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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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-oiarr.e 42
Nu
mber 13
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, March 28, 1969
Three Sections
'rxe i,:
CANADIAN LEADER URGES
Meet Communists
Halfway To Help
Jews In Russia
MONTREAL (JTA) A Cana-
dian rabbi who just returned from
a visit to Russia asserted this week
that the best way for Jews abroad
' 1o help Soviet Jews was to try to
meet the Communist re-Rime half-
way and not engage in public pro-
tests and violent demonstrations
against it.
Rabbi A. Heclitman. executive
director of the Montreal Jewish
Community Council, told the Jew
:^h Telegraphic Agency that this
technique was the only practical
attitude to adopt when dealing
with a country that is anti-
it UgJoui in philosophy and politic-
ally hostile to Israel.
Rabbi Hrchtman. the only Ca-
nadian rabbi to attend the 75th
birthday a It orations for Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin of Moscow's
centra] synagogue, said he found
BtgM that the Soviet regime was
somewhat relaxing its repression
ol Jewish observances. He said he
was promted by Michail Kundicof.
Eban: Israel Not Bound
By Four-Power Talks
rim f adviser on religious affairs to
the Soviet Council of Ministers,
thai steps would be taken to ease
restrictions on Jewish ritual prac-
tices.
Specifically, Rabbi Hechtman
! said. Mr. Kundicof promised he
would bring before the Council
Hi. question of separate burial
J grounds for Jews. Jewish ceme-
teries were closed by the authori-
ty s two years ago and Jews and
gentiles are now buried in the
same cemeteries.
The Soviet official also prom-
ised that the government would
I'nnt 40.000 to 50.000 additional
copi. s of Jewish prayerbooks and
Hebrew calendars which are sold
to Jewish congregations. Rabbi
Hechtman said that 10.000 calen-
dars print*d recently were sold out
In a day.
Rabbi Hechtman said that 50
years of Communism and the ma-
Continued on Pag* ISA
B.v Speeial Report
NEW YORK Israel For. i m
Minister Abba El an said this wet k
that Israel will never l>e bound by
any four-power decision to impose
a Middle East peace.
In a strongly worded address
Immediately before flying back to
Israel after a series of high-level
talks here, the Israeli diplomat de-
clared: 'National suicide is not an
international obligation. Israel will
insist on retaining every position
essential to her security."
Mr. Ebon spoke at the National
Leadei-ship Conference on Peace in
the Middle East, convened by the
Conference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
Six hundred national and local
Jewish leaders attended.
Territorial questions and boun-
dary lines are negotiable" with
the Arab stab B, Mr. Kban said.
"bul we shall iii \. i ri turn to the
vulnerability that I. d to Ai
_r< ssion and the Six-Day Wat "
He said \raii lenders were
"deluding themselves" If the}
thought outsiders could Impose
a settlement in the Middle East
without face-to-face Arab-Israel
talks.
"The Arab states cannot convert
the Middle Kast into an interna-
tional protectorate," he declared.
"The destiny of the Middle East
will be fashioned by jts nun resi-
dents, not by outsiders."
Mr. Eban said he saw "no ero-
sion" of American government
support and understanding of Is-
rael's position and that his country
felt "no sense of intimidation" as
a result of I'.S. interest in consul-
tations with Britain. France and I
the I'SSR.
"The Middle East is not on the
Israel Charges Moscow
With Aiding Terrorists
Rabbis Rap 'Failure'
Of Jewish Education
KIAMESHA LAKE, NY iJT M
A u anting to Jews against view-
I the Negro's quest for pow< r
;.'l full equality as a "racial issue"
ASS made h.re by Prof. Eli (im/-
berg ol Columbia University, a
ading manpowi r authority, when
he spoke at the 69th annual con-
tention oi the Rabbinical Assem-
I y
He told the 500 Cons, native
bbla that many Jews feel threat-
ened when Jewish shopkeepers are
forced to sail ghetto stores, when
Ni crocs move into Jewish neigh-
borhoods and when Negroes BO k
referential treatment in the
school system or other aspects of
government. "But," he added, "it
wrong and dangerous for Jewish
i aden to raise the cry "i anti-
Semitism."
H insist d the recent United
'' dl ration ol Teachers vim ,1
strike In New York City was a
l ish in tween black power i Ivo-
cates seeking local control ol
schools and union teachers leter-
mined to protect their economic
and seniority rights, "not a racial-
ethnic confrontation." but rather.
"a Negro-labor union conflict."
The rabbis indicated general
agreement, at another- session,
that Jewish education needs a ma-
jor overhauling. Rabbi Stanley
Kessler ol VV< si Hartford, Conn..
cited examples of lack of commit-
ment among students in his s/na-
gogui school in support <' his com-
plain I thai the Jewish "educational
establishment" had faded. Rabbi
Wolfe K. Iman, the RA executive
Continued on r ge 11 A
UNITED NATIONS, NY (JTA I
Israel charged this week that
the Soviet government has associ-
ated itself with "terror operations
being directed against Israeli civil-
ians" thereby encouraging the
Arab states to continue to violate
the re and undermine fur-
ther the prospects for peace
through the initiation and support
for the ti rroi op rat ions."
The diar;,',' was contained in a
letter from Ambassador Yosef 'IV-
koah, chiei Israeli representativ
to the United Nations, to Karol>
Csal irday, this month's S urity
Council presidi nt.
Mr Tekoah's letter referred to
an article by lass, the official So-
viet news agency, which the Soviet
representative. Yakov Malik, .'!>-
mitu d to the Security Council or
d uvh 11 v. iii a request that it be
circulated as a Ci uncli docuni nt.
The at tide, dated Feb. 28, accused
Israel of opening fire in t:. Suoz
Canal area and of comn iui.ij.'
"abominable acts ol prov, cation '
against the Arab countries in re-
prisals for the "growth of |>o|j iiar
resistance in the occupied Arab
ti n itoi it s."
The seettou <>f the Tasa article
whieh Mr. Trkuali aharged was
"blanket approval" ..t Arab ter-
ror warfare against Israel said:
"As regards the statements bj
Tei A\ politicians eonoarniag
'massive reprisals.' fhev should
lear in m nd that the vtltlggle
ol peoples against invaders an!
occupiers is Justified and legiti-
lliale from "le point ol view of
International law. The longer the
Israel forces remain in occupied
territories, the stronger and more
extensive will the Arabs' strug-
gle for liberation become."
Mr. Tekoah wrote, "The Soviet
position on this was express,,1
without any embellishment in an
article that appeared in Pravda,
Feb, -V. del, tiding the terrorist at-
tack on an Israeli civil passenger
aircraft at the Zurich airport. Tin
entire civilized world had express-
ed its horror at this wanton attack
against innocent men. women at d
children in a neutral country .
Instead of heeding the Secretary-
General's call to all government -
to take all possible measures to
prevent any repetition ol thcs<
ai ts. the Soviet organ glamor!; i s
uu in and m i.ict calls for mon
AM* HAM
verge of war," he declared. "Only
if there is unilateral intervention
by one of the great (lowers wi'l
there be the danger of renewed
fighting. I do not see any of the
world's powers inclined to mak 3
such a move."
Despite its interest in the Four
Power talks that it hopes may help
promote a Mideast settlement, the
United States has not changed its
basic policy on the principles of
peace, an authoritative diplomat c
source said this week. The differ-
ences between Washington and Je-
rusalem on resolving the Arab-
Israel conflict which have emergi d
I 'on ign Minister Abba S.
ie ha\e been lar
"' ictical." it was reported, The
l 't'li, d States and Israel conl ii
aintain thai i settiemei ; n
b "conti act .i a!" and thai peace
Continued, on Page 14A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Alsop 4.A
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Book Review 4C
Candelightg 10A
Cohen 4.A
Dining 12-B
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2,000th ANNIVERSARY
Historian Calls For 'Hillel Year' Ob
servance
SIDNEY B. HOI NIG
H\ Special Report
NEW YORK a Yeshiva Unl-
veisity historian. Dr. Sidnev H
Hoenig, ol Belle Harbor, NY..
after 35 years of research, has de-
termined that this Passover eve,
April 2, marks the 2.000th anniver-
sary of the appointment of Hillel
as first president ol the ancient
Jewish supreme court" and "leg-
islature." the Great Sanhcdrin.
The finding of Hillel's ascend-
ancy to the leadership ol the Cm at
Sanhedrin on Passover eve 'the
14th day of the Jewish month of
Nttan) In 31 B.C. was calculated
by Dr, Hoenig anil IXan Plnkhos
Churgin, based on historical, math-
i matical and astronomical calcula-
tions, and is one phase of his schol-
arship begun in 1934 and from his
book, 'The Great Sanhedrin.''
A detailed presentation of these
reckonings is given by Dr. Hoenig,
62, in an article in the current
Issue of "Bitzaron," a Hebrew-
language scholarly publication de-
voted to Jewish research.
Dr. Hoenig calls for the celebra-
tion of "The Hillel Year." which
would begin on Passover eve and
continue to next Passover i ve.
April 20. 1970. to honor the "great-
est proporH nt of Rabbinic Judaism.
a chami Ion ol th< pi ineiple ol har-
monization oi the Torah wit .
daily living." It was Mill, I uho
first said, "What is hateful to thee,
do not do unto th.. ti How man."
The celebration ol "The Hill. I
Year." Dr. Hoenig said, would en-
able institutions and organizations
to accentuate the actiwti. s and
values of Hllli I which are n levant
to their programs."
Dr. Hoenig noted that Hillel, as
the iii si in ,i,i and ancestor ol a
dynasty of patriarchs who held of-
fice until its disappearance In 42S
A.p., hrought about the supremacy
of the n, \iii< Pharasaic teachings
i- >| i rl to
ii ti rpti tal inns.
Hillel's unrversalltj is attrib-
uted to his love of man, Mis loir
>f peace and his teachings that
man should not isolate himself
from the eommimit v. He was
concerned with the social prob-
lems ol 'tis day, utilizing public,
legal Institutions tor the benefit
of Individual members <>f society.
Dr. Hoenig is well known lor
his work on the history ol the Sec-
ond Commonwealth (336 B.C-135
A.D i and the authenticity ol the
Continued on Pg 2-A


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1
Page 2-A
*Jmlst> fhrkMaun
Friday "arch 28. 19^3
Nasser Sets Demands
For U.S. Relations
WASHINGTON IJTA) Tho
Nixon Administration is exploring
quietly the chances of improved
relations with Egypt, but the1 Nas-
ser regime has imposed conditions
involving Israel's withdrawal from
occupied territories thai Washing-
i is reluctant to accept, it was
I ,i! : d here,
A Cairo newspaper meanwhile
has accused the United States of
aiding Israeli reprisal acl
against Arab ^urrrillas.
A D-lialile diplomatic soune
cuiil Hint < airo wants thi- I .S. to
ap|il\ iirrvsurt- on Israel, either
Hit hin or outside an imposed
M-ttlenient, to roll Iwiek its troops
from tlie 8MB (anal. One offi-
cial said that "Nasser has been
raising the ante with the I'.S.
e\er> neek" in setting forth his
position on renewed relation*.
Egypt liroke diplomatic lie* with
Historian
Calls For
Hillel Year
Continued From Page 1-A
oks as "Guide to Jewish
) i- s .. Sci oils In 'i Idil ion to
His) i; lide to the Prophets."
Ics and RV arch: Thi-
ipof D B : rd Revi "
' s i [is l .ir ," his articli s
l .: peart >! u teclia
1.1 r.-. ica," i ol Bibii
Lil J Re-
\ 1. .in i "Americai Edut atoi
At Ycshiva University since
1934, l'r. Hoenig also servos as
hi the Department of
Ad it Education. In 1962 he was
the chairman ol the Adult Educa-
tion Committee at the World Con-
ference mi Education, held in Jeru-
salem. In 1904 he represented the
University at the World C'onfiT-
er* on Jewish Education in Ge-

Washington during the Si\-I>:i.v
War.
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary |
Robert Anderson, in Cairo on a !
troubleshooting mission for l'n si-
den! Nixon, is trying to asses-, the I
attitude of the Nasser Government j
on tiie possibility of sending a top j
official to Washington to meet
with the President. King Hussein!
ot Jordan will visit Washington
next month for talks wjth Presl- j
dent Nixon. Mr. Anderson has had
a lengthy meeting with Egyptian |
Economic Minister Hassan Abbas
Zaki on the possibility of increas-
ing trade.
Thi' Cairo newspaper Al Gum-
hourea charged the U.S. De-
fense Department with "interfer-
ing openly" against the Arabs by
allegedly helping Israel plan and
execute reprisal actions. The
newspaper said Israeli strikes
against guerrilla, cumjis in Jordan
opened a "new era in the esca-
lating Israeli terrorist measures
against the Arab countries." It
, called "suspicious" the recent visit
; of On. Theodore Conway, com-
mander of the U.S. Army strike
command, to Israel.
The semi-official Cairo news-
paper Al Aliram denied reports j
that Egypt was hoping for an "im- i
nosed" solution of the Middle East !
crisis by the Big Four powers. Rut
the artillery duels initiated by
rass the Sue/ <. 'anal last
wi k and the mounting war fever, :
ited by statements i>y govern-
officials and the Egyptian
s, were seen bj observers her,
,i^ intend) >l to persuade the
Four that urgent measures must
be taken to avoid a new .Middle
East explosion.
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Friday. March 28. 1969
*JmitJkridiL*r.
Paqe 3-A
Israel Warns U.. N. About Iraqi
Troops Stationed Alone Borders
UNITEDNATrnva MV ,it., _t ... .. ^
1
:
UNITED NATI. INS. NY. UTA I
A warning that the recent Bu-
ttoning of 6,000 Iraqi troop in
Syria "aggravates, the situation in
the ana' was conveyed to U.N.
Secretary-General U Thant, who
was called upon to obtain from
the Baghdad government "an af-
firmation that Iraq accepts the
Security Council cease-fire resolu-
tions ami that all Iraqi forces will
respect thr cease-fire."
Mr. T. koah noted that Iraq was
an active participant in the June,
1967 Arah-Israi li war and "has
been evasive in respect to its ac-
ceptance of the <.-..<;, lire. Iraq."
he, said, i- continuing to maintain
an expeditionary force on Jordan-
ian territory in proximity to the
cease-fire line, this force having
taken part in aggressive breaches
Argentine Jewry
Reports Increase
n Anti-Semitism
IilKNOS AIRES IJTA) Dis-
turbing new manifestations of anti-
Semitism, from extreme leftist BS
ei! M extreme rightwing ele-
ments, occupied the attention ol
the DAIA, the central repre* nta-
live bod) ^l Argentine Jewry at a
meeting ol iis executive council
her.
I'i Jo Kestelman, DAIA s< i
" lai J sal I anti-Semitism had
been fell increasing!) since the !*-
ginning of the year and n marked
thai in tin case of leftist toii'm
som,- individuals "i Jewish extrac-
tion had a |>art in it
I
of the cease-fire against Israel and
actively supported terror warfare
against Israel."
Iraq's treatment ,f ,ts reinuin-
iC Jewish population was the
subject of another leter from sir.
Trtcoaa to Karoi.v (satorday of
Haacary, 1Mb msnth'a Seearlty
< SUBCil president.
Mr. Tekoah charged, "What the
government of Iraq is trying to do
is to assure itself a free hand to
pursue its barbaric treatment of
tin .lews iii Iraq by resisting in-
teri.ation.il scrutiny of its gross
misdeeds, n is understandable,"
the letter went on. "that the deep
and natural concern which these
persecutions arouse among the
Jewish communities in the world,
and notably in Israel, where the
majority of Jews who fled from
previous persecutions in Iraq have
found refuge, should cause em-
barrassment to tlu government
ol Iraq."
Mr. Tekoah said the treatment
of Iraq's Jews reflected the Bagh-
dad regime's attitude toward I--
rael, adding thai "the government
of Israel cannot remain silenl
when political hostility toward it-
seii beconv s a pretext for cru< Ity
againsl Jews simply as Jews." he
rebutted Iraqi chargi that tsi tel
mistreated Arab ivilinns livir in
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Volume 42
Number 13
Peking And Paris Share
Common Goals In Mideast
The potential relationship between the Viet
Nam war and the Middle East situation has
beau stressed by President Nixon in explain-
:.-.g his approach toward seeking an under-
tanding with the Soviet Union on both of
t-_ese vital problems.
This relationship became more than poten-
tial with the charge last week in the Knesset
by Israel's Defense Minister Moshe Dayan that
evidence has been uncovered that Communist
China is giving weapons and training to mem-
bers of Arab guerrilla organizations.
These are the very same organizations that
have been responsible for the bombings of
Israeli civilian population centers and attacks
en Israeli aircraft abroad.
Gen. Dayan disclosed also that Chinese-
rr.ade equipment had been found during round-
ups of terrorist suspects.
The unconfirmed report that Cuba also is
" nining Arab terrorists is an additional reason
::r concern over the possibility of further in-
clement to terror in an already tense area of
the world.
There is growing evidence that the Chinese
contributions to Middle East unrest are more
:.\an just casual attempts at aiding an ideo-
logically friendly cause. The Chinese govern-
r.ent, in common with the Arabs, is seeking
".e liquidation of Israel. In the process, the
Chinese hope to embroil the United States and
the Soviet Union in a confrontation over the
Arab-Israel dispute.
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The Chinese Position
[| '-, thus the Chinese aim to perpetuate
1 '.oocshed between Israel and the Arabs until
] rael is wiped out and Peking sees endless
7 3eaibiliaea of exploiting the violence for its
own ends.
The importance of the Middle East policy to
.e Chinese leaders is underscored by the ex-
pensive propaganda effort to interpret this pol-
.:y to the Chinese people.
Israel, according to the Macist propaganda,
.- nothing mere than a United States base that
must be destroyed.
Actually, the Chinese Middle Ecst policy is
:: rather extreme case of using the troubled
area to serve its own interests. This is what the
Soviet Union has been guilty cf to a large ex-
er.t and even France has not shied away from
exploiting the Arab-Israel dispute for its own
purposes.
While Chinese aspirations in the Middle
East are easily recognized for what they are,
hose cf the Soviet Union and France are more
sophisticated in character and may not be
as readily apparent to Western nations.
The real danger, therefore, lies more with
the token accommodation that may be offered
by Moscow or Paris than with the outright ges-
ture of aid to terrorists provided by Pekina.
An example of such token accommodation
was the recent report that France no longer
insists on full Israeli withdrawal horn the occu-
pied territories.

Token Accommodation
A closer look at this development, how-
ever, marks it as nothing more than an attempt
to win American support for some form of im-
posed settlement and to try to induce Israel to
at least begin the process of withdrawalq
process that France certainly would like to see
continued to its ultimate conclusionthe res-
toration of the 1967 boundaries.
The French proposal also lacked any men-
tion of a peace settlement and favored the
inclusion of the Arab terror organizations in
any negotiations.
While the French move, therefore, may
appear to be a step closer to Israel's position,
it carries with it all the danger of exposing
Israel to the ultimate annihilation that the
Arabs are openly seeking.
Israel has had more than two decades to
grow accustomed to the wiles of its enemies
It must now be alert to the aims and proposals
of those who profess to be "impartial."
A Worthwhile Effort
Greater Miami youth is to be commended
for "standing up to be counted" in the Orange
Bowl this week. Their "Teon Age Rally
Decency" attracted national attention of a fa-
vorable nature that was a pleasant chang--
from the mounting criticism of the new genera-
lions unpredictable and, at times, too un-
restrained behavior.
The Jewish community of South Florida was
in the forefront of the move which brought to-
gether mere than ?0 000 youngsters for a pro-
gram that stressed brotherhood, justice end;
positive religious values in addition to the do-
cency mc'.ive which sparked the rally.
The Rabbinical Association cf Greater
Miami responded quickly with a call for par-
ticipation by congregants cf the area's syn-
cgegues and temples.
More than rallies, quite obviously, are need-
ed to make the successful Orange Bowl event
the beginning of a local, much less national
or international movement by young people to'
tcke positive positions on the great issues con-
fronting a troubled world.
A continuing organization cf Jewish. Pro-
testant and Catholic teenagers has been in-
dicated. Brotherhood is far too important a
commodity to be confined to a single rally.or
to a single week. Enthusiastic support of par-
ents, teachers and the general public should
provide the motive to further this worthwhile
endeavor.
flatter of \f<*ct %Jf
JOSEPH ALSDP
aiso? U
Middle East Talks
WASHINGTON On television
ami also to the President, Israel's
able Foreign Minister Abba Eban
expressed hearty distaste for the
Four-Power talks about a Middle
Eastern settlement. The Four
Powers, he remarked pointedly,
rliil not include either Israel or
any of the Arab nations that
would have to join in any agrei d
settlement.
Kb.m's distaste is understand-
able, for what is in process is no
moie nor less than an attempt to
organize an imposed solution "I
the inflamed and dangerous situ-
ation on Israel's frontiers.
Any Big-Power intention to
impose a solution was of course
denied to Foreign Minister Eban,
as it will no doubt be denied for
public consumption at the State
Department. But in the first
place. Four-Power talks about
the Middle Fast would be a per-
fect exercise in time-wasting fu-
tility without that intention.
Imposed Solution
Under the strongest Big-Power
pressure, the Aral* and the Is-
raelis ma)' conceivably be Induced
to agree to a settlement. But
with every month that passes,
the Arabs sink deeper into the
morass of bellicose irrationalitv.
in addition, the Israelis continu-
,, islj come clow i to the ;-"
of what we-have-we-hokL So ;:
there is <> be an a jreement in
the end, it will haw to be .
pi Kid.
Thai unpl< as int but plain fa I
has already been boldly faced
President Nixon and his policy-
makers. Another unpleasant but
equally plain fact has been face I
t,.. and it Is tins part ot the
storv. of course, which particular-
ly disturbs the Israeli foreigr
minister as well a.-- his govern-
ment.
In briet. the scenario will have
to include, first of ail. a Sovjet-
American decision alxmt what
constitutes a reasonable and via-
ble Middle t^astsrn .scnicmenti
Such an agr>Tmt9u if CTOEJ*CBdS
ed at all. will inrviinhS features that wtMikl i*>rW*TRy 64
wholly unacceptable to tAt Is-
r.ielis and the Arabs.
Hence the scenario will ted
have to include further Soviet-
American division, committing
the Soviets to force acceptance
by the Aral* while thc^Drritrd
States forces acccptancetjy Is-
rael. Without this added element,
no result can be hoped for.
These facts, in turn, shed a
Continued on Page 11 A
c
otntnent
but
EDWARD COHEN
Ideal And Reality
All those teenagers in the
lowl, rallying foi d
Don't ki ock it; it's like I
-i mothi in**! or in fa\ i
i ating shi i h
And don'l try to di fine it
; u on the sta old T I
\ I r, re-
< that
- >v i xcepl they wi ren'l ama-
; irs. D >':-. in the stands with i
i i h of church kids "We're
to witm ss foi Christ" a
- talk-niasti r named Harold
b) self-definition, a man
1th ill a in patri tic ii ws,
I hi aiii him t II a phone caller
otu day that If his I Doh 'si sun
... d any troubli in college, he
i refuse to pay for his tul-
tioi Let I.rn fight social ills on
his own money." It made me
think sadly of the slogan adopted
b) the radlc il youth t.> d scribe
life t day: "Work, study, get
nl. kilL"
I'm not comfortable, either,
with people who use obscenities
in public or pull their pants down
while on stage, but whi n the
oi proportion? Wh -re's the
rally against hunger in much of
America, against the senseless
killin : o u youth and the youth
ol Vietnam?
One w, ndrrs nt all the talent
shown by organizer I'r. Sean ()"-
Sullivan and promotion expert
Gerald Schwartz going to waste
when adults and tnns need to
be ralli. d against the obscenity
and horror of the ABM program.
/.m of dei
|.li as
' th ABM issue is ;
i :: out s leiety I
ncall son i y, ars a a '
prcme
' s which set rn I to
1 attil
Who crii it out that the a
stone ol itution is prop-
< rty ii ,is. u/e lib. rals havi as-
whal smugly that he
t d the battle for
huma Is hH3 been won, that
. society are more
" il than property, but It
rs to In unly a;, iiitsion.
rant h m r in Collier at I
' co ntii s do sn't seem to coi
Floi Ida tiaO r B a
Holland .is much as that the n
simi of the I'-partment of A
culture remain the well-bc
of the farmer, not feeding th-'
hungry,
A closed brfefinu of flongress
'!> B general fee* irrf.mn.il that
th Army has i htafgfl of a
n< rve gas to kill the wdrMTi
ulatlon many time* over: But
that's not I'luns.-irtor Cbngn
Sya s ,,i pjotMbj who has
Information that the .Russians
ha\ s v n thru s the U.S. coi
bilily in ch mi, ;il-l.iu'i>i;ieal W "
fare. Try thai one on your, i
P'.lt.T.
This radio f> I low Dole was also
by the radical jynutr to deterd*
ABM issue he depended on the
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Israel Bond Organization Schedules
Twenty-First Anniversary Dinner
21st nnnvi'i s;n y of thf pa-
tnl DshtrtenJ i>f the State >>t [ira< l
will bt> c ]'ii.-it'll al a community-
.i Independence Day dinner
.-. April -'-'. tli' i vc
: t official \\ 'rsarj
c alion ill coincide
Ii stivilii-s Hi l.-i a I ami
. I il Vi>- MNM lil.
.'. iron Kahan pxecul ive director
i! the Israel Bond oi [anization,
n of the anni al \> nt,
brat ion w iil take
ji >. an i i tin' da since
[si hI proclaimed her Statehood,
i" 21 >i an i- a bri< i period In
t life <>f a people, the lust 21
years in the life of modern Israel
Is sheer miracli'. Israel, at a 'ma-
1 ,no* Si, reflects a nation which
.'.as had to rx- mature from birth."
A roster of prominent citizens
from all walks of life is beini;
named to complete plans for a 21st
Anniversary Independence Day
Dinner.
Dr. Kahan also announced that
David J. l.iKht. prominent civic,
communal an er has !> n named Israel Annivi r-
-..II chairman Mr, Light, .i \>i-
eran national leader ol religious,
philanthropic and Isi ai 'i a ;ti\ ities,
is a li ader in the Israel Bond or-
ganization and Is a natl nally
minent nn mix r ol the Board of
ii Union of Ami rican H< I
Congregal inns.
Mr Li ht is past chairmai ol
the 11 >'. : i| t is) i's el 'li mple
Beth Am, whi re he \\ as rei
sil li i"i the largi si J- w-
isii i. Ugio a school In the S luth.
In 1966, Mr Light was hon if d for
his service to the State of Isra< l
when he was the recipient of the
Herbert H. Lehman Award creati il
by the State of Israel in memory
of the great American statesman,
to give recognition to outstanding
American leaders for their service
to Israel.
More recently, Mr. Light gained
national prominence with ins con-
tributions in Tel Aviv University
for the construction ol a student
' nter.
In ace pting the chairmanship of
the Israel anniversary eel bration,
Mr. Light said, "In celebrating Is-
rael's coming ol aye anniversa
we are observing a chapter in hi--
tory that involvi s the resti i ati n
if tin ,Ii u ish people i" Its ai rii nl
iii n,.'land after 2,000 yean ol dis-
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Looking on are Louis I. Davis (left) of Bur-
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and ral community when he
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More than $200,000 was raised
on tit-half of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's twin cam-
1 ired i" a similar affair
in 1968 which produced $104,000.
1 > Joseph R Narot, Senior
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the i"> .iii r Miami Jewish Fedora-
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Friday, March 28. 1963
Seven Named
To Mt. Sinai
Fund Posts
- n'li community leaden have
i- n named cochairmen of the
M int Sinai Medical Centex $20
Ion Campa
ointments of Paul Faske,
S. Gumenick, Sam J. Hei-
Harrj I. Nathenson, Law-
e C. Porter, Dan B. Ruskiu
Edward Shapiro were an-
nced this week by 'ho hospital's
sklent. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
The group will be n sponsibte for
g ling the fund-raising ef:
v ch will expand Mount Sinai
a mpleti nter.
bat ol distinguished
.,-o to tin spital ii ting
rs Club.
nick and Ruskin also have
itees, while
I -k. H< imai S nson and
active mem-
bersoftl Porter serves on
I Sustaining Board of Fellows.
The cot will sit with
Meyei and Mount Sinai's three
; preskk nta inard Al"
.' ieraM Lewis and Max Orovitz
- as the executive council of the
< ;>aign. along with Samuel t".
r ex officio in his position as
i utive \ i -it.
i il Faske, chairman of Mount
d's Founders Club, is honorary
..lent and chairman of the
d of the YM-YWHA, is a ti
j 0f u School for Re-
ed Childn mb r of the
utivi nmitti f Coi bine i
isl A | Slum.- a- I
i. nai Raph u
in G k is a formei
bcr of the ti i mit-
f the
Nathan Gumtnick
Lawrence Porter
Dan Kuikin
Foul fatke
Idward Shapiro Harry Nothenion
Sam J. Heiman
Federation and also serves as vice Appeal. He is currently serving as
president of Temple Israel.
Sam Heiman. a director and past
; i sklent of the Greater Miami
Jewish Ft deration and honorary
president of the Jewish Vocational
Sen ice, has served as campaign
chairman of tne lumuium ivvtiui
first vice president of Westvievt
Country Club and is a member of
remplc fsiael remple Kmanu-KI
and the Standard Club of Miami.
Dan Ruskin. one of the original
founders >>f Mount Sinai, si rved as
chairman of the hospital's first
Appeal and as director of the Y.M- campaign in 1949. A past president
vu'ha. He currently is on the ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
board ol the Jewish Home for the oration, he has served as campaign
L, and holds membership In chairman for that organization and
nple Israel, Westvie* Country
b and ti; Progress Club of
Miami.
for the National Conference of
Christians and J ws. He is active
in the United Fund. StandardCl b
of Miami and Westview Country
ind is a formei \ Ice presi-
Harry Nathenson is a former
member ol Chicago's Board of J< -
ish Education and currently is ac- '''n' Temple Israel.
live In the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and Comlined Jewish
: He is a member of Tent) I;
Israel, Westview Country Cluband
Neptune-Flamingo Yacht Club.
Edward Shapiro, a major bene-
factor of Brandeis University,
where a dormitory is namorl in
honor of his family, is a member
of the YM-YWHA. Jewish Home
Lawrence Porter, a practicing for the Aged. Greater Miami Jew-
attorney ami former municipal ish Federation and Westview
judge, has been chairman of the Country Club. Through ORT he re-
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Fridav, March 28, 1963
ireatei Miami Jewry will begin
tl Be Passover
nagoguc mi \ iced
followed by
'.' r. which is the festive
I anild by \ho rrcita-
H laftadah.
and Libel .
ibsi n only the
lay and hold
iinal
II .'.: -day.
. ..- > services
"

' :
ducting such serflfces in their own
homes.
Preparatory observances in con-
nection with Passover include
R^likat Ohamerz. the tradi-
tional ceremonial s. arch for cha-
niet/. is conduct) d in the home on
day after nightfall.
31yum Habechorim fs|
fur first-bon will
! h< Id following the regular
weekda m i -. ko a W
Last
is K> a.rr..
I ..si time f.>r I
ing tz is 11 a.m. V
u n as "Kol
U.S. Trains Israel Pilots
WASHINGTON IJTAI Th-
Air Force announced this wee1;
that 120 Israeli piiot< were in the
United States for training in Phan-
tom jets and will be trained al
Georuv Air Force Base near Vic-
torvillf. Calif. The Israelis can.
hen- in mid-January after the U.S.
agrmii to sell 48 K-4 Phantoms to
Israel. The pilots are now attend-
ing a language school at Lacklarri
Air Force Basi near San Antonio.
Tex.
MIAMI
/AT M A -
TlON. S
ntor Morris B t-
COVGRECA-
Ave. Orthodox
1
t- SHE EVES :.-" S.V 19th Avc
Cenaerval Cantor %C Pakowitz 2
E-h ,M TEMPLE MM N K--
lelorm R |
Mic naei
3
B TH DAVID s .-. 3rd Ave
Landau
.'. W 4









Ave. Orti
Schiff 5
EE'H 'CCESH 1101 SW -2th Ave
cde-" "radilional. Rabbi Mai
"Jp re Cantor Ben Dickson. t
I : > mt>i m u-:
!.. K> KultuVk) hj III CK
K .. r. on Sermon:
..-i ; p in >
ion "i Hit i-iu *. i". i> m
I I! r i i '..inmrtt'l "
I ,->' 'V i.l. H SunI Thill -
Sill.-. '] 1 u- Pi
i .i f *' m I..I.. r -
*JS|haSj1 th. I. .1
lTM TOV iTEMPLEi. 6*38 SW
ttn St Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hmku 8
i .... p.m. i ..i- -1. k. i Ai-
Mill.r Topic: 'Tin- t'n-
. a.,i.u
:f: K'nlm I M n m
Ttiun ilM I Bp .). r: Mol
11- H ;.. "Who I- A Jew "'
INAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 275 NW
'Sth St Conservative. Rabbi Abra-
ham Caasel. 9
-
ItftAtL (TEMPLti Ol- GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 1tn St Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
in S- I n..... I- Tli. i .-
.> I .:
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
11 Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
. ;. ml i p iii >. i mnti
i p (treat Day." Fol-
. I in honor >-f
V. I Mi- H II in i u (
Katu :4S h.iii s. i -
1 -i .
... .-,
K" I .. Ill I. Ml
hurmJ r 'IJitli
'.;. A | : < I -
. r m Hi
m II K il
M NYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bard Rd. Modern Traditional 12
C- OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th
B1 Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix.
-nan. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
i i B iiurd .". .. ni Bar
M ivah i. i .. ...i iifjii mil .\|i
;....
. i
p in
p hi
T -tRETM ISRAEL 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi 14
THI RABBI SPEAKS FKOM HIS PULPIT
The Great Sabbath
Cohen
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE 951
E ^th Ave H.aleah. Contervat've
Hai:b' Maor ce Kle n 15
ZION 'TEMPLE 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan.
man. 16
at
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATh ISRAEl ra01 Ci-'y'e Ave
Orthdox. Rabbi Imic Ever
1
I"
'.
I
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BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St C
Rabbi Be-ei We.n.

SETM JACOB 301 Washing;
Ortnooox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svv.r.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 'i9
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE- '546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
- I
p .... i.\
Satui
.- till p
] \s.-'i '\'i:i: lay S p.m
.. Sf.i.r 7 p.n i u*
i hflUrxlMy t '!""
y Pol Pi d. n. Mini I
I. in i iimmunil) Hdrr 7 p.m H
u i.. ii;. h"ii.i.<> i in ; m Bennon
Tli.- lieiieral ami Ihr Mataofa

BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. 21
Kridai si', e s.TiiuMi: "Kedemp-
ii.il Haa Maui) Pacea laturaa) l:4J
.i in
BETH TFILAM. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow RoMncwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kirahblum. Cantor Zvi
Adlar. 24
I..!.,> '. p.m and B:M p.m. S-rmmi:
"Hplielllon .ii lh Oranaf Uowl Ini-
f 'Kally for i >-. -.-t. >
Saturilai a.m Bermon: Tin- U,>*kl>
I'..in......f th- Bible. I'.nr Mltarah:
Ai.ih.u. >.ii of Mr and Mr*. J*rrj
- Ii.ii Mltsvah "f lUrhard K.n-
Pollak
I'AttKoVKR Thurada) 9 .. m and I M
p.m 1*1 oln > : :i in
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1632 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engal. 26
Snturda} i '" p.m Harmon "The Re-
-1II Ion nl Baudua "
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Kihi... i. p.m ttsuurda*) m > -
'I'll.- i Irral Kalibatli
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitj. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
\ i". |, in Rai'BHin Th* Ba b-
i n Bar Mitaval
K nril i lh of Mi and Mi Wll n
i "i ________________
hCabbinicctl J elevi
sion
Vr
rcqratns
w
Mar. SO-
IO 9 i m The Ji .-I. W Hour.
Host Rabbi Moi ton M ilavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom, Holly a
Mar. Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Vi
11 Re I. Samuel 7. Jaffe.
Terni I i:> th El Ho
Topic Pesach 5729
< Rabbi Avrom 1. I).
Temple; and Rabbi Maurio
Tif< reth Jacob, HJaleah
April ICh 2, 1" to 11 I'.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Delivered And The I ed.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C I'
Participant: Rabbi Irving Lehrma T nplc Bmanu-
Kl. Miami Beach.

Center
Klein, Temple
Continued from Paga 4 A
. to : iteel us. He'i
.. op< ning ins
: report Which
sh iv. thai in the i! di
have bi i n
,'... i aponry by
- it to mention
ns ol
~ t iat ai< ob-
the fact rj. w hich mak
icrospa
its i
structure, sti
B] RABBI AI.KKKI) WM VN
Teniiitr /ion
More than I I t the
Sabbath, has the Sabbath kept
Israel." l< an opu .
mai

S
bath
I -
the '
and cons
i : J .'. ish life.
i
: '
:
r is
ffobbi Harmon I
Ali I the firs! livii
Iments the obs i
pi
mitzvos ni i'i
i inlj 1 Sabbath ol S
r;reati i ..>.-:
I t greal G .. th" whicl
: i
:.: ms.
Tlv juestioi It seem* 1
. .i ican p
I : ipei
-. :
and
il
nt power to do-

illy for de-
! '
:
i nol
Ji .
and Cl in to a jrei I
the life ni faith i an b i prai I
withoul action But not oui fath-
ers As a Christian theologian I
heard speak here recently point-
ed out. "The Old Testament is a
guts-level response to the prob-
lems of the Mine from Abraha .
to the Maccabees."
Historically, he said, our pres-
ent day is a parallel to the strug-
gle for Jewish ascendancy of the
Sadducees and "their dignified ir-
nlevnnee" and the Pharisees \vho
applied the words of the Bible to
the situations at hand "Now "
he said, "is time to do something
for the Lord." If all you can
come up with is Jackie Gleason
on Stage for that. I think you've
gOl troubles.
I ii i has
In J. wish Iraditio were
- n~ when th
BETH TORAH NE 164th St II 11 til
Ave Conservative. Ratilv Max Lip-
sch.ta Cantor Jacob R< 34
i- |i i it

mil Mr- I I
i
vi.- \|..
! VSSi >\ Kl! W<
i j i
|. in i '

*
us congregation from the
pulpit; one was Shablwit Shuvah.
Sabbath ol Repentance, and
the other was Shabbat Hagado
The Greal Sabbath. In this case the
tasis i- on the "Haggad
ii lating ol the significance
ai I importance ol the occasion.
The Importam.....f ol h i
s I,, tn a greal extent in the
the 1
the Shofar of Rosh Ha-
; ; 11 irlm "i Sha\ i I
nrl i > Kippur.
rh in addition to its p
i iis. rvann enjoii
ii | tii lall l
ii I Ihl.....
nl is old
ie h
en of tl '" i
Tin i

'
it ion

' -
- .. : -
nt reduce*
i '
ZAMOPl TFVPLE
Cor- rval Raf

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41
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 w. Dixie H*. Conaerval .
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
PASROVKK \\ ..!!.-.!.,>
- I .' ill S I II..-II I '.! I .'
prei along "f Redemption
j. n, l"t Idas B I" in S. i iii
li il'-m Mean* To Me
FT. LAUDEaOiU
BET" io>fl temp I E
I Park BIvd I I
Eflw.iriis C.intor The
'

EMANU-EL s Andre wa a.-
R-1 Ltvil '
U
CENTER.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
9 NISAN 6:17
NER TAMIO (TEMPLE*. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Pi -.in >..ini..'i "The alean-
liiK i if Tli. (In it Habbath "
l'.\s>ii\ KK Wedneadaj Bervlee fm
l-'ii-l [lorn N :. in Si rvn'-> i'. p.m
I'ummui Its Seder 8 IS p m. Thurada}
- i R.rn Hermni 'i In
j. i u- rvloi E |i in 'nm-
eteiter 7 p in Kii-l.iv x !" :i n-
Ki i mm Tl Spirit n( BIIJah-Thi
True s> in!..! ..f Ki-i-ili.in "
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
Pruts in Bnturrtat '39 m
- .
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAiM. '542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
MHIel. 32
Raluritas I 10 am Bermon: "The
ilma "
I'assi i\ i:i: .,. s, ,
The I'I h i ii;. \\ ii >. i
|. i: n in Fri.l.,1 < 311 n s. n
I hi I'nil Hnn-Nni Mi i II.........
Hi.- Il.,.-i-...l.il, '
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURLN (TEMPLE! 1026
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinaky
Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
I'i Ida) 1'. i> in s. i in..i. Thi Mi
7i.- \i. Cnmina" Salurdaj H i".
P \H *\ i:i: \\.......laj ,. ,,,
i '"iiimuiu' > Si-i|. i 7 n in Thurada)
i in Bei i..... "The <:. rl
Min. ii;i 11 p in i 'ommunli i -- di i
" ii in i IS .. m .- i in Tl
n."
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd Si
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lamer. 36
Prlda) I IS p in Baa Mltsvah Julie,
daturhter of Mr. nmi Mr- \
Mlllei Baturday s a m
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. 37
Prlda) 8:16 p.m Bmiuoti "Reform and
Conaervative Convenmlionn Are \v.
H.-KiiiniiiK A N. Jewlah Bra*" I'.l
lowed b) Dneg Bhabbal Haturdu) it
:i m Itur Mlllvah Andrew non :
Mr and Mrs Mtohael u.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. M
i' Ida) p m Raturda) t -., Ser-
mon: "ComiiiK < the (treal lias "
PAHrH >VEK \\ edneada) t IS p m
Thurada) : n in Sermon: "Freedom
in our I .v Mini ha ( is p m Prl-
day 9 a m Rerm..... "The Meaning
Ol I ..i. t. Day."
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V2H!!S. ,SRAEL OP GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush. 39
PABSOVKH ThurMlM : -., s. --
The I'-.ur Fi-.-,.,|..,- | phn.
Mm^lia .. :;n ,, n, p, |,|BJ .. m
1 'The Source < BleaalnR
Cantor Jerome Kir-- ant
e
HAUANDAIE

HALLANOALE JEWISH
126 N E First Ave
e
HOUYW00D
BETH EL (TEMPLEi S Uth Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 43
^ H:1S p m s- rmon Th' !:
:il M' iai 1' *ei
I'ASSi iVBH s ill rmtii) 1 'ortjn 1 1
Seder at Hollywood ... .
Hotel |i m Thurada) ll .1 m

BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1779
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irv -j
Gold 44
SINAI (TEMPLEi 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLEi.
Way. Conservative
3500 SW Win
over
Si 1 in-
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA
Blvd.
per.
Trip/'
PASSOVBH Thurada) n-15
Bamtlonal Seder p m
(TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
40
v p m Sermon |M;,, \
P0MPAN0 BIACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLEi. 132 SE Uth Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Morris A. Skep.
Cantor Michael Frederick 4
Pnda) 1'. i. it, Sermon "The .!-!
Itaei I!.Iiki.ii ..r l'...|.|. PoUowe-l
' '- BI :. honor of Kan i
xi Bai Mltival Raturda)
a in s. 1 in..n ii,. dreal B*vMeJi "

SURFSIDI I
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
SO
PASSOVBH u ,,ii da) 1 i> >
Thurada) m and ..!.. p m Pi
day : .1 in ,
..;.. ,. ,
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
Most* anoints Aaron and his toni as prieaU
And he poured o, the anointing oil upon Aaron's head and
anointed him, to sanctify him" (Lev. 8:12
TZAV An elaboration o| the sacrificial laws; the burnt-
offering, the meal offering, the sin-offering;
pi uce-offering.
guilt-offering ami
Moses consecrated Aaron and his sons for the prkathoo*
he made their offerings 1 : consecration, sprinkled them with the
oil ol anointment, and t lugrrl them the order ol sacrifice "And
at the d nr ol the tent of meeUng sh ll ye abide das and night
seven days, and keep the charge <>f th- Lord, that ye die not:
for > 1 am commanded" I Leviticus 8:351,
This recounting of the Wtek,y Porflor. of th. Law is extracted
nd based upon "The Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage "
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shanoold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY President
of tho society distributing th* volume is Joseph Schlana.
1


Friday. March 28. 1969
*'Jt H # #? ffnrffaftrttf
Paoe 11-5.
f
Rabbis Rap 'Failure' Of Jewish Education
Cofitfi,uJ from Pig* 1-A N,
vice president, said Jewish cduca
uon i-i "our open society" presents
unprecedented difficulties, bul he
also noted thai there was success
in the facl thai an ever larger pro-
portion >! Jewish yung peopl
were coming into Jewish schools
"to challenge both our method*
and our content."
Rabbi Ralph Simon, who was
rlccti (i I., another ti rm as RA
i n m l< nt, pronosi ) adnntion of <<
ay calcTKlftr which
o ild cha igc the \m s< m compul-
sory two-dav observant* of all
Jewish f. -in.i's. \,-, Rosh Ha-
shanah, so thai Jius outside of
[ftrm l wonl I follow ih pattern in
tai ael .a one-day ohsei unce,
rbposal i.....rfei he?v>
fir* from i n thod \ oi In-
'/' S. -.,1 1 VI -Ml, ,,1
of tin' Ra' binieal Coun. il of Ann r-
Rabbl Josei h Karasich :: si-
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' Ith. r :! ni: light on Pl-i sirli :ii
Xivnr.'-c ivdl-publicl/cd .i
an.-.-oi Presidcnl tie Gaulle's pro-
posal ..I Four-Powi i talks at' I
Middle Eastern problems. In
truth, the Two-Power Soviet-
American talks ar.' !.. !.. ihc cen-
ter oi the drama.
Iwo-I'owtr Talks
The Pour-Power talks arc lo
to ; the Fn i.. h and the British
happy ami. above all. to avoid the
i iss appearance ..l tar two
Gianl Powers joining together as
the unique kilnl at int. rs ..f the
rates ..f lesser nations. But il the
Kiinch. for instance, start play-
ing both ends againsl the middle,
the Soviet-American talks will
Blmply continue on a Two-Power
basis.
This is a pretty mini course for
President Nixon and his policy-
makers to haw embarked upon.
They have done so for the quite
simple reason that they sec down
tin- roa.l a terrible danger of the
kind of Arab-Israeli confronta-
tion which would lead.'in turn, to
a Soviet-American confrontation,
It is this winch they wish to
avoid.
The worsl oi the matter is that
the Soviets hold more car.Is than
we do. Suppose, lot- instance, that
'he Kremlin |ermittcd or encour-
aged a fourth-round Aral) attack
upon Israel, which then turned
out i praj God!. no better for the
Arabs thin the Six-Day War in
ItXiT.
Repercussions
The Soviets would !* tempor-
arily criticized for giving inade-
quate support to their hlo.nl-
thirsty Arah clients Hut the rep-
rrcusslons in the oil-producing
Arab states would nonetheless i>e
>o profound and \ loll nt thai
these st^ti oM link with "Amer-
ica, the li lend of Isi\,, |" vvculil
surely l' shattered for good.
Despite the grumbling Above-
mentioned, the So*, iets ,-ould then
pick up 'he rich-resulting s|>oils.
For all th' se reasons, the Nix-
on Administration is deeply di-
vided not about the new ven-
ture's desirability bul about its
prospects: no one ,!> ni. s the
thing is worth trying. Bul one
school holds that the Kremlin
will never approve a Middle Hast-
en! settlement that Die United
States could defend or will even
go through 'he motions of agree-
ment and then be treacherous in
the necessary subsequent deal-
ings with the Arabs.
The other SChOOl holds that for
the Kremlin, too. the danger that
lies ahead in the Middle Easl
must seem very terrible indeed.
Hence this school argues that if |
some system of neutralizing the
whole explosive area can some-
how be contrived, the Kremlin
will probably buy it. Which
school is righl should 1m> known
before many months have passed,
for informal talks have already
begun.
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jlra :<+ nr Fridav, March 28. 1963
Federation Reactivates
Social Planning Lnit
itl in of the Social
dttee of the Great-
i' ition was
announced tins week by Leon
Ka: esid
havi reestablished this
based upon the funda-
thal health

I (ting the total i
nuiiity
action and sup] oi i." Mr. Kaplan
-
Tlic I inning is to pre-
I wast ." Mr. Kap] u d< i -u-< d.
'i ns i- I i avoid un-
necessary duplication, the needless
r two dol'ars where one
will do. It assures maximum value
for the community from ew ry
health anil welfare operation."
The Social Planning Committee.
i:r.rier the chairmanship of David
B. Fleeman. is composed of three
commissions: the Commission on
Group Work and Leisure Time
Services, under the chairmanship
of Harold Thurman: the Commis-
sion of Jewish Education Services
with Dr. Sol Center as chairman;
;.nd the Commission on Services to '
the Aged, with Fred K. Shochet as i
chairman.
Working with Mr. Fleeman find
Record Farm Exports
JERUSALEM (WNS1 The
Israel Investment and Export Au- '
thority has reported that Israel's
export of farm products totaled a
record of $130 million in 1968, $15
million more than in 1967.
the chairrm n of the three commls-
.. ns, R ix 11 P. F irman,
at executive director of tin Fed-
. i ation.
The Commission on Jewish Ed-
. ihi : ii si >4 the thre com-
- tart its woi k. n* t t ins
iv<. k with Dr. Center outlining its
duti -
11 >ur i ssion is direct* d to
n's n ile and re-
;i iiity for Jewish education
services in our community, and
will ultimately establish priorities
in this area." Dr. Cent.; stated
"We will need to become as cog-
nizant as possible of the needs and
current services being offered and
then focus community attention on
the means to establish the opti-
mum services possible in this
area."
The Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation will look for guidance to
Federation's recently completed
"Study on the Community's Role
in Jewish Education in Greater
Miami," which was compiled by
Dr. Azriel Eisenberg and Dr. Sam-
uel H. Dinky, under the auspices
of the American Association for
Jewish Education.
Members of the Commission in-
clude: Mrs. Richard Brickman. Ed-
ward Cohen. Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Rabbi Morris
A. Kipper. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Burton Levey. Bernard S.
Mandlei. Dr. Phillip H. Mann. Mrs.
Bernard Marder. Albert E. Ossip.
Mendell M. Selig. Mrs. Robert
Shapiro. A. B. Wiener. Dr. Walter
P. Zand and Leonard Zilbert.
f
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Commission on Jewish Education, points
out some of the unmet needs which the Com-
mission will have to consider in establishing
priorities for Federation. Seated with him is
Mendell M. Selig. Other members of the
Commission who participated in the first
meeting are (from left): Albert Ossip. Leon-
ard Zilbert and A. B. Wiener.
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co, former French colonies, associ-
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Irt. agreed to a 40 percent tariff
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+Jew is* Ikridfirnr
Page 13-A
MARIAN SNEIDER
Documentary On 'City Of Peace'
MARIAN
Fllmw ;> iin ..
Thre weeks :uier the 1967 war
ended, Leonard Bernstein, Isaac
Stern and the isrcu I Symphony
Orchestra performed Mahler's
I; s'irr< :i(i Svmiihony in a con-
cert given on
Mount Sc ipua
In Jerusalem i < >
cel< i>i unification of
the city.
While plans
w e r e getting
set. Michael
Mindlin Jr., a
producer for
I ad details in a
New York paper an I got an idea.
The n i ill of his idea is the docu-
mentary "Journey to Jerusalem"
which starts an exclusive run at
the Normandy Theatre, Miami
B< ach on March 28.
"1 thought," says Mindlin ox-
cit.iii, whit a marvelous movie
this could I*'. It was strictly an
impulsi I call* d Lennie B> rn-
stem v ho is an old friend, and
he agreed-that it was a greal
idea. When I talked to Isaac
Stern, he was just as enthusi-
astic."
But what seemed to bo a won-
(Terfiil idea" very nearly came t
be an impqgsible scheme. Mindlin
had to tiriirK*all his production
equfcmtent with him as well as
lus Own camera and sound crews.
."When I look hack." he says,
'"thip film only became possible
ibecfuse the Israelis are an af-
firmative people to work with.
For them nothing is imposslbl \"
Mindlin says that Bernstein is
a great guy. "He has a Talmudic
love of teaching and I learned
more about na> own religion in
the 14 noun it took to fly to Til
Aviv than I'd ever learned before.
Lennie is not a religious man in
the sense that he goes to temple,
but he sp aks Hebrew and he
knows the Talmud."
There is no acting in "Journey
to Jerusalem' and whatever th
film lacks technically it makes up
for in spontaneity. Bernstein
use s no script. He reacts to what
he sc s and feels as he rides in a
jeep, walks the roads or rehearses
with the or-hostra.
The contrast 'if Joy and sorrow,
tension and freedom is sc isitive-
1\ shown Av Mahler's music fills
the sky Israeli planes fly over-
head in Star if David formation.
While the music swells anil
makes the mountain live, mothers
and wives reveal their sorrow at
gravesit s.
The five days it took to-make
the film were filled with Unsion
and tendeiiuss. "We wX3 pt the
wailing wail." recalls Mindlin. "I
turned -,,) look at LeiUlii II was
weeping. Really weeping."
For I-eonard Bernstein the in-
termingling of Arab and Jew in
Jerusalem is an emotional tri-
umph. "Jerusalem," he says, "has
got to Income a model city of
peace for all the world. These
people must learn to live to-
gether."
Mahler's music speaks to Bern-
Stain. "This music tells me that
God must triumph here." he says.
"There is no alternative."
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vJenisti (kg&ISUl
Fridav. March 28. 1969
Eban: Israel Will Not Be Bound
By Projected Four-Power Talks
Continued From Pag* 1-A
St tx' durable, that it must in-
vo ve "secure and recoil ized boun-
daries" and thai Lherv rmisi be an
"integral package settlor: ," bas-
ed on thf Nov. 22, 190" Security
Ci inn ii resolution.
While the VS. government was
intent upon proceeding along the
Big Pour a.etuu- of d.plomac; a
procedure that MY. Mlmn aouglii
unsuccessfully to persuade it to
)< ttisun its basic approach on the
guidelines Involved in laying the
foundation for pepec has not
changed with the advent of the
Nixon Administration, the source
aid. And while the United States
did not concur with tin- Israeli
view that a Big Pour approach "is
wrong," it di i e the French \ \> w that the
Dr. Royal Puryear
To Speak Sunday
At Beth Sholom
Dr. Royal W. Puryear. president
Florida Memorial College, will
speak on "Impact o( Higher Ne-
^ o Education In Dadc Count) And
V\ at it Means Tojfou" at the
)'ih Sholom Brotherhood's regu-
nonl Ij bn tkfasl si 10 10 a.m.
Ihi Ti tuple Auditorium.
I i \ :. imi Bi ach, a< -
tnnou.-v ment bj
S Knopk< Brotherhood
si
aiil>. Li n Kronish is spiritual
lei ol Ti mple Beth Sholom;
an 11 di
Bn ici
Brother ipu i sustains the
Hi .-1 t i\ in. s ,.n,i camjj scbi
ns i the Temple. Jo'jn
u this s
fcflt hi Broth rhood work.
Four Power approach should be
"institutionalized." Washington In-
h-nos to i. >. i\e judgment on the
potential value and dirrction of
the Pour Power talks It stead of
i uling i hi m out i i tiivl,\.
It was belicvid hen- that Presl-
di nt Nixon has somewhat soitimd
his star.d on major power guaran-
tees oi ;r peace settlement. Mr.
Eban was said i i have indicated
to liinj that introduction of the
Unit) d States and the So\ i I "niun
into th Mideast picture could i ns-
sibl.\ kad to a confrontation i sii-
lation thai the Nixon Administra-
tion has bet n anxious to uvqI I T v
United Statt b was said to in ire
cautious" and "more skeptical" on
the Big Four guarantees question
than it was a t. w we* Us ago when
Mr. Nixon said they were "an ab-
solute i ssi ntial" oi any settlement.
Mr, Eban was said to btlieve
thai the best method of maintain-
ing a harmonious relationship with
the United Stat. s on the Mideast
problem was to d< al with it at this
time "in the abstract" rather than
i.i offer a detatkd \i> w on the
question ol boundaries, for exanv
pU of what it wants. Hence no
"maps" wore discussid in Wash-
ington. Israel, in an. case, could
not pus nt Mr. Nixon oi Secre-
tary oi siate William P. Rogers
with ii- "territorial concl isions"
becausi. in the ..'<- ni >! .\iah
willingni s< to negotiate thi j "do
in the "omnipotence" of the Great that any or all of them could im-
Powers. The President and his ad- nose anything" SgaJnst the will of
visers were said to l- skeptical the Arabs and Israel.
I
not exist." They have not yet been
formulated by the Israeli govern-
ment.
The Xixmi Administration has
been made aware that Israel will |
lint submit tn un> I'oiir I'uwtT I
s. liitlnu in decision that deviates j
from Jerusalem's Jlard anil lust
insistence that |ieace in u s i In j
i. allied uu a treaty basis by the
parties to the conflict themselves |
imi cannot be imposed from the j
out side.
Israel's attitude toward Four-'
Power talks will be "cautiously I
vigilant" because it holds that
two of the parties France anil
the Soviet I'nion continue to ,
rkmonstrate hostility and a lack ot
undj rstanding of Israel's security
needs. If the United States;France. ;
Britain and the Soviet Union reach
a common policy on a settlement
on the ambassadorial level in talks
.it the United Nations. Israel be-
lieves, the Big Four would then
i move the discussions up to a higher
diplomatic level an escalation
I thai Jerusalem would repaid as
"dangerous."
Mr. Eban gained the impress)' :.
that Mr Nixon no longer believed
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Jenl*t ffrrMfar
Jewish Youth To
Form New Council
A Greater Miami Jewish Youth
Council, consisting of seven youth
groups, has just been organized,
Bruce Singer, acting chairman has
announced.
Groups repgOMnjed include: YM-
YWHA f Greater Miami B'P'H
B'rith Youth Organization, 'ireat-
r Miami Federation of Tempi.;
Youth. Hahonim. Hashachar, Na-
tional Contcrence o| Synagogue
Youth and United Synagogue
Youth.
Three standing committees
Community-Wide Projects, Pro-
is RV iatid to Israel and Soviet
Jewrv liave been established,
Tii.-se are not separate entities,
but n i>r. s. nt n concern within the
broad agenda of the Jewish poo-'
I* ." said Ira Stcinmet/. program
director of the YM-YWHA. who is
serving .is staff consultant and co-
ordinator for the Council.
The Youth Council's major ob-
jective will be to channel the thou-
sands of Jewish youth In our com-
munity into projects and activities
which will strengthen their com-
mitment of Jewish life," he ex-
plained.
MichSjtt Katz, Israeli Commu-
nity Youth Consultant, was guest
S aker ut an oiH'ninj; meeting of
the Council anil will use his knowl-
edge in coordinating many of the
prog] ams relating to Israel.
The committo s have already
:. work on si veral proji cts to
introduced community-wide in
: > oming months.
Paqe 15--.
Canadian Leader Urges Ban On Protests
Continued from Page 1-A
chinations of the Jewish section of
the Communist Party taw* failed to
uproot Judaism in Russia. He s.u.l
that on Purim he saw at least
I'O.OOO Moscow Jews listening to
the reading of the Megillah over a
loudspeaker outside the Central
Synagogue and that there uas
Singing and dancing in the streets
He >.mi that despite the ami-
religious attitude and the scorn
heajMil on ritual observances,
some ,so to loo Jewish weddings
are performed each year in Mos-
cow gnd a like number of Bar
Mitzvahs. He acknowledged that
this represented at>out one per-
cent of tin' ceremonies performed
hi American city with a Jewish
population of similar size. He said
there were only three mohels in
Tel Aviv u. Sets Budget
TEL AVIV UTAi Tel Aviv-
University has adopted a %\\ mil-
lion budget for fiscal 1969-70 an 1
has aski d the Israeli government
for increased aid. The budget for
the present fiscal year amounts to
$13.6 million. Next year will set
the establishment of a tour-year
school lor social work headed by
Dr. Simon Spiro.
Golden Age Seder Lunch
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To Speak At Home
Wilbur J. Cohen, former secre-
tary i Health. Education and
Welfare, will be the guest speaker
at the 23rd annual meeting of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami
His addNM at the 2:30 p.m. Sun-
day meeting In the Ruby Audito-
rium at Douglas Gardens. 52nd St.
and NK 2nd Ave.. will be: "A Bill
of Rights for the Elderly."
One of the chief architects of
this nation's Social Security sys-
tem, including Medicare and Med-
ic, lid. the former cabinet member
will soul' return to the University
ol Michigan as Dean of the School
ot Education.
Two other highlights of the pro-
g am which will include nomina-
tions and elections to the JHA's
Hoard of Directors will l>e memo-
rial prayers for the late Circuit
Judge Harold B. Spaet, past presi-
dent of the Home, and the late
Sam Ri snick, chairman of the JHA
building committee, both oi whom
i issed way during the past year,
and th. formal announcement of
the retirement of JHA executive
director Maurice Pearlsteln after
n isc than 18 years >' service to
Douclas <>.miens. A tribute to his
devoted -Mice will be given by
Leo Rose, Jr., president of the
Home.
R in i Solon n & hifl of ]' th I I
Congn m ill di llvi r the invo-
catioi th trial pi a
Aftei .i [-Icon
l VIr. Rose, the i com-
mittee's I'port wil
commil chairn Irving
I
1 .lie.
th Is on Mr.
~ Miami. Florida Friday, March 28, 1969
Section B
Israel Envoy Says 'Powder-Keg'
Myth Is Fostered By Soviet Union
The so-called Mid.lie Bast "pow-
der keg" is not in imminent danger
ot explosion, Yekutiel Orgel, emis-
sary of Israel at the I'mt. d Na-
ti ns. told me mix is of the audi-
enci ,ii the Forte Towers Israel
Dinner <>t state this we< k when
Rabbi David Raab was honored as
ieel ilent of th
tion Award.
the major powers the danger of
.i confrontation by the major pow-
is could be escalati d by what
under existing conditions are onlj
minor skirmishes," Mr. Orgelsaid.
'Peace .an not !* imposed, Any-
thing imposed would call for guar-
Jerusalem Libera- i:;,"s and this would call for com-
mitments on the part ol the United
Stati s," he said.
Homestead AFB
Seder Services Set
Chaplain Morris A. Skop of the
Homestead Air Force Base an-
nounced this eek that arrange-
meoti are being made for Jewish
personnel at the base to Ik- guests
at private homes or synagogues in
the area for Passover Seder serv-
ices or to attend the Seder services
to be conducted at the base.
Mrs. l.'iuis Glasser of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Hoard, and
Kfraim Gale, executive director of
the YMHA of Greater Miami, are
assisting in the holiday arrange-
ment s.
WILBUR ). COHEN
Pearlstein's retirement, Mrs. My-
ron Leff. president of the Resi
dents' Council, will spi ak on behalf
, of the n sidh nts.
Prof. Cohen will be Introduced
by his friend of many years, CoL
Jacob Aiveyol Chicago and Miami
Beach, honorary vice president of
the Home, who was instrumental
in arranging the foi mi i si cretai. 's
visit here.
A :-a'v. ol Milwaukee, 55-year-
old I i ("oh lot the
! nivi i sitj pi ..: sii in 1934
Later h :
hi Cold I
m as awai ded
I
. icoi sin in I
s il al i
from cam| iis lii, to servi ii
is 11 ,ii i m undi i Presidents R
velt and Truman, he tv Id the Uni-
\eisit> ot Mkhsgaw pest uf Profes-
sor of Public Welfare Administra-
tion from 1956 to 1961.
He returned to the Government
on leave ui absence in 1961 to
serve in the Kennedy and Johnson
Administrations as Assistant Sec-
i rotary of Health. Education and
Welfare from 1961-1965. He was
promoted to Undersecretary of the
Department in 1965 and early in
i 1968 was named Secretary by Pres-
ident Jonnson. He resigned when
the Nixon Administration took of-
fiee this yi ar,
Mr. Orgi I stated this was the
view enunciated by Foreign Min-
isti i Abba El an in his meetings
with President Richard M. Nixon.
He said that the theory that the
Middle Easi is near an explosion
is fosti red by the Soviet Union,
"with malice aforethought." de-
signed to create public sentiment
in favor of the projected Four
Power settlement of the Israeli-
Ai ab conflict,
Ii r b it m : irantee by
ether program participants In-
cludt d Joseph Mondres, chaii nan;
Mi. and Mrs. Charles HoltZ. chair-
men ol the Committee of Host t;
Aaron Kalian, executive director
>f the Israel Bond organization,
who conducted the tradil
Menorah of Statehood ceremony,
Cantoi Saul Breeh, Dr. Isaac Un-
terman. Sol Podolsky, Dr. \
Finklei and Lou Shor, well known
humorist and raconteur,
Yekutiel Orgel (left), a member
cf the Israel delegation to the
United Nations, congratulates
Rabbi David Raab. who was
honored this week with the
Jerusalem Liberation Award ct
the Forte Towers-Israel Dinner
of State.
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Friday. March 28 \3G^
500 Expected Lor Histadrut Third Sedef
M. MKWAtI SOSSm
1500 Men's Club
Spring Festival
The 1500 M. .- Spaing F**-
:vai coaatsts of rrar.y and varied
wrts. star* rat Seder
Night to be held at the Saxony
6-30 pm. Wednesday.
- sion of Cantor
lm i SI i X dner.
The next n -_!jr Club meeting
* slated : r S raday. April 6. in the
T r re Resta trairi Guest
speaker Hubert Albritton.
Chief .:' Miami
ra! Twrr-
- : tcue S I with him.


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ration at F
. Hoi April 6 which
i ; ati r Miami's month-
' .'Is! anni-
. independence of the
Stati I Israel.
t of t h. -
of early r. servati i -
: by Dr Michaa I Sossin,
the Israel Histadrut
Coui South Florida, sjwnsors

Bcnem. Miami Bea
ader, will be honorvd
at the dinner function at which
I< i. 1 Consul Z\i Caspi will be
speaker. Dr. Sossin
Said.
He announced the roster of civic
ado have accepted key
, r the 21st anniversary
which will launch a
carr-.paipr for the new Greater Mi-
, ami Mtdltal Center at Ramleh. Is- *
rael. The center is a joint project
of the Israel Histadrut group and
oi the Business ar.d Professional
Division known as the South Flor-
ida Council for Medical Services
and Vocational Training in Israel.
Jacob PJfkir. Miami Beach re-
ligious and community leader, is
head of the Business and Profes
al group. H- i- a founder of
the Greater Miami M nter
at Bvershcba and of the new P.arr-
r Mr. rind Mrs P.ifkin
also are founders of the new cam*
pus f the H- i
Jerusalem and I Technion.
Eh-. Sosi Moshe
lirrotor of Hi
Irut. for inc
the mos' tious Tl
count rj of
\" .. tot* Cit long :
record o; ship for Histadrut
I a key i lild-
in of the Greater Mi imi Amal
TV i hnical High School in Ramleh.
. now will be j lined
by the nearby medical center."
Dr. Sossin announced the ap-
pointment of Jack S Poptek as co-
chairman for the Third Seder, with
Itabbi Leon Kronish as honorary
fttminder:
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Friday, March 28. 1969
Slain Iraqi Jews
Are Memorialized
A memorial to the 26th anni-
vcraarj oi the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising mill to the nine Iraqi Jews
who were executed will be held al
7 30 p.m. Sunday at Temple Beth
R iphai i. Miami iii ach.
The program will include an
addn ss bj Rabbi David Raab pos-
ing the question How Main More
Memorials?" and a musical inter-
lude led bj Cantoi Saul II. Bre< h
u Ith i'i T< mple Choir under the
direction ol Abram Krashinsky.
Also sch< duled is a talk in Yid-
dish bj Aliysch S. Pei I, honorarj
presidi nt. Dr. Adolph Finkler, con-
gregation president, will serve as
general chairman ol the event.
The Iraqi Jews to i' memorial-
ised are Baruch Dalai, Fuad Gab-
Iii. Daoud Ghali, Nairn Kadouri
lialal. Sabah Hayim, Charles Ra-
phael Horesh, aaco\ Gurii Na-
taurdi, Daoud Ychezkel and Ezra
n hi Zirkha.
+Jenlst fhrHicur
Paqe 3-E
Israeli Pianist Is
Beth David Guest
Nathan Brand, a young Israeli
pianist, and the noted painter Sam
Grodi risk} ill b featured at the
Judaica Art Festival and Musicale
to be held al Beth David Congre-
gation Saturday eve nlng.
An exhibit o( Judaica Arl also
will be on display during the eve-
ning and .i sim ci.ii >alr of th< sc
items will in- held immediate!} fol-
lowing the musicale, n was an-
nounced i>> Beth David Fine Arts
Committee chaii man Les Rachline.
Sol M. Linowitz Slated To Address
Temple Israel Pre-Dedication Dinner
Brand, a Main, of Jerusalem,
will !> making his Initial Miami
appearance. A graduate of Jeru-
NATHAN BRAND
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will present a "One Man Show"
salem's Rubin Academy, he lias which will be on exhibit during the
performed with Ihe Hebrew L?ni- Art Festival.
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and thi i. w iiumeniek Chap
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riaj. April !>.
Koi mal 'l' dicalion ol the new
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I.r.\o> to the i 'AS and the Intel -
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Wooderlttl Wor'.d of
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fah-!xrs Dir.ir.g Fadlliiaa
Prrsaie Areas it CardeoM
Aseric&n 4 Car.toa
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Tc Our Many Ciwtomtn Mid Frwinrltl
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SEDERS CATERED BY THE
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KOSHER RESTAURANT
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(The Seders at the ReVaurant are All Sold Out
MR. and MRS. PH'UP WEISS
THE ROYAl HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT
will be open the entire Holiday of Passover
Wish the Entire Community
a Hippy Passover
Closed for the entire Week of Passover
Re-Open Sunday, April 13th
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<]ARIH Chapter Hosts Annual Fashion Show
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Lorber Chapter of the Children's momhors will model; Ray Garcia orations.
Asthma R"Si'arrh Institute and is musical director. i
St-.'-* Denver will host its CARIH since 1959 has been de-
itTi annual luficVon fashion Show "n,c "Ha" "f Fashion" dirdrte; J voted solely to (Jading the ciBs
Friday. March 28. 1969
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A c mm ntary on the emancipa-
tion "i wi men, as viewed through
Rabbi Leon Kron;sh, s*?iritua'
loader cf Temple Be%h Shobm.
Miami Beach, congratulate-:
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. a past
president cf the Sisterhood, who
was recently chosen as the
organization's "Woman of the
Yecr."
Passover Workshop Given
By Mrs. Simeon Kobrineli
A RMBOver workshop was to be
conducted at the monthly meeting
of the Temple Zion Sisterhood at
s 15 pjn niuisita;. when the wife
Ol I'.abt'i Simeon Kobi met/. Hillel
director at the University <>f Mi-
ami. ( to di monstratc the art of
Passoy^i cooker)
AU.); lanned ir theevi ning wa
t (change >>: i i i|" s, a display
< i lei ral nd the sale
c Israeli and Chi: <
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North ] V Km lean
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LADIES turn your 'don't
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into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534-0001
til cars
English
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23 years of experience
PMONE 223 3336
TED LONG'S
FOREIGN CAR REPAIRS
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One-rran shop
personal attention
Scuthgate Group,
Beach Hadassah
Meets Thursday
The Soi'th 'at" (; ol R*-
i -''i ns t., hoi ; |i nnn-ml
Youth Mivah Li nel on at the Al-
giers Hotel Thursday
Mrs I. >Ro< Wieni
rr wac to n late her personal x
vriei c dui In u I's Six
War ol June, 1967.
1 rmen ( the | which
to ii elude vi <*al si li cti ns by
Susan Jac bs, ta'i nr< d l y< at -ol I
lenl of Ti mi I Emanu-EI Hi -
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1 rg and Mrs. s in a Fi li 'nan.
JWV Aux. Gala Donor Plans
The Jewish War Veteran: ol the
I'niti il Stati i Ladies' Auxill -
Weal Miami, Is having a gala doi
affair al the Carillon Hotel Satur-
day vening. Mrs Joe Achtman is
donor chairman; Mrs. Jam a Stern
is president ol the Auxiliary.
al the Miami International Fash- ",;,m vvi" ''' "''' "'";- f "' tho of asthma and other a'l rgic dis-
at 11:30 am Tuesday. lyncjpon under the supervision ol ;'s's s '' 'ng in th i siden-
Irvtaia Gams. Sid Poller will con- B ai ': "'
, asthmal -. it has Facility e I >i the
1 "'-" "f thorough cvaluatlm ntinu-
the world of fashion, will !>< co- ,i"' new mart. Mrs. Ira Segal will ,,us monitoring "i all cha
ordinated by Miss Jay Kinser of serve as rashion show chairm i I patient's nd a 1 fac-
Burdine's. Title of the motner and ticket chairmen will be Mrs. Ji I I
Ish w is "You've Come a Long I Greene and Mrs. Robert Ferris; by i hion si m will h Ip to
.'. i Babj Children of Corber.'Mrs. K Xjk JfiUsli Siooir joft (lir ^Afrl o[ (jicofCr (Miami
and
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It is a member of the American Association of Homes for the Aging,
American Hospital Association, Florida Association of Homes for the
Aging, Florida Hospital Association, National Association of Jewish
Homes for the Aged, So. florUa Hospital Council.

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KING SOLOMON KOSHER PASSOVER DINNERS
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15th DAY
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FOR YO'iR CONVENIENCE AND SHOPP5MG PLEASURE
ALL FOOD FAIR MEAT AND POULTRY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW KOSHER L'PESACH
May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early ~ to insure faster service
and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the finest Kosher Meats
and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK.
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
ARE CLOSED ON THUR.. FRI. AND
SAT. FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAY
OPEN
SUNDAYS
9a.m. to 6 p.m.
10th AND
WASHINGTON AVE
& 163rd STREET
SHOPPING CENTER
The management and employees extend to you and your families
A JOYOUS AND FESTIVE PESACH
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, Director
REV. JACOB B. KATZ. Ass't Director REV. JOSHUA FRIEDMAN
M.URRY RUBIN
2091 Coral Way,Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center # 19th Street at Alton Road

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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR
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Friday. March 28. 1965
Rosenberg To Be
Installed As Hew
B.B. President
will be
as pros
Coui South
the
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Mr. Ros
. u e. has
IS Ul -. b< rl
L Is North Mia i
a ider-
n ho in Jui* 11 si-
i : I istrict Grand Lodge No. 5.
u B'rith, will act as installing
officer at the Council Breakfast.
I '.strict 5 is comprised of the
states from Maryland to Florida.
Other participants'in the Instal-
lation program are: Judge Milton
A. Friedman, who will make a .uift
presentation to Mr. Pascoe; Ber-
nard Langberg, State president of
Fka li B'rith 1 dges state
Attorney Richard E. Gerstein. who
tings; Rabbi Sim-
K rinetz. I'-M H ctor.
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th. Jack Kirs
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i'ho will a< is
nieg
5 to be In-
I are: Bert 1
A I G lei J | h Mon-
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Reuven Yaron !s Guest Lecturer At Greenfield Institute
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halpert
this week mark their 50th wed-
ding anniversary wtth a dinner
celebration in which their two
daughters and sons-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. Edward I- Scheaffer
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Solo-
men are taking part.
K *-
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of l.a\\ of tin Hebrew L'nhCMtyH
m Jai i
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AdtM Institute of Tl Biple [srtw 1 of
- i v. Bird. He on
f.;, \i cnt ol J v.i-h Law."
T".. rn Dr. Yaron. in
[an i- an i xpi rt in
aw an 1 ancfc nt N
. in laws. He took hi*
graduate studies at the University
, I Aberdei n In Scotland, where he
en c! as a lecturer in Jurispru-
dence for two years, and received
nis Ph.D. from Oxford Universit}
Dr. Yaron has written a number
of books on his specialties, as well
as man. articles published in Eng-
land. France. Holland and other
Kuroi>ean nations as well as in this
country.
spei
to
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, v|,. new insights on th. law.
PineGrest
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Bit Equ'poed Day Coma
AJC Units Hear Talks On Israel
The North Dade premiere of
Israi St film. "Back Home."
v ,is to t atured at the Mar-Len
Chapter of American Jewish Con-
gress meeting which was \, take
lac. 81 8 p.m. Thursday in the
Len Auditorium.
; rogram as t.> be a
talk I Capt. Leo G irdro i vi teran
i'oi sra War ol li lept n-
- n
:- subject 'The
Prici Dtmocracj in the Mid-
East."
Israel" was to be the topic of i: -'
speaker Rabbi Sol I^andatr it the
regular monthly meeting of Miami-
Coral Gables Chapter AJC at 11:45
a.m. Thursday in the social hall of
Beth David Congregation.
A petite luncheon will be served
and host ss< s for the afternoon are
Mesdames Yetta C hi n B a Lieb-
i rman, Gitta Gebhardt and Rose
'.'. inberger.
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Friday, March 28, 1969
Geu!a Gill, Singer,
Comic Morty Gunt
Variety Shew Star!
1t> i Jurfty, ono >i Ihc mos
! 01 ltm- pi i lnniii is i the winter
in the Ctrttkills, will appeal
Pv [si h. 'is An Coming
t\ sh m sehi rluli d for Sunday
al the Mi
ii Audit orium.
ind rai* >i in Brookl -n. the
man the ditto term "the laugh-
-t comedian on Broadway"
who had trained to be a speech
ti her, has appeared <>n major
TV' shows as well as the top night
lbs In the country.
' M hers in.the show arc Israel's
r. cordiiiK star Goula Gill, the Tel
Aviv Quintet, and "tho Danny
Kaye >f (srat I," YoH Shan*.
<' ida Gill, "Israel's greatest re-
cording star." will headline in the
variety show "The Israelis Are
C".,r inp." which is scheduled for
t e VOaml P.eaeh Auditorium Sun-
da> eveninc Also appearing will
l< Mortjr Guntv, one of the most
popular performers o| the winter
peasnn in the CatskiUs; the Tel
Avi\ Quintet, and Yoel Sharr,
Da: iy Kay oi Israel."
Miss i '..! v ho has done h' r stint
: a< I's army, now is rei iri
the \v "l Id's RT" al sir]
sta nei'.....ns in It; Ian-
- and 'm- appeared in the
United Stales. Canada. Ruro|>e and
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SEATS
2 SHOWS DAILY
AT 2:00 & 8:30 P.f
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South America. Her TV credits In-
clude four performances on the Ed
Sullivan Show. She has appeared
with Johnny Carson on the "To-
night" show, and on the Steve
Allen Show.
Horn and raised In Brooklyn,
Gunty, the man the critics term
the laughingesl comedian on
Broadway." had trained to be a
speech teacher betore entering the
world of show business. He has
n n ajor TV shows and ap-
irrd in thi country's top night
clubs.
rickets i" the show, sjoi siired
thi Ji W ish National Fund, an
' ailable at the box office ol the
A litorium,
MOKTY GUNTY
'Hank' Brodsky Candidate
For NMB Group 5 Council
Howard "Hank" Brodsky, a self-
employed General All Lines Insur-
ance Agent, is running for the posi-
tion of Councilman in Group ."> in
the coming April ."i election in
North Miami Beach.
Mi Brodskv, who served as
Chi i Criminal Depute in the Dts-
ii ii t 5 Constables' Office on Miami
:i for three years, t< urging a
s'ipi :a is, (i 1.1 oji am for our young
people, both social and athletic,
using i xisting facilities, anda n in-
datory education program on drug
abuse to s tow our children the
horrible truth about drug addic-
tion."
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IF Y00 SEE NO OTHER PLAY THIS SEASON.
YOU MUST SEE'THE MAN IN THE GLASS BOOTH
NOMINATED FOR TONY
AWARD BEST PLAY 1969
NOW ON STAGE!
'FANTASTICALLY EFFECTIVE
...VISUALLY BEAUTIFUL...
DRAMATICALLY MYSTERIOUS."
C i G '"-.
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JACK KLUGMAN
"THE MAN IN THE GLASS BOOTH
pity* ROBERT SHAW
a :n MARTIN SHA.tAH
D.tcied by HAROLD STCNE
' PRICES A PERFORMANCES
fue.. Wed.. Thurs.. Sur eves al a.30. $5*5, 4.S5. J.5
In a Sa.L ev at 8:30. Jt-50 ,B.0, 4,50 .
Mat Wet) Sat: ? p.m.. $4.50, 3.50. 2 50
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in Yiddish "l English
WITH
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3 weeks after the war... Israel...
an historic concert atop Mount Scopus
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LEONARD
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Friday. March 26 1969
March 16 Nuptials
Unite Miss Rayris.
lrrin Gtuiofsky
iCvnthia llotv Ra.wis. daOehtef
Mr. : nil Mrs. JoMph A Rayvtt,
37 Show Dr North, was married
to [r\in DovW Godofsky, the ion
0 Mr. BKl Ms Martin K. QDdof-
skv, Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday.
March 16 Rabbi Sol Landau and
tor William Lipson officiated
at the Doral Country Club cere-
mony, which was followed by a
it ception at the club.
The bride is graduate Gables Senior High School and
(Muo State University, where she
ii .1 11 b i of Alpha Epsilon
Phi rorit) and Angel Plight. Her
nd is a aduate of the Uni-
\, :>.-\ .: Michigan and attends
the CoTcgi of Medicine at Ohio
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Wedding Anniversary Is 70th For Greenbergs
\\ i i;-i -K;tltn
MRS. IRVIN GODOfSKY
Ethel And Steven
To Marry June 15

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Passover luncheon Sided
The nni\-i>rsry Which Mr and Mrs.
Harry Greenberg celebrated on Sunday,
March 23. Was their 70th. Friends and
relatives helped them mark the occasion
with a dinner held at the Famous Res-
taurant.
Before coming to Miami Beach four
years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg, who
were married in Russia and came to the
United States in 1903 soon alter the ]k>-
grom in Kishinev made their home in
Brooklyn. NY., where Mr. CireenlxTK had
been in the metal ceiling business until re-
tirement 20 years ago.
The couple has one s >n, Dr. Samuel I.
Greenberg of Coral Gables s:\ grand-
children and s.\ great-grandchildren.
MR. ondMRS. HAIr&y GRUNBIRG
X Senior Citizens Health Fair Is Set
"How to Si i> V.i ing" is the
annual Seni >r
th Fair i" '< In Id
Sumi ij at
i iker
("will h'

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MR. ROOLR (
HIGH STYLISTS
CoffM'.'t hoir coltxmg
2*82 fWiCC C8UL CJJLiS U4-71
ftatbi Dand Poob
Gmtit Speaker
Aimed 1 ferl,
Hon. Pre*.
Speaker in Yiddish
26th MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY
OF WARSAW GHETTO
AND DEDICATION OF MEMORIAL
TO THE 9 IRAOI JEWS
WHO WERE HANGED
S l \ /) A V
MARCH 30lh. 7:30 l\M.
THE FVBUC is imitkd:
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 Jefferson Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
Confer Saul N.
Brtfh and Choir
Or. Adolph f inkier,
President
Memorial Chairman
**y MY
-VjUDECORATO
*&
IS
THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS
YOUR PERSONAL ENTRY CARD TO
WHOLESALE FURNITURE 1 FABRIC SHOWROOMS IN ALL MIAMI!
Alfred or* London opens fhe door for you......and remember..,,
it is vitally important to clip this advertisement and present
it at the showroom of your choice.
lALFRED of LONDON iw* w d;
PERSONALIZED SERVICE FROM ALFRED ON DRAPERIES SHADES
' LAMPS BEDDING CARPETING
' ACCESSORIES WALL PAPER FURNITURE REFINISHING
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If you think we can't do it,
Come in and see for yourself
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Miami, Florida
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Miami Beach jf 2-3231


Friday, March 29. 1969
t'J+nitt fkjrftMOHn
Karens S. Fishbew
Becomes Bride OS
Ronald S. Gruen
Ka'-na SUP FishboiPnrft! Ron-
W Steven Qrucn were married
Sund March '-'".. at the Doral
B bk Hotel. Kabbi Irving Lehi>
man ffidated at the 12:30 p.m.
ceren- niea, which were followed
bj a pptlon and luncheon at the
hotel
Tli bride, whose parenta arc Dr.
I '' I, Loo FMlbein of Miami
''"'" li graduate of Miami
Bead Senior High School and a
sum:: cum laude graduate of
Pennsylvania state University,
when the was a member of Phi
Beta Kappa. Alpha 1-amlxla Delta,
and th' Pay Chi and Phi Kappa I'm
nation I honor societies.
Tl son Ol Mr ami Mis. Arthur
(;"" i Vonki ra, NY. Mr. Grui n
!-. I his B.S. degree and .-
- di ..: re in Educational
Psyi from Harpur Colli i
He is s, .m;. working toward his
te h school Psychology at
I i n ia State L' n ive rs
is a n of Kappa
l'
: the bride i lose
difii il a lit .
ivirls
la's i
1 the hifi
tlti I sleeves -
nil thn -
tiered s lei ngth veil, was
mbi rvl with sei il ;. ai Is un
Th< briil st< r Mi v. Alan
Blo< vaa n itron ol honor; Bar-
bara I an i hi' ui oom's sister, was
l t honoi H< iili Block was
flowi : girl at Ga i Block was
i ing-l irer. Robert Harris served
as best man, and Man Block and
Vi i d I-. ushi n d.
At' a lion, j moon In Jamaica,
i w lyw< ds will make their
lions State College, Pa. In the
i i e bride will enroll in the
Ci luati School oi i he t 'nh ersitj
"i p nsylvania, while her hus-
let ns at !> vereux School
in IJe. in, Pa

Werner-Rah n
MM. RONALD STtVtN CRUIN
V
V
Beth Am Scene Of
Pawliger-GoMberg
Ceremony Sunday
Barbara Ann Pawli^cr b<
the bride of Harvey Lewis Gold-
berg in a wedding ceremony per-
formed at Temple Beth Am on
Sunday. March 23. A reception
followed at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club.
The bride, daughter "I Mr. and
Mrs Svlvan Pawliger, 5440 SW
85th St., is a graduate of ("oral
Gables Senior High School, Coro-
net Modeling Academy and Miami-
Rule Junior College School of
Nursing, she is presently employed
by a Miami physician.
Her husband, whose parents are
fr. and Mrs. Israel Goldberg of
Bloomfield. N.J.. graduated from
Weaver High School and attended
the University of Hartford and the
University of Miami He holds the
position of district manager ol a
Miami data processing company.
The bride chose a long gown of
silk-faced peau de sole with Chan-
tilly lace empire bodice and sleeves
Her six-f ol tram w as ,,i M
pure
veil v
lids.
Naida l iv i r w -
briil
wi re M K
Sokolow Thi
r, Michai Goldbi rg, sen tl -
best man; ushi i- were the bi ide's
brothers. Michael ai
Puwligei
After a honeyi.....in cruise to the
Bahamas, the couple will live at
!>710 SW 77th Am-.. Miami.
MRS. HARVtf ItWIS GOlDBfffG
David Pinski Culture Club
'The Significance ol Passover"
will I),' the topic of a talk by I..
Lasavin at the weekly 8 p.m. Oneg
Shabbat Kn.iax ol the Da\ id Pin-
ski Club at 832 Washington Ave
.Miami Beach
PARTY EQUIPMENT RENTAL
WE'RE NO. 1
and for
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SERVICE
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#
Chairs Silver
Tables Closs
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MRS. HARVIY KUVIN
Cancer Surgery
Seminar Set At
Cedars Hospital
1 i s -arch
fro N'
to. Bel
, .
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[)i Mori i-
i.' rl nirman ol Cedai -' I ie| i I
pgerj
The rjuesl fncultv, all affiliated
with tIn- National Institutes ol
Health, arc Dr. Alfred S. Ketch-
am. chief of the Surgery Branch;
i >:- William G. Hammond, Paul H
Chretien and Yoscl II Pilch, asso-
ciate surgeons.
Wedding Of North
Bay \ "dI u fix Ma yor
Is Announced Here
Th" man iw I"; Ida' ol Rosalind
Frank and North Bav Vii
Mavor Harvv Ruvin. v< hieh was
to u solemnized bj Rabbi Joseoh
Narol in b gard< n ceremonv at the
ol Mr. and Mrs. David Serns
on Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach,
has been announced.
The bride, whose parents are
n sid. nts ol Long Beach, N.Y., at-
tended the Laboratory Institute of
Merchandising ami Design in New
York and Boston University, and
currently practic s interioi design
in Miami.
The groom, whose pan nts reside
at Morton Towers, Miami Beach,
-i aduated from the University of
Florida School of Fngineering and
the University ol Miami School ol
Law. He maintains law offices on
Miami Beach, and first ventured
into politics a y i a_o. w:., n he
was |ci. ,i Ma oi of North '
Villa e by I
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lion. w i will ta
la,

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ill- APcn Mil edges
JOIN
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f
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Also Presentation of Portrait To Chief Rabbi Of Israel.
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Phone:
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534-5352
OR
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532-5558
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+Jewisti fhridBa/n
Friday. March 28. 1969
Florida Derby At
Gulfstream Perk -
Is $100,009 Race
Climaxing a soHd week of festiv-
ities at Gulfstream Park is the
Florida Derby, which will U' run
Sat i.ia\. March l'9. Leading up
-.i the $100,000 race, Florida Derby
week has seen the running of the
515.000 Dinner Stakes for two-
ea '-olds, a five-furlong contest o:i
. sday, ami the $25,000 Orchid
Gulfstream's lush t..if course
V ;-.. sday.
Many clubs in the area havi
i Florida Dei': ; arl ies a
Fl iii.i 1' Ball bi ne-
j a worths*. hi!e cl irity. will be
S i lal 'l i are pja<
' s Higl aj i : did H
" I Circli to th< ti ai i ntranci .
i:.. Dt rby
ity.
GILDED DRAGON
RESTAURANT
TFTE BUT CHiWESf FOOD IN MIAMI
BEACH. WE CATEff TO PARTIES
AND ALSO HAVt TAKE-OUT
SERVICE
Specioliiing in Canton*** Faod
Serving From 11:30 A.M. 11 P.M.
6C1 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531-9984
n*i
MORRIS 4 RUTH LtRNEB Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN Established In 7945
Loan Company Branches Out
Walter ^. fr'alk, founder and
Metropolitan Mort-
gai Co., i ine ol FIoj i la's largest
st-knem n loan 11 im| anu s,
i- i inouno it t.'i.' establishment
subsidiary called Mortg
ment, which will manage
3r. : ir'g mortgages. Metropol-
tai Mortgage, which maintains
t: es in Miami. Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Pierce, is well known for
ts I~>ial Freedom" railio ami TV
"oninnToials.
50
dmntst
troustr
Prim* \lrloin ifeak ...
sirrtd Japanese ify/a
ttcitinql
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
01 DEEI RUM I8J-IJII
OHl
its
ctf
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
IE 1-3987
PARKING MIAMI
fac.ut.es beach
NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
STAR Dai^ Veg. & Fish Restaurant
Servirg STRICTLY Passover Meals for the
Entire Week of Passovr
^ 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 *
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue Phone 537-1671
SERVING KOSHER FOR PASSOVER MEALS
DURING ENTIRE WEEK
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
r
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
On U.S. 7. ont-hclf mi le south
of GuUitta". Race Track
Ph. HOLLYWOOD
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Specially of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
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Dinner scrveJ daily 4 30-9 Sunday 11:30-9
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SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
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NOW OPEN
Prince Hamlet Inn
8JOl BISCATNE BLVD.
Lunch (II :JI)-; PM )
. Dinner (511 PM)
Continental Danish Service and Cuisine
Your Hojtj
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... a touch ol Europe for your dining pleasure
at moderate price.-.
Reservation*: 757-71;;
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
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For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre
Mrs 'JY Nichelt
VISIT 'JO'
NICHELE'S
RESTAURANT
AND LOUNGE
1550 N.E. 123 ST.
OPEN TIL 5 A.M.
ht new
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Open 6 P.M. to 1 A.M.
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68th ST. & INDIAN CREEK
} RES: 866-1661 MIAMI BEACHJ
40 ACRES
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Good High Pine Land
#,000 TOTAL
TERMS
NOAH HITE,
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1535 N.W. 119 St.
688-0882
Coral Gables Hotel
32 Rooms 7 Stores.
Prime Ponce d Ion
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KENDALL AREA
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9631 BIRD ROAD
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(305) 822-5721
ILKA REALTY C0?P.
6530 W. 4tfc Avenue
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$1575
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12965 Bisc. Blvd., Vo. Miami
891-3811
Osjen: 9 a.m. to 9 a.m.
ft.
LINGERLONG 2
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1 BEDROOM 1 BATH
2 BEDROOMS-2 MTBS
All with dining erae In
kKctwri .fea fkttf rim efl*.
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IppliincK by
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1100 ILL lit cTurt
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Friday, March 28, 1969
+Jewtei> ncrktlan
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STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM -1 BATH APTS.
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JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
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Office Open 10:00 A.M. 4 P.M.
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MX 3C'
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235 3966 AMD 418-1755
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Homesites on the Atlantic in
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Living Quarters
55,000
Phone 538-0611
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Friday, March 28 1961
An eld established Art Gallery, re-
presenting young Israeli Artist,
requires a serious local oqtnt.
Every encouragment given to one
interested in opening on art g*l
lery featuring Israel Art in his
locality.
TKAtUN AST GAUWY
P.O.B. 4874, Haifa. Israel.
MAMK KKAMARZ
Julie Miller
EDWARD PLOTKIN
Edward, the son of Mr. and Mis
Bernard Plotkin of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mltz-
vah Saturday, March 29, at Young
Israel of Greater Miami.
Edward, who lias attended the
Young Israi I Religious School, is .\
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, where he plays trom-
l one in the school orchestra.
A Kiddush will be held following
servii .'.t the sj nagogue, and
a rec< pti in in honor ol the cele-
i home Saturday i ve-

Amoi the i nests atti n ling \\ ill
- Mr, and
i. i and his
ns will
Gail s ille for the
i \i nt.
Daniel tari
Iff ROSENBIUM
WIMlrU WKSTON
-
will be called to
- a Bar Mitzvah
: Temple
Sii .a ol N i lade in the Wash-
pral Auditorium Satur-
day, March 26
Andrew, who attends Temple
- R ligious School, is a stvi-
at Parkway Junior High
School, where ho is in the seventh
le. Andrew, who has won a
punt, imss and kick football con-
test, has beaa tin- recipient of a
ience fair award ami a Templo
Sinai !< lisious School scholarship
aw ant.
Sam Kat/. grandfather of the
celebrant will be among the hon-
ored guests at the event, and rela-
tives front New York and New
Jersey are expected to be present.

USE ROSKNBM'M
Lee, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Rosenblum. 870 N. Shore
Dr.. Miami Beach, will bo Bar
Mitzvah at the Hebrew Academy
at 9 a.m. Saturday. March 29.
when he will conduct the Shachris
ami MumjI services, and will read
from the Scroll. His brother. Mark,
a student at P!nl!i|>s K.xetet Acad-
my. will also participate in the
s. 1 \ hf.
An eighth grade student at the
Ai ademy, Lee has been enrolled
there since fust grade, and is a
member ot Use school choir.
i.< i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,
Max I. Kamiel and Mr and Mrs
ROB) nblum, his aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs Robert Fahri-
kant and tin ir daughti rs, as well
an) other n latives and friends
an expected to .itt. nd the i vent.
>
ANDRKVS DAVIS
Andrew, the son oi Mr. and Mrs.
( -, Da\ia, i'.'l 79th Ter., Miami
Beach, will be Bai Mitzvah at the
8 15 a.m. services of Tempi) Ner
T.miid Saturday, Mar. h J9.
Andrew, who is a student of NYr
Tamkl Religious School, attends
the ih bn w Academy ol Greater
Miami.
Andrew's parents will host the
Oneg ShablMt Friday evening and
the Kiddush following the services
M IRK KRAMAKZ
Mai '< ah. n. the s,m oi Mr and
Mis. Henri Kramarz, will become
Bar Mit \.ih at Temple Zion on
Saturda March 22.
Mat k is a st ,.l< nt at Palmetto
lunioi High School, where he is in
- \ nth grade.
Mr. and .Mis. Kramarz will host
the Kiddush fallowing Saturday's
services and .i reception Saturdaj
afternoon at th Algii rs II ,t. i in
honor of the celebrant. Among the
honored guests were his grand-
ar. nts, Mr, an i Mis. W. Horn-
stein and Mi. and Mrs. Sam Kra-
marz.
STEPHEN Kl LLEB
At Tc mi le Or Oiom Saturday
moi ni ; the
Wn ol lr. and Mis. L< on Kuller,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
St< phi n is g si \ nth grad
nt al Re \n r Jt niqr Hi rh
School, m here h< sax iphone
il! the v. -
St.
t fol-
as well as a
Ividdus fol-
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reception in h
in I
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the I
bratioi
LAXtKl i.iii.KN-i ;;\
La
ill I. bi
Lai ry is a swnl id. stu-
d. nt ai Roi kv a; .' ni< I
.:i in
(he school orchi stra.
Mr. and Mrs. >; in will
nOi : \ -
I the Kiddus > the
si i \ ici s oi Sat .u day, and a rei
tion will b hi Id in Larry's honor
in his home Saturdaj evening,
Larry's paternal grandmother,
Mis. Pearl Weinstein. and Mrs
Lou Kndy and her children Marilyn
and Mark, will l>o among the
honored guests
o
NATHAN KOSKN
Nathan Mark, son ot Mr and
Mrs, Richard Rosen, 5901 Leonar-
do, Coral Gables, will become liar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday, March 29.
Nathan is a student at Ponce de
I.eon Junior High School, where he
is in the eighth grade.
A reception will be held in honor
of the celebrant at the Doral Beach
Hotel. Among the honored guests
attending the celebration will bo
Nathan's grandparents. Mrs. Car-
rie Rosen of Miami Beach and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Morganstetn of
Pompano Beach.
o
Jt'LIK MIM.KK
Julie, the daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Arnold Miller, will be Bas
Mit. vali at Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael Friday evening, March 28,
when she will ivad a portion of
the Haftarah and chant a portion
..I the service conducted by Rabbi
Charles Rubel and Cantor Jack
L rner.
An honor student at Norland
Juni r High School, where she is
in the s.v. nth grade. Julie is also a
n mber ..t the Student Co incil.
In 1968 she was a winner of the
Am. ue,in I., gkw Awaid foi Cltl-
ship and h is won n any awards
m the B'nai Raphael R. ligious
School, w has be< n a stu-
dent five \. ,u s. and will be In the
graduating class of 1970.
The Oneg Shabbat folkwing the
s, rvices will be sponsored In Julii 'a
honor, and her parent! will host a
I'tion and dinner Saturday eve-
ning at Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael.
Among the honored gu. sis will
be Julie's grandparents. Mr. and
Mis. n. (Jinstein. Las Vegas. Nev.;
brother, Barry, and sister, Beth;
and Mrs. A Lewin of Hallan-
dale, hi r gn at-i n al aunt and
uncle; her great-aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Adler. Flushing.
' NY; Mr. and Mrs. \V. Sonne ol
iVarner Robbins, Ga., and Mr. and
Mrs. L. Gclwasser of Baltimore,
M.I.. her ai nts and uncles, andher
; ir, nt-^' long-time friends, Mr. and
Mis. Ivan Yankowitz, Long Island,
x V

IIARLEXE RABINOVICH
Mariene. the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Rablnovich, will
eive hi r Bas Mitzvah at Beth
.'niah I'<' :i' gation Friday eve-
March 28,
Following the services, friends
: n latives w ill attend an Oneg
Shabl w hich will be hi Id in Mar-
leni 's honor.
\ iti lent at the llaroi.1 Wolk
Ri ligious School, Mariene will con-
I studies il !'. ih To! ah.
ition Class of

MARK SHERMAN
; MlS
Shen in. will obsi i \i
it in lay mori i
it Bel ih Coi
A de si
High Sch
Harold Wolk
I ol di foi
vci .md will conlii ii
s stud
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March 10.
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il I IVE1 HEILIO
J I. y, si in oi Mr. and Mrs.
I-1 ancis Hi ill.:, w ill I* Bai M I
wdi al B. Mi Torah Coi.gn gallon
m S i laj March 29 Jffn
icr is a kindergurti n I
in the Rai ly Childhood Pi gi am at
!'.. th Torah
Jeffrej is a student at .l'.u-kw .
lunior High School, wh. re he is in
the seventh grade
Following the services there will
lx' a Kiddush in Jeffrey's honor,
and a reception will be held in the
Seville Hotel Saturday' evening.
Among the honor, d guests will
be Jeffrey's grandparents. Mrs.
Sophie Zimmctt and Mr. and Mis
Simon Heilig, who will come from
Maryland to help him celebrate,
IIAMKI. LBV1
Dank I Jonathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs Raphael Levi. 18091 NK 9th
Ct., North Miami Beach, will be
Bar Mitzvah at 9 a.m. Saturday.
March 29. at Shylake Synagogue.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate
and Daniel will participate In the
entire Sabbath service.
Danny is a seventh grade stu-
ck nt at John K. Kenm dy Junior
High School, where he plays sa\o-
"hone In the school orchestra and
hand.
Daniel will !>< honored at a buf-
fet supper at his home Saturda>
evening.
Out-of-tOWn guests will include
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph B. Seif. New York City; his
aunt Esther Hamerlan, ol Ji rusa-
i> in. I-' ii : and Mi and Mrs, Ed-
ward Sllberfarb, aunt and uncle ol
the c. 1. brant
A\I>KK\\ BLANK
Andrew Scott son ol Mr, and |
Mrs ,1. rry Blank, will become Bar
Mitzvah at T.nipie Emanu-EI on
Saturday, March 29.
Andrew a si v. nth grade honor
slud.nl at the Miami Country Da)
School i'H Boys, plays trumpet and
has I*-, i, on the school Student
< 'ouncil.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank and
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Weinstock,
grandparents of the e, I, brant will
lx among the honored guests at
the the < vent.
RALPH MICHAELS
Ralph, the sun of Mr. an I Mrs,
Mel Michaels, former residents ol
Miami row living in Studio City,
Calif., became Bar Mitzvah al
Temple [srai I of Hollywood, Calif.,
on Sal hi .':i>. K. b -':'.
Following the cerem ny a re-
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ii bi ant at Sportsmai s I.
Hot. I in Studio ('il
Ralph's grandmothi r, Mrs (; r-
irude I'm rgad t Miami Bi ai h
his great-aunts, Mrs Sarah Hoch-
man and Mrs Louis Foster ul
Miami, w. re anioil the honored
icsts at the i ie I. bi ation.
BABBW (Mil.Ill;
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Geller, 7610 l Im lin Aw. Mi
Bi ach, will I .i.. in
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Temple Emanu-E! Founder, Sisterhood
President, Mrs. Freda F. Newman, 81
Paqe 15-3
MM. ,kt*A MWMAN
Service* unv hold at Temple
Emaou-KI Wednesday for Mrs.
Freda F. Newman. 81, of 3800
Collins A\< .. Miami Beach, who
passed away early Monday. Mrs.
Newman wa a Sounder of Temple
Kmanu-KI and of its Sisterhood.
ml ha I served as liist president
f the Sisterhood from 1941-44.
A resident of Miami Beach for
le past .">."> years, she came here
rom Atlantic City, N .1. with her'
ite husband, Isidor. She constant-
served the community in civic
nd religious activities and was a
ie member of Temple Israel Sis-
ihiHxl. Il.idassah. Bikur C'holim
onvalesci nt Home. Mount Sinai
ospital Auxiliary and the Jewish
.ome for the Aged- For many
ars. she was a member of the
jard of Jewish Education and
tive in the United Synagogue. :
hieh in 1957 named her to re-
ive its Woman ol Valor pin in '
cognition of her services to that
ani/ation. Mrs. Newman was I
tive in behalf of the men of the
. mod forces in Miami Beach dur-
ilg World War II. and the Amer-
ican Red Cross gave her a special
citation for the numerous sewing
circles in our community which I
she organized and conducted dur-
mg that period.
When Rabbi Irving Lehrman, '
spiritual leader of Temple Kmanu- j
KI. called upon Mrs. Newman in '
1956 to organize the senior citizens
of the temple into a spi cial
shi put her spi cial talents to work
on th i the "Foi i -
Nincis" ol Xspiple Kmanu-KI ,.,,..
horn Sh si rved as its first
dent ai d it continued under her
guidance tor five yeass, btouoming
into one of the most successful
groups in the organizational fam-
ily of Ti mple Fmanu-EI.
Mrs. Newman is survived by her
three sons: Godfrey, an attorney,
and Edward, who owns Newman
Funeral Home and is past presi-
dent ol the Jewish Funeral Direc-
tors of America, both of Miami
Beach, and Arnold, a well-known
photographer whose studios are in
New York City; her brother, God-
frey Perell of Miami Beach; two
sisters, Mrs. Eva Rosenwald. Long
Beach, NY. and Mrs. Marian Ja-
cobson of Philadelphia. Pa., and
five grandchildren: Ira. Lynn. Eric.
David and Lisa.
Interment will be in New York
City; Shiva will be observed at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
T. Newman. 1888 Daytonia Rd..
Miami Beach, upon the family's
return.
Attorney Norman Goldstein (standing left) who is running foi
Mayor of N. Miami Beach, with his son David and (seated
left to right) daughter Sherri, Mrs. Goldstein and daughter
Sandy.
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MB pass' Came to Miami H.-..- I-. G year* u*
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TVmp|- Beth Jn.oh. Ja.oh i""..h."-.
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Moi day nl Klvi rldi Chapel
ui*h Interment in N Y
BONN iJTAi A delegation of
Israel's Knesset discussed with
Chancellor Kurt Qeorg Kiesinger
and Foreign Minister Will) Brandi
the issue of the statute of I
tions on prosecution <>i Nazi
den is and support for .-
for associate status in tin
pi ai '<'" n Market.
met ting with C\
had i
uled for 30 minutes, lasted for 90
minutes as the Knesset members
spelled out Israel's position on the
Mideast conflict. The delegation
has raised with many West (". -
man leaders the hope thai actii 'i
would Ih' taken to i stend the i '-
fective date of the statute of In -
'atimis which otherwise will I -
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Israel's Growth Lauded
By Commerce Department "^Jewish IFlOridllSLJfll
WASHINGTON JTA Th*
IS. Department ot Commerce
tais week said that Israel, now
more than ever, presents a desir-
able climate tor L'.S. business in-
l-rTstv. In the current issue of
"International Commerce." a pub-
lication of the Department's Hu-
rt au of International Commerce,
Cheat! r E. Norris. Jr., the Ameri-
can commercial attache in Tel
Aviv. PQMrted, "For lsr.'i'l. the
second half of 1967 (after the Six-
Day Wart and the first quarter
.: 1963 can justly be regarded ns
the turning ioint from self-
!rm sad rec ssion to economic Ita-
ly:
"Tiiis has been successfully
ieved," ho said, "by a strict
Dolicv of price restraint, the freez-
ing of wages, selective bank cred-
its and stepping up of national
saving."
AeeDrrttoiR to Mr. Norris. the
achievements in the general eco-
nomic field were reflected in the
grew III f the areas national prod-
uct, which has increased bjp ap-
proximately 14 |MTceiit over last
koar v.hile the cost of llvlnj; has
risen by only two percent.
To attain the ultimate goal of
"economic independence ami a fa-
vora' le I a lance of trade,'* Israel
is placing great emphasis on In-
creased industrial productivity by
the introduction of modern, so-
phisticated machin .. and equip-
ment.
The American attache noted
that Isia Is imports from the
United Stati reai hed glT76 rt II
lion In the Hist nine months of
this year and were expected to
amount to $350 million for the
year out of an extoected record im-
oit total of SI billion.
Miami. Florida Friday, Match 28, 1969
Sectior. C
Hussein Announces Arab Command
By Special Keport
LONDON
KiriL' Hess li
Jordan announced the formation of
a unifii d military command among
Iraq, Syria and Jordan to oppose
Israel on her eastern front Hus-
- In's ann tuncement, following the
ei.d of a round of negotiations cdth
Pn -.ei. -it Nasser of the United
Arab Repul lie
Speaking as Egyptian and Is-
raeli artillery again traded bar-
rages across the Sue/ Canal front.
Hussein confirmed thai Iraqi
loops had moved into Syria foi
the first time since the Six-Day
War of June. 10*57.
>t been rebuilt as have the Eg p-
rian, Iraqi and Syrian air ,i rns
which have received modern R -
M1G-21 jet fighter plant i
The Jordanian ruler, tnlkinc
I while renewed Israeli air attacks
jagainsl Arab guerrilla bases with- ItluCcI S<*(1<*F
:i his country were 11 ing carrl d
; ah. also rep rted that Iraqi air
force 'ins are now providing cov-
i for the Iraqi units comprisl
'..000 men stationed in Jordan.
Jordan's own air force, virtual!;.
'.stio d in the 1967 fighting, lias
TV mole Judi a of Coral Gal i
ild its innual < 'ongregat lo al
i so\ i s< di i ri-e si cond nig I
iss : \;..- ::. ;it 6 30
m. Thi Si 'l> i will be cond d
rris A Kiprx I
Rita Shon .


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Fridav "ach 38, 193
Isaac Habit At
S'pliarrfic Helm
Th
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toy.
be-


pro ..... ". ca-
I- Hmni Mr H
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gtai -
the 33rd
Dnrj
ii k.
- ia-
Havana and come to'
e agent.
hf i eada his own insure]
y here.
rg /.<> ns with *
': S
Anti-D :
-
Cantor Hinkes In Program
- Beth
was to :. Etliar meeting
I 8 pjn Thuisiiay at the Ter-
mour Hinkes was to
prop .. n at the
cMieatless
yet so
'Kjreftige
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
NEW THICK
HOME STYLE
SAUCE FROM
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Your family will love itso thick
it sticks to the spaghetti, never
sinks to a pool on your plate.
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Mushroom, Marinara. Keep ail
three on hand for tempting
variety.
HAVE SOME SOON!
don't grate!
MIX A BATCH OF
POTATO PANCAKES
Kosher For Passover
ISAAC HABtf
Southern Bell Promotes Ware
D '' I
. ral tral to the
position :al traf::
been announced by
Sht Key. vie pi
t for Soul
Corr;.:- Sc Fl rida are*. .''.
-. thus b : ..risi-
ble for th rail
- ration of all I
only South Fiorina
area, will continue to make his
headq-a.-t. n in Mi
I -M Professor
On Program For
Hunter ihims
Dr Mi -, R Ros
'
I from 1927
subject "]
H
<".'. Alumni
i Soul i Chap-
Sal
: '!' Painti
Rest i "
II iring hci i u the
D :: ibor-
hooks for
by ha\ in .-
lent! In downtown
Mian I ir them.
ts in-
having >
- Lati r, Dr.
the Modern Lang iag< r> pai
arra: of
foreis .-; r-
I. ssiai : S| ..-..
Dr. Roaborough, who recentlj re-
I from her faculty post, is the
author of many arti
ENJOY THIS PASSOVER
WITH THE FINEST
ENJOY THIS PASSOVER
uoilno
kosbeR.
FRANKFURTERS
dsJlicioiUi ,
ITES PURE BEEF
Ki*ruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Z>on Rosenthal
and : a ; steady Mashgicnim
futnikf rmfi -rtn
^A/IL.NO KOSHER cm7c,Too. u'inoh' mo?
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF BOLOGNA
MIAMI BRANCH:
7025 N. W. 37th AVENUE Phone 836-2992
Yes, it's Kosher
at the SEDER
TO TURN YOUR CUP INTO A PERCOLATOR
WITH MAXIM1 FREEZE-DRIED COFFEE
KOSHER
FOR
a
i
PASSOVER
1\
MAXIM IS A
REVOLUTIONARY
KIND OF COFFEE!
Perfectly percolated coffee is
quick frozen. Then the ice is
removed under a vacuum, leaving
concentrated crystals of real
perked coffeefreeze dried coffee!
PUT MAXIM
ON YOUR
PASSOVER
SHOPPING LIST
IT TURNS YOUR
CUP INTO A
PERCOLATOR
Maxim's golden brown
crystals burst into deliciously
fresh coffee, the moment
you add hot wateran
explosion of taste and aroma.
ji
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Friday. March 28. 1969
* JenUfi fhrHinr
New Officers
For JWV Post
And Auxiliary
.1 *> C'!i.vi was elected com-
indei -' 'lif Iftaleah-Miaml Spr-
i u i War V.'t, i i,.-.! eg]
at -i roei i meeting hold al Ti
Tifoi .iii
with Mr. Gibian wtp:
1 ommn rti i Mrs Sil\ ia
l ian r:i. t \ in eommamli r.
kel; 1 toe for Ihn v
i Alvil;:i: IrtlStOO for
two William Sydi man: n us-
toe foi ... ai Han ) F* ek.
The i.....a u..: officers were ap-
l inteil by newlj eli cted Com-
n inder Gibian: JuHge advocate,
Ted Lingaton; chaplain. Jack Man-
lull: officer of the day. David
Goldberg; Americanism officer.
Stanley Bine; insurance officer.
Jules Briklod; |>hysician. Dr. Louis
Salhanick; ciuaitertnnst. r. Leon
Silverman, and adjutant. Mr. Wil-
liam Sydcmfui.
A joint installation of officers of
Post 68] and the Ladies Auxiliary
will take place at Temple Tifeivtli
Jacob or, Saturday. Apr 5 at 8 p.m.
State officers will conduct the
installation and Rabbi Maurice
Klein will deliver the invocation
ami benediction.
Auxiliary officers to be installed
include I.il Newman, president;
Anna Meddlers and Kae h'hrlich.
vice presidents; Kva Winder, treas-
urer; Mai Molni. chaplain; Irma
Miller, patriotic Instructress;
Kve .ii Young, historian; Fa)
Hodges, conductress; Lillian Kinsl-
tei. guard; Sydell Levltch", Kay
Lingaton and Gerl Beck, trustees.
Mrs Kay Lingaton "ill i' mis-
tress "i .i remonies
Musicale by Cantor Hinkes
The Sisterhood "I Temple Hi lli
T..\ was Jo Imld a regular meeting
on Thursday evening. A musical
' program bj the Temple's Cantor
Seymour Minks will lie featured,
ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
YEAR ROUND
1?6 K.nis of MM
Fjmous (Btt! Stick)
NICKIRT FIRMS
A^f'.o'i teodinj 0it i'o-fi
i 7 15 Sunul D.i
South Miami
666-5U
filler L Iky, Jr. ewier
Win from Maxwell House Coffee a
Trip for 2 to Israel. You'll fly PAN
AMERICAN Jet Clipper from New
York, to London, Paris or Rome.
Then on to Israel via connecting
Jet. Stop over privileges in many
European cities. You'll live in Luxury
one week lor 2 at the Hotel Inter-
Continental Jerusalem. You'll drive
a Herti Car Free.
Here is all you have to do to win:
1. Use entry blank or write your
name and address clearly on a
plain piece of paper 3" x S".
2. Enclose your entry with any of
the following: The picture of
the cup snipped from the plastic
lid on any can of Maxwell House
Coffee. Or just snip from the
plain blue plastic lid on Elpctra
Perk. Or the inner seal from any
jar of tastant Maxwell House. Or
just the words MAXWELL HOUSE
printed in plain block letters on
a plain piece of paper 3" x $".
3. Mail to:
MAXWELL HOUSE CCFFEE
P.O. Box 448b
Grand Central Station
New York, N.Y. 10017
4. All entries must be postmarked
not later than midnigh;, March
28, 1949 and received not later
than April 4, 1969.
5. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
Page 3-
; w/v "
iYSTAL
KOSHEJ?
SALT
Among those who attended the recent
scholarship luncheon of the Mizrachi Wo-
men's Oiganization were (seated from left>:
Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of the Florida
Council; Mrs. David Golovensky. guatl
spaaker; Mrs. Hymnn Kolko. luncheon
chairman; and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, hostess;
Standing are (from left): Mrs. M. Gilman, Mrs.
B. Hertzfeld, Mrs. David Rubin and Mrs.
Richard Rubin.
From our house to your house
11...
have a delicious Manischewitz Passover.
When some people think of Manischewitz. they only
think of matzo and wine. But Manischewitz thinks of
everything! Like gefilte fish, macaroons, soups and
preserves, potato pancake and cake mixes and yes.
even coffee especially prepared for your Passover
Festival.
Would you believe over 100 different gourmet treats
for Passover? Only from Manischewitz woild's larg-
est producer of traditional Passover foods since 1888!
Passover and Manischewitz? They're inseparable1
Manischewitz
The, B. Manischewitz Co., Newark, New Jersey 07102 Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision Certificate on request
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* **/<#> flcrkii&r
Friday, March 29-. 1969
V
m BOOK REVIEW ^^/Pj>
hj^jna by madqv roHvnhaum inzrzii
<'llll.DKKVS HOOKS
I M Now World Over Story Book.
Sdited by Ezekiel Schloss and
Morris Epstein. Bloch Publish-
ing Co. 196a 261 pages, S4.95.
Mora World Over Stories. Edited
iy K/ikii I SchkWS and Morris
Epstein. HIiH'h Publishing Co.
196a 290 pages, $4.95.
A well-illustrated anthologj foi
a ish youth selected from si
s published in the World Over
igazine, this two-volume set
ts published simultaneously.
The first volume contains IS
iries, written ami illustrated by
ell-known authors and artists,
.own ami beloved in the field of
, iMren's literature. The stories
i' divided into three categories,
th selections about the Jewish
- ate, Eastern Europe, ami the
] ble.
The tales are charming ami
Jewish life and lore is delightful-
presented. They are part of our
." wish heritage, full of laughter
p id tears, to be reread and retold
r many generations. The 14
tories on Israel portray vividly a
, lild's life in the new land, as
- en and told by them. They pic-
ire life in a kibbutz and in the
, ties, and involve the children in
the same type of problems ami
> tuations that children all over
in understand and relate to. So
lich conversation is used in the
ories that it is aimost like
-tening to children talk. Slow-
id reluctant readers will like
ie brevity of these talcs
Kastern European life, which
i longer exists except in the
emory of our elders and in lit-
ature. is meaningfully present-
i by such authors as I. L. Peretz,
. haim Nachman I'.ialik. Sholem
..leichem and Solomon Simon.
[orris Epstein's translations ami
Bea Stadtler's adaptations are up
i their excellent standard. The
- i stories that make up this part
: the book are. Indeed, bright
ttle gems of Jewish literature.
Fourteen stories with Biblical
ackground are included in the
tiird part of the txnik. Such
: uthors as Frieda Clark Hyman.
[enaheim stem. Azriel ; -
erg. Robert Garvey, and others
*e a vivid verbal brush to pic-
i xdting Bible legends and
I cquaint children with beloved
: >'S.
"More World Over Stories
i volum : '
ies and
parts \- in I the
u 3
D" shorl narrativ.
led in tl Drat |
I 2\ stories make up
rt of the book. This
-.olura ater variety
: tubji :s than tlv first
ng 11 aders m ill find a
ealthy of hai
itoms

thes books

hool li' rai lee no!
nly reading but for
: rmation a ell
Bloch Publishing Co. used the
successful combination of numer-
h Mack and white illustrations
mi ascy-to-read. extra-large
print in preparing the format for
m books. Delightful sketches
> such noted artists as Ezekiel
Schloss. Lazlo Matulay. I'ri Shu-
cv it/. Gabe Josephson and others
re Hbenlly scattered through-
ut the books. The colorful jack-
et! are an attractive lure to the
browser.
Dr. Kpstein and Mr. Schloss
should be highly commended for
their outstanding achievement in
selecting the stories that are in-
cluded in these two volumes. It
must havr been a formidable task
to choose from the many stories
That appeared in the popular
World Over magazine during the
past 25 years. The first World
Over story Bosk was published
!."> yean ago and these two new
volumes are indeed worthy suc-
cessors to it.
*
The Mukhtnr-s Children, by Sally
WatSOB. Holt. Rinehart and
Winston. 196s 245 pages, SI 9 I
This unusual l>ook written by
Sally Watson for juvenile read-
ers is being read by almost as
many adults < at least in our li-
brary as youth, It is an exciting
tale ol the Six-Day War and the
never solved Arab-Israel ques-
tion. Th.' book fulfills all the re-
quirements ol a "best seller"
exciting pi >t. animated and cred-
ible characters, a wealth of
excellently detailed background
of the country and its people, and
a sociological problem.
Even though the publishers
suggest that the book be included
in the 10 14 age group. I be-
li. \e that a more mature reader
would find it more to his liking.
sii.ee some of the plots are rather
complicated. Young readers may ,
not fully understand the sjgnifi- '
cance of the many social changes,
upheavals and unrest in Israel
The glossary ol Arabic words is
helpful. Recommended especially
for book reports.
i
The Seventh Candle and Other
Folk Tales of Eastern Europe)
b, David Elnhorn, Translated
bj Gertrude Pashin and illus-
trated by Ezekiel Schloss. Ktav
Publishing Co. 196& in pages,
13.95.
These entrancing little stories
were originally written in Yid-
dish, and happily they lost none
of their charm in translation.
Young ami older readers will
cherish them as part of their
Jewish heritagi and will find
pleasure in then simplicity and
beauty of thought. They are not
in any sense sermonettes and yet
every little story has a moral by
t< aching a lesson of love, honor.
compassion, love of God and
knowledge. It is a book filled
with fantasy and humor and alle-
gory. The bad are punished and
the good are rewarded. But In
spite of this approach the stories
are far from cut-and-dry. and are
delightfully readable. An excel-
lent choice for a read-aloud boo
on the- Sabbath. A gnat Rift :
Grandpa or Grandma.
------------------------ -- ...,
l\EIl}EIi]BER T)0W GOOD
B^DUSEDTOT^STE?


August
^Bros.
still does!

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And maybe, even a little bettor'
Always fresh .. 23 varieties of
hearth baked bread and rolls
plunip pumpernickels and crusty
Italian breads ... rolls
ted "inns of
poppy seeds rys.,.
elegant dinner ro ..-..::, salt
. Ml packed in flavor s n j
plastic bags.
AVAILABLE AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE
Your matzo
never had it
JU
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese. California
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese.
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Cream, Sweet 5riip' ^
Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabsj Jacob u...
Spcinj VbMmy, N.T.


Friday. March 28. 1969
+Jn*M Ikri Htr
1969-70 Slate
Installed By
Anshe Ernes
Jnff'r Louis Handel wa install-
r|rj officer whrn Con AUhe Fines Inducted the g-na-
i jic and Sisterhood officers for
'' new season recently. Irvine
Sfef-'lmr, assisted by Max Roth-
-inri s. rved as matter of cere-
mMtes, with Paul Deutsch and
"iHian, skyler offering the enter-
tainment.
Headed hy Emanurl Rush' le-
Wltz, president. synagogue rfflcra
!or 1969-70 ineh.de Max Rothheind
nd George Rarron. vice p,. si-
cents; Max Suasman, recording
secretary; Sam Eaterman, finan-
ial secretary; Joseph Picus, treas-
rer; Joseph Abramson. Irving
Sacks and Max Baron, trustee i.
Sisterhood president is Bettv
Ftothbelnd; vu-e presidents are
Mary W< iser ard Ann Yusko. Ann
Mills. Bettv Came lot and Ann
Page S-C
B'nai B'rith Lodge Officers Installed
IMANUtl KUSHHtWHI
Ahranison will serve as secretaries
and l.illie Sommar as treasurer.
At the installation banquet of
Miami Beach Lodge 1591. B'nai
"nth. held this week in the Seville
Hotel. Lawrence H. Shuman was
installed as president for 1969-70.
Mr. Shuman. who came to Miami
from Baltimore, where he had been
active in numerous organizations.
succeeds Malcolm H. Fromberg in
the |ost.
Installing officer was George J.
I'alianotf. a past president of the
Lodge; another past president,
Samuel Pascoe, who is president of
the B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida Lodge's, was master of
1 ceremonies. The presentation of a
plaque to the outgoing president in
recognition of his s rviccs to the-
Lexige during the past year was
made by living Schatzman, hono-
rary life pn sidenl of the Lodge.
Among tlv other officers c lected
by the Lodge are Milton Kahn.
'resident-elect; Joseph Bernstein.
Joseph nr Cohen. J. Lyon Eisen-
staeh and Nat Friedman, vice pre*,
iderrts; Jack August, Leo Rutst. in
and living SehenkeTr-immrarv
vice presidents; Jack Kahn. re-
cording si cretarj ; Samui I Weini r,
financial secretary; Philip Cantor,
corresponding secretary; Irving
Sohatzman, treasurer; Malcolm h.
Fromberg, monitor; Martin Gelb,
assistant monitor; Irving Sen. nk-
er, guardian; Benjamin Levine, as-
sistant guardian; Adolph Lang,
warden; A. s. KopaJd, assistant
warden; Dr. Abraham Wolfs, m,
historian and newscaster.
Trustees are William Agranove,
Ma or Jay Dermer, Mai England-
er, Jack M. Kink. Abraham Grun-
I: .1. Jacob Kahn. Ze v Keigan. Paul
Sid, i man. Irving Schatzman,
Gerald Schwartz, Bernard Silver,
Edward J. Me Iniker, Burnett Roth,
and Samuel Pascoe.
One of the- highlights of the eve-
was the Lodge's pre s. nta
I a gave I to Paul s. kk .man.
becomes presiderrt ol Disl
Grand Lodge No. 5, B'ai U
(in June. Die Lodge was repree
',: I.' '!: ">' ian ::. who n
lhe"pn tati.. .
Temple Students
In Model Seder
1 h< chi'dren of Tem< I"
Tamid Religious School wi'l
ticipate in a mode I s d r in hi
of the' forthcoming Passove r .
day Sunday morning.
A Passover cantata pn par
Rabbi Euge n< Labovitz and En
uel Feder, educational direi
will be givi n by the children in
Sklar Auditorium of the- Ter
at 10 a.m.
S mbols, customs and een
nies e>f the- holiday will Ik- exp
d by the rabbi and Cantor Edv
Edward Klein will lead the ti.
tional songs.
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*Jt?t t *# fhrk&ari
Fridav. March 13, 196
Film On Israel
To I>c Shown \t
Seaeoast Towers
s
1 '
1969 CombitK d Jev
Israc ll- i i
when the film "Never Again To
. ci" was to I 1 ;ii
8-30 hursda
Towers VV< 11 Auditor!
Cutler, i ol the
asl row. rs W si CJA-IKF
ha\ e i:i\ iti <1 all n si-
ts ol S aeoasi Towers West to
participate in this \ i ning and to
view the film which depicts the
1967 S \ I v. ii as wi ll as
tlii e irn nl sit ual ioi w il bin [si a< I.
Bond Transfer To
IV Headed l\ Son
(M Firm's Founder
' i
i
Ri
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ersity. wl !..A
Needy families and children will be able to enjoy the facili-
ties of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami thromh a check pre-
sented by the Y Women to the aqency's Scholar-hip Fund.
Shewn (from left), Mis. Stanley Dansky, treasurer; Mrs.
Thelma Albeit president and Mrs. Sidney Paste:.;
: first vice-p:esident.
Book Of Passover Recipes
fa
ICO Club Appoints Brooks
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Alan Saxe, Alfred Union Receive Honor Scrolls
Al;,. s,. ol ttw YM-YWHA. mission meetl
Alfred Union ol the Hebrew scrolls are awarded
were amonsseven Dad. -'": Persons hve>d
... rharai t< r > ^>- rj hum ity, I.. .
- wl'" wUI "" erahlp. fain ss and steadfast
r,,\ commendation acrolls from jntheir activities. or"TWa .,,. .
the Dadc Count Youth Advisory mitmenl toother admira I q
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Friday, March
* tm>ldh fkwktiar
Page 7-C
Amor.g those who took part in ths recent Youth Aliyah
Luncheon of the Louis D. Biandeis Group of Hadas^ah are
(Standing, from left): Mrs. Samuel Wolfe, chairman; and
Mrs. Bernard Lipson. program chairman; (Seated from
left): Mrs. Ben Lippy, general chairman; Mrs. Sam Ruban.
president; and Mis. Sam Lichtenstein, chairman.
Post. Auxiliary Install Leaders
Ji v, i>- \\',ii v. ii rans ol thi
1 -' Wi il Miami I
\ iai .. inl install i-
i ,
l> a >| I tcr served as
! -' i eted were
indcr; D
i | .. | in
n Shta
q
i i ir; Ab Isga i i Ivo-
> Ihur 1 Kosi n I
i. mil A tees
. u!ii( i include Klca-
president; Ruth Bur-
i Jeai n< S| ii gel, \ Ice pi s
i '- nne Roum, n cording si c-
retary; Dorothj Noretsky, corre-
spomlin jecrel irj S n ah Londoi
i Gloria S eman, patri-
instructoi Florence < Iross
mai rd; i:>t.!: !:. Stein his-
m; Shirley Achtman, Gla lys
and Lee Rubin, trust
Head Of Burdine's
Joins Hunk Board
i r Martin Ft.
i. uf 1 liinlim 's. to i
col rd c > f
has bei h
J. Franco. I
i i ri
\ lireetor ol tl Mia i Red
md unit i
I 'njti il Fund, he is on the boai d
lircctors of the Economic Society
: South Florida.
Mr. Clark, w ho joined Burdini
in 1957 ;is gi neral merchandising
manager of Ready-to-Wcar, be-
imi com|>anv president in 19
1 le anil ins u Ife, li"\ i i Ij Ji un, re-
ii Coral I iabli s
True Sfsfers Set
Cancer Tea Days
A two-da;, i forl in the battle
;i be laimchi tl
>1 the Unil Order cf T
ls Mian i l.'J in North Miami
Friili Saturtla
Mrs. H iident
, mbci s
dm : to sri
ippoit ol Varii I; <
' I ii I *lii ii
Tl oi ni i ation om ol thi
.....ips in
SI III L;\x il
Ii rl in I! '
': leers in
i Thurs
FV ii v> ais .... ihoj lonated a
i'ii
to Va-
iiel Child Flospita
Agudath Israel Sedorim
Rabbi Fsaac Hush Ever, spir-
itual Ii adi r ol the Agudath Israel
Ii' br< u Institute, will conduel the
traditional Seder services at the
congregation, l> ginnin at 7:15
' in. un April _' and '..
Insurance Exec Wins Award
Donald Kaplan, president ol t In -
Ii i Insurance Agency of Mi-
ami, was awarded the 1968 "Man
in Space" trophj bj Travelers In-
surance Company for being the
10th largi sl h i iti r of life insur-
i in a world comnetil ion w hich
involved 50.00
Now...
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RIB VEAL CHOPS
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Menorah Model Seder e's social hail at n a Sui
i iii ,i
Mi in.iah Relij l : and to. I ai I Lh Ki I sk
1 studerTM will participate ii i di Ihoi
nod l S. der t.> !* held in the I------- ol Pi nsovi r
abi gezunt with the
tastiest
prunes for Passover
READY TO EAT
PITTED
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8ithe pitted prune
What s Passover without prunes? And that's
more delicious than Sunsweet Pitted Prunes9
Taste that real fresh-fruit flavor Tender and
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pass over Sun .-. in the dried fruit section t^ >. :*
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We wish you and your family a happy Passover.
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+ lewis* fhvlfUnr
Friday. March 23. 1969 I
Alfred Golden
New President
01 BE Hillel
Tii' IfilVI Advisorv Board of
the B'nai P'rith Hillel Foundation
si the University of Miami has
< -itd Alfred Golden to serve as
it- resident. Mr. Golden serves as
president of Temple Menorah's
Mi i'l Club, slat-1 chairman tor
HI I and rational rommltteem u
o" the Anti-D< famatlon League.
lectrd with Mr. Golden were:
1 rv Potlock. nresi S briber, Donna Feldman. Joo
>. ndres and Noah Sm ler, vice
pi sidents; Helen Kurland, corre-
i iding secretary; Elise (' Fae-
t recording secret an1: Adele
1 dman, treasurer; Rabbi Sim-
t Kobiinetz. chaplain.
bert Kahn, Jules Slanskv, Sim
1 oc, Eli Hurwitz, Charles K -
s Mark Faehs and Jack
I -.hbaiini were fleeted to the
i -r, s' exi cutive board.
le Hilli 1 Foundation at the
V- ersity of Miami senvs over
0 Students of the Jewish faith.
It irovides a cultural, social and
i-. _ious program. Rabbi Kobri-
. serves as dint-tor as well as
i ilain of the Hillel Foundation.
1 ffcssfc
L ^ m

nS |L
Arnold F. Seltzer has be?n
appointed to the post cf Ad
ministrotive assistant to Ronald
A. Lipton. now serving as pres-
lent, Dade Federal Savings and
.oan Association of Miami.
Coral Gables Optimist Club
Seeks Young Boy Orator
The Coral Gables Optimist Club
annual rovs oratory conti st was
to be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursda In
the City Commission Chambi rs of
the Coral Gables City Hall, ae-
loniing to Barry LcibowiU. piesi-
dent
Mrs. Gladstone
Is Elected By
Seacoast Women
Mrs. Nathan Gladstone has been
elected the 1969 president of the
Seacoast Towers East Woman's
Club.
Other officers for the year are
Mrs. Roth Bcrger, executive vice
president; Mrs. Lewis Sehwart'.
tirst vi 'e pi i sident and chairman
oi membership; Mrs. Fred Glad-
stone second vice president and
cha;iman of special events; Mrs.
Rose Kananack, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Nathan Aaronson, cor-
ri s; ndlng secretary; Mrs. Ivy
\i win is', financial secretary, and
Mrs. Fann Honisr. treasurer.
North Broward Federation
Martin Fridovich. chairman of
the Initial Gifts Dinner sponsored
by the Jewish Fedi ration of North
' Broward hold in Ft. Lauderdale
recently, has announced that total
contributions received thai eve-
ning amounted to S50.700. an in-
crease of some $12,090 over the
total fvnds raised in 196S.
President of the North Broward
Federation is Ludwik Brodzki.
Sam Korin served as cochairman
,>f the affair.
Enjoy also the new thinner, crispier reg-
ular Passover Matzos, in 5 lb. packs;
and Goodman's Round Tea Matzos.
Strictly Kosher for Pa*sover. Baked under the supervision
of Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and Rabbi Alter Silvennan.
ORT Federation Names Leaders
Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz is the
nw prc-sident of the Greater
, Miami Men's Chapter of the Amer-
ican ORT F< deration. Installation
was held at a reo nt luncheon of
the group with Judge Henry Bala-
ban in charge of the ceremony.
Officers who will serve with Dr.
Rosenkranz include "lay" Karp,
Max Polikoff, Jack Margulis and
Herman Howard, vice presidents;
Morris Teller, recording and finan-
treasurer, and Abe Kutash, chap-
lain.
Set \ in.' as members of the board
if directors are: Julius IsMShfg,
Sardi r Graubard. Joseph Ki.luvi.
Heibert Phillips. Daniel Neal He
ler. Ben ard I.ifton. Paul M. Tay-
lor. Barnitt Moskin. Skint y Ray-
mond. Hairy A. Rosenblatt. Su-
m.nl Zinncr, G orge Lin i< p. an:
..lax Sacks,
Jack Margulis and Max P
wet i in cl at ge of th itio
lum h on at the Morton ".
r B'.auiant. Entertainment v a
program of songs bv Mrs. Ma:
1 Balaban, aecom; anied b; "D
I >uckman.
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Friday. March 28. 1969
+Jcwist> Hcridftari
Page 9-C
New Art Exhibit I
s Featured At Cedars Hospital
Peter Cheng; Henry Yu. C. K.
lsuntt and French artists Preaux
ami FJavino have been installed.
Americans included in the new ex-
hibit are Mortimer Hays. Harry
Hult and Mrs. Gwenn Gamse. Mi-
Representative oil pointings by ami exnressionljit artist who has
A new group of American and
Oriental art works has been in-
Stalled in the public galleries at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Mrs.
Eugene L. Komrad. arts chairman,
has -announc-d.
won a numb r of priz's in the
Florida area. Hays' work was ex-
hibited at the Hammer Galleries
in New York before his death a
few years ago, and Hult, a cubist,
has exhibited in France and I!!-
gium.
The Cedars- continuous show. Workmen's Circle Slates
are under the sponsorship of the ,
Women's Auxiliary. Kxhibits are School S Third Seder7
completely changed four times a, Tn<' annual Passover Third Se-
ver, and are open to the public *" f 2*1 L U Pl'X/ Workni"'
,-,.,. Circle Schools will i>e celebrated
after 1 p.m. daily. All paintings. 81 p,m. Satur(lav, Apnl 5i ln,hl.
except those In the hospital's per- Algiers Hotel. 2555 Coiins Ave.,
manent collection, are for sale. Miami Beach.

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t'Jfnist ffrria/iaur

Tuesday Opening
For Controversial
Playhouse Drama
rsial play
11 lass i tool h." i<
- -i ii;'. d to ij. March
2' I I O mut Groi Play-
be si i ing i hi
Robert S w
; ;.i ml.
I ulv ..
y's I home
: i clebratcd ar
vox:' > ais ago,
told
Ji v ish ii Ii si i fallsl and
i Ii i' v. ho is spii Ited
: i o stand trial as
In a
"... : ation
i
l rv produc-
- is n number ol mo-
ii. ii pietiiivsi .i Ii eomp nj ol
\ v '. rise I
17 ..'-,;
v. ich w ill pin for two wei ks,
I 6.
Zvi Caspi (right) Ccnsul of Israel, accepts
ambulan'e from Carl Grossberg, vice presi-
dent of Riverside Memorial Chapel. The
ambulance was donated by the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue on Miami
Beach.
Hospital Chapter Luncheon Meeting
Th i Miami Chapter ol noon in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs
The program i.il! feature a dis-
. ussion on two i >adc Count) 11 si-
, dents \\lid aii i, ii'.: sei < i" the
ill Hospital "i Brown Hills. Hannah Levous, president, will
v.i. has scheduled Us monthly induct the meeting ami the Hospital for open heart surgery at
lunohei tins for Tuesda> luncheon will le followed by cards. :.....'"' to them
Friday, March 28, 1969
Gift Ambulance To
Be Sent To Israel
A fully-eq I ambulance, eai -
i .:..-* f (hi I Ikur Chollm !:
i ii.il in .' will b ilpp*
horn New York, thanks !> IHe
_,..,-:', ol thr .' .. 11 I bhei
Communitv Syna oi ic i
turn and lh.il >! ih<" staffs <>f the
Riverside Mi rnoi ial < "hapi s. Mi
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New Yolk's

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had the ami
[srai whiti
drivci ioN As Zvi i Isra
a< o ;'ti 'I i n lance I ys I
Mr. Gros
i his
days nl siekn ss ami a
We are hn| t< ki w< I
Mai t to si
us Hvi ."nl to 'i
JACK KLUGMAN
Beth Torah Plans Auction
To Aid Scholarship Fund
I'lir Beth Torah Congregation
's Club i- s| nsoring an auc-
fro 8 to 11 p.m. on Satur-
I 1 to r> p.m. Sunday in the
n ol the Washington
ral, 699 Xi: 167th St., North
: i Beach.
\ ii n in Abe Schorr, club
\ > |n esident, monies i aisi ii arc
narked foi the Youth Scholar*
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Super-Soa5>?
Mild-mannered Mrs A:"er .
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Friday, March 28. 1969
* Jen HI fkwkUaw
Pcge 11-C
n
Performances Of Manger's 'HegiSSa' Scheduled For April
Israi li folk poet It, ik
I away in Tel .\\ u
riuctfon mi The
' I H I It fOI
"~i"i<*^Ii--.!i T hi al i b) v\\ i!,-: in u
Hi to w hat u.i know u for ovpi 60
>i .ii a> 11 aditi ii al Yiddish The-
atre.
1 In etor Shn in I Bunim, who
adapti into n conl in i pn scnti d
Insl a Ii.; : nl ski I
> ry, u hich is nonchalantly
. hangi '1 in full view ol the audi-
nci The cast, who plaj multiple
sw Itch from one pai i to the
Oth< I .: \ \. I .
fatal
show it itself, hat
Imci lit on Bioadw i>
Isra I. 1 critics re-
air it in ry ol a liter-
ciry ii. I
(in s found il in i" .i i'
ion done bj Joi
I '.Il i ill s ...-.'.
nol understand Yiddish to follow
the action.
"The Mi cilia ol [t/.ik Mangi i
w ill iir at Ihi ach Audi-
. c |K'rforma no s o
I i i. reni ". n
.
lil/.
JWV Auxiliary Awards
S|n i .1 service aw ards .
!-'
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Sa t unln 11 I I .i i
ml ry Club Knterl w ill
Sid S ilsl 5 SI
chid in ill tin
I lian Lux and Pescch Burs' ira
"1!.- M oi Iizik Manuel." "... ::o:n
I play at the Miami Beach Audi I i
:.. rformances only beginning Friday, April 4.
Treat the kids to
Kosher Toasted
Coconut Marshmallows
You couldn't
be stricter.
now x'3
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Unde- rabbinical supervision of
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There are times loneliness overwhelms us living here among the
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But that's just one of our advantages. The other is we're the only
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Friday. March 28, 199
Cl not 5 K^^ookinci
By RUTH SIHKIS
10
the
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an
FRESH CARP FISH (Traditional)
S |l>. froh CUp, sliced into 5 parsley strings
en inj; portions
.< large oniiui. sliced
2 carrots, sliced
".' < r\ stalks
2 teaspoons salt
', teaspoon pepper
l tablespoon near
'1 raps water
In a large ami shallow pot cook Uu
sortings in the water Oovi r uid lei b ill for 10 minul \ I I the
ing them oh ) .' Cover, reduce heat
. !> : >i 60 min iti Tl its th ild I

i w ii ing R iove fish careful:. St
and l; -
: COld ivitl
-
-' egga
l cup hot water
.' taUeapoona chopped onion,
fried
KNEDLE4 II
l tablespoon chicken (at or
uargai Ins
1 teaspoon sail
Da%h of pepper
1 ; clips mat -oh meal
I < fal and s ming
a fork. Add the m tzoh
\ well Set aside for 10 min iti
While salted water is coming to a boil in
knedlech. making small bout '_ to l inc
Ih your hands. Drop into boiling water and
20 minutes Di tin Serve in the soup.
POT ROAST
1 lb. pot roast beef 2 teaspoons salt
2 medium unions teaspoon pep|>ep
: 'Trots I. up warm water
8 eama garlic I taMespooas oil
In a large Dutch oven, heat the oil and brown the meat all
Acl'1 the vegetables and sprinkle with seas minus. Add
water and cover tightly. Cook in a 3(T degn oven til! the meat
is tender 'chocking occasionally, and adding more water if
necessary).
FRFIT PIE
1 '4 onp mat/oh meal
1 egg
't tablespoons saajat
1 1 cup margarine
"Kosher Le Piitswh"
I'ash of salt
2 I Hi. cans peae'les
1 3 or. pkg. gelatine, peach
flavor
Cut the margarine into the- n-.atzoh meal with .1 pastry
blender until pieces are the size of small peas. Add sugar and
salt. Add the beaten egg and mix with fork to blend Then
form into a ball with your hands.
In a greased pie pan, flatten Hie bail and build sides and
edge. Prick the bottom and (idea with a fork. Bake in a hot
oven (400 F.i 12-15 minutes or until golden brown. Cool.
Drain the fruit, reserving '2 cup of liquid. Dissolve gelatine
in one cup of hot water and add the half-cup of syrup. Allow-
to COOl until slightly thickened. Arrange the fruit nicely in the
cool pie crust. Pour gelatine on to;,. Garnish with cherries if
desired.
Passover Songs On TV Program
as narrator for the program.
Members of the Temple J 1
The final broadcast of the "1 iv- Introduction by Rabbi Morris Kep- h)nis Ji>romo Ci)h<,n ,
ing Hebrew" series sponsored by ?er of Temple Judea.^nd Passovw,g^ ..,.,,,. Kl 1US y_
the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation son :s lv .he chorus of Temple Ju- JjJp] Fletcher. Aadrew
at 7 p.m. Thursdav was to feature .lea's H. hr. a I 'epartm. nt. under
Songs Slid Chants of Passover." the .l.recUon of M. s.He.-sch Bar- n,i,,;\|,,,, K,|hjni. Fl,,IKim, g
in oHsrivanee of the Festival of 'ran. I he script was written bv
, Louis Schwartsmasi, executive di- "^ a''' Bonnie Sparaga. Aecom-
rctor of the Bureau, who will act ;.->nist i>- Pattl I.insky.
Freedom.
The pio"ram was to include BT1
fomi' j~ aatovrr dLHttncr
Passover is the holiday of Freedom. The seder reminds us
every year that we were Pharaoh's slaves and that God brought
us out from Egypt. On this evening. Jews all over the world
express their ancient yearning to become free and independent.
When the family and guests sit around the table, the special
Passover atmosphere is unmistakable. It is created by the
thoroughly cleaned house and fresh smells of Spring. While
reading the Hagadah and discussing its meaning and actuality
all feel a bond between them and the Jewish nation.
All the details of the seder ceremony are fixed by law and
custom. Each has its meaning and reason. The festive meal which
follows the second goblet is also composed of traditional dishes,
improved and perfected over the generations. They are so de-
licious that we anticipate their taste while reading the Hagadah.
When the food is finally servedit justifies the waiting!
Our menu is the same that our mothers used to serve. We
start with an egg-and-onions appetizer, and proceed to fresh
carp fish. Soup is. of course, served with knedlech. The meat
is pot roasted with onion and garlic, in its own juices. Along
with the meat go the vegetables: baked potato, sweet carrot
and artichokes, (a Passover dish customary with Sephardic
Jews. Salad is optional. For dessert, we have a "Kosher Le
Pessach" fruit pie which is beautiful and satisfying.
The following menu is planned to serve six.
MENU
Egg-and-Onions Appetizer Carrots
Fresh Boiled Carp Fish Artichoke*
Soup With Knedleoh Baked Potato
Pot Roast Fruit Pie
BOG AND ONIONS APPETIZER
6 hard-boiled eggs Dash of pepper
2 medium onions 3 tablespoons chicken fat or
sma'l radishes, grated salad oil
teaspoon salt Lettuce
Chop the onions to very small cubes. Fry half of them in
fat or salad oil. Chip the hard-boiled eggs, add both fried
raw onions, grated radishes, fat. salt and pepper. Serve as
appetizer on bed of lettuce.
.
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Quiz Box
B> It.VBBl SA.MC'EI. J. FOX
Wfcjr ilnn (he t-om-regation
tnm ar..iwi,| anil far*, the rear
BpOfl MrMng Jhc las! wrse in
Mw hymn. "Laclto > IH ns tn-,-1 Um Suhl.alhi?
Rabbit of old t.-ll us that it
as Ji-fji^oni Jonu ,,-,i for the
- ot the city to ualk outside
"' tftetity limits on Kii.lav aftcr-
' ."'' *> 'in' th, Sabbath"
v 'OH 'vrths .-.niviiii;. r v iW fo (.11 and Ki-i-rt an im|x>r-
' %P*onaB* uh" was ipproach-'
| : .JSic city. The hymn. "Lecho
I > ii," is i-hant) d at i isi about the
i e the .SupJ-aih arrives, There-
for* th. oi,;,ivj;ation fairs the
1 'if "i tin synagogue where the
1 tatr.ee usually is i< ited, as if
I i m Icon* the guest called the
Sabfcath into the midst of the eon-
grdBtion. Some actually observe
I u istorA of taking a few steps
t iwd the rear In a gesture of
u :i|j forwsM to welcome the
g #
Saffrtp rlaim that the rongrega-
l i runs around an i faces the
i u' in this tinU since the arrival
tnt Sal.Lath fakes away all ex-
t nstl features of mournlni; and
t JfcoiirhVjs" art* allowed to come
i.".tijj|he congregation at this time.
FaofpiK the fftar places the congre-
i: r ion in a Dentition of grtvting the
ii'oa^Ts wftq, would then be en-
t'li&wiirv' V traditional greet-
i'i-J 4f. nnsc4ation.
VMsy^arie alne extra iv.ims
< I tied to t*- Introductory Satur-
ii. y spenkint;. one adds
ilrttt on Saturday morn-
t ssPrSnlm;
ing txcause the worshipper has
more tinio. on Saturday. sinc<* h"
does not have in rush to work as
he does on the weekday.
The reason for the choice of
tin si' particular nine Psalms U
that they havt* some reference to
the Sabbath. Psalm 19 describes
the Creation which culminated on
the Sabbath as it refers to the
Torah which, wa< given on the
Sabbath.
The .'141h Psalm speaks of King
David who pretended insanity so !
as to escapa the wrath of Saul in !
the Philistine court, an incident
which took place on the Sabbath. '
The 90th Psalm refers to the
World to Come when every (lav
will be a Sabbath, the 91st Psalm
prays for deliverance from devils,
evil si 11s and ca'amities which
the Sabbath is supposed to pre-
vent, and the tS5th and ljT.th
Psalms are recited because tVy
speak of the lovtag-kindness of the
Almighty as it was revealed
through nature and history.
The Sabbath of rest is a remind- I
er of l>oth the Creation and the i
salvation of the Kxodus. and Psalm
33 again si>*aks of the Creation.
' the truth of which is exemplified ,
i by the Sabbath. [
Psalm 92 is supposed to have I
1 been composed in honor of the
Sabbath Day. while the Psalm 93
speaks of the Almighty cloaking '
, himself in glory something man.
I since he is the image of the Cre- '
ator, does by putting on special
'clothes in hnor of the Sabbath.
Weisglass Joins
Russell Aluminum
Jack Weisglasa has bean named
by Russell Aluminum Corp. t.. the
post of financial vice president and
treasurer.
The senior
partner of the
Miami account-
ing firm of Weis-
glass. Marder,
Schanfald and
Perless, which
he founded in
1951, the 51-
year-old Weis-
glass has for 20
been as-
sociated with
Robert Russell.
chairman and president of Russell
Aluminum.
Jack Weisglass
A director of the Fidelity Na-
tional Bank of South Miami, and
a member of the American Insti-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants, Mr. Weisglass, who came to
Florida in 1946 after serving with
the Air Force during World War
II. is a resident of Coral Gables.
BASKETBALL was introduced
in the Maccabiah Games in 1935,
one year before the sport appeared
on the Olympic program.
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Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
I
GARDEN MAUSOLEUM 1
AND


"THE SOUTHS
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
> oronte*d fergafeal Cars Fsad
\ N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVL
) TU 5-1689
Rabbi Mendel Chodrow (left) and Rabbi Alter S lver-
man, supervisors of all Kashruth at the A. Goodman
* Sons bakery plant in Lonq Island City, N.Y., discuss
with Mr. Erich Cohn, president of the company, the
excellence of the newly bnked "thinner, crispier"
maizos as they come through the block long ovens
baked to perfection.
NORTH

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FUNERAL
CHAPEL
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SONNY LEVITT
Director
SAWING THE JtWISH COMMUNITY
13385 West Dixie Highway
Phone: 757-5705
For Your Consideration
li-Trr-^-^-mirii*- -"
The Star of David Mausoleum
Mai titdm, !>% latalasa *>
MOllYWOOO
MEMORIAL GARDENS
CEMETEIY, INC.
M. M* Am t Ml
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Member;
National Funeral
i >ir ton Aaan
Plorlda Kuiu i;ti
Dire* tora a .-mi.
J V DA.
865-2353
720 Sevtnfy Fini Street
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH
VOF FLORID
COUNT
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Plaintiff
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ND FOR DA DE
CHANCERY
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MONUMENTS INC.
Open f. 'i Day Closed Sobboth
140 SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583
Miort.i's Only Strictly Jeoiilh
Monument Oeoler
Vfcstt sasl as IsstfiBSi wisest sAssta s>
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LtOAL NUIILt
IN THE COUNTyIuDCE'SCOURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 82552-C
In RE E-i.......'
MINNIE FEINRERO :i k a
MINNIE EINKEL
1>.-, ..,-..!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM PTedltorn and All Pemnn* Hiv-
inn .''aims or Demanda Acainst Said
Batato:
Y.tu are herel.y notified and r.'.mir-
ed to ttr.-s.-m anv clalma and de-mands
which v-.u may hava R_araln1 tht aa-
,.. of MINNIE EElNltERi; a k a
"MN.NIE EI.NKEI. ,I.,.:,-.,1 1,1. ,,f
i.,i.- County, Florida, to in.- Onanfry
i. 11-. ,i n,,i,. county, and Ml* the
>ni." in dtinllcata and as nrnvlded in
Daotlon '' Florida Statutea, in
their office* In the Coiintj Conrthou^a
Dada County, Plorlda. within alx
lar m.....ii- rr,,m the time of
.> flrt nuhllcatlon hereof, ,,r tha
v., me w ill i>, barred
Dated al Miami, FWIda, this. 7th
day < March, A n '""
LlifIS FEINBERO
v- Exe. ut,,'
I' ptihltcat I
M 'I ,v of M.i i
IRVIN'I '""i PEN I .\^\ 'FPICES
v tot for Execul
\- 'inn flodfri Road
Miami Beai h, Plorlda
3 4 1-11
NriTirE I'NDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M IT'CE is M i .!' \ IIVBN thai
the u irned. deali caK.
i in ;- n- in me i if
\fl>KB. > RESI 'RT \\ EAI1
. ",,|Imi- \'. enue Miami '. n. I
iiam. Ihe t 'lerk
of ih.- 'Ir. utl ''-ii' i of I ladi I
Plorid ,
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119 W I -

"IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY
Fl 0"IPA
No 60-4609
notice bv publication
saxdra ia>w'er^
:ry
,, i
VOI STEVE
l- Sntlth
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DATKP March -
E H I E VTHBRM \N
Clerk of thi I'......' < '><'
_______ '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ih.* undemiffned, dealrtns to eni
hualneaa under Ihe flctltloua nami ol
CORA1 \\ IN|m i\\ .1 K \NINi; and
MAINTENANCE COMPANY at PO
Box ltT. Coral Oahlea, Plorlda In-
i.'mis to register aa d name with the
i "lerk >,f ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County Plorlda
Rl >BERT E FINK
JOB1 E OOLDSTBIN
.ii >sei-h H Yi ir.Ni;
Attorney for
ROBERT E PINK
JOEI, E OOLDSTBIN
_________________________.1/28 4/4-H-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersiKn.'.i. desiri tar to en^aKe in
liusin.'Hs under the fictitious name of
BARCELONA BUII DINO at RM Ponce
de I .'-"ii Boulevard. Coral (lahles,
fc'lorida intenda to reirister said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I>ade C.iu.ily. Florida.
HERBERT \\ AI.I.
Attorney at I at*
3/2* 4/4-11-18
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF BULK TRANSFER:
\ i-ulk tranafei under Article '. of tha
i n I form Commercial Coda will i..- ma l
,i \j.: Ni,ni,...-I 79th Street Miami.
i.i on or after April 1941 .t
i Oil l* M hetwi -
Hitii CASEY .1 b/a
Bl MK CAESAR
POROE RESTAI'RAXT
Transferor, whoae bualneaa addreaa Ii
1701 8 ^^' i:,_n,l Street, Miami. Plo-
rida. and DuPnnt PROPERTIES, INC.
feree, uh,,-, addreaa is il.':i North
eaal T'-ili Sir,-.' Miami. Florida
During: the three years last past the
Transferor, .-,, fat aa is known to the
feree has used no oth^r business
name or address other than thai li-i-
'd above
Debts of the Transferor are not to !>.
......i m 'ull aa thej fall 'Hi- Tin- pro-
nertj to b< transferred is located at
71 8.W ISInd Sir.'.-t. Miami Plo.
rlda and consists ,,f iIih following:
all the flxiur.-s. mai.-ri.il-. supplies
furniture and furnishings contain-
ed therein
The estimated total ,,f Tranaferor'l
debt is none
A schedule of the propertj transferred
and list ,,f redltor* furnished by the
Transferor ma> be Inspected al 123
North..,-I 79th Street, Miami. Florida.
Tins transfer is Ni>T to pay existing
debts of th.* Transferor
Th.- transferor will receive from the
Transferee the following as new con-
sideration for ihe umnater: 49 aharei
,,f Common stock ,,f DuPont Proper-
Ties. Inc. Thi- will be Ki\.n to ttie
Transfer..r on April 14. 19(9, at 123
N,,rih. a-i 79th Street, Miami. Florida
Creditors ( the Transferor should file
their claims with I'Mll.ll" .1 MAN-
DIXA, ai 123 Northeast 79th Street,
Miami. Florida <-ii or before April 3
i'.,.-,
Dated at Miami Florida, this 18th
da) "f Manh A I I !',.''
DuPont Properties, Inc Transfer!
Publication .-i thia notice on the 28th
da} of Mar, h II
MATTHEWS MANDINA l.ll'SKV
li'.'i Northeast 79th Streel
Miami. Plor
\ : \ fo| 'i'l ., -1,1 .-.-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79376-B
IN RE Estate i I
I le. eased
HEKHERT '< 'UN
N'tVTICBOF INTENTION T< MAKE
APPI.IC .Til IN I'. IR DISTRIBfTII >N
ANI> PINAI DISCHARC.E
N. ITU 'i: i- hereli> gl\. n thai I ha\
i and Petition
for IHatnhui i Final l lis. Iiarg.
hi i:\ l :> i TRI.N and lhal on th< .
I \I-' ..... applj
Honorable County Judgea ol Dadi
"ount) i for nppmi ,1 ol said
H.-pori nti bui
Ex. utru
eatati named
R. iSE SCHREIHEI.I. Ex. utl \
K Rl v\ EI.I.ISCII
Vlmeria \ u.
Florida i
14/4-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO HERKin IJIVEN tl I
undei ring I.....
u
.' COHEN M P --
Mi Hi u. VI ami I ..- h i'
Ida Ui regtstei -.1
f the i
Court of I mil. 'on da
ELLIOTT C COHEN. Mil P A.
Vvnnu.
\i mi Ueai-I K i
SP 'HBEII .> Ri ISKIN P A
\ ;i.-\ for
ELI IOTT C. Ol "HEX M D.. PA
100 N. Bl yne Blvd
Miami. Florida
3 21 i i |__
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEX that
ih.- undersigned desiring to engage in
t'u under thi fictitious name of
MS Al'TO GLASS H'l'K at Dade
County Intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
CHARLES necman
___________ 3 21-28 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVBN that
the undersigned, daatling to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SYLVAN SCHOTZ, M H at ISM Meri-
dian Avenue. Miami It.ach, Florida
.1313!! intends to r.-Kisi.i -aid name
with the (lerk of Ihe Circuit Court
or Dada County, Florida.
SYLVAN SCHOTZ. Mil. I* A.
IttSO Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
SPARBBR A KOSKI.N P.A.
Attorneys for
SYLVAN SCHOTZ. Mil., P.A.
100 N Biscayne Blvd
3/28 4/4-11-11 ,
Miami, Florida 33132


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Friday. March 28. 1969
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
-. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COL MTV
No 69-464a
SL IT FO RDIVORCE
ANTHONY ZANi \
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K II l.KATHKIi.MAX. < l.rk.
Circuit Court. Dadi C'oumy. Florida
i*.\ I- SNEKDEN, Deput) I"
ml Coui IS.
tVIN M EINSTEIN
I Jn< nln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorni i for Plaintiff
3 L'l -28 4 4-11
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82581-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All Creditor* and All Per*on Hav.
* "I.i in- "i Demand* AjraimM Said
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a .in- h.-r.-t'\ notified and requlr-
. i :.. present nit) claim* and demands
wh4.*h i..u ma) have acainft the --
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thi County Judge* of bade County,
.i d I'll, thi s.iin. if dupll. ate and a*
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ullhin -i\ calendar month* from the
..i ihi flrat publication hereof,
m the Kami iil barn
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ll.K "I Alar. Il Al> IPflS
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the
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default w ill In i "ii
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in THE JEWISH Fl lRI|l \ \
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Ida. thix Till day ol I A I.

i: II I BATHERM w I'
Ciri'Uil Court, |i lib '"U" i Florida
B) V A II EW ETT
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:-- x VV 14th s- M an Floi
.- 11-.-: -L'v 4 4
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
No. 69-3924
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY l.i'llsi: JOHNSON.
Plaintiff
\ -
JAME l' 'II \Si i.N,
1 tefendanl
To- J VMRS iUVS' 'N
Reaidence I 'aknon n
You J \ M ES Ji iIIXm IN", nn
b> notified lhal .1 Bill of I 'ompla 1 '
f..r Divinve ha* hi axalnal
you, and j nu :> re reiiulri erve .<
. ip) "i j "in \ i-'i .1 -I Pleadlnn In
the Hill "1 iv-ninlaliil nil thi I'l.iinliff-
attnrnay, r.\l"l. KWITXBY, BSy
Bllverateli K fi I : ludla*. f.'
I......"I" Road Miami Be .. I Pli
and flh thi' .1 \ m i.i -
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da) "f Api 11 .ii.l, in- h) .1. :,
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1 11' 1 1"
SII.V1 KM !T\i:\
At I1OCI1 S.-
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4 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKBin tllVBN lhal
ih. underalvned, dealrinn i" tngagi In
nerni undr th* fictltlou* nitnu <>i
II S EMI'l.i iVJIKNT SERVICE at
l"ll 5th s 1..1. Mi.urn Bearh, Florida
i"i..mis t" i.-Ki-itr aald name with
the Clerk "f the Clreull Court of Dadt
County, Florida
HAZR1. BALTZ
I >U ll.T
J SI --" 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-4C20
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
B VKKAKA 1 SI JIM IBI >ECK 1:
1
chahi.es M siii \:ii:i'i'.ii I '4.iiii:inl
T' 'II Al: 1 BS I Si "H MIEI >E< 'K i:
ReKidi e l'l
You. ''II Vltl.BS XI Si'HMIBDECKE
;. 1 led 1 I Bill ol '"'11
I ...... j been filed
aicali -1 >"U. :"''( N- u an required In
ea "..\ "f your An wei or Plead-
i"t I., the Hill "f 'omida in "ii .
PlainUff* attorni AI AN B IP-
PBXHE1MEH. .f ih. 1 !'
Leater, lippenhi imer & Gorman, RuUe
lid ISIS X \V Tiii si Miami, Fla.
and file the original Anau'i-r "i Plead
ink i" Ihi' office of ih. Clerk nf the
> "11. mi Court "'1 1 the 1 ".1 li
da) of April. Ii".'.. If you fall i" '1"
ii'li;iu.iii by default will be taken
-: v..u for the n llel
BID .f Complaint
'l'l. niillci Rhall be publiKheil oni
"i k for fi u..... ul
in TH K JKW IBH l'l HUI >IA \
I '\ 1: AM 1 "l:i iEKEI al Miami
'In thi* 7th .1 1 llarrl \ I
1: II I BATHERM W. '
1 'inmi Court, I ladi '' U'll) Floi
II) \ A HEM ETT
I .. ..ii' y Clel
rcii uit in-'
\l \\ II 1 IPPF.XHEIMEII i:s..
. ippi nhi ,v .
Suite U". ','. \"i thwi -1 "
1 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 8256J-A
1 1:1' 11
s m:aii (II
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All Civil ami \.; 1 .

Airaln) 1 Said Bel Ii
V "II
1 in ai .1 di in
Mlii. h you
"f SAR Ml til.ICK di uneil it, ".
1 idi c.iui 1 lot Ida 'i : .
mil .1- provided In
R-lioi Floi da Statute*, in
'I '' unt) Courthoui
In I-"i. .".inn Florida u-ithln *lx
alendar mi.nihr from Ihi (In
Ural 1'iii.h, .in,,,, hereof, ..1 ihi
will bi 1 11 1. 'I
, 1 mi'-'i in Miami, I'l.ri.i.i. On- sth
'ln> "l Man h, \ 11
Piml publication ..f thin nolle* on
Hi.' 1 uii da 1 "i Mnrch
MAM 1:1 l'i;li:i.|..\\|.
Ail Ex ecu
MYBR8. KAPLAN PORTER
I.BVINSi IN KENIN
Attorney* for Executor
IIM S W lsi Sir.. 1. Miami. Fla
:: 14-ri-iB 4 4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE B> PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUf
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
No 69-4091
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.11' I I' 1 H I "CISI-: ARXI
r
V I
\ I (ilMHAM MIX 'T
lefil
k\ |l I.IAM liltAHAM \i:~ I IT,
P I
IXITI1 ES ARM>
If A COM PAN" V
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hel.....1 II
fi.i I..-, ... heel
1. 11 mil yiiii h
hervi nl youi \ -. "i
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Ihi P i:. >BERT H
BCRXS, I :.-'.
Suite ^"4. Mian K and
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iU>) .1 \,'i II 1 ..ii fall '.. .1. -...
jii.ltni.'i 1 b) .1. faull w ill hi 1
W In Ihi relief del
, .
Thi* nnlii ahall be publiahed lice
h ek for <"ur ronat cutlxe ..
in Till: JEWISH I'l.i'Kll'lAN'
l INK AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Flm i.i;.. ihi* 10th da) "i Mnrch A "
i: II I.EATHBRMAX, I
Cln-uil Court, Had. Countt Florida
B) I. SNBEDEX
1 I. |.UI\ 1 '1. 1 K
II iiri'Ull 1 '..uii Seal 1
IttniBHT II IIIRNS
'.'" l.liui.M Kil .
Miami l:.... h, Floi Ida
Attorni \ for Plaintiff
: 14-31-SS 4 4
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
No. 69-4191
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAMI'EI. FIIKIN.
Plaiiitiff.
I" "ROTH V FREIN
I .. :.
Tl IM1R1 'THY FREIN
. .. Ann H.r-li
1441; Pemhn.ki
Detroit, Mb iim.ui
^'"U. I ii 1R1 'TH \ FREIN ..1. I..
b) notified lhal ., Bill .,, Complaint
lor Divorce ha* been filed ain
and >"U are required in
m coiiy ,.| >,., v, ,., ,., ,.,,,,, .
' '" ".....nplalm mi Hi. i\
lilf k attorney, JOSH REPHCN,
V"'"'"-'..... Avenue Mian 1.
1 nl. 11.. ,., ,.
er 01 IMeadiiu ihe ol
11..... Clrcuil ''.'in' 1.1
'' "'' l> o| April. I-,. ||
>"" do W lu.lini. I |,j ,,. u
'I afc-nlnal )nu foi Hi.
Bill ...
hall 1.. I'ui.i-i .,! .
eel lot .1 ......
'" THE JEWISH FI.ORIIH vn
,.,lH,Ni: AN.....IDEKEIl ... M.ain
j.!:;:"L' m.ii v 1!
' II I.EATHBHM %n
l inu Court, 11 ..
B) 1. SXBBI
Deputy <
Ull .in 1 Si
JOSH 1:1:1111 \
u aMiinirton Avei in
V| 11 I- in h. Florida 3
i) i"i Plalntifl
1 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV
FLORIDA IN fKOa-td
, No. 82642 C
In RE Ealati ..1
iiAiun ..in
1 ....., -...I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" All 1 i.-.lii'.i- and Al 1
Havinu lann- "i |).. 1
Aifainal Said Eal.
You an hen I.) noilfn (l ., ,,
'" pre* m an) 1 laimi
"in. li you in..! 1 bvi .
" HAKIM COHEN
i'...i. ouniy, Florida, t. n iv.unt.
JudceK ..I,..,, ,,
-..in. li, duplicii and a. ; ......,. .1 ,,,
S*'.....-: Fl rid*
l'-n "II,"- II, ,.. ,'.. ,
Dadi ,.unt) Fl. 1 il
;-'; '' ih* from th. ,,.,. ,,
rirat publication hi reol hi
will be barred
.,";',';!;" :\",.' "-.miaisu.,
MICHAEL S i'i ItTIs
l'l: ROBERT II i'i rt'is
!-\\"J:KX,,: V'.I'M VV
II) i.au!:i:m |.: u \i.(,MAS
\- Bxi u
i-i'i pnbll.iulon of ihb 11,.,
he 11 !, (|, ,,, m,,,,
I.BOX A EPSTEIN
. foi i:~ii..
4-" I." nil 1:,. .,|
Mi.in Beach Florida
I'M 4 1
,N,TCHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iw SelT-1^UO,r,AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA.
Case No 69-4189
i?T'J,,0F SUIT F0R DIVORCE
mv?u:m":OFPUBL,cati*
1 i' iVA.tn he \m:
11.1.
Tfi 1 I. .\ mi, 1,1: V\ 1:
lb li 1 1
ioi 1 eon \rd in: v.,:
DKnr! "!
- I been filed
;"/;;" '....." i
.' v',l'" Allawi in PI, adli
..,
llff \':.'_..,,., Rt.XAI.D I I-AVIS
,s'.' Hi Hlm-nyn, Butldli IJ \\

1 .1 and flh thi "rinnni
, '' Ih. ..if,. .
I- lerk of tl email curl .
1..... "< "Hi tlaj -I Api !
''''', ; udm.ni b) defaull
will I. laki .'.:.. n.
,; ;"'""' 'I m ii.- Complaint f..r
this NOTICE -1 an bi ubl '
11 h week for four
"V- ;; TS.K JR"ISH FUIIIITMAN
l'\l. AND ORDERED .,1 Miami
Florida, ii,,- mi .1 ... ... ,,.,,.,, ,..,.,
, R HI I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
' In uii ..uii. In,,1,. fnuntv, Finn.la
B) MARHLERITE KENT
I i.uiy I'lerk
"11. mi '..uii s. all
3 14-;i-;n 44
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69-4096
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAI.IA Sol.EDAD Ml 'N l'l

\ '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
No 69-4097
M it FOR DIVORCE
\ m: I'll H \u LET,

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Bill of Cm
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be :...
Ihe rellel | [till ol
I ''.mi'laiui
1 his 1 ..I ihall i" ul
:t. h \ eek 1 ar -."in Ivi week
in THK JEW ISII l'l.' iRII 'I \ \
DONE \ \ I' >i:l iBRRD u 1 Miami
Florida, ihi- lath ,;.,-, ..1 Man ii AD
i: 1: I.i: VTHEItM VN
Clrcuil 1 '.U':. I lad. "ii I), I 'Inrida
II) ; N V HEW ETT
I leput) 'li rk
(Clrcuil i'"uri Seal 1
HCHWABTZ \ SCHWARTZ
s"l s.ni.'.'.i BuiMinR
Miami, l'|.
Ai lorae) fur Plaintiff
.1 14-.'l-. 1
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-4019
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHl IN \ VAI i:\TINi:
Plaintiff,
1
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Defi 11.lam
II ANN I1REC1 VALENTINE
Ekn| 19th Ai eltUl
l:ri."ki\ a. Ni w York in
X rwl
You, ANN (iRECO VALENTINE,
are hereby notified thai 11 Bill nl
I omplaini f"i Divorce ha* been hied
" -1 >"U .,' .1 ) 11 ,1. ,, ,u.r.'.|
'*' "ejve .....PJ of your Anawer .: ;
I lending I., ihe Rill ol Complain! on '
tin Plaintiff* uttorney, II .1 HANI-
>' 1 RiNid, Miami I
and file Ihe
Aiimui 1 ... PleaditiK In the 1
Ihi k ..; ihi 1'.'. u Coui
il" l.lth da) "i April
you fall I- .1., -.. Hulk-in. m i.i .1. -
"II 1- ii.k.n RKainal j ,1
ihi ""! demanded in Ihe II
..ml
\ KV, KS>
1 1 .
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ih, -ii
1 nr In-fore thi ...
Wila
.
1I1.
; mi
1 -' '.. "u .1
. .,. fur full 'i
I, THK JEWISH Fl ft HITMAN
1.. .\ 1: \ \ 1 1 1 iBRBIl ii M...H,
.1.1 1I11- flh ila) ..f Mar. '. \ 1
i: II I 1: VTHEItMA,X. Cli rk
1 null Court ......' ^ rlda
1 s\''l'l>1'\
1 > ihi' i 1 lerk
(Circuit 1 ui 1*1
sll VKRSTKIN, .% \. itsky
,V ,' '! I lISS
I
I FlorifUi
Attorni i foi I'll, in 1"
S M-31 4 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIClAl CIRCU'TOF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
No 69.402S
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1*1111 OMENA I'oRBft.
I'll!
FR > XCIS '' iRW,
.. .1
Ti. FH VNl "IS 1 IRI* '
41 Sycam*ire AvenlM
Itei .-. Ilelithta,
New Jei i
\ 11 FIIAN'i .-' CliKIWl :,' hereh)
notified lhal .. Bill "' Complaint f >r
Dlvun I ..- Im l'l.-1 :ir.,"-i ymi
unil .ii n ii" .1 i" >. .1 ropj
,.f \.-ui' Anawer m l'l- idln" to *"
Bill ..I Complaint on the Plaintiff*!
lie) liRoYKR CIMBNT W KIN
STEIN .". ST \ 1 i:i:i: "" Unroll
Rnad M ami lli h F1- rlda nnd
1 nriirlnnl \,.-v\ --i Plead
il.....ffu-e of the 'lei I he < in all
1 'ourt mi 01 liefoi the li da)
\. I-..'. 11 v.. 11 fail lo .1" -
-hall be publish. lu.li-m.iil by default II1 be i.-.k. .
..11, ,,- ,,. "" foi Ihe r. lief .' di
III kYjukiimaS "
VND ORDERED ., M
- !') "i March A I THK JEW ISH Fl oRIDI W

K II I EATHERMAN C
> Uvuii I 11 Dade t\uj .
R.' I. SNKKDKN
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DAN 11 -
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1
1-; -ii
HE CO NTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AMD FO-I DADE COUNTY
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
I % B8W
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ull' || ni'i'v 1
I II A| 1
In .
mi and de-
'
HAHol.l ..- 1 ;
'. ill "II IJ I
" INK VND iRDBRKD .1 Miami
Ti!. da) of Mai h \ 1
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1: li I 1: ITHBRM W < ".
11 Court, Dade 1*1 iunty Ftortda
II) \ \ HEM I.
I i'Ul 1 1 1. rk
Ull Court Si
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W EIN'STI A STAI'HKH
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IN THE COLNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA-IN PROBATE
No 82474. A
In RK
I 1:1.1.
I.. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
til Pei .
11 or Ih in.ui.1.
l Said l> iai.
^ "" : : r. .1
' 1 '"I- .lll'l 'I. !,
lui.i.."".":.' ?:hlrn->.':u..Wi> **><:m*
J5S.H
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'< JOHN I- I'-Kl.l.. .1......,.,.1 late
01 Mai 101 lira 1 Vum) Indiana
JudKe* -I Dade Ci 11 itj
11. n
v utul
I
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,m PSI1?;*1- BY PUBLICATION
F,rA^CUIT COURT of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nl FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-4288
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELIZABETH SINKS
I lain
1 -
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1 iioaiil
T" MR 1 .1: SIKES
lS N01 li is.,-I,,. K,., 1
i" iii nciM
CLAl-DK SINKS. .,,-, ,,, ,,,.,
I "i "iii.H.,,.
' '...... filed aali
**" roil red to aerv. up)
I J Pleadini Ihe Bil
' m Plain 1
CAIDIN KOTHKNBKHH Kli
'. i\ ,v I .,
I ui Miami Hi
urlRlnal .\' Kwer ..'
' ''" "1. .I the fieri
..... il..
,MI I "" ii i"ii fall 1.
m .1 b) di faull wll
' di-
ii 'I Hi Hi.' Hill "I I'l'lllM
Thb. "' .,11 |. publlaheil mice
' '!,." m ...... ui'.. v
in 1111: jew ISH ri.i.nii'i \
,.,"">i: \N.....IDKRED ... Miami
Florid da) of Man h, a i i
1: B LJ&ATHERM \\. Clerk
Clrcuil Court Dade Cunij Fl.....la
Bj P. CI IPBI. \NI>
' "ui 1 1 'lerk
II 'ir.'ini Courl Seal '
CAIDIN, kOTHEKBEItn, K4.K1 V\
A KO-RNUI.l'M
171'i'. \ 1: HI Avenue
N.-ril: m leaoh, Florida I*
Auorney* 1 Plaintiff
i i<-n-n 44
tiuillai ui
JOHN I BELL
",', PUbllc........, ,!,,,, ,., .
1 Ith 'i i ui \i 1, I'.,..
CARLISLE ZKIHBII A IIYIID
;,x":,','."> v ';*- Btor
,:',""' i"
Ml.-ii. Florida
1 '44

Forl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTICK IS HEREBY fll\ 1: il
the umlel ......
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ALU.,. ,
With the I
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Sll \ I \
Soil '
-
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Mi% #*/> fkridHnr
solicits your legal notice*.
VVe appreciate youi
palronuge and guaranto*
acc.irate service at lega'
rates .
Ie-i.fi/ :t7:i-160Ji
tor messenger aarrlca


Friday, March 28, 1969
*JmsA Ftcriatirt/n
Paqe 15 -
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-23:7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY I ol l.-i: i'.M:K\

M m:\i.v CAREY,
I >. .'..hi
Tu MAKVIN CARET
Rom :.....Hilt
Poti ; si i. !
Hnrrodsburg, K. Mil. I y (03.10
Vou, MARVIN CAREY, are In reby
I -.i thai b inn t.i .-..,,
ui l'i. i filed against you,
njMl you ,. required In -. i \. .i copy
i t y.Hir \ wer ..r Pleading lo the Hill
I i "..Mini nut on the Plaintiff* attor-
ney, PAI'Ii KWITNBY. I'.si.i Silver-
leli K Itnej and I ; n.i t. Ltn-
Ri nd. Mi. ini Bi ,i, h, Florida, nnd
file Hi., original Answer ..r Pleading
In lh< nffli .( Ihi I l.rk <.f th- Clr-
.int Couri "ii or before Ihe 8th day
f April, l'.i.:- If you r: 11 t.. do -.1
he i.i I ii
d.-niandid
on.-a
eeka
ludsmenl bj default will
u '..r the relief
In the Hill i.l 1'omplaint
T1 la notli Khali be nuMwh..
each e/eek fur four ronsecutlx'e
In THB JEWISH FM ORID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED ill Miami,
Florida, ihi> '.ili day ..f March, A.D
I......
R H I.KATMKH.MAV. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Cntmtv, F'lorida
By l. RNKEDKN
Deputy <"l.rk
r.-u-' Curt Seaftjl
SILVRRSTBIX.KVi ITNEY *
; trows
4_'" l.incln Road
m laml Reai h, Florida
rneyi. for Plaintiff
3
14-21-38
'N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 82281-C
l RH Batata ..f
RKRRtVA RAMCELS
I *-. .i -..n
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \i: Creditor! and All I'.. ... 11.iv-
l manda Agalnal Said
BY HENRY LEONARD
^4 whpniheMt&'ah 0>ws...
"Please don't run my picture any more there
are many more deserving people."

LEGAL NOTICE
\ .'u an hereby notified and re-
quired in prexenl any d m and .la-
in.in.I- whiih M-u may have against
ih.- estate of REBECCA svmi KI.S
rii seed I.ii. i ( ladi Countj Florida
i.i ih. Count) Judgei ..t Dadi i' ii ij
! (Ui Hi. -.mi. ni iiupl i
ri .- Florida
luti n the Ci unty
' '"UI ll..... I '...I. i IUI I"
ihin u lendar mamths from lha
time ..f ihi first publlration hen
v .11 hi l ... .
I till I ..I Miami. I"li.i Ida, I I '
I i v i .
I'm i. s wii i:i.s
MA RTIN S \ Mi 'I si, V
\- i 'ii- Exei u:-r^
r r.-t pnI.I al Ion ..i Ihlf
Ihi 7th da> .if Man h, 1969
\n\ ixii ivi'i:.\ uaw "i iii:s
> irnej for 'o- Kx.. utnra
\. Iiiii- i fcndfre) Road
Miami Beat h, Ftoi Ida 331i"
.: 7 14-21-21
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL F'LANAOAN.
Plaintiff,
va
1. IIIN FLW.ViAN.
Defendant
TO: JOHN F'l-ANAOAV
ni Kennady Avenue
North Haliyl'in
!inf UI...... N.>w York
You. John PIJVNAOAN, are her*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8222S B
I RE Rstatenf
s> ll, lli.ll PERN
i .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A" ... Ml Pi r-i.ii- II:.' -
Ii g i 'l.nni- ..r I -i Said
Bsl
Vou are hen bj notified and re-
mlreal In i ... i i..mi-, and
......ii in .
'Ii. lad |W>I. II Ell PKRN de.
I ,-. ol I : 11 i I.. .
lo thi Count) Judgi i" 11 di i '..uni v.
an.I file Hi. :i lupli, ii ..I
:i- proi ded In Ri H Klnridn
Stntuti i ihi :i i.rrii e in thi
n >' County, I
within -i\ alt ndar n pom the
llmi r the first pul
or thi in.. ill In barred
Hated ill Mi.inn Florida, Ihin lith
da) of l'. In uiu \ \ 11 |
I'M irence hi:ii.i'i:i:n'
A*< I ,'\. ui ri x
F"lrl puhll utli if thi otice mi
Ihe 7th da) nf Man h
MONK) IE HKI.Ii
Attorney f..r Bxecutl I*
ISM i 'ongresa Building
Miami, Florida 33132
3.7-11-21-W
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 82504-A
I i- K tali ..f
; HKIM-IK MARIE JOHNSON
!.......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: Ml IYi dltoi .1 All Pi I
lug 'l.nin- or I. ma nd Agai

Vou ore hereby notified and renjulr-
. laiini ind
.i m) Kt the tk-
' HFSKDIK MARIE JOHN'S >\
dei'i-iiM-d lull nl Ihide County. Florida,
in Ihe Count) nl I i.m|. i u
.....I fill .i me in fluphi'li Ii 11 .1
Seel
I; Ihei r ofI 11 .
I'nui hoiim n I huh Count) l-
i\-ii.:. v alendai month? urim ihe
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 69-4531
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M mm: p i f i ..... -
Plaint
ii uivev n in ii ;i:s. .n: .
i.......lam
To HARVEY II ll< I ':
i nlteri si itei Mai I
VJIKA :
l'i'' i -
Vou HARVE) ll 11 i : i:.--
... in reli) noiifii .1 Dial h llil
1 'nmplalnt f." Rlvoi hai hi .n .
iigaiiiHl you and \ -ii an
nerve :i op) i nui Auxu i i oi PI. I
ing to the Bill nl i 'ompl .. n mi in.
I "l.-i in 111 f'.- nil ... ) ,| BKRY A
RI'RNS, BSQIIUK, I5n Unroll
Suite L'I4-.'I>. Mi.,in- ..... h, I'l.riil.i
33139 and fill' the original \
Pleading In Ihe I'lerl
if Ihe i "In till i "ourl m i In for.- iln
-': r.I day ..f April ou fnil lo
do mi. Judgment Ii) di tau'li \- 'I be
akin aguiiiHl you for Iln i : i de-
manded in ;li. Hill ..i f'omplatiil
Tins notii Hhall i.i publl hi i
each week for foui .-... -. ul i we ki-
ln THE JEWISH l'i 'KIM v
DONE ANH i >KI>EREI> a I Miami.
Florida. Ihla 17th Cu) ol Man Ii A.ii
! '-.:
E I: I.BATHBRMAN i'Ii rk
' m. in' i 'ourt, Hade I
lly I. SNEEH
IV put) 'I. 11.
Hit I '..in i Si
JERRY a IICRNS i:>. n:::
^".,l I ,:. .-in Koad, Suiti i
Miami lt< .i. ii Florl
i A.....iii > for Plaliitiff
IS 1/4-11
j IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82434. B
i In RE: Relate nf
ISIE S S Wi IIINIK
11. .......1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 f"retlll mil All I"------------- llav
l in.i- .1- Agaim-l .-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-3926
SUIT FOR DIVOR'-t-
UIRRAINE \\ HITTI.K
fiEOR'IK H '
11. i. h,I..ui
TO CiB< ilt< ;i: WII ITTI.E
UcMdi
^ ..ii i !.' i|;i !E WHITTI FJ
i ni,. .1 lhai .. Kill of t"omp t
for I m......
)ou and you are required ,
. npy ..| youi AliKUei in I'l.aii
thi Kill i'o
I '..'!.
Ainull) liuildn dlum I i
file the
in tin ul Hi. Clerk
i ii.i 'ami ., befon Ihe
"i April, ..... II you .... iln
jualgmenl by da fauli \.\t\ ; lal n
-i you Ul. reliel ili-nin I
in Ihe Hill i.i Coniplai
Thi* notii I..... pu
. ach w <. ,. fair i*,.ui .,. uti1
in i in-; jev\ ish Ki.ni:iiiiA.\
i" i.NE AM' oi:i.i:i:i-.i. m
Hoi ida, tliis itth day ol Man Ii
. ...:
F. B. I.KATHKKM.W
A i 1. ik. i 'ircult i
IVi.lr i 'nuiilj. l'i'.: ni.,
Uy: N a ii, ..
Am Il.pul > I :.
Ult < .in Sa .di
ANOBliO A Al.l
'.I I Ain.-l.y liutld
Miami, Florida
Vttorne) for Plaintiff
_' i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81842-C
i I: i: i:-...:.
AW PHILLIPS
I.....ased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
TO ALL PERSONS INTBRES1
IN THE ESTATE "I" SAID HEI
DENT
Vou .,i hereh) notified
\ nu r ll Klrumi I put |iorl lo I
i In pn mi) .i.i'in- mil demand* ''" '''": "'" :""' '' '
I i-edelll lia-i I to pi
e a if ISIE S. S A Vo| i.V IK ''
late ol .......ui mni.,...I. i| v.
I'oumy Jud| -,..,, ml .. u
file lha -.,ni. in alupl l and i ''"''
ill'il ill Si'i'l 'I
I I Cam
1 'in 'In. I ,,|. ,, ,:: !
wlthi........
firm < I m:i<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 82407-C
In RE- Batate. of
PRANCES HARRIS TEOER
l leoonnad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraomi 11.i-
me Clalma or Demanda Again*! Said
Batate:
Vou are hereby notified and ra-
uuirml in braaanl any elalma and
by notified that a Bill of Complaint I *?,Bnd which you may have again*!
lima of ihi '.'-i mil.In .in..
or i'.. ii I., ban .1
i led .ii Miami. Florida tl
March. A I >
.. mi. mi: n m m:i:
4n". IIIm ., \ -.. Huilaling
.Mi.uni. Ploridn 33130
A- A.lnniii--lr.il..r
Kind publii .. inn .'f ilns m.i.....
Ihi '-> day of March, I
M M .lack N MAER
Altorna y tor Admlniatrator
t l'.i-. a) :i. 1 lutldlng
. : I 1

r |i.v.... haa been filed aacainat
>>>u. and ya.u .ir.- retiulred lo aerve ;i
,.|i> ..f >..ur Aniawer or Pleading to
ihe Hill .if Coannlaini on ihe Plainilfi -
attorney I'Ml. col.l. \i'K. KS-
QI'IRU, 170*1 \ w 7th Stn M
c 1 da 181 ..' .1 file ihe original
AnaweT or Pleading in Ihe nfflre of
Ih.- Clerk ol I he Cinuil Courl on or
I '..: I 10th da) "' Mil il I'..-'.
|i M.u fall da "-. lualgmenl by rie
fault ill be taken igainhl you for
Ihe roll, f .1. in.mil. .1 In Mi. Hill of
I..
publ ha .I onoa
.(- i weeka
ll.oHII. IAN
H IH1II |(K|
till .'
C mplaml
Thta notii ahall
..oh weak fan
in THI". IHWIHH
[V INK AN
Klorlda. thia
E H 1.1:'
II) c c COPEI-ANl)
. 11, : I ladi cmnty. P
1 nut) 1
..'11 1
I'AI'l. 1'iH I Al'K
: \ \\ ;(, sti '
Miami, >'i.....1..
Mloi :, 1 '..i Plaintiff
1 1
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of Florida >n and for
dade county in chancery
No. 59 195
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I. VIM A II SI Ml INK,
Plain tiff,
vs
1 iTIS SIM INK,
I lefi ndant
Tl 'TIS SI MONK
Haatd....... I'nk .....
V.11. 'TIS slMo\ k. are here-
by notified that .1 Hill nl Complaint 1
for IMvorre haa bean 1 .1 agalnot
-. 11 mni you are ref|ulrel In
.1 cop) of your Aokw'-i ..r Pl.-adlng I
'.. Mia It'll ( c..i,..| ,,,,1 ,,,, ih6
I'lallltifru attnrne) I'M' I -. 1.1 \, '|<
I'.StJ 1:. H w 7f| Itreel, .Miami. '
I i.i id.1 irSii" and fil.- Hi. ..rlidnal
Vi wet 01 Pleading in Ihe nffli of
Iln ci. ii. ..f rlic Cii, n : (-..uii on or '
I.i fi -1 ihi Imli da) of M" I i'.r.-,
1 ..u (.nl to do -.1. iudgma ni bj de-
fault iii Ihi 1 il.. \- ,1 fan
1 demandi ,1 In tin Ulll .,r
a*. iilliLiint.
Thlt imlla a -h.ill he publii ha .1 n
. i.h u.-rk f.,r f.-ur rnnaecutlve week-
In thi: JEWISH 11 ORIDI \n
I" >N r* WI" o|;|.,.'IM-:|i .11 Miami.
l-'lorida, iln- cii day f March A ; 1
.
1 H LEATHBRMA.N, Clerk,
Cirouli 'oui t 1' nl.- Count) Ploi Ida
H) : a, r c H'i:i ami
I >. Mut) "i. 1 k
PA IT I'l.l.l ACK. ESQ.
N \\ ;ni .street
Miami. F'lorida
AMnri
ih. estate ..f F'RANCBS IIARJU8
TBfiER .1.. .-.,-.,I late ..f Oadag County,
Florida, In the County Judges .. |>ad.
County, .ami file ih.- name In duplicate
and ;i- provided In Seel..... : 1: 16,
Plnrida Statute*, in their offln In I
Ihe County Courthouse In l>nd County,
Florida, -.v itl n u ah ndar montha
from lha time nf lha final nuliliratia.n
hen or thi imi ill be barred.
Ihtled ... Miami Florida, ihia 27th
il 1 1.111 \ 1.
MAR.X KAHEIt
Ai Fixecutor
' nl.I 11 of th
th.. 7ih day of Man h, IMS
. 1 i 1 \ 1 1 : 1 1 ;
A 1 ... ,. 1 (or Exa, uior
Miami, 1012 An.-1. j Huilding
Ii AIi
e mi
1 7 14-21 !|
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82019-A
I RE Batata !
LILLIAN I'ldMKIN
I 1. .1 .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Credlton and All Peranna H.o
Ing Clalma ..r Demanda AgaliiHl Said
LVIat.:
Vou are hereby notified and reciuir
...I in preaenl an) clalma and demunda
which you may have igulnnl the
estata ..i LILLIAN PRt'MKI.N deceaa-
.-.I late of Dade County, Florida, to
Mi., t'ouniv Judgen nf Hade County,
and file ih.- ham., in duplicate and
aa provided In Beellim 733.16, Florida
, Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Hade County. KTorlda,
uiilnn ?*ix calendar montha from the
time 1.1 the first publication hereof,
..1 ihe hum will be barred
Dated ai Miami, Florida, Mils 24th
day nf Januar) A.D 191 9
JOSEPH KKCMKLN
Aa FJxea ulor
l'.i-. publication of thia notl 1
the 7lh da) of March, 1969
c mi.i\. 1:1 ITHBN HEIti;
I Kiiiian KORNHLCM
Al I01 ne) for Km ut,,r
Ci- i\ n. Building
Miami F'lorida
7-14-21 II
3, 7-14-81-XI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 11 hi: is HKItEHY i;i\i:n thai
he unili 1-11:11. .1. desiring 10 engage
In in undi : ma
nl Mi INTE'S T VI.K 1 'P THE Tl IWN
IIAII! STVUSS al 16940 N 1: 19th
M in N Miami He n-h Intends to
ri mi- 1. ., 1 1 me with the 1 1. 1 k
of ih. Circuit Court ..1 1 lade 1 "ouni y
Flor da
mii.m m: HAIR STi i.i:s INC.
SPARREII A ROSKIN I' \
An..1 .. 1 1..1 April. .,,,1
I"" \ Htscu) in- Hhil.
Miami, Elortda
l/T-14-ll-tl
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-3521
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
JOHN (* 111 M (Til.
Plaintiff,
va.
JOAN O III 11 .Til,
I tefendant.
T<>: JOAN O BOOTH
I ,-f. -in,ml
i: ir.Mi street
Bronx, n v.
VOP AIM: HBRBBY Vi "Tli-'IKH
Mi.ii .111 a. lion inr Divnrca hai bea n
: l.i agafi -1 you and you are '-.--iuir-
'i to 1 \. a .....\ nf your :
ilefi 11-. if any, In It 1 HAROLD
i:asi:. i:s..n 11:1:. itairn. -. for
plaintil f i\:,,. \v. 1
Flagli r Streel VII imi
and file II.....riglnal Ith ihe 1 la rk
01 the Bbovi Ktyfed coui I 01 nr be-
: \prll :'', othi ludg-
ni. nl 111.1.1 ba ni, r. ,| againi 1 nu
leal 111 Mi.. ..nu.
or petition
Thia notl, Hhall He pu
each v* eek for four n.n in \\ .
in THB JEW ISH I' I .a. 1:11.1 \\
WITNESS in. I nnd Ih" ll
of aaid i-ourl ..1 Miami, Ploridi
Miiv .-, :h do) nf I". In 11.11 v. .
1: H l-KATHBRMAN,
a nerk, 1 'n.-nii 1 '.>ui-t
I '.nl.- 'ounty, F'lorida
By v \ HEAVETT
a- 1 leputy Clerk
(Circuit 1 'i.iiri Seal)
IIARi mi. i'i: \si:
720 VVa -1 Plaglei Stn 1
Miami, F'lorida I
, 1
Attorm ) i..r Plaintiff
I 7-14 1 -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 82723
In RE K-ta'.- of
LOI IS BH \\ KltMAN
|i. :i-.il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Or. .1: 1 il All Prrsoiii lla\
ing Claim, .i 11. in.in.1- Againsl Su .1
li
Vou ara ha'reh) notl fli d mil re ed i" nil aa nl any l.nm- .....1 .1. manala
which you may ha> 1 again 1 lha
estate .1 IXH'IS HltAVF;it.\IAN de-
.., .1 late ..r |..,,i. C0u.1t) F'lorida,
1.. the 'a.unt) Jualga ; 1 i- I nunl).
and file the aami In dup lenti and aa
|,i ,,v ill. ll ill Sea I -|..| nl.i
- n- iln 1 Nmtlt)
'ourlliou 1 1 lunty, F'leii Ida,
within -i\ ..:-,..(.,r .in ii,.
1 I lUbll.......
or the -:iui.- w :'i i>. ban. -i
- 14 111
dn) 1 March, A.D
1 1'AI 1 IIRAVBHMAN
, II I IAN 114)1 \.\n
\ K\. utors
hi ( this 1 ..1.....
Man h I
Ji ISBPH \v M \ 1 i.i. HH ..
1 -
850 Lin. ..i Road,
Miami Bi ... h, Ploridn
i -'I 28 t/l II
m .,nn r |,
day ol ,lai VI
IIFM'I. > SAV0I1
' Kxecutnx
rat pu In e 01
Hi. 1 .,.,. 1.1 Mm
SCIK i.NKEI ll ,\ KBLDMAN
Altorna y for Em ul
- 1 1 ||
1 w F'lat Miami '
.- 1/1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 69-4317
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
K M:i:v u ILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
-.
A8TLEV WILI.IA MS
Di fendanl
TO ASTLBV \\ II .LIA.MS
20 South Road
K. ri.1.1. Klngaton '". Jamaica
Vou, ASTI.KY WILLIAMS are
hereby notified thai Hill ni rom-
iii:i i!.\ 1 1
I >A '.
VI

llldg

- I 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Th-:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O^
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No 69-4251
1 SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAXINE KI.I.K.v KEXXEY,
Plaintiff,
.1
JOHN JOSFJPH KBNNEV,
1.. dam
TO: JOHN JOSEPH KBNNEY
. .. .Mi. 11 F'a.llla
I I'M Ka-i 92nd Btreel
Broukl) n. New Vork
Vou, JOHN JOSEPH KBNNEY,
file ihe original Answei 1 r Pleadl
mill. ..ii., .. ih. Clerk ol Ihi Clr- "',"' 'riginul Answer 01 Plead .
cull Courl I dav '" "" he Clerk ... ih CU
of April, !-. || you .'. "J..........'...... daj
ludgmi I.) di fun. will 1, prll. 1969. If ) 1 Judc
-1 I .'ll for 1 ; r. |ii 1 .1
in Hi. Hill of Co|
I MINK AND 'HHKItl i I
F'nelila, ll ll i||,j ,,,
... .
i: 11 I FJATHER.M VN, CI,
tircuit Court, I le 1 ,1
B) 1. SNBKI
I Ii pui -. <
ICir.-uit Courl Seal 1
l-E< .N \IM- EDM \I!D IBKI I
I
V niiil
'
)>m ihi n Ii. 1 di mui.....
Bill of Cnmpli
. II be pull
:
ISH I'I IRIDI w
DONK VND "iM.i:i:i:n al Mini
.
-
11 Si
1: II I.BATHBRMAN Cii
Circuli Courl :.
Al \R<11 BRI i: KENT
I lenui) 1 Ii 1 I.
JBRR> v BI'HNS, f:sji h:i-:
Komi --11 14-: -
Mian FI01
\ ll.l I'l.iliilltl
14-21 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY lllVBN Mm
Ihi 11 di raigm d, di airing In 1 ml-...-.
in in- in. -s 1111,1. r ih. ii ante
of SCNNV .-' il! I TR VILER PARK
AND SALES; SI'NW SOI'TH
TRAILER P MM. .. (1 01 SI'NM
SOI'TH TRAIIJCI! s\l.i:s nl 117
v \\ 7'ith Sire. I, M imi, Plnrida In-
1. ndi lo regihter said nam.'B wltl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
no. a
ll Ri: Ball Ii
ItH'HAKD i: III 1 K
Di .,-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All I'ri illior* anal All |'. :-,,.. Hav-
ing 1 iuni- ,.1 1.. mat 1
K-'.i 1.
Vou lire herd | .. null
ed pr..... nu claims and dcmamlx
which x -ii may have agaiiiai
eatnte o( Rlt'HAKD 1: BOCK dea-ea !'" '"lerk of Ihe Cln-ull Court
.1 I......I 1 >.,.!. 1 ',,ui.i \ F'lm i Ihidi Count 1 1 Ii
the County Ju I hid. Count) s F:NTBRPRISES INC
and Ii!- thi -mi. in dup.....Ii anal By: SBVMOUR BBRKOWITZ,
.,- i,.-. \ i.i... 1 in Sect lam 7:11. is F'lo I 1 ,.1. .,i
Statutes, in their offices In Ih. County BROMHBR'S. F'KOMBBItn
11 1 ..,.1. 1 -, unt) 1 .: >- R' 'Til P \
within six in !. Mlorm-ys for
Urn. ..f file first publication li.reof S 11 K.V'l'i:i:i'l;isi:s l.vc
or the sam. he barra-d 7-H
1'al. .1 :.l Mi..1111. I-'I.. 1 i.l., |, Itl,
da) ol Mai 11 IN THE CIRCL IT COURT OF THE
MBI.VIN I'lVV ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i Is, OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
l-'n-i publication ol Ibis COUNTY.
I da) Man h, No 69-3708
m f;i.vin i--, v v
Attorn.)
316 1:,- .- 1 hi
Mi.iini. I
- 1 1 I
NOTICE UNDER
FIC 1 1 .^ 3 NAME LAW
ni 1 ice is iii:ki-:h\ ,;i\ i
he Unalei
.
IUI1I TBRII >H 1 9 S \v
'Ml : ,|,.,|-
lo regisli u Ith the del .
ni Courl ..1 Dade Countv
1.1
MERi 1 :i 'i:s Mi 'Ml'. 1
v u ..I, streel
.Mi.inn F'lorid i
28 l/l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' 'I LIE I'CIUIAM BUHJNT
1
Ri 1 BERT h KltMAN IM.OI Nl'
Defends
VOC, |{i iUF'.IIT II Ell MAN BI.ODN
alili unknou 11, :i, i, quln .1 1
'i in the complain 1
mMi M.....lerk of
anov .in 1 ., nd \. n i.x thi 11
1 'oh 1 11. 1 IJ10-1
Bldi Miami. Florida 0
or befon Vprll Tih. 1989 an
i.. taken
1 1 VI iircl Itl
I 1 I. VTHEKMAlx
1 la-rk of 1I1. Circuit Curt
H) v \ HEWBTT
I put) ilerk
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