-
orary. He will enter the University
t Marylan I School ..f Dentistry in
S ptcmber.
The wedding is achi dull I i
1 ily i : 1970,
hand-embroidered beige organ a.
Mrs. Abe Katz chose a knit en-
* mble in y.iiow and blue. Mrs.
Sam Kurland'a white knit dresa
with coat to match had the
fashion flair acarf treatment in
hrown and white silk at the neck-
line. The classic shirtwaist, in
pink crepe, was worn by Mrs.
Arthur Bassman.
Mrs. Sylvia Uebman'a b ige
lace dresa was all hand-cut. Mrs
Gussic Jacobskind topped her
white matelassc dresa with a
short matching lacket. A blue
knit suit with a white silk blouse
was worn bj Mrs. Robert Zwig.
Foliage green silk Jersey was
lected b> Mrs. Ethel Lackey.
Hi i dr> aa featured the flattering
cowl n. ckline. Mis. David Wi ia
berg'a I hie and green print was
oi a i .uk.-mm.,:.) ol white silk.
Mrs. Harrj Pato'a i li ctric blue
si k had a round) Nal Ml tmberg chose an It ilian
knil in i. u. I torn shad< s ot blue
''! lime. Mra Fannie Pcp| i
uolv a th.....-piece white Israi li
k!iit An merald green wool suit
was -.en on Mrs. Peto r Ducbon
Mill N lt her
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dn s-. ,v it;, ;., .,,;,,.
was the chrj of Mrs. Doi
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en knit shift veil.
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lions and con im nlati I j
was Mrs .:
< iladstont', ch. s n a
cved pink knit for I aft. i -
on Mrs. Harrj Ginsbei g'a knil
suit was white, banded in orange
an.! black. Mrs. Irving Schwartz
wore a Nile gre< n silk dress (or
the lunch) on.
Mrs. Morris Skor Visits
Newest Granddaughter
Mrs. Morria Skor has just re-
ti rned from a visit to Huntsville,
Ala. when- she got acquainted
with Pamela In ne Fcrdie, an sib..
.?<>/. newcomer to the home of
Diane and Ronald Peniie who ar-
rived Feb. 10.
This is the second child for Mrs.
skin's daughter and aon-in-law.
Pamela has a 2*-year-old sist r.
Mor.en Ann.
Perelzmant Mark 60th Wedding Anniiersarv
On M ch 23rd, 1969 Mr. and Mrs.
rlea M. Peretzman of 1500 Bay Road,
Miami Beach will celebrate their 60th wi I-
nn rsi ry, Th ; wi re ma i led In
I and lived in At: tnta, Ga., until c. in-
to Miami just in time to ess I
hurricai 1926.
Ho\c\er this did not scare 1
m beautiful Miami which was just a
-'I town 'li i.\rv> :. i:i\ km a 'i
r n the time Ttiej settled her,- and
p nod a furniture business 43 year; ago
and the business is still operating on the
block in downtown Miami when it
w started.
Mr. and Mrs. Pent/man have a little
community within their own family. They
ba\e eieht children, five of whom still make
thi Ir homes in Miami, 20 grandchildren.

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At*, ami MKS. CHAKUS M. PIMTIMAH
and fifteen great grandchildren.
Thi ir day will !>e celebrated at home with
th. .; famil) and friends.
Israel Retirement
Club Represented
At Seniors' Fair
Retires who have been thinking
about s. tiling in Israel w ill haw
a ut iq.....port tnity t" discuss
the subject with an American ex-
pert on retirement probl ma who
has helped numerous Americana
lo an -' nd thi it <".< Iden
v. ars" in Israel. R> ; resi nting the
Neve Aviv Retirement Club of
Kfar Shmaryahu, Israel, .it the
Si ni >i ".;.,. i Fal and II ibbj
ow in Miami Beach Convention
this wo k) nd is Mra Fra
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Dr. ami Mis Jack Seitlin an-
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i ir i ai I) aumns i.
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Friday, March 21. 1969
Rob Mii^ucdt j W*
KO.NAU) AI H.I. U
r.or.tilil. son of Mr. anil Mrs
Mania AilKr ol North Miami
Beach, will bo Bar Milzvah at
Young Israel of Greater Miami on
Saturday, March 82.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where ho
plays clarinet in the school or-
chestra. Hon.ild has attended the
Young Israel Religious School lot
four yean.
Thi ci li brant will be honored
at a KuMush following the serv-
- at the rue and a re-
Sat irda) i \' ning at his
lie '
' I I it-Of-tOW II '
ft to a his grand-
and Mi. and
- I ml B A i his uncle
who will
to bini c. le-
brat
UCIOH Wtl.f >
I, the sun of Mr. and
Jack VVilco, 18(120 NW 14th \\ .
come \*; day, Man h 2
i!.- u ill roi duct th s.-i v-
I I E' : U It as Wl II ;is S.ll-
urday morning.
l.i igh is ;i s< vt nth grade st i-
al Pai kwa Junior : U fh
School where he plays trumpet
in th< band.
11.> grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Wilco >t Hialeah
into, Canada, and Mr. and Mrs
Morris Hailman of Toronto.
Among the guests will be Mr.
anil Mrs Jack Hailman, their sons
Aaron and Steven, Mr. and Mrs.
\ash and children Garj
and 1'ill, lie and Mr. and Mrs.
Shi rman, all of Toronto, Can-
ard Mr. and Mrs. Al Chert-
koff, Hamilton, Ontario. Canada.

DANIEL BECK
11 ini I, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Beck, will bo Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Or Otom on Saturday,
March 22.
Danii 1 i- a student at West
Miami Junior High School, where
be is in the seventh grade.
A Kiddush and luncheon will
be held in the temple's social hall
following the services In honor of
The ct Kbi ant
Among the honored guests will
be Daniel's paternal grandmother,
Mis Miriam Halperln, and Mr. and
Mi- Harry Koblintz, his maternal
grandparents.
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KOIsKRT I ON TEITI.KIt
Robert Lon, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Teitler, will cele-
brate his Tsar Mitzvah Saturday,
March 22, at Temple Ztan, when
his parents have been active mem-
bcrs for 19 years
A venth ernde student at
Pon where he plays saxophone in the
school land. Robert is a member
<: the Junior Classical League and
the Boy Scouts.
Mr and Mrs. Teitler will host
the Kiddush alter the services on
Sabbath morning. Guests from
Springfield, Mass., Plant City and
Tampa are exn cted to attend.
OEEOO QOLD
Gregg Aaron, son of Mr. and
Mrs. jack Gold Gold. ,\;'l be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Am on
Saturday, March 23.
i Eg is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
School and plays baseball with the
Howard-Palmetto Khourj League,
tournament tennis at tin- YMHA
>f Greater Miami, and has won
m.i s in >ai alai.
\ eon honoi I cele-
iii aii will :> i i.' n foil iv, Ing the
si i vices, i Sregg's grai dmot h i.
J mm tte F. Mintz, will be
li RU( sts.
JEFFREY BA( KER
.i rrc> Ihi sor ol Mr and Mrs
Vi res 1 lacki r, will bi come Bar
vah S it unlay, VI rch
y is a seven! le stu-
Ida VI Fishei J lioi i'
S lo.i, w here h< plays i, umpot
i he si hool i and. 11 is on the
Hi or Roll and has won th<
A i lean Legion Av. ai d and the
I Safct) Award.
c li bl ant \s ill '"' 11
.ii a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall im-
liately following the worship
Sl r\ ..
J. ther, Mrs Rosa
will be a
itten< ing the < vent.
MARVIN KIR8NER
" v In, the : n of Mr. and Mrs
Kyman Kirsncr, 34 Star Island,
ill hreome Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, March 22, at the Israeliti
( i liter.
Marvin, who was an honor stu-
dent at Lcroy D. Fienberg School,
new atti nds Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School, where he is in the
s. \. nt.i grade.
Mr. anil Mrs. Kirsncr will host
i Oncg Shabbat Frida> evening,
the Kiddush following the Sabbath
s. rvices and a dinner at nome in
his honor Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
be Mrs. Anna Wainer. Marvin's
grandmother; Mrs. Jack Barman.'
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Brant, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Koscnblum. Mr.
and Mis. Harry Solomon, anil Mr.
and Mrs Barnard Straus, all of
i '!( nnati; Miss Paula Solomon, of
Philadelphia, ami Mr. and Mrs
Harvey Berman, of Jacksonville.

KI.I.IOT HtKKAIW
Elliot Abraham, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Benjamin Freeman. 4310
Pinetree Dr.. Miami Beach, will b
Bar Mitzvah at 10:15 a.m. Satur-
day. March 2.'. at Temple Beth
Shalom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate at the services.
Elliot attends Beth Sliolom's Re-
ligieus School where lie is in the
Confirmation Class of S731.
DREW (IIAMN
Drew Ned, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Chanln, will lie Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Emanu-EI on Saturday,
March 22.
Drew attends Nautilus Junior
High School, where hi' is in the
si' ith "rude.
The celebrant will be honored at
,i i. cr,-non and dinner Saturday
evrnlns in the Algiers Hotel.
THE HEBREW CLASS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Extends its Sincerest Sympathies
to the Family of
Mr. Clifford Martin
On His Untimely Passing
$
"!>>*
urn
Robert Teitler
iHot freeman
Jeffrey Backer
Ora Gitfe/son
Marvin Kirsner
Gregg Cold
ORA OITTELSON
Ora Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Abraham J. Gittclson. will
observe her Bas Mitzvah at Beth
rorah Congregation with Rabbi
Max Lipschitz officiating during
the Friday evening services March
.'l Ora will chant a portion from
the '.no:; The Son- of Songs, tra-
Mrs. Eclyth Geiger
Israel Tour Leader
in G I vv .ii l< ad a
imi Friends ol I
Hi bi i v. i niveisitj to Israel this
iving July ti. The group
will attend th' inauguration cere-
ii'.o. ics ol t!i' Ruth and Jack Po-
. K :, Miami Humanities Building,
possil li I', the conlributions
'. Grcatei Miami residents, at the
itw L'nivi rsit> In Jerusalem.
i; i is the Southeastern
R i Director of the American
'' nils ol the Hi bn w Unlvei^.'
ritl she has ivi n associati d
i,,r the past 10 years, and has her-
self bi i I ;! at the HcbrCVi
,'im ei sity.
An exciting stay in Israel is
ilannt-d for the group by tour or-
,-aiii/i r Aliza Brenner, a sabra.
and Mrs. Geiger, who will draw
on her six years experience as a
i sident of Israel.
The 22-day tour will include
many unusual features such as re-
iptions. discussions with leading
ovcrnment officials and outstand-
ing personalities of the Hebrew
University, as well as a visit to
'n land, while the sroup will mei t
,vith the Irish Friends of the He-
irevv University in Dublin before
ontlnuing on to England an', then
home.
-STOPPER
4j|, J IMOYMlNT Al
.
IMHOYMINT AGtNCY
Executive Positions
All Fields National
and Local.
SECRETARIAL POSITIONS
204ARAGON AVE., C.G.
4482643
ADMINISTRATOR FOR
REFORM SYNAGOGUE
Applicant must be able to get
along with people, supervise main-
tenance, office, and administra-
tive aspects of Temple program.
Write A.F., Boi 2973, Miami, Ha.
33101, listing all education, ex-
perience and aptitude. Excellent
prospects for growth with major
institution.

PIANO TEACHER
10 YEARS EXPERIENCE
PRIVATE OR CUSS liSSONS
MR. DOBIN 945-1352
dittonally read on the eve of the
Sabbath.
A seventh grade student at the
ll.hr.w Academy, Ora is a mem-
bet nt the school's choir.
Vetta Bakst and Mr. an!
William Gittel in i
rnts of the celebrant, will i-ome
from New York to attend I
event.
CANTOR
WANTED
For Hi gh Holy Days for Consetyo
live Temple in Miami Send full
details including exper ence and
salary. Write C.W., Box 1973,
Miami, Fla. 33101.
Bezalel's Israeli
Discount House
ALL PASSOVER NEEDS!
Seder Trays Hagodahs
Sterling and Israeli
Kiddusi. tups
Matzo Covers -
Tulaisim Yo-rrulkes
Candlesticks
BAR MITZVAH SETS
0pen. Sunders & Evenings
949 Washington Ave.
532-2210 Happy Holiday!
I
TINY TOT
FINISHING SCHOOL
45 AtMERlA AVENUE
CORAIGABUS
SR. KINDcRGARJlN
JR. KINDtRGtfUlV HURURY
CALL
448-7521
i
MRS. EDYTH GE/CfR
IMPALA SPORT COUPE
2 DOOR HARD TOP
?2473
YOU ALWAYS BUY FOR LESS AT AMERICAS
LARGEST CHEVROLET IEALER
SPACE I'l.lVYIV/,?
COMPUTE INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES
Business Commercial Residential
THE DESIGN GROUP 446-7669
AUSTIN BERNSTEIN DESIGNER CARl SCABARETI
2733 Ponce De leon, Coral Gables
IEST SELECTION
IN 60LF SHOES IN TOWN
FOR LAMES I CENTS
SSL THE PRICE IS RIGHT!
1454 N.E. 163rd St.
BIG VALUE SHOES
No. Miomi Beoch
145-121
CORAL GABLES
PAINT CO,
40 YEARS OF SERVICE. QUAUfl i
KNOWLEDGE THAT WIU M!J >J
CET THE RIGHT PAINT Ot V*'.V>a.
PER THE WAY YOU WAhf |f.
DUTCH BOY
KYANIZE
t HOUSE OF COLOR
230 Alcazar
P* 443-0918
j
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iy. March 21. 1969
"* knitl- Ft'/rSdHimir
Paae 93
PORT LARGO
nesites on the Atlantic in
heart cf Key Largo. nea-.
Of t'-e f.ibotou Florida
:toui sites on 80' wide
I canals from $6,800 mini-
It $300 down and $55
ith. Or total ocean.access
ide icts from $?,000 only
down and $25 month.
prr-payment penalty no
tiding time limit, low taxes
utilities, new roads, pro-
cted sea-pool and private
Mch. toat ramp, shopping
thin walking distance. Air-
trip under construction.
\orry, no mobile home sites.
rree information send card
letter to Bon 323. Key
_argo F.. 33037 for "101"
[Points" valuable to anyone
'seeking frost-free ri 'clean air and water. Or
Phone 305-8525641
Less than one hour from
Miami via U.S. 1 only 28
miles below Homestead to
Key Largo Post Office Sub-
division entrance across high
way from German Inn Office
open 8 to 5 daily and Sunday
afternoon to assist you with-
out oblgation
NEW APT. HOUSE
22 Units, 2 bedroom 1 both
air cond. and hjat, 60,000
cash required. Good Rental
areo in Homestead.
Call Mr. Robinson
(305) 822-5721
AREA REALTY CORP.
6530 W. 4th Avenue
Nialeah, Florida
Booming Orange Co.
12 Hours drive tt Cap. Ken-
1 nrd/ 95 cle-red nere' 4*2
mibs to Floridi Technical
University, ... miles to Or-
lando, 25 miles to Disney- ,
World. Price $140,000. 29
handles. Tollenaar, Assoc.
KEYES CO. 44th Year
REAI TORS
357 Miracle Mile
Phone 443-7423
IRREPLACEABIE
ZONED IND'JST^AL
Eoc-jtiful modern CPS w;,h
6 200 Sq. ft. (12,400 Sq. Ft.
with meizunine completed)
on corner lot of 1".030 Sq.
Ft. 3 blocks of fron'on heart
of labor supply, S blocks air-
port on 36 St. X-Way at rail
terminal. Robert H. West,
Realt\.
235-2202 Eves. 7S8-4321
b
SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF
V-24's
V-24 Mariner, 155 OMC list
iry S530C
225 Merc.
Try S6900
160 Merc,
Try $6150
S667C
V-24 Supersport,
List $8730
V-24 Runabout,
list S7690
V 24 Islandia, 210 OMC Demo
Try $5350
V 19 Scorpion, 160 Merc,
DEMO. Try $4000
V 185 I O, 120 HP ?SAVE?
V 185 OB 85 HP Johnson,
Elec Start Trailer Try .
$2295
VI7 0B 55 Johnson, Elec.
Start Trailer Try $1995
OPEN 7 DAYS
KINDIY CONSULT
BILL WOLF
MAX MENGIN
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17091 Biscayno Blvd.
Phone 945-5208
SOUTH MIAMI HOME FAMIIY LIVING Choice location, all noes, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Living, dining, family room and kitchen open to patie. Custom pool. 2 car garatr, central air and heat. Excell 'nt vnlue. Extras S4C,00C. Call 661-8*26
SKYLAKE RESALES JADE WINDS Daisy 2 Bedroom 2 bath, 4th floor FORUM 1st Floor 2 bedroom ? bath JADE WINDS B.mhoo 3 2 bedroom 2 bith 2nd floor POINT EAST ird Floor 1 bedroon 1 b.ttl JADE WINDS A Minn.-, .0.1 2 bedrooms. 2 bath. 3rd floor MOORINGS 2nd Floor 2 Bedroom 2 hath JAUfc WiNUS Easter L.lly 1 bedroom 1 bath. 4th Floor MOORINGS Penthouse Magnificent appointments A to Z REALTY REALTORS Phone 949-2411 "Condominiums BpftOttlitt" 16775 N MIAMI AVENUE

Coral Gables Hotel 32 Rooms 7 Stores. Prime Ponce deleon Location. Good Buy! KENDALL AREA 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Big Pool, 2 car garage, central Air. 1 2 Acre. FARA REALTY BROKER 226-4221 9601 BIRD ROAD

15 ACRES
1 4 mile off U.S. 1. Income
from 5 acre avacado grove
pays taxes plus. 10 acres
beautiful high pine. City
water, walk to school.
R. A. FOSSEY Inc.
REALTOR
Phone 661-5303
7500 RED ROAD
SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
40 ACRES
NEAR JETPORT
Good High Pine Land
$8,000 TOTAL
TERMS
NOAH HITE,
BROKER
1535 N.W. 119 St.
688-0882
NORTH CAROLINA
PROPERTY
Mountain property neor Bre-
vard, N.C. 20 Acres, lake
and stream. Huge beautiful
pine lodge. Price $42,500.
Call 6855310. Miami. No
Sunday Calls.
keypunching]
COMPUTER IDLE DUE TO INPUT BACKLOCi.
.... ._. __* -- _._......< *:*** m Smith
TDP The nwe$t data preparation in South
Florida is oblo to handle whatever your Keypunch-
ing needs may be. At TDP. we insist on careful at-
tention to both accuracy and delivery dates.
For complete information, price list and details on
our Keypunch services, call or write
TECHNICAL DATA PREPARATIONS, INC.
. 1110 Nl. 163rd ST
NOtTH MIAMI MACH. FIOHIO A
Phone, roward 929-3556 Dode 945-3636
Free Pickup and Pel.ery In Dode ood o<.ocdCounhe^__^
OCEAN FRONTAGE
2,000' of most beautiful white sand beech front in the state
with a depth of appro. 1,800' to highway. City water,
power, phone. One of very few large tracts for sale or
Atlantic Ocean. Price 250.00 per front foot. Terms.
3,100' on Atlantic Ocean in a city of half million pop. in our
opinion one of Hie best bays in state. Price $220.00 per front
foot. Terms. Call or write for brochures on above properties.
LEO ARANOFF, Realtor
337 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 538-5451
BRAND NEW
ROMA GARDEN APTS.
136S5 N.I. 10 AVE., NORTH MIAMI
1 BEDROOM 1 BATH FROM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
1 BATH FROM
2 BATH FROM
$145
$180
$205
Swimming Poof, f/evofor, Cenfrof Air ft Heat
Office Open 10:00 A.M. 4 P.M.
7574001
IF YOU LIKE ANIMALS. AND AIE
INTERESTED IN A SPARE TIME INCOME
Frlaii 2Jliis Coupon How!
Chinchillas of Zrloritia, ^Jnc.
60* CORAL CXNTK
PORT LAUDIROALI. FIA. 3330*
J65-541S
These docile ond lovoble little
animols con be your gate-
way lo independence and se-
. curily. For less than a penny
a doy lor leed. ond minimum
core, you can slarl raising
chinchillas in your goiage, or
spare room. Ihey ore clean
and odorless, ond virtually
noiseless. IET US PROVE to
you how profitable this growing business can be without Sa-
crificing your present job oi income SEND NOW (or more in-
formation. No obligation, o( course.
CHINCHIUAS Of FLORIDA INC.
j 601 CORAL CXNTR
! FORT LAUOfttOAU. FLA 33306

\ I would Hu) mori info.motion vn how lo oi*e ckwWNnM, I vnder-
[ slond thee n no obl.yot.on.
Hum
! Address.....................................................
I City..........................Stilt........................
jftft..........................Occ.M.'M...................
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I
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AUTOMATIC CAR WASH:
AND GASOLINE FRANCHISE
TURNKEY INSTALLATION BY DISTRIBUTOR OF
FINEST FULLY AUTOMATIC ALL BRUSH EQUIPMENT.
515 OOO WILL HANDLE. SEE OPERATION IN ACTION
AT 15168 N.E 6th AVENUE.
For Information Call 947-9713 or
693-4811. No Franchise Fee.
Pu!m Terrace Motel
Pool Parking Kitchenette.
Mr Id Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1 500 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538 0823
KENDALL
PERRINE AREA
PRICE REDUCED
OPEN 2-5
17505 S.W. 90 AVENUE
2 Story Colonial,
Oversiie j Acre,
3 Bedroom 2' i bath,
central air, 2 car garage,
screened porch.
SUE McHENRY,
Broker
235-3966 AND 448-4755
TRAILER PARK Fla's. finest
investment. Cape area. Lge.
Modern Pk. $30,000 income.
$150,000. Full Pr. only $35,-
000 dn. 6 Fin. 4T84. Assoc
Von Burnt. 'Mia. 949-4902
SOUTHLAND REALTORS
1904 E. Oakland, Ft. laud.
565-2547
LAKE OF THE ISLE
Escape Live In A Park
Suburban Paradise With Pn.
vate Ocean B*ach Prestiq-
Address tor Executive. Twin
Waterfront Homes and Is e.
3 Bedrooms Each Custom
Spacious. Garage. Dock
Edge Intercr llt.1. Priced
$44,000 and $42,000 Furn
Sell 1 Or Both Excellent
Terms. Open Sat and Sun.
10 to 5
296 Atlantic Is at
16300 Collins.
Other Homes and Lots
Available 947-2184. 947-2554,
534.4197
S. H BOCKHOLD,
Reg Broker
* PAINTING
* CARPENUR
* ROOFING
* PIUMBING RE^A'PrD
* Electric app. -.-. t$
REPAIRED.
. rVotFkkUp
I D*i.-r
showed
THE ELLIOTT
COMPANY
741 Woshinqton Ave.
fv Phon*538-O611 M
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Seafood, Doing Good
Business. Facing Beautiful
Biscayne Bay.
$39,000
534 6153 or 594-7993
^ArAAArArA^r*rAA*AA>ArAAr*'^V^'^^t.^>,^l^VVVVVSVVVVy1
WHAT'S NEW IN BOATS?
TIUNDERBOLT MARINE CORP. HAS FINALLY ANNOUNCED
THE DEBUT OF THEIR SLEEK NEW 2V THUNDERB0L1 223. THE
ADVANCED DESIGN AND ENGINEERING HAS PUT THIS BOAT
MANY YEARS AHEAD. 3 YEARS IN THE MAKING AND MANY
TESTS, SHOW GREAT STRENGTH IN THE DEEP V HULL. IT
GIVES TOP PERFORMANCE AND GREAT STABILITY AT CRUIS-
ING OR HIGH ACTION MANEUVERABILITY AT TOP SPEED. THE
BEAUTIFUL INTERIOR DECOR, MODERN CONVENIENCES, PRIVACY
OF THE CABIN AND ROOM NESS OF A MIDSHIP WILL BE
APPROVINGLY ACCEPTABLE BY MANY NEW BOAT ENTHUSIASTS.
PRICES BEGIN AT S5.487 WITH 155 O.M.C. 1.0. ft WILL BE
SHOWN THIS WEEK ONLY, AT
MARINE LAND SALES INC.
12965 BISCAYNE BLVD.
BETTER DROP BY AND SEE THIS ONE
^^^^^^NA^^^A^^iN^^^^^^^^^^WWS/WWWVW
HERE YOU CAN...
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 IEDR00M -1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM VA IATH APTS.
$14,590 TO 523,990
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
118
00
incl. Mainlenonce. Principal, Interest.
FURNISHED MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
Phon.: 191-1533
KH.n.nifcy HFRIGIDAIHE
3 BLOCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLVD. N.E. 326'.ri ST.
lyv.w.v.v.NORTH DADE ACREAGE*-'--.-.-.-.-.-.-.;
) w ol Palmetto XWoy neor 2 Country clubs 6. Golden Glades Drive. *,
" T.>?Yii..INW. _____, S
* 10 acres on proposed 91 Ave.........................$3000 per r. ^
, 60 acres on proposed 102 Ave........................S2500 per o...
' 70 acres on proposed 162 Ssr.........................J2500 per o I UOwslm's on NW 170 St......... ...............S13SO per ocre ,
! rniwrn Broktr 751-5211 Ml- 5 P.Mwcfk days
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Friday. March 21. 1969
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Rabbi Isaac Siegal of Jersey City pre-
sents Certificate of Kashruth for the
B. Manischewitz Company to Bernard
Manischewitz, president, as Rabbi
Emanuel Geltinger. Rabbi Chaim
Karlinsky and William B. Manische-
witz, left, and D. Beryl Manischewitz
and Rabbi David Silver, right look
on. Rabbis Gettinger end Silver are
the new Rabbis selected to serve on
the Rabbinical Board.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNT*.
FLORIDA 'N PROBATE
No. 80581-C
It III' Betate i
MAX SOHITH LI.TEH
| ., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All t'redlt' :t
Inf <) I I r i > -i- \- -' -
you .i hereb]
, ,i i.. proeei I aii) 1 lainjj
v in. h ^ '-u mas have mfAli
late f M \X .-''III CHAI.TEP.
ad l.He of Bade I'oui s I' ''
unl) Judjr. Dadi
ami file Ihe mmi
I In 8< I
Statute*, in their uffl< t* In ihe i 'U
Courlhouve In Bade Coil
u ithln ralendar n* nth* fi
time of ih* find publication '
..r ill-- name will < barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, th
da) of Mafth, AP '
OSCAR 8CHI L.TZ
\ Bxi nior
Plral publioalio of lhl noi
the -'i-i da) of March, 19
I'HAKI n'TK .1 BARK AN
Attorne> foi Exei '
llli Allude) Ituii'i
Miami, Florida IJ1J.!
' JS..-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. (TICK 18 HISKBBi ill\ N th it
I (let :mi..- to
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II S BMPIaIYMKNT -
11111 51 h 81 rei

. uu-h oLUu Circuit OjtifcL, '
II'.'.'' s \ l .'i.'.
2% I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTIi K '8 II Kit Rill 0\\
il un.lei -Igned di Irlnr to
under Ihe
vl s \i T( .:' vs.-- A lOCK-a
:..i.ii.i- io refrlatei aa
. It the Circuit
-. County, Florida
CHARI.B8 NRI'MAV

Dr. Pincus Naor,
Technion VPf Due
Here For Visit
Prof. Pincus Naor. vice president
of the Teclinion-Israi'l Institute of
Technology, was due in Miami this
week where he will he guest of
honor at a number of reception!
sponsored by the American Tech-
nion Society, it was announced by
Kabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
!( a.ier of Temple Kmanu-Kl. Miami
Beach and a national Board mem-
ber of the American Technion So-
ciety.
On Thursday, Prof. Naor was to
be received at a luncheon in the
Faculty Club of the University of
Miami, and as guest of honor at a
reception in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin on North Bay
Rd. On Friday, Dr. Naor will be
received by Sidney Ansin and other
prominent leaders of the commu-
nity, at a luncheon in the Cham*
pacne Room of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Technion Women
The Miami Chapter of the
American Technion Society Wom-
en's Division will honor its presi-
dent. Mrs. II. Franklin Williams,
and her husband. Dr. Williams, at
a 10:30 a.m. meeting on Friday at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Yesner, 4800 Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables.
Pot Luck' Dinner Is Set
The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alum-
nae Association will hold its an-
nual "Pot Luck" dinner at 7:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Hirsch. 6720 SW
121st St. Cochairmen of the affair
are Mrs. Kdward Camner and Mrs.
Samuel Gray. Mrs. Bart Cohen is
adviser.
P*Of. ). 8. RHINE
'Parapsychology'
Is Lecture Topic
Prof. J. B. Rhine will speak at
Temple Jvidea. Coral Gabl.s al
8 p.m. Tuesday in the final event
the Templ.'s current cultural se-
ries. "Parapsychology: Today and
Tomorrow" will lie his subject.
Prof. Rhine, of Duke Univer-
sity's Department of Psychology,
carried out the studies that led to
the development of parapsychology
as a branch of science.
Israel Women's League
The Florida Chapter of the
Women's League for Israel was to
hold a meeting al l p.m. Thursday
in the 1200 West Ave. Auditorium
of Forte Towers. Sara Helfand was
to relate the story of Purim and a
film. "At This Moment," was to
ix' shown.
MESS
. David a St, I1SS s \v 10th Street,
Miami, passed away Tuesday, .March
lsth He Iran .. niereher | I/idt.- B'nal B'rlth. \'K\\ and l.iuiit-
lllg ECnjrnteering Soi letj He wan N.i-
tlonal Bale* Manager f'.r Cleringer
and Son. Mfw- Corp., where he nerv-
ed :.s lighting, engineer and coimultanl
Beloved husband "f Carolyn M fath-
er of Jay li Hess, and .Mr- Loulat
Rudnlek: loving grandfather of John
[ H. Rudnlek; fond brother of Qeorgc
N Nat
Services 12 noon Thursday, March
oth at Th.- Riverside, 1717 8 W 87th
Avenue with Interment ..i Ml Nebo
; IVmelwy.___________ ___________
LEGAL NOTICM
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-4662
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
L.YDIA V \N DYVK MBS V.
Plaintiff.
I "*
PABLO R MBS \.
Defendant
Tl' PABU K. MES v
:-.:i i lakdale Atenue
(Tiii ign, Illli ol
Tou, PABU E M KSA. nn bj
notified thai a Bill of Coni|i
Divorce ha* been Hied ngaln*i I 'i
and >.u are required i<> *erv. ..
..f \...if Answer Pleading
Bill <'f Comnlalni oi th
attorney, LRBTKIt |{( ;i'l'.- l> .
18 \ w 14th 81.....1, Miami. Kl
13136 and file th. Iginal A
or Pleading in ihe offli p ol II
of the Circuit 'ourl on or bel
85th da) "i April, ..... II >' I
.1.. :". hidgmi nl h) default *
taken against you I i the rel ef le -
manded in the Hill nf t'omp i
This notice shall be publlsl ed .....
.-,,, ii week for fout ni > utlvi
1 in THK JBW ISH PliOKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDEREP :.i
i Florida, this ISth da) ..( March \ l)
1" B U8ATHERM v \ C
Circuit Court. I>.ii. 'ou> n I
By: N" A HKWBTT
D.-i>u'\ Clei.,
(Circuit '.>urt B<
I.BSTER RtKJERS,
:>:< X w. Mth si Miami, Pla
.:t:i-.
8/21 -28 I II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ iTlCE IS in II (31 VBH
' u lerslgned, desiring In i I
n.. -- under Ihe IfttaMM
i:i.i H iTT <" COHKN M l>
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, I
,.!;, ii :. Intends n. register i
ime with the Clerk of the t
, n 11 i.i. i 'ounty. Plorida
El I IOTT r i-ollKN. M D. P *
:., Meridian k\enue
Mi on. i" H h i"1'. Ida '
SPARBBR II' -SKIN P v
.......for
Dl.l ;, iTT 1 'HEN M D, PA
in lllvd
Miami Plot I. i_fg
TEMPLE BETH TOV will spon-
sor a communal Seder on the sec-
ond night of Passover, April 3.
^r vr-- t \ t>-
Country Club
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-4649
SUIT FO RDIV0RCE
ANTHONY ZAN<:l..\.
Plaintiff,
I MART \\.NK Z A NCI. A.
I lefendanl
TO: MARY ANNE ZANULA
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Eluahinfr, New York
Y, .u. M A It V A N N l: / V N -; I. \
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;il-..;^ >i you. and ^ n are required <
nerve :. i-opj ..( your Answer -. !'. rl
n.ir to ihe lci11 ,.r Complaint .-n Ih.
Plaintlfri nttorney, MARVIN n'BIN-
STEIN, i oln Ro d. Miami
B< a< I PI.-i : i.i 139 id file .''.
IClnal An- a er or Pleading :.i the
..f Ihe I'l.rk of the "In uil .' ui
[or before the ::'.'! i..> ,.f April
: If you f:.il i" .! bo, Judgment b> de-
r fnuli will be taken atrainel you for
i ihe relief dem.....led In the Hill of
'< .mplalni
Thin notice shall be published once
.... li u ek foi f..ui onse. uH\ weel
; in THE JEW ISH I'l.. iltlDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED ,.i Miami,
r irida, tin- ISth da; ( March A l>
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By: I. SNBEDEN, Deput) Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 69 4610
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'dewish Floridian
Shown at one of the largest gatherings ever held at a
Food and Allied Trades Division annual luncheon on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
ore. (left to right): Ben Silver, chairman of the luncheon;
Asher Ben-Natan. Israeli Ambassador to West Germany
who was guest speaker, and Joseph Cohen, cochairman.
Israel Air Attache Is
Due Here For CJA
Col. Yuri Yarom. Israel's Air
Vtra Attache in Washington, will
be th. guest speaker when Belle
Plaza Apartment residents hold n
brunch Sunday on behall of the
i" i Miami Jewish Federation
1969 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Matthew Hartston and .lack s.
Popick are cochairmcn for the
Belle Plaza Apartments CJA-IEF
i irmnittee.
Thg Campaign Cabinet includes
Mrs. Frances Abrams, Samuel B. j
Cohen, Clarence Freedman, Mrs.
i Kaufman, Mrs Frit i Lon-
don, Mrs. Samuel Miller, Samuel I.
S egel and Abraham Sonatx nd.
Tin' Committee Includes Fred
Abrams, Sol Atlin, Joseph Dallet, t
Harry Fadern, Charles Fellerman,
Harry Glntel, Julius Kaplan, Ben-
son Keats, I^-onant a. Leonard,
Morris l.insky. Benjamin Rimer,
Isidore Smith. George Steiner,
Milton Sugar. Murray Wellman
and Philip Wolf.
OLIVER HOt'SK
Oliver House residents will also
Inild a brunch on Sunday in l>chalf
Mrs. LeRoy Wiener, a meml>er
nf Israel's Defense Fore.1, will be
the gu<'St speaker.
Harold Brandee, Dr. Meyer Fgg-
natz anil Mrs. Samuel Freeman are
cochairmcn for the Oliver House
Committee.
The full committee includes: Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Appel. Herman Ap-
I lebaum, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Haskin. Mr. and Mrs. William M
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. Danzan-
Sky, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Duber-
sti In, Mr. and MtS. J. Jay Kline.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Laskcy, Dr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Levinson. Mrs.
Florence Lorw. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Noble, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis
Palley. Mr. and Mrs. 1. s. Philip-
son, Mis Carl Quittner.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Roscn-
berg. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosi n-
berg; Mr. and Mis. Nathaniel Ro-
soff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ross, Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin M. Sandier, Mrs.
Dora P Sch inthal, Mi and Mrs.
A. L Schwartz, David Scitzman.
Mrs. Joseph Siegel, Mr. and Mrs
Morris Sokolovc, Mi and Mrs Al-
fred Sulkin and Mrs Mae War-
thaw.
BRK'KELL TOWN Hot sk
A lo.x isl f 'i
the Bi icki Tow n Ho res
will in- h 'Id Sundaj in lx hall ol
thi CJA :. Irive.
Mr. and Mis. Irving Wexli r,
campai ;r coot lit ators for the
Briekell !" -\ :i House, announced
that Klton i Kernsjss, administra-
tive coordinator, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will be the
guest speaker.
ISLAND TERRACE
Tile Island Terrace will join the
community of high-rises to partici-
pate in the 1969 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign when residents of the
building hold breakfast on Sun-
day. March 30.
Mis. Edyth Geigcr. regional di-
rector of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, will be the
.inst speaker.
Dr. Earl Herron. chairman of
the Island Terrace Committee, an-
nounced the formation of his full
committee, which includes Mrs.
Tiihe Baum, Edward Braverman.
Herman EckhOUSe, Arthur Fischer.
Fred Graubait. Mrs Lucille Kline.
LOWS Levy, Mrs M.illye MaKan.
Mrs. Bea Mersel, Sam Meyerson,
Mrs Ethel Morgenstern, Sol Schift
and Mrs. Julie Zalay.
Home Postpones Dinner;
Supports CJA Effort
The Hebrew Home for the \ d
of Miami Beach iformerly the
J. wish Convalescent Home) has
announced that it is postponing Its
annual fund-raising dinner until
late December, The dinner was
oiinitially scheduled for March 23.
Miami, Florida Friday, March 21, 1969
Section C
Dialathon Effort In
Need Of Volunteers
Robert Russell, general campaign
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund,
has called on all Jewish organiza-
tions in Dade County to send vol-
unteers to man the phones in what
he described as the 'most Inten-
sive Diilathon we have ever un-
dertaki n."
Mr. Russell i. ported that so far
the organizations have been excep-
tionally responsive in offering
their services to Federation.
The Greater Miami CJA-IEF
campaign has t en leading, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of
continues to Lad. every maim- ,he Federation of Jewish Wo-
Jewish e immunity in the United men of the Greater Miami Jew-
States in a percentage increase isn Federation has been ap-
over last year's campaign." Mr. pointed to the Women's Com-
Russcll slated. munal Service Committee of the
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim and Al- Coun-M of Jewish Federations
bert E. Ossip will be heading this ind Welfare Fund in New
vi at s i tialathon. '~*''.
Temple Menorah
To Honor Seven
At Israel Dinner
Seven members of Temple Me-
norah will lx' honored Saturday
night at a Special Israel Tribute
Dinner at the Eden Roc Hoi
when the Temple Menorah D
fi nd< is ol Israel Award will
pit s : d
Colonel Ymi Yarom, Israel's At-
tache in Washington, will be the
gUI st s:i, ak< 1 .
A. Max Axelrod, Irving Cypers,
Abraham Grunhut. Jerrj Lelchuk,
i -.mi Mansbach, Robert Siegel
at I J' rrj Sussman will be the re-
i ij ii nts ol the Temple Men
Defender Ol Israel Award.
'I his affair marks the firsl
gregational-wide dinner t.> be held
in this community on behalf ol I
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Fm*rwncv Fund campaign
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MRS. JOSEPH KKISK.K
This mow was made by the
officers, board of db*ectors, and
entire membi rship of the Home in
rder to I nil support to the cur-
rent Combined Jewish Appeal*
Israel Enn rgency Fund campaign
of the Greater Miami Jewish Eed-
eration," Mrs. Joseph E. ECeiser,
president of the Home, declared.
l.< onard Zilbert, chairman of the
Board of the Home, indicated that
because >: the "unparalleled emer-
gency in Israel we feel all support
within the Greater Miami Jewish
community should be focused on
the twin campaign of the Federa-
tion, and all other fund-raising be
deterred until this most important
campaign is completed."
Mr. Zilbert said that the "Israeli
people are the most heavily taxed
people in the world, and every tax
dollar is earmarked for defense
purposes. Unless the American Jew
can pledge his support through
giving to the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Fmergency Fund
campaign, the hospitals, schools
and social welfare programs of the
State of Israel will suffer greatly."
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Moses Grundwerg To Be Installed
, By Mesivta High Schflfil Saturday
Mas s rj.
rj. Grundvv#{| I Mia
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Mayor Jay Dermer of Miami Beach (left) presents the key
to the city to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stein, guests of honor at
a recent dinner of the Oholei Torah Day School of Greater
Miami. Key lecders of the Greater Miami Jevri-h commu-
nity participated in the annual event which benefited the
Scholarship Fund of the day school.
Viewers Asked To
Sponsor Channel 2
'Educational' TV
Si Wills-TV. Channel 2.
Community Television, is not i>er-
mitted to broadcast advertising
natter, :*< 01 h iponson an
s. whose t ix- k Iw tiWe con-
iributions m n> I 2*s opera-
ion d im. -school hours
i issibie.
1 : first stal in the state li-
' r'- i il an i i
ni ty tclevl
s uth K
During this -
r' -' is grown in
wi r I n a
gun.
The i ship drive is
: 2, with
the acquisit remot equip-
I i I I .'.': Satui
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i two of the i
Auction bi
to April 21-26 this I
FrK i dc of Channel 2 all over j
South PI i aalci (! to take
lime out to watch, It is felt that
when the suits of the donations I
>l many of South Florida's citizens
>' I thii un.iv television
piograni service will receive in-
creased support Now second in !
the nation amtaf the 151 non- I
commercial stations, its poal is to
be Number I. offerini: more cul-
tural, Laformatlve and entcrtain-
ing programs :an any other.
Beach communal and religious
eader, will Ih> installed as presi-
dent of the Mesivta <>i Greater
Miami. Louis Merwitzer High
School at s p.m. Saturday at a din-
ner in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
.Mr. Grundwerg was elected to a
second term and heads a board of
directors of 30 men. according to
Jerome Rienenfeld. chairman of
the nominating committee.
Elected to seise with Mr. Grund-
werg were Hyman P. Galbut. vice
president; Morton H. Mayberg,
secretary, and Murray C. Berko-
witz. treasurer.
A past president of Beth Israel
Congregation and of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. Mr. Grundwerg is associate
Secretary of the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami. He serves on
the boards of several other philan-
thropic and civic organizations in
Florida.
Coehairmen of the dinner com-
mittee arc Rabbi David Lehrfield
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
Rabbi Sherwin Staubvr and Louis
Pollack.
Participating in the exercises
will be Rahbi Alexander S. Gross,
orineipal of the Mesivta. and Rabbi
Jerry Sussmcm. executive di-
rector oi the Carillon Hotel, has
been elected president of the
South Florida Chapter of the
Alumni Association, City Cot
lege of New York.
Teehnion Society
Sets N.Y. Meet
NEW YOR(C IWNSl The
American Society far Teehnion
Israel Institute of Technology
will h ild its 11th conference this
week' l New York.
Tin T-1 hnion, in Haifa, has n -
ceived numerous scii no -.nd tech-
nology contracts from the United
Stab govi rnn* n< and United Na-
tions agencies end has trained
ntists from many nations in
such div bjects as water de-
salinati rocki try foo I icii %
and computei si ience.
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Friday, March 21, 1963
]i tiding collejfes and urtj\ isitj|s-i -
the United States .'ndjsrf|:i
A chai ter mcmber.oJ Uu. Jutxiijl
':MlMl;5WI^MMB'^ttaJft
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in.hr"nii*> >" i'KwKf|n?
mMWuTiil !-ducatiort\rHi*-*#ftr>
jeep pace with the rapidly gn>u.
Ing population of the Jewish cum-
nunity of South Florida."
MOStS J. GKUNDWHG
Berel Wein of Beth Israel Congre-
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Nine years old. the Miami Beach
s. hool is the only Yeshiva boys
hivrh school south of Baltimore,
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Friday. March 21. 1969
Jew is* fhrMton
Alan C. Stewart To
Address Beth Am
Sunday Breakfast
Alan C Stewart, director of the
Dade County Port Authority, will
be Kiicst speaker at a eoiiKreca-
tional bnakfast s|>onsorotl by the
brotherhood of Temple Beth Am
till a in. Sunday, according to an
announcement by Herbert L. Dub-
bin. Brotherhood president. His
subject 0.111 be "The Future of
Aviation' m Dade County."
Born in 1910 in Catnden, N.J..
Mr. Stewart has been a pilot since
19.W. a ground instructor, and a
senior ir traffic controller. He
was emirtoyed by the Civil Aero-
nautics Administration during the
second world war.
In January. 1946. Mr. Stewart
joined the newly-created Dade
County Port Authority, and has
successively held the i>ositions of
aeronautic assistant, assistant di-
rector ami acting director.
He was named to the position of
director in August 1959 and has
since guided the operation! of
I^ocka il ;i-a8rHv9p KTAOI HRD
Miami International Airport. Opa-
locka Airport, the Tamiami Air-
port, and the General Aviation Air-
port in Homestead, as well as the
Venetian Causeway.
Page 3-C
Third Seder To Launch Campaign
For New Ramleh Medical Center
KABBI UON KKOHISH
Margulis Announces Service
Following a Bal Harbour meet-
ing of the board of directors of
the International Sanitary Supply
Association. Milton Margulis of
Allen Chemical Co., Miami, past
president of I.S.S.A.. announced
the development of a program to
aid building planners in making
maintenance an integral irt of
the construction planning proced-
ure, providing realistic estimates
of maintenance ODfOl and BUggCS*
lions on selection ui easily main-
tained materials as well as infor-
mation on utilization of specialized
equipment that wHl increase effi-
ciency and reduce costs.
JNF
Dr. Michael Sossin will serve as
toastniaster of the community-
wide Third Seder celebration at
the Fontainebleau Hotel April 6
at which Mrs. Elate Bonem will re-
ceive the coveted Histadrut-Kupat
Holim Award.
Announcement of Dr. Sosain'i
ap|M>intment was made by Habbi
Leon Kronish. national vice chair-
man of the Israel Histadiut Com-
mittee, and Jacob Rifkin. president
ol the South Florida Council for
Medical Services and Vocational
Training in Israel. Histadrut and
Lindsay To Head
Effort For
Iraqi Martyrs
NEW YORK (JTAi Mavor
| John V. I-indsav of New York will
'serve as honorary national chair-
1 man for the Memorial Forest For
Iraqi Martyrs to be planted in Is-
rael by the Jewish National Fund.
The Mayor accepted the appoint-
1 ment at a City Hall conference
with JNF leaders. The forest, ac-
cording to Herman I.. Weisman.
1 president, and Dr. Milton Aron.
executive vice president of JNF.
will honor the memory of the Iraqi
Jews executed by the Baghdad re-
gime and "will insure that the
world will not soon for gel the
atrocities committed upon Jews In
Ii aq "
Three New York businessmen,
all natives ol Iraq, will serve as
cochairmi n of the committee. They
ar Stanley N> l>i. Jacob MukamaJ
and Hi rN it Somckh.
the Council are cosponsors of the
Third Seder, which is open to the
general public.
Israel Consul Zvi Caspi will be
the principal speaker at the dinner
event, which will launch a month-
long celebration in South Florida
of the state of Israel's L'lst anni-
versary of independence, Rabbi
Kronish said.
The event also will begin a cam-
paign for the recently-announced
1500,000 Greater Miami Medical
Center in Ramleh. Israel, which is
Sponsored by the Israel Histadiut
Council of South Florida.
Dr. Si ism n is president of the
Histadrut unit hi re and is a past
president of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith I^xlgi s and
1'ast president and trustee of the
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith.
A past president of the Temple
Emanu-El Brotherhood and of the
Humane Society of Greater Miami,
he is the president of the publicly-
in 1<1 Sossin Systems. Inc., a chain
ui nursing Homes and retirement
residences, headquarters of which
' i.; in Miami.
Dr. Sossin was a charter mem-
Ik r of thi' Florida State Commis-
sion on Aging and is former chair-
man oi the City of Miami Beach
Senior Citizens Advisory Board.
He a'so is a national officer of the
Nat ional Council ol Senior Citizens
uid a frequent Ii cturer on geron-
tology, the field in which heearned
his doctorate from Bethune Cook-
man College. He was chairman of
the 1968 United Negro College
Fund, and has Served B8 South
Shore chairman of the Combined
Jewish .\ppai nt tii,. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation,
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of the Seacoast Towers South men's club; Anna Wichanskyh.
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Friday. Math 21: 196S
82.3 Million In Gifts Announced
At Mount Sinai Founders Event
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Foity-four now members of Mount Sinai
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i-ih whose efforts include personal contri-
bution* totaling $50,000 or more were in-
Top picture, (from left) Mr. an'] Mrs. Lewis
H-. .':,.i".i. Nathan Evans, Mm. Nathan
Second picture (from left) Joe Hait, Dr. Mar-
vin Harris, Lawrence C. Porter, Larry Pas-
kow, Hank Meyer, Mrs. Martha Mc.quiz,
Third picture (from left) Malro'n Wo'de-iberg,
Herman L. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Shapiro, Dr. Philip Samet, Mrs. A. J. Mola-
Bottom picture (from left) Dr. Richard Deut-
ch Max Witz, Paul Gaiar, Mrs. Philip D
Michael Orovitz. W. James Orovtz. Mol
pictured are Mrs. Harrv M. Burt, Dr. Stanley
FrehLng. Dr. Alfred Hurwitz, Col. Henry C.
dueled at the group's annual dinner dance
recently. Honored for g fts to the hospital's
medical center campaign were:
Gumenick,. Joseph D-rvidscn. Nathan Dar-
sky, Harry Chernin, Harry B. Burt;
Samuel Liptcn. Irwin Leiferman, Walter L.
Jacobs;
sky, Mrs. Dan Ruski-., Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
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Catholic Scholar Is Guest Speaker At Greenfield Institute
A pibUcal scholar of note, Fit
"n.wti 'vnll s;*>ak on one <$f tW
Father Raymond Brown, a for- | stit
who has made
'awn*m4i^w, reputation as a
Catholic scholar, will speak at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Sunday morning as the guest |ec-
turcr in the Greenfield Adult In-
|Brc
themes of this year's series. "A
Catholic Looks at the Future of
Faith in America." Fr. Brown
spate al Temple Israel in 1966 for
(he Institute*,far the Clergy.,
Last June. Fr. Brown was chosen
hy Po]>e Paul as a consultor of the
Vatican Secretariat for Christian
Cnit and in August was one of
two Catholu* elected to member-
; ship on the Faith and Order Com-
mission of the World Council of
Churches. In October, he gave a
paper on the Eftolkttarupf the Con-
cept of Jesus as the Messiah to a
dialoKue between Reform JewU
and Presbyterian scholars in
Princeton.
Mitchell Wolfson, president of
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., has
been chosen by the American
Academy of Achievement as
one of 50 national "giants o!
accomplishment from tha great
fields of endeavor" to receiva
the Golden Plate Award.
Gulfstream Park's
$100,000 Handicap
Set For Saturday
The Gulfstream Park Handicap, j
a SIO-.OOO event, is set for Satui-
c'ay. Mjrch 22. The lineup will be
head) d by California's handicap
champion, Nodouble, and Funny
Fell > the Florida handicap king.
Th. first running of the (Juli-
st n a:?. Park handicap was in 194l>.
Its vaidftwas boosted to $100,000
in li^t".. and thereafter it drew
many of the tap money winners.
Its nuter of winners includes such
wcll-'ttriown names as Kelso. Coal- !
town, Armed, Crafty Admiral. Gun
Bow. Sailor. Round Table, Bald
Eagla. and Rretenw .
Mar; of the best-known Jockeys
have Iden their mounts to a win
in this banctteap. Hartack, Shoe-
makei Boulmetis Brooks, (Jilligan
*ik1 Vjlenauela as well as Dodson,
Knap!. Fires and Sellers are In-
clone .1 on this list
Tl i- is Gulfstream Park's ailver
BJiniversaxy.year The park on U.S.
1 on the south i I ol Hallandale
was o ened In \*i'<
Dupont Plaza Appoints Perez
Th> appointment "t Robert
Per./ as resident manager has
beet announce d by g neral man-
age! ." J Ski S lepard "f the
Dub< t Plaza Hot I. A native ol
Havana! Cuba, the 30-year-old
IVrcv who cam to Miami in 1964,
has had 11 ye irs il exp ii' nee In
\an m hotel operations.
Win trom Maxwell House Collee a
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York to London, Paris or Rome.
Then on to Israel via connecting
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one week tor 2 at the Hotel later-
Continental Jerusalem. You'll drive
a Hertt Car Free.
Here is all you have to do to win:
1. Use entry blank or write your
none- axil address clearly on a
plain piece of paper 3" x S".
2. Enclose year entry with any of
the following: The picture of
the cap snipped from the plastic
lid on <*v can of Maxwell House
Coffee. Or jatt snip from the
plain blue plostic lid a* Electro
Perk. Or the inner seal from any
jar of Instant Maxwell House. Or
juit the wards MAXWELL HOUSE
printed In plain block letters on
a plain piece of paper 3" x 5".
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net later than midnigh;. March
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than April 4, 1969.
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Friday. March 21. 1963
Seacoasl Towers*
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S s Nori
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Miami Beach Site
Of Senior Citizens'
Fair, Hobby Show
-I Citizens'
> lii ind Hobby Show in Miami
H ill South from
ring ex
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ind contest
ios. I
A '.i 'ai lo Hoti I.
ior Citizens' Fair and
v: ~i nl its kind
i xhibit
.
a> their
sculp-
..
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Eastern Appoints
A Norman Koppen
District Manager
Shewn at a reception in henor of Senator
G:o:ge McGovem at the Sunset Island
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Courshon are
(from left' Jack Ccurshon. Mrs. Jack Cour-
shen. Sen. McGovem. Mrs. David Drucker.
chairman cf Beth S'.iolom's Culture and Fine
Aits Committee Judge Ha:iy Aithur Green-
berg, ccchahman of the committee under
whose auspices the Senctor spoke at Temple
Be'.h Sholom.
1968 Record Year For Southern Bell, Sheffey Reports
Southern Boll T< lefhone Co. si I
new records for construction ex-
penditures and telephone growth
in 1968, according to its annual n-
h< re bj Low i ence 11
Sheffey. vice president.
More than$351.7 million was in-
vested by the company >" new and
improved faciiit i> ~ almost $G4
million more than in iy-7 It added
hone i n tin.; i he > i ar
with 5.969,038 in service m its
four-state at - of 384.000 ini- thi
which consists .it Florida, Georgia,
North Carolina and South Caro-
lina.
Mr. Sheffey said that Soutrii m
i lined 52.500 tcl< phi h
Dade County i i i can ied

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North Miami Beach's Fire Chief
Wolf, seated at left, and Police
Chiei DeBois were presented
girt certificates like those mciled
to their department personnel
by Sonny Levitt and Emanuel
Mandel, standing at right, of the
North Miami Funeral Chapel.
forward a S52.1 million service im-
provement and expansion program.
Southern Bell President Frank
M. Malone termed I9x the most
ventful year in the company's his-
ory. "The single most outstanding
occurrence ol 1966 was the organ-
ation ol a new corporation, South
I > ntral Bell Telephone Co., to
. e fi\ e stati s w hich w i for-
Ij pai t of our opei terri-
tory'." Mr. Malone said in the re-
| port. "The new companj serves
Alabama. Kentucky, Louisiana,
Missis Tenni ssi i
Data trans miss ion incn asi d it
a faster rate than voice communi-
on during 1968, it was noted.
Customers used telephone compa-
nj faciiitii t" trai smil facsimile,
lion scan television and handwrit-
ten messages as well as to con,
municate between business ma-
chines. Touch-Tone pushbutton
calling was extended to 36 addi-
tional central offices, becoming
available to about 250,000 more
ncrs Other aA\ ancements in-
cludi d tiic oii> i ing of a uni\ rsal
. mi rgeni j i nbei si i v an the in-
troducti n ol din ctorj assist
impr ived iin telephone sen ice
and :-i i atei use
paid $193,480,000
in taxi s for t ie yi ar; wages sal-
aries aril relati ri costs for the
company emplu> ei s totaled
noi d than $365 million. Kat
on the companj's stock wen !
i shai comi id to J or the
pn ceding yeai
I asi i ias nrnotma
'A. J?orm:i'
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oi Iir.H.kiyn. JfcK Vi
Koppen is a I Brow
l 'nc i ijorrd in
i" ics ll '! in the t' s
Navj rrom i i iw+4.. ajfl
'i iim I Fastern in 191 11 \ -
ing 15 yi irs w ith TWA and An
I, an. He hnil sei ed on TV \
sali s stafl in Ni w 5foi i- ai il But-
falo and .'
talcs development in the New Vjorl
In idquai ''i "i An i i u an An -
lini -
The l '-> earn ild Mr Koppr'n
nsibilitj for all sale*
ai livitii in the Miami Miafl
Beach an a and south lo Kej
West His w ifo jud
lour daughters will folfowthMI h
Miami from Franklin l.a^e- \ .1
where he is a menibef Ai+\ fsV-'
ol the i;-ii-.i Couptv
Board of Kriu : ftas been
active in othi i en ii ait isa and in
Is
THE l SITED v| \ik caa
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Dado County
to
acti>
hi the com-
thi i Ids "i ni sculp-
I i ,ii ducation.
In addition to exhibits by local
| inies, : presentatives of the
Department ol Health, Education
Welfare, Social Security and
Florida state Employment Agen-
i will he present, as will those of
the American Cancer Society and
the Iiade-Miinroc Tuberculosis and
Respiratory Disease Association. !
GARY OITBNBR won the most
Unusual triple in the history of
the Maccabiah Games. In l!*;i he
capti red gold medals in the shot-
put, iliscus, and in the heavyweight
\m ightlifting competition.
Some personal reflections
this Passover from one family
to another.
May we In all humility say iliis: The House of Streit has been
blessed with good fortune. Through the years, our ovens have been busy.
Trucks, trains and boats have carried our products to every corner of the
world, wherever there are Jews. Many are the "daily" Kosher products
that bear our name.
But they are all secondary to the true purpose of our continued
existence ... the observant and traditional baking ol Passover matzos.
It is this continuity of obligation that lias been handed down through our
generations, father to son, father to son. And this is what we learned
from our father, Aron Streit, of blessed memory the mandate of
Kashruth, the unbowing fidelity lo correctness, the traditional family
formula responsible for the traditional taste and quality of Streit's matzos.
This precious heritage from our father we are proud to pass on
to our children, even unto the youngest grandson who, on this coming
Fassover, will ask the centuries-old question, "Ma nish-tanaw ...?"
How happily, proudly and thankfully will we answer him!
Jack and Irving Streit,
for the Streit Family
Stfeit's has every tiling Kosher for Passover:
MATZOS EGG MATZOS
WHOLE WHEAT MATZOS
MATZO MEAL MATZO FARFEL
GEFILTE FISH CATSUP
BORSCHT FRUIT SLICES
MACAROONS PRESERVES
CAKE MIXES WITH BAKING PANS
HOC *? "ICO
under rabbinical supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI N. BIALIK
Aron Streit. Inc., ISO Rivin|ton Street,
N.Y., N.Y. 10002
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Friday. March 21. 1969
* Imfcfi fhrkUann
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Albert Jacobson To Be Honored
By Temple Judea At Dinner-Dance
AIHKT JACOBSON
Passover Record By Tikva
Kor the Passover holiday, cele-
brated this year from April 3-10,
Tikva Records' "Children Sing the
Srdcr" is .1 must. Narrated by Dr.
Joachim Prim, Tikva's TS2 was
recorded by h' children of the
school choir of Temple R'nai Abra-
ham of Ksscx County under tIn-
direction of Vixienne Bender. The
'iikva Record catalogue contains
move than 125 titles.
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Aliieit Jacobson has been se-
lected by Temple Judea of Coral
Gabks as the 'Member-of-t he-
Year."
Mr. Jacobson Will bo guest of
honor at a dinner dance at 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 29. in the Temple
Jtldea Social Hall.
Mr. Jacobson, past president ol
the Coral Gables Chamber of Com
merce. has been active in Temple
Jewish Draftees To
Be Deferred Until
After The Holiday
NEW YORK The National
.lewisli Welfare Hoard's Commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy has re-
ceived an official communication
from (Jen. Lewis 15. Horshoy. di-
rector of the Selective Service Sys-
tem, announcing that all draft
hoards have boon requested to give
"favorable consideration, wherever
possible," to requests of regis-
trants of the Jewish faith for |x>st-
ponemonts of physical examination
or induction into the Armed Forces
during Passover.
This communication, addressed
to Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow.
chairman of the JWV Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy, gives Jewish
registrants scheduled for physical
examination or induction immedi-
ately prior to or during the holiday
the right to request deferment un-
til after Passover. Requests for
such deferment should be made di-
rectly to local draft boards,
Passover begins at sundown
April 2 and continues through
nightfall of April 10.
tiik r.s. m.\< < \kiam team
has never lost a basketball game.
In 1965 the United states won
the gold medal with a 74-66 vic-
tory over Israel.
Jii'li a for the past IS yeais.
He and his family have been
Coral Cables n side tits since 1950,
and he has been ;< member of the
Lions Club, the Florida State Plan-
ning Board, board member of the
National children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, and many chic and commu-
nity programs in Coral Gables.
He has also si rv d on i vi ry ma-
jor committee in Temple Judea,
and is currently serving as vice
prcskii it on the Temple Judea
Board ol Trustees He previously
i' CCivi (I the "Man ol the \, "
award in 1939
Victor Keiier. a member ol the
Hoard of Trusties of Temple Ju-
dea, is serving as chairman ol the
dinner dance.
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OPfN HOUSl WIDOWS* OAt *UTZVAHS IfCIPTfONI
Mis. Max Heimowitz (second frcm right) was recently
honored by the Sisterhood of Sky Lake Synagogue at its
annual dinner. Shown with Mrs. Heimowitz are (from left
Mrs. Jonah Caplan, wife of the synagogue's spiritual leader.
Mrs. Leo Nelson, Sisterhood president; and Mrs. Ralph
Deutsch, past president.
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Gift (ertifirate**
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Sanka tastes as good as, or even better than
usual cotfee. And it's still 97% caftein free.
You see, caftein adds no flavor to any cup
of coffee. Taste a cup of Sanka and you'll
know it. Instant or ground.
LChayim with Sanka Coffee
Certified 0, Rtbti, Btrntra (.,, llOE J 1 UJD
Sanka
KOSHER-PARVE FOR PASSOVER
Sena I S. y : post mtMum td
the Zn--. Couuly Beat Axfcr
oad a no i.-r..-.>.- of -.-.%
ooard of 7-.vrr.cr3 of dM :
.da Bcr, has beer. :r-tal]d for
a %r-'.'.-:.i lean as president of
he Sou h Florida Ir.ter-Piofes-
-..'.:.!. "oj.-.t.J com prising dM
leaderships of the 10 DSOJOi
profeafriooal organizations in
Ded* and Broward fount!
Seacoast Towers'
Restaurant Open
Seven Days A Week
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of the claims rt I
British Board >>( Tra^1<' has r--i . dlj prrss .r<- I tru (fovi n : nt was said Uj J>
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diplomatic anproe
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Thankful .'or a new l;f_\ Ben
Ano ik, Peinsylvania'3 firsl
k : transplant recipient and
nn Or^icjcx Jew, i? seen rscit-
p c.yers durina his recovery
I. The 46 year-old Anolfe,
a farmer Marine seigeant v.ho
) h 1 home and send 1
hi3 childran to yeshiva, receiv-
ed the hejrt cf a 22-year-old
Catholic.
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JUNE 15th TO AUG. 7th GRADES 4-12
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Water skiing Sa rg Driver Ed F ;l -g #Tr
Socials Discotheque Academic tutor-g available.
Ca-ip Session Starts
JUNE 28-AUGUST 16
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON. A RlfKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard
Dept. JF
Harder Halt Golf-Tennis Camp
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
Revolutionary 3-layer tablet for relief of
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Helps Drain All 8 Sinuses (critical areas
of colds' infection and pollen irritation)
and
Announcement has been made
of an exclusive new tablet de-
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Moslems In India Attack Israeli Arab
Shown with Mayshie Friedberg (right), active leader of the
South Florida Council ol the Histadrut, are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Zitner who recently contributed $30,000 in perpetual
scholarships for immigrant students in Israel and purchas-
ed a S7.000 ambulance for the Histadrut in Israel.
NEW DELHI tJTAl An Is-
raeli Arab educator visiting India j.
as a i:u.st of the F lends of Israel
Socii i.v. wa beaten and knifed by
"i-min of Moeli m students at Ali-
aih University east of here.
Abdul Karim, who directs adult
ducation programs In Tel Aviv.
ivas as Itcd while on his waj to
visit a fi i. ml at the untvi rsity,
Prol I Ahrrx d of the de-
.: tn> '.i ol ci ntral Asian studii i
in assault was une oLseveral
nanifestations of hostility toward
Israel thai he ncountered among
Moslems in the h dian ca| Ital. A
Moslem mi mber of Parliament al-
ii gi dl barred him from paying ins
rrspects to the head priest at the
\r* Delhi M sque where he had
gone to pray.
Afr. Km mi. who attended a Fo-
tari.m conference here, told the
Hindustan limes that most In-
dians he met were astonished to
learn that he was an Arab and an
Israel citizen,
fee, drink Sanka Coffee.
Regular, or Ni w Freeze
Kosher for Passover, and
i.i j;ixid health.
Instant,
Dried
enjoy it
PHILADELPHIA CBBAM
< IIKBSB TASTKS BETTER
The name of Kraft stands for
j.iod food and j_'imm1 fixxl ideas and
. i |>i\;(Tiict that has no trouble
living up to this promise is Phila-
i Iphia Brand Cream Chei This
taste tn.it is delicious on its own
I a'SO li lids its. 1| to a \,u let;,
< i s. rvjrtg id) as.
I'hilad' Iphia Blfend is the
im chei se that Rlidi i
atzoh, It is so smooth and I
> i! hi i is none tresher
I assover make everj
s i -i.. tun h\ cati i Ing t i the
. > ippethVs ol youi t,i" ilv.
it Setter a> to start th< I
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l>i gich "t s.-rambled eggs n
h Philadi Iphia 'ream Chi
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WITH SANKA COFFFEE
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,M r is an especially joyous holi-
day. It's a time when family and
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in share 'n the u sti\Hies ol the
Si cli : And when such gatherings
io an b i' S inka Cof-
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THE ORIGINAL PASSOVER
t OFFEEMAXWELL HOl'SE
The tradition of the Seder is one
ol the many joys of Passover. The
Knowkdgi that it is being shared
with Jewish people throughout the
and is u ul. ii.s, ii ational.
In kee| ing with the spirit of
Ibis tradition, Jewish families
s, i\.' Maxwell House Coffee the
oi iginal Passi >v< r col t i dui ing
ins holiday and all yi ar through.
Maxwell House is the traditional
offei in Jewish homes throughout
the land, its hi < i ing ta'am i> as
-'ant a: d unch in ;ing as the
i. of Pass vi r itsi it.
.. kwi l Hous" Coffee is the
i, 11'. et t> verage to top ofl your
assovi i S di i It's been the fifth
mi at i < Si iVi for almost half a
, nt 1 it's b> I','':* the m
; Mi kwi II House are
,.-: ol bli
,l i r suits ni mi n> vears ol
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City Of Hope Will
Honor Blunu'iitlial
Martin Flumenthal. Miami phi-
lanthropist and financier, has been
named by the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of the City of Hope as its
"Man of the Year."
Mr. Blumcnthal, long a s'lpport-
r of the City of Hope, is also
active in such other organizations
BS Hope School for Retarded C'hil-
In n, United Jewish Appeal and
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Mrs. Cy Plasky, president of the
chapter, announced that the pres-
entation would be made at the
organization's affair of the season
at the Deauville Hotel Sunday.
April 13. There will lie an elab-
orati cocktail ; arty, dinner and
lancing.
Mrs. Dorothv Amhowitz is In
eharge "t reservations for the
black-tie affair.
Arthur Teichner has been nam-
ed Catering Manager of Hotel
Fontainebleau. He received his
training at the Imperial Hotel
n Karlsbad. Europe and was
associated with a number of
Miami Beach hotels. Mr. Tei-
chner is an instructor of Food
and Hotel Management at
Miami Dade Junior College and
Food Consultant since 1963. for
he Mi=s USA and Miss Uni-
Paaeants.
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The peace-loving
Matzo Ball Soup
Your holiday table is no
place for home-made
'cannon-balls.'' Tryour
peace-formula. In 20 min-
utes you'll serve perfect
soup and unsmkably light,
f'uffy matzo balls. Kosher
fc Passover; traditionally
d< cious!
c- Kosher for Passover
under i.ibbiincal supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBIN. BIALIK
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SUNSWEET
APRICOT
APPl
PRUNE 1
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Apricot^B
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From first to final Seder, these taste delights from
Mott's and Sunsweet are right in every way for your
Passover mealsincluding the benefits of prunes
to keep your family "regular" in the gentle, natural
Sunsweet way. Look for them in the Passover depart-
ment at your store and bring home a tempting vari-
ety for the holidays.
Certified Kosher nd Prv for
Passover by Rabbi J. H Rilbaf
MOTT'S and
SUNSWEET
TRADITIONAL AT THE SEDER



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Li/hat 5 k *mina
By RUTH SIRJUS
Chi basic ir. .) -h cooking Chicken
chicken liver a. .- two example- of favorite
Jewish d n cook, as well as the
tikes chicken. It 1- low in calorie* an: -; '''
Davor vv like to experiment with chicken and to en
dtafa 1 Tirtini'l chicken .-..th In th.- f.
recipe, chieki ea come together to forma 1 itit
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GOLDBN CHICKEN
1 .. ,-i pounds) li teaspoons garlic powder

.vine
' cup mai^'atine
2 t< asjxjons salt
1 tcas[KX>n paprika
'. as;x*,r, pepper
1 larpe onion, sliced
1 cup celery, cut up
Cream the margarini -^ 'h salt, pepjer garlic powder and
h< chick'-n ..n.i dry it with paper towels. Spread
th- ined :i over, inside and out. and truvs
Place I'to 1 onions, cut up celery and orange sections in
roasting pan under t:i<- chicken. Add orange juice and wine and
cover the pan tightly. After 40 minute- in a 35 I F. oven, remove
covo r Continue roasting another 30 minute*, basting occasionally
and turning chieki n to brown on ear+i side. Ttm- vegetables can
be served with the golden brown chicken if desired.
Th egg| it .- one .,,' the most po'Milar vegetables. It can
! prepared in a varietj of tasteful dishes, like dips, salads,
main course- ,nd if you stretch your imagination, desserts and
I t ; .-. iv-
In the days when meat and poultry were very scarce in
Israel, eggplant was on the table at least once overs day. but
we never tired of it Tedaj 1 ::;>. nl dishes are on the menus
of the best notch and restaurants Smart hostesses use them
in elegant entertaining.
Thi.- eg casserol) .-..- prepared by a chic hostess foi
a : urewell part} g*ven In our honor. It was accompanied b> rice
and -ai.id. and made a delicious UnV supper,
' eggplants about 2 pounds 's < aapoon pepper
] i>ound eiourul meat 'I cloves garHe, mashed
1 12-oz. can tomato paste 1 large onion. ed
-' teaapooni salt < ui for frying
Slid eggplants ii to slice* '. inch thick, sprinkle them with
salt and let itand for 30 minute- iThis avoids bitterness 1
Meanwhile, prepare tomato -.nice: combine one 12 oz. car. of
tomato paste with on" can of water, 1 tsp. -alt. garlic and pepper
Rinse the eggplant sllci and dry them on paper towels. Fry
them in very hot oil, in a large and heavy skillet Fry them only
to be browned on each side Frj the chopped
onion and th pound meat for a quick fry. Add salt
uigi 1 layei of pggplanl on the
bottom, Spread I in a second layer and top it with
half of 'he t snato sauce C >' 1 with the rest of the eggplant and
top again with the other hall of the tomat sauce. Cover the
casaerok minute* in a 330 degree oven.
Avocado seen 1 'In these days. You can paii.t your
: matching appliances, pots and
pel So much for the color, but what
b itself? It tastes good, has many good vitamins,
t to good uses bj the cook.
The avocado cat eaten plain sliced on buttered garlic
or 11 in b I fancy, an eye-cat thing mold. Here
you 1 versatile ivocado -alad The salad is
< luncheon dash when used ss a filler inside a tweet beil
pepper At dinnertin* .1 can be the fii-t course Al a part) it
th crai ki re.
mVOOABO SALAD
- 1 teaspoon salt
; hard boil d Juice of one lemon
1 'a :. chopped onion 3 tablespoona 1 ilad oil
up d ce 1 pickles
Peel Um nd cut into half-inch cubes. Sprinkle
with lemon juice 1 t discoloration. Chop the hard-boiled
and add to the avocado; combine with other Ingredients.
Makes 4->. portions
"CARVE-IT-YOURSELF"
GEFILTE FISH!
Want something better than
ordinary shaped gefilte
fish? Try carving your own.
Square it, round it, thick it
or thin it from Mrs.
Adler's new solid loaf! Mrs.
Adler hooked a real live one
this time the largest
Gefilte Fish in captivity.
SADLER*
GEFILTE
FISH LOtf
SADLER'S
GEFILTE FISH
Mr Adlri Food, 902 IMS* Stfttt, Brooklyn N y.

Planters Offering
Free Recipe Book
With many everyday I tor-
bidden, menus for the eight-day
Passover holiday are a real chal-
lenge to the modern homemaker.
The special dishes of Passover are
based on centurk i oi n ipious ob-
servance.
Planters Peanui on is offering
a 32-paw recipe book, "Five Great
Cuisines with Planters Peanut Oil"
which* includes such Jewish-style
favorites as Red Sea Slavs. Esau's
Pottage, Israeli Eggplant Salad.
Kasha Kreptach and Knaidlach.
.'. apeciaJ feature of the lavishly il-
lustrated cookbook which lea'
French, Chinese, Italian and All-
Americai trie introduc-
tory sect PPlying important
information on correct frying
b chniq .
An intriguing new menu maker.
Pruit-Baki d Be. t-. a dish combin-
ing fresh beets and apples with
orange and cinnamon, is auggi ated.
FKl IT-BAKED SECTS
2 bunch's beets, peeled and
thinly sliced
2 medium apples, thinly sliced
* ti aspoon cinnamon
1 cup orange juice
2 tablespoona Planters Peanut
Oil
1 tablesiioon sugar
l teaspoon salt
'2 teas|K>on grated orange riocl
Arrange alternate layers of beets
and apples in 1'^-quart casserole.
Sprinkle with cinnamon. Combine
oiange juice, Planters Peanut Oil,
sugar, salt and grated orange peel;
I>our over beets Cover ami bake in
a hot oven (42S F.) 70 minutes, or
until tender. Makes 6 to H servings.
For your free copy of "Five
Great Cuisines with Planters pea-
nut Oil," write: Standard Brands
Educational Service, P.O. Box
2t>9.. Grand Central Station. New
York, NY. 10017.
Fresh beets and apples flavored with cinnamon and orc:.ge
make this intriguing Passover casserole colorful as we'.l as
flavorful.
farband Honors President
The Lebedlker Branch 342 of
the Farband Labor Zionist Organ-
ization has purchased a State of
Israel Bond from its treasury in
honor of Joseph P. Zuckerman,
"resilient, on the occasion ol his
bii thdaj
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M!vtn J. Hrrber, secretary and
wc<\ T i : Guardian Mcitcjage
i Investment Corp., was re-
cently elected by the Mcrt'jan<-
Brokers Association cf Sojth
Florida to waive as president.
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Singing Star Geula Gill
Heads 'Israelis Are Coming'
sect lYtion <>f tiir \arictj
- .nil Tli'- Israelis Are Coming."
s. hi (iuled f"i t"i' Miami B" .1. i
Auditorium OMQtefitalg ol Sunday,
. 30, pill i* beaded bj Israeli
nrdinjt "tor Qeuta GUI, Shmuel
...i w i'i produce .mil direct
low.
Not onl is M iss ('till :i to;
st r, sin ilso hand ith a
Durii k her stint in Israel's
- at hiil a
rati
Gefilte fish-
like mother
::sd:omake.

Only if your
mother made
great gefilte

InH Mothai Gafilta
# f.sh Traditional
O'S Fashionrd. Wh.tafish and Yd
k Pike, or All Whitefish In lars
or cam Far low sodium ditli:
"i"v New Unsalted Gofilte
Fish. Unsaltad Bofscht. rut Un
s-ld Soft or Suck Margarine And
*.<> Mother's Mat/o Balls
Ah Pareve Kosher lor Passover
wt o liact y j-c o d$r "

VI i; \.\ < OFFEEA SPE< IAL
PASSOVER S '. DELIGHT
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I car'I deep roasti d. a
Illy in ;.i\.' you a fla-
voi i'i I matchi tl \ u
Ii hi is the i -i -tasting
; i can out ol a jai
"i'-li i eh u | n.aili' in be
i to be bitter, It guar-
ml i ft stivi hi iliday becau
i I-. :. tyous Oc-
asioi i I;, sip a simcha. In fact,
> n i- ih. simehii coffee,
Offei your family and guests an
ext i i nv pleasure by sen
ing Vuban Coffee. Try both In-
tant ai .' Ri gular Kiuban and you
will quicklj r alkc that you can'1
make oi si i vc a l>. tter 'ii|i ol cof-
fee ~i bai Coffee ,-. rtified Ko-
Dl FFi MOTT I RI IT
TREATS nil! PASSOI ER
You i'i ui\ i evi ry Passi >\ it

-: ai ks too v. inti rests anil \a-
riet) with kosher I'P' sai h Mot t's
Fruit Treats < hunk) Appl< ith
\: i., its, !:.- and SI > a -
in i i You'll find thi bc favoi itc
fl lit the
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1m t. All In varieties ii ii
Chunk) Vpiles ith Pii
Chi i yeai
a/ith the K for Ko-
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lott's I-'-, il Ii eats as
a filling for Pa >\ i b intzes, with
, hei -. when the blintzes an- a
main coursi for lunches or supper
hi without chet a- a sophisti-
c ated dessert after a meat meal.
Ami don't forget t>> buy Mott's
Creamy Rice Pudding. If you yen
for the good old-fashioned home
ciMikr.l rice pudding. look '"> fur-
ther. Moils Kosher for Passover
rice pudding is so smooth anil rich
ii can i>' spooned right from the
lai
MOTT'S AND SINSVYKKT
FOR PASSOVER SERVING
When making up your shopping
ist for Pa : s ii and
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clude Sunswcet Apricot Nectar,
swe< i Api H' >1 Apple I'i line
Juice, and Mott's A.M a fi il
luicc \\ hich i~ ai i uallj fi\ "g.....I
h< '.In. i ilit s in one ill Ii i
As long as j iu are making up
four list, don't forget Sunswcet
i '.I ki il Pi um s plump, tend" i
prum s in hea\ s, rup.
All ui Ihi sc fine products are
certifii d Kosher for Passo\ er,
Look loi the rabbinical seal on the
pack i
TETLEY TEA FOR
PASSOVER PLEASI'RE
Be ready for Passovi i entertain-
custom
catering
Special affairs for
very special peop
I Mi\ detail handled
with expert i are,.
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DIAMOND KOSHER SALT
FOR PASSOVER COOKING
This Passover you can build your
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ran do it quick!; < asil) and in-
All you have to do is pun
a box i I 1 tiamond ("i > stal K< -
S ill and keep it hai dy in your
kitchen Then, whenever you have
a recipe that calls for seasoning
\s ith sail, ri arli fol the I Haninnil
Crystal Kosher Salt. It will lend a
rial i la\ or to all > our fi ids,
i ih. r the) are nit d. boil* d,
broiled or roasted, because it's s
11 a pure for ext ra zest.
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Friday. MatCH 21. 1969
BOOK REVIEW
seymonr ft. tivbman
JEWS. Jl STK F. and JIDAISM
Bv KOBF.RT ST. JOHN
In Jews. -Justiee and Judaism
by Robert St. John (Doubjeday
and Co.. 95.95) the prolific author
continues his interest in the Peo-
ple of the Hook. This time he has
shifted the scene from Israel to
the United Stales. His present
opus is a narrative of the role
played by Jews in shaping this
country and the effect of this
country on the Jews.
Attention has recently been
called to the fact that the Negro
contribution to this countrys* de-
velopment has been overlooked
in the writing of history. St. John
points out that, for the most part.
American historians have omit-
ted the role of Jewish pioneers
in the Middle West, their efforts
in the Civil War (on both sides),
and in the Revolutionary War.
He has also depicted the virulent
anti-Semitism that has existed in
various parts of the United
States since the days of the Pur-
itans. Also discussed is the devel-
opment of our secular organiza-
tions and our religious schisms.
The publishers have included
this book in their "Religion in
America" series. It is to be hoi>ed
that the other volumes in this
series are more accurate than St.
John's effort. The errors of his-
tory and spelling are really too
numerous to enumerate. The fol-
lowing serve as mere examples:
Iting the sick is misspelled Bikur
hotim" and the holy days are
called "vanim tobim" instead of i
"yomim tovim."
i >n Page 191. St. John states
that here were 250.000 Jews in
America in 1877. but on Page 207
he writes that "not long after the
Immigration of the 1880's began,
the 200.000 German Jews and
handful of Sephardim in the .
U.S. .--
It is particularly s irprising
that these and many other errors
remained in the book since the
author thanks an imposing list of
rabbis, editors and noted Jewish
authorities for their having "read
critically all or parts of the man-
uscript of the book, or who sup-
plied information or who checked
the facts and figures. Did they? I
While the author |x>rtrays the
Jews as having made a substan- t
tial contribution to our country's
progress, economically, civically
and ethically, most of the mate-
rial will be "old hat" to the
knowledgeable. Those who seek
information of the history of the I
Jews in America should consult
authors such as Salo Baron or
Joseph Blau. Those who seek j
light or slightly more than the I
superficial will find that St. j
John's book is a good primer.
M.B. Federal Ekcts Brooks
Alexander W. "Brooks has >,
Ict.d an assistant treasurer ,>
| -f anji^-a-h I'**** *4fK- an t
I. aiF-sA'ssoclatimlf 5\h1cn he has
servid in various capacities for
nearly 32 years Mr, tflvuks bjios)
recently has been a new accounts
MCi cutive in the main oltieea of th
association, 401 Uncorn R 11 Ma!
M
Shown planning the Annual Installation Dinner of Freedon
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, largest in Florida, to be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, March 29, are Judge Theodore Nelson
president-elect; Bernard Anstein, president, and Sidney .C
Cohen, journal chairman. The affair is expected to draw
1000 members and guests.
Florida Bar Will Conduct Seminar
"Unlike Ijulmo.
written in Hebrew
Ladtno is written
characters.
Yiddish is
characters."
in Hebrew
'Isaac Aboab had the double
distinction of being the first rabbi
as well as the first Jewish author
in the New World.' Aboab 11642-
16841 was the first rabbi in Bra-
7il but not in the New World.
Luis de Carvajal was writing In
the 1580's and l.">90's. Some of
his work has been translated by
this reviewer in his book. The
Knin;iii. ned (University of Miami
Press) which St John might
profit from reading. There were
at least three rabbis in New
Spain Mexico and Central Amer-
ica prior to AlMiab.
Record Breaking
Week At Northeast
Northeast Airlines set a new-
record during the first week in
March, carrying more passengers i
between New York's three airports
and South Florida than any pre-
vious week in their 35-year his-
tory.
The carrier's Southern Region '
vice president, K. H. Bishop, who
made the announcement, said the
airline carried IS.100 persons, rep- .
resenting a 60.3 percent load fac- j
tor and a 34 percent increase over
the number of passengers carried
during the same week of last year.
"We have said all along that this
year's season is much later than
The Florida Bar will conduct a
seminar on "Secured Transactions
Under the Uniform Commercial
Code" at 9 a.m. Friday. April 11.
in the Kverglades Hotel.
The course will be restricted to
members of the Florida Bar and
full-time law students. Malcolm H.
Fromber. the local Bar representa-
tive in cnarge of the program, has
announced. The $17 registration
Herbert L Weiner Named
To 1969 President's Council
Herbert L. Weiner, CLU, has
been accorded Home Life Insur-
ance Company's highest honor. Tn
recognition of his outstanding
achievement in 196S, ho has been
named to the President's Council
for 1969. Mr. Weiner who joined .
Home Life in 1857, is connected
with the Miami-Stone Agency,
and is a member of the industry's
select Million Dollar Round Table.
He has six times wen the National
Quality Award
fee will cover the coat of a I OS
leaf handbook containing lecture
outlines and forms as well 84 en-
titling the registrant to attend the
seminar.
Those wishing to registi r she ild
I contact 'Continuing Legal Kd
1 lion." c o The Florida Bar. Talla-
hassee. Fla. 32304.
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record-shattering week."
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Friday, March 21. 1969
-JeHisiiFkirkMari
4m-3 W RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Meaning Of Saerifice
Page 13-C
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By KAItltl S. T. SWIKSKV
!'> (Ii .Ineoli < ii u _l > t i<.11'
Miami K,. h
The Book of Leviticus, which be-
gins this weed) Introduces the
< ligmatic ami ponderous theme of
f .< n:.n s-.J^fodprn jiian. u,th his
vaunted sophis-
tication, looks
down n!;
dain on this a -
ronlsni
i. I. gati > it
tiqual reli-
rites
This
inwil nd
in "anti'
sop
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be r^i !.<**>
IWIijtf Th->-i s.vel.. i
sa,-;i.; s is. SUM h p..v
Trur?*- tor tl. ..i.v ;.;, i
kir,f,:'T:v'-.. it In the n stit ii
*iytficw an f\vj) vital conn -
\<&o moral n:,>i,'i,' th;n
in to remove
bWMfcil u m Un pn cat I sro :
the nds of time to -
": I shelter J as (i upon
111 dm i and abiding va
i I' -" N "in the meaningful and
|l: Uitl .. lift .
The :.: -i di sideratum <<( sacri-
ii< '-. as portrayed in the Bible, is
I i bring tenn closer to the pres-
;'< ot urround him with hope and
in nuth. The rultie and the pro-
hotlc idCHl is to direct the human
the sanetuary. to the altar, to ,
idjje the chasm that separates
, im from the Divinity, and
through the medium of the sacri-
fice and hy Submission to His wi'l.
to tat] emboldened and streneth-
ened by the exjx'iience of reestab-
I lishing communion with God.
Above all else, sacrifices teach
us that no matter what happens in
life, man can always straighten
himself out and continue on his
journey of years to scale heights
and conquer peaks. This is a most
ii vealing lesson that reaches out
t" many a heart ami a crushed
spun
About s centuty ago, Paganin's
nted man;, an audience
in Euro] H was a re nfzed
vl,r his strings produced
K tones Oni i dur-
mj i ils befell
ul Ii p4j ii the
ifter he played a
"i the it roke
burst
be-
! : :.
. i
bei
as a
.. abl to "i voke
:-' w i itt ings Ii st intly
sed the i ntin musical
I i muse "i '. si
rem lining string.
is th Ii sson that people
. today very' urgently. Evi ry
h is a role in the
an I as a appear on
thi stage we are the cynosure of
(traction. We play our instru-
im i. and the audience, composed
of family and friends, is moved by
our blithe song. Then something
happens, and a string is broken. A
heavy burden falls u|>on our spir-
its, hi" some misfortune lashes out
violently upon our hearts. We feel
that a few strings of our violin
have been snapped; some cold fin-
.iis have muddled up our score, I
and the heart crii s when the linger
Ol grief draws its melancholy bow
across the instrument of our life.
The quality of a person is best
mirrored when the song of life
continues even after a few pre-
cious strings have broken. The
song of life may even become rich-
er in texture and more feeling in'
nuances after some strings have
been severd. Many a person has
found himself after sustaining a
deep loss, and some have been
known to become the very epitome
of compassion only because some
strings have been snapped, and a
newer melody, though played on
only one string, is deeper in tone
and more titillating in melody.
If we could but look into the
hearts of people as they walk on
the streets, if we could but peer
beyond furrowed brows ol men
and women, we would discover
how many are playing their life's
ody Ol only one remaining
string. The fibers of every living
are moistened in a cup of
ii ars, ai d >. | these peopli
moving thi tr bow acn ss
string untii th song
aluable lessoi
titution of s
t sou
s rit iuld approac thi all
flames would i> '
treai s of a m w
m their horl
of Go ".: ii
tin ni si n
hi inm r fortitude to continue the
meli ife, if only i in the key-
board ol hopi and Faith, for the
verdict of Jewish history Is that
without a song is fatal, futile.
It is bett i to have played on one
siting than never to have played
at il. It is letter to sing with a
broken In art than to stifle the
heart of a song. Broken strii
must never silence or mute the
sonc of our life.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION

Vayikra

Two lambs offered as a sacrifice 1n atonemenftftr a
sin.
And he shall bring forfeit unto the Lord for his sin which
he hath sinned'' (Lev. 5.6l.
VAYIKRAGod called t'> Moses from the tent of meeting
and revealed thi icrificial la as.
The burnt-offering was to consisl ol a male animal without
blemish; if it be a fowl, it was to bi a turtle-d ,e or a young
pigeon Thi purpose of this offering, which was to be completely i
burned, was to make atonement for e\il thoughts
The me | was to cooked,
, r Btewed, generallj Intel di d as i free-v.
The pea .ff. rim ttle or shi I. or female,
'' '' ee-will ofl iffered
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The sin-off. r no, vas intei .,_
" I gro ips
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goal The
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This recounting of the Week / Purflev. of the taw is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sihlang.
Suspect Arrested In Synagogue Blast
CANDLCUGHTING TIME
2 NISAN 6:13
WASHTNGTl >\ (JTAl
year-old i lectrical worker has been
indicted by a Prince George's
CountV Grand Jury for the Jan. 11
bombing of Shaare Tikvah Syna-
gogue in suburban Temple Mills,
Maryland.
The accused, David V. Maness,
was being held in jail in lieu of
$16,000 bail. His trial has been set
for April 17.
The synagogue suffered an esti-
mated $200,fHX) damage from the
blast It was empty nt the time
1 nt onlv because a teenage dance
had been canceled owing to a flu
epidemic Maness, who is also un-
di r Indictrm nt for burglary, was
arrested after police found explo-
sives and a large quantity of weap-
ons in his home as well as a map
pin-pointing the synagogue.
UNITED STATES sprinters
have won the Maccabiah Games
100-meter dash only three times
In seven tn. s. The American win-
ners were Gus Heymann in 1932,
Ira Kaplan in 1950, and Gerry
Ash worth m 1965.
#vcxicjIons **^c
rviccs
Itai I'r. m ~"ii nt Mi and \|. -
ii irn fhanln Junior Conerreiratloii
Servlei In i .. in In .\ ml l> 11.ill
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti ?
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. H
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
p n R. mon "Towards
nin lleltcton" s i'ui
.. m I la* Mstsvah .1 hi.n .
1 Mrs r
BETH DAVID. 2*26 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William w. Lipson. 4
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Ivi i;
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Ii SaluriLit
I
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Raiitu Solomon Schiff. 5
|| "i ninl ,i in s.
th lv
B itnrrin II li. Si
1 I 'Mile Call '
BETH KODESH. "llOI SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Sfapiro. Canter Bsn Dickson. 6
m "We Mum Mak.
-" i e I'oHOu-piI i\ i in, si ,,|
''' i" h' i nt 15th Wedding An-
T "I ^U\ and Mrs 1^, w ,-h
- lurd ij v i ., s. i tu. ii
An ,\|,|.r,..,, ii tu Sswrifl. .
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12

OR OLOM (TEMPLEI. S755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
TIFERETM ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
l'i i i i Pi .
II Followed h> filed
. m The Pui
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TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLEI. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
I *- ul i \ ^ I.". |. in Service*
Sernioi
I .. -
in honor "f i! Bar
Mil h s itui da> .i m II
I Mi-

ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wa-
man. 16
! daj p in Bhoi i Pervlci
luai i i' i1.'. a hj -'i -i!..\\ n '
I Rouiil
m,Ii i: Mi Mr*
l
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL. r801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17

BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
8th St Conservative. Rabbi Simon I Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Sw.r.
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8 sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
i kit p m s, im. ,.. ^11 i
du i hj>- Vounc Jndjn (tuh ]
n i ShahbiJ h.-i.a bj a,
'. i..uiisj Judea iMuii membi
BNAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 275 NW
199th St. Conservative Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel. 9
ISRAEL (TEM-LB.) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 1th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
niii'ii. "Flchtlni i'.h. I-
1......1 'of Marrlaac
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drann. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
1 nil.iv .; |i m :,,|,| i-, p s.i'
i:rvateal Sacrifice Followed
bJ 'I eg Shahhal In honor "f Marvin
lei sj it ,r MKivah Baturdaj i
am li.ir Mnrrali Man son '' Mr
Mud Mi. Hviniui Kiimi.i lluesl
hi; rthmaryaha T Swlrakj Rabbi
1 Sfrrpon "KhuhI and I'
Thi :iDltir Twin- "
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabin
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish Cantor David Conviser. 21
Prida i R is p m s.nion In
Count} Down 'r Covenanl
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BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLEI. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rahbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler 24
FYtda) S p ni p "i Bern
wii ,i Is Khci a "f Rclli ''"
'in Saturday I > m Tl u )>i\
i lion ( ili. BH l i'n Mluvah
Jeffri ol Mr and Mi
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Friday 6 |> m s iturda j S in m Si r-
in Tli. Art of the s.i. ril
'js
i i laturdaj 9 a m Mar
Mlttvah: i-.\'i! son of .Mr. and Mrs '
s..niui! i n-i.'iii
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 2S
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eunene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
i> si"- n in Sermon "M
I' li.is m- i Saturday I .i m Rai
i I i :i on of Mr ninl .Mis
.1 Roai i thai
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
| 'I S i ii- .1 v S :n .1 in
s. 'i \\ l,\ Saoi: ll '
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
HUM. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN .TEMPLE). 1025
N E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinskv.
Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
i n tn s. mi. 'rii. Dlf-
Ili-iwi .ii the Mai ."
i \- n Staff ol I .Ifi H lurda'
- i ii in Junior Si i \ I. 10 .i in in

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BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
l-i i-l.. i | in and R:I5 p in lt.it
Mltivah Ora. dausrhler of Mi I
\li- Vbraham .1 Gittelaon Saturda]
I Ml
Suaaklnd'i Baehel r* and s, \ With
s.i"-'. Oir i- Th. r.
l'. .ul r llov ; i ini
Saturda) It a.m. 1 lion for
ih.- Week
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18'51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
Prlda ftp n s I urda j :, m
mon fa i w Rai k T. ill ) To
A.nin.il Sai
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 17'st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLEI. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per. 40
l'i Ida; S:1S p.m 0 uai I .-111
siiiij. .i |. n in. ni i 'ommunli i
lion or \\ orld HoUx ..u-i I )i.. i
I. I Di t i
i:i!i.i!.ini. Tl.: i ., ,i i >r Jama l{
Jude; Moderati r Hoi Rii hard I
eat.
HAILANOA1E
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N E. F.rst Ave. 44
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HOLLYWOOD

BETH EL .TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Kern Hov Ri
i Help In
I .' ui ial 11- i!" Sal
Mlti ill David
v .n"l Mi AJ iliur
i.

BETH J'-A:_0^1 .TEMPLE). 1725
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 46
SINAI i'EWPLE 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Hedbraun. 47
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabb. Maxwell Bcrger.
'"I'.i Short I "uts In I
Can Thi > Saturdav i IS
.i in
FT. IAUDER0ALE

BETH ISRAEL .TEMPLE). ?47 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Theodore Mmdich.
Krnl.iv > ii ni Si : mi n
I'. Opll (Jo I .
ba Saturd \
EMANU-EL. '801 S. Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabb. Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
MtKAMAR
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 69th
Way. Conservative.
P0WPAN0 BEACH

SHOLOM TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative R.ibbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick 49
i.
..u ...| hy tl
.' Stephen Roidloh'a
liar M Satu i.m. Hni
Mltaval of Mi and
Mi-
SURfSIDE
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MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9^93 Haro.ng Ave. Surfs.de. Town
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
50
/\ civvinical U c/
cvtston
v.
roci rants

BETH M O S H E CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschrnbaum. 35
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BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
l'i id m Baa MlUvatl a. -
lighter of Ml uid
I \ t Slut .1.1 \ .. in
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. 37
I" Ida) I II p in Etai ni"... '1 ia\ Id
Mar. ..'?r.. 10 9:30 a.m The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Ral ovitz,
Templi Nil- Tamid, Miami EJeach.
Mar. 2SCh, 7. !i> a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlin
Temple Adath Yeshurun North Miami Beach
Topic: The Purpose ind FV>rm of Prayer
-'- Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Tenspfe Zamora,
Coral Gables; and Rabbi Morris A. Shop,
Temple Shal m, Pompino.
-Ch. 2. 10 to 11 p.m. Man to Man.
Israel.
.ii r Rev Luther C" Pierre.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot, Temple Israel
'.I ttei Miami; Hah!.: Mark Tanenbaum;
and Rev. Robert B. Hall.
Mar. '.->-

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day of April, !!>; If you lail lo do -n.
juoitmeni i.y default will be taken
aaahud you for th<- relief demandeit
in tbe Hill ot Complaint
This notice 'ball be publlahed on .
.,, h .-.k for four oonaecutlve >i l.-
in TUB JEWISH FliUUIMA.V
la-NK A.M. ORHEHKD at Miami.
Honda, this 10th da) ol March A i>
Iff..
E It LKATHERMAN. Clerk,
1 Ircull Court. Dade County, Florida
By: U SNBBDBN
lM-puiy i u rs.
ii ircuit i 'ourt S. al i
lUHthSKT H BCRN8
" Lincota lid .
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 14-21-2S 4. 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69 4191
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAMl'EI. FREI.V,
PlaJiitlff,
IMIROTHY FREIN,
li.-f. ndant.
Tl'. I h ,i:i rTHY FREIN
Ann ll.rsh
1141: Pembmke
Detnilt, Mlchixan
Iihi WikiiTHl FREIN. ,,. i,, .,
'""-I ihni a ii.ii ...,.
'|;'."; i..... rued !?*.,,"
", "" y- ;i" i"iuii..i i.....k,
a np) ol ...ur An-....., I I,
' mplaiui n ,i,. ,-
JOSH UBP1ICX ,
Vonue, ,,,.,,.
' l#""' ...... i i.i. ii,.
" Pleadlim In Ho- .
>k "I ii Clrcull
' Kill" da) .,f vniu
ludemen'r',';,
"ill be laken asaiiiai
i' llel demanded In n,,
plaint
Tins notice shall |...
a.-!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. (9.40M
tUIT FOR DIVORCE
IlM.IA Hi >LBDAD Mi IXTBRU
Plaintiff
V s
I.CIS MONTBRO
I o-f.-ndant
TO I.F1S MONTBRl '
Ri di in CnknoH n
You. I.I IS MONTBRO. .' hereb)
tifi.,1 thai Bill of Complaint for i
LEGAL NOTICE
Inv
ami
of
Hill
ban bean filed neainai you.
are retiulred in -.m ., copy
Answer or Pleaditui Ui the
i'"inplaril "ii ill. I'lai.itiff -
I
attome)-, s. iiwAit'i/ \ si ii wahtz, | i"
..l Reynold Hide, 14 S I-: i-t Street,
Miami. Florida Mi": ., i the oi
nal Anawer m I'l.adini- n, th, m,..
of the Clerk of I he Clnuil Courl -.n I
"i befon the IMh day of \i.nl.
If you fail I" do so. jUiiirni.nl l,\ fault will he laken ueuinsi >,.u f..r I
tin- relief demanded In the Hill ..f
Complaint .
Tins i,.,ii, hall i publlahed......
each week for lour conaecutlve a-eekf
in THE JEWISH FlAiRIDIAN
I'.VK AND ORDERRl) ..i Miami,
Florida, Ihla lUlh do) "i March a o
I-.".:.
K H I.KATIII'.UMAN. Clerk,
Cm uit Court, Dud* "ii iij Fl
By: N A HEWBTT
Deput)
t< "in un i 'ourl Seali
SCHWARTZ A SCHW VllTZ
*"1 S. vl.ol.i HuildinK
.Miami. Florida 3313:
Attonti >s (or Plaintiff
.1 H-.'l-.v 4 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. !>-4019
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY VALENTINE
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S CO,
IN AND FOR DAOE COUS--
FLORIDAIN PROBAT--
No. 82073A
In RE F>lale ..f
I.AVIli HIAI^Kl'K,
I .. IS.^1
NOTICE TO CRPOITO- -,
To All Creditor* and All p,r
HavliiK ila ma or Ortai
Ai-amsi Said Knfato:
You ar< li.n l.j notified and-,
t.. preaenl my ilaimn al
uhich you m..' hare aatainai th.
. f DAVID MLM.Ki'K d.. .
II i. County, Florida, to Ih.
,iu.i'. ol I ....I. i tounty, and
-..in, in duplll at.- and a
Be, iK.ii rVtid
iffh In tin- (Jon
Hade County, Plorlda,
mleudar nioiitha from thr in,
In -1 |.ul In aii-.n aTTeof, i
w ,11 be Purred
-i .,i Miami. Fk.rldu l|
Fi bruan ah. i?s;.
TOUT BUU9TK
Aa Baacutria
I ral publk liou m U
ihi :a da) oi FaAroar)
MYERS, K.Wl-AV I^n:-; ,..
I.EVLVHON .. id rUCNIN
Alton > s f,r 1 ;\... utriv
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MiamL Flniidu
ml,
ii.ir.4|
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H4KI If
you for th..
Bill oi .',.,.
Mlbliahi .1
\.\"X BRBCt) Valentin::
I fi ndant
ro ANN IIRBCO VALENTINE
sum mth Avenui
Bruokl) n. Ni w York i'ii>
New ^.....
> "u. ANN .:i:i:>-. i v \ I.KNTI N r
are hen bj notlf|,.,| ||,
in I-, |H\oi
n d you
'.',; M:rv' ",''> "" ) m Vneu
I h'IIiik I- th. BUI ol
'I" I 'I.IIMI ,11..,-
Ki.S. ... I
In
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-
Cmid.il
II .1 HANI
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I..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69*020
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HAKHABA J. BCHMIKDBCKB,
Ptalotlff,
va
CHARLES M 8CHMIEDECKB,
Is-fendant
TO i'IIAKI.DS M rM'HMIBI>BCKB
It. sld. n, Uuk'llOM II
You. CHARLES M BCHMIBDBCKE
are hereby notlfled thai a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
ajjralnal you. and you are required to
aerve a copy of your AnAwer or I'l-aii-
inir to th.- Hill of Coioi.lai,,, ,, ,n,.
Pliiiiitiff'K attorney, ALAN It iii'-
PBNHBIMEH. of the Law Firm ..f
Laator, Oitpenh-elmer & fjorman, Suite
12". 1516 M.W. Tth St Miami. Flu.
and ill.- thi- orlKlnal Anawer ,,i Plead-
Ini in the office of the Clerk of the
i'ii.uit Court on or before the 15th
day of April, I'.-i.H. If you fail to do
-o jiidfin. nt by default will taken
an.nnwt you for Un- relief demanded
in ih.- Hill of Coinidaim
Thla n......- shall i published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
IiiiNI-: AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, Un* 7th da) of March A|i
-.. ,
i: n LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
''". ull '"in i. Dude Count) FI.....In
B) S A HEWBTT
Deput) Clerk
fi Iri-ull '"in Seal
Al \\ II OPPBNHEIMBR, B8U
er, I ippenhi Imi r A.- iorman
Sulli it:. Northwest 7,1, si
.Miami. Plot Ida
\"...... foi 1*1

'- n lEatiikrman. ,-<,,l
ItVBll Court Dade Cou.it>. Florid,,
By: 1. SNBEDE.N
..- r ,. Deputy Clrrk
l< ir.-uit Court Seal)
JMU K1JCI1IX
1370 Waejunirton Avenue
1111 Beach. Florida MISS
)ou
1.mil vnll

1 miil.iiui
This ,.. .,,.,., |1(1|
'".','.,;"' '- ii-uiiM
In I Ml. JEWISH FUtRIDI \\
DUNK AND ORHKREI)
I l"i Ida, this Tih di .
'" II I KATHBRM VN
11. Uil oui '. I i...|.. (
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11
Hill

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Di-pu
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It.J I'AMl.l.s
" I.in. .-in Road
Mian,, 11,.,,, i, p|or|,|.,
..... > '" I'lainlifl
11; 11 M..,,
' SNBEDEN
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*,
NOTICE IS HUKEIIY t;|\l .
thi u...l.-rsiKi,. .1. dcsiritir k. ,-,t.'.
,11 business uie4.-r the fit-tit,.*,. .-.;.
of Sl'NNY S. .t XII TRAILER I
AND SAIJCS m*N*XV s.n-fiil
THAU tUi PARK; and or
SOl'TH TRAIIJ-Ji MAiJ.;s
N W 79th Btrewt, Mumi. Fl
: ; : n. :.f|. -,. r -,n,i ,,.,,,,, t
th- Clerk of the Circuit C
|..,l, Count r, I'lori.la
S II ENTERPRISES. INC
H> SKI .Ml >| 11 Ii.,.,,. .V,
PreaaeVni
Fill i.MBKBi;. FKOMBEIM1
H'-TII. p.\
tltorne) t..r
S II ENTERPRISER, INC
____________ .17-11..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X< iTIt'B IS HEREB 1 .;i\ 1;-.
ihi uiiil. 1 Idled, desirti % to
In bu> 11 r Ho- ti.iii|,,u. .
\ "IN IV.; AND HI IM.HAI I
S \\ -Mi Aw nu. m
1' "' "ouni i FI01 Ida ......i-
Kith thi > lerl
1 11 iim ... I lad. on >
a m:h bciikctku
I'M.I., iT 11 H'PKI I.
IH HIV I IMIHM \\
r A|i
1 ul
. _- I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
No 69-4261
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
o v\i\i-: ELLEN KBNNE1
I'lalntiff,
im :.
Ji
ii 1
UN JOSEPH KEN NET,
I', i. ,id..lit
:t 14-21 _
I 4
Attorney tor Plaintiff
J 14-.1-.X j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cniiBT
'N ANrP.Fr,0aR County""
FLORIDAIN Phobate
. No. 82S42-C
In lit: Estate of
HARRY COHEN,
Deueaaed
T. nN.Tl.C.E TO CREDITORS
ro AH 1 r.-.litrs and An lAamoiui
HaviiiK Llalaaa or 1 < 1
Altalnst Said Kstal.
ii.u are herabjv notlflud and re,
f. prearat any ulaima hi i
of HAitm COHEN, dec.
Dade Uounty, Fh.ridm 1
Jud:,s of Had,- c..U:.i.
eoine 111 duplicate and a
e... lion ;.?:t.ib, Florida
their i.ffii-.-s I,, 11,, ,.
in ban,- County, Florida, wit:
l'-"-l ,1 Miami. Florida. Ihli
f March, ah i;,..
DR. ROBERT II CCRTIS
and UWRBXi'K v\ \l iAiav
">: IMW'RBNCK WAI.DMAN
,. As |.;v,., ,,,,.v
lirst publication ul thl. i.n
"1.. .1,1, day nf Ma,,,,"
I- -'in A BPSTE1N
Vtinrni v rr Baiale
1 '" I Ini "In Road
Miami Beach. Florida
IN
I THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
N ft. DFOn OAOB COONTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATF
111 RE K-lal. ,.|
HAKOI [, iiMTER
Ii.-. aaed
JOHN JuSBI'II KHNNE
- Alice Padlta
I lo| Haat M11U St rent
llrookl) n. Nun York
You JOHN JOMBPH KENNi:v
her. by notified that a Bill of
lilaini for Divoroa ha b-en III.
analuat you, and y..u are riuir. '
ervi ., iiip) ..f your Aiismt w
I lend ma |o the lull ..f lainapbvli
", Ui. I'l.ii.uirs attorui-y. JERRY A
II l:N~ ..... I.in. ,,in Road, Suite .'. 1
.11. Miami Heai Florida Milt,
Ihe "i-ii-i- h|
,'-.;,:...... ^^,.vV.:.:-.-t'-., % ,v:'.J-^.:-,-,";,;.
V....... nn ill !. d.-f..ull will l I.L., -^,.,vi
ii-lnaii.is
quired
d. iii.uiils
III. .-l.il.-
ed late ..1
the County
and file Ho-
1 provided in
Stalui.s, 11,
t) ('ourthouai
""Hind ...... n -
in) laiina and da.
iauTS5 huv" ""ti'isi
l-Vltii > iiBTI.'lt .1.
,"'<- "' Dad. count' '
unt) Judjcet id 1.. ... .
-'in. 11, iiin-ii
12 da.

V..u an ii.-r. 1 *
d t.. prt-senl
in. .n. Is mi,,.,,
Un la.....1 11
-,. ,1
I., ih.
and |,|, (I,
pruyklwd in wii....
HUtuiea. m tholr ..:,,_
1 ""I UIOUSU ill I ...
within six mi,
'Wm^nVrrred"^
u!r:":v^'7.:!;:. *
SYLVIA .1 i.st, ,;
JAMBS 1 ISTBII
utora "i in,. K.ini, ,
HARULU UMTER. I..
h"Vb.,l,"J........">'
Ulh day .,f Mar,-1.
BIMAN AND CRARY
in- Hi ,111.. 11
eya n.1 iA,, ,,.,,

This
. h i
' .'Ul, i v
Florida,
ii.-in 11,
hi 1.. .1.
i'......1 .,1
liu) .-I |,.|
'i Ida,
"U', 1 %.
and .,
Florida
11 the
'tun \.
month
1Mb
a- i:\..
i'
11
1.1
All
I I
IN
I JI ; 1
IN the
EL
I
I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82562-A
I I l.'l: i: !.,-. ,,f
SARAH CLICK,
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-E^ENTH judicial. ciRCmT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
Cage No 60-4iaa
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIV0RCF
Plaintiff
a, 1"
unly.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i" All Cr. dlion and All Pere,
Itnvli ,,,- 1 1, ,.,
VitaII I B.lill I Si 1 1,
. v"" '" her. b) nutifl, ,1 and ,, iiulred
' ni an) laimi nnd del
Whl tl m:i) I Ihecitni
.' Ml liMi-K .1.
" ''' I) Fl. rid........ rile the
1 iik pro>.....1 -
Florida Stalutea
11 11,. .-.., 1, ,,.
in Dade Cnunly, Florida
' '.....i moniha from ihe
' publli ,1..... 1,. roof .
M ill be ban n i|
lJuted at .Miami. Florli
.in of March, a ii i-,...
I'n 1 iiubllcalliai of thi
ih.- 1 tih day ,,i Man i, 1 -....
mam 1:1 i'i:ii:i.i.a\ii
....... N" Executor
MN ERR. KAPLAN, PORTER
i.i:\ 1.V8ON ki;mn
Allot lie) s (or K\.. utor
IIM 8 \\ 1st Sir, el, Miami. II.,
I h-.i-:'- i i
\ -
1 Btl.V \,:n in; \\|.:
I 1, nmlanl
TO I 1:, i.NARn DBANB
... '' "-K- 1 nl.....
, ,' LBONARH DBANB
>i 11r<
11 A
" 'tni.l.ii- for 1 ,jv
s, 1 ..
hi

fen
I 11.
117
Ill
uae
H-llhln -,\
lime ,.f the
the Kami
... thl
n,,ii, on
' 11 red
*er or Pleadlim lo ihe
' RONALD lVaVIS
His. .,. 1 f|u -.I.,,.. ,,,
1.11111 Florida :
'. and fll, 11
*n,Ji '' Pleading in thi
'". lerk -I ihe Clrcull .
ihe imi, da)
) "ii fall I.. .1..... IU ,
'' 'ei, ,,!..,,., v,u for p<._
in ihe Complain 1 for
1 si.1 .
i
Plll.lt.
H
original
office nf
11 1 .a, ,.,
il April, 1969 |f
iiirmeui bj ,1, i.iuit
lief
Dlvi
demanded
I-,,
mis
. ,
eltn 1
I M I
Florida,
NOTICE ahall I
h .-. 1, for i,,,
. THK .11 :u,s'i FmrnDLVN
B.h.aNV,hKdaW M"'
publli I ,|
11-. i-utlve
NOTICE BY PUBLICATins,
F,Ta:HwEc5VRCU,T COURT o? THE
flFnna,JUDICIAl CIRCUIT
cr^r ^ORIDA IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-4288
BL.BAnf:THT*Ti?Ey>,vo"Ci
piuintirr
\ -
' 'l.-M I >E BIK KS
Hi I. ml.11,1
TO MB CUVI'DE SIKBS
[ \-iili V\Msl
Lynn .. ,,
' 11 CLAI UK SIRES, .,,,
IHII of .'..,
"' '- en filed ik., 1 v.,i,
... ...,., ,
"' "ii"1........'i Hie Pluiiiliff
n<'). IMITHBNI
OA.N KORNBI.I'M :;-.
Mlamk I
''' "Ui 1 on i,..-.. 11
! >..!,
U .;-",. Ill bi
KM I IIS I .1
nia ill .1 Iii ihe lllll f
rhla nmlce hitII 1,
^MJMKu/siV V:,:r,,';N-
li\l-. AMI ORDKRFK .,1
!'.:;;.:"1-' i: 1 2th da] mi
. l: i: LK VTHBRM w Cl, rk
'"'"VV'T'.."....... '
' '" IPKI, \.Mi
In .ili\ i'l.il.
(I Ircull Ooun Seali
lj di :.,uit M-iii 1.. laken again: .
1. ii i..i Ihe relief d-mand-d in the
'' "itiidaiiit
notice si all be published .- -
|..I. for n.ur .,ns.vutlv. arersi
in PI1B JEWISH FUiRIDl.W
l-'-M: AM, ORDERED at Miami
'..*' '': ,,;,> '"' 'v'''''h- U.
11 ',! mt c.urt tad)
. I- II I.BATHBRM VN, Clera
' mt '"un DadeCeuuiy, 1':
By: UAIUH'KRITB KENT.
ui..,,- D. i.ut> Clerk
-,', A. ';' ,:NS tt*Q"nB
;,'" '-".....I" R"ad. Suite 114-114
lllami Beach. Florida U1M
|'"-> i"i llainufl
: M-21-., i
c,^TNi?T|CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' >) is IIEREB> ISIVIJV
,,"',!-' di 1 nn to -1.
BVV I' ri- "" -" '"'
n-ri 11-- mi ;uh s w nut
," 1 1 ..in.-
ill' Cll u, I '"ill '
umy. Florid/
l: SH VI \
S" 1.....
1 21 a 1. -,
NOTICE UNDER
An.
\
in

A -. iiu,
*ilh ih
1, d.
. fall 1
ill 1 lull
Il..... III I .1...
''"llifl.i.ll!
Iiubll In-il
M ami
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'rida. Ihla Mil, da) ,.f \|-.',-,,, j.,". ,,- ,. De-MHy Clerk
|.',ui,^.!^T:.:d;'(.^^^, ., ,<,.,:
. B>:Mi^?raM? iT*-js4Nia.......
I" mm 1 I. ik
" ir, un -ourl s,..,|,
1 I4-21-2S
II

-.rili Miami Beach, Florldi
Attorne) for Plaintiff
:: II
|]
' N M ..l.s.i,,.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
dolicits your legal nolicet.
We appit i.;ie you:
palroncige and guaia:ite
accuraie service a! leaai
rales .
Mai :i7:i-tvor>
lor mesenqr senricu
i t


^rickrv, March 21, 1969
* Anifh fkridftur
Page 1MT
tBGAL NOTICE
BltJTICK BY PUBLICATION
IN TrtE.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 68VS42T
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
h'.N.M.P W JAUKBON.
..Irnllff. ~
v
|:mma t. JA"*{SOX.
I r, mfaiit
i:\t.m \ T JACKSON.
. aj' kt.' A I .-
KM MA MAIU'I \.NO,
109 At". Ii SWi t
Akron, i -hiiv
V ,) KM MA T I.M'KSnv .,,-. her*-
....t'fii. tree has been filed against you. and
ii arc rvaulrfl i" serve a cop) nf
i'ur Answer or Pleading in the Com-
, on the Plaintiffs attorney,
Carthcr J U"l.FS<'.v. ton Btaraync
Building, |i Weal Plagler Btreet,
Miami, Florida. "SI".", and file the
riginal \t-wcr Or Pleading in the
fflre tif the Cleric of the Circuit
'urt on or before the 1st day of
lApril, intis. if you (.nl to iin v#, jufiK-
menl liy default will he taken against
< .1 for the relief ilini.urL I in the
i implalnt.
In.nk AND ORDERED at Miami.
I Florida, thin 2llth day of February
IA l> 1989
K R MiATUWLMA.V clerk
fir uit Court Dade County. Florida
ly: <* I. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
l(i ., .jit <"Vurt Seal I
|.\RTiirR j. woi.fson
4'.' I'i-f-nvm- Ituildlnr
I* Wl Flaglf/1 Sir. et
tMlstnl, FTorfdH lt
( nej for i" intiff
i.'Zi ', I i i
Dmitu
"'N THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. .$2281. C
i:i: Km
|:t-.r.Kcc\ savi 'BI.fi
i- i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml i'ii .|i nil A Pi
mands Asa .-
i
u u r<
.. >l l, I |
. i it.>
I I !.! .
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
. l.v not fled I .
u n a) t
'.BHMll'A
' 'out : I i
file ll -it. dup
irnvld i
hi Hie O in 'v
i
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of ll puhlli it
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3 : : i u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 88-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TIIFI. r I. AN AC AN.
PbUnttff,
<>HN fi.waoax.
Defend.se I
,i JOHN I'UNAOAV
38 Kol .. lv .'. v.-.uie
North Itebylnn
l.ng Ishfltd Now York
\..ii, ji'iiN' i'|.a\a':\\ in hen
neitlfh d thi I Rill of fomplali I
r DlYOf n filed against
>u. ainl rnu urt remilred m nerve i
py of vonr AiMwir or Pleading to
,. mil I he Pin ..'"-
I'AI'I, I-oi.l.ACK. B8-
iriRK 17>n n v.' Tth Btreet, Miami,
(' fii.- the original
nawer -r Pleudlna in the ..'fire of
. i'i. the Circuit Court on or
for..... I -h day of April 1988
yog n do ho, judgment by Be-
lit 'ii he taken aaralnal you I
reh.; demanded in the Hill of
mplalni
Thi f I bf publi-hed onee
Irh wei-k for 'out- roneeutlve weeks
Tlf. .'"v.-H FI/OR1D1AN
l-.Ni.; \\|i i K|iKKKI> at Miami.
da ill day f March A !>
s
E H I i.\ : H'""M W '-'erk
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NOTICE Bv PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Flf>Rir>A IN AND FOP
>ADE COUNTY IN CHANCERV
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IRIDTAN
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?th day ,t .M.ir.h A : I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JLDCFSCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN POOBATE
No. 82225-B
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NOTICE TOCRED'TORS
I I'rcd ru and All I'ert
or Bald
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th.- estate nl r'RANCBH HAKKIH
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i'i..t du Count) Judg< w of ll
County, and file the eann
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Florida Statute*, In M ii ofl
the i unl i". .ii ..- I >: di imtv,
Florid hi a ndar month!
f. i m r,. tt i-:. ..f tin firm i ,it ittion
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N -E COUNTY JUDGE? COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. E2019-A
tale ol
.I.IAN' PKIIMKIN
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NOTICE TOCREDTOPS
To All Creditor* and All I'ernori' Hav-
ing i 'IfUma or Den i |*lni I Bald
i art herebj notified and requir-
ed to prevent any rlalmi and demands
which you may have acalnst the
Ii ..f I.II.I.IAN PRl'MKIN deeeas-
i.l late of Dade County, Florida, to
tni .'..linty Judgtoa of hade founiy.
n id file Ul s;.m. in duplloata and
iis provided la Section 733.18, Klorlda
- Ultaa, in their offlrea In the t'ounty
Courthouae 111 CJade County, Florida,
within mx calendar month* fn i in*
r the first publication hi raof,
. ma will i.e bam .i
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
daj .f January. All 1
JtlSKPH Fit I IMKIN
As Kxecutor
Plral publli'ation of tb;- I n
the ?th .lav oi March, i
>'A Ii, ROTHBNBKRll
I N .<- MiKNI'I.t'M
At It irn* ~ tr B\e ut.-r
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SI i HI* I '." Kuibtmi:
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N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 80284-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml il nd All I', rson* Hav
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You notified and n
ii i den
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A H '.VI.KY .1- -
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. ,: ;ss i. Florida
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the
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i l ruary. 191

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. Miami
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NOTICE BY Pl'BLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
No. e? 14456
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
| .-.. rOHT \ Ni LAN
'iil.l.KKX MARIBNOI^AM
... i'ii'.i i:i.n makik NOLAN
Myen \i- '
..... ;m
Kiiri I.l 'i'i.
fl '1,1.KF KRIR fCOI.AN,
. ., hi : i that a Hill of Com-
ol.uni for hlvorei has heen filed
required lo
Answer or Plead
,. mplalni on the
IRVINQ K.
|l ni'NN A: JflllNSON, *<
, .. Ml. ml, Florida,
,,30 riginal Anawur or
t- .. K the of fire of 'be < lerk of
., flnuil Court h( fore the
yi u fall t"
... I .: '.,n!t w ill he
u I relief de-
p Kill of I '.mnlntnt.
, tall I., published onee
.... (i week fr four roil.....u'ive weeks
in TltK JKW'.-H KU'HIDIAN.
IxiNi; \N|i URIiKKBD at Miami.
. ,.l tl Is ."tb da* of February
11 19(8
B h liBATHKRMAN. Clerk
t'lrrui' 1'i'iirt I>adi County, Florida
B] N \ I l-UKTT
I u i.ir
. ircull I'out I Seal)
IRVINO K HI NN
DUNN ANIi .11 ni'.-i '.'
418 IIWi-iv'i. 1'uilding
Miami. Florida
Attorneys f. I t s 1/7M ,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 69-3708
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Of .UK I"HI! IV. HI^H'NT
Plain tiff,
ROBERT HERMAN Bl OUNT
Defendant,
TOW, ROBERT HERMAN RI/R'NT.
residence unknown, are required to
file vour answer to th* complaint
for divorce i'h th.- clerk of the
above ...un and serv* copy therei
Herman Cohen, f:s.i 1310 11
.- Bldg M .imi. Flo.- d .
\ :
. ompl Hi t will he takei I
DATED N' Itli '""
E B 1BATHBRMvn
I cir> irn r .u'l
Bj N A HRWi'RTT
Depul) Clerk
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VI'llKUM \ N, Clerk.
ii '*eun, ij.i.-.-. tv I'"U>'
' i' i I i .n
Denulv i ''..rk
W 7th Hlreet
F.J|-torMla
r^gcfMaintrff
S/7-i4-;i-;i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HKRBIIY IIIVBN th:it
the and
in bu ..... under I h
| of BAKATIXJA APARTMENTS at
I 400 N i ml
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1 ,,i ti i'.I Ii County,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE i-AVS
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IRVINt! I Jill: i ii'' 'N, Trustee
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Miami Florida
ID .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE'dOtJUTV N CHAN&ERY,
No. 69'-3230
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAREN JEAN I'EMIIERTON,
i tiff,
\ M
IRl'CK CALVIN PEMBBRTON.
I ndant
TO; BRI'CE CALiVfN PBB1BBRTON
Tl Hroadway, Apartment No. J
Arlington, Mnanai huaett*
You. BRCCB CAL.VIN PEMRER-
Ti IN .i. i.t. bj nntlfli .I thai a itiii
of Complain! for Divorce baa bean
.uitst you. and you are required
t<. aervi .- copy ..f your Anawer or
Pleading to th.- Hill of Compliiinl on
tin- Plaintiff* attorney, wii.I.iam .1
<;< i|.l>\\ i >K\. PA., 1698 Coral Way,
Miami. Florida 33145 and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In !he office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the I si day of April, I96S if
you fail to do so, judgment by default
will i.i. taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each weefe for four conaeeutlv* weeki
in TUB JEWISH FI.OKIDIA.V
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th day of February.
AD. IMI
K B I.KATHKRMAW Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad* County, Florida
By: c p copki.and
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WII.I.IAM ,1 flOLOVTORN, P.A.
1899 Coral Way
Miami. Florida 33145 445-9841
Attorney for l'lamuff
2 28 3/7-14-21
_ NOTICE BY 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
STEFAN IONB8,
Plaintiff,
vs
INK/, I. >NBS,
I lof.
T<' MRS INEZ JONES
.....II Road
i ml, dm.
\ ii INEZ .1' >N I'..-' in hereby
tlfli thu 'omplninl for I >l -
nl nut you
you uli
i r Plea di n|
i plalul -i Ihi V
MAX i- BNC.EI 17011 N\\
Mia i P ephoni
file thl < .
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April, I uda
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I o u for t h i i' f d e I
nt.
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week*
in TH J i V -ii PI OI'IDMN
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Plorl 24 of Fi i ry, A.D
E 11 I.l.....MAN i
Ult C iUI I Ploi -i.i
Uy:N A HEW-
' il
I.AW i tFFIt'Eri ol" MAS iEL
i: m v u- 7th .-
Miami Florid.i
Attorni v for I'l.i i I
i !'
IN THE COUN l v JUDGE 5- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PHOBTE
No 82332B
In RK Estate i
I'llARI.BS ASK< IFF
1>. ... I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* : w. 1 na
Having Claim.- or Demands
Against said Estate":
Tou are herebj noil fit .1 at 'I required
to present an) ... ma and ill mat
which you may hnx-i iigainst -.. -
lof CHARI.ES \.-'<" IFF .i.
of Dadr i 'ountj Florida.
i ly Judge* of I iiuli I'ouni nd file
} the same In dui le led
in Election 733 Floi da SI
I their offices in tni u ihouse
m Dude Coir i --.,. i ii \
calendar month* fmm Ihi of the
first puhrication hereof, same
u ill be barred.
Dated .it Mi.it- I ... i|, ,!.,y
of !' bru.itv, A I 1989
HARRY KATZ
A- Bl utoi
First puhlli niton ,.< ti ..!,
the M day of Feln-uarj
WBPMAN and w BPMAN
Attorneys f,,r i \. eutor
4n7 Hisrayne Building
Miami. Florida
1-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROB*""E
No. 82101-A
n RE: Kstate ol
MOIUtIS SOHK1..
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlton and All Person*
Iin vin*: Claim- or I .tn.....i
Against Said Kstate:
You are hereby notified aud raQuured
to pnaent any 1 liiims and demand*
wht* h you may have aaTalnat the estate
of MORRIS SORKU deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judge* of iiade County, ... file the
sain,- 111 duplicate and as prt vUted iin
Beet Ion 733 18, Florida g itutus, in
their office* in th< Count) i'oui I "
iin ia calendar months from thi Hi
first publication hereof, name
YvlH be birred
Dated ..1 Miami. Florida, tl.it ..'. da)
of F. bru in a|i
Firs- pu of this nnl
the .-..- Febi ii.. .
I .' \ SI UROT
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st \Nlj-iV HAVES
I I ir
am n v \
not,:e unoer
fictitious nave law
NOTH Bl -. -
the underiig Irlng
.
THE ; 'I 139 At
reg
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THE OO D-N-POT
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Ue) Hilt
Jl.amt. Florida
- :S 3 7 .4 |]
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUh*Y
Nol 69-381?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY l/H'ISE CAR .. I
PttfllMtff," al H.
MAR\ IN C VRET,
11. r. ndant
TO: MARVIN CAREY
. R. 1:.....licit
Cot.-. 1 Sir. t
Hurrodsburg, Kentui'l y 1
Y. 11 MARVIN CARB1
11..till. .I Dial a. Hill ol L'ompl
Divon** has been filed against v-u.
and you are required to serve .. .-iiy
ol j .ut Ansvi i- or Fb adlng to thi 1: 1
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, l'All. KW'ITNBY ESy Silver-
stein, Kwltney and fioudlss, 420 I.
...In Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in ti.....ffi. ,.f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the sib day
. April, I'" If you fall to do 1 1,
JudKmetit by default "ill be taken
agalnal you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consi". uii\ weeKJ
in THE JEWISH FliOHIDIAN
DONE AND 11KDBKKD at Miami.
Florida, this Mb da) of March, A.D.
1969
K It l.KATIIF.RMAN Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
l-.i I. BNBEDEN
Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
81LV BR8T Bl N. K W ITNKY &
OOI'DISS
4L'n I at., oln Road
Miami R. .1. h, F
Attorney* for Plaintiff
J 7-14
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-3521
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
.H .live HUH TH,
Plall
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NOTICE B1- FL BLICATtON
IN THE CIRCL .T COLRT OF T-E
ELEVENTH JL DICIAL CIRC I _
1 OF FLORIDA IN ANDFOR DACE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
Nc 69-3170
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Vou. KF.l IIMI.E FRANK,
Hill of Ci m-
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uired to
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NO" ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI that
....
i bu- under me
..f BETH El. 1 -- 2' Weal
Plaster Btreet, M imi i-'i.-r 1.1 In-
tend* to register said name w 11 the
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Friday. March 21, 1969
NAL's Open Golf Tournev Drawing Top Sports Names
*________ ... in .... .____I__111. C?._ hTiialol
Gary piayor. winner of the U.S.
1 >| n. the British Open, the Mas-
ters and the PGA. has announced
his' intention of playing in the
$200.00 National Airlines Open at
the Country Club of Miami, set
for March 24-30. Gary's last com-
petition in this country ivai last
September's World Series >>( Golf,
when he won $50,000 first prize.
In the Celebrity Pro-Am which
will precede the tournament, a
field .'t athletic hcadliners will Join
a host of stage, screen and TV
, ntertaini rs as well as top ama-
teur golfers for pairing with golfs
it. st professions for IS holes <>f
try Club of Miami play.
The roster of well known names
will include baseball's Stan Muslal
and Mickey Mantle, football's Joe
Namath. Johnny I'nitas. -John
Hadl. Bob c.ruse. Ted H. ndricks
and Jerry Kramei as w< ll as Paul
i Bear I Bryant and George Wilson.
repn -- nting the c aching fral i
nity. W. A. (Sonnyi Werblin. who
formerly owned the Jets, and is
.......s) '. ol the M 'sic Cor-
poration of America, will be on
uand and jockey Kddie Arcaro will
n present the racing s, t. Comedian
Jackie Gkason and Broadway Joe
Namath arc sure to be the center
o attraction because of their pri-
vate $5,000 bet the money to go
. i Variety Children's Hospital. Ar-
nold Palnn r has agreed to play
with tnem, and any golfer in the
country can complete the four-
some by submitting the highest
bid, from which Variety Children's
Hospital or a charity of their own
choosing will benefit.
Tickets for the National Alrlin* s
Open, the richest tournament on
the PGA Winter Circuit with a
KM first place print are now
available at National's ticket of-
fii cs or by mail from the National
Airlines Open Of i ice. P.O. Box
' 65, Miami. Fla. 33139.
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