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

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

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

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University of Florida
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^JevtHish IHLoridlian
CombininQ THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida Friday. March 20, 1970
Tl.ree Sectic
Pric
Fighting Flares On
All Four Fronts
Fighting continued on ;*11 four fronts facing
with the level <>f aotlon on tin Syrian and Lebanese
.... nt days and activity along the Suez Canal
.: somewhat reduced after a weekend flurrj
nutted lasl week, and attacks by the nartor i
Syria and acton the Suez were believed to be
tor the enemy sheJUngs on the western and
: nem) tosses, understandably, d propor-
x unted as Is
' American Jets
: I, Egyptian
tirerafi < ":" ,oM5" Wi'Z
total of 90
planei ">" ****
fiu these. 17 were Syria .v
,,. bi ,- nee belonged to the
United Arab Republic.
Urastl Air Fores jet. carried
Mil atu*ck <"> BgyP***" l*0*4-
HtSS in lw Surz Caul B'
both Maadaj morning nttse-
nnon. Oae Egyptian MlG-21 was
hot doun in a SegflgM weat of
Ihr .anal; a secsad ras hit, hut
;i not ieea to crash.
In th deepesl penetration of
Syna bj Israeli forces since the
wai in J ine, 1967 three Israeli
comma'.-io forces i lunged In to
imasb lit target! ami an
so-foot high steel pylon carrying;
lectric current to Damascus.
one <>i the targi ts was an Army
training camp ami command
base at Kteifa village, 30 miles
northeast of Damascus and some
BS miles behind the Israel*
Syrian cease-fire lim's. They
were reported to have returned
safely.
Guerrilla concentrations on
the slopes of Mt Herman in Leb-
anon, west of the Hashani EUver,
were shelled by [srarli forces
Monday. A half dozen shells
were fired from Lebanese terri-
tory mt" Israel, but caused no
damage or casualties. Egyptian
gunfire In the southern sector
of th<' Suez Canal was responsi-
Continued on Poqo 12-A
2 Major Arab
Gangs Ca ugh I
In Dragnet
lt.\ Special Report
T! i. AVIV Israeli sccui I
lores smashed two majoi Arab
1. n oi 1st r.-111 this week, ai -
ii sting some 50 gui rrillo sus-
pi cis bi hi ved ')" iating out ol
|;. thlehi in and Ii. I ion.
i n those ;n i esti d, 37 wei e
linked to a sabotage network
which has been operating in the
Ga/a Strip and m the occupied
joidaman sector near Hebron.
Sonic ol those captured were
thought to be responsible for the
deaths of two American tourists
in that area in recent months.
Six of the suspects were ap-
prehended in East Jerusalem,
and large quantities of arms and
ammunition were seized. These
supplies were believed to have
been smuggled across the Dead
Sen at night in small boats.
A nationwide dragnet was in-
itiated two weeks ago in on ef-
fort to forestall the so-called
"spring offensive" by Arab ter-
rorist organization. The success
of the operation is reported to
have dealt them a decisive blow
Jerusalem Awaits
Nixon's Decision
JERUSALEM The nation's capital was awaiting the
. rence dui Inc. whii i Pn cnt Nixon's d >i >n Israel's
[or additional jel aircraft was to be announced by Secretar> ''
State William P. Rogers this week li irces in both nat >ra
, ... ;-.,,. i had acceded to the Nixon Administration's demand thai
details of militarj contn betwi n thi tv i nations remain s. ret,
and aftei that eoncess on had he Pn rident Is t>
to have drafted "highlj qualifii I" si ti nenl which nelthei c
mits the United States i i t llii : .-en number ol Phanton ir
Skyhawks to Israel n..r denies the Israelis' request.
Ambassador Jarring Meets
With UN Representatives
The Administration had bi i
believed to be in favor ol grant-
ing a good share, at least, of
Premier Golda Mcir's request.
Its apparent shift in policy was
thought to be due to a growing
t.-cling in Washington that with-
restrictions on military aid. Is-
rael could not be made to firmly
seek a diplomatic accord. On the
other hand. Secretary Rogers
was said to be convinced that a
decisive rejection of Israel's re-
quest might pressure the Israelis
into rash action.
Although President Nixon has
apparently decided against au-
thorizing the sale of additional
military aircraft to Israel, his
decision will not shut th. door
on future supply of aircraft in
the event the Soviet Union re-
sumes large-scale rearmament
of th<' Arab states or a real
military threat to Israel's air
superiority arises Administra-
tion sources declared.
>lr. Nixon presumably will
reiterate 'his country's rontln-
i iNS IJTA
A the Unit) I
Nati 'I that Am-
i .- Gui V Jarring, the
I'.N.'s lo the Middle
East was meet ing Ith "Inter-
: consult itiom
thi possibility "i reaum-
his Mideasl peace mission.
Then was still no indication, he
said whether L'.N. Secretary-
General U Than! was "opti-
' pess is tic" about th*1
Big Four talks h k1 in hit Vork
lasl Thursday, two 'lavs aft< i
Dr. Jarring returned to the
U.N., and scheduled to meet
in tins Thursda:
Since his retain from Moscow.
Ambassador Jaring met with Is-
rael's permanenl representative
t,, the U.N Yosef Tekoah, Leb-
anon's envoy, Eduard Ghorra,
and I>i Abdulla El Irian. Egypt's
acting ambassador. There was
no word, bowev.i. on whether
France Asks Israel
To Avoid Escalation
' Rl SALF.M IJTAI Frame
i- ael to do every-
avoid escalation
the I.' banese
it has h., n disclosed.
Th" i.quest was col vej d by
i Fiances Hure to
'.ins', r Abba Eban In
til initiated b. the Am-
isdoi informed souro i said
\\ wai .. liabl) reported thai
N;' Eban told Ambassador Hun
thai futun developments i n the
LU'in.s, border depend upon
'h*' ; I authorities The
/eminent has the
The
. ob-
gation of preventing guerrilla
Mtacks on Israel from Lebanese
territory, the Foreign Minister
imI in Israel's
1 capable ol doing so.
ftMign Mlnlstr
n*l press
Prsno
Iw)
opinion.
y sources de-
reports that both
the Soviet Union
warned Israel not to take
"'aiiatm-y action on Lebanon.
Reports from Beirut said that
ll'n'h Ambassador Ilcrnaid du
F'oumier told Lebanon's For. ism
Mlnistei Nasaira Majdalani that
Fiance condemns Israeli threats
against his government and has
officially warned Israel against
any rash action against Leba-
non According to the reports,
Russia's Ambassador Sarvar A/
imov later Informed Lebanon
that Ins government had told
Israel Russia condemns its Bft
gressive attitude toward the
Arab world.'
The statements by the two
. nvoys constituted the first of-
ficial reaction to a formal pro-
test made by Lebanon to the
Ambassadors of Britain, France,
Russia and the United States
over alleged Israeli threats, the
reports said. Political circles In
Paris said Franc lias taken
"energetic action" to prevent
Israeli reprisals. They reported
n warning" was conveyed to
Mr. F.bon by Fiance's Ambassa-
dor. Bui most observers believe
the French diplomatic action
was milder than reported.
he had kept an appointment to
meet Mr. Thant and convi y his
Impressions ol the various rep-
resi ntatives t" him during the
We. Lend
Mr I'ekoah, who declined to
disclose 'he contents ol their
talk, described th- meeting: a1*
"exploratory." and later told
ewsmen It was t.> earl) for
Dr. .lurriiiK to decide on a fu-
ture course ol action. One dif-
ficult) ill making the decision.
he noted, was thai Israel is
prepared to cooperate with the
peace mission, while the Arab
states, with Kussia's encourage-
ment, were continuing to pur-
sue their "war Of attrition."
According to reports reaching
London from Cairo. Or. LI Irian
told Dr. Jarring thai Egypt did
not object t<> his return to the
Middle East, "provided he would
brins with him an Implementary
program for Israeli withdrawal
within a specific period." The
period he suggested was from
thi..- to six months, it was re-
ported.
lied concern for the seeiirit> "f
Israel and reaffirm the I .s.
commitment to aid Israel in
maintaining a balance ol power
in the Middle East.
It was said that Mr. Nixon's
refusal to comply with Prime
Minister Golda Mcir's request to
be allowed to purchase more
Phantom supersonic Jet fighter-
bombers and the Skyhawk jet
workhorses will be based on th--
premise that Israel now enjoys
a marked military superiority
and will in the immediate fu-
ture, making additional planes
unnecessary at this time.
Sources in the State Depart-
ment, which ha* been opposing
the sale of planes to Israel,
have revealed that b\ withhold-
ing the Phantoms, Mr. Nixon
induced the soviet Union t hold
back on providing Egypt with
the MKHSSi SO im|>ro\ed new
tight er-homber.
One Administration SO
Continued on P9 M
Poles Go To Denmark
Rabbi Melchoir Says
West Germany Arrests
Two More Arabs
BONN (JTAJ Two more
Arabs have been arrested in
West Germany i" connection
with the sabotage ol Israel-
bound airliners Feb. 21.
\, rberl Oberle, the attorney
general in Karlruhe, disclosed
the arrests, but said he could
nol r. veal the Arabs' names be-
cause the case is still under In-
vest iti.>n. The evidence, he
said, links them with a seen I
terrorist organization believed
to be responsible for the crash
Oi the Swlssab jet near Zurich
and the forced landing of an
Austrian airliner at Frankfurt.
WASHINGTON IJTAI The
Chl< i Rabbi ol l>. nmark says
that the Polish refugees stream-
ing into Denmark will become
more Jewish than th. > have
, ver been. "These were top peo-
ple in the Polish government."
Rabbi Ben! Melchior said, "and
they are looking foi some kind
, f identity U will be difficult
for them to identify themselves
as Danes so they will have to
identify themselves as Jews'"
Hal bi Melchior. who was in-
Stalled In his past last week, is
on a visit to the United States.
Speaking at a press conference
at the Jewish Community Coun-
cil of Greater Washington, he
said the Polish refugees have
been coming t<> Denmark ever
sine- the government announce-
ment of an unrestricted immi-
gration policy. Some 1.500 Poles
emigrated to Denmark between
last spring and the end of the
year.
The Jewish community in
Denmark numbers about 7.000.
he said, not counting the un-
certain number of Pohah refu-
gees. There is no "Jewish neigh-
borhood." because apartn
are so scare people take I
wherever they can find I
As a result, Jewish educati n
sutlers. He reported "great -
cess." however, with an experi-
mental "Jewish weekend" pro-
cram to replace the once-a-week
Hebrew school lessons.
IN THIS ISSUE -
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Engagtn'U S-9B
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I AT A Reports
Arab Airline
Safely Pledge
GENEVA (JTAI The Ii I
i atlonal Air Transport As-, i i-
tion said today that Arab si it -
have pledged to do all in theii
power to combat air teiroris -
and ensure tin safety of airlin-
ers. IATA spokesmen seemed t.>
be satisfk d with the promts -
ol the Arab governments, at
1. ast for the time being.
The IATA announcement was
n Bde shortly after an Egyi ti I
airlinei crash landed near Al-
exandria following an explos
that w l.cked part of its U
cai riage Th.' United Arab Air-
line let "as on a flight from
Athens to Cairo with ten pas-
sengers, one of whom was
poiic.i slightly injured by frag-
ments. Egyptian authoriti"
p. inted a committee to Investi-
gate the crash. They said sab)
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Friday. March 20. 197Q
Jay I. Kislak Honored
By Builders Division
The Builders and Alli.nl Trades K.Orations board of If****
division was to hold its Mcood and tho eaecutiva buard oi MB
:.ual dmner at_t^ Sheraton Natiow] Confer*^ o t hns tans
^and 3e*n as well as the Citizens
Board of the I'niwrsity of Miami.
Herbert Sadkln is aervlag as
Mvanoed Gifts chairman; Morten
lilberman is Builders and Allied
trades coordinator. Committee
members Include Norman Cohea
Kins 8. Density. Morton GUck.
! mil .1 Gould. Ted Hollo. Law-
p i J. Justin. Joseph H Kan* r.
.\'ai\in Orleans. Robert Prltikin.
Kenneth Schwartz, G rg A Si-
mon and Howard J. Trina
Worldwide Mazi
Fighters Organize
TEL AVIV I JT.v An lnt r-
national convt ntion ol tli Jew-
tan Fiehti A insl Nazta
Concentration Camp Inmates
, m :::.' has dec! I up
i worldwide organisation of
tighten against Na/i.
Stefan Graytk. chajrman oi
the Israel Organisation >>f Nad
Fighters, said the aim of the
organization would be to battle
active anti-Semitism such as
that found in Poland and the
Soviet UnkNI, Qgbl neo-Nazis in
West Germany ami other conn-
tries, locate Nazi criminals, and
actuate dormant und.xgtound
associations to fight Arab ter-
rorist groqpa which are cooper*
atii'.g with Conner Nazis.
WC Celebrate-. Purim
The Meyer I ondon Branch 88,
Workmen's Circle, will ceUbrate
thi foetrvaJ of Purim Fi
at the Miami Bi ach P
tttts will be
i. H d lb. -. Harrj I
rt Pogr
MY KlSlAA
POUT Ambassadors Tiarsuay eve-
ning under the leadership oi Saul
Morgan, Stephen Muss and
ChttCk* Rosenberg.
The dinner sponsored in behalf
of tho Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration's 1970 Combine I Jewish
Appeal Isnv 1 Enn rgi ncy Fund
. .impaitm by the building industry
f Greater Miami was to honor
Jay I. Kistak for ins continued
support d-.cat. sen I i
the building industrj of South
Florida. Ambassador Ge:skon \\-
. r. assistant dtrcctor-j^om-ral of
Israel's Ministry of Foreln Af-
fairs was to be guest speaker
Mr K:>:-. i pant general cam-
aign eh f besk th Un
"und of D.i Count] the
mbim J sh Appeal is Hi
.,-! .:: Counts
Unerkai sn M Fam-
> s< tv. He is a "-
ler of ;.'. Gn A i Miar
Y's Annual Meeting
Part Of Its 'April In
Miami' Ball Event
Following the format of last
car's Buccesful event, the annual
meeting of the ym-ywha of
Greater Miami will take the form
of a short business meeting fol-
lowing the "April in Miami Ball"
Saturday. April 4. In the ballroom
Of the Central Y. 8500 SW 8th St.
A 7:.'0 p.m. champagne recep-
tion will precede the buffet supper
; 8:30. Dletarj laws will !>< ob-
.eil. Members and community
I aders are urged to reserve their
tables early. Cost is S3 pel pen ID.
Jack Katzman has b i i n im-
iuated for president I the 'Y, and
Sam s. itlin as honorary president,
r.omii ating committet i hairman
K:e lai Other offi-
,. ra lude Allan J
Qlueksl n N im ir Kassi i Evan
iter and Morton Silberman. vici
idenU; Jack Sehenkman.
treasurer: Stanley R, Gilbert, as-
sociate treasurer: Edward Luettg,
r cording secretary; Milton Bal-
sam corresponding secretary, and
Mrs Ray Benin, financial secre-
tary.
Further information regarding
the annual meeting may be ob-
tained from Jack Gold at the 17
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Brotherhood Blood Drive
A major blood drive will be held
1 > the BrotherJiood of Temple Or
I ik n Persons LTi\ii>K blood are re-
quired to refrain from eating any-
thing until after the donation is
made. Breakfast will be served to
.ood donors
In rime of Crisis we must con-
tinue to purchase ISRAEL
BONDS to keep Israel eco-
nomically strong and produc-
tive.
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" HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami,
are an important part of the Home's operating
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-
ment house. Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
since 80 of its 222 residents are public welfare
recipients. With increased operating costs, and
public assistance payments in Florida the lowest
of all states, the Home urgently needs your help
to maintain its high quality care. May we count
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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JmUt) HcridHar)
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Glickmans Are Temple
Menorah's Honorees
Mr ami *& Na**nl01 ('-hc^
n will U the honoiees at the
%S to Israel Evening"to
STatunttay, Man* in < .,
bfijon Room -f Temple Me-
. h acrording to an announce-
ST'made by Leonard Roaen.
f;',,.. president. The Gliokmans
in be honored for Ihelr many
' at devoted and dedicat.-d
Jrvicc to the temple, th. Greater
Miami lewW> eommuniti' and the
siati ol brad.
B,niid Avital. teenier First Sec-
Mary 0* ,h< braeB Kmbassy in
ffttaingtOD. wlU he guest speaker
D tin aflato "n'ch is b,'inK h*'1'1
In btMf of th,' 1970 Combined
j,ui*h Arval I"""1 Fnvr"
grnry Fund <.im|sicn of__the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
under Vhi- ehuu mansiiip oi Jacob
A. Buresteln.
Members of the < umrruttee of
< Hosts biclude Mr, and Mrs. A.
Max Avlrod, Rabbi and Mrs.
Mayer Ataramowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Zundel s. Borons, Mr. and Mis
Morris C, Bergi r, Jacob A. Bur-
stein. Mr. and Mis. Irving H. l"y-
jpera, Mm. Harry Dejmey, Mr. and
I Mrs. bMoN Denbnrg, Mr. and
; Mrs. Isadore Dnll. Mrs. Mark
Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Max C. Fried-
i berjj. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fried-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Golden;
AUo Mrs. Nathaniel Glurkman.
I Mr. and Mrs. Guilbrmo Gold far b.
i Mrs. ljiwreiiee Hoyman. Mr. and
! Mrs. Harry J. Knight. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Nlehuk. Mr. and Mrs.
I Sheldon Lelehuk, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Maiow, Mr. and Mrs. i\
[ Morris I'ollak. Mrs. Liber Ringer,
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
.Carl S. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
(Nathan Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schiffman. Mr. and Mrs. Julio
| Schniadoaki, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I- Slegel, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
. Skolnick. Mr. and Mrs. Diaries
i Sommer, Mr. ami Mrs. William
8ucbun,,Mr, and Mis Jerry Suss-
man, Mi and Mrs. Henry R. Wcin-
Bti in, Mr. and Mrs. Skin, j W( i- .
'anci Dr. and Mis. Selwyn Willig.
, Play House Sets Comedy
Coeonut Grove Playhouse pro-
ducer SSev Bufman announces that
j Vivian Vance of "I Love Lucy"
1 fame, and Dody Goodman will co-
Mar in the Broadway comedy "My
i Daughter, Your Son." owning in :
the Playhouse Tuesday. April 14 i
j George S. Irving and Bill Me- j
j Cutcbson will be in the siip)>orting
1. of the play, which winds up I
the season.
Temple Menorah has scheduled a "Tribute To Israel
Evening" lor March 28th on behalf oi the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Pictured above at a planning meeting lor the affair are:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader; Mrs. Leonard
Rosen; Mis. Jack Rosen, hostess; and Jack A. Burstein.
Chairman, Committee oi Hosts.
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T- JihiiMi Flor-d*r. e:. not gua'i--.y th KJUifi*- o' the rrfzn*"4 M
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Friday March 20 I97C
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Number 12
One Can't Be Casua! About Evil
Mrs Mocha Daycm who grazed our presence las:
and did.-, t say anything new about :-.e state r: the
worid but ben words serve tr re ind -= how ror.al
eril we rrrr.p.o.r. cbou:. Each week, she sa.d you :.:=:
know where your friends are. I: A erica r.eeds the oil
r: :he Middle East or Arab syrr.path:es she won: th ok
much of Israel It's no: c matter of likes or disi^ces. but
o.tterer.t countries and different policies.
For the Israelis to survive may can have no illusions.
?r Mm E>aycn obviously knows, that oil. instead of saving
three can only bum more. Pompidou doesn t hate jews.
s.r.re r.e was created by the Rothschild family Russia was
DOC* a friend of Israel today it isn't. The litany of real-
pwiitiW goes on and en. day after day.
Despite the evidence we Jews in American are mere
optimistic. We give of our means so that Israel may survive
economirally we protest the actions of the Soviets end
the French we exert pressure on a vacillating President
cf the United States. We do this cs we protest Vietnam and
Laos because we believe there is still a place in world
circus tor morality and ethical conduct for nations cr.c that
cr.'.y by ir.s.s-.r.g upon such conduct in our own country
ran we ultimately bring the rest of the world to such a view.
Evil is never anything to be casual about
A Lesson In The Fun-Making
Carnivals, masquerades, megiDah-reading in forms
ranging from traditional to "mod", and plays that spoof
the whole idea give you a picture of Purirn as it will be
celebrated by Jews all over the world this weekend. It has
always been summed up for most of us by that Yiddish
jingle which tells us that today is Purim and tomorrow it's
finished so give me a penny and throw me out a very
casual but fun thing.
The scholaro are all agreed that the Book of Esther is
not historical and that Purim must really have originated
in some pagan festival which the Jews took over and
adapted. While we make fun of the story it is part of our
tradition that although in each generation the values of the
festival are re-assessed they basically tell the story of the
cge-old Jewish experience and what is to be transmitted to
cur children. Purim, then, reminds us that opposition to
tyranny from without cs well as complacency from within is
essential to the survival of our people. We hope thct this is
BOl forgotten in ail the fun.
A Display Of Rare Courage
There were no television cameras, no press =how for
t'-.e 39 Russian Jews who made or. open declaration" of
thetr love for Israel and Judaism in answer to the big
Soviet displcv r: then loyal" Jews recently, What there
o what a lessen lor the woi rare courage)
.r. :r.e fere cf almost eertaifl reprisal with their dedk
to a h rived e rler oppn
I rr Ofl here I fereece
e who had achieved a
heir Jew_sh origin but this WOS all they cc
. or their Jewish or.gin does not mean that they have
preserved their sp the Jewish nct.onal
.re.
"Every Jew has of course the right to any degree of
assimilation." the declaration of the 39 said. "We how-
ever, do net want to forfeit out national identity and our
spiritual link with our people." These are not Elie Wiesel's
"Jews of Silence." for they speck for all those Jews of
Russia whose hearts aie tied to Israel, and they will not
be silenced.
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON-It is extra-
ordinary that no strong vhcc is
being raised, either in Concress
or in the press, in th.s time of
I acute perJ for Israel One ha!f
[ the peril is earned its and it is
right here in WaaHngtoa Yet
. there is virtual silence.
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the verj real poss
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Israel permiscion to pu-
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' survival Sine th*
this matter e, the
forces her.rinc on this crucial
pre-.> rrti '. decision ha\e been
enreruBj edVand with
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th- km of xh^.r $1 b.tiit>n-a-\-ear
of Arab oil have pul-
vry pohrieal lever the)
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Season^ Last Seminar
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Dr. Saul Wackes, the instructor,
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viii demonstrate th Mc ton M-th- ,
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An educational director from O
lumbus, Ohio Dr. Wackes b a na-
tionally recognized authority.
Schwartzman, executive directoi
>>: the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
ti n, educational directors of Con-
servative congregational schools
Morris Tnrasow. educational di- arid Bureau porsoi
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Jerusalem Awaits
Nixon's Decision
Volunteers Needed For M-S Campaign
,(ontinii.d from PK> >>
_ Mr Nixon would apply Bffi to hm for deling with
the racial qu
to Israel, On*
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this policy would presumably be
brael American rein*
of the headllnea and
,i. for Aral) rstWlt-
wt agaiml the United states
to soften.
Administration so.in.-s twill
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would Ix- allowed to Imilil up, so
that immxILit. dfliverj could
Ik made to Ivriu'l. should the
in-fd itrte*. And Israel ullt con-
tinue inking deliver) or the 50
I'hintonis. )>iir, 11 !-. nf \v 111< 11
whs authorised hy the Johnson
Administration. The last <>r the
aircraft is 'i> be delivered near
the end or lilt.
The status of lsra< I's requ< st
was beHevpd t.i ix- thr reaaon
for Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin's
sudden recall to Jerusalem last
week. After weekend of eon
Rtiitatkmi with rovi rnmenl f 11 -
rials, he told n porters al Lydda
Aii|>' 11 in ton k .i\ ing for the
return trip to Washington, D.C.
"I take no I< uit for Nixon."
i He was it f< iTinn to i epoi ts
that Premii r Golda M lr was
sending a special message to
President Nixon renewing her
uppeal. i
"I know lhal i hing i
. <\ i a --:; I he Israeli envoj
iUl v. havi Irusl thai
things w111 turn iul Koori, < >ne
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difficulty in drafting a denial
in terms which would not '*
offensive to Prime Minister
<;..lda Melr,
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for aid extended by the local Multipii Sclerosis Societ) i the
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Jerusalem Peace Award Goes To Dr. Unterman
tac Unterman. distinguish-
''itr .rid veteran leader for
fS* "tec* 'r tht
Cd./SiAC UNTIKMAN
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)rn Sunday! P fly Beialal'a)
of Directors of the Hebrew Am-
demy, a member of Ihc Board ol
Directors of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, and vice-president i
of the Mizrachi.
Born in Po.and. Dr. Unt< rman!
.nut his cousin. Chief Rabbi Isser
Unterman of Israel, with whom he
was raised and educated, were
both ordained by the Chief Rabbi
of Vilno in 1900. After emigrating
to the United States in 1911, I>:\
Unterman Studied law and oh lo-
<.phy. and N ca*r>* a member of the
Bar of the stasa oj Illinois and In-
diana. He received his i"ii> in
Roman and Talmudic Law at Iowa
University, and i degree ol Doc-
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tr.< qui stion of what disciplinary
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I'.al hi Menahi 111 Porush up to
the Knesset pn sidium.
I he rabbi, an Agudat Israi I
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20, 1970
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Pag? 11-A
6.B. Offieals Feted
L Academy Function
L-nr lav Dormer ;.n IfcrOert M '-'"" **"' I"""'" le"'* sometime in Tfl7 1
li.Il 1,000 bU-
, ttfiv honored at the
"wMi.im H.'lv.o.v Academ)
tU as Ih- Souths largest
Ll-div si-h'x.l announced He-
Cforits'n.-u lunior-sonK.r high
y| buil'li"-'
th,,,. members "f the
Beach Citj Council re-
t-.1 th. : (Mlleauue*. Vic
,,, weinstebl ;ind
I ,,;. Powell. Jerome
1 grid N'orman Cbnent, in
their rofc In
npan*i.>n ol tli>- He-
Kc lemy.
. ,. twins design-
. I.,..,,, i.1 niassei ol Glasser-
| A.., [(. ircftitects and
^ on a plot "f
I .. p Tre
me iv.
Drive
ol Ihe
new faciM-
- i ivill haw i capacity .>i
.. will permit the
, i > it- planned
[bop
Continued from Pass 4-A
tins cun-
and
ommon in
th a. niemic
kg e, !-
n I -> m-
l ind rightly Bui the
I ssfiil Israelis arouse suspi-
L- and dislike, even though
ma*, one d i> suffer the fate
'h<> Bi ifrans, il Amerl n
withheld
i:i there is more to it than
I.' C ra I ex in pie, the
V ol a I u inskj. a (tood,
r a fledged man
wa< the leading Sew Left
, Sei Robert Ken-
Ml mard's Prof,
p:".n Peretz, who is r> suasi-
tod to b en the
I SDS
I" m were [i ||j in f urn-
on in the
k-Daj War. in addition, Prof.
t* id rig, early
.....er. i,>..] of the
- >', \\ RostOW
in the crisis ol the Six-D j
p,, hung up on himi t.. urge
fe" ill sorts of belligerent mea-
he demanded ul Rostow.
once in k n pj rare way,
"Portei shared tht
ntercsta and
J bj Adam
1 I PereU
'hen. however, .11 the
i erj artl-
1 Walinsky and
re ind
. in their own
f
th Soviel
langerous
is ipporl
arms Kgypt
tales would
fore
Foi the !
,'" '-' I is malnlj in
i.r Soviet sup.
At 'bs ma> be im-
F'-nily increased
' Prof Pereta'
", ''''' "'" mist" histor-
*1n ivalleg. that Stalin's
"*!* and Khn.sh-
; *ntn ultimatum must
^blamed on the Dnlted
'" '<>*. indeed, at the
" liberals- coutl jest-
"," "h "'- il madly runnv
, "^should worry about
"I, f' soviet
:.: ilthough Golda
wornes about it
,?,n> "; Ihe p,.....i.. wlv,
' *' making Israel's case
.", 'nh being sileno..,, l,v
l u:J tneiu.1,,,, men likl.
[,.. JJjrt Kennedy Sen
!;"';''''-os,n.nv,,,.
HM the time is u.
'"' uncomfort ible
* bad better begin.
At a breakfast meeting of the
board i directors, Mr, GUissi r de-
ed the structure and showed
plans which include on site park-
ing ..ml the most progn ssive ed-
ucational < incepts.
Zvl Berger, associate direct >r ol
th.- Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami worked with
Mr. Glasser and Rabbi Alexander
S. Gran, prmch; ; <>i the Hebrew
Academy, in l>>th educational and
building design planning. Mr. Berg-
er i- educational consultant to the
school.
Cluster classrooms with move-
able partitions disappearing Into
a.ill- ceilings and floors will pro-
vide the newesl in modular build-
ing concepts There will lx- aud .
visual teaching provisions in all
class and assembly rooms, design-
ed to utili/.' fourth generation
computer technology
The high structure will ha i
computer controlled vertical trans-
portation instead >>: esc ilators. The
modular Classro ms will lx- for the
junior high only.
In the senior high rooms which
will .ic-om.Hi.it.' all students in
the Olga Margaret Weishaus Girls
Senior High School affiliated with
ihe Hebrew Academy, provisions
e lx .-il nt id i"! seminar-type
instruction.
There will be no walls, but
s< ;> ii" it. are is separated by i> loks,
projection screens and black-
boards.
Ih.' building will be susnendedl
above ground level in a fashion
similar to the Bac .i- Biscaync Boulevard, also designx-d
by Mi. Glasser.
Th.- root level will be used i>\
high school students for scientific
experiments in such fields ,i> solar
pollution, astronomy, physics and
chemistry. The room will utilize
th.' new.st outdoor-indooi carpet-
ing.
The structure will be of pre-
cast, pre-stressed components; cen-
tral!) air conditioned; and based
. l the newesl Industiialiated con-
struction techniques being em-
ployed in Europe.
Cost o| the new buHdlng, for
which ground breaking i slat th year, la estimated at $500,00
Moadon IVRI Club Meets
The Moadon Ivrl Hebrew Speak-
ing Club will present cultural
meeting dedicated to Purlin and
veteran educator! Mr. and Mrs
David i-'f.'i iim.in at s p.m Monda>
h, the 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room A lecture on the Book ol
Esther will !* given b> Rabbi
Paul Frli del
Scholarship* Awarded
To Ballet Students
Ballet students of Thomas \r-
ii and I'.oh. n pike at the Mi-
mi Conservator) were auditioned
recently by Violette Verdy, prin-
cipal dancer of th.' New Yoi k Citv
Ballet Company Miss,.Verdy* will
1 one of the guest stars in th.'
i rformanci s pn s, nted by the
M an i Ball. ; C mpany April 10
nd 11 m the Dadi Count) Audi-
torium.
Th.....gh Miss Verdy's recom-
mendation, scholarships for sum-
""r study at New York City's
School of American Ballet, as
well as Ford Foundation Schol-
arships for the coming season for
. nntinm .1 study with Mr, Armour
and Mr pike were awarded to
Cynthia Williamson and Gerry
Ebltz, it* mbers of the Miami Bal-
let Company, and Mark Gold-
weber, a member ol the Junior
Miami Ball, i whe |x i forms with
i he s. nlor comimny.
Planning the annual Purim Carnival to be sponsored by Beth
David Congregation Youth Activities Department Sunday,
March 22. uom 11a.m. to 2 p.m. at it= South Dade facility,
7500 SW 120th St.. are (from left; Michael Exelbert. youth
advisor; Rabbi Sol Landau; Elliott Fledell. youth advisor,
and Jeff Nedelman, Carnival coordinator.
DristariTablets can
relieve more virus cold
symptoms than
aspirin the leading seltzer
any time capsule you can buy.
Shmuel Fershko. producer of a
number of shows featuring Is
raeli ailists, including three edi
tions of "The Israelis Are Com-
ing." will present a variety pro-
gram called "Israel 22" in the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sat-
urday evening May 2. in honor
ai Israel's 22nd Indep9ndence
Day.
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Aspirin tablets and the leading scltier oon t'
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'Jfcn/ff' nrrMi^r*
Friday, March 20,
Fighting Flares On
All Four Fronts
(l'niniM> ble for the death of one Israeli
Mldier, howevei
Thr Israeli commando raids
in Syria rejircsonlfd th" lirst
ii-iinv ? i thr nrent escala-
tion of fightinu alone the cease-
fire lin>. An Israeli spokesman
charged Syria with 148 viola-
tions of tie 1967 cease-fire so
far this year. Last week's was
the lir; In-' tollfour Israelis
dead and l.S wounded.
Israeli officials have attribut-
ed the escalation to a high-level
policy decision by the Damascus
government, not incidental at-
tacks by guerrilla bands. Da-
mascus radio reported live Syr-
ian soldiers killed and 14 wound-
ed in the shelling of the army
camp. Syria said the pylon car-
rying 60,000 volt high tension
wires was bombed from the air.
but Israel said it was destroyed
by ground forces. During the
early morning laid, a culvert
ami a pill box on a road just to
the rear of Syrian forces facing
the Golan Heights were de-
stroyed by the commandos.
A military snokesman reveal-
ed that the commandos reached
their targets hy helicopter
presumably the giant Krench-
built super-Frelon. Some anti-
aircraft fire was encountered,
he *aid, but no hits were scored.
FXtreme care was taken in the
attack on the Kteifa Army en-
.in|Miieiit. he said, to prevent
in> shells from landing in the
flirhj civilian village. Accord-
ing to accounts of the action,
the Syrians were taken by sur-
prise and the well-lighted camp
was blacked <>ut only after the
attach was in progress.
Israel last four soldiers in no-
i : which tn >k ; lace ov r the
kend in the Sui ; Canal and
Golan Heights areas. Two were
killed in twin Israeli commando
icks on Egyptian it ions
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soin,' 30 miles south of.Ppvt/*>ni i
Fl i were in a vehicle which hit ;i
mine in the Gol in Heights north
of Hispin. An Israeli soldier was
injured in a similar incident
near Hatzeva. souti. of the Dead
Sea on Sunday.
Describing Friday night's raid
across the Suez Canal, a mili-
tary sjxjkesman said the com-
mandos crossed and re-crossed
the waterway without being de-
tected by Egyptian forces. The
Israelis were pitted against
crack Egyptian troops in fight-
ing which took place on difficult
terrain, he said. Nevertheless,
the two Israeli dead and four
wounded were balanced by at
least Egyptians dead, and an un-
known number of wounded. The
operation, which the Israeli mil-
itary labeled "an outstanding
success." resulted in the capture
of a quantity of Russia n-maiio
rifles, machinegur.s and ba-
zookas, as well as the destruc-
tion of Egyptian | Singles Plan Spring. Dance
All singles are invited to the
Spring Dance to be sponsored by
the Singles of North Miami Beach
Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in
the Miami Women's Club. 1737
, Bay Shore Dr. Music for dancing
' will be furnished by Tony Hit's
band.
Maurice Weinman
Chairman Of JWV's
Banquet Committee
,n or Miami
B' ach. senior \ I muider of
the Department of Florida, Jew-
ish War v,t, rans ol thi U S v.
has been i hairman ol the
banquet committee for th.- annual
state convention to !* held by the
JWV at the Americana Hot* I in
oal Harbour June 12-14.
Peter Bluesten of Hallandali
first junior vice commander, will
serve as Mi. Weinman's ejehair-
man.
Mrs. Justine Abran-owitz of
N, rth Miami Beach was ap|>ointed
cochaiiman of the convention com-
mittee, which is headed by Ralph
I'.osofsky.
Other committee appointments
include Michael M. Schechter and
Daphne Adelman. journal: Haro'd
'.' rman, SabbTth Tvices; M. Jay
Berliner and Frieda Levine. pub-
licity, and Irene Cooperman.
luncheon.
Arthur A. Selevan. state JWV
i ommandei, and ZoMa Glass, the
state Auxiliary president, will be
serving as honorary convention
chairmen.
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Shore Unit Meets
The Shore I'nit of the Papanico-
laou Instittue of Cancer Research
will meet Monday noon in the
Holiday Inn. Collins Avenue and
22nd Street. Mrs. Louis Baron.
' president, will be presiding.
Qflr,
Dr. Lecn Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple B?th Sholom,
was the guest speaker ot a Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign dinner attended by more than
100 residents cf Seacoast Towers West. Julius Kaplan, chair-
man of the Seaccast Towers West CJA-IEF Committee,
stated that the Committee paid for the dinner which pro-
duced "fantastic" results for the combined campaign. Lefl
to right, Julius Kaplan, Dr. Kronish, Benjamin Cutler.
Co-chairman and Abe Feltz. Co-chairman.
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which reflected a 160o increase ever last year's totc'J
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Alex Blechman. living Frankel. Irving Kaplan and Jostpk
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Sponsors Passover
Seden At Plaza Hotel
Temple .. i Tamid will sponsor
Passover Seders in ih<> Pia/a Ho-
tel Monday and Tuesday evenings,
April 20-21. He rmari I.. Sri iw,
president ol tin' congregation, has
ii d
For tin past i. > are, Mr. Shaw
in. .1. n, r Tamid has held
Lhi s Si d im in th< ii own audi-
torium, but ii > wished
to use 1 : Si in* i sti in
illy known,
m-Ii .. K ii i cat< rers i >r the
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In in- this yeai The
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Is brecWas: i ting of Lancelot Han residents produced a
I e over their 1969 pledges to this year's
| ned lev sh Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund
| ci.it, Herman Nudeiman, General Chair-
| Essen, guert speaker.
ix Who Changed World' Theme Of Sinai's Course
n((r/ ', --. ii liuiinj! Kiv. Luther Piei Fi
I 'i "'' J >hn -I Nevins and Di .Vi
I: be K : '- ; nreenfield. will .
fSci World.
I* ts ,,.< :i. s social hall at B p.m Sun-
[. 0 .,-., Jesus, day Die r ho discussions will
stein, be follow.,I by refreshments
be frasrd >' jtratton fee la Si 5 ..
1 k of tli.
Soldiers Memorialized
JKRI Dep-
uty Prim. ': \
fami ics ol 23-1 Is-
neli -.'. ios bodies
,-cr been fo.....
Army
Chaplain Maj ii Sh lomo
11 i them that
Jews hoi lead I the sa
rxtenl tl the
Ann numb" 1 wen the
cnv.s of 1 ine Dakar
and the di stroyi r K1i.1t. ..> wi II
as si Idii 1 missing sii the
1947-48 Wai ol Independence.

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NOW TAKING
MStRVATIONS
FOR
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Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967. we've
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Friday, March
23
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Christian Problem I
IT is oftkx called- tho. Midilc
Baal problems but too few
rv* ; are ware of the throat
to Christiantty in the growing na- -
tionaiist movement of the Moslem
nansr i
Among th 350. 00 Ar.ibs living
within tle boundaries of pre-1967
Israel are some 72.000 Christians.
They belong to a varied assortment of sects ami
denominations, such us Greek Catholic. Greek Or-
thodox. Roman Catholic. Maronite. Syrian Orthodox,
and Copts.
For centuries the Christian minority has waged
a struggle for existence. The anti-Christian wars
have extended into modern times. Forty years ago.
the Iraqis almost suecoxled in eliminating Chris-
tians altogether.
In Egypt, some two to three million Christian
Copts are now under the eomj>W^e domination of
the Moslem rulers, though it is the Copts who pro-
vide the intellectual leadership of the nation. The
situation in Lebanon is better known, because
the uneasy Christian hall of the population realizes
th.it an Kl Fatah takeover in their land would mean
massacres as never before in its history.
Constantly faced by the Moslem threat, some of
the Otristinns have sought to demonstrate to their
Hasten neighbors that they were 110'. Arabs. Al-
though they play no part in El Fat ah. which is ex-
clusively Moslem, some of the most BE AMIS and out-
-iken leaders of Arab nationalism have come fn>m
the ranks of the Christians. This super-patriotism
h.is not hidden the basic tears of the Christian pop-
ulation, however. They see no future for themsi lves
in this an'i at present and are equally uncertain of
their position should the Arabs ever return to
pusv. r That leave- caugrati >n.
Centuries of Moslem represtson succeeded in
keeping the ChftotkM community in Pak-stinc small
arii! poamrieas. Today, as much of the Christian
woi 1.1 s.vms intent on arming and building up the
o.l-rich Moslems, the remaining Christian emmuni-
ii s of the Middle Eaal seem doomed to exttnetkm.
How strange that only a strong Jewish brad
stand- as a bulwark against Islam's menace to tin.'
Judco-Christian H :> Lund'.
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Our film folk:
fry HERBERT G. LUFT
Polish Brand Of
Anti-Semitism
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Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
U.S. Consul In Love With Israel
|t:.MK.MBKR the storj ol Ruth
ia the Bible" Ruth, a non-
tu. f.ll in law with Judaism and
declared to her Jewish mother-in-
law, Where you lodge there I
shail lodge
Th*- American consul in Tel
Aviv is 'doing a Ruth." A non-
Jew. Clifford English was born in
Tennessee t59 years ago and has been in the U.S.
diplomatic corps for many pears, doing tours of duty
in China. Japan. Mexico. South America, Pakistan.
Austria. Germany. Argentina and Turkey.
But. we read in the Jewish Daily Forward. Mr.
English has fallen in love with Israel and with
retirement at the end of this year, he will remain
th<>re. He told a reporter from the Israeli paper.
Maariv." that he is Infatuated with :
declared that no people on earth :
democracy, according to a report from Leib R .
man. Mr. Kng'ish said he is amased .it the t
which the laraelis treat their Arab a
the genoeJdal tend -ncies of the \ iders.
land' English. 17. agrees with her father (M
life in Israel is full of fascinating activities .-
loves brae] and rejoices over her f.,th
to remain in a country where high officials are
..cicssible. (Be oft.n drop!* in at the Moahe Dava-i
for a chat, and that could never happtti anyakn
else, lie says i
Says this modern counterpart of Ruth: If ;J
racj remains viable. I will remain here for the rot]
of my life. If Israelis are forced to leave. 1 will |
with them.
"Whither thou goest. I will go .
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALKTER
Moscow's Fat In Middle East Fire
EAT AH LEADER TaSSI r Amfat'S 10-
day visit in Moac *' la-t month
crxled without any spectacular declara-
tion of suppott by th. Soviets to the
Arab terrorist organizations. The final
communique spoke in the usual terms
about "elimination of the consequences
of Israeli aggression" and other similar
phrases, but this was a long a *> from
the official p-cognition that the terrorist* would hive
liked to obtain from the Russians.
Indeed, for many weeks before the visit it was '
vtous that Moscow was not willing to line up fully behind
the terrorists. The visit was postponed several times and
reports from Cairo and Amman indicated that Arafat was
trying to hold out for an official invitation from either
thi Soviet government or the Communist Party Neither
of them came through, but the stride publicity given to tin*
imp-nding visit by the Fatah spokesman made it Impos-
sible to cancel the trip without a major loss of fane for
A ifat So in the end. the terrorist I id r wen: t.> Has m
- the Organization For Solidarity With The
plea ol Asia and Africa. As with all "voluntarj or-
gan / iti ms in Russia, this too, is an arm of the <\
ment but i's unofficial status make, :t possible for the
government to dissociate itself from any actions that
might prove inconvenient.
This tactic Indicates t h it Moscow still hi- loo
rose .bout giving its official Messing to the tor-
sts For the Soviets, the roi si organizations re
sent, in a sense, the c x tl Middli Easl
lcaim i. They want to keep the crisis heated up but not
enough to boil over. Thej opj ed to i ; settle-
presumabl> w itild make the "progress
Ar ib .i -i iv less de;- nil, nt on th. Soviet mainly ii
field of arms supplies, and Russia leas ahli topsseffl
only true ohamp.on of the Arabs; but the) an ,ifnal|
there bi a repetition of Juno. 1%7. when \ ....,
ti-1 .i full scale vvar and Russia hid t'> d J
standing by and facing a confrontat im .\ th the'Of.
States
Moscow apparently realizes that th ,t|
are even more volatile and uncontrollable th
.-.,--.. Arab governments. Giving th---; full
would si lengthen elements over which M- v r.
limited control. Besides, the terrorists m > ..tie 6jj
come a challenge to the existing Ar i lei in|
billions >1 dollars worth ol Soviet mUH "deem
aid ha- ti invested.
win his Moscow, once clear!) dis I
rists now begun to give them prop
logical support? Is it poaatble that in Mos iw thre|
i.ils who want to place at least
lark horse, ju-t in east Or is it more liki > that Cl
mtmfat China's of forte to gain positions in th >tj
.- tin main factor which indue th. S rts to ch
their attitude to some extent? It is | iss If
fell Peking's blasts for "betraying" the \ ind 4
spiring with the American Import .-- -< iheAl
es' his had >r might have son
Arab world and thus > gan the chang<
Yet until n > Moscow li is
n official or a m igazine n
that It mph strcnsl
Ih the terrorists u l
ir'. M cow 'a it si' for "
the Middle East cj Isis would :
In their I Arafat i visit,
tamed :!- el the v '
fHK.N I AtiAlN visited the Studio
de IVjulogne in Paris ennnite back
to London, I noticed that the sound
stages were filled with hassidic ghotto-
types from th.1 turn of the century."
v."h white-haired director Jules Dassin
passing judgment on the tuthenticity of
co>tumea and charaotsriatics. Since I
d previously that the company of
the Romaifl Guy autobiography "Promise a Dawn."
with Melbl >! ouri heading the cast, was scheduled to
go on location in Poland late in January. I i-k.-l the
studio m J alien Derode. what caused the delay.
Juli-n's blunt mssrar was thit the Polish government
won't allow .i company headed by Joseph E. Levine to
com*- in: ountr) although just three monthi as i
Levine/s Embassj Pictu was roaming about Ru<-
duction of th S phj i Loren
movie. "Sunflower."
ind of anti-S

to the V but ....
I
Asf the son of I
m the c 'ii
.
t the cur martial in Vn-
inwging the
m nts n putation in the process Sidney J F
of 1; Fill : an I has a hit on his hands the f.
n of the Sam Sheppard ease entitled 'The Law \
with Barry Newman, a relative unknown, portraying the
doctor and Harold Gould his antagonist, a crusty dial
attorney from the sticks.
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebmon
Two Books On Nazi Germany
BOK\ IN Germany in 1905. Kurt
t ; rstein was reared in a de-
(_ vout Protestant uppar-nikldle-ciass
W ^B^ home He a ,- subjected to a dom-
J Ineering father and received little
affection from his mother. At the
university, he studied to become
an enginei r and in edueat >r and
ri or i th1 Nazi Mi-tv In I I
Ii Kurt Garsteia: Th' Aaahtgatt) of Goad tAlfr i
A Kno| : -" S i tells the st
acter. He is a
nti-
Sen dt of Lutheran I
rn
I he famous Past or N
' : i
I e infarm nd after he h
th i horrors in th
-:''-' ::- |;.
final solution for the Jews.
In the author's att.-mpt to moonatruct Gemtssn's
life from records, letters .ind docununt.s in his dos-
sier, he has incorporated extensive oju t -
source material, much of which could *
summarized. Friedlander .> well .i- ,; '
ambivalent, i m i (oi fault.
One remembers the dictum of Carl F
who mid, The facts of history do not i i
historian until he create, them." Because the i
ib a- : to breathe life into his subject th '
I n onstrucl tlie person from his 11
accumulation >f archie mati (
hi E I! >' I
thi racts ol hist sl ;|
up ui ng i< put uto t

lb. i ,i,. :,,| Death -f >'* '
. Book $.751 .
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and Proti stant.
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oontradii lions, the failure of liberalism
of :. n. supplying little insight
character of the people, and leaving un-W """'' '
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-834
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S \ILAH II' .I.I.AMiKH
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor* .....l All Per*oi H .
Ing I'laims or Damandi Attain.-' E
Batale
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qu red lo present any .-luinv-
demasidi which you may have aga
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. .i.,....--.1 la., of Dade County Flo-
rida, lo lli- County .ludtre* of Hade
County, and file the nanat in itupli-
and a> provided in S#utton 7.
Florida Statute,, In ih-ir nffleai
the County Oourthoueu in |.., County, Plorlda, within a|x calendar
month, from the linie of th. Irrat
publication Ivraof, or th- ram- will
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M.'i'1i:K IS 1IKHKHY niV.HN lhat
:l u:.ilerMKn,'ii d--irini: lo 111-
1 a-11 -- ut let the fictitious name
of K'l H KHKB1J'.MS NATKXNAL.
MBOIC'Ali SERVICES CO d,b'a
FOl'R PRUEDOMS MANOR at 4L'
i.'olUi.> An i.u-. Miami 1!. a, !.. Plorlda
inleiid* to ..ci-'.i- raid name with
thi Clerh of the Circuit Court of
L.M't. County, Plorlda
FOl'R PRBBDOMS NATIONAL
MIM'li Al. SK.HV|i'ls i' .
By: HAI'.KY STONE. Vlci Pre*ideiil
ENOLANDER & BI'RNHTT
No 1 IJncoln Road Uldc .
M ...mi Beach, l'i.,
A' torney, (.r
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PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
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SBNTS SHALL ItiJIK tSREETINOS
VVherea*, HBKBBRT N SCH-
WARTZ Miami I u ILLIAM
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MITCHELL Miami, F rid 'I .1 on
the -Mli day Vmiu \ 11 1944
raUNi I" Im Im r.rporati I uudi r the
laws of thi Stnti of Pli iIh INDIAN
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poratloi with n- prin, pal place -f
tiusini-- at MIAMI Bl VCH I \ I !-
COUNTS 'I Btau K
and whereat -u. eorporntioi '.....>'.
the Hth da> Mar, 1, A H 1970.
.am**- he filed ,n the offu "l the
Secretary : State of the Stall of
Plorlda umantarj nuthority
required under SecUon 6nv27. Plorlda
St.nut. -. Bhowlng the dissolution of
Urh orjior..
Now, therefore, tin- Secretary >.f
Stan .1 1 1 -r.lfv to the fore.
noinc ami thai he is satisfied that ihe
requirement* ol ih- law have been
compiled \11fh.
IN WITNESS WHEROP I have
hereunto ael m> hand and have affix-
Great Seal of the State of
at Tiillahaaaee, Ihe Capital,
SIXTH day of m IKCH, A I'.
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-864
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-4031
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 70-635
JOHN R BLANTON
In l:r. Bsiati
EMILY Ni'.i-.-' > SNTDER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml red d AH Pi r>t 1 v.
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We appreciate your
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Jewish Flop idian
^Florida -March 20. 1970
Section F
Avriel To Address ZOA Meeting
lfenrr< tarmr Ambassador to
iEhu.l-^'i'! who is present
i 0f the World Zionist AC-
.CommiU" in Jerusalem, will
^ on the current Middle hast
-ton at an..|n mating spon-
I bv the South Florida Dis-
_cf the Zionist Organization
E*rica Wednesday. The meet-
- which will '"' hc1,1 in tno Na_
Jeon Ballroom of the Doauvillo
EelatHp-m-. will be hosted by
he Zionist districts of South
da. ami will be open to the
Iblic.
Avrh Lid associate of
0 Ben-Gurion and former
>mber of the Knesset (Israel's
Hunenti has served as Deputy
.'(t.r of thi ral Ministry
F,.r,,-. \ rs Considered
, ; landing poJiti-
. ka.i.!- i' d M an
'thontv die East.
I Mi
As chairman of thi W< d '/.:-
onlst Actions Committee, Mr.
( Avriel is oim of thi spokesmen for
the Zionist Movement. The Com-
mittee is the governing body of
the World Zionist Organization
h< tween World Zionist Congresses,
, and meets at regular intervals m
Jerusalem. It consists of repre-
I sentatives of all the leading Zi-
I onist organizations of the world.
as well as representatives of the
i State of Israel.
In addition to the message to
be brought by Mr. Avriel to ZOA
leaders, visiting Zionists, friends
and community leaders of th. area
dealing with Israel and the Mid-
' die East- two new award winning
films, depicting life In Israel and
[ the problems of maintaining se-
curity on the Ixudeis .a will as
Current events will \* \ resented.
Continued on Poe 2-B
fHUD AVIHUD AVKIU
Leo Rose Reelected To Fifth Term
j.-...- :: for the Aged's
imousiy re-
ted 1 I :1 ''f,b
,, i this wei is
d by unani-
Ihi slat.' of
I tiled to the 1
it. chair-
pen, who is
: Horn.
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't name,
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;:, rlatric Institution ol ret
Mr. Ros. has v, ].. ii r> iglai I >ai -
dens with distinction in his
i ii (I t. i s 11| offici and thi n -
i re \as most desi rving ; i -
' .. ction i ii a fifth t> i m."
led oi t f'n additii i
i i prais
ptional rrshii d
support th Hon I i
offici i
tncludii i Breslei
Popick and Mrs J 1 St
St
pian. treasurer; Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, financial secretary; Mrs.
lUith Berger, corresponding secre-
tary, and Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
Women's Division Of The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
BALLOT 1970-1971
RjEHOfW:
Wl-WSIDf.VT
iAC0OD'N>.riON:
CAMPAIGN:
COWMt'VITr ORGAN.ZAT.ON:
MUTATION:
IIIKtSlfffi JHAINtNG:
tfCOtD.'NG SfCWARr.-
COMfSPONDfNG SfCRI rAKY:
HtUAMHTAtlAN:
MRS BURTON LEVEY
MRS HARRY B SMITH
MRS. JEROME K1PNIS
MRS. HOWARD J. TWNZ
MRS. MIKE A. SUMBEtG
MRS. IRVING I. WEXLER
MRS. HERBf RT LOGIN
MRS. HOWARD SCHARtIN
MRS. RUTH JOHNSOK BEB&ft
SUBMITTED IT:
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
OU/tYAN: m*S. SIDNEY SCHWARTZ
MRS. JEROME KirNIS
MRS. SHERMAN KAPLAN
MRS. JULIAN NACRON
MRS. MIKE A. SUMBERG
MRS. ROBERT H. TRAURIG
MRS. FREDERICK WISE
MRS. IRV NG W. MANOEL
MRS. PHILIP THAU
MRS. IRVING L. WEXLER
EXCERPT FROM BY-tAWS
ARTICLE XI
I If'TlOw 5
'""I 'ominetiafl moy fc, mo-# #|l(y by pttif,0 corrvino fifteen or
ttt- jjyy1"*1 "o'Hfl members, provided consent of the nominee hos
ft, ., .""d >n r.4nncr. These petitions must reach the chairman of
Jltt. 1"T"l""""' ^"""'"ee not toitr than fourteen fI4 days afte' the
gCTJOW 6.
I Mil
'Mtit.*Vii """' e0,,rfi'ot* "Y #! than pesifiens te he filled,
"CTION 7 by mrHHa fc"of ""toting.
^re'/fl"' j ,urfh" """'notions, the slcfe as published shall be
,e,ed anfl" "*> slata shall take office immriioHli-
ton-
IfO KOii JR.
i". n cording >. en tary.
Fo .ndi i of the Jewish Home foi
the Aged i- Mis [sidor Cohen:
Judge Cypi n is honorary president
atiil Col. Jacob Arvey and Baron
di Hirsch Meyer are honorary vice
I > 1i lidents.
The officers, who will be offi- ,
cially installed at the Home's May
it dinm r-danci and boara meet-
ing, will i- formally presented
, nd introd to d at th. Home's 24th
nnual meeting In the Ruby Audi-
torium S II da> April 12, at 2:30
nv mbers will
,,]. | and lected.
JWV Post Elects
Slate For 1970-71
th. 1970-71 term
were elect eci ntly by the Nor-
man Bruc. Brown Post No. 174,
Jewish War Vi I rai s ol the U.S.A.
st inley R Stuai t was n i li ct< d
: i second term as Commander;
! eoi ard Da> is will bi senior vice
commander and Alexander Green-
Maid junior vice commander.
Georgi Graham will serve as fudge
.. Fiank Greene as sur-
. and Fernand S. Canter ns
ihree-y. ar It ust< i
All i ill be swi in in at
Hoi to be h.-ld bj
. : adii i Auxiliary
Saturday vi ning, April 18, In
H ill, 4601 W, Flagler St
^ delega cU d from
among thi :> v> offio i s to repre-
sent thi Post si the state JWV
tion i" be held in June at
the Americana Hoti I.
sale!
famous Itthvl
poh/fttter knit*
H99
hisses
a c~'e". s |uniors'
Reg. $24 and much more. The easy-c?e
"acnine wa i knit, new at a tin
savings for ho'ie "'ay styles in k
sown, A-line shirt aid coatlooks i
spring pas'els ;es 8-16, 7-15.
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PASSOVER SEDERS AT THE
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SPONSORED BY TEMPLE Ml IAMID
MMiy mJ TwsAay
April ?0rti ond 21$1
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Friedman, Pearlman Named
Honorary Chairman Of Ball
e, with Mis Louis llagid and 1125 couple, an' ailll open, Midi Dr. Lehrman, rabbi of the con-
Paskow co-chairmen i mad at the Lehi
Murrj S hein is publications School or al the Temp
ehairn arrangements committee, w
Nan
attendant
aa (( -chal men of an
oommittrp were were
I romiaea the affair will bi tbi
gregafion for 20 v m and na-
tional vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council <>f America. told i
ii. ting of tno Temi'le Board this
George J. Talifafloff
S,W|N K:,',l''n'1 h"'^?, ":':?" J- V''"n'"! ? tervinf *1 "'' Harry A Levy. Reserva-
^wmn baxe vn name. honoi as chairman of a Journal commit. t!ona for the black tie affair at
^airmen of the annual Schol-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------__
rt Buchwald, Murry Koret- "l,1:"-
Mrs Max B- derman and u
cial highlight of the Temple cal- week that On niecen of the
Scholarship Ball meant the seventh
axade can be added to the school
urrloulum in the fi
K.ipl.'ii are co-chairmen ol
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Ball of the Lehrman Day
.,..1 of T< npl Emanu-El,
kodjlcd it the Font ainebUaii
kti'l. April "> Announcement of
Lr acceptance* was made this
\rk bv Joseph < ohen, president
the Miami Beach congregation.
;- Priedland is chairman of
e Kmanu-KI
. ; it the svna-
asi president
Greater M an Jewish Fede-
\m, former general chairman
he Israel Bond Organization
li ider of the
Lfeh Theological S< minary of
nerica. United Ji sh Appeal,
-,.-. Universit) ind numerous
ler :, gious d educational
lt:tution>.
kir Pearlman is honorary vice
kident of t1"1 yn <: >srue, and a
tier in New Y k City of the
lited Jewish v and other
lanthro| He and Mr
pedland h.u. endowed pcrpotu-
[icholarsl pa the Lehrman
School.
Stephen Muss r chairman
J ih>- Sd Ball also an-
(iinced the app ntment of six
irmen. They are R>lv>rt
Blum, Ir> h I in. Daniel
leJ Hi Ik r I-1 r mi Nemeroff,
?rhert Sadkin and I-eonard Zil-
:i of the
irs* were Max
Idenr n Sti n 11. Carrier.
pan H. Cohi Harrj Rott
ired more
i towards n
of 100 sit is Mr. Muss and
11 -hips, at
>ach : one-half the
- i it the
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p-Jenist flcridli&ri
Fndcy, MorJ, ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg will host a cocktail party
on March 21st for the "Newly Involved" young people in
Miami Beach on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Left to right. Mrs. David Feinberg, Hostess; Mrs. James
Horland. Co-chairman; Mrs. Horald Brooks, Chairman; and
Mrs. Michael Lipsky. Co-chairman.
Cocktail Parly's Purpose:
To Involve Young Couples
Mr. ami Mr> David Feinberg
are halting a cocktail party in
thi ii home Saturday night, pur-
p se of which is to in t. n st niii
involve Miami Bea< I young
couples in the work of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The event, theme of which is
11 it's Satuudaj Night, It Musi
I Champagnt '" is under the
sponsorship oi Hi. Young Won* n
01 the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
, ation's Miami Beach Area
Board. Coehairmen are Mr. and
Air-. Harold Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
Michai 1 Lipsky, Mr. and Mrs 11 \.
\ ill Feinberg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Janus Holland.
Members of the Welcoming
Committee include Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Ciment, Mr. and Mrs.
Q inning, Mr. and Mrs.
| Laurie Holt/. Mr. and Mrs Joe
Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. John Shapiro.
Dr. and Mis. Marvin Sachner, Mr.
end Mis. II irry Smith. Mr. and
'Mrs. Robert Swedroe. Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Worton and Mr. and Mrs.
Jem Zeltwr.
Announcement Of
Hadassah Groups'
Meeting Schedule
The Miami Beach Chapter ol
Hadassah will hold a drawing toi
a "Cheat ol Bonds" at the Algiei-s
Hotel Tiicsi! ij at 1 p.m.
Shaloma Qroap of Hadassah in-
vites members and friends to us
Youth Aliyah luncheon In the Fon-
tainehl.au Hotel Monday at noon.
Guesl speaker will be Mrs. Milton
Slrkin. Allen B. GUderslecve anC
Miss Ann-' Evans, soprano, will
entertain. Mrs. Louis Stone is the
political leaders and staesmen ii
Shapiro is president.
The it.nanah Droop is sponsor-
ing a "Las Vegas Nit." at Temple
Ner Tamid. T9th St. ami Carlyle
A\e.. Saturday evening, March 28.
I roceeds are earmarked for the
Emergency Fund.
The Henrietta S/olil Group will
hold its Youth Aliyah Luncheon in j
the Algiers Hotel at noon Monday
with Mrs. Rmanuel Mentz as the
guesl speaker and music furnished
bj Joyce Farber, accompanied by
i llga Bibor Stern.
The Lincoln Group's Youth Ali-
yah Luncheon will be held in the
Eden ROC Hotel Monday at noon.
Mrs Samu.l Sakaris will l truest
speaker and a musical program
v ill be presented by Trudy Law-
n nee and a< cordionist Harry Rob-
in! m.
The regular me. ting ol the Hercl
Gronp U'H ,,<' ,"||I '',' 12:30 p m
Monday in the Algiers Hotel
Bruncheon will be followed by thi
Mm "We The Children."
Itfizrachi Women
Lunekeon Guests
Mbrrachl Women who have pur-
chased scholarships for the fur-
therance of the '. icat ion and
spiritual training ol Israel's youth
(ire in\ itl d to a i Special
Gifts Scholarship Luncheon in the
looio W. Broadview Dr Baj Har-
bor, home ol the Leonard Rosens
El noon Thursday, April 2. After
im 1 inchi on. th< y will have the privi
{itsfiflSk '' "' "' v'''w'n- ^''" Doroth> Ro-
fSi._ ff n's private ,n collection. Chair-
'11 ,:'"' "' ,'1' 'i:l-s '"" ^rSl Hyman
Kolko, Hatikvah Chapter presi-
dent and '' >uncil Scholarship
chairman; Mrs Alfred Stone is
Florida Council coordinator
Rabbi Maxwell Berger. chairman of the Florida Bean)
the American Committee for the Shaare Zedek Genenli
pital in Jerusalem and spiritual leader of Temple :a
in Coral Gables, receives his gavel of office from Max!
of New York City, the organization's national chairr^,
ceremonies held recently in the Fontainebleau Hotel. \,
known philanthropist. Mr. Stern, for whom New York jj
College for Women was named, is a founder and ck-r
of the board of Hartz Mountain Products Co:?.
A breakfasting meeting of tne residents of Arlen House
and Arlen House West pioduced excellent results for the
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Left to right, Irving Cypers, chairman; Martin
Berger, general chairman; Richard Essen, guest speaker;
and Mrs. Essen. Mr. Essen is presently in Israel getting a
firsthand look at the Middle East situation.
March 30 is the official op
c! ite for t he Mizrachi Women's
i w facilitie i il 107 Lincoln Rd.,
suite i i-K. Mi mbers nativi and
visiting are cordially invited to
an open house from 10 a.m to -
p.m. on the last Monday oi each
month. Mrs. Rose Shapiro, presi-
dent of Kinnerest chapter, will '.
the hostess
NCCH Chapter Lunch
Mrs. Henrietta Fine was chair-
man of the day and Mrs. Lillian
Sieg 1 tick t chairman for the
?0th annual Pledge Luncheon held
this week by the 700-member Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital. Mrs.
Claire Charap is chapter presi-
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Local Chapters Plan
ORT Day Observances
-... iti rr Florida Region
'.'.-' of Women's American
for RehabUl-
. :-,(l,ph Training) Joined
j OOofl co-members in
, throughout the
RT Hay 1970
r,uik ^ i itions were i--
I, h> ,; and mayors
J Wednesday
, Greater
, ; -i.l> ill Mrs.
. Za
^ I ...,; the South
. ..., .. .1 ..
| rhej included:
llljattc Showi "' mberahip
i : Mrs
i he Mak-
lillip Stai k
r,
Clink in Point Rasl Aodltortam
put on by Richards Department
Ston and coordinated by Angle
I c i nor. The chapti i will show the
firm "The Making ol a Man" in
the Point Kast Auditorium at B
jim. Tuesdaj
gwitlwwtMar 21-30 Walk-A-
Thon for mi mbershlp, and an
Vpril 1 meeting in the home ol
Mrs Sv Schulemson, president,
' 9041 SW 66th '!' i
Treawre Isl.ORT Daj Tea to
take place in April
t |et;i TurkApril (.. Hawaiian
luau m the home ol Mrs Barbara
G i kman, 17221 Ni: 11th Ct.. and
film. 'The Making ol u Man."
Miami HiisiniN \ Professional
< h'i>ter ol Women's American
ORT will hold a games party at
tin- Croyden Anns Hotel Sunda>
al 7:30 p.m. Its regular month!}
lags Chapter ORT Day n:eetlng will be held al 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday In Thursday, March 26, In the Hospi-
tality Room ol tlic Chaw Federal
Bank Bldg., Q5 Arthur Godfrey
Rd. A siH-ial hour and refresh-
ments ill follow the review of
tiint Bast < taptrr, l 30 p.m. Ihe iwxik "The Hostages," by Mrs.
lay. Fash h Seminar and Frances Abrams
i< i haptrr ) l
ch 26, Kins
Vpart Mrs Kdward
} i: nt's <'arriage
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Have fun at
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A "Queen Esther'' will be selected from the
four candidates pictured, (each of whom has
two godmothers to help her sell tickets^ at a
dinner-dance to be held in the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors by the Cuban Hebrew Con-
gregation Saturday, April 4. Seated, horn
left, are Hilda Osin, whose godmothers are
Mrs. Salomon Yuken and Mrs. George Fel-
denkreis; Elisa Pitchon, godchild of Mrs.
Scul Pundik and Mrs. Saul SreLrenick;
Marilyn Nujiel, godchild of Mrs. Jacobo Es-
quenazi and Mrs. Leon Gcifinkel, and Re-
becca Shapiro, whose gcdmo'hers are Mrs.
Ben Volpe and Mrs. Rafael Kravec. Funds
raised through ticket sales will go to pur-
chase an ambulance for Isrne'..
North Shore To Install
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
No 677, Jewish War Wterans,
v. i i meet al T 30 p.m. Wednesdaj
in the Washington Federal Hank
' N'ormand) I >i The Auxiliary
i nd Posl m iii hold a jo :.i installa-
tion beginning al s p.m.
Membership Meeting, Concert
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
v ill hold a membership meeting
ai l p.m. Monday in the Washing-
ton Federal al 1234 Washington
Avi Miami Beach, to take up im-
I'iii.mi business matters. The club
will have a concert Tuesday al
7 30 p.m in the Miami Beach Fed-
eral at 755 Washington Ave and
the showing of an Israeli film. The
public is invited.
Serve your famiiy the finest
Everything from soup to nosh!
Lincoln Chapter Meets
Lincoln Chapter 1 L'SS. B'nai
Il'iith Women, will have a regular
meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday in
the lower level of KM) Lincoln Rd.
Klections arc scheduled to take
place
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These ofiic (the Inter-American Group of
,he y h Chapter of Hadassah were
Youth Aliyah Luncheon and
held by the group last month
in the Eden R-c Hotel. From left (seated) are
Mb Scu! ndik. president; Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz. acting president of the Miami Beach
Chap*:: M". Salomon Bigelman. recording
secretary, end Mrs. Max Garazi, treasurer.
Mrs. lose Sapoznik. membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Saul Ginsburg. fund-raising v'ce
president; Mrs. Carlos Descal. president of
the Cuban-Hebrew Association; Mrs. Samuel
Sakrais. installing officer, and Mrs. Sherman
Fast, organization vice president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, are stand;na.
| Sisterhood Plaque Dedication
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JMnj 5 tonated the |
I. |,, ol hla beloved |
K ;.;. Sisterhood president
I g the founder
Lid
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day starting at 7:30 p.m.
An evening of mu.v.c. riancine.
prizes and festivities is planned
by the group. Gertrude ("etron is
chairman: Marion Wilson is co-
chairman and Sylvia Dan/ig is
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| Community Singers Social
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Friday.
March 20. 1970
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Shuman Reelected By
Miami Beach Lodge
UtamiB.achB'nal r. nth Lip
;, ohlcst in the .-.ly. M
Simcha Install.-,
*i" tcgin hl lecond
nt.
.., b. installed In-
;ahn, preridenl ol
. : ConRTCRation the
ESng president-elect; Joseph
:.,., H. Cohen and
VlI Friedman, vice presidents;
\\.k Kahn, recording secretary;
Philip Cantor, corresponding *
ttn.. Irving Schatanan. In as-
UIW." Samuel Weiner. financial
lar>.. or Abraham Wolfaon.
.. Miller, lunch-
Martin Gclb
. Harrj vuerbneh. monitors;
ni Levim and Jack K;mf-
Vdolph Lang and
; s Kopalri, wardi na
Miami Beaeh attorney and com-
munity leader Georgi .1 Talianofl
\ ill ad as 'li' ii stalling offii i \
and keynote s;,ik> r. A pasl presi-
iIt 111 ho lie ails the National Community
S- rvice Committee '>; the Anti-
Defamaticn League, which directs
the nationw ide acl ivitk a ol thi
i. sjional offici maintain! ii by Ihc
\l )i He i- also ;i member o( the
National ADL Commission.
Samuel Pascoe, a member of Ihc
DistrkM Grand Lodge No. 5 board
(i governors, who i-; also b pasl
presidenl of the Miami Beach
Lodge, will serve is master of
ceremonies Also participating In
the evening's program will be
Lodge past pre siii. ni Malcolm
Fromberg Cantor Hvman Fein,
and Lodge honorary 111 presidenl
[rving Scharztnan, who will make
the Presidential Citation.
Mr. Shuman, who came to tins
area from Baltimore, Mil., was an
iccountanl there and prominent in
communal work.
Guests at a ceffee at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Serbin for Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood's "Project 70" the refurbishing
cf the synagogue's social hall gave the
effort to complete the project a big boost.
Several of them enlisted as Women of
Sholcm. a new category of SI.000 donors to
the organization. Shewn (left to right) are
Mis. Ssibin. Mis. Max Greenberg. Rabb
Jerrold Levy. Mrs. Morris Alpert and Mrs
David Denner. Each will receive a spacia.
pin which has been commissioned in Israe
by Dr. and Mrs. Leon Kronish during thei.
current mission to the Jewish state.
Success of the dinner party honoring Mrs. Moshe Dayan at
he Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kanter
is reflet :hc smiles cf Becich, founder of a comprehensive high
. the Israel Education Fund; Philip Zinman of
1 Philadelphia, national chaUra in of the cr-
. H. Frankel of Miami Beach, donor cf a
trough the Israel Education Fund
/wood, Flo., and New Yotk, national |
e educational arm of the UJA.
Legislative Seminar Sel
Five nf the state's legislator!!
v. ill participate in a I gislative
s minar in the Jordan Marsh Au-
ditorium, 1501 Biscaynt Blvd., ai
7 p.m. Thi i sda March 26. Rep
Maxine Baki r, R< |>. Talbol
Robert l. She> In will be on
dy" D'AI i.i rte, Rep. Gerald
i v is s n !< i ni t:i M Mji is and
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KENNETH KLEIN
Kenneth, the sen of Mr ar.o!
Harrv tOea* 9* NE 160th St.
Rt Bar Mm. ah it Young Is-
rael oi" Greater Mia. -ay
March &.
4a nonor student at Ma F
Kennedy Junior High School, the
brant has received numerous
aards 1st outstanding KM
Mr a-.: Mn B -ponaor
K.ddish following Mat arvtua
and opn house" for close
frieaaR, :'x- -eighbors
? honor.
The celebrar.*
a graduate of Fonda State
OK) aaa s be: lavas the
" 5 Ar.y kam as an atlaTM
last of Ma>. will be
the honored guests
ANDRE* BKEJTEB
A'drea. daughter of Mr ard
Mrs PRaRf Erv::-.r ::' Matt RR-
will become Bat Mimas at
Ttmpie Mencrah Friday evening.
Ml 11 :' with P-abbi Mayer
ABtaaaaritl officiating.
I M :dent at North Mar: B-
H S:
-- grade. Andrea a a
Katiaaa latfaa Ranger
beaaaj : rbbarrs ieague.
rviees. a private
- >-._-
s honor.

DAVID ROBBING
rv k- !->*
Mn S A Roobiss. -.:: observe
Sisterhood Sponsors
Torah Fund Luncheon
A atanrlal Torah Fund" tanch-
- will be sporsorwd at 11 a
aaaafeo hi Soector Ha:; ay the
;- -- od of BHfe DaaM Conare-
Ifes, Cfcaraa Scir..-
- ibbi fe announced. Pro-
ceeds wtil go to the Jew ah Tseo-
-
7>e !! fcatara ertertamer aai
Jewish himorisT Charicte Cooper,
who has played in kssitirrate thea-
as well as r
aataa
ruest star Mrs. Snmcarp a in
caarge of reservaoota.
POULTRY SOKXHtT
Scdu taitaaa
IM MIAMI Ot VrONITY
C.4I S654S06
Us Bar Mitzvah at leasae tieth
Am Saturday. March -"-
Pa\id a as his fifth year at
^le Beth Am Religious School
a an honor student at Pal-
metto Junior High School where
he plays French horn in the band.
He has won the YMHA's Most
Valuable Player award and the
Good Sportsmari-.r award :n bas-
ketball competition, and is cur-
avnrg baskettw" II
- Laaajae and baseball in
the Khoury League.
Following the services. David's
rarents will host a reception and
aadwaa _- his honor at King's
Say Yacht and Country- C
A~ong the honored guests *.::
bv Mrs. MMaai Speisman of M:-
aari Baackk Mb materrai ex-a-d-
mother, and Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Hanartai from Long Isiar:. N V

JAY STEIN
Saturday morning. March 21. at
:ple Or OkKR. Jay. the son of
Mr and Mrs Mai Stein. 9*R2 SW
21s*. Si become Bar Mitzvah.
Jay a se\enth grade student at
Rockway Junior High School.
;. ays tenor saxophone in the
school's band.
The celebra.-t < aanaaj -
the hosts at the Oneg Shabbat r
.ng Friday night's services as
well as the Kiddie'- a Ma t -rrpie
on Saturday Bad aaaar aha *.:=
a reception and dinner Satarday
evening.
Jays grandpar--- Ml aari
Mrs. Jack Glt- a ird
Mn Etnaai SRu *
--'ebratt the occasion.
aaa
MILES GKEENBERG
- :f Sa
berc 71 SM -"--. 91 -.
- Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Corgrecatior. Saturiia.
aa -..'- rra>. student at
5 ''. aj Jwrjor High S
es participates _-
baseba:: faatt
tennis activities.
alB| from Long faaani, N Y
to help Miles celebrate the occa-
sion wili be his grandrrx r Mrs.
Sana Greenberg. and ha sts,
Mn Lu iian Trencher aa
i Rice.
a a
TEROME rOHEN
ac Dtajanua -- son f
aal Mrs r> :;;.
Sbbkt M Daral Gat
ir. Satmday Mar B
Friday.
tritUti
at 11:13 a-m. services in Temple
Judea.
A seventh grade honor student
at Ponce de Lev Hurh
School. Jerrv is a member of the
Coral Gables Sim Asso.
zr*i has aaa a -: I of medals
and aards. He rs a H I I
?..; Scaaf Troap 64. and as in
the recent graduating class
ua's Peana Sekaai where he
cntmue has religious educa-
tion to confu-rnation.
M: and Mrs. Cahm arfl host
the Kiddvah following the eata-
sor.'s honor.
^g the
York. Illinois aad
to share _-. the f--sti\ities m
his grardparer.-s Mr aad Mn
T -^do-
a a a
ROBVN Sn.\"EB
Robyn Nar. the dBBBRt -
>rr arid Mrs. DavM SBvar. wul
ac Bat Mitzvah at T
-. -.. Mare* ::
An honor student at McNicol
- High Sen .- ?i ywood
where she a ia tt nth grade.
Robyn attended the U I aa Day
- -r > re her
aticr. last year and s a
.e -:~Mn--r:. >
C S T
- - -vice, the celebrant -
honored at a reception hatted bg
her parents in the Diplomat H I
aaaaaj "~- -oorea r-*'-
Robvr srra- Mrs Anna
KB) aa and Mr and Mrs. Isadore
Schwartz.
ROBERT 1%'OLK
Robert. Ike aaa of Mn
) rk ""
.- aftaac da ?- -
Torah P.
il Beta 7 ra ongrega-
Sal March 21
Raacrt a O
> ; -- Bat >.- at
Beta Taral ami their fa_
n r-.ed as presadent at the cor.
;?earheadd the
vrtjon of the present Tempae
and ties.
m
ROBIN MBMHHUBQ9I
: '' a-d
Mn DaaaM Meaanaan ot N-irth
Miami Beach 11 observe her Bat
MMfR Friday evening March 20.
Beth Torah Congregation.
Robi.n a a student at John F
KeaaedB Jaaiaf H un School and
attends-h.- Har->ld Walk Religious
School at Beth Torah. where . ars ~,-ms ed-
ucataon.
a
LAWaftON E TAYLOR
Satnrday aaraaaj March H, at
Beth Torah Congregation. Lau-
rence, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou
.a;. Alll
Bar MiUvafe
Larry atteadi Joaa f Keaaedy
re be a
- --. -. rrade. and plans
:"ior.
* Beth Ton* > Hai Re-
-:
-e The honored guests ili
be brant's grandpar-
Mr .-.-. Mn. DaMdoff of Miami.
a a
PAILA FINKEI>T:iN
Pi i Beth, i
I
.. T become Bat
j.a.-. at 1 Vm Fn-
X She will
at the Haftorah and conduct
; assisted by two older
tai Her hrotaes NeB. 9. will
rec-.t- lac Kiddush-
Pa.a s a I -.--
-
wh- -aAophone a

Pana I pan nil -' host the
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lowing the f:
Guests afll -
Flnkebt* Ban
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*Jewi*#/ Fk-ridHann
Page KB
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, reCent breakfast meeting of residents of Seacoast
t wers North. Charles (Chuck) Merwitzer discussed a re-
lnt uip t0 Israel and made a heartrending appeal en be-
half of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal end Lrael Emer-
encv Fund campaign. More than 50 persons at'ended tht
^eetinq which produced excellent results for the campaign.
Left to riqht. Sam Beckman. committee member Mrs. Ma^
Meiwitzer Harry Herman, committee member
v.. Co-chairman.

Jorge Perez (lefti president of Phi Theta Kappa fraternity's
hupter en the South Campus of Miami-Dade Junior College,
presents an honorary membership certificate to Mitchell
Wcilson in recognition of his contributions to education in
general and Miami-Dade Junior College in particular.
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70 824 (Dowlingi
i" i:i: kmoi
SAM! III. UUTW IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdtli I A I
t i 'IhIiiu or i run id AkiiIiiki Bald
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  • . .1 !.. pi i '.ii an) l.i m* and -l- m-n.-l*
    which you may hnvi lurainxl thi es-
    tate of SAMl'KI. BOTWIN deceased
    lute ol Dade County, Florida, to the
    ' ..u::'> Judge* "f Dadu County, and
    fill the sami In dupll< ati and a* pro-
    vided In Section 73S.lt>, Florida Stat-
    utex, In their office!" in the County
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    lime nf i Ion In reof,
    or Hi- -.mi. h ill !> barn !
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    day ol Man h, a n 1970.
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    i." Lim ..In I;...id. Miami Beach
    Cantor Moshe Stern will make1
    his first Miami Beach appear-
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    NO riCL OF Al- .^ .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA I-. AND FOR
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    i ;! iMAN A
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    .,.; u. i I'l.ml. r St ret '. Miami,
    i d
    he offici of the
    , i i ,i: Cuun on it
    Hi. Mb day oi Apt II. l7 ,, -,.. Judairo nl b) di
    fault ill be l 'U I
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    By: MAKOCBIIITE KENT
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-2299 (CHrittie)
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    f KIH'AHlii' INSION IKES
    Plaintiff.
    IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-103? '
    Frank B Dowling
    In HE: Bxtate of ,'
    SARA UKKOMAN
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Tt mi i 'i. dltom and All Perw I i-
    ins 1.1mi i i in.i '.'I ii. I '1
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL _
    IN ND FOR DADE COUNT"-
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-993
    John R. Blanton
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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    ly, Florida
    r. in i ilmi flral i-u1 ; ..-
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    As Executrix
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    [Jewish Fjoagdjan
    Purim Festival Celebrations Scheduled
    By The Congregations Of Greater Miami
    Florido March 20. 1970
    Section f
    UFCS Symposium To Hear
    Address By Psychiatrist
    ..[,,, dil ,i,,r of tin I !>' n [ si -v md pro- ill be g'-and to the professionals
    p'ono. iho Uni_| B ,, community at 8 p.m. Mon-
    day in the Dupont Pla/a Hut.!.
    Dr. Lief, director of the Mar-
    i..i>;. Council "i Philadelphia, and
    president of thi Sex Information |
    and Education Council of the r.S.
    iSIECI S w 11 list iss "New Con-
    ,. pts in the 1 i I ol Mai ital
    ! xual Prol Ii ns
    Asso iiit'! I the "helping" pro-
    fessions m rtical, psychol
    I welf an
    are expi eti I atti nd thi first
    conducted by
    ;he Emanu< i Po la< k I nti r for
    I';(.- Life and Child Devi lo|
    m iu the JFCS
    A past i-si nt of thi \ -
    i an A ad< n y ; Psycl alysis,
    Pi- l.iri obtained his M.D d<
    m N< w Yoi It L'nivi rsit i
    i- as < rtifi d u Psyi sis bj
    Columbia Li rsitj Hi s re-
    arer* d a vai ii ty of sul .< cts, In-
    -luding psi > M'1''1 i'v>"
    r at j n al educatioi
    i "t;il hialth
    -.
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    DR. HAR01D I. LIEF
    . I i School of
    .-' Fam-
    |l Iniversity Names Two
    epartment Cliairmen
    ,-ersity of
    irrent title
    I nil. t i full-
    \ ireh.
    " All"
    to T in Epsi-
    I for th-
    k' B ''
    \ indation on
    npus from 19ft
    ^artment of
    di nd 1'" R ib i'
    .rsit} "I
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    Sept. 16. The
    i nounced h
    Pt Steohen C
    B ird of Re
    ts meeting in
    I I rep's e Dr
    1 novm chairman
    t r 58 '. return to
    \..... !'.-. .,f Rnsi
    1 here he h i
    i ...... |94fj
    s Dr. Wils! B
    chii-mir
    " nounced hi
    Florida facult> His honors at th
    i 'niv< rsitj th "
    feachii \ a rd m the Stan I-
    rd Oil Fo md it m, 1968 and I9t 9
    Student G ve -nment A I
    instruct : ex -ellence in I i I
    ->!' Business Adn
    ., Blue Key Distinguished
    Fac ilt> A a ird ind the 1963 Out-
    standing Facultj a :. isor Awai I
    Dr. Ziller. who has be >n pro-
    fessor .it the Univi rsity of Ore
    .it Eugene nee 1966, specializ -
    :n expetimental social psych
    and i- the luthor if a large nui
    er of articles published in p
    tonal journ ih He frequently pre-
    sents papers on his research at
    annual meetings of psychological
    association.
    Newsletter editor for the S iciet
    for Experimental Social Psychology
    since 10H7. Dr. Ziller serves as ad-
    luncl associate editor for Socio-
    metry a qu irtei Ij so riology Journ-
    al, and i- listed in -Who's Who In
    Science." Before going to Oregon,
    he wai on th-' faculty of the i ni-
    versitj of D lew ire and sen d the
    Deleware Veterans' ^dmii
    tion Hospital as a re*
    suit int.
    Temple Menorah's
    Program Features
    Three-Rabbi Panel
    Temple Menorah will feature a
    ui iqui program in its social hall
    at s p.m. Thursday, March 26.
    when a panel of three rabbis will
    d si liss tin topi "What Ikx.< the
    Rabbi Expect from His Congrega-
    tion "
    Men's Club president Al Golden
    will introduce the participating
    I lal l< aders: Rabbi Samui I
    Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
    sk; and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
    and servi as chaii mar..
    Thi questions ot religious com-1
    a hi. involvement in ci\il
    rights, and secular leadership will
    i. i'.i- ss< i in a ti n-minute pres-
    i ntation made by each rabbi, afti i
    ce ill be ln\ iti .1
    ubmit qui stions to individual
    bbis or t i the i ntire panel. Con-
    ational 1< aders from all three
    ol Judaism I trthodox,
    itivi ai i Reform ha> i
    inviti d '" atti nd and partici-
    lialogue.
    Swirsky, spiritual
    i.i Beth Jacob Congregation of
    Miami Bi ach, i- an associati pro-
    ssor uf history at Miami Dad
    ,; lor i "olli gi An i rthodox rabbi
    he has distinguished himsi If in the
    . | ol Talmudic scholarship.
    Rabbi Jaffe, who has served as
    -; Iritual leadi r ol Temple Beth El.
    Hollywood, for more than a dec-
    is past president ol the Rab-
    binical .%ciwtion of t;rentr Mi-
    i i pi gently on the x
    board of the Ci ntral Confer-
    . n, \ :: an Rabbis, thi na-
    ii i ati il Refoi m
    rabbit
    Various congregations in the
    (".ieater Miami area have sched-
    uled Special observances of the
    festival of Purim. They include:
    Tem'pli Judea, which will cele-
    brate the holiday at 9:30 a.m.
    Sunday when the childn n of the
    Religious School will gather in the
    sanctuary i r a costume parade.
    The Megillah K< adin? will follow.
    md a lunch and carnival goodies
    for the entire congregation will be
    - M.nsoiTd by Sisterhood. Brother-
    hood and the Temple Youth after
    the sel \ lo s.
    :. A
    Beth David Congregation will
    hold its Purim Carnival Sunday ai
    its S uth I ade facility, sponsored
    the Youth Activities Depart-
    ment and coordinated by USY
    I adi rs Jill Aaronson and Jeff
    Nedelman, Beth David Youth ad-
    Michai l 11* Ibi it and Elli-
    ott Fledi II, and its ;
    Morris Tarasow. The tiist Purim
    Carnival t> be sponsored entirely
    by the Youth Department, it will
    pi i. from n a m. to 2 p.m..
    in H rman Bn tan, the
    Youth Acti' i chaii man. Theo-
    ,:,.i. i; irdon, '! thi Youth 'om-
    n Ission is II isi in offio r.
    .~ from Hollywood's Temple Sinn
    at a Purim Ball.
    :
    The reading of the Megillah will
    be held at Temple Menorah Sat-
    urday at 7 p.m. children will re-
    ceive groggers Inoisemakersi upon
    i '. ring tin synagogue. They are
    expected to sound them whene\ r
    Hainan's name is mentioned, as a
    n mindi r of the triumph of Jus-
    tice. At 10 a.m. Sunday. Temple
    Mi norah will hold a Purim Carni-
    val for it1- n ligious school studi nts
    in ih. social hall and playgroui I.
    Prizes will be awarded for cos-
    .. Mrs Carl Rosenberg, pn -
    Pan nts ui Ml lie! ah h -
    ounccd, and there will b< i -
    iishrm and games.
    4 *
    An i : gin 'i Pui lm i ntata w II
    pres nti d at 7 p.m. Sat rday In
    '. ra's special ci Ii bra-
    bi fi stival. The wi i k I
    Vali i ie Fn i dman, a tea i
    ) |i'- s indaj sch wl. a--']
    Richard S. Browdj 11 111
    he I by students of I
    '. school. The readme of t
    .,....., will be conducti d
    Ra' in Maxwi 11 Bergi r.
    Dr C, ff-
    . |
    [
    h '.s re-
    i
    -I | i -It -,ITI.
    I.,;. | ,
    run 'nt and
    I
    ' nti n sts. in
    >i | p ill rj
    wral fellow-
    rants. He ierv-
    tors Of the
    i77n Assoc
    ous tn ino-
    . pi ifi sslonal
    who received his
    A ,,, .. o| M.c'.n-- in Dr ... -
    ler did his undergraduate wot -
    Northern Michigan Unh/i "
    received his m st r' phD
    rees from thi L'nivcrs.tj
    c ihaM :> '-'"' : ""
    a in

    p with h mors from
    lj ,n Canada and
    I and Ph.D. degrees
    InrJh ve"ty. 'auKht at
    Ly"n.c it.-. I Hike and
    Ws University in Canada be-
    J""nK the University of
    Purim Significance Topic
    Author and lecturer L Lasavin
    will speak on "The Significai
    Purim in Modern Times at tm
    David Pmski Club's Oneg SI
    In the cafi teria ol the [da Flshi i
    Junior High School, Drexel Ave-
    nue and 14th Street. Friday at 8
    p.m. The humorist Fish! N
    will also be featured on the pro-
    gram which wid Include Yiddish
    and Hebrew ngi oy Shoshanah
    Hoffman, who accompanies herseli
    ion the guitar. Refreshments will
    , feature the traditional Haitian-
    , taschen.
    a- itz, T mple Mi -
    . ii iti il Ii adi r, is also a
    . sj,l nt i the Ra' bii I
    A -.M iati m Thi fo- n r Ri gi
    Din ctor ol the rsv. the Conserv-
    ativi movement's youth organiza-
    1,, ... he is thi pn sident of Ti l
    Aviv University's assistant on
    Vn in ar. studi nt affairs and has
    been active in Jewish Federation
    [srai I P..mis and J.wish National
    Fund.
    Chapter Meetings
    Of Pioneer Women
    Goldie Rubinstein anil Faye
    Brucker, president oi Kilat Chap-
    ter. Pioneer Women, are in charge
    , f tickets and reservations for the
    Purim Sudeh Kosher Dinner to
    be hi id at noon Sunda> in the
    Alamac Hotel, L300 Collins Ave.
    m,s Rebecca Ullman and Mrs
    .... Price will be honored. En-
    t. rtainment will be a musical pro-
    , arranged by Ida Kovalsky
    , a lit gs by Sam W xler, hu-
    I '
    -i*
    Thi Beba Idetsen Chapter will
    i I its Purim Lunchi on in thi
    p l Aire Hotel at no in Sundaj
    \ musical program will bi
    scnted b- Cantor Tiber Moses, a
    former member ol the Los An-
    5 Opera Company, accompa-
    I i i Aida Yaslo.
    *
    Mi ..ml Mrs. Abe Shedroff will
    be honored at a luncheon givi n by
    pioneer Women dob S at noon
    Wedn. sdav in the Raleigh Hot. I
    Mrs Miriam Gingold will b. guest
    aker, and a musical pro -
    will be presi nted. Frances Packer
    nt,

    The QeUa >i'ir Chapter will
    celebrate Purim at us regular
    etinI in the Washington Fed-
    eral Bank Bldg. at l p.m Wednes-
    day Liza Reesling will speak on
    Israel and Horence Schubert will
    entertain. President is Katherine
    Lippman.
    A cat nival will read-
    ing ni the Megillah tthe scroll
    lining the Book of Esther) at
    Ii Sin ii ol North 11 idi Sun-
    day at il a.m Thi many booths
    will l*' run by Temple S
    youth grou| si I r w ith adult
    members of thi congregation. The
    munity is invited to partici-
    pate; lunch will be available on
    the ti mple grounds.
    *
    Pui im w III be obsi i ved al Bi th
    Torah Congregation in a number
    ol v a> i, Da\ id Misoi znk'k, chair-
    , ,.'f the Haiold Wolk P.- ligious
    S, hoi I b ard has announce d The
    stor> ot ivirtrrr-n-itl bi presented
    in song, drama and danci by the
    ., hoi s Ii mentary department
    Sui ndei tl direction ol
    .....n Alts. in.i. r, Mrs
    i arles Rubel and Mrs. Thi od >n
    i, .| uth 1 hi hool wi 1 alsi
    iti In a unique exchat
    i gifts with 11 ligious scho ils ol
    an ; n lay afti moon, the
    ,. ligfcM seii,;. 5A class will ob-
    s, in the rommandmi nt ol a tra-
    ,'itii nal h 'hi'.. : m< al the Purim
    ,u. and S ii da evi ning the
    nfirma ion and Confirma-
    tion classes will lies, similar class-
    Rabbi Narot Is Final
    Speaker In 1969-70
    Greenfield Series
    Ra h R. Narot will >'
    I |, Urai i ol Greater Mian- -
    1969 70 G enfield Adult Institute
    lay v' ith an addn s^ on I
    f Amei ican Judaism in
    "-.. 70s.
    in Judais Si
    viv, ihi Scvi ntii s?" will include a
    lectures dellvi
    eic-d bj scholars and lit-
    . | g the 21 wei k
    ..,,,. Di Narot will usi thi ir
    . .i basis for his i
    tion in) thi future.
    Xext yi u 's -;s on thi G
    fi id lm which wi
    : ts fifth yi ar, will ah
    . > Rabi i Narot it was
    mb. : ol outstan I-
    mg ac i and rabbinic leel
    vi already accepted ii
    i ie spi ak during the si ries
    which is ci nsi Ii rt d bj scholars i
    . of the mi st prestigious i
    it- kind in the nation.
    Councilman Robert Goodman pieients the
    Keys to the City to Jacob Walter Ullman at the recent
    American Technion Society dinner in the Fcntainebleau
    Hotel as Dr. Arthur Kantrowitz, left, and Carl Alpsrt. who
    also were recipients, watch.
    In the receiving line at thi? American Technion Society
    dinner are ifrom left) E. Albert Pallot, dinner chairman,
    Mrs. Pallot. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, cochairmen, Jacob
    Walter Ullman. national president, and Edward Vajdc, the
    Society's executive vice president and national director.


    Page 2-C
    *Je>*UtncrkUnn
    Friday, March
    Pioneer Women Open Golan
    Heights Club For Arabs
    The first Arab Women's Club ]
    lor the Golan Heights area of Is- |
    racl has ben organized by
    Pioneer Women.
    Mrs. NTi/hal KStsab! director of
    the Arab Women's Section of
    Pioneer Women in Israel, has an-
    nounced the owning of a club to .
    Berve the Dru/c village of Kafr
    Heights. The new faeiliti. for the
    Golan Druse are the 29th in the
    network of dubs for Arab and ,
    Druze women operated by Pioneer
    Women.
    ine club at Kafr Bukata started
    out with an enrollment of .">l wo-
    men, 17 years and older. The
    inembi ra arc learning Hebrew,
    Arabic, arithmetic and sewing, in
    class si ssions conduct! d at least
    three times a week. In addition.
    Pioneer Women is sponsoring four ,
    i iris from this group at a five-
    month seminar in Tel Aviv so they ,
    may return to the Golan Heights
    with training as community lead-
    ers.
    The launciiing of the first Golan
    Heights activity follows the im-
    pressive success of the Arab Wo-
    men's Club formed two years ago
    in Kast Jerusalem. That club is
    hi conducting its third semester
    -jf vocational training count s
    ranging from hairdressing and
    tailoring to Hebrew. The Jeru-
    salem group today includes 700
    Arab women "from the eastern
    part of the city, participating in
    vocational training and cultural
    and social activities.
    Pioneer Women's national presi-
    dent. Mrs. Jack Zackler. of Chic-
    ego, now on an inspection mission
    in Israel, declared. "One cannot
    hraglne the results of the activi-
    ties oi the Jerusalem Arab Wo-
    men's Club. The warm human
    contacts fostered by this club and
    its hundreds of members and
    their families who meet with
    their Jewish instructors and
    friends, has c< rtainly been ex-
    tremely helpful in fostering new
    bonds of friendship in Jerusalem."
    Pioneer Women, the Women's
    Labor Zionist Organization of
    America, is the only American Wo-
    men's group Involved in this ex-
    ti nsive program for Arab women.
    Among their other projects are
    day-care centers for working wo-
    men, kindergarten, nurseries, vo-
    cational education schools and
    (ourses. and community centers.
    Authors To Take Part In
    M-DJC Writers' Conference
    Some 20 successful novelists,
    magazine writers, poets, editors
    and Journalists will participate in
    MkUBi-Dade Junior College's first
    annual Southeastern Writers' Con-
    fen nee, which will be held on the
    South Campus April 16-19. They
    will speak, conduct workshops and
    pant Is and be available for In-
    formal discussion with conference
    I articlpants.
    Such outstanding literary fig-
    im s as Philip Wylie. Richard Pow-
    ell, poet Donald Justice, Murray
    Teigh Bloom, Reader's Digest edi-
    tor John Allen, Marjory Stoneman
    Douglas, Cowles Book Co. editor
    Charles N. Heckelmann, TV-film
    writer George Lowther and Red-
    book I'ietion editor Neal G. Stuart
    are xpected to be present.
    William B Hartley, author and
    Ronald K. DcMaris, professor of
    English at M-DJC South, are di-
    i' it is >t the conference with
    GOOD
    AS GOLD!
    William F. Shaw, book columnist
    and dean of Academic Affairs on
    the South Campus, serving as aca-
    demic consultant.
    Prizes will be awarded for the j
    L>. st poem, short story and article
    submitted. Persons wishing to par-
    ticipate must apply to: Director,
    Southeastern Writers Conference,
    P.O. Box 1097. South Miami. Fla.
    33143 and enclose $15 deductible,
    non-refundable deposit. Applica-
    tions must be received by Thurs-
    day. March 26.
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    The offieers and directors of
    Temple Ner I'amkl have chosen
    klr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw ;is
    i, ri|>l< nts .f the temple's Man
    and Woman ol the Year" award.
    it has been announci d.
    The award, in recognition of
    ihcir ck dication and devotion <>
    the temple since it- inception, will
    be presented to the outstanding
    . ip|i hi Temple Ner Tamid's
    I2th annual banquet, which will
    in id in tin' Fbntaineblcau Hotel
    Sunday evening, Man*
    .Mr. feast,nbg mst:-
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    Page 3-C
    Solomon Schechter
    ;chool For So. Dade
    I'- : Miami
    I he United
    I N i 1.1.1
    I sed inil al-
    t ., ..econdgrade,
    I
    .,: pay
    work -"'" -
    loperatii
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    lewish lion is the
    , m 'i a*
    [ Conserv-
    I ; ,, I with th'
    I Th(,l
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    I ntbooks. I her train-
    thod re a con-
    rva., ( the Commission's
    hich aw
    j to the S Schechter
    I. i ountry.
    South Dad Solomon
    ,i School will h ive its own
    I lay-
    profess n v!"1 '"''
    I ippropri-
    [ Small IP*
    n, and m ii i ite blend-
    H irew ii I ;' studies
    : Sch< htei
    IN
    ITRIP FOR 2
    ISRAEL
    FROM
    IMAXWELL
    HOUSE
    . COFFEE
    |l your nan.f i-d addr
    <(0n a plain piece of paper
    Iota your entry with any of
    llOWinj: Th. Maxwell HoUtC
    F wipped fro, me piaatic
    ly can of %.1 well Coffee.
    I inner aeal from any jar of
    PuiV."".!1 Hous' r J"*1 '"
    l"*XwELL HOUSE printed
    r" mock letter, on a plain
    P taper 3" i 5
    "to MAXWELL HOUSE
    i. B" ii?"- Grand
    (?'ation. New York, New
    'Purchase Necessary
    tin-, school yeai Xtia. U*t. grade
    will be limited to twenty pupils.
    Registration inquiries and requests
    1 i) be mad.' by contracting Rab-
    bi Rutchik at 2355 Salzedo Si
    Coral <; iblea, Fl i 331 A
    Karl Saenger To Speak
    On New S. S. Benefits
    Karl Saenger, district director
    of the loral Social Security offta .
    will be guesl speaker al the meet-
    ing <>f Hatikvah Lodge, B'nai
    B'rith, iti the Morton Towers Res-
    taurant Thursday evening, March
    26, program chairman William .1
    Schusel has announced.
    Mr. Sam(ji-r will discuss a s ib-
    j. -i of vital Interest to all scnioi
    citizens thv tunny new benefits
    under the latest provisions Issued
    by the Department ol Health, Ed-
    ucation ami Welfare. A social hour
    v ill follow Mr Saenger*a address.
    cMeatless
    yet so
    LBoyarbeeJ
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    mushrooms
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    matchless meatless sauces.
    Three kinds: Mushroom, Mari-
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    In real Italian ta'am. Keep all
    three on hand for family pleasing
    variety.
    Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
    MAKES THE FLAVOR!
    Serve your family the finest
    Manischewilz
    FOR PASSOVE
    soup
    The membership of Temple Beth Am sup-
    ported the congregation's recent dinner in
    behalf cf the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund campaign, whirh
    was held at the King's Bay Country Club.
    Among those attending the event were
    (from le(t' Stanley Gilbert, Mrs. David Lieb-
    men, Mr. and Mrs. David Light, Mrs. Judith
    Beilen, Mrs. Leonard Luria, Judge Davic
    Liebman and Leonard Luria.

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    that cou'd dull its fresh
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    Page 4-C
    vJeHistncridKir
    Fridy. March
    <^_/i oliday jj-oods
    1TKI.M IS A OBEAT TIME
    TO (SI TO KNOW NOTTS
    Purim is sweet, and so are the
    many good things to cat and
    drink from Mott's.
    It's a good time to stock up on
    Mott's A.M.. the five-fruit drink.
    Mott's Tropical Fruit Punch, and
    Mott's Apple Juice. When it cornea
    1o eating. Mott's makes the best
    in apple sauce and combination
    apple-fruit sauces. 0>i>on a jar of
    Mott's creamy, delicious Rice Pud-
    ding for good old-fashioned flavor
    - it will bring back memories of
    the kind Mama used to make.
    WHAT A TIME
    FOB a toast:
    Purim is a happy time. You'll
    be greeting friends and welcoming
    family.
    What a good time for a toast!
    What a good toast you will share
    with Seagram's V.O. Canadian
    whiskey you need never hide the
    bottle.
    Everyone will know you are a
    good hostess ttlv 11 you serve Sea-
    gram's. It has enjoyed an excellent
    reputation for years. You will, too,
    when you raise your glasses and
    drink to everyone's health and
    >_' od fortune with the special oc-
    casion toaster Seagram's V.O.
    . must be something to th e
    Alpine pastures and clean, pure
    Swiss air. Nobody but the Swiss
    can make cheese like that. No
    other Swiss has that color and
    texture; none bit red Switzer-
    land Swiss can achieve the distinct.
    mellow nut-like flavor.
    Don't settle for second best
    look for and enjoy the number on*
    Swiss: the imported one from
    Switzerland.
    IKRIiV II' AND FIX
    SOMETHING GOOD TO FAT
    Sound familiar?
    But you're busy cleaning and
    baking for the holiday. How can
    you put something hearty, satis-
    fying and healthful on the table
    in a hurry ?
    Easy, just open a can ol (lief
    Boy Ar Doe chet se ravioli in
    sauce. If you have it tried ravioli,
    think of cheese kreplach in Italian
    -nice and you won't be far off.
    if you've got leftovers and you
    don't want them to taste like 1 It.
    overs, open a can of Chef Boy-Ar-
    Dee meatless since, mushroom, or
    marinara and re-introduce last
    night's dinner. Everyone will think
    you've concocted something special.
    Anytime you're in a hurry hut
    lon't wanl to slight your family
    rely on Chef Boy-Ar-Dee, you
    can't go w r rag.
    WHAT'S THE BEST
    DRINK TO SEKVE
    WITH' IIAMANTASt HEN?
    MVXWKI.l. HOI SB COFFEE.
    OF COl RSK.
    Maxwell House has been "art home"
    Na urally, Maxwell House is at
    home with Jewish festival foods
    \l ixw II House h.ts DC 'ii
    home" in Jewish homes for a hall
    a century. Y w can bo sure a cof-
    fee this popular must lie special
    It is consistently fresh and "good
    to the last drop'' as M always h is
    been.
    Maxwi I! H >us* enjoys its pi
    in Jewish homes. Of course,
    certifi d k ish r ind p trve.
    If you're m a hurry or just want
    the best instant, count 'in M ix-
    1 '] House instant. It's got to be
    good after all. if- ma i> from
    fresh-brev e 1 regul ir Maxwell
    Hous 1' fl
    PLANTER'S IS PERFECT FOR
    PI RIM BARING
    Planter's 100'; pure peanut oil
    .- perfect for holiday cooking and
    baking. When your taigl 1 :h recipe
    calls I'" oil. read) for Planter's.
    But don't restrict Planter's to baric-
    ing Nothing sun lis more appetiz-
    n 1 01,er in the Irving
    pan, Try frying fish, phkjken,
    -.oil' ing onions Everything is
    light, not greasy or oily to the
    I alch o. taste.
    Planter's oil this Purim;
    you 11 find yourself using it all
    ye r, in everyday a- well as holi-
    day cooking and baking.
    Honored By \|
    'in. .
    partment in i. K r
    ami a .
    foreijrn VI
    11., Mo,
    t. nous -
    , The VFWs 'p I
    Yn "' U id
    **......
    ti.ns .
    ''"'' 1'-' -rt
    Part ol -i \
    local poll!
    HAPPY (HELLMANN'S) PI RIM
    Purim is such a happy time. K--
    ::> when It com, to eating all
    those delicious cakes and pastries
    and special compmv salad-.
    Hellmann's whole egg mayon-
    naise is special all year long, and
    can rely 1* counted on at Purim.
    ' I i:i.n m'a -lie,-ess secret?
    I'h'V use 'inly fresh, whole eggs.
    There .- never a metallic taste t 1
    overwhelm the foods you are blend-
    Hellmann's with. Always fresh.
    creamy, homemade lasting. Wheth-
    - 1 l sp\ irately, in a
    salad or cooking, depend on Hell-
    o's mayonnai-'
    Naturally X kosher tnd parve
    FLAVOI
    BONANI
    ^ubinstf
    THIS I'l CRI
    BocKEYenni
    e vvratitiik
    GOOD NEWS MAZOI.A IS
    Jl ST BIGHT FOB PFR1M
    SPBEAD IT ABOUND .
    We're really only making a
    small |oke. 0"hce you've tasted
    oil margai inc. you'll
    know it'- 1I1 lii .'.is. both as a
    B] r ad and in cooking and baking.
    Mazoia is available in your gi >-
    i, 1 .- daii > .1-1
    1'.' -1 of all. those w ho must
    v atch th. a- -a intake will l)e
    happy to know lint you can have
    Ma/ 1 nsalted. So s. 111 spn ad-
    ing the Mazoia ami baking with it
    and cooking with it and adding it
    to hot fresh vegetabli s and sauces
    WHAT BETTER TIME THAN
    i'l KIM TO GET \' WITH FLEIS4 HMANN'S?
    All that wondi riiil Purim baking
    ' serves the best Fleischmann's
    salted 100', com oil margarine.
    1 ing 1. .1 th I* si in every
    i swvet. or to serve on the
    tabli 1 : : id, you can't beat
    ' light, ci.lie.i-. f] ivorof Fleisch-
    i's. You know it's 0 i foi
    corn oil. just
    right for in. n 1 -
    Wh< ther dii 1 ng, or just taking
    1 of your family's health.
    Fleischmann's is the right spi
    for modern homemaki rs
    LOOK FOB THE
    BILVER itliK K
    Whi n you're shopping for Purim
    fixin t to look for
    the silver buck in your grocer's
    dairy casi
    Ttn -ii\er bi i'-k 1- Philadelphia
    bia; ij. favorite
    im eh. se m .!. wish homes all
    year round. The children love
    lush Philadelphia with jelly on
    bread. And what's a bagel with-
    out a sin. ar ,,i Philadelphia?
    Whi :i it con* s t,, making a
    1 outhwab ring chi 1 se cake, think
    < i Philadelphia. In fact, Philadel-
    1 hia is so [ 1 u 'I so popular,
    ,,'!'' 'be copying 'air wrap.
    I'd. th. 1, is only one
    silver brick the one that says
    Philadelphia birr i ,
    ly by Kraft.
    UlTVOIR CUPS AND
    KKJdKi; WITH Vt BAN
    Yuban, the simeba coffee, is
    pi rf< (o ail happy occas
    When you brew a |k.'. remember
    the Yuhan.
    When it com.- t,) instant, you
    Can lie sun- Yuban makes "the
    riche-i yet mildest instant around.
    They me "coffee chunks" that
    burst into flavor with the rush of
    boiling water in your cup. Never
    bitter, always rich, full bodied
    nnd satisfying.
    CELEBRATE WITH THE
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    knisl ikskiia,
    Wl
    ;iection-Awards Meeting
    ;et Bv Hospital Auxiliary
    ""vi," ,;:l,,,,::.:;.i;:':; Sr^^ *h ***** i*- h.,ura.,i.M.-.<. u,,,! rusk,,,
    - Sina. Hospital Auxiliary
    ia! Election and
    \,...,. m the hoapltaPi
    r Wolfson Auditorium at
    . Frl la) M ril "
    4uxlliar.> vice preaidente,
    \,r Don, Mrs. James H.
    gu Edward L Cowen and
    Will Pr...
    nnual report* >--
    ,(<) |)V Mrs Martin Kura-
    I ntarian, Auxiliary
    Mrs, Murray Kern has
    In addition to the
    s and i> ard
    teen who give their time to Ihe
    hotphal. Award pins will be pre-
    ftothman, honorarj chairman of :N,"",,, Sinai AuxUians Mrs. present the
    Sen-Ice Aides, who has established Stanley Arkin, Mrs. Robert Cruder program.
    record high of 15.000 hours of "*
    s> rvicc will n .-. ivc special rtcog-
    ration fi>i her arhh viment, and
    Mis. Lydia Barham, S rv-ice VI I.
    music;,I
    Page 5-C
    With .Mrs.
    piano, will
    lit of th.
    .1
    of
    :, ature <>i t!i'
    rtai
    (, "VolunttHM l'." cogni-
    ,n cer-
    rot appn-c ition will be
    kd to rarh ''"' Volun-
    t
    SA1IM JOSEPH
    lh Miami Beach
    Names Joseph
    |, Gen'l Manager
    C Joseph, who formerly
    i dated with Dumas Mllner
    let, has been named \ ice
    knt and general managi r of
    : entl> opened Sark Chevro-
    North Miami Beach
    '"y aftei being named to
    ud-in-command position in
    la s to I- one of the
    lew car dealerships in the
    k ph. who
    live in community
    launched a program to
    hard-working
    If-sacrificine men in the
    Ice employees.
    ! ol the "Tropical
    sored by Sark
    W. which includes a is.
    Bond and plaque, was < f-
    **Wl Haulm, who was
    th.- top officer for the
    d the hope
    ample would be fol-
    7 other civic minded busi-

    ganizations, and thus
    ''' ton-ards making out
    I "","'' I saf< i place in
    ii\ -.
    E4MD w"X>Wf WiTH
    ' H0*. NO CHUMf N.
    , *W to moke acquaintance
    ['". lody lor compa.onshlp
    h 7 umo,rimony- Wrile 6- r<
    ["'*. Miami 33101.
    TRIKE IT
    RICH!
    ^bihkeifts
    **rwDiNtou,,
    Serve your family the finest
    Finalizing arrangements for Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary's
    annual election and awards meeting April 3 are. from left,
    (seated) Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe and Mrs. Irving Simson;
    (standing) Mis. Arthur Burrell, Mrs. Betty Rosenbaum. Mrs.
    Nancy Negrin and Mrs. R. S. Levy.
    Manischewitz
    FOR PASSOVER
    Everythin front
    soup to nosh1
    P'CKfuoetf utider strict Rabbinical supervision Certificate on,request ^
    Distributed in this area by
    Southern Food Dist. Inc. Hialeah
    1s00l TIIIMJS IX LIFE
    Bagels...and Good Coffee
    No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
    bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
    roffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
    less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
    tional favorite in Jewish homes.
    MAXWELL HOUSE
    1 N S1 A N T O B REGULAK
    Always... Good to the last drop!1
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    4
    WELL
    TIM
    COr'Vtt
    TWOPOUN^-"**
    K bnih Kosher. IMor isstrKtMa Si'
    SUM Until Uq.


    Pcge b L
    +Jewls9>ncr*Hn
    Founders Of Mount Sinai Welcome 28 New Members
    The Founders of Mount Sinai
    ]' spital welcomed 38 now mem-
    bt is at the club's annual dinner
    (ii.nco in Wostview Country Club.
    TJielr addition brings the number
    < I members in the exclusive or-
    gt ni/ation to 202.'
    Mrs. Leonard AbeSS, Mrs IM-
    \ id Shapiro and Mrs. Joseph
    S in served as chairmen of the
    [ la event, which featured dinner.
    ncing and the pres ntation ol
    ; aques to 17 Founders whoa do-
    1 nations had been announced prior
    i to the affair. Nine other persons
    announced their gifts after the
    I estimations were made, and two
    I FoundersSydney Cans and Louis
    I Hand -surprised their wives by
    I bestowing membership upon them.
    Rach member has included K'f's
    vf $50,000 or more among his
    contributions to the hospital.
    When he assumed the position
    last May, Founders Chairman
    B)."..;.imin G. Kline, noting that
    the membership roster stood at
    174. set a goal of 200 members
    for the organization and pledged
    i.i bring the total past that mark
    during his administration His goal
    was realized on this occasion.
    In addition to Mrs. Gans and
    Mrs. Hand. Founders receiving
    ! laques included Dr. Louis Block.
    Harold Brown, Julius Darsky, Ber-
    nard Peterson, Mrs. Max
    Bing Kossof, Maurice Ko> i San-
    ford Kramer, Dr. Alexander K
    tier. Jay Levine. Sydney Levison,
    Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Ralph H.
    Sinn'. Morton Stein, Lawrence A.
    Wien. Louis Wolfson. II. and
    Lewis K. Zorn.
    Donors making their Rifts public
    ,., the affair Included Mrs. Isadora
    Hecht, Milton Kelner. Stephen
    Muss, Bernard Nemerotfand Mrs.
    Semerofl Mrs Ben Ncvack, Miss
    I lizabeth Ros nstl '. Joseph Rose
    . Ruth Yablick.
    ^r9l d
    New Founders cf Mcunt Sinai Hospital dis-
    play the plaques presented to them at the
    dinner dance held by the group in West-
    view Counir Club in recognition of their
    gilts of S50.0C0 cr more to the hospital's
    Medical Center campaign.
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    Bing Kossofi. Maurice Koven, Sanford Kramer,
    Jay Levine. Dr. Alexander Kushner.
    Benjamin G. Kline, chairman of the Founders of Mount Sinai
    Hospital, congratulates committee members Mrs. Edward
    Shapiro, (left) Mrs. Leonard Abess and Mrs. Joseph Stein
    at the annual dinner dance held by the group at Westview
    Country Club.
    6 units all 2 Bedroom unfurnished
    opts in heart of North Miami Beach
    Mint conditionall rented No
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    monthcan be increased asking
    S85,00t.
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    2 bedroom apartments. Plus Duplex
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    79th St. $30,000.
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    V^^cenSarmohn Becomes Bride Of
    IglHott Goldberg In Candlelight Rites
    . Gall Sarasohn. daiiRht-
    lHf'.' uA M.*. Maurice Abel-
    Miami
    Ellioti
    P. G
    ,.-imP the briii.' "I
    lldberg. at 6:00 p.m.
    nil around with white lace and was
    ittactv'd to a matching lace Camp-
    lot headpiece. Shr carried a cas-
    cade of white sweetheart n ki and
    i ) rubidiums.
    tialen Becker was maid "i honor
    and Mrs. Louis Btck. was matron
    of honor; thebi iriesmakis in-
    rludrd Mrs. David Kunatler, Mrs.
    Clay ''' nsb In. Ho ee Mayers,
    Mis. Robert Spielm in, Shell) Go d-
    man. and Mi Pi ti i Bi i monl
    Harris Levethal was best man;
    Samuel Rests, Richard Katz, Jay
    Hershoff, Harvej Langberg, Rich-
    ard Kroop, Arthur Wfrtzner and
    Saul s.i, hi rved si shei-
    After a honeymoon in Jamaica
    i n hi w lyweds w i their
    home m Miami.
    Bonnie Burnstein Weds Louis Gouz
    MRS. LOUIS GOUZ
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    ,i the candelighl
    ,: Kings Bay Coun-
    ited from the
    ,. at Austin with
    Ition. She is |>l t-
    Dade County
    !!! husband, the
    . Harold Gold-
    Pennsylvania.
    .'.mi ua College
    si in r al Ihe
    i Si hool "f
    . iigh in cklim
    ni candli light
    ri embroidi
    : ngth \< ii
    ..!. appliqued
    WC'AAN FOR
    SECRET."-51 AL WORK IN
    SOUTHWEST SYNAGOGUE
    Experience Necessary
    Call 271-2311
    DavM and Hannah Ewena >i
    : : ii ki Ii Tew :. ii- hosted
    , ocktaJJ party at the i- ver-
    fjlades 11'iti I i a some 50 frii nds
    in iiu' musk and mi (lu-al pro-
    fessions Sunday. David, the au-
    thor ot 70 books on music which
    have Lxin translated into 17
    lantuaRi's. is currently rewriting
    his biography of Gi orge Gi'rsh-
    win, adding a great dial of new
    information to it. The book, to
    In' published early m \t year by
    Prentice-Hall, will : entitled
    "Gecrge Gershwin: His Journey
    to Greatness "
    Guests al the part}. Ii eluded
    Mr. and Mrs. Alain Lombard,
    Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McCarthy,
    Mr. and Mrs. I.mil (umlil. Dean
    and Mrs. William Lee and Mr.
    : Mrs. ||. \. K..-S.
    Dr. Mark ( Iriin, Hindi
    Hos

    ,i ii from a I it w ith
    lia.

    A collection ol
    b) Batelle Hoberman, wil ol
    Surfside Councilman Louis M"-
    iitman. is present!) in di
    iii Abbe's Restaurant in Surf-
    side, M '~i ol I ivoi ks by Ihe
    art ist, w ii w ork has b p. i x-
    : .:. severs >m -' iman"
    show- in this area is well as in
    show ings, di picl
    ; ainti 'i last mnn r in Europe.
    Rabbi S >1 landau officiated at
    thf 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7.
    ceremonies miking Bmnie Burn-
    stein. daughter of Mrs Thelma
    Burnsti in, 2150 SW 26th St.. and
    Horace Burnstein of Boston, the
    PI i I of Louis GoUZ, whose parents
    I Mr. nnd Mi' Phillip GoUZ, 540
    SVH 2iSh Rd The nuptials wen'
    followe I bj a reci ption and dinner

    new Mrs (' mz an I
    tudents at the
    l'i .'. j Florida hi re he
    . |\ii law; i meml er of the
    Gator Band I AEPhi I nity,
    he i li iti Mi in i Si
    High School wh
    h in a it i
    II 5 Si ioi High
    '; h '. m h lected i
    sitii irricd luquel
    led i>> m itron
    twnoi G : Bernsteii
    : i ine Wil l tein, Anni
    Preedman, Heidi Gouz. Marsh
    Teppcr. Carol Chesser and Iren?
    Gurri. The groom chose Larry
    Wil l-t. in l a his best man. Ushers
    Included Howard Gouz, William
    Booth, Barry Burnstein, Jan Led-
    erman and .Michael Chasser.
    The couple will be making i
    m in lainesv il!*' aft! r a Ni w
    i irle ins h ineymoon.
    Ben Levins To Receive
    Torch <>f Hope 4ward
    T i Hop Award I I
    . to Mr. and Mis I
    l.i vln Vve., Mi
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    March 28
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    Jtemsf? flerkUar
    Friday, March 2
    LxJheit s C_-oeKm<
    By RUTH SIRKIS
    Purim i* just anmnd the corner, and w n expecting to
    enjoy it. because Purim is a Jolly holiday, when we celebrate
    o it vlng dim enemies all the "Hatnans" thai wish to us evil.
    'lhc original Hainan was an advisor to the king <>f ancienl
    Persia. When he advised the king to annihilate all the Jews in
    the cingdom, the Jews were saved by the beautiful young queen,
    who .c- Jewish, and Hainan was hanged.
    To celebrate, we eat "Haman Tashen" (meaning "Hunan's
    ets'"i on Purim. They are called "Osnoi-Haman" in Hebrew,
    which translates "Hainan's ears." We express our confidence in
    the eternity of the Jewish nation by Celebrating the holiday.
    HAMAN IWSIIKN FOR PI'ltlM
    Tin- Dough:
    '_ cup \x arm water
    '. cup warm milk
    .' pkgs. active dry y<
    i, teaspo
    l or 5 cups Flour
    l ;i cup sofi butter
    l to ispnon \ anilla
    _'
    The i 11linii
    1 cup milk
    _' cups poppy seeds
    2 tablespoons butter
    Grated lemon rind
    l teasp ion cinnamon
    :< t b sp >ns rais
    3 I h mey
    '_ cup 511
    In a large Kit bowl, dissolve ycasl in water, add milk.
    it half the flour. Mix until smooth
    ami add vanilla: add more flout until the lough can be handled
    isily, kin I ab eighl minutes, until th "i and
    i -' I i .' ith 'v di ops ol oil place dough
    a 1, turning ease the top Let stand 14 hums, until
    doubled in bulk. Punch down knead lightl) and allow to rise
    nutes more. Roll ou1 on fl ured su rac to '. inch thickness
    Cut out rounds 4 inches in diameter. Put filling in center and
    pinch edges togethet to form a triangle. Brush tops with milk or
    beaten egg yolk and bake on a greased cookie sheet In a moderate
    oven (350 F.i at>om 25 minutes. Yield: about .". do/en.
    Make the filling while the dough rises so it will have time
    to cool. Bring milk and sugar to a lx.il and add poppy seeds and
    butt >r. Reduce heat to very low and cook until the seeds com-
    pletely absorb the milk. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
    Set aside to cool.
    Are you loojeing foi a "new" starchy food to go with your
    salad, moat and vegetable for dinner? Here Ls an old favorite to
    take the place of the usual rice, potatoes or noodles. Try Kasha
    it is at least as old as yOUZ grandmother and yet is as modern
    as a health food.
    This simple and quick recipe may be served hot as a side
    dish, or used 01 a filling to make "Kasha Knish- t" by filling
    n lolls (crescent dinner rolls are best] with cooked
    kash >n baking.
    KASHA (Bl'CKWHEAT OSOATS)
    1 cop kasha 3 cups hot water
    3 tablespoons oil 14 teaspoon salt
    l tablespoon onion flakes 4 teaspoon pepper
    Heat oil In medium saucepan, add kasha and frj for several
    minutes, stin ing continuously. Add h a iter all a once, followed
    by onions, salt and pepper. Bring to a quick boil uncovered, and
    reduce heal to very low name (you may even turn an electric
    Cover tighthj after the active boiling has stopped, and
    let it stea I r 30 minutes Makes enough to serve six persons
    Volunteers To Be Honored Sunday By The Red Cross
    More than 400 persons are ex-1
    ptcted to attend a 2-5 p.m. pro-;
    gram at Temple Israel. 137 NK
    19th St.. Sunday at which men and
    women who haw given from 25 to
    .vi years of service to the Ameri-
    can Red Cross will be honored
    Volunteer rucogntiitin Pay is a
    highlight of National Red Cross
    Month. The names of some 300
    volunteers who have earned pins
    or e 11ifi, at. s are listed on the
    pi inted oroeram.
    Special guest for the event is
    Mrs. Henry D. Foote. Jr.. promi-
    nent business woman and ch lc
    leader from Alexandria, La., who
    is a member of the American Na-
    tional Red Cross board of gov-
    i : nnr
    Also on the program will be
    Robert I.. Searle, St.. chairman ot
    the Dade County Chapter; Mis
    Lorin Nelson, chairman of Volun-
    teers, and Mrs. Henry L, Halaban.
    Volunteers from the nursing.
    safety, youth and service to mili-
    tary families programs will be rec-
    Wometco Exclusive Set
    "Airport" has been set foi an
    exclusive engagement in the Carib
    Th atre b. gini ing on Ft I laj \;
    the Byron, Riviera, 170th Florida
    ai d Golden Glades, "M AS.H is
    the current showing. The Dun-
    v. ieh Honor" begins Fridaj at I hi
    .'.ili Avenue, Olympia, Shores,
    (,ables Twin I and Suniland "In
    Search of th< Castaways" "Z
    "Anne oi the Thousand I ays
    "Bob A Carol. Ted & Alice" "Th. >
    SI oot Hor* s I k>n't Tht >' an I
    "Without a Stitch" at c b< h
    o\< r.
    ognlzed, and special awards will I volunteers serving in the j
    U> made to Molly Turner, public | Cities area as pan 0f the R
    r. latiotis volunteer, and several Cross "Reaehing Out" progran,'
    Israel Programs
    FOR ORTHODOX
    YOUTH
    Bet Midrash Letorah College
    for Torah and Jewish Studies
    in Jerusalem.
    Machon Gold Teachers In-
    stitute in Jerusalem (for girls).
    Special half year programs
    for American High School
    Seniors in Israel (Tochnit Yud
    Beit).
    Special half year programs
    for American Junior High
    School Seniors (9th grade stu-
    dents1 in Israel (Tochnit Tet).
    A year of studies in an Is-
    raeli Yeshiva for High School
    Graduates and College Stu-
    dents.
    Gesher Summer Seminars
    for High School Youth
    ADULTS
    Also Israel Summer Seminars
    for Rabbis and Educators
    for further Information
    Pltate Contact:
    TORAH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
    JEWISH AGENCY
    515 Pork Avenue,
    New York City, 10022
    Tel: (212) PI 2-0600
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    Camp Session Starts
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    Same Management for 30 Years
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    Friday
    March 20. 1970
    *Jf w Isti fkridttur
    '. ge 2-C
    Miami Happenings
    SEYMOUR KIM.MK
    Elks Lodge Elects
    Seymour Kimmel
    Scvmoui Lan Kimmel. Lead-
    .,'. K. j._!,i ,>| Miami Beach Lodge
    -ii0] ,. od and Protective
    i iks, has be n unanl-
    .,, ihc top office >!
    ;;, i, h fraternal lodge.
    An lt) j who is active In a
    Ivic and fraternal
    Mi Kimmel is-
    .: x tiled Ruk i
    I
    wen T A Co
    Knight; D
    : Loyal Ki
    d Lecturing
    Sh i| iro, aecn -
    : usurer; Mm
    ir trustee, and
    Till i
    Mr Kimmel, th< par-
    ti, live al 57 10
    Three Miami an >ciati of, the
    Home Life laaurance < <>., New
    I V >rk. were honored in a cere-
    . w VV. Flagli i si recentl) for their
    outstanding achievements dur-
    ing 1969. Managi r Fred stum-.
    CLU, prcscntid Mrs. Maxim- K.
    -iiai.r. William F. Blake. CLU,
    and Norman \. HsmhriXi CLU.
    with engraved certificates nam-
    ing them members ol t ii Senior
    I state Builders Club, a company
    honorary group.
    Kmaiiiii'l "Maium" Mint/, has
    been named Customer Relations
    Officer b> the Washington Fed-
    eral Saving* and Loan Asaoeia-
    tion. according to an announce-
    m< ni made by -lark Gordon, its
    pl'l Sllil'llt
    The appointment ol Robert
    Bteaber as head '>t the Trust
    Planning Division qI the Trust
    Department of (oral Gables
    first National Bank lias been
    announced by ih>' bank's presi-
    dent, l. Lueketl Vawn. Steuber
    will also initiate a program for
    further development "i Trust
    ] lanninc at th< t nlted National
    Tank <>t Dadeland,
    l>, r of t < iut> il

    Irani. Kmatherw, Jr., h ur-
    i llit.'il I'..ill. -Il.l'is i.l
    i lnrii' i. I i-
    n i I side ol
    ty. Its t to put -
    : (standing
    i:i, Security Exchange
    Bank "' Weal Palm Beach is
    i,va i
    : itil's
    William I". Byrd,
    . Miami Ball" committee members Mis. Li I
    ustig, Mrs. Sandy Bochnci and Mrs. Leo Shapiro
    town mapping plans tor the annual gala sponsored by
    the YM YWHA of Greater Miami, which will take place this
    year on April 4. Clifford L. Suchman is serving as chairman.
    srael's President Zalman Shazar receives the first set of
    ,lve Pidyon HaBen Coins, issued for the first time since re-
    newed statehood by the Bank of Israel and used as legal
    lender for the redemption of the first-born son. from Yitzhak
    *Vr>i. director-general of the Israel Government Coins and
    "edals Corp. The coins, which will be issued each year.
    0X6 exPcted to become collectors' items.
    with the Peoples Group of Na-
    tional Banks since 1963, ins been
    elected vice president and trust
    officei ol the Peoples First Na-
    tional Hank <>i Miami Slmri's, ac-
    cording lo a recent announce-
    nii nt made bj Agnes Barber-
    Blake, president. Mr. Byrd, 'v
    is niii ni tiir youngi st trust
    in-' i s in Kim ill,i banking
    Joseph i.. Maacuch who lias
    s|m iii tiir past 15 years in the
    advertising, sales and marketing
    field, has be< n nami d corporate
    diii ctor ol mark) ting for Food
    Fair Store*, Inc. a position in
    \- hieh he hIII din et al a corpo-
    rate level, the advertising, sales
    promotion and marketing activi-
    ty s ni the retail f<>t chain, re-
    | to Harold Fried-
    land, vici president, director of
    buying and merchandising.
    The Dcauville Hotel's banquet
    Igl i Horatio Sai/. has been
    appointed a member of Miami
    Beach Mayor Ja> Dermer's
    Sitfety Committee, which deals
    w ith all phasi s oi the health and
    safi t\ of Miami Beach citizi ns
    A nal Ivi ol B lenos Ail i s, Mr
    .- aiz has been is I with
    Dentn ilh sini i i
    I
    eel
    Beach Social Servie Vd'
    (' mm '
    kvorka Is, it
    is l en di cidi d bj c immitti e
    iii man Lou Gold, and mem-
    oes* IMiilip hi.....ir, Ur. Albert
    ( uo;m rsniil li. Max GreenM lid,
    Bilh Kern and Max i. Affa-
    i liiin-r. ( li.iiu Rose V ill bi
    i vi if the work-
    shop
    Dr. llenrj liiug Stanford,
    lx-rs of '.''. I iard ol Trus-
    Ol .iii i Is 1)1
    William I Lee
    School ol M isie Dr. Andre G,
    i; .s-.. ho ill be curator i I
    and 111'-
    - il!\ | i Joseph Han
    I'r man ich ind De-
    lioit. ilica-
    S.ill.
    i
    I at th U-M's
    .; si 1
    ,i
    i. it in-
    s i proe;'ssii itory,

    I'lsmis, an
    ikh wil lio
    it
    Herman II. II I '"
    i
    nal I 'hil Ii n's < 'at
    :
    rvice awards i" Mrs. Mnr-
    Burel I oner, presi
    , ipti Mrs. I), n.i
    Goldman, ehaii
    Mrs. I < Klein, di-
    | ,i ciuh il
    ; i Awards rea I irtj spon-
    sor) il by the hosj ital Mrs. Ida
    (.onion, ehaii ':; Hos
    i ii i Si i \ l< V il inti '-I s, w as in
    ni the |rogi am.
    The North Mi mi Beach <
    Ion mi Agin: w ill snonsor a
    .in the cil s auditori
    mi i nk I9th v i Saturdaj
    ning al 8 p n its cl
    man. < harl.-s TeltoUwum, lias
    announced The dance is free to
    n sidi nis ,,i thi are u d music
    v ill in furnish d bj a lit
    *
    Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Der-
    iiit presided al ccremonii -
    stalling the i ffieers and board
    of directors ol the Hebrew Fn c
    Loan Socii tj held recently.
    Os.ar S. I)i mini; lias Im.ii
    , lected pi. si.l.nt ni the Miami
    Heart Institute tor the fourth
    consecutive year. In addition to
    sen Ing as the Institute's pr< si-
    ,ii nt. Mr Demlng operates the
    First National Bank in (."yntlii-
    ana. Ky.
    Southern Bell Telephone Company's vice president. L. B.
    Sheffey, presents the company's Theodore N. Vail Bronze
    Medal award to installer-repairman Joseph J. Sciarrone for
    his action in saving the life of a nine-year-old girl who had
    been involved in an auto accident last August. The recip-
    ient's wife. Barbara, and his mother look on with approval.
    Southern Bell Gives
    Employee \ ail Medal
    Joseph J Sciarrone, an installer
    ii man for S uthei a Bell, has
    pn s. ntcd the Tin odore N.
    Vail Bron Medal Award
    i nim
    ISt A follow III.;
    Ill 1 lade.
    Law. Southeii
    '. !'i. sidi nt

    sented
    . : th< Bi S '
    fornit'd in
    : I
    1 S
    iap|
    ,i eat M
    it Ca
    i ,. -.'.
    ,\ve., in '
    The i'hi
    ii ink until ii passed ovi r I
    ilrainage hole where she was found
    I. scuers,
    Mr Sciarroi ol the first
    ,:..., on the ked i;.s
    phon ': ick and, ait. i dcti -
    nini : '
    . foi ilrs Spi nw i reiuli II
    the n Id, who w is Idei Ii
    ii requc! I Shi ffs Dep
    11 iloyd. aci : i
    list Hispitul.
    : ride i" the i
    Sciarrone s s hi a.'
    lo stop twiti Ap|il<
    Hi-art Massai I
    in in her round b
    i old has sim
    i I
    -
    Mr. Si .' ii tin start I with
    . I .".I i
    Il nt.
    firm's
    l.v.
    : ._^*; fii.Ki r*"'.'. '";
    Plann for the Beth Sholom Pur.m Festivities were being dis-
    cussed with Assistant Rabbi Jerrold Levy by this group ot
    V.I.P.3 (Veiy impoilant Parents) at a recent breakfast meet-
    ing. Seated (from lefti are Mrs. Peter Weissmann, Rcbbi
    Levy. Mrs. Leonard Platt. Mis. Kenneth Hershey and Mrs.
    Edwaid Cchn. Mis. Rita Slander, Mrs. Paul Ruthfield. Mrs.
    Leon Unqer, Mrs. George Cohen and Mrs. Robert Rosen are
    standing.
    Mrs. Philip Postelnek and Mrs. David Kaskel. planning com-
    mittee members, Hank Mrs. Meyer Kotler. president of the
    Sisterhood ol Temple Beth Sholom at a meeting of the com-
    mittee planning the Annual Spring Luncheon oi the Sister-
    hood, which will take place in the Doral Beach Hotel April 8.


    Page 10-C
    +Jeist flcridinri
    Friday, Mc
    Obituaries
    KANDER. All. in, SI, ":..-. Collins
    A\. m B Riverside.
    KAPLAN. Be-any, 74. US Collins
    \\. .\l it Riverside.
    KES3LER. Mrt< -J.is.ph. M. '<"*
    l......m- Ave M B. Riverside
    newman. Becky, U, 151 N B SI
    Si Rlvt n !'
    ROSENFELD. Churl, s H Ill S B
    ii N M B Rlvei side
    rott. Revs, 5s, IM7! (-..iiii:.- Ave.,
    M it. Newman
    RUBIN. < IkiiI.s. 75, '."'I Kitchth St ,
    M B
    SIMON. Tessle, 79, ;7:! Collins Ave
    M B Riverside Int.rmeiit aft
    Nebo.
    IlAnoff. Samuel, It, Itll Bay
    Dr., M B Riverside Interment Mt
    \, bo
    eegelman. Ray, 75, 1100 ......n
    i .. sin Blasbers;.
    CHAUS. Sarah, 78, IT1"1 Collins Ave.,
    M ii. BlasberK.
    dekovich. Esther, SO, MS Ocean
    I>r U. IV New man
    DOWNING. EUisabeth A.. 90, 18C5
    78th St. Causeway, North Kay VII-
    i'K>- Blasbers;.
    CAKFIELO. Rebecca, 77, 55*0 Col-
    lins Ave. M H. Newman
    Goldstein. Edward, 71. 1008 Jef-
    ferson Ave m H. Riverside
    kanis. Samuel, 82, i*7"7 N E Mth
    \ve. x,.M .ii. Blasbers;.
    KLEIN. Meyer l.. 7'... S15 N.W.
    Second SL BlasberK.
    kobrin. Samuel, 58, IIS 8 Shore
    Dr., M B. Newman
    Rabins. Robert A.. 71. 8701 Col-
    lins Ave.. Mil. Hla.--l.erK.
    Simon. Tessle. 7", :'7J" Collins Ave..
    M it Riverside.
    BLOOM, Ksther. 77.. K'l Collins Ave..
    M 11 Hiverslde.
    DELGAOO, John A 88, 85S1 N W
    13th St Riverside.
    FISCHER. Isidore, 87, 545 74ili St.,
    M.F1. Riverside. interment Mt. Nebo.
    FLIEGELMAN, Lama, S, "'*'< B.
    Treasure Dr. Riverside.
    FRIEDMAN. Ki.a. S3. 8710 Collins
    Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
    GIBBER. Charles, 7.'.. 17"! .lames Ave ,
    M H IllasherR.
    LEONE. Alice 8., 78, 7761 Tatum
    Waterway l>r.. M II. Illas>er(t.
    levine. Murry. >i4. 8801 8. Ocean
    l>r Hallandale. Riverside
    NEGRIN. Joseph I 41'. 114" N E
    l!7th st Riverside
    postyn, Jack, S3, 18800 N i: 14 st.
    Riverside
    ROSS. Philip, 7::. J"31 X K 178 St
    Riverside Interment star of David.
    ROTT. Reva. 58. 1 L' 7 *. Collins Ave.,
    M Ii. Newman,
    SCHuman. Benjamin, 87, T.'.l". K.
    Treasun Dr., X Hay Village. Bias-
    berg
    SOCHatoff. Benjamin, 7".. iy: \ B
    160 81
    STIllman. I.la. 88, :i"" Meridian
    Avt M li Riverside
    WALD. Solomon, 83, 1729 Euclid Ave.,
    M I'.. Blasb. rg
    WEINTRALB. It..-.-. 80, 151 N.E,
    S2nd St Oordon
    wolf, Abraham, 79, ::"i" Marcos Dr
    Rlvei
    ERIN. Samuel l Jr., Kl, i" Alaman-
    ; ii Hallandal. Interim Betl
    I
    . >.
    l"..... Baj Rd
    141 N.W.
    :j:'1
    tfufiml^fapet
    Member:
    National r'uneral
    Directors Assn.
    Florida Punel al
    Directors Assn.
    J.F.D A.
    865-2353
    720 S....-.I, Hm sum
    DEAKTER. Rose,
    Ml! Blasbers
    GREENBERG. Jack, M,
    103rd St. Blasberc.
    GREENFIELD. "Benjamin, ">.
    Collins Ave M 11 Newman
    KATZ. Joseph. 7".. 15616 N.E. Sixth
    Ave Riverside
    mongin Harry, 75, 16806 N B, i-th
    Ave
    ROSE. Jesse a 88, 5161 Collins Avt
    M B Oordon
    SCHuman. Benjamin, '7. .545 E
    Treasure Dr.. North Hay \ illagv.
    Blasben
    STRAUSS. Nathan. 88, 8641 Di. kens
    Ave Surfaide Riverside. Interment
    Mt Nebo
    wagner. Hattle, 77. ::.'"" S w !6th
    st. Riverside
    i wai.pert. 8am 68, 18 Point Bast
    SEtciG, Irving, 7:i. 854 B. Broadway,
    I>.ii(t Beach, XV Oordon.
    COTLER. Rose. 4:1. 19511 N.E ImIi V\
    GOLDSTEIN, lt.se. >':. 801 Meridian
    Av.. M H Riverside. Interment Mt.
    Nebo.
    GOTTLIEB. Eva K 88, 50 8 Shot.
    Dr M B Riverside
    HARRIS, David, 76, 1T"1 N.E. 17"th
    81 Riverside
    JACKSON. Marvin, >IH. 1308 I'r.v.l
    Ave. M.B. Riverside.
    KLEIN. Bather, 4. i."> James Ave.,
    M H Newman.
    MEYER. Kmanuel M.. 7.".. 7'."1 E.
    Treasure Dr.. Hay Harbor. River-
    Bide
    GOLDBERG. Jacob, 87, 131 i:th St .
    M.B. Riverside.
    greenberg. Hyman. .'.4. 17.17 Pen-
    nsylvania Ave. M.B. Riverside. In-
    terment Mt. Nebo.
    LEVINE. LOUIS, 73, 814 Second St.
    M.B. Riverside.
    RIFKIN, Helen. 86, I8766 N.E. ISth
    AVS Interment Mt Sinai
    BLINDER. William. 77. II..... Hay Rd..
    M.B. Blasbent.
    BLOCK, Sidney. 77. 2451 Bri.kell Ave.
    Riverside.
    FINK. David. 7:'. 1S4 West Ave..
    M.B. Riverside.
    FISHER. Many. 1666 S\V J"th St
    Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo
    HAMMOND. Joseph, 84. 6848 Bay ltd .
    \1 It Riverside.
    KOVNAT, Annette, K". 11137 Victoria
    Dr. Riverside.
    liss. George, 77. is:." N K. 168th
    St Riverside
    MINKUS. Rex. Y 555 NK lTt'th Dr
    PALY. Solomon. 7... 106 Lincoln Rd .
    M It Riverside.
    RUBIN. Jack. 69, 10" Lincoln ltd.
    MB Riverside.
    STRASSER. Edward, I'l 1865 Mar-
    seille it m it Rlversldi
    tepper. Joseph, 7", '.-.l Meridian
    Ave M 11 Ri\ I i-i,I.
    ZAICHICK. 88, 527 Umox Avt M B.
    Gordon Interment Mt Nebo
    BRBGMAN, Bara. 76. 2121 N
    shore It Riverside
    BURNIM, William R. 72, 1441 B
    si N MB Riverside
    FENYVES. Eugene, 77. 775S N
    Avi M.B Rlvei 'I.-
    KANE. \l. '.. : 121 S Baj Khore I n
    Rlv. rslde Int. ment Ml Ni ho
    KELLER, hi ii- Mil liisni
    Avt M B Ri> ersidi Int. i m. I MI
    N.I.
    KELLY. Petl P 74. ........ Collins
    Avi M n Riverside.
    LEVITAN. Ralph. 8, 410 S.W. ISth
    A\ Rlvt
    levitt. i ..in-. ..4. 1500 Bay Rd., M r-
    I: .. .--ni.-
    MEYEROWITZ Esther, 75 :>.....tol-
    ling Av.- M r Riv< rslde.
    MORRIS. Maurice A., 56, 5 Island
    \s. 51 It l;i\ersll I.-
    SHAPIRO. George. 89, 10350 W Bas
    Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Island
    I: \
    Two 4-Wcek Camp
    Sessions PlaniM By Oholei Forah
    l", >s and girls between the aj -
    (;, 5 and 13 will be eligible to at-
    tend Oholei Torah r ay Scbfl0'"8
    day camp, which has scheduled
    tun 4-week periods this summer
    at the 1544 Washington Ave. fa-
    cility nli hours from 9 a.m. to
    i p.m.. ii has been announci d
    The program, which ha< beeti
    designed with care to provide a
    meaningful summer experience,
    will include swimming and swim-
    ming instruction, athletics and
    games, dramatics, singing, danc-
    ing, arts and crafts, religious in-
    struction, wet kly trips and tours
    to places of interest, and indoor
    activities conducted In an air-
    conditioned building.
    Children with scholastic needs
    will bo provided with special in-
    struction by the teaching staff.
    and campers may bo registered
    'for either or both periods.
    The school will not only be con-
    cerned with keeping a ehilti busy
    i and happy, but also with providing
    I an environment for the develop-
    I ment of his personality ami mind,
    with a staff of mature individuals,
    most of whom are teachers the
    year around, the announcement
    said.
    Pictured at the Celebrity Day Luncheon of the Greater M.ami
    Jewish Federation's Women's Division, held recently at the
    Doial Hotel, are (from left) Mrs. Lawrence Heyman chair
    man, and Mrs. Bernard Abel, cochaiiman, of Benefactors;
    Mrs. Morton Silberman. chairman. Initial Gifts, and enter-
    tainer Phyllis Kirk, seated. Approximately Sjj 300 wai
    raised at the meeting, representing a 55o increcse over
    last year's giving.
    llny-
    ITl-t
    I in.
    THRIFTS^
    HEBREW ACS***
    M
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Ofttn fvery Dov Cloied Sabbofh
    140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1 -8583
    -Mion.i'i Only Strictly Jew.ih
    Monument Deoler
    Sculptor Jack Diamond, whose
    works are being exhibited in
    Temple Beth Sholom's Lowe-
    Levinson Art Gallery weekdays
    from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through
    April 2.
    pines
    ^ Stand Tall
    in Florida's H'
    *v
    Future
    At the opening ceremonies of the new Thrift Shop at u
    6th St.. Miami Beach, sponsored by the Hebrew
    Women are volunteers Mrs. Al Nadler, left. Ml;
    Ungar, Mrs. Evelyn Weinman, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and
    Al Nadler. The Thrift Shop is open daily, excec: Sal
    horn 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    4f00 Griffin Rood, HellywMd, Florida
    EMANUEL GORDON 1946
    HARRY GORDON-1964
    IKE GORDON
    JAMES B. GORDON
    y^jomon j~iinerai omc
    373-5533
    ii .a ii
    THURMOND I
    MONUMENT COMPANY *
    Be Sure To Visit Our Showroom and Display For A Free Estimate
    On a Monument or Marker of your choice.
    innniritt Will Mot Obligate fs lit 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.
    &A (
    11U'tnonat
    Kjardcni
    FOR SALE
    TWO PLOTS
    TOTALLING
    EIGHT GRAVES
    Desirable roadside location m
    Mt. Nebo Cemetery Write
    T. P Box 2973, Miami. Fl.
    33101.

    The only all-Jewish
    cemetry In Broward County.
    Peaceful surroundings, beau-
    tifully landscaped, perpetual -?'^ -V'- *j j
    care, reasonably priced. ', .^ V? ,V & *
    For Information Call: 923-8255 .V1r *' -4 '*
    24-HOUR SERVICE
    Complete kurifll ant lunerol
    arrangement! for Fets o afl
    types, including pickup >"<
    looutilul Cemetery Croundi
    Cremation Jerv.cei
    Madtrafe f rices
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    10*01 W85T FiC--l*


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    March 20. 197C
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    n? the Circuit Cowl of Dad* C
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    th. un.rn< d. deptrtng to miiage
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    OF FLORIDAIN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-3374
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HAKOl D IJSLAND TAYl-iilt
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 70-51 SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    In THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    lELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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    I D*DE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-4417
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    irrrs eilbbn beatty.
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    Furl i'iv. N 'r'
    \ g GBORfiK DAVID BKATTY.
    . her. i.v d Hi..1 :< I'nl of
    mplalnt for Divorci Iv.i^ baen filed
    . s. vu. and ...i ... ..un .1 lo
    , ., cop) ol \ ii. \.i-v. 1.1 Plead
    . In '!,. I'.ill of I'ompla.nl ..n the ;
    V"N /.AMKT &
    Bank lUiii.ii. k.
    1 f.i. Ihe orlr-
    or I' .'! i.c 111 tin offlc.
    ':.. Clerk ..( Ih. r.r. uli Courl 1 1 ..1
    I re thi 1Mb da) of April, I97n II
    u '.nl i" .!. -.. ladirment by di '.iuli
    II b i*lv. I. u mil v..11 r.r the r---
    ' demanded in Ihi lull of Com-
    hi pnnllahi .1 <>ii. >
    >,.. '. .. in v, I .
    THE JEWISH KU'ltmiAX
    >.VB AXH iRDKIil :i ..1 Miami.
    Mi> 1Mb da; il Mai ch, A I.
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    f-- "ME COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    N 51D FOR OADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDAIN PROBATE
    No 70-^r7
    11)111.' 1
    E TO CREDITORS
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    endar monti
    puhll. atli
    . .III h. barred
    i'l.
    ' i' '.? .
    Mxwkxch m.chins
    .-., ^- l.v U!l IX
    lion of thin notlc.
    inn da) 1 March, l
    's A KPSTEIN
    "r"v lor Kaiate
    "*>i H-d.h, i-lorida 3313f>
    ____ 3 'I1-M-S7 1
    N|NHAENCr,r^JV JUDGES COURT
    Fli?Dre?R DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    ,1 are r..nl... .. ... -.-v. ,. ...v ... |N THE COUNTY Jiinr.F<; roiIRT
    v"V";:;:rr,,r" i".1^:;": r T <*^^idaoeccoSn?vrt
    ;-nan..kh";; -.' ssiLT:.; flor,d^^^bate
    ..... Bu kUn Bulb JI7. Miami. Plor. 1 ,_ niJ. -vtateof'
    idu 33i"i :.nd f.i. ha -ii' Answer | ,|,,..VF v. i'-iT-/vr*rt
    .. pi, ..... ,., the .I-.- ..i ">- 'i-'k "i.,,.V..,i
    of the ......i' rourt on or before Ihe NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    , lat day of April. IMO If v..u tell to do ^ T A|| ,.r, (|,ir!i Hil)1 A ,.. p....., Rgv
    .-... JudaTnent by default will be .1 .1, claim* or Demandi ARamat Said
    acalnai ) .u for lh relief > in..ml. .1 K. ,a..
    , m Hi. It-ii .f OotntTdaint 'yi,,, iir, hereby notified ;"id ranulr-
    Ti.i- ....i..-. ihah publiebed
    earh week fbr fnttr mnaerntlve weeki
    in THE JBWIBH VI "ilMlilAV
    , DONE ANIi fiRDEI!r"T> at Mi ml,
    Plorida, thli S4 da) ( February, A I'
    NOTICB UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    X< "TH'E is HEREBY i:ivi:.\ that
    the unUi.raijjiU'd. dttairuuj to titffty
    in busin. -- under ihe fl.litiou- name
    nf I.KXi.x APARTMENTS H I4M61
    N B 20th Avenue and 16675 X E -'"'li
    Avenue, North Miami Beach, Ela. in -
    lend i" reglater aaid name v.iih ihe
    Clerk ol the I "it. uit 1 '..url of I lade
    1 'ountj. F i-.i 1 .
    1: i.i-ii .1 sTK.ru \\
    II AXK I'l I'l! Win
    K \ 1 11: l-l KRAXCI1
    SHIRLEY \\'i il.K
    Attorne) for lenox Apartments
    120 Lincoln Bond
    Miami Ik bi h, l-'i. Ida
    j .:.:. 1 1-20
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 70-746
    GEORGE T. CLARK
    In RE Estate ol
    WI I.I.I AM SCHWARTZ.
    Dill .,-.!
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Pi ri Hav-
    ing Claima or I" m.i...l> AKainal Said
    i: i..i.-:
    You ar< herch) notlBed :.."i reojiii
    ..1 ... pre nl an) claim* and demand:
    which v..ii m.iv have ngariun ihi ea-
    late M II.1.IAM s.UW AliTZ d. -
    ...-. .1 late ..f I lade Vnn ty, r*ki Ida
    10 'ii. I'ounty .ivi'li.. l'."i. County,
    ',;.nd f.i- thi ..I" in duplicate .""' an
    1 i..v id. .1 In s- ...I.... T .; ii.. I'.... Ida
    S ..i'- n Iheli nffU'i in the '"in.
    i\ Courthouse >:i li;.d.- Connty, l-'l.--
    - .1 .. alendar nionih.- from
    im of thi fin vui.ii. al lu hi n
    if. or u ami v. ill be bui n .1
    Do ted ;vi Miami, Ptoridit. ilu- !0th
    da) of Pebmary, A l>. IM
    l'AI I.IVK SCHWARTZ
    A .. EXI UI 11 \
    Plrat publication al tiii* notice on
    thi '-'li day of March, 1970,
    -I' \K".!'.H. ItttSKIN AND
    HK.ll.lii;i.VNi:i:
    PROFESSIONAL ASS"''I 1TION
    A i i.i iieyi for Kxe. utora
    ..... North Biacayne. Boulevard
    Miami. Florida
    I 6.13-20-27
    IfCAL NOTICi
    IN THE COUNTYJUDGES CCURT
    IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 70-5 (Clark)
    In RE: Estate pf
    T1ILNKY vmiKS'.
    De. ...>. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credltorn and All Pern
    Having Claim* or Demands Aga
    Said Ealatel
    You an- Iv. -> 1101.lied ..nil requn -
    d <" iki-i-i ut ai|y otainui and demand
    w l.i.li v.u i'j;i\ have agglnai ill
    ..-lai. of TIBXEY I'f'llKN deceaae.'
    Ittle ol I'.iii. County, Florida, lo >h
    Count) jm'1*. "i I'oi. County, gi
    1 1. thi Banv in dupllcati and
    :.r..vid.rt in S. ,11011 7(3.16, Klori.i
    Statute*, in their oiffc e* in Ihe Cmui
    iv CouniiMUM in Dade County, Kk*
    da, w i'l in -i\ ral.....1'ir monthi Iroi
    the time ol ihi Orel publleatin
    hereof, or v|i. name will be barred.
    11..1..1 :.i Miami, Elorlda, thla lv'
    da) ol K.l.iu.nv. \ D K'T"
    MARTHA M. PORaIAN
    a- Bxecutrix
    I'i.-. publication "t tin- ii-.ii.
    ;ii 'i... ... Pebruary, 1970
    IIAKiH.Ii Sil.M IR'i
    v ttorni > for Ex. .-un i\
    _t Mm oln 1:.....I, Miami it. ach
    ''"'' ""''' ,
    2 27
    197*
    FT n I.BATHERMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit ''-un. Dado County, Klorida
    By: N A HBWETT
    Ii. mtiv <"l. rk
    1CI1 im Court Seal)
    /J7 :i ..Kl :'

    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL *C1 ION
    No. 70-3:**4
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I 1:1. BR< '*A N BO EI.I-.
    Plainl 'ff.
    M \UT1I X .II" V VKI.I.l: Kl'UKl.l..
    .....ndnnl
    to m m:'-h v .h:\ni-i.i K row El 1
    IN.ill. 1. II- v
    Kuf> in-1." Ml
    V..u. MARTHA JEANBI IM >:"\v
    i'i.1. ..r. 1..-1.V notified "i." "'"
    n iluint '..1- IB vi
    I > II. .' 'I
    .,.,,,., ...,v of ynui -"
    .. p|, ,lnut 10 !. Bill "V t "mil
    ., il.. Plahillfl v ,N
    v -.in : ''
    Elorlda 1132 and
    ...1 A.i-u.i or
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    in THE JEWISH EU IBIDI V.N
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    fir. uil Court. Dade I
    , p ,..''" \NH
    l.elll
    ,1.1 1 'ourl s
    \..N / Wll-T a SMI II
    1 :.i i .
    M lam I I'
    ...l to prevent any .-lain 1 .1 demaud*.
    win. h you may have againal 11.< -
    tale of IRENE WEIT2NER deceaaed
    lit. ol Dude County, Plorida, to Iht
    County Judgne ol Dude I'ouiuy, and
    I file the -ami- in dunli>-:iie and ar
    provddad i'i Bevtlon 7:i3 IK. florida
    Bl lutes. In 1I1. ir offices in the i"..un
    'v Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
    la, will \ ah ndar monthi from
    t Hi. time ..! ih, flral puhll. atjon here-
    of, or the -. me will be l-..rred.
    I... I al Mia I n.i 1, thin 24th
    da) K bl n.irv \ D !'''.'"
    KOUERT 1 WIDDER
    \ .... utor
    atlon .....'
    27th da .< I", bruii 170.
    HARol.D STRI'MPF
    \n. ie) r Km Utor
    .,.: K.,^.... > 11, 1 iuilding,
    Miami, Florida
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    C-ase No. 70-?S?8
    NOTICfc OF SUIT
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    ^OTICETOCREOITORS
    , 'T'ditors and All Pecaomi
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    'r Di ni.iiul-. \k.iiii.-i Bald
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'IT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH
    DADo COUNTY.
    No. 70-3064
    SUIT FOR DIVOHCE
    AI.I.FA' M KAUKL
    Plaintiff,
    VM.
    ANNHKI.l.kJ KAi;i:t-
    [l.fellll.lllt
    TO: ANNHKI.IK KAOE1
    214 Drake IU>ad
    t-herry Hill. New Jaraey
    You ANNBBLLE KAHKU, ""'
    hereby notl'led that B Hill "' '"
    pla-lnt for Divon-.. has been uieo
    .-ucalnat you. and >"" r.iiuir.d
    t.. name a i-opy tl yur Anawar or
    i: I! I EATHERM \N
    . 1 .....'
    1 ERITE MAT
    III put) 'I
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-3705
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    DAVID C.OETS5,
    Plaintiff,
    ROSE OOETZ,
    1 >. fendulil
    TO: KOSE Hi >ETZ
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    7 farti II ..'
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    Vou ROSE OOETZ,
    ....'.I .! al .. Ill f"l
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    .!., Rill ..1 I'oinplalnl on thi I'lulii-
    ,|fr ,. v V*)N V.\ MFT A SMITH,
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    pifirid :il"..' .1 I thi
    I \ .., I'i. idim
    il ch rk ( thi t'ln un 1 "ourl on or
    i for. Ihe th da) ( *.pril, '
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    |N THE rinci. 'T COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH Jo- CIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    No 70 3-107Doval
    AMENDED
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    I > AI M A V.
    1 .ufi.
    VNTHOXY HAS |T"
    HASH. IPPOI. '
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    1 ;
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    . required I >'>>'
    mplainl for dl>
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SOT1CE IS HEREBY OIY'EN Ihi
    .In- underalgned, dealring i" engi
    in btudneai under thi flctltloua najgie
    of DIXIE WEST APARTMENTS
    Suite 22!*, One IJnootn Road Bldg
    Miami Beach, Fla RS1S9 Intend I
    regiater > , the 1 "in ull '"-ui 1 ol Dade "oui
    Elorlda
    KENNETH S ReK INT and
    si RAN 1 P.. Kant, ownera
    KENXETH N ReK VNT
    An..ril. y for Vpnlli antu
    Kuite 1......fine Lincoln IM Bldg
    Miami Bi ... h, Fla. 33IM
    3 I 13-21-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SOTI.'K is HERHHY UIVEN that
    ihe unilemig i-d, .! Irlng lo .in.-..
    In i.u-i".s- under Ihi flotltlou nam
    ..f .1 A.- 8 ci IPIS CAPE CODDBI
    ...... \-..i.li. ,.-. 7^.1l Street M'..i'i
    Kl... nl.1. mi. ml -.. r. ui--. : I nam
    with the Clerk the Circuit i'..ui
    n| Dude County, Florida
    JOSEPH V CI'RCI
    \ H)L\ <-KI!CI
    CAIDIN ROTIIKNllnTRC., KOOAN,
    KORXRI I'M ,v ROTIIE 'RERG
    \ r..r... vu for
    .1 ^ s i'l;.' H '' \l'K IDDER
    so Iti ca) Bull nn
    PI, 1
    ' ii '
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XOTH'K i~ HEBBRY HIVEN that
    the iri.i. r- l -. alKhliig lo engag.
    .,- .. ih. flctll ..1 ime .'
    CREDIT IICRK M' AFFII IATED
    1 ii iv Miami
    .:.... aid mi .. -il. the >'ler
    1.1
    ..f ihe 1 "In ull
    1 ... .In
    DEI. 1 NY & DBI tNY
    I. ... 1 .. Ion
    UlTlll l: n DECKHl M \^
    - \ 1.1 11. ...it
    " li. K. II
    II
    I Dade County.

    I'. In u.il v
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    NO 70-3686
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ilKTEt !A
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    thereof upon HERMAX
    II EN EBQ attoi in l'1-*" "
    1,if 1310-11 Congn -- Bldg Miam
    Elo'rlda I3132 on or befon \prll
    1970 or 1- complalnl vviii b. 1......
    a* .....leaned
    DATED: Man h, 1, 19.0
    ' !: B I EATHERM ^
    Clerk of ii.. Cln uit Court
    Hv MAROVERITE KENT
    ........,-l. L
    11. put) CU r
    :i 6-13 20 !1
    .',".;; jv'r.i.v notified and reoulr-
    " n) lalma and di.mande
    fli'.'h
    i"y,"'v Lhve aaalnat th. .-
    .\A Kl HKVIT7,
    I..ease,I
    Florida, to the
    County, ami
    in duplicate and aa
    ,l%BtcB"n 7^:i m. Florida
    urth.l """ex I., the Coun-
    ,;; ln Itade County El..-
    * Ih m U. '''""'ar month.
    her..,,"" "' "" "rat publlca-
    A. '" '"e nun.. v\ill be
    ^0-n&**taA,D ^W**
    R"; "lit i
    1. 1
    ^plTAuffl
    OFF. Hisij
    ring ,,,||;.Ad'*""'Ntrator
    ..'"lr"*)f^r aT"K
    r-'uncoln lt,iA<,n'."""triur
    ,a "d Miami Ibach. Ma
    3/1J-20-27 4/J
    In the Hill of Complalnl
    Thin noli., shall 1" i.ul.li-l" > """
    each e.k f..r f..ur ..I.-., utlv. arei ki
    ,n THE JEWISH FlA'RIDIAN
    DONE AND OKDEIIKI' il Miami.
    Mom1.1. this 19th day of Fenruar)
    A 1) l70 .....
    E 11 I.KATHKHMAV l.-rk
    Circuit i'ourl. Dude County, Florida
    By: L BNBBDE.N
    Deputy Clerk
    ('ircuil I'.'iirt 81 al 1
    MICHAEL S CItiiSSM VN
    ISO Lincoln Hoa.1, Bulti
    Miami Beaoh, Fluriila 33139
    Attorney for Plaintiff ^ ^^
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-825 Dowlmg
    In RE Batati ol
    l.l.l.EN \ WAIJCII,
    also known .....
    ELLEN \ ri:s u AW H.
    ""'notice TO creditors
    To All Creditor! and AH Fempnti Ha\
    mgOalm. or Demanda Againal Bald
    Estate: NOTICE UNDER
    You are hereb) noUBod and r.^uir- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ad to preaent an) laim- amid.omai id* motI:K "s HEREBY tHVBN th
    the underalgni d, dealring to
    mi I.u rneaa under Ho BctilioU
    ,.f l.A ROSA RjBBTAI'RANT
    Palm Ave Hlali ah Intend
    ,r Raid iiain- with Ih. Clerk
    Cir.uit Curt of I ?nd. County.
    CARNOR BNTBRPRIBES,
    ., Florida 1 orporatloi
    LEON Mil' KAI.ISH
    Ati'.rii. > for Applicant
    I Ml|...|lt Rtog
    Miami. Fla
    It th.
    pre.
    uvhlch w.u ma nv* atjains
    EI.I.EN A KAIX'H .also
    M ELLEN OATIBB WAMII
    Ilk-age
    . nam.
    r, iri-i
    . th-
    lorida.
    M"
    i; R 1 EATHERM VX
    , 11 .. ihi .' 11 '"in '
    K.v vi r. BONSTEIN
    -J" '
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-811
    in itr* Batata ol
    1 HERMAN LEVY
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    r All Creditor* and All Pemona lluv-
    , iiik Clalma or Demanola Agnliuit Bald
    I lv-tate:
    Y.-u are Ii. r. by notified and r.-
    ..ml .1.
    I
    Plort la
    tills
    .f
    1 .III
    rah
    first publication In
    ail..... !...'i..'
    |..,...l ..I Mian...
    da, ... E. hruary, A I" .:."
    . V I.I 1 N II IK
    Bxecutrix of thi I
    BI.I-EN A ..l.i'll
    als.. know
    KI.I-HN OATE8 n'AU'H I 1 '
    lir-i publication ttil" ni
    tl.. .Til. da) "f '-" bruary,
    w M.I.A. 1: N MAER
    Attorn. > for Bxecutrix
    41.;, ilis.-.n n> lluil.li.i,;
    Miam,. E.., 33U0
    3 h-l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \..i'|. I-: IS HBRBBY IIIVEX that
    .1,, undersigned, dealring lo 1 gag. In
    '.ii.ii,.-s under tin- ii. iiii.-u- nanii ol
    THE M1UKI1 TOI-CH at '.is'il Col-
    in, u. nut Bal Harbour, Florida In-
    sai.l name with
    Clerk .1 the ClrcuU Court
    County. Florida.
    STKl'IIK.N It WINN
    are hereby notified
    quired 10 preaent any claims
    man.Is which you ma) have agalnat
    the .s.ai. ol HERMAN LEVY tit
    ,..:,... 1 ktte of Dade County. Fterlda
    t.. the Count) in.ii.-es ..f Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, '. the County Judge* of
    Dade County, and file the same In
    duolicate and as provided In Section
    7i:i la, Florida Statutea, In th.-ir of
    in ihi County Courthoue h
    Dade County, Florida, wlthla >l<
    alendar month* ir-.m the time ''
    the fii-i publication here..!', or Ih.-
    aaim v. .ii 1.. barred
    paled nl Miami. Florida this MHr.
    day ... Februar) \ 1* 1970.
    vi \ 1: I. vVIBN
    \ h l*\e.utri\
    Kir-t publication ol lhl notice on
    11 ...I. .i.v ..f Mar.h. 1971.
    mviks- 1. vri vv PORTER,
    1 Dad. 1 1 EVINSi iv a KBNIN
    . Mtorn. vs for Pi tlttoni r
    s \\ Flral sir.. 1.
    tin

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    HCRERMAN
    1 3/13-2U-J7 4 3
    Miami. Fla
    3 6-13-20-27
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    Paga 12-C
    fJe^i3iifk>rf(Har
    Friday. March
    "-.:
    Lodge To Install
    Tow As President
    David I. Tow. C.P.A.. will be
    installed as preskhnt of Sholem
    Lodge. B'nai B'rith. Sunday eve-
    DAVID I. TOW
    |
    . March 29, in ceremonies to
    take place at the Carillon Hotel. \
    Marvin Ptarlman will be the in-
    stalling officer.
    Mr. Tow, who has been a dcli-
    cated Ben B'rith for s-me eight
    years, will succeed Ronald Shapo
    in the post Now Florida Plat.
    sident "1' BBYO. Mr. Tow has
    i BBYl I chairman, and served
    as treasi n r of Sh >li m Lodge, the
    oldest B'nai B'rith lodge i:i the
    stai .
    A resident of Southwest Miami,
    the 27-year-old certified public ac-
    countant and his wiif. Saiiy. are
    the parents of Abbie. 4'j. and
    Mark, 39 months old.
    Dr. Haim Ginott Is
    Final Speaker In
    Emaiia-El's Series
    Dr. Haim Ginott. author of the
    best-sell, rs, Betwei :i Par nl and
    Chile;'' an I "Between Paunt and
    Off. HAIM GINOTT
    Teenajfi r." will speak a' 8 p.m.
    Tuesday, in the main sanctuary
    of Temple Kmanu-KI. His discus-
    sion of family problems, based on
    his writings, and entitled "Some
    Advice to Young and Old," is part
    ol the temple's forum Series, and
    will be followed by a question
    and answi r i'iiud.
    Dr. Ginott, who received his
    Ed.D. degree in Clinical Psychol-
    iluml.ia University, is
    adjunct professor of Psychology
    . tin N .. Yoik University Grad-
    uate Departmint of Psychology.
    and s. rv< as consultant to mental .
    health centers in New York. New
    Jersey and Connecticut. In addi-
    tion to his best-sellers, he has au-
    thored a professional book titled
    Group Psychotherapy With Chtl-
    '. n." ai.d has mad"' extensive
    is to Is:-'- l ;.v i, f.N. ( v
    on chi.ii psychotherapy and parent
    ance.
    Tickets for tlv I cture, which is
    the last i'i Kmanu-Kl's three-part
    Forum S rii s. will be available
    ai the door. Mrs. G< ne Brodie is
    ti< k' t chall man for the serii s.
    Scul J. Morgan is its chain
    and Mrs. Louis Magid is in charge
    of publicity.
    PREMIERE
    PRESENTATION
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