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The Jewish Floridian ( May 2, 1969 )

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Friday May 2. 1969
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Paqe 9-8
Mrs. Benjamin Kresberg Installed
As President Of Brandeis Women
MUH. BINJAMIV KMSBtKG
YM-YWHA Athletic
Awards Dinner Set
i"ii- annual athletic awardi din-
i i the YYWllA of Great* r
I'm will Ik' held on Sunday,
. Sihuitz. chairman <>f the
i l tli anil physical education com-
i utee ha^ announced.
\VTVJ sporttcaster Bob Gal i
i i will serve hs master ol ccn -
lies; Jim Pollard, head coach of
t Miami Floi klians basketball
i am "ill be the mam speaker.
i ir guest speakers will Include
f Godfrey, University of Miami
t. ketl all coach, ami Coral Gables
I'-.t-ii School basketball coach i.> n-
i... Roscnbluth, himself an All-
. i i., ,i baakctball player when
hi "s a student at the University
< North Carolina
Athletes to honored are I>>n
I reman, aptain and leading sror-
I ttn- t'tumiiaiis. Miami D<>i-
I s quarterback Larry Csonka ,i
fr iier All-America from Syracuse
C erslty, . i: .Trail "i Miami baski '
K r.'s li arlhig icon r.
The Gnater Miami Charier of
the Brandeis University National
Women's Committee has Installed
Mis Diane Kreslierg as its presi-
.1. nt.
A nirmhcr of the Women's
Guild of the University of Miami,
ami Incoming vice president of the
Ki n nds of ah. Lowe Ait Museum,
she and h Benjamin Kresberg. are on the
Ixiard of the bmc Museum, to
which they have donated a number
ol wcirks of art.
In addition to Mrs. Kresberg,
Installing officer !:. Albert Pallot,
chairman of the City of Miami
Beautiflcation Committee, install-
ed a slat<- of officers including
Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan, Miss Rena
Stein and Mrs. Lester Segerman,
vice presidents; Mrs, Ethel Nagler
and Mrs. Robert Grossman, corre-
sponding secretaries; Mrs. Edward
Lifshin, recording secretary; Mrs
Rose I'i instoii,. treasurer; Mrs.
Irving Kushman and Mrs. Jack
Kink, financial secretaries,
Mrs. Herman I .irks, chairman
ol life membership, "ho will bo
inducted as a Fellow of Hrandeis
I iversity next month. Mrs. Khe.i
Goldfarb, Mrs. Harold Dorfman
and Mrs Morton Schwartz were
honor, d for meritorious service.
Chairman of the day was Mrs.
\i thur Jui ko" it/
JWV Ladies Install Slate
The Ladies Auxiliary 330, Jew-
ish War Veterans, "as to install
Mrs. living Cooperman as its pres-
ident Thursday, Chairman for the
evening was to be Mrs Maurice
Weinman, ami Mis. Max Kern "a.s
to s. rvi as mistress of ceremonies.
Others to be installed were the
MesUamcs Minnie Hopen, Ceil
Roohwarg, l,ce Gordon. Jennie
Geiii" Row Goldberg. Ann Schae-
fcr. Fanny Weber, Frances Apple.
Rose Winick. Bertha Cooperman,
Sylvia Alpot, OnMie Vorola. Ruth
Schwartzbopg, Billie Kern. Esther
Sokolow, Sail !.< v.. Thelma Wein-
i i E\i I i D cky, Daphne Adel-
Pa llinc I.. arus and Bi SSll
Gibb i

Beth Tov B.B. Unit Receives Charter
Mrs. Morton Arno will present
the Beth Tov Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women with its charter at
its first installation dinner Satur-
day evening at the Famous Res-
taurant, Mrs Arthur Horwit?, vice
presidi nt of District 5, B'nai B'rith
W'onun. "ill be the installing offi-
cer.
The leaders of the Hi group in-
cludi Mrs Petei Perkel, president;
vice presidents Fran Pierce, Bar-
bara Schwartz, Marty Jacobson,
and Eileen Chaikin; Dale Michel-
son, recording secretary; Maxim-
Lurio. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sanford Rothman (left) was Daryle Prager. financial sun tarj :
recently honored by Mt. Sinai Barbara Ellinport. treasurer, and
Hospital Auxiliary for her 12, Isabel Bornfeld, historian.
5C0
Board members will include
Vickl Katz, Nancy Kuthfield and
Kleanor Teppen
hours of volunteer service
to the hospital. Shown with Mrs. LlClltCF Is
Mrs. Rothman is Mrs. Murray
Kein, Auxiliary president.
Reelected Prexv
Israelite Center Ladies
To Hold Mitzva Luncheon
The Sisterhood ol the Israelite
Center will hold its 19th Mitzvah
luncheon at noon Sunday in the
Roi al Hungarian Ri staurant,
Mrs. Chester Leiter is chairman,
Hostesses are Mrs. Aron Bellin-
koff, Mrs David Schwartz. Mrs.
Louis Sonskj and Mis Al \\
(ton. Mrs Sol Koenigsberg is pre*
ulent ol the group.
Women's League
Florida Chapter ol Women's
League for Israel ";|1 hold its
games party at l p.m. Wed:., sday
in the Forte Towen Auditorium,
1200 West Ave. 'ih. party "ill
benefit the Natanya Home for the
Blind m Israel.
Prune Bread Tea
For Two Or More
"Tea for Two,'' or the entire
neighborhood! Everyone within
smelling distance i!i be at your
door for a sliei i f Pruni Ti a Bn ad
" hen Ihe tantalizin ai oma w afts
out your kitchen wind
What maki s ii'.- bn id so spe-
'l"h. mi atj chewy Californi i
I't-iim s an- Ihe di it touch that
laki s it out of the i>idinai> iss
and up to Blue Ribh
This cake-liki hread ran l'
si | foi dess rl S| : ii ] li some
Ided
: imenl
for li n >out
,-our home
But, l* pi! p.iieil for s
Vffoi '. Pi Ti h Bn
u timt s you "ill prol ah > want
to double th ecijie, it will
Pitl m; IK\ HUE Mi
I .up ( alifornla prunes
1, cup orange Juice
8 eupa all-purpose flour
i teanpoons baking, powder
I teaspoon salt
', .-up brown sugar
1, cup shortening
' _. cup Rnel.v chopped nut-
I cup milk
Snip prunes from pita ami chop
im.-; romblne with orange juice
ami set aside ni'il needed. In a
I l rue III" I llli\ tlolir. iMklng |M.VV-
i'er. salt and brown sugar. < ut in
shortening with a paatrj blender
until mixture looks like coarse corn
meal. s'ir In nuts and prunes iii
orange juice. B*>al prr with milk;
add all al once to drj mixture.
stir just enough to combine In-
gredients. Bake in wcll-urr.i-.eii
! \ ."i \ S-lneh loal pan I hour- at
.CO F. (inoilerate oven I. Makes I
leal.
The Woman's Corps of th. Pa-
panicolau Cancer Research Insti-
i has schi dull d its 16th at nual
install >tion lunchi on for TI.
rlav, May s. in the Doral Beat h
Hoti I
Judire Mori i .....Im u w ill in-
stall Mrs l la old l iehti r as presi-
di nt. and Mrs Harrj Canlan, firs!
vice president, both servhig a sec-
ond term Invocation will be given
h- Cat 'oi Emantiel Mandel.
An distinguished guests "ili
t> Mrs ; i'i'_'e N Papanicolaou,
Dr, Julius SchultZ, director of the
Institute, and Mr. B. J Wagner,
president ol the PCR1 board of
directors.
To date, Ihe Woman's Corps has
raised over $600,000 foi cancer re-
search.
CERTIFIED COLD
FUR STORAGE
STORAGE VAULTS
on the .
PREMISES!
FOR THE VtKt FINEST
FURRIER STORAGE"
T'AL MIAMI BEACH
532-2474
BAL HARaOUR
866 4614
CORAL GABLES
443-7416
FT. LAUOER3ALE
524-8438
pjLamp ^pot
l. Oln
into
LAMPS AND LAMP
SHADES
CUSTOM WORK
t REPAIRS
WCRfCOvrc
2QUr SHADES
208GIRALDAAVE.|
PHONE 445-5791
"Why Settle for less Get The Best"
Music
by
Hilly
Bollavk
'Weddings and
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AT NO IXTtA COST:
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and delirer fair fin
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vour prtcicci 'e'i
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350 MIRACLE MILE
f: 1 E. LAS 3LAS BLVD.
V
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Florist of Distmition
r
Flower Shop designed especially for you..
The Bride's Bouquet
O Wedding Party Flowers
a Church, Dinner and Reception Decorotions
/ :,.., ,-r -. tor Al! <). i as ions
1927 W. Floaler Slret
Tel. 642-4400,
Mafef Your Music
Ihe Best Ever
ART FREEMAN
ORCHESTRA
STROLLER
TRIO OR
FULL ORCHESTRA
rl'e, hure on Request
775 So. Shore Dr., Miomi Beoch
866-4266
TOO can be Sim ( th* IfST at -
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MIAMI
VILLAS
toe DEER RUN 835-1911
GILDED DRAGON
RESTAURANT
THE BEST CHINESE fOOD IN MIAMI
BEACH. WE CATER TO PARTIES
AND A1SO HAVE TAKE OUT
StRVICt
Specializing in Cantonese Food
Serving From 11:30 A.M. 11 P.M.
601 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531 9984
WHY
LSD
TRY
LFH
GET HOOKED ON OUR BIG
BREAKFASTS OR OVER STUFFED
SANDWICHES ALSO JUICY STEAKS.
LITCHFIELD
FARM HOUSE
3S2S N.W. 7th St.. MIAMI
LUNCHEON from 85c
SIIVID FROM 11.41 A.M.
DINNER from $2.35
79th ST. CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH 865 866;
kEY WEST #1 DUVAl ST. O 296 8558
I' LAUD. 17* ST. CAUSEWAY 525 6341
TONY'S FISH MARKET RESTAURANTS
**.-. I *AtkiNO SPACI ON rilMISIS
MORRIS I RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasion*
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Established* In 1915

OH* *
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 1-3987
PARKING ML" "
FACILITIES BEACH
SOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT
OPEN FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE
PHONE 538-5401
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The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
Fcr be New and C rent In Our A/ .-- Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre
Visit Our New Cocktail toungt
EL MATM IMO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Sp.ci.lty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Oven 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
|2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
Prince Hamlet Inn
B/Si V) V- FJLVD
(11-3 PM)
i M )
I iti
PRIME HI RISE
CORNER PROPERTY
SANS SOUCI AREA
l-B-l Zoning. ilS stones) l.(
icris. Water m 4 swtr en
property. Call
CAMAROTA LINOSTROM
REALTY. INC. 361-5757
7CE Crjndon Blvd.
1 !! t lit .. ,t
INCOME
PROPERTIES
) '. porot sinyi. wood frame
homes side by side I, 4
I RU 2 buths. 2. 2
room' 1 bath 55,000 down
C $18,500. Terms. 693-
1069 or v.rie owner 8025
N.W. 14th Ploce, Miami 3i
i-1/ Floridu.
FOR SALE
10 UNIT MOTEL
Very octive, close in Tamiami
Trail corner. Elderly owner
must retire. Clean attractive
rooms. Asking $50,000 with
easy terms.
REALTOR TOM PERRY
6031 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida 33144
Phone 667-8896
GROCERY
FOR SALE
Grossing over $300,000. Es-
tablished 40 years. Cosh re-
quired only SIC,000. S-l 2.-
OOC net ottei all expenses'
Hurry! Onoelievoblc
opportunity! Coll Mr. Turrist,
Associate
KEYES CO. 44th Year
REALTORS
Kendall 647 5603
"Keystone Pe;nt B-o ,
WATERFRONT
Home Dock Heated r
lovely 3 bedroom 2 2 be*
with eat-in ki/chen, f0rm,|
dining room, central heo! ,,
oir, carport. Priced rlgfe
good terms.
WILLIAM BREST
REALTOR
14647 N.W. 7th Avenu?
Phono 685-3566
HARRY W. BEYER
Marcus Post, JWV
Taps Harry Beyer
li ry \VBeyci funcra
reel u .' ith 'ow inoi nl IV n-
ters live i
i i i for a irt

mat r of the Col I
Post ol
II ...
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.

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: i Imai
., ; iarteimasti t
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Ladies An*

Greens I
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; '.'. Mohan
until inati
l. ,i. Imai i mductrcss
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Das is. Ksth r Winsl
Schm idei. U uat<
North Miami Beach
Elects Lapham Mayor
A :[ II. u
. uuii.-ilmcn were
recent North Mi'imi Beach
cilmanic race
I >,-i\ ill l .apham. soi
North Miami Beach Mayoi Harrj
Lapham, will fill the position ol
mayor Joining incumbent council-
men Jamea Reardi n and I i
I.i \ \ are In Inx < Moss <" Milton
Rubin and Anthony I >. I oi ar Us
LEARN PROFESSIONAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
EARN
$15,000-25.000
pe,- yeor
10,000 daily and weekly newspapers, 6000 ad
agencies and otSer publications buy 300,000
photographs per week.
Sfudy Wi.'h Professionals
Learn: Advertising Photography
Photojournalism
Color Photography
Fashion Photography
Portriature
Industrial Photography
SPANISH CLASSES ALSO STARTING
PHELAN SCHOOL of PHOTOGRAPHY
147 Giroldo Avenue, Coral Gable*
PHONE 444 7531
0ft.
Sq.
U.S.
$3,695-130 H.I'. NoKo
$3,795- 155 11. IV
OFFSHORE 0V DOUBLE HUH f 3ER
CLASS TEMPERED SAFETY GLASS rVINO-
SHIELD SLEEPS 4 FOAM 50 GLS
GAS TANK MARINE HARDWARE LIFT
RINGS SOLID RUB RAILS INTERNA-
TIONAl LIGHTING COMPLETE MOTOR
FINANCING AVAILABLE.
We Ml A Complete Pickooe
f.uioment tor your Boot cf ..I, SI95.
CARIBBEAN FURY BOAT FIBERGLASS
REPAIR MANUFACTURE
836-3621
MIAMI. FICUCA
mnw ':-d $1
3-
I
HERE YOU CAN ...
IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM -1 BATH APTS.
1 BEDROOM -lft BATH APTS.
514,590 TO S23.990
i
PAYr
118
00
-'.
JUNE 1969 OCCUPANCY
Phone 891 1533
Kitch.ns by 44xytnorvnJt"
3 BLOCKS WEST 0C I BLVD.-N.E. I26HIST.


liday. May 2, 1989
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SELL YOUR BOAT
600 USED BUYERS
OUR LOT
Marineland, Inc.
"hone 891-3811
CARIBBEAN
BUILDING
CUTLER-RIDGE CENTER
Offices imoll and to 3,000
Sq. Ft., oir-cond. Full services.
U.S. No. 1 Caribbean Blvd.
Phone 661-1136
,
20 ACRES
GOOO HIGH LAND WEST
Of STATE ROAD 27.
SlaOOPER ACRE
GOOO TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
11 3S N. Krome, Homestead
247-0857,
247-8788
DRY CLEANING
WHAT?
e- md fmai
WHERE
. u | n st. m o s1
r aqu

id work -1
n tt contf ^J con.
HOW?
B .i. <. 'eei Mf .ind eon-
teoi n -.noosing tne BEST
Wi t< .nur- .or future
'"'
WHO?
WHEN-NOW!
THE ANSWER!
*9tt all your needs and
ovides a compltt "turn-
opining for a minimum
\" investment of 110.000.
\ The Bttt Time To Get
BETTY BRITE
Dy CLEANING
- ^ANCHISES
- -ocationt Avj Mule
NOW in Hollywood.
u':-'OII and SOfl
- /rfrite:
BENMARC
EQUIPMENT CO.
N E 1 street
V ami. florid*
Oil 945.3677
HEY
LOOK 'EM
OVER!
SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF
SEABIRD BOATS
V-185
TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
I HT CMSM.T
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17M1 MSUriE IIYI.
4M2M
SOUTH WEST
MIAMI HOMES
CORAL GABLES
3 NEW HOMES 3 BEDROOMS,
2 BATH. GARAGE ond CEN-
TRAL a:r
KENDALL AREA
3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH,
BIG POOL, 2 CAR GARAGE,
CENTRAL AIR.
> 2 ACRE. $38,000
BUSINESS LOTS
BIRD ROAD FRONTAGE
96 x 23C-
OFF B'RD ROAD
96 116 WITH HOME
FARA REALTY
Broker
9601 BIRD ROAD
Phon 226-4221
GET IN THE
FUN BUSINESS
NC FRANCHISE FEE
SIC,500 Initial Investment
Active managemen, required
Old Fashion Ice Cream Shoppe
with birthday party room
45 Florida Shoppes Operating
Training and
Merchandising Aids
Excellent income earnings
MIAMI
FV. MYERS
TALLAHASSEE
DIPPER DAN
P. 0. Box 258
Miami, Fla. 33133
CITRUS INVESTMENT
WITH NO MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS
100 acres producing, SO acres readv to tint, 430 acres fcr
[future eipansion. Production 1 markr-tinr. by one of nations
(oldest and most reliable firms. Possible 10 year terms.
JAM l'.S i;. C'.RITMP. r iv i/i-oH
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) '3 5726
MffieT3E.-3SST-\
lew ^'iimnicr t\*.itc-
STARTING MAY 1st, 1969
FENIMORE APTS.
Pulmonettes
Efficiencies
Bedrooms
1200 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 531-7939
S40 Month
S50 Month
S60 Month
**
I MARINELAND SALES INC. J
w 12965 Bucajne Blvd. Rtrth Humi .
T ISI-MII 0h .. It s Ml. "f*
$698
THUNBER 18
* SEAMAC 15
*{! $595
{[THUNBER 17
*
K
* s995
THUNBER 20
$1,388
THUNBER 21
s2,995
THUNBER 21
$5,795
+THUNBER 23
+ s6,450
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'10,000 TEN YEAR REDUCING TERM
MINIMUM ISSUE $15 OOO
AGE............................35 40
ANNUAL PREMIUM............234 307
Lot! 5 yrt level death ben. In, 25*.
te.Auj of tKo imtiol omount.
310 rV I, /, !,,,,., 441-4461
'- toncf'i-Stefn fnsuionce Agency
45
426
MAKE OFFER
10 ACRES
Less Than One Mile From
DORAL COUNTRY CLUB
Asking $25,000.00
Good Terms
Call FRANK CATANIA
688-6616
WEBB REALTY CORP
11575 N W 7th A.e
MirjMn Fla
SNACK VENDING
ROUTE
PART TIME-FULL TIME
Own and operate a com ope-
rated vending route close to
your home and turn your
spare time hours into in-
come.
50o PROFIT
WITH THE NO. 1
NATIONALLY
ADVERTISED
PRODUCTS
No Experience necessary as
company will obtain all loca-
tions for you.
No Experience necessary as
company will obtain -all loca-
tions for you
START SMALL
GROW BIG
Small initial cath investment
it required, secured by equip-
ment. The company will pro-
vide financing on the ex-
fantion of your business.
For personal appointment in
your area wr.te Verdaii
Dstr Co 8977 Coral Reef
Drive. Mi.imi. Fla. 33158,
Phone 233-1252.
VENDALL DISTR. CO.
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'Vj- for tennis lovers"
Play tennis to your heart's content on lighted courts. Absolutely free. Al-
ways plenty of partners ready to join you. Beginners welcome! Move in
June 1st. You'll be glad you did.
Minutts From:
Ocean beaches 3 min,
Bal Harbour shops 2 min.
ay Harbor islands 2 min.
Surfside shopping 3 min.
iscayne Blvd. 2 min.
1-95 5 mm,
LUXURY FEATURES
Acoustical Soundproofing
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Color .coded baths
Color-coded kitchens
Private lonai balcony
Olympic pool Sundeck
Health Ckib two Saunas
ONE-TWO BEDROOM
RENTAL BARGAINS
ONE
BEDROOM
1 \i BATH
$
two e
BEDROOM 9
2 BATH
175
229
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1800 SANS SOUCI BLVD.
NORTH MIAMI FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1577
ONE & TWO BEDROOM
MODELS NOW OPEN!
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Fiiday. May 2.
Martin Grtrnbtrg Robert Schulman
LARRY Mil II i;
Larry, the son of Mr. anil Mrs.
Fred Miller, 9216 Harding Aw.
SurfMde, will bo Har Mitzvah at
the 8:45 a.m. services of Temple
Ner Tamid Saturday morning.
May 3.
Larry is a student at Ner Tamid
Ri ligious School and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
A reception will be held at the
Twelve Caesars in honor of the
eeltbrant.
Among the out-of-town guests
will be Mrs. Nora Weisblatt. Lar-
ry's grandmother, and his aunt.
Mrs Aiiene Spiro, from New York.

JEAN BBCKBB
At the 8:15 p.m. service! of
Temple Beth Tov Friday, May 2.
Jean Aida, daughter of Eugene
ind Catherine Becker, 6560 S\V
26th St., will conduct the services
recite the Haftarah when she
ih com s Has Mit/vah.
Jean is nn honor student at West
imi Junior High School, where
is in the st venth grade.
Foflowihg the service, an Oneg
31 ibbal in honor of the celebrai I
v. hosted by her parents.
mg the out -of-town g u sts
cted to attend are Mr. and
A i'hail, s Beclcer ,)t Forest
Hills N V

GAIL STEIN
Gail liit nda daughter of Mr.
Mrs i ) i Id Stein, will be
Mitzvah i B el An
i Sal ii i.-i;. Ma) l
tudent al Wi si Mi i
i:. S i *here she is
i le,
Following thi si rvici s, a
will held in honor ol the
MIRIAM OROSHNIK
Mn lam Bel .; Mr.
' im '. I Oi ishnik,
ca \\. Coral G ib es, will
i Mitzvah at Beth l >.
; "ongrt i atioi
2.
a seventh gi i st
I de L on Jui ior High
1 ere she plays flute ii
th< s. hool band She is a talented
il id) i i and has studied al th<
Goil Sttin Miriam Ordshnit
University of Miami's Lowe Art
Gallery
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Services will bo hotted by Miriam's
parents in her honor.
Among the honored guests will
bo Mr. and Mrs. Max Colin. Mr.
and Mrs. Jontel Cohn and their
families, and Miriam's grand-
mother. Mrs. Ix>uis Cohn. from
New Jersey; and her grandmother.
Mrs. Louis Orushnik of Miami.
* *
ROBKRT St HI LMAX
Robert Stephen, son of Mr. and
Jerome Sehulman. will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 3,
at Temple /.ion. where his father
is presently principal of the Sun-
day School and his mother is a
teacher.
Robert is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Rockway Junior High
School, where he plays clarinet in
the school band.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant "ill i"' host.-ti in his parei -
Saturday evening in the temple's
.1 hall
*
RICHARD KLEIN
At 8 IS -i m sei -. '.>' s ol I
Ner Tamid Saturday, May 3,
Richard, the son ..f Mrs Ruth
Klein, 1995 Marsi Hie Dr., M
u ; ; !., Bai
Ri ird a student al Nautilus
ir High & hi.....t< n Is Ner
T in id R ...l
A Kiddush in honor of II
brant will follow the services ai .1
a !. ception will be h. Id at the
Famous Ri staurant.

randn
ai I i.i- auni
i
\\ \> M. V IG.MAN
Wayne, Mrs.
Philip Y.
- -1 r i al Ten pie Or 0
urdaj moi i M
tudent al
he is in ih s. .
The l. serv-
ices S il ij will be host
a reception and dinner will i
hcltl at the Moi ton Towen
Among the n Intives arui tn I
t \|>ected t.. attend are Wayne's
sister and her family, l'i and Mrs
.Vtoh-Otamwirtson. Louis, of North
i'alm Beach; his great aunt and
uncle. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Jacobs ol
N. h York; Mr. and Mrs. Ii i
Margules, ol New Jersey; Mr and
Mrs Norman Fell ol New York:
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fox, and Mr,
and Mrs. Me... i Yagnlan.

CHBRTL DAMSKY
Cheryl Damsky, daughtei ol Mr.
and Mis Mark Bergcr, will be
Bas Mitzvah it Beth Torah Con-
gregation Fridaj evening, May 2.
Cheryl, ''.<. has been atti
the Harold Wolk Religious School
for several years, will continue
with her studies, entering the Con-
firmation Class of 1970.
Friends and relatives will attend
i an Oneg Shabbat In Cheryl's honor
following the services Friday eve-
ning.

HOWARD WINITZKY
Sat unlay morning. May 3. at
Beth Torah Congregation. Howard,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kmantiel
Winitzky, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah,
Howard, who will enter the Con-
firmation Class of 1970. has been a
student at the Han.1.1 Wolk Re-
ligious School for a number of
;. ars
Fi i< i ris and relatives will help
the Winitzk) famih celebrati il
i Kiddush in Howard's hi
low Ing the sei \ ices
MARK Ml < HER
Maik. the s,,n of Mr ar i Mrs
Lloyd Wucher, will I
Vit ah Saturd
it Beth Toi itioi
I
Scl I \ i
the Coi
: 1970

MARTIN GREENBERti
n of Mr. ai
will '.
Wometco To Show Sinai Commando*
h as Mil
il i oi Nori
* si lent at l
R s S ...
Funior High So!

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An ong tin til Mov Ruesl
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st.II
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at the Miami B
Surf Th< atre.
For the armchah .1 \ otei
in ., ah :c in Safari" c u
ii ,-.' Mi. Viami.
"a11 '. unftn.: "ts'
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rhe I.ion m W'int r." ,
w.tk nt the |.
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Friday, May 2. 19G9
+Jmltto fhtfdtton
Pacr 13-B
H AT HAS K. SPfCTOff
Triple Installation
At Beth Kodesh
Slated On Sunday
Rabbi M.ix Shai>iro will conduct
a triple installation of officers anil
Uiani mcmNTs, the- Sisterhood
and Mm's Club of Both Kod.sh
SynacoEUc at 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Cantor Ben Dickson will offer
a musical program, and a buffet
supper in the auditorium will fol-
low the installation ceremony with
A. Goldman (ucsidinR. A highlight
of the venttig will be a prcsinta-
t ion to Styti Sohulwolf. honorary
president ho has served the con-
prcrat ion-five consecutl\r years.
N.ithan K. J3r*H-tor. founder-
j)rcsident of the Venetian Nursing
[Home aid former director of the
I >"orida Nursing Home Associa-
tion, will be installed as president
<: the congregation. Active in
[many organizations in the com-
|nHmity. he is a former president of
the Men's Club and is a .'12nd de-
(TM Mason.
Mis Sam Portin. a life momhcr
if the American Medical Center
rho participates in many commu-
nity artivitir-s. will be installed as
Sisterhood president. Taking his
|K)sition M president of the Men's
Club will be Ben Wise.
Sally Mintzer, 73,
Resident 40 Years
A Miami area resident for 40
y- ars, Mrs Sa'iy Mintzer, 73. of
4000 Collins A\c. Miami Beach,
died Ki iday.
With her late husband. Max,
Mis Mintzer had been an active
; ioneer In Greater Miami ij
h She was a member of
Hadassah and actively supported
the National Children'! Cardiac
l |i cpital.
- survived by tun -.
llerman "f Mi and Joseph, of
Freeport, Bahamas; three daugh-
t< rs, Mrs. Jeanette Schulman ami
Mis l Hi, | Fin Nil' of Miami, and
Mis. Helen Halpern of Sarasota;
twu brothers, MordecaJ Rissmanof
Isra. I and Joseph (Unman and a
sister, Rachael, of Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil; 13 grandchildren and one
great-grandchikL
Services were held Sunday at
Gordon Chapel, interment was in
Woodlawn Park Cemetery,
DALIET1
ill of '' fl..! Avi>, M li
'1 .t\\ \ TueMl.it II. i- survived >,\
h fa I Intel r M i: son I.. u
i taajatar r > Hi
' 'in-trr Pa. .on) '. in.....I. i Idren
Mi was a nvm' i ill T. in-.I. I -no I.
'i ,...- i .it-.
11 uai r Mih io.'I m aa .i mi mhi i nl
-i-i hoard of directors of ihi win
\-'I-. ,il Hervlci
i.,. in Phllad
l ii mi. hi. b) III
:hwartz
I
Harbor d p
me hen
, v* York Hhi m .1 i-\
L r ii- h i p.-. Wtlltai i i M
11 Mai I: dprma i \i 111 t i h
j,. i i 11.
r lla l'r.iir< r .ill of
la mi H--.K -ii Funeral rwrvU**i w*r%
ri'i u '-i.i\ from T n
Ju* with iTilirm.nl in Mi
Ii \ l-. in* nl- 1> Ki\ < I
.( I
TTEL
- .i of i M M'-i Idl in \ v
I :. ... h i .i -.( iwr) H IU1
shi- bad no id* her h< un* in
MWt SO yeai
N ^" *' Phi la i ur\ i\. i i.\ ..
TV Ital of \v. i
hi | Mn | \
Hn vi-im. 1
i' 7 grandcl lldn .. s.
l i ;,... i. i
U in.-rit in Ml Nrbo i
Khiva will t v. .1 ,ii ii .
i Mi and Mi B*
\, 131< BW W stiv.t
Flagler Opens 39th
Campaign Monday
Fabulous Flagler returns to the
Greyhound raeini; scene Monday.
opening its 88th campaign with a
doubli header an ll-race after-
noon card which gets under way
al l :15 p.m. ami the 8 p.m. 'sec-
ond" .'(9th Inaugural oh opening
night.
[sadore Hecht's greyhound show-
plaee is more international than
ever; a kennel from Great Britain
is now on the roster of 32 contract
kennels.
Flagler officials, headed by gen-
eral manager Marshall Parsons.
have taken advantage of a 16-
' month layoff to provide more en-
joyment and comfort for the fans.
An Upper mezzanine in the grand-
stand has been opened, and a per-
j manent canopy over the clubhouse
entrance has been constructed for
protection from the elements.
The richest stakes of the season
Will Ik- the $100,000 International
Classic, a month-lone, elimination
event the final ot which will be
run July 19.
A new betting gimmick has been
added, too. The. Bir. Perfect a will
be wagered on the last two rac-s
of each program. Single race per-
fect* ami quuiiela betting contin-
ues, as well as the traditional Win,
Place and Show betting and the
Daily Double.
LEGAL NOTICE
Services Held For
Morris Rubin, 84
Morris B. Rubin, a charter mem-
ber of Beth David Congregation
and of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, died Monday at the age of
84.
A native of Rumania. Mr Rubin
came to Florida when he was 17
years old. After working in a Key
West store, he came to Miami and
opened his own business. The Hub
dry gixxLs store on Miami Avenue,
in 1914.
A member of the Scottish Rite
Temple and Biseayne Bay Lodge
No 134 FA AM. Mr. Rubin Hved
.it 2899 Collins Aw.. Miami Beach.
Survivors include his wife. Bes-
sie; iwo daughters, Mrs. Millicent
P.. Idner of Miami Beach and Mrs
Lillian Swiren of Coral Gables; a
son. Arnold, ol Miami Beach; 14
ren and two gr< at-
grandchildn n
s. i vici s i n held Wedni s laj
The Riversidi on Alton Rd
M iaml i a. Interment u as In
Mount Ni i> i". metery.
CARLSON. I la M \V
..ill.si \..i*i. Miami Kuneml H
COLD. Joapph w .-: :.! Mvrldlan
Ui- HIv< rlil< h mi. ni Ml \. bo
GOLDBERG !:->.r it, I2S \ K
II7th 81 North Miami Fui
Horn*
Goodman, i: v \\ 1701 '... k.. n Si .
Hollvwood Riverside Interment Ml
S
Littman. Bva It -! Weal I: i v
li irbor I>r Rlvernlde Inti 11
BERNSTEIN. .1... s 77 Pal
Avi i .' > lei Rlveraldi Inlei
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WOLFF, lu \ \ w
S' Hiv. !. Intern n "f
Emory University junior Mitch
Strumpf, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Strumpf. 5700 SW 89th
Ave., has been elected vice
president of the university's
College Council for the 1969-70
school year. An Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity member at Emory,
Mitch is on the Honor Council
at the university, and is one of
its representatives to the Na-
tional Student Association.
Miam Beach Home For Aged
Installs New Slate
Mrs. Joseph v.. Keiser will be
installed for the eighth time as
president of the Hebrew Home for
the ArihI of Miami Beach in the
Algiers Hotel Wednesday noon.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled by Mrs. Betty Appelbaum
are Mrs. Helen Hornstein. Mrs.
Sarah Bui kin. Mrs. Anne Rea-
back, Mrs. Sarah Levin, Mrs. Ray
l.ieberman and Mrs. Murray Kos-
toff. vice presidents; Mrs. Nathan
Rifkin. treasurer; Mrs Abe Sing-
I er. financial and membership sec-
retary, and Mrs. Dorothy Singer,
recording secretary.
Corresponding secretaries of the
Board of Directors include Mrs.
' Ray Simon. Mrs. Lillian Timnsend
and Mrs. Anne Sleeker.
Mrs. Jack Starr is president of
the chapter.
Concerts Slated By
Shlomo Carlebach
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, folk
siiu'ii and guitarist ol world re-
known, will make three appear-
ances in the Miami area next
wei k
i n Sunda1 Rabbi ('arli bach
will I*' at Temple Beth Sholom,
Hollywood, at p.m He will en-
'. lain th si ni. nis of Ner Tamid
in is School and other temple
children of the area at a concert
Tin sdav afternoon, and give a per-
formance at 8:00 that evening in
Hillel House at the University of
Miami.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-6879
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'U'.U Ifl \ ZA.Mi MA,
Plaintiff,
i
PARA DORA ZAMORA,
I l.f.niLiin.
TO PARA I" IRA ZAM< >R \
Alameda Xo
Vi!!., (iranada
Rio Pledran
I'l BRTl RIC......92S
You, PARA DORA ZAM<>RA an
' rebj m lined lhal .. BUI ..i Com-
plain! for I llvoi filed
Hcainm jrnu and you are nuln >l to
. i \. .i npy of your Anin er 01 I". .,.|
mi: i" il. Kill .it I'omnlalnl 01 Ihi
I'l.nniiff'N attorney L&STICR ROfl
BBS, ESQ. 999 N W Mih Street
Miami. Florida M1M ami file the
original Answer or Pleadlna In Ihe
i.fflre of ihi Clerk of ill. Clrrull
Court on or before the ..ill daj "i Juni
ISSS If yi.u fall in ili. ao, Judgment
bjr .1. fault uill i.. taken ,,t.. nal you
for th<- nil. f demanded In the BUI of
Complaint
TIum iii.tin- *h*ll I..- pubUahed once
earn wreak for four ronaerativi w.....
in TUK .1KW1SII PtjORIPIAN
ntlNB AND ORDERED ..t Miami
rii.nda this :'4th .lay ..f April A I>
SI
E It LBATHBRMAK, Clerk
circuit Court, l>adi County, Plorida
By: C P i-Hl'KUMi
Deouty nirk
(Circuit Court Saali
I.l-a*TKIl ROOER8. KSU
Ml N W Mth Btrei i
Miami, Plorida SS1M
Attorn, y for Plaintiff
I :-!>-iii-;3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 696969
i KI.I.A PR A N K
Plaintiff. j. I
181 "All FRA.Nlff^
I i.-f. mlii nt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOrJ
Tl I .Si \ I. KRA.N K
IMS ISartli Id Road
Ba d, 'In,, inn'
VI ll" ARE HEKEin \> iTIFIED
thai ; Dlvnrei i 'omplalnl I..,
riled asainal you and you an requir-
ed i" -. ,,f your Ah ..
or I'l.a.liiif on thi Plaintiff's attori yi
TAI.IANi IFF ft w \II.i:k. 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami lleach, Florida and
file Ihe oriirli or Pleadina
in the Offh of ihi Clerk ..f thi ir-
i-ull Courl .ni or bi for June 2
ntherwlw .1 Default will be enti
attalnvl you.
i' \'ii;n m ami, Florida
daj ol \|.ii| .
E H 1 BATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit nun
Dade i '.u iii Florida
B) M !: I'.. i.NSTEIN
Deputy Clerk
9-1C-SI
\h\> il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICB IS HEREBY niVEN that
ih. un.li r.mm ,1. dealrtna i. enftaci n
business under the nctitious nami of
RAINBt >W BAR m N K ,4i|,
Street, Miami, Kl.i Intend! to
said name erith Ihe i-irk >.f ii
cull <"..uri .' Dadi 'out ti Plorida
LEWIS l s \NTIl.li
l" \ E Mth Street
Miami. Florida
KEStt Fit MASSEY
A BECKERMAN
Attorm y for
LEWIS .1 d WT11.1.I
49S Kittmorr U .. v
Miami. Florida 331.14
5 I-9-M-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the uiid. rsir-o .I deslrlnc i. enaaae :
business undo thi fictltloiui naint (,f
MICKBY'8 CLEANER and SHIRT
LAUNDRY at 1X41 NK li.ird Street
North Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to resri5liT said ii.iiih with Ihi Clerk
..f ihi- Circuit Court of l>di. County.
Florida.
M'HSTov KRAPES
GERALD S1I.VKP.MAN
Attorney for Aiipluant
II Kinsley Hmidina.
Miami. Florida
r. S-t-16-23
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 69-7130
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KENNETH l< Rt >MIN BS
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n \i:n \i:a 1. ROM INKS

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thai 1 C. implalnt for I ll\ in hai. '
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NOTICE NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME i-AW
M 'TICK IS HKUKin GIVEN ll
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under th< I u
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Count) Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi* uniJ.rMKti.il. di 1 ng t.. enajairi
business under thi- fictitious name "1
ROBIN'S BUILDING BNTFHI'ltlS-
BS ai :..... Sunset Drive, South Ml I
F'..ri.|a Intend to reftlster said i
with th.- Clerk 1 ih. r-. uii Courl of
I '.ol. Count) Florida
AUGUSTA KAI.KIN
II \l(\ I'N A M-
EL1.EN AMSTER
ST l.NI I II RICH KRD
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NOTICE BY PLBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCER-.
No 80-7142
SUIT FOR DlVORCt
1- Mi 'Tii\ I. .;i:i:\ii:i:
P Miff.
I
HARRY I. GRENIER
1 .. ..
T> HARRY I. GRENIER
Edit! .1.
I Fui
Uriah Ion Mass
You IIAKK1 I.
hen Ii) not il led ''
Dlvorci hat 1 .. n filed
I- -. u and \ 11 ..' u '
v. \. a copy ol youi \
1 1 ng Io Ihe Bill of Con
on ih. I'l.uiiiiif attorm 1 I .- H
It" x-.EKS BSy 999 N \v Mth
sir. 1 :. Miami Floi .1
file Ihi orlsTlna in r PIi
Clerl 1 1
. un Court on or I.. . .. (th da)
1 .In. .-. 1969 II you l.iil in .1
ludtrmi ni li) id '..uii ill be
afjalnsl you for in.-
1
This notice -I ..II I |iuh .1 .
m .. i. for four
in Thi .1. \. I
DONE IXU 1 Ml iKKI I il .V am
; 'i || April AD
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' rcuIt Court mtv, Floi Ida
B) I llil'KI AND
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1
LESTKII
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Florida
IN THE C I R C L lT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN \D FOR
DADE COUNTY
NO
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
4.RTHI K Mt Ml
i
SAB F.I 1 E Ml MEN' '
I tlant,
>. ISAKBI.I 1: Mi MEN.....
ktel \ I:
"1, New Y01 1.
i ..in ,..-\. 1 to thi omnla In1 lot .1.
voi with ih- clerk ol Ihe
court and servi
MAN COHEN BStJ
is Blda lorlda on nr
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Ills will L. t&l......
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ol ih. "11. 11" < '.ui I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY 111 CHANCERY
No. 696106
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,H I8E I 1MB BI-ANCt I
Plaintiff
VI
YENERANDACABRERA BLANCO
Defendant
. Tl 1
VBNERANDACABRERA BLANCO
Residence I'nknown
You. Veneranda Cabrara Klanca,
0. I., r. h) 1.1 '.. .1 thai a Hill of
Compta. t for Divorce has l.^en filed
afralnat you, and you ara required to
serve I cop) of your Ain-\wr or Plead-
mr io thi Kill of iVmnlaint on the
Plal itiffs attorney, MKKKKRT TKLL-
EH ESQ., lltin n \v i.iih Avenue.
Miami Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Circuit Courl on or tw-fore the
ilth day of June. ISSt If you fail to
I., s... tudement by default win be
taken aaralnst you for ihe relief de-
1 '..l m the nil of Complaint
This notice shall he published OOCI
each ".'ii for four consecutive, waaki
in THE JEWISH FKMIIHAN.
PONE AND 1 iHPK.KKD al Miami.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 87928-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN AND FOR fiAnF COt'NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 83185
JOHN R BLANTON
RE Estati '
FANNIE SHAN PI ELD
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN "THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
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NOTICE UNDER
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Miami, Florida
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ft* Great Art Masteroieces
Will
TfiuHtaiu NEW 5IZEL.NEW PICTURES
itTMiimii EACh WEEK
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
SAVE 26< ON THIS FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL!
TOP U S CHOICE-US GOV'T GRADEC-U S GOV'T INSP WESTERN BEEF CUTS----------
CHUCK STEAKS o 69c
SHOULDER STEAKS I09
CALIF. ROAST 89
Ground Beet__________3 $143 | Sliced Beef Liver__________49c
(3 (food 76t?4 Come 'Ptom. '?(o>U Indian River Oranges lO 39
Salad Size Tomatoes 29
Crisp Celery Hearts..""z}"r..3J:"39
rOPOUALITY IMPORTED BLACK S%* GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA
Barlinlca Gropes l 39c I Plump Asparagus 29
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FOOD
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SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECT.vE THRU SATuROAY. MA-
AT AIL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICM'S STORE
ErcI.j.1 "9 Koi'>f Markets
Save MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR FREE BONUS *'TM EACH PUR '-
FRESH CAUGHT
Florida Bluefish....... 35
FRESH CAUGHT
Florida Mackerel......,. 35c
FLORIDA IA0E FOOD FAIR OR BREAKSTONES
Cottage Cheese
SAVE 2tC
{ CMIFFON STICK
Soft Margarine ___'#& 39c
SAVf tx S\
Philadelphia Cream Cheeset. 33c
SAVt ?0" AMfl AN
Kosher Franks or Knocks llo 79c
49
FLAVOR-KIST
4 INI
SALTINES
Sunshine Krlspy
Nabisco Premium
Keebler's Zesta
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AV6 6, FlOMOA v \.)F HO SUN* #fcAc
hire Orange Juice > 37
SA.t HO _'.. 4*0'S.
Chunk Liverwurst 13
Grade "A" Eggs maTVr
Mlmeat Sliced Bologna
BANANA CAKE
FOOD FAIR
LMT ME MX. EITHER BRAND PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF 5 OR MORE. E XCLUDING CIGARETTES
FLORIDA FOOD PRODUCTS WEEK FEATURES'
HALF
LAYER
SAVE IRC
Del Monte Fruit Drinks
CRAPE 0RARGE
BERRY PI RE APPLE
s-oz.
FRUIT PUNCH
REGUL AR OR
ITALIAN
STYLE
SAVE t-DEL mOnTE
Cat Green Beans
VITAMIN PACKED
Del Monte Spinach
'6-OZ. $
CANS
1
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DETERGENT
49-OZ. OIANT BOX
1S-0Z.
CAN
23
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SODAS
FYIE TEX ..WHITE 01 BLUE...I.-0Z. GIANT BOX
Laundry Detergent .39c
LMT ME BOX EITHER RRAHD. PLEASE. MTM OTHER PURCHASES OF SI OR MORE. EXCLUDIR6 CIGARETTES
SAVE ISC RICH'S FROZEN
7
BOTTLED IN FLORIDA
28-OZ c
NO RETURN
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VKE9 PASTE
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PKC.S
OF 6
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Cookin' Bags 8 *******
Asst'd. Miami Bagels
SAVf. B< v n [f HAAO U
Frozen Orange Juice
3
PA<
2
4
5 Of $
PKGS.
69s
49*
1
Svwict 'DeliccUc44pt>
AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE COU*Tt*S
ALL CHEESE ANO LUNCH MEATS ARE
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
WISCONSIN FINfSt Ail C
Domestic Swiss Cheese 99
SAVf !0< OlD 'ASHION SIYlt __
"Black Forest" Liverwurst 89
SAVE 40c ,18 If AN CO
Cooked Corned Beef la. 59
SAVE 40c 18 SUCfO ^H(
nova Scotia Loi -*. u 79
SAVf I0< OEIK.IOUS Ovi MAM %J*<
Pickled Herring i *ch 39
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Miami. Florida Friday. May 2. 1969
Sec .
ibUz WASHINGTON AVLNUE. MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA 532-5441


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Independence Day Message
Israel's Desire For Peace
And Security
Tti:- mi the Si Me of tsrai
commemorate* the annnrrsar)- of iU
pendencc w^iilc peace is Still absent from our
onuntry and our border*. The mciters and
the incited among our neighbors continue to
believe that hatred and terrorism are the
mission of their generation, and the long
chapter of Israel's nulitary victories has not
yet shaken their leaders' mistaken convection
that they will attain their goals by means of
attacks from ambush and onslaughts upon
peaceful citizens. Yet all these acts of de-
struction and all this poisonous til-will havo
not arrested even for a day our economic,
scientific and cuhuraj development of the
land. Indeed constructive activity within the
land and for the land ha grown mightily since
the marvels of the Six Days and the great
awakening thereafter among Jews every-
where Creative forces long stored up within
us have now begun to open new horizons for
our future.
It is pn-ci-rly m these days that the great
powers are conducting discussions about our
I.ill- without our participation, in their effort
to h.lp the nations ot this region to enjoy the
blPMingl of pnape, as it wit.-, without actual-
ly attaining it. Thus these have become for US
daj* oi new trials, since our fo<>s haw deter-
mined to Inflame the situation on our bonier*
and mike peace even more inaccessible Yet
neither attack! launched from near nor plans
- | |b
data ui Wi will con! i i was
r ceasing to wield our working tools Mor
should ai weaken in jut f.uth that a tune >:
-> peration and fruitful mutual unuerstanding
will yet come to our region.
TKSTS AND TRIALS AHEAD
Many and difficult are the tests and trials
til] awaiting us, but they, too. we may be
certain, will be endured by our people with
inner unity and patience, rcadmess to mi-et
all tests, determination never to return to a
life of dependence and disgrace Now. more
than aver, our people are firmly convinced
That what we desire and what all our region
truly needs is a peace that will assure us of
llOCUrlty. Any arrangement whatsoever that
do-s not do this is no more th.in a snare
preklde to renewed warfare.
As we celebrate this anniversary of Israel's
freedom, the hearts of all of us turn in bless-
ing to our settlers In border areas, to our de-
fenders throughout the Land, to our brothers
and sons facing enemy forces along the length
of our borders, in the north and in the Golan
Mills, by the Jordan and the Rid Sea and near
the ("anal, in every corner when- dang*r lurks
Let the iheltering and protective hand he
blest
/. \l.M \\ <*H \/ \n
I'resiilent 01 I- .,
I-TI\ \l for r \TIKK JBWUfl I'KOPl.r
ihi thii festive day of ours which is
festival Jewish people fraternal
bleat faith and encouragement, go
forth to the scattered children of our people
throughout the world, whose hopes are our
hopes as our concern is their concern M-u
they he as firmly united as the nation in the
homeland, may they stand with us. dour and
vigilant guarding our joint future.
Our warmest wishes must be ejsprrv-ed
today, too. to the newcomers who have been
reaching Israel from many lands, some of
them newly become sources of AJoya. May
their pangs of adjustment be borne with pa-
tience and success May they, having come in
the midst of storms, be happily ab&orbrd
among us and swiftly meet with tranquil days
And this Indepcndynce Day of Israel, a
holiday dear to .ill groups and ages, eommu-
nities and localities of Israel's citizens, will
we truM. bring the hearts of men and pcopl*-.
closer to each Other and the land itself nearer
to times of serenity and security, brotherhood
and fruitful labor, freedom and peace
May the Savior of Israel protest his people
and watch over his inheritance
S lyar 5738
Apiil 23, i.r,9
Call Ls Today.
For All Your
Travel Needs
\IAKE YOUR
RESERVATIONS EARLY
VOLPE TOURS
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Phone 532-7326
5880 Bird Road, Miami
Phone 665-6289
\*-^onq rat illation?
to tlto
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WALDMAN and
LANDESMAN
FAMILIES


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1969 ISRAEL'S 21st
ANNIVERSARY YEAR
SHALOM
to the state of
on
their 21
years
of remarkable growth
u R! D I N E 'S


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Unlit fkr Hi jr
Friday. May 2 ".:-.
J. basic needs, Kl Al's pi
Morciechai Ben-Ari, told a
The Storv of Israel's El Al
\i. one must ipmenl and finan.. In- Sow York i
atjon of Ism ts share of the At-
iie airline was created tai rights afl artthii u put-
r IMS, at a Una ting it top
mark* tint i ,md metbodi iatloi lion '
adent for its ex- technical a: ,-ional a* well has maintaii
' Si standards. Pur-- >el Jai
at ions with 1 lining, sal ary of 1961. with thn
i ind the need 1 h* a
mtry and f efficients I>i<- to the ai
un-ier blockad can rely .lift.cult econorrd nt ition of Is- \. ... \ ; \.
at the time, th-e [iroblems j .,; establishing a i
had to be sol\.-.f unfer complex-Qf 9 hm.. tin*
financial circumstances ta trrdcn wltn tne f,.5t !iu:nl the world's
ritg and restrictioi on travel longest nonstop sch.-dui.-i
en contributing fa> mercial flight 5.780 itatut n
' I mi.- 730-B range
There w> \ Ms that y m.,.. a,.:. ....
a small cuntry liki Israel Mtould Al fleet 1962 and the lai
- aba to maintain an airline er,_ raft was phai I
which could competi in the ln*rr- operation In 1966 ar.-t 1*57 El i
national air market without dr..in- acquired an improved
In* th...... if th.- State, el- the TOT and the airline \;--ct>
rd< ned with The huge soon to have ten of these in opera-
task ot providing f.-id lodging. Xwn. Ttv
jobs, education and nx-d^al care ir 19fi4 r. the ; -
of thousands ol pen- personic transport aircraft w
^s immigrants from all over Uli| fi) st almost thr.-.- times th.
th. world. But the Sinai campaign lpeM] f sound thus l I -V:
m 1956 put these doubts to rest deliver; of two of them and last
when all other airlines suspended v..a, i.ramc the first airli-.- I
their flights to Israel, but El Al order the giant Boeing 74T-B a let
continued to perform its scheduled capabl.- of carrying more thar. 400
services. Pride took the-place of passengers at high speed The two
doubt, and shortly thereafter th.- T-IT-Bs ordered are to be delh
Israel government .umrait.-d Itself |n 1971. increasing Kl Al's fretght-
to the idea of building El Al into passenger capacity bv 150 percent
a major ml- -rnatiuiml airline. ... ,.___. ..
Kl Al operates three major route
Towards the end of 193T. the patt, rns the North Atlantic, be-
shar.-hold.-rs the Jeuish Agency. tw,,.n NVw york a^ Kurope- a
Zim. Histadrut and the govern- network halting Tel Aviv with Ku-
J1 ~ Anniversary Symposium on men* mad* a bold decision, to ac-' ropean capitals, and an African :
<" Aviation and El Al in Tel quire four ot the most modern air- route with weekly direct flights
A... not long ago. "It was thus craft then available Bristol Bri- from Tel Aviv Nairobi and Tel
thai Kl Al was created, and the tannia prop-Jets. At a time when Aviv Johannesburg. Rumania was
v.- .*! circumstances of its crea- all other airlines except BOAC add.i to its routes last year, and
tir have had a decisive influence '*" still flying piston-engined a direct connection h.-twr.-n East-
or ts role during the 20 years of "aft. the first ot Kl Al's n.-w (teat .-rn Vurope and the t'ruted States
it? *xistenee. ol prop-jet Britannias sped across via Burhar-st is planned. In addi-
.- view of the fact that Israel's the Atlantic on Dec. 22. 1957 to tion. 'local" routes between Tel
ypolitical position as a block- establish a new record for com- Aviv. Teh.-ran. Istanbul and Cy-
adad country is unchanged. Mr. mercial craft between New York prus atv operated
i..--Ari said, the objective of Kl and London.

MOftMCNJU UK-MI
frtiieW, If Ai lirmel
' DeHttte looses ol 9.000,000 Israel '
Ai 20 years ag to secure and] Kl Al stepped up its Tel Aviv- pounds due to the Six-Day War .
ma-'.tain the regular civil airlink
between Israel and the outside
ir time of peace and war,
v. thin the framework of the irtaxi-
profitability" remains the
todaj and in th.- forseeabie
1 -
ing its debut with a share
( tal of 2.000.000 Israel pounds,
vintage aircraft and a small.
1 ated staff operating from of-
In r Am. the airline i-<.;an
ftin ints from ail over
' I to Israel Its fust air-
-. re ix-1 Skymasters and
< Curtiss-Commandos Despite
ir.i tat -I lipmei ipital,
' drill won begai Kpanding
iti .'-- and bj 1949 was flying
' mi u s Paris In 19 it ob-
' : the larger I lions,
real Kpanded Its roul
next seven years wi re the
< an;, s lean" years T
1 it ed ma joi pi iblen
the company earned a net profit
of II. 5.6 million in the 1967-fiX
fiscal year, the tenth oanatcutrve
y. .11 (except for a strike yean in
which it declared a profit DespiU
three terrorist attacks during tis
HHlimiK 04VIOSI
Viet Prtiiinit Operation!
high profits, j- riod
-In Six*>rj ill in-
trrnattonal airlines except El Al
ed flying io ksrai I -
man. -.i its ihmt.-:-
f- nsje Foj ees I air-
!'i!.-d
les Th.- remaining 2^00 en
pioyees around th.- Ivorid k.;-' -
*.-ntial offices open amund the
clock, isoriuog doubk* shifts and
. douig double duty hostesses U--
cam.- bus drivers, office clerks
loa.k-d airplanes and manag.-m.-nt
helped clean out hangars
Together with the 'Ministry of
Tourism, the company tn-^an an
intensified campaign after the war
to give travel agents and writers
I an opportunity to see for them-
selves that Israel u a tourist at-
traction of high caliber. About two
months later the tourist stream
began, hotels found themselves
filled and the phrase "off-seaaon"
vanished from Israel's vocabulary.
Kvn the Arab hijacking of an
El AI Boeing to Algeria last July
did Hot discourage thr tourists
Both Gentile* and Jews haw dem-
onstrated a strong feeling of soli-
darity for the carrier and virtually
no passenger cancellations have re-
sulted from the terorut attacks.
Kl Al has merged as Israel's
largest single dollar-earner with
more than SU2.ooo.ono its revenue
turnover of SHO.OOn.OOO Ls eight
s that of 10 years ago \
nt ,-i.-r an line can sh> 1
al
' 'i El Al hi ,i
expandu
it arna valuable f.,?
b
its a orlil-w
I Ha advertu
moti' ictiv ities,

1II th>- oth
m-i'is :r. Israel r \
1-1 a first El ai s
ringi
it- s radio
ion j
ing
1 piigrimagei
ind
.- profltabil 1.
the most Important ..
Its Kceai fal in
m : '
il
1 d 'a' ;.
ind the
uf m
t..)k a st
uninhil 11. t growth 1 I
and fot the building
irisl nd trj thro igh -
air ti a-.-; -.I tat ion As
'.
i
k- ting based on low
affinity group far.-s on b
lines Th.- pottey ha-s
..nd the large-s<-ak> devel
air tourism to Isra-I in tl
fi\.- yean t-ars witneai t
fact
All fo.i.1 s.-rve national earner is strict!, t
\n acconlanc- with Jaariah di
laws Religious oharrvan.s
; thermor.- r.tri--U the use ot A
aircraft to 306 days a year But
through tight scheduling, a -
mum of delays and cancel*,-
Kl Al's average use will amou I I
12.44 hours dairy per aircraft a-
opposed to an industry average y.
10 hours per day.
As a consequence ot th- Ira-
matic r- in an- frright. M A. -.
ben provvting regular all--
flights and u constantly aaarrJi
for tmprov^l methods of handling
cargo. A new air cargo termu.,
should b.- ready at I^od Airport 1
1971. to speed air-cargo traffic
None of Kl Als first pilots and
f.w of its skiil.il workers w. r.- I-
1... iis But today, due to th. tra
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* Mn ist ntridliar
Friday. May 2.
Shalom Means Sharing
B> MICHAEL HAREM
Flaming torches sjm-ii out the
wbrd "Shalom", in the foreground.
group of youngsters arc dancing,
nbt the "horii" of Israel, but the
traditional tribal dances of Ma-
lawi. With joined hands Israeli
instructors and their African stu-
dents arc celebrating the end of
\vt another youth leadership
course. Soon this group of Malawi
Young Pioneers will take their
places, as did the previous groups.
as leaders in the nine training in-
stitutions and model farms their
country has established with Is-
rai Is help in graft real sinews
onto the grdWing bod) ol a young
nation.
And the Israelis- They will told
their tents and move on to a new
l. to a new group of young iti-
zens with whom thej can share
the fruits o! Ihl i: :. i \;: :
ling them in turn lo pass (he
mi ssagi on.
How and wh> loos -
tioi itsell besi t bj Lnnurru rable
: icational. political, ind -
t igi icultural a: loci nical
.: it-
ol aid in th :
\ ng co mtrn s ol Afrii I
and Soul i An i S
I
ister Abba ai
the 21st scssi led N
It is pi |s. \ in tile I '
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dries
stl ittiludcs
Dt vi tries :
city,
k usivel) on the gn at
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with
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During
period 10.500 5
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trained Isra
2.000 I-: a< ii \pei ts in \ ,n ious


I ol thi world Israel's |>ro-
i nine?
In writ
ii 1960s I .ondon Sui
'l in cs noted that if business
ilitical suppoii do
ctimes i ue to Israel
result of her aid program, never-
theless no one seeing the Israelis
in Africa could doubt their genuine
idealism and the basically con-
structive nature of their work. In-
dicative was the attitude of a
British architect who bemoaned
the general standards of African
building, and the paaMve approach
of the team trained by Israelis in
the building of Tanganyika's 11-
story Kilimanjaro Hotel. The Is-
raelis had given a three-month
crash course In the reading of
building plans. drawings. and
measurements to the Africans on
the building site The result the
building was completed tar ahead
of schedule. And to round out the
story: Israel's aid to the hotel went
ever, further an Israeli hotel
staif was sent for the fust year's
I running-in period and, concurrent-
ly, a group ol Tanganyika at-
tended a special com s, ,,i Israel's
;oven ment-run hotel stafl
school in Herzliya pre|ratorj to
replacing them.
The eons'ructioi the Kili-
Hoti is a typical ex
~
pie ot Israel's integrated project.
Ii 1s not enough, the Israelis claim.
to come in and do the work and
then 1. ave. Coming in must involve
training local workers, either on
the s|K>t or in Israel, to cooperate
with the Israeli teams, so that
when the initial commission has:
been completed, a cadre of In-
Ii rviee trained local staff is ready
to proceed to the n< Xt commission,
as independent supervlaors and
teachers.
Another example ol the inte-
grated project In operation is the
eye clinic in Monrovia. Work be-
gan with a comprehensive study of
eye dis< Bses in Liberia led by the
head ol Jerusalem's Hadassah-
Hebrew University Hospital eye
department Then, an Isra< II spe-
cialist wa> senl to establish a 30-
bed clinic and. concurrently, two
Liberian nuts .. and a doctw re-
,- ived advanced training in oph-
thalmolog) ir. the Jerusalem cen;
ti i The succi ss ol lh< Monrovia
experiment has led lo a similar
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\mm*onqfrati4iations
1969 Israel's 21st
Anniversary Year


Friday. May 2. 1969
> Mnisli FkridfiT/r
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JM SALUTES
THE STATE
OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
21st ANNIVERSARY
ANNIVERSARY YEAR
FLORIDA
May Peace
Be Within
Thy Walls
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>lewi The Ingathering Of Exiles .
Israel Absorbs Jews Of All Nations
I
I
B> AJtOC I1A1 SI.K'H
E\ 'i> other Israeli Jew was born I ise
sere and has come to the country In the pasl
years about 1.300.000 in all. Proportion-
ly this is far and away the biggest army
immigrants the modern world has knowi
vertheless, every Israeli will tell you that
r iture well-being of his country continues
end <>n a steady flow ol m wc >m< rs will-
to shan the burden of n tion-buil
ai tly, the pasl yeat has seen the rrea-
Minittrj ol In i I Absorption
until now handled solely bj the Jewish
ry body flnanci 'l bj W
i Ma-. 1' 1948, when D I Ben-G
a d the independence ol th< State ol Is-
I. came Pi ime Minisl
1.000. which imitH diatel) fo ind its. If at wai.
-. t from .-ill si.i, s by hosti and wel
.i neighbors
The Proclamation of Independence un-
rted that afternoon bj Ben-Gurion declared
The State of Israel shall be open to Jewish
migration anil the ingathering of exil *
was no empty phrase By year's end 100.000
WCOtners hail streamed in as fast as shij-is
il planes could be found to carry them. The
arred survivors of Hitler's holocaust, they
me from the displaced persons' camps in
'rniany. Austria and Italy and from other
. nips set up in Cyprus by a British adminis-
ation determined to the end of its Palestine
andate to keep the Jewish i>opiilation down.
But this was only the beginning of mass
nugration. As Israel's War of Independence
bsided and it became physically easier to get
e newcomers to the country, the human
' uol gathered momentum. If in ISMS it took
i months for 100.000 immigrants to arrive.
a similar number reached Israel in the first
I jr months of 1949 By 1951 the post-May
-48 influx totaled almost 650.000 in three
urs Israel had taken in as many immigrants
its original Jewish population
This traffic not only marked a complete
change in Israel's social structure it also
wrought a metamorphosis of the Jewish d
graphic map. In 194*. 5.7 per cent ol ttt
I's Jews lived in Isr* I I day's figure is
20 percent! In those fust years whole
m itii picked themsi lv s up ai d
m,i tallj .. ol B ilgaria's 15.000 Jews the
ancient Jewish community of Libya, mosl ol
. 131,000 J< ws, two-thirds ol Po
s rviving J- ws. one-third ol the R in
mil ai d all but a handl
ntrations '
i
1 Yemen
mitj -or1 : telling Viost of I
I rimitiv. it
ird countries of the Mi
F v. .....
. Yet hi m >rd reachi '
. was agaii i Si
[si a ail b .: 1.000 ol Y< mi n's 43.0
ii hon and tn kki d
ol miks across the deserl to neighboring Aden
from where they were airlifted to Israel In-
credibly thej were not afraid ol the
birds' because it was written in the
that the) would be taken "on the wings ol
eagles'!
Meanwnile, Israel's fli-ogling parliament
the Knesset, had enacted its first piece ol leg-
islation, Called 'Law of the Retum'*this unique
Act of Parliament made immigration one of
the State's chief aims by granting to every
Jew the right to tattle anil to acquire full citi-
zenship the moment he set foot in the country.
But it was not ennough to let the new-
comers in they needed roofs over their heads,
food, clothing, schools for their children and.
above all. work. Providing these was not eas>
and many of the arrivals soon found them-
selves in camps again, living on handouts and
still waiting for that brighter future. By Au-
gust. 1949. 100.000 immigrants vrer* accommo-
dated in such camps And as tt^ numbers
grew, so it became clear that this was no
I hitiun The immigrants must be made pro-
ductive.
The answer was a different kind of cam;
on tinned on Pag !?-<"
Friday. May 2. 195]
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on Her 21st Birthday
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twenty-pest
AnniveRSARy
the staenQth And foRtitude which have seen
isracI thROUQh the difficult foRnutive ye^RS
of imionhood will undoubtedly msuRe its
continued development and pRospeRity.
to the state of isracI And to he.R spiRitUAl dependents
cvcRvwheRO, we extend omi warivi eone,RAtulAtions.


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fjenisl fkridinr
Friday. May 2, 1963
Israeli Rambler Th*' Slor> of El Al
B) MOSIIK ^DSIIAM
Israel tourism for the month oi
arch ran 30 percent ahead of
-l year to set a new record. In
' e .'ll-.lax |x'riod. an estimated
.000 tourists entered Israel. 30
icent more than the same month
-i year Must of the bin hotels in
i e major cities reported S3 to 90
rcent oceupaiK) tor the month
i March. Kslimahs are that April
v. ill be less buay with the next big
I sh iii tourism occurring dining
.' ly and August.
["here is still plentj of mom in
l-.aei for late Spring and Sum-
er. though the onlj wa\ to be
tallj sure t down a deposit
Staying on a Kibbutz is still one
the most popular ways of get-
ti'ig to know Israel among pre-
. Ilegi ind college youngsters. The
i ill ism oi Kibhut/ seems to exert
almost irresistible pull on peo-
i looking t": "new \ alues For
i use more interested in scholar-
ip than social meaning, there is
chance to work on an archaeo-
ical dig It you can make your
n living arrangements, you maj
able t" u'< t w 'ii k on the dig at
remple Wall in Jerusalem Ai -
rding t'> word received from Is-
i-l then is no need to write or
ke reservations L'ixii arrival
in Jerusalem, the organizers of the
' dig will take care of you. Two
Weeks is the customary leiiKth of
time on an operation of this na-
ture. Iit thi" dig continues to the
end of September. The main prob-
lem is finding a place to live in
Jerusalem
The Maccabiah Games an ex-
citing athletic event attracting
world-attention, is scheduled July
25 to Aug. 7 in Israel. An esti-
mated 1.300 Jewish athletes from
33 countries will participate this
year. One of the best-known in the
United States' 26-man delegation
is the ti' 3". 280-pound Steve Mar-
cus, 21. who holds the U.C.L.A.
Shot Put record.
A newly inaugurated l-Daj Air-
Bus tour of the Sinai which is run
bj Egged and Argia. has a price
tag of only $59 and has been a
sell-out, Th< re should be room dur-
ing Maj and June however
The dramatic opening of the fa-
rad Festival will !' at David's
Citadel in Jerusalem July 31. The
Festival, which is centered in Cae-
sarea and Jerusalem, will feature
man) well-known performers. A
list oi this.- is available by writ-
ing Israel Government Tourist Of-
806 Peachtree St., N.F.., At-
lanta, Ma 30308, but tickets can
I), obtain' d onl\ in Israel
(< untiuurd trom fag* *.-*'
ing school at l.od Airport, more
than 90 percent f its employes are
Israeli. Audio-visual systems, a
Simulator Section, working models
and mockups are used here, and
Iarge-se.de commercial, adminis-
trative and managerial training la
available,
All airframe and engine main-
tenance is done at l.od Airport,
but overhauling of the Pratt &
Whitney engines in the El Al fleet
is tlone by the UrajBl
(hiKtrics The Rolls-Royre engine*
which must be tent 10 the manu-
facturer for overhaul, are attach) ri
to the wing of Boeing as fifth
engine, a process devised by an H
Al team. Bj this method the pod
can be attached or removed during
a stopover en route other new
method! and Ideal have been put
to worlt by maintenaSOl personnel.
vrhoaSessgn ofupmenMo fH a need.
There is ever) reason to believe
that during the next tieeadc Kl Al
will maintain a high pace ol devi
opment Intenaive efforts li i
field oi pass, ngi, ...,., i ., .
U'iiil: mad. and a m u i ,
turner Relations unit ban Ixvi ,,
tablished Kl Al has stated
objective is to provide indiv
izeii services wrnnrt to nor.
special VIP handling unh'..,. .,
created In New York and at i
tf Kl Af*i 90 offices aro
world. 15 are in the I'nit.v
and Japan, Australia, an: s
will soon h- ild.d jo the list r ..
Greater Miami office, a,hi
under the dinvtion of "C5;.t I
Gardner, one of Israel's first ; .
i- located at 160L> Was Mines
Miami I'.fitch
GREETINGS TO
THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS 21st ANNIVERSARY
MERICAN SAVINGS
AND 10AN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH
!
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MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE & THE AMERICAN
STOCK EXCHANGE
TAKE PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING
The Opening of Our New Office in
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
70 IBAN GIVROL STREET
With Direct Wire Service To New York
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1633 Collins Avenue
534-1545
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH BRANCH
1855 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
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Priday. May 2. 1969
The Ingathering Of Exiles
< ntinur paign. of the Sun fracas and of the brutal ro-
prvssion of the Hungarian uprising. In Uarsw.
the ma'ahan -an unattractive shantytown of economist Henryk P and his physician-wile,
canvas and tin. thrown up near the population i-|ara< were Informed, none too politely, 'hat
and employment centers, where the immigrant tnev were free to leave for Israel. The game
was given his roof, but urged to earn his bread. Ininj, was happening throughout Poland Mid
The planners held their breath. But it worked Rumania (0 thousands of urn- isity-train. d
professionals.
Israel was not consulted merely told to
provide the visas and transportation. This
academically-trained immigration posed vast
new problems. In the 1930s, when German
Jews ha<) come, many had abandoned then
sophisticated professions to become farmers,
but now Israel was determined to use trie
skills of Henryk P. and his fellow newcom. i s
The first problem was language. Almost all
the members <>f this immigration were put
through I Ipanim six-month long full-time
intensive Hebrew courses. To date these
courses have close to 100.000 graduates.
Housing of a suitable standard had to be
provided too, and of course, jobs. The ugly
ma'abarot ol the early 1950s were by now
almost a thing of the past ami the absorption
planners were determined not to revive them.
After they had finished the Hebrew course,
Henryk and Clara P. were allocated a new 2\%-
room apartment in a Jerusalem suburb. Clara
found work quite easily, but Henryk discov-
ered that Israel's economy was not yet ready
to absorb the large number of economists who
had just arrived. Alter .i few anxious weeks
employment was arranged for him as a book-
let per, with the authorities subsidizing his
modest salary.
The influx ol the East European profes-
sionals coincided with ,i new upsurge in immi-
gration from North Africa and came after a
three-year lull in which only 50,000 newcomers
had arrived. In contrast the figures far 1996-57
were l-.tl.000 and in absorbing them Israel's
economy took a new Nap forward. Factories
wire established and others expanded, re-
search facilities boosted, exports grew and. of
necessity, then was ,i new spurt forward in
building and in enlarging social services.
Soon the newcomers forgot their immi-
grant status as their skills were integrated
into the mainstream of Israeli life. Henryk P
moved from his bookkeeping post to the
Treasury, where he started as junior econo-
mist Today he holds a key post and his wife
is one of Jerusalem's better-known physicians
W
and by 1951. 123 of these ma'abarot boused a
quarter of a million persons. It was the begin-
ning of a remarkable adventure the planned
absorption of mass immigration.
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Avraham M. came after all the initial < \-
citement had died down. In his native Morocco
he had been a small trailer, but on the boat
picking its way across the placid Mediter-
ranean in the summer of 1953 he was told that
in Israel his best bet would be to become a
farmer. The absorption officials on the ship
who interviewed each immigrant and pre] an d
his individual settlement blueprint, work) d
hard to |>crsuade Avraham M. Finally they
succeeded. And so he became a smallhold- r in
the l.achish Development Region- a formerly
uncultivated belt of scrub linking the fertile,
old-established orange belt of southern Israel
with the Negev desert. It was here, incidental-
ly, that Col. Nasser was holed up during Is-
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-nan in his 40s but today he can conceive ol
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More than 300 deleKates from
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lAnVrican Zionist Conference
"ver to lie hi Id. according to an
announcement made by World
Jnion of General Zionists presi-
de* t I>r. Kmanuel Neumann, and
JJac'iu. s Torczyncr, pn sident of
Zionlsl Organization of
nerica. The conference will lie
Id in the Deauvtlle Hotel,
imi Beach. Thursday, Ma) _'!'.
through Sunday. June 1. and
will be attend Of 150 ZOA leaders and about
200 from Genera! Zionist oi
cations and groups.
Conf renee delegates will
joy the must modern conven-
iences. Each delegate will re-
ceive a transistor enabling him
to follow the conference pro-
ceedings, di bati i and spei ches,
winch will be translated simul-
taneously into Yiddish, English
and Spanish.
"The purpose of this first
Pan American Zionist Confer-
ence is to strengthen ties
among General Zionist groups
in the Western Hemisphere
and to plan projects of com-
mon Interest," saM Dr. Neu-
mann, Who is chairman of the
Jewish Agency, America*Sec-
tion.
In the South American dele-
gation will be 25 from Brazil, 65
from Argi ntina, 40 from Chile,
25 from Uruguay, 10 from <',,-
lombia, 15 from Mi xico and 10
from Peru, representing 7..0.000
Ji ws living in South America.
The appn.-.ii ati Ji wish popula-
tion in Brazil is 35,000; Argi n-
tins has about 150,000, Chile
and Uruguaj al out 35,000 i ach
Colombia 12,000, Mexico -10.000.
Pi i'u 10,000 ,:. I others 1 13,000
Jacob Leszcz of Montevideo,
presid) m of the Latin Amerl
Confederation ol General Z
is working with Di '
maim and Mr. Torczyncr in
planning of th< 1 onclave. T
Pan American C01 pence or-
ganizing 1 tee is compris ;
'ii Zionist 1 Organization of An
and Lain: American < 01
eration of General Zionists 1 -
n s( ntatives, and represt ntati -
from the head office ol 1
World Union of Gei 1 Zio
vOeirvish Floridian
rolume 42
Number 19
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday. May 9, 1969
Three Sections Price I':
Mrs. Meir Reiterates Israel's Israel Reports Suez
demands For Direct Contact Quiet; Jordan Clashes
JERUSALEM JTA)- Premie- Golds Meir has vehemently re-
U an} Middle Bati settlement thai rails short of the directly
nc,,,rated peace treaty with the A,.,), Mate- demanded by Israel.
She scored the "maneuvers" ol outside j irl es which put forth
H sorts of schem 1 but did not demand of the A as r ilers thai they
'lake peace with Israel peace, pure and simple such as exists
Vtween mosl nations of the world." in an addras to the opening
f the summer session I the ibcttt Knessel Monday, its las) bel >re
general elections next fall Her speech, which detailed whal
brael thinks a peace treatj with the Arabs mast include, had prioi
'pproval f the Cabinet and thus represented a statement oi policy
the ci alition govei nment
Meir dismissed the DTO-
sston of Egyptian President
} il Abdel Nass. r thai he a<
ttu Si 1 urity Council res-
itkwi uf .\ ivember, 1967 as a
-is f.>r peace, and the peace
ils enunciated by Jorda
Ing liuiswein during 'y- y' to
ashington last month as "dust
III the eyes of tile world" She
w the Jordanian ruler to
h*.t Arab guerrilla ra
th' border or race n pi isal, and
told K_.pt Israi 1 would c mtinue
to foi tify the 01 ase-fire lines on
th' Sui z Cai il bei ius< Ihej are
"l-ra. 1- besi guarantees."
"We hav< been wli nesslng
tj pea ol maneuvers In the
discussion of a solution to the
I |onfIld in the area," Mrs Meir
iid. "They were designed to
find means ol avoiding peace
pi atiea We have heard talk of
go-called peaceful settlements
'1 are some uho art content
v; ii every state declaring its
L-aceful intentions and others
who will '.- 5 itisfk d with a rk c-
' rmlnating th. stab t
b in rhen are n fl< ,--
on d. militarizi d 1
in all types of
arrang< rrn nts and inti tioi 1
all Has withoul demanding ol
me Axab natasa u*i Utey asaau
;- a. u Ith [si !
"The statesmen and formulat-
on of public
i to the '1
il ol i aa ." Mi s. M. ii
Hi led Nor must they n
\. rj unbinding stab men! by
me Ai ab ader or another
a 11 s-.,-,i ion of belligen
and so forth aa manifest
oi Hi- deration and acts ol 1
itj toward [si a> I."
Mrs. .Meir said proposals
now being made are unaccept-
able to Israel bocstnao they do
not sattsf) its demaml for a
full mid genuine pnarc treaty.
"It is possible," the said, "that
in our struggle tor peace we
Thant Sees Serious
Mideast Deterioration
GENEVA, 1 JTA 1 Secre-
tary-General U Thant said here
Sunday that he feared the situ-
ation In the Middle EaSl "may
'- t out of hand" ;i Hie IS
1 Russia, Britain and
France "do Dpi agi......n the
substantive issues in the
next two months or so." Mr.
Thanl spoke to new-men at the
airport prior to his departure
for Rome.
In rer.lv to questions, ha defi-
ned "substantive issues as "the
substance of the solutions within
the framework of the Security
Council resolution of November,
1867 The Secretary Gem r ll
said that when he returned to
New York he would be briefed
by the Four powers on the pro-
gress Of their Mideast tn'ks dur-
ing his absence. "On the basis
of my discussiona with the n, 1
shall have to decide on what ini-
tiatives 1 should take." he said
He said the re-activation of the
peace mision of UN s|x-<-i;il en-
1 ) Imbasador Gunnar V. Jar-
ing also depended on what
of progress the Four Powers
n ached In then talks.
Asked 11 he was optimistic thai
something Cl uld be done. Mr
Th.mt replied, I musl saj thai
with the assessment of
the permanent nembers of the
Security Council th it the situa-
tion m the Middle East is
serious and that it needs urgent
attention" He said he did not
know whether Israel and Egypt
were prepared to agree to his
latest piop,>-als to increase the
protection of UN 0 asefin
servers In the Sue/ Canal /one
"Up to this morning, no replies
have COAM in." he said.
shall face oui most severe i>olit-
ieal test. Hut we shall nol give
oui consent to illusory and ephe-
:ni ral solutions."
Spelling out Israel's interpre-
tation ot peace, she said. "Peace
must tie expressed In signed
peace treatii 1 betwei n Isra< !
and each of the n. Ighboril g
stab s. The governments of the
Continued on Page 6 A
TEL AVIV tJTAi Relative
Mm. t has prevailed along the
Suez Canal front for the past
few days, a military spokesman
reported, but a fierce artillery
1 attle took 1 lace on the Israel-
Jordan border near the south-
eastern shores ot the Sea il
Galilee. By "relative quiet." he
said he meant there were no
s -' lined gyptian artillery bar-
rages Sniping continued across
Dr. Moses Rosen (right) Chief Rabbi of Rumania, presents
a Torah Scroll to Louis D. Rorwitz, director-general of the
Joint Distribution Committee, in recognition of the ro'.e
played by JDC in transferring some 3,000 Torah Scrolls
from Rumania to Israel. Mr. Horwitz, in turn, presented the
Scroll to the rabbi of one of the Tel Aviv synagogues. In
this latest distribution some 100 Sifrei Torah were presented
to 25 synagogues located in the greater Tel Aviv area.
Report Czech Jewry's
Celebration Cancelled
LONDON, 1 JTA. '.ra-
tions to mark the 1,010 anniver-
sary "f Jewish settlement In
Czechoslovakia have been can-
celled for the second time in two
years, it was reported here Tins
time, however, the reported can-
cellation was said to have been al
the initiative ,: Jewish croups in
Prague and no reason for the ac-
tion was civ en The information
was received here by tin- Council
of Jews 1 nm Cs choslovakia which
the canal and there were -
adie xchanges of small a
tank and artilli r> fin u :
Israeli and Egyptian forces
An Israeli civ iliai ; 1 a
a tractoi in the Sui / Canal 1
was injured when I gyptian
diers opened lire on him v i
anti-tank ins it w..s report
Jordaniai -
Israeli foices seekii .- to prol 1
an Israeli ci\ iliai hi< I
been attack, d bj g ien 11 la
El Ha nma ic \ icinitj
Si a ol Ga ilee i"
fin w as ap| arcnl t< led to
covei the -. |0 ,>
I- I-. m Ii
ired hits t
of K> iss
II Hamn as 1
.....rce of the Inil nl al ta
in.' 1 hi- -: 1
April was
5 to [si ai I sine I he -
War, l
Be t weei 1
I foui
were killed. 61 Isi wei
jured, -
dier was k. I
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period. .14 A 1
illed iI was rep
liiirke Asks
FBI To Probe
El Fatah Acts
WASHINGTON 1JTA1 Rep.
.1 Hi rbert B irk< ;: F
asked the Fedi 1 a
v estigation lo prob 1 hi ai : i< i-
tics "I Ai ab p|ortcrs ol Kl
Fatah a:d to tiepoi t anj
sons w ho are ex| lent
\ isas in agitate amui
militants for an ext<
Continued on Page 13-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
was preparing it own celebrat
lo coincide >v ith the scheduled Je -
ish millcmum celebrations lo have
taken place in Prague Julj 9-11
According to the report the deci-
sion was taken al .1 conference ol
Czech-Jewish religious croups m
Prague on April 20 Originally, the
mlllenium was to have been cele-
brated in the summer ol 1968 bul
the Czech Government withdrew
its sponsorship ol the event in the
aftermath ol the June. 1967 Arab
Israeli w ir
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Bar Mitzvah 10C
Candeiignt'g 10A
Book Review 14A
Cohen 4A
Dining 5-C
Engagrm'vs 8-9B
Features 14A
Lehman SB
Obituaries 12-C
Ooiz Box 10-C
People-Places 8C
Real Ettate 11B
Round Town 4-B
Sermon 10-A
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the community-wide dinner under auspices of the Is-
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indation, and Rabbi May-
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Workmen's Circle Installation
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Mm ia> Tubelle will review the
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Final Meeting of Men's Club
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the book w ithdi aw n.
"The fact that Kichko has re-
surfaced with official blessings as
a widely published author in the
Ukraine i- an ominous and d<
pressing development." Dr Glazei
Wood To Head U.S.
Savings Bond Drive
B, Edward Wood, treasurer of
the Florida Power & Light Co.,
has been selected as chairman foi
the Dade Coun-
ty VS. Savii
Bond campai
The "Share it;
America '69'
Sa\ ings B o n d
ca m pa i g n
begins April 29
will continue
through July 31.
Mr. Wood, a
Miami n sidi ill
1928, is
past president
of Ih>' National
1 Kchangi < 'lub and past pi i sidenl
nt the Miami and Florida Stati
l xehai .: < 'lubs. \\'- i- si ci etarj ol
the Southern Florida Chaptei "i
Final cial I w cuth es Instituti and
a in, mb : ol thi Co intrj ("lub ol
"oral Sabli -
In his present position at Florida
Powei & Light since 1956, Mi
Wood has also served a- treasure!
for the Lighthi n se for I he Blind
S. Idward Wood
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Please Help
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needs your help NOW.
The Home's costs are sky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 1 17 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel had to be raised (rom $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This woge increase alone will cost tha Home on ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's (inancial problems
are aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out ol 222) of our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
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New French Regime's Attitude
by EDWARD COHEN
A small item, tucked away in an
inside page of the New York Times,
reports that "Arab reaction to Gen-eat
eral de Gaulle's resignation has been
a mixture of dismav and bops that
his pic-Arab policy will net be d
continued by the new French re-
gime." The hope, il d out,
is based on diplomats' assura -.res to
Arab governments the! French friend-
} bow to no
::: my dis
taking place on our colli tse
puses I -'1 the 11 e < >t ;
authority, rigid ship w.ll endure. France, it is said.
1 an end to the chaos and will not want to affect the strong
rmoil whi threatens economic and trade relations with
bring .'.our, our universities ihe Arab countries.
KIT SOCK IV. i'~
And ih. : 1i1.1t Since no basic change in French
iression oi acts thai ro beyond diplomacy could be realistically ex-
eptable diss. 1 1 necessary pected until after the presidential
election, such assurances are no!
surprising. But, without raising any
hepes, there is little doubt that the
arrogant General's defeat at the polls
will lead in time to a less actively
pro-Arab position by France. For
. Institutional self-defense, will
n ssii end what could very
\ 11 i*. iii. I.. 'i a social
ilution?
?ur young white people and
the radical SDS is a small
inority, much *>f its program is
supported by large numbers of one of the issues that brought him
down was his attitude toward Israel
which was not shared by the great
majority of the French people.
oderate" collegians allied
with their black counterparts are
sing a basic question for which
answer is difficult to find.
What, they ask. is the purpose <>f
1 tending a society whose values
- not worth saving?
They listen to Prof Herbert
portant role over the years. Thus, it is only
fitting that the national program in behalf of
tourist expansion for Israel should be launched
here on Sunday. May 18. when Moshe Kol.
Minister of Tourism and Development of the
State of Israel speaks at a dinner under the
The reason that great hopes should not be
raised is that the four-power talks on the Mid-
dle East depend primarily on the United
...reuse, for instance, who says States and the Soviet Union despite the fact
; at niakinp basic social changes that those talks were begun on de Gaulle's
this societj is not merely a initiative. The effort, therefore, to bring Israel,
. stior. of changing the institu- Jordan and ,he nited Arab Repubhc to a peace auspices of Capital for Israel.
I but. rather, an.t this is ..-,.
. important of totally chang- ^,tlernent under ,h protective wing of the Establishment ln 1S66 to help finance excit-
_ human beings in their atti- Bia Four WJ1 continue although, we expect. ing industrial and business programs. Capital
tudes, their instincts, their goals, with greater support for Israel's views. The
their values maneuverings in New York thus far indicate
Billions for ARM systems, su- that little progress has been made on this
personic planes to further pollute issue of withdrawal of Israeli troops from the
to territory it took and has occupied since the
war of June, 1967.
Leadership In Good Hands
The appointment of George J. Tahanoff as
tional chairman of the Community Service
Committee of B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation
. r
termers to cut down on crops
while milII undernourished
write your own ticket of Amer-
ican priorities ami aw how many
stand the test of values to
fend or goads to attain.
The radical youth hase cap- national chairman of the Community Service
The moral ground from the ^M__ o- o- !_ .-rx 1
ites and thistosad. because Committee of Bna. B nth s Anti-Defamation
is much that is st.11 worth League is as pleasing to Greater Miami as it
.line onto if we only knew how is expected in the sense that Mr. Talianotf's
about it Then are several long years of dedication are reserving of such
;.. j s ol dealing, for instance, recognition.
\~ith conflicts between practice a, ,;_ 1 1 ,
preachment, 01 social struc- At a ,unef (?real social unrest- when a
and values. On some of the ur-year study by ADL reveals that anti-
puses then has been modifi- semitism has not been eradicated from our
cation of practice, bringing it American society, it is good to know that
into cl Mt 1, what was such an experienced man is at the helm. The
!H'd. *t_,- 1 ~! r> r,
National Community Service Committee di-
Anothet a: I .... sophistical- rects the nationwide activities of the 30 re-
view is to try tn alter beliefs ;_i -. .. .. r ,
in or* r... bring them g'n(?1 ffices mcuntained by the Anti-Defama-
into line with the present tlon League.
ition the real one, as ,; Mr. Tahanoff. a Miami Beach attorney, has
re Hut this leads to the kind been in the leadership of B nai B'rith on a
: action and exploits which hit s,G,e and local level, as well as nationally
the very foundations ol our
ial structure and is what we
todaj almost with terror.
: this kind of ferment this
.01 I !,- di die ation, come
ng in the '30s, I think it might
1 acci>m| lish< its p irpose ..1
it's! ...
It" for t". ll W 1. ,11 j.. 1 too
n unism I
for Israel is now prepared to distribute c new
stock issue in the Tourist Industry Develop-
ment Corporation, which has been respon-
sible for the expansion of hotel and other facili-
ties for the rapidly growing number of visitors
to Israel.
We know that Greater Miami, with its
knowledge of the tourist trade, will respond
to this stock issue with both wisdom and
sentiment, a combination which is difficult
to defeat.
w h. n he
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i I. 1 :
peak-
li ,.
.111(1 iM'.-ltlh;:
in tl ol participa-
talk
1- tin New I .eft.
1 then ;- nothing new about
ta< 11. Stalin
Bui 11 to the dai
oi totalitarianism whether from
ks and whites of
might be termed the left, or
the military-industrial establish-
ment on the right is not enough.
1 hate to sound like a prophet of
loom, but unless we get them
straighten'd out and soon
what purpose is there in main-
taining a society whose dominant
values are not worth defending?
CJA Launches Drive For Cash
The United Jewish Appal. which shares
in the funds raised by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal, has
begun a drive to collect close to 50 million dol-
lars pledged this year in the community cam-
paigns throughout the country. This much is
needed to meet UJA commitment-, for the eri
tical social welfare requirements for the people
of Israel for the months of May and June.
It is noteworthy that, while manv cam-
paigns have ended throuahout the 'nation.
Greater Miami is still engaged in the mopp.ng-
up engagements which mean 'he difference
and serves as a leader in other areas of the b,ween success and failure this year. Ftom
community. a11 accounta, the 1969 Combined jewi h Ap
We heartily congratulate both ADL and al-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign has
Mr. Talianoff. been a aod one. but unless the hard-workinq
campaigners are able to reach the thous
who have ; given, disaster for lecal
:I and N:ael needs looms ahead.
ty of fund-raising is m
hoped that
: r to those who have not
yet been asked to make their contributions to I
..
The cause, w. not
I one that des,ves youi
pott and dedication to :
this cam pa, .
Tourist Industry Stock Issue
Greater Miami Jewry and Israel are tied
/. what together in may ways beyond that of a com-
mon heritage, and this has been shown in the
many joint efforts since the establishment ci
the State of Israel.
One of those ways has been in the develop-
ment of the flourishing tourist trade in wi
Miami Beach know-how has played an im-
11



by JOSEPH A1S0P
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1 olution
i it on the
Cllft- fol th. :.
V. t if th.- ui A
will otil> hold :
it 111 do no gra
harm if Harvai ;
:. n s, on wrtuti 1
1 l N 1 ,iii,
tl" II in th 11 s;- _|
hack
Bl.nl Mililuiih
At Harvard, tin
lying tragedy Has, rat -
the black militants. ^
l>-.i|>!. sought out s
and RadcuXfi iho 1
hearers, leading Iheii
of the Mildei lle-NN .,. ^ ,
and Injustice
Hut only coeatktei
s. If-defeatlng star) ol
tants' succexs in it.t
majorlt) of Mm- Han
It was a story that i 1
uell and hopt>(ully wit
Won ol tea much-.-ii
veraltv dminlatvatloi
ous black studi.s ,H,
included in the Hai\a
ulum.
To thu end. a prepare)
irdttoe was formed It
the at.le economist, Pn
Roaoveky, plus the facult;
prominent Negro meml
admlrahl) careful stun
modem African ^n\
Assl Pi ,1 un Klla
Fmbryo Deparfmnii
The committee
'- ralfc :
.'.- ipln irj in charai ti
t.i i 1. >me a full depai
1
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1 indepi rident
dfcn i, wekneaed 1
lifficurttet hid
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h the embryo
But di ite Han irtl's
11.1111\ 1 powers, pin*. 1
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I Friday, May 9, 1969
Tourist Expansion
|ln State Of Israel
On Dinner Agenda
A major program in behalf of
loiinst expansion in the State of
Israel will bo inaugurated at a
Biincr Sunday, May ik m the Fon-
lainebleau Hotel under the aua-
Mcea 01 Capital fr Israel, which
~\ is i stablished ;it the request of
I governm nt to promote in-
tratmentt In key economic enter-
prises in Israel.
Vfoshe Kol. Minister of Tourism
I f>> velopmenl for the State of
will come to Miami for U*
nt, Aaron Kalian, executive ili-
tor ol the Israi I Bond Organi-
" u nounced.
Mk>n will spearhead the
al launching ol a new issue .
stock In the Tourist Industry
irvelopment Corporation, estab-
ihed in 1957 by the Israel govern-
"nt. which supplied the original
pital and owns all of the out-
landing shares In the company.
prx" has been responsible for the
ipdnston of hotel anil other tour-
fa< illties in Israel. |
"In the past 18 years," I>r. Ka- :
In asserted, "tourism has urovv n
are than tvrict' a* fast as Israel's
ports. Since 1952, the value of
rh export! of goods and serv-
pl has Hareaaed fourteen-fold
S85.000.000 to $1,200,000,000.
(tag the same period, the in-
frtfrfl tourism rose to the all-
fk hitch <>f 195.000.000 last year,
time* 19o7i $3,000,000 figure."
lost TIDC loans are to In- used
uuatruction, expansion and
H>\atKfi oi mediunvaized hotels.
loi^ler to attract more tourists
in middle-income groups. About
^eixvnt of a tourists average
nditurc iii Israel goes to cover
hotel aoeonwaodations.
llsracl noy has about 15.000
|il rooms for tourists. An addi-
500 rooms an rider con-
llction, and some 2,000 more
u Ing planned," Dr. Kahan
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and Mrs. lack Longer greet Temple Judea leaders at a
eption for members of the committee cf hosts for the
,ple ludea-Israel Dinner of Stale, in their home. With
and Mrs. Longer are Mr. and Mrs Meyer Baskin, left,
: id dinner chairman Norman Kasser and Mrs. Kasser.
bi Moms A. Kipper will be the recipient of the Jerusa-
m Liberation Award at the Saturday, May 17, dinner in
e temple's social hall.
liberation 4ward To Rabbi Kipper
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in i.i. temple's social hall
. :,v Ma) 17 M iii
it this occasion that Rabbi
\ Kipper, spiritual lea* i
ihe temple "ill be honored
the Jerusah m Liberation
.nun .'t lus lead*
. toi Is rhe rtinnei will
i 1,1 hi behalf .'i State ol Israel
1 t,
j.,, paratli foi the i v-enl were
,. eption for m
,, ... oi hosts held bj
,,i,l Mrs Jack Langer at their
in l G .blcs laal Sunda>
with Mr Kas
in .,. .i the dinner com-
Mrcre M>->' Baskin Max
i, Joseph Kreletz, Sidney
1 '. 'toi Reltei.
A champagne reception a< 6 10
v-ii : : the dinner Musi.- for
tjv ,i, ; m ill be provided bj
itV continerd il society on hestra
't/\! Weiner and one "i Israel's
lorvmost entertainer*, film star
"> icov Dan, will present ; spaelal
program Mr l>n has achieved
i ; nii.li. iv an actor and linger
i -ugbout Kurope ami the West-
ern Hemisphere .>il as in ls-
rael and has appeared In a num-
ber <>f outstanding films, including
LasvrsjMS of Arabia." '"Hello
iH.lly," and Is Paris Burning?"
Th.' stat.' of tamel Bond issue
is the central source of mvc-stincnt
( ,:nial tor Israels historic l>r<>-
un of economk development
eefai derived from the sale ol
Israel Hi
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. .: (culture the ex-
pansia of in ii b1 i< m, I
lion "i larbors .
ways, 11 ii ease of i tri iw-
.i. ind tl oitation ol nat
i. Hii pi"s
Diaspora Jewish Group
Would 'Advise' Israel
Ji RUSALL'M j: a The
establishmi nl ol a consultative
II made up of reosetasMsMvea
of Diaspora Jewry to serve as a
permanent advisory body to thi
Is: .! i ;oven men I was pi oposi .1
hen i In-- wei k by l >r. Nahum
Gotdmann, president <>f the World
JewIsh Congress and forrrw r pi. si-
ol the Woi : Zioni i '.. ani-
in.
Speaking at a fi>r im 'ii the Je-
Journalists Assi lation
I ii. Goldmann said i hi [si u
expect l Has-
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Id eoordin iti 'I with
Mass. Club Meets
A shorl itled "1
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th 8:30 p.n irs
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1 'i i -id. nt ul the -i iup is 11.ii i >
Boy< i
Alan B. Kessler, receives congratulations from Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am,
Israeli war hero Col. Amos Benin, who '-.: confer]
Jerusalem Liberation Award upon him ct the Temple Be:.-.
Am Israel Dinner of State in the r'ontamebleau Hotel. More
than 400 members of the congregation and friends of Mr.
Kessler joined in the tribute at the dinni I .ah of Israel
Bonds, S198.500 worth of which were purchased in honor
of the occasion.
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H.rste.1 will t>- held In the
hington Federal Hank Build-
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
h, at 8t|S !>m. Tueadaj
! ulip Brvwar, an announced
lidate i..i ths office of Govei -
,,i the state of Florida, will he
.i speaker. Also icheduled to
. | the Hatheri are Criminal
, rt Judge Murray Goodman and
Im rt Magnas, pacaident of the
,1 Tenants LoagUS,
The mcctu.K will be moderated
Harry Levy, prealdent "t the
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Friday, May 9. 1953
Optimist Oratory Contest
Winner Is Announced
Curtis UwiMlim 15, a Rich-
mond Heights Junior High School
stu.ii nt, was the winner of the
eighth annual Coral Gables Optl-
mist Oratory Contest. Alnalee R
Kertlie. .hairman. has announce c\.nt.st kidgea were Coral Gables
Vice Mayor William M Kerdyk
in, .11 Court Judge Ralph 1
lenl and atton
Ah in Poole wai 1
winn r; William Stubbs w n third
to 1 y Liel
club ;
a Steinmetz program director of the '"'. fWHA
:: Greater Miami, presents a certificate of cpprecction to
m Debir. for his long service to the Y Golden Age
Hub. Mrs. Debin locks on.
'Adventures In Israel/ New Booklet For
Scholar, Amateur Archeologist, Visitor
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latest 1 series ol booklet
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places int< n st. tradi-
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A benefit Flea Market and Auc-
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at TrpP'cal Park Racetrack, "with
the proceeds earmarked for the
much-needed awfcaaniag pool at
Parkway Chil Iran's Center, a home
for dependent youngatera TV per-
sonaliUea and iporta celebrities
will conduct the tioi ii 1
term
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nizatini

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to the tn aaure ol know 1
and tai ol ear-
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At Ii ast 22 siti are currei '
keeping archeologists busj
long-lost civilisations, hitherto un-
ki dm n night to light it
Present digging sites
I on a map; llluatra-
-, of the excavati d b dldii ga
mosaics a' an
an hippodrome now
restored and used as an outdoor
itre.
A copy of Advi ntures In [arael"
be obtained by sending the
seal fi om any size jar of
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front the plastic lid ol a can of
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Friday. May 9, 1969
+JenisJhtk>ri(fian7
Burton Young Is
President Elect
Of Florida Bar
Mt< .> Burtoi Young of North
imi I ach has been elected to
Ihe posi if pn nidi nt-elecl of the
Fli rid Assa iati -n, th" na-
m largest such organiza-
tion. 1 ill serve ii his present
in! 1970, M-ht n he will
president of
' i ip foi a one-

s .i in to
B r's convi ntion
it Hotel
Pa
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it his lif.' and was
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BCRTUN rOl'XG
graduaTcd in 1960 from thv Uni-
versity of Miami School of Law.
In I9f7 he became an assistant
state attorney (or the Uth Judi-
.! Crrt 'It i Dade County), and
was t!.. North Dade Bar Aatocia-
lion's president-elect in I9*;i t.j.
:t\ -ulent in l*-' 6
Mr y mng has been active in
t:it Has inunattrrsv deaiinK with
tin rj/iHl practice of law and
i| ary matters within tho U -
, Jessjon in Florida He is
chalrmJi of a Bai grievance com-
mitte*. jn Dade County and serves
a< a nce president of the Beth
Turab <. jngregation.
Davis' Slmhl
Consultant Named
By ADL Region
Henry t:. Wolfl < hairman of the
Florid Regional Board of the
A-iti-l- fomati in League of B'nai
l" nth anpaunces the appointment
of David F.
Stahl as C 0 Tu-
rn unit y Con-
sultant for the
Florida Regional
I 'Hi.--
Mr. Stahl, who
da a us de-
li political
. :ience ami eco-
nomics from
Weal Virginia
Wesleyan Col-
lege, conies t>>
Florida from Newark, NJ where
he servt I as program consultant
; r tht League's New Jarsey Re-
I ianal I [Bee an i >- a membi i ol
the Nev Jersey Interracial Coun-
cil foi i usiness Opportunity's ed-
ucaUoi ommlttee
Pri..i his i .t .- i\ltn AOL. Mr
.:,. ,i in ie fields ot mer-
chandising and ince. II'' and
Pa ..i now iiv in
Jewish Civil Service Group
Plans 10th Installation Gala
'l h. nth installation "f offi-
N itional J- wish I
Sen nploj R ibcrl Kan-
i w II be held at the
i Hotel at T:30 p m.
Ma) it.
All el sei vice i mployet s, fed-
II I muni'
. i i:. itcd to partii ate in the
rorktail party dinner show and
darasipf which mark the occasion
In > barge ol tickets are Leon
Silver ;. d Nat rakster.
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THE RVBHI SPKVkS
True*
Peace
seaaaaeaxxeas
rCclicfio
us
rviccs
abbi Simon April
Bg KAKltl SIMON Xl'Kll.
I.iii|.l.- IUIIi lo\. Miami
i rnimi ncca with the
ol a Lu ufold I'
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tional on .i two-
fold obedience

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ii
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HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 995 SW b7th Avr Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES T5i3 SW 19th Ayr
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N Ken.
dall Dr S Miami. Rr'orm Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2t2t SW 3rd Ayr
Conservative. f\abbi So' Landau.
Cantor William W Lipson. 4
l'ri.ln\ |. mi and f ii |i n
Jiulatl Toun \ -a i-li
Hero"' I :.ii Mltxi Call lau
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BETH EL SCO SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
il S*H
BETH KODESH 1101 SW I2t*l Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon 6

BETH TOV ,TEMPLE' 6438 SW
8th St Conserv.itve RafcD Simon
April. Cjntor Seymour Hmkes 8
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B'NAI SHOLOM iTEMPLEi ."5 NW
:^:h St Conservative Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel. 9
ISRAEL -TEMPLfci Ol- GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19tl- S! Reform
Raobi Joseph R N l pel 10
S.-rti
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
Drazm Cantor Nathan Parnass 11
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MENORAH iTEMPLEi 6?0 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz Cantor Nico Feldman CS
n s. n : i u
'..Ii.i;.....
Mltxvah J
non til l Zlpkln
NER TAMID (TEMPLE. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cantor Ed
ward Klein 29
e
OHEV SHALOM. 7065 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man 30
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahm.is. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Ben
Hillel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH

ADATH VESHURUN iTEMPLE '025
N.E Miami Gardens Drive Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky
Cantor T.bor Moses 33
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BETH TORAH NE 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max L'P-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer 34
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MISVONAIRES SVNAGOGLE
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE' 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative Rabbi Ralph Qhx.
man. Cantur Benjaiv.n Ben An 13
TiFcRETH ISRAEL 6500 N.
Ave Conservative. Rabbi
Carmi.
Miami
Ralph
14
TIFERETH jACOb iTEMPLE) 951
E 4ih Ave Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
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n"i Tl 1 Ai
Mil 1 in I hi .,. r'ullov, .1 |.\
Is to Khal.lw! H itui
al lis m arid hatred which
'- itli i-i war Bui peace
ice 1 ol mean stagnation Rather,
:'- ean th< absent < of the
V
ZION (TEMPLE). 600U M.iler Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. ,g
1 Saturdni ., m
.'erish raci : i gain which pn -
-iriK.
Heno the double condition,
ch is ii all) "iii keeping
Cud's precepts must be aceompa-
l b> the determination to walk
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAe". T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox Rabbi lapac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn &t. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. ,g
BETH JACOB. 30*
Washington Ave.
r-
It
B ,T.? RApHAEL* (TEMPLE). 154*
Jetfereon Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
S^r SV L'br" ""-b. Leon
Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. 21
ts eterna w : I'm hooka- "* IB p m hVrm i
ih \. 1;. .
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
HU Statute! SUCh progTeaa is y Cantor Maurice Mamehea.
rj condition ol xistenee and
xuich progn 1 th< forci i
ictioi ind thi
m menl is only possible
roui h thi hi
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy Conservat ve
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum 35
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
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SINAI .TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 2.'nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingaley. 37
I
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caaian. Jg
i n tu m Si
The Jubl
VOUNC ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 090 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush. 3*
CORAL "GABIES
-
JUDEA (TEMPLE). S5O0 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morna Kip-
per 40
t'rul.iv ^ |i 111 11, brew 1 ir
- III lead Ihi- Si-r\ K 111
II 4.-. 1, m IIhI Muxvh PsUsitiU I
d lurhtrr ol Mm Blanrbe |jusk>
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Raob. Maxwell Barger
41
Bh JriLAH 936 Euclld *ve Ortho.
dox. Rjbb. Joseph E Rackovsky. 22
%B4?NvHEB.REW"CONGREGAT|ON.
,- Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
"hltltn** |TE^PLE). 1701 Wash,
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
'7'" Lehrman Assistant Rabb
Dame. E Kir.hb.um. Cantor Zv,
i m rsi Hi
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BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE) S47 E
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Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
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luwed by Klddtl I
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Reform. Rabbi Richard M Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N.E. First Ave. 44
HOUrWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) S. 14th Ave
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 43
Friday :1 p m >. rmoi ;i,. \
ltn> .1. :n|, Priiii nnd 1
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
I Kel i.U, s. 1 | '.. ,| Gold. J
'''': ^->y<-' >ani M..,,... ,, SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
,'...,' '..... MlUvah An.I.. Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro
M ,;,,,,. Cantor Yehudah Heiibraun. 4;
l* HI' .11 Sin,,,. Ii
Un-nihl) Hall MMAMAt
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree
Or^orthodox. R.bbi *U2?t
JASCVNBAcSr.iH.f,N COMMUNITY
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 3500 SW Stth
Way Conservative
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM iTEMPLEi 11?SE nth Av
Conservative Rabbi Morns A SKop
Cantor M.chael Tredenck 4*
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eurl d Av.
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M?*" DAVID CONGREGATION
h^ii n".Ld- A^'- Sur,"". Town
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac D. Virr
7 -,'-, '' "
M.|.
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Max II.
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CANDLELIGHnNG TIME
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ropit David Conqueror and Kiiu
Moderator: Rev. Luther C Pierce
P'"'"7""V **** fferberl M Baiungard of
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mehar
y. nth v .1 Sh laims ( fl
pventh year shall bt '*''' mm thy
i Lex 25 -l I' '
claim I ihe ..in
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II the m i ml the Lord in the seventh
y-ear shall be a sal i resl
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Ihou shfdt not in
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of th eturn to th n-
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n Mays tu rd; i! he n not redeemed, he go* -
free in the iubik
"And if thy brothci xen pool ind hi* means fail with
thi.. then thou shall i ti mger and aettleT
with ihi i.ik. thou -i .. ti.Mi or Inen
but '...: ih> God th thj brothei maj live with thee Trum
shall noi u.-.. htm thj upon interest n.n- give htm thj
.
This recounting of tht Week,* Pertlc 1 of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,**
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and ttse
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
Alsoi
Continued from Pago 4-A
|k age than decent b< adi mic
program"
What will come now Prol
Kilson has further said
hardly !> better than an ideo-
logical renton of baslun niailiig
or home crofwmics And hi adds
tin somewhat bitter hope that il
may do some good black
kills who need that tort of thing,
as w, ii as the vsinti mas<
W ho i njo\ it "
The dreadful truth is thai this
ton (list is i :s| BDOUl Main to
t"- coii.i i Think of those first
three scholars who n >. eti il Hai
vard's invit much
'' Itei i inditi ins n ainlj becauai
feartxl they were being in-
vited to walk into a wasp's nest
Then ber that I
the nev. uai ti< ipatory" rommit-
repn scntai l
the militants' Association ol Afri-
. ai and Afro-Amei icai
plus tin. i- more intending con-
> in blacl with
only a majollt) ol OIK' ol thi
academii ally mature i
I H | S
Am tool an ion see what the
new dcimrtn enl will Im- iik. it
ii vei gi ts ,,ti the ground it
' *ne i an als i -.,,\
Those "white ," ,( Kil-
i an alwaj (ind i
ni'i s to u
black sii.,1,, |. | ,. din [a< i is
tint ni.. iv, avlng is
: x
; communit) ,,ut ol tin w II
- That does no)
i il im

emphatii all) nw arts then is
which exclutl
' led into the Am. 11
In the win,;. ,.
haps the woi-sl story was the
one conn rning ll u ard a
"""i"-' wrj promising I
l'h>-'. s rnajoi who can to on
>l tin (leans requesting a I
1,1 to Virginia i !i i-, iusc i
can"! t;.-t an* work done h..,
CPrr.gM,,,.,.0IAngMT
Local UAHC Unit
Supports Florida
On Abortion
A Mlollilhill |ia.s.s.^i n<-.nil\
a meeting of the r9sxtturdvs con
tnitii-. of th.- South Horxla Fed
ration .>t the Union of Am.rfc ..
Hebrew Cosigivgataom atstan^si
its luppori im ttv.- mumnJ abor-
tion legtalation In th.. State Legis-
latUH A "Call to A.tH.n- ss.,
m nt b) this bady t.. ail h. fon
t. mpies in th* ana Mating that
Individual actions i- ronaldtred i
support ol the propuaed new i
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and lectm v it ;i i c cent mi in.-
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l.Airjflad. v II,,', I. Mrs. Frances
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Michatiii">" I'niiiinii i'o. Im-
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Friday. May 9. 1969
Beth David South School's Cornerstone
Contains Scrolls For Future Generations
Religious ami community k :id-
i 11 of the Greater Miami area at-
t' tided the recent unveiling of the
cornerstone lor the new South
Dade school facility of Beth David
Congregation at 7500 S\v r.'Oth St
During the ceremony, a capsule
containing parchment scrolls in-
eribed with the names of Beth
David leaders and founders, was
< ncloaed in the cornerstone.
Rabbi Murray Alstet. who was
spiritual leader of Beth David In
192S. joined with Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau, its present spiritual leader,
in the ceremonies marking a
memorable occasion In the 56-year
history of the congregation. Four-
neration families who have par-
ticipated in the memorable e\i
of Beth David through the yi ai -
Or Ott GM
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Seymour Friend, president, left, and Rabbi Sol Landau,
spiritual leader, place parchment scrolls in special con-
tainer inside the marble cornerstone of the new Beth David
South school building.
helped to place the scrolls in the
cornei stone.
The Invocation was off" red bj
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive
m. pn ikh hi <>i tht Rabbinical
1 Asst elation of Gn ater Miami,
which rapresentl more than SO
rabi i- In the South Floi Ida area
a special welcome was given by
Father Frederick Waas, ol the
i,. si i. itholic Church.
Also participating In the o n -
monk s wi n Si ) mour Fri< nd, prei
ident, and the officers and b u
ol din ctors of Bi th David H< I|
i dedicate the m w i ducational faci -
:i. .... reZvi 1 Bureau
II :
.. chaii man of the 11
rd ol Pul Ik I
Mrs r ud> Goldi i lin tor ol
the pn -sch ol, l- d the i hildn i
Hein I lavi i Sursi rj Si hool ii a
: tor William
\V. Lipson offi red an appropi iati
k-ocal sek ctiori An exhibit ol the
art work <>i trn Bl di i ta ol Beth
David's Fim ArU i as* was put
on displaj after the ceremonies
Chairmen of the Building Com-
mittee are Norman Sholk and
Bert Saul.
Temple Sinai Luncheon
A seminar and luncheon will be
I held by hoard members of Temple
, Sinai Saturdav afternoon.
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Standard doll Has New Slate
The new oMfetM of the Standard Jlilta Darsky. Martin Firw
Club of Gi.atir Miami are Sain, Mauiice Guaman, Jay I. i.
Blank, honorary chairman of the
b ard ol guvefnors; CharlM
McKei Ji'.. pn ifc* nl. Howard I.
Croih. and Hi nrj Wolff, vice
pn sidi nti Robert ll Traurig, i
\xy, and James M. Albert
In asm. i
Memtx :> ol the board of
mus li cl ..> Jan* I M All* it.
rhomaa H Barkdull Ji Myron
Behrman, Jerrj Blank Sam Blank,
, Istein, Howard L Grothe,
j. Charles McKee1, Jr m.-.
Orovttz, Herbert c, Paige
Pallot. J. Strip" Sherrri |;
II Traurig. John R Verei
W< mkle and Henry E. \\
BethTov Holds Election
An election of officers
held by T- mpl. !! t!i T,
p mpie Sunday A hcIbJ i |
follow the S pm busini--
Hersch Bermcn. Mrs. Burton Levey. Louis Gadon and ''
Albert Beer view an exhibit of the art work of stude;-.'.s of
Beth David Congregation's Fine Arts clasee*. held in
junction with the new Beth David South school co:
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Congregation officers who were installed by
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman. spiritual lead-
er of Ohev Shalom, included, from left,
(seated) S. Rosenman, gabai; Louis Terner,
chairman of the board" Louis Makovsky.
president; Charles Praeger and Harry Wein-
+Jewisti fkrirMtjn

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berg, vice presidents; (standing Phil Taub-
man and Al Ordover. vice presidents; Lucy
Marcus, recording secretary; William Fein-
berg, vice president, and Louis Maltz. treas-
urer. Jonas Alperstein, financial secretary.
is not shown.
Burke Asks
FBI Probe*
(i 'Mtiim-.i from Pay.- i-.\,
leftist guerrilla am] ai
Isi .....
Rhode Island Club Plans Final Meeting be presented to each mother in the
**** season's last meeting of the clay In the Washington Federal audience oy Louis Kerness presi
thodc Island flub of Greater Mi- Auditorium. 1234WashingtonAve., lent of the club. Entertainment
ami fill be its annual Mother's Miami Befell ., ,. ,,,,, bj plani8t.singer
fray oJnervance.set for 7 p.m. Sun- a memento of the occasion win Ricky Marques.
Housi ForeiRi Affaii r
in t
beinf- stim d i
have
ir campuses and in
pia< -
the Impoi tatioi ol an) more"
hi said in making the request
foi invi stigation to Att
Gi net .1 John Mitchell.
The Anti-1 tefamation U <
last wet k i
ed that El Fatah was receiving
financial, moral and political
support from extremist groups,
including the Organization ol
Aral) Students,
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Rcbbi Berel Wein of Beth Israel
Congregation has been ap-
pointed to the board cf directors
c! the National Rabbinic ORT
Committae, according to Rabbi
Gilbert Klaperman, committee
chairman. ORT operates 650
trade and technical schools in
"H countries
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Israel Newsletter
By CARl ALPERT
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Shalom
Nechama-Nechama Shalom
L ^-' ^-^ ... ..... n, when
Haifa
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in recent i (h<
U almost th
rived as new '
he, No h ma
,, ihr high N ':
... .. nberol i rmy c,
Ned
troupe, then caught the i ye >l
- illivan when he
at he......me >cars ago. S
turn to Israel, she became a popula
,,,, voico Wi,s full and pleasant, and she h
wide repertoh..... folk songs "on* A
the age ol u un **s regarded b) manj
ls Israel's No I singing star.
The first indication of o chat ... ith her
request this p i to be called-Helena" nst
of Noehama." Rad liences were puzzled to heal
I ,rc as.
1 "" u',s hei : To mam
" the
; V
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J people .ho knew no Ytddish thronged
.. lime i, Llmost every-up*
,UI .. being throttled o. due
to the Soviet government, she courageousl)


the
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He,
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who lv
I t 15 yea, >
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link with the .< R -' '"
licnce.inUr.el or 1
,,,,., here ha%e been comptet
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One | i Nech*
Ncchama Shalom
II
,srael Newsletter By IIIAHU SALPETER
BOOK REVIEW
by Joan Brazer
Col. Nassers Three-Phase Plan
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Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
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Basketball
utm ii i \\ \< k
[7 yea, his
, ps his O
... Boston < *fl-76 in the I
. ,, the National Invital ., l i im m nl in
S y,k Cit) nmnR
. superbly-coached club, finished
in,. ii with 22-8 rec ird
I'll,- wh -' king 61-year-old Llt-
., ,K i, !,.. bs< t< d with Ti n pk> basketball
iince lii.< undergraduate days playing for she Owls
. j>, ml i a -i lining the team In his Junior and
-,,,.. yours Following his graduation, he became
ihman coach, and held the post until 1952. when
he took ovei as head coach. In all lus yean as
player and coach al the Philadelphia achool, he hai
experienced only one losiu and marked the
100th win "i his varsttj career when Tempi.' d< -
fcated Manhattan last n,-.,.^.ii He was named Ooach
,i the Year in 1958 after Temple compiled a 27-3
record. The previous year he had led the U.S bas-
ketball team to .. gold medal in the Maocabiah
inmes in 1*. el
Th. newest recruit In the collegiate coaching
.auk- is Larry Brown, 28, member o( the Ameri-
,an B isk< tball Asociation for two seasons, who will
take over the head coach's Job .it Davidson CoUegi
m ,i season 11- onl) previous coaching expcriei*
.v is .i- an .i" stant .., his aim i mater North Caro-
iklyn-born 5 Brow n was an all-
confei-i nee play< at N i 'li Carolina, med-
alist with the 1961 U.S. Maccabiah Games basket-
ha i n AAU All-America selection with Good-
Akron, Ohio, and a gold medal winner in
,i- .,!'. ones in Tokyo Larrj older
Herb, the i oach at New York -
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Washington Col N that the 1
| ,,,,t iH.ss.ble ..
to the anti-Israel demand "'
in the 1- Power talks \
The presence of U.N. obser\ r.nnmand'T
! (. Odd Bull l N'-i^vay. whv
and continue to i i Oo] Nasser He ruis now taken two ti>ps w
put him on the same road which |>| r w.u" i"
years ..^" tlJ His tr. n* began to firv punt-bUu
clearly marked V N observer posts, and even stacked a
IN ambulance evacuating a U.N. officer; i.
I ryptkuu toM Con Bull they con-uiered the sjasjsaiin'
ment (actuall> <.r.l. i>d by the I'.N. Security Ooui. i.
In June, 19671 us null ami void. I' Thant's hasty tn
ir. nt to withdraw the U.N. Emergency Force when Co
Nasser -- dam axled in 1987 h now g.-iM-rally conaiden\l
to in- a major, possibly crucial lartor in precipitating the
Six-Da) War. His statements about the danger to which
the observers are exposed is reK.irded a.- s.-ttins the stage
: their withdrawal
The Partizaner
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the betrayal ot .' */t to the suthorit
foi 'l
Although Pt '"
t,-rs whkm add ,.. U*
Baske, the 17-y, Oieen ol tt*
wh.. ted ti.- Jewk* Daaebmenl at
i chs'ia.x-d iii the mktel al < tnafe,
tion from one tooale to anothor the
loosens the rUm <* the story, ajlowu
A n artiaVrr and his mtereat I ,
lereatang ook In total. atUI patta ol
U i ui> 10 the uxbvidual read.r I
h.im.-u it ttie gvod outwaifha tin- ba
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We Arc Out Of Portnoy's Complaint
B) MARIAN SNEIDKR
The ownei .-t the first l-.uk
store I went in said, "We are out
of Puiinovs Complaint.' and it
v i had it .
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perhaps, most ol all. tears.
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was mon co, with thi-
physii log) ol what went into an,i
was with
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and trustees ol
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led r..r 196'.- i h. Rabbi [rvtng
in. apirit tal li ader ol the
Beach congregation. They
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prcsi i.i. and Samuel N. Fried-
laad, linnan >! the Ixiard.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 2, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Uewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 18
Miami, Florida Friday, May 2. 1969
Three Sections Price 20c
reivish Leaders Regret Administration Criticism
NEW YORK (JTA1 Rabbi
lerschel Schacter, chairman <>f
lie Conference of Presidents ol
Rajoi American Jewish Organiza-
Bons has voiced "regret and sur-
bnsi over a reporl thai high
piXi Administration officials are
lecoming vexed by Jewish criti-
Hsm of United Stab a pai ticipa
|ion in Big hour talks ami thai
president Richard M. Nixon and
lecretary of State William P,
- ii gard thai ci iticism an
\ theii as* rted commit-
ments to [srai I,
The criticism stemmed from a
meeting ol a d< l< gation in adi i by
RaW i s. hacter and n pn s. nting
the Confi n ncc. with s. en tary
Rogers ii im itation. The) told
Mr Rogi is there was an 'appar-
1 nl drift in U S polk .. -, ., from
ii sistence on a n< gotiated pi
betwi n the Ai aba ai I lsra< i The
p al so had confi rred v. ith As-
istanl Stcn tarj i i State Joseph
Sisco.
"We i.ul nol come lo criticize
the ffoi ts ol th< Adn
istration to achieve a permanent
txace," Rabbi Schacter said tins
week, "We surely did nor come to
qut stion ih.' tinci rity ol purnose
to doubl the integrity ol our
government's motivations. We
came onlj to cum. to our gov-
1' ep i one rn ol the
Americai Jewish community over
I's sec ;n ity."
Hi clan d he had convey* d to
Si en tarj i: igi i and Mi. Sisco
Confi nc >'s '"true gi atit ide
candor ith whit h I
Big Four Reported
Discussing Arms Ban
WASHINGTON IJTA1 The
' : ton l'A-i inn" Star repot t-
d this "k that thi !'i Pour
In a I an on arms ihip-
i. nts I,, the Middle East, a devi 1-
pment thai could k ad to the -
111 ol 50 i' I
fhaniom jet supers hti r-
".I-1 whi< h the I niti d Stati s
| igreed to sell Israel.
rhe Star's U.N o in ondent.
R Pi j >. said Moscovi 'a
less lo incl do at ms control
tin Big Pour Midi ast agenda
ardi d ii> Wi sti n diplo-
mats as .i significant step for-
?.-.id. Hut Mht'thcr any progress
h;i i n ma le ton ard agt < n> nl
c" "'us point in the highly secrel
Iks Is not known," Mr. Prye
11 ote.
I'nder consideration, he said is
la selective ban on certain kinds
lot wi apora r> i would incl ide
hticiTar weapons, long range
Im.- and cumbat planes w ith a -
Iciii-d !i i.ii in.in.c capability. The
|"d. i .i! s.,, !] hardware would
p an., tit un .\i ib Isi .e ;
i !i oni i s, slating out ol con-
li 'he said "Big power abi .' .
n oi tight n restraints on
n iii-- -.1- would give them con-
ible poll!leal li verage which
i i to bring about and
negotiations," Mr
' v said. An arms rcstrii i n:
jn enn nt would affecl U.S an
s.,l< to Jordan and Saudi Ai
will as to Isi ii I Tail im
i also be af-
i
\ state Department offk ial,
awhile, s.mi this week I
modi -1 pi "-..-I ess" had been n
toward a settlement formula for
Ithe Middle hast h, the Big I
lenvoys In thi lr talks at tin- United
Nations The evaluation was of-
Ifered m a speech to an America-
Israel Public Affairs Committee
confen nci by Joa ; Sisco As is-
tain Soon tarj ol Stati w h i has
'> n ling talks on the Mid-
dle l.a-t with Sovii t Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrinin, concurrently
with thi Big Pour meetii
I i it i Stati s 11 ma
v -He- d ii; i the onlj i ossibli Mid-
tile a-t si ith men! was t ne in
whuh both sid, s compromise, Mr.
Sisco a-- rted "But." he added,
' it p woi Id I* expei ted to
'; The
Continueo on r -.q* 11A
CHARLES DI GAULll
'Long Hoi Summer'
Is Dayan Prediction
'I'll. AVIV .IT A i Defense
Ministi t MosIm I w.an di ai d
this week that the COITtil g S .:: i
tha w ill I- a ci ueial ]* > io !- i. i. militarily and politically,
mOSHlDAI AH
substantive matters were discuss
nl. which was both enlightening
ami i ncouraging." The c nferi nee.
R ibbi Schaeti r said, "welcomed
the Administration's n iteration of
its ti i 'i. nation to help bring
al>"'.' an quital le peai in I
"mki. ast bast i tpon a c intrai I ial
ly binding agn-emem among all
the parti, s to the dispute."
At -..i timi did at ol
thi di legation qu< stion thi ii ti
!" ol the Administration's i
:i i'ii.- nl nor seek to "n align" I !.S.
Ii Pd< i shin h said "(n the
trary, we are de< plj heai ti i
grateful for i te epeati d
lions ol Mr Nixon and Ml R
that Is; a. i will nol be sold o by
the United Stati a' thi Bi
i inf rence. that m can >
I i I v-ould ix- im(>osed a .<
..,., | .,
/
i I | of-
I til over the
1 '. ; ~
ul
NEW MIDEAST POLICY?
Israelis Await
Shift In Paris
I the nation to be pre-
id for all ncies.
A Idi 9 ii a met : ing al Kibl itz
Mi rhavj i i, l tayan said that
. \- ids this summi i would sh iw to
m .-.at i xtent l'ii sidi nt Na >sei vas
prepared to >n If to all-
to push
11 s lid Israel
I- usi ol the lime to prepair foi
m w ;.. ., t. si. He called I -i
Increased arms pi
efforts to stamp out ti-rroi sn
the establishment ol of
I iv iv togi ther w ith the ii abi-
tants of the ... cupied territories
. i ;i I >:< ..-. said Israel s I i-
M i> ildii < ^ settlemi nts in
an as which :' do s not
give up.
In a polili.a: devi
1 aj an I id ll- !
i ling with the Labor Party
leadership, including secretary-
! 'inhas Sa|ii and I': i
Continued on Pq 12-A
J ::' s.\!.i:m utai While
there was no official reaetioi hi n
over th. ,-, signation of President
Chai les di t ,.i ill< thi I ;
it -strei i to whom <,
ii arch \ i in- I- i
oi his pio- \rab policii s and em-
! ai ilitarj matei ii I to I--
effort to ror.. eal ms
leli ".i o' i tiv- French N adi t 's
dov nfall Th.- state-owned Kol Is-
rael radio also abandoned some
diplomatic inhibitions t-, broadcast
ind other :i ati rial I u
-i i no. iled the 78-year-old
< otumentator* exnrotncd tin-
hope that Israel's50 Mirage jHs,
rrnxen im- two \ars b) the rm-
Iwrgo, would s...i!i be delivered.
Bui some cautioned that no
drastic ehanges in French polic>
toward Israel eonld i- expeeted,
at least until a m-w President i*
elected ami posaihl) Im ; long
iinns afterwards,
A !- v. ,., lom;* i (1
thi ir atioi -. pi Gen :- I la
- witn recollections ol
Frei ;,l
i :ainst t-. \ s jn World '.'. II.
!'h. -. sai that di spite the ii .
-. .
ship the i; i. ;,,, ..
wi ighi .1 ii -.-
vi wed ovei I pectivi ol
l tbsei v. i .- Paris bel it
ol Fi incc's "*' ihk Jows op-
l'ii'- ii;hih \>.
Pn sidi nl le Ga tak< I hi
iti ai future Ii st '-t
lews ....
t and Ga lidal
r-nei tioi di I
. : i- :
< ontinued on Page \!-\
Dr. Albert Ii. Subin To
Head Weizmann Institute
KKHl 'Vi IT : \ The W.
[nstitul has
eti : Di Alb 11 B Sabit re-
al < 'incinnal i 'ni-
v.i si;. \\ i.,, developed (hi
- ilii. as its next
pn sidi
I >r Sal.in a. ceptetl thi
w Inn he w as infoi mi d ot his i
tin \ i.i overseas telephone He
wdi M.>i i Weisgal. w ho
;.ioaching thi i tii
'DEATH OR FREEDOM'
Suicide Try Protests Soviet Anti-Semitism
I ONDON IJTAl A 21-year-
i wish student at Riga Univer-
sity ;n Latvia tried to burn him-
self to death in tin- center <>t Kim
pi ot. st againsl disi i kminat ion
;.i j- -a s. n w is ii-poi ted here
this Week. He was said to have
- i.. t. i to Russian Mai in- s to Ii t
him die or to h Ii 11 lorn to
io Israel.
- nt was id nl ifl -i as
Ilia ho-' a -n ith matics il id nt
. io have I
en place in front ot a libertj statue
aid was witnessed by two An* i
.an toia ists, one from Nevt Ji i
who told the story to the Geneva
offici ol i Intel national Ij a
foi the l: pati iation of R i
Jl u .
Tin- i.iui ists said that the) iw
Mr. Ripps -' inding in front ol the
ie w ith his clothing soaki d in
lline. He put a natch to ilim-
lelf a N
. ul 'ii d
up to him ami put out the blaze
Tiie in, id, nt w as said lo have be< n
w itin ssed bj a lat : ci owd. The
Ann 'i. anS -ail that hi was hiutal-
I) Im at. n and taken to a police
station I le u as i. ; oi t< ii \ ai iously
to In undi i police guai d in a hos-
- with s.\. i. burns and to be
in a i i isori I lis ondition and
w hi 11 abouts v\. i not know
i,h- I.. Nina K Solat
r> cuti\ -in ectoi ol the Intel na
- N u York "i
i studi nt had had so\ < ,-r ei
intet \\ it h ol ficials in t he |ast
because he persisted in applying
for emigration and ding
t: et dom I le n*|)oi t- ill; said t hat
ii d othi i young Jew s in Russia
because < m-
igratioi u.i- solution t
the pi oblems of I Jews. Hi
ted Jews in the W s1 I
lei them
Dr. S to
Bon .
ted States is
- M V l| Fi
I
Iii aiiot i. r devi
Wi i rred an
honoi i lowship on I >i Al
ham I. s.i, bar, chancellor
formei presid leis 1 'ni-
irt.ss The ceri -
Continued on Page 8-A
IN ThIS ISSUE .
AIop 4 \ Qu bo 10A
Bar M.tivah 1TB People- Places 10B
Candeliohtg 10A Real Estate 11B
Book RtVltW 15A Round Town ft B
Cohen 4.A Scrmor 10A
Dming **B Synagogues 10-A
EngagCn,t R.9B Torah 10'A
Feature, U A TV 10A
Wedcl ngs 89B
Lehman R
Woman's
Oimuaiies 13 B World SI
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Fridcy May
Decision On Statule
Is Not Vet Certain
TEL AVIV IJTA Dr. Nuhum
Gtl :ikuiii wetcoroed this week the,
W -i German Government's deci*
don to do away with the statute
o. limitations on war crimes pro-
ittons announced In Boon. Bui
h. ivarned Ji ". ih pinion to with-
hold any assessment of the move
until actual legislation emerges
from the Cabinet and the Ministry
. : Justice. Until the nature of the.
r -. known, th<- decision must
be treated .1- no more than an c\-
I ssion of Germany's realization
rhal those crimes cannot at any
til remain unpunished, Dr. G iW-
mar.n said.
Dr. > < 1 < 11 1.11.11 as president of
th<- World i>^>sh Congre*, was
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14 IYAR 5729
J\Lxtt JOSEPH 1LS0P
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ADL Study Stresses
Anti-Jewish Feeling
A four-year study of an'i-Srjmi-
in the United States, sponsored
by the Anti-Defamaticn Leaciue of
3'nai B'rith and conducted by the
S_:vey Research Center of the Uni-
ity of Ca'.ifornia has indicated
while "overt anti-Jewish discri-
on was low, negative attitudes
jrd Jews remained deeply in-
crr.ned and widely accepted."
The results of the study should
serve as a serious warning to Ameri-
ca:: Jewish leaders since apathy to
cr.t.-Semitism can certainly be even
rr ere dangerous than overt tnti- Se-
rr.-t.sm itself.
The fad that a majority of Ameri-
c:t.s either subscribe to cnti-Semi-
t.: beliefs or are indifferent to the
problem of anti-Semitism is ample
ccse for alarm. While only 16 per-
cent of the population based on the
survey's sampling of a national
cross-section of 2,000 was found to
be totally free of anti-Semitic views.
: :re than one third of those polled held nega-
t.ve images of Jews based on old canards that
Jews control international banking, engage in
s.-.cdy business practices, are too powerful,
CiCnnish or ambitious.
Jews, both as individuals and as a com-
jr._r.al endeavor, have been involved in a
multitude of programs to improve the entire
on. Unfcrtunctely, however, their efforts
e largely not received the public attention
they deserved, particularly in the smaller
: rrr.m unities.
.Vhat is called for is a massive information
tt. Education the best possible way to
0\ ercome the problem of anti-Semitism is
limited to formal schooling. It includes
educating the public on the worthwhile activi-
ty s of the American Jewish community on be-
.: of our notion.
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Support For Terrorists
Another study released by the ADL detailed
the growing financial, moral and political sup-
pert that Arab terrorists groups are receiving
ircm extremist organizations in the United
State*.
Here again, the failure of the American
Jewish community in the education of its own
youth as well as in presenting Israel's case
to the general community, is plainly evident.
It is ironic that many of the New Left groups
thai are providing moral and sometimes financi-
al support to the Arab terrorists are headed
by youths of Jewish background.
These young men and women have receiv-
ec little or no training in our traditions and be-
liefs. They are. unfortunately, sheep that are
allowed to roam without the guidance of a
shepherd.
We may have lost a good part of the pre-
sent generation but there is still hope for the
next one if they are taught early enough the
traditional Jewish commitments to concern for
our fellow men, political freedom and the ob-
ligation to actively work to advance our nation
and the world.
The Czech Winter
WASHING '.' N : the
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fort to convince the world that the Middle East
is on the brink of war, is to discourage tounsm
to Israel.
As Israel embarks on ots 22nd year, the
seriousness of the Arab threats against its
p.cple have assured its progress in all areas of
social, political and economic life.
One of these areas has been its ever-grcw
ing status as one of the hading tourism ee
ers of the world. There are many reasons foi
Ih s.
Israel is. above all. a land oi :: tats
a land in which the very beginnings of wes-
tern civilization meet the dynamic present and
the hope of the future. It is a land in which
East and West still encountered each other as
they did throughout the centuries. It .3 a land ct
deserts and flourishing fields, of mountai
lakes.
In Israel, the customs and traditions of more
than 70 countries of Jewish dispersion r.ave met
to yield a new synthesis and yet preserve I
best cf the old elements.
Sacred To Three Religions
First and foremost, however Israel is
ished as sacred to three qreat rel g ons. A< the
land cf the Bible, Israel attracts men end wo
men who seek an underst : ,( .ne deas
and ideals on which western life is basedIn
its unique role as a living museum of the pas-
Israel unfolds the story of mankind throughout
its innumerable sites easily access.ble to the'
visitor, restored and ordered anew aid
plained for the 20th century.
But Israel is also a land of the f iture
Habitations of the 10th century BCE are
fonud alongside entirely new social forms
totrnsh^'. YOU,h <**" ^t
F ii all it- down-ton ind
11 thi :: sa to the
1 vai it D -
-. Hussk
Mas fact
Plea
it protest Hui .k said in
"i we shall have 1 take
arsher m 1- in '
It m i) 1- of coursi thai H 1
1 1 be defied b> the 1
M idents 01 by the laUu
1-'- 11 'I :
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0 ai
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army, pli ttv powi
horn
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,i u holi
would b> di
Ii Ii it
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t. i-tnu't-. !*r if
l1 1
kind of ju
but 1 v-
1 r> imposition ;
I .\
inti rpreti rs ol the < '/
1 i|h .ik a-..1 U
li the Soviet t
ind 1
tin
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tak<
Kremlin Ialk\
This is nl'S i< 1 ;s .,
nonst nse At a minin .
Continued on Pq* 11 A
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ttntntni ty:
COHEN >
Iliiili Court Itulimr
ex
'See The Land, What It Is'
the sl-"9 change, brought about after
^e Six-Day War have had a revolutionary ef-
fect en the nation s tourism industry and have
made a visit far more meaingful.
American Jews now have a unigue oppor- J^St^f^^S"
tunity to participate in the historic struggle of it extends its salutations ZT^T T Today'
Israel for survival and growth as a healthy and man of aWLTtT Y ** P''9
axd thriving nation. man ready to *^J J JT-an and wo-
A major goal of the Arab propaganda ef- vitation "See thVland what it U ^ "*'
i-an ana
between l
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iti thinking, mi
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aj in all the 50 that mala tin
'""'" u' osick and
tm-,1 f the whole welfare lei in
: rtRhtl> so thai w blindly
:":k' unst the most help.
*u m oui iociet> the people on
the reliel rolls. To com our
guill foi permitting M much pov-
;,"'in ,h"""'-' 01 so
: have allowed our-
"'Imv to b.- convinced .1 nwd
myths and Ik
In Florida, for Instance which
rank* 47th among the states tor
IndJvfcloai ueifare payments the
/ people between H *., tf
ih and ha entitled to even that
small pittance arr blind or dis-
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Pendent children, orphans and
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ft's ruling n
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nt made b)
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North) 1:. -t.it.-. like N
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bad to bra
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Smith, in anas t
where theii reHel (oa :
n an average .>f 10 ;-
cause hi thi- mobiUtj N
with the highest family v 1 '*
actuali) tripled IU load w trs tht
ellrnJnatlon of the nne-yi 11
d) OCJ laws of most st 11 ""
effect on these Northcn *tatsi
could catastrophic
l it th' logit of th.
Court's ruling ant) b) I
crisis which lias been
lor many yi-ars. growil
callous nation a>enl
bustlM ss makinjj wgn ind loM
of money out <>f vnai
We take umbrage \^ Ith 1
tremists who call OUT ,v *
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on.- describe a bud :IImC
|rocess which slice* thinly fro"
the military ami thickly Ik"11 l*
poverty areas? How else decent*
the efforts to slow down inflate
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Friday. May 2. 1969
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First Reform Dav School Planned
m.
Sc.-nuel Gertner (left) executive vice president of Mount
binai Hospital, was honored at its annual meeting when
President Baron deHirsch Meyer presented him a plaque
commemorating his 20 years of dedicated leadership to the
institution. Mr. Gertner then stood speechless at the further
announcement that the board of trustees was adding i.s
own personal gift of appreciation, a round-the-world vaca-
tion for him and his wife, Edith.
Two Austrions Sentenced
For Wartime Murders
VIENNA iJTA> Two hiRh
Austrian police officials were sen-
fenced to prison terms by a Graz
court for participating in the war-
time murderi of Polish Jews.
Gerulf Mayer, a police major, re-
ceived an 11-year term after he
*a.s found guilty of having mur-
dered an adult an.i two children
and of having participated In the
liquidation of the Polish village ol
Polska-Skala in which 29 persons
were killed. Alfred Lusei drew a
s< i-en-year term for killing six per-
The two have appealed the
licts.
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Friday. May 2. 1969
fJkniit F/rricfibun
t*aqe 7-A
CJA-Israel Emergency Fund Enters Final Phase
rr.bers of the Study Committee on Leisure Time and
.h Services of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
::.eet to review requests by beneficiary agencies. Shown
ected, from left) are: Arnold Stern and Mrs. Harry B.
Smith; and (standing, from left): Robert P. Forman, as-
i Horwich. committee chairman.
Fed-
i ratioi 1969 Con Ji v
V i Israel Emergency I
It
ai il now i i.i, rs
II third .i I fii | | :..,
To rial almost 11.00 have
b. pi secured i thi
R brrl R .-- II rural i i i paif i
lii man, has annoi nc< d
! l.OOO .licet ; i r\
tion i ;n i I- 1 ;,. i t m-
cii ase m i last yra ini-
I aiRI : '.
paralleled by ii
|xrcenl ii reas i Lsiai :
: jf|
I eel Jew \\i
it in -
While the plight >l [si u
i int ; nii|. .ii foreniosl in
1 v. I mil h< arts "
said 'our l 750 i impaign
work rs and man; i onti ib
an not losing sigh) ol the im|K>r-
lano "I maintaii ing a sti i
hi althy, and \ iabli Ji v | miu-
nitj hi re in < in at< i Miami
"K\ i n though oui i im| ugn has
red to i recoi d mark, it is I
James M. Aberman. chairman of the Paints,
Chemicals and Plastics Division of the 1969
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign, hosted a cocktail party at
his home in honor of General Shmuel Eyal.
The affair produced a 40 percent increase
from those who attended compared to 1968.
Shown (from left) are: Robert Levin. Milton
Marguhs. General Eyal, Mr. Aberman and
Julius E. Bearman.
final one-third whit h will
: ol Hi,
< in ati i Mia i i J< w ish
nd. i to ... ,ii. \. ,, .
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M"" '' lit to Hi,
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I rrad Professi
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I >a\ id B. F aintaii
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Th< Riant !:
His. i >i i ii Ben I
parties linnen
out (ireatcr Mi u ,| ha\i n i
d in..... than a 50 :,
inci i.i-.....
I-1 d bj an a (em-
|>l< s and syna >c i. -
ball il "JA IM-
..: manj sin lions was
held r< rent I) bv Ten i VI.
wh re more thai S; was
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Di\ ision ,.i the ... | .-
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list of not
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Mr. Ftus not '. Pres
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mund S Mi ski. Gov< inor Prank
I >l Rhodi Islan I, Vii.
ROBERT RUSSELL
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Mr Ii iss.
Dinitz Slated To Address
Comm itn icalions Division
Sim. iter of In-
formal I the Isi a. Kml.....-
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1 '.*''.> I \:
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v i'i '' Mitch. Wolf son, I
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in the Si Club ol
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a Women's Committee of the Cuban He-
<^m Ciicie i.eld a luncheon and fashion
'' On If of the 1969 Combined Jew-
i Appenl-lsrael Emergency Fund ram-
:gti. Shown 'seated from left' are: Mrs.
,!de Vo\] i, Mrs. Rebecca Kravec and
. Ofehc; Ruder and ^standing from left)
Gidalio Feldenkries. clnninoii of
Hebrew-Cuban Group of CJA
Dascal, chairman of Women's C
of Cuban-Hebrew Circle: M
sky; Dr. Bernaido Bents, pn
bun- Hebnw Circle; Send
representative of Greatei M Fed-
eration.
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Paul Barnett Jacob I., i'hei ,.
in. t ol tru-
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+Jenist ncrtfiar
Fridgy, May 2.
Israel Hero To Address Beth Am Diniiei
COL. AMOS BENIN
Uberl Sabin
Is Named To
Israeli Post
ntlnued from Paa;e l-A)
- v iv i al a
...
- w hie i w as addressed b>
S \ is lador WaJ-
v.< Bai boui I> wey Stoni
i an ol iiv board "i go\ei -
and Mi. W< isgal.
rovi ri the appoint-
Pro! G< Schmidt,
i,. f the i hi mistrj depai tment,
ru w lin ctoi "I i he Insti-
t m hi< h as am< ,l after the
li Dr. Chaim Web
tiM eader ol the World Zi-
i moverm nt who served as
Isi s first 1 ne "t the
v. lai. -' scii ntific institu-
i it has tioi considerable
i :
Col. Amofl Benin, who played a
leading role tai the capture of the
Old City "i Jerusalem and the
West Bank of the Jordan during
the Six-Day War of 19i7. will ix-
the gu< -i speaker al the Temple
v Israel Dinner "f Stat<
on i- hall of Isra< l Bonds at 7 10
p.m. Saturday in the Fontaine-
Mi au Hotel.
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\ I a I ler in n
. co nmui al life.
Ben linner i
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mmittee >>t hosts
ated thai nout was
expi ct< d t. which will
rj of Is-

mand-
Ti I A\ i\ 11 :ion <>: Isi ai i
u ith thi s| poi Ibil-
lefense. si curity,
.- i spa cialist in tin lac-
. m 'I in Its
Flagler Federal Getc
Branch Office Permil
Flakier Fi deral Sat li gs and Loan
\- iti'in of Miami has been
nted permission t.> open a
branch office in the ncinity ol the
163rd Streel Shopping Center in
N.ii th Miami I'.' ach.
Alfred Browning Parker will de-
sign the office building for the 13-
year-eld association, which plans
b .ilil on the Mm theast eoi ni r of
N'l 15th Ave and 165th St. this
Pa il Ma ks rhaii man ol the
boai d of Fla lera lid the
now branch :il open between the
first I ler and thi < nd of the
S i-ai .
IiuriBB the War of Liberation, he
was Convnai i of the 1st Ai -
mored Division, which liberated
Western G&llli
("el U( mi' has studi I at ar-
mon il c ii
thr I'r.it. il Stal s. '.:. has sei v< !
as Offictr-in-Chai I Isi u
Vrm >n d Scl
Campaign "f 1956, hi was a '
le i
f t hi D
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,1. wish d. fense I
British M
Hcadii
'. ith Mr. Good

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Dau
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itrmen. u'>n'r nreJwfcra U
rv. ning. ami fba
A r.,. :,,.! '..I. fenm.tanoiM ^
,, Mi and Mis. Kess-
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Friday. May 2. 1969
+Jewist Ikrkli >r
Page 9-A
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The 1969 New Car Original Equipment/W.'-;
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6.45x14 16.00 31.50 62.00 1.62
6.95x14 17.00 33.50 66.00 1.83
7.35x14 18.00 35.50 70.00 1.87
7.75x14 19.00 37.50 74.00 1.95
8.25x14 21.00 41.50 82.00 2.IS
8.55x14 23.00 45.50 90.00 2.46
6.85x15 17.00 33.50 66.00 1.71
7.35x15 18.00 35.50 70.00 1 91
7.75x15 19.00 37.50 74.00 1 99
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8.25x15 21.00 41.50 82.00 2.20
8.55x15 23.00 45.50 90.00 2.43
8.85x15* 28.50 56.50 112.00 2.74
9.15x15* 28.50 56.50 112.00 301
9.00x15* 25.50 50.50 100.00 2.71
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*Ja*i Friday. May 2, L969
I
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Driving Force
*
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nity, niaj verj II affi i I
lit) .i- i .1. u
ply, .i- Ann 11' ans \>.
that such i oneepta as "cil i-
: sitonsibilit ind
i an not i- limited
11 hi r bj geographic l> lundariea or
tation. The Ni
probli m is a problem ol the white;
the problem is ,i prol
hi wi n -to-do; the ui ban pi ob-
ol 'I it. s.
W Hilli I said i.....
illi An
ires I lh the hi ril
-' in) "I his group.' The
. hieh he accepts this
will determine thi
t which in will find fulfillim
his ii n lif'.
As w \ ii a Jew ish history w ith
- ii hii \ i menl ol tin ee
cai quit) ri adily ae-
Ih -m \ i\ :il nnd en a-
. Judaism bj recogni:
that I in no) separati
lhe community" was both
the basis I and the drh ing force
In a meaningful Jewish lift
Cedars To Show
Tropical Paintings
a of giant-
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t Cedars :
I in thi Mi
Ci\ l \VV l Ith St

need that I
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fiist r 17 l
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inish Wells
: i here shi
. fits v r scenes a I iml
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The Ci dars ol !.. i anon paint-
ha been executed upon huge
M planks similar to flooi lum-
ber, and are primarily floral
still-life studies in vivid "op"
colors
By KAKItl SAMI EL FOX
\\ lii'ii b tli' proper time to
make llii- mil in one's < lotto-,
during one'* li<-rt-.i\i-mriit'.'
Bas ca l>, the piopei time i-
:. the deal
one's u hi n iii st i.
m -
s was thi of the
...
tin- ni ws ol siin'i one's di il
tm i
ni Jonal
Iii- I when one
In ars event, his ifrtme-
iliati i lion Is i m ol griel w hieh
lely be exjres
Fi'i somi 11 .i .....:.
i practii i i
have thi rent turn whin the bod)
was carried out ol the house lor
iv wIn r. th. i ask< t is taki n
it the I ral ome or wherevi i
the funeral euli igj i- t- livercd'
A numlx i of reasons are ad-
; this di laj in t<
on, \ clothes Some claim that I
nol \' i >' Is el i ii
I U.l> ill
lhal he ("hi
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ibl or someoi
v I ii i kni w* -
Alsi it is .

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I is after the
one I while the n w -
rd v ili
I-' ii Hi. i -
I the moui n-
ers in together, which ma) i I
). the case whi n death occurs or
w hen the t the de ith
It is general!) agreed that the I
should !> madi at some time !>-
(ween thi- oa i| the death
and the covi i ii ol the gi a\.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Emor
Festit .I 5yi n !-"la !-'< I
Seven day* m nleavi nod bread i. _
a nemorial ,li,: s (23.23 :
j;\40R \- I unto M w p> i
.;. ,j. i ,. ... md -.in onto them TtH i
himsi II for th > I hta pe exi pi
I hut is ne u for his mothei
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I -.1 take
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volume is available a J7 William St., Naw York S, N.Y. Prostdent
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OR OLOM TEMPLE 8755 SW 16th
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in Car-tor Benjamin Ben An 13
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Av' C Rabbi Ralph
Can 14
T.TERETH JACOC, TEMPLE1 951
Jin a*. Hialeah. Consei v.it.v-
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ZION (TEMPLI ,.000 Miller Rd
Conte--v.it ve. Habbi Alfred Wan-
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CANDLELIGHrihG TIME
14 IYAR 7:32
MIAMI BEACH
ACLDAt-H ISRAEL T8C1 Cariyle Ave
Orthflox. Rabbi lu,it Ev-r 17
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BETH ISRAEL 770 40th it. Orthodox.
Rabbi Be'el Ween 18
BETH JACOB 301 Wahington Av-
Orthodox R .i ryahu T Svv
sky. Cantor Mju'rr Main.net. 19
BETrt RAPHAEL TEMPLEi 1546
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4-44
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kron sh. Cantor David Conviter. 21
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BETHTFILAH 9M Euclid Ave Ortho-
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig. .3
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mgton Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman Assistant Rabbi
Darnel E Kirahblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler. 24
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Cantor T bor Mos-s
BETH T0R4H N>J -,4tn St at 11th
Ave Conservative Rj .. L,p.
' Cantor Jacob Renter 34
BEJchvOShe CONGREi-.A-r
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Rabbi Oav.d Rosenfeld Cantor B-n
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B-N AI RAPHa"eT*UOi NW 1S3rd s,
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Discussing Vrms Ban

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Electric rates have
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While inflation has been
pushing other prices up,
the pr.ce of electricity
has gone down. In fact,
the average price paid per*
I 'owatthour by FPL-served
families today is one-third
less than it was in 1957.
Which makes all your
home's electric conven*
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Tenth Man' Si ill Prefers To Go It Ylom
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Capital Spotlight
By Milton friedman
Terrorists Adopt Communist Ideology
W '-'I'..' '
Till; S \MI state I A
can int< in Korea, Lcban D
I: nd Viet Nam i nd* til
n Communisn I lowi
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TourismIsrael's Booming Industry
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By BORIS SMOLAR
Take A Brief Look At Tomorrow
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Ji w ish Idenl fa matin it >n which
shows .i tendency lo consider Jewish matters a-
- .": jeneral tame* m American life, and
which i largely indifferent to Jewish problems
The need for strengthening Jewish Identity and
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Friday. May 2. 1969
* kh /?# flrrffriiirfi
Pace 15-A
BOOK REVIEW
S4>!jnunir b. I if bin an
Bj
It would Im- interesting la
make a survey to ascertain how
many know th- name <>f the Jew
who served under four of the
Presidents of the United States.
The likelihood is that very f' w
could artswer this question. If th<
question were "What Jew served
as Seeretafy of Commerce in the
President's CaMnet t">0 years
ago?" it is doubtful tti.it more
than a corporal's guard couldan-
: tin- query,
l
Oscar S. Straus served twice
ii-i Minister to Turkey, und< i
Presidents Graver Cleveland
lDem.'j and William McKinley
(Rep.). He was Ambassador to
l i! key tinder Th< odore Roose-
\cit and Secretary ol Commerce
for President William Howard
Taft Mi Stiaus was also >he
idate for < '< ivt rnor ol N< w
> k Stati in 1912 as I H | ib-
Ii> an
A Dl'AL HERITAGE
NAOMI COHEN
if this ind much ire is
tied in Ihr biogi iphj ol
iu* written by Na
i ..., i i fessor ol
\ Dual Heritage i J> wish
.. (6.50.1
i i was
inj Dei
br i hi to this
; Hi '-
i Pennsylvania ui I fam-
M-ttled in Ni w Yi ii I- I [<
ltd wa i Iner in
.ii i fabulous busim ss of im-
i; n
icy & Co md later Abrs
SI mm In Brooklyn.
i k, ,ir almrvliuieil law and en-
red the family business. He was
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the characteristics ol the social-
minded and upper strata con-
sciousm ss of the German Reform
Jews who enriched this country
ami aided their co-religionists
when they were in distress, fi-
nancially or as the result of per-
secution.
Straus' many activities includ-
ed hi Iping to found the American
Jewish Historical Society, which
ii' ->'i\ years. The purpose of its forma-
tion was defensive, as was the
motivation of B'nai B'rith and
the American Ji wish Committee,
He raisid the funds for Kayser-
ling's research and work to pro-
< hrtntopher < -
liiiiiinis .md the Participation >!
the jews iii the Spanish ami Por-
tuguese DiS4 liveries
His death Maj I, 1926, brought
t" a l i H : of a man
who w ,i- veritably i ithor-
-'.ii- sman-diplon I J u
Nai |n rfiii mi rl .i
most eredital
wi i ann I I mi n-
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He deplond tl I I I Ji u
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Ji wish iiirthy ol
He sa*d
Ii u ish
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ii lion an I nil
The author has m ide a valu-
able contribution to general hls-
(Ol;. as wi II a a historj Ol a
Jew.
Cohen
Continued from Page 4-A
which must !_..
ploymcnt, and ini vitably at the
lower levels el our social order?
I am not convinced that then-
is a Marxist or any other totali-
tarian solution th.it would be ac-
ci ptable, but those who attack
any humanitarian approach as
Communism or Socialism have
convinced me only that they lack
compassion, or worse. The fur-
ther we gel from the <".i-.it De-
pression, tin further we stray
from our Jewish heritage (and
this t;oes for those identified
loosely as Christians!, the less
we are able to empathize with
the poor.
Several years ago, I appeared
before a Legislative Committee
to plead (unsuccessfully) feu- ad-
ditional aid todependent children.
Tin re is a Hebrew, Biblical
word, 'tsedakah'," I told them,
"which is is, ,| synonymous!) as
ch ii n v just ice, trut h, km I
ethical conduct, help and delivi r-
i 'i i brew, equivalent of
'i eh, i ae.....ding to our t< aching,
is "i a matter of philanthropic
sentiment, but legal rightness,
It is i xpected ol all men toward
all mi n.
"I have no hesitation in stating
that I believe I speak for the
lai ge .! w ish community of South
la." I s.ud at that time,
'when I quote from Deuti ronomy
'Poor people will never cease to
l>c in thi land, hence; I. the Lord,
command you You shall open
your hand to your brother, to
your ioor and needy'." I'm not
so sure. now. that I could speak
for any large community. Jewish
or otherwise No one really gives
a damn.
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+Jtnist tkrMkm
Friday. M^y 2,
'nee upon a time, a nice little lady
Complained to one of our tellers that
she^asn't getting the kind of service we
promised in our advertising. But the teller
didn't pay very much attention.
So the nice little lady's account is no
longer with us. Neither is the teller.
Somewhere out there reading this right
now is the nice little lady who taught us
our lesson. She knows that when most sav-
ings and loan associations in town pay the
same 5%% on savings certificates* and \x/i%
on passbook accounts, she
can afford to choose the one
that treats her as if she had
the biggest account in town.
You know, she's right.

Flagler Federal Savings
& Loan Association of Miami
1 '......... "HI,
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"Jewish IHLoridian
Mount Sinai Reelects
Baron dellirsch Meyer
Miami. Florida Friday, May 2, 1969
Section B

Joseph Davidson 'left). Malcolm Woldenberg
(center) and Mrs. Basil Heatter were among
new trustees elected at the annual meeting
of Mount Sinai Hospital. They are congra-
ulcrted by hospital president. Baron deHirsch
Meyer (light), and J. Gerald Lewis, chairman
of the nominating commit'ee. Two other new
board members, Clifford Perlman and Saul
Silberman. are not shown.
School Board Issues Directives
On Jewish Holiday Observance
The Dade County Board <>f Pub-
1 Instruction this week issued
- cial directives t > trie heads of
all schools calling for full rtcogni-
ti 'ii of all major Jewish holy day*
ntnl th' s.-ii'Uit.'i in excusing Jew-
ish Student! from classes anil other
art iv it us at those times.
"No issue should be made of the
possible absences ol these students
oi Jewish holidays." the directives
wurned, urging that teachers plan
m 'i k as usual but not ichedule
major examinations In addition,
t u hi i- are sski it to count stu-
d its absent mi iii' se days but not
t i penalize them in any wa>*, and
to allow
work.
them to make up the
Julius J. Rosen To
Be Recipient Of
I .O.J.CA. Award
Julias .i i: n ol Mian". Beach
1 t been named the n cipii nl "i
t 1968 Kethei Shi m Ti \ Vwnrd
i 'he Union "f i >rtli idox Jewish
i gallons "i Vmei i, Jos -ph
K ii nsick, pn skli nt of th
i it Ion serving 1.100 na i rues
t i oughout the L'nlti d Stat< and
i ii ada. has annoum
The award, an "a\ d silver
i aquc given for "outstanding lead-
ership and service to the Jewish
c immunity at the national lew I,"
will be presented In special cen
n nii.s at the U.O.J.C.A.'S annual
national dinner Sundav evening,
May IX. in New York City.
mm i. *osfN
The inclusion of Jewish religious
holidays in the regular school cal-
endar of days to be observed is the
result oi the efforts of the Rabbin-
ical Association of Greater Miami,
which released the calendar to the
schools through Kahhi Ir\ing
Lehrman, chairman of the Religion
and School Committee, and Rabbi
Solomon Schlff, executive \ U
president >>i the Association.
"The calendar is In response t"
conflicts which arise from time to
t ii".> i.. tween act l\ ii les and re-
ligious holida s u hit h cause h
Ji \v Is i sr idi
sonnel in iui school i iti
i th Ids." i:.i iii Lehr-
man d< clai
Thi call i dar eh s a pi te out
line ''I th< Iw'ida s as to theii ob-
s. \\a...... bj the vari bi n h- -
nt Judaism di ici ibii : the d
x. Col
* rvattve Reforn nd Lil
rhes rti Ji ish Sa b th."
. notes berrii i Frida nt sui
Saturday evenii
In 'diti n to the Hade County
Pul I s) stem the call ndar
v as also pn > nted to the Broward
and Monroe Count) Public School
systems, the University of Miami
and Miami-Dade Junior College.
"The response by each of these
ips has hern verj encouraging.
l- ach h is gh en assui ano I hat the
Association's request will be fol-
lowed and that the calendar will
be consulted in then- scheduli s,"
said Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, president
I ir \\ higham s iperintendi nt
nt Dade County Public Schi
thanked the Association and said
the holiday Information would be
distributed to all teachers.
Dr. Peter Masiko, Ji president
of Miami Dads Junior Colk
aid the Association's request will
!>. "given fail consideration."
L'nivi rsity Of Miami president
in Henrj King Stanford, who also
responded favorably, |H>inted out
that he hail rescheduled several
j activities in the past as a result of
| information given him by the As-
I sociation and cited the postpone-
ment of a football game scheduled
for Kol Nidre night and the chang-
ing of fall registration dates to
avoid conflict with Roah Hashanah
as examples
Copies of the calendar can be
obtained by contacting the Rab-
binical Association or The Jewish
Florid Ian.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer was re-
elected president of Mount Sinai
Hospital and five new members
were named to its Imanl of trus-
tees at the institution's annual
meeting.
Elected to one-year terms as
trustees were Joseph I >a\ idson.
Mrs Basil Hi atter, Clifford Perl-
man, Saul Silb Titian and Malcolm
Woldenberg. Max Orovitz "as re-
turned to his |hisi as chairman of
the board.
Leonard Abl ss again was named
vice chairman, ami David 1'. Cats-
man, Edward I.. Cowcn and Li
nard A. Wk-n were reelected vice
presidents Three new vice presi-
di nts Shepanl Bi ad, Paul Faske
and Samuel Levenson also were
named, alone with other new
ceis A. C. Fine, assistant secre-
tary, and Max V Cogen, treasurer
Retaining their previous posts
were Dan B. Ruskin, secretary
Milton Weiss assistant secretary
and Sam A. Goldstein, assistant
treasurer.
Longtirm board members Leo-
nard A. Wien and Joseph Rose
were honored with i levation to the
status of life trustees, while sev-
eral other trustees were returned
to office. They include;
James M. Albert, Isa lore Hecht.
Sam J Meiman. Ernest Jams
Howard Kane. Joseph Upton, Na-
than Manllow, Mrs a Herbert
Mathes. Hank Meyer, Benjamin <'
Meyers. Harry Nathenson. Julius
Rosenberg, Edward Shapiro and
Carl Susskind.
The officers and trustees were
commended last month by the Na-
tional Joint Commission on Ac-
creditation of Hospitals In its tn-
1 ennial survey, when it praised
"plans for new construction to en-
hance the medical treatment fa-
cility." Tin- reference was to the
Miami Beach B.B.
Lawrence H. Shuman, president
of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nal
B nth. will speak at 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the DiLido lloti l on
the topic "American Presidents
and the J. m i
recently begun $20 million medical
center campaign, which will ex-
; bj I the hospital into the souths
must complete private1 healthcare
Institution.
In his annual report, Mr. Meyer
reaffirmed the administrations
dedication to achievement of the
i. and predicted it would be
well on its way to completion by
th i!'7>> annual meeting.
Elections, Awards
(hi AJC Agenda
For Annual Meet
f officers and exi
pmbers will 1
nda il the annual meeting at i
1 the < Ireater Mian
Cha of the American Jewish
1 n ittee, sehcduk d foi thi I
ponl i'la. a Hotel Saturda;
Dr. Joseph R Narot, presid
t the l< cal chapter, will con I
the meeting; Alfred Boas ii..... -
diate past president, will sen
OVi rail chairman.
Principal address of the evei
will !>e d< livered by Simon S
director. AJC foreign affairs de-
partment. His topic will be "Israel
War or Peace."
Program for the evening w
a'so include the presentation of
the Greater Miami American Jew-
ish Committee's Human Relations
Vwards to Harry Hood Bassett
.nl Garth C Reeves, Sr., with
Robert Russell the recipient of the
Jewish Communal Service Award
Mr Bassett is chairman of the
board and chief executive officer
n! Southeast Bancorporation and
the Fust National Bank ol Miami.
Pn sidei t ol the United Block Fed-
erati n. Mr Reeves also serves as
chairman of the board of the Na-
tional Industrial Bank.
Mr. Russell, who is serving as
1969 chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is a
trustee ol Temple Israel and if
the Cedars <>f Lebanon Hospital
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Friday, May 2 'g
S59
Israel Tourism Minister Due May 18
Sn becanv Mir st i
or of the toel BO.
Mr K lies throughout Israel- In his

- Ultj tot
th.' -..- i f key sector* of
fOSNEKOt
Greater Miami lead* r~ II gath-
er at th.' dinner to spearhead a
spec in Miami to advance
Israel's tourist industry, the cun-
try s fastest growing source of
foreign exchange
Beca-'s** the tour:st trr.de re-
present* a promisir.e source of in-, ^(lrut esecotive. and establish**!
created income. Capital for Israel. tht, ^^j-^ i^Ut Exchange Office,
which was estabksh.fi in 1966 at wnicn he served as its f:rst Chair*
the request of th>- government of n
Israe'. :s now embarking on the
distribution of a new issue of stock As a deputv member of the J- < -
in the Tourist Industry Develop- ish Agency Executive in the eartj
cipal and founder of the Hebrew ment Corporation, which has b.-en HMO's, h.- was named chairman '
Academy of Greater Miami, will responsible for the expansion of the Management Board of Youth
address the 14th annual conven- hotel and other faoilit > for the A!.yah th- agency which rescued
School Convention
Hears Rabbi Gross
P.abbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
;h<' count! >my
Mr Kol IS
f th-- "' "A
movement and Its to
the Hist. Irut At the "'
World W ir II I* a mem-
ber of th Secretariat of th<- His-
Holocaust Tragedy
Is Recalled Here
A warning that the "trajric ae-
on v
tion of the National Conference of
Day School Principals this week-
end at the Pioneer Country Club
in Greenfield Park. N.T.
Rabbi Gross, whose topic will be
The Crisis in Hebrew Teacher
P.ecruitment." will warn the prin-
cipals gathered there that "the
most serious problem affecting the never happen aeain was voiced bv
jrrowth and development of the Rabbi Irving Lrhrman. spiritual
day school movement is the ob- leader of Term.I. r rr.anu-Kl. at a
taining of experienced teachers for gathering sponson the Hebrew departments of the Pioneer Worn n Poale Zion. The
day schools." He will also preside event marked the 26th commemo-
at a symposium on Chartering ration of th, Warsaw gh.tto up-
New Horizons in Day School Ed- rising,
ucation."
_ ........... Rabbi Lehrman told the group
The rabbi will also discuss the that th ,iav h s,gn,ficant as a
formation of a national organic- memonal to predicate ourselves
t.on consisting of all junior and so that millions shall not have
senior high school students now diod ln valn
attending Hebrew academies.
------------------------- Joseph P. Zuckerman. chairman
I i.l;.. Of IH7V \t of !ho event- reminded the audi-
Ladie Of J\ Meet ence that the tragedy should never
The Ladies Auxiliary of West b.- forgott.-r. The praver of (hi
223, Jewish War Vet- survivors and every Jew." he de-
- was to hold its regular clared, "is that our brethren in
etJng at 8:15 p.m. on Israel speedily attain freedom
in Ahaval Shalom Co-.- from f.-ar and want and that I
- 67th .V.. W si b> : | to build a symbol of
i" a< mai kind."
tens of thousands of children and
bnjught them to Israel and d-reel-
ed its efforts to repatriate refu
child-en detained in Cyprus
In IMS he was elected
memoi rship in the Jewish Agency
Executive, and became head of
of the Nazi holocaust mast Youth Al yah. a pos.t;on he held
until he joined the Israel Cabinet
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Mr*. Fogler Is Elected
By Hebrew U. Women
,\< ;. -<< nt hi im M h< !d '" th
i MHfflM WorrS Ihi Dtvttlon,
n rimn Friends i>f the Hebrew
; niversity, ohaiml by Mrs, Ktith
Berger Mrs Sigmund
lei was Installed ;is president
and '. Tm.i' Hamerschlag as
rmaWdf thr b ard. Mn Sam-
in I Si onhofl a-. the Installing
uffiei
i of the initial membei
the Foreign Poiic) Organization,
Mis Fogler has been involved in
community service! since the early
19*203. Following many years <>f
pi tivltj m in'half of Hadassah and
RT, is 19'18 she was elected na-
tional :i sdfitjirf Women's Amer-
ican OUT, and served in that posi-
tmn until 19-12. Prom 1942 to 1940.
Mrs Fogter headed ort's leader-
ship ar.ii public six'nkiiiK courses
throughout the United states.
A member of .tiv Women's Di-
vision tK>ard for many years and
past recording secretary of 'b' or-
ganization, Mrs. Fogler brings to
lv r new role an unusual knowh-dge
Sunshine Ladies
Install New Slate
The Sunshine Chapter of H'nai
P'rith Women will install new of-
1 lleY!'M SfflSrMI if. Fridav In the
Amori.twn "Hotel, wiih Mrs. Ar-
t m rjqrwitz. District 5 vice pres-
. a* lfirtallini; officer. Marie
j ilabai wife <>i Judge Balaban,
utll cr.TtTtntrr.------
Sch<(1tiiraTtrUdcroffIce are Mrs
rial Bernstegl president; Mrs
k Jtern, Kitty-Baumohl, Fan-
. ('. H- and Charlotte Fein, vice
I id< nts; Mrs .' u k l iresner, fi-
i ireia secretary: Mrs. Mav Scho-
; !.easini r; Mrs. Bernard
t'... in an, i ni ir ling en tary;
Miss Pthrt < "f>h*n corresponding
Wr< En rry Ney d
sen ti arul Stella Adelman,
Mi 9 '' ick s is chair
? ins her co-
i r| is Mrs Gordon.
e> i.evMi. V'i Dresnei
Gt r t 1 e I sv are I
:i -
of Isra i llai mum' ic work ard
education She has lived in Florida
ilnee 1952 and lias been active In
Hadassah, American Technion So-
jciety, the Zionist Organization of
Am. rica and Albert Einsti In Med-
ical School.
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag is
among the founding officers of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University Women's Division, and
has been its vice president foi So-
| ell t I of the Book since the incep-
. tion of that project. A national of- '
fleer of the Arnerican Friends and
the American Technion Society
Women's Division, Mrs Hamer-
schlag is also an officer of the'
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Active in every aspect of civic
and community work. Trudy Ham- \
erschlag has BjUen her efforts to,
Community Chest anil other civic
groups as well as Israel-oriented
nhilanthropy. she has been named
* Woman of Valor of State of Israel
Bonds, and has been the recipient] I
' of many honors for her dedicated I
work. An alternate.delegate to the j
Hebrew University Roard of Gov
crnors meeting In Jerusalem in
19G*1. Mrs. Hamerschlag brings tq
the b-nnl chairrrmnshlp a know I-
edge of Israel and Hebrew Fniver-
sit) gained through first-hand ex-
perience.
Among the ofKef" officers in-
stalled were hwMiary peeaidenti
Mrs Louis Glasser, Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger, Mrs.. Sitmuri sunon-
hoff Mrs Philip F Thau and Mrs.
Carrie Rosen? Mrs, chart""! Char-
cowsky, Miss .Lillian Goodman,
Mrs Leon Kron>lj. Mrs Anna
1 i nner Meyers". Mrs Jack S. Po-
: i : Mrs. ( Ida C Rubin, and Mrs.
David Ponve, the president's oabi-
net; the Mesdames Ernest Abram-
' ion Berger, Jacob
Dorothy Krieger Fink,
Abiam Fox. Mycr Han is Ro
Hoi Facob Kat man, lax E
i.ev ini h irry Plftoff. Mil
Pn is Emma R ittnei. Abe Rubin
and Vrth r Wtnarick, vice presi-
dents Mn 11 < Id Kli in, pai
Mi s .1 icob I '.i'. is, re-
nd Mrs
etarj
Mrs. fofl/er Mrs Hamerschlag
the (AJoynan s HJoriel
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Friday, May 2, 1969
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The Israeli GrOOP will hold its
installation of officers at 12:15
p.m. Monday in the Algiers Hotel.
Brunch will lie served and a mu-
sical program will lx' presentd by
Mrs (Catherine Russel, who will
iw accomnanied at the piano by
Mrs. Jerri Jaymes. Guest speaker
Will lie Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs..
Etta Westin is group president;
presidentelect is Mrs. Esther
Meyer.

Ttle Knima l.:i/:irns tirnup will
hold its installation Monday noon.
May 12, at the Singapore Hotel.
Cantor Rita Shore, who will he
accompanied by her husband, uill
entertain the group. Guest speak-
t;r will be Mrs. Jack Wolfsteln.
Group president is Mrs Henrietta
Fine.
*
The Shalnma (iroup's meeting
anil installation will be i;i the Al-
giers Hotel at noon Monday. Snack
luncheon will be served. Rabhi
David Raab, spiritual leader of
Temple I'.eth Raphael, will lv1 the
Installing officer: program chair-
man is Mrs. Rose Garth. Mrs.
Jrvio Shapiro is group president.
'-
Henrietta s/oi its installation brunch In the ,\i-
'i"is Hoi i noon Monday, May
12 Mrs Phillip F Thau, chapter
nresidi i t, v ill be the installinR of
\ Kay u ill present a
I >anied on
Blbor Stern.
Mrs Sol Greenberg is president of
up.
Mrs. Simon April Is
Reelected By Aviva
Vt 1
week of 1
rn of Mian Mrs S
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Ton's splriti
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served is

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/ ichni r, tn asurer; Mrs
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ia S
lai
correspoi
Mi I rles
i hail man. cochaii man \> is

Hospital Chapter
Installs Leaders
The G inter ol
11 orn Hosnitil if Rn '
N.J., will hold
luncheon T n s laj
Ba i lona Hoi
Mrs David M will
n of I
\:i I in Duck
chaii new
slate Special lyrics I Mi-
will be
musical program by th
(; o
('hapter pn lenl Mrs H
ah Lex is
Kadimah Hadassah Unit
Installs New Slate
The Kadimah Group .>i Hadassah
will hold its installation luncheon
at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the
SingaiMire Hotel.
Mrs Jay Dernier will install the
new officers. ReRina l.acks. Hurt
Packman and Jo-Jo Whitey will
provide the entertainment.
Mrs. George Meisel is president
of the group.
A mother-daughter fashion show
and brunch is the special evenl
lx ing planni d bj the students ol
the H.n. n School for the Mentally
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Friday. May 2, 19C?
HtKMAN SHAW
Temple Ner Tamid
Installs Officers
l. Shan ill be in-
- president of Temple Ner
id ;it 10 a.m. Sunday. Rabbi
Lai o\it/, spiritual leader
h ti mplo. w ill install the new
-
!-'l-t wuh Mr Shaw
m i Lou s i 'ohi i xecutlx e \ ice
it; Morris Cohen, Isldor
1 mil S ilomon Siegi I, \ ice
.! Rosenfi Id tn -
Superstrin, financial
ir> J< s Kahn assistai I
;. il s .I. tarj Carlton Blake,
IK secret I Paul H.
i seen tarj
s of I
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': Si ni I
J L Shaw. Harry
> in. Jos Silvcrman. J idfte
H Si Ariolphe Statt-
.- S Sadl i"rotsk>
.' tu installi 'I arc Mrs
11 ' : as president ni
I rid L tuis Suchman .is
i ol tin Mi Club,
Sabbath Scrvicet
Plus Graduation
At Temple* Israel
Twenty-five young men am)
women will be graduated Friday
night from the Senior High De-
partment of Temple Israel ol
Greater Miami's Religious School.
of these. 13 have a record oi con-
tinuous attendance for 13 years,
beginning m Temple Israel's kin-
cii rgarten.
Graduation ceremonies will take
i ice on the pulpit as part of the
Sabbath Eve services, n tradition
begun a decade ago when the first
three graduates were honored.
Sii ce that time, when onh six st i-
dints were enrolled, the High
School department lias grown in
strength until this year neartj 130
young persons were registered.
Alan Rackoff. president of the
Youth Group, will deliver an ad-
dress.
Graduating arc Lonny Altman,
I.ori Altman. Barbara Boms.
Mitchell Besvinick. Mauri Brack-
er, Linda Cohen, Barbara Freed-
man. Linda Freeman, Richard
Frohman, Steven Gladstone, Gail
Goldfarb, Lorie Goldman, Monti'
Gordon, Andrea Kirsh, And) Lane.
Laura Levene, Alan Rackoff, Judy
Ross, Kdward Sager, Deborah
Schwartz, Carolyn Singer, S
Howard Taft, Dorot
Watls ind Lcsli Weiss
Aw Is which will enal
i
throughoul Ihi c...... w ill l |
anted

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'. David S
i \ .
Rabbi J
orial Aw .ir.!
\Iso the li
i ial Aw aid to Hilary Fi iedn
and Donna Pelle; the Vouth Group
President Award to Laura Bulbin;
the Religious School Hebrew
Award to Alana Aarons, Elisa
Krupka, Joan Langfi Id and Deb-
bie Levene; and the Men's Club
Service Award to Richard Froh-
and Howard Goldman.
> I
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will have the opportunity to enjoy the private stables at
'Jam outstanding co-educational camp. Set on its own 55-acre
ake. the camp is rated among the best in the country.
Temple Judea Honors
Rabbi Morris Kipper
9ABBI MOKKIS KIFPiS
Gold Honor Tribute
By B.B. Women
Tin
'Gold Honor" members of
the eight chapters were guests ofi
the Broward-North Dade Council
o B'nai B'rith Women at the Gold
Honor Tribute and Installation
sponsored bj the Council at the
Americana Hotel last week. These
mi mbers have show n tin n inti resl
and good faith i>> paying their
membership dues in advance of the
regulai dues pa;, ing j i ai Ri
nitiu '.i Th Club
Ten Mi mbei s "

presidenl of the I '.i owai I Si
i' .' lortot
Flea Market Funds
To Child Center


May 18 Pru
will t

Jud
i- i: .I the Paients loi
Parkwaj group reports, Mai
. u ic an.i fiati rn. ations ii
Dade County are donating mer-
chandise and material for I >e all-
ila> fund-raising event
The auction and sate will begin
at 6 a.m. ami end at t; p.m. ai -
cording to Leon Stcinman, chair-
man ol the Flea Market.
Rabbi Morris A Kipper, spir-
itual leader of Temple Judea. has
been named for the Jerusalem Lib-
eration Award, lo be conferred
upon him at the Temple Judea-
Israel Dinnei ol State celebrating
the 21s1 anniversary ol Israel's
Statehood The dinner will take
place in the Temple Social Hall
Saturday evening Ma> li
Announcement ol the Award
was made by Zee* Boneh, Consul
General ol Israel tor southeast! rn
United Stati and Aaron Kahan
, v, cutive director of the Israel
Boi il '< cai > atlon
"It is a sour......f deep satisfac-
tion thai Rabbi Kippei has b i i
,1,0s, n for tins honor I'1 K< II
said This Award reflects the role
of leadership which Rabbi Kipper
has given to the endi avor of the
American Jewish community and
our own community for a free and
secure Israel."
Rabbi Kipper was one ol the
American rabbis who t.-.k pan In
a historic pllgrimagi to Israel in
l-'.i.r arj at the invitation ol the
Is,.,, Hi with
i_-o\, 'nm.nt i. adi is anil '
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mission
Prior to becoming spiritual Its -
ei of Temple Judea. Rabbi Kfppi
mhi'iI congregations In Crdcag,
III.: Portsmouth, Ohio; Hutchui
son. Kans Castonia. S.C.. 1,
Peabody, Mass He was twice n
inated bj Peabodyi Junior Chai
..I Commerce for the "Oui
standing Man ..i the Year" awanl
Following his ordination at !
Hebrew Union College-Jewish 1
Btltuti ol Religion. Rabbi Kipr*
who holds a us degree in Gro
Work Education don, George W
hams College in Chicago, enlist
in the Arm). where he a 1
chapl
A frequent s|* aki 1 at Adult
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has i.it in .1 at the University :
Miami's Depart 1 ol Ri II
.,-,. s. 1 \ .1 on the facull.
ttv National Institutes ol the N.
lional Federation ol Temple Yo 1
and the local regions thro
the Midwest and on the 1 i;
' 11, has made frequi I
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Youth Camp Dean
Is Kahlii Jacobs
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SfllTlod
Ihii tl N'ati nal 1
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Juii i m im i \ i ry
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Vli oi i.ii Award For
it I i. i I during
itiun r\Mi's .ii Templi !--
iel Fl Ida
Pioneer Units Plan
For Mother's Day
Mis. Louis Packar, president ol
' men Club 2, ill be
honoi Mother's I>.i\ lunch-
on hi ilii Raleigh Hotel at n
Sundaft
Miriam Gingold, national advis-
i i fli Im' rumi speakei and Uii
program will fratun readings by
Lolte Tamria.
Mrs. Abi ah r> Shedrofl is thi
uncheon chairman

The Beba Idelson group will paj
tribute i" i i..Ma Mi Ir, lsra< I's
Prime MJnisti bj naming her
Mothei 'ii the Year" at an vent
In u- held in the Washington Fed-
i i al Bank. 11.13 Noi mand) In ,u
i '"in u. .Uii sday, May 14.
Knn Yattorfsky and Regina Ba-
lm will I'tis. ni a musical program.
Fannie Gibson i^ In charge i>i
the affair,
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The vacancy created in the Civil
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Judge W F Blanton as County
Judge, waa filled recently when
Judge Edward S. Klein, who has
sim M,i aa Judge of the Criminal
Court oi Record for almost four
years, was sworn in.
Judge Klein, a Dade County res-
ident for 27 years, attended Miami
Beach High School and received
his I.i. i; degree from the Univer-
sity oi Floi Ida School ol Law in
1949 It 1957, he was app tinted
an Assist ml State Attoi n< > for
the I Ith .1 idicial Cin lit He las
iel Prosii itoi i
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to the Dade Count) i
lativi Ii Ii gat ion for tl 196
1985 s.. ,.,,),
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1963, and serves as vice presidini
Ihe < 'i\ ;l ai d Crimii
R cord Judgi v ul
Florida.
A mi mbei of the Floi Ida Bai
Judge Klein is a tx r of the
I' i'li 'o nt) l lai Assi i iation, and
is on 11s i i inn < "onti "I "ommii I i
He holds membi i ship in Tan I lp-
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and Robi
sit) oi Miami, set \ i s on
Florida Regional Board "i the
Defa Leugua ol
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> hapti i ol Muse .11! 1 tysti
il America, and is a
pasl president ol Sholeni !. i
B'i ii B'rith, ai d Pi Lambda Phi
Vlumni Ass,,, iation ul Gti
Miami
Exercises Climax
Social Season For
1969 Confirmands
Confirmation exercises will l
hi M at Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael .it 7 in p m Sunday, with
Mis Charles Rubel in charge "t
the program
Cantor Jack Lernei accompa-
nuil by the ie choir, will
officiate and Rabbi Charles Rubel
will give the bem diction.
Considered Ihe climax ui the so-
i-i.il season the evening will con-
clude with dancing and refresh-
ments
Mi mbers ol hi B'nai Raphael
in mat ion class "i 1969 an
Bonnie Feierstadt, Mark Gersten-
til'!. Larry Goldstein, Howard
Greenbarg, Bradk-j Hartman,
Debra Kay, Jeanne Lesser Linda
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+Jen 1st fk>ridlian
Fridcy. May 2.
Martha Greenblatt And Don Dumler Exchange Vans
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
There's a houseful o? women over at Irving Miller*!
home on Sunset Island his wife, Shirley: Sherr) who 's
17, then Michelle. Rene and Car\. Two ye trs ago the
Millers adopted baby Roner. And
lo ill those girls ever spoil that
one little boj !
The family's first boat was
named "Petite Femme But sinee
Roger joined tlv family, they
have acquired another boat a 27-
cabin cruiser which has been
n the n nn r. i;. r, Little
Womi i Th< j ill enj > going out,
c "' imm r the kids sie
son times eft at h >me while Irv,
-; rlej and their friends so cruis-
n ending up at a restau-
rant with dock facilities at dinner
SHIKUY time
Bom and brought u;> in Kingston, NY Shirley was a
shy youngster and says she still is, but you'd never know
it. She was in all the clubs at school, and majored in
languages. (She says she was good, then, but not any
more.i She worked hard in "Bundles for Britain" tre-
member?) during the war years. After two years in i
;e in Keuka, NY I upstate i she enrolled in
Bryant Business College. It was there that she met Irv,
who was also a student there and ate at the same "Campus
Slop Shop." They liked each other immediately Shirley
went hom to work the wholesale newspaper distributor-
ship office run bj her father, Joe Levine In Kingston,
while In attended law school.
They took a two-month honeymoon trip to Europe
when thej married, becausi In said, \v. might well
go now, bee u e who knows when we'll have time t go
And he was ri inj ye ri and f.\-' kids later,
nevi : found time since for such trip
After In took the ex m, the familj rnov. I I i
y are hoi -. Shirli
' th< '-n up using old f ishi in ru
it of favor 1 e is use i. if m i ded
Shirlej feels that thi Iren are wonderful and
. all t i ther
their house is
- 'lv j are a big I imil>.
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in National C^u -h W im i
t as S I up ] -
5 wi aim: i n 1
' I to wat the-ol \ v. nd
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Seven
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tremendous. 1
beh irge an orgai
PUS
So thej i irken nd th wh
is i posed of s|
<>; 1 Tl eir fund-i ifl I talk ol the
town This year th. > with the Medical School
t Miami to full In I | vays
I out-patients: now thej are work:..: towards having
ice, too B led, and they are just the
nh ill. know-how !'. in t exactl)
itifying.
Everj m ... r m int.- to do what is I t for
Iren. K\. y mother wants ithei children. Th<
nj clubs and i thai d i this the 11 ed
f tl : I thej ly, '-; ings etei nal."
il 'h- h ng with ever) new medication
i a le
!> i- '> h ppy with her own wonderful family.
. home when the lys '>;'n to her chlldrei i
friends She is happy, too thai nth the members of
the Dead Club she can help children of other families and
Open to them the door of hope.
Mizrachi Women Aliyah Luncheon
V\ .rri r K.hn
MIS. DON HALStY DUmilt
l graduate it
University ol
Stewarts Announce
(rail's Engagement
Mr and Mrs Larry I. Stewart,
5730 SW 63rd Ct. South Miami,
announce the engagement of th> ir
daughter, Gail Andrea, t" Allan
Marc LeWinter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis LeWinter, 8350 SW
25th St.
The bride-elect, who graduati '
from Coral Gables High Schoo
and attended the Universitj Dl
South Florida, uil
January from the
Miami.
An employee of Publix Sur* r-
markets. her fiance attended
Miamt-Dade Junior College after
. duating from Southwest High
School
Wedding Hans are Unit: nil
for February
June Weddina For
Terry Jo Holmes
Dr. and Mrs civ-t. i i
H Imes oi Ti. nton T nn
iunci d thi n
annroa. hi p of thi ii
Mt. i Ti rrv Jo .if ".i i s R
Poineiani Bh I
Kermit Howard Bott
and Mrs Rul in Bott I ll 6 Nl
191st St and Nassa
Tl
Algiers Hoi |

High -' ha
lllino
L'niversitj : tl \
Mi xic i

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shi
nd was a
ntly.
f.u Pai Ai
Now m his third .1 t|
Ij .'i Houston Opt
S i riance atti ndi d Mi
He has tal
... .
nd is a n
I PI Lan bda 1
Mrs Alfred Stone, coordinator
for the Florida Council of Mis-
rachi Women, announces its Youth
Aliyah Mothers' Day luncheon to
be held May 8 at the BdCfl Rot-
Hotel.
Mrs Rachel tauter Katz. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chapter
(if Mi/rachi Women for the past
five year, will be honored as the
"Mother of the Year" at the func-
tion. Mrs Kat/ has served as pres-
ident of the Sisterhood of Beth
Tfilah Congregation and is a mem-
ber of the board of directors of the
Hebrew Academy.
Ellen Bukstel. folk singer, will
present a program of musical en-
tertainment
Mrs. Morris Zellner is project
chairman.
wedding
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Dr. Joseph H. Narot officiated
at the T p.m. ceremonies uniting
M.usha Susan Greenblatt and Don
Haisey Dumler Saturday. April 26.
in Temple Israel of Gn aUi Miami
A reception and dinner followed in
the Granada i: am of the Holiday
Inn. Coral Gables,
The bride, whose parents ere
Mr and Mrs Leonard Greenblatt,
1143 SW 13th A\e. attended the
University ol Florida In Gaines-
ville Her husband, the son of Mr.
and Mrs I.. Roy C I Hinder of Wi-
chita, Kalis., attended Wichita
Stati Universitj in Wichita before
becoming associated with the
Pizza Hut Corp. in Jacksonville.
For her Wedding, 'he ru W Mrs
Dumli-r chose a floor-length gown
of Imported silk organza designed
with a Sabrma neckline, empire
bodice and short sleeves of peau
d'anu-e lace. .The train ol F s
net enhancing an A-lir .
lavishly trianm. d with n
lan and her many-tiered
French silk illusion fell frorl,
spray of la, e pi tnls s' .
marls anil crystals. H -ttton6
ants were attired inWt. nti i fi^,.
length gowns of pasty mat/- rr, ^
with Venice lace trim at ti
pire bodice and matcrih
sorlca,
Tlv1 hi id. S sist. :
Greenblatt. s rved as i
honor; briti smatds wen Lsjssa
Marrieh and Cathy l
Dumler was best m
brother; Frank Sims a-
Faden ushered.
The eoltpli M 1 I Bpen I I
eymoon In th. Baha
which they will make t
in Jackson\ Hie,
i > to a
MISS GA'l ANDHA S71WAKT
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An ona i-ot-i
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Mr and Viv Ala-. All
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Nit-, nst. in of Maeon, I!
Follow Inn tl'. ;
lyweda wi n f. ted at a
hasted iw tin bridegrm
list) rs Mrs KWenst
Hannah Zion and Mn
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