The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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fewish FlorSdiLan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 10
Miami, Flor.da Friday. March 6, 1970
Sections
.'Tire _
tion Nearing Pompidou Fails To Meet
inst Lebanon With Jewish Delegation
iJTA Israeli
|miiI> the situa-
U i M Imrdi r
i. grave." They
I lents In k n
|l most of them
erril
announced that
t l(.H :is ri-Milt
l terrorist activity
f:nli soldiers and
dim- nl whom wo*
tourist. UK heav-
oreorred n the
nut. with 17 1-
trirtlms <>' K-K.vp-
fi\e in thr i..i/.i
ihi- .iiiriian Valley
loilun Height*,
the n ported in-
hi shooting from
lint s. A spokes-
i.i. u lieved the
i and guer-
b I reached an
milting them to
th Israeli
as ") rclraln-
; ai i '>ss the
1.. ,i ul believe*
111 not fire ui>on
iry unit ss tlii y
fest.
i is wi re acts
b Set
Protest
' \ S. >\ i. t ;r I-
It ilunday
"Israeli
t Union,
!'. I. The an-
i
!i M Inch
il..' Ill the
,ai i ncourag* -
Jews, Includ-
|a !. iii Le\in of
Synagogue,
1 ll Soviet Jews
|< there, News*
ji : letters
jruriK obviously
fnd two Sen k t
Jewish have
F.q* 11-A
of sabotage committed bj guer-
rillas ho managed to infiltrati
Into Israeli territory In om ol
the latest incidi nts. a m ati i
ban I) 20 yards from the border
w as tal taged.
Fi Iday nighl saboti urs I
Lebanon damaged two electric
in equipment -hul anil
utomobile i ai Mi tzud
Vi .siii r in i i'i" r Galilei In i
other incident, a house in Sh-
mora was blown up. Military
spokesmen said terrorists on th>
Lebanesi tide ol the border can
N expected to increaa I
Continued on r-ao* t-A
Nl W Y( i:K 'JTAi Franc -
President i; ; gi s Pompidou
failed i keep an appointment
with ation of American
Jewish :'.. I' is Monday, urn!
thej : i nt notifii d in ad-
vanci that h< would not !
I with thi m
- d il delegation was
appall< d ai r, is ack "i courti
according to .i joint statement
Issued bj D: William \ Wi x i
chaiiman ol tin Confer* nee of
Presidents ol Major American
Jewish < irganizations, and Philip
Hoffman, pn sklent Of the Ann r-
.i.iii Jewish Committee.
Thi- delegation had gathered
parts ol I'm count)> I
i M. I impidi and
ing his arrival whi n
formi .: bj a radio reporter that
thi French President was not
' i me* t them but in-
stead had gone directly to the
i Nations w in re hi w as ti
ii h w ith Si iii tai 5 -
G neral U Thant.
Representatives ul tile delega-
tion called M. Pompldou'a part)
a'id were toW thai hi- would not
i- meeting with them. When
Ihej insisted, French offteials
proposed that they meet Instead
with Foreign Minister Maurice
Schumann. The ili-li-c.it u rlined.
] : Wexl< i termed M. Pon -
s act ion "an affroni nol
k American Ji w ish eon
bul in the gi .1' Ii is I
- : tin' peopli of Fran
Aski 'l w in ther M Pompid
re to keep thi appoint
w ,is i cause nl his i, gi nl n
:it tin- demonstrations
erected him in \ arious pi i
] >:. Wi xler said he didn't kn
but that M. Pompidou seen
be disturbed by the fact that
Jews all over the world v.
nnd about Israel. "He -
Continued on Pag* 8-A
Council Formed At Emergency Conference
): solutions condemning Arab
terrorism, France's sale of Jets
tu Libya and an) settlement Im-
posed upon Israel highlighted
the emergency conference "f
Dadi 'ountj Ji w Ish i rga
lions at Tempk Israel thisweek.
Mori- than 350 repn sentativx -
ol 17-: Jewish groups formed a
men! Oi ganizational I
ei'. which wii! operate nnd- r
the auspices of tin Comm>init>
Ri lat ions (-gmmitti of tin
;,: ati i Miami Ji w ish Fi k
II
t.s'.ihlishiiieiit ot t'!- t SSUU il
ws iecnmniendi-d h\ the Mid-
? asl < omniittce of the < K< .
lis i hall man. Beymssjr B. Lleb-
man, prsute tional ronelave.
tip rt, M cutive
t | | .t thi
Mho wa
. nference's k< > ni ti sp ak< r
.. o| ie of Israi ire I
ing the cum nt military, polit-
i, al u '-' with
te confidence in thi ir
own ability to maintain security
and iii tin steadfast support ol
the Jewish people tlwoug
thi free world.
Joseph H. Kanter, of Miami
ami Cincinnati, who serves as
national chairman of the United
Jewish Ap|N-ai. declared ihat
the I. adership of American Jew-
ish organlations is maintaining
Its d' mauds upon the Nixon Ad-
ministration for Israel's ni;ht to
face-to-face negotiations with
the belligerent Arab stab I
Strong efforts are iieing made
to gain the support of interna-
tional aviation organizations lor
its fight against Arab terrorist
attacks on Israeli planes and the
civilian planes of other nations
bound lor Israel destinations,
Mr. Kanter disclosed.
Morton Silberman, chairman
: the Community K lai
mittee, in a report on the
The head oi the Department of Thoracic and Cardi>
Vascular Surgery at Hadassch-Hebrew University
Medical Center in Jerusalem, Dr. Hanoch MilwidcI who is pictured here with an Arab patient he had
successfully treated, was one of the passengers who
died when a Swissair jet exploded shortly after de-
parting from Zurich. Switzerland, recently.
emergency conference on P
m the Middle East held in Was i-
ii gton, D.C., said its had the
expected results, including Pr s-
ick nt Nixon's messagi pro
l aid tor Israel wlnn it was
11 ded.
We in Florida an fortunate
ave established an ongoing
r< lationship with all of our S -
- and Represi ntatives in re-
rard to Israi I's position in the
: i-t crisis Mr, Silb r-
an stated.
Mr. Lie bman sununirizi d the
Mtnms adopti 'i after
iscussion, debate and an
T'.' :: essai hii h
w anli d I- i i< pai I. s
i rncd
iiiiimi-ini i action ta
S ;i/i rland apainst
. iIs fi illi w ing tin des'.
i S\ issaii lam bound
Israi I in an i xplosion tii it
iled I hi IV ci\ ilians aboard,
< ondeinn tin ai is ol
; n and ail pii ac> of the
. -t iv. o years, as well B
acts of air piracy through-
I thi world
< all upon tin fri i nati ins
all world airlines to con-
passenger, freight and
ati service to Israi I and to bar
flights to Egypt, Syria, Leb-
Iranj, Saudi Arabia. Mo*
occo, Algeria and Libya until
Aiab states take posit.
Continued Ml Paoo 11-A
lory Making Initial Sale In Israel Bonds
IJTAl 1--
Minister,
H
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;
nat
p Will-
SI i .1
v.r.til "defend-
bli t.i all,
imd. but all pri -
i -i mi nts b tween
<
s I a im : man* nt
11
isserl d that Is-
t.i the
[ third party kn
I) to din i
the Arab countries,
that tin. persistent
il to enti r hi
. i i ted atti
the in-
of r*
Idea tl Isra

the i ice : '
on I tie fie 11 i
t ndoraeorlng tin.....ed lor
ri.iti> Imniasrd economlr aid
ihr inxli the Isrw l Bond u
palgn, the Depot} Piemler de-
cl.ind: "Israel niusl le.iilil h r
soclet) as it s'ic wen- not living
in perpetual danger, and yet she
most took > bar securltj as I
taO-ecale war was anavotdaMe."
Ni i'ork's Mayor John V.
Lindsay told th
Israel' i ^-'' nee is hell
is n.t- i f
.\ at th- expen i of
security He sd talk ol
. n An
i ; .i-' at '
'.....
one
:.
Mm- r i Indi ij i-s.iiliil the
v,,x | t i nil n, which he said was
; ici in in d to win a foothold In
the Middle East for Itself, r, -
pudless ni the coal to human
lives and suffering, and deplored
i iti velopmeata la Ann r-
i, a' posit Ion,
m isay asked
.-, the massh
vl. i ts ol arms to the
ho wi uld stand by a
. red smaii
Iiuti d State- Is-
ally, ass
? post :rr i.f m utrality.
it i i ;!-. servi
East." tin n
; tod ij that

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sent crisis hoi
ni v. it houl im 11 >i fi-
... support ii
"We iiiiiiiii do it alone, *" Mrs.
Meir said. "It we waul the coun-
try to develop, if we want lo
s.irM the iii w Immlgranta that
are coming in. it we want to
ii ..int.iin our progress In educa-
tion anil culture, if we want 1s-
rael ta so as buHdthg at th'-
Mune time it is defending Itself,
we must have \oiir help, and we
hope that you will be with us."
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Friday, March Q
Rabbi Hollander
Banquet Speaker
Rabbi DavM B. Hollander, out-
ing American reMfious lead-
i i. woi '\<\ ir-ix. Ii i- and lecturer,
will be the guest sp< 9**i it the
nonial
ii Tlbor H. St. :n. Sui
: March 22. The 01 casion
v.ill be the 30th Annh
B ; t to be held
joint nsors lip of the
Jacob C. I'ohc m Com nunity Syna-
and State <>t Israel Bond
ization. The banquet lunch-
con at noon will ix> preceded by a
tihi at 11:30 a.n-.
Rabbi si. in ill ho the ivcipi--
cutitfM*Jrtusatoni Pvmc Award:
which will bi conft rred upon him
: tribute to his life-long leadcr-
:! of Israel. The oc-
casion will also mark Rabbi Sinn's
30th Anniversary in the Ra bi-
I |i ading pr parations for the
, vi i.i an Ja ob C. Cohen, I
w. chairman, and Leonard Zil-
Ix-rt, bai q let chaii man. Ba
tick< ts an 57 r pi rson and maj
tx obtaini d at b C. Cohen
s> na go from ;i member ol the
Pati on I Ii sts committee or by
calling thi Israi l Bond Iffice.
Foi mi i Pn sidi nt of the Rab-
binical Co incil oi America, and
President of the Metropolitan
Board of Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi
Hollandei has made several visits
In thi- past few years to the So-
viet 1'nion. Poland, and other
countries or Eastern Europe. In
1956, he was the first Rabbi in
forty yean to head a Western
delegation visiting Russia, and he
leestabHshed religious contact with
.he second largest Jewish com-
munity in the world.
The spiritual leader of the
Mount Eden Center in the Bronx,
New York, Rabbi Hollander was
ordained at Yeshiva University,
find is a graduate of Brooklyn Law
school and Dfopsie College.
State Sen. Richard B. Stone has
ennounced his candidacy for
the position of Secretary of State
and his intention to resign as
a State Senator. 48th District,
on July 21, the official date of
qualification for that race. Sen.
Stone said he was making ths
announcement at this time in
order to allow the election of
someone to fill his Senate seat
during the regular elections, a
procedure which will save an
estimated SI00.000 for the tax-
payers of Florida.
In time of Crisis we must con-
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nomically strong and produc-
tive.
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i .. ,!. i ol J" wtoh Con-
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gested salary scale for licensed
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The Code, which concludes with
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religious education, and experi-
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all Jewish schools by the Bureau
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icliman Named Chairman Of Ball
ad
nr ,.'., Miami, has an-1 April 4. at the Y.' 8SQ0 SW 8th
A!hat Clifford Suchman. a St.
tl Ys board, has been Mr. Suchman. a well-kit vn Mi-
Asirrnar. of the 'April in1 anii realtor, is in the process of
c organizing his cmi! ; th<
"April in M;ami Ball." which w:il
be a tribute to the many frieni~
and dedicated officer! and board
of directors of the Y.' in addition
to serving as its annual meeting
for the installation of incoming of-
ficers and directors.
Mr S-it!m also annoiini-.-d that
Mian.:- delegates to the 18TO Bi-
ennial Conv< ntion of the National
Jewish Welfare Board iJWBi to
be held in Washington. D.C., from
March 18-22, will include the Ys
executive director, E. H. Gale, and
Mr- Gale, Mrs. Louis Glassi r and
Mrs Leon Kaplan.
Tup government, university, Is-
raeli and American Jewish leaders
will address the convention, the
agenda of which will deal with the
maior concerns > and our society
Mrs. Glasser, who is a director
on the ixiard of the Y. and chair-
nan >! it* Armed Forces Commit-
tee president of the USO Council
of Dado County and member ol
the National I'SO Council, will at-
tend the first USO National Coun-
cil me,-ting in Beverly Hills, Calif.,
at which George W. Romney. Sec-
retary' of the i" s Department ol
Housing and Urban Development
is scheduled to he the keynote
speaker. Mrs. Glasser, who recent-
ly received the USO's highest
award, will be one of some 700
USO Council members attending
the conference from throughout
the nation.
Night Of Stars Set
Local theatrical agenl and pro-
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the Variety Club's annual "S
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    Friday, March 6. 1970
    Volume 43
    28 ADAR 1. 5730.
    Number 10
    'Preventive Detention' Repugnant
    Jewish sensitivity to anything that smacks of the concen-
    tration camp is illustrated in the National Jewish Commun-
    ity Relations Advisory Council's resolution urging the Con-
    gress to repeal the so-called Emergency Detention Act.
    Although this is a section of the notorious McCarran Act
    approved in 1950. interest in it has been revived by Senate
    passage of a repealer and President Nixon's support of it.
    The very concept of preventive detentiona nice phrase
    for concentration campis thoroughly repugnant to Amer-
    ican, as well cs Jewish, tradition.
    Jews Had Role In Blacks' Fight
    Anti-Semitism among Negroes is not only morally wrong
    butcs a man who has been a member of the NAACP for
    44 years emphatically told locai black audiences recently
    it :s clso stupid. Alfred Baker Lewis, national treasurer
    of NAACP who now resides in Fort Lauderdale. is among
    he many distinguished whites who have worked with
    NAACP. He also pointed out the role Jews have played
    in the black battle against discrimination through the
    NAAC? and the fact that Kivie Kaplan of Boston, who is
    or.e of the two top officials of the national organization,
    succeeded another Jew in the presidency.
    Jews' Dilemma Again Spotlighted
    V cbout Leonard Bernstein s party, giv^r.
    to ra:se funds :cr the defense of Black Panthers -
    :.a feced by those who believe that
    note protection -must be in the
    continuing fight for civil liberties, recog-
    of those liberties would endcr.ee:
    pn c : is ar.i ethnic rights
    The noted musician pointed out in his statemenl
    it .= --'.ear the Black Panthers advocate the downfall of
    ad support violence in America as well cs the El
    h, and as en American end a Jew, he could in no way
    support their philosophy. The issuethe dilemmafor the
    .:ican Jew is making the decision on the point at m
    foi liberties' goes beyond the fight for survivaj
    as A tews. It seems obvious to most of us
    ~.'.: :: evidence must favor the latter.
    Socialists' Concern Is Encouraging
    The Sociclist Party. U.S.A., while hardly a radical or-
    ganization, is still included in that left spectrum where
    bI is not getting too much support these days. It is
    encouraging, therefore, that Chairman Michael H
    has made it clear that American Socialists ere concerned
    that any weakening of the United States commitment to
    Israel will strengthen the Soviet hand in "he Middle East
    and encourage Arab recklessness.
    Nothing To Otter Israel?
    In Dimona, a development town ;n the Negev, a
    ip of black Jews from Chicago. 111., have shown
    reluctance to allow their children to become involved
    a children.
    native Israeli youngsters, un I 5e who
    the
    mt ] fVho soys American Jews have .
    Isrcel?
    HUM ruin- >l around our
    lone time ago.
    If I am not foi '''
    then i- And if I am for
    what am I' Ai
    if not now. when then?"
    The puJ I ''i'sis tha1 te
    on us does I itself t
    plistk ns. for it is bound
    firmlj to the entire educational
    a whs h ;- '! I to th< pro-
    I .. ty and : Is
    us into paths which are intri
    nfusing
    To speak, then, of Jewish i I-
    ucetJon outside tins cont. v
    to cii eyes to the real
    world that is pressing in on our
    tab! mdition.
    - il educati has b i
    fulcrum of the great *
    success in America. We stand
    today as Un shitting example of
    I
    b*mus< if the ptrbflc srttool i x-
    I ,- il is lid to
    I for t
    for no eli il
    it -
    On thi itl*: hand, our effort
    In the a

    , J< ws As has the Ameri-
    . i it i, we havt
    rone i trs I ffbrts mass
    | the potrrt .
    rity,
    ; I nsi I havi
    - .: emphasis in
    irM Ji wish edu ttton I
    il thv kind of quality w
    rival 14 th. jysti
    mk<' this effort an
    ... s and
    as J'.i- For st s<
    II :
    mrcalnj mcanUations have ojion-
    K been moving toward the es-
    tablishment of Jewish day
    > l which, m some inttai
    were aimed to give the moai m-
    ti nsivc kind of Jewish educa-
    tion and in others toward the
    -. ,m both levels
    Por the first time Hie Reform
    movi an exampli, h is
    bo n Involved in tin search for
    ,. parochial school program that
    I hopefully, provide the
    of two worlds.
    It is a coincidence that some
    nf these plans are now ready to
    become operable although tin re
    is no question in my mind th it
    the inti gratlon crisis has ac-
    ,-.|. rated the process at a lime
    when the Hillel chall< i
    n .ii as il aas wbj n it was laid
    down some 2.000 years ago. It
    we Jews do not | rw kie an edu-
    ration which will produce fu-
    rabbis, ti a< hi rs and schol-
    ars, w ho
    V, t. It must b di to a
    one whose
    problems ol A ition.
    to the hypoi i isy ai d bigotry
    ;, yi sti i ii> blocked the
    .' v in othi I the
    blacks ei today, that it we
    ii. oi selves -no
    l lli a rl> '
    is tin i rj '' tm I"" "ill
    haunl ws A : !
    am chauvthistic i nough to b< -
    that oi
    seta is out nsitivitj lo the
    I'llH!'" '
    :
    Hi.:- : thn the I I
    all tin* A
    i-hen l
    by EDWARD COW
    education todaj n
    believe it to i- i ,
    tion has fan. it >(|.
    to be prm tj,,,'
    abandon both:- I .
    us are saj
    *lgnfffenc oi i
    rress should n. i t> t'oii
    no. Tho Stennh
    the school I ;
    pottcy of racial
    boon abando- |
    that men lik \
    into the South, i .-.
    sure of th.- Cathi
    sorah. th. Orttl
    movement
    in th- next
    I-' .leral aid ti
    that will
    tion of th. pul li< -
    It has !> l .,
    in a period whei
    all childn n in thus
    m transiti. \ .'i i
    support ol '
    pram and tl
    iiiimanl;. |
    the Jew musl -
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    i^t; onement
    plan f.n ..
    n Isa pi at i ai
    for oura Ives a
    may find i *
    Jot Wit ii
    thoSi- \>
    . .nnot buil 1
    hat will k^
    involved in ul
    Amel lean S< i
    (I plan to W i>'. i i milirfl
    i oliinms on this i|iiri-.-ii iii i
    next weeks and would rwll
    h.-ariiiK Iroin Ihiiw \i tr il
    ;irn .lilt.r. i.i ,.
    MATTER OF FACT
    by JOSEPH ALSOP
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    Alpert Technion Dinner Guest
    I
    . ua! dinner of the
    ,. s,h>. t> for Technion
    ,lv ingat the Fontaine-
    "ftt- I" Artnur Kan,ro"
    ; idcntnddlwotoroi
    i.,-.u Research Labora-
    icsl s|H-ak.T.
    ',., ,s,a JJf
    lanl and advta-
    ,-,,,! an,, to
    J ..,. institute of
    I
    I ^ ,.,, dinner chair-
    I- wil ntn 'acoh Walter
    I ''"' of th'~
    American Technion Society, who
    will bring special greetings to the
    jathrriin ami Harry DtJur, the
    l;u.-s) of honor, will receive a cita-
    tion lor his ili'iik-Htol in| I h<' Technion.
    Jc wish Mori.iian columnist Carl
    Alpert, who i* on an extensive
    tour of the United States recruit-
    ing teachen a- well .is students
    for the educational institution,
    v. in iv in- is vice chairman of the
    board, cam*- to Miami to attend
    the dinner, lie visit.si the Univer-
    sity of Miami presidenl In Henrj
    Kintr Stanford, and vice president
    Dr Frankim Williams, who servis
    ',s '"' "i:" I Of the Am. ii,,-,.
    rrennion Socfc ty, .-ni, this wot k
    I'- Ktend. ,i a personal invitation
    ''' ,Ml dlnn. i to l>i Stanford, who
    Ins visitci ii,, Technion In [sra
    Mr Alpert, who r< |ioi ti ,l that
    the Technion has an enroHmi nt of
    6,400 students m many fields ol
    i ngineci ing, t, cl no ogj architer-
    ttin and applied s(-i. nee, clan Is s,,-.uit> tie; i. nils on us
    skillful us.- of modern si lence and
    technology. It is not numbers thai
    count, so much as brain poorer
    "And that is why the Technion
    plays such a vital role In assuring
    the defense oi this bastion ol de-
    mocracy against Communist In-
    roads in the Middle East. Israel
    does not .isk that anj nation semi
    B single soldier into the Middle
    i ast. We ask only that we be giv-
    en the means and the tools to
    train our youth tor peaci tune pur-
    suits development of industry,
    promotion of agriculture, conquest
    >>f the desert, alleviation of human
    want and need. But <>i course, we
    must i able to mobilize our re-
    sources if it becomes necessary to
    defend ourseh i
    Pershing Firm Expands
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    -Jenlst n Friday. March 6,
    High-Rise Division
    Cochairman Named
    Julian Bond Subs For Salinger As Temple's LectunJ
    .rney Richard Essen, has
    r- appointed cwhairman ol the
    . Beach Residence and Hu:\-
    R Dfvistoa of the 19TO Oom-
    J i A: peal ami Isra.'i
    I KeflCJ Fund campaign Ro-
    ll H il. general chairman of
    ;
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    A form : Assistant State At-
    I I nenisaPastl
    ....
    ...... a
    i :-.-. S Mitnern F.
    - Anti-Deforaatioti
    l ...

    ! of the WTO Combined Jewish
    Israel EM r
    I will be held by
    i ents of Beckman Towers at
    f ada} ta tfca aualau -
    S i Hall.
    Nathan S VloeJi
    Btvknwn Towers CJA-IFF
    i ttee. reported that Mrs
    i immiiiaa national rice
    i nan if the Woman's DiiWoo
    of -. CJA-IFF drive, wfll be the
    :_- tpi ahec at the function.
    -.>. n of the Ootatnittaa in-
    i San -- Mm* C Fried-
    hers H<:-.r> A eraser arvi Her-
    : Sperher.
    j.ngus. BjOfle Kopel Rae Lewis
    Rose Light Mr snd Mrs Max
    Benjamin Salsky, Char-
    SeUnser, Jack Silver San-
    ira S an. Cnhh> Tinskj
    ia Wollnaaa,
    A- overt a "'.< a ino si I
    . Bel* P an I Belk Tow.
    g |'. half of '-"
    nbined Ji m in a -.... an I Is-
    Fund < ami ..-"
    sn n in
    :. 1968 il lias bei n
    nounced.

    C rnitte* are Leon J I
    U>:d:rar a:\1 Sam C Levenson.
    k S Popick. arxl Matthew
    Hartsl m. arv coehairmen. of the
    Phua
    Juliar. Bond, a member of the
    Georgia House of Representatives
    who waa nominated for vice pres-
    ident at the Democratic National
    i. onvention in Chicago in 1968. will
    be the final Speaker in Temple
    Or OlonVa Leeture Series at 8 p.m.
    Mondaj. H- replaces ^>ffe St-
    inger who was originally scheduled
    to speak in the series from which
    the proceeds will be used for the
    construction of a new. permanent ,
    sanctuary-
    Rep. Bond, who w;as the first.
    Negro ever nominated for the aec- I
    ad bight-** 4osi**on in the U.S.
    Club To Sec Heart Film
    A Rim called 'Affair of the
    Heart' narrated by Masai Heart
    Institut cardiologist Or Rudolph
    I regular monthly meeting of the
    gfej cb Club of Or."--
    M. which ii; be he'..-, at B
    p m Thursdaj March 12. in the
    Sol Aire Hotel 8515 C Uins Aw..
    Miami Beach. William Chiteo is
    the '"

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    > ". .'.- "'. -
    r of Beta David Congtvga-
    Ail be the guest apeaker at a
    en 15th Breakfast of Plaza
    : on be-ia'.f of the Greater
    -v. Jewish Federations 1970
    "ined Jewish Appeal arvi Is-
    . Fund
    e Lewis is chairing the
    v Tube'.!*- as co-chair-
    I

    I '
    R -
    - itt ......bers are- Sa-
    a la Arnold Mr
    Mn Samuel Dad Earn
    : Gertrude F Pau-
    -
    i Gre-
    JACOB
    SCHACHTER
    Mail Flights
    To Eilat
    Suspended
    Tl :. AVIV JTA ArMa.
    [srael's I m iti 5"
    ended mail ser\ice t
    Gulf of Aqaba. until it is
    tat atted that -
    ... are
    edeouaa Int
    and ; aaengei flights were not
    affected by the bar. and arrangi
    < were made to ship the
    mail to Eilat by truck.
    There was no official explana-
    tior.. but sources speculated that
    Arkia may have been warned ol
    a plot by Internal aeeuritjr men
    or a potor.tia! trouble sjwt may
    have been discovered. The air-
    ipparenttjr acted after con-
    sultations with Israeli internal
    rity amices, but the ban
    took postal authorities by sur-
    prise. ^^^^__
    Voters Meeting Tuesday
    n meeting of V >tei In-
    lorpoi i it 8:19 |
    . ,- b -' -> ik-
    sed bj Har I
    au-
    iitoi th." Washingl n Fed-
    1234 Washingtoi \ '
    Ha : :'
    N '
    e torney P Steinl I
    Vt'as .
    t the Maj j Commit-
    P phi ___
    government, was first el..ctw,
    the Georgia House m 19^5
    was prevented from takinj
    s.at until 1967. A s., u
    (ommittee objacted to hit vi
    on Viet Nam. and ,1
    rision- by the sta' ,
    fourt taawaraik tk -lV
    action.
    In 196* Ri 1 B01
    1 I ail man of th 1 ,
    National Democrat
    an ins ir Democratic N
    . was .,
    th" r. gular, : i.
    .< legation.
    When he was 1
    Vice Pn -.!! 1:
    dri a hi< name, fi

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    Friday. Maich 6.
    Pompidou Fails To Meet Action Nearing
    With Jewish Delegation Against Lebanon
    (< ontiniK-d from Fas*- 1-A)
    take the that
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    hav- no ng
    ;-.i>out the 2'- rnUBon
    .. DC Saiii.
    :. P->mi>*.xi not
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    campaign.
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    i condemnation of disorder in
    I rh Bchooii and universities.
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    What th. effects of
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    i is reportei ;-.<-.- glumly
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    IsraH pro-Arab p -ocks
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    As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
    Who Really Hobbles Effots To Achieve Peace?
    ^CCASIOXALLV editorial writers far
    ^^ removed from the scene manage to
    compete with Egypt's leader to make
    shocking statements. Consider that of
    an editorial scribe on the Christian Sci-
    ence Monitor, who was upset by the re-
    cent Jewish conference in Washington:
    Israels clobbering of Egypt and Jor-
    dan oxer the past couple of weeks." he
    is the :oca! counterpart of the Zionist political cam-
    pt zn being mounted above all within the United States.
    xbble if not wreck the United States initiative before
    it can get off thr ground."
    Why The Monitor overlooks the true history of clob-
    bering in the Middle East is hard to understand. But the
    writer's abortion that American Jewish leaders desire to
    hoi ble Washington's role as a peacemaker is even more
    of a puzzle.
    Beginning
    Middle East
    thousands of
    up-tight over
    poiicy toward
    to the other
    idea to work
    with Secretary of State William Rogers'
    policy pronouncement of early December,
    concerned Americans understandably got
    what appeared to be a sharp change in U.S.
    Israel. Washington seemed to be suggesting
    three big pjwers that it might be a good
    out a new governing board for Jerusalem,
    th.it Israel should agree to give up territor.. .c-mired ,
    the defensive rounds of 1967. and that :
    Ai ,!> refugees in Israel should be effected ,.-, a' '
    as R Cave Israef-tvlth little th say about )
    ,,e matters. In spite of President Klx
    to the American Jewish community and
    made by the chairman of the Republican P
    tee doubts continue to nag.
    Should Israel's desperate efforts to ferret out \yt
    terrorist nesting places and R maw it war tra i
    Middle Bast ix suit in a grim renewal of w ir in
    third decade she must be rea.-uied and
    sufficient defensive equipment.
    BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. liebmtHi
    A Beggar In Jerusalem
    IN A RECENT lecture. Charles
    Angoff. English professor
    and author whose works deserve
    more popularity, stated that only
    second and third-rate writers are
    always at their best. The elite, he
    said, sometimes slip from the
    Olympian heights of excellence be-
    cause of the difficulty of consist-
    ently maintaining the highest standards.
    Elie Wie*e!'s eighth book, "A Beggar In Jeru-
    ^aletn" "Random House. $4.951 proves him to be the
    - xception to Angoffs rule. He is without peer among
    Jewish writers or writers on Jewish themes. His
    receipt of the Prix Medicis, one of Europe's most
    Between fgj and /Me: By BORIS SMOiAR
    Moscow Message
    I IM1TLESS propaganda against
    Israel may be poured out by
    the Soviet press and radio, but the
    people of the Soviet Union are not
    impressed hy it. On the contrary.
    Israel's prestige seems to grow
    with every anti-Israel outburst
    from the Kremlin, says a foreign
    observer who has been living in
    Russia for three years in a book entitled "Message
    From Moscow.' published recently by Knopf.
    The author, who prefers to remain anonymous
    to protect his friends in Moscow, hides himself be-
    hind the cover-name "An Observer." He speaks the
    Russian language and has talked with Russians in
    their homes. He has even been taken into the con-
    fidence of Russians who are active in an under-
    ground movement.
    "Propaganda photographs of Russian trucks and
    machinery being unloaded in Arab ports do not
    provoke pride in comradely aid," the author reports.
    On the contrary, they provoke bitterness and re-
    sentment The Russians cannot overlook the fact
    that while they suffer from a shortage of goods
    and have to stand long hours in front of stores, the
    Kremlin is sending boatloads of "the best stuff" to
    the Arabs.
    After the Chinese and the Africans, the Arabs
    are the most disliked people in Moscow, the author
    reported He cited the reaction of venous elements
    of the Moscow population to the Six-Day War.
    showing that despite the vicious anti-Israel propa-
    ganda, event the muzhiks who are ordinarily anti-
    Semitic, were on the side of the Jews. He quoted a
    taxi driver, a real peasant" as happily telling a
    Jewish-looking passenger: "Your people are reallly
    giving those Arabs hell. It's about time:"
    It is not so much their love of the Israelis as
    the hatred for the Arabs that makes the Russians
    disregard the official anti-Israel propaganda, the
    author emphasizes. There are. of course. anti-Israel
    meetings held by workers in Soviet factories. But
    these meetings, he says, are staged on orders from
    higher authority The workers themselves are bored
    by the speeches about Israel's "aggression" and
    come to the gatherings because they were ordered
    to do so They consider it a waste of t:me
    "Menage From Moscow" is an exceptional book
    about the Soviet Union inasmuch as it was written
    by a Russian-loving Westerner who ha* been main-
    taining intimate contact with intellectuals and
    workers alike and has also been permitted to travel
    to cities not usually visited by foreigners. The au-
    thor, who goes deeply into various phases of Soviet
    life, is very pessimistic and warns the outside world
    not to be deceived into thinking that Stalin's spirit
    of cruelty cannot be revived.
    ?
    distinguished literary awards attest to his high
    standing, and he has also been the recipient of sev-
    eral other literary prizes. His work has received
    world-wide recognition.
    The principal character in this book is a beggar
    who returns to Jerusalem from a foreign land prior
    to the Six-Day War. Although it is apparent that
    many of the events are drawn from Wiesel's own
    life. Wiesel states that his book is not autobograph-
    cal. He has written a book which, he says, "is
    .neither novel or anti-novel. As a novel, it is not to
    re explained: it is to be read."
    He has modernized tales of the hasidim that
    plumb the depths of Jewish life and history- He
    transports the spirit to the Elysian fields of ecstasy,
    love and joy. He weaves the story from individual
    to individual, from affirmation of the Divine pres-
    ence and rule to the haunting doubt of a Divine
    concern in the affairs of men. The visit to his birth-
    place, a small town in Hungary, and his conversa-
    tions with the only three Jews who escaped the
    Nazi dragnet and are now inmates of a mental in-
    stitution will linger long in the reader's memory.
    Among Wiesel's many virtues as a writer, is his
    avoidance of morbidity even when he exposes the
    tortures of doubt and man's blundering and in-
    humanity to other men. Willingly or not. one must
    think when reading his books. He sometimes says
    more in a sentence or a paragraph than many of
    his contemporaries can say in an entire book. And
    his style is so fluid and deceptively simple and his
    avoidance of polysyllabic words and pseudo-
    scientific terminology so consistent that one must
    not read too rapidly lest gems of thought be over-
    looked. He weaves a spell with words that are as
    finely drawn as thin steel wire and as fragile as the
    finest China.
    A Beggar in Jerusalem is composed of stories
    within stories, with tales and parables each produc-
    ing chains of haunting phantasmagorias and in-
    effably exquisite revelations of relationships among
    men. The piquancy of man's love ot a woman and
    the woman's need for the love of a man are ri-
    depicted. But towering above all is Wiesel's search,
    his anxiety and his stream o' conscious witting
    that moves fiom past to present and back again.
    Here is a literary giant searching for the abso-
    lute truth and his readers are accorded the grace
    of being allowed to participate in his search.
    Israel Newsletter
    By CARl ALPERT
    Only In Israel
    QNE OF THF. thin-- thai
    ^ to make l.fe in Israel s
    cinating is that every
    day. every hour, some"
    esting. unusual, excitin,
    ous is happening. For Inst ince ..
    Where Hope Ahow:U:
    are five local political
    the Arab village of in-uwa,
    near Natanya. They are named Hope, L.:
    Justice and Equality Hope and Life c '
    majority between them and have forme:
    which controls the local Council Fair.-.?-. Justice
    and Equality are in the opposition.
    To tang Life: Moshe Ashkenazi. J6-J
    dier from Carmiel. was haikd by the \y--
    for unusual courage displayed when hit
    countered a band of Arab terrorists. M
    recognition was given him by the Ha--
    ance Co.. however, in the form of a paid-up
    ance policy with a face value of IL UXOfJ
    The*e Smart Israeli,: Moshe and Ml
    berg, dog trainers, have taught their do:
    the telephone When the phone rings,
    picks up the receiver, barks the canine
    "Shalom," and hangs it up again.
    Not Guilt of Major Offenses: An Ar
    ng a member of a saboteur gang -
    Elias Kteilj in Nazaret K Iv t
    th.' accusation: I deal in marijuana an
    things like that. Belone to a saboteur g. ''.
    don't even belong to the Hiatadnith!
    The Public's Favorite: A military jl
    ally scraped the side of a fancy car in em
    street, and the civilian driver jumped .
    gr y demanded the name. rank, and serial l
    of the soldier, so that he could file a c'
    damages
    A passerby quired if the car's driver would ace- I
    cover the damages. When the civilian re- d
    affirmative, the passerby quickly passei i hat, col-
    lecting the necessary sum lrom amor., th
    crowd which had by then gathered. The noncy un-
    counted out. and one vary relieved ~ I er frrove
    away, presumably exercising greater c
    The View Prom Jerusalem By Harry Rosen
    It's Raining At Last!
    jf^LL OVER THE WORLD people talk about the
    weather. In Israel, however, they do something
    about it.
    Israel la exceedingly poor in water resources
    it is in practically every other natural resource, un-
    less someone can figure out what to do with a limit-
    less supply of sand and rock!-. One of the major
    miracles in this country built on miracles is the way
    in which these stubborn Israelis have managed to
    get maximum use out of every list drop of water
    they have, and to find new sources.
    "Maximum use" means careful study of soil con-
    ditions so that terrain becomes an aid in water
    conservation. If there are -say-only s:\ inches of
    topsoil and then a layer of rock, the rock bccom< a
    means of preventing unnecessary water absorption
    and techniques of shallow planting are developed.
    Then there is the "drop-at-a-time" method of
    minimizing loss from evaporation. Throughout Israel
    one sees the "sprinkler" type of light aluminum pipe
    so designed as to be easily moved from one spot in
    the f.eld to another in accordance with sun condi-
    tions and to get maximum watering of areas that
    need it without wasting water on places that don't.
    New sources are constantly being t'
    digging of wells and using other mean- I
    underground supplies of water. Deaalina! '"h"
    niquos have been both imported and dev
    new. devices for intercepting storm-water '>-
    reclaiming waste water are constantly b devel-
    oped and applied.
    And when the rains are light or l.f is v
    were this year- Israel is not avers." to
    her cloudseeding with a little prayer.
    Since 1949 Israel's acreage under IrrU '" !' *
    been increased at least six-fold The in! >""1
    75 000 acres to more than 450.000 has mid
    sille for the desert to bloom in very prar
    Israel has not only been able to meet i* -
    needs, but also to export a wide vane- '
    products.
    In fact, one of its important items
    the knowledge n has gained in the d.
    and Utilization of water resources. Its
    water companies Tahai" rtnd 'Mekorot
    eral million dollars worth of contract- s"
    African and Latin Amer.can countries


    L MorchJ^
    +Jeni Page 11-
    Soviet Authorities Designate Day Of Protest
    Success oi initial meeting of the Organizational Counc! o:
    ihe Community Relations Committee is reflected by (left to
    Silberman. GRC chcirman for the Greater
    Federation; Seymour B. Liebman, chairman
    Committee; Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
    lent of Federation; and Joseph H. Kanter, national
    an cl 'he United Jewish Appeal. The emergency
    ling at Temple Israel attracted delegates from 176
    .. .
    Council Formed At
    Emergency Conference ^*T *M* "
    (ContiniM-il from Page I)
    bci :i 'i; "' I '- m pp .'' ins Hi''
    ii ning thai Israi I
    day Mini its arn
    %' tt.
    ii ntly i-
    laf i. .!.) |
    1. v I ".'. st, in
    I |l I 'llllVI
    - .1' w s in th ; SSR In n -
    1 : letti is purport' !-
    ^1 itli n l'> Ji u- m Moscow,
    1" Riga and
    .1. Hi
    : Is- i
    I
    Hovlel .ml hunt ii s oIivIouhI)
    ;ir. iuiii.rii.il ovrr tin- iiupres-
    sii.n th.v.- letter* wad rbarire*
    >l Sn> i. | .i.11---n:it i-in .iri'
    making ahraad. The aotf-birael
    . .inix.ii^n !i:i> r.i. i\. dim-. puMiritN in tiii- two main
    Rovtel papers, uhirh ;ir- wiil.lx
    read ahraadtin KavenHMeafa
    naperf Uveatta, and tin- L'ommu-
    nisi Part* orcaa, Pravda. Sartet
    ,0ntinii' , I ,-ff., i to end any
    , VI .. I ts oi t' i -
    and ..ii |
    tupimit stand of the
    i.-h p* ss and ; ople in pub-
    mj .;. posing the
    East i'i. aident
    npMou historic
    and
    '. I.
    ttrgt that 1 met 1
    ,'..' I.ll s
    I fur-
    I r inci' imbal-
    ,i tin st in favor
    ' I A
    all hi ...i I allow
    rklivfT) of tin
    I t., June,
    1967 ami i i- :.. paid
    i'
    Aal that the 1 ted States
    to suppl) nomk .tnd
    it i.y issisi in I Hi. State
    : Israi I rjual-
    v and quantity I 11 iln and
    arms in

    Brji ff.ii t
    : ted St
    rh the
    '... M Is-
    r i. I ;in.l th<' Arab states with no
    i'i.' indlUoin bj Ither -ni.
    4) insist tn.it U.S. participa-
    lion in til.- to-ealh Big f*o
    talks on tlw Middle blast i* con-
    tinued only s. long as it sped-
    iiis that th. i. i). no imposed
    ttli in. nt imposed upon either
    Israi l or I hi Ai .!> st.it. s.
    Thf Organizational Council,
    which has been fanned to mon
    i ti..-ti\ery mohili c public sup-
    port and com >mi< i is' met for
    th. Stati f Israel o ad
    to secure will
    i ace in th.
    Easl it will !> convi m d
    whi ii ircumxtann ietati that
    cono iii 'I ;i> i ton h Ur Oi
    Miami J.wish community
    rately refleel tin opmlons "i
    Greater Miami's Jewish mem-
    bership organizations or that ;
    need exists t'i mobili the col-
    lective membership ..i ail these
    j.-wish organizations fur action
    nfl communal m.itt. rs.
    South Fl i.i !>.-t. ids
    thr Zionist O :aniz ti in of A
    ill h .lil th "SoD
    fo I i lintici rice a*
    ihe D Hotel Sunda
    ning. April 12 Om ol the '
    lights ol the evening ^i!] be tli
    it. sentation ol the Z< > V's Loul
    B. Brandeis' award to Nathan H
    > Res. i atl n's for 'ho f
    which will Ik- pi
    .ii". are bein<
    22 0 Parl
    \\-.' Miim B
    li-ws have Ih--ii urged to H|M;ik
    out au:iiiist Is.n.l uud /.ionikin.
    :.nl iii.' United states has bean
    attacked us Israel's eMel aap-
    porter.
    1 'ii'' promim nl RussiaYi
    who spike out u;is Aj-on Vi i
    Sovii' I ;
    only Yiddish
    Sovietish H irrrtand. He calli 'l
    Zionism tru pnen-n c Jews
    i" cans it en ites ft iction b< -
    tu.'ii th. m."
    Lt. i ii n i' n nl A. I -i ,i
    in an ai ti Je publish" d Sal i
    thi ii"<-
    "i mj heart I protest t >i-
    I ml icy uf thr Isi ai Ii afl
    ilist, pi' la
    Ii -.. si tbe act I .
    i\ nl th is.- u im are dragging
    peopl ol Israi I into the
    - "i wai." i;. m. Dragunsky,
    i k commander
    ,vas tortured and
    I h. tin Nazis in World
    Wai II. Pp mli r I lolda
    j'h fir.." .'iinl
    Israi ,i D' ii-. Mil istei Mihe
    in that his armies might tx'
    iti d. I shoulil likt to re-
    mind Dayan th.-u the military
    dictionary knows such words
    as di fi i.S' i. 11. .it and flight. It
    :ni'.:ht w r i that the ftrat ii
    Array will have to use them
    -'' tiim ." he wrote.
    A 'I'M'tui ..I military sen nc
    who is appai'ently Jewish, Col
    1 i A ksandi Tsirhn, w rote i
    i/\ itfa, "I'll.' claimB of Zionisi
    l< adi hokttag powi r in T
    A\ i\ that ii.'.. 11 i'i is, ni Jew s i
    I h< v'. holi w '1. in is ;i mean iy
    i sutn 11 siun." He at taj
    thi iln i.i> "i the "axclusivi
    of the Jewish nation wKinjf''
    b Zi ml its,"' and nRetied it I
    actet cone ptl Hi al
    I unswi i \ iiil; So* let
    in thei
    . i Israeli a,
    '.'I SS lull."
    : p\ in. \\ ho t isiti il ll
    - with official
    m in 1968. was q
    Iz\ si i,, as isii Jew i-ti iii|
    in Israel and th.' Unit. I
    Statis "i trying to I I
    truth al out the Si iviet t 'nil
    While I
    .Iiil not ii'ii> that i nl i-Si mil is
    exists in the USSR, the
    said, "Only the rcvolutioi
    ; inly Soviet pow ei oik-i
    cil in them i the Jew si all i
    tu happini ss equal to cit i ti ns
    any other nationality "I o
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    Rabbi :.. \ in \^ is qooted bj I
    vestia as saytng, in refcn ace I
    his American \isit, "THere is i
    iiuiiiii that in itiiin birclea i i
    the thS.A mainly among bi.
    i apltalists and rich Jews,
    would be disadvantageous ii th
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    -Jewish Flor idian
    bsa, Florida Friday. March 6, 1970
    Section I
    Refugees Await Families
    b months ago Ezymon Erllch,
    grebro and hi- lister, Sonla,
    m Poland, arrival In
    la new life for them-
    Cns Th<\ wre among 12 Jew-
    I i .-.. I from Poland.
    I wakia. Morocco and other
    lotriei who were welcomed and1
    ; into Die Greater Miami
    fc-h const
    rTodr gjj m Erllch, Adim
    I threi young
    r nd. are anxioua-
    I "val of their
    I csently in Rome
    J,. ,,.;; soon reunited with
    iem in Miami 5 x months ago,
    needs of these
    Y-, young refuge <*n re ade-
    I I jobs commen-l
    .,,., (riththeii mal back-
    fcwmd, "Tiv i lyptfy ,hp
    i work In
    I ,. M ml Jewish
    \
    of the
    federation. V
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    thai the
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    II .i-A. wen
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    it' urst oi
    anti-Semitism." he stated There |
    .'. i n maaa arrests of students arwl
    ti aehers, but the Jews were singl-
    ed out for special treatment.
    "In Poland, the spontaneous de-
    monstration of .strung pro- Is-a. 1
    sentiment on the pert of Jews
    aftef the Six-Day War brought a
    hostile reaction by the authorities "
    According to Adam, thousand]
    of Polish Jews had b.-en left with
    no choice but to flee the country
    in search Of political freedom and
    economic security,
    "When I lived in Poland I was
    the son of my parents," stated
    Syzxnon F.rlich "Now I am re-
    quired to he independent and self-
    sufficient. But I can now say
    what I want without looking over'
    my shoulder in fear thai 1 will bei
    arrested the next moment."
    Szyxnon, a 21-year ol-l
    conceti pianist, finds hi- new fret
    :,: exhllar I ng H< -
    continuing his i lucati >n b> t-
    i.-: ling Mi N I;. -I iy and
    is pianist in M in B<
    '1 have been hen
    everj ......
    Rome irder t he'.\ ny pan is
    Poland >."
    \ Former 1

    iy for I
    Hi in '"I was Jewish r I
    . | | crsii
    Mian Vi
    Mei i Hospit
    l
    i
    .. their United St a te
    hip pn ..nt Adam i
    Sonla.
    who i ; '
    to-v in Poland I
    their ipi, ialized oh ctivi and
    putting their talents to their
    proper u--
    The Greater Miami .! isl F d -
    ration, ;n coordinating its bene*
    I ii) en rtes ha< tten pted r.<
    make th.- adjustment of these
    three young people in i new coun-
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    in Greater Miami It is simply the
    teed Jewish community get-
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    meet the urgent net is of Jews aj
    home and abroad
    The Jewish Family and Child*
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    point of the reaettlemem process,
    It secures housing, provides coun-
    selling, helps pay bills and ass its
    the i_' families adj isl I their
    new JF&CS h Ips cushion
    Continued on Page 4-B
    Mis. Sidney M. Schwartz, guest speaker at the annuc.
    coffee held by residents of Kennedy House in behalf of ths
    CJA-IEF campaign, is shown with Herman Eaton, chcirmcr.
    of the fund-raising affair which showed an increase of mo:5
    than 100% in contributions over 1969's totals.
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    +Jewist> ncrkli&n
    Miami Beach Hadassah
    Luncheons Scheduled
    Talking over the S100.000 medical center project in Acre,
    Israel, to be sponsored by the Four Freedoms Civic Clubs,
    Inc., are (from left) Phil Sahl, the clubs' executive director;
    Dr. Sol Stein, national executive director of the Israel
    Kistadrut Committee; William R. Steinberg, national presi-
    dent of Four Freedoms and president of the American Radio
    Association, AFL-CIO; and Florida Histadrut director Ed-
    ward Tumaroff.
    Civic Clubs To Sponsor
    Israel Medical Center
    Some 8,000 members of the Four
    ."is Civic Clubs, Inc., a na-
    organization which has its
    h, adquartera In Miami Beach.
    have voted to sponsor a $100,000
    Ac i. Israel, medical center under
    ih< auspices ol the Israel Histad-
    rut Council of Sooth Florida, ac-
    ti rding to an announcement made
    this week by the clubs' executive
    director, Phil Sahl of Miami Beach,
    and Dr. Sol Stein of New York.
    Etl executive director of the
    Histadrut.
    The two-story. 14-room building,
    to be called the Four Freedoms
    ,il Center, will serve the ap-
    proximately 8.000 persons li\ing
    in Acre, one of the world's most
    ;it cil nt sites, located on Israel's
    northern Mediterranean coast.
    Dr. Michael Sossin, pn sident of
    the Israel Histadrut Council of
    South Florida, and Samuel Fein-
    Btetn, board chairman, met with
    rhe project leaders t<> h lp I
    the campaign. Headquarters have
    been established in the Histadrut
    offices at 1 Lincoln IM.. Miami
    Beach, with Edward Tumaroff,
    Histadrut's executive director foi
    Florida, serving as coordinator.
    During his current visit to Is-
    rael, Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary
    chairman of the local Histadrut
    Council and national board chair-
    man of the American Hlstadrul
    IKvelopment Foundation, will sur-
    vey the site in Acre.
    Beach Chapti r of Hadassah, the
    Royal Maccabees Group, will host
    a Purim part) a1 7:30 p.m. Mon-
    rtaj in the All iers n.>\'\ which
    will Ik' open to the public. G lesl
    speaker will Mrs. Jack Wolf-
    stein, an a vice president, and i ii-
    i rtainmi nt will be furnished by
    the Miami Beach Mandolin En-
    semble, with Dr. Samuel Kippel,
    conductor. Allen A. Dworkis, di-
    ll ctor and Sarah Kosowsky, con-
    cert master. Fund-raising vice-
    president and chairman of the day
    Mrs. Molly Habcr, and her co-
    chairman, Mis. Sadie Cohen, are
    u, charg< ol tickets. The group's
    president is Mrs. Morris Triffle-
    man.
    A Youth Aliyah film will be
    shown at the snack luncheon ol
    the Henrietta Scold Group at noon
    Monday In the Algiers Hob I. Mrs
    Solomon Bonaparth will he the
    test speaker. Program chairman
    i- Mi s, Ann Nelnick.
    *
    The Esther Group will have its
    Youth Aliyah luncheon Monday
    noon in the Deauville Hotel. Vo-
    calists Sally Dermer and Ros
    Wellin will entertain, Mrs. Michael
    Feinstein is th. group's president.
    Tmssnrr House Group will haw
    a gala Youth Aliyah luncheon in
    the Beau Rivage Hotel. 9955 Col-
    lins Ave., at noon Tuesday, with
    i ntertainment by Syd Skolsky,
    Show.
    oi. Mis. Leon Ki. Ines .na
    Ikhai I L vine are in charge
    rvations Mrs. N. Monford
    is pri sidi ni
    Mi ml is and li it nds of the
    siiaii'ina Group are invito il to at-
    tend us meeting in the Algiers
    Hotel Tuesday noon, when Mrs.
    Florence Barth will be the gueal
    speaker. Mis. Joseph Rappaporl
    is chairman ol the program, which
    will lc on "Purim Observance."
    Pi-esidi m is Mrs. Irwin Shapiro
    forte Towers Group* Youth
    Aliyah lunchi on will be held in the
    ..\iL.j, is ii i.i at noon Thursday,
    Man h 12. Gui st six aki r will l
    .;,. Ai IhUT Pi ki Ini I A cantata
    v ill br presi nted by Mrs Lo ils
    Goldman, accomi anii tl by ('lga
    Bibor St. rn at thi i Is
    Friday, March 6, 1J
    Wb, Sttth Hr less. Get The I
    Music
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    ' We selected
    for this center
    tone city is now
    tipally by new-
    Acre as the site
    because this his-
    inhabited prin-
    immigrants. Just
    us the members of Four Freidoms
    six' embarking on a new life of re-
    tirement, their counterparts in
    Acre are entering a new life in a
    new nation." Mr. Sahl explained.
    Tile S50.000 to be raised by club
    members to staff the new center
    with four general practitioners, a
    pediatrician, two pharmacists, as
    w< il as nurses and laboratory
    ti clinicians, will I)-' matched by
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    [Temp
    ,le Beth E! Youth To Address Its Brotherhood
    L Broth-Thood of TrmpU-
    l^r iH pn*-n ,hr,,' m''m"
    I n Q-.-.0 a.m. prwRram ,
    TV.- ****** of 'Co'IT.
    kp ,luti..n In Young Th.nk-
    L,. rid Alfred R. Una* W
    I in oh- program mod-
    I ,, r bin Klein ami
    I stw>n, A question and
    | riodWiilfolkW th, p.vs-
    dtior-S.
    r S Conn, who will ***
    t 0,.. A:,..U-an T.,.-
    . a hub. al < hannnaUe
    , National Honor Society,
    I | Debate Club.
    I :, Tempi. Beth Eh
    Lh Group, he H
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    hi A
    Hebrew
    Academy Senior High School. He
    ik a member of tho School Editor's
    Prrss Cojifen-nee. a state runner-
    up in the optimist International
    Oratorical Contest, a TempjieBeth
    Kl Youth Group offkvr. Student
    Government member. Publication
    Society committee member and
    Icachea Hebrew at Temple Beth
    Kl.
    Alfred R. Union, who will dis-
    ciss The Teenager's Responsibil-
    ity to Judaism." attends Hebrew
    Academy High School and is a
    member of the Publication So-
    clety, National Council of Syna-
    gogue Youth. Miami Jewish Youth
    Council and School Editor*! Press
    ( onference.
    (.ula (Chapter Meet?*
    The Geula Chapter of Mizrachi
    Women will hold its regular
    monthly meeting at the Hebrew
    ' Academy of Greater Miami. 2400
    Pme Tree Dr.. Miami Beach, at
    X p.m. Wednesday.
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    Fcge 4-3
    +Jeitffhridter
    Fr'day. March 6,
    *0**>0*0m
    Refugees Await Families
    Continued from Pag* 1-B
    and education in the Unit,,! SI ites
    at Thrifty University*," Aiiam
    hardships of upheaval from said. "My first job was at Tinitt\
    u.- :r native countries. | Supermarket on South Be ch.
    The Jewish Vocational Service which is an education* Ri -itsell. I
    secured employment for them and then worked in a Chinese rest iu
    M;unt Sinai Hospital provided five ant because I couldn't find work
    medical care at its Clinic. in rav own field of bio-chemiatry.
    The YM-YWHA of Greater Now." at least I am able to work
    the 12 families complete their as- in an allied field in my job at the
    similation into the community. University of Miami.
    M:ami o;>ened its facilities to help The loneliness and constant
    "Even before we arrived in the waiting to be reunited with their
    United States, agencies supported parents, is continually on the minds
    ' y American Jews were helping ji these three youn* people. Fed-
    us behind the Iron Curtain." com- oration and Its Constituent agencies
    minted Szymon ErUch. He men- are attempting to ease the lone-
    tioned the importance of the Joint, liness and to cut short the wan-
    Distribution Committee in helping: ing period for the families' reuni-
    keep life alive in Poland. "One notion.
    o! the few centers of Jewish life It is now a quarter of a can-
    tor young people in Poland was the tury since the close of World \\ ar
    3DC jazz band." Ezymon said. "In n when the martyrdom of Jews
    fact, the songs we played were was finally ended stated Mr.
    n stly American rock music and Weiss. "However, the intervening
    rz." 25 years have broughl new tri
    The Immigration and Naturali- :> i .ion Service of the National there were approximately 6,300000
    Council o; Jewish Women, the loc- Jew on the European continent,
    a! cooperating agency of United
    HIAS Service, assisted in pre-
    migration work for several >f the
    families which had distant re'.a-
    i -:>s here.
    Szymon Erlich. Adam and Sonia
    Src-bro today live on Miami Beach.
    .,., ,.. terror Ttv ugh
    our Coml ined Jewish Appe .1 we
    can give a share o! what we have
    to those Jews who have nothing.
    We can help make fear and suf-
    lust words again"
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    freedom and enjoying our com-
    I received my first indoctrination | fort, to realize that being Jewish
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    ontan
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    Mrs. Alfred Stone Is
    Peace Award Recipient j
    Women's American ORT
    Activities Announced
    May
    , March 6. 1970
    Page 5-B
    &
    s. Alexander Gross, chairman of the fust annual Bond-
    IWilh-Israel Festival Luncheon, to be held by the Minachi
    Women Wednesday. March 18 in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    congratulates Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida coordinator of Miz-
    Irachi Women, for being named to receive the Jerusalem
    e Award at the luncheon.
    Mrs. Alfred stone, a national
    leader of the Mizrachl Women and
    coordinator of the Florida Region,
    haa been nam Jerusalem Peace Award in re-
    cognition of her services to Miz-
    rachl Women, the community, and
    Israel. Micha.i Litvak, executive
    director of the Israel Bond or-
    ganization, haa announced.
    The award will be conferred
    upon Mrs. Stone at the first an-
    nual Mizrachl Women Bond-with-
    larael Festival Luncheon, to ink.
    p'are at noon Wedrx sday, March
    IS. in the Fontainebleau Hoti I.
    The luncheon will be held in joint
    sponsorship with t h< Israel Bond
    inization.
    Mi stun,. u ho has served i<
    Floi ida *'" >rdinat r ; Mizi i
    " n for t- n y< ars orj inizi d
    nan f tl chai u I li/i
    nen throughoi i ti stal
    Among rn r mnrn rous n ol
    munal l< adership, she i i -
    < n the board "t thi Sisti rhood "t
    Temple Fmanu-Kl, Technion, and
    tti> National Council, she and Mr,
    Stone are the parents ol four son-..
    Stati S. n Ric hard Stone. Na-
    thaniel. Robert and Benjamin.
    Heading the Bond-With-Israi i
    Festival Luncheon committee is
    Mrs. Alexander Gross, chairman.
    Mrs. l.i onard Rosen is serving as
    chairman of Patron-Hosts. They
    Bn assisted by the president of
    ' aeh of the Mi/raehi chapters ol
    Greater Miami. Including: Mrs. SI-
    North Dade Worm n's Amei in
    has ich duled an auctioi
    uditorium ol the Washine. n
    ral. 699 M. 167th St., N th
    mon April. A viva; Mrs, Rot hen- Miami Bewh- at 8:15 i,m n
    berg, Galil; .Mis Aaron Katz. WrtneaOMy,
    Gcula; Mrs. Herman Shaw, Hadar;
    VIrs, Hyman Kolko, Hatikva; Mrs.
    Ro* Shapiro, Kinneret; Mis.
    Rachel I.. Katz, Miami B. ai hi
    Mrs. Isaac Berlin, Raanana; and
    Mi*. Sol Trachtenberg and Mrs
    Rose Khrenn Ich, Shalom.
    North Shore JWVA Meets
    North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
    N i 677, Jewish War Vet rai
    will hold a meeting in the Wash-
    ington Federal Bank Bldg., 1234
    Washingt< n Ave at 7:30 p.m i n
    \V< dn< sdav,
    The Southwest Chapter has
    nounced plans for its annual fash-
    ion show and dinner at Burdi -
    IVestland at 7:30 p.m. on Wed --
    day. March 18. Proceeds of I le
    i last beef dinner and showing
    spring and summer fashions go to
    U n. fit CRT.
    Heralding the beginning ot I
    organization's spring membei p
    campaign is the showing ol its
    film "The Making ol a Man' n
    ("h. 2 TV, scheduli d for 6:30
    aw March 16.

    amora Sisterhood Schedules Concert
    * .'ias played
    CS in such Broadway
    lys a> Porgy and Bess, Carmen
    I ind Finian Rainbow, will
    f in the first Champagne
    ' : ra Sisti r-
    * ich will I- held in the
    it Za-
    *: A i la hies, at 7 30
    p._Sund
    impagai ,.. ,... h,,,s
    BBvos Kill iu i | .,.., r,
    ippearvd
    locally at the Fontainebleau. Car-
    illon. Seville. den Roc and Deau-
    \ille hotels. In recognition ol Jew-
    ish Muak Month. Rev, Richard S.
    Browdy, cantor, will be master of
    ceremonies and participate in the'
    i stivities.
    The guests will be welcomed by
    Temple Zamora's Rabbi Maxwi li
    Berger, and Mrs. Lean Friedson.
    president ol its Sisterhood Chair-
    man of the event is Mrs. Ros<
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    Mark's Cleaners has a special
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    By PEGGY BEE I
    Si p-standiiig anyone? *n>'
    fun ol RotaS '" ,h' *"* ,0 a
    fund-raising event in standing on
    the hotel stops afterwards wait-
    ing ror the car. That's the time to
    a .. eryont -. After the Parkinson
    ]>:.. some sten-standers were
    lir. and Mi>. Sxl.il Marquit. I..
    M.s. Hamer (the Marquits'
    : and s m-in-law i, Mr. and
    Mrs. Ben RMunond. Mbr. and Mrv
    ll;.rold Friedman. Mn. Flora bevy.
    Mr. and Mrs. Alviii How, Mr. anil
    Mrs. Julian Brill Marilyn was
    very chk in a tailored wool pant
    I ..ink and grey and Mr. and
    Mrs. niinny Stareer. Hop* they
    j,-, by now.
    What a delicious treat! Leila
    and .Mini Mar<-it entertained .1
    vmall group at a dinner party and
    hew that Lci!a can cook! Her
    mushroom hors d'oeuvres are a
    gournx t's light. Helen and si
    Wiiiim 1 si 1 In were there and it
    was n.xxi to see Helen ac.iin. Helen
    and I were callage mates just a
    few short years ago. .Believe that
    one if you want to). line and N'ano> and Hank Orson
    wen also then Nancj and Hank
    r 1 .. have "Scnm tgl That's a
    c ,v between a schnauzer and a
    beagle. Nol too manj people ha\-
    the-.
    Anyon who was "with it" would
    v 11 n d and hite to a
    \ alentini Pat t> 1 got as far as
    t whiti ha : 1 alenl iin Is bt t-
    1 than on. Al 1 groo\. V'al-
    . tin. Partj 1 he "with
    i>-' wen Harriet and Fred Hagal.
    Harriet glowed in a red and white
    pants outfit with peplunis on the
    sidi i: you know what those an
    you're older than you admit. 1 sue
    and Alan Cohen. Sandra ami Al
    Vtener, (you wouldn't have believ-
    ed Al's orange plaid pants and
    neckerchief 1 Hatane and Hnrraj
    Dobbin. I .eta and Bi> Oarvetti
    Lois and llerh Sol>el. I^ois and Kd
    Kill.iii !.! was with it in a red
    arid white shut 1 Kieky and Ted
    Marks. Marvin and Bather Can-
    tor, Kileen and Herb lllrseh. and
    Teilili and \ort> SogaL
    Two more achievers in the field
    cf matrimonj are Enuna and Saul
    Von /ainft. who celebrated their
    .'.".tii wedding anniversary with a
    small 'intimate"' group ol 100
    people. Among these handing out
    the m< dais were Sylvia and Mor-
    ns Herman I their son is at Bran-
    dels I Bella and Leonard Herman.
    I red and Adele Stone. Bunn> and
    Man Miehaelson. Anita and Ed.
    < ohen, Barbara and Bob /.immett.
    Sonia and Bill Weissman. and
    Muni and Phil Seaiff. Know every-
    o was listening to Emma and
    Saul give their sage advice.
    ShadV s of c;> orge and Martha'
    At the costume party given by
    Arthur and Carol ComMmmb, Geor-.
    and Martha would have really
    been proud of their fellow country-
    men. Arthur was the picture of a
    true member of George's caMm I
    in a brocaaV coat with a lace Jabot
    and of course, a powdered wig.
    Carol had on .. Colonial hall gown
    wedgewood blue trimmed with
    Harriet and tarry Singer
    were there and Larry gave Peas
    Parker a turn in his .. -nan
    outfit r.pi.te with buckskin Jachi <
    v ith fringe and a coonakln cap
    Others there were Mr. and Mrs.
    Morris I.aiidsl.urgb. Mr. an i Mrs.
    lot Kantor. Jack and Dolores
    < oinMion. and Mr. and Mrs. I!..
    berl Blum.
    Ia\ Kislak was a hit in his
    Pn :ich court costume of blue bro-
    cade embroidered with sequins and
    - pancake hat with the werj
    long feather. Even the band joined
    in the fun. They all wort- powder-
    .' wigs and the blue eoats of the
    Minutemen." That's patriotism.
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    Rcbbi Irving Lehrman serves as ihe clasp
    binding the "chain" in a ceremony of tribute
    based on "The Golden Chain oi Pearls" with
    each pearl representing a Woman of Valor
    a past presidentat the 30;h anniversary
    luncheon held by Temple Emanu-El's Sister-
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    Ian. Mr. George Goldberg. Mrs.
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    auction Sunla Martin 15 a] the
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    sa! Bl 7 .''> \ m All proa da ol
    thr s p.ni auction, ol which Mrs.
    ,. .i (tordon is chad man, go to
    i w Medical Tgai Is ition.
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    Commiaaioncr AthaUi Rang) la
    '. be Hi- gm t1 S|h ak< i for tii.
    10 p.m. Monday n* Ptlng ol th<
    l-l-:inor Rooavwll Group in Ihe
    Mar-Lcn Auditorium, North Mi-
    ami R< ach
    Dr. Wait. > Saclb n will ip. ak il
    the lunch'.it: in.', tiny of the Torak
    (.i.iiil) in tin' Knights of Pythias
    Hall. 01 W. Plafder S1 at noon
    Monday
    Brih Torah Sisterhood
    1'urim Carnival-Bazaar
    The annual Purim Carnival and
    ltazaar sponsoi .i by the Mollii
    Ivahaner Sisterhood "i Beth Torah
    Congregation will !>< h.l.l on the
    temple grounds Friday. March 27.
    Saturday evening, March 28
    ..> March 29
    The entin eommunitj is invited
    t participate in this family event
    - v 11 ii activities planned foi young-
    -.it all .-11:- In addition ti ex-
    ;t ii : 11 eshment booths,
    ..ii.i merch mriisc bai. lins an add-
    . d fc iture Mill i i White Kli -
    i hant and Rummage Sale Ti. ki i
    i .oka w ith :i special 21' discount
    will be on Bale from Mai B-26
    Clothes for the InJii iJual
    Through the efforts of the Torah Group at
    the Minyonaires Temple, funds were gath-
    ered for a patient's room in the Moshe
    Sharette Institute of Oncology, part of the
    Hadassah medical complex at Ein Karem,
    Jerusalem. Al the presentation, which took
    Scholarship Luncheon Set
    The Miami Chapter, Women's
    Division of the American Societ)
    . 'i Technion will pn sent it- initial
    i holarship luncheon al Kit
    r..i> Y.u lit and Countrj Club Pri-
    March 13, at 11 10 a m. < iui si
    iker ill I* Joseph I Yanich;
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    will benefit stud, nts at tni Israel
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    and Mrs. Albert Friedman.
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    Friday, March 6,
    HHT'
    Patricia Grant, Dr. Hoivard R. Cohen
    Are United In New York Ceremonies I

    AWS. HOWARD COHEN
    is in residency training in radiolo-
    try at New York University Med-
    ical Center.
    The bride selected a white silk
    |nrsey accordion pleated jumpsuit
    with"a high neckline and bishop
    sleeves for hi r wedding. Her luted
    bodice was accented with beaded
    Is and a matching bead and
    ieai-1 hi ad-band held her long veil
    l silk Illusion. She carried a cas-
    . tde ol white camellias, variegated
    Ivy and lily uf ,lu' valley,
    ml was given In marriage by her
    . ,thi i. \ Ice pn iidenl of the Ma a-
    s for Industry division ol
    < owles Communications, Inc.
    The bride's sister. Mrs. Michael
    2. Straus, and the groom's sister,
    .Martin Mayer, wno were her
    attendants, wore apricot silk jer-
    sey jumpsuits. Michael J. Straus
    served as best man. Martin Mayer
    ushered.
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    MKS. JACK DOBKINICK
    Stewardess Jacqueline Weintraub
    Becomes Jack Dobrinick's Bride
    Jacqueline Weintraub oecame ( bridesmaids Lori Weintraub
    Jack Dobrinick's bride Saturday. ; Dobi inick. Robin Bonomo and C
    Feb. 28. in 7:30 p.m. ceremonies Pettengill. Richard Copone
    conducted bv Judge Arthur I. Sny- best man: Gary Gleicner, Al
    ,l,r in the Pla/a Hotel. Miami Gleicher. Joseph Boimnio ;
    Beach. The nuptials were followed i Rcnald Albrecht ushered,
    hv a reception at the hotel for the j Mr. and Mrs. Dohrinick will in
    \r Forestalls. \Y -,.,,.
    ' ins then hom v p
    A stewai li ss for Northeast Air- f
    Hi s, :.. bride, whose parents are
    Don W Intraub, 555
    N!- leisi si North Miami Beach, Mizraelii Uiapten
    is a ite ol North Miami Tf-U-.t- fo inr
    - High Scl I Miami- "F"* \ A,M' Lon
    md Is a past Two chapters
    Phi Beta : wror- Orgarizat,
    It, while she wa yed as vvl" "' ""' "''
    oi high fashion clothes bj Beach Auditoriun S \,.
    Ian Mars ol the pic- "' "jeer! to I
    res she had posed tor were fea- W violnisl Jos
    tured ta ,he Womei Section ol d the Miami i.
    Sell
    : ttricia Beth Grant, daughter
    ( lr. and Mrs. Howard B. Grant '
    o; Larchmont. N.Y.. and grand-
    dl .rhter of Mrs. Harry Magid,
    1250 West Aw.. Miami Beach, and
    the late Mr. Magid. became the
    bride of Dr. Howard Roy Cohen in ;
    c- -monies held at the Hampshire
    Cc -ntry Club, Mamaroneck. N.Y.. I
    Sat-onlay evening. Feb. 28. Rabbi ,
    Arcnld G. Kaiman and Cantor Kd- j
    ward Graham of Larchmont Tern- ;
    pie officiated at the 7 p.m. rites, '
    Which were followed by a recep-
    ticn at the club.
    A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of
    Buntat College, the bride, who re-
    ceived her Master's degree from
    Stanford University, is serving as
    s =oeech pathologist in Columbia !
    University's Child Development j
    Research Program. Her husband.
    I son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward L.
    I en of Squirrel Hill. Pa., gradu-
    II i from Washington and Jeffer- <,
    so: College and the University of
    burgh School of Medicine. He j
    Linda Glueckauf
    And Barry Marder
    m
    Married at Temple
    Linda Glueckauf ami Barry
    dei were married at Temple
    , Sh lorn Saturday. Feb. 28.
    After a wedding trip to Aspen,
    i'olo.. San Francisco and Los An-
    geles, Calif., the couple will be at
    home in New York City.
    Mrs. Rosen Host Of
    Mother Daughter
    Journal Luncheon
    Mrs. Leonard Rosen will serve
    as hostess for the Hebrew Acad-
    emy Women's annual Mother and
    :--c, .-".:
    Rabbi To Review Book
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
    present a review of a current best
    Crimson Room of Temple Me-
    norah, 7435 Carlyle Ave., Miami
    Beach, after a coffee hour at 12:30
    p.m. Chairmen are Mrs. E. H.
    Schuman and Mrs. J. Glushakow.
    Luncheon, Card Party
    Lincoln Chapter 1288. B'nai
    B'rith Women, will hold its lunch-
    eon and card party at noon on
    Wednesday in the Lower Lobby
    Club Room of 100 Lincoln Rd.
    the Miami Herald
    (irchestra, under th
    Barm u Br skin.
    Members of the Galil
    North Miami Beach
    The bridegroom, son ol Mr. ami
    Mrs. John Dohrinick of College
    : Point. NY., graduated from Nas-
    sau College, L.I.. N.Y.. served two Chapter <>! Miami B. a< h art
    years in the U.S. Army, where he big tickets which, n
    was in the Military Police, and is advance, entitle thi
    ' presently active on Wall Street, refreshment! and a chat with
    The bride selected a gown with : artists after the com
    I long lace sleeves and satin skirt Chapter president Mrs A
    1 topped with a high-necked, beaded j Katz has named Mrs. Edkh
    bodice. She carried a bouquet of j chairman of its ticket s,W;
    Chapters president. Mrs. Mat
    ; white orchids and white roses. thpnberg has digrmt.-i Mrs
    The bridal attendants included j pennis as the North Miami
    ' Vieki Weintraub. maid of honor; ; contingent's concert chairman.
    Wflgiw
    MRS. LtONARD KOStN
    Daughter Journal Luncheon at
    noon Wednesday.
    Mrs. Murray Berkowltz and her
    daughter. Robin, a student at the
    Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
    ami, will be the honorees at the
    mm. iA**r majtmr
    RabU Leon Kronish officiated at
    t~ 6 pm. ceremonies, which were
    I c." awed bj' a reception at home.
    The bride, daughter of Dr. and
    Mrs. Lewis Glueckauf. 5839 N.
    Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, is a gradu-
    ate of Miami Beach Senior High
    School and the University of Wls-
    c-i.-jiin. Her husband, the son of
    Mr. end Mrs. Marty Marder. 1643
    S. Treasure Dr.. Miami Beach, was
    a -:tudent at Mianv. Beach Senior
    H't**i School before becoming an
    entertainer.
    Handee Rapport served as the
    maM of honor; Herstiel Pearl was
    th* best man.
    Mr. and Mrs. Marder will be
    rraJdng their home in Las Vegas,
    N-v.
    luncheon, which is to be held in
    the Rosen home. 10010 W. Broad-
    view Dr.. Bay Harbor Islands. A
    special highlight of the afternoon
    ] will be Melony's Wardrobe Fash-
    ions, modeled by Hebrew Academy
    students.
    Mrs. Rosen is past president and
    chairman of the board of the He-
    brew Academy Women, who sup-
    port the scholarship and building
    programs of the Hebrew Academy
    o( Greater Miami. The luncheon
    is one of the social highlights of
    the Hebrew Academy Women's ac-
    tivities, which this year have" pro-
    duced record sums for the largest
    Hebrew day school in the South.
    Mrs. Rosen, whose husband is
    chairman of the board of the He-
    brew Academy, is also an active
    leader for th* Combined Jewish
    Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
    has also served as chesnnan of the
    women's division o* Israel Bonds.
    PASSBOOK
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    daily and earned
    from day of deposit
    to day of withdrawal.
    And in time you'll
    White Elephant Sale
    Mr*. Nathan Wetosman-tttll be
    the auctioneer f the' White Ele-
    phant Sale which will be the main
    attraction at the Purim meeting
    of the Galil Chapter of the Mlz-
    rachi Women's Organization Tues-
    day at 8 p.m. in the social hall of
    Young Israel of Greater Miami.
    990 NE 171st St. Mrs. Max Ro-
    thenberg is the chapter's presi-
    dent; Mrs. Martha Zemel is pro-
    gram chairman.
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    I Be ha Idefcww Oub
    [gets Purim Luncheon
    i, Club "i Pto-
    I ,,,,,,,- ,.. hold Its March
    . | sda) m the
    I Wad F a1 n N,,r-
    I _..,..,. p, with Farmy Gibson.
    | residing.
    I T!i' chapter will bold a Purim
    liinchron with traditional goodies
    [t noon Sunday, March 22, in the
    LfcJAire Hotel, 6515 Collins Avc,
    Uiami Beach. Mrs Gusate Marko-
    uti has been selected as Queen
    Fslher.
    Silvermans Celebrate
    Golden Anniversary
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silverman.
    5313 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach,
    celebrated their Golden Wedding
    Anniversary Saturday, Feh. 28. at
    the Algiers Hotel, with Kibui Eu-
    u< ne Lahovit/ officiating.
    The Siiv. rmana, who came hen
    ;5 years ago from Philadelphia,
    Pa., are active members ol Templi
    N i T imld w here he Is a trustee,
    and ahx la board : mber of t h>
    Sisterhood Mr Si erman is
    retired, is a
    : irder
    I': i ndi and rm mb rs of the
    family i imi fron Pennsj I
    end I'- to help the
    Silvermara celebrati the oci ision
    Ava's Engagement Being Announced By The Gardners
    Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner
    of Silver Spring, Maryland an-
    nounce* the engagement of their
    Purim Ball-Carnival Sel
    A "Purim Ball and Carnival"
    'fun ni;ht' will be sponsored by
    the Forte Towers Group of Ha-
    dassah at 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
    March 21. in the Hibiscus Audi-
    torium, 10th Street and Alton daughter. Ava Lee, to Stephen M.
    Road Music. dancm*. masquerade <'-<>ld-vi'''n son. of Mr. and Mrs.
    Abe Goldstein and grandson of
    MISS AVA GARDNER
    and pri/es will be featured. Chair-
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kstomin of
    ; man is Gertrude Cetron; Marion ; _
    i oma River. New Jersey. Ava is
    Wilson in cochaicman. Sylvia-Dan- j the Krandaughter of Mrs. Sally
    I 7iK in president -of the group. I Gardner of Miami Beach, Florida
    and the lat Mrs. F.thel Shochet of
    Miami. Florida.
    Tli.' bride-elect will receive a
    B.S. degrei li textiles and clothing
    from the University of Connect i-
    ul in 1971. She is secretary of
    Phi U\ ail hi i imieron Sigma sorori-
    ty, was awarded the 1970 award
    ol P..... Il< nil Council ol tin
    i in nnectic it for high
    m nt. on i
    1st and >'v cutive
    I
    i Ava : I
    . M.S : D ll
    i clothing.
    Mr. Goldstein will receive the
    B.S. degree In computed science
    'from the University of Connecti-
    ' cut in 1970. Stephen is a member
    ' ol Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Tau
    i Delta Sigma and Hilicl and is on
    ! the I) nn's list.
    St< phew plans to attend gl*du-
    ati school ai 'i obtain both hn
    M.S 'l I l' D degi i in com-
    I lutet '- ii in .
    An msasi be
    | Stephen
    at t
    21sl
    Susan Caryl Goldberg
    lii.rry Howard Hush
    To Marry In August
    Mi ind Mi s, M irtin Goldberg,
    6 S\V lllth St.. announce the
    nga.zement of their daughter,
    Susan Caryl, to Barry Howard
    Bush, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Louis Bush of 8271 SW 87th T.r.
    The bride-elect is a junior at the
    University of Tennessee in Knox-
    ville, Tcnn.; her fiance will grad-
    uate in June from the University
    ( Georgia. Athens. Ga.
    The couple is planning an Au-
    gust wedding'.
    Bo llo-t Reception
    In Honor Ol Pianist
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    host a rvcepti
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    baturdaj evening, iviaicn ". whicn
    >,!..>,.> liii cut Lot temple Betn
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    sei ti s.
    Mrs. David bunker is chairman
    I .if tne tempi*.'a i'uu Arts Commit-
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    I Knopke are cochairmcn. Associate
    ; chairmen include Mr. and Mrs.
    ! Arthur Courshon. Mr. and Mrs.
    I Jack Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    I Gordon. Mrs. Meyer Kotler and
    ! Martin Stciner.
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    Frtday, March 6,
    Toookeg Honored By Sisterhood At Aimiial LuiHlleoi
    Book reviewers Kelene Lipinsky and Blanche Brass, center.
    E iscuss tlie book review luncheon to be given by the Sister-
    hood of Beth David Congregation Wednesday at 11 a.m.
    in the audiiorium at Beth David South. 7500 SW 120th St..
    vith Mrs. Joseph Tanenbaum 'left) and Mrs. Norman Sholk,
    who are cochairmen of the affair. The well-known perform-
    ers, whose vivid characterizations bring the plots of books
    ney review to life, will dramatize Sylvia Rothchild's "Sun-
    shine and Salt."
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    ShowingSale Of (ifts
    ii you like the unusual. Friday,
    March 13, Is the date tor the
    showing of original gifts by Hou-
    tique at the open board meeting
    'ip i held by the Women's Cancer
    league iii the Corinthian Apart-
    ments. Be the guests of the League
    for coffee ami Danish; and stay
    For the 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. show-
    ing and sali' of Jewelry items.
    Everything must go.
    The Mollie Kahancr Sisterhood
    i! Beth Torah Congregation will
    follow a precedent se1 last year by
    honoring another of Its beloved
    teachers, Mrs. i.iiiian Steinfink, at
    Its annual Torah Fund Luncheon,
    'me event will take place at nooi
    Tuesday, March 24, in the -
    haittrt Brth TWah.
    Mrs Steinfink who has taught
    loth remedial and regular Hi brew
    11 Beth Torah for the peal t< n
    years, also teaches adult Yiddish
    i-Iasscs. The granddaughter ol a
    rabbi, she was one ol six children
    In a traditionally close-knit Ji-wish
    family on New York's lower East
    Side, she recalls sitting on her
    grandfather's knee as she learned
    her lirsi words and prayers in
    Hebrew. The tradition of culture
    and learning she absorbed was the
    Lorher Chapter Meets
    The Lorher Chapter of the Chil-
    dren's Asthma Research Instil ite
    and Hospital at Denver will hold
    its regular meeting al n a.m. on
    Tuesdaj in the Sweden House Res-
    taurant on South Dixie Highway.
    Guest s|>eaker Joseph Yanich will
    description of his personal
    observations of Jewish lit<' In the
    ' Union, and Illustrate his
    talk with slides. Mrs Anshel R ick-
    off is programming vice president
    deciding factor in hrr choice of a
    life wm k
    Ii will b a ri al day tl Beth
    Torah, as the devoted teacher is
    honored in the presi nee ol her
    husband. Max. daught< rs Shi lley
    i- ,i Gall, hei son-in-law, Bruce,
    and graadchildreji Irwin and Mi-
    chelle. Thi crowning touch t" her
    i. d-li tter da* will be providi d by
    special guest, howi ver
    Stelnfink's stepfather, Louis Ro-
    ii n, is bringing her adored mother,
    Rose, down from New York for
    ih< occasion.
    Mrs. George Goodman is chair-
    man of the ai nual luncheon, pro-
    ceeds of which go to the annual
    Corah campaign of the Jewish
    Theologic d Seminary of America.
    Reservations maj be made by call-
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    9-Je^lsHhrk/ian
    Friday. March 6. J9
    Ban MUyo&U
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    JEFFRtY**FROrc crush at the synagogue, a Kiddush
    Jeffrey the son of Mr. and Mrs. will be held at the Finkelsteins'
    Jakt Fioug. 8501 SW 89th Ct.. tome for close friends and family.
    will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at He will also be honored by his
    Sat bath morning ser\ices conduct- parents at a party Saturday night
    ed by Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro at the Seville Hotel.
    Saturday. March 7. at Temple Among the honored guests will
    a n. be Mrs. Gittel Fishbein. the cele-
    t rant's great-grandmother, and
    A reception will be held in the ,,is grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
    temple Saturday, at which the ^^ Fishbein. and Mr. and Mrs
    crlebrant will tx honored by rela- A|x, Finkclstein.
    i..- :: nds.
    * HENRY ZILBERBERG
    -1>A\ WAAS Henry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    . S 1 Landau and Car.tor Sol Zilberberg. 8541 SW .'1st St.,
    : officiate at wj] become Bar Mitzvah at T--
    in Beth David Syna- pie Or Olom Saturday momii
    i | S rning, March 7, March 7.
    Will nrtlllflta SasasrVsas MH.sCr.fi.fc.rj Howard Vi-.fc.rf
    laughtei Mr. and
    - Maxwell Waas. 337 SW 29th
    R -a.: -. :: Bat
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    tl Jui ':l:S:\ School
    its bar.: S
    A native of Cuba. Henry, who is
    > \< nth gra'. stud< nt ''' Bt
    Miami Junior Hitrh School, has
    : in Miami nine years.
    Thv Orv g Shabbat following the
    Fridav night services as well as
    . the Kiddush in the temple follow-
    mathematJcs. "8 *he services on Saturday and
    , a reception at Temple Beth David
    Among the relatives and friends 5^,^. njt,ht will ^ hosted bv
    who will be present for the cele- Her.r-.s"parents in his honor,
    fcration are her grandparents. Mrs.
    C Waas ar.d Mr. and Mrs H J.
    The list ci honored guests will
    include the celebrant's rr.aternal
    S| I. ar.d several great aunts
    melee from Pennsylvania, grandmother Mrs. Maria salt*.
    New Jersey, and London. England.
    MARK FINKELSTEIN
    and cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Isador
    Antarsh. Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fox.
    Mr. and Mrs. David Waksman.
    Mr. and Mrs. Gregory' Waksman
    Mark Jay. the son of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Konski.
    Mrs Robert Finkelstein. 901 N'E ...
    179th T n\. will be Bar Mitzvah
    at Young Israel of Greater Miami
    Saturday. March 7. in ceremonies
    at which Rabbi Naftali Porueh
    will officiate.
    Mark is a student at John F.
    HOWARD YINEBEBC
    Saturday morning. March 7. at
    Temple Fmanu-El. Howard Frank,
    the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
    Vineberg. will be Bar Mitzvah.
    Howard, a seventh grade stu-
    Kenncdy Junior High School. He dent at Nautilus Junior Hieh
    'xeills in sports and has won a School, plays violin :n the school's
    rumber of trophies and awards. orchestra.
    Following the services and Kid- The celebrant will be honored
    ;. a Kiddush hosted by his par-
    ents in the Friedland Ballroom
    immediately following the worship
    M rvicis.
    Attending the festivities will be
    How aid's grandparents. Mr. and
    Airs. Max Ml lamed and Mr. and
    Mrs. Hyman Vineberg.
    *
    SENA BARON
    Sena Kim. .'.aught, r of Mr. and
    Mis. Irvvin Baron, will celebrate
    her Bat Mitzvah at Congregation
    Beth Torah Friday evening,
    March 6.
    spending 1 for the
    I'.S.Y.. S^na. who has been a stu-
    dent of thi Harold Wolk Religious
    School for two years, attends John
    r Kennedy Junior Hich School,
    v h- re she is a reporter for the
    school newspaper.
    a
    LARRY DIAMOND
    Larry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Jack Diamond, will become Bir
    Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
    tion Saturday morning, March 7.
    Larry is a student at John F
    Kennedy Junior High School and
    attends the Harold Wolk Relig-
    ious School of Beth Torah.
    MBL PLOTK1N
    Saturday. March 7. at Beth
    Torah Congregation. Neil, the son
    ,.i Mrs. Paula Plotkin. will cele- 1
    b ate his Bar Mitzvah.
    A student at Beth Torah's Har- j
    old Wolk Rengious School. Neil
    attends John F. Kennedy Junior .
    Hieh School.
    SAIL I LI.MAV
    In an afternoon service to be
    h- Id at Beth Torah Congregation
    on Saturday, March 7. Saul, the
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 111-
    man, will become Har Mitzvah.
    s.i attends the Harold Wolk
    Religio School at Both Torah.
    and is a Student at the John F.
    Kenni dy Junior High School.
    Luncheon Set
    The Miami Beach Chaptet J
    mens Division of the a.d
    Technion Sccietj planlnV
    di.nual luiKh<<,,i honoring J
    Members ami Life Ti 1 tea J
    Thursday. March 12, at
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    well-known singer.
    The Womens Dtvtel
    sponsorships for stud, nts to
    tend the Technion. Israel in
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    Mrs. Max Kei n is pn s|, m. \J
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    . LaWience Singer, Mrs. Harvey Salomon. Mrs. Allan
    -" omon. and Mrs. Barbara Rado. the reservations com-
    _jttM are ready with the tickets for the annual Donor
    i-heon being held by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
    V. Msday, Maich 18. at the Sheraton Four Ambassadors.
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    Behind Mrs. Zelda K. Thau, president of the Miami Beach
    Chapter of Hadassah. and Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. president
    c! the Florida Region of Hadassah. as they stand on the
    roof of Mount Scopus Hospital, which was returned to the
    Hadassah afler the Six-Day War. the Old City cf Jerusalem
    is visible. The two were among the 24 Hadassah regional
    presidents who were present for the dedication of new
    wings of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center
    in Jerusclem which had been built through the generosity
    of the U.S. government, which granted SI million for their
    construction. Before going to Israel, the region presidents
    crd "Big 10" chapter presidents had attended the Mid-
    Winter Conference in New York.
    Featured in the mu*ic festival to be held in
    the Miami Beach Auditorium Saturday eve-
    ning. April 4, under the sponsorship of
    Lubavitch, will be the internationally known
    Services Held For
    Eli Hurwitz, CPA
    Eli Hurwitz, 60, ol 112 A vita Ct
    I 'oral (', ihli -. a c< rl ifi< >1 public
    11 ountant who had i n a I >nd<
    County residi t fo 25 years lied
    day
    Mr Ilurvit/, who v in
    many professional and civic or-
    i rmber ol the
    '.....'I of ro\! n< is of thi Florida
    I -in il f O mil..! Public Ac-
    tHIlls .,) '. paSl !'!' Mil. -it ..i
    th) Lnstituti Dade chapti r
    F< idcnl ol thi Coral
    Gables J< wish Confer, now called
    ivas national
    con : vocational m i ici
    lor B'nai B'i ith ind past \ resident
    nf its Shol< m U dge and South
    Florida Council He was In isurcr
    ':..;:. >l Miami's Hillcl
    Foundation .i.".) founder and pn si-
    dent of Pace College's Peninsular
    lnstituti I >i\ ision.
    Mr. Hurwitz is survived by his
    wife, Sylvia; a son. U.S. Army
    Maj. Martin Hurwitz, and a ilaugh-
    r, Mis Marilyn Shapo.
    Si i vices were hekl Mondaj al
    Ti mple Zamora, ith I'.:* i i
    Memorial Chapel in charge In-
    terment followed m Mount Nebo
    C< mctery.
    Chass.dic Singers, Eli Lipskar and Cantor
    Shmuel Heber of St. Louis. The evening' *
    program will be the first Chassidic musica.
    presentation of its kind in the Southeast.
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    * North Branch Building. 727 77th St. Miami Beach.
    noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. March 15. Reading bom
    j-nght are (top) Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mis. Morris Bicky.
    M V<3n Dreher and Mx&- Harold Brooks; (bottom) Mrs.
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    Workmen's Circle
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    .Jewish musical har-Niv. is part of a nation-wide
    the tour under the auspices of the
    Mi- Farbnnd-I.Z i >. and Workmen's
    Circle which has for more than 40
    vears brought the best of Yiddish
    theatir and concert art into Jew-
    ish communities in the United
    States ar.d Canada.
    Academy of Greater
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    Th" committee in Charge of the
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    Harry SchuMiner, Hymar, Simon,
    i Sam I.evine. Aaron Mnnes and
    : Max Grenlx rg, of Workmen's
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    Scholarship Ball
    Chairmen Named
    Dr. Louis Schwartzman, executive director
    c! the Bureau of Jewish Education, extends
    greetings in its behalf to officers of the
    Council of Jewish Congregational Pre-School
    Teachers and lecturers at an all-day seminar
    on "Innovations in the Prc-School Program"
    held recently at Beth David Congregation.
    From left are Mrs. Rose Comm, treasurer;
    Mrs. Emily Grunwold. corresponding secre-
    tary; Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. honorary presi-
    dent; Dr. Schwartzman, Dr. Erwin Lesser:
    Mrs. Sim Lesser, recording secretary; Mrs.
    Ruth Penick, vice president; Dr. Donna Strick-
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    Brandeis President
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    mom hly meeting in the v. -
    ton Fi .' Auditiirium al 12 1
    v. ; n A\e., Miami B -h, at
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    Friday, March 6, ]o
    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    They Will Return To Judaism
    f
    t.w
    KIHTOK. Thr Jewish Iloriilian:
    I have always enjoyed reading
    Kdward Cohen's column, in the
    ."wish Floridian, t > 11 neyw morr
    man -in his nrtOT "Mil*?** rise of
    the New Left and t H- involvement
    ipporl in ii. Hi our Jew-
    ish students and Intellectuals in it.
    Do you remember the "Frei-
    ln It," the Yiddish organ of the
    American Communist Party, and
    how many of our Jewish youth
    and older people were influenced
    iis Ideology? Perhaps is was
    ;. hi e i xcusablc then.
    However, even at thai time the
    Haitian VII* Now
    Playing In Grove
    Barry Morse heads one of the
    largest casts i ver assembled in the
    Coconut Grove Playhouse produc-
    tion of "'Hadrian VII" which
    opened this week. The actor,
    whose face became familiar to the
    American TV' audience through
    bis appearances as "Lt. Gerard"
    in the long run of 'The Fugitive''
    made his mark on the English
    stage long ago when he played the
    title role of "Henry V" in honor
    of the coronation of King George
    VI and Queen Kli/.abcth.
    In the major supporting roles
    re Thomas Huisinger, Thomas
    Barbour and Robert Hewitt. Syd-
    ney Sturgess, Monroe Arnold.
    Marie Paxton, Ohct London. Rex
    Thompson, Ni il Fitzgerald, Grant
    Walden and Joseph Boley round
    out the cast.
    inherent hostility of the Soviet
    ,. i towai i!s the Jew Ish people
    a as becomini- r-vidont. Stalin's eon- !
    ,vi>t .>; th Jews as a cosmopoli-
    tan pedple without roots, the l liqui-
    dation of many of the Jewish unci-
    als during the various purg1 s-
    the Intermittent incitements
    ngainst the Jews In different pans
    of the country, and finally, the pol-
    :e> i l: by fore d assimilation, prove that
    their claims of international and
    cl lism is only a facade to mask
    their basic imperialistic objectives
    ii the world ol rcalpolitic. It
    mould be clear thai their charge?
    if colonial exploitation, imperial-
    ism, etc.. on the part ol Israel.
    have as much t" do with the truth.
    as the term Nationalist Socialist
    used by Hitler had to do with
    socialism,
    Edward Cohen briefly and ac-
    curately described the elder states-
    men and pioneers of Israel, and
    points out that in their youth
    they were the great spokesmen for
    racial change.
    Edmund Wilson, in his hook. "To ;
    The Finland Station" says that j
    the Jews have always been im- !
    bued with a strong sense of social
    justice, are always in the van-
    guard in the struggle against
    poverty and oppression, and that
    this is due to the influence of the
    teachings of the Prophets.
    Now the picture is not altogeth-
    er black. There is a resurgence ol
    J' W ish youth, and I may add.
    .Tews of all ages, to Judaism.
    \Vh( re 'hero is Ii idi rship that
    can link up our ti achings, tradi-
    rlons, our way of life i;'-
    o.ohleir.s of today, we find 0U1
    vauth avid and willing to b.
    part of the social scene, and y '
    maintain in Its strongesl form
    tru n Jewish Identity.
    When I see the di dication ol out
    younger people, who are working,
    whether on a full time or volun-
    tary b.-sis, for the l^T'1 CJA drive,
    the work of the' Bureau ol Jewish
    Education to dev< lop programs
    compatible with the Inti n sts of
    our Jewish youth, the influx of our
    younger generation Into the
    Rogues, where Rabbis do take up
    the basic social problems of today,
    I know that the future and con-
    tinuity of Judaism are assured
    Just as the great) si numbei ol
    the old left ol the 30*8 and -10's lx-
    came disillusioned in the past, so
    the majority of the New Left will
    come to see the duplicity and neo-
    fascism of the Black Panthers and
    other groups that are so viciously
    anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. They
    will return to Judaism, as so many
    ot the older generation did before
    them.
    HERMAN KIIRI.K II
    /
    Mayor Tedciy Koilek cf Jerusalem presents a copy of ha
    book. "Jerusalem. Sacred City of Mankind." to Rabbi Mcx-I
    well Berqer of Temple Zamora at a meeting in his off::e|
    in Jerusalem. Thp two discussed the dedication pilarimajel
    tour to Israel of the Miami Friends of Shaare Zedek Hos-
    pital, which will be made in May. (Rabbi Berger heads tit
    Florida board for the American Committee for Shaare Zecet
    Hospital. Southeast Region, which has offices at 605 U--
    colri Rd., Miami Beach.) The oldest charitable hospital -I
    Israel, Shaare Zedek, with nearly a century of service to
    the community, has a cardiac center, complete eye clinic, j
    emergency and geriatric care program.
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    is registered with the Florida Deportment of Education
    has adequate facilities for teaching, library studies,
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    gives the freedom to teach and the freedom to learn
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    will help the students to conduct themselves as ladies
    and gentlemen
    charges moderate tuition feesS35 to S55 per month,
    depending on grade and number of students from the
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    offers parents' participation in all major policy decisions
    provides transportation and after-school care when needed
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    Mcrch 6, 1970
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    Page 3-C
    piano Team Presents Last
    Concert In Showcase Series
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    Rumania
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    few fir" pn ;
    Rational ''
    xiicahiilary. your attitudes, your
    \alues." will ho thr topic covered
    ! I)r Km.aid Shi Miami
    lisyrhlalViM V at 7:45
    ,i.m.. Thursday. March 12. A ques-
    tion and answer period will lullou
    Dr. Shallow*! talk.
    The program la sponsored by
    the Early Childhood Department
    i>roerani of the YMHA, and an
    ..hii invitation to thi public waa
    extended by Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
    Chairman of the Dade County
    i.ally ihililhimrl Development Pro-
    gram of the YM1I.\ and Mis Ron-
    ald i;. n. <. PTA Chairman ol thi
    Central YMHA'a ECD program.
    in Ti I Avb
    1945. I-
    I
    iRami Bar-N
    to study | iano it
    . i b> the age
    ';"...K,.;:;
    , v i In 1962 at
    of 17 "" ,'"m"
    certo at the
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    r i
    ol sic m r> i
    | Kern
    ;. iv.
    (This dosinc core, rt has been
    Minted to participants f the
    MKA'i first !-'" jl '""l"' which
    ivi Miami March
    me champagni rrci ption fol-
    UriBi to concert. which ia open
    public, will I- a uet-to-
    [tVr for them and tin ir friends.
    Heidi ami Pcti r" will be the
    lafjrt movie shown at the 'V for
    lirdorcartin through <"
  • tak-nts during their school holi-
    py. Monday. A lull-day program
    om 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. has been
    fanned. To register and obtain
    Man information, call Harreen
    ltrtisch at the Y.
    Yanich To Lecture
    On Jews Of Knssia
    "The Freedom to Fl ai" is the
    titli of the lecture t<> tx given by
    Joseph Yanieh Sunday morning in
    Temple Israel of Greater Miami's
    Greenfield Adult Institute si iiis.
    Mr. Yanieh. executive director
    0* the Florida region of the Amer-
    ican Jewish Congrt ss who waa in
    Russia last rammer, r turned with
    unusual slides and information re-
    garding the plight of the Jews in
    tne Soviet I'nion. and will give an
    inside view of the life of Jews in
    that country.
    Mr. Yanich who has bt^n active
    . In the nationwide campaign to fo-
    cus attention on the situation in
    Russia, has a unique background
    ! 'or pres* ntation of his subject. He
    , lived in Israel for a number of
    years with his family, and teaches
    a course on Israel in Ti mple Is-
    natTa Religious School iii addition
    to his work with the Congress.
    Israel Burial For
    2. Jews Killed In
    Kx plosion Of Jet
    RUSALEM iJTAi The
    cofl ntaining the remains
    Ji wish victims of the Feb. 21
    crash of an Israel-bound Swiss-
    air i' i w re brought here from
    Zurich Monday night on a apt -
    . l.il Swissair flight. Th.' L'l cof-
    fina iv placi d in the plaza
    i.f th" Jerusalem convention
    '> nter until time for tin Ir but ial
    on Tuesday.
    A -" rial cabinet committi i
    consisting ol the Ministers of
    11 I nsi Police, Transport and
    Religii ia \i!,tus was in charge
    rtenta thi eulog) was
    rivi by Pn mil i Golda Mi ir.
    ' f the !T ; ass, ngers and crew
    bera who perish) d, 16 were
    i ii I is and kght were Jewa ol
    othi r nationality a. None of the
    lins i ould I positively iden-
    tified, but Rabbi Shlomo Goren,
    elm i chaplain ol Israi I'i armed
    lorcea who had flown to Zurich
    to idi ntify the Israeli victims,
    made arrangements for the re-
    mains of 24 persona the num-
    Ix i of Jews known to be on the
    plain to lie buried in Israel.
    According to Chief Rabbi la-
    ter Untermann, the remains pre-
    siimed to be those of the an
    crew will be given Christian
    burials in Switzerland
    [TV YM-Y\VH\ of Greater
    |iair.i announcis that registration
    now in prcgreai for children'!
    BBtl in |i i ih cdlewoi k. ballet.
    ifti euitar, drama, modern
    Bee, basic art, oil painting, pup-
    rty, baton twirling science, sew-
    and cool ing next
    (k.
    (June Pried. I tura Arts Di-
    worat thr V ,. go schedul-
    adult ii.,.- : (hi Spt kng
    Hswn starting April 1 in decou-
    pc Painting, m I rn interpre-
    - it.nasties i
    oral and drama Provisions are
    |bb> f'.r non-mi n b. to partici-
    atf-in the adult lassos i -
    Robbi Kipper Attends
    Conference In Israel
    Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual
    leader of Temple Judea. is one of
    amw 600 Reform rabbis from the
    United States in Israel to attend
    the Central Conference of Ameri-
    can Rabbis being held there He
    will have the honor of conducting a
    worship SeTViee in the Knesset just
    _ _, prior to an address which will he
    I Jl. 2 PrOraill I O hn to 'he gathering by Israel';
    Foreign Minister Abba F.ban.
    Celebrate Purim
    A special television program in
    ci Ii hration of the Fi asi of l'urim
    will be aired at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
    March 17. by Station WTHS-TV,
    Ch. 2. the Community Television
    foundation.
    Introducing the program will be
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky of Temple
    Beth Shalom. Hollywood, and its
    choir, led by Cantor living Gold,
    ir. a presentation of Purim longs.
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    The program, part of the "Liv-
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    ed lor the 13th year by the Bureau
    of J< wish Kducation over Ch. 2.
    Child will |so include a special film on
    iswers, your Purim in Israel and an analysis
    of the Hebrew vocabulary of thi'
    holiday, prcsi nted by the Bureau's
    xecutlva director and program di-
    leotor. l)r. Louis Sehwartzman.
    In the absence of Rabbi Kipper,
    members of Temple Judea's Relig-
    ous School body will conduct the
    g p.m Friday service, which has
    N't n designated as Family Wor-
    ship Service, with all members en-
    couraged to bring their families
    An Oneg Shabbal and social hour
    will follow the worship services
    'Good Old Days' Return
    If you .one for the "good old
    days," you are invited to l"in the
    Eleanor Roow veil Chapter, B'nal
    B'rith Women, at the Village
    Green. 12101 SW :<4th St., at 8:30
    p.m Saturday. March 14, for old-
    time movies, entertainment, danc-
    ing and refreshments. Mrs. Phil
    Marks and Mrs. Jerome Simms
    an ii, charge of information and
    ri s, nations.
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    ductor Barnett Breeskin has announced. Alan and Alvin
    Chow, 13, will be making their first major appearance in
    this program in the Miami Beach Auditorium, which will be-
    gin at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 15. The combined choirs of
    Miami Beach Senior High School and Miami-Jackson Senior
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    fjenist fh ridton
    Friday. March 6
    Temple Israel Center
    Named For Rabbi \arot
    The Boanl of Trustees of Tem-
    ple Israel of Greater Miami lias
    named the Center for Advanced
    in honor of Rabhi
    1. i( was announced
    iliis week.
    fan -.1 the five-year building
    noil renewal program of the Re-
    fbrm Jewish syi igogue, the C< nter
    i~ expected t" be completed along
    with a 2.000 sat Sanctuary. In
    time lor the 50th anniversary ol
    Temple Israi i in the fall of 1972.
    Making up the Center complex
    will bo a Library, Museum- Gal-
    lery, Multi-Media Learning Center
    and Archival Center.
    Designation of the Rabbi Narol
    Center for Advanced Jewish Stu-
    ciit > will be marked by a con
    lion 0 dinner on Saturday, May
    16 which :il honor the senks)
    Temple Israel rabbi on Ins 20th
    Flagler Insurance To Move
    11 K ipl n, > i fou the
    VI igler Insu 129 N'E
    i St .;. 1949
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    neu -'.! Ni: .
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    which c
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    represei
    of $100
    , ; ,.-
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    Mar
    pi.m to si
    eq lipment s i th
    ; > of eq lipment
    will tak '
    space, and i fe high.
    is i sarj ol spiritual leadership
    l and the 150th anniversary ol
    ordination al the Hebrew
    Union Colli ge in tncinnaji.
    The unanimous rli i ision ol fl
    i e.-.l to i Rabbi Narot's
    :i. on the C nti r was has d,
    President Joseph A. Garfleld said,
    .'i a "long-standing desire of the
    . ii jjr gation to show its ad-
    miration and gratitude to a man
    whose contribution to Judaism will
    live long beyond our time, not
    only in our congregation but in
    nation. The center lot Advanc-
    ed Jewish Studies will be the
    greater for its bearing the name
    f Joseph R. Narot, signifying a
    living Judaism far more than a
    building."
    Canton To Appear
    In Joint Concerto
    the flrsl time all I
    canton and thoa
    i the Jev IS -m-
    if America w 111 appear in
    concerts throughoul South Florida.
    Canl :- William Lipson and Je-
    Kletnents have announi I
    Pan :~
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    which hi si 'hip ol more
    tn I, 500 .: i Unit I Si es and
    .da.
    l" inds ire rais d bj
    .,..;. ii-,, (' mtoi Assembly
    to stipp rt the C ntors Institute ol
    the J< \ Ish Th (logical Semin 5
    ,, \ e which trains young
    ,n n in the ancient profession
    All local cantors will appi
    a progi im al the Duponl Plaza in
    honor ol the National Jewish
    a nen's I e igue May 4.
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    Harry B. Schoener of Miami Beach, who established the
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    vascular Laboratory at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A silver
    plaque commemorating the Schoener Clinical Fellowship
    will adorn the new University Cardiovascular Laboratory
    at Jackson, which is scheduled to be completed next month.
    The fellowship will support the heart research work of a
    young physician at the University of Miami School of Medi-
    cine under the direction of Dr. Leonard S. Sommer. Mrs.
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    Shown mapping the SI00,000 campaign, first in the Mian
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    March 6. 1970
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    LABOR LEADER GRANTS INTERVIEW
    Page 5-C
    pavid Dubinsky Talks To \outli
    ..,. people
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    thrill ol
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    vi Idom '. rai I interview .\t an;
    pate, he Icorm d Ma k t.i hi
    room at tl \ riea i I i ; foi
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    i i yiara in the lahoi
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    ram :i im Siberia al thi ..
    he hail been sent be-
    hi .:.! d : Bakt-rs
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    ai ki d. I le a I* i tract il his worl
    in founding Unit) Housi u hich
    " il .ii m ish immigi ants fulfill
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    "onn's : on J> w ish Prophi is
    mI Kthies al Ti mpli i:. th Am
    i .1- v.'. k a li\ ii l: ti stimonial
    "iii son i Giants of Justice' ire
    till h imbli [I i share their
    I tl his with the young
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    A Bpol hich is 'h come
    i land run k for I in this
    <' imi I"' l Ii hi Pi imi
    Ribs is mill i thi dii ction ":
    Mark Sin
    Spinoza Forum
    Speaker* Announced
    Speakers I the Spin F
    vhich is hel ich Th lay fi
    to noon tli- W i
    Kederal, 1'. -\ V\ v
    I !' ich Include Hend i J
    i dii i n pubUshei I the
    Mi imi !'' ich Sun hose topic w is
    in li' "Current Events": li
    H vard on March 12. spi kin
    The Jewish Theatre il the Turn
    if the Century": 'v' Kenneth
    Scheim '. who will discuss the'
    topic "A "i" cai l >m in les on
    \! irch i". .".I enteii ilner Emilj
    Cohen who will speak on "Israel
    In 19T0" on M irch '-',;
    Admission to the forum free
    and .ill are wckonia. Raphael Bur-
    'i-;n :iini Thomas Davidoll are
    chali men.
    Taking Volunteers
    Afh i ji .ii s i>t tight quotas I
    An Fi'ii \'.' si i.i has announci il
    that there are immediate opcnii
    : i '. n wnil no prioi mili-
    '. I J Si : \ .,,
    Vi lunl ers fi n this ; w :ll
    1 I to I mths "ii acl
    and then r tui n to South
    thei Mil','
    oblig ii ion as
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    twrj obligations are discharged,
    : a\ ii..: mi. n fro to continue their
    civilian careers or education while
    they .ii n \i: a |>ay for the once-
    monl'i ining mo tings. Addi-
    tional information may be secured
    al thi main office. 7145 S.W 95th
    Fight For Sight Benefit
    The Iliio.it M. Levine Chapter,
    Fight for Sight League of Greater
    Miami, will feature entertainment
    it its benefit, to held in the
    Casanova Itoom uf the Dcauville
    Hotel Friday, beginning .it 7 p m
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    his eighth grade class at Temple Beth Am.
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    Friday, March 6. Is
    By RUTH SIRKIS
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    \ chocolate mousse i> ;i very rich and delicate dessert. With
    : n dients like ej whipped-cream and chocolate, which
    i> moussi Is ma of. how can it iv otherwise? But if you arc con-
    . die) and .ill those marvelous Ingredients a re a "no-
    no," you should try our "Mock Mousse." It will satisfy your 1i--
    for good things, and will aiso be kind to your "calorie-budget."' In
    fa< t it will surprise you with its rich taste and delicate texture.
    Sen d in an elegant parl ill _"i .->". this "Mock-Mousse" can fool a
    a .. "mavin" (connoisseur!.
    Note: You will have to use an electric blender for this dessert,
    and Pane gelatine can be found in the Jewish-food section of the
    hie, supermarkets.
    LOW CALORIES CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
    1 tablespoon gelatine powder
    l'_. teaspoon cocoa powder
    V4 cup dehydrated non-fat milk powder
    2 tablespoons cold water
    1 cup boiling water
    j teaspoon liquid sweetener tor to taste)
    '_ teaspoon vanilla extract
    7-8 ice cubes.
    Bring water to a rolling boil. Put gelatine powder and cocoa
    powder in blender, add cold water. Turn the blender on for a
    second to dissolve the powders, add the boiling water. Cover the
    jar and blend at high speed for a full minute.
    Add non-fat powdered mlk. artificial sweetener and vanilla
    extract, blend at low speed for 3 minutes. Add the ice cubes one
    by one. blending after each addition. Blend at low speed for 3
    minutes. Watch carefully as it blends. When the mixture starts to
    get thickpour it immediately into the parfait glasses Chill f"r
    about 2 hours. Serve cold. Makes about 4 servings.
    To us Israelis "Fish Fillet" has a very special meaning. It
    leminds us of the early years of our state, when the economic
    situation was low but the spirit was hi^h. Fish Fillet was on the
    table day in and day out. but our mothers used their ingenuity to
    make it more interesting and tasty.
    So out of frozen fillet came dishes like fish goulash." "fish
    thnitzel." "fish croquettes," "gefilte fish" you name it. and we
    ived them all. As weand the State came of
    ige we di covei I to our surprise that "fish fillet" is a fine food
    in ii- own righl not jusl :is a substitute for beef or chicken. Now
    la i fish fillet b >f its delicate flavor, not to mention
    tl fact that it helps in the battle to stay slim.
    FISH FILLET
    l pkg 1 lb.i frozen fish fillet '_ cup milk
    l tabl spoon butter
    or margai ine
    3 tabli spoon lemon Juice
    S i and pepper
    Place fish fillets In a shallow baking dish or ovenproof
    platter Dot with butter and sprinkle with lemon juice, salt and
    pepper Broil 8 to 10 minutes aN>ut 3 t" 4 inches from source of

    While the fish is broiling, prepare the cheese sauce by heat-
    ing the milk and cheese in the top of a double boiler (over water
    just simmering) stirring constantly until cheese melts and sauce
    is smooth. Add the mustard and stir. Pour sauce over fish and
    return to broiler for about two minutes until it browns. Serve
    immediately. Makes two or three portions.
    1 cup Cheddar chi -
    coarsi ly shredd
    $4 teaspoon prepared mustard
    The modern Jewish mother is a very busy person, with many
    obligations to fulfill for her family and Community. These activi-
    ties leave relatively little time for the kitchen, and yet she still
    wants to serve good nourishing dishes which capture the special
    Jewish way of cooking. For these mothers we have a quick, sat-
    isfying old-time sweet-and-sour borscht.
    QUICK CABBAGE BORSCHT
    1 large onion
    2 tablespoons oil
    yi pound ground meat
    1 can sauerkraut (16oz.
    4 cups water
    1 bouillon cube
    2 tablespoons catsup
    2 tablespoons brown sugar
    l'j teaspoon salt
    j teaspoon black pepjKT
    Chop the onnion and fry in hot oil until light brown: add
    meat and fry until browned. Add the sauerkraut (including the
    fter catsup, bouillon cube and sugar, bring to a boil.
    at and simmer 15 minutes. Add salt and pepper to
    in low h< at la minutes. Serve hot.
    Note: This borscht is quite thick. If a thinner borscht is
    desired, up to two cups of rater may be added. Remember to
    to taste and correct the seasoning.
    NCJW To Sponsor
    Gala 'Comity Fair*
    A gala Israeli County Fair' "ill
    be sponsored by the Coral Division
    Ol the National Council of Jewish
    Women Sunday starting at 5 p.m.
    Bargains in handcrafts, boutique
    Horns. "BubbVs Atflc Treas
    ts ind books will b displaj d
    Bt Temple Zamora. jusl od D
    Road in Coral Gables. A sna
    bar will offer strictly koshei hot
    gs and hamantash n, th
    vi ntriloquist t< an Mi
    cai nixal garni an I bo ths are
    I rovided for fun.
    Proceeds from thi fair are ear-
    marked for educational toys and
    aids for Israel's cultural^ disa I-
    vantaged pre-schoolers, a facet of
    the NCJW's Interest in the educa-
    tion of Isiacl's youth.
    Mrs. Arthur J. Lyons, chairman
    cf the day. will be assisted bj Mrs.
    Julius Friedman.
    Miami Happening
    Kinanuel Mentz. president of
    the 150U Men's Club, ha- 0 eri
    appointed to a second ti rm as
    i BRemMr ->f the MaaMPa sfe-
    u Committee.
    P
    M.B. High School
    Thespian Troupe
    To Present 'Dino*
    Two performances of the three-
    act play "Dtno" will be given bv
    Thespian Troupe 391 in the Miami
    Beach Senior Hi"h School Audi-
    torium. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m
    Thursday and Fridav. March 12
    and March 13. for the Reginald
    Rose drama which was adapted
    for the stage by Kristin Sergei.
    Bemie Nusbaum will play the
    title role in the production, with
    RocheII Davidson as his COStar.
    The supporting cast is head-id by]
    Russell Frehling, and includes Di-
    ana Richter. Jolie Ba'biere and
    James Goldstein, Ron Shore Den-
    nis Rutkin. Gill Todd Arm C,!^/er.
    Precious Tharpe. Idalyn F'.nkle
    Jack Wool, Vickl Meitus Robert
    Matzin. Pat Lee and Sherry Gert-
    ler. Jay W. Jensen is direct
    with Janice Frankel .: stu lent H-
    rector: sets were designed bj N -
    man Plotkin. Lighting is i'v Lirrj
    G >lden, and Jan Loeb I inical
    lor.
    Tickets may be purch isi
    to the performances a* the sc
    i. at the door.
    rfs I Councilman Loads
    Hoberman has
    , .ii smmlttee on
    Municipal Public Relation*
    the Florida League <>i Munld-
    atltlea lor lt*. B. < irwell.
    . lent, h i- announi I. Hi
    and the rtl iv ": 15 Flo
    cities have been serving on the
    , i tne pas: thn e
    years.
    I>r. Solomon Liehter. principal
    of Miami Beach High School, will
    speak or, "Drug Abuse and the
    Attorney's Roll in Helping" at
    the monthly luncheon meeting
    of the M'-imi Beach B-- Mao-
    riation Monday at the Embers.
    Miss Kii.-.i Moras is program
    chairman: ('resident is Jmlge
    Murrn\ Hoodmsin.
    *
    The All-Miami Youth 4*i.i Lab
    will present a conceit at 8 p.m.
    Sunday. March 15. in Universttj
    of Miami's Beaumont Lecture
    Hall under the baton of I>avr
    t-.-.ii-i111.11. a senior at the L'-M,
    wh.-re he Is studying theory and
    composition. A solo trombonist
    in the Miami ixn Band. Orches-
    tration '70. and Sammy Spear's
    orchestra, he plays in the Sym-
    phony Orchestra, Symph
    Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band 1
    and Bra-- Quintet it the uni-
    versity, and conducts Studi i a
    Orchestra II.
    Charter Llpktns, form r own-
    er an tec live direct ir of the
    Crystal House, has nv > I the
    apartnv ni nanagi men) field i
    additii n I i man igemenl se
    ice-, his Lipkins Management
    < ioo:,.,v Will
    i" in ...
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    if p
    ence Crlttenton Horn ,. n ,.
    County.
    Three Mini .
    nami I I i I -. Home i n |.;.....l
    aim Companj of \.-( ir>rk,|
    highest honor groui I
    I
    outstanding s >|r< i -
    during >9 Fred Stone. H>rbnt|
    L. Weinerand Sam L. Ko-iMiikkl
    were presente I with l I
    Council plaques at |
    in the i tency's 19 W. K'n
    offic-- for sellii v|
    million in lire ln< ra: \\i~i\
    the year.
    M-s. Mir.vella Wlia...!
    i 'o'.lege's direct
    fot mat ion, hi- beei
    the Mi imi Sh res
    (* iir-ni-i e '
    resident ol Mil
    Mrs Whipple. (h
    three I ..
    membei l
    elation : '
    y,..,.. ; \\'
    Ti '-. is on \
    Public R<
    Thel Sigm '
    ciety I
    the Comn
    of the i
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    Fashion Show On
    Luncheon Program
    A fashion-show preview ol
    ntions designed by J- an Fisher
    will be a feature of the Donor
    Luncheon benefit to lx- held by the
    Sisterhood of Temple Israel of
    Greater Miami at the Sheraton-
    Four Ambassadors on Wednesday,
    March 18. Entertainment will be
    presented by singing star Carole
    Taran at the annual event, pro-
    ceeds of which go to finance IT
    different projects of the group.
    Cochairmen for the luncheon
    |are Mrs. Herbert I.eic!" ick Mrs.
    1 Clifford Newmark and Mrs. Ju-
    lius Rosenberg. Mrs. Jerome Rado
    is Sisterhood president.
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    March 6, 1970
    Jit It J~rif*p
    . Hochman
    Saturday
    , south Dadc
    ,hc house and
    .,., for nol
    ... in sooner.
    : down with
    ,;'.'. I hostess choae a
    ts ensemble
    fringe at the
    i l Miss Barbara
    v ,. in i multi-colored
    nsemble, with
    . | top.
    ,; ,:it.' wore a
    ired ailk crepe
    jeweled neck-
    I... ;(. : i. url Him cascaded
    ,,, front ol her dreaa to
    lrs Eugene Mas-
    r. pants ensemble
    u,.|. h ine color. Mra.
    Mill. topped her
    navy pants with .i red Jeweled
    vest \ nhit< mg sleeved blouse
    hi A smart
    i., i- ensemble
    of Mrs. Maxwell
    t *
    Getz topped her
    bid silk ints w ith a while
    ... h featured a
    Mi s. Mar-
    Ax i- in a char-
    i length dress,
    with e ti m ai ound
    II* Mrs. Scil
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    introducing the officers-! lect I
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    Jen ist' nnrxfiftri
    Friday, March 6, 1970
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Demand For Commitment
    u iiihi Be^rere
    v i: iBBI MAXWELL BEBGBB
    pie Zamora, ( oral Gables
    This Sab is i illi d Parashas
    kojim. Tin' opi big verse ol
    i is "And
    Assembl-
    <\ all (he con-
    ion of the
    en !' [s-
    i I .'"
    This
    .i the day
    after he carne
    town from Mi.
    which lat-
    er became the
    ow of the
    1 >.i.\ of Atone-
    ment, for the
    day thai Moses
    down fl om Ml Sinai, came
    i in the Il.i Kippurim the Day
    Atom mi in. that we celebiate
    ti this day.
    Biblical commentators and exe-
    tes ti ach us that the purpose
    this assembl) was two-fold.
    Abraham H"1 Egra, thcgn ii bibli-
    cal s.liolar and commentator who
    born in Spain in L092, explain-
    i >l th ii its obji cth i was to ask
    pie fur ilii lr free will <>i-
    fi i iiiu in the tab rnacle that as
    :li in the \\ ildi rness. Rash
    } am. the l'ii al Talmudic scholar,
    \ In. was a grandson lo Rashi and
    li\i d from ins"- to 117). a Ids that
    t is v as Iso the time to "De-
    and" the payment of the Halt-
    :<' I that ich inili'. ideal was
    II we wen to put this into con-
    t mporarj parlance wc might say
    that upon instructions from G- Moses called a verj special and ur-
    gent meeting of the entire Jewish
    community to discuss two pro-
    blems that u re at the top ol the
    ida, namely to "demand"
    [aymenl of the dues from everv
    i' i ui the community,
    1 to appeal for voluntarj con-
    tributions to ilif temple. Scriptur-
    al record ti Us us that the responsi
    iliate and so great that
    there w is an instant overwhelm-
    ing, i'\. r-subscription <>f all quotas.
    Why then was there need to
    mand" payment of the Shi -
    m? To i< ach us a lesson for
    lerity, a l< sson thai is inherent
    in the very word shekolim which
    maj l' loosely translated to mean
    money.
    l ai ry letter in the Hebrew
    ilphabet has ,, numeric value. The
    total numeric vale of the word
    shekolim" is 180. This is precisely
    equal to the numeric value of the
    word "Talmud" which means
    learning. The lesson is obvious.
    Commitment ol money alone is
    only a part of the whole. Mo* -
    laughl and. therefore, demanded"
    a "check-book Judaism" but
    i learned, knowledgeable, partici-
    i btory, affiliation that embraces
    mtelligi hi and intellectual accept-
    ance and observance. This is the
    Head-Tax." the dues thai each ol
    i < must pay in order to make our
    hekolim our monej gift-really
    ; ii aningful.
    CANOLELIGKTING TIME
    28 ADAR 1 6:05
    P^abbiytical evtston
    v.
    roqrams
    March
    Hi. 4. X:.'.0 a.m. The First Esiate.
    Topic: Housing
    Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pioroe.
    Guest Haley Sofge, director of Little HUD.
    Participant-: Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Con-
    gregation: Father Oliver Kerr. St. Francis
    Xivier Church: Rev. Richard Bailar. Coral
    Gables Congregational Church.
    March HCh. 111. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
    Host: Rabbi Morris Skop. Temple Sholom.
    Pompano Beach.
    March KCh. T. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
    Host: Rabbi David Shapiro.
    Temple Sinai. Holly\v.>od.
    Quiz Box
    By KAItltl SAMITEL t. FOX
    \\'h> dees the public reader of
    the Torah Im-i*ih rettdlRg each
    portion with a luml \<>l;uii:itioii
    nt "Anii'ir.'"
    ol the
    corshipi ; up '' the
    Torah and he recil
    befon the u ading takes lace The
    i ider like anyone el-. :n
    the cot ition is obligate I to
    ret ite the refrain "Amen" u
    ': inq a benediction. The n isoi
    for v hich the reader resp >nd>
    with "Amen" in a loud voice is -
    thai ih > in n, m hose at-
    tenl ion may h i\ e si rai < \ in be-
    tween the readings of the portions
    might be alerted again nd begin
    to pay attention i" the re iding
    which is about to commi S >me
    contend that this practice is ob-
    servcl to publicly display the is-
    sociation between the reader and
    the one who is called to the Torah
    Basically, evryone who is called
    to the Torah should read the por-
    tion himself. It as onlj
    fewer and fewer people knew how
    iniend the Torah accuiatelv thai
    a public reader was appointed In
    each congregation, Still, in order
    to show that the public reader i-
    only acting on beh ill ol the wor-
    shipper who had been called to
    the Torah, the reader responds
    with a loud "Amen" to the bei
    diction of the worshipper joining
    tin two in a united action
    Wh> is the !!lth Pajtlm recited
    in the synagogue when return-
    ing the scroll to the ark on Sat-
    urday morning?
    Some say that this is done be-
    cause in Psalm refers to the
    seven attributes to the "voice of]
    the Lord" which supposedly e
    responds to the seven benedic-
    tions of the Musaph service which
    immediately follows the return of
    the scroll to the ark i Pri MJgad-
    dim, I'S-Li'i. The Torah reading
    reminds us of the "voice ol the
    Lord" at Sinai when the Torah'
    was given. For this reason it be-
    comes an additional tribute to the!
    almighty to offer this Psalm after,
    the Torah reading. The use of this
    psalm is restricted to the Torah
    reading on the Sabbath morning
    because it was on a Sabbath morn-
    ing thai the Torah was originally
    given at Sinai. According to some.!
    reading the Torah is like repeat-
    ing the dramatic occurrance at
    Sinai and thus the great attribut-
    es of the Almighty's voice are
    referred to by reciting the 29th
    Psalm.
    Rabbi and Mrs. Harry loll, who are currently touring Isic?'.
    with Mrs. Jolt's sister. Mrs. Bess Levy, is being ble-s?d by
    a Kurdi='.i-Jewish patient in the Ophthalmology Department
    of Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem, while a small Ara'j
    patient looks on. The rabbi, who has served as an associate
    to Rabbi Irving Lehrman at Temple Emanu-E!, and is
    known in this area, serves on the executive board of the
    American Committee for Shaare Zedek Hospital in I
    lem, offices of which are at 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami B
    Awards Tea S't For
    Hospital \ Oiunteers
    Dr. Emanui M Papper, d it
    ih,- L'niversitj ol Miami S> h
    Mi Heine and II." m in Hofl
    ministiator ol the National Chil-
    !:-(': H tal wi'l pre-
    sent a. it the hospil
    untcers al an Aw irds Te i I
    held at : Tui sdij
    IT for thei effort in thi
    will in-
    clude l'i F A !! n nli .-.
    tor ol Pe liatric C iolo
    S. 1 of 11
    nors
    Mrs. Harris service chairm in will be th chair-
    man of the affair: she will
    sisted by Mrs. Margarel Toner.
    Ma \ Kir-t Mrs J Diamond and
    Mri. Rosen Rubenstein.
    Miami Stadium Orioles'
    Spring Training Quarters
    The I iit g one on th
    schedule of thi Baltimo
    ' has it- trainin
    Miami Stadium, will be
    i nst thi \'. ..
    l-'i Id ij
    Thi
    (quarters ii thi M
    ! is scheduli I to
    W* V Yankees tl
    : i\ :n Ft. Laudeniali
    ."-i th
    I 'v Th is the I2t
    Ihey h:i
    for spt ing 11 aining Thi
    19-5 l-i year was thi
    i training i 'curd ol u \
    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    Vayakhel
    The people bring a [>' if gilts for the til-en
    until they are told to ci
    "Anil they came, both men and women, as man)
    w.i-e wlllinghearted, and brought all jewels of
    (Exodus 35 221
    vayakhki. Moses gathered the people together
    Btructed them in the holiness of the Sabbath, lie also insi
    them in how tn build the Tabernacle and its vessels. Bea h
    Ohollab headed the skilled craftsmen working on the Taben
    The peopk gave liberally toward the sanctuary s<> liberallj
    fact, thai it was necessary tO ask them tO stop
    Once again, the details of the Tabernacle and its vessi Is ire
    given, at the end of this portion.

    rCeliqioHS <3<
    id
    ervices
    Cantor Morn* Barr.
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    NSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Avi. |
    Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 21
    AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth
    TION. 995 SW_67th Ave. Orthodox.' St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
    Orazin. Cantor Nathan Pa macs. 11
    OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 1Mh
    St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
    man. Cantor Benlamin Ben AW 18,
    Friday t |i.m Saturday IhtO a 111
    liar Mimvnti: Henry nun of Mr and
    alra. Sol Zilperbei-R
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
    Carmi. 14 .
    IETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
    dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
    Kyrr. s
    IETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3ro Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
    Cantor' William W. Lipson. 4
    ) Vl'" p m. and B;Sfi i> m OueNl I
    - k< 1 : Hon Milton Friedman. '
    Topic: "American Main
    Ii i: n> and Drugs." Baturda) 9
    m 'Hi.- Torah t>-----n Bal Mits-
    -u a utiu. 1 ui Mr and
    r .\i:,.\, II w
    EETH EL. '00 SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
    dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
    -ia.'! ii |,m S:,iunl:i> : ;, m Mil h
    p m
    EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon.
    Rrlilnj 1:15 p.m BVrnii'11 w, i:.-- '
    1 ui,1 1 Nation Ki,|l"w. ,1 In Oni
    Bliahh Baturdaj M ni B. 1
    mon A Hie.-.- A--, mblj p in
    I onion of I ;iu ". M 1, in s. mini
    \ mi.I. in People."
    EETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
    8th St Conservative Rabbi Simon
    April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
    ' H
    Philip \' Ii 1 Topic 'Pi Ifti and
    FVilloweil l>\ 1 in. u- Sli. 1,1,.11
    TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 951
    E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
    Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
    ZION (TEMPLE,. 8000 Miller Rd.
    Conservative, Rabbi Norman Sha.
    piro. ,g
    Pridaj :Spm Reunion Sabbath s.i
    mon: "iii Pereecutlon The Anawer*"
    NORTH MIAMI
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
    13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
    Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
    Ben Zion Kirschenbaum,
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    MIAMI biACH
    AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabhi Isaac Ever.
    BETH ISRAFL. 770 40th St. Orthodox,
    Rabbi Berel Wein. ig
    BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
    aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
    BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
    Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
    David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
    BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. ZL
    CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
    1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Dovr Roaencwaig. 28
    EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
    ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
    Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
    I'Vidny pm. ami t-fd p.m. Quenl
    SpMlcar: Mr, Carl Alpi-rt. Topic:
    "Peace in The Middle BantWhen""
    Satunlay (< a.m. Tin- Weekly Portion
    nf ih.- Blhle, Bar Mttsvah: Howard.
    Wffl c.f Mr aBd Mi- l>mi- VlnebiTR;
    and William, son of .Mr and Mm
    Harvey Allen.
    HEBREW ACADEMV. 2400 Pinetree
    Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
    Groaa. 25
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
    Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lchrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
    ---
    MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
    Prlilnj K ;', pm Ral Mltxrah: Dchrn,
    daughter nt Mr and Mra Saul Zle-
    kind. Baturdaj H .1 in
    NfcR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
    TIhhmc Wate'wly. Conservative
    StrS J,ene Lbov.tz. Cantor Ed-
    ward Klein. 90
    l';"1;'.1 '"' ..... Be....... H......
    >r Encounter With the Middle 1:.,
    E.Y JHALOja |BM Bonit. Dr
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
    man. Jc
    Prlday 6 p m Satunlaj o ::,i ,
    Sermon Observe Th. Sublmth
    BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11tti
    Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
    schitz. Canter Jacob Rearer. 84
    BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    Conservative. Rabbi Charlea RubeL
    Cantor Jack Lerner. at
    Prldk) .:l.l pm Snlihath Sheknllnv
    Sermon: "Maklne Je t'nunt." Sal-
    unlay n.m Bar Mlttvah: Smart,
    -ui "f Mr and Mi- llurlon Uudwln
    Jeffrey, eon of Mr and Mri
    :.....be
    M.lnn
    SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
    18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
    Rabbi Ralph P. Kingefey. 37
    Prldnj s is m Tancher Apurei Inflon
    Sabbath, ;u-1-1 Sneaker: Mr Mur-
    ray SlexelBian S.i 1.1... ,,|Uv :i
    M|Ual 1 POIInwed bj Oneg Shabliai
    Saturday 10 10 a m Servii con- 1
    ducted by Rellajoui, s-hool Children '
    Friday B:S0 p m Baturda) 8 .< m
    Sermon: "Juaae Camwell a i:.,,i
    '*'......." MIik ha ". ,". n in
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
    Caplan. u
    Y MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
    Rabbi Naftali Poruah s
    Kridaj ; j. m Baturda) 9 g m s, 1
    mon "The Drama ..f the Temple I
    lion Bar Mttivah Marl
    of Mr and Mm. Robert I'ni,
    Pollnwed l.\ a Kiddueh
    CORAt GABLEf
    JUm5rtA D("l;EMPLi' 550 Oranada
    Blvd. Reform. Rahbi Morria Kip.
    1 > p in Pa mil] Worxhlp S.
    " r olio wed b) .....u Shabbal
    EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oaklartl Par"
    Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Richard M
    Leviton. Cantor Jerome Kiement
    41
    HAllANDAlf
    HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTE"-
    126 NE. Fi~*. *
    H0UYW00D
    BETH EL (TEMFLB). 5 14th Ave.
    Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. **
    Pi Ida) 8:1." p ni 1 lueel spi
    ' ., It a Smith, Plml foi *r< i
    church Topi, : Brotherhood
    terawei
    BETH SHALfjM* (TEMPLEI 1TJ*
    Monroe St. Conservative flaDBi
    Morton Malavaky. Cantor Irvine
    Gold.
    SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
    Conaervative. Rabbi David Shsp re.
    Cantor Yehudah Hellbraun. *'
    M1RAAUR
    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW ?M
    St. Conaervative. Rahbi Eliot J-
    Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Ko,"A
    POMPANO BEACH
    SHOLOM (TEMPl'e). 182 SE nth Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Morria A. SkJP
    Cantor Michael Frederick m
    SUIFSIUI
    MCGAN DAVID CONGRECATION
    _!. _- -.......... W Hard.ng Ave. Surf.ide. Tovr.
    ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave Ha" Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D v ne.
    conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Barger
    41
    ----------- BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER Chaae Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
    MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Kronish. Aaaiatant Rabbi Jerrold
    Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. 10' Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
    Prlda) 1:18 p.m Sermon "Thouarhi Prlda) 18 pm Rabbi i...w will]
    \ Hoapltal Bed What li- preach Sermon "Paaalnc the Back."
    Baturda) i" IE a.m.
    SErP"*"OIC JEWISH CENTER. 64;
    r.,J.l.-we' Rlbbl Sldi Nahm.aa. Si
    4??.RE?ATION ETZ CHAIM, 1542.
    aa .w"h'n0ton Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
    riiilol. jw,
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH
    AD-AJHuESHU^U>N~"rCMP'-E). 1026
    r E Miam Gardens Drive Con.
    C.n,VeVeTih b Mi"0n Schlin.ky
    Cantor Tibor Moses J3
    Cantor Richard Browdy.
    '''">" p hi Sermon "n,.
    lurdaj 1
    ?< ol thi Ti rah Ju .
    lib Sen
    FT. LAUulRuALE
    BnTH, '5RAEL 'TEMPLE). 647 E
    Edwarnd. Carn,nBIVs5- R*bb' Sb"'
    cowards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
    IE1-"' '" i"" -..... M: Heart
    ' u U,H '"' ..... ai
    Thit fingr h prepared W
    eooperation wuh the G't&ttr
    '' Rabbhttcal Attorietion.
    ( liftaior nf the fetuf
    appearing here is
    DR MAX LIPSCMITZ
    SpmtUdl Leader of
    Beth Tokah Conorec/ M
    Of NoftTIi Miami BBACH


    Friday. March 6
    1970
    * A i f Tkridhrtin
    'Live And Learn1 Projecl Is
    Oholei Torah Experiment
    tab!
    . i ook
    by a
    u I
    .11 I"
    i lililn n |mr1 in tin I. w in this li tioi
    i-roj ct v. ill s] "iid i heir rains wi
    homes of th'ir t< rs ba I on its s
    according to Rabl iho I > I .ip-
    skar, pi iii' ipal of tin si hool "Sit -
    ,,..,.,,, ,i shabl ...,. whosi mi.
    bli 1'iul h! Ih
    lies ind "i the ......., ,ni, is nVfinil
    . to llt'1
    Ihiist up to
    .
    Oholei Torah Day School's
    Participatu-.g in
    which students will expen-
    se': : ..hat they havo studi 1
    ,1 are. from left, ffirsl row
    man. Sheva Kori, Mirl tm
    Bob! -' Viccica. Foe G
    [onathan Nadler. Joseph
    :ico and AL. i .:. Franco; 'second row
    Dav.d G. *m in Mrs. S.under. Mrs. Shapiro.
    irq -id Mrs.
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    Pcge 10-C
    +Je*ist ftoridlinri
    Friday, March 6
    1970
    LFGAl NO. ICE
    i
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THfc CIRUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    CADE COUNTY. C'VIL ACTION
    No. 70-3073
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    IAMIN GROSS,
    ....
    i -
    HER GR< >SS,
    !> (ends 't
    I ESTHER OR< SS
    ,\ r: Boulevard
    - .
    Ton, ESTHER GROSS, an hereb)
    . i thai B I i omplaint for
    i has bean filed against you,
    n a \ :i an nuhred to n rvi
    . \ or r r Pleading to
    I I mpl llnl .i the Plain-
    i attorne). I SH BEPHl'X,
    i Washington Avenue, Miami
    i i i and f 11. Ihi
    rarer or Pleading In the
    the Clerk of the Circuit
    on or before the sist day of
    If yon fall to do so.
    | men! by di fault will he taken
    - \"U for the relief demanded
    , tni C mnlalnl
    ' all be published once
    . | n-eek for four i onsi i u'..\' art ki
    ir TH '. .i EWI8H P' l RIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
    ! pidi ittn day of Pebmarj
    E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    nit Court, Dadc County, Plorlda
    Sj I. 8NBEDEN
    Deputy Clerk
    i uit Court Seab
    j' SH REFHUN
    1871 Washington Avenue
    " ami Beach. Fiord i 1^13?
    Attorn) > f..r Plaintiff
    I 17 3 t-ll-tt
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 70-2594
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    BGIST1 E CINQUIN1
    Plaintiff
    va
    SVE E CINQUINI
    Defendant
    T<>: SUE E CINQUINI
    ' E Ci llece Street
    Alliance, 'hlo
    Tou. SDH E CINQUINI. are here-
    by notified that a Hill of mplalnl
    for Divorce baa been filed against
    you. and you are required lo eervt
    .i copy of your Answer or Pleading
    10 !he Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
    tiffs attorney. JOSEPH H YOUNG
    47". BHtmore Way. Cral Gables,
    Plorlda U1M and fil ih.
    answer or Pleading in the ofl
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
    before the SOfh da) "f March, 181 If
    you fall to do so, judgment bj default
    will be taken again.-* you for the
    relief demanded In the Hill of Com-
    plaint
    Thi- notice shall he published one*
    each week ftr four consecutive week*
    in THK JEWISH PLORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at M ui
    Plorlda this 12th day of Pebrui i
    A D l70
    E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida
    By l. s DePIETRO
    Deput) Clerk
    fCIn uit Court Seal)
    Jl >SBPH H YOUNG
    47" Blltmore Way
    Coral Qabli -. Plorlda 33134
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    I 20-2: 3 6-13
    p DAYBMU BY HENRY LEONARD
    3-
    LIGAl NOTICE
    "Oy it only there was a Doctor to remove
    the callouses from our souls!
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE s. cm =-
    IN AND FOR DADE v?bRT
    FLORIDA IN FR- -V '
    No. 70238 iCLARf
    1 1 BE Estate of
    LESTER LIPSON
    I. u -1
    NOTICE TO CREC TORS
    To All Creditors and a
    mg 1 "lain 1 or 1 m
    Estate: s I
    V"u are hereb) 1
    quired i" nrasent
    mandi which you mi i
    the eatate of 1 BSTEi
    ceasad late of I lade
    , to the County Judges
    I File Ih.' s:.lll.....lu
    ore. ided In Bectlon
    Statutes, In their offli
    Courthouse hi Dadi I
    iihm six calendar rrs
    time of the first pul
    or he tame will be 1.
    ! '.1'. d at Miami II.- .
    da) "i Pebruar) A 11
    .1 \MK OBI '-.-'
    Ax Bxei mi ,
    Plrst publl< .11Ion 1 das "f Pebruar;
    i BARNETT ROBINSI
    1 ,\t torney for Ba -. utrtx
    9fHi Roberts Building
    ' Miami, Plot Ida

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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No. 70-3124
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I ''ISE ANN SPATARO.
    Plaintiff
    vs.
    ANGEI.o JOSEPH SPATARO.
    Defendant.
    TO ANGELO JOSEPH SPATARO
    Residence unknown
    Tou. ANOBLO JOSEPH SPATARO.
    are hereby notified that a BUI of I
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    acainst you. and yau are required to
    M rve a copy of your Answer or Plead- (
    ir c to the Bill of Comnlalnt on the ;
    Plaintiff's attorney. ANGELO A ALL
    40'' Roberts Building. 2* West Flagl- ;
    CT Street, Miami. Florida 33110 and
    fill the original Answer or Pleading
    In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
    CUlt Court on or before the 1st day
    of April. tttu, If you fail to do so.
    iudgment by default will be taken
    .Ki .is' you f"r the relief demanded
    ir, the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THK JEWISH FtjORIDIAS.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    i rids "his if>th (lav 'if February
    A.D. IOT0.
    E )i I EATHERMAN, Clerk.
    rcuif Court, Dade County. Florida
    By. p ,-, ,i.i.-i wd
    Deputy Clerk
    ( n uit Court Sea!)
    H SGKU I A A I.I
    t Roberts Building,
    Plagler St.
    M ami. Plorlda Mian
    Attorney for Pla
    . :i i t-ia-to
    NOTICC UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN thai
    the undaraigned, l^sinng to enape in '
    I ill ness irmler the fictitious name of
    UFA'S DBU, INC. at 1-fiT-^ith Btreet,
    i Harbor rslands, Florida Inlands
    lo r. eis-er said name with the Clerk ,
    of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    h,. rua.
    BEN'8 DELI. INC.
    WILLIAM W HAI.PKK. BSQ
    e) for HENS DELI. INC
    2 27 :i t-lt-M
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that j
    II u-^lersipned. desiring to enpaKe jp
    business nnder the fictitious name of'
    I RNETT ENTERPRISES at 3S1
    N. Krome AveiiUe. Homestead. Flo-
    rida, Intends to repi-ier sai the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    I Ploi
    HENRIETTA I. RARNETT,
    sole owner
    J DAVID UEBMAN, PA
    / : rney for
    HA RNBTT ENTERPRISES
    ! nooln Road
    Miknii Beach. Florida 33135-
    : 27 3 6-13-IU
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-140
    JUDGE GEORGE T. CLARK
    in RE: Estate of
    ALFONSO CAMMALLERI
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby -notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of ALFONSO CAMMALLERI de-
    ceased late of Dade County. Florida
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided In Section 733.16. Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
    rida, withm six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, thi-- inth
    day of February. A.D. 1S>7<'.
    SADIE D CL'FF
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the nth day of Februarv. l;o.
    JOSH REPHlN
    Attorney for Administratrix
    \'^* Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach. Florida 3313S
    I/M-27 3 -13
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-678
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    In RE: Estate of
    DONALDS LAVIGNB
    I ie. eased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Aeaitikt Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of DONALD s LAVIGNE de-
    ceased late or Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same 111 duplicate ami
    as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
    Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or ihe same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, ihls 16th
    the Mth day of February, li-7"
    MARTHA s LAVIGNE
    As Executrix
    First publication of this noti. e oil
    the L'"th day of IVbrutrv. '*""
    LOL'IS 'HI.I.MAN
    Attorney for
    MARTHA S LAVIGNE.
    Executrix
    MO Ingraham Building.
    Miami, Fla. 33131
    I 2-1-27 3 -13
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of PAR MEDICAL B11I.DING at
    |S*t)-4 s.W. 27 Ave Miami intends
    to r'jrister said name with the Clerk I
    to the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    PEDRO A. RAMOS
    3'S-13-20-27
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-224 (BLANTON)
    In RE: Estate of
    CHARLES STANLEY
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    Having Claims or Demands Against
    Said Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any .hum- and
    demands which you may have
    against the estate of CHARLES
    STANLEY deceased late of Dade
    Cotrniy. Florida, to the County Judge*
    of Dade County, and file the same in
    duplicate and as provided In Section
    733 16. Florida Statutes, in their or-
    fices in the County Courthouse In
    Dade County. Florida, within six
    calendar months from the time of
    the first publication hereof, or the
    same will he barred.
    Dated 'it Miami. Florida, this 22
    day of January. A D. 1S7'
    DORIS STANLEY
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 13 day of February, 1978
    HAROLD SHAPIRO.
    Attorne} for Estate of Charles Stanley
    S27 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    2 1I-M-57 1
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned desiring to engagi In
    bUSlneSt under the fictitious names
    ,,f FOl'R PBEEDOMS NATIONAL
    MEDICAL SERVICES CO I >' a
    FOCR FREEDOMS MANOR at M
    Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Honda
    Intends to register said n.-imt with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    FOCR FREEDOMS NATIONAL.
    MEDICAL SERVICES
    By: HARRY STONE. Viet Pre" denl
    BNOLANDER *.- BURNETT
    No. 1 Lincoln Road Hldg .
    Miami Reach. Fla.
    Attornev s lor
    FOUR FREEDOMS MANOR
    .i 6-u-:o-ii
    - tien-1
    :
    I
    -T.
    Ins
    IN
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    EL KRISTAL at 1S W. Flagler St
    M ami Intends lo register said name ,
    ': the '"lerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dads County, Ploiida.
    QIRALDO I.EIVA
    2 -7 I 6-13-20
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that'
    the undcrslgnea. desiring to en*.,*, Il
    business under ihe fictitious name of
    COMMUNICATION CONSULTANTS
    at 4131 Woodndge Ro C'K-onul Orovi
    intend to register said name uith the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    RAY CANTILLO
    1RWIN KRIOER
    I 13-2S-27 I f
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    N< THK is HEREBY GIVEN that1
    ti undersigned wtahlnsj to engage In i
    business under the fictitious name ol
    - IRJAC PROPERTIES at 11371 8.W
    I I'rive. )' ami. Florida. intend
    to register said name :.h the Clerk
    ot ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, I
    Flor
    JACK KANE at d SHIRLEY KANE.
    his wife, sole owners
    .1 DAVID LIBBMAN, p A
    A ttorney for
    HH1RJAC PROPERTIES
    I I. oln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida :i3lS
    2 :.: s (-1S-2S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HE ;EI:Y GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    ii bualneai under ihe fictitious name
    of AI'iil.Mi #11 MOVERS at Dade
    County. Florida intend to register
    nid name with He Clerk Of IBM C
    u Imd. County, Florida.
    ALAN HOI,LETT
    MARCIA HOLLETT
    ' ]2-2-27
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-481
    in BE Estate of
    FANNIE H NELSON
    I >e. eased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor- and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claim- oi Demands Against Said
    Betete
    ,OU are hereby notified and '.
    quired to present an) claims an .ie-
    niands which you may have against
    th. eatate of FANNIE H. NELSON
    deceased lati of Dads county. Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file Ihe same in duple ate anil
    ..- provided In Section 7JJ.11 Florida
    Statute-, m their offices In th. Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
    rida, Withm six calendar months from
    ihe lime ,,f the flr-t publication
    hereof, or Ihe same will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this ISth
    da) of February! a D l7e
    I'.IVIAN BEN AIM
    As Executrix
    First publication of ihis noi
    Ihe 27th day of February, li-7"
    MILTON MILLER
    13 W Flagler St Miami, Fla.
    374-3112
    Attorney for Executrix
    2.' 3.6-1.-..
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-51S
    In HE Estate of
    MAX I'EPPER
    I le, .... .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    Having Claims or Demands Against
    Said Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mand- which you may have against
    the estate of MAN PEPPEB deceaaed
    late of Bade County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dade County, and
    file ihe same in duplicate and as pro.
    vided in Section 733 16. Florida stat-
    utes, in their offices In the County
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida,
    day of Februarv. AD 1970
    SADYB PEPPER
    SIDNEY PEPPER
    As Executors
    First publication of ihls notice on
    the 13 dy of Februarv l.7n
    STANLEY' C MYERS
    Attorney for Executors
    11.10 8 W. First Street
    Miami, Florida
    2 13-20-27 3 6
    this
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    OF DADE COUNTY.
    STATE OF FLORIDA
    No. 78805 (BLANTON)
    In RE: Estate of
    -MORRIS 1.EV1NB
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    Having Claims or Demands Against
    Said Estate:
    You and each of you. are hereby
    notified and required to present anv
    claim or demand which you, 01
    either of you. may ha\. against the
    estate of morris LEVINE deceaaed
    lat< of Dade County. Florida, with
    filing fee of $1 no. to the County
    Judge's Court of Dade Countv in the
    Court House at Miami. Florida iih-
    in six calendar months from the date
    Of Ihe first publication of this notice
    SAID CLAIM OR DEMAND MUST
    aBtt3yfflP" T *ND F,LEO
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2s
    day of January. 1H7"
    DAVID GARNET
    As Executor
    of Ihe Estate of Morris Levins
    I n eased
    Address J57B Jerome Ave
    , .."" Y"rk' N,w fO'k "'46S
    I.aw Offices of
    ROBERT W WILSON
    P O Box isr.
    Clearwater. Florida :Ml?
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No 70-S78!
    CIVIL ACTION
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    CARU'S T McRAE
    Plaintiff
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    LOUISE O M< RAE
    1 ii fi nilanl
    TO LOUISE '! M.RAE
    2101 \v.-!.\ Ave
    Bvanston, 111;:
    You, i.' lUISE ; McRAE
    by not!fla d thai a Bill of Coi
    for Divorce has been filed ai u
    and you are required to serve .< ,\
    of your Answer ..r Pleading I
    Bill "f Complaint on !- Plaintiffs
    attorney, EUGENE LE.MI.ICH, .:.>
    W Flagler 81 Miami. Florida JJ1J5
    aJid file th,- otigll a] V a*ei or Plead-
    In the office ol ti,. c ;. tk t II Cir-
    cuit Court on or before Ihl 27th d.iv
    of March. I!-7" If you fail lo do BO
    judgme't by default will Ix taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the BUI of Complaint
    Thi- nolle .-hall be published once
    each w.-eu t< :- four ci nsecutive week!
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDI \N
    DONE AND ORDEBED al Miami.
    Florida, this lr.th da) ol Pebruar'
    A.D. I70.
    B Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Clrcuil Court, Dade County Florida
    B) S A HEWETT
    Di puty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    EL'UENE LEMUCH ESQ
    2720 \v Flagler Si .
    Miann. Plorlda .
    Attorne) lor Plaintiff
    ____________________________ 2 20-27 3 6-13
    NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    .NOTICE I! HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to i e. e, in
    MIAMI HIST DADE ACRES
    JVAe CT* N1 "'" Beach
    K?h4,fhin^,ndf '" '"'" said name
    "llh, '," C*rh of the Circuit
    of Dade ( ounty, Florida
    Ml v.MI BOPTHLAND
    IN\ ESTMENT > >Rp
    iftHSWffl*'.....J""
    Attorneys for
    MIAMI S.il'TIII.AND
    1N\ KSTMENT CORP
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    NOTICF RY PUBLIC"Ti0N
    IN THE CIRCUIT CO lo- DF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Ci"Ct.lT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND t
    DADE COUNTY IN C-NCEY
    No. 70-25*2
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HERBERT GELLER,
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    BERENA (iKIJ.KIt
    Defendant
    TO: SERENA HEILER
    (Ml 21st Avenue
    nrtH.klyn. New Tork '
    You. SERENA OELLF.H
    by notified that a Hill '
    j for Divorce has been filed
    : you. and you are reojllred
    I a copy of your Answer ..- p
    to the bid of Comotaim
    Plaintiffs attorney. BATT'sT' KKk
    DIE. KEMWORTHT. BBoWN ,
    KORSCHI'V. 2317. SW l^.l.u -RJ
    t'oral Gables. Florida original Answer or Plead I tN
    office of the Clerk of Ihi UI
    Court on or before Ihe 20lli '.,v >
    March. 1S70. If you fa II
    judgment by default win I-
    against you for the re]if del
    In the BUI of Complaint
    This notice shall be pubhshi
    each week for four conse* u"
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
    D'NE AND ORDERED
    Florida, this 12th da\
    A 11 1*70.
    E It LSATHERMAN i
    Circuit Court. Dad. Cou
    By: c 04 K >dm \ S
    Deputy Cl.rk
    iCircuit Court .-.
    RXTTISTI. FERDIE. KENW
    I BROWN A KOR8CHIN
    S \\ I.eJeune Road
    c.rai Oabtea, Florida Ml
    Attotn. \- for Plaintiff

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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL "CUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND >r' "40E
    COUNTY. CIVIL AC CN
    No. 70-2&60
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LAW RENCE ilRADY i: .-
    Plaintiff,
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    M KRGARET SUE
    PAflETTB RASH
    I Ii udanl.
    TO MARGARET SUE
    PAOBTTE RASH
    l:. sldence L'nknou n
    You. MARGARET 81 I
    HASH, are herel.> notlfil
    i i 'omplaint for Divon
    fill d against you, and \ u
    |Uired tO serv. .1 OP) '
    Ol Pleading to the Bill i
    on the Plaintiffs ntti rn<
    BASSETT, ESQ., .117 I BulW-
    ing, if w. -i Flagli r s
    Florida, .ini3i>. and file rlglnal
    \ r r Pleading
    the i'ork of the Can u
    before ih.- 2th day ol M
    If you fall to do so. Judgl
    fault will be taken agl u ''
    th. r. Ii.f demanded II
    Complaint
    Tin- notice shall bf pul
    e.i. h week f..r four coi i. '
    in THK JEWISH FI IR
    DONE AND ORDBRI '""
    Florida. Ihls 12th da) 'J:''v
    A D 1(70
    E H I.EATHEHMAV i'
    Circuit Court, l wide Cou '
    B) C P COPEI i.'
    Deputy ci. rk
    (Clrcuil Court Seall
    JOHN E BASSBTT. ESJ
    ::i7 Blacaine Huildme
    If West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33130
    Attorney for Plaintiff PI
    I ,NiNHA^CnFnDTXJL"GE S COURT
    g, c?ofPR OADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    nREE,:,:,??'70^
    MAX PEINSTBIN
    I.....ase. I
    To .,NOT,C.E T0 CREDITORS
    naT^Jl ,'"'' h",l,v noUfled and re-
    ml ',; 1,::I,,T'"';"1 ,h""- ai"1 **
    . """ds hi. h you m..;. have eg* i
    'the estate f .MAX PEINSTBIN I.
    -eased ate of Dade .',, \
    to the ..,.,, ,,,,,.. ,., pj. ,
    , and file the same in duollcat) and
    provided | s.,.,,,,,, ".I, ., '-;
    r>u.'"u;"''*",rvf""s '-^oSSS
    t> i ouribousi In Dad< Com t Flo*.
    ihe u','h"'. S," '"Ur "StwAatro-
    tne tin f ih! riral publication here!
    i, T ';',':i" *'" '' barred,
    of Februfry^rrl- W* ,h" '
    J MAI HI.',.; FlXKll.
    101 Easi Plagler Si-.. ,
    Miami. Pioridi
    .., I Executor
    the^ I? d ';,"',"e-"i......' !" '"-' n
    toe is n,,\ of |,.i,rua'\ I',-..
    J. MAI RICK FINKEL
    *"-* "* "last
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COlN"'-
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-ST^
    In BE Kstati ol
    H \KHY AIN
    I eased
    NOTICE TO CREDITOR-
    To \n Creditors and til I Hff
    mg claims or Demand
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified
    ed to present an)
    ma nils which you BUM
    Mai.- of H.\l:i:'i M>
    ih
    -;
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    , late of "bade Couriiy. I
    County Judges of Dad-
    file the sain.- in dui
    provided In Section
    S'.iiutes. in their offl
    ty Courthouse In Dadi ui '
    : ithm si oalendar m
    I lime of the first pul'h
    : or the same will be bi
    Dated it .Miami. Flor"':,
    da) of February, A D
    lilHY TOMBEI
    As Ia.. u
    i publtcatl......f
    the loth day of Febru
    IGROVBR CIMENT w El> N
    V SI AI'HER. PA
    Attorneys for
    Extate of HARRY AIN, '
    3.'.n Li i. oln Boad,
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    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 70-571
    "HN R BLANTON
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION
    N" 70-.,S16
    si IT FOR DIVORCE
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION
    No 70-28-7
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 70-3374
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    ,\...- Hmicliiii- sui'. 117. Miami Flor-
    ida 13130 and OK hrtnlnal Inawn
    ..r I".adltuj '" lllf office of Ihi I
    I ..f ih. Clreull Court on or before the
    i tun ol April. i'-7" If vou fall In do
    1 ... nldcmrnl hy default will laln-n
    i.i you for IH* '> ( dt-mandod
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    IN THE COUNTYJUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 70-5 iCiarki
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml i .| i ., ...i .\n per ,
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    NO. 70-2768
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
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    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION
    No 70-3?64
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO 70-762
    In RE Btal< "i
    HIKN'E VVKITZNF.lt
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 70 '46
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    Friday. March 6
    A'
    Michael Luboff went to Israel to gain a country and lost a leg.
    Thousands of Jews died to save Israel in
    in the Six-Day War and its aftermath.
    Michael was luckier. A little luckier.
    Not that he's complaining. He's proud
    of his country. And his part in defending it.
    He migrated to Israel in 1960 and set
    up a business. Until the survival of
    Israel became his business.
    Israel's survival is still the business
    of two-and-one-half million Israelis.
    The war goes on. Without Michael.
    With other Michaels. Who'll willingly
    give life or limb for their country.
    But because almost all of Israel's
    resources must be spent for defense,
    there's practically nothing left over
    for other vital services.
    Like giving Michael the care he needs.
    And deserves.
    Money is desperately needed for
    hospitals. Schools. For kibbutzim
    and homes and machinery.
    For Michael.
    Maybe Israel can defend herself.
    But the Israeli people still need
    help so that they can somehow manage
    to clothe, feed, educate and house
    all their people.
    And care for their sick. And bury
    their dead. And build for their future.
    They need the help of the Combined
    Jewish Appeal and Israel Kmergency
    Fund, which is conducted by the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    This could be the last time you'll
    be asked to give to help the people
    of Israel.
    Pray to God it's not
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation's -if-
    1970 Combined Jewish Appeal **
    and Israel Emerqency Fund Campaign.
    R ; R' C Chairman
    . Miami Jewish F la ition
    1317 Biscryne Blvd., Miami, Florida Telephone 373-0411


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