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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 13, 1970

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 13, 1970

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02145

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, F.c.-ida Friday. March 13, 197u
Sections Pric.
Soviet Press Conference 'Smokescreen'
WASHINGT N UTA) Dr.
wmtD u>xlei the president
rt B'nai B'rith. ha expressed
matanxiet) over the fact that
L Soviet Union's staged press
conference" last week may be
the forerunnei of greater re-
pnakms Bnd possibly -show
trials' for Jews who have ap-
plied for immigration to Israel
or haw protested anti-Jewish
discrimination
About 40 of the Soviet Union s
most prominent Jewish citizens
aw*ar<(t at the government-
sponsored pn ss conference to
denounce Israeli aggression ami
Zunust chauvinism and proclaim
that then' is no discrimination
or repression Of Jews 111 the
( SSR.
Dr. Wexler said Soviet au-
thorities are distressed by the
number of non-Jewisli intellec-
tuals who have espoused the
cause of Soviet Jewry. He said
it was revealing shot the Krem-
lin has suddenly discovered
Jewish leaders," since there Has
not been a single central agen-
cy for Soviet Jews since the
government disbanded the Jew-
ish anti-Fascist Committee in
1948, ami declared that the
' smokescreen nature" of the
press conference was demon-
strated by the fact that only one
oi the Jewish leaders who were
obviously compelled to partici-
pate has ever shown the slight-
si Interest in Jewish affairs.
Tlie press conference appears
to be part of the anti-Israel.
anti-Zionist campaign U'gun by
Soviet news media two weeks
ago after Israeli planes bombed
B metal factory by mistake, re-
sulting in GO civilian deaths and
the injury of to more. An Im-
portant feature ol the campaign
has been the anti-Israel state-
ments solicited from Russian
Jews, particularly those promi-
nent in the fields of arts, letters
nenl in the fields of arts, letters,
science and education.
The Soviet anti-Israel cam-
paign was condemned by the Is-
rael Communist Party headed
by Dr. Moshe Sm h. who charged
the campaign was directed at
the entire Jewish people during
a meeting of several of Israel's
political parties to discuss the
situation.
.Meanwhile, in Geneva. Switz-
erland, Dr. Nahum Goldntann.
president i>i the World Jewish
Congress, issued a statement de-
claring the Soviet government
has no right to deny the rights
of its Jewish citizens because it
disapproves of the policies of Is-
rael's government and denounc-
ing the current "violent anti-
Israel. anti-Zionist campaign or-
ganized by Soviet authorities
who are using Soviet Jews U
deny the plight of their com-
munity and to denounce Israel."
Protest Played Reform Rabbis Attending
Down By France 81st Annual CCAR Convention
NEW Vi >RK iJTA i French
Praia I I Pompidou in
a leki ised inference at
nd ol his n iltuoui offi-
cial visit to l I'i ited States
. mbargo on
jrt v [si ael "will
wai does."
He i led thai France
did not I to sell Mirage
ibj i I ibj a did not
and if
' lid not II to her,
torn 01
Hi ,v,i. satisfied
srith \" n visit, d< spite
the ma demonstra-
tions he did not
visit a- .'. is thosi he did
Fm example, more than .">. BMtsttsn eathrred outside of a
hotel (there the French Presi-
dent :is being feted and stayed
lor lour h"iirs behind a | iunion, shouting anil currvinc
ptacaros.
Presidi nt Pu m h ci It-
icized mur J Lely-
wl presideni the American
Jewish Congress, for making
the statemi I I Israel must
and religious
Mate an I bn a state in the
geographical s. i like all other
Mates." This mow. Rabbi Lely-
eW said, betrays B dangerous
irutunderstandui ..t tht rale of
Israel in Jewish history and in
,np hearts oi the
Jewish ; i
The massive ilniK.nst rat ions
Ealaat the French PreaUeal
"Ml his \IideaH| policy were geii-
wallj regarded as Justified in
"' tmerlcan demoeratk truill-
|",n. hut rertain to have little
"'"*" "I..... thai policy.
France-; attitude on the sale
11 *ta ti ; ibya while contlnu-
''' '" WH lh lid the plane- Is-
'. paid for. ia un-
changed. Wine, reporters told
' Pompidou ol Jewish leaders'
il France reneged
leal with Israel,
" IVI'"": II yotl meet them.
cn tell them I am ready to
W THIS ISSUE
*'Mp A s.rmon
B,r Mitavah iob
r... Synagogues 10-,-.
Ch.n Tv 10-A
Dip
pay them back tomorrow." (He
i as n fen ing to the $56 million
Israel paid to the Dassault ail -
craft manufacturers.i The ls-
taelis have not asked foi a re-
fund, apparently hoping that thi
plant s i v. ntuallj i ill be de-
livered
Serious i oncern lias been \
press* d in Tan- this wi k ovi r
the remarks M |\ mpidou was
n porti d to have made in Chi-
cago It M as !, a, I d Ills CORIITM nt
ihat Israel was using racial and
11 iirioes ties abroad '> furthi i
it policies might cauai lati i I
I'm ih'i anti-S mitism to coin.'
cut into the opi n
Both Jewaah and non Jewish
clreSSS BSpteased thes- tears and
editorials in two leading nevvs-
papera implied that his remarks
nmi onwttttBgl) have created a
lewish problem in trance.
Whatever hta intent, common-
tatc is here said, his words can
li Interpreted in such a waj as
to give anti-Semitism "an aura
ol respectability in this nation."
A determined effort to play
down the Importance of the
Jewish protests emerged after a
meeting between the French
President and his Cabinet when
he returned from New York. Ob-
servers attributed the policy to
the government's determination
to Stifle a possible revival of
anti-Semitism in France.
10-A
4. A
'"""a B-B Wcddingt 8-tB
E"tiru e.9B _
Woman'*
Dr. Jarring
Is Recalled
By I Than!
UNITED NATIONS (JTA
As the situation became more
taut In the .Middle East, with
Vrab guerrilla forces continuing
i aids bi "ss the I ebarv -
in rder Into Israel U N Seen -
tary G< m ral I' Thant request-
ed the return of Dr. Gunnar V.
Jarring for discussions on the
situation. Mr Thant indicated
H would bo ut> to DT Jarring to
decide whether he should make
another tour of the Middle Fast
Capitals he visited on his 196849
peace mission
Informed sources at the United
Nations reported that braelhas
boon urged by the United States
Continued on Pea* 7-A
TEL AVIV (JTA i On the
eve of the ooening of the 81st
annual convention of the Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis, being held for the first
time in Israel, its president,
Rabbi Roland Gittelsohn ol Bos-
ton, accused Isrei l"s Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi lsser Untermann ol
' abysmal Ignorance" of the Ri -
f, iin movement lb was refer-
ring specifically to a statement
R iU i i Intermann maile that the
Reform movement had char
law Jewish Sabbath from Sat-
urday to Sunday,
Delegates to the convention
pi, dgl d not to lie silent if plans
lor joint Israeli-Jordanian rule
over Jerusalem were considered
is i art of p aee pioposals !> b<
negotiati d betw en Israel an I
Jcrdan. Such a proposal was in-
cludi'd in tin' i I.ins submitted by
U.S. Secretary of State William
P Rogers to the Sovii i I
last year
The 400 Reform rabbis at-
tending the convention navi also
pledged to carry out an educa-
catlonal campaign to explain the
Jewish commitment to Israel to
non-Jews, with special emi basis
on the land, the faith and the
people.
Rabbi Gittelsohn told the dele-
gates that all sectors of Jewry
should end their useless search
for and debate on "Who is a
Jew"" and get down to the es-
sential task of defining "What
is a religious Jew?" The noted
Kabbala scholar philosopru r
Prof Gershom Sholem, argued
Ihat the definition changes with
time, and no rule laid down
i ould be valid forever.
In H historic move. Rel
Judaism became the first branch
ol the Ji wish faith to officially
declare Yom Ha-At/maut, Is-
rael's Independence Day, a new
festival ol observance on then
religious calendar equal in Im-
portance to the other festival
(i lvs.
It was announced that !>
ning tins year, Israel [ndepen-
: Da ... i ,me a nai I
thi : gular Refoi m Jew Ish hi
i aj calendar, and that a
ious set v ii e for use on I
day had bet n en at< A by I
group's Isra I and Lil in .
milt s
Second 'Orleans Affair'
Erupts In Amiens. France
PARIS iJTAi Another "Or-
leans Affair" lias erupted in the
small French provincial citj of
Amiens, with Jewish store own-
era and businessmen being ac-
cused of kidnapping and other
immoral acts" in a rumor cam-
paign ihat has been spn ad by
word ol mouth through the town
The Amuns at lair broke out
several days ago in the same
mysterious manner in which a
similar situation developed in
Orleans last year. The rumors
seem to have started in a girls'
high school and spread from
there throughout the city. The
hardest hit victims have been
women's clothing stores, some of
which are experiencing a literal
boycott, just as occurred in the
clothing Stores ol Ol leans
A thorough investigation has
been demanded in an effort to
1 inpoint the source of the ru-
MUll S
Among the speakers a! the 1970 Biennial
Convention of the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) a four-day conclave beainning
Wednesday In Washington. D.C., will be Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United States.
Yitzhak Rabin, left. Presidential adviser
Daniel P. Moynihan, center, and Sen. Alan
Cranston of California. The agenda of the
convention will include major concerns of
American society and the Jewish community
-such as inner city problems, drug addic-
tion, the disintegration of the Jewish family,
new needs of the aging and student rebel-
lion on campus. A U.S. government accred-
ited agency for serving the religious, moral
and welfare needs of Jewish military men
and their famihes, as well as hospitalized
veterans, the JWV is the National Associa-
tion of Jewish Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs.


Page 2-A
Jmrtsii Ftcrkiiair
Friday, March 13, 1970
Residents Of Triton Towers
Hold Annual C J A-IEF Event
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spir-
ilual leader of Temple Mcnorah.
waa ih<" gwoal apcaaer n4 tin- ;m-
ru'.'il meeting of Triton Towns
iisi.U-nis held in the Deauville
Hotel Mateh s
Moayfa Patter s r.iHii of tin- S p.m. affair which whs
held in bchall "i tin- 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appcal-IsrarH Kmcr-
genoy Fond campaign of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Honorary chairman was Ncal
Amdur; ccehairmen were Herman
Raak Ament Will
Head Up Dinner
To Benefit Bonds
Plans lor the Beth Raphaei-Forte
Towsra annual Israel Dinner of.
State WBW o>iiip;> ic-d 'his week
;it a luncheon meeting Of the H Wl
OoinmitU'e. Th dinnei on behalf
Flansbaum. Murray J. Fox. Fred
Gillis and Samuel MHlits.
Etponnor* Included Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ine Alprri. Mrs Pail Ash, lr\intt llel-
sik. Mr :lnil Mrs Bdward Hrodll-s.
Mr. Mid Mrs Abe Ilr.n.ks. Mr. Hid
Mrs HenJamtn HuxhHUm. Mrs. Sally
tliealer, Mr and Mrs Loala DnvMoff,
Mr. nad Mrs. Osi-ar E^enenbera*, Mr.
and Mrs. II. IHnmrst.in. Mr anrl
Mrs. Samuel Dornuui, Mr and Mrs
Jnneph Krenfrooht, Mr ami Mrs Joe
1'. n'liiljjum. Mr. ami Mrs Harry
I'Vinm.in. Mr~ Roue Krunikiii. Mr.
in.I .Mis Mi.iris OJolub, Mr. anil Mrs.
I Mm- Gottfried. Mr ami Mrs M
tlotllleb, Dr. ami Mrs Murray Oroy-
it, ami Mr. ami Mrs Jacob Quttnutlt.
Also, Mr an.I Mrs. \. llarl.avy, Mr.
.mil Mrs. Charles Herbert, Mr and
Mis Arthur Hitter, Mr. ami Mrs. .1.
Hollander, Mr. and Mrs Morris Hor-
\rlts, Joneph imiin-rm.in. Mr. ami Mr-
Kly Jac-nhnon, Mr. ami Mrs M-irris
.lail'i-i-. Mrs l-V.-.I.i .l"s,-|i)i. \\\ ., j
Mrs. Fred Kali, Mr ami Mrs Prank
Kaufman. Mrs Yii.U't Kurfui^si. Mr.
mil Mrs Albert I efkou in. Arthur
1 1U"\\ ll/.. \al l..-\in. Lottl* Levfrle.
Mr ami Mrs Meyer Lavlne, Mr. n.:il
Mrs Martin Levlnxon, Mrs BerUia
Isrvy. Mr and -Mrs l.. a. LeWtoter,
Mrs. Blanche T. Lewi*. Mr and Mr*
ToHenta l.iiisi hut-/. Mr and Mm
David Merkur. Mr ami Mrs. Harn
Meyers. Mr. ami Mr* Jacob Mill, r
Mr. ami Mrs H.vnian Mlntz**r and
Mr. and Mr*, louis Mnne*.
Also. Mr and Mrs Ir\inj: Prttxcrt.
Or. ami Mrs. lEenjamin Queen. Mr.
ami Mrs ray Fti.e. Mr. ami Mr.
David Roken; Mr. ami Mrs Max
Rothman, Ban Rothatein, lira. Mar-
tin si,.|imer. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Srhwmrta, Mr. and Mrs. Ix.uis Ben-
wartz. Peitrl Setd.r. Mr anil Mrs
Alex shauh. Mr ami Mrs David
Sh.rman. Mr. and Mrs. Jach Sher-
man. Mr. ami Mrs jhirr\
Steinberg. Mr and Mr- [aid
er, Mr ami Mrs M\.r A
Mr. and Mrs mil WedU r.
Mrs. Joseph \V. initart. .
wodmsky, Mr and Mrs. ai
muih. Mrs Helen Wohwh
and Mrs. Morris Young
MORRIS PUTTtR
B'nai B'rith Presents Flags
The South Florida Council of
B'nal B'rith Lodges presented new-
. ly inducted citizens with Ameri-
can flaijs at two separate natur-
alization ceremonies, in the first,
U Inch took place March 4 at Bar-
ry College, some 900 flags were
presented. .Indue Kcan of St. Ix>uis
presided at the B.-iyfront Park Au-
ditorium piocttiiinrrs the following
; dav which saw 1350 person be-
i eome new citizens. Irving Matliti
I and Kmanuel Sussman made the
Hag presentations.
Ewi
and
Rabbi ffoob
Mr. Ament
n. ehairman of the
HiRh Hise Divlaloti
eta. I.
re TaUh-
Tj -hl.r.
Mr. and
Mrs N.
Wohlir.--
aml Mr
and Hen
K. Mden
'e
of Israel Xionm will taKe place
Sunday. March 29. at th< Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
i
Ra-bbi D.ivid Riab. spiritual
leader of Temple P.eth R-iphael anrl
a leader on behalf of Isr?.c!. will
serve as honorary chairman. I.',
Victor Ament, a dynimic leader]
in many areas of Jewish communal
life-.---) lo-Hrs-of the Ft*p T\sw-
ers Men's Social Club has beer
selected as ch-tirrruin of the B"th
Raphael-Forte Towers Israel Din-
ner of state.
Rabbi Raab tad M Ament
-lnntfunced t!.:t In heepii c With the,
stature of the evenl one of th. .
leading members o'' Israel's Dip
lomatic Corps \y.\\ com -to ."'
for the occasion. Arrai n s ,.r.'
also i ini '.. ide 11 I an ovit-
stending entertainer foi I gala
event.
Regency Club Activities
The Regency Club will nnvt at
8 p.m. Mondav in the Washington
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. A social, dancing and
refreshments will follow the guest
S] eaker Olga Chalalre, philosophic
astrologer. Stngtes are welcomed
to the cocktail dance scheduled l>
the club in Dean Martin's Celeb-
rity Lounge, lSGO 79th St Cswj^,
Friday, March 29. at 9:30 p.m.
In rime of Crisis we must con-
tinue to purchase ISRAEL
BONDS to keep Israel eco-
nomically strong and produc-
tive.
Mayshie Friedberg
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Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operart
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding,
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other
saleable merchandise which you no longer need
or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apart-
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Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 80 of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
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Page 3-A
Gertner Named Professor
Oi Hospital Administration
""^^ mT..JLL.PC 1 Writ?*? **~-11"*-*~* ha- auction of the exhibits will be
vanoft tional conaidtan.t on hospital and held Sunday Htniuon, with all
ntirsin't? home construction f"i the* | profits" goinc to the DaifrT^ffllitv
Project Hope Benefit Set
An Art Festival will be held for
the benefit of tha Hospital Ship,
I HOPE Saturday, March 21. from
JO a.m. to 5 p.m.. and Sunday,
March 22, from noon to 5 p.m. on
the ground! of Fuehs Park, tmo
State Convention Of JWV In June
afi.-cio Four Freedoms retlr
nnl BSaociMioP.
Women's Committee for Project
The convention of the Depart- |
ment of Florida. Jewish War Vet-
eran- of the United Staiis will be
held at tile Americana Hotel in
Bal Haarbour June 12-14. state
commander Arthur A. Selevan, a
resident of North Miami B< ach
has announced.
The organization's Ladies Auxil-
iary has scheduled i's convention
to be held concurrently with that
oi the men. state president Mrs.
Zelda M. Glass of Miami reported.
All day business seskms will i>e
held by both groups on Snnday,
June 14. at the Americana, and
officers for the coming year will
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Volume 43
5 ADAR 2, 5730
Number 11
Keeping Quiet May Lead To Disaster
President Richard H. Nixon's promise to make a de-
cision on Israel's arms requests within 30 days was deliv-
ered publicly at a news conference Jan. 30. And as this
issue goes to press some two weeks after the deadline he
himself set, that promise has not yet been kept.
The timing of the President's announcement on arms
for Israel is not really an important issue, for there could
be many good reasons for the delay. The bombing of the
Egyptian metalworks on the outskirts of Cairo which re-
sulted in heavy civilian casualties last month would, for
instance, be a good reason for postponement, based on
American interests in the Middle East. The New York
Times has indicated another reason could be the hostility
shown by even medercte Arabs when Secretary of State
Rogers arrived in Tunis on his African tour, and the adverse
reports coming from U.S. cmbassadors in Arab capitals.
What is unacceptable is the New York Times' theory
that Mr. Nixon is no longer in a mood to make c gesture
to the traditionally Democratic Jewish community, partly
because of the "increasinqly shrill" campaign by Amer-
ican Jewish leaders which ended in the demonstrations
against President George Pompidou of France.
There may be question as to whether the campaign is
"shrill" or not, but it is quite certain that American Jewrj
is not going to remain quiet while the Big Powers play
their sordid political games with the lives of Jewsno mat-
ter where they may be. We know for a fact that where
political leaders are concerned, our keeping quiet makes it
easier for them to take a course which may lead to disaster.
World Can Recognize Sincerity
The fact that the Soviets felt impelled to put on a show
featuring an all-Jewish cast speaks more of their concern
about the Jewish questions than the contrived and false
statements made by members of the cast. By now the
world knows enough about Communist "confessions" and
the pressure brought to bear in order to obtain them to be
able to recognize the difference between sincerity and
falsity, between statements given honestly and those made
under duress.
Of course it would be foolish not to accept the fact
many dedicated Communists, particularly those who have
managed to survive and reach high status, such as those
the Soviets put on exhibition, are no longer Jews by any
realistic definitition other than birth.
It is a commentary en the so-called classless society,
which claims to have eliminated bigotry, that Jews wno
have no Jewishness in their hearts or characters still must
carry a card with that distinction, rather than being identi-
fied as "Russians" or "Ukrainians." We grieve for these
actors, not because they were born Jews, but because they
are the victims of a totalitarianism which is little different
from that of Hitler, and must live in a land controlled in
much the same way cs the Gestapo controlled Germany.
'Hott- to'faw the problems W
cur educational Bystem Illustrat-
es very well the present-day
liberal dilemma. It is accepted
among the better educated and
that is where the libi ral outlook
Is found that radical reform,
destruction, ol our educa-
tional proc --< not only de-
sirable but absolutely necessary
.: An i lean i ducation is to have
any i k ai for all in the
future
The dilemma 1$ that the libi r
al finds himself unable to shake
the dogmas of the past concern-
ing public education and par-
ticularly so in the case "l the
Jewish liberal. Historically, he
has viewed the public school
Bystem as the bastion of Ameri-
can democracy, the pot win re
the iaces and religions and clas-
ses were melted. The Jewish es-
tablishnv nt, with the exception
of some Orthodox dissidents
who didn't count for much any-
how, joined with the Protest-
ant establishment. Including all
its bigoted elements, in fight-
ing off government aid to paro-
c hial schools. Since these were
mainly Catholic schools involv-
ed, and since at least pre-World
War 2 Jews showed little con-
cern that the public schools w< re
Protestant oriented, the civil
liberation stance was a popular
one.
On the surface, it sti'l is
among the Jewish organizations
commited to a social outlook
ADI.. Committee. Congress, etc.
When the question of Reform
Jewish day schools came up at
the convention of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
here last November, a majority
of the delegates beat down an
InnOCUOUS resolution! with the
major argument emphasizing
that old battle-cry of "separa-
tion Of Church and state." CVflD
though financial assistant was
en hinted at In tin resolu-
tion.
Bui theT ks, even
eignlficant on s, that go beyond
the open >t .nee of the Orthodox
who have i '' ll8
ln operation throughout the
need
mom y to i irrj on I haw re-
eotvi d enough n acti m from
last wei k's i olt mn which, 1
ho i will stimulate a frank de-
bate on thi Issue, to realize thai
j touch) d an i v osed nerve My
,!, aditr, : this week da s not
pi rmil an a lalysis of the re-
sponse.
Bv coincidi no t'
|i gislaters also announced last
week that they w ill Introduce a
bill at the next session which
aims to provide limited state
aid for pare. i private
schools, thereby joining some
26 other stab s which air ady
do so. It is no longer an ab-
straction, and no longi r, it is
evident, only a Catholic demand
t.i save a systi m which ia fal
ling apart economically. It is n
demand fti m a strong segment
Prot< st.mt i stablishment
and from an cver-yrowinsj and
militant yeshiva movement.
The history of the past decade
or so would indicate thai the
strii t constructionists w ho
re ad thi Fust Ann ndmcnl to the
constitution as having thrown
up a wall between church and
state have been fighting a los-
ing battle and. it might be haid.
because of issues which they
themselves have supported. Li-
berals have fought for Fed* ral
aid to schools on a massive bamis
and continue to do so. They
Created the Kconnmic Oppor-
tunity Act. part of whose war
on poverty has been waged
by EDWARD COHEN
-tHrmiglr the schot -- \n^
In loth the*
they have h. i.
conditions ol i i. i j
Indirect t
c d school Thi ,|0
attend paroi hi
deny them fro vt.
i>. oks. bus rides t j
has been est
not to ck ni< d ^
state courts, an n
l- ii : al rulings ,i- ... II.
While -'
and threatens t< i e.v j
under the "chil'.-' n< fit" i
f.
opponi nts ol I .....il
tinue to fighl even thi -ow
gi nerally a< ci pti I -on
the grounds | ,- gg
"Si cular ducat ii n" ol ti .^
i which is thi xeuse i th
Florida bill i in r< ality I. ,-$
the total pat
The nu. st on v nil h th
separationisl most ask ..if
t. .lav is w Ii, ihi i hi Is
fi ding a posltii t: w "'.i.!.
dati d and, thi n fore,
Bible. Yi st. i da> 's libers '-
\iKtk. as it COnci i I S ': lie
s< hool systi m and, by i v
our financing if it. ma i
n actionary vii thai is l .-
Pack the long overd
tion in American It i at Tv
time for a dual I ffoi' tic
and public, in educatii
young ma;.' have arrived
many radical-lib I al i il
say. And it is the libi ral d ni
that holding to thi old tal on
this issue and nol dot
a pre gram to m et the r
conditions may destroy tl
ideals for which thi
struggled for many year-
I I'll :ih- ..nil your cmieiwnt*
to mi- at till' l-'loriili.iii lit I in-. I
plan to continue with nil naclH
of this import:int quciti" STOf
the next several wwlm,
MATTER OF FAQ
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The first
demonstrations against French
President George Pompidou
caused a sharp word to be sent
from the White House to the
Israeli Embassy, The word was,
in effect. "Call off your demon-
strators" which the Israeli Km-
bassv was. of course, powerless
to d).
Next came the President's
last-minute decision, taken only
Monday morning, to tear uo his
Schedule and go to New York
tor the dinner for the Fn mil
president the same evening. The
purpose, was to show the most
marked extra courtesy to Pom-
We're Hot Proud Of These Leaders
Although the margin was the closest ever, the con-
servative ruling body of the American Bar Association has
again voted its opposition to the U.S. government's ratifi-
cation cf the Convention on Prevention and Punishment of
Genocide in spite of the fact that its first Jewish president,
Bernard Segal, supported it.
We are not proud of the attorneys who are in control
of the prestigious Bcrr Association, whose special and self-
serving arguments leave this country the only major nation
in the world who has not ratified the Convention.
precious cAflGo
pidou because the pro ."-ra"l
demonstrators had goni
Ing rude.
All this seems a bid m
view of the jackal chara I
Pompidou's Middli
policy. That polk) -
aim. after all. is to I v
resentment of future l" 5 aM
to Israel, in order to gel f st-
ing U.S. oil cone ssii i
ferred to new French i
aires.
All this is far less il
than the President's
failure to keen his | i
decide "within 30 d ivs
Israel is to gi t I
is rcraft which U
perately needs. Om
always crafty Presi i
try] [ to obs run a I
Ion to ii- taken I '
of the Inevitable -
Aral i Bui br i -'
ground alrcadj
decision adverse
longpr untliink.il
Indeed the Si I >
In adj pas
the Israelis Have quite
Phantoms and Skvhv
sun- air iupn U '
an see. But this is
l'uff is
For the time that mat!
more than a yen from
the first moment the I-'" ''
get their new planes it their rr
quest for them is approved. A
by then, the need for the planes
will be urgent. .
The contrast is frightening.
Continued an ** M


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Leaders Of World Join In
Tribute To Rabbi Stern
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
We Must Commit Ourselves Completely
Hoehe Dayan, and Israel .s
I**,. r merman w*r*
aid w01
JACOB C. COHtH
the
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:. ,: Government,
Literature,
ire joined in
b ite to Rabbi'
Mi i mi Beach. |
. i i on Sunday,
a .i :;oth An-
Banquet to |
iville Hotel at
>n:t sponsorship!
Community.
SI ite of Israel j
esident of the I
ir iry banquet
chairman, nott-d that Riblii Stem
will Ix* the recipient or the covvted
Jerusalem Pc ice Award in re-
cognition of his m my >i ,us of dis-
tinguished leadership in strength-
ening Israel
The banquet will mark the .>?thl
Anniversary of Rabbi Stern's ordi-
nation Dinner chairman is I.Hi-
aid Zttbert, who indicated that
nearly 1,000 community leaders
and guests in : thiou h ml thi
nation \:ll atten the banquet and
p trticip 'ti in th ti tbute.
Rabbi David i> Hollander, one
of American Jewry's itstanding
leaders, will !> the guest sp ik-
or. Rabbi Hollander is Cast r
dent of the RaJ binic il C i incil o'
America.
Amom; the hundreds of other
eminent leaders taking part
the tribute are R ibbi Ze\ Segal,
Pi -sident of the R b il >
c-.\ ,.. \...< c i Rab Mordec
Klrshblum, h ad of th< Jewish
Agency; Dr. Jow ph Burg, Isr lel'i
M nlster ol Sod il Welfare: D
S muel Belkin, head of Yeshi\ i
Univi rsity; Dr Emanuel Jak
vits, Chief Rabbi ol Gn it Bi
Dr Zorach W irhaftig, Isr lei Min-
ister of Rellgioui \: rs: Sen
Speasard L. Hollant, Con-. Claude
K Kirk. Jr.. Hep. Claude Pepper,
Secretary of state Tom Adams
Mayor Jay Dermer and Mayor
Chuck Hall.
Th.- banquet win be precede l by
a recvption at t!:.T0 a.m. Rasetvl
liom an S? per person,
RDffOR, The llmtm HoriOuin:
As an American Jew in disbelief,
and filled with frustration and
pain, I watch wtl it is hi|>~"iinv
again to my fellow Jews in Israel.
Along with the rest of the world
my country again sits by arid
watches as this time the Arabs.
with the military aid of Russia
nd Prance stand committed to
the extermination of the Jews.
There is no other interpretation
i f what is happening. Let us not
lull ourselvi s into m;:- false illu-
sions. This is what it is the \
t' rmination of the Jews!!
Do we follow the same pattern
as in the past Have we learned
nothing from the six million dead?
Presi lent Nixon has apologi d
I President Pompidou for demon-
1 strations against the French em- We must be heard now! We must
bargo of Israel, and France's air- act now. as a Strong and unified
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Beth David Now Accepting
Reservations For Day ("amp
in ih
Kioto
The Minyonalres Synagogue has made a
S-5,000 donation to the Jewish National
F ind from the profits of the sale of a lot, it
has been announced. The money is ear-
marked for the establishment of the Min-
yoncires Nachla in Me Ami, Israel, and the
development of our sister city. Judge Zev W.
Kogan. president of the JNF Southern Region
who received the contribution, praised the
Minyonahes for their demonstration of soli-
darity with Israel and the Jewish people of
the world. Shown are (from left) Ben Pellen-
berg, Ralph Novak, Isidore Kassler. Max W.
Temchin, Judge Kogan and Ben Diamond.
gram one of the fin. si
South Florida area," Mi
-=ai(t
'Not only are we -
talented and dedicated prof
staff, but we have ai 1
the finest recreation il fa
and a significant program. Our
; aim is to give ever) chi'd
mtr experience which vn\]
1 his physical, spiritual, and n
growth," Dr, Michi Ison a Id 1
continue until Friday. July 17. Registration will be limit*
The second sess m will start Mon- ....r^jr, number on a firs!
day, Jub 20, and will .mi.I Friday
August 11. Both "ill lie under the
An enriehed Sum-Tier Day Camp
Program for Beth Davffl Con-
gregation his been announced bj
Peter Klein, chairman of the B th
David Summer Day Camp Com-
mittee.
The ramp will tie based at fie
Beth David South facility a: 7500
S.W 120 St. Tiie first of the
two four-week sessions will be-
gin Monday, June 22, and will
July IT.
1 supervision 01 r>r Donald Michel-
( son, noted camp director and edu-
cator.
first-served basis, with Beth David
mrriv'i- receiving prioritj
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Concert To Benefit Child Rescue Fund
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will celebrate their 17th
ankd\i rsary with a salute to the
coining Sprinq Thursday. March
39.' at S p.m. in the Miami Beach
Auditorium at 17th Street and
Washington Avenue. Proceeds of
tiie concert will be donated to the
'l'lOTK-er Women's Child Rescue
Fuiid in Israel.
Highlighting the performance of
the "if-voice group, which is under
the direction of Joseph Mooney.
;.i.it accompanied by pianist Helen
Treitman, will be selections by
ti no: John Glade, a COnCl it and
lecording artist; Rose Byrum, a
I 11. coloratura soprano who was
formerly with the Metropolitan
Opeia Company; 16-year-cld flut-
ii Nickkc Scstok, and the Miami
Balalaika Orchestra, composed of
l'A musicians and dancers. The
soloists will tie accompanied by
Kaj Si stok, pianist
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All the booths for the Purim
Canrival to lie held by Knescth
Israel Congregation at 10:.T0 a.m.
Sunday, March 22, In the social
The..' will l.....half day program
for pre-school youngsters and a
lull "lay camp for those in the
first through sixth grades, pro-
viding experience and activities
which enrich Jewish life while
budding healthy hays and girls
Specialists in arts and crafts,
swimming, dramatics, athletics
the skill.-d supervision In their re-
spective fields.
"We are delighted to have an
individual like Dr. Michelson as
our Day Camp Diiactor. His know-
ledge In the Held of camping as
well as in working with young
people will make our summer pro-
hall have been made by the stu-1 dancing and hobbies will provide
dnts of its Talmud Torah. who
were competing for prizes. Su|>er-
vising the operation were Jacob R
Modansky, chairman of the board
Of education. Cantor Abraham
Seif and Shod m Epelbaum, edu-
cational director of the congrega-
tion's religious school.
Lodge Install* Officers
The annual installation of the
(oral <;ai>les Lodge 1682, B'nai
B'rith, will ba held at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 21, in the Ever-
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>Jewish Hcrkfiar
Friday. March
Russell Impressed By
Hebrew-Cubans' Spirit
"It was the most inspiring and
htai wanning meeting I have aver
attended." stated Robert Rui
ral CTralrman of the WTO I
, i tv I Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
ncy Fund campaign, referring to
Hebrew-Cuban dinner >;
re ntly at the 1"k a.
tel. "It was an unprecedented
: mring of spirit and con
our Jewish community in Mi-
- ,, II as i >nc< i 'i i h
..u of the Stati : .-: Iv
More than 350 persons it*
: .: tw l : 30 811 I
led th gala al
ir i F. Id) nki'. is, i
n d the appeal, and thi
sp. :. :. I with $90,000 : i
CJA-IEF drive compared to the
$22.00 raisi d al last y< ai -
The total raised by this Divi-
sion in 1968 was $53,000.
Alwut 500 of the 800 Hebrew-
Cuban families living in Greater
Miami make contributions to the
campaign. Mr. Russell said. "I was
really impressed by the sincerity,
endication and generosity of this
croup of Jews who only ten veal's
ago were forced to leave their own
homeland." Mr. Russell declared.
'They know the meaning of l<
' all that is dear to them, and the
other night, after $75,000 had tx.n
laiaed- -more than was ever before
tailed by this group -every man
and woman stood up when the call
was made to increase their pledge
to the campaign by 20',."
dent of the Rabbinical Avsociation
of Greater Miami will be the guest
speaker following the showing of
the rrm "Brit Shi an A S
ife."
The Miami Friendly Social Club
I i Purim Lum he in In b?-
: ol the 1970 Combined Jewish
a! Isra I En* rgency Fund
ami al rn or Sunday, March 29. at
the Israt lite Ci nt< r T mi le, Max
Garshag, presidenl of the Club.
is nnounced.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, vice pres-
: i!i R tbbinical Association
i Gn ati Miami and director of
the Community Chaplaincy Serv-
ice of Gn ati r Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, will speak on the current
eiisis in the Middle Fast. Kalman
Frtedberg, ticket chairman, is in
charge of reservations.
M 1970
Attorney Sees Sou
Admitted To Bar
Sam I. Silver, i
' the Dode Coi -v. Ba ksso
Lion w in- soi Dermi* T
as membi i ol tl :
ard admitted fa the ;
i...u 11 < nti.
At the recent dinner sponsored by ths Hebrew-Cuban Com-
mittee in behalf of the CJA-IEF campaign were (from left)
Isaak Sylberberrj. secretary of the Hebrew-Cuban Commit-
tee; Myron I. Brodie; Lt. Col. Dan Michaeli, gue:t sp3ak*r:
Ben Essen, and committee chairman Dr. Georqj Felden-
kreis.
Man-To-Man Panel Appearing Sunday
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
Ol Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service and executive vice
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will be the
guest speaker at a breakfast to be
held by residents of the Treasure
Houses and Treasure Point in the
Treasure House South social hall
Sunday. March 22. in behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
al and Israel Emergency Fund
The chairmen for the affair in-
t .d< Abe F. Fogelman. Treasure
South; Herman Schwartz.
asun Point, and Morris Urist,
Treasure House North.
Sen. Edward J- Guraey will be
the guest speaker at an Israel
Gala honoring past presidents of
Beth Torah Congregation Sunday
in the temple's social hall. Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Zvverner are chair-
mrnt of the affair, which is being
held in behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's CJA-IFF
campaign.
R' th Torah Congregation's ex-
ecutive committee and officers
including Rabbi Max A. I.ipschitz.
the congregation's president, Mil-
ton Hornstein. Stanley Cohen.
Matthew Fttinger. Sam Fox. Mrs.
Julian Frank. Joe Golden. Ben
Karp. Irving Kutler. Roy Marbrn.
David Misonznick. Irving New-
man. Mrs. Saul Schreiher. Judge
Arthur Winton. Burton Young and
the temple's executive director.
Max RothenberRwill be hosts.
The "Man-To-Man" TV pro-
gram pam lists set tl i n Ch. TV
during the past several years will
tx presented by Temple Menorah
Sunday at 8 p.m. Their topic will
bt Will GodAnd Man Survive
In The 70's"
Appearing on the panel will be
Rev. Luther C. Pierce, Father
David Russell and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, who have gained recogni-
tion through their ap|>earances on
the interfaith television broadcast.
Fach of the panelists, consid-
ered an expert in his own relig-
ious field, will present his tradi-
tional religious dogmas and evalu-
ate them in the face of the chal-
lenge of modern times. Following
the brief presentations, members
of the audience will be free to
question these experts, not only on
religious dogmas but also on the
wide issui s that uniti or s< parate
ihe various n lii ; n
Although then is an admission
charge for this forum, T<
Mi norah is i xti riding an invita-
tion to college students and their
professors to attend as guests of
the Temple and participate In the
discussion and exchange of ideas
on these vital issues.
Sky Lake Donar Luncheon
Mrs. Rose- Rot 'nberg wa In-
. ii)).; o< U it of s\v I. ike
:er 1338 B nai B'rith W im -n
at a r- 'nt 1 mcheon IvM In thr
Arlen House Th" chapter's donor
lonchein will be he'd in the Mona
Lisa Ronn of (*M Frien R'v Ho'.-l
_. .".-o .,, T'i,*'iv March 24.
Chairman Is Mrs. Pearl Israelow.
SAM and DUNIS SflVH
A i' sident of ( ral Ge
- nior Mr. Silvi r. ho
aw in Miami, is eui n nt
ner of the Florida Bai s
gow rnors.
Dennis, a graduatt I i
I'll s Senior High School
University of South Flo:
,t member of the charte:
Ihe new Florida Stall
Sehool oi Law, fron whi
tained his Juris F> ctoi
Now associati d w Ith th
flees of Ahrenholz
t Myers Be arh. h< and
Linda, are rnajoag their
Cimo Coral.
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wife,
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R sidents of Seacoast Towers
. -t will hold their third annual
art exhibit from 10 a.m. to 9 ;
March 17 through 23, in the
i'layhouse. Proceeds of the
exhibit, which is sponsored by th<
- Club, will go to the- 1970
[ JA-IEF campaign.
The bulk of the original oil
paintings to be displayed will be
contributed by chairman Nat Sil-
\erberg. and cochairman Sam
Rosenberg. Other works will be
donated by Sam Beloff and Mrs.
Less Schwartz.
The Workmen's Circle Branch
No. 1059 will hold a meeting in
11half of the 1970 CJA-IFF eam-
n at 8 p.m. Saturday. March 21,
-n the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 1133 Normandy Dr.. Nor-
mandy Isle. Miami Beach
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ation's Community Chaplaincy
.ice who serves as vie
Arthur A. Selevan, commander,
Department of Florida, Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States, will assume the chair-
manship of the Florida Depart-
ment Commander's Conference
in Orlando Saturday, March 21.
when items of state and na-
tional business will be discuss-
ed and resolutions for presenta-
tion to the state legislature will
be passed after an installation
luncheon.
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Page 9-A
Oleli llegel Tour
plan Announced
| u hat !.
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II y .. mi .-.. ;::. .i per-
l t viciO'lS
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I'M. pi is
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I .. has mi
ghl : di rael Bui
f.. .,:. i n firmed
t.> Pravda
I Lt. Gen. David A Drwgun-
}. Afti: '. name-calling
Drwgunsk) ;s]y con-
laded:
"TTk mi'Hary dictionary also
chides ox I* as tV ft rw .
Jtr'ai imi flit M light well
trat tin 1-.a< h nrmv will
lv to lh a |Any that if this
priiuKM to happen, the
| rssl 1 Arab armk i will put
>or>i Isnu I's whole Jew-
I letion. y. i while thi
I Stati ifflrs and hi -i-
r ilai tot Israel, the
the vi ry
ti over arms Nass< r
." s i -
| aln
:. [>igt< red is much
nity aboul i arms
I hoy
| SAM s or more
pancrd fight whal B il
- anyv, here,
r rous arms
ihi thii -
I abo it
I
less thl H-ts '. ositivelv
tjoy i1 | .,.. | y
n the ai
one part
star; I < thai th'
\ tiant'Sovii t-supplii ii SAM-
i law n -.. kneredi-
) n thai they have
I' WT! W v : U Iwn n
f\ and 10 of ihi Egyptians' So-
plied MIG-21 aircraft -
! t : Israeli Mi-
t -
tio rather
[ U that S i
, he
'? d without c Tnplete S -
to or* rate them
J
I '' C i ire another
r le-
'" :' il danger now
lh" the wedge
*t Soviet | articipation In
ih-Isra. Ii war. Already,
1 ran yingly
J i-
en and of*
I thi n- pre-
itants.
:' -i inci when
I on "x-klike
line ih.'
nt is taking is won
I B .i io is the
peoole on
[ still doing ail
1 this .
[ on which
, ist ultlinati
I -J.
to participate in the Oleh
, TV t for the entire I
i 11.290, mC $500 per pa rson
hn hrlrt E I | i. -.< s w III be
i the cost i i iii"1 tour.
Tin tai!< d pi
Litvak it< d, will Includi i
cries of ip< i event
v h .. ling Isro i Hgui -
as Pi I ne Minisi r i;
Mcii the Cl fa f Stafl
Haifa and
WIV.
i'h. re v. p several socials foi
the ( Iih Urge I prior
it. i: le| tun fron Mia i i
mil .'.
: i I it;.. nd< nee I linm i Ma 9
win i thi i of Stati
rial nenl I offlcia
ntatiri lurii
Oleh pilgi Imai i ill t
Imsl I to them.
Pi rsons des Idltl in-
fi mat ion n garding tins annual
i llgi in agi should i ontact the of-
fice ft thi Israel Bond Organiza-
'..... 120 Lincoln Head Mall, Miami
l aeh.
Purini Activity Is
Set By YM-YWHA
A fid range <>t Purim rtivitics
has been scheduled at tin' YM-
VWHA of Greater Miami. 8500
SW 8th St., foi age groups from
3 to 83, through March 26.
Thi- North County vmiia s. nior
Citizens Friendahip Club will hold
a masquerade Purini Party at the
.' 'ashinjrton Federal Auditorium
699 WE IfiSth St North Miami
Bcaeb, at s p.m Saturday* ChO-
drew of the Y's Rarly t*in'.lho Development Puipram will hold a
I'lirim 9tt>iel and Games ("arnnal
. n Friday, March 20: ttv Y Wom-
en an.) PTA of thi Y's KCD Di-
partmenl will hold a gala Purhn
fashion sh, w-luncheon on Wednoa-
day. March 25.
i >'. Ttiursdav, March 26, a final
Purim Masquerade Party for the
Y Young Single Adults group has
:n duled
Israels Deputy Prime Minister Yiqal Allon (right) and
Michael Litvak. executive ditector of the Israel Bond O:-
can.zction. which is sponsoring the July 14 Aug. 4 Oleh
Reuel Pilgrimage to Israel.
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+Je*iafr*k)rHkui
Fridqy. Mcrch 13
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Aii Open Letter To
Rabbi Max Lipschitz
Milton Weiss
Dr. M.tv A. Lipst-hitx. Rabbi
Beth Torah ( ^ntr. gallon
1 welcome this opportunity to
thank our Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association for its pledge
of supiKirt to
i G re a t r
>i i ;>. m i J< wish
F iMlcrat ion's
Combini cl Jew-
ish Appeal-Is-
rai l Emergency
Fund Campaign
of 1 !1"0. under
chairmanship of
Dr. Joseph Na-
roi and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff.
I Kir R abbis
understand the
'.n at and UTg* ill
i : r breth n. The need in
Israel is greater than ever before
seems to orsen as we hear
.,< with i i ir hi inous crimes
thi ilation
cial aii
kibbutzim and
i -. thi Sinai
com-
i ., daily with t i
incn ase i
-.;, k i nely and troubled.
All of these probli ms and many
..<< witnessed each day by
ii bis In every congregation.
Ii is with tins knowledge thai we
received their co-operation, and I
wish i" thank them.
The Temples and Synagogues in
our communit) who are sponsor-
ing an Appeal on behalf ol the
< ombined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency are:
March IVmplf Judea. Rabbi
Morris Kippur: Chairmen: Rich-
ard Horwieh. Marshall Harris.
Norman Kasscr.
March 15 Sky Lake Synagogue,
Rabbi Jonah Caplan: Chairmen
Larry Udell, Herman Shrlich,
Paul Verne.
March 15 Beth Israel, Rabbi
Herel Wein.
March 1") Beth Torah Con-
gregation, Rabbi Max A. Lipachtta;
Chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Zwerner.
March 22 Temple Adath Y.s-
hurn, Rabbi Milton Scblintky.
March 28 Temple Menorah.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz.
April 12 Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Chairmen:
Irving Kaplan.
April 14- Temple Kmanu-KI. Dr.
Israel, Dr.
Irving Li hrman.
April -1 Temple
Joseph Narot.
Those Congregations who have
al*VaOy h'eirf!uree*twt ParniNiigns
are:
Ti mpli Eh th Am, Rabbi H. rberl
imgard; Chairman: Leonard
I.uria.
Temple Sinai. Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley; Chairmen: Bernard Yed-
lin. Jack Neidorf.
v.)-!!< Israel of North Dade,
Rabbi Naftali Porush; Chairman:
Louis Starr.
On behalf of all our agi ncii s ind
lh< people of Is: ai 1 w ho b< i
from thi generosity of our Jews
of Greater Miami, I thank you.
I also want to extend our ad-
vanced appreciation and gratitude
' ill the ithi r Rabbis in Miami
who will, in their own way, both
in tin ir Synagogue and th. ir rom-
nitj expand I ir noblest ef-
forts to assure the ultimate suc-
cess of the Combined Jewish Ap-
] al-Israi I Erm rgi ncy K ind Cam-
MILTON WEISS
huli-man oi
< .lA-IEF ( ampaiirn
<* 1
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
5 ADAR 2 6:09
Beth David Youth
To Host Mexicans
Beth David Congregation, 2625
SYV 3rd Avc. its youth commis-
sion and youth chapters will be
the hosts of 40 Jewish youths from
Mexico City ni'xr July. Rsffil)! Sol
Landau, spiritual leader, has an-
nounced.
The Mexican youth group, which
will be led by their rabbi and sev-
eral advisors, will spend Shabbot
a! Beth David. Some members of
the congregational family will
provide housing accommodations
for them during their Stay, Rabbi
Landau said.
A complete list of the young
l>cople expected to visit Beth Da-
vid has been received, and the
pre-visit pen-pal letter exchange
has U'gun. he reported.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Pekude

By K \i..,i .-... r.L .1. FOX
"Why if flip Torah covered
either by its mantle or b\ a
Specially designated cloth in
between the portions which ore
remi publicly in the synagogue?
There is a prohibition mentiom d
in the Talmud (Berakot, Chap. H
stating that one is not allow, d to
I ave the synagogue while Ihe
Torah is being read. This is -.tie-
rally taken to mean that while the
si roll of the Torah is op n and its
k tiers are exposed to \ lew it is
i .!,.-!.,. n d to be an insult lo the
Torah and hence to God, to l< ave
lb, sj [ue. In order ti> allow
anyone who had need to leave the
synagogue before the entire n
ing oi the Torah w is concluded,
Ihe > en d hile lime
- ii 11 tu en thi n idin
portioi > pri set i1 n iding
and the next. While it is com ed

b rium should he have nei
Wnj K ii forbidden to deface
the structure ol a synagogue
in an\ wax '.'
The f toda> has a
sun ol ho iness th it w is
i aracteristic of the li mple ol
1 Id. Ii was forbiddi n to defaci
any part of the structure of the
temple of old and it is likewise
forbidden to deface any part of
The cloud coven the completed tab.
. : |J in the distance.
"Then the cloud covered ihe tent of meet
:v of the Lord filled the tabernacle." lExod
PEKUDE "These are the accounts i f the T
, vi n the ol the testimony, as thej
ling to the commandments of Moses, throu
il i. thehandol Ithamar, the son of A
18 .. 1'
All tin gold thai was used for the work u,.,
ii hi sevi 'i hundred and thirtj sh aftI
. \-.j\ the Mlver of them th were nu
the lion was a hundred talents, thouaj
hundred and three-score ind fifteen shek l&MJ
'And ilue, and ol purple, and scarlet, thej
is, for n tig m the holy place" (E> .: .- o3
With the cu ol the Tabernacle, Mo-
children ol Isi icl On Ihe I rsl day of the firsl h ,n
. rture ol the children i ..;
> set up. A cloud c >vi ii aiK3.
; of Ciod Whi n the
Is I on th ir Joui ney tl
the Pro
Rabbi Ranson Recipient Of lilinninaii .1 \{a
i >i .'- :
Hi forn I IF or-
.
'.-- n-iaiton of Rel R ib-
bis ol Ni w "i oi k l 'it> nd Vi
has I >' ith an ilium-
li history ol Ih Ji w is i Mar-
'' ntra I Thi ough tin
as a i. -. i'"i il of great afl
and esteem by his friends and
colleagues and in recognition ol
his di dication and si rvice to youth
Ihe structure of the synagogue ol preparing for conversion and mar-
riage, a work to which he has
today. Some explain this prohibi-
tion on Ihe grounds of creating a
positive attitude to that which is
holy and pure, instead of a nega-
tive, destructive outlook. From the
various things which the Rabbi
prohibited one to do in the skna-
gogue, it was quite obvious that
the honor of the synagogue was
paramount. One could thus not
use the synagogue as a short cut
in passing from one locale to ano-
ther. One could also not wear
military- weapons w hen entering
the synagogue. One's attire must
be clean and relatively formal in-
stead of a soiled or casual ap-
pearance Secular business, ordin-
ary jesting and the like were for-
> bidden as an activity in .the syna-
gogue. A proiicr attitude of re-
I spect and decorum was required
at all times. Some traditions for-
bid any type of informal or secu-
i lar conversation in the synagogue.
ii' VOl I:i -is, II
.
At I
.
i !- oi Ti mi
i 'ade. Rabbi R n -
its p ilpit Fi.
Rabbi, w ho mak<
Harboi I- u -
the Hi bn w L'ni
America in 191 I
congregations in Ni
York and Floi ids

'
IKacDinicai V-
cvision
The First Esl ite
rcqramfl
March 18Ch. I. B:30 a.m.
Topic: Drugs
Moderator; Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Hamp Coley, Dnited Health Foundatka
Director
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, ol Tern
Emanu-EI; Rev. Fred Harrison of Spectra
House; Father Shawn O'Sulhvan.
House; Father Sean O'Sulllvan.
March 1.%Ch. III B i.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood.
March I">Ch 7. 10 a in The Still. Small Vo
Host: Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Sky Lake Synagogue. North Miami
rKeliqrioMS <^<
'3
er vices
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morn* Barr. 1
-------------------
ANSHE EMES 2o33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Dill Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. S
--------
ETH DAVID. 26T6 SW Sro Ave.
Coneervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Pi: I;.y ". jn p m and > '" P m Ber-
mon: "l.,-;i'l.-r>hiti, Int-|rrlt3 Com*
Tl Per* ; 111 > n( BU -
..a by i Ini ^ SI
I (> Anv u JewlRh
. .i in Thi 1
i M
l>.i We it.Kily Need thr Bjmacocui
Koltowad by Oneg Shahbal In li......r
..f Beth Anniversary ol Mr and Mr*
Ueyer r*i edbera Saturda) ( .i m
Sermon: The Slat Century Torah
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix- [
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Arl 13
Friday p.m Saturday v : m Bar
Mltsvah: David, non ol Mr. and Mrs i
VVIIUam l i.-u- -. hin.iM Mlncha
l> .in
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Assistant Rabb! Jerroid
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday B:18 p.m itai-i.i Levy will
: SBu Centurj PrapheL" followed
speak Bennon: "In uii Pootatepa >l
by Ones Shabbat ana premiere ol
art eStllbil Saturday 10:45 .i m.
---- ---
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. 2:
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig. 23
--------------*
EMANU-EL (TCMPs.8). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Prlday S D.m and So p.m Sermi
DniKs eur Hr. .,i Dilemma Sat-
urday 'i .im The VVeekl} Portion
..f Hi.- Blbli Bar Bfltcvah Hark,
vim "f Mm ii.-ii.- and Mr Jai k .i
Preitas:: and lanee, non ol Mr and
Mr* Richard Pr isrei
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESMURUN JEMPLEV 102B
N.E. Miam Gardens Drive Con*
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky
Csntor Tibor Moues. SJ
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St at 1ttti
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schita. Cantor Jacob Renaer. i*
sVNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubal.
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
Fi daj 13 ; in I'...- Mltivah Shalle)
Si M, !l s itunla> ^i in
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 3?
Friday 1 IS p.m liuexl Rabhl Marlua
Si rmon "Whal Il"i"' N
There To Face Our Deapah Snturd-
ilav 1" 3D :\ in Rel \ u ill I., i ..ii-
duottKl by Mr Max Welt* Master
II. In n leachi r
ETH EL. fOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Frtda) 6 p.ra Saturday : m.
TIFERETH JACOO 'TEMPLE). 51
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Friday 8 13 pm Followed by '"_-
SI bbal Saturday 9:4! m Bar Mlts-
vah: Todd son M Mr and Mm \ all
HEBREW ACAOEMV 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 28
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
; in Sei moi The Pom
r li Ri -in mlM Koll iued hj
Katui _' >
\. |, .
11......1 I .-.* n '!". i' iii Sem *
(rloriimii H'ulur,
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 643 SW
Sth St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea S
p in i lueal Spi i ii r I n
l^'Uis Bchwartsman. Burean ol
I ii -' all \\
2ION (TEMPLEi. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. 16
$n p in s. imon i- thi
tlon i lap Real or Imaa
B tnrdaj m Bar Mltsi ah Bi ui
-.-ii "t Mr and Mr* Marvin \Veiwl
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHc CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A Gorfmkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Rahhi T.bor H. Stern.
^-k4Av
Cantor Meyer Engel.
2f
MIAMI RtACH
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Id
- IS |. m St i'i' in Why In-
i.ll.. tu.. In .ir. Hated."
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drum Cantor Nathan Parnsss 11
Prida) pin nnd 1 1". pm usuu:
AGUDATH ISRAEL T801 Carlyls Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 7t0 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. IS
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
OrthodoxJOafebi Shmaryahu T. Savir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 1*
8ETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Avi: Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Brest). 20
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfielrt
taniur Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 2
Friday 8:13 pm Sermon: \ Stnrj
f Kosakoi i Thi lory ol i:u- ai
i- u i> i Balurda) B m
NfcR TAMID (TEMPLEI. 80th St. ano
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Ed
ward Klein. 2%
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man, go
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 4(
Colhna Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 81
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ava. Rsbbl A. Ben.
Millet. as
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NS
19th Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. si
Friday in p m Batui dnj m R.
\' 'I Still The W .-t l.l I- Sll< a
Mlm ha '..'..". i> in
YOUNQ ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. Sf
Frlda) ; pm Baturdaj ft m .-' 1
111..11 "Bettlna il" BtnsTi loi
Bar Mlli> ah RuIh 11 ...i, ,>j ,m, .,,,.1
Mm Solomoon Clutlleb
C0RAI GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rahbi Morns Kip-
per, as
Friday l:IS p.si Servlm II] be 1 on-
'lu. 1.1I bj Mi Harold Jalli r
ZAMORA (TEMPLE)_44Zamora Avs
Conasrvativs. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy 41
I 1:15 p in s.-rin.
Than Whom?" Saturda
mon "The Pendnh.....
Mltsvah: Ronald m '
Henry Rabinowlia
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakla-J
Blvd. Reform. Rabhi R,e'"VL
Leviton. Cantor Jerome SSI
HAllANDAU
HALLANOALE JEW'SM dOT
126 N.E. Fir;* -
HtHlYlrVOOO
BETH EL (TEMPLE 5 MB
Reform. Rabbi Samuel II 1
Friday vl". P.m '" '
Lulher Plerc-i
K\|...t Prom M) Ji
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE
Monroe St. Conservative
Morton Malsvsky. Canto'
Oold.
SINAI (TEMPLE) '201 J6!"""*,
Conservative. Rabbi David sna
Cantor Yshudah Heilbraur.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLEi BtiO 8*
St. Conservative Rail" c
Winograd. Cantor Abraham
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE '"I
Conservative. Rabbi Morns *
Cantor Michael Frederick
suRfsmi
MOGAN DAVID CONGRE- .J
9293 Harding Ave SurIs 1 ^ ;,
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi ua.ic
rat '!
The Oene-
ip i-int in pai 1 -.
Saturday 8:4S .1111 Sermoi \i.--..;.
"' "" -|"' 1 'li Jun 01 1 'onai .
' In ;. in
FT. LAUDfRuAlf
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 4? K
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shsldor
Edwarda. Cantor Maurice Neu.
m
B< 11.r
Kri.l-y Bill p ni Bsntaai
This pagr it pep**
cooperation with tht lj"
Muni Rubbinicul An
Ciiordindtur 0/ the U "|
appr.i'mjj here "
DR MAX LIP^Hli-
Spinrual lea** of I
Beth Tosah Oo
or Norti/ Miami Bia:
li
m WSA-S-sr H--l, IMA,M OOJ. MAHAAOHl -J"
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March 13, 1970
+Je*tot> rhridH.nr
Pag3 11-A
[portune Club Elects
well 1st President
1%rs Will Honor
Irving Srhatzmans
The \km n ,,i Temple Bmanu-EI
will hold a banquet at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 22 tPurimi honor-
s'
Rywell,
;i Mi imi B
ected the
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Leonard Zilbert, vice president
nf Riverside Memoiial Chapel, Inc.,
;- chairman ui the executive cjm-
mittee ol Portune Club.
Other officers named for th<
coming year include Dr. Michael
S min, president ol Sossin Sys-
. ..., tr-(- vice nmtiiVnt: Dr .lix'i
Hauptman, a Miami Beach dentist,
- ci -i.il>. *;.i iron, C.P.A..
treasurer: and Jacob L ChernoT-
sky, public relations counsel ex
utiv \Ice prcsldeni
Rywell, who Ii\is with h's w fe
ind t".> children at 1610 I: i>
r>rt\ e Ml imi Be ich, is p it
president of the North Bay Village
Lions Club, a member of the board
of directors ol the Hebrew Aca-
demy, of the Masonic Order ami ol
the Fraternal Order of Police
Associates and former chairm in
of the executive committee of the
Miami PlorkUfm Basketball Te im.
A non-profit organization. For-
tune ciui) has its headquarters at
235] NK 2nd Avenue, Miami
Fershkos To Be Honored
The I >hv ill Ptnskl Club ill honor
piano Sara Fershko and her tal-
i nted pianist-husband, Chaim, at
its Ones Shabboa In the Ida Fish-
ii llmh School Cafeteria. Drexel
Avenui' and 14th Street. Miami
Beach, Fridaj evening. A talk i>\
I. Laaavin on "Yehudah Halevl"
win in' followed by a group o( Yid-
dish und Hebrew songs presented
b; Shoshanah Hoffman, who a,-
companies herself on the guitar
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IRVING SCHATZHAN
Ins Irving and Rose Schatzman on
their wedding anniversary.
Rntertainmenl will follow the
dinner, which is l ing h< hi in the
Frledland Ballroom of the temple,
and a citati n ol appreciation will
ly present) >l to Mr. Schatzman bj
Rabbi Irving Lehrman in recogni-
tion ol his 22 years ol devoted
-e:, ,, is i i rcless worker in civic
and community anaii s.
Mr. Schatzman, who Is president
ol Temple KnMnu-Kl> Forty-
Niners Club* has also served as
pn si cago Club ami Hie Miami Beach
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*Jettistifhrkffrr
Friday. March 1G
n j t> u Mart* Is Installed
Banquet r lannea I o Honor For A y^^ Term
Rabbi On 20th Anniversary
abbi Ralph Y. Carmi. si>ii itual
er of JEWl|ili Ttferpth Israel,
will bo honored at a formal testi-
AB8I tAlM r. CAR*)
monia] dinner Sunday. June 21. In
the Deauville Hotel, marking the
occasion of his 20th anniversary as
a rabbi, according to an announce-
ment made by Leon Goldberg, the
pn>sident of the congregation.
The event will climax a week-
end celebration commemorating
both Rabbi and Mrs. Carmis 20th
wedding anniversary and the 20th
anniversary of his ordination.
Serving on the Anniversary Com-
mittee will be Morris Finegold.
dinner chairman, and cochairmen
Norman Herman and Haul Mann.
"Temple Tifereth Israel is In-
deed fortunate in having so dis-
tinguished a rabbi and scholar as
B'nai Raphael Carnival
Congregation B'nai Raphael's
i riual Purim Carnival, with rides,
fcod. booths, prizes, a puppy raffle
and a basket of cheer, will be held
on the temple's parking lot at 14th
Avenue ami NW 183rd St. from
7 to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
from noon to C p.m. Everyone is
il vited
Rabbi Carmi. whom we honor with
the utmost affection and respect."
said Mr. Goldberg.
A mc mber of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, the Rab-
inical Council of America, the
Yoshiva University Rabbinical
Alumni. B'nai B'rith and the Ma-
sonic Order, Rabbi Carmi. a native
of Israel, studied at the famous
falmuuica! Seminaries Ponovi/h
Yeshiva and Petach Tikvah Ye-
shiva. In 1947 he received a schol-
arship to the Yeshiva University in
N'tvv York City, where hi was or-
dained in July. 1950 with high
honors.
He occupied the pulpits of Ke-
hillath Jacob Congregation in Fon
du Lac. Wis., and served as rabbi
of the Shaarei Zcdek Congrega-
tion in St. John. New Brunswick.
and Agudas Aeh-.m in Fitehbur^.
Dining his stay in Fitehburg.
Rabbi Carmi was active in inter-
faith work, served as president of
the Ministerial Association, was a
member cf the city's Council on
Aging, auxiliary chaplain at Fort
Devens and served on the execu-
tive board of the Hebrew Academy
in Worcester. He was a delegate
to the 1962 World Conference of
Mizrachi in Jerusalem.
Before coming to Miami. Rabbi
Carmi served Congregation An-
shai Sfard. Lynn. Mass.. where he
was a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Jewish Community
Center. He also was a member of
*.he executive board of the Vaad
Hatabonim of Massachusetts, and
served as its financial secretary.
Rabbi Carmi and his wife, the
former Rosalie Rein, are the par-
ents of five daughters. Leah, the
eldest, is 18; Sharon is 13. R.na
S. Rochelle 7, and Ora 6.
Some 3C0 persons gatherer! iv-
centlv for the ceremonies inst i!l-
ing Emanue! (Manniet Mentz for'
htt fifth term as president of the
1500 Men s Club. The event, which
was held in the;
Deauville Hot I,
took p!ace Sun-
day. M uch 1.
For the ninth
>ear in a row
the Installation
officer was Irv-
ing Silver, andi
on this OCC
Miami Beach's
Mayor Jay Der-
mer. who w as
guest of honor,
presented h i m
With the keys to the city.
Rabbi Irving Lehman, spiritual
ea ler of T. Triple Emanu-EI who
hi > never missed an Installation
of the 15(X) Men's Club, spoke to
the gathering, and the installation
was followed by dinner and a sh w
featuring headliner Ali/.a Kashi.
The invocation was given by Rabbi
Dav id Raab.
American Jewish Congress
'Shabbaf To Be Observed
tmonuel Mentt
Synagogues in Greater Miam.;
will observe "Ame:ican JV'aSWl'
Congress Shabbat" thi< vv.eke-iri
in honor of the work of the or-
ganization and its founder, Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise, whose greater ac-
xxnp'.lshments in the Amerisan
and Jewish community are s:i!i
-... bered with reverensce
i>:: in his lifetime Dr w
who was also a founding membei
,: the Zionist Organization I
America and the National Asso-
ciation tor the Advancement of
',): '.' <}( took great pride
in the fact that his birthday
on St. Patrick's Day
M I!.- til us 2U'0 members ar
affili ited with the 14
South Florida gronups ol a
can Jewish Congress, which has
been a pioneer in working.....
good of the Jewish peop
taken mvactiw role H .., n I
as civil rights, urban pr
th.> paration of church .ndsd
Rabbi Leon Kronish yf t
Beth Sholom. Miami 'i-,'h 3
the American J< w
n itior.al vice presu | ,.
dent of Its South b
Council. Mrs. Irving B r..u
Florida Women- Divis
lc.it. also serves is i ,;;i)p.,] J
president of the ,,: .
Women's Division, r I Y >[ W
!ch is the Siuthe ist i.
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The leadership if I .\~ -
lew ' will be hono: ed I
synagogues, and J
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Dr. Fox Gives Final Lecture In Weekly Greenfield Series
, motional Inaugural Conference for Israel
I ha record total sale oi S76.58O.C00 was
I iert .New York's Mayor John V.
FT" p ,.y prime Minister Yigal Allon of Israel a.id
an Samuel Rothberg. who is natio
Conference
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chairman of Israel Bonds.
[ban League To Hold 27th Annual Meeting
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Urban Ltagw Guild. Preskfc i I of
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Kloi. iw Jones; T. Willard Fai
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The 1969-70 Greenfield Adult
titul i to an e* Itlng
climax this Sundaj morning at
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.v r* n I ir Mai v In Fi ix ol I >hio
- i.ir- | i i g i i, mia!
n the 25-wei k si i ii i
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t T< i le I: th Jacob at 9:30
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FridqY- March 13,
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. iidwKin
American Power And The New Mandarins
X THIS book. Noam Chomsky a
professor of linguistics at
M IT. who has in recent years de-
voted himself to political themes,
ram ill thU)iibeiT.itionsoftaMio-hia- ,
man mind, particularly a schoknlv
mind. American Power and the
New Mandarins (a Vintage Book.
$2.431 is his collection of historical
and political essays.
The darling of the anti-Establishmentariens and
a vocal demnnstfator and participant in the anti-
Vietnam projects and anti-raei.st movements, the
author declares. 'The revival of anarchist thinking
in the 'Now Left' 1 which is aligned with the oppo-
nents of Israeli and the attempts to put it into ef-
fect are the most promising developments of the
past yoars ."
Chomsky uses 20 words for what could l>e more
adequately expressed in ten, and exposes us to noed-
less lengthy quotes and interpolations. He seems to
believe that if he consistently recites "mea culpa"
(the Latin equivalent of al chaUw* in Hebrew) his
polemics Bgfimt our government and principles pro-
fessed by tie "Seat majority'' are justified.
- An mffrf-sting paTaUel t.> Vhomsky's essay, 'The
Revolutionary Pacifism of A. J. Mustc" is found in
"Points of Rebellion'" by Justice W. O. Douglas, in
which George III of England and todays Establish-
ment are com|>ared. Japan's rape and murder of the
Chinese, the dismemberment of China, and by Infer*
enee, the bombing of Pearl Harber, arc justified by
Chomsky on the grounds that the Japanese were
forced to do these things by our dollar diplomacy
and the international mercantile aggrandizement by
Greet Britain and America.
A confluence of Chomsky's hist rkal Writings
must lead to a rediK-tio ad absurduin wherein two
wrongs make a right. He has arrogated to himself
the prerogative of adjudicating who shall be painted
white and Who tarred black. In Vietnam, we are the
aggressors and imperialists even though "the colo-
nial war was the decision of a liberal Amcrk
administration with the supjxjrt of U ailinc aj
litical figures, intellectuals and academic figures.
His attack on Amei ican intellectuals i- extended!)
their forniahiUen'Of an ideology of social cnta J
that "falsifies, restricts and subverts it though M
m vcr explains how or why.
Intertwined in his criticism are truths about "S
immorality of American politics. One wishes ll
the "silent majority" would awaken to raise (hi
voices in protest against" the politics ol ,,,-,...
d.ition that successfully excludes moral conside I
tion." The Vietnam fiasco will end. I
our government will not wive the basic probV
Vietnam is an effect. We must address ours |
the caust b.
A. J. Mustc wrote that in a world buill on v
lenee. one must l>c a rovolutionarv before one
lie a pacifist. This ,s Chomsky's creed \v mid thai
lu' and his i'k devoted themselves to I
of violence non-violcntly.
Commentary
by JACK SIEGEL
A Question Of Conscience
Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SIU
Another Nader
|k|OT LONG AOO Leonard Bernstein, eminent pianist,
composer and conductor, had a party in his Ni w York
apartment to raise funds for the defense of the Black
Panthers. Such a hue and cry was raised as a result of
this action that Mr. Bernstein wrote a letter to the Jew-
ish Press to explain his motives. In it. he said he knew
some Panthers had an anti-Israel, if not an anti-Semitic
attitude, and while he did not agree with the Panthers
ideologically, he did l>elieve they had a right to defend
their positions legally, and it was for this purpose he had
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SAIPETER
A Familiar Game
A SHORT WHILE ago, it would
haw all gone down under the
heading "The Mysterious Orient."
But repetitiousness destroys mys-
tery and familiary breeds con-
tempt. And 10 one of the two
'dramatic turns' in the Arabworld
last month bad less impact than
Caini would have liked and the
other evoked much less surprise than would have
been good for Amman.
The (;?-.t Instance was the announcement made
by Egyptian spokesman Ell Zeyal on the eve of his
departure from New York that the proposals made
last Decembet by U.S. Secretary of State William
I', igers c >uld form .1 basis for a political settlement
of the present Arab-Isra 1 conflict. While sonv pol-
iticians and commentators were again caught in the
fly-trap, most observers, recalling the performance
of Egyptian Foreign Minister Fawzi last year, were
le-s than enthusiastic. At that time, the Egyptian
statesman in several press conferences had express-
ed hi nation's readiness to conduct some kind of in-
direct negotiatiens for a "peaceful settlement" and
reaped a bountiful harvest of editorial- welcoming
the reasonable attitude of Col. Nasser's government.
The reports of these statements reached Cairo at
about the same time Mr. Fawzi did -and the Kcyp-
tian government frantically denied Mr. Fawzi ever
said such an unspeakable thing and claimed the
whole affair was just a misundoistanding.
Sure enough, the show was related, with Cairo
declaring HI Zaynt never said what .very curre-
spondent he ird him say. All he sai I. Cairo explain) d,
v. thai Mr. Roger 1 n ;>osi1 bad points that need
not b" denounced outright such n- the need to
implement thi IN Securit) Council resolution of
N"'- 1967 inly if 1; is implemented
ncc irdii to Moscow's pretation
nui h ati 1 1 ol

Hi First one tries
I in the v.
tnak
dj In Um At I shows
king them rioualy.
Kin [Hi w n 1 V 1 rep -
titious, S past he has issued dra-
matii t. 1 ii curtailing the p er of
!l" th it have become i it) tfl
within the Slate of Jordan. Bit again, as in the
past, when the terrorists resisted him by force, King
Hussein quickly backed down and gave in. Th s time.
however, it looked as If Nasser set Hussein up a- a
fall guy and pulled the rug from under him.
Bum ..-. ., 1 .. ro-j -i
attempted to gather funds.
What can a Jew do about a group of people whose
political platform calls for support of Palestinian guer-
rillas and their exiled Minister of Information at lacks
what he calls 'Kosher Nationalism?" 1 Before Kldridge
Cleaver lied this country, he made a public statement
saving that Arabs and Jews would get along if let alone
Has his change of heart come from a deep consideration
of all the political, ethical and moral problems existing
between the Atab and the Istaeli? Or was it in deference
to the feelings of his Arab hosts? 1
Living in the '"third world." which Is what certain
militants and radicals call that part of the globe Identified
vith neither the United States nor the Soviet Union, ones
point of view can change.
The Third World itself is fractured, with frequent
coups d'etat. Political attitudes depend upon whether the
patron country is the United States. Russia. France or
England, and whether the pcopl- are Moslem or Christian,
Protestant or Catholic. Nigeria is a ease in !'int. and the
convolutions are varied and full of surprises.
One en.nnot separate what is going on in this country
from what is happening elsewhere. So we came back to
the same question, and to the famous statement made by
Voltaire: "I disagree with you but defend to the death
your right to say it." The Panthers are one expression
of the ferment among black people They are militant,
and subscribe to the use of force, but in what they believe
to be self-defense. Their program calls for a eh inge in
the American political .structure, possibly along Marxist
lines. Their belief that black people will not gel justice
In the United states could explain, but not necessaril)
Justify, their behavior in courts.
We must never forget the lesson of Germany, where
th< Nazis' first target was th Jew, followed by dissidents
ol ever) denomination. And it CAN happen here, it
could start with th.' Panthers. Regardless of their pro-
gram, with which we can strongly disagree, they are en-
titled to the full benet't of the law. When this requires
money, we should follow Leonard Bernstein's example In
finding it for them
As Jews, we can do no less.
Israel Newsletter
w
* '
fE HAVE another Ralph N
in our land. Mitch" II K'ir-
became a one-man 1
legislation to brine 11 gnj
safely in boating and t sutr.t
Camps after his son \\ edtd
years SgO in a bo Itins ac
a summer camp.
A resident of Wt
Mr Kurman learned to his consternation that let
are virtual!) no legal safeguards requiring
devices on rowboata and canoes. Wore, he din
ered lhat the world of summer camping lies .-
legalistic Jungle Camps here and th
to sanitary standards, but few arc compelled
screen their counselor-personnel in an> waj VI
tually anyone can 1>- hired as a <:.i:v- insel
Including incompetents and degenerat) s
Mr. Kurman set to work, and has tin e travels]
thou* inds of miles and seen hundreds 0
h herculean one-man effort to persua
in man) state, and the nation's capital I
thing about this shameful situation I!- ; j
ance has been incredible tun his maja -
ihievcd through coincidence md the 1 ningofi
1 Igedy He was able to reach ('. >. Mdl
Roek< feller as the result of the leath >f th'1
ernor's son in a water mishap and his
with the governor's minister The
handedly got pa*cd !n Albany is. h "''
'" v strong law And he has had
su ss in his ow n state ol <' mnccl
On Hi- federal level he is stym ei. His
bottled up, be iv s. b) a Si n
h< ded by Sen. Ralph Yarborough.
Your child and mme ma) recei1 iter
tion as a result of the work Of this
man. Mitchell Kurman. whose aim 1-
from sustaining the crushing blow
h:s wife Bravo, Mitchell Kurman!
By CARL ALPERT
How Can Arabs Save Face?
r^Hpaji|^-^| tiik Israel-
Tm l\
I 9 is b' ini: foughl
I .'1 tWO ll VI Is.
1 :ii- is th, con-
ventional war
ins and

P I a n s Is-
I's continuing, ot 1 w h< l ing
supi riot ity on this level is un-
' ikable. Y 1 d< 1 isive victoi v
ii I '
-called v ar ol
has not bi t pea
1 los.r.
Tin strugj le which Israi 1 is
m 'T winning is the v ar ol 1 sy-
1 ology This is not fought with
conventional military weapons.
Indeed, the greater our victories
on the field of battle, the mole
remote eventual peace seems.
The more humiliated the Arab.
the mote frustrated and stub-
born he becomes,
Israel's great mistake and
thinking people h. re are begin-
ning to realizi 11 has been
in b lieving that b) inflicting
di cislve military di t< al we can
thi Arabs to the |x .<
ignition of I
' to 1 m 1. and to evi ntual,
; lb it
Aftc r all, an allianc 1 -
I
ire oi the entln
itry, comnv n igrii ilture
and 1 lucation, would be an
' noi n ,, -, Ai al.., and
alike.
We have forgotten that we
on dealing with a a mH ri nl tl
people. Their pride has b 1 n
hurt and their dignity affronted
To make matters worse, it is a
woman who stands at the head
of the Israel government and
talks of superior strength. Pre-
sumably it is the wo "'
will dictate the ; (
Such a situation J
mpatible with '
or Mid lie Easl 1
I am not 1
let th
to make tIn 1 1 1
ii 1. 1 do .1.1 that 1st
is I hi .
issun J
md survival, but
di lud ]
l. ad to p a U
'' I
time seek ,
tUona winch will I I
\,,bs to rescue 111 I
and save face, without "
mining Israi I set ity-
Without such a seU.U.Wl *
shall simply be lac d "|tl
tinuing military stalauon.
may win every hat tic but
won't win the peace.


March 13. 1970
* Awlsti Horktlan
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,r* CIRCUIT COtSTOr
Lair EVEN'" JUDICIAL
JlTOFFLOR'DA IN AND POR
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IN AND POR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-149
JUDGE GEORGE T CLARK
In RE: Estate of
Al PONSO < A.M.M.M.I.KRf
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Cradltora ami All Persona Har-
iiiit Plaima .-r i ...niai .i- Agalnal Said
1 j-tate:
Voy an- bereby iiot'fie*! and reouir-
..il tn praaaol nn) elalou ami neruaniln
n hi. Ii v.-o in.iv hav*. aminat th** **h-
tate of Al.lMNS" CAMMALLER1 .1. -
ceaaad laic of Dade t!..unty. Klornia
to the County .ludeex of Dade County,
and file the same In duptli-ale and i-
l.n.vnle.l in Seitlun 7.IS l(, Floriila
statutes. In their office* In the <'..un-
t\ CourthouM In Dade County, Flo-
rida, within m* calendar BtonUaa from
the lime of the flrat publication here-
of Of the fiallle ulll be barr.il
Dated at Miami. Fun-Ma, Ihla i"th
ila> of February. A I' i9T"
B \i>ii: I' CUFF
Ax Administratrix
Ptral publication ..f thla notloa ->n
the ...th fiat of Kebruarv. u?"
JOSH REPMCN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND POR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN r lOBATE
No. 70-238 tCLARKI
In IIF Batata of
I.K.STKIt l.ll'St-X
Deceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.-aOl'l All I'.-i .-...-
mar Cluinir- or IVmaml Agaiuxl
Kstate:
Vou are hereVr notified and re.
iiuinxl la pre.-, id'aeiy tltera' a11 I de
in.hi.I.- whi. h you may have against
the eatate c.f I HSTKR LJPSON d.
caaaad late of I>ad- County. Plortda.
'., ttM County Judge* .1 Dade County,
and file the maw In duplicate and ..a
provided in Bectlon T".." lo. Ftoiida
Ktatutea, In their offices In the f'ounty
i 'ourthou.-e hi Iade I'ountv. ITriridM.
within mi oalendar naonths from the
lime of the fir-i publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida. Dux ICtk
da) Of l"ehruar\ A I 1970
JAN IK 0RO88MAN
A- Bxei utii\
First publication tif tin- in
_"ih ii.iv of February, I9*n
HARNBTT ROBIXRON. Jit
Attorney tor y.\>-< ut rix
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IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Nc 70-67*
JOHN R BLANTON
in US li -f
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-834
In IIF. KMate of
SARAH EtOlOJLNDBR
, Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Person- It ,v-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
i: '.it.
Vou are hereby notified and re-
. nuir. .1 u present ..ny claims ..i (
I demand* hi. h vou may have against
, the estate of SARAH ll"I.I_\XI>KK
di eased late of Dadi County, Flo-
rida, i" the County Judges ..i Dade
Count) ami file the same in dUpli-
. iti and a.- provided In Sei lion "
Florida Statutes, in their offli in
i ihe County Courthouse In Dade
! Count) Florida, within *li calendar
months from th. tune of the first
I publication hereof, or the .-ami- will
be barred
11 .! ..i Miami, Florida, this 2nd
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AND F. LADE COUNTY.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name !
of FOCR FREEDOMS NATlt'NAI.
MKl'H'AI. SERVICES CO il h a I
FOCR FREEDOMS MANOR at 4J
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
Intends t" register said name mth
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade i '"unty. Florid.,
FOI R FREEDOMS N'ATIONAl.
MEDICAL SERVICES CO
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Miami It.... !. Fla.
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FOCR FREEDOMS .MANOR
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. /0 566
Il RE I. lute ol
BERTH \ -A BAVER CHAPMAN,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 70-256?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HERBERT OKU RR.
Plaintiff.
SERENA riEIXER
I lefelidan'
Ti SERENA OE1 LER
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Brooklyn. New Y.iri <*
You. SERENA OELI.KI! here-
h) notified that n BlfJ "I Complaint
for Divorce has be. n filed -
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a copy of your Answer "t 1' .-adit.it
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Plaintiffs attornej BATTTSTI FER-
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i'..ral liable-. Florida and fl the
original Answer or Pleading In the
offb. of th- Clerk ol the ''ir.uit
Court 01 or before tin 20th dav >f
March, l" i If you fall to dS
judgment b) default will h< tal
agaln*t >ou f.-r the relief demanded
m ih. Bill of Complaint.
Tin- notice .-hail la- published once
eaeh week for f.mr consecutive weeka
m tmi: JEWISH Kix'itiniAv
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, thi* 12th dav of February
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K R I RATHERMAN ibrk
Circuit Court, Dade Count) Plorida
H\ c .: ii d'V \ S
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BATTI8T1 KBRDIE. KENWORTHT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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No 70-:?5iS0
SI IT FOR DIVORCE
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. I Jew Must Be Born
fJeWlSll Floridian To \ Jewish Mother
Florida March 13. 1970
Cabinet Meets In Special Session
p, Special K-|Mirt
ERUSALKM Israel's CaM-
L, met with Premier Golda
liir'v. i" ipocial
CLC, Th. d. lav in President
En's reply Israel's request
T Phantom jets and
Vr sophisticated military
_:..-,m was the topic of dis-
C n was reported. The 30
j,w within which he was to
this decision on their hid for
Em to balance those being fur-
Lfch.,i t'r.t Arabs by I'.ussia was
i last week, and n<> word has
received fn m Washington.
Althoueh bi.th Israel and the
|l-ril,-<: States both insist that
widen! Nixon's decision does
tot bin 's '"'rr' "'
lOttry activity, the fact rc-
that Israel has not re-
Llit(d in stnnijth since Arab
trfo::<;t< sab taged th. Swisaalr
In resulting death of
1; pen : |N '""
L. Canal
y ir i 'airo has
i
raged by
the pro-Israel statements made
by 39 prominent Russian Jews
in Moscow, and their report that
80.000 Jewish families, including
themselves, had asked for per-
mission to move to Israel, t<: t
their requests had txtn denied
by Soviet officials.
As the government i". Beirut,
Lebanon, made additional moves
to curb Arab guerrilla activities,
El Fatah announced that com-
mando raids over the Lebanese
border would be continued, and
Israel announced it was fortify-
ing border settlements. A decl-
aim ^ns Bnnprintlv K. en made
! Sisterhood Marks Purim
| The next meeting of the Sister-
I hood of Temple ?.Ienorah will 1- a
Purim celebration at 12:30 pm.
Wednesday in the Crimson Room
of the temple at 7438 Carlyle A
Miami Beach. Ellen Btikstal will
oresent folk songs, accompany!]
herself on the guitar Mrs Sheldon
Lelchuk .- program chairman: Sis-
' terhood president is Mrs Ess
Wolf
to delay carrying out its report -
i threat to apply a scorched-
earth policy as much as six mill s
inside the Lebanese bordi r.
Purim Bull-Art Sale
Ti mple C)r Olom is sponsoring a
Purim Masquerade Ball in thi -
<-ial hall of the tempi., located at
8755 SW lt">th St., in conjunction
with a Clothesline Art Sale ached-
uli d simultaneously in its YVald-
nian Hall, featuring the work of
prominent local artists. George
Freedman is chairman; Mrs. Jack
Lubln and Mrs. Arthur Priniak are
m charge of reservations.
Discussion Group Meets
The Shulchan Aruch "Prepared
Table) will be discussed under the
leadership of Dr. Sigmund Fogler
Wednesday at 2 p.m. when the
Great Jewish Book Discussion
Group meets in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
By postal Report
Section F JERUSALEM The Kn. ssj I
voted Tuesday night. 51-11. that
a Jew is a person born of a
Jewish mother. Nine members
of Israel's Parliament abstain" d
frcm the vote, which implicit!)
denies the claim that Jewish re-
ligion and nationality are one.
Provision was made under the
"Law of I'.. turn" that G'ntile
children and grandchildren and
spouses of Jews automatically
beo me Isra< li citizens upon em-
igrating to Israel.
The immigrants, however, will
rot be officially recognized as
Jews unless th.y are converted.
Even this rule does not apply
automatically, since the Ortho-
dox rabbinate here has complete
authority over marriage, divorce
and burial.
The action of Rabbi Monahcm
Porush of the Agudat Isra< i
Party, who spat upon a Reform
Jewish prayer book, brought an
official apology to delegates at-
tending the convention of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis here from Premier Golda
Ml ir.
The orthodox Jewish leader
was protesting the elimination
of references to a personal Mes-
siah, the rebuilding of the T -
.is. and the resurrection of the
dead from tba Reform praj r
book.
Dade County's Mayor Chuck
Hall has announced his candi-
dacy for the governorship of
the state of Florida on the Dem-
ocratic ticket. A 20-year resi-
dent of Dade County, the 52-
year-old Mayor is serving his
fourth 4-year term on the Com-
mission.
Paul Gordon To Be Honored At Monthly
Niglas Gardens Birthday Celebration
': i: an Auxil-
ting the
i rty at the
Irish Sun-
py t : r ol hi i
; '. bra-
Ull R ib) Audi-
it: 151
JA tttil IN" it) -lit-- -
f: ler ami
Hos| ital, a
Uow si : Brandeia
his tinan-
*i : t to many
Ih.r (hi
I G >rdons,
r South
p: Rt-ai h. have
f*"n i*: lenti since
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P*-'^ : star ami
dinm will i nti t tain. ac< i n
: ank d I Sandra Shaw ai i
ing t.i Mi Lo tis Makovsk)
gra halrman. Mrs Lawn
la pn ski" -.i ol the Aux-
IHary; Mrs s..i Bilverman, honor-
ary life president, also serves as
Auxiliarj Building Fund chairman.
The Home's Junior Auxi
will m t l ui sday no n at Hat
House South f""' lunch, on. G
I speaker, Judge Theodore R Nel-
son, will discuss "Saving Taxes
...!.I Costs through Floi k'a R si-
: ce and Wills." Mrs, Libby Ha-
lt., nt, Mis Rena Ratner and Mrs
h.tt.. Frank" 1 are in charge of
i reservations for the event. Mrs.
Jav Rechtschaffer will preside.
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*Jewlst Friday. March 13,
E. Albert Pallot of Miami, right, chairman of B'nai B'rith's
national commission on community and veterans services,
presents the commission's Award of Merit to Rep. Claude
Pepper (D-Fla.) as Mrs. Pepper looks on. Presentation was
made at the annual meeting of the commission in Wash-
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Jo Amar will star in the Israe'
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presented by Beth Moshe Con-
gregation Thursday, April 2, in
the Miami Beech Auditorium.
The Ayalons, Sara Aviani,'
Bernie Berns, Shlomo Rabino-
vicl and the Dahlia Dancersj
will also be on the program,!
tickets for which are available1
at the temple, the auditorium's-
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stores of Burdine's and Jordan
Marsh.
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.March 13. 1970
Jewis* /fcrttfer
Page 3-B
'I
Philharmonic to Benefit
Two leading opera artists, R<>-
nat i Ttfbaldi and Franco Corelll,
\. ill be featured in the eonoerl
given t>\ the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic at 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
en 19, i" rais Funds for the
orchestra Alain Lombard, the
Phdharmontc's music director, will
^nrtwi Ike erehi strs if* tW****^
lormano. which u-ill held in
the Dado Countj Auditorium.
KOSHER & PARVE
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Puts kick in your kasha.
M.,.~ Weiss, president of the Greater Miami
I Ziilk Federation, was the recipient of the
' Haro" B Bosworth Memorial Award at the
LJ": dinner held by me Mercantile Divi-
5|on erf the CIA-IEF campaign under the co-
m&
chairmanship of Herman Hammer and Louis
I. Davis. From left to right are Mr. Davis.
Mrs. Harold B. Bosworth. Mr. Weiss, Arthur
S. Rosichan, Gen. Yeshayahu Gavish. who
was guest speaker, and Mr. Hammer.
- in a traditional Purim program at Eogtle, 1415 Euclid Aw.. Miami
I Rabbt Cantor rOrTICipwa the plyt be held by the Slater- Bcaoh. Proi.....til go toward* the
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PTA Studies Need For Youth Center
Mn. Albert Rosenberg, president
cl Miami Beach Senior High's
FT A, has announced a study group
onsider the proposed Miami
1. .1 Youth Center at a meeting
i.' tbe school library rrom 10 a.m
1. 32:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Dr. Solomon Lichter. principal
Mrs. Jeanette Hunt, director of
the Coral Gables Community Cen-
I U r. and Louis Tassi. director of
Community Schools for Dade
1 County will share me platform. A
* question and answer period will
following the showing of the film.
"To Touch a Child."
Mrs. Jack Greenberg is vice
president and Mrs. Simon Spear is
chairman of a Study Group Com-
mittee which includes Mrs. Milton
rcidilman. Mrs. Richard Good-
man. Mrs. Bennett Use. Mrs. Nor-
man Giller. Mrs. Jason Berkman
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1970

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Fish, cheese and eggs form the basis of these quick supper ideas.
Most can be prepared well ahead of time so that you're free to share
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the makers of Hellmann's and Best Foods Real Mayonnaise.
and Mrs. Ralph Murvis. The hos-
pitality committee is comprised of
Mr*. Alfred Mart, chairman. Mrs.
liwin Teplis. Mrs. Burton Kahn,
Mrs. Sanford Levine. Mrs. Hans
Maivu.se. Mrs. Harold Land. Mrs.
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1/2 pound American cheese, finely
shredded
3 hard cooked eggs, shelled and
chopped
1/2 cup hellmann's* best foods**
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chopped pimiento
1 tablespoon chopped celery leaves
or parsley
.1/2 teaspoon horseradish
Salt
4 hamburger rolls, split in half
Combine first 7 ingredients. Spread roll
halves with cheese mixture. Broil 4 to
5 inches from source of heat until golden
brown. Makes 8 open face sandwiches.
2 per serving. (Hellmann's/Best Foods is
real mayonnaise... doesn't separate even
when heated in recipes like this.)
THIS IS
THE
COFFEE

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Po-Tunas
4 baking potatoes^ baked
1 1/4 cups hellmann's/ best poods
Real Mayonnaise
2/3 cup grated American cheese
1 4 cup chopped green pepper
1/4 cup chopped pimiento
1 /4 cup chopped scallion
2 (7-ounce) cans tuna, drained
1 egg white, stiffly beaten
Scoop baked potato from shells Lightly
toss with 1 cup real mayonnaise. 1/2 .
cup cheese. green pepper, pimiento, ,
scallion and tuna. Spoon into potato
shells. Bake in 400*F. (hot) oven 10
minutes. Fold remaining real mayonnaise
and cheese into egg white. Spoon onto
hot potatoes. Bake 10 more minutes or
until lightly browned. Makes 4 servings.
(HellmannVBest Foods adds subtle,
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of other foods. ) o'^?dB 'tas^**
Salmon Dill Sandwich Spread #s-^
1/2 cup hellmannVbest foods
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill or
1 /4 teaspoon dill weed
I teaspoon grated lemon rind
I /4 cup finely chopped celery
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1 (7 3/4-ounce) can salmon, cleaned
and drained
Salt and pepper
Combine all ingredients. Makes 11/3 cups
filling or enough filling for 5 sandwiches.
Crunchy Baked Fish Fillets ?*
With Tartar Sauce
11/2 pounds fish fillets
Salt and pepper
1/4 cup hellmann's best foods
Real Mayonnaise
1 cup finely crumbled crackers
Tartar Sauce
Arranpe fillets on lightly greased baking
sheet. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
I N top of tish with real mayonnaise,
then cracker crumbs. Bake in 400'F.
i hot i oven 20 to 25 minutes or until fish
flake-, easily art arith fork. Makes
4 ser.. t. Sen w i'.h Tartar Sauce.
Easy VegetaBle-Salmon Souffle
1 (10-ounce) package frozen peas,
cooked and drained
1/4 cup chopped green pepper
2 tablespoons chopped pimiento
1 tablespoon minced onion
1 (1-pound) can salmon, drained
and cleaned
1/2 cup hellmann's/best foods
Real Mayonnaise
2 cups hot mashed potatoes
4 eggs, separated
Mix first 5 ingredients in large bowl.
Fold real mayonnaise into potatoes. Stir
in egg yolks. 1 at a time until light and
fluffy. Mix with vegetable mixture. Beat
egg whites until stiff peaks form when
beater is raised. Fold into vegetable
mixture. Pour into greased 1 1/2-quart
casserole. Bake in 350*F (moderate) oven
1 hour or until knife inserted in center
comes out clean. Serve at once. Makes
$ servings.
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Curried Eggs On Rice "-*'-'
1 CUP HELLMANN'S/REST FOOOS
Real Mayonnaise
I cup dairy sour cream
1 (3-ounce) can sliced mushrooms,
not drained
1/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon while cooking wine or
lemon juice
2 teaspoons curry powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 cups hot cooked rice
6 hot hard cooked eggs, shelled
Mix together first 8 ingredients in
saucepan. Cook over medium beat,
stirring constantly, 4 to 5 minutes or
until warm. Place rice in 11 x 7 x 3-inch
baking dish. Slice eggs and arrange on
rice. Spoon curry mixture over eggs and
rice. Bake in 325'F. (slow) oven IS
minutes. Makes 4 to 6 servings. (Creamy,
smooth Hellmann's Best Foods Real
Mayonnaise makes the creamiest
Mayoneggs ^-j** ^
2 eggs
2 teaspoons hellmann s/best foods
Real Mayonnaise
Salt and pepper
Beat eggs, real mayonnaise, salt and
pepper until well blended. Melt 2
teaspoons margarine in small ski'let.
Add egg mixture and cook over medium
heat, stirring occasionally, until eggs are
set. Makes 1 serving.
FOR VARIATION:
Add snipped parsley, diced cooked potatoes,
chopped green pepper, sliced mushrooms,
finely chopped green chili peppers,
chopped tomatoes, shredded American
cheese, curry powder, mustard or dill.
// doesn't care if It comes in ajar
or looks different like nuggets.
It doesn't care who makes it;
nobody can make it bad, only good.
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Tartar Sauce
1 cup Hi LI MANN'S BEST FOODS i^p^m
Real Mayonnaise <-^*T"
2 tablespoons chopped olives *
1 tablespoon finely chopped onion OR chives
1 tablespoon chopped sweet pickle
1 tablespoon chopped sour pickle
1 tablespoon capers
1 tablespoon chopped pimiento
Combine all ingredients. Chill.
Serve with fish. Makes 1 1/3 cups.
BECAUSE MAXIM"
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Mrs. Dayan To Be
Guest Of Honor
Vl, ;,.-]). Dayan. wifr.of J-
JrVMinlstci ol Defense, will be.
1 ,, ,,,nnor party
l^rt. Miami Btach home of Mr.
IfrfMB. Joseph "' KanU-r Sat-,
I'l; when -" P""ll',",aU;
I" .,, nrtsntation ol social
Ilanbto Israel Education Fund
Mrs Dayan was born in Haifa.
IwVnt he. early childhood in
. '.., while h.-r father was ob-
Uing his la tcree- After their
I ., attended high school
I | ater switched to
|r agricultural s. hool .it Nahalal.
|\ra'i'' lifst communal tanning:
liillaee Shi manicd Moehe Dayan.
I ,,,, members of
I.. .,,-., whi ti she was IN
I... ., was 20. and they became
I.., .,,:,.- : Varl. now a w. II-
I... *Titfr: Khud. a farmer at
l. ilal. and Assaf, who has be-
gun an aclng careei
, Ruth Dayan encouraged immi-
Ifurt- and refugees to utilise tia-
I, nal crafts and skills to sup-
I .rt thiii livelihood and the
Dtyan homt in Jerusalem Ixcame
official showroom for the
luansof r.' Immigrants from Ye-
I co. Morocco ligaria, Poland
{v. Kurdcstan Government offi-
lt.wtkni lhe> realized the value
|&r<: imp rtanct i i work, sent
[br to London with her husband
I si .,. i>on hi i n turn she
jam. ijii-neii tJ head the crafts de-
partment of the Ministry of I.l>oi.
Mr. Kanter is a national chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
and the Israel Education Fund,
the arm of the l"JA which sup-
ports the d velopmcnt of both
high school and university educa-
tion in Isiael. Just prior to the
Six-Day War. he and Mrs. Kanter
hunted a dinner party at which
'Jerusalem's Mayor Teddy KolUk
was the speaker, which produci >l
more than $1,000,000 for the edu-
cation fund. The Kanteis also
spearheaded an Israel Education
Fund project here which resulted
' in the < stablishment of a David
Ucn-Gurion high school at Sdk
Boker, Israel, during the most re-
nt visit of Israel's fust Prime
Minister.
Th< black-tic reception and din-
ner at tht Kanter home on Noith
Kay Road will bring together na-
1 tional and local leaders who sup-
i-iit Israel's determined efforts to
improve its educational institu-
tions in the face of the continuing
! Middle Fast crisis.
"ejewiislti Flor idian
the lA'ontan s 1 Wort* d

Friday, March 13. 1970 Page 3-3
Ball Plans To Be Complete Sunday
lh< scholarship fund committ
Mrs. Max lioderman is ariv. -
i nts chairman.
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breakfast session will be held in
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new social hall school building, '
Joseph Cohen, congregation presi- I
d< nt, has announced. '
Sti i'hen Muss is general chair-
man of the dinner-dance; Danu I
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The Miami Beach Symph
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Monday in the Miami Beach A
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Friday, March 13
Robert Lurie Speaker For
Bond With Israel Luncheon
Robrrt Lurie, a prominent fifriuv
in th.' fields of advertising and
1 ubiic 11 lations who is prominent
..- i national leader in behalf of,
Israel, will be the guest speaker
at" the Mizraehi Women's Bond-
With-Israel Festival Luncheon at
ni>on \V< dnesiiav in tV Fontaine-
Meatt Hotel, according to an an-
nouncement made by Mi's. Alexan-
dcr Gross, chairman of the event,
which is being held in behalf of
Israel Bonds, and Mrs. Leonard
Rosi n. chairman of the Patron-
Hosts Committee.
Mrs, Alfred Stone, coordinator ,
Of the Florida Region of Mizraehi
Women and a national Kader of
the organization will be the recipi-
ent of the Jerusalem Peace Award
on this occation. and the presi-
dents of each individual chapter of
Mizraehi Women, including Mrs.
Simon April. Mis. Max Rothen-
bcrg, Mi-s. Aaron Kat/, Mm Her-
man Shaw. Mrs. Hyman Kolko,
Mrs. Rose Shapiro, Mis- Rachel L.
Katz. Mrs. Isaac Berlin. Mrs. Sol
TracMtenberg and Mrs. Rose Fhr-
enrcich. will be honored.
Mr. Lurie has been recognized
re; an outstanding authority on
Israel as a result of his frequent
visits to that land, during which
h< has gained a comprehensive
krowledRO of it. He has served on
the Israel Bond Organization's
Midwest Board of Directors, and
us state chairman for Missouri and
previously was executive director
..i the SL Louis Jewish Community
Relations Council, national direc-
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Mr. Lurie lias served as cochair-
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American Jewish Congress, and as
n member of the National Civilian
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Military Participation Committee
rf the Jewish Tercentenary and
the National Speakers Bureau of
the United Jewish Appeal. He is
a member of the American Jewish
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Zionist Organization. Brandeis
University Associates and the
American Federation of Television
and Radio Artists.
Mr. Lurie originated the Ameri-
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1970
kwlst Meridian
Page 7-B
Chapter Of Hadassah Activities
nlan ftp entertainment. Mrs [rwin March 19 Vivian Lloyd will be conclude its Book Review Series
Shnnti ni the i featured on the ..>.,., ,. >,;,!, on Monday, March 18. in the Al-
! ror groups
i Chapter ol am
Miami

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to the Ybuth Aliyah luncheon ol
inn <;-oiip in the Ptonl
l;,, | ,. noon on Won
March 23. Allen B. GtMerslei
r somo "i aofrano Vniw .-i -
lu'i'
d bs Mr.
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MIAMI SPRINGS
Phone 887-0125
Open 9 A.M. 7 P.M.
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CREDT COUNSELING SERVICES
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r 4471 N W 36th St.
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501 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. EXECUTIVE
These estate-like residences, only 10 minutes from downtown
Miami (or minutes from almost any point near an expressway!
are OCEANFHONT. The location to make your evenings and
weekends a meaningful pleasure1
Mode! APARTMENT-RESIDENCES have been prepared for your
inspection at the site ol the new SHOREHAM OCEAN CLUB and
we cordially invite you to visit.
While there "scout" the immense property that fronts over
300 feet on the OCEAN and note the fact that it adioms nearly a
mile of landscaped oceantront beach (Lummus Park) the finest
in Florida or anywhere1
Also note how tremendously convenient it is. not only to
shops, theatres, restaurants, etc but to almost any place in
Greater Miami.
YOU can be happy every day of your life at the Ocean end
of 5th Strent (where MacArthur Causeway meets the sea) in
Miami Beach.
ON SITE FACILITIES
AUDITORIUM a OCEANFRONT LOUNGE HEATED POOLS
BOWLING ALLEYS DANCING SALT WATER POOL
BILLIARDS ARTS A CRAFTS ROOMS FRESH WATER POOL
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$
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00
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of APARTMENT-RESIDENCES. STUDIOS of three different types;
2 BEDROOM/2 Bath m four types; also, 1 BEDROOM/1' Baths.
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ORCHESTRAS
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Friday, March 13.19
ORCHESTRAS TRIOS ACCORDIONISTS 866-5434
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AT ITS Witt mSMf THE SUCCESS 0< mBBHWS and BAR VITZVAHJ
AND All SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
CALL SYLVIA MILSEN
WE0D.NG flOKAl CONSULTAHf 11 24231
LaK
%1 "For the personal Professional Touch''
|
1 FLOWERS by
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jv 1616 Wishing ton Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
| (*f rc.nfil National fan. MWb|) s
^>>y^iityaiaaja^iaj>a/aa*ya>aaa^> Looking over the program for the forthcom-
ing Bend & Stock Symposium to be held at
the T next month are Jules Freeman, of
American Agronomics Corp., who is on the
Y's board of directors, flanked by George
Fox of Thomson & McKinnon. Joel D. Kami-
ner of Hayden Stone. Stanley Jaffa
Merrill. Lynch. Pierce. Fenner d Sml
Stanley Shear of Goodbody. Pete: L. 3er-|
mont of H. Hertx and Herbert Rubin. 3 sups-l
visor of adult activities at the YM-YWHAofl
Greater Miami.
Barbara Anne Katz Engaged To Doctor
^holographic
Portraits by
1 f \^r^ A pricelm trtuw*
I Oar Maw location 923 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
S Telephones JE 1-1872 and S'4-4930
o*Na*4**t4>^y*wa><*owwa>^>^^^
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Katz.
1524 CecOia Ave.. Coral Gables,
announce the enea^erm'Pt of thru
daughter. Barbara Anne, to Dr.
Samuel S. Biscay of Denver. Colo.,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bisgay. Bayonne. N.J.
The bride-eieet is a crraduate of
Coral Gables Senior High School
and the University of Denver. Her
liance. a graduate of the Univer- .
s'ty of Georgia, where he was a
member of Alpha Kpsilon Pi fra-
ternity, obtained his degree in
medicine from the University of
Madrid's Medical School.
The wedding will take place at
I p.m. Au?. 9. in the W.sUi.w
Country Club.
Soriul Security Topic
Both the Sisteihood and Men's
Cub of Temple Beth Raphael will
meet at the temple at 8 p.m.
Thursday, March 19. The Sister-
hood program, ith Mis. Hvman
1 Bergi r presiding, will feature a
ff'm and discuss! in by Charles
Monson. field representative >; the
Social Security Administration
Fun Nile Saturday
The United Order ol
ters. Miami 4.1. will spo ->- .1.5
rival "Fun Nate" at B
111 day in the Hibisc is '
Alton Road and 10th Stm I Hi
will be provided by Syd Lewis)
her orchestra. Mrs v-
resident, has annoi'rv i
3S '^ae-i-feelv ?eak y1&e>-i'?edb 'W-<
THE UNIQUE
WOMAN'S FASHION
BOUTIQUE
Take a peek at our
. high-fashion SALE. '
Y Beautiful clothes
,J for beautiful women.
living Color
Portraits Commercial Weddings Bar Mirxvahs Publicity
1671 Meridian Ave Next to Burdine's M.B.
534-7210
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Marty and Nicky Formerly Of
Westci.ester ft Sunset Areas
Welcome You At Their New Location
also Lou Edith Barbara
and Okja Their Wig Girl
NICKY ft MARTY COIFFURES
5638 S.W. 102nd Ave. 271-0101
Open 9 to 9 Ivory day 4, Sunday from 9 to 4
I
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Phone o' *"* F ty c"e Bfoc'nwr
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Sun. 10 a.m. 0 p.m. 091-0701
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"01 Jprir!s V

DR. PHILLIP SAWELSON
and
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Optometrists
S^rflMOKMC* i/H( FIOINJ V-'/ JIxntr \*/FfiC0
TO: 2201 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
corner of Coral Way and SW 22 Ave.
(1 block south of old location)
Tel. 444-6518
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CREATIVE
JEWELRY
ud Soft
ESTABLISHED 35 YEARS
11630 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI
PHONE 757-3145
5v3ERSCc MASTP CHARGE
THE LARGEST AND MOST BEAU1IHJL SELECTION
FINEST GUALITYCONSERVATIVE PRICES
L
M'S Philip Kcpelman, Sisterhood coordin-jt-
. Cohen. Mrs. Herbert Sadkin.
Mis. Camel Neai Heller and Mrs. Stephen
Muss are shown at the reception held at the
Hellers' Miami Beach home to p'an the
April 5 Scholarship Ball oi the Lehrman Day
School cl Temple L'manu-El which will be
held in the For.tair.eb'eau Hotel
Council Members
tyill lie Honored
All m mbi rs ol I Miami Beach
fUv Council, inchulins Mayor Jay
Iwrrarr, will be honored by the
Kfbre* Aca n Greater Mi-
. Sundav morning at a special
iweting ol tin school"! Iward of
ditetcn They will be feted for
tr,rir pan in authorizing the school
to pro."-I with the construction
| mi school facilities.
i Louis Merwitrei president of
pthe educational stitution; chair-
ran of th.' board la Leonard
Rosen
Mana-Zurca's New Song Premieres
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Business Courses, too
See our yellow page ads
5 Convenient Locations
Brochure 444-6543
Menorah (Iroup of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will honor
its life members with musicale-
t< a at the Coral Gables Women's
Club, loot K Ponbe de Leon Blvd..
at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Mana-Zucca i Mrs. Lrwin Cassel
will accompany soprano Barbara
Gladsen in the premiere perform-
ance of her newest composition.
"Kodosh" ("Holy. Holy**). The
composer of more than l.ooo tongs
since she wrote "I Love Life" at
the ae oi" lb. Mana-Zutia is in
charge of the afternoon's musical
program, which will Include se-
WIN
A TRIP FOR 2
to ISRAEL
FROM
MAXWELL
HOUSE-
COFFEE
L^.r" y0Ur "'"'' na eddree*
ML'" PK p.eco of paper
LEIf.'." your 'ntr' w,h "y of
i.mh* '"0 Tn* **ell Hoot.
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on any can of Manwell Coffee.
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T1MA^WELI- HOUSE printed
VJ m bl0ck !* P''n
i J.V Bap'r "
COFFFf'"..^**'61-1- HOUSE
C.tr.^ i.P0 B<" **88' Crno
W100?;*"On- *" **. New
Nc Purchase Necessary
lections by pianists Bitty Wales.
Alan and Alvin Chow, and Barnett
Bn eskin, conductor-pianist.
Menorah's life chairman, Mrs.
Melvin Schwartz, is in charge of
arrangements.
WALL TO WALL
CARPETING
REMNANTS
FREE ESTIMATES
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* INCLUDES FASHION HAIRCUT *
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Friday, March 13,
Israeli Fashion Parade To
Highlight Donor Luncheon
v in- than 1,000 won* n an ex-
(1 to atti nd < .".Ott: annual
on i if .Miami Pkii
>tn*n Snudm.} i the ffiaza
] .i. I- i Scene B
national
who is
im Israel tor
ored. An
. ssion, Mrs. Zack-
I .!- been ii
Vctioi nittee ol

n habil-
. i. .....' have

y> ar. tin' afternoon will be nigb-
ted bj the gl.imour t an ex-
citing parade of Isnuii fashions
ii aignexl ,u;ii executodjjj studi

events il th<
.: f~i ii :. si ho ils sponsored by the
i Wottm i Mrs. 11
Green, president and newly-elect-
mber, I
inc In< .ii u in the glamour
show ill b< 21 outfits ii eluding
itess pe
Is maxi and mil s.

bei unskilled
I arsons \ | Bbs a< II as Isi
with a useful trade as well as
in provida ill.
the a
1 Qt. Oil EREE With
FILTER and OIL CHANGE
Jim's 66 Service Station
1121S.W. 32Afe." 448-9)23
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
COMPLETE CAR REPAIR SERVICE
MRS. JACK ZACKLER
D-'Schol/s
ARCK-LSFT
SANDALS
M2.95
Rm < nil
BUILT-UP 4 ARCH
FORTHEIACIES
ftDMft cowfosr
HllfilU SHOE STORE
l.""t Nf ?< Ml HUM!. RJL
: >r w 11 Ii a mi -i 11 i -
Some 8.? ns being 50,000 in the L'niti SI ii with
... 14 chapt D I
: v. men, a
In our great sorrow, we wish to
extend oy sircerest appreciation for the consolation
offered by e jr many friends and relatives.
We thank each and everyone for your expressions of
s/mpathy, cards, visits, tree plantings, and donations to
charitab'e institutions and organizations in memory
of our beloved husband and father
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$a4 MtfyooA
CLARK FBBITAfl
, wn 0f jack J. und Mrs.
I Temple Bmanu-El
I ... March 14.
|S A.h0 has traveled exton-
,ther in Europe.
Sorlh Beach Elemental-)
, hc is in tl* sixth
I.
1 p,,. ,i,: .i,i will be honored nl
h will be held In
[jillrooni immetnV
. ,h,. worship lervkM.
. ,he honored guests at
' .... ... !- Mrs. Henri-
indmother

l.\\< i: PBAOEB
,. inu-El S il ird .y.
j. | 14, i.,ii,-. Stu irt. son of
I Mrs R ]-, ird Prager, "ill
1
indent at Nan-
I innior Hisrh Seh i ce l'
I Science (Hub and'
S
'i, Id al the
[ ''"
;:, to eeh brate the
| ,. \i: tVlia Praser.
I nl urand-
: DanoM and
IM : M Pi
DEBORAH M l"K
; id's main
[. .... !-: | nine. M irch
j ... in inter of Mr
and Mrs "' M63
| .- -. come Bat
N'outi-
I .. itends
| '
1 ii
lowii
,n < itur-
R I!
. : .. -I. v ill
I M"s M i ith-
I cr. Mrs. Hint.
iroM't and trains,
' ~' Dawn Mari
\ v .rk
l"iiii i-i \KI.STI l\
' 14. al Ten I

P.
I i .it Mas
ior High School, where he is in the
Rpvmth grade.
Following tin- ceremonies. Tod I s
parents vrfll host a reception In
the temple's social hall, and he
will !>> honored ;ii in open house
in their home Saturday evening
The ee'ebrsmt's grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Circt..... '
1. il.-.ih ind Ms. Goklie Pearl-
stein of Miami Beach will help
him celebrate the occasion
STKVKN TAOBIN
Satnrriny morning, Mnreh 11
Steven ieftrew, the son nl Mr ndi
M Irs i T in 128 "> N Bay-
bon !> II be Bar Mil "> 'h at
Hi v tSO i.m fees held in
T......k> N< r TBmid m tin s in -
tu.iry.
Stes i i ad N rth Miam
Junior II h Schon n I la ilso
stini. nt .' Ncr T unid Religious
School.
Th..... r it 11 a honored
it Kiridush ..ii- r the wot -
... \ ices, and i luncheon wh h will
. in (iypsj 's K- -' iui ant
I .OKI KOSTKR
!.< i -' niL-ht-: nl Mr. ind Mrs
Louis Foster of North M
Beach "ill observe her B-it M -
\ ih it Beth Tor ih Con n itlon
Fri lay evi nmg, M irch 13.
\ venth .: adc etti lent it John
p K. nn, ,iv Junior High S h i
: i has ,iK" attended the Harold
Wolh R( licio"s Son i >l for -"
\.- us .ind will continue h 't relit
ioua edueat Ion thet
v. .-.,
n Loii's 1 '' be
|.,-i
Bt, n M imi B n -h, n I h
Be N V
M \
...:: .ii I .1 I "k y t
Bruce Weisbrot Michael eiss Deborah Yo/fc
|>\\ ll> Dr.I I !*< MM VS
I 11 so
V,
K>tid 1
!
March M I
.. i,
Mian '
I I

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the K klitsh In thi l np r I
n.- ih i 0n g iturd ly,
id hold a dinner and reception in
in- honor Saturday evening at the'
pic
David i -. m, M.|,|
Mrs. William Koldobsky ind Mrs
i 1 teutschman il u > among
Ihe lioiion i gui jits ii ih festisi-
til s.
IIM ll Ml. RMfM
3 turd ij Mai -h l I at B Ih
. ; ion, M eh the
son > l>- ind M Mo loo R s*
i' \ irth Ml i in B .i. !i. will be B
irning ss or-
.'-. ii -, \ ice*.
: i-'l ;> st'ul .1 hn K
Iv J r 1' i Sch i il .<. ins
. .' -. .'i i i
.I the Harold Wo'k P.-
Si h o| w hi 'h he h is n Mend
il i \ I I s
in- Ii >.|.,:'. i
i hosted hy hi-
,i 11 plom it Country Club.
Among the out-of-town relative*
( i will ime to help hi n cc'.e-
., ih n ision mill be Mi an :.
Mrs David Dorhnan ol White
: NY his grandparents; M
VIvs Paul M tycr a .. \
Hill, N.i.. Mr. und Mrs Jcr ime
in.!- : K ins is (':> K ins : Mr
. Vli ll.u > Imli ind M
,i i Mrs Ir i Wilcn ol Sew York
'
ih. ,, if M
KF.NMCTII r>.l.lM \N
(rs. Jero Fell '
Mi.:mi II
lion Sat
' i irch l i.
:
,. ...
: ii. Id "
S ''so il u -re he will continue his
reli ion- education.
.IKKKKKV i koi <;
.Ii ffrcy I!., th. sun ol Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Froug. was called to the
Torah as a Baa Mitz\ah Saturday,
March T. ii Temple Zion.
A siMMitii grade student at
Ciiadis Junior High School, the
eelrbrant, who attends Temple
Zion's Riligious School, was hon-
ored .ii il-. Oneg Shabbat Friday
night and the Kiddush following
Saturday's sersices. His grand-
l>iirrnts, Mis. Sadie Froug ol Mi-
ami Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard I'ii man of At lanta, Ga.,
v i r, among Ihe honored guests.
mil < E WEISBROT
Bruce Stes-en, son ol Mr. and
Mrs, Marvin Weishrot, will Im Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Zion Saturday
ning, March l 1.
Bi 'in is a m mber of the or-
chestra al faockway Junior High
School, wlv ii he is in the ses-< nth
grade.
Bruce's uanents will host the
' i-1 nl.iy i vi ning i 'ii. g Shabbat and
the Kiitilttsh after the ceremony
Saturda) and hold i reception in i
honor al the temple Sum.
e\i iimi:
Among ilu guests will be his
. at-giaudawtheK, Mrs. Tillie Le-
inc. his grandpari nts Mis. Anne
isbrot and Mr ami Mrs Sam-
i ',:i i nil. : I great a
.!,,!.. Nancy Roai nl i
,: (| vlrs !.. Klu pnan.
>l wsvu.i. siiiNtt:
Mavwi II Ihe sun ol Willfcim
. will become Bar Mil
Jeffrey froug
at Temple Beth Tov on Saturdi .
March 1 I.
ih>- celebrant is a Btudent t
Poncede Loon Junior High Scho
where he is in the eighth grade
Maxwi Us father will host t
j Oneg Shabbat aa well as \\w Ki -
dtish following tin ceremonies, ai '
hold a reception in his honor
Ihe Four Ambassadors Saturd .
i vening.
The guests will includi Mr. a I
Mrs. Norman Sidner ol Coral <1 -
i s, Mr. and Mrs. Pete l.iitn .
and Mr. and Mis. Sol Salaa
Philadi Iphia, Pa., and Ihe Mars i
Sehwart family from Alpine, N '.
KI BEN QOTLIEB
Runt n. the son of Mr. and M -
Si lomon Gotlii b, will celebiate i -
Bar Mlt/.vah Saturday, March It
at Young Israel of Greatei Mian
Rub< n is i student at John
Kennedy Junior High School a
is a captain i the guards.
The celebrant will be honon .1
the Kiddush following the si rvic -
. id .i r c ption ho.su d iiv his |ia -
is in the Seville Hotel Saturd
i ruing.
Mrs K. igcle Ruderman ol Cos
Rica, Ruben's grandmothi r, w
i" among the honored guests,
will Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hud- -
man and Mr. and Mrs. Bill R -
|i rman, his aunts and uncles.
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or refined lady for compoiinship
and f.ossibl-'.' matrimony. Writt 0. P.
Box 2973. Miami 33101.
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Tou will be delighted with our complete line ol
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Friday, March
13. H
$100,000 Raised At
Teclm ion's Dinner
A record $400,000 was pledgee!
tor the support of the Technion-
Isra^J Institute of Technology last
Saturday at the American Tech-
nion' Society's annual dinner in
the FontaineblyaiJ, ^Hote1.,,
Speakers were the organiza-
tion's national president. Jacob
Walter I'llman. anil the renowned
I hysicist. Dr. Arthur Kantrowitz.
U.S. advisor to the State of Israel.
Gieetings were brought from the
faculty and students of the Middle
Fast's only engineering university
by Carl Alptrt. vice chairman of
its board.
Harry DeJur. guest of honor,
and Jacob Rifkin. president of the
South Florida Chapter, were cited
by Mr. I'llman for their personal
txaniple cf support for the Tech-
nion. and appointed as Life Trus-
tee! of the American Technion So-
ciety. They were the first ixrsons
n this area to receive such an
appointment.
E. Albeit Pallot was chairman
of the dinner; Lou Polkr. whose
son went to Israel recently as a
computer expert for the Technion.
VOTE TUESDAY
LEVER 3-A
SURFSIDE
RE-ELECT
pj r-
COUNCILMAN
LOUIS HOBERMAN
WANTED
CHO'R DIRECTOR lor the High Holy
Days, Belli Tereti Congreooticn,
North Miaeu Beach, Florida. Please
contact Mr. Max letheaberg at
947-7JM.
SHAMOS AVAILABLE
Perfect Baal Korah
Perfect Baal Tfilah
LEADS BEAUTIFUL
PESACH SIDDURIM
538-0998
made the appeal for funds. Gold
kt)s to the' City were presented to
Dr. Kantrowitz. Mr. I'llman and
Mr. Alptrt by Miami Beach City
PASSPORT
SERVICE
Meridian Camera & Luggage
NEXT TO BUROINES "
1*71 MERIDIAN AVE. 534-7210
Kinneret Ompter Auction j J\ *h m. ^ s^
is auction rhannian"
Councilman Robert Goodman. D.
Louis Harris, president of the Ca- Kinneret" ("hibttr of M'z- ~ ,nul"un rnman.
radian Society for Technion. was X^^SH 5 ^1 hold I f*" "?*"* '''
one of the distinguished guests. ity annuJJ, auction at 7:30 pm. earmarked for Mi,,.,
Saturdav in the YM-YWHA. 8500 | projects in Israel.
"(is
"' 1
WANTED
SHAMOS
OVER 65
Must be able to reeci Torah, for a small synagogue in SW Miami. Must live in vicinity or move near synagogue. Write Cong. Anshe Ernes, CO E. Kushelewitx, 2533 SW 19th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33145.
WIDOW, 60
Retired execetive, 5'7", elegant.
refiaefl", attractive, moving to
Miami Beach, desires to meet re-
spectable man, social and sports.
Write W. S., Box 2973, Miami,
331C1.
Oholei Torah
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Is Mow Accepting Registration For The
New Summer Season
Children Between 5 to 13 Years Of Age.
2 FOUR WEEK SESSIONS
June 15 to August 8 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our Program Consists Of...
Arts and Crafts Swimming Swimming Instruction
Athletics Games Dramatics Singing
Religious Instruction
WE URGE YOU TO CALL NOW ...
LIMITED REGISTRATION 531-8721
or Write OHOLEI TORAH DAY CAMP
1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 33139
Olrlo BioiB slim down
In a run-tilled oummor at
IBITIP LMiECRES
Sta 't. Consultant Mod.cal Director
IR WIN M. STILLMAN, M. D.
fam*j authority on weiaM control and author of
IK. Docto- Quick Weieht Uot"
Delicious, scientifically planned diet
Horseback riding, lake end pool twimminf
Foil physical end cultural program
Resident M.D. and Nurse
AVCIMC WT LOSS M It 49 IPS. fe.
for looklft "till Caaa lakecr rst, Dtit .M J
M Ceotrat Pert W. H T C. 16*73. or can 212 7 IM?
/etf by Ann of P' *fe Camps ancf >/nof THREE ISRAEL SUMMER PROGRAMS
1. Bar Mitzvah Pilgrimage (13 years old)
2. High School Youth Seminar (14 years onl)
3. Advanced High School Study (15-17 years old)
THREE UNIQUE
EDUCATIONAL PILGRIMAGES
itA'oA Religious, Educational and Recreational
HfcW/IJ Experiencer designed to acquaint
? Afc W participants with Israel, its people and
culture.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION & CULTURE JEWISH AGENCY
SIS Pork Avenue, New York. N.Y. 10022 o Tel: (212) PL 2-0600 Ixt. 21
Seven Weeks
July-August
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program at Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Social* Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
TH'NE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMP WR4CTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochore and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
CAMP ECHO LARK
Poynfelfe, in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania
Separate Camps with Facilities for
150 BOYS, 150 GIRLS & STAFF OF 135
Complete Modern Infirmary with Full Time
Doctor and Nurses
0) All Buildings New and Modern
Grounds Bounded by Two Lakes
O Dietary Laws Observed in Dining Room
Guest Houses Provided for Visiting Parents
Same Management for 30 Years
CAMP ECHO LARK Offers a Full Schedule of Athletic and |
Cultural Activities to Please Every Camper, including:
WATER SPORTSSwimming, Boating, Canoeing, Sailing Water|
Skiing
ATHLETICS-Nine All-Weather Tennis Courts, Indoor ad 0ut-|
door Basketball Facilities, Nine-Hole Golf Course, full t ~ pfc
Basketball, Football, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Roller-skating!
Inter-Camp Games, Archery, Tennis, Fencing, Trampo-ie
CULTURALDancing, Drama, Arts and Crafts, Fine Arts Socials,]
Saturday morning Services.
For further information and Brochure contact
ACE WEINSTEIN
5700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 8644281
*L^
!
AT LAST-
The Children Get a Break
... and so do their
parents!
All Day / Half Day / After School
NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN
Professional supervision and a complete pio-
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facilities.
TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
ABNER A. WOLF SCHOOL
(the man who cares ab.ut children)
West Flagler Street and 112th Avenue
Off the Palmetto Expressway, Flagler
Street exit, or from the southwest
long 87th Avenue to Flagler and then
left to 112th Avenue.
PHONE
223-3241


March
13. 1970
fJmisti fhrkMan
Page 13-B
Students Preparing For Bureau's Contest
nt^u .- now ennaRmc
to ^student. I n.HJew-:
J a m ling to an an-(
?** ,ard Albert.;
alion.
I:
weekend
contest
, sits
held in th,
M ;":'; b or Jeww
I o" A" '"
....... ms thro* <1,s-
I : Hebrew,
t ., Hebrew
et ,n ifternoari
[.'
I ..... Bibli-
I
I the Dw
:i':"v'r
[ sew York
' Bond
. ramm*
Mhotarshl S230 toraei
L' Berber! '^'H"-"
t director ol ih Bureau Li In
fcrf
. the An-
, ,.A. ..... eo-spon-
I the Zion-
MR-PAW
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makes maUos a mychel.
UON SCHACHTER'S
r/OD/M-AMERKAN
UUDlVlllt
ON STAGE IN PERSON
LEON SCHACHTER
AND STARS Of THE
YIO0ISH AMEKKAN THEATRE
3 Hours of Music, Comedy
Singing and Dancing
ontmuous Performance from
1:30 P.M.
New Show Every Week
Plus Feature Film
This Week on screen
" I WANT TO BE A MOTHER"
With LEO FLCMS
* Ntw Vido.i- Amtnean Film"
THE CINEMA THEATRE
1235 Wash'ngro'- Avenue
531-6202
5c Eve. $1.75
ish Districts or Greater Miami ind
Hollywood. Over 200 essays and
art objects have been received and
.lie now being Judged by Rayna
Yoiuigerruan und. Chaplin Jacob* t
ion, artists: Dr. Slgmund Fo
J* Alt vinder of the ZO.A..
Herbert Zvl Berger. and Dr. Louis
Schwartzman, of the Bureau
Awards in the cmtest will be pre-
sented ;it a public meeting at the
end o( March.
The committee of arrangements
for the Essay-Art Contest includes
Isaac Dun.-ii. Jack Alexander.
Moses Meyer, Morris Simon, and
Gilbert Rappaport of the Zionist
restricts; and Df.vchw5rt*iah!
Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Melvyn
B. Frumkes, of the Bureau of
ih I. lucation.
BARNETT BREESKIN, CONDUCTOR
MIAMI CBEACH
& SYMPHONY
MAYOR "CHUCK'' HALL, narrator
ALAN AND ALVIN CHOW, duo pianists
MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI-JACKSON
SENIOR HIGH CHOIRS (100 voices)
SHARON McALUSTER ROSCOE SPEED
Directors
At WomeU'o Theatres
Walt Disney's In Search of the
Castaways" opens Friday at the
Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street and
Palm Sprincs: three horror shows.
"Blood Fiend......Hie Blood Drink-
ers" and "Brides Of Blood" are s.'t
for Friday the 13th at the 27th
Avenue Drive-In. Boh & Carol,
Ted # Alice" is showing at May-
"Parlcw iy, dra'l Way Drive-in]
and North Dade Drive-in. Hold-i
overs include "Cactus Flower. "Z."
Anne <>f the Thousand Days"
"Without i Stitch" and "M I-
room cl"
Wometco Theatres
10 ACADEMY
AWARD NOMINATIONS
Richard Burton
GENEVIEVE BlJOLD
M. HalWallis
the Thousand Days
-ma-mil
WITHOUT A STITCH
IS A DANISH
SEX-EDUCATION FILM
WHICH BARS
NO HOLDS!'
Roman Carnival Overture
Carnival of the Animals
Polovetsian Dances
Nocturne and Scherzo
Florida Sketches
Song of Democracy
(on a poem by Walt Whitman)
Berlioz
Saint-Saens
Borodine
Mendelssohn
Dana
Hansen
PEEP
without
Stitcft
\
SUNDAY MARCH IS 8 P.M.
Ticktts: S3.50. S2.7S, S2.S0, SI.75
On Suit at Miami Beach Auditorium Box Office
inrrodunni l_f/ ^ H
ANNE CRETE tprmomui-QMLAir)
(MortyDtLuxt
Persons under 1 8 not admitted RATED (Xj
J/ou/ Skomncj
MIAMI BEACH
COMMUNITY SINGERS
JOSEPH MOONEY, Conductor
proudly present
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL SPRING MUSIC FESTIVAL
Thursday, March 19th at 8:15 P.M.
featuring
Rose Byrum, Lyric Coloratura Soprano, formerly of the
Metropolitan Opera Co.

John Glade, Golden voiced Tenor
Concert and Recording Artist

Nikke Sestok 16 year old Flutist
The Miami Balalaika Orchestra
12 Musicians and Dancers

Pianists: Kay Sestok and Helen Treitman
Tickets $2.50 $2.00 $1 50 $1 00
obtainable at
Nathan Auerbach 531-967,Miami Beach Auditorium 531-0477
Sherman's Ticket Agency 532-1268
PROCEEDS TO CHILD RESCUE FUND IN ISRAEL through
The Pioneer Women of Miami and Miami Beach
This promises to be a most outstanding musical treat.
Musical selections in Yiddish, Hebrew, Italian, Russian & English
Come and enjoy! Come and Help!
where the
biif attruelion is
FIRST
RACE
1:15
o
SEETHE
$35,000
CANADIAN TURF
HANDICAP
SATURDAY MARCH 14
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
GALA BENEFIT CONCERT
March 19
Jo
lohh
8:30 p.m.
RESERVATIONS DAILY DOUBLE
DADE- 945-7511 PFRFECTAS
BROWARD-927-1711 KCHI-CO I A
U. S. HIGHWAY ONE / HALLANDALE
RENATA TEBALDI FRANCO CORELLI
Conducioi*
Alain Lombard
Program includes arias from Moiart Verdi Puccini
and
George Enesco's 1st Roumanian Rhapsodic for orchestra
Tickets $200.00 $100.00 $10.00
Tick* avoiloble ^ Tkfc.t offit. Greater Miomi Philborrnonic: 245 AUoxor Ave.
phone 443-0787
DodoCounty Auditorium. *"?[
and Jordan Morh downtown and Dodttond
BOID BRUISING BRIATHTAKING... And you con bet en it!
|i.in Orfte- RtohHV from 7.30 till 12:30 AM (So... 7 PM .o Midnight)
. Dinn.r, ft*. 6 f M (Iron, J3.45) Cl...d-iri. COLOR TV ""'
. Il.v.t.r. '* n.v.1. Adml.ii.n from J0 S.,voliont: 633 9661
N.W. 36th SI. Solh Av. (27lli Avi. !! Airoort X-wy). No M.nort.



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Friday. March 13
197d
Card Party-Luncheon
Tho Sophie Tucker Group Of
H idaaaah will hold a card party
, ,i li::u!noii at noon Thursday,
\ arch ,q- i" ,,1( Coastal Towers.
- Martin Heraick > pn aident.
LEGAL NOTr
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
N". 70-5T7
h RE B-tate {
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ II \ i d All Persons
Having .Turn- "i 1 >. in;.n.i-
Aijalnvi Haiti Estate:
nunrr here*) nntlrWd and r..|Ui..,i
i. |.r. i.i any i bun- and demands
b-h >.n may have aaalnM ','"
,. ,;, of J*>IAMON Mi "'HASH. de-
,. .,.I !:! of 1:..!- i.'ll"lv. Plorid:..
,,. ih. County .lii'lB'- of Bade County.
I fill Hi. nme fd duplicate and B",
provided in Section T33.ll, Honda
Siatuioa. >" Iheir office* In Ihe Coun"
1% Courtbou*- in Hade County. FTnr-
I, uiihin -i\ calendar nioutlm rrpiu
Hi.-' time if 'In first publication hefe-
,,i or 'li- -.'111. "ill I"- Lan.-.l
jtutfcd Miami. Florida, thi* 10th
a ..f March, A T>. 1*70.
FLORENCE R< iORINS
Aa nx.-.-utriv
rai publication of iiii- notice "ii
ii.. ljtli dny of March, 197".
l. :. >x A KP8TKIN
M'.rin-i i ir K-tat.
42 Un. Bin Itond
>- .,ml Beach. Florida 33l
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MIAMI
KAC3H
Coft JEfferson 1-7677
WNkKAL UOMM ,
1333 DADE BOULEVARD
EdwoHT.
FD.
NOTICE OF ACTION
is YHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
C AOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-4417
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
3' Vi'K FTI-l'GS BEATTY,
'Infnttff.
-.. iftGK DAVID BBATTY,
Ieiida.nl

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. \\ii> RE ATT Y. JR
Battalion
T Brigade
,v Jerae) 0S&40
PAVIK BEATTY
MARRY W. BEYER through
his association with lithgow
Funeral Centers can con-
veniently serve the entire
Jewish Community of South
Florida through tithgow's
seven locations.
All Religious
Rituals Observed
UGAl NOTKt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 70-3407Doval
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'M MA \\Ti IXETTE IPPOIJTO
Plaintiff.
VXTHI >N I BASIL IPPOI \T<
l ii readmit,
To VNTHON'Y BASH. IPPtUJTO
in: Sti si-, i
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VI!' ANTHONY BASH. 11 I< 'I.IT<
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Florida 13132 "ii
LEGAL NOTICE
I,. -,-i.\ notified tbat n BUI "'
niDlalni f<-r Divorce has been fib-d
. uuiiMt you. and you are i .mir.-.i to
,, rVa a pop) nf your Answer or Plead-
, u to the Bill of Vim.lain! tin
p .indfTt attorney. VON ZAMKT *-
SMITH ""'-' Capital Banh Bulldiny,
Miami Florida S3132 and file lti nrtit-
,, ,i \ r or PJaadinit in ih.....
. ,j ,-|. k nf lh Circuit Court .ill ,,r
i.. fore the 13th day of April, l"." I
\ u fail i" 'I" -". Judgnjenl >: defajill
ill i !-! ym> ''' m<
l r demanded in tti- Bill < Com-
Thin lil-ii,.- nhall I"- puhllahed onci
,.,|i week f-"' fur ..........'- ".'I-
i thi: .1 >:\\ isii i"i' iRIDIAK
I,, ixB ami i ii:iu:ur.i' at Miami,
i- .....la, ti>^ mli day "f Marrtr, A 11
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ii.nii Court, Bade County. Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COLNTY IN CHANCERV.
N" 70-51 lP"k"i
SUIT FO* DIVORCE
\ -,| i-'-i II i
Plain! '
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
ripe" Every Dor CJated Sv&bota
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mion.ii Oniy Sliicllr Jew.ih
Monument Dealer
One telephone number
reaches all Chapels 757-5544
HARRY W. BEYER,
funeral Director
Phone 949-3133
EMANUEl GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
x^jordon j~itncraI wto
me
373-5533
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I!,, Street
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Y.. pi .ii: \ II M VTCHHTT
Dial ii BIU '
i Hlvoi i li ,- i
miinsl you and you an rei ulred lo
f yoUl \. -.., Pleao-
mK io ih. Bill of Comolainl on the
I'lailillffV ail.in... JOHN I HAS-
ESTJ ::-: Biacaj n. Ilu
-.. \v- !.---' Street, Malm. I'I-T-
,.!., J3i3n, and file the oriKi lal An
..... ,., Headln* in th.- office ,-i" thi
, |. ,|, ol ii'- ''ir, nil Court n or l--
,,,,-, iii. K'li dnj nf April. ItTn II
v.u fail i.i do s... iii.lum. nt by d<
fiuilt will i,, Inken auain-i v.-u forth"
.. Mcf ii, '. ii in Ihi Bill ol Con -
plaint.
Thin noilee nhall I" pubilnneo onc<
. ii week foi four m ... uilve w<-. I -
Tiir inVKll n 'I'ini w
I h iXE VXD i il:i.l:i:I:t i al
Plorlda, iIiIh 11 ill da) >.r March. A l>
T"
i: II I.KATHKRMAX, Clerk.
i "ircult Court Bade founts Florida
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lifHitw liidtciptl, perpttml care,
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for information call: 923 8255
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY.
FL4RIDA IN PROBATE
No. 00267-C
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VAKI ,":'. ITZ
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred I
,i 11, mandi \ i

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. hich ) "ii maj ha ce aitali
KIXA KC1HCV1T7 il
. i i 'ount). Florida. i- the
u ludaeii l I ','iii,iy, and
lie the mi In dupll ati
r.a i,i, ,1 li B IS, Florida
Statutes, in their off he I 'ruti
i mrthouae in I '-i.i. 'ount) Flo-
da, within vis ralendar months
-. in il:. i in.. ,,f tin-
,,ii hereof, ..r the
i am i
i... .1 al Miami, Plot Ida,
ii f March, A l> 1*70
GBOROK I TAI.fANOFF
A Adnimi' iratur
Flrat publlratlofi of this notice
no- 13til day March lfT"
TAUAXOFF & WAl.l.l'.i:
HA HI KS KAXTOB
.xttornava for Administrator
4jn I.ln.oln Kd Miami IUa- h. Pla
n ir-20-27 4
\>ill be
Ilil- Ull
B8Q
THURMOND
M0NUM1NT COMPANY
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BE SURE
TO VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AND DISPLAY FOR A
FREE ESTIMATE
On a Monument or Marker of your choice.
Inquiries Will Not Obligate You la Any Way
3253 S.W. 8th Street Phone 444-1614
"We Don't Sell For less But We Do Sell the Best"
look for the only two story building in the block.
u 'li III.
and aerv
HKItMAX
i..i pi.in -
r ii Miami,
before Amu
Of else t-,-illi'l:iilil "ii* '" l.ikeli
,,r i uufesaed
D \ i i:i> March, 3. l"'i
i: n i K \thi:i:m vv
Clerk nf ih. Circuit t'.url
Ft, m M:i;iki:iti: RKNT
I>.|.uiv Cb-rk
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CtVIL ACTION
No. 70-3705
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
UAVID il'-KTZ.
Plaintiff,
FV 'SI-: Hi lETZ.
I..'1'.-n'l.tnl.
T<>: K< 'Si-: ; >i:tz
r '.. l-:i. ni.r Allfll-I
: Carter Boad
Weal < Irani:.. Sen Jeraej
You ROSE ftoBTZ. are herrh)
notified ttiat a I'.ill of Complaint for
Divorce ha* I.....n til. 'I lurulnst >"U.
ami you are required !< serve a
. opj ol \, -in Answer or Plead
ihe Bill "I ,.iii..l..iiii on lb. Plain
itontey. VON 8AMFT SMITH
Capital Bank BuildinK, I
and i l< Ih. i ; "
\. -u.-r ..r Plendlna In Hi- office '
.. Clerk "i il ''!'' >'" C'rtlN ..-
... ihe Rth da) of April, l!>7 II
.,.,i ;. ..... Indana nt by di lull
n in hi laki -' I n Ih'
. |.f del Bill of I in
plalirt
! ni.li.. li.. n he pul
each Wi ek t'-ui utivi eks
.. THE JEW ISII PI iilMHI \N
[H iNK AX11 I: I '' I: I' I
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VOX 7 \vii" SMITH
I IMS Capital B ink I:' < i--
Miami Flol 1
Aii.i i.. I Pin Hfl
Phone : I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OfT:?
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT6
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv
FLORIDA
Cite No. 70-38C8
NOTICt OF SUIT
MARK Rl 1/
Plali
\ H
MARTHA PI il.IT it I 1/
MARTHA Pt 'I IT ib Rl'iZ
da '
TO MARTHA Pol I I il,
a I. ,i
M \UTIIA 1.....T II
4Ha v.. i'. hi..
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vm m:k HEHEin
thai .i iinpiaiiii hi i...
you i-> ihe I'I. mi
sl> led i an I I tr
..f annllllniL; .. ..f
marrlaae i,.i-,. i ,
. ,1 Plaintiff and I.-
vm' ai:i: HBREirt \.. I
-,. aM VI a np) of y<>ur ,\-
plenaina on Plaintifl .
K mm w and BHAPIKn : -,,. ] 1
..... .-._.. ------- --------... ... ,jt,
dian Avenue, Miami i:, | p ., ,
3313ft, and file the '.ri^;.. u \
pleading in the < >fn., -. ,-.
I ol On- Bald Court on or before ih,
da) of Anril. 1*74, If >'-u In
-.. a Defnolt Judemem win h.
lered auaiTiKi you t, r thi -. .
sought In the Cnmnblt I
ivitn'kss nn hand
-..i ol I Vtwrti al Dude I -n I
this -r.l .lav nf Han ""
i: Ft i r.vTiiw.M iv
Clerk of ih.- dreutl i
By: MAROfRRlTE KENT
li.-puty Cl.-rk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK IIBRKHY :\l- I
ih.- undersiam d, d. ili-tnc I ,.|
In busloens under thi I lil
..( I A ROSA RKSTAI'RAXT si N_
1'alm Av- Hlaleah lal. I
pt -ii.| r-ini. a i'h the I
i n-.ii'i -n it nf Parie I
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I.KONAltfi KA1 ISH
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Miami. Fl i S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\, iTWE '* IUCREIH |
Ih.- limb r^ifn.-t. .! '
!!- i" "< innl.T il
Ml \.MI ^S fST llK ,
Iv'.iu-.. or I '..U-. |1 .1 I
Ploridn Tin.i.le i" i. 1
with fl 'i. N -' Bie i I
,.( |i...U County. Fl.....
mi \m' anrTHi i^r-
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PKOWrtERI, ri:">u-Ki:'
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MIAMI S'-l'THI AND
l\\ TSTMCST iRP
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT Of THE I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C C. -,cl
FLORIDA IN AND r0
DADE COUNTV
\., :
CIVIL AT
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT>.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-811
' RK I II
HERHAN I.K\ V
I' .:,- ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Vl| Oi lla>
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You are h.n vt
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i nvrxRov > kptvtn m the jewikh fu>h
.....- i IHXE AND ORHEIi l
i I Si reel
Miami Fla
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IN Tr r.r,rL,,T rnuRT'oe- THE '"" .V"".. l",,,-' .
E' FVFNTH niniCIA' ciorriiT '' ;.,;,.,-.'
IN AND FOR PAI-iF. COUNTY.
"LORIOA
No T- i>(1
NOTICF PV Pl i ICATION
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To II KA Oi V/ IIRHI iRTIQ >
r,m i \ :: I Drib ,v I' ,i ,l,'i n
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl. R.T.F ,. 3,1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RC
FLORIDA IN AND f a DACE
COUNTY IN CHASCe"'
No. 70- .-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
will I v .1 ]. Ml .
Plaii
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Nf-lTITE IJNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
ihe Clerk of Ihe Clnu
,. i.,i.. ihe 6lh dill
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW I.. |.... Un Gth il '
S'otice is HEREBY i;i\i:\ that you rail to do d
Ihe u i.,,i|. will I
'i i.u- ii mli ii., fictitious ",ii ii,.- i.ii.i demandi
' DIXIE WEST ^PARTMKXTS ai Coomlainl ,
Suite -: One IJncoln Road Bldg., Tbi- Potlci shall I- '-
"'ami Beach, Pla mil intend lo each week foi foUi ; N
ratrister an i r,m. alth the Cbsrk ol In THE JEWISH ','!,''!;''','Mum-
ih.- i-iri-uii i-i.iiri ol Dadl Co*M>l) IMlNR VXD OltBKIlr.l' a
Ftorida Florida, thla 7th da) "
KENNETH \ ReKANT and
SI SAN I KK VNT. UWDCTa
liEVVKTH N ReKANT
Attorney for ApplUnnis
Suiie L'.-t'iu I Iranaln Rd Bl.l
| -Miami Bea.-h. Fla. 2313K
rrc-ia-io-rr
"' 'S i.i-:vthei:;ian 'Y^
'"u" ,;r',-';-:,:.pM,;'s-
Deputy Ca,rJf ,,
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Page 15-5
UOAt MOTKi
LECAL NOTICE
------"notice under
.fTmOUSNAME LAW
jj' ilBIC KHV GIVEN <
V'TI '' '....., .taring I- en*
-"i:"^;::;!:.
tot
deetrlnc rnM
the flrllllnU* name
1 ):!< N.K.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. unilManed. de.-dring to rugae in
Iiumih." under ih.. fletitioua mine of
EMPLOYMENT CITY al 4*3 N I.
, ny<\r,S CRAfTS al M" J r~ ,,.: s. N Miami Beach. E|a. Inleuda
<' i"> N .u,..,,,. Beech. M. ,..Bi-,. r Raid name uuh the Clerk
.,,.,..r aald wW "."". ,.f ih* Clreull Court of Dude County.
,lp ,.,u,l c ,.UII "I IM.I. K1r|,,;1
..|,l.i .iwBB HKIiHlillT & Col IJ.K.N
Jk>iaTK(* IN IW8IMW8 !'ll.:.:; i |
**" ,.V<:n. INC
,-nuT BPELMAN. I'i .il. nt
^KltuMBERG
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Fla
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NOTICE UNDER
ivkn 'i
FICTITIOUS NAME I
,: ,- HEREIN II
Ki'.Nl.'-' WAHEHOKBK
4* S w :i.t -
. ,|d in r. -
i,h ihe Clerk of
. .., ,.,.1. I .1 ly,
,, rui.Nrr-s inc.,
. ,i
SAIUiEY
. K'lHJA.N.
TiiKxniwn
...;. I.S.
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OPVEN that
111- nil.I. rnuiu il. d< airing I" I DKait*
under tli- ii. i 11..u- nam<
i f HI'X OR VPHfCS ill too V W I .
i. ii Ri i.i i : \ m Miami
EJnrldn i.il. ii.I* I" r> ri-'.r -.it.I nnmi
with Hi. Clark ..f Hi. Cirullll < ui I
..r p.,.1. i.-uii-v k:
JOSEPH BENNETT.
IV -i HtPOIl TED. Sole Owner
It* I III R STAYER
\ f..r
JOSEPH BENNETT INC
J/1J-20-2T 4 'J
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.nTICE UNDER
FtCTlTIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF
WREHOUSEMAN S SALE
. ,-, \ thai hy
VVart-houx
i'- where.
.'.i'.K VAN 1 INI
bai '
.
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.,,u..- now n
\\. Miami
i ith day "I
v ,n | .; hour*
odi II.....
I .1 '. I -..i at
, n v, ;4tl I ui Miami, FT"-
- Ih Ihf unoV- Ian- 'I "hall offer f..r
At U I. "ld< r for i i-h
... rlbed property
it stvtkv
NOTICE Cr- ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JL'OICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDAIN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70 3174
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
II \ I : I I I.KI.ANI i TA^ \J >R
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.i i:M'\ MAE T \vi MR
i .. nrtnni
T". Cl.KXDA M VE r \s I iR
T7 I*. >'...!. Am! II
.. York Citi Sw '
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hfrrl>> '.; .1 thai lion for IH
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I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-571
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Batali I
111. STICK I j;
Ii. ,.... .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ing Claim* it Ikmanui Aaini Said
I.stai.':
Tog .,r. I ..-. i.i notified ., id requlr-
*| to prt.-i ui aW .|aim. .,,| drnwigla
uln.-li you mo lav. acalnrt i ., PK.
it< .i i.i:. sth'ki.k .i.. 1-..1 iat
i li.i.I. County, ii..ruin .,, Hi. foun-
'i iu.lt.- ... |hid* County, and file
'' im.....luplii ..i. and ..- pm l.l.-.l
In >.. Hnn : : : In, h'lorida St lut.
Ih< ir ..!!'.. |n ii ..Unix Court -
' '!- '" -I- .ii.iii. Klorida. IIh-
ui -i\ ,.|. n.i.,r mnnthN from Ihe lino.
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WO* Kill I. I... t ...1
Dai. 'i hi Miami, Klorida I
da) 'ii .. ah !.;..
MIN IE BTICKLE
\- Km un-ix
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Ih. ih dm r. |U .
"i.-i.l'll Si IIMIER
Alton \ for E la le
: II ..:
.Mil,mi I:, i.-li. I
'N THE COUNTYJUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70S (Clark)
i UK l:
IBN '' 'lll-.v,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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I ind. la, to ih.
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ly i in hog n I .;i.l. < "..uii i Flo-
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Ihe linn i.i ih- n puhl
th. .- in- ill i"1 Ki i
I I ..i Miami, I'l'i Ida, Ihi
lay ,. mil V. A II '
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IIAIlOl.n SHAl IRO
Ml.,i: > : i i-:., gtrin
.; i.i.....Iii Road, Miami :
n.i 181
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-2816
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A.NME W.M.IAi'i:,
riainnff.
- \ > -
ci.AniiM i: wai.i.ai i:.
]'!' ml.ml
TO. CIJUtKNCE W.M.I.AiK. ^
\, rib-.il, Plaza, VpurllUtlll No. 10
Flofala. Aluliunia
You, CI4ARENCE K'ALI.ACE, i.re
li.i.i.y tu.Ufleo that .. Bill ..( Com.
f"i I ilvon h.i- b. n filed
) "U.....I 1 1,11 .., 1. ,|inr,.d iu
*' *'*.....DJ Of y.iUI All.-li, I ..I I'lr.i.l-
Hill 'omplaint
I'lalnilff* attorney, pi -i.i.ai'K *
It \Rt INK, :" W Till Sir, 1.
Mjaml, i'i..i Ida mid rile the ori-
rlnul a i' 01 i'i. udlng in il.....flu
"f ihe Clerk < iha fir. ult Court on
' i" fore II nth .l.r, ..f Mar. h. I9?u
11 10 do .-... Judgment I.i d. -
i.'iili mil I.- taken aKai'nel i.'u f..r
ihe n Hi I di manihd in the Hill of
'ompln im
Thin ..... -hull be puhl -Ii- one*
.,' ii ir |tiVI il .. i.-
111 THE JEW isil PUHtlPIAN.
'' INK \\|i tlRUEREl) .,! Miami
l".....Li. Ihla .ih .1 ,,1 K.l.ruari
A 11 I'.?"
E It I.EATHERM \ \ 1
Circuit Court I) it ui 1 Klorida
El) 1- 'I'Kl and
I', lllll "'I. il,
I I I IH'! S.'.ll I
I"" H.I VI K ,\- |! IRONE
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I 11 1
Miorn.y. I01 Plaintiff
i L'" :7 1/6-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME 1 AW
NOTICE IS llhltEin Ul\ EN Hnn
hi n I- l-,....i. 1I1 1 Irlng ......a igi
m Iu .. ...... 1; name]
il I'liins w \.;. in i.i' \i 1 \ \i 1
Cllii TS w At : 'N 'I' m 1 \ mi UNIT
' "th Avenue, North
Miam. int. un. -
with th.- 1 Ihe Circuit <
ul |i d. 'oui l-'l.>l
M MtKETIN'i S^ VUICATE, INC
HER, It' 1 AH -
and 111:11.r.lti \ \i:i; p \
,\| t I'Kl". INU SYNDICATE, INC
I" i.N U .- .11.. i:ivl
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-2817
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KHEPDIK Win (TEN,
Plaintiff,
-1 --
I'.KTTV IAV ft'OOTEN.
Hi f.'iidanl.
TO; HETTY i-'av im 1) i:v
i:..-i.i.ii,,- ciikiu.1i 11
You lti:'ITV PAY Ui'T I I
hi by notified dial .1 Hill : 1
plaint for ptvni 1 1...- In.
I you, and i.-ii ..I-.- reojivr.Mi
.-.11. u "I,' yt.ui \n 1 01 I'I.
Inf la 'l lllll ni 1 "011111 ." I
Plainill r nilorn. t iff J
POM. VCK .....I H IIHiNK Sal
'7"" V W T'h Sir. el, Miami, I
I '1.....1 -11..1 A
or PI........- iii. ..ir..... !... '
of iu.- Circuit Couil ..ii "i I..-.,
}0th da) of March, ou
In do -.. Judg mi nt l>> d. faull
ink.-ii asalnni ou foi th<
dad in Hi- Hill ..f 'un.1..11
Tin.- notice shall he puhliak
,... ii u... k f,.i four .'-,n-. ni i\.
THE h:\visii PUtRini w
IMiNE ami liRbEREK 111 Ml
FI01 Ida, i!n- l.iih da) l I'i hi 1
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in in; 1 'ourt, Pndi 1 u
Ul I* Cl IPKI \ Mi
l>. |.n > Clerk
(Circuit Courl s.'iiii
IN -I.I M K and RARONE
ITon v W 7'h St
Mi,.ii" I-",. ,! .
AI lorn 1 > 4 lor Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUl"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCER '
No. 70-2768
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Of I.N A It A II I.I T.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACT ION
No 70-3?64
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.EE DROWN HOWBM,
Plaintiff.
vg
1 It STVTKV v-
.1 M1..1111, Klorida, Ihia !6lh MARTHA IEANEU.B HOWBI.T*
. .>i I 7 11. *. ndanl ., ,
I f.-n to. MARTHA JEANBI.l-B ROWEM.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ll AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FL01IDA IN PROBATE
No 70-746
CEORCE T. CLARK
RS Kaun
1M1.I.IAM RCHtVARTZ,
NOTICE tO CREDITORS
To All VII IN '-..11- ll.11
mi i.r m !- AgiOnil Kald
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m rifled -,.i n ojulr
la I-- i.i. in. .11.1-
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.tie ol UII > i-|| t\ \i;t/ ,1-
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'i- |. 1. dainty,
1 1 in.! ,1. and -
I I :... Klorida
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DogrUi u : m,i.- Coainty, Ho-
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PAI'l !- I S'UIW M'.TZ
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Rout* -. Boa JOT
Knwrlwakn, MlfliPTll
x'..ii MARTHA JBANEM.E ROW.
Kl.l.. are herchj notified ">:.- I '
of Complaint for UWorae hav be.
fil.^l ag-alaat you, and are
nu-re.l In m rvi .. "i 1 of >' "r v
or PI. idlna th. Hill of C. mpli
..n ih. Plamtlfr. attorn.) WN
/\Ml'T Hi HMITH, I'.'- Canllal n
Rida Ml nni. Ki. rida ISU8 an
......ginal Vimwei or I
.1 -,. .. ,. ih. Cl k ol ih. '
, r! on "i i" th' '
Am 1 "'7'. If 1.11 I II '
judgmi i Li default 'I'
, u for III. 1 lief
in ih. Hill of Complali '
Thi- 1 'ii -'n I' la p
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THE 'KWisM KM>IMI>IAN

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-760
111 FIB E Lite of
IRENE WBITZNER
p,....,-, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T VII ir.iliK.i .....I All Pi I ..!
!; Claim or Demandi A-..1..1 Siiid
1: .
Y"ii are herebj notified 1 I requli
. .1 10 prewnl .. > I'laJmx and man.i-
hi. h 1.11 m .1 h .1 it.....' '"i" I
al. of IRENE WBITZNER dec. laed
late .' I.i.I. County, Klorida, t" Ihi
. ii'ii in.it. of P nl< CMinty, id
tile ih.- name in du|illeate and <
provided In Section 7M.I4, Klorida
Statuti'. In thi Ir ,.iii in the oui
i CourlhouM In Pude 1 tout I) i'i"
,,,! |hi > .il. n.lar ni.mlh" f...in
l(, 1 ... Ihi !--! puhli. at" .11 hi
,.f. ..r ih. aami mil he barred.
Pat, 1 ,. Miami Klorida, lit -
,,.,, Kehruney, N l> '"""
Ri >|IERT 1 u IDUER
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p i.ul.h. all......f lhl>
. 7''i .1 of Ki I" Uil
II VROI.lt STRCMPI
NO" ICE UNDER
FICTITI -US NAME LAW
N. 1 ICE IS l!hi:i:i:\ UIVE.N
Ii. unili 1 ." 'I. siring ....
t knei unil.i the fictitiou
l.\ ER SAUDI 1: II VII
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KBHMVN
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for Kx. ''
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.,i|. I. is HEREHY lilVEN
th. n .n.i 1 .... 'I. di Hiring i"
in l.u-m. Ha 1111.I.' lh< fi' lltioUs.
nl I.BNOX APARTMENT!) I
\ y. ...ih A\. uu. and IM7 1 N.B ."'
1 Miami H-... h. I'I" I"-
, : -..i.i 1.1 in- Ith 111*'
Cinuil '"Ui' "i I'.i'i.
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K I.I'll -I RTEPHAN
IT ANK HI KH VNt "
K vTIB I'I KHANOO
KHIRI 1 '> VVOtH.K
Vi no > for 1- no Aparlmenta
1 1 iii ..,'1
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7:.11 \ S W 1041
1 nngi'-.il
A11-11, r 01 Pleading ffici f
Ihe 1 i- Circuit Cog
In I'm. tl imh da) of .M. rch
you fail to do 1*
Fault 'II u 1
. the i. hi led i Dill 'f
1 '.in''
Tl otic, shall I publlMi .1 n "
1. for foul 1 n' *
: In THi: IBWI8H I'M mini VN
1,11- c \\|. DRi>BREn
Klorida ihl I'.Ui da) of I -i ru 1 y
All 7 '
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1 circuit t ourt, 1 i.mI. "oui ii Klon .
1 .Iii IPEI-AND
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY (11VEN I I
ihe ii'i.i. r-iun.-.l. dealrlng to
in buslnem under Ihe flctltinua name
..f .MII.AM'S JEWELERS- IAIPf>!T
9 W '- Btn (Sulti
i. I Intend to rim
im with Ihe 1 'lerk of the 1
u.i .ihi "i Dadi .ii '1 1 hi
MARIA INKANTE PEN IN
CARI "S P PENI.N
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(.'ir. ull Court Real)
VI IN ZAMKT SMITH
111- Capital Ran* Itlda
Miami, Klorldn 11
Att. -i i- for PlaluOff
Phon. 178 "I'I

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"OELIMl^nv CERTIFICATE OF
Corporate DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
M ... r0F FLORIDA
.ALL n. WHOM
s
-A" ''" uim 1.. be
itj i,. ,N' '.ri...ration.
'' "' it 1 ::i. "' '''''' "' Buataeaai
A;T I MIAMI REACH, n.M'i:
"W. "* f Klorida, and

f
orporaUon did on th.-
1 bruary, a n i:.7ii
.'H"l in th- nffh 1 ,.f ih,
'""""'I iin.i '-V"" '"> authorlt)
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'"rp-.r.,. log
Ul. ,, the Secretary of
i^nir ,,,;." ; rru*? '" "'-
h'r-nuirn '','" a.Uafled that
"""tpli."! -,,,,' "' "' li have been
J2*ato"l^ WHBBJBOK. I have
JNIiwI ihr ,, nu ,,J"'I -'"'I have
,^r|,k it ;','.'*'' "' ,h" '
'h|MhpT.''V,:, '- ""' Capital,
TOM ADAMS
crtary of State
3,6-i3-:o-:7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOrt
DAOc COUNTY.
No. 70-aOM
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
VI.U&N M, ka<;ki.
Plaintiff,
VH.
ANNHBI'I KAOB1 .
11, f-ii'lanl
To. ANNHBM.B KAOEJ
214 111 iik. Road
Rherry till. ^ ''- >' .
You. ANNBEI.IE KAIIEU are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
"' i"..m plaint for lnv...... haa been niau 1
nrorpors.1- aaTalnal yoaj, and you are requlren
Htate 01 I m nerve a oopy Of y..ui Anawer or)
MAN- I'l.a.llng i" the Hill of Complain' ;,'
Iha Plalntlffa attorney, Ml'iiMi-
s GROSSMAN, *:" l-iiic'n R'l HUM*
Miami Reach, Klor'.rta SS1S8
file the ..namal Anaw r th. ...1, .1 th. CTerk ol Ih. t Irouit
Courl or before Ihi I daj "i
M.u. h .''7" if you fail to 'i.....
iu.tgin.it > 'i-'auit .nil be taken
(ulnal you for Ho relief .l.m.ml.'I
in the Hill "( nii.i.i.ni
Thli 1 ii' -hall i" publlahed
null week f.-r four cunaecHllve
in THE JEWISH KU'ltll'l VN'
DONE AMI t>BJ>BRED Ml
Pferlda. tin* r.'ih day of Pebnian
A I' lTtl
B II l.llVTIIKIt.MAN. Cl. rk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Klorida
By: I. 8NBBUBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit <*>.urt S. ..Ii
MICHAEL .-' QUORUM AN
tin Uncohi Road, Sui
Miami Reach. Klorida S31S9
Attorney for Plaintiff .....
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
v ,. RKII IHVK.N
the undi di '
, ,,, l.u ui r be fi. """'
1 s n rci '"i"- nniiER
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mlh Ihe 1 Tell il Hi" Cln U '
,.1 Da.l 'I ') Klorida
JOSEPH v I'm'
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iMI.IN'. ItOTHENHEK! KtMi VN,
K'HtNHI .I'M KOTHE iBERL
l|,.r-i.i- for ......
j 4 s C.URCI S CAPE 'I'l'l.lt
Suite '" III' "u" '"8
Miami. Klnri
1130
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I. maittia
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70626 Dowling
In Ki: Batati "f
: ELLEN v WAJA'H.
I glen known aa
I'.l.l.r-V OATEt) WAU II.
"' 'NOTICE TC CREDITORS
To All Creditor, and All Peraam I
,. 1 i'ii.mi- pr ".man.1 '.H un I Sal 1
Batata:
1 mi an heri h> no
,-U I" preaenl anj claim" ant
whi'-h you maj havi ... alnal ihi -
K.'in, .. 1:1.1 KM OATBR W U.CH,
I!.".'. ,.-. 'I Miami, Ihtde ii*ji
Klorida. to th' '"nun 'uu
County, at 'i lie lh<
and .1- provW. .1 In >
Klorida Ktatulea. th' li '
hl tht Count) t-ourthouw
County, Klorida, a'llhln
, ,1, rnlur in- lh from I' lime ol tn-
nrai ,'ni'i ii atli'it Iu ol '" Ihi -mi
mil I- barrid
Hated at Miami, I
I I ', I'M! .'i IH
|\ I'lA s I'i Ik
1 a. ii" n ol ih. 1
BI.I .EN v 'I'"
ELLEN 1 VTEM VVAJA'II '
itlon "i tl
the JTili daj "i Ki In larj
H a l.l .A' EN M VER
Attorn, i "I Bi utilx
(C liiaa B} n< Building
Miami rii ll0
I '.cl'
dupllcat.
1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN TKE CIRCUIT COU^T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF rLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECV NTY CIVIL ACTION
No 70-2563
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I III) C VRt>,
V
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lUint
.. su i:\i:i'.'iT' caro
1 ail.. i" lnv
Bdi v ; M"r>
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T.-u BNH 1 I'K CARO ar. h. rebi
,1 .1.,. inn ..I Complaint ror
Divi ru h us '" fi 'I uiialnt 1 1 iu
and you an ri |U red 10 aerv. a
. any of your V'l < r or I 1; adlng
:,. ftlU of 1 'i nl .....be PJaUillfl -
PI ,1; M 1 "i'i-:/.. sin..-
6IS. Aluala) Building, N I- Ural
\v. Mi.,1,1. Pll ii.'.. :'"! Rl< '"
orlg-li .,: Vnaa'i r or PI. ndlng in Ihe
,i......f Ho Clerk of Ihe 1 1
1 "ourl "" or befori lath oil) 1
.March. 1*70 If ."" rail '
ludgment b> default 'ii '-
11.,,,,-! you for tin el di in.in1.'I
! 11, ih- Hill of Complain!
,11 I., pul
. ,. i, ... k foi four ."'- Utiv. a-eekr
i THE JEWISH IT "i:un v\
|h ink. AND tRDERED ." Miami.
,.',,.,,1 .1,1- i.'h day "i Kebruan
\ 1 l"7n
CCI EATHER.M VN '
Cn. uil ''".1" I' i'1' "ii'" Ktoi
I'.v MAROI'BRITE KENT
Deput) Cl-k
1, 'ir. ult '..nri Real 1
PETER M 1 IPEZ
.,1: Viuali .. Bu Idll R
Klorida
\,i, 1 ni 1 t"i Plailtl !'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl 'Th T7 IS HEREBY lilVI N '
ih. ir
in- 11 "i. 1 ihe ii- 11 i"u-
CREl ilT .'"HI' 1 I M'l'll I VTKD
11 w i M
mill iiam. uith the
, git I,. ,,1 1 iudi '"..
Klorida
1.1:1 ANN .v DELANi
VRTHCR l> DECKELMAN
Vtti Vppllcanl
... 1 ... 1 Bids
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NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREHY tilVEN thai
Ihe underslgnwl, dealrlng i" engag.
in buaii hi 11 1. r ill. 1.....loua mill"
..f JIM W1LIJQ'*M NH ^s", MJ ^l'
Silt PPBS ..1 i'i- s 1 il*l< Hlghe i).
Miami mi. 11.1* '" rearlater -.ml name
i, ith 11,. i'i. nk u' ih- Circuit Courl
..1 1 iad. "iintv. Tioi Ida
.; MtLKK.HCNILAND
MIMiir i>U'. INC.
KESSI.ER L'Jii'a.
SIIEII VDSrWlt'liHOKERMAN
mi..11 in Arrltnji"
\ .. nui Miami
: J0-J7 Si 0-13
<*pX^
WHILE
YOU
^VWAIT!
1 TO 1000 COPIES
1 II opi JJ.J5
XEROX COPIES 25c
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miutu
t*. ill 4412
ana 1
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nsii li'Mf
MltNl IIICH
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>Jewist> fkrAMan
FVidcy. March 13.
JOIN THE SMART FOLKS *** SHOP
& SAVE MORE EVERY PAY OF THE
WEEK dtlhei* FOOD FAIR STORES!
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
....LB.
49
DELICIOUS
EATING
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
TOP U.S. CHOICE- WESTERN
FIA. GA. GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
.BREASTS (*itxAs)
DRUMSTICKS
THIGHS LIVERS lb
RIB STEAKS 99
TENDER CLUB STEAKS......... 1
TOP 'J.S. CMOICl*Af STER* ^ *3*k
JUICY CHUCK STEAKS........ 69
WESTERN SELECTED
SLICED BEEF LIVER
LB
59
TOP U.S. CHCIC
E-VYESTERN (CENTER CUT)
GA:-FIA.GRADE A-FRESH ICED
QUARTERS ,e
BREA ST OUARTER S IfG QUA R TER S_____
SAVE 22 -FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL*
RIB ROASTS 99
LONDON BROIL .. .ftmft......'I29
TCP -. ^TfRS PRESMLV MADE dff% dBBl
LEAN GROUND CHUCK .. 89
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
ICtS CFFCCTIVC THRU SATURDAY A> .. 4TH
AT ALL FXOO FAIR & I i I H
|fc^-,B MERCHANTS GREEN ST4Vt>s
I k. A 1 YOUR EXTRA ADDED BONUS
""^ FOR THE FINEST GIFTS
THIS WEEK'S FEATURE
PROVINCIAL
SAUCER ^QO
with i acm S3 PuncHAst fJLdBv ^^m
IXCLJDING CIGANETTIS ^EE^ &
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SAVE U* TO 36<- BONUS SPECIALS! 1 SAVI UP TO 24< BONUS SMC I AH!
FOOD FAIR
ALL GRINDS
Uft. CAN
QUART JAI
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LB.
BAG
LIMIT ONE BAG, PUASl WITH OTHH MMCMASU Of
J10 00 OS MOM EXOUKMNG OCAKTTH
SA.E Tomato Paste.......
Pear Peeled Tomatoes 2
Cook Book Sauces
6
2
2
99=
69<
FYNE TASTE all purpose
COFFEE 37
iMMtoM can. wmm mum nua witnotmbi mwoaaim
OfUHO* MOM PCM OCAMTTtl
GARDEN FRESH SNO-WHITE
FOOD FA*
QUART JAR
QUART JAR *%4f%
Mayonnaise JV
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IMUT ONI JAI lilMII MANO HiAU WITH OTHM HWO4A10
OHlOmOII IICIUOMG OGAJITTIl
SAVE 8' ON EACH-UBBY'S LOW CALORIE
BCirUCC HALVES OR SLICED
rt AL,nto ... i6-oz. can ...
FRUIT COCKTAIL '?,?
APRICOTS HAL.V.ES. .'EK\
BARTLETT PEARS 'S2 \
Mtulvmtm 19
JUICE ORAMGES.Tfr.!^Tr.'.?.,i.'!.".,,:".10- 29<
SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT^cuR.ve lO 69
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jpv 24 KARAT |
V Gold Flatware

3 PIECE sen;
99
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VALUC
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US' HA
Lipton Tea Bags
SA.S At
Realemon Juice
BSEAIFAS- C* CAMPIONS
Big G Wheaties
si 10
I
59e
APPLES
WASHINGTON STATE
mo on u DELICIOUS.
MCINTOSH or ROME
2 49
FOOD FAIR FAMILY LOAF
WHITE BREAD

RITZ LOW CALORIE
(NEW FORMULA-NO ClCLAMATE' OR
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31 FOOD FAIR SODAS
BONUS SPECIAL!
MORTONS FROZEN
POT PIES
BEEF TURKEY-MACARONI ft CHEESE
CHICKEN. SPAGHETTI A MEAT
Broccoli Spears 4 99
SA.t Ac '02SS ..
Food Fair Asparagus ..... 55c
ALL
FLAVORS
12'c-89c
SAVE19<-CASEOf 24 12-OZ CANSS1.77
BONUS SPECIALS!
CREAMED
COTTAGE CHEESE
SAVE 10'
BALLANTINE
BEER
6 89
^BJBr DiCiiT ^BB^ AW
ONUS SPECIALS!
KING SIZE
l-LB. 4-0?
LOAVES
-..! >iX: 'A >
Pineapple Strudel
59*
FOOD FAIR
l-LB.CUP
MASTERS
NEW STA-FRESH
PORTION PACK
4-OZ.
CUPS i
9 02 .
f ASUING KQC
Birds Eye Cool Whip
SA.E c #OJ"En uNS*EE"ENED ^M
B I W Grapefruit Juice 6 $1
Stuffed Potatoes 2 89
INCOME TAX
PREPARED HERE
lOMFT SMVICE NO APPOINTMENT
SAVE TIME WOttX
A HAVE OW TAX
u i-di-
___I QUAUMfO TAX
CONSULTANT*
CHECK YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE FOR
ADDRESS NEAREST YOU'
Whipped Cream Cheese 39
Skim Chocolate Milk 19c
Borden's Velva Kreme 19
Light Cream............ 19
Pure Orange Juice 29c
Mrs. Filbert's Margarine 4 *1
American Cheese........... 65
Sliced Swiss Cheese 45c
Baby Gouda or Edam 59
Kosher Pickles ......% 75e
89 VALUE _____ dFB
ULTRA-BRITE >?TH P*T ?SV 59

Lustre Creme Hair Spray 4SC Spray Anti-Perspirant
88
Seo^tod *7reaU f
FRESH CAUGHT FU/h."-' m *A
MACKEREL .W
KINGFISH STEAKS 59
I ( I B ,-NC ^ SCOTIA SLIC
Salmon 89
Sweet Munchee Cheese o
Lean Pastrami os
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Salami or Bologna
SAVI 17 APPItUOl SPiOALI
RICH'S ALL DARK MEAT
OVEN ROASTED
SLICED 1B
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