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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 9, 1969

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 9, 1969

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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IM
jan-American Zionist Conference Set For Miami Beach
More than 300 deleKates from
'JarHi and South America arc
kxpi c-t.-d to attend the firsl Pan-
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
1
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
AIOp 4.A
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
Synagogues 10-A
Torah 10-A
TV 10-A
Weddings 8-9B
Woman's
World 5 B


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Menachem Meir (left) congratulates Shopard Broad who
was the recipient of the Israel Prime Minister's Medallion
the community-wide dinner under auspices of the Is-
3ond Organization celebrating Israel's 21st anrm
ng on at right is David J. Light, d.nner chairman.
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ridcy. May 9. 1969
fJenist fkridHrnr
Paqe 3-A
Academics Hit New Kichko ttook
s;iid. "This new book is an Im-
portant element m ,t larger props
;amla campaign in poison the at-
nosphere for Sot let Jew -"
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' iichko's Judaism \\ i
IF Makes Annual
.urim Awards
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wish National Fund will
annual Bikurim Award
10 p m Sunday. Maj is.
mtaincbleau Hotel.
i .iids will ix1 made bj
each Mayor Jay Dermer,
of the Jewish National
i>i Irving Lehrman,
of the Jewish National
indation, and Rabbi May-
it/, chairman >>i the
i committee.
Lehrman will be especial-
b) ll'' mayor for
Hi- gi t atesl contribu-
the foundation during
hi gri .tie.-: In tl" historj
'. i-h National Kuml.
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anti-Si mitic in, y ai b
Iwide criticism h touched
'Ii led tu a retraction by Sot let
wi its. in Nathan Glazei ol
Harvard Ui iversity. chairman ol
ic Co mitti oi Soviet
Kichko apparent-
beei rehabilitated" be-
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Tin 94-page paperback pub-
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a government agene) for promo-
tion ol atheism. repeal tin stri-
dent anti-Semitism >>t and lifts
Ahull' sections from thi previous
Beth Am Presents Comedy
Temple Eteth Am Players will
prevent "The Dark Horse," an
original, political comedy by Etob
Brenner and Bob Rosen this Sat-
urday and Sundaj and Saturday,
May IT. at 8:30 p.m. Tickets will
U' available at the door.
Workmen's Circle Installation
The Morris and Sarah Jacobs
Branch 1050 "t the Workmen's
Circle will install it- new officers
at s 15 p.m Saturday in Temple
Ahavat Shalom, 965 SW 67th Ave
West Miami Aftei the installation,
Mm ia> Tubelle will review the
best-seller "Our Crowd," bj Ste-
phen Birmingham
Final Meeting of Men's Club
Miami Beach Al.iyoi Ja) Dermer
.. i- guest speaket at the season's
i-i : ikfasl meeting ol the 1300
Men's i 'I ib >: the Mortoi Piwi i s
So ith Build nuel Ment/ is
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which was published by the
1 'kraii i u Acs l< mj ol Sell no s in
1963, Di Glazer said. The first
and its content
meed at ., Uttii meeting !
the Uniti >l Nati ins Commission on
Hum u Ri its. The unpn i i di ntetl
dwide critii ism that erupti d
led i" ; special i I. of the
Ideological Commission ol the So
vie! Communist Party, which re-
iti 'I the author and oi del i ii
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
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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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To Friends Of The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
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
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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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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-
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1 olution
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Cllft- fol th. :.
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will otil> hold :
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tl" II in th 11 s;- _|
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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
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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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I a, sabbath service* Miomi Lawyers Lecture
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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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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
't Mi ilicai i w as to be shi >v* n at
th 8:30 p.n irs
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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, 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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+Jeistincrkliar
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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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.
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II I muni'
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darasipf which mark the occasion
In > barge ol tickets are Leon
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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'
ice condi-
tional on .i two-
fold obedience

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two forms
ii
5 foi xti m peace, for
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
Mi -
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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
I .

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
---- -
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
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave
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
l^S3fsresa
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Engel. j,
Moltii 1 n,% s. 1 .
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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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RjbW Aim,! waxman, Temple Zion.
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Moderator: Rev. Luther C Pierce
P'"'"7""V **** fferberl M Baiungard of
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MHHi H>leBM .
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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I,,i itl in n.

Ihou shfdt not in
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shall be
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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
III 11 Kiss!.! |.|".skJ ,n* I" I Tl n mi/ation rk
. an .
"We (in not. ii i;.|,Mli::- I
' ..k-.unsf th.. j.
ligious i ii.-is ,,i ;,,,y paaakk wii i
i lieve aboi tion is an aetlcH i
t I>i\i.. Law TIbi iii-
alized legislation would not I
and it the reiaglaua
!"'" ol a ramllj ..I indivfduaJ
i "i n such an abortion would
! perfon
' Wa belk .. thai II la i
art to sa\. ., rnother bora feecon
1 !V ill |.li>si.allv or .
Ikmall) because ol Um dang
r to hei a nsu
ation is to aiiovs mercy to i-
in the kadgn
"' competenl phyrdciana, [Ik
abortions which have not be.
i \
kill, .i niana
I I .It. I K
i i our rell
ii u> < h u
. in provi the i it
ii tut iti peopk "
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iday. May 9. 1969
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Paqe 11 R,
Miami Happenings
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GiT.-nc r Miami Realty, Inc., '
been a.-,-.|ii,-,| -,>; ;, m,.,,||.r |
the N il ;i| Instit\!l,' ,,( Farm
ami I-.-ri'l I linkers. ,ii, ciniing to
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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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Frederick Scher.
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4\

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,
Page 13-A
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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Friday, May 9. 1969
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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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ISRAEL'S

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)


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who lv
I t 15 yea, >
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Cnio,
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, new
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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utm ii i \\ \< k
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... 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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larkness l
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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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u henvj
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I thick real
the
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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 .
won!, :n'i
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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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Friday. May 9, 1969
jVw Isti fkriiriiifjiri
Temple Emanu-El
lects New Directors
Page 15-A
Art Exhibit Opens At Beth Sholom
and trustees ol
le l-.'niann i:i have been in-
led r..r 196'.- i h. Rabbi [rvtng
in. apirit tal li ader ol the
Beach congregation. They
.- rve with Jus. ph Cohen,
prcsi i.i. and Samuel N. Fried-
laad, linnan >! the Ixiard.
'Ot: With thi m W oil;
tin 11 ton and trustees will for-
ns to further expand thi
lOUS School and
t i iJuc iiiiin programs.
rl registratioi I., hr-
] m> s. hikjI and ntln r
tl- r npK I- nanu-EI i duca-
lt< a sharp lii-
n the number ol stud nts
w ill be sen cd in tii* m x< 12
i I:;iiitii !. hrman ass< rted.
r i" h< n nuii >i thai the sj na-
KOWi i ultural. social and i
i<>US it i*s h,i\ i aci i l< i ated
folk''.1 thi' 1'iimpletion <>i tin
Soci Hall School Building adja-
ient tu ii'." mam sanctuao al 1701
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I i Sholom mai I ed Hi
in exhibition ol painti
sculpture pn m rrted by the Miami
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Sen. Ribicoff Featured Speaker May 22
#ir*r*\wrlslh IPllirki^Tirfl 18 flnrk When Dade Names Outstanding Citizen
lirjmi, Florida Friday, May 9, 1969
.1 Dade County I lut- Beai h The
_ Btandinf Citiz n'a Award luncheon Progress Club; Alvah H I
Section B '" ""' n"l>"r'' Plaza Hotel Thurs- man. Ji
_______ !2, will be Sei lam Edna Cl
lep. J. Herbert Burke To Receive Award
it Saturday Evening ZOA Celebration
Recipient of tin- l!*;9 "Service
Israel" award will be U.S. Rep.
Herbert Burk<\ of Broward
according to an announce-
nt made by Sam J i'> rry, presi-
tnt of the Bri ward I Mstrict of tin-
(?>

U. $. CONG. J. HfffflfffT BUKKC
pr< -' !ii! "! ; i i atio:
:ai" Nrai li ttoupe the Sha
^ftl< ati.l mi thi at i < ,u .1 TV |: >-
V" it the Unit d
tat Tht Ti io v. h h h is madi
|\ ncordii will (
I SI
ie B
i) has i ii .ii i angi d bj
: ko, nob d Israeli
ii cert pianist an I
n : m no It sew ral j an
ctor ol Koi ;-
isting System. A
rodigy and piano virtuoso,
'. i Ittcn music (or almost all
ira< li theatres, and at tin- present
n- has a verj successful show
III il "It's Ni \ i : I'o i 1 ..Hi Foi
|a|'; i B" In N> W York.
Tu i nty- ne l< adi i ol the Hoi-
fwood Jewish community will be
alii'l upon i kindle lights com-
lonlst i > ganization ol An*
1 aw ii il iii he presented to the
ingressman at a community-wide
li i-i Anniversary celebration at
p.m Saturday in Temple Sinai,
SNMUft flKSHKO
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood.
During th< celebration of the
State ni Is iel's 21st anniversarj
a special musical program will 11
memorating the .'l yi ars since thi
establishm nt ol the .'. w ish Stati
durin I u dlelighting cen
n-uii; conducted by Rabbi David
Shai h nt ni the South-
Region I the Zionist
zation ol rica. R ibbi Shapiro,
u h i la si i <. ing his third I
pi. sid i i the Si,nth. ast R< gion,
la i-n ni the National
I- xec itive Council.
In ii orn, veteran Holly-
wood commui Itj leader and work-
er for Jewish and Israeli causi
who is a past president of the
Broward Zionist District, will !>
hon red at the celebration, rcceiv-
in : thi 1969 Kfai Silver Award in
ignition "i his work in behalf
of the youth of Israel,
I >i Myron I. Segal, Hollywood
civic workei and leader ol the Hol-
lywood Jewish Welfare Federation
arnt Israel K ml. will
pics, m th al "Service to Is-
ra I" award to Rep. Burke, who
\. aa chi en to i eceh e it N ca
ol his kei n Intel' st in lsi at and
he Jew is'.: State."
'1 he first R publican i lected to
tin Count) C i ision In Bi
aid Counts he served in t 1 i a-
ll yt ars after his elei
rvi : i -
. i Stati I. publi-
i deli to
the 1. .'>'' R il Hi 11 Natk nal
ml er of t it
onvi-ntio iblican Plat form
Con eh eti'! to n p-
n s< nt the 10th I tistricl ol r'l
In th- 90th Congress In 1986 and
reek eti d to the 91sl Com':' ss in
1968. He is a i mb i of Uv House
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Rabbi Mm tun Malavsk) ol T< -
ill. shalo,". Rabbi Samuel Z. J
of Temple 1- th El and Cai I
Vehuda Heilbrun ol Templi Sinai
will also participate in the eve-
ning's activitii s.
Ral !'. David Shapiro, spin'
I, adi i of T< mple Sinai "i Holly-
wood, host t' mpli for the Israi I
21st Anniversary evening Ma> 10,
will give a special Insight on th<-
Aliyah Ri gel tour sponsored by
T< mple Sinai which is scheduled
t,, ii\ to I rael July 1" via London
land Rome, using El Al Israel Air-
lii -
\<\v Head Chosen
For Israel Aliyah
The appointment of Eran Shorer
as regional din i tor <>t the south-
ern n gional offii e of th. I
ih Center i Atlanta has
lunci .1
Prior to Ins assignm nt I
', in, i. which services ..ii I
a ', ;n |j be inti n sti In reki it
ing In Israi Mi Shorer was asso-
, lated w i t li the Israel army's i
-t.it ion.
Arthur Robert Gralia. 35 year
Navy veteran, who has been
named Vice Admiral and Navy
Inspector General, is the third
lew to attain this rank in the
U.S. Navy.
Brlli Raphael Ladies
The Sisterhood of Tempi.- Beth
Raphael will hold its monthly
meeting at the temple Thursday,
Ma) IS atSp.n Mrs. Irene Week-
er is program cl a Presiding
will l"- Mrs. H ger, pn si-
dent ; i Ml.
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Ribicoff of i lonnect leut.
Sen, Ribicofl has held offio as
'i on mb i nt the State Legislat ure,
;.-. municipal judge, member of
Congress, governor, Cabinet offi-
ci r and \ IS. s. nator. ll. si i ved
i. s. cretai > ol Hi all h, Educat ion
and Welfare in President Kenne-
dy's Cabim t.
An archlti i t of the Mi dieai e
i,in. he has played majoi
roll s "i increasing Socl i Ity
I" ii' Its and I
tion, in iws i .
F< dei al hi Ip for el mentarj si c-

Spi inSOr nf the i'\ .-III I- SI
Lodg 1024 ol t'nai B'i ith a w idi
Bi i r. il I ll IDE pal t i.l-
pate and Joseph M. Lipton, chair-
ol the board ol Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association ol
Miami la patron "t the award,
which is mail.1 to thai man and
woman who. in thi- estimation "t
the judges, have performed the
m.,st outstanding single i inction
I'm the good an.i welfare "i the
ntlre I fcade County comn m
I ii ing the pn \ ious ear. Non
tions submitted by a past rccip
f the award or by n
ci\ ic, si i \ ii' or soi ial _:
be accepted throu la>
ent nomine s include 1 n-
tural Arts Cei Wi R
'"ii ,-i ; i pearce, Al mni;
(li in p V.'', aw ford. Urban L
oi Great) thur
I -. bi >. Robei '
Fathei Eliza-
beth V'irrick, '. I Louis
.; ars,
Alumni; Mrs
itron Civic I i
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Guild KFS Ma
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Mi s. Hai ry ima
Leagui ichacl
Sum, i :,.\ [i nry King
Stanfoiil. 1968 recipi Mrs. Louis
(ilasser: Mi Imai
I nitod Citlz ter To-
morrow : Mis. ilfs ir-..
Council for
Mrs ( "ha i
Hcmoiihi i i

come on in, the
savings are great!
no-iron sheets by cannon and fielcicrest
no-iron spreads
no-iron tablecloths
fluff-dry towels
many other values
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School of
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Pn sklent }h~\\ King Stanford at
thi hospital,
ntous n
. I Mr. Mi >''!'

a great hos| (ties
I. While wi
our pn son! taff ranks
to none, tl and
it will help m a'tract
i!! i oven further to Ih

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with :
Thi- will
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ion its pn -nl 640 I*
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THE SMIK COllfcCTION OF GRAPHIC Art
WOtlO FAMOUS AtTlSTS MMISfNTlNG
ISBAII ITALY. fANCf AND TMl U S A
TWO FLOORS OF FINE A-
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PAINTINGS
SCULPTURE
124 2 A WOiiit________Hot th Miomi______7$1-290T
:tl > m.\. r re*
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al m ill ehing
ireas < 'ei tain
medical school I iculty in then
I-, m ill bi come m ml
Mount Sinai H staff,
mbi is. in
roprial
ultj
The i i onstil it -
::inK
facilities. Mount Sinai Hospital
will i> teaching '.
-ludi ::ts. Intel nf BI 11 si-
with the 130 million directed by th. h
i in ad litii n s~ young

p si-
dents and [ Hows on tin h
'. in the
full} edited
.aI N
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get the!
Sinai.
A rat
full-t :
tun! th-
hytiral facilities, vised by faculty members :: the
- will enable hospital
st om- Th.' I to f t-
W< are "i>'i M ropriat i -vail laboi I
th Univi ratty rfc < i san* Ij are u
oi Ml m partner in thh of- other insti ictl nal facilities as
led, and a!i m w facilm
The affilial m of the Univer- Rftaint Sinai's S30.flQ0.OM Medical]
: School of Medicim Center
and ".' .-.! S ii '' -; sai I ,>l#' '" ,h"- Urdveratt}
will benefit both h. pleted
ititul en* iy led in I
. i rally n ap ex-
th.
of ( I aci- |
result |
:.t.
More 1
of ft
in
1951 tol more thai
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MAY IS
MOTHER'S MOUTH AT LES ARTS
TK MWT SffCTICr- Aft
Sill ... tftlCIIUl OIL rllRT.UCS
VrAfE?::iORS, CRAYONS. CfllliC!
PiTICIflTl ARTISTS.
n*'i.i'. jh
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.iti, nt .
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nal would gain in
- ttafl and faculty
titn nt, competitive obtain-
r l roductl
th< radioaci terials so
a nts h
i i-t i uction oi
.' a eks
the
school .1 will l'
bei
t will I
\ ice preside I
an.i two

the pr. sail tit, executive
\1ce president and two directors
i l contra of affiliated departments will rep-
B Ity control in teach- resent tin hospital.
. liation with the
E of M gree-
"Th, ine would
t of faculty, phys-
- stu.l. n* h -
Prior to this agreement. r-.M's
. s. tool had thrse l
hospitals: Jackson Memorial, ths
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital and v- terana Administration
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tiday May 9. 1969
vJenist tkr.J, tr
En. Arthur Lee Fakes UOTC Helm
Page 3-E
Bin. Arthur Lee, newly-elected
bid n( of the I'nitrii Order ol
be Slit .. Miami -i.'i. will be in-
ii!. foi >h.> 19*19-711 s. ason on
Dday, Maty 19. .it tin- Hlbix -
jiple, 9S8 Alton Rd rtie meet-
w il I) op n to visitors ai
Hi.
Tli'' rust, r "f those to in- In-
Bled Includes Mrs. .Tus-'iih B ii -
in, \in- ] iesidenl; Mrs. Louis
nan, recording secretary; Mrs
Brman Wolf, financial secretary;
Rm"i Buschelle, con es| :. I
s. .-i etary; Mi i Ted Kaufi
ksurer; Mrs. Meyer Omansk)
fntor; Mis. Louis Romson, war-
i. and Mrs, Harold Schlesinger,
ir-lian.
Hebrew Academy Day Camp Slated For June 16
I'\andi r S (iraH in in. '!>,, ,i.,. ...,-,., ___i____ ...
Rabbi Alexandi r S. ilm-s, prin-
clpal oi the Hebrew Academy of
Greati r Miami, has announced
plans for th< opening on Monday,
June 16. ot us summer day camp,
which will i" open to youngsters
from l to i ; \ ;,.,, oi age. The
eight-week program, trom June IB
through Auk 8 daily, from ;t a in.
to I p.m., will Include lunches and
transportation in the $210 fee.
"::> daj ramp.- Academy pres- 1 science enrichment progra
"I. 1 Louis Merwitzi r declared,
was organized to fill tin- need for
a complete summer activity pro-
gram supervised by experienced
and well-train< d staff ami provid-
ompli te indoot ami outdoor
facilitii 1,"
ii/. s the Academy's full* 1 .
laboratot ies
Activities wi]
music, spoil,, bow in.-... dran ati. -,
ai's a: ci nail-, and a iai.
ming pro n am which includes b th
play time n, iii.- water 11
(."ross instruction at all lei :.-i
addition, wei kly 'up- and I
without additional charge .0 a> Soutn ,-,,,.,, ,,,, .,, .
desiring the program, and are s, ru-dulod.
"' '' tutoring is availabli
MKS. ARTHUR LIE
\ebrew V. Vvvp Reception Guest
ft Mosho Prywes, vice presi-
it ol Hi. Hebn w Universitj ol
salt in. will !>< Km si oi honor
[a reception Wednesdaj evening
tli. home of I >i and Mrs. Thro-
Struhl, 44 Star Island. Miami
:-h.
Prywes, professor of Pn ven-
Medicine ami Public Health
the Hehrow University, has
mlli d 1.pun to sorvp in ,1 con-
Itive capacity to national and
Pialional bodies siali as thi'
trnments of Singapore, Argen-
and Chana. and the World
ilth Organization. IE is thf ru-
inator oi Hebrew University
Bit ies at tin' Hadassah-Hebrcw
1m rsitj Medical Center in Jeru-
pn. thi School of Medicine, the
Mil of l>< ntal Medicint and the
irir.u-. School.
Dr. Prj wi s, h lio was 1
Idet t of the Hebrew IFni-
lit) this year, is 1 recipient of
Be French Legion of Honor, an
tim 11 > int'mber of the medical
Itj oi the University ol S
rlos ,n Guati mala, a n 1- r ol
the Israel Atomic Energy Commis-
sion, and rapporteur for the Third]
World Conference on Medical Ed-
ucation in Nov. I). Ihl
A sp,, iai committee to wi Icome
Dr. Prywes will headed bj Dr
Jack Simon Eff, president ol the
Physiciam Division of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in South Florida. Dr. Sylvan
s. hot/, president of Phi Delta F.p-
silon medical fraternity, and Dr
Aaron Medow, presidi nt ol Phi
Lambda Kappa medical fraternity.
Others on the committee include
Dr. Joseph I Anton, Dr. Phi ip
Gotlieb, Dr Joseph Harris, Dr Leo
Levin, Dr Joseph Safian, Dr,
Ronald Shane and Dr Benjamin 1
St. inberg.
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Nqjtj* elected officers will be at noon Mondaj Mrs Philip T
installed at Miami Beach Chapter chapter pjMMHrt. will be H" to-
ol. Hadassah group meetings this stalling officer and musical pro-
week.

The luncheon meeting of tho
Ra> llsilim fliawp will i at ll 30
a.m. Monday in the Balmoral Ho-
tel. Michael Skoff, tinging accor-
ilionist. will bo featured on the
program. Mrs Ben .' Steinmuller
la preskt) nt.

Bapftdc Tu.k.r Group will hold
its luncheon Monda) In the Sara
Souci Hotel The n onthly lunch-
. i card party will I* held
| .. |{ in thi "oasl il
Mrs Martin Han
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II.iniii Senearh Group will
1 i h Meiers i it- J
mam will !* preaented by Mrs.
Marie Balaban Mrs Eksk iiifk
is presioV nt
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i-ortr Itorera Oraap will be held
Wcdn. sdaj in the Algiers H
with past chapter president
H rj B \V< n Ick as installing
fleer. At the n gular moating "i
the group in the auditorium >>f the
North Building .>t noon Monday,
Mrs. Munis Daiuig. pn sid i I will
a n port on Ihe r< gi >nal
A Hill Ik'

Lhseoui Group
m. Algw rs Hotel Insl
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stall ition lunch.
I Miami Faculty (
scia Ave.. I
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19 171 to be
tiled l... Mi- Phi
Mrs Martin W
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I.-. Mams Mr,. Ann g
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Mr-.. Stern
Mrs. Sinn Ft**d
At Orchid Lnneh
Mri Rebecca Stem supervisor
ol nuraerj and kinder*
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honored b> the PTA at an OrchJ
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Beat!' Hotel.
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Mrs. Harold Dor-men, left, membership \
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Hebrew Academy Open School Week
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25th ANNUAL SILVER ANNIVERSARY
MIAMI HOME SHOW
MAY 9-11 MAY 16-18
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250 BOOTHS
ADMISSION $1 50 ADULTS
Children uno -r 10 Free
snday6-11 PM, Saturday Noon -11 PM. Sunday 1-10 PM
FREE PARKING
M'lMl',f NEW MERCHANDISE MART
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nday. May 9, 1969
Palm Terrace Motel
Iftol Parting Kitchenette
k Service Season Near
llmcoln Mall, 1500 lenox Ave
PHONE 538 0823
SNACK VENDING
ROUTE
PART TIME -fUll TIME
bon .ind operate a coin ope-
lited vending route close to
\ ur home and turn your
safe tune hours into in-
lotie.
50 o
PROFIT
WITH THE NO. 1
NATIONALLY
ADVERTISED
PRODUCTS
i ence n>tmiry it
wilt obtain all loca-
> ou
[ -'.fnrf nfffiury ai
/.ill ohtam .hi loca-
% r you.
START SMALL
GROW BIG
tl cash inv* tmnl
tJ, secured b V ."
- icnpany will pro-
mcing on the .
f U' unnfii.
'-I .TppO"- t"i#*r* m
- i writ*: Vrndall
r Co Si" C i Reef
PU i31M.
ENDALL DISTR. CO.
GROCERY
FOR SALE
Cresting ever $300,000. Is.
toblished 40 years. Cash re-
qu.red only SIC.OOO. SI 2,-
000 net after all expenses
Hurry! Unbelievable
Mertunity! Call Mr. Tarrist,
Associate
KEYES CO. 44th Year
REALTORS
Kendall 667-5603
"Keystone Point Beauty"
WATERFRONT
Hema Dock Heated Pool
Lovely 3 bedroom 2>2 bath
with eat-in kitchen, formal
dining room, central heat and
air, carport. Priced right.
good terms.
WILLIAM BREST
REALTOR
14647 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 685-3566
20 ACRES
GOOD HIGH LAND V/EST
Of STAU ROAD 27.
S160C PER ACRE
GOOD TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krome, Homestead
247-0857,
247-8788
MAKE OFFER
10 ACRES
Less Than One Mile From
DORALCOUNTRY CLUB
Asking $25,000.00
Good Term*
Call FRANK CATANIA
688-6616
< WEBB REALTY CORP
-** 11575 N W 7th Ave.
M.am. Flo
XCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
fUll OK PART TIMt
[full and complete Franchise territory protection on a
ique item lor commercial and home use. Territories
[available lor investment of SI575 fully secured. Over 70
lnd> on hand for Miami orea. Ground floor opportunity
to enjoy immediate income growth, and be port of a
lational organiiation.
FOR DETAILS CALL
MR. RENNIE 1-927-1724
?DO YOU HAVE??
BROKEN
GARBAGE LOUVER
CONTAINERS FENCING
SAVE MONEY NOW! ^SrSST
CALL 532-6771
Free inspection service & estimates
No obligation
PRECAST CONCRETE SERVICE Cl.
STARTING MAT 1st, 1969
FENIMORE APTS.
1200 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
anettes lencies roams PHONE 531 7939 S40 Month S50 Month S60 Month
" l4t%i*:l KkirSdliiriin
BEST BUYS
VERC BEACH 1.92C ACRES
$325 PER ACRE
SW. DADE 340 ACRES
SS50 PER ACRE
KROME AVENUE FRONTAGE
$2,800 PER ACRE
JONATHAN TURK, Realtor
940 Lincoln Road
Phone 864-6515
Business Opportunity
PRINTING
KWICK COPT and regular
printing in downtown area.
Doing good business. 2 press-
es, 2 cameras, cutter, collator
folder, etc. $7,000 handles.
Phone 358 3351, 754-7141.
DRY CLEANING
WHAT?
business otters you the key
if ndependence and financi-
al security'
WHERE
can you get the finest, most
autOMKitfci tqwfpmtnt, com-
prehensive training program.
I rvrl layout and workflow
Icm. hudget control and ton-
tinymg guiCincc .'
HOW?
you fa*I con-
fioent in choosing ti-p BEST
source to insure your futU'r
success"
HOILTWOOO. FLORIDA
3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS
PLUS
18x18 PANNELLEOD family
room with wood burning fire-
place and built-in bar. Many i
extras in this beautifully
kept home. About S5.000
down.
MARION T. FISHER, REALTOR
6921 Hollandale Beach Blvd.
983-3000 or 922-0465
I'm a Chinchilla!!!
WHO?
ntwers a pour m i
ore vidvi eta "turf
7e*77

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-i $'
WHEN-NOW!
Tin b
ro Ot
THE ANSWER!
BETTY BRITE

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uderd
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BENMARC
EQUIPMENT CO.
\>00 N F
F'-ndfl
305, 046-3677
SELL YOUR BOAT
oO USED BUTERS
OUR LOT
Morineland, Inc.
Phono 891 -Mil
Lttd
HEY
LOOK 'EM
OVER!
SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF
SEABIRD BOATS
V-185
TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
KINBLY CMSBU
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17011 IISMTRE ILVD.
45-5218
and you can raise me (or profit
INVEST NOW ... AND YOUR FAMILY
IS IN BUSINESS FOR FUN AND PROFIT!
This i* all it takes to start your Career as a Chi.-.-
'- a love of animals a q*r*q* r
ore that meets the climsti re-
quired for Chinchillas and a little spare tint* o
turn into '. .. in Cl illas are one o: the n.
valuable fur-bear.: tl s M m t e
I test growing for ind istry! Health-.- harmless,
< di r-fiee, Chii 1 1] u ire s isy to care lor indo s
I thoy eat very little they re veg< 1 We
ire special] ts in the neu beige mutations
SEND TODAY TO
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NAME ...
ADDRESS
CITY.....
PHONE. ,
I OCCUPATION

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I am mUf Ued i 1 an oaVitionol ircoir.* t'o S2 bCO Si 000 $7,500 STOOOO S.S.000
Ltefaturo without obligation
FOR SALE PRIME PROPERTY
Corner 13th Sf. and N.E. 2nd Ave. Opposite Sears. Close to
Jordan Marsh, Jefferson, Miami Herald Bldg. Lindsay Hopkins
School. Zoned commercial 4-C. Will also sell 10 year old car
waxing business.
OWNER 374-8579 01 538-6398
cash & carry
BUILDING
MATERIALS
OPEN MON. THRU SAT.
7:30 A.M.-5.30 P.M.
OPEN FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
I r
EXTERIOR FIR
PLYWOOD
D.F.P.A. GRADE MARK
< 3.4x8.............53'
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$*ado $Q85
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LOCATED AT
SATISFACTION lifj 34 n.e. isut street, miami
GUARANTEED wes? phohe 62M476


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mfcwirf fkrklrtr
Triday, r.!;y 9 )Cco
Farr. Oppenheim To
Serve NCJW Board
Mrs Aaron Fair ami Mrs YA-
uin Oppnh< im war* 1 ected to
ih.- board of th<> National Council
of Jewish Women at the recent
convention in Chicago.
the Greater Miami
N : ii Council J' W-
ish Women (or thi past K) >
Ml I. Farr. wfc M 1 \: "n a
in 1958 was
I It H national \ !<
Shi-
-
[ the nominatii mitt io
hi xho
. 11 f -
'
- r of
in itti
I in the
ii 1 Ft d< ration
. rs, boai >i im mbi 1
. S Sisterhood
iti r Miami Chapter of
Brandeis Women, campais.
." advisory board mi
of th Greatci Miami Ft d< ration
Jewish Women, is cochairman
of t the Na-
tional Confei.....: Chi istiam
ami Jis
Dorothy Oppenheim who lias
served 01 tin national field service
mittee since 1999 served as
section vii 1 |ir-si.l. i-.l Inur l<*U-<>
and Is imi pn sident of
Greater Miami Section A vici
-..! n1 ol the Woith n's Dh I
i U* Gn at< 1 Mia 1 I Ji w Ish Fi d-
1 r ition. Mrs. Oppi nhei who last
y ai -' 1 d as a ihi Mi-
an 1 Hi i aid's Club 'if the v. 11
ntesl 1 a board n 1 I th<
ted F .nil Women, a
iti d :' nd resident mil chair-
d ;i t> ai d rr* mbpt ol
Scout I 'i Tro| 1.
Youth Pilgrimage
h m of the
for ;i

tzman, ex-
tivi
will

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Drew IVarson Here Way IK
Drew
ol Wash!
D.C will 1- '' V
r. b
Ma) l?*
-,i, igcd Washing-
rterby I
KABBI ABBAMAN BMSOFSKY
Torali Day School
Plans Day Camp
Rabbi Abraham Blesofsky, Mi-
ami Beach educator ami youth
leader, has lm appointed direc-
tor 11! the summer day camp of
the holel T irah r>a\ School of
'; 1 at. r Miami, Menashe Hit
president of the school, has an-
nounced.
The daj camp, which will make
usi Hi the school's indoor and out-
dooi recreational facilities at 1544
Washington Avi i.l b< open f"i
two i" ir-wet k s. .-'.,, Ui<
from June 16 to July 11. in. > < -
:i i!" July 1 1 tn Am: 8
T T.11 .ih summer day
bi HI' sol-iv.-
taid "will 11"-, kh an unus 1
poi tunity f'>i i*'.- at d gii is ii
1 ,. atei Mian 1 area I
il recn a-
tioi arts and crafts
ment wit daily
vlllii; I
a head start hool
1
The stud)
will : in
all H- bn w ai 'ts

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Florid "
...
i 11 io 4 p m fi..
II
plli s will I
In! 1
THE OFFICERS
AND EMPLOYEES
MOURN THE PASSING OF
Jack Carrier,
FOUNDER
AND CHAIRMAN OF I HE BOARD
OF THE
GARNER BANK
MIAMI BEACH
I to to "" '
that
M, pi irsoi la 0 man covei ing
... imiinr. t at who 1 nsaat-
- '"
.-.- bj
w 1 I.....in is l"' Senv
, 1 p.. ;.',% it/
OUT Unit Plans Luncheon
Thf Booth
on of '' a
tlH'
Prida
ip m 1 worm 1 a
will hold its am
Uim-hoNi in
Hotel at noon
, .kt itudenl
Id, w ith Vi\ ian I.
men.

*
ft* Dr. ELTOH J.
GISSENDANNER
MAYOR
FOR
NORTH MIAMI
LEADERSHIP
ABILITY
INTEGRITY
THE ONLY
EXPERIENCED CANDIDATE
RETURN DR. ELTON J.
GISSENDANNER
AS
MAYOR OF NORTH MIAMI
M, M. *>
Or
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lay. May 9. 1969
B-f m I # Ifh irudHcim
v Lake Ladies Install Ne* Slate
Paqe 11-3
ilw> Synagogue will install
is I it I Sisterhood offlo ri
din etors St.n.t;i> i vening,
ly 39.
Mi- Herman Ehrlicb \\;i> elect-
Sisterhood president. Serving
lli In r will l' Mm l <> Nelson,
It* iry president; Mrs. Asheri
in, program vice president;
. Fannie Schechter, membi r-
! eskh M ; Mix. '.I,,\ [f< I-
ut/. fiind-r.iiNi! ;; vice |>rrsi-
Mrs. Lotris BaJaJban, eorre-
ipondins rel iry; Mrs.
'" DPrman. r.....ling B .
and Mrs Moi is n ,iber. ti
Mrs. David Bftktr, Mrs
Mrs R Deutseh.
Abraham Feld. Mrs Miriam Hal
l*m, Mrs. Stai h j Kestin. Mrs
Irving Laufer, Mrs Rose Nttdel-
man, Mrs. At* Panzer, Mrs
Bn ehe Kosen, Mrs r, ,-iiy k
' "nan, Mrs. Paul Vi i zi .' Mrs'
Bi tty w, iner, and Mrs Morton B
-^ I "" el i ted to the board ol
the Sisterhood.
Rabbi David Lifshitz Will Speak Here
[ianii Home Show Marks 2.")ih Yeaj
Silver Anniversary Miami
Show is going to Ih- the
r id ist in our 25-year
ry." .lo* Reboff, managing rli-
of the Miami Home show.
id "We have never seen ad-
i ami exhibitor enthus-
)0t BtHOtf
ism running at sti h a swift pace "
This year's show will !* in the
huge n< w Miami international
Merchandise Mart, which has be. n
* cribi .1 by \;; rts as ihe I
now building of its kind j the
Irj The Mart fi atures .
"t pai king and easy act i ssib
by way of the m w East-West i \-
pn saw ay and tn. Palm.
pass, n eombmatlon of roads that
makes ii |ust n mutes from any-
whi re in Dade and Brow n I
Countk s.
"The Silv. r /
Horn. Show is going to spin dates
this > mi-. \\v are goii. to i.....
n and May 16-18. i
B. hofl rx| lain, d, "givi s us
Friday evi nil
and S inday foi I oth we. k. nds,
with the th
tin ough Thui
n a .. ati. m cm
We will have ext. nsive furnll
ilianci dis| i ,. n th
new radar rai ri s "
ID t ., ,
of
r the 1 lt<*ttStal
'I 'ana I will be in Miami
Beach this wi k i d to b Idn ss i,,.
lj gathei it .imi discuss plans
piojecl with local rabbis.
Rabbi Lifshitz, who is in charge
Expert Repairs By
LiebmaiJ Clock Co.
When an antique timepi.....
doesn't know uh.it time of day it
is. It'a On to : ave it fixed. The
Ucbman Ctoeh C v is the
antique tin* pi. ce import, r in
Miami with repair shop facilities
to offer proper service.
Th. re are ... authentic
it. h and el >-i< makers left thai
manufacturers of horological
equipment no longer make many
of the tools needed in repairing.
The Liebman Company has solved
this proklem by making many ol
il own tools in what maj I
n ally compl. to shop
in th. South,
!:, itioi
1 Cllst, ; -' ;|,| |,,o!; for W
i ik sa; VI
. II .. ; be
land we rel Ii. ran d by the
P cpa lot i Id
id .' isl 'v.
'," course.
i in. nd us
on Ihe i .i-. i ........
ire pi the fin.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
CITY OF NORTH MIAMI
ie r "ul.ir municipal election wil be held Tuesday, May 13. 1969.
>r the purpose of electing:
A MAYOR
two counulmen
city clerk & treasurer
a#pkovim; ok disapproving charter amendments
i approving or disapproving; two bom) issues.
ilziaavT.. i
'"nt ol a
in th. .i
sHleni an a, will be a gu< si *#*-
pi at Beth Israel Cot
following the Sabbath services,
K/ras Torah, the pun;.. r i
tin young rabbis
scholars formerly affiliated with
the Joint Distribution Commit) .
is now an independent knterna-
;i >nal orgai ization aiding thou-
amis ol indig. nt young scholars
and rabbis in Jewish communities
ighout the world.
Deaths In Miami
RESNICK
Aamn i i: ah i:.i
rd *
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Mai Illei Ii I Kui s -. 1 l>j M r.
Hel. H M I hI 11 mid
\ both ni Miami i:. ... h. ] lairch .
MrB niann. BnciK ol ,.
- H. Ily si: .. ...
Ill Oilier Sill \|,v
Mr. Hutli
i i .. \- ..
U Tu< lay nl Ml
X. bo mi v Local mem
bj .. i
HOL'ENDER
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THJ6
tLEVtNTH J JU1C1AL ^IRCUITL
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD =
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-7539
slit for divorce
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 49.74^
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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.W., May 12, 1*>69, for those who Mill be absent from county on elcr-
r>ai 4a\ or tbo^e who are physically disabled ami unable to attend polls.
751-6511
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E. MAY AVIL, CITY CLERK \
UGAl NOTICE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAVE AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
' ll.l. Tl .' I" 'M TilKSK
PRBHKN > SHALL ItlJIE
CRKKT \<;s
n-ai >i VRRIKL A SANfHKZ
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN rHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
t F^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. M-7474
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MRIU'KliKS ':i /.MAN.
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IIiir hi Hi, "fd of Ih. 1 'I. 1 k nl
in. 1 'nuri i.n or before Ih.
ltth daj of lun.'. I9.;r. if tou
do lu.lsmenl by default will '
i.ikt 11 ami -1 >..u for lh relief Je-
raand.'d in ihe Rill of Complaint.
Thl- nolle. Khali be pubimhed onee
. .l.-li m .. K fur four 11--. ni" i.
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Miami k
Attorney foi I'lnmiiif
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE IS HKREHY OIVEN 111
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PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
Ti 1 M.I Tn WHOM THESE PRE.
SENTS SHALL i'i'MI*. flRBETIN'JS
Wherea* SANDRA A BRTANT.
Miami Plorida: BTAXIJCY M PIU D
Mian I In \1..\N 11 ICESSI.BR
Miami, Florida did on Ihe ISth da) 0
11. y. A D !''' 11-' to !'' In-
1 u der Ih* laws of tli
SI11I1 nl Pla KOfTH COAST CON
STR1 rTIOX COMPANY. INC R cor-
with Itn principal pli......
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Plorida ind 1
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nf May ui n
in th. f the Re. n larj of Stal
of th. 1 I-I011I.1. the ili"-unii n
tarj aulhi rltj n quln undi 1 B.
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lutlon of nueti corporation,
x. the Si ret iry 0
sint. fj I- the fo
Koine attofled that th.
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inpllud nb
IN WtTXESfl IYHKROF, I ha*,
hertunio ~. i mj hand and hare .11
fix..1 Ih. ': 1 S.-..I of Ih. SI.nl. .
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thli ii m '!.> nf May, A D. IN
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
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Pae 12-B
> i*i WOODEN SPRING
CLOTHES
PINS
ALL GRINDS
1-LB. CAN
TOP
U S CHOICE
CALIFORNIA
ROAST
JUICY-TENDER
89
ALL PURPOSE 4RA4Bk
Fyne Taste '' 29c
ALL CRINDS ^pk ^
Food Fair 33c
LHMT ORE CAN. EITHER RRANO.PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF Sll
OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFE ECTIVE THE ,_
AT All FOOD FAIR ANOFRfU- -
E'wJ'"9 Hoikf M
LB
TOP
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BONELESS
CHUCK
STEAK
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TOP U.S.
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lU.GOV'I. INSPECTED
US 60V1 GRADED
WESTERN BEEF CUTS
QUANTI TY RIGHTS
RESERVED
CHUCK STEAKS 69
SHOULDER nsssr I09
CROSSRIB "SB?* .as 99
FLORIDA-GEORGIA-GRAOE A'-FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
BREASTS SK /THIGHS
FRYER DRUMSTICKS.. .it.
FRYSRLIVSRS lb69c
HBHY THE PARTS YOU LIKE REST"
TOP U S CHOICE-WESTERN
CHUCK
ROAST
TENDER
JUICY
... LB
59
SEL! CTEC wfstFRn
FRESH CAUGHT-FLORIDA
Yellow tail 79
Sliced Kingfish Steaks 59
Sliced Halibut Steaks lB 79c
Beef Liver
PLUMP
SLICED
49
SAVE UP TO 24< ON 2 BOTTLES!
r*% GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA D I I I t A D ^tflk^ ^S\
t^;;\ ~ PLUMP BTnal
TOP OUALITY INDIAN RIVER JUICE
Oranges 10/39c | Apples .-3 59
"RohohCcx MOTHER ON HER DAY, WITH THESE!"
14-OZ. BTL. REGULAR or 12-OZ. BTL
WIDEMOUTH or HOT
COlORFUL
POT MUMS
f79
POT
ASSORTED COLORS
GLADIOLI
BlnCM
69
IONC STEM
POM PONS
6UNCM
69
POND'S OREam '. B*H
Dusting Powder
S-0 7.
BO
59
REGAL
Pnemcctm, BEER
@IM
sliced
12-OZ
P^G
S*vE
UNIT 2 BTLS PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF SS.00 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES. ,.
AVAIl Atll T ITOStfS TM SEB.'Cf COUNTf tS
All CHKUl 0 IUNCh .!! i. C3 TO TOul OUDfR.
sa< ib RARt
Roast Beef
SA^f io< IMPORTED mOUAnq
Gouda Process Cheese a
"^ > B --. '-i: GENOA OR
B.C. Nard Salami 89c
i IB NTERNJ
Salami or Bologna 59c
Smoked Large Whitefish
S-OZ
CARS
FOOD FAIR ORANGE

CHIFFON RING
49
14-OZ.
RING
5- : i v ; '
Creamed N erring Fillets
...EACH
'SCOHSIN FINEST mUEnSTER CR
SWISS CHEESE
59'
49'
33'
29'
29'
49'
49
Creamed Herring
Seashore's Sauerkraut
Savi 6< 'tO SUM '*r Ben '
Pure Orange Juice
Cottage Cheese
Sour Half | Half
Frozen Coffee Rich
IOt B s FROZEN
Chicken or Beef Pies




eJewish Floridian
imi. Florida Friday. May 9, 1969
Section C
uilders and Allied Trades
inner To Benefit CJA-IEF
\4t Hiricfc Meftr Sidney 0. Ansin
trnul Jams
Isadore Htcht Jr.
Samvtl frieitani David B. flecman
Tho first annual Builders and
Allied Trades dinner will be held
in behalf of tho Greater Miami
J bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign May 22 at
Westview Country Club under the
eadership of Saul .1 Morgan, de-
v loper nt "Century 21." ami
SI. phen Muss of Alexander Muss
ind Sons.
The building industry dinner
will honor the savings and loan as-
sociations oi South Florid.i Aiim: .
the honoresl guests will Im' Morris
Bronil and Shepard Broad, Amcri-
can of Miami Beach; II P. Grecp,
Atlantic Federal; E. Albert Pall >t
Biscayne Federal; Charles Clem-
. nts. Sr Chase Fed< i al; San in i
F Danela and David Stuzin, < "it i-
/ ns Fi deral Hialeah; John F.
Bratty, Community Federal, Hia-
rah Kenneth Ka C iral ia-
bl< s K' deral. Joseph M Lipton
Roi i A. Lipton, I tade Fi d-
eral; K V V
;ei Jr.. First F.
Also. P
Mcltxei i Bill I
i Ft ank in Federal; James
Bui dii Robert M and
; ,i e w ii .. Gn al i Miami F< I-
i- '. Ho
Federal; rho as M Wohl, 11
Federal, Hull/wood; Milton Weiss
Mitch< II Wolfson, Mi
!,. a< I F d< il a V it c M ii
ami I' \t l Stan So ith '
i Bei '.' Univer-
sit) Fi ral; and Al thui Coui shi in
Ii I,,.. Fed
ral Miami Bi ach.
Not onl : '
lers c man i nti d, "bul i h
i ni ii > "' itei
ling it! I Hrsl

"Di..... itroi
m\ .ii\: d in this n.. oi tanl i
. SI Im 11 Ansin, Samuel
Blai ; "' Co-
David B. I ""*'
Janis Jos |'h H Kai I
Kau ai Ban n Ii Hlrsch M
! i.i: ; lax m-o\ it.-.
Poll
lari

isi in I 'ii
. in-. -
DIAL "M" FOR MONEY
them Bi ll's lines will
. ly 15,
U hi n more than UX) women
use the phoiu i in a Dlal-A-
Thon to help bring the re-
mainder "i the pledges tor
the 1969 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergi nc}
; ampai
Women's Division ol
the II ni Jew ish
the lead-
p ol Mrs Sidney M.
ps Arthur Gil-
bert ai d Mrs, Stai Gil
used $32 I
the most ice ssl ll
; ni In its historj
-Win n your phone rings
on the 15th." Mrs. Schwarl i
;>i, ase make
gift b sslble,
The ne. ds oi our local
munit) and the net ds ol i>
ra< i are crttli al Every dollar
we raise is translated into
meeting real human needs
ol Jewish people."
hosts who will be contacting sub-
rontractors, general contractors
and builders.
These -in ni 111.-. include Home
Hum,l-i-. Leonard Miller, chairman,
committee, Morton Adler, Arthur K.n-
teln, David B. Pleeman, Max rjold-
uteln, Brntal Janla, Sheldon Kay and
Arthur M Bhandlnff; Ana'rtment
House Builders, Albert K.il.,1. chair-
man; committee, Milton Bernstein,
Iten.ieti m Lifter and Btanley Tali
MiKh It!?"- Rental Builders, Charles
Llpklns, chnlrman; committee, Samuel
l Adler, \"eal Amdur, I'.iul r Bell
Burton aoldherg-, Charlet Rosenberg
and Martin Taplin; Mith Rim t'on
dom mum Builders, Robei 1 I. Si.
i halrman wnmil lei. Herbert liu
wald, Allan .1 Oluckstern and Joshua
Muss Cnmmerrial Industrial Build-
ers, 'llffoi d Roam M I..,it mi.in om
mlttee Paul Jacobs, Irvl ig Km
and Juliu> Spectm Shopplnx Center
Build, i ii.....r i Hadkln, i ha rm n
ommli i >.,\ Id Bluml .- mm i
(' I neli 11.1,1 A I Bel
s. hnningi i and I.. i t,l gtualn -
al 'ontractoi Robei I I. Tut. ii n
chairman; committee, Norman Arkin
.1 i Mi i li it M ; i
H M \,||.-t
\illi Imdui n in
P iul '' Bell Vdolph
i:< mst< ii I '.i\ I.I Blumbi it n.
Bu hu aid Mm Bui k, Xoi
'ohen, .s i mui : K I ., m Klnx S
'in- Bpsli David II
.... ...
!lu< ten l lui ton II
.1 ii ii, Paul
Kan t ei {held
Han iv v Ii 11 i \
I.. % y. Bennett M Lift'
Mill-
i '-in M.....
i
' I il
III
Bel v
M S:ei
v Sim m, I' ,i\ IS ii.-
I< > T id :i I. Tui
STEPHEN MOSS
SAUL 1. MORGAN
High-Rise CJA-IEF
Tops Million Mark
Mrs. Goldstein
Mn. Levy
'Woman Power' For
Greater Miami Area
\ 15 ii- ip. icdulitl
for I nth by
(he Fi f Jewls W in i
: tin
i '.','i'. n's I ". re-
nstruct tl il "i
Feder-
.
boards
:'.. a. h, -' i

-. i
ity.
Mrs S I dsti in, president
ttion ol Ji ish V\ on
: Mi s Burton I'.. !- vi y p
nt ol the Young Women's Piw-
sion report that the e* c itivi
i omniittees "t thi ir organizati
.ne \, ry pleased with the proposa
for a combined Women's Dh ksl n
'This week the Residence and
High-Rise Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign smashed the
$1,000,000 mark. In the span ol
six years it has shown a 300 per-
cent increase." said Robert Rus-
sell, general cami ai ,
"There are li: peopli
ilvi .1 in this twii mpaigi
he said, "but I k*n Essei i hail
oi the Ri sidenci and High-Risi
I >i\ ision, has horn tlv ins .. al ional
ler who has I this
vision into one of the I
arms ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Fi ; i ation."
More th in 250 buildings, as w<''
IS Gn at. : Mian i temples
les, Fai I and an I Lal
Zioni I i tho H< brew Cuban
ip, the Frici
Woi men's Cin n Dade C iunty
.;. livisioi
. I numer
s. : mchi ons and c cktail par-
Ihis year." Mi mi-
key l
-
U this critical I
;' [SI '
. .1 ill .. -
it i< pai
tain thi >hi;i who
ii>' to can
- in
Mi
"Unlike any other city in the
I ii. d States u ith a largi Ji .' i
population." Mr. Essen di i lai
i at, i Miami "as been al
inizc and develop ;i divisi
t.ii- hundn ds ol
artmi nt buildii
iun s u hich ria\ 11
th !'. ach "
.. i an ly begui I
\ Wi
:- i n .;..-..er Anyom willi
to I this nobli and worth-
hi onciudeil
t the Great
Fi di
6N ESSEN
Benci Avital, firs! secretary of the Israeli Embassy, Wa
inaton, D.C.. (second from right1 discusses Middle East c:
with Rabbi Ralph Y. Carmi. left, spir.tual leader. Sig Stern
treasurer, and William Schachter, r.glit, president cf Temple
Tifereth Israel.
iwpk N. ffaarsr i*is* C*e.
Leon Kaufman, president of the Miami Beach
Golden Ring Club No. 3, presents a SI,000
check to Sender M. Kaplan of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for the CJA-IEF
campaign as Harry Minker, left, financial
secretaiy, Morris Madnick, vice president.
Jacob Goldsmilth, secretary, and Mrs. Rose
Fein, cashier, look on.



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Pqui into t pal ins of w
pni th< I>'ii e minu*' from
h. if ne i;:; yolk w itti a -
I i< tn; ii t', the ,"' \ "
ih, not
April 23 The Si I
thing will itop n<
.'.; b nan fo n. .! i
' I.. !.'... .- -,-. '
from TO cwui I iup dopl
the others and conl iwn
peakii:. In food
\x- n adopted (,> all I
!. on a favorite 'P.' European Jew, arias
"1 to V/r (0 '-it hu-n>h.
w hhn '>)>: thi piquant dtel u>-
:*- .: eMeh \- u>i [I h- the
' '.'.' ''
HI Ml > \S I'KUI.I t'WOBITK
. garttssne i
< hrk peat'
i '.,'. >,./-,. lemon
i tfaeea gavtk, mahi i taaepoaa taM
pper
1 teaspoon cumin
l eqp prepared tahhu dm
Otrve oil
Mae otteea, ptrkU-K arul
paisley for garnish
TMIIN \ IIKI.^^IM.
Jejlst from one !
ipoon garl*
l mall saabac* of mmm
. up i
Hand sll Ingredient ti t hJga ,;-.-.! n mtLS| (
of unified oonaaatenry and wiut. m aster
- -* "TO*
a
: '
f> aei : '
* He jsm
;
F K
Amerikanis To Sail *-" '"" ""*
For Israel May 16th
cMeatless
yet so

Tr
kants from ?
; Jewish i-
rs to a::, i In I
R ah H boMBya
b den -
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI



'they ilnuhii in vohnari
Cool ir. n.rd irMor until leader, about l". hour- (Innd the
b am < ani grftsder or afeadar, add other ingredj'-ntv as>
a N oil and 'If using > Mender, add lmon fates and
Ml i-; Hnall amount-* at a time, i
Mix aval .ii. m la four taste. The consit<-n-^
t ,/( ;, thtrk dip
T Hr*#-; fjpeaad i thin layer on a tatad plate Hfintiu
with oli-.'- o>l m tat aantar Garniah with olive*. piixU-y arnl
paSkJat a iajfe af paprtt < addad if daataad ilunm
acrvtri with Syn;m bread or whit*- braad Th- tradrUooal traj
<,i eating la by dbpotag tba bread brio Hat humus trttbout u
fa h oi knife Etaaaa can ajao b n (Dp, with ,
Kviiiin bread m potato -!<-
laif-j h craataf aaartanr
an Carirfkatn af eaaei*.
er eaerttrly. u watt ,*,.
Let Your Monay
Work for You I
a i Date-.it'. lataral a> T
HS.NOEachDipMittr
NEW THICK
HOME STYLE
SAUCE FROM
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Your family will love itso thtck
It tticks to lha spaghetti. n**r
Sinks to a pool on your putt.
Every bit of its reai Italian team
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meat test sauces: Meatless.
Mushroom, Marmara. Keep til
thrte on hand for ttmpting
variety.
HAVE SOME SOONI
ZO\ Meets
TW **! |

Now.
prone
ikers
are becoming
prune
lovers...
IIAA70&C
yu^ooiai
I PITTED
PRUKES
Now that
tyMftiig?
prunes are
" if
i vi
H you'ra one of those ordtowy
~pwnm Munc*' peop*e ratr**
mouth eat for s thnli.ng trstl-
nan* Sunsweet Prunes !***
pttal Whafs more, they 'e taps'
tondarttad lor super fm* hwl
flavor- taatieet prunes nwaaf
eta riajht out of the pecsaja
Abi Gczunt with
PITTED PRUNES
K KOSHER PARVl
no
^
2W1 W. 4th AVEMUi. MIALEAN, RO*IOA
none: TU 7-l**
Proceuors, Distributors, Exporters
of the finest I .S. GavU. Inspected
KOSHER MEATS and POVLTRl


^Friday, May 9, 1969
+Jei*t fhrkUan
Page 3-C
I
Miami Happenings
VAGUS OVEN ARRIVES AT AVGVST BROS. HI ALE AH BAKERY
Tii Cobra Amttotw has been
ap| i rited public relutioi i a
for < iraab)-, Inc., turcrs
of 'a appai i Ann i in
was idc bj <. I. Kns.nslniiH-li.
' i ly-estabiisli prea-
id"'
-"i Fraahel, president of Per-
luto 1.. asing, [nc a rii\i-
sl ( Pershin : Industi ii s Inc.,
h innounced th< appointment
< t twuril O, Smith 88 hi-- ;i I
m trative assistant. A political
m i major at the Unlversitj
oi >fiami Mr. Smith was former-
13 iclated unii Loew'a Thea-
tre Inc.
Halter 8. liiik. president "t
Metropi ..in Mortgage Co., an-
unces the appointment <>i Rob-
ert I". Poerman to head the fh n -
new Mortgage Management De-
partment. A member ol the boat I
of direi tors i i Mot tgag
Br >k re Aasoi iati n ol
Flu .. Mi Pool ? aiv sei : as
| it.s resident I -
pera Gu I ol G it
I Mian i
Jet"'
|"H MS !
i I |or i
I in.in M iruuri'l llo
1,1 I lif !!
\
I i'l I'.llll ( Ml
1 Mix I i
1 ml
s
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A
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II
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i.'.als in
tinilee |{.
I er.lie.
. Inst | .
ol tl,. Mali
. '.: ater
at the
Mark Sher-
man wa
Onnter Glindntfj .-r .,.
dent; < harlra Enalt-r. tary,
< .ill TMlgman. I .- .
1st l.t. Allan B. Parker, .,f
Mr. and Mrs, Ben Parker, *26S
s'-'' l"th T r h i- r- .. i the
L'.S Air Force Out*' n i .. sup-
' : i- at St itt-
A .
A move i i to
i n i-
: it : i >..,.,,.. t,, Work
i on t -i nt
'' Si a oast T mder
' supervision Rvalla
Gilbert, who i ... of-
: iparl
' a uit.
iting
'. >m-
>J< m
ifti r
-
i hriv-

Eddie Schaffer To
MiiiKinc Niglitchili

IS It irri i hitman
pi t \ IVTR* 1 i -
to a
i iciatioi
i! I M iy
11-16 ii ashington. Prestsa
Martin. ch lirman ot i
rrat Honv- Loan Bank Hoard,
will givr the keynote ad ;
the coneradihg a Idn ta will be
ge,. n l>y Arthur II. ( oiirnhon.

i>r. Lrroy Diamond has 1 -en
irlextedT-to nerve a president of
the Danr-Cuu-.n Oj tometric As-
eocitic~. it he-' been armour ed

- Net. Veil F. kotn** < "
"drv Abraham knurr 650 T.'nd
8t. MUM Bead hai repartaf
for duty at "A th ABI |1
Mktnear. A saltation tpai
Htn MoMB ik as&igned to a unit
ot the Strattgir Air Con-maid
- Siirw 400 huncred guests will
rerta*** ol a buffet dinner at the
negt an air ot the MM Msara
Ruikiing. when it sponsors a
"Mother's Mi bl the Vai U 'i Ballroom of the Saxony H./t.!.

MiWrrd romrraiur. adminis-
trator"-of Abbey Hospital and
Mr-dual fVnt.-i f)190 SW Sth St.,
announcs that the hnfi'i'
been approvi .1 for a tht
: secrcditatioti by th. .1.
Hos-
pitals aft
Hani \
I Sophia Brown I
i i n( the

-h:rrt ;r a student at
M i 8"'
tl .-: la D i
t i
i i ,i
.. t K .t.i I
H ITC.HISG Till
Seymour f.ohen. Left, Mrs. Hiln
R MARION sNKIDKR
I I ;.;. : is u ;,
' .vii if. .., .
x I .-.
tklnii ..,.--..
bu>i r. ...._
them*. i i,
1' I i -
tlH \ I.!._ Illfc) _
It i> 111..1I. iii Ur .. ,n
to I...,, vurietj bra u\s liki JewWi r>
pumperniekli Th. o\en ita kind
"<> .in.\. in thi I'nited .;.- ... r.ii>;. .
in huge crate* and took day* to ,v-- r.M<:
'"Th- I... hi i< ,t tunn*'! explain*
Fred %oguat. Tins means that tht bread
t-."- in one side .uii .nun-, out the other.
t
in Murgnlis t -I irnohl 1... ,/./
I .

' ii i

T' "' > V
n order to
i : : Vug -'. t
bake i- f.. ;. t
oomea ..in ... ;-,-..
loan smt'nt
will r- I ;- In Septembt-r accord- |
infj to board chairman B- n No-1
vaek \*iiu ;..>( ar.nounc-o plans to'
n-decoratc and refurbish th-' La
Ron.!.
Mr. Schaffcr assumes h:- duties
immetiiately and will leave short-
ly on an international to'ir to s.-
- iperktr talent fo< oretenta-
during the inter
n< in l.n Bonde
i"
the -i tl
I ,.-...
. i

. mtaineli
, i
i.ii "l
i
ii
ii La
the
. i .1 i; >h. '"
(Eatmra \
7h Nont Meo"t Eict'.'-c >
/.i food
SUPERB CATERING s
DISTINCTIVE MCSINTAT10N Z
for Afy Sc^ci.l Oce.i;c-i
"fO* TMOSf WHO CA FOR
tHE flNER StTTINSS''
- SAR MITZVAHJ
AMNIVIRtARlIS CLUI
S Strictly Koher
ALL CANDIDATES A6RFE!
ZJPCODE SPEEDS
HOLIDAV MAIL
KOSHER CATERERS
Umitr Kibbinical Suptrriiitm
BAR MITZVAHS
WtDOING PARTIES
if tCIAUZIHG til MOmi CATEIfNC
AMOMOTFt WOffK
888-3469 and
888-3460
If \o invr THmJ 8-
400 SWALLOW DRIVE,
MI\MI SPRlM.s
F.SD RAISING TIMb
is NOW at the
Wonderful World ot
BANQUETS a PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabaloaa Dining Facilitiem
Private Areas Sc Car doom
dmericaa St Caafoaaaa
Jfantr at All Time*
Authentic Native Show
RESTAURANT and 6AR0ENS
U i I JUil NOtlH Ol CUl'STIIAM
MIAMI S4S-S4S7 BROK ARO WUI
Continental TW Kosher Caterers
! WEDDINGS

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? Visit Miomi'i Only ihomer Shabboi" Hesta.rorf
I 8393 BIRO ROAD, MIAMI Phones 226 "11 221 "096, 7

BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNl'M^tl
At Your Homr, Ho!l or Synagoque
CAU FOR FREE TAKE OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only ihomer Shoebos" Resta.rorf
170 N W 5ih STFEET MIAMI
HAROLD PCS'
GORDO* and PO>T
KOSHER CATERERS .
froi Hors rfofif.s '0 r Cinv'c'f I
OPfW MOUSE WEDDINGS BAF V.t;, ', RE
G'ea4- Miami Sup
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PoojnlC
Mmi*Sfkrr*>r_
Fnocr, May 3
FOUR MONTH
mjgubal sam
THE WORLD CEDIS
FROM
Shown at the tnctaOadoa famdbaon of the
Women'* Cancer League cf Miami Ba
era \-.e newly installed orers Stcrrvrirnri
irom .eft are: Mrs. Herbert Fer.rr.ei. Mi
'' .:. V.'ex.er Mrs. Harold Scc.-.-v:
Robefl S Levy. Mrs. .Ye.v.- Catlsf Mrs
Key Dasbta Mrs faring Rubin. Mrs. Bar-
bara Rodo V: ft BM '" M's
Julei Stark end Mrs ''- Lor.. S^
from Ml an Mrs Mehryne Sorr.rr.ers
trc-s. : .. *-'rs Leon-
ard MarkeD and Mi Roeen]
Suburban League CARIH To Install NTe* Officer SlaU
JjllH'llCOIl MilV V)
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Singer Wins Scholarship
1
MIAMI
JUNE 22,1969
SA : ASOARO 7"E FiPST CLASS
PASS! ':- ts'- 3~TER M V. OPiEs'
ESMARAIC a. 22CXX) TCsS
KWTSOf CALL:
LA GUAMU VENEZUELA MO K JANEBO I S*'
::_? El =ES. AGENTINA Ca- ',
Dt'tlAN SOUTH AFRICA IOUREnCO NUUK *:
ZAMttQOE DA ES SALAAM, TANZANIA MC
KENYA SMGAYORI HONG KONG **C- |
KECtUNC TAIWAN KOBE, NAGOTA, YOKO-*** ij
PAS 3AS FRANC.se0
SAFETY MFQRMAT ON
T-* M. V. 0-.e"a' E.-3-Vda rf;.ierd ifl I-be- 0 rtr .
UtfOQ tico: S;'eS l':-S3'2i 'o' "? 0-t .;:.
;;43 and -;ii f wftij reqi -e-e-tt
aagagBBBBsi
-nkAvcirnuMiAu
MIAMI 11AC- 5' "! 1472 H.*~* Cl
l^if^ST SMO MC CtNTli ...........
M'AMI 22 ,.,. St .......
FT LAUDflOAli .'Ott 115 S A^lr#w. A.t
tl
I 1> '
SIS- 1
/Vew Cantor For Beth Israel







.
.
M Ministi r of M Bic ami
sjtation.
i ( ffe* S;
tast
.enbfcttertl
youi usual
And it'sktill 975
cattcin tree. You
see, v.ifcin adds no
flavor to any cup of coffee. !..
cup of Sanka and you'll know it.
Instant or ground.
cEFTlHEOK.jjifctii :

/
Come! There's so
much to see in Israel.
Modern Israel awa ts you Be there m its 21st year 0' sta'e
hood Breathe its air. thrill in is sights Greek Line s Goiden
Route sailings are planned to coincide with religious and
cultural festivities in Israel Continental cuisine or gourmet
Kosher meals under strict supervision of a Mashgiach A
Rabbi and Synagogue grace both our sh>ps Sun drenched
decks, open air pools, lounges, nightclubs, ballrooms, theatre
SAilING DATS Ua 27 Jrve 23 A09 18.
Spt 16. Oct 10. Nov 10 Dec 6
OLYMPIA QUEEN ANNA MARIA
$. GREEK LINE c^b=7
24S S.I. First St., Miwni. Urn. 377-3*2*
SAFETY INFORMATION- The O'.YMPIA and QUEEN *.'.
MARIA, registered in Greece, meet Ir-romationai $..
Standards for new ships ceveioped m 1948 and Mm ;966
fire safety requirements.

Ldfaym i


fettcry. May 9. 1969
+ *i President Nixon Names Max Fisher To
Serve As Cabinet Committee Cons!tant
Page 5-C
\\,\SHl\mv\ 1JTA1 Preai- Baison ffnk 4-.th U.S. Jewrv in
dent p.:ili;i**I Ni\on ha<4Hm(it. 01,1,., f,- ,).
I Max M. Ki-h. 1 ni !>, troil t.j n 1,.
am
I nsnlnmii ant to .->
1 all >: 1 'a i: 1 ommitti e
fli' 1 ,". \< ..!,: \ ,\ itj ;ii a.-
: r work. 1
was en .it>
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\ I want to 1
it I :. r- \ nl it .
b i not know where
iiv. in ili' .'
Hi >ixoi nil out a
t promote
1 lioi > he national lev 1
ordering the establiahment of
11: ol v lunl irj Ad Ion to
w itliin tiir I lepartmenl ol
ting and Urban Development.
Fisher will also serve as con-
ant to George u Romney, set
: > : that department.
he >fflee of Voluntary Action
IL.11 tion as a clearinghouse for
rmafion on volunteer activities
wi.i help volunteers find anas
which in serve. The Cabinet
rnittee, hoaibti by Mr. Rom-
nay, w 11 |>ionii)ti' i-ix>|x-ratlon of
Pcrlt-ra ilupartmer.ts ami agencies
their reliance on voluntary
actiMi.. v
In the past.'' Mr. Nixon said,
iverhment has sometimes
1. 1 competitor of
,! efforts From mm on, it
I o',:- 1 1 m nent and 1 11
t, ii r peo] often si rve
hen .. iven n nt si not."
l.a-' th White 11 isi
: 1- .'. .mill
as a'. adv is r anil
President to main-
1 lati m w it 1 it.
A ai. 1 ., 1
\|M>i al. :
the
in thi dent
Legal Honorary
laps Siegendorf
A ist ml am..' 1 eral Ar-
den M. Si :< ndoi 1 has en tapi 1 d
foi mi mbership in th< S iciet; of
Wig and Robe the highi si .
honorary on tin- University ol
Miami campus.
Mr. Siegendorf, who heads At-
lorney General Marl Faircloth's i
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nivei sity is i ontri-
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Nasser Statement
Claims Distortion
By Foreign Press
JERUSALEM JTAi ypt
ii /
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V ill
Pres Ga
r
by tl Les.
n d II. i l-Za; yat A
Ahian lonfirmi d that the Cairo
government acknowledged all U.N.
lesolutions, including the cease-
fire ii solution oi June it). 1967 and
the Nov. 22. 1987 measure setting
forth principles for a Mideast set-
tlement.
Foreign Ministry sources said
here this week that Egypt has not
informed anj U.N. organ of its in-
tention to abrogate the cease-fire
agreement with Israel. I'.N. cease-
fire observer headquarters hen
also denied thai the Egyptians had
raised the Issue in talks between
I.I Gi n Odd Bull, chief of the
observer con*, and the Egyptian
Deputy foreign Minister Salah
Oohar last week. The talks were
Mid to have been concerned main-
ly with the safety of IN observ-
ers in the Canal area who have
frequently come undei fire in re-
cent wet ks.
The Al Ahram repot t
feel a < plj to a is. stati ment of
ern over re| orts thai Kgypt
i onsi lei it* I rid b;
i h. a asi -fire n solution Thi
'' bj Stati Depart -
' spoki smai R ibei t J. Mc-
i lloski..
Thi- L'nit< 'l Stati a- also re-
' ii t" havi m:.'. ... : thi
: diu-
al to re-
store th !- allrng thi i
nal i has
on i"i mon than two
v .ks and i gyptian commai
have ma I rays
I igainsl I si aeli posit i the
bank The situation
ivas iently ui
to warrant is reporl by
U.N Socretarj i I i I I
[ to tl S itj i 'ouncil last
I wan al the c< asi -fire was
eat' lead an I thai a \ irtual
stati' ol "ai existed in the zone.
It was in reaetioi to Mr Thant's
reporl thai Dr el-Zayyat made thi
statement in Cairo last week that
Egyptian guns will continue to fin
H
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BAR 01
AT JHA
Baron de Hirsch Meyer's birthday was the occasion of a
gala celebration at the board meeting of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. Officers of the Home, leaders of the women's
auxiliaries and men's club paid tribute to Mr. Meyer who
has played a leading role in the development of the Home.
His wife Polly, who is also a board member of the Home,
is shown cutting the cake.
across the canal so long as Israel
continued to fortify its positions on
the east hank. Al Ahram quoted
Dr. el-Zayyat as having said. The
cease-fire decisions cannot remain
in force forever. If this were the
case, we should have agreed that
Israel should have new borders on
the cease-fire line." Al Ahram
claimed that news agencies had
distorted the statements.
It has i i n reported from Cairo
-pt informed the Ui I
Nations that it did i I
the Sui : Cat al to be th< ceasi I
..id b.\ I S any
Council's June 1967 ri Ac-
i ording to Caiio, the lim -
be ast i : I hi canal along
I by 1
when
:r. u huh thi > wi
oiii i tlj di iven bj Isi aeli forces
ai ting in \ iol ition of t
fire.
Jordan Arrests Terrorists
JERUSALEM iJTAi Israelis
watched and listened closely this
week as ti nsions ran hif;h between
El Fatah commandos and the Jor-
danian Army in Amman in thi
wake ol reported arrests and the
possible release of guerrillas re-
sponsible for last week's rocket
attack on Ellat. Kilat onlookers
saw Jordanian tanks and tro
move into Akaba The tow ns
some tour miles apart
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School was sponsored by Morris N Broad .e"
a Savings and Locn Asaoctatioo Dr. Sclc:
Lichtci rr.r.Tipal of the high Bchoo) a al right Monaalvatge s
..oced kaOc offered several fresh viewpoint! or. such
topical r-.clers as rac.al prejudice, cigarette smoking.
marijuana and leve of country
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Friday. May 9. 1969
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Edith Zipp To Lead Fashion Tour 1969
Modeling Hfliili nts of Miami-
: Junior I! -!_: North will
.... j-j.^.t... ,t-,i v.-w it[^tm lull
mdwiniiT fashion collections this
-iferUmrr
Thi > will .i'ii nil couturier fash-
on shows .-(ml visit fashion houses
irtrl workshops in F'aris. London
mil Rome dii a three-week whirl-
wind lour <>l Kuro|ic's fashion cen-
Denk 'J'hr Jul\ I0-.11 lour of study
it* I nijrhiv.. mi* will also include
^msterdaui, Coix-nhagcn. Lucerne
ind Lisbon
Some coeds may <\.n lx- lucky
nou.L'h to nnxlci in one >>t the
hows, as three girls did last year
n lh> Zi-'iani show in Rome.
Prie f the nun based on e<
nj > t New York lo New York
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IDITH ZIPP


Hatikvah (Chapter
Officers Installed
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B'rith Worm i wen i, -
\ iers Hotel Mis
Gerti ude I: Solomon t\.is chaii -
man ol th< day
! stalk il by rdundi lenl
Mrs Rob" m I.hi wi re the follow-
ing officers Mrs Max Kriedman,
presidi i.i; Mrs Ruth K Stein i
ami Mis Henry Rsformes vice
presidi nts; Mi- r Shecktor. re-
cording si i retarj. .Mrs Louis
Kane, in asurer; Mrs Ralph i:
Smitl i incial lecretarj Mis
Kal ai ( ii siiu i- corn
seen lai > Mis \|,.,;i Glickn
I i KliiKer. 1
1 I Gerl ': non
Golden Ring Unit luncheon
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Mrs. Gabiielle Nash, real estate businesswoman who has
been installed as one of the vice presidents ol the Bisccyne
Democratic Club, is shown with Rep. Claude Peppsr. .eft.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, and Murray Goodman, right,
newly appointed criminal judge.
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By RABBI S.VMI'KL 4. FOX
Wh\ i> t' forbidden (or a Je\
to l.ikf IntrreM upon I.e.nine
monr> to a frllow a>wT
ally, of course-, this is a typ-
ical prohibition, mentioned in the
- ol E Kodui I n source in the
rabbinic literature compare! one
"."o takes interest to a serpent
t.-ar bites the man in his heel. Th*-
.m doesn't feel :t ai first, bat
iwelli up an-i over-
.-. is- the interest
u nu ; linlen at first.
1>-. astatinK in time Midra.-h
Rabbai
Anotbfl .. labels one uho
tak- k niea
thi \.~tence of Gml. This is be-
ta us- one who does not take to-
ll : Itl I 'hat the mon-
i havt not really
his but rather a into
bit ha pass on to th
: it wh'-n he ear it is.
tin Almighty Him* .:
'.'..... all wealth --
uho takes interest > nies that
. .- a mighty
Whj are the eha|iter> ol the
Kthii-* of the rather*, read after
Babballi altrrnuon durinc the
soring -nd -.uninwr month*..'
Sonv tl
ta< :.. Fes-
'ft'a. f SI ami th. tun
Hiirn H
Days In order to be pure in :
and sj.irtt on trx -
both I which n-call th* rev< a-
at Sinai where tht t*
Wen met on two occa-
ust atti-mi>; to
: i t his wa>~s and
rrivrr-.l condition.
Another reason given is that the
'',rrmz and summer months are
nes in w hich man becomes over-
whelmed by the b auty ol nat in
and might easily hi- uitk '. into
: .1 practices a third real
ms that thi' Ethics of the Path-
:> are read during this period bo-
th- days an longer and
more time on Sabbath
-noon. Idl< rv H would brir.c
n. while industrious study
i! ti would det ' 'ion.
iaim that
I to be
h afti i- -: bei
r\-\ David died a'
other
I T ii
fon
months
ring th<

\\'i\ is it lorl.i.ld. :i Id ..,i
anything in the presence ol the
id?


ted 1
'he rabbis ui
the g neral OfUCgory of "making
s[> rt of the poor" an act which is
eond > the Bible Honor arnl reaped must be given
to a person, eapei I ill) when he is
disabled because ol poverty or bo-
ra use of rkath. This kind of re-
tion comes under general laws
affecting the hon.ir of the human
- nality.
Some authorities even claim
that one should not even smoke in
the preai nee ol the dead Other re-
ItrictkMH are. for example, those
that forbid one to study Torah in
the presence of the deceased, or to
war TefUUn or T/iti/is (fringe!
which show openly. These are the
things which the deceased can no
r do and when the living do
them m the presence of the corps.
II ^ like ti asing or embarrassing
the dead.
Some say almost the whole of
Judaism's ethics vis-a-vis man's at-
titude to his fellow man is based
upon th. principle of honoring
Ol)i s fellow man because he is a
r. fl.-ction of the image of the Cre-
ator This applies after death as
well as durini life
B> KABBI NAMI El. J. KOX
Whit w:* the purixr ol th*-
"merillee* which were brought to
the Temple of old?
A number of reasons are offered
Thi offi___ and eventual disinte-
tion of the animal which a
.. ..... i.:., was sup-
: ndicate to the indh kdual
who brought it the punishment
ii ighl logically deaervt
llmighty was said
to hav-- allowed the means of sac-
iifi'i to man >s a morce of grace
and mercy: Instead of having to
offer his ixtn life on the altar of
sacrifice, he was allowed to offer
an animal in its place < Rabbenu
C"har.anel I.
Then- ">e who clain
that th<- sacrifices were offered a
i means of providing the priests
with assist.Trre in the form of
some tangible means I Yehuda ha-
: i .
Oth. :- laid that the tacxifici
was a means of punishing the sin-
ner by making him spcrd the
money for the sacrifi. as a fine
(Rabbtnu Bacnyai. Still others
claim that the sacrifice was meant
to bring to the attention of man
how his physical pnd will be death
just like tuajjj^thc animal about
to be sacrificed TT.is was suppose!
to both humble him and prevent
him from pursuing his mundane
.' n Ezra'.
Still ol im that the sadri-
it to din m n
itora. Soni'- idol;.-
.mimals as gods
troj ing the animal
i that the
and
-
nides
Thi ; .. ibly
th
i
.'. ith

acrifio was
dfacf t> t1-- Almighty a

, his willii s- i ri-
fle* SllMHWBg It .rdrr tr.-r.-r
this about.
\\h> i the MkHaal parties
iaaeaMag the daU) saerlftoas
lr..light in the Temple Mill rr-
eited in the BSSMaf ol the dail>
psajers to thi dayf
The I 1 aspirati.in >( th.
traditional Jew I day
realizi thi n bi il lii t ol the Tem-
- Jerusalem anil the reinstil
I its ta riflces This would,
course, mark n u return to
that lofty state of moral integrity
which would enable him to offer
sacrifices Stoci wi nevei lost this
hope thi sacrificial texts an II
read I ol rsi the ss
were not an end in I
rather they brought si per-
tain condition of the heart
soul which is also
through
\Vhi:. wi ffer sa riflci
in the physical sensi oui prayen
Bl Still offer-si "
aim that the sacrificial
texts ,-. recited t.. bring to mind
the sacrifice ,,i :- ali the
Jewish martyrs through the ..
.ig that t: \ ightv will -
us His Grace bees I I
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Silver Chapter, accepts diamond nng from gener
mancger Thomas L. King Pontiac's 12th ranking crles~,oni
in the naticn lor 1968. Mr Burney ha* been Wl'h ~~~k>x
Pontiac Miami, for the past 17 years.
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Israel Government Realizes
Position Damages Image
JFRU5AL.KM (JTAi Govern-
I .fit circles know that their <>|>i>o-
[.' tMW *" '* Four Power Mi.Last
| talks How going on in Now York
a>- be dariWKinK to Israel's Image
I >ioad, but they will not be I rml from making Israel's views
I own in awry jiossiblc way, iii|>-
lurrtrc fiaftrcca said here tins
..*k.
The government view is that Is
acTa awvival could be at stake
indthai \hat Is far more imi>rtant
hn maklar 'good impression
tilmkll tora4'lh believe that the
-i !c outcome of the talks so far
tatf byen to worsen the immediate
uiation in the Middle Kast. They
up deeply concerned that a Big
Dwrr deal might emerge that
.mid be wors.- for Israel than no
ttl. m. nt at all. the sou re. s laid
Israeli offu-ials point out th.it
... tin talks start. fighting has flared along the Sue;
'.'anal front ami the Israel -Jordan
i mareation line. The Hnit.il Na
lions' apectal ix-are envoy, Ambas-
sador Gunnar V. Jarring, has with
drawn from the scene and has re-
turned to his post as Sweden1!
Ambassador to Mosom. lioth of
these developments, according t.>
laraeli sources, bode ill for the
.hano s of jieacc.
The main worry hero, however,
is that the I i.itid States and the
S ai.t Union may reach an agree-
: in. nt on the Vietnam war. nuclear
f disarniami nt or other global mat-
t.is which could affect the Ameri-
| can attitude toward the Mi.'.ille
I conflict This. Israeli offii la Is
.... would be detrimental to ls-
rax I. which regards am thing less
than a tlgned peace treaty with
the Aral's worse than nothing at
all
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Among those who took part in a recent
luncheon meeting ot the American Technion
Society were seated, from left): living Weis-
mcn. Harry Dejur, Sam Bernstein, Jacob
Rifkin. Sidney Ansin, Professor Pincus Naor.
Rabbi living Lehrman. Archie Kaplan, Wi -
liom Siegel, Mortimer May. Standing (from
kit: Louis Spieselman, Jacob Katzmar.
Harry Shapiro. M. A. Baskin. Sam Redlich.
German Publisher
Says Papers' Goal
Is Reconciliation
NEW YORK iJTAi Speaking
at the annual awards dinner of the
Overseas Pi cm Club, West Ger-
man publisher Axel Springn said
here this week that his news-
papers five daily and t\s<> Sun-
day had principles which all of
his iiitn! accepted, one of which
.!- t h. goal "I i' .1 mciliation be-
tween the Jewish and German
people,
Mr Spring) i -im this goal could
i ichi \> d, ii it could lx- i. ached
it all "ot > in the gi ru ration of
our children and grandchildren"
He said he was "so concerned"
about isi.i. i because he felt thai
th. unspeakable things done in
Gem i:-. ame" to tin Jews b)
the Nazis "can never undone,
..I ran they !> ..'.. rearm
But, added, it was essential
to "uaa the historic chance that
the Lord >f histor) lias manifestly
inanto.i my people." This he said
ivas to stand fast b> the State ol
Israel the Stati built by the chil-
!:: .mil brothers ol those whom
Germans murderi d." He
voict 'I ni'i- iti.'ti to the i n;ht w
National I I'ai ty
A stroi stand b> the W< si
powi i In the pi csent Midi ast
deadlock Mould pay ofl for the
u. st, Mi Spi ingi i assi it..; H<
chara. t.i i/i o the I as
.. king to l chi< f mi
while at tin same time playing the
role ui q lasi i lligen nts" in the
Ml.!. ..-
The publisher, who recently via-
[sibi I, said that th. Isi aelis
not b i-i. ill) hostiK to I
.\: aba and were read)
to negotiate outstanding iss
bul oi I) ait. i ihi .\iaba
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Friday
Ra^MityucUt
GAIL sil.VKK
Gail Judith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Max Silver, 710 s\v 21sl Rd.,
will become Bas Mitzvah ai Beth
David Congregation Friday eve-
ning, May 9
Talented In art, ceramici and
music, Gall is b seventh grade ttu-
driii .it sh. nandoah Junior High
School.
A dinn. i -reo [>tioi will host-
ed b Ga nts in her h
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A mg the honoi ' I" .\ii- 's pati rnal gi andmother.
Mrs Sara Alkin, and his grand-
i 'its. Mr and Mrs. H
>'i iedman
MAJM HOIM s
Man-, the son ol Mr and Mr-
Jack Hodus, will observe his Bai
Mitzvah Saturday morning, Maj
in. at Beth T.m all Congregation.
A seventh grade student at John
K Kennedy Junior High School,
Man-ait. iids tin Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School at Beth Torah.
Friends and relath a will
bi ate the occasion with Man I
his family at a Kiddush in his
honor follow ing thi sen ici s
HOW MM) ROMA
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LAI BIE W U.IIM.W
Laurie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
li will become Bas
Mitzvah al Beth Toi si I on pega-
t Fi klay vening, Ma> 9
a ho pl.r. sings
and con a record-
si! Ions She
is in hei first y. ai at the Hi brew
A i Ii mj.
An Oi ibbat will be held in
hei r I the sei
1 I a reei ption
v I i held at h
I to attend
1 ndpareni Mr
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JOBDAJi S< || \| KKt.
Saturdaj morning May 10. at
Bi th Tor.di Congregation, Jordan,
the son of Mr. and Mrs Jot Schaf-
i win become Bar Mitzvah.
.Ionian has been a student at
Harold Wolk Religious School for
some time and will continue his
study, entering the Confirmation
Class of 1970.
A Kiddush will be held in Jor-
dan's honor following the servic.-s.
attended by friends and relatives
KEITH RABIN
K. ith Lowi l!. son ol
Vfaynard Rabin, will cell
brate ins Bar Mitzvah at [*.
Zion Saturday, May 10.
Keith is a |i i
at Giades Junior High Sell
where he is in the school b i
Mr and Mis Rabin will sponsor
Kiddush following the si n
Saturday and a reception in honor
oi the a lebrant at Sheraton I
Ambassadors Saturday night
Among the honored guests will
!" K. ith's grand| arents, Mr and
Mis Leo Rabin ol Chic igo,
Mr and Mis William Hechl. i
Miami
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Aye and Harrj :
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Mrs Gerald Goldwam i wl
Bar Vlitzvah at Temple I manu-KI
Saturday, May 10
Andrew is a student at Nautilus
Junior iht,m School, where h. |
the seventh gradi
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be held Saturday at the
Eden Roe Hotel
Andrew's s;rannts. Mrs
Mildred Sonnet and Mr. and Mrs
Alex Goldwasser. will be among
the honored guests at the went
Technology Center
Is Opened In Haifa (I
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Coil Silver
Patricia linsky
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Andre GoHwuuer
Genets And Dade Paper
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Technion Israel [nstit
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Ne*>oik I* fore eoil,i,,K, .Miami!
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>age 11 -C
Ohel Aharon, first permanent synagogue on the
Movnt Carmel campus of Technion-Israel Institute
c} Technology, is dedicated. Designed by Aharon
Kashtan. associate professor of architecture at the
Technion, the synagogue named for Albert Jessel-
son was made possible through the generosity of
his brother. Ludwig, of New York, who addressed
the audience. Dr. Zerah Warhaftig, Israel's Minis-
ter of Religious Affairs. Israeli Minister Pinhas
Sapir. Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman and Al-
exander Goldberg, president of the Technion. were
also guest speakers at the dedication ceremony.
Mr. Jesselscn and his wife. Erica, affixed a Mezu
zah to the doorpost; Mrs. Bella Jesselson, widow
of Albert, cut a ceremonial ribbon at the entrance
as their dauqhters Jael Jesselson and Mrs. Sarah
Frankel looked un.
A word to
Miami employers about the
hard-core unemployed.
HELP.
Thing* are ^til-ring in our
country right now People are
beginning to realize that doing
their pan doesn tjust mean
giving a $5 check to* harity.
It means getting involved.
Now then? s .i way tor
r\\i.mi businessmen to got
involved.
With thehelpol federal
funds and l put tugether .i programd>signed
to .ml the hard ior<- unemployed
ItscalledfOBS vWaretaking
men and women who have been
batting zero when it comes to
holdinga job and helping them
adjust v\e re not talking about
wellare addicts. V\te're talking
nlvxit people w?iowan! towork.
Who want to lx- part ol the
iitfluont society. But because
of bad link discrimination!
personal hangups haven i
Ii lack-, i
program works like
this:W? train the** people
where they n<-nl naming I lelp
them pi< k up where they lell
down on the r ixku iition. leai h
thorn puix luality.C uoperation.
1 a iplino.
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And that b where we need
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commitment Iromyou to place
oneol these people in your
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So you really nave nothing
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Friday. May 9,
Jack Carner, 73. Miami Beach Banker,
Philanthropist, Follows Wife In Death
The doath of Jack Carner it
Miami Heart Institute April
Followed thai ..i ins wife, H< len,
m ho had died t hi re 1-' daj s eai
>l ins wife, \\ hose horm was
Aw Mi
lonated $1 "\<\ lo thi
JACK CAKklR
! i mstituti*,
win IV
d iti their
honor
Mi I
Bai '

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the boai .1 ol t! .' w ish I:
the Agi d. He was s ic pn skit nl ol
l'i ntpli Kma II I -i>
. hairman ft imbim I Jew -
Kh Anneal i:i 1959. Last Decembei
Mr. Carner was the recipient ol
the Miami Heart Institute's Hu-
manitarian Award
Survivors include sons Richard
of N> w Yin k. and Stephen, ol
Miami Beach; a brother, William,
n( Long Islai d N Y two sisters
Mis Jeanie Sobel. of Hollywood,
anil Lena of N< w York and fom
grandchildren
Services were held last Fridaj
at The Riverside t'hai* 1. with In*
termenl at Mt. N< U> Cemetery.
Mai Newberg. president of Mai Fruit Systems. Inc., of
M;ami. left, accepts a check for a Welcome Fruit Basket"
franchise in the Los Angeles area from Morris Gershon and
Al Cchen of A. & M. Promotional Fruit Packaging Company
of Van Nuys, Calif. The A. & M. franchise includes Palm
Springs. San Diego and Santa Barbara, and negotiations
are under way in several other areas including San Fran-
cisco. Las Vegas and Hawaii Mai Fruit perfected the
automated system which produces Welcome Fruit Baskets"
gift packages used by hotels, motels and cruise ships to
greet arriving guests in Miami.
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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
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