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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"eJewisli FloridSan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[olume -
jer 14
Micmi. Florida -- Friday. April 3. 1970
Three Sections Price 2" 2
Heavy Ground, Air Fighting Flares
TH \\'l\ i IT \ > Hcav> ground and air HtMiting Hand last
mIcMI "'" """ ,,0,:,n "''Sh,s '" ""' WUMlMiU Dead Sea area.
I,..- mx.' inorr ol i's MIO-tl interceotors to Israeli jets over
Imil rone, anil the Israel Air Pores continued t<> |M>nnil
Hilary positions in an effort to prevent tin- installation
nl aircraft missile launchers in a wide Iwit behind the
/on.-, Israeli jots also went into ai'tion against Arab
its md supporting Jordanian farce* south of the Dead Sen
i.i,i,s on the potaah plant at Mom.
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tali v* it ii Sj i Ian
ii ii the cen-
ts Another Is-
- wounded and
:, n one dead sol-
nd bloodstain* Indi-
i i asualties hail
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[gra, :.;./. the Damascus
hfcim t:. 5yi i in forces had oc-
hipied Israeli outposts alons
I, ... line in the Heights
pTiday. ing or wounding the
Esrarli i pants According to
Imilitarv okesmen, a Syrian
Ivnit oi c pany strength pene-
Itiau-.! 1- fli territory but was
epubed i fter bitter fighting.
A numb" of rifles, bazooka
[shells a: explosives wort left
[behind r addition to the dead
|Syrian. was equipped with
r, Russian-made radio transmit-
ter.
Israel protested to tlir I'.N.
Becnrlty Council over Syria's
ai;i:r.-ssniii anil violation ot Hie
iSMi* cease-fire agreement, its
cfate I representative. Amlia.sa-
dor Yoaef Tehoah, sent a letter
to Sr'iirlty Council l*rHaul
Jnaipiin Italli-ji. A rri..l.i. z ot Co-
lomliia. after the Syrian attack
on Israeli positions. His letter
noted that the attack was cur-
ried out hv Syrian regulars and
thai the Damascus government
epanls claimed responsibility for
it. "In Hi in circumstance," he
i.aid. "Israel must reserve the
right to take measures neces-
sary (or its self defense."
Israeli patrols exchanged fire
with Jordanian units in the Bei-
san area Saturday, and after
Continued on Page 5-A
Israel Will Pound
SAM-3 Sites Even
If Soviet Manned
\i:v. '. rk iJTAi Israel's
Chiel : Gen Bar Lev.
beliex i most serious prob-
i '.: Hi East todav Is
the Sovii-iization of Egypt. But
told Magazine corre-
ipondt ti lin Levin in an
Ii tervii hn-h will ap|x-ar in
i'1 Apt dition that Israel's
An For. Mill continue to pound
|>tia ipon sites west ol
the Sui / nal even if they art
manned Russians
Get Lev, at 45 the most
in Israel's defense
rtablis after Defense
she Dayan. said that
sAM-3 anti-aircraft
i!" i be viewed as
ipons. "They an
Arafat Says El Fatah
Will Fight Until Victory
WASH ;T( IN (JTAi BI
Man YaSSil Arafat
lying, "We don'i
we want victory"
t with Oriano Fal-
dent of the Italy's
azine, he said if
'" I Jordan suppress
rations, "El Fatah
*J[| I'1, with the march for
,,u' libi lion of Palestine
",l,,i!' countries we start
or not."
'"' hi was the head oi
, Kl' and claiming to be
thi members of the
'',| Ittee." Mr Arafat
neverthi iss Insisted, "We shall
" I until we can go back
Israel is destroyed.,
*e8nall ht on to victory ever
'or fccad.s. ,, ;.,.n,Tations if
"wessary."
being installed to give Egypt an
offensive capability," he said.
"Once the missiles are installed,
Egypt will feel freer to do what-
i in r she wants."
i Diplomatic sources in Lon-
don claim that more than 12,000
Russians have been poured Into
Egypt to operate the SAM-3
missiles in recent weeks, raising
the number of Russians present-
K on duty in that country to
16,000. It is estimated that R
small nucleus will operate the
missiles while the others train
Egyptians in their operation.
Perhaps as much BS an infantry
division ill be deployed on de-
i, nsive duties around the Bit. -
four oi which have l* i n built
around Alexandria, Egypt's
main Seaport, which is used by
R issian naval units I ithers are
known to have gone up around
Cairo WeSl airport, to which
Soviet supplies are airlifted, and
around the Aswan High Dam >
Isi.i. I's continuing bombing
raids on targets alone the Sui i
Canal zone and inland from it
I i, i tactual measure tO pre-
vent Egypt's armed forces from
preparing for a new large-scale
war. Gen. Mar Le\ said They
have not bombed Alexandria
Bnd Pi h Saul so far b
they are primarily civilian tar-
gets and it has not been found
in c ssary.
In the general's opinion, the
Egyptian An Force has not Im-
proved qualitatively since the
Six-Day War. He had the same
asessment of Egyptian ground
lores. In both cases, he thinks.
battle plans are abandoned as
soon as serious opposition is en-
countered.
Dobrynin, Rogers Meet In
Prelude To Bilateral Talks
WASHINGTON (JTAi So-
viet Ambassador Anat.il>- F.
I lobi > i id in. t m ith Si cretai y ol
State William Rogers this week
m a pr< mu> to proji. ted bilat-
eral negotiations between Mr,
Dobrynin and Joseph Sisco, U.S.
Assistant Secretary ol State for
Near Eastern Affairs.
State Department spokesman
K.il.eit MeOoSkey said the dis-
cussion "may provide a hasis
for determining the Utility of
restarting the hilateml talks le-
twrrn the United States and
Knssia. which had reached what
we called an extended pause
towards the end of the year."
Their meeting was an imme-
diate follow-up to Secretary
Rogers' announcement that the
sale of more warplanes to Israel
was being held in abeyance,
sources said. The bilateral talks
were suspended last December
after Moscow rejected the latest
11.S. initiatives. But Mr. Rogers
said there were no signs at the
moment that the Russians had
budged from their position.
Secretary Rogers Invited Do-
brynin to the meeting, but only
alter the Russians had ap-
proached the Nixon Administra-
tion seeking a Two-Power talk
resumption. The implication was
that the Kremlin had decided to
I* flexible, and this belief was
strengthened by the disclosure
th it Dobrynin and Rogers had
Rep. Burke
Urges Arabs'
Training Be
Discontinued
WASHINGTt >N lJTA> Rep.
j. Herbert Burke, tR-Fla.l has
BSktd the Nixon Administration
to discontinue the training of
105 Arab military personnel at
U.S i os< s. in view ol the fact
that the state Department feels
our country should cool off ten-
sions In the Middle East and de-
cided against selling additional
,, ts to Isi.i. I at this time on
that basis
"The state Department in-
formed me by letter that a total
of 317 personnel from Arab na-
tions are being trained under
the military assistance program
and 88 under the foreign mili-
tary sales program." Rep. Burke
said "Several of these tralness
I knew are being trained as
pilots, while a number oi them
arc Arab soldiers being named
in the handling of U.S. military
equipment at military bases in
the United states. The Con-
gressman said 16 of the Arabs
being trained are Jordanians.
mi t for a half-ho ir Mi-, tssion
ol Midd I asl prohli n
11, While Mr. McCloskey
lid nol considi r himsi II "at
liberty" to reveal the specific
subjects tackled, it was reliably
reported that the recent Soviet
shopmenl of SAM-3 anti-air-
craft missiles was not one of
them.
.vir. Rogers' agenda for Mr.
Dobrynin was the four points he
listed in his press conference.
I'nder these four |>oints, the t'.S.
government would "encourage"
Imth Arabs and Israelis to "ad-
here fully" to the 1'iiited Na-
tions cease-fires; call on them to
"reappraise positions which have
become roadblocks to peace**;
urge them to assist the negotia-
tion mission ot Ambassador
Gunnar V. Jarring, and "engage
the other major suppliers to the
Middle East in early arms limi-
tation talks."
It is believed by some observ-
ers that Mr. Nixon's decisi it
against immediate new wva[>on-
ry to Israel has led the Soviets
to be more amenable to bilateral
meetings, but Israeli officials
expressed doubt anything useful
will come of the U.S. Soviet
talks. The consensus of opin-
ion in Israel is that the Ameri-
cans and Russians are as far
apart as they were in December.
.....
Drop In LLS. Sympathy For Israel
PRINCETON. N.J. (JTA) American sympathy for Israel
in the Middle East crisis has dropjied 11 percentage points since
the Six-Day War, the results of a new Gallup poll, based on
interviews with 1538 adults durint; the period from Feb. 27 to
March '-' -how Arab support remains minimal, however, with
those taking neither side lefleo'ina an increase of 7 percentage
; tints. The results showed:
1967 1970
Supporting Israel ........................... 5;v 4-4'
Supporting Arabs ........................... 4': :v ''
Neutral .................................... 25* 32'i
Wants US. to stay neutral .................. 41'; :,s
Wants non-military I'S. aid to Israel ........ '
Favoi some kind of negotiations .............. 14'; 10''
Favor United Nations making decision ........ 115S
Favor sending U.S troops to Israel ..........
Backing U.S. support of Arabs........less than 0V. I0'
JWB Condemns
U.S. Mideast Policy
WASHINGTON (JTAi In
its bieni ial convention, the Na-
tional J< wish Welfare Board
passed a resolution condemning
the stale Department for its
current Middle Hast policy, say-
ing, li plays into the hands of
the i .S.S.R bj con-
cessions that advance Soviet de-
signs in the Middle East at
Israi I's i v" nse."
The resolution passed by the
1,000 deli gates called i ir essi n
tial military, and economic aid
t,. be given Israel and for thi
United stat.s to stand firm
against So\ ii I pn ssures while
using their influence to bring
both slues lo the i on!< i net
table.
Another resolution passed at
the convention DTged .lewish
centers and FM-YWHAs to co-
operate full} with the program
ot tin American .Jewish Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewr\ to ease
the pliuht of Soviet Jews.
Israel's Ambassador to the
United stat.s. Yitzhak I
told tb delegates, "No matti i
what Israel may face,
it will be strong and th. j i
of Israel will continue to fight
until peac. is achieved ... Is-
rael can take a setback," he de-
, lared, and it will not n
out fighting spirit, our bi I
out deti rminatlon to on
pt ace is achll V id.'
The ambassador asserted that
Israel was asking nothing from
its alliesno troops, no prom-
ises, no guaranteesnothing bat
the riulit to DUJ weapons U>
defend Itself.
Mr. Rabin n it. rated thai I
pren quisites for p. ai i
(Con tinned on Page i>v
IN THIS ISSUE .
Aliop 4-A
Bar Mitzvah s-B
Canaielattt 8-C
Cohen -A
D.nmg 8-9A
Engigen'ts 6-7C
Sermon 3-C
Synagogues I- ~
TV 8-C
Wedd.ngs 17-C
Ob.tuar.es
9-C
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1970
Jewish Population Study
Being Launched In Dade
A long-awaited Jewish Popula-
tion Study will Im- launched this
eek in Dade c miuj ace ii
in Milton Weiss president <>i the
(in iter Miami Jewish Federation,
. p ii i ol a National Jew is!
i ilati hi Stu Ij 'In' firsl oi
in- i u' sun ej of Amei
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, DK conducted
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Davi* Gliesl Speaker
Radio station WIOD's stock
tarket analyst ami report* r Pick
Davis will be the guest speak i
rt a congregational breakfast to
e si>onsored by the Brotherhood
C Temple Ret!] Am at 10 a.m.
Sunday. April 12 in the temple's
Youth Lounge. Brotherhood presi-
dent Bernard Goodman has an-
ounced. A Miami area resident
lor more than 20 years, Mr, Davis
aa achieved an enviabli reputa-
tion for accuracy in stockmarket
| ortiag.
Lodge Inducts 12 'Pages'
Chaneellor Commai lei Harvey
lichman will | side Monday at
0 p.m. whi n '-' "pages" of the
Get ihv in Knighta of I'yth-
is Lodge will I ted into
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Qr. Lehrman To Report
On Geneva Conference
. nr Irving Lehrman, ipjritual
. .,.'.- ol T mple Kmnnu-KI and
IS rfc I**** ,,f ,h0 Syn";
I ..,, Council ol America, will
Emrl "' ""' si"n,"al s,,mm,,
!..!,.:. hich was told thta
,k In Geneva. Switzerland, at
|,h.' temp*" li'"' Kli,lay evento
I- i .
,.,1,11 i., hrman was Invited to
Brticiuatr in the Conference
J.^nsoi-l b> Ihe Temple of Un-
Cerstandini!. Inc., a r.s.-bas.-d or-
Iganbation seeking '<> foster a new
Itimtsi* ol mutual underatand-
.,,. among the world's religJona
land rcplao '-'""''' l"'lJl"li nistrust.
Tina:.' ol Ihe Conference was
jr.(,, isurcs tor World
with emphaaia on prac-
ilistii stepa which may
,. taken > ligious leadt n ami
Ithrii follow i- lo relax the ten-
i tlening peace on
,1 i hi steps considered was
j.Mayor Hull To Speak
\' p ,:!. Towers Restaurant
, ,|{| 9 i.m. Sunday tor
ihe 1500 Men's Club
,i Morton Towi rs South Build-
pg ii .., Je the address t<> be
iro Mayor Chuck Hall
.i io ollowcd by a ques-
inswcr period.
the possible formation of a new
world body of religions dedicated
Lo communication among them, its
main purposi would 1m- to aid each
member group in consulting and
working with others on the many
i roblems faced by all.
Special sessions on 11 roles to
!) played bj worn n in the search
lor world peace and thai of the
business world were included, and
special consideration given to the
world'a population problem and
the human factors in war and
pi ace.
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The National Jewish Welfare over. Requests for such deferment partmenl of Defense to serw the
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.... i of Jewish military personnel and
ill all hoards I ,
tneir dependents, in Veterans Ai -
The JWB, a member agency ol ministration hospitals as well as
the ITSO. is accredited by the De- the U.S. Armed Forces.
Hoard's ('oinniission on Jewish
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System announcing that all draft
boards has.' Ix en requested lo give
"favorable consideration, wher-
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by registrants ol the Jewish faith
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Friday, April 3, 1970
Volume 43
2S ADAR 2, 1970
Number 14
Miami Chosen For In-Pepfh Study
Although objections were raised to the 1970 U.S. Census
including a question of religious affiliation, Greater Miami's
Jewry will have no objection, we are sure, to cooperating
ill the first National Jewish Population Study which is also
getting under way in the nal on. For most of the country
it will be merely a head count, but Miami's Jewish Federa
'.ion is one of the few chosen to develop an in-depth study
of our Jewish community.
Volunteers are r.eeded to carry cut whet may very -.veil
be one of the community's most important projects since
the first Jewish family came to this area some 75 years ago.
For many retirees, this will be a fine opportunity to become
involved in meaningful work that does more than take up
idle t.me, Call Federation's offices today and find out how
you can help.
Soviet Gangsters Outdo Themselves
"Monstrous cynicism" is the way self-exiled So-
viet writer Anatoli Kuznetsov describes the campaign in
his native land to tie Russian "Zionists" to the Nazis as
responsible for the wartime massacTe of 70,000 Jews at
Babi Yar. The world has learned enough about Soviet
techniques during purge trials to recognize that, as
Kuznetsov has pointed out. the Ukrainian Jews who sign-
ed a statement to that effect were indeed forced to do so.
In their rewriting of Russian history with every change
of leadership, the Soviet gangsters are now going beyond
their efforts to suppress the truth of Babi Yar by merely
banning poems and stories of the sad event in their
campaign against Israel. Thise who know history without
Communist falsification know that it was Molotov who
greeted the Nazi leaders as "blood brothers" when they
came to sign the infamous pact with Russia in 1940 and the
events that have unfolded since then prove, indeed, how
right they were.
intermarriage Looms As A Threat
Sociologist Marshall Sklare repeated in a recent article
in "Commentary," a statement he made before a local
audience last November that the ever-increasing incidence
of intermarriage threatens the survival of Judaism in the
United States.
Presumably there are no good solutions to the problem
Dr. Sklare offers none beyond the usual one of strencrth-
ening Jewish education, and thereby commitment. The
fault seems to lie in the modern Jewish parents' lack of
spiritual commitment, the presence of which would lead
them to offer strong religious objections to a mixed mar-
riage. And since it takes two to make any marriage, the
lack seems apparent on the other side, as well.
The puzzle, of course is why this happens when Jewish
parents are sending their children to religious schools ir
greater numbers than ever before. The ceremonies of Bar
and Bat Mitzvah are still highly regarded (as the crowded
Saturday morning services of our synagogues attest, with
two and sometimes three taking place at one service). Is
the religious ceremony becoming simply a necessary
prelude to the more important social gatherings which in-
evitably follow?
A partial answer may be contained in the recom-
mendations of the Commission on Jewish Education, which
have just been adopted in principle by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. The commission'3 study revealed an
appalling drop-out rate followinq Bar Mitzvah and Con-
firmation, and the recommendations it made were aimed
specifically at strengthening continuing secondary and
college Jewish education with community funds and re-
sources.
It is the duty of the community as a whole to become
concerned if parents neglect their children.
Comment '
I
by EDWARD C04EN
It really should not conn- as a
surprise that the real Issues In-
volved in the appointment of
Judge Carswell to the Supreme
Court finally surfaced In the
debate ovi r his nomination by
Pn sidi nt Nixon. It has become
apparent that it is not his
Southern birth or alleged racism
\ hich have made him attrac-
tive to his supporters bul his
n Uoci rec rd and tht fortu-
nati acckk nl of not l* Ins a Jew.
TV. i y| a: S BgO, 1 COITtn
iii this space: "Tins is thi era
of thi xa itlon of Jerks" I
v is rel n tag to Si n. Edward
Gurm ; s can paign sign 11 aring
I it's Time to Curb
I Supr mi Court," which I
v i< wi d as "a magnificent appeal
to the jerk vote. In a n ci i I
poll." I said. <; 01 Wallace
i and sun ly 11
ney's) gh i th S i| i me (!oui t
a n< g :-i\ rating with sv
rist."
Bj om of thost coinckli i
part-thru c >lum
look good, '" S Sen. Mai k Hat-
fl< iri t, : i '. porters the othi r
day, "II w i lon't take Carswell,
I understand thi Administra-
tion Is going i" send Curtis l> -
May (Wallace's running n
to law si hool."
Tins is only one of the many
sick ji i. ab ;ut the conti over-
sial nomination. Some f< l that
the "sickest" was made by S n
Human Hruska, the Nebraska
Republican, in Judge Carswell's
defense, some Jewish establishment dis*
cipline by writing on this for
as this is written, I have yet to
see any strong comment made
by Jewish siMikesmi-n on the
Hruska statement! Then again,
I may be viewed as overly-
scnsitivi in si > mg anti-Semites
lurking In many L'.S. Senate
seats. You may have read about
the Hruska defense of medioc-
rity, but missed what he said:
"Tile President appoints these
people and i vi n if he n re me-
diocre, tht n a lui "i mediocre
people and judgi s. Aren't they
entitli d to a li" le rt presenta-
tion and a little chance- We
can't have all Brandcises and
Cardozas and Frankfurters and
stuff like that, I doubt we can.
1 doubt we want to."
We rcc Lhal Hi uska
really sp aks in self-defense
and s.i ||j, a large n graent "t
the peopli II In the Con-
'. ~- United Stati i wh< n
- i : m dioci e people.
By thi sarm token, we must
acknov. l< dgi lhal also sp aks
for < v< rj anti-Si mite In this
c<4iptry ou(
tin-* Ji w s as the xample, we
i greatness on the
pi id as va ai> their
tn hjgti rv fhe %n: He itlOl
i bvioqs. pa. Ue^lfrrly in the
i ly usii-nl "I. 'loueaj we want
i >" i have" t it."?- I'llk' Carswell
appointment, in the event you
havcCforgagten, had '.en t<> till
ttti aacarrtZ"Jewish seal.'' occu-
]i d"io'icrent years by such
n~'muirBi>eit jurists as Arthur
Goldberg and Abe Fortes.
Prom another column written
tw-.. years #" ducinsj the fmht
ovei t'te eonfu matiin of Portal
as Chief Justice, in which a
parallel was drawn to the oppo-
sition encountered by Brandeia
and Kiiinkfurth. r, I quote: "And
II opposition t'> Hebrew Uplift-
ers' 'as one of Hrandeis oppo-
nents calli iherni
[aces wit | .
obvious lunai
se, in recni
many thi re i beneal
face wan; ,
tunity to -
The differ | .
lunatic ti i
majority .
ly In the i
which th< '.
tion has creai
No wondei I
pants ni
d< I. rmin It
ordi r," I i hi J
It was
i id i ii
sue r> spccl
must first
sp eta
Appoii "
1 la; i* -v.
i ; .- :

iii the Ian
1
Timi s
Nixon is
about th "
i i rm I
ly set i
choici ol n
shows in. i
respect for thi
shins eh. hi aboul
der an devoid
I agn '" '
criticized rm U i
the Presidi
States Tn, k; I
cent column W
taste. Bui tlOV
what he I- U] '
rhetoric ab i
standing" consi 'v
bench Is bi Ik
"tricky dickj


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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
TAN TRU DISTRICT. l.ong
An Province. South Vietnam
Last November, the Communist
hiph command received a shock-
ing suggestion from the Viet
Cong Party Committee of this
district. It happened because the
South Vietnamese government
was about to move to control
Tan Tru's 12 rich villages, for
the first time in nearly a decade.
To all appearances, Tan Tin
was then a VC. fortress-district,
as lng An had once been a
VC t'H ti"< ss-proviiu-s. Yet the
bosses ol VC Sub-Region HI
hastily decided to reinforce the
district with a company of North
Vietnamese regular soldiers.
The Tan Tru Party Commit-
tee therefore met to consider
the liest use to make of these
"TtLl TMC HOQLD 7H4T YOU
HfTT ItOHiSM AND I^ASL'"
&****
-sXTK
relnforcemenU
Hai Ngoc, thi
retary, forwarded
recommendiitii n to S
III a r.cen
ing that th -
district was all too
tended.
The committc in
posed to u.s. ii> Sort
namese soldiers to fill I
mous, alreadyes sting
Tan Tru's Vk-t Coi
apparatus This Is I
Viet Cong l i
VC1 Ma lagi I
Insuring lh< i
of the counli>-.i u
i,i the Wi
From end l<
Vietnam, thes.
wins been perl
Communist partj
long experienc
,a,,.a-.d,:,-:
Ol Tan TrUS 1
to use North Vitti in -
form man} ol
therefor.
lKh H.....
hoi ror,' y

,, -, ,. vs'e- .ft <
I he Tan Tru I
tec then did '
Hung. It id tfjaei
Vietnam, sc in
roles, as bodyguard!
roles, as uoaygu .
reUortoiNf*
spite t i01
ever Party S. en ...
was shortly killed .nacon.^
his military d. pnty, Ph.^
Bang, who was tak>n ri*"


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Heavy Ground And
Air Fighting Flares
the
Klr>'8i
;.!.
Icry
'
Al
and il
[IT*
the *
Cai a
offlci'
old Li
avh
"lied ri" PK* l-A)
ockets were Heed at
uaii. lettleimnt of
. mona Saturday from
. ti rritory, Israeli artil-
, j guerrilla i*>sitions
, s uf Mt. Hermon.
. li officer was killed
ther soldlen wounded
,i fire between
I Egyptian forces In
. m <,-, i >i of the Suez
. Sun lay night. The
. identified as 21-year-
..,, 3 urtocha of Tel
Three Arab saltoteurH were
killed l>> an Israeli |>atrol in the
data strip as tbey tried to
UW tor suspected terrorists. Israeli
security force* urreMed M per-
sons on suspicion of terrorist
activities after an Arab woman
resident of (..i/:i was fatally In-
jured by a hand grenude and
several other Arabs !iad been
wounded by grenades in (,.i/.i
and Kaftan.
The Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine boasted
that it was responsible for a
aeries of attacks on American
property in Beirut during the
past few days. The group claim-
ed the United Statwff'fmncnt-
ing trouble between Lebanese
forces and the commandos oper-
atlng against Israel from Leba-
nese soil.
President Charles Helou, nn an-
while, urged the Big Four to
"si Ive the entire Arah-Isra. li
problem and in the meantime
effectively to disavow any Is-
raeli threat against Lebanon."
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ABerman HohoreeAt Bonds Dinner
Uiwi.iic. .1. Alh i man. ivculiv. In behalf of Israel Bonds, is :i
, ector oi the Carriage Home former reaident of Highland Park,
ti Inception, vriH be honored III., where ho was executive vice
president of Windsor Ini1ustri< S.
g a nnhiIht of the Miami Beach
c hamber of Commerce, Klwania
and the l'X) Club, Mr. Aberman is
active in civic affairs, and has
been a leader in behalf of Israel
lor many years
MWRENCE i. ABfSMAV
\ Nighl In Israel Gala" '" be
hi Id there al 7:30 p.m. Monday.
The vent is being held under the
a .] s ,ii the Carriage House
l-ia-I Bond Committee, and will
li'atiire i program of entertain-
nienl starring Jan and Lillian
Kan in a presentation of their
famous adaptation ol "'Milk and
Honey." The 8 p.m. show will bo
prec ded b> a champagne soiree,
b ginning at 7:.'!0.
Mr. Aberman, who will be tho
recipient of the Jerusalem Peace
Award, which will bestowed u|>on
bim in rocopnition of his services
Jewish Social Club Purchases
Over S20,000 In Israel Bonds
The mi mbers ol the Ni w Amer-
.. ii Jewish Social Club celebrated
.: | ycai ol existenci re-
cintlj by purchasing more than
20.000 m Israi 1 Bonds in memory
th lab A thui Dn rich, or-
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Currci idenl ol the organiza-
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Annual Oratorical Contest
The ninth annual oratorical con-
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Optimist Club will held Thurs-
day, April '1. the club's president,
' Ainslee K. Fertile, has announced.
1 Boys who had not readied the age
ol 16 before Jan. l. 1970. are eli-
gible to compete in the contest,
which requires a five-minute ora-
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SW LeJeune Kd.. Coral Gables,
1 Fla. 33134.
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1970
*Jenist> Fhridlfon
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Music And Arts League To
Iprescnt A String Quartet

Strii | Q iai
...;,, n akc its local
I | p Monday in a
bj the Miami
Arts U pie in
,, ol lii- Hoti 1
j ins Ave.
onlj major resident
. | i hamber music
Pctedbyita rounder,
|. ., Paul Wolfe, who*
TL, Miami's veteran composer.
,,'',.1 and rapher Jacques
I famous for several op-
t'includinR "John Henry."
E>Trysting Tree" and Missis-
j nd." and such spirituals
& as Shortnin' Bread."
I ; Gwine to Heb-
'" and "Hallelujah Rhythm."
< '.hi ra >n ine ens< mble, which
j will a* nl wot ks bj s. hubert,
i : i haikovsky and Dvorak
es wi I as a pii r perl
the .-i nior Wolf' 's "1 Heai
Ann i ica Singinj ." atui ing
bai Jacob Bornsti in, ai i
Anita Brooker, second violin; Wil-
liam Magers, viola and Christo-
i her von Baeyer, ct lio.
Also Im luded on the program,
which is tin seventh in the current
ni lies sponsored by the League
and is being coordinated by Louis
1 Siegel will be Psalm LXVII, from
"A Hebrew Trilogy." with text
adapted from the liaggadah by
, [rwin Rowan, with Jacques Wolfe
' ac n.mpanyinir Cantor Bornstein.
who has been Cantor at Temple
(sra< l ui Greater Miami for some
is years. Cantor Bornstein, who
raduati d from thi Hi bn w Union
Collegi School of Sat rid >, sii in
N'ov. York, has appi an inrf
with Hi Miami B ach S/m
and the t -M Sym; hon. in i
i.isn cital in I his ana.
In addition to his ictivities vith
<>.. String Q tai tet Pa il W II is
tor ol the I-'l. i Ida W ^t
' ist Symphony (>rch< stra, and
lounder-dircctor "i the New Col-
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at Sarasota. His father, who will
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York. He came to Florida in 1947
i and has become a well-known
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been exhibited throughout the
I nited States. About .'50 of his
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oil display in the hotel's lobby
prior to the performance.
Rabbi Sol Landau, guest speaker at the fund-raising break-
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fcdcy
+Jmisti fhr/dfiani
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Will You Help Make History?
We need your cooperation in a population survey
that will benefit the entire Jewish Community.
Beginning Sunday, April ">, and For the rest of the month, ihe
lewish community ol Greater Miami will participate in the
National Jewish Population Study, //" first major nation-wide
turi'cy ever conducted <>f American Jewry.
In the Greater \fiami area approximately 600 families,, selected
.u random, will lx- interviewed lor this survey. I is purpose is to
provide guidelines! for use in planning lor the future ol our
community.
\'a family or individual participating in the survey will be
identified publicly in any way. All information becomes part of
the general tabulations.
This Population Study, sponsored by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Well are Funds, is being conducted in 89 Jewish
communities in the United States to provide information about
the demographic, social, economic and religious characteristics
ol American lewry. Such nationwide data has never belore
been available to community planners.
Interviewers who will conduct the April survey will cam iden-
tification from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Their
\iNits will be preceded In a Federation letter explaining the pur-
pose and importance ol the survey. II an interviewer visits your
home at a nine which is inconvenient lor you, a more suitable
nine will be set.
II you have been selected in the random sample and have any
questions regarding the survey, please call the Survey Olhce at the
Greater Miami lewish Federation (373-0411 -Ext. 40).
/ urge most strongly that every family selected for interviewing
give its utmost cooperation. The brief amount of time contribut-
ed to the success of the survey will be repaid a hundred fold by the
opportunity we have been given for intelligent and constructive
planning for the future of our Createi Miami Jewish community.
Sincerely,
Milton Weiss, President
Greater Miami Jewish It-deration


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+Jenisli Fkridian
Frid
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The gala Dinner-Dance held in behalf of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign by Beth
Torah Congregation was coordinated by its spiritual leader,
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. (left) who is shown with dinner
chairman Carl Zwerner and his wife, and guest speaker
Benad Avital. First Secretary of the Israel Embassy in
Washington. DC.
Belli Toralfs Dinner-Dance
Honors 8 Past Presidents
The past pn sitients "I Beth
regation were hono
at its Israi I Gala Dint* r-Danei
held r i nlj in behalf of the CJA-
IKF campaign. Thi afl lir, attend-
. | bj more than 250 i i sons, pro-
duo gain in conti ibutions
(An that of last yi ar
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zwi nei
served as chairmen of tin- affair
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Si idi r, Aiii. ii Snvder and i':
Ziffi r. A P" cial li ibuti and aWai I
was also pn sen ted to Wrs Ji ni<
Sc i 11 and Mrs I 'laii i Sii
hose h isb inds were past pn si-
!i nts and had I I to buil I
strong North Dade Jewish com-
; Ity,
lie Ipin: i" make the affaii a
succ< ss ni re Dr. Max A. I ipschitz,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, Milton Hornstein, president,
,ui(l Max Rolhenberg, executive
director, as w> n ;is a Committee
ii Hosts. Members ol this com-
mittee Included Stanley Cohen,
Matthew Ettlnger, Sam Fox Mrs.
Julian Frank. Joe Golden, Ben
Kan>- Irving Kutler, Roy Marbin,
David Misonznkk. IrvTng New '
man. Mrs. Saul Schrelber, Judge
Arthur Winton and Burton Young.!
Kiiiiirrci (.ii;iptrr Picnic
The Kinneret Chapter of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America, will hohl its annual pkc-
. nic from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
it Matin-son Hammock's main pit.
Games arc being planned for the
children. Mrs. Honiir. chairman of
the aifair. has announced.
SHAMOS AVAILABLE
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LEADS BEAUTIFUL
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Ahmticm Jewish widow, young SI,
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sports, dancing, snapshot exekong-
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MOW TAKING
RESERVATIONS
FOR
PASSOVER
Strictly Kosher
RAMAZ
HOTEL
Telephone 538-0266
146 Washington Avenue
65th Anniversary
Is Celebrated By
Meyer Shulacks
Mr." and Mrs. Meyer Shulack
,,; RtL, Miami Beach,
wen the gw sis ol honor last week
, dinner party celebrating theii
wedding anniversary i tht
r> a villt Hotel's Charlema
Room. Th( ir daughter, Mrs. Sol
Hirsh and her husband, resident*
: ii:. .t Neck, NY., were the
busts; their son. Dr. Norman R
Shulack of Miami, Joined in honor
Lng his parents.
Married in New York City In
1905, the Shulacks lived In the
New York City area until 1962,
when they moved to Miami. A
manufacturer of men's trousers
in. 96-year-old Mr. Shulack re
fiv. 1 from business just two years
ago.
Guests at the festivities included
the shulacks grandchildren, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hirsh of Or. at
N. ck and Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Hirsh of st.it. ti Island, NY.: Ed-
ward Hirsh of Denver. Colo, and
Steffani Shulack of Miami Beach.
Sixih Symphony
Concert Sunday
The Miami Beach Symphony,
conducted bj Harriett Breeskin,
will pn snit the sixth i oncer! in
,ts rront winti i series .it s p.m.
Sundax in the Miami Beach Audi-
tiiriu
: iolinist Y is I
yank< \< \ w ill b> fi atured in thi
. i |in conci i to written by Anti I
l ivorak with thi activt assistance
d prodding of \ioluust Joseph
Jo icriim, a \ ii tuoso work full of
ing rhythmic devices
Also on the program will be Thi
Overture to Semiramidc by Ros
sini, Mo/art's Symphony No, 40 In
(", Minor and the Suite from tIM
Sleeping Beauty ballet by Tehai-
kowsky.
Honorees Host Reception
In .GeL Le> in V I loner
Mrs. and Mrs <". irge Mildwoff,
v ho w ni i" honon d at the Morti n
Towi is Israi i Dinner ol Stati
,i e. nigh) m th Fi ntaine-
I ,i.i Hotl I. "i1! host a ti ..I p.m.
leci ption in honor of Col. 1 >a\ id
\j \m piior to i!h 7 p.m. event.
Col. Levin, a leading member of
Israel's Intelligence Corps, Is com-
ing to Miami to confer the Jeru-
salem Pcaci Award upon Mr. and
Mrs, Mildwoff, who are Trustees
of Israel and have been active in
its behalf for many years.
Arrangements for the event
have been made by a committee
under the chairmanship >>i Mr.
ami Mrs. Emanuel Mentz and Mr.
end Mi s. Mori is Mmo\.
Entertainment for the evening
will be provided by i^vs Norman,
noted dramatist, actor and the-
atrical producer, who is also a
popular humorist and raconteur.
Mr. Norm.in, whose one-man per-
formances in Carnegie Hall and
Tow n I lall won critical acclaim,
i in numerous hoti Is.
supper clubs and theatres in the
I'nited States and 'at i i rid hi
feat red on radio
I am- in l.th COUnl ri. v
Act I vi as a lournalist Mi [ i
n an covered the I siiins
L'nited Nat Ions in S '>
Frai Isi foi hi N ted Press
li 1943
"ii -
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Ticket for the concert an- avail
t the auditorium's l*>\ office.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
proudly announces thai
RABBI MILTON SCHUNSKY and CANTOR TIBOR MOSES
will conduct
COMMUNITY PASSOVER SEDERIM
n rn* first two nnjfcrs of Passover,
APRIL 20th and 21st
in th* Social Nail al the Temple
for Reservations Caff 947-1435
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Conducted By
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tomera for thi m i, rennki
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ating public at > mhyu
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To Please Call 947-7528 Beth Torah Congregation
(The Seders at the Restaurant are All Sold Out
A Happy Holiday to all fro'-i
MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT
will be open the entire Holiday of Passover
Farband Branch Meeting
The well-known lecturer brae]
Shtainbaum will speak on the
subject "Ver is a Yiil." at the
meeting of EttaUk Ben-Gurion
Branch of Farband Monday at
S p.m. in the auditorium of thi
' Miami Baaoh Federal. 1231 Wash-
ington Ave. Admission is free.
SEDERS
First and Second Night* of Passover
at
SHERATON
BEACH RESORT
Collins Avenue at 194th Street
Conducted by
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
and CANTOR YEHUDAH L HEILBRAUN
and Members of Temple Sinai of Hollywood CHo*
Catered by
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Children Under 12 $10


Aoril 3. 1970
"t-Jenisti fhrtdHknr
Page 11-/.
jebnuin Invited To Teach
Two Israeli Universities
T
To 1I<
emple i o Honor
The Harry Smiths
Temple Beth Sholom will hold a
gala dinner-dance Sunday, April
l-'. in support f the 1970 Com-
,,.. author and lecturer
' Licbman. a long-time
I lounty. recently
4*
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/
a

MMOUt B. UIBMAH
i to ti ach at
|.,,. u (, u I iu\i isity of
-,.m Bnri T a. iv Univer-
|to m> fa> I lhai i- tad
commitments ii lecture
j"! -it tin I'nivi rsitj of Oili-
inilat & go Statfl t'ol-
r. Liebn an : their Invitation for the
: year, bul has asked both
lilies to extend tin- same
[ion lor the 1973-74 aca-
ly.ar.
r.c thi past two y'-ars. Prof.
h;i* lectured at Florida
|;c University and th.' Unl-
of Miami, and he is cur-
pngaged in rwo-yaar r*-
Uebman, who is n ^anV d
tuthorit} on Latin American
ani! the history of the
-. Latin America m parflc-
- i ipli 11! >. a ix>ok I'n-
Expli rine I lii Amer-
Mind." HLs Ji ws In New
to u i'l asetl next month,
istory cow ring a 300-year
which had new r before
ie subject of a scholai ly
Sewn yi ai ol inti nsive re-
in the archivi ol Mexico,
Port gal P ind Holland
to its an |>ai ation.
Liebn hi work, "The En-
pubUshed by the
":,v "i Mia "i Press, was
acclaimed m the historical
' "' Ihi nation. He lias had
1 Published in leading Jour-
the United States and of
America, ami has lectured
":m rsitj the Americas,
r bi md N< York
it
man ol ihi Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Committee on
the Middle East, Mr. Liebman is
also a member ol the Communltj
Relations Council, honorary chair-
man of the South Florida Zionist
( uuncll a member of the Ameri-
can Academy of Political and So-
< ial Soli nee, the Haklyut Society,
Jewish Historical Society of Eng-
Irani and the American Historical
Soci ty. He is listed in the Direc-
tory of Scholars History, and in
Who's Who in World Jewrj tm
s ii oilii r blographii al din c-
tories
As o consultanl to the Dade
<'. unt y School Boat d on Cultural
Anthropology, he has served as
|., i'n i and si minar Ii adet on
[nl i Group R- lations fi < the i n
ultii s of ic-vei al I >ad< Countj
schools, He has also served with
tin Desegregation Center ol the
t'nivorsitj ol Miami's School ol
l ducat ion, hihI is a member ol the
Florida Bar Association's Com-
mittee on International Law and
its Committee to Combat Com-
munist Subversion.
April Meetings and Events
The Morton Tnwi'i-s Croup of
Hadnwih will meet in the card
room of Mutton Towers South at
in a.m. Monrlay for its board
meeting. Its last educational meet-
ing will lx' In-Ill in the same loca-
j tion at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 12.
The following day. Monday. April
1 is, the group will meet in the
Morton Towers Restaurant for
luncheon at noon. The election of
officers for the coming year will
follow.
Mrs. Smith
Horry B. Smith
Miami's Drama Duet' To
Miami's "Dmnaa Duel Rlaneb
liass and Helaine Lipinsky, will
review Sylvia Rothchild's booK
Sunshine and Snlt." at 'IVniple
I tit Am Wednesday, April 15, at
1 1 a.m.
The pair, who have been review-
ing books i igether tor some three
\c ais. ha\r depat 'i d from stand-
ardized reviewing technique, and
have worked up a repertoire of
hook reviews iir play form. Now
<::. atl ii di mand, they make
their ore hour pn si ntations which
i onsisl of nan ation, readings and
ramatization, about three limes a
| i., i such worn 11' -
Review 'Sunshine & Salt'
gatherings is Sisterhood m<> tings
and chibs, as well as hoti Is and
Jitgb us's. and have iuadi appears
ances on Ch. '-'.
Philharmonic (ioncert
The second concerl ol Greater
Miami Philharmonic's nth pair
will take plao at 2:30 p.m. Sun-
lav in the Dade Countj Audito-
rium. The orchestra will \- con-
i ti d by Alain Lombard, music
din ctor; the femal chorus from
ni-Da Junior I 'olli North
v ill be i" di r the din ction
Rob rt l'> n-
i ned .' v ish Ap|x i' and I si
gone} Fund campaign The
ledulcd to laki pi i
.! the Doral Bi ach Hoti I.
Mr. ami Mis Irving Kaplan will
- ive .i~ i haii m, n of thi affair
during which Mr. and Mis. Harrj
". Smith will in' honon d foi tru ii
, ustanriing contribution to Ti niple
li th Sholom and to the <;, i utei
Miami Jewish Federation.
The program will also contain a
special "eye-witness report" on Is-
rael given by Temple Beth Sha-
lom's spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon
Krotiish. who ice. nils returned to
Miami after a lengthy visit.
Rhode bland Club Meets
Rhode Island residents and for-
mer residents are invited to the
regular monthly uniting of the
Rhode Island Club nt 7 p.m. Sun-
lay. April 12. in the Washington
federal's auditorium. 12S4 Wash-
ington Aw.. Miami Beach. Irving
v'ohn is president of the group.
Serve your family the finest
Manischewilz
FOR PASS.OVER ^

Everything Mf
1
Distributed in this area by
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Services conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro assisted by
Cantor Ren Dickson and the full choir
. from Temple Beth Kodesh. Join us al 7:00 PM
for a fabulous eight course KOSHER feast and all the
traditional accompaniments. Unlimited Sacramental wine.
TheF
Mond
r,
Ir-
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irst Night
ay April 20
PM person
l*r,hilrl UIUi(.r ,._>
u The Second Night
Tuesday April 21
'IS00 per person
10 per child under 12
(Includes tax and tips'
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Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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Call 865-8511. Catering Dept.
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WEEKLY PER PERSON
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
Apr. 1 to Apr. 29 S 98
Apr. 8 10 Apr. 29 $105*
Apr. 15 lo Apr. 29 $116*
Including:
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Frid Cahana Guest Speaker
At Israel Bond Dinner
Guest speaker at the Kneseth
Israel Dinner of State in the Fon-
taineblMU.Hotel Sunday evening
will Ik> Shamay Cahana. a mem-
ber of Israel's Permanent Mission
to the United Nations. Rabbi Da-
vid Lehrfield, spiritual leader of
the congregation, has announced.
Abe and David F.isenstein will
be the recipients of the Jerusalem
Peace Award on this occasion. The
award will be presented to them
in recognition of their years of
li auership in Israel's behalf. The
nteitainment will be provided by
Jan and Lillian Bart, well-known
for their interpretations of Yid-
dish and Israeli humor and song.
Since 1967, Mr. Cahana has been
serving as counselor at the Perma-
nent Mission to the United Na-
tions, where he acts as the Politi-
cal Officer. He has been a leading
member of Israel's Foreign Min-
FLOWERS!
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AMtfKCTS.
istry since 1930 and prior to tak-
ing up hi* duties at the United
Nations had represented Israel in
a number of other countries, in-
cluding Latin America and Bel-
gium. A ;ia.l,: ite of the Hebrew
University. Mr. Cahana served as
private secretary to Moshe Sha-
rctt. then Foreign Minister and
j later Prime Minister. After serv-
ing in Israel's Fmbassy in Wash-
' ington and later in Peru, he was
put in charge ot the Legation in
Havana. Cuba.
As a vouth Mr. Cahana emi-
grated to Pait.-.:ine from Rumania.
He volunteered for duty with the
British Army a: the age of 18. and
i served during World War II with
I the Jewish Brigade in North Af-
I rica and Europe. He also helped
| organize the underground immi-
gration of Jewish displaced per-'
sons from Germany to Palestine,
and was wounded twice during
Israel's War of Independence j
while fighting with its Defense i
Forces.
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Elect NELSON
YOUR Councilman
BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
VOTE TUESDAY
APRIL 7
. -
Pictured loft to right, r Tod N.I
son, candidate for lay Harbor Islands
Council; Suiti, Ms wife; and Bach***,
Jonathan and Eva, his chiMron. Mr.
Nolson has sorvod as Town Jvdfa of
Bay Harbor Islands for II yoars and
is prasontly a Director of th* Bay Har-
bor Islands Civic Association, th* Asth-
matic CMMrons Foundation, Ttmpi.
Nor Tamid. and th* Dowflas Cordons
Homo (Mon's Auxiliary), a* will as
th* Initnmi Ar*a Chamber of Com*
more*. H* is immodiato oast president
of th* Miami B*ach Symphony and is
f *
servinf. his socond form *s "*"
of Freedom Led*e ef B'nai '" tn-
comp.tsin* Bay Harb*r Islands "
n*arby arwas. Ho has *ls* s*rv '
pr.sidont of th* Brandels Zionist D.s-
trlct, as treeeurer of Tompfa Mon.r.n.
as president of tho Surf-*"
Friends of tho Library *nd is s foune*
ef "Shop Bay Harbor". Tho N*lsons
hav* rosidod in Bay Harbor **
sine* lfM and in Oado County sine.
IfSA. This if Ms first bid for pubHc *?
fic* sn th* Council level.
Pd PoLAdv -


April
3. 1970
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m w
.._.. persons gathered to honor Jay I. Kislak
E : lei;' fcr his ousicnding devo'ion to Florida's
i:. i the second annual Builders and Allied
behalf of the CJA-IEF drive, held recently
.: Arr.basscdors Hntal. \Vi h him is Am-
s-ioi Gei Avner, assistant director-qeneral of Is-
: Foreign Aiiairs, who was the guest
n Stephen Mum and Saul J. Morgan,
I general chairman of the 197C^Pfimpaign
the plaque to Mr. Kislak. are std$ding,
TrONAl HEBREW
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KaJHWOTON AVt 532-2210
iwJJ,ocR Store-
i DOMESTIC "!?
* He gc.i Supplies fcr
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lejican Israeli
III Religions Articles y
Sor Synagogues
"Schools Homes
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Nothii <*. *uu.-u rr_ than
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S< tli i. It \< {"' t ''- i ii fin-
li od meals
. .i .. ; pick-mo-
luiing thi i .. \Vh< n \ou
niak) lea, In- sun to use the top
d, the motl ftwtmiwl. T>ti.-y
thr one in the blue and white
\ is i tifii u k shi r for Pass-
, ir. '.'
SCHCCMTT R S. HIFtSCH S
Passover Cards In
Russian Available
An international proHnrni for
s<'nrti*R PasSovt i cards to Jews in
the Soviet I'nicn is bring insti-
tuted by th.' South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, which is
comprised of the American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish Con-
gress, B'nal B'rith, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Hadassah, the
J wish W;u Veterans, Labor Zi-
onist PoeJ< /ion. Farband, Pio-
neer Women, Mizrachi, National
Council ol J< wish Worn n, Rabbin-
ical Association of Greater Miami,
1 Inion i f An i lean Hebrew Con-
negations United Synagogue ol
America, Workmen's Circle, and
23 nisi .'"i. ation ol Ann i lea.
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y- Apr: 3,
Commentary
by JACK SIEGEl
'The Times They Are A-Changing*
AiioUDiM. TO the refrain
^* ii! :i ]K)pular folk-lock tune.
Th tin* i tbfly art- a-
cbanging." And the limn arc
in it tin' only thing that are
changing, Ither. The meaning
hi words is. too. They are shift-
ing in emphasis and principle.
During World War II. a Rus-
sian woman sniper who had a
number of German victims to
her credil came to the United
States to speak on Ik half of the
joint military effort. I remember
covering the story for an official
I'.S. government information
agency, and I remember how
greatly she was admired, when
I became a soldier and read of
the exploits of the Polish and
Russian partisans, I not onlj
admired them, hut fell that we
were Joined in a good cause,
and also that then- activities
h, Iped make it possible for me
to survive.
Today, the word sniper is in
bad odor. Partisan has yielded
t i guerrilla, and that, too, Is a
hard word. The guerrilla today
is either a hero or a terrorist,
depending up on your political
attitude and what part of the
world you live in. There is a
third word with luith positive
and negative connotations which
is still in use, these many years
after World War II: commando.
In history books, IhhiiI) throw-
ing has always been associated
with anarchists. Their use has
i <>u become much more sophis-
ticated and lethal. Children of
wealthy people play with ex-
plosives, and diplomats of one
country are held for ransom by
citizens ol another.
What are we to make of all
this?
The oilier day I saw a score-
board win ten in chalk on a wall
surrounding a building under
(.instruction. It read: "Vietnam
40,000 Lao, pi.ikh) and Im i I
4.000." It was hard to determine
whether it meant tin- Israelis
',si 4,000 or the Arabs. It is
iikei> the graffiti was lumping
Israel into what is being loosely
called "an Imperialist war" in
UOS and \,
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israel's Matriarchal Prime Minister
A YEAR HAS GOXE by since Golda Melr be-
^* came Prune Minister >>i Israel. The press and
public here are utilizing the occasion to review her
achii vements.
Mis. Melr entered office as part of a particulai
political constellation. Certain public figures were
known as "her men." and certain others were be-
lieved to I*' in disfavor. In 12 months, that con-
stellation has changed markedly. Moshe Dayan.
I. ader of the "other" group, and certainly I* ver
known as her close friend, now enjoys the strong-
est possible backing for his policies. Indeed, the
national deb use policy today could well be termed
the Meir-Dayan program.
\\ cult time. As criticism of the Foreign Ministry''
i\,is,ii> public iciaiions program muuntea, Mrs.
Melr displayed a definite coolness to Eban. For
months it has been no secret that she wish to snip
him ol his public relations functions and hand these
ovel tea iii w .M.nistrv of Information to !m headed
by Israel Galili. Kban has been resisting vigorously.
Pinchas Sapir, the man who n ad. her Premii r
overnight alter Mr. Eshkol's death, and one.' her
strongest backer, is now an outspoken opponent of
her foreign policy. Nevertheless, she has given him
a free hand in making the nation's economic policy.
She lias raised public morale and given the people
BOOK RtVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
A History And A Haggadah
am: or THE most beautifully
^ printed and illusliatt d his-
tories it has ever been our privi-
lege to see is A History of Thr
Holy l.anil. edited by Michael Avi-
Yonah 'The Macmillan Company,
SI L95>.
The book, which is divided into
seven sections, covers from pro-
historical ibeyond .'ViOO B.C.i times down lo l''..X.
The lirst live ol the seven sections were Written by
II. in, w University faculty members, and the text is
pleasing both from the perspective of the general
reader and that of the professional historian.
All in all. the book is a credit to scholarship as
well i- to publishing the pictures, maps and illus-
trations are incredibly beautiful, and the size of the
book 'SVs.li"> permits blow-ups of friezes, coins
and documents so that details such as letters and
words are readily distinguishable.
During the past few yean, Jews have be. n as-
saulted by a barrage of new editions of the Pass-
over Haggadah. Some were new translations; some
wore new versions and some wire reprints of old
ran' editions. This year we have An Archueoloijical
Fiaiimrvrr iiaugaduti edited by Bern Rothenberg,
with an introduction by Michael Av i-Vonah iSabra
Hooks, S."V9.">.
'l lie Hebrew text in the traditional rendering
has tx'en translated by Cecil Roth. While the trans-
lation actually differs little from that in the s/.yk
Haggadah. this reviewer prefers the earliei version.
The famed archaeologist's comments on the sites
mentioned in the Passover star) are accompanied
by beautiful photographs of the landscapi and an-
tiquities, artistic drawings ,,f appropriate subjects
and color reproductions ol ancient artifacts ami
:-uv -
Tins i^ a beautiful book which should help to
make the story of the Rxodus mon meaningful in
terms of rial aid existing places in Krctz Israel
and neighboring countries. The ii \t is in large, bold
typi so that the youngest can easilj discern I
wolds, a superb edition ol tin Passover story
If there should be any confused New Leftist-
leaning adolescents in your family or if you w isli to
- i how the traditional Passover story has been Syn-
thesized, if not desecrated, with the abominations ol
tin Left look at The Freedom Seder, termed "A
New Haggadah for Passover" by Arthur I. Waakov.
(Holt, Riiichart & Winston. 0.95).
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SE6AI
Sen. Brooks VS. Judge Carswell
A ITllOl ^* Carswell and Sen. Kdward
W. Brooke have their span of life
in common iboth are 50 years old I
they othenvi.se differ mightily.
A native of Georgia, the Tallahas-
see judge may win a niche in
American history by awaking one
--------------------morning to find himself a Supreme
C oui i Justice, thanks to the fates that made him
available at this time. Sen. Brooke, on the other
hand, is a black American who has had lo light
social and economic discrimination all the way and
he is a l.s senator, not because a President smiled
on him bi I because the i lectorate oi Massachusetts
concluded he wo hit state and nation well
in s office.
.
To put it charitably, Judgi Carswell has made
Ins shaii and n his share- of mistak. s.
Whin he campaigned for the Georgia Legislature
in 1948, hi' gave written assurance he was, and
uoiiid continue to u-. a champion oj whip; su-
premacy. And according to his own law parf^yrr, he
personally prepared the whites only charier ^ the
Florida State University football boosters club in
1953. As recently as 1966- long after the Supreme
Court had declared restrictive covenants could not
ha honored he sold resort area land rimmed about
with a clause declaring that "ownership, occupancy,
and use shall be restricted to members of the Cau-
casian race." Lawyers ami law school profossoi"s
have testifieii that as a federal judge he has been
brusque if not hostile to civil rights attorneys.
Some 20 members of the University of Pennsyl-
vania law School faculty ap|H-ared to be express-
ing Widespread sentiment when they declared: "It
is one thing to say that Judge Carswell should not
tic rejected solely on the basis of views he express, d
as a yoUQg man. It is quite another matter, how-
ver, to elevate to tin1 Supreme Court a judge whose
principal distinctions appear to be his Southern
heritage and his lack of Investment in thi securities
:i i ket."
No opposition was vole iquenl ,:
with greater justification than that ol | ke,
v I'n. In a spe ch on the floor ol th .-' rial that
this is the most inappropriate timi in history to
oint a man of the kidi i i ilib r to the supreme
i ''"lit. He said that a can ful an Records
had fail, d lo turn up any i rid the nomii i
was dedicated to the principle ol i qual rights under
Hi, lav., and concluded. As ., i, ,i, ,;,i district |ud
Judge Carswell appears to have coi sisti nt)> ..
at ih, slowest possible pace, repeatedly stretching
out judicial action and affectly delaying relief."
Sen. Brooke, in withholding his consent to the
appointment, spoke more as a champion of national
idealism ami universal concern than as a black man
sitting in jti.lgment on a jurist's inexcusable racial
attitude and this is to his gnat credit
a new sense oi security
knowledge of military superiorit)
was not enough. Israelis want >i i<
fe. i that ihev have a confident nd
able 1,. i,Ke any challenge. Thi
1 illation has given that fe. Im.- [| was dunsrl
llisl Veal that Nasser threw down the
abrogated the cease-fin agrei mi nts, aiHi pr^
a war of attrition against Israel. ,
the challenge, and for the pasi m.>rThj
Israel air force has roamed thi ski, -
almost at will
Politkally, Mrs Men has -..... i to maintain
tional unity, sin has cultivated......i rclatimi
M< nahem Begin ami the h. ,i ;,.,m>. ; |
1~ ac-e with the religious groups. ;uiii -
ability to put long range natiol il inti r.sls in
her personal feelings In the Who is Jew!
Sabbath controversies. The public is overwttth
Iv wilh her. crossing party Inns.
Mis. M, ir took office as a n iv shift t-n
Prime Minister a year ago Shi now nils the!
with dignity and authority, combining the
image with the qualities of an Amazon. The|
wishes her good health and Ions years. May i
have couraee, vtsion and strength tn meet i
problems which continue ti> multipl) asitaeeaj
her second year as Israel's matriarchal
Minis!, r,
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWA
A Modern Eve
i ( ORDINO
I [sraell H
pretty young urj :
^kirt was -' on 1"
street em m i i\l
approach' d .tri: ^' her ani
"What is this
|surprise ' Kat it. niv dear." In said (
didn't know she was naked either, until she &Q
apple 1"
We aren't told her reply, but 5b couM
sai.l. Yes. it is true Kvc didn't know she "*
until she ate of the Tree of Knowledge, but
he had this knowledge, she didn't .entmiK'"
She put on a fig leaf, knowing that uns would i
her more ap|x-aling."
A mini skirt does not belle the value of cW
The Baal Shem Tov. leader oi llassulism. "J
great txlievcr in democracy, bui In lik"1 ^,*'
ilKSS well, even richly. He tolil tin -le'V "'"
who. when he learned that in Heaven
are exalt.-d. moved out of the palace Into v^
man's cottag.. t.H)k off his fin. ry and put on
alls. sting the cheapest of food
An angel visited him to tell hi was

palai
I
ii 'i k '.Move i Bch to the
hi s bai k on, thi an I
is- the place you should cultlval
Pi rhapa some ol these thii
I i good in some ways and
don't IcnOM all the answers.
'no h How told us he 1
dressing and nudity of these times ,a s
hun: it nwk W ai.'t think w hv UI:K ss Its I- caUSi' "' ^
make a practice of r.niov ing all t
lore turning on the shower.
Then s one thing we would n alb ''k' '^ l|iplf1
if an old man gives a girl in a mini skn
is it a. case of Minne-apol-is?

like! '
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Apr.' 3. 1970
vjfnirt Fkridficir)
Page !5-A
J^ B Condemns
S. Mideast Policy
between to-
, nations, .vo-
id's existence
'..'. ,, linued existence
lariea between
| He said no
. prerequl-
,ul,i ptcd, because
to in-
, in b. no
iretl be-
i a com-
I

I
r

I
will b
ftavi' tli'
fcid oun
Continued r-om Pag. 4-A
I
v able

. i i
is loi i
- by \\ hlch to
Israel lias
M Oi ts as related
n' Noa : the vital Viet
11 1! 1 ire in Tan
nas b-i (I largely
(ratiw i xample, the
party ct Due
I h ki H up not
.:-.'' Hi v confessed he
tn luiiur.uni-
pat to k<
Im! V
luctare, t-
Sinw local -
U**sibl<> to -
t-vci loss
that capability today, he noted,
hut the arms i stance "i the
Middle Easl will tx- loaded In
favor of the Arabs in two oi
three yeai s unli ss [gi a< I gets
more weapons
LEVYS PARTICIPATE
IN ISRAEL MISSION
Han y A, Levj and his
Davids in part ici| at
I niti d .' v Ish
5 :

: I Miami
i itio I o 'in c-
tors Mi Levj .- b ii
oi th G
of 1 1970 i
J< w Lsh A- an I Isi a<
) Fund can:; a
with tl i .'.i ty com-
i hole months.
Tan Tru has
li i addli
| Units have
nto thi rlistl i to
-r thi '.' i hi;.....
! thi cond
K-5 battalion
". 'I i ii> afti r
I So ith Viet-
i: and the
I- do their
i i- another
I ileveloi mi nt
|T.in Ti Vii tna
ti re an um il in i.
and
I n-'-- ;.i, ts and
i b ran
>' tvhii one
thai the No-
f ol w m III will U>
In a irds, beal lee
F rth imete as buo-
' will have
'Cm ins- I North Viet-
i aotinuot isly
ong command
"1 alive.
lits are all hut
ire, and natiw
very heavy.
Bformation of
'"let Com; i io a largely syn-
fbe guerrilla novement, more
P more manned by Northern-
sith no roots In South Vi. t-
T"*soi'. is ;, development i f
'iculabl.- significance.
Iln thi Viet Cong, .
pj*ing at depended o On
*jj of the j im
'' bosses. 1 hi VC
MSt .,--, has been it- .
. kn"w 'dge of the villages
l distn. t> and its ability to.
. ,or r" i. in this clannish
*'y, to whole networks of
ations w -.o are otherwise un-
"Tutteo.
KorthVi.t-1;l,.s,. p|aving the
* f guerr is cannot possibly
with safety to Aunti 15a
bncle N | .yen for food or
T or quick help in a pinch.
ver- Neither can they ever
"'each kwal biding hole and
" 7Sm true Viet Cong
W sum, the synthetic gu-r-
s**r*1 ,0 wnich Hanoi na--
ELS?" ma9- liko almost
ii.f r'-m^- the real
' 7w~.a *****> but il it works
. as well as tru- real
"*> t mil he doin
indeed
very
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-Jewish Floridian
,.; Floiida
April 3. 1970
Section B
Janie* Gerity To Receive Award
At Annual Scholarship Ball
m flt
1 **^ L i ,>
Pfc% 9 ^ jjy t
| Gorily,
I ill mxivc -:
Jr.. long-time dancing to th music of Lenny
Dawson's 20-pU'i society orchrs-
i c ;i afl i the bi i t pi i ntation A
drive to secure Mo scholarship
i i.....n eat h ol m hom v^iii con-
tributi $600 for the y< ar, he i \-
plained lias bi i n bcin \ cai ried on
under the chairmanship "t Daniel
N-al Heller, Brotherhood presi
(!i III
1. adei s hi the rongi. ;al i >i
h aded bj temple prcsidenl Joseph
!ph n Si li rh wl pn Bei nai d Kaplan and P.T.A presi
ili.'i Mrs. red Hollo have pushed
an Inti nsivi rfl ; t this wi ek to
c nils rial ip| orl fn mi both
im ml-' is of i in coi ion and
i n i ,il communit.
Samuel N. Friedland and Harr.v
1 arlman ai i honoi irj chaii men
i.f the evi ui. which is the principal
ii.i ans of : aisin : i inds to s ip| oi i
th. scholarship program foi the
more than 275 students at the
- i : Till \ Ml ss
I during the an-
ol Temple
l i.n School
i inday :. i nition of his
| ducation
irli by Dr.
u hi honor
I named "ii the
l sioi nniversary as
leadi i
liusi si .'i
Iis corn i w u scholai siii|
h. I hi .-
Stephi i ral chairmai
U* blai k-tie
unction, stress. tl ii t i. re will
I the ball Thi
I n dinnet ai I
Rabbi Visits Veterans Of
' Vietnam At Homestead AFB
I .iskei i In. i R ibbi S lon on
l-'i i< dland ol thi I iskei 'ongi
in the Bronx, N Y arrivi .1 in
! Miami ilu^ we*k and was met al
hi .ii:, oil bj U s A F i "ol. Hank
Vnuiur, who had i vil< i him to
, isit I hi sick and \\ .untied ;on i
.i i!.....st ad who hat iitu
.. om V'i. tnr
I: ibi Fl Ii ill.ii nVr. the lltli
i ,ii ion in a fa mi I) ol ral binical
.. i ai i ii s the til le '! "Mil at le
bbi" or "i he Mil acle Heali i "
, .i 11 it ol llie i'i.in is h< I
. ; i, rid i n v who wi re ill in
n ind oi bod Durit his sta> in
this Rabbi w ill iw al
\pl 'i 1560 Pennsylvai ... \
Miami Bi ach
' c cms. rvativi Hi brett day
si hool ii, Hi South.
A i. lephonc c w as Ii i!
'.' thi Ball's vi.....
'it L. Blum, Irving Cowan. Mr.
Ilellei Bernard N. n I rl> rt
Sadkin and I., onard Zilbet I in an
intensive i ffoi i to make th i vent
the most s i cessful In
l i-year history.
Wui king on the sch >l i
committee as i m hah mi n ore
Stephen Carm i M i
Myron II Cohen ahd >' u rj R >t1
The journal commit I e is h
' < ; orge .1 Talii nofl w ith Mrs.
1 Magid and Larrj Pask >tt
ochairmi n, at d Herbert
wald, Murry Kor tzk> and Harry
A I.i vy are on the lendanci
c mmittee Max Siln i
Ihi i ublic it ions co mitt
Max Bixl i man Is arra ts
chairman and v. ilti i k ,.
ochairman
His Excellency Moshe Kol. Israel's Minister of Tourism, ex-
tends his personal invitation to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Brown. Tiustees of Israel, and Michael Litvak, executive
director of the Israel Bond organization, for the 1970 Miam:
Oleh Regel pilgrimage, which will be departing fcr Israel
from Miami en July 14. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will be amoncr
the delegation of Miami Hcnorees of Israel on the annual
visit to Israel. Mr. Kol was in Miami to address a dinner
meeting on behalf of Capital for Israel c.t the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The Miamians will also meet with ?uch top-
level Israeli officials as Prime Minister Golda Meir and
Mcshe Dayan and will be the guests at a dinner tendered
by the Israeli Air Force.
Nathan Aiterman, 60, Poet, Author, Journalist
>.i I..; b> I di'.iing the B
oul b linst a'i
mption in the ;
and transl it
an laj s, he also speai ht ad ;
ivar.t-gai le i lebrew poetry, wi i '
,i. AVIV i.l'i'A' Nal
Vltirmai I | : authoi
\i urnalisl ho cl I the Is-
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: hi Saturday March 28, of
illow in:: an opera-
i Ion.
,, .,. ..- aw vklv w si arx i col n n
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..... ,Fridqy April 3.
Dr. Isaac Un'erman was the recipient oi the Jerusalem Peace
Award at the Beth Raphael-Forte Tcwers-Israel Dinner
Df State la.;t Sunday night. The award was conferred upo:i
Dr. Unteiman by Israeli diplomat Benad Avital. Joining in
he ceremony are Mrs. nterman and Rabbi David Raab
ip.ritual leader of Temple Beth Raphael. Some 300 mem-
bers of the congregation and residents of Forte Tcwers
loncred Dr. Unterman by purchasing S171.500 in Israel
3onds in response to an eloquent appeal by Rabbi Raab
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    Page 3-3
    Monorah Exhibit Has
    An art exhibit will be held at
    Tcmplo Menorah ai S p.m. Sunday
    featuring the works o( Dulee de
    eatriz and a briel discussion ol
    "The School oi Modern Impres-
    iiunists" by Boris I). Paul, curator
    ot the Lowe Gallery.
    A descendant o( a ni rwl
    noble Spanish famllv. Dull
    c ived her art education In n t-
    and Madrid and is listed as
    ajor mi dern in-., ressl
    40 Paintings
    in the international direc-
    : art, which also reprod
    I her work. Her paint!
    appeared in Life Magazi
    in owned by more than B
    Amei lean i olli ctors.
    than in paintings, mosl 1
    usWah ha\ been bsBrosved 11
    - will be on
    at the h mple. and opt t at
    tions will be presented
    i int ir and Airs. Nico Feldm i
    ;" the evening.
    f Serve your family the finest
    anischewitz
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    The :eam which produced the Temple Israel
    Sisterhood Donor Luncheon in the Sheraton-
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    Mr: Lawrence Singer and Mrs. Allan Salo-
    mon; Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, Mrs. Clifford New-
    mark, a cochairman of the event. Sisterhood
    president Mrs. Jerome Rado, Rabbi Joseph
    R. Narot, Mrs. Howard Novell and cochair-
    man Mrs. Herbert Lelchuk are standing.
    Donor-Installation Luncheon
    Miami Chapter 787, M'nai Brith
    Women, will hold a combination
    donor and installation luncheon in
    the Kden Roc Hotel at noon Tues-
    day. Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Both
    Kodesh Congregation will be the
    installing officer. Mrs. David A.
    Hess is donor chairmen
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    /"day. Ap,d
    Third Seder Launches Anniversary Celebration
    _______.....i f.... louriah <,r<>-,m/ The community-wide Third Seder an announcement by Dr. Michael
    O l bratton spontared bj the U- Soaain. president oi the llistad.ut
    , Hiatadrut Council oi South Council, and Samuel Feinateln.
    } .,, ida for Greater Miami Jewrj rbairman of its board oi directors
    ,c FontaineMefrii Hotel Thu.s- It will be the tecond visit paid to
    April -".. will launch tliis nus -,i rlebration ol ihc-i^iul au- f*.*.l- lii> nation's efforts in the
    Latin American nations and had a
    key role in the enllatmenl <>i their
    bwppoi i dui i ; ifter the Six-
    Day \\ 'in
    a special musical program and
    narration ara being airaoflad tor
    ih' Third Seder celebration. Dr.
    Soaain said.
    ]>r Leon Kconiah is honorary
    . :,;,i man ol the c\ mark the With <>f larael in May,
    1948 He will report on his
    tcnaivr conaultaUona with lewtm
    ..1 the llislinlriit iir.il Isr.i.l fox-
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    invitations to which will !* lesil
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    Jewiah organisations in Dado ami
    Broward OountJea, Mr. r>inatein
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    The evenl will also hlgbiigbt the
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    |.ainiinK and m ,
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    Scholarship Ball Hostesses Meet
    ,lday, March 27, 1970
    Mizrachi Chapters Join In
    )onsoring Concert Party
    Si
    The two newest chapters of theisth Awe. Included win i* slides
    zrachi Women's Organization and distinctive Israeli music, .-
    lla Clwptcl "I Miami Beach, curding to Mrs. Morion Zemel,
    rt GalU Chapter ol North Miami program chairman. Mrs. Kenneth
    ach. will eosponsor a concert
    evening after the
    ol [sra< II violinist
    and the Miami
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    .,,,. ts, will bo to
    I Israel.
    i is rving as
    | ialil committee ;
    o >noi and Mrs Max
    I lirmen. The
    i hairman is Mrs.
    Mrs. Max Rothen-
    \aron Katz are
    .;..-. ml Mrs Louis Furhs
    I, i fund-raising
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    ? other Jewish ,
    s, has been abW |
    Schools Mid vi> I
    it for thousands of under- !
    jiviicg l i .mi Israeli chil- ;
    Youth Aliyah, now
    |lrbratinv its 16th anniversary. ,
    Krnncth Swim will present a
    'our Through Israel" prognan in
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    lil Chapter Tuesday at H p.m. in i
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    Mi.urn Beach congregation.
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    1 3* 7" Ik. 7- Of &
    By PEGGY BEE
    The Mod Squad dressed up.
    cropped in and mixed it up at the
    :-:od party given by Sidney and
    -.ibriiui Uolofsky. The Wololsk>s
    are newcomers from Montreal and
    with many of their Canadian
    friends there. French was Uh
    Janguage of the evening.
    How do you say "way-out" In
    French? A coffee ii wise at i
    phere prevailed with psychedelic
    L-hts. mod posters, netting on
    the ceiling, a folksinger and love
    ids for all of the mm Some of
    e tuned in were Sura ... ai I
    \lbert WVintr.iul). Honey
    Julian IVursi.i.. .lu.'Uir An \ Bol>
    Traurig. Lois and Herb Sobel
    Miriam and Byron Oierha*. K*
    nd Ritchie Pallet, Dale an : H.nr>
    BehraMker, Babs and Lennj Park-
    er, Lynn and Sam Berkowttl,
    Joan and Herb Page, Hel-no a
    Maurice (irubair and lltfahka and
    Jack Axelroti. Jack had on a
    .thru, cut-out shirt that caught
    everyone's attention. Peace tj you.
    n cheris.
    iu:fi SendW. Mr. and Mo. Walt
    KttiiiiK and Sally's parents, Mr.
    and Mrs. Daniel liison. who drove
    in from Portsmouth, Va especial-
    ly for the party. Judge Harvey
    was anything but .Juridical in his
    black Edwardian suit, showing off
    his LO pound loss. Wouldn't it be
    a swinging court, if the judges
    could wear this new mode ol dress?
    Golf can sometimes be s re-
    I ime and it was whe n it
    meet
    w ere
    Mill
    i ighl
    How
    It's not easy to see mountains
    in Florida, but Irene and Marty
    Bamnnls fell hk they did. They
    inted I California for a week
    Ud 'no mountain d h
    : re jetting home. At Disney-
    . :, > discoven .1 they'n
    . iren at heart, but, they
    st checking it il el ire I iking
    : chil Iren there of course!
    :; re c '-e.es the judges -and
    c ie they did to Sand} ind Har-
    es. Kiseman's party.
    Iges were J ick Palk,
    Fred Band and Tom 0'< Dnnell,
    with thi ir wiv< s. Dick < r-
    tteln s thet
    D i. Id Kennedys I
    -
    ... .
    not s-> polit
    Shiriej -! S 'Wb t. Del-
    . : Seymour vVelnatfln, Mur-
    . Weinstoin, Ulce I Irvine
    w .instein ("Here Col
    - ns i Flo and Herb Werner,
    Frank Martin. Mr. all Mrs. \..r-
    !,; >ii!i QoUberg to
    Jackie Robinson when they
    playing on the same courw
    a long-ti "' u
    : : luced himself
    .. m you be? S i whi n Jackie
    lew re In town
    they m I at Cheryl and Milt's
    better than a hole-
    in-one. any day.
    To warm Claire and Howard
    Drnalns' new home, Immed
    South Mil ni n itored up to Hol-
    lywood. Doesn't that sound like
    parly English oountrysi insti I
    ' of late I 93? The house is a '
    dream, fit for a magazine layout I
    even down to the black and white I
    floral pap In the powder room/
    Clusters ol well-wWiers Included
    Both and Jay Sfinh-.trdt. Enid
    and Jack Kmuu, sue and Prod
    Diamond, Mareta and Hen stone.
    Lola and Harold Pomorants, Bnth
    m \i i,:i.i.s. SydeUe and Bid EC-
    fronaon, Thelma and SMnej
    Sehreer, Harriet and Prod Segal.
    c jjure was there l* aming
    v ith i 4 ''1'
    ish. s fill, d with If r gourmt t di -
    l tnk of the bay
    i: m w i> Bav C
    60 F. for Dottte and Evan OMtrt I
    party in their lovely new home
    After all. the only appropriate I
    wrap when your're eating filet
    mignon, n'eat oe pas? lYou knew
    mink Isn't m anymore? And
    some of us never even got "in'
    before we were out".I Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam ruder were there and
    Sam was beaming at his archi-
    tectural handiwork OHMS in the
    crowd were Betty ami OBII *"'>-
    nian. Joan and Lea llayet. Adele
    and Walter Kay*, Knth and Aim
    Chits kin. Jos. re and Murray
    Srbeeter, Boi>> and Stanley Gil-
    bert, Joan and Brud Tareehea.
    H.l.n and PWI 0BI1I Aviva
    and Harvey Davis, Pauline and ai
    Lewis, Ronnie and Lenny Greea-
    ntein and Florence and PWI Cook.
    Don'l di -pair, mink-lovi i
    :lcs.
    Friday. April 3
    Double-Ring Wedding Ceremony fJ
    Adeline Lerner find Howard DrecfaU
    Cantor anil Mrs. Handel
    Announce Sheri-Jo U HI
    Marry Michael >". Jacobs
    Cantor and Mrs Emanuel Man-
    del, ol 441 HE ITTth St., North
    Miami B. nch, announce the en-
    ea p m nt of their daughter, Sinn
    jo, to Michael S. Jacobs, sen;
    Mr. and Mrs Nathan Jacobs, 1498
    NE 177th St.. North Miami Beach.
    The bride-elect, who graduated
    from Miami Norland Senior High
    Scho I, will graduate from Miami-
    Dade Junior College In July. Her
    fiance Is a graduate ol Brooklyn
    Technical High School and City
    . of New York. He prt si nt-
    ly serves C0l National Corp. as
    regional manager.
    The wedding will take place al
    Both Torah Congregation, North
    Miami r>' ich, on Aug. 16.

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    Jfewirt thrkWam
    Page 7-B
    tak-Green Marriage Solemnized In Atlanta Switzerland Honeymoon Destination
    | BO:
    ?Stfrf Ga on Thursday.
    double-ring, 6:30
    %. Th<
    The new Mrs. Rossak. who was
    by hor father.
    ' *as Prfoimod s, .,,,,,, a dress of whit. V.-n. tian
    child.
    vvno is employ* d bj

    [net Genandes ft M
    m Won Friedman
    .
    ' 3684 NW
    . i". engage-
    ghti r. Harrk I
    Shi ridan F
    Mr. and Mrs.
    | .Tdl KE 21st
    Bi ach.
    ,i graduate i i
    .. School, n -
    pni from Mia I-
    . hi re she
    i i Kappa Si
    is pn sently a
    , rsity ol M
    Hei fianc is
    Bi ach Senloi
    c th University of
    Fionda vvhi re he was a
    . : :.-. psilon Phi fra-
    ;; s presi ntly nrolli d ir
    i .-crsity's School


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    lace o\( r beige silk organ/a for
    her wedding. She was attended by
    hor lister, Oail Shatta, and Peter
    Boaask served as his brother's
    lx si man.
    Thr couple will tx- making their
    home in <: orgia.
    Wendy Satin. Fiance
    Charles Citrin Plan
    June 21 Wedding
    Wi ndy Satin and her fiance,
    . harlt s < "it in, have s< t their w -d-
    :.: dati for Jum 21. the place
    Ti mpli !' th Sh< l< m, and the
    time at -' p.m., it has t>, n an-
    no need Rabbi Leon Kronish will
    i-1 foi m !: ceremony.
    Presently working for hi r Mas-
    ter'-: degree in Human Relations
    at New York University, thr bride-
    daughti r of Mrs. Anne Sat in
    i 4301 Royal Palm Aw., Miami
    I ach, and the late Seymour Satin,
    i graduated from Miami Beach High
    5 hool and lh University of Mi-
    .:-.,. when shi majored In the
    j Hist< ry ol Art.
    Her fiance, a student at New
    York University's Law School, is
    o n graduati of Miami Beach
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    on its skirt and train, and forming
    a hoi'iior on th< full sleeves. Her
    pttendants, attired in groens, bines
    and violets, Included Mary Treis,
    maid of honor, and brlcV smaids
    Suzan Nedbor, Nancy Cooper and
    Kan n Raben. T!i< ir bouquets re-
    nt at. d the color thenii
    Pa i Vaklivia served tin groom
    s I c Don Fuimarella, Robert Lundblad
    and Jonathan Kirschner.
    Sv Ita i land v. as th< couple's
    honeymoon destination; after a
    mi nth th> re they \\ iil retui n to
    make lh< Ir honti in Tampa until
    Mr. I nScal 'o' pad ition.
    HEAR EVEN THIS
    Plaza Building
    Suite 235
    245 S.E. First St.
    Miami, Fla.
    Telephone 373-1212

    MRS. Pill* 10 SCAlZO
    Hoti l Sunday, Mar. h 29 Rabbi
    Morris B. Chapman of St. Peters-
    burg of.ii lat< d.
    A graduate of Norland Senior
    High School, Miami-Dade Junior
    College and the University of'
    Smith Florida, the new Mrs. La
    Scalzo is the daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Samuel Kirschner, Jr., 1250
    NE 203rd St North Miami Beach.
    Her husband, the son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Phillip LoScalzo of Tampa.
    with graduate go on to dental
    v ill go on to dental school after
    he ; i lua 11 s from the I Inivc rsity
    I South Floi Ida in June.
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    Pcge 8-B
    -Jenisfi fkrUtaun
    Friday
    2ch
    Telliii|> II Like
    II Is .
    f ranee* JL^thman
    Marcie Kanner sent greetings
    by Aaron, who was at Mount Sinai
    : i ..tnnci a meeting. n, do rv thing for him!" Sails
    Goldman (Iliad me in on Ihe cours-
    - ir 'i taking while her husband,
    n works on ins Master's de-
    l bad a grand time seeing
    everybody, but when Kabbi Lehi- |
    man WPf,|aLMW day before I svp
    i., gO hoini'. anil sauT Will' W8s
    earning next day, i decided much
    ;.- I love Balk I couldn't stay an
    . \iia day to see her.
    WANTED
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    to share large office
    in prime North Dade-Miami Are-
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    Art and Claire Rosichan came
    by she always looks M il she
    stepped out of a fashion magasdw
    Then there were Ruth Kannei.
    Mia, Harry Schiff, Mrs. Slilney
    rvi to There were so many wall-to- s,.nwarl/. Mas, Albert Barnuu-k.
    I, siok thai and besides you wall things wall-to-wall people, Aln. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Jack
    j.,t to s, j hi ha\i n't seen wall-to-wall eat,is and wall-to-wall sgfc^^rtz, Mrs. Inez Kraaaky. Mm
    in ages. S nan) people came to phone calls, that I take this means p^yllis Qarber, Mrs. Ben Zion
    ,, Lai and after ol expressing my wail-to-wall Qinsburg, Mrs. .leanet te Good and
    1 got '.,!- I was kept busy re- thanks to all of you! all of he'f out-ot-town relatues.
    menH H if seeing To ^.^ Ullh comae, my ^^ lol. my sUKlonls |roni
    nemori they mother, son Jere, and daughter-in- Nautilus junior High School. th<
    I
    aw, Shirley, were there every day vulllu,(Sl aiul most adorable eall-
    to >,-, me. Sue Stevens was In; ,. j nad were Joni tMra. Stanley I
    S. BERNARD LAVINE
    INTERIOR DESIGNER
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    r\eweavittg
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    Far Th*t ';l(ii,on< _oo
    Alterations <0f qmr- c~e-
    ind Udioi. Wa imii.iii in
    Knits and fi lippori.
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    CARPETING
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    r Hotels Moteli 4 Apti
    she hasn't changed an lota. iShe's
    a research teacher in Dade's pub-
    - m. I St. ., i l Mrs.
    Harold I Turk, who teach
    lish at Miami P.. aeh High School,
    carries pictures in her bag which
    Tat'\ Carolyn (Mrs. Donald I Bar-
    ic, Marilyn 'Mrs. Harr> Smith.
    and : ert ipiro.
    Florence Kupperman, "as fit to
    l, tied, although every '
    s,, in. .t to bo ii placi .' -' ms
    the whips -it at th ., hand.pj( k, ,1 cv. ry stalk
    _. ai rJchildr. n. Irma Hem
    1.. vin said sh didn't feel
    ... well, but r* vet h sh look) 'I
    : g. ous ('ai olj n ai d Manny
    I uck can', o se me too Mann>
    was bei i I falI i
    '. Ith las son, Georgio, w h< n
    i HI k' I SIN .M I-
    er, and the
    , ook had cul ofl tips and
    . ..'.ki .i just i hi si i ks she said
    that's the ..\ sh< 'll!
    i in. night 1 t. ll asleep i at I
    I awoke, the nui se told nw
    I'd had visitors tiptoeing around
    room in si ai ch of a pencil and
    Donald and Esther Rubin stop- something to write their names on.
    i between \ NIj vtaitora had been Mrs. Ray-
    lose, nephews and nteees Bai oi ,,,,, ppiner. Trudj Hamerschlag
    Mitzvah. 1 ve lost track ol and H,.tlv Baiter. Hia an(1 Carlo
    Iheir number, but then enough Corelli stopped in on Valentine's
    eep them on the run. One day ,,,. ,,-., ta associated with the
    i.u/ Plaza Hotel." Dr. Hy Uaber
    1 came back from X-liay to find
    n note sayings "llo|io yon said
    cheese!" I knew even before I
    turned thi card aver that my vis-
    Itors hail been Henry and Dotty
    Morns. Sol SiImi inau deserves a
    HK-rtiil for taking Mollic to sic all
    I er sick friends she has so many,
    MoUie i Mrs, Maurice) Sh. in
    and Dodo iMra. Samuel) Falick
    are machiteneae, so i saw only one
    set of pictures. Their kids have
    moved to Atlanta, anil they take
    turns visiting them. Reva (Mrs,
    Irving i Waxier, Del (Mrs. Ray-
    mond) Kuhin. Mrs. Martin S|>ec-
    ter, Mrs. Buddy Kramer, Mrs. Hy
    Kaplan, Mamie Smith ami Iht
    daughter Ma May and son-in-law.
    William Turner il>oth teachers)
    plso paid me a \isit.
    and Juliet were regulars, Where
    she got all those things to make
    me laugh I'll never know. Myra
    "Mrs. Aaron i Karr was another
    one who dashed in almost ev.i >
    day.
    If your name isn't here, it is
    because I ran out of spaoe this
    i' irk. My wall-to-wall thank you
    may Ik' continued next week.
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    (FOR WIDOWER)
    Must be intelligent individual,
    live in or out, days of employ-
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    So borrou the money, and for somt : lt
    We'll u b \ou Jamaican skies i>>r s.\ gotj
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    (Sot including air, or ( leopatra's 1..-,, )
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    Equipped for A-1 recording. We are the enly
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    Lot us put your voice in the profession 'ield
    in a short time.
    If you have a song in mind call us for profes-
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    April 3. 1970
    +3m*st>fk)rkharl
    Pcce 9-B
    f^de Youth To Take Part
    Encounter With Chabad"
    thl, too Dade County
    inuh Khool biw
    . entertained by
    ,rone( Hotel com-
    .Vl nd am inn peclal
    . ii, ,bad" sponsoi
    . Lubavitcher Voutli Or-
    will ;i\-1 Bttond il" Chas-
    ; ,.,,.,i Saturday i
    iami Bench Audi- ,
    ,i,.. Chassidic
    fii-si presentntion
    station "i Jew-
    Will Ih'
    - p.m program
    ,| bj -i'me
    ... cl will Im' the
    Cantor
    : : Who IS
    Itj m m
    Yometco Theatres
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    10 ACADEMY
    AWARD NOMINATIONS
    hard Burton
    Ienevieve Bujold
    Hai.Waiiis
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    the outstanding musical
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    iJS? STAW
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    ,H^rs of Music, Comedy
    ^'ngand Dancing
    "r"os Performance from
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    "w Show Every Week
    1 plui Feature Film
    ek on Screen
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    ,JJ CINEMA THEATRE
    J5 Wash7.,qton Avenue
    531-6202
    Eve. $,.75
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    trhvrv I In- hi if iittriirliim is...
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    FT. LAUDERDALE HANDICAP SATURDAY, APRIL 4
    DAILY DOUBLE
    FIRST
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    R C S fc H V A T i O N S
    & PERFECTAS > %\ 1:15
    SHOSHANA DAMARI
    HEDVA & DAVID YOfl DAN
    THE CARMEL ISRAELI DANCERS
    FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
    A OTHERS
    MIAMI BEACH
    AUDITORIUM
    SATURDAY. MAY 2. WO
    8:30 P.M.
    $6.50. 5.50, 4.50, 3.50 at box office. Mail orders accepted,
    checks payable to: Miami Beach Auditorium.
    Information and GROUP DISCOUNT phone 534-3688
    BARNETT 8REESKIN, CONDUCTOR
    g, SYMPHONY
    YOSEF YANKELEV, ISRAELI VIOLINIST
    Overture To Semiramide
    Symphony No. 40 G-Mmor
    Sleeping Beauty Ballet
    Violin Concerto
    Rossini
    Mozart
    Tschaikowsky
    Dvorak
    SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 8:00 P.M.
    Tickets $3.50, $2.75, $2.50, $1.75
    on sale at Miami Beach Auditorium
    Box Office Daily
    r Serve your famiiy the finest ^
    Manischewitz
    FOR PASSOVER
    Everything from soup to nosh!
    .;;f^8JHW&ar strict fiabSlplcal s.uper^snoC CeililicaTs onteiuest
    Distributed in this area by
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    rru
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    SAT. EVENING
    APRIL 4th, 8:30 P.M.
    Miami Beach Auditorium
    ADMISSION
    $2.50 3.50 5.00
    TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
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    At Your Synagogue or At The Headquarters
    1257 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
    At Richards, Jefferson's (downtown) and Sears.
    + SPECIAL STUDENT RATE: SI 50 ^
    $2.50 tickets in very limited supply-
    NO SOLICITATIONS OF FUNDS
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    Page 10-B
    +Jmtsii nvrkffair
    FridaY. April
    during the annual memorial Aby h S Perl mm iry Cam
    service commemorating the -'Tib >' nl
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith wee keynote speakers at a
    recent "newly involved" cocktail party in the home o! Mr.
    und Mrs. David Feinberg attended by 42 couples. A follow-
    up meeting will take place on Tuesday at the home of
    Mrs. Jercme Kipnis. From left are Mrs. David Feinberg.
    hostess; David Feinberg; host; Mrs. Martin Gelb. and
    Martin Gelb.
    In Loving Memory
    ii
    MEYER "MIKE
    FORER
    A Good Life Has Its
    Number of Days...
    But a GOOD NAME
    Lives on FOREVER!
    We Miss You Very
    Much ....
    Your Family,
    Ida, Henry, Mindi, Joe
    and Grandchildren
    Jack, Michael and
    Anna Louise
    Entered Into Eternal Rest March 29, 1967
    534-1577
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    A L'Academie Montessori Center is a privately financed pre-school with day care
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    becoming aware of the need for early education. This awareness, coupled with the
    increasing number of working mothers is creating a tremendous need for day care
    facilities throughout the country. L'Academie Montessori, in cooperation with a panel
    of blue ribbon educators, creates a model for pre school education in America. A
    $27,000 investment for qualified individuals or investor groups, and we build a fully
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    the building, train the staff and faculty, providing a completely equipped TURN-KEY
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    Apr-'
    1970
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    following the
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    April "- mi do
    ','r and Mrs li> i rl Pii
    - 74 Ct.. will
    A i at Pa
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    i aa I 'i: al ft th
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    Naomi Pincus
    Jama Gerard
    Ciirlos Benhaim
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    Mrs 3aral Mam Mi ni B
    randfather. Julius Pin-
    f Los An :. les Calif., will be
    : i l r th orcasii >n as well as
    Fornia. New \
    l'i' leno 1:1 and Chics i I
    MARK REIFKIN'D
    M irk, thi- son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Jul Ri iffcind ol North Miami
    Reach, observed his Bar Mitzvah
    S iturday, Man h 28, al B. Mi
    i" : gation,
    Mai i sti l< nt at John F,
    Junl tr HI
    attends Beth Torah'a Harold Wolk
    Religious School, where he plans
    lo oi timu his Ji wish educatioi
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    T brai I is a si i l< nt in
    nf irmal
    ol 57 12.
    < MH.OS BKMIAIM
    Carl' S son ol Mr ai I v
    Vlberto Benhaim, will btcome a
    Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
    April 1. in ceremonies conducted
    b> Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz at
    . T. mple Menorah.
    Foil
    ,1-1- Indent at \ml i
    Hi -: :. \ .. i is iii the t mpl
    grade held in is >ro I I iui i
    5. I 11.

    ANTHONY ARON
    Anthony Eugene, the son ol Dr
    and Mrs. Jai i% Aron will be called
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    iwiisli Floridian
    April 3. 1970
    Section C
    lian H. Darsky Will Receive
    s Louis D. Brandeis Award
    Im. skj > (under of
    [., .! b ittler
    and a Dot-
    ty ] ind V. in si
    I ;,.. roc pient
    . 11 Brand* is
    L i Orgoniza-
    ri' i
    i | Aill be given
    [f ;.! Dim
    . ihe South
    I i i Zionist
    m Sun-
    IA i the Deau-
    |Ai il p ': i:l'
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    recalls that little business which
    las grown tu be the American
    B" > igi ( orp ration, th.- nation's
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    < >hi" and also Ihe HH i ew In'sti-
    till "i. i He in th-
    Kiwanis Club Inter
    is form r pi I'sident ol the V iui
    town Bottlers \ 11 n ii
    .i member ol the Boai i ol D
    tnl s .'l I '.: Y hi tov n !'. Ii
    tioi of Charil 11 has > i
    ti\ locall) in- th< Biard of Dire
    t rs .ii Hi-- Miami N- I
    and the M ink o Mi iml R
    and has i i sen ed for i -
    years on the Board of Direct rs
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    Bea< h and the I Ire iti Mian H
    bn \r id 'my. I! is a 32n I d '
    grei .1 is m n a ti ustee
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    ( ommitti i and a tr sti the
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    i,on. a found) i ol Mount Sinai
    D.n -. has
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    v, Is and in e\ j ph -. : th
    work "ii b h ill il ', .1. i ish
    Si ite an I especi II) foi I. n Si
    er where he has conl ver
    S50.000 towards I
    ol th) Nathan II Darsky Don
    torj which ws
    Jiu!l;i living Cyji-n ar.il
    son Stephi n L'j pen, a
    M mi Bra ttttoi Ii ive b
    I el man if the dis
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    the Nu'han II Di
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    Home's Auxiliary To
    Hold Donor Luncheon
    Those friends ind mem'wrs whi
    . .
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    k room completed their donor pledges to
    v
    h do the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
    DRIVE-UP
    WINDOWS
    Now Give You
    FASTER Service
    with maximum
    sit-in-your-car" comfort!
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    Deposits Insured Up To $20,000 Each Depositor
    COUNTY NATIONAL
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    .791 N E. 167TH STREET. AT N.E 8TH AVENUE
    X PHONE 947-4521 A
    Looking over a corr.prshensive report en Jewish education
    mads to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's board of
    directors after a 10-monlh study, are David B. Fleeman.
    chairman ci the Federation's Community Planning Comm::-
    tea, and Mi'.tcn Weiss, president o! the Federation.
    Mis. Emanuel Mentz, acting president of the Miami Beach
    ( Eiadassah, is shown presenting an award to
    Davis L. Stattcn, Jr.. vice president of Mercantile National
    Be.nk ci Miami Beach, in recognition of his "dedicated
    commi nal service."
    iliary, which contributes $1,350 per
    month y ar 'round towards the
    maintinance ol the Jewish Hom<
    for the Aged, will be the honored
    rucsts ill the group's annual donor
    luncheon In tin1 Rubaiyal Room ol
    the Algieis Hotel Sundaj noon.
    Mis Trud; Hamerschlag. chair-
    man ol the day. will Rive the mes-
    sage ol w( Icome; the invocation
    will be given by Mrs. l'.:>st> Roth,
    donor journal chaiiman. Mrs. So
    Silverman, honoiary lif.' pr sidi nt
    ;n il building find chairman, will
    pn side o\i r the annivi rsary can-
    lighting ceremony. Mrs. Mai -
    thn <",:i. "!m i gi r. donor proj i I
    rhairman, will be one >l the chair-
    itm ii wh i will n ceive il"- i
    1 thanks ol Auxiliary president Mrs.
    i nwrfi ce Silvt rman for thi ir oat
    standing achievenv nts
    There are now 222 senior citi-
    zens residing in the Jewish Honn
    i r th Agi d. (Douglas Gard) nsi
    local'.I at 151 NK 52nd SI T u
    Institution is a monument i i all
    whosi efforts have helped to put
    it among the top ranking old age
    homes in t!' United States, bul
    especially to its founder, Miami
    . |, ..,., | Mrs Isidor Cohi n, 93, w ho
    came to tins area as a young bride
    in 1896 and i an no i ok back on
    i fruitful life with many accom-
    I lislimt nls.
    Mrs. Louis Mako\-sky, program
    hairman, has arranged for the
    ,,i.|h aranee ol baritone Gil Mar,
    |IOpuiai Latin American sii
    who has appeared In many ol
    Miami a ai h's hoti Is
    Shown planning annual joint installation dinner and dance
    held by Freedom Lodge and Sunny Isles Lodge, B'nai
    B'rith at the Deauville Hotel, are (from left) Harry Solomon
    chairman, and Sol Kaye. president, oi Sunny Isles; Free-
    dom Lodqe president Theodore R. Nelson, Herman J. Nudel-
    man, Purim Ball chairman, and Sidney Cohen, general
    ad journal chairman.
    North Shore JWVA Meets
    \ Mi Shore I Bdles Auxiliary
    Ni 677. Jewish War Veterans will
    meet In the Washington Federal.
    1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
    ,., !, at t 30 p.m. Wednesday.
    Noith Miami Beach Mayor David Lapham is shown with
    Mrs. William Green, (left) Mrs. Joseph Racklin and Margaret
    Holschauer of the North Dade Chapter. Women's American
    ORT, as he signs ORT Day proclamation.


    iaY' ApTir
    V Announces Appointment
    To lsi Board Of Trustees
    Sam Seitlin, president of the
    v\l YWHA ol Greatcs Miami; has
    announced the appointment ;>
    number i ddcn\s
    v i rusti > -
    -';: it ion.
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    Promim nt m
    nitj is v i II as thi 'V
    id (.Minis-. ct, its pn sent and
    us incoming b rd >! din c ors arc
    expected to be present for the
    annual "April in Miami Ball" and
    champagne danc S I ve-
    rting in the grand ballroom ol the
    'Y.'ttSOO SW 8lh St. Reservations
    ay be msdi by calling Jack
    Gob at the v.'
    *
    How to Keep Your Family
    Healthy'' will bt the topic at the
    meeting of 'V Women Wednes-
    day at 10 a.m. in the Golden KeKy
    Rootv of the Y.' Lennye stein of
    the He nt Association -.sill discuss
    diets and recipes, and th film
    'Eat tu You;- Heart's Content,"
    narrated b. Tony Randall will bi !
    MELROSE
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    Mr. and 5
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    Committ
    lh first ol the two four-wei k
    - --. ins will begin on M i
    June 22. tb< second will begin on
    Monday, July 20 Six parate pro-
    grams an u Ing | lain i I all of
    which will be under the direct
    supt '.;-!(: of Efraim H. Gale, i \-
    cutive director; Miriam S
    !. i g, director, group sen let Dr,
    Alexander Tudor, health and phys-
    ical education direct >i I June
    Fried, director of c uts.
    The 4 day Mace..:' C >
    ,,r .s'j-4 yi from
    1 a.m. to 4 par... is gi for 4 to
    v years olds. u.\'
    in all day progi ams kinder-
    ;arten through
    f the Camp A Im nt igran -
    If r.:::.; II -
    ith r for fifth ai I s .
    . i Itural Arts C in I i I !
    ilds will I '
    i week from 2:15-3:-*c
    ftve-d lys-a-wi ek Fui ai I Plaj
    Cam] toi first thi >ugh tl
    rs ill bo in session fi >n 2-4: 10
    Fi r furthi : i rma-
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    presently hen 15 lents. Plans ca'l I
    Women's League Sets
    Three-Day Conference
    lo crccon
    i to remain log
    :: .tulicn.
    cMeatli
    Thi Florida Branch of National
    it's l eague, Unit d Syn i-
    ol America, will hold its
    mnh rrsary Spring Confer-
    in the Dupont Pla/a Hotel
    M ij I 5 I I Mrs Arthur J.
    is innounced,
    Mrs. Mildred S. Cohen of North
    Miami has hoi n named chairman
    .1 the Ci ttfi rence Mrs. Martin
    Geilman ol IV n Sinai. Holly-
    wood, has I en appointed vice
    chairman of the three-day confer-
    i i i which will highlight Sister-
    hood cd tioi il act -\ itu s. anil is
    i Kpecti d i draw d< li gat< b fr im
    each of thi 31 Conservative Sis-
    : hoo Is In th< Stati of Florida.
    Mrs ", -: ard S Bi i man of Pat-
    N ." > .1 b" :!.' national
    ns .'.. for the confer-
    .-. .. ,-. innoui i Mrs. Bar-
    man, who la currently serving as
    I'.N Bepresentativi for National
    en's Leagui and is accredited
    r< the i' N. and th U.S. Mission
    t.' the IN. serves as secretary
    I Women I niti I for United Na-
    tions Women observers to I'.N.
    and i- on the board of the Social
    Action Commit tei
    Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Miami
    Bi ii ri's T< mple Emanu-El will
    conduct a Kallah Torah studs si I
    sion entitled, "Choose Life that
    Thou Mayest Live, Thou and Tin
    Seed" during the session. Follow-
    ing t!> mam presentation by Rab-
    bi Lehrman, thi audience will lx'
    ! divided into "thoughtshops" con-
    ducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
    ol T< rnpli Ni r Tamid, Rabbi Mil-
    ton Schlinsky, Temple Adath
    Yi shurun. and Rabbi David Sha-
    piro Temple Sinai Hollywood.
    The crganizat n's officers will
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    J.arii
    3. 1370
    ki*f fhriiitr
    Page 3-C
    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    \?similatioii Is Basic Issue
    .p,, .|.Vili Florl.lian:
    ,.;unst rc-
    - .UC of i> Tl
    r form rabbis in
    press s> me quea-
    Inirarg '' "' ; ,".us'
    l.
    - arpened by.
    ! i daj schools
    . ,., | one wonders
    .-.!, ,,Md,y
    , caldevelpp-
    I iism, which
    '-,;, :t compelled
    : our tradl-
    ,s The de-
    , i i.-ii
    \ emulate the
    nt iChris-
    -,- .n i>f new
    iv! melo-
    . >mble the
    the Christ "
    ation why
    it-
    law**" n
    :
    [
    I
    ba: --
    th

    the "
    Christmas Lees can be on display
    in J wish homes, I U>1 il lisn
    gard f r Kathr-rth, the avidity to
    be identified with the dominir
    religions elements have in no way
    lessened the strength of anti-
    semitism. With these practices the
    incidences of intermarriage and
    conversion has grown to about
    23';.
    Germany, where Jewish Re-
    formis'Tt hid great infl i--
    good example of the futility <>?
    this premise It Is also significant
    h-t ninny '>f the po Jews developed precisely in the
    cities where assimilationism was
    strong. (These histoiical facts may
    ' be documented liter in another
    letter to tho editor.)
    In its basic Sense die issue tiiit
    c intrants us is assimi'ationism. It
    is an old disease, which began with
    "r >nvn if .Jewish history; the
    adoption at times of pag in woi
    in Canaan, the seductive econ imic'
    and cultural hires of the Baby-
    lonian period, the Hellenist in-
    fluence, and its emphasis on the
    sensual pleasures of life, produc-
    ed some negative effects on Jew-
    ish thought and practice. With the
    rise of Christianity ind its do-
    minance in Europe, an ei a c
    1 known th" I .k A
    1.CO0 ye nsi, the fore '. c i
    sion u! Jews, if njt outrun! ex-
    termination, was the comm n n
    tice.
    The glorious history of out
    great schools of learning, the aca-
    demies established in Palestine ind
    Babylonia, and later the renowned
    yeshh i- speci ill) i". tho e istem
    .....t of Eurooe served as irsenals
    Of great intellectual weapons ;o re
    pel the onslaught ol assimilation-
    ism in the different periods of
    Jewish hist >ry.
    We arc against n ligious instruc-
    In the public ;chi>i. system,
    but what has thi* to do v. ;th
    Jewish day schools? There is at
    enl a iesire in our Jewish
    youth t i leai n mure about its
    :t- Igion, traditions and
    history The day sohi>ol would
    . the purpose of ;mp-irtm_-
    this r.i "' led-'. Bj ir stilling a
    reverence for Torah, and d ; ins-
    trating the ipplication ol Torah to
    th< : : bl .:.- >! to i iv. tile Jewish
    day school would serve as a bul-
    wark against tlie influence o: mis-
    guided reformism on our youth.
    The religious day schools must
    irted by our entire Jewry
    We must work to accelerate their
    growth to prepare for the struggles
    aheid, one of which is assimila-
    ism, and prepare a veritable
    t rtn ss >l strength for our Jewish
    p ipl I n generations to come.
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    *.leftist fkridinn
    Friday. AprL
    il 3
    Mrs. Ilvnian Kolko Is Named
    Mizrachi 'Mother Of Year'
    Haber Installed As President Of The Mortgage Brot
    _. ... i ...... tatBlLul m nv I'in'iiil ('null JuiIlv Milton A. is ;i Iruei
    M. hin J. Haber was install d as
    , resident <>l tin Mortg igc Brokers
    ,\ssociati m of South Florida Sat-
    urdaj i w nin ; in ceremonies con-
    ducted at the Dupoitf I'la/.i Hotel
    All nine of the chapters of the
    I mi it.i Council, Mizrachi Wom-
    -. irganization of America arill
    young newcomers, and aids young
    people from anj quarter of the
    world as th > arrive in Israel,
    the training ami integration of
    MKS. HYMAN KOLKO
    KOSHER CATERERS
    Under tokbinica) Supervision
    BAR MITZVAHS
    WFnniNG PARVfS
    SPfCIAUIIHC IH HO/ME CATfRING
    AND HOTEL WORK
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    888-3460
    If No Answer f>i:ii 8r,6--i6
    too SWALLOW DBffVB,
    MIAMI SPRINGS
    I
    JAWWEK
    house:
    f A writ/ J a pun tat MIAMI
    SPRINGS
    VILLAS
    IN DEES RUN IH-IIII
    participate in the gala annual
    Youth Aliyah Mother of the
    year Luncheon in the Cotillion
    Room of the Eden Roc Hotel .it
    i oon Thursday, April 9.
    Mrs. Hymnn Kolko. president of
    HatUcvah chapter, will !> honored
    ;.- the Mother of the Year, at>
    i rdlng to an announcement made
    by Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida
    emu cil coordinator. Mrs. Leonard
    l osan, she said, will serve as:
    u: man of th.' luncheon.
    The Mizrachi Women's Organi-
    xotion ol America is one of the
    four irganizations comprising t h-1
    t ooi linatlng Committee for Youth
    Aliyah in the United States. In the
    mon than three decades since its
    il i | Mon. Youth Aliyah has estab- ,
    lished a record in the fields of,
    icscue, rehabilitation, restoration
    .-.Mil training. In addition locating
    for its present charges, it aids in
    Continental Orders
    For Passover Foods
    Must be Placed Now
    ( Miami
    > ,i their ordi r for a traditional take
    l isovei Si di i
    menu, or items si l< eti d fn
    list ol i xpertly prcnan d
    i d, n aiiy -ton at Passo\ cr : tods as
    i arly as pi ssibli in oi dei to be
    sured ol si i\ ici The numbi r ol
    Continental's custom rs from Key
    West to Palm Beach has grown
    Idly that this year the final
    date for receipt of your order and
    deposit has been set for Sunday.
    April IL"
    As it has for tin past 10 years.
    Continental offi rs to do all your
    cooking for you so thai you may
    enjoy your Seders in your own
    home among your own family and
    friends. All fomis prepared are
    Strictly Kosher for Passover, and
    a full line of the famous Morrison
    "v Circuit Court Judge Milton a
    i ; tedman.
    Also Installed were Seymour
    Gold ami Ronald An* vice pn k>
    idents; John J. Nahrgar*. treas-
    urer and Bettj Lehman, secretary,
    ami tin- ni i>o ml of directors,
    including Waltet Falk. Edward
    tVinstcin, Leo Shey, Kay Sawyei
    and Chat in.
    Mi 11 il. i co-ow tier ol Guard
    Ini Mot l !:< & Investment Corp.,
    I. just been nominated as \ ice
    I esidenl of I istrict (>ne, Flot id i
    - association Hi
    : ,,,:'.....I Tempted
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    . 1 i- is totaling SSO or mote; on
    smaller orders a small delivery
    1 luurgc is made or you may pick
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    April 3. 1970
    * Mewlsii FhritMaun
    Page 5-C
    wu;
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    11% I I SIRKIH
    "**d
    nts in the recipe fo' y< st Cuke, published
    . jsue ,.| The Jewish Floridian .\.i- accidntall) lefl
    our readers called ii io our attention, and we
    jilted tin cro reel d recipe below.
    When you are in the mood tor a good, simple cake which
    be served with 1111- formalitj or even enjoyed with your
    L(|V ,,i breakfast, 'i"-s one la pleasingly tweet and ligrtf with ,i
    I texture Rood plain or with icing or jam.
    \ i 1ST CAKE
    cup "'
    mp warm nnlk
    I package ,!>
    cu? sugar
    gsji on -.lit
    -.-
    >, cup -"ft butter
    4'; in S <"ipv regular Hour
    i teaspoon vanilla
    1 teaspoon fresh grotod
    lemon rind
    2 drops yellow food coloring
    rp m xing I. disj live ycaat in water and add milk,
    j,- m\\ i sofl butter, food coloring and about half of the
    : Mix until noolh, add vanilla, grated lemon rind. Add re-
    h II) kneading until you can handle the dough
    by. Knead mlmttes, until the dough is smooth and
    itic Greasi' i clenn bowl with ;i few drops of oil Place dough
    | it, | to grease the top. Let stand in warm place
    til doubled in size. Punch down, knead lightly
    livklo In h :" to make two small balls. Roll between your
    lids to maki tw i rop -: twist them around each other to form
    Hi or mj shape you like on a greased cookie sheet. Allow
    |i bout 50 minutes. Brush t'M' with milk, and place in pre-
    i :- iven and bake 25-30 minutes When cool, top with
    pg ind garnish with chopped almonds, if desired.
    k ., ing, iieat l cup confectioners' sugar with white of
    Id a few drops of water if too stiff. Garnish with cup
    lopped lilaiK'hi d almonds, if desired.
    Piirim has just passed, and Passover will soor bf IlUt ft I
    I'brate uur beautiful holiday of freedom with many bradit/inal
    Btoms and haints. The special foods for Passover have been
    jwloped ihrouch the generations, which makes them delicious
    i!. One hi the more famous dishes is roatzo-balls, or as we
    them in Mamc-Loshen "Knekiiacb." There are various ways
    prepare thou delicate balls, hut basically they are made of
    un-meal, eggs and fat. Try to serve them at least once during
    y holiday; otherwise, the "Haggadah" will be somewhat sad .
    MATZO BALLS
    |1 cui> warm water
    I- tbls. chopped onion, fried
    |1 tbls. chicken fat
    or margarine
    |1 tsp. salt
    \. ruji matzo meal
    Dash of pepper
    ombini eggs, water, fried onions, fat and seasoning in a
    P bowl; mix with a fork and add matzo-meal. Set aside for
    minutes,
    While you heat g large pot of water to which 2 teaspoons
    it has been added, take a small amount of the dough" and
    'hun in Marne-Loahari "Keldlach." Thnv are various ways
    <<' Drop the halls into the boiling water and cook about 20
    '' ''- Drain and serve
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    junior camper Andrew Mam-
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    Mamber ol Miami Beach, ready
    and willing. The popular North
    Carolina camp for boys and
    girls has frequent get-togethers
    for campers during the school
    yecr. j
    The guests and management of the Kent Hotel recently
    organized an evening or. behaif of Israel and raised 31500
    for the Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation. Pictured above are Mr. and
    Mrs. Gil Menaker, owners of the Kent Hotel, presenting the
    check to Sender M. Kaplan of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation. Left to right, David Klein, Mrs. Ann Menaker.
    Gil Menaker, Sender M. Kaplan, and Mrs. Ethel Waldfogel.
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    way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
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    ?cce fc U
    +Jeisi< ncridiair
    Fridov
    April
    books for
    young
    readers
    By MADGE ROSEXBA1 M
    With Israel in the daily news
    I (vi ryone'a thoughts, yo ng
    . | i ill in clamoring for books
    . t the row!.!'... Its pi
    1 .. and politics. Manj new books
    this category ha>
    -. d; many ha\ been > :
    br ught up to date, ?.;;<.i n
    : nted in thi
    i iginal form.
    Th" foil iwing an i
    mb. r of books for youi
    and children covering this -
    All the furious Patties. I.v Irvine
    Wentcta. Meredith Press, itc
    jiac<-. $4.96.
    This saga of Israel's army. writ-
    It n for young peo| le agi l- and
    vividly recalls the background
    story ol Israel's Defense Force.
    Jews, who fled to Palestine and
    settled there in the late !9ih Cen-
    tury because of the violent anti-
    Semitism sweeping Europe won
    ,.,\out scholars ami students and
    . (re not trained as fighters. Th y
    found, however, that to survive
    even in Jerusalem they had to
    fight in self defense. And so th
    'Shomrim" (meaning watchmen'
    . as organized.
    The next step in the army- de-
    velopment was the "Hashomer." a
    Jargtr and botnr trai d group.
    These guardians stood by in all
    outlying regions ready to protect
    I i xpanding ct mmunitb i Nt \i
    ne t... "Haganah." (the H,-
    , w word meaning d< f' nst I
    The Haganah ( volvcd si >w Ij bt -
    caust of a lack of recruits But it
    . .. ntua l.v grew to he a verj
    :; nt arm <>f the Israeli Dt ft
    . lut igl out th< I20'
    . i at i
    .. ., .
    ; i I I.V -
    [ought
    1
    i th


    .... \ -
    de W'ingal
    ...
    custom
    catering
    In May of 193M. how ver. the
    -.-, idsh, k r tin I b h rship ol
    Minis! : n amber-
    i 5tui low to the
    lews of P by issuing a
    u!: :'.~ I H "Pall S-
    stin< W1 i( '""'
    Ihe tra I ':> S S Struma.
    Setback ifter seti ack br
    ,i teers
    was ''l hi
    I at the a
    14. Th y 'a- n train d in guerrilla
    I \-.m its in
    ...!.. t< ch-
    . .t, force was
    Political Advisor To
    Atldress ZO A's Meetii
    ' hi Six
    AN pan
    (lam Hill | Dj LOA's .
    s. v. .1 in tnai
    past four y<
    luiins th. Ca ,
    the ful in
    The 1940's brou tore fight-
    Israi I, and i w ryone was
    ready to defend the country. Th.
    time had come to orgai >/ an air
    force, but it was not until 191S
    when the Arab-Israeli war was
    laging and American Col. Mickey
    Marcus was in command of the
    t. : iaiem > ctor that th. Hagan in
    was finally formalized Into a reg-
    ular army. The following year, Is-
    rael's Parliament passed a con-
    scription law which drafts all Is-
    raeli young men and women.
    Unfortunately the Arab-Israi II
    situation has not Improved with
    the passing of years and so the
    isra< II Deft nse Forces n main a
    very valuable branch of the gov-
    ernment, playing an inestimable
    ; ait in th 5" < I itieal tim. s.
    V Is will find tl
    since
    ,. contaii a suggi stcd n ading
    I), nl Ind. \
    Toby Udell, the daughter ci Mr.
    and Mrs. Elmer Udrll. 111C NE
    Si North Miami Baa h.
    became the b:ide oi Howard
    Mi'min, who00 porr-n'.s, Mr.
    m : Mrs. Philip Mlman are
    residents of West Hollywood, in
    the Cotillion Room of the Eden
    Rcc Hotel. The 8:30 p.m. cere-
    monies took place Saturday.
    March 28.
    Robert Horton Starring As
    'Zorba' In Grove Musical
    RoNrt Horton is starring bi the
    musical version of "Zorba" ul the
    Coconut Grow Playhouse. His
    charact rization ol 'he rok played
    b Anothy Quinn in the film ver-
    sion will be a far cry from th.
    Wild West s. ttings whi n he spent
    <>\- < a^ th star '>f th. TV
    M rtes 'Wagon Train "
    i ,i ast ill Iw lude a score of
    top musical and dramatic actors
    ich as Barbara Williams, Mkrhai I
    . iu. S wan Wll is. \'i.t.ti i.
    n P. arlman, Hill
    Wi ndt. I ai. Bun s, Montgorm rj
    I .i. is, J m i' 'idoni and I sli
    Fi an os, md< r the dip ction ol
    . Bufin in is I n
    r
    The Brandeis District, Zionist
    Organisation ol America, wOl host
    , tommunil .--wide meeting In ci 1- -
    of isra< is 22nd anniver-
    s..,, ,,, the Pomp" >' Room oi the
    I ricn Roi H t< I Monday at 8 p m .
    ...... rding to an announo mi nt
    ma le > M i Si g< I, | n sl k nt
    ! (n pro ip 01 Si gal has been
    . ,,i this year's
    , (|ol rati. n; Erra Fini r< Id nd
    [sadorr I! I'vin
    i> n.
    ineof th
    . .. .,,,;| |, B ., i oii on the lati si
    ica| dew lo nis rcpaiding
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    Essay and Art Contest
    Winners Announced
    Over '
    ,. hundred emyi and
    VMteu rra\c been obmitted
    Jewish schools ...
    Kssay-Arl Con. M
    the Bureau i Jew-
    and the South Fl e
    warded to the
    ,h according I i m
    I by L. .nard
    lent.
    E divided into tw
    -mmI ni- :
    . m i students I
    - ;, phe subject
    , -Whal Judai-
    and for the
    U> P.....rve
    -
    .1 Mrs Rej
    '"' i "n-
    its Dr Sign
    \l sand, r ol th
    Herbert Zvi
    i Schwartzm in
    ; xUh E lucation.
    division in the
    _, L-on) the winners are:
    Temple Beth
    Beach; Roland
    . r ih David Con.
    .!.,!. Feder, Hebrew
    r.. nnel Smith.
    " Sinai, Holl) wood: and
    . \ B th Tim ah I
    In her division in ihr
    ,..,. ust, tin innera aii
    - .. |. n. Hi b i H gh School;
    Temple Beth El,
    . Silver, Congreg .-
    11, i: Janet Rach-
    ;! a h :h School; Howard
    n B'nai Raphael
    ible Mention in
    will b4i > be
    | Landau, Beth
    , i ,r ,.-.:' 1
    Ro M kowitz, both ol
    M
    .\ teat :r I
    ' r 1.. : :
    (.brook.
    Torah Congregation, painting; San-
    dra Suai, Temple Menorah, paint-
    ing; Mark Blechman, Beth Torah
    Congregation, ship model symbol-
    izing "Exodus"; Steve Friedman,
    Temple Judea, poster; Shellej
    Foster, mpie Sinai Hollyw
    a Ire ;i...l st) rofoam mi ;i n

    \ an Algiers' specialty
    Pri ps as I lonorable Men! ion in
    the lower division of the Art Con-
    test "ill be awarded to Mil in II
    Horw ch, remple Judtea for his
    oster; Claudia Botwin, Temple
    Sinai, l loll. wo >-l. foi her p tint
    Steven Weber, Temple Emanu-El,
    rama; Jeffrey Walker, Tem-
    ple Sinai, North Dade, diorama;
    Lenny Tachmas, Temple M norah,
    and Sai ah S ickner, Tem-
    ple M< norah, painting,
    Winners In the upper division,
    Art Contest: Ellen Marcus Tem-
    ple Judea, poster; Er c Feld, Tem-
    ple Sinai. Hollywood, Tablet of
    Ton Commandments; Amy Cohen,
    Tempie Judea, poster; Bonnie L"
    Berchansky, Temp*' Both An^ rr-
    coupage oi Tho Twelve Tribes of
    [sraei; Florence Pozo, Temple I
    Menorah, embroidered candles and
    candlesticks. Honorable Mention:
    Carlos Pundlk and Luis Brafman
    ol Temple Menorah, poster.
    Isaac Donen of the Zionist Dis-
    tricts, will present the awards to
    I the winners of the First and
    Second prizes in each division.
    Leonard Zirbert, President of the
    Hunan ol Jewish Education, will
    present th.- remaining awards.
    Invitations are extended to the
    general pubhc, as well as tho par-
    ticipants ami their parents, to at-
    tend the meeting, when- they will
    view the art work submit ted by
    thp schools, and hear the two
    winning i ssavs read
    Th> Committee includ -s; Isa ic
    Don, n, .; .,-k Alt xandcr, M -
    Meyer, Moi ris Sim >n, ind i Silb i;
    Raprnport ol the Zionist Dis-
    Dr Louis Schwartzm in
    .i ;.h Duntov, Ivyn
    .... ,. : the Bureau if J *
    ,-h I i
    Ceborah Chapter Meets
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    NCJW Ships Educational Materials To Israel
    Mrs. Esther Horowitz, chairman
    ol thr Nali nal Council oi Jewish
    Wonv n's Ship-A-Box committee
    and several membera of her com-
    mittee met tho captain of the
    ship "Mazal," on which 10 cartons
    of educational materials collected
    bv all s, vi n divisions of the Coun-
    cil as well as Dade County t< mpli
    and Hebrew Schools were shipped.
    J:*' Teitlebaum and other exec-
    utives of Eagle Shipping Co. hi
    Kin very helpful in arranging for
    i the d< livery of these vital mate
    [rials to kindergartens in Israel
    Mrs. Horowitz reports. The Minis
    try of Education and Culture de-
    oends on the Council of Jewish
    Women so supply these Important
    necessities to the children of Is-
    rai l. she said.
    CAROL 8CE IH RBIN
    Durbins Announcing
    Carol* Engagement
    To Harvey Keiser
    Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Durbin
    announce the engagement ol their
    daughter, Carol Sue, to Harvey
    Keisi r, son of Mr. and Mrs. M >n-
    roe Keiser of New Rochelle, NY.
    The Durbins were residents of
    Miami Beach I* ton moving to
    Hollywood ten yi ars ago. Miss
    Durbin. a graduate of South
    Broward High School, attended
    the University of T nm ssee and is
    presently a student at the Univer-
    sity of Miami. Her fiance, who is
    idso compli ting his studies at the
    University ol Miami, attended the
    University of South Florida after
    graduating from high school in i
    New Rochelle.
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    the date for their wedding.
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    Paqe 8-C
    Jen Mh fhrkifon
    Friday 2.
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Shabbat Hahodesh
    Kabbi Carmi
    B) R \.IBI !< U.l'll V. CARMI
    Tew k 1 ":. r. th Israel
    nth of Spi will b an-
    I the this
    mm Rosh Hodi sh
    Nisan will beein
    on the follow Ing
    lay. An an-
    l and con-
    tlnuous rivalry
    \isis between
    the months ol
    Nisan and Tish-
    ri as to which
    is to be consid-
    ered the first of
    the months of
    the year.
    With some in-
    consistency but
    with typical He-
    brew sophistication and urbanity,
    it has been resolved that both of
    then mark the U-ginning of the
    yiar- Rosh Ilashanah. the bcRin-
    pinR of the religious year, will ho
    observed on the first of Tishii. six
    months hence, and the calendar
    v. ill list Nisan as the first of the
    months.
    The special lesson of Scripture
    read this Sabbath is from Kxodus
    1:2. proclaiming Haehodesh Haze.
    "This month shall ho unto you the
    beginning of months; it shall I*'
    the first of the months of the
    >.ar." To the American Jew it
    will mean that he had better start
    preparing for Passover, observed
    two weeks hence.
    How does one prepare for Pass-
    over? The first thing that will,
    come to mind will ho that matzos '
    need to bo purchased and Pesach
    wine, and h Seder arranged for
    all that does need to be done, but
    there are subtleties involved.
    In days not distant the first
    concern of the Jow at the ap-
    proach of Passover was 'Moos
    Chitini .'
    Before one prepared the familj
    Si def his obligation to the |>oor
    and needy to see that they had
    money to purchase flour to bake
    matzos. and to buy wine, fish and
    meat for the holy day was to bo !
    discharged.
    That responsibility was assumed
    In- .ill who did not
    itv tor their g>n &d< r, Tho
    , uoi of out [icgjllg^die ili.suJwtiUw-
    and the persecuted are knock-
    at th it< a et Israel. Many
    ol them will be observing the
    i rsl Passover of their life In an
    atmosphere of freedom.
    They need matzos. and win
    fish, and by our religious instruc-
    tion and our tradition, the} have
    :i claim ui>on us that we provide
    them with "Moes Chitim."
    t\ RABBI
    wiij di> some synagogue* l
    it iu-i-essiir> to st.irt the N:il>l>ith
    inorning services at a Liter time
    than week day nioriiini; services?
    In preparing for your own
    Seder. I would recommend that
    you Invite congenial fi i> nds. A
    ' Seder is no occasion to resolve in-
    ti llectual differences between the
    traditionalist and the liberal, the
    Marxists. Freudians, Jungiana or
    Sullivans.
    Try to have enough Hagadahs
    for everyone to be able to partici-
    pate in the narrative and the
    songs. Lot the Hagadnh lx> Ivau-
    tiful and meaningful. Give-away
    Hacadahs are to be avoided.
    Serve Israeli wines for the four
    Koses. Israeli wine is relatively
    inexpensive, but expertly made.
    and provides a livelihood for many
    families who have settled there.
    Let the Seder lv a family occa-
    sion, where the children feel
    themselves the center of atten-
    tion.
    This is the month of Spring.
    This is the month of emancipation
    and freedom. i.ot us have the sim-
    plicity of heart to share fully in
    the joy of the festival.
    Lei us have the vision to look
    not only to tho future hut to
    identify ourselves with the past of
    our people. I-et us have to bold-
    III BS to dream brave dreams.
    There are at least two re
    given for this. Some contend thai
    the services begin later so that
    the worshippers will get a chance
    to sleep later. This is done In ord t
    that the Sabbath be truly charac-
    terized as a day of rest. Others
    taj thai this is clone because the
    Sabbath morning sacrifice In the
    Temple in the days of old was of-
    fered after the daily sacrifice was
    offered. Since the prayers take
    the place Of the sacrifice they are
    held a little later to indicate this.
    i
    Whv is it that the Kliiilush on
    Saturday moriiiiic in much short-
    er than the Kicldiish it-cited on '
    Friday iiiulit?
    The Kiddush on Saturday morn-,
    ing does not include the portion
    from the Bible which described
    the conclusion of the creation of
    the world and the rest of the Al-
    mighty on the Sabbath This |
    only recited on Friday night lie-
    cause it was on Friday afternoon
    that the work was finished and
    not on Saturday morning. Thus,
    the elimination of this reduces the
    Size of the Kiddush. Also, the
    basic part of the Kiddush is chanc-
    ed to indicate that it is the Kid-
    dush for Saturday morning and not
    Friday night.
    Councilman and Mis. Louis Hoberman of Surfs
    an engraved proclamation marking their 29th w
    niversary from Chancellor Commander Harve-.
    left, and Max Kaminski, right, chairman of the
    Committee of the George Gershwin Lodge
    Pythias. Moie than 250 lodge members honored
    mans on the occasion at the Surfside Commur
    The previous evening, Mr. Hoberman, c
    cellor of the lodge, who has served as Surfside t
    and councilman for the past ten years, and bis
    about 300 friends and music lovers at a recital c
    Center by soprano Ruth Raifo, accompan;ec
    Haithwaite. Mrs. Hoberman also presented a
    Spanish tunes on the piano.
    :de receive
    edding q.
    ' Richma.
    Happi-e;s
    ? nights cl
    :he Hob*:-
    y Cast*
    pcai cba
    vka maya
    -e hos:ed
    ."en cr the
    by Mom
    -.edlev of
    David Pirwky Culture Club
    The David Phalli Culture Club's
    Oneg Shabbos in the cafeteria of
    Ida M. Fisher Junior High School
    Friday evening will feature a talk
    on Dr. Dov Sadan. professor of
    Yiddish Literature at Hebrew Uni-
    versity, given by author-lecturer
    L. I .asav in. and a selection of Yid-
    dish and Hebrc w songs presented
    by Shashannah Hoffman, who ac-
    companies herself on the guitar.
    Sisterhood (]arH Party
    The Sisterhood of TempL-Beth
    , Raphai I is sponsoring a eard party
    Thursday. April 9, at 1 p.m. in the
    temple, 1545 Jefferson Ave.. Miami
    Beach. Mrs. Toby Schachter is
    sc rv ing as chairman; Mrs. Eva
    Berger la Sisterhood president.
    Menorah BBW Chapter Meets
    Because of Passover. Menorah
    I Chapter 1013. B'nai B'rith Women.
    ; will hold a regular meeting in-
    1 stead of a board mooting at 12:.V)
    I pun. Monday. April 13 in tho
    | Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
    ington Ave., Miami Beach.
    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    She mini
    Kosher and non-kosln r animali arrayed opposite iaoh
    "These shall ye not eat of them the cam. I It*
    badger the nan- the swine the) are I
    . l.. 11
    SHEMIN1 <>n the eighth day ol their consecration,
    and his sons offered saciitii.s for themsi Ives and lb. pcopl
    Moses' command. Then Mcsea ami A.in'ii came out ol the tl
    meeting, Messing the people. The glory of God appeared; a hrv
    from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on th. a tar. A
    Bight, the people cried out and fell on their lacs
    When Aaron's MM, Na.lab and Abihu. offered 'strang
    on the altar, a fin Issued forth and devoured th-in, but Atroi
    held his |>oaco.
    The piiests are commanded not to drink win. or strong drink j
    when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may put differ r.
    between tin holy and the common, and between tin unclean and
    tte clean" (Leviticus 10:10).
    Tho portion details tho laws describing cleanlm.ss an.: IU>
    cleanliness in regard to tho eating of animals, (owls ami b-
    fvcltcrioMS t^t
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    AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TION. MS SW 7th Av.. Orthodox.
    Castor Morris Barr. i .
    ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19Ih Av*. !
    Coniarvatlv*. Cantor Sol Pakowita, 2 j
    ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken- j
    dall Or., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Miceiael
    Kyrr. i1
    ETH DAVID. M26~ SW Sra Ave.
    Conaervative. Rabbi Sot Landau.
    Cantor William W. Union 4
    PYlday -._'.. p.m md 1:18 p.m Ser-
    mon: "Tli. Rcajgar In Jerusalem
    Kli VleaeTa li. >i Si .Her." Baa Mile- '.
    yah: .lu-lv. daughter ( Mr and Mrs
    Herbert I'm.us: and Kanml, dauarhl-
    r ,,f Mr and Mrs Herbert I'm., u- '
    Saturdaj :. :. hi Tin- Torah I..;--..11
    Bar Mitavah: Norman, aon n( Mr
    Mary Andrew Mm. ha W |i m
    ETH EL. M0 SW 17th Av*. Ortho-
    dox Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
    Krtdaj .. pin Saiur.i.n ., in Mlncha
    S p.m
    (
    I WON (TEMLI). am Millar Rd.
    Con.ervat.ve, Aabi Norman N Sha-
    piro. 1C
    Friday 7:30 pm Fmllv Nipiu gab-
    batb. Rermon: "Jay* of Living"
    r.S Y ll.^piialily Week-end. Sutur-
    day 9 m I;ir lllfxvah: I'hllip, aon
    f Mr. Morion M. QoldberK.
    ns Woeko* followed 1>\ Ones Shab-
    bat
    SETM TOV (TEMPLE). 3a SW
    ath at Conaarvativa. Rabbi Simon
    April. Cantor Scymovr Hinkaa S
    Friday B:1S p.m. Quest Speaker: Mrs. |
    M:i\ HchaHar, Chairman nt Contem-
    porary Jewiah AfCalra of Dad* Coun-
    ty National J-wNh Women. Topic:
    "'..... Woman Makea the Dirferenici
    K..i!..,-,i by neg Sbabbat
    SRAEL (TEMPLSI Of- GREATER
    MIAMI. 137 NE 1Sth St. Reform.,
    Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. io
    Friday vtr. |. m. Sermon: a i.....k
    At Anii-ri.iin Marriaire-."
    a
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 W i:5th j
    St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
    Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnae*. 11
    Friday 8:15 |. in .in.l -I:, pm s. i
    in. ii -Tills is your Month, ". I--
    r.o l Raturdn) > i; a.m Strmon
    Anii.s Was KjkIu
    NCHtTH MIAMI
    BETH MO&He CONGREGATION,
    13600 W. Oraif Hvey. Conaervativ*.
    Rabbi Joaeph A. Oorfinkal, Cantor
    Ben Zion Kirachonbaum,
    MIAMI aiACH
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Av*.
    Orthoiox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
    BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodoa.
    Rabbi Berel Wain. is
    ETH JACOB. 301 Waahington Ava.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. %wir.
    aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa. 1t
    BETH RAPHAEL." (TEMPLE). 154b
    Jefferaon Ave. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
    David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
    BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Av*.
    Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
    Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon. a
    Frlda) :.i sun-... Saturdyay B IS :. m
    Sabbath Sermon: "Freedom Before roar i
    .'!.'. p.m Portion of Lai It c, p.m
    Sermon: vv. i -p. r In Fri edom
    OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 18th
    St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Olix-
    Friday s p.m Salurdii} in am Bar
    Mitavah Jnahua, aon of Mr and Mrs.
    Ely Kaufman
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
    . Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
    Carmi. 14
    TIFERETH JACoe, (TEMPLE). tSI
    E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conaarvativa.
    Rabbi Maurice Klein. i
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    r^akbinical J els,
    evision
    Vr
    roaramm
    >9
    .\,,ril aCh. 4. S:.'10 a.m. The First Kstate.
    Topic l'olic. -Coinmuiiity Relations.
    Moderator: Rev, Luther C. Pierce
    (iuost: Chief Bernard Garmiro. Miami Police Dept.
    Participants: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe, Temple Beth El,
    Hollywood; Fr. John Nevins, Rev. Don Olson
    'PrSgfSSa will !" re|M-;ite Ill-
    April ."1On. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
    Host: Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sinai. Hollywood
    April .lTh. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice,
    Host: Rabbi Ral|>h P. Kingsley. Temple Sinai of
    North Dado, North Miami Beach.
    BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
    Chaae Ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
    Kron.eh. Aaaiatant Rabbi Jerrold
    Levy. Cantor David Conviaer. 21
    BETH TFILAH. 38 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
    dox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackoveky. 2i
    CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
    1242 Waahington Ave. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Dow Roaenewaig. 1
    EMANU-EL (TEhfpJ.:). 1701 Waah-
    ngton Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
    Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
    Friday r. p.m and s :i" p.m Sermon 1
    "The Role in Religion in Bulldlna
    World Peace." Saturdny n -ip.
    Weekly Portion ..f the Blbla
    HEBREW ACAOEMV. 2400 Pinetree
    Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8.
    Groea. ?,
    JA=^?P.s5k cOHEN COMMUNITY
    SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waahington Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
    Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ava
    Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf,|d
    Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
    MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St
    Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
    owlta. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
    Friday a is ,, Saturday B .. .., Rar
    Mitavah ...i..- aon of Mr and Mm
    Alberto M.niiinim.
    NfeR TAMID (TEMPL~E). goth 8t. and
    ZlllTm w"". Conaervative
    ClrS' K.X"' L*b0V,U- C" Frlda) :is p m Ral Mitavah wn.
    leah. daushter < Mr and Mrt Mm
    OHEV SHALOM. TOM Bonlta Or
    Orthodox. Rabbi Phlneaa Weber-
    man. W
    SEPHAROIC JEWISH CkNTER. 84t
    Colllna Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmlaa. SI
    CONGREGATION f TZ CHAIM. 1542-
    44 Waahington Ava. Rabbi A. Ben
    Millet t?
    NOtTK MIAMI BEACH
    ADATH YE8HURUN (TEMPLEv. 1021
    N.E. Miam' Gardena Drive. Con-
    aervative Rabbi Milton Schlinaky I
    Cantor Tibor Mom S3
    EETH TORAH. NE 184tn St at 11th
    Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Mai Lip-
    chili. Cantor Jacob Ranter. S4
    B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
    Conaervative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel.
    Cantor Jack Larner. aa
    SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE
    18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
    Rabbi Ralph P. Kingalay. 17
    t rldaj 8:15 p m s. rroon rin \ Don'l
    Smoke Pol in |s,.,..|- Pllowed b)
    "11. tr Bhal.bat Saturda] In n ., m
    Bar Mlttvah Anlh. ny Bus. 1 ..,,,
    of l>r and Mi- .t.,,1.' a,..,,
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NS
    19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
    Caplan. M
    Prldnj 5 :.. p.m Saturday I .. in s. r
    '"'" "Entlns Pol What Purpo 1
    Ml Doha .. p in
    VaV.M, 1SRAEL" OF GREATER
    MI*M,.90 NE 171 at St. Orthodox
    Rabbi Naftali Poruah. S*
    in.l.i\ -. p in Saturday am Ser.
    111..1, I Mini I'our Mttil ThlllK h,
    Judalam
    CORAl *GABLfS
    J*i!*5* (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
    Blvd. Reform. Rahbi Morna Kip- I
    per. ap
    l"",''-',>; ,? ,a '" Hon..inn: ..f Hebrew
    and RellKlour Rchonl* |-......1, Sat-
    urday II : ., m Bar Mitavah Mlehm 1
    man '""' Un Sl'"'1, y '''"'
    ZrMn.?A (.TEM^L"e)r"44Z.mora Ava I
    rlZ,erv',v- Rbbi Maxwell Berger I
    Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
    i.'l! 1, \'"' '"" s""".....'Pdatlnt
    ' ".';" tf**"- Pollowed b) iip.-k
    J abbai Salurdaj 1 .. ,. s, i,
    M" -":' r ih Torah Junior lV>n-
    sr< tratloii 9 10 .. in
    EMANU-EL. 3245 W. OakatM *
    Blvd. Reform. R*ei **'*"
    Laviten. Cantor Jerome WSaBJB.
    lUlUaaMU
    MALI ANOAI.E JEWISH iI">TIA
    128 N.E. Tl-!* *" "
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    BETH CL (TEMPLE). S MB <
    Reform. Rabb. Saaiual Jaffa
    Prlday 8:1S p m BernK'n Tier
    AnyililnB Sacred To.l.t> >"*
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    .ml Mrs Sldne) s-'.....iben
    BETH SHALOhT^EMPLf j
    Monroe St. Caniervative rajP
    Morton Malavafcy. Cent*' BR
    Oold.
    SINAI (TEMPLE*'?' Jc^ VSaavJe
    Conaervative. Rabb. DaviO BaVSPB
    Canter Yahudah Melibraun.
    MlffAMAI
    ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920
    St. Conaervative. Reei a
    Winograd. Cantor Abraham <)"-
    P0MPAN0 BEACH
    SHOLOM (TEMPLE). '3?SE "**
    Conaarvativa. Rabbi Morn "J
    Cantor Michael Frederick
    a
    SUMSIDI .
    MOGAN DAVID CONC- ,j
    9?o3 Harding Ave Surf. M. "
    Hall Orthodox. Rabbi naac J ^
    CANDIEUGHTING THAI
    T. UUDEROAII
    BETH ISRAEL .TEMPI Ft aar
    i;w':rndd. "r\'i KmS"' iS-5
    towarda. Cantor Maurice Nau.
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    rvEirr s jnoay at noon
    RADIO STATION WLTO
    1200 On Your Dial
    and other sources has defined, de-
    scribed and analyzed the i" i- rial-
    itics, !i\'-s, religion and customs >i
    Hispanic Jews.
    American Savings
    Opens New Branch
    A new branch office has born
    d bj thi '.
    and Loan Association "i Miami
    h in ii mpoi .ii;. quarti i s al
    1252 Lincoln Rd, in I i uc-
    of its pi fai i i' i .ii
    I ini In Rd (on the i
    Roail I is completi il
    : branch. Ainci in Savings'
    lust, is thi in -' to r* -I.ii.i' 'i t hii ii 11 d sa\ incs
    . ssocial ion undi i the Sa\ ings and
    i i n Act adopt rei tl I
    i islature
    iin nl -
    fie ol which is located al
    \\ ashi \\ p has s rved citi-
    /i ns i Miami Beach i"i -'" yeai -
    Ii is lv ad< 'I b> Shepard Broa I,
    chairman "I the board, and Morris
    N Broad, president, and current-
    l> has assi la totaling more than
    $76,000,000.
    The facilities at the new loca-
    tion are being planned with a
    view towards offering extra con-
    venience to the residents of such
    i enrhiMirinu rdgtwrsM baUdJng* as I
    Plaaa HOB. Forte Towers. South-
    I gate Towen and Morton Towers.
    ! William T. Vaugfaan is the archi-
    . teel >! the impressive new "Airier-
    licana" style building which will t*
    constructed, starting early this
    month.
    An unusual feature of the 20,000
    I square f'>t branch will !* its un-
    , usual number "i safe deposit boxes
    ii, us vault Us planned capacitj
    is 10,000 individual boxes, accord-
    ing to .1 M Lelchuk. vice presi-
    ik ni
    Diamond Kosher Salt
    Diamond Crystal kosher salt is
    . veil, ni for koshering and cook-
    ing all year long, but definite!)
    is the choice for Passover cooking
    broiling, baking or roasting as
    well as for your salads. Look for
    I liamond Crystal kosher salt It's
    the leader, and rightful!) so
    A special committee has been appointed by
    :. South Beach Divi3ion to contact condo-
    minium presidents in the area and arrange
    fcr fund-raising gatherings in behalf of the
    CJA-1EF campaign. The condominiums'
    share of the divi-icn's S150.000 goal has
    been set at S50.0C0. and about 25 of the 55
    buildings in the area have alrea.'/ partici-
    pated. Committee members include (from
    Julius Nadel, division chairman Abra-
    ham Grunhut Myi J. Brodie, Mayshie
    Friedberq, William Arbor and Wi!i Gil boa. Dernier'Israel 22* Show's Guests Of Honor
    Moshr Jilbe consul neral o|
    Israel, ami Miami Beach Mayoi
    .'. ) Derm i w ill i the rui sts ol
    honor Saturda) evi ning, May '-'. at
    the community-wide celebration ol
    Israel's 22nd anniversar) in the
    Miami Beach Auditorium.
    The musical tribute to Israel on
    it- Independence Day will i>e a
    show called "Israi I 22." beginning
    H 10 p in w nh the wi ll-know n
    liosei Shmuel Fcrshko as I hi
    i i oducer,
    !' >lk-sintr< r Shoshana 11
    will head the cast of the all-star
    Israeli Festival; Israel's top sing-
    ing iccortlinR star, ifoel Dan. and Ne-
    l i-mia Sharabi, an expert with
    biblical and oriental instruments
    pre also in the cast.
    Obituaries
    Thi Carmel !-i a< Ii l >ancers and
    other outsi Israi Ii |* rform-
    iis who will be appealing will Im>
    support' il by Ihe Festival Orchi s-
    tia. Leo Alfassy is musical direc-
    tor, choreographer i- Ze'eva Co-
    hen, ami I'm.i Chazan designed
    Ihe costumes.
    Tickets are available at the box
    office of the Miami Beach Audi-
    torium.
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    A\. M B Riveratda
    CINNS. Max, 75, lsl s lieeii l" .
    HnJIandnle. KivendiU1
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    xi ii HiiwiM-nc.
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    karasik. Brnnih. '< h:il K.W WnU
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    \l H ICiv .i-i.l.
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    rnnla Av* M II Rlvi ralili
    SILLS. All' II, '' H!t!l Si lUn SI
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    ZALMANOVICH TIHU, 75. 75" Mlehl
    Knii Av. m II IJorrtmi
    ZWEISLER. IWntrliT, 'V I!.....' N-h
    I Oh Av. N M Hlasil
    CHALFIN. I-., nil '" Miami
    ,;.,i.|. i,- In X M H R-------ll'
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    SCHWARTZ. Dorothj 1 I"" N K
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    SCHWARTZ. Harry, SI, SISI CuIIiiih
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    sonn Bl.....r, Mill s u :>
    I'nurl Clordon nu.ini-ni Ml X-bo
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    tiwa) March I-'. Slra Plahkin hud
    lived in Miami for I" yonm prior In
    mnvins '" Orlando where h* llv*d
    uiili ti i -~ daughter, Mr* Roaalia
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    I'm im lu 11 t'l IVtfUlil
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    (,!< ' announces the 26th annual Jewish Music Fes-
    11 be celebrated nationally from March 22 to
    ?- 20 under the sponsorship of the National Jewish Wel-
    sa'e Sard's Jewish Music Council. The event will be ob-
    ' by more than 2.000 Jewish Community Centers,
    synagogues, orchestras, choral groups and radio
    anc -V stations
    smolen. :.
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    GORKIN. Jaeoli Xl'
    M II Klaahem
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    ROCHLIN. Henry, 77, I '" Ocean IW
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    LE6AI NOTKE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IEGA1 NOTKE
    LEGAL NOTKE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-715 DOWLING
    In KK: Kstate of
    JENNIE I>. LION
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Person.- Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Saul
    Keiate:
    Tou arc hereby notified and re-
    luned to present any laim.- ami de -
    tnanda xxhich you may have anam-i
    the estate of JENNIE 1' I ION de-
    eased late of Dadc County. Florida.
    10 the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the sain.- in duplicate and as
    provided in Section TOS.lt, Florida
    Statutes, In their office* in the Coui.-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flo-
    rida, within six calendar months from
    he time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will he barred.
    Dated at Miami. Floi Ida, thil N 'lay
    .f March. A.D l70
    BERTHA WINARD
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 3rd day of Anril. I70.
    i-Ul'DK I- EICHBL
    Attorney for F.xecutrix
    :5 West Flat-ler St
    Miami. Florida .".SluO
    , t-10-17-21
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Acu of 1941
    File No. 69 A 1864
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    Bi;.N BUSKIN holder of Cnuntx Tax
    Sale Certificate No. MM issued the
    1st day of June. A D. 19**. has filed
    tame in my office, and has made ap-
    plication for a tax deed lo he issued
    thereon. Paid Certificate embrace!
    the followine described property in
    the County of Dade. State of Florida
    to-wit:
    lot 21 Block 4. Kainbow Park. I'lat
    Hook 44 Pace -i. "i the Count] ol
    Dade. Stale of Florida.
    Tli-. deed will lie isnd subject to
    196 County taxes and Hens.
    The assessment ol noJ property
    under the said certlflca'e was in the
    name of: IDEI.I.A RCCKER
    Unless said certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the property
    described herein will be sold to the
    hiphest bidder for cash lit the Court-
    house door on the first Monday in
    the month of May. 1970, which is the
    4th day of May. IsT"
    Dated this 3th day of March
    1970
    F. It. I.F.ATHF.K.MAN.
    Clerk of Circuit Court.
    Dade County, Florida
    B) I' F. GUI DSTKAND
    Deputy Clerk
    iC n uit Court Snail
    4 J-lO-IT-Jt
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Acti of 1941
    File No. 69 A 1824
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    BEN BOSKIN holder ..f County Tax
    Sale Certificate No 5831 issued Ho-
    ist day of June. A I' 1997, has filed
    -ante in m> office, and has mad.- a|>
    plication f^r a tax d.....1 lo I.,- i--ui d
    hereon Saul Certificate embrace!
    hi following described property in
    hi County of Dade. State of Flo-
    rida, to-wlt:
    I>it 15 Block :i. Hlaleah Hg>
    Plal Book :- Page J4. Section 19,
    Township it South, Range 41 i_ist.
    in the Count] of Dade Btati -if
    Florida
    This deed "ill hi is^U'-'l PUbJeCl ti
    I9M Count] taxee ..ml inns
    The assesstii.-nt of -aid property
    uiniei in.- said certificate was in tin-
    name of: HnWAKI. WARREN A
    w LBNORE
    I'niess said certificate shall be
    redeemed according to i.(w. tin- pro-
    lu-rty daacrlbed here;'' u ill be sold
    to the highest bidder for iash ai the
    "ourthouse door on the first Monday
    in the month of Max'. i970 win. i.
    i- the 4th da. of Max 1970
    Dated this 30th da) of March. 1970
    K U LEATHERMAN.
    Clerk of Circuit Court.
    i 'ad. i 'ounty, Florida
    B] P F On D8TRAND
    I I'll' x l Merk
    (Circuit Court Si all
    4 $-16-17-24
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 70-5403
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    RAMON A KKI.I.F.V
    Plaintiff.
    LARRY KFl.I.F.Y.
    Defendant
    TO: LARRY KF.1.1 KY
    Residence L'nknou n
    vm. LARR\ KKiiKV. are here-
    by notified that a Complain! for Di-
    vorce ha.- been fil.-d against you. ami
    you are required to serxc a .up)
    iif your Answer or Pleading to the
    Comolaint for Divorce on the Plain-
    tiffs attorney, Ronald l- Davis Beq.,
    417 Biacayni Building, 19 W Flagler
    Street. Miami, Florida IStSOPhone:
    179-2861, ami file the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk
    of the cm-mi Court on or before
    the 1st day of Max. 1970 If you tall t"
    do so. Judgment DJ default will be
    taken against you f'>r the relief de-
    manded In the Complaint for Divorce
    THIS NOTICE shall be published
    .-!,,-.- each week for four consecutive
    weeks in the JEWISH Fl-OKIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 35th da) of March. 1979.
    K B 1 KATHF.ll.MAN'. Clerk
    Circuit Court. Dole County. Florida
    By: MARGUERITE KENT
    Denuty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seali
    4 S-10-17-21
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70834
    In RE: Estate of
    SARAH HOLLANDER
    1 leceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" All Creditor.- and All Person. H.ix
    ing claims or Demands Againal Stud
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present any i laims and
    demands which you may have againal
    the .-late of SARAH HOLLANDER
    (I.....a-i-d late of Dade County, Flo-
    rida, to the County Judge* of Dade
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided In Section 733.16.
    Florida Statutes, in their offices
    the County Courthouse
    County, Florida, within
    m
    publ
    b-
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-1216
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    AI DREA I' A.MAT"
    Plaintiff,
    X .-
    RLNA1 !' DAMATO.
    Defendant
    TO: RINALDO DAMATO
    in care "f Ka -li
    '.'i i Bast Urd Street
    III ooklx .i. Nexx >i oik
    Vou. RINALDO DAMATO, are
    hereb) notified that a Bill "f i'"iii-
    plalnl for Divorce has been filed
    g ,,,; igainsl you. and >..u are required to
    calendar -'" '">'> "f >'""" *"? ''
    "GAL moTKj
    "I
    ____NOTICE UNDFB
    the Under-,Ke,|. .,. .,, ,''1: I
    ill business tind. '" "*
    "f EL 1......5 i ""
    Ull 8 W Ith v'
    Cunty. Plorida "' I-*,.
    sad name with '-'--1
    uit Curt of i,, I
    4 AMI.;, is s,|
    ARM IN DO R.,| :
    PETER M LOPKZ '
    Attorney for
    4 AMI.;.is St'PF.H IRK-Bf ,..
    Ill Ainsle) Building ~ 'V
    Miami. Florida
    First publication of this
    the 13th day ol March l;
    KOMMBL. ROGERS, LORBER
    A SHENKMAN
    Attorneys for Executors
    420 Lincoln Road,
    Miami Beach, Florida
    :: in-L"'">-r7
    4 3
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1166
    In RE: Estate of
    I'HARUBJ. HEARST
    L>ecea -ed
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Person*
    Having claims or Demand! Against
    said Batata:
    You are hereby notified ami re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    manda which you may have against
    the estate of CHARI B8 J HEARST
    dece used late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of 11.ide Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate and
    as provided In Section 733 IC, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    tj Courthou-e in Dade County, Flo-
    rida, xxithin six calendar months
    from the first time of the first publi-
    cation hereof, or the same will be
    barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
    day of March A D 1970
    ROBERT H NEWMAN
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 3rd day of Anril. 1979
    ROBERT H. NEWMAN
    Attorney for Kstate
    Mil Dade Federal ru,idin
    4 3-10-17-34
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1163
    GEORGE T. CLARK
    in RE: Estate "f
    SARAH CHAI S
    I teceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Person!
    Ing Ciaim* or Demand* Agal.isl
    Bstati
    You ar.- hereb) notified and re-
    quired to present an) claims and de-
    mand* which you ni..x have against
    the estate ol SARAH CHAl'8 de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
    to the Count) Judge* of i.ad.- Coun-
    ty, and file th. -aim- in duplicate
    ami a- provided In Section 7:::: 19,
    Florida Slatutes. m their office* I
    Count) Courthouse In Dade
    County. Florida. within six calen-
    dar months from tin- time "f the
    flral publication hereof, or tin- same
    w ill be barred
    Dated ai Miami. Florida, this -7
    da) of Mar.h. AH 1970
    HELEN SOKOL
    A- fixei utrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 3rd day of April 1970
    FAl'NCR FINK X- FORM \\
    Attorney for Estate
    1502 ''ouki-- Building
    Miami. F!a
    I 3-10-17-24
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 86393
    In RE: Estate of
    El SIE SCHWABS
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    T<> AM. PERSONS INTERESTED
    IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
    DENT
    You are hereby notified that a wri-
    ten instrument purporting to be ti i
    last xx ill aini testament of said de-
    cedent has been admitted lo probate
    In said Court You are hereb).....m-
    manded within six calendar months
    from ih.- date of the first publication
    of this notice to appear In said Courl
    and slum CaUSC, if any you can wl.x
    the action of said Court in Admit-
    ting said will to probate should not
    stand unrevoked
    FRANK II |x >\\ 1.1NC.
    Count] Judiie
    By: I/IIS F PASToRFIKI.D
    Clerk
    PAI.I.OT. POPPELL, HoRWICH
    A- GOODMAN
    Attorneys
    1904 Alfred I duPoni Building
    Miami. Florida 3.1131
    First pubhiwtioii of this notice on
    the ISth day of March. ItW
    (Circuit Court Beat)
    ?. 13-20-37 4 3
    gainst you for the ratlef demands
    the BUI of Complaint
    Thli notice shall i"- published ones
    each week for f-iur consecutive weeks
    i,, tiii.- ji.-..-isii ri.iinhn\-
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florid.. ,thls 3tii da) oi March a ;
    1979
    K H LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
    B) MARGUERITE KENT
    Deput) Clerk
    tiircull Court Seali
    MATTHEW GI88EN. Esquire
    12< Southeast 2nd stieet
    Miami. Florida
    379-0751 t.......ho.,.. V'tmber
    Attorney for PlaiDtiff
    4 3-10-17-34
    subject to
    delinquent
    Max
    Saul
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 70-4031
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HAHKY It JACKSON.
    Plaintiff,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
    in undersigned, dealrins to engage
    in business under th.- flctltiou* name*
    .f METER I! MARKS M I' MEYER
    H MARKS. M.D., PA Ll ihur
    Qodfrej ltd Miami Beach Intend* lo
    register sad names with the Clerlt
    if the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
    Plorida
    MEYER I! MARKS M.D.,
    Professional Association
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    Vou, VERA OH ENS J LCKS) >N
    are hereby notifn-d thai Bill of
    Complain! for Divorce ha* been filed
    againsl you, and you are required lo
    *erve copy of your Answer or Plead-
    | IllE to the Itill of C..||ii.|:,int on '
    Plaintiff* attorney MAX A GOLD-
    FAItlt. l^i w,-i Flagler Street, Miami.
    ; Plorida and fib- the original tnewei
    ; or Pleading In the offli i the Clerl I
    ' of th.- Circuit i 'ourl on or bei
    1 th day of April, IvT If \ -u fall '
    i do so. Judgment bj default ill he
    en against you for the relief d
    I manded In the Bill Complaint
    This notice shall be publish) d oni
    e week for four consecutlvi neck*
    THE JEW I8H PI "RIDIAN
    I" >XE AND IRDERRD at Miami,
    Florida, this .'.ih .lax ,,f Man h A.D
    ; 1970
    E B LEATHERMAN r
    Circuil i'-mi '.--1. i -out Plot Ida
    l'-x i' COPEI LND
    1' u'x Clerk
    u i Court Seal i
    Ml \ V 111 i| I if \ RB
    111 Wesl Flagler sir.-.-t
    Florida
    I Attorney for Plaintiff
    - i -
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Act* of 1941
    File No 69 A 1799
    NOTICE IS HEREB) GIVEN that
    BEN BOSKIN holder of Clt] "f
    Miami Tai Bale Certificate No TSg
    Issued the 1st dax of June. A I).
    i:".T. ha* filed the same In nix office
    and has made application for a tax
    deed lo be Issued thereon Bald Cer-
    tificate embrace* the following des-
    crlbt d property in the County of
    Dade. State of Floinla. to-wit
    1/t :". Block 13, North West 7th
    Av< Add I'lat Book 7 Pag) M
    in the Count) of I>oh Stale of
    Florida
    This deed win be Issue
    all other outstanding
    County taxes ami It.*!* Count] it\i-
    i'd Clt] "f Miami taxes and h. -
    Tin- as-.-s-m.-ni of sid property
    under the said certificate xx.-s it-.
    the name of: JACOB ROLLS
    rule-- said certificate -hall be re-
    deemed according to law, the propertj
    described herein will be sold to the
    I highest bidder for cash *l the Court-
    house door on the fll-t Molidax ill
    I the month of Max. IfTO, which I*
    I |th day ol Ma)
    Dated thi- loth
    197"
    F. B I BATHBRM LN
    Cl.-rs of On u 'out
    Dade Count) Florid i
    B) P F i III I >STRAN I
    DepUt) Clerk
    (Circuit ('ourl Seal i
    t ::-|.--
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S rn,V~
    IN AND FOR DADEC0u(5rV*
    FLORIDA IN PROBATF
    n RE Estate of
    BDeTeHsVlVEAVER HA1'M*N
    NOTICE TO CREOITOR^
    To All Creditor- .,- i v |J-PS
    mKHCla.m- or H.
    \..u nre hereb) i ,.,, ,,d
    luired to present hin,,' ,,
    demand.- which you i
    the estate of HKKTHA I
    CHAPMAN d--------, .-.. of^i*
    Count) Florid. :.-,;
    of l.ade I ountv ,l filf
    In duplicate and .,. provided m V\
    lion 7;;i l. Flori i, N
    office.- In the ,-.,,
    Dade i ountx. FU.i ., .,
    calendar month*
    the first publi. .
    same xx ill he barred
    Dated at Miami r i.,. ,h w
    day of March. AD l?7ti
    WARD w .H x I'M AN
    As Admit i'.,r
    First publication f tl .
    the l.tth day of M.lr.l
    SHEI DON N I El CHI K
    Attorney for Admit
    I* \V Flagler SI Su b i
    Miami, Florid.. JJ131
    _
    NOTICE LNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREin GIVBK thd
    the undersigned ,|.- t I
    in bueines* umbr d, titiotu ntnil
    of NAI'TII IS ll'.n I. ai :-
    Avenue. Miami Beael !>,.! .-,
    Florida Intend* i- i e
    with the Clerk "f th* fircsil v
    of Dade Countv V
    i<:i col.I.ins i'.irp
    a Fi"i ;-!..
    BY MARVIN WIL1 in PrendM
    Attest lATIS 11 l| I \I'K Se -- ,n
    METER, WEISS, RL>SE ARkTX
    Attorney* for
    l;i COLLINS COR]
    a Florida rorpon
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTIi i: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    th.- undersigned tlc*lrlng bi .,
    n I ii ,.
    of GEMINI FASHIONS CO
    \\ -i Sli t I'l.i- HI ileah, i
    ' .in.- with
    Ihc Clerk of the Circuit Courl
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    I1KUNIK RI'DNICK
    SAMI'RI MORRIS
    Attorni I n RERNIE RI DNICK

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    NOTICE UNDER
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    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
    'i unden Igned di Kiring in g ,,-
    In bii Inesa under the fi. til u
    of OCA1 ITY BAR" .11 7M Morth
    Miami Avenue Miami Florida In-
    tend! to i. glsti said name Ith the
    ' lerli "t the 'In uit Court of Dade
    Count) n
    MIRYAM TERAN
    Rl IBERT ll BI l:\s
    All.......II
    MIRYAM TERAN, Applicant
    i lu-li i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
    the undersigned, ooutrina '" engage
    In business under the flctltiou*
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Ch.ipter 20722Acts of 1941
    File No *9 A 1700
    N" 'THI: IS HHREtn GIVEN lhal
    '' \l'i: s LBLE i iRPt iRATII >N hold-
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    embi m the follow Ing
    i'i-'i" rtj in (hi
    Bl ti of Plorida
    I : Mil- .!x Sub Plal
    ' ihi Counts
    - Fii da
    Tin.- deed will be i--u..l fiubjecl
    II "'h.-r outstn iding delinquent
    J ItJ Miami taxec end llei
    '''" '' i ind ntj ol Miami
    laxi nn The tnenl d proper!)
    undei Ihi iwld certil nas In the
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    ; da) of Ma) I
    Dated Ihli hi.- -,,,,. ,.,;,,
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    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722Actt of 1941
    File No 69 A 1325
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    SPRINGS R| u/n
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    !l:' standlm delinquent
    v-'~ -""I '"'' Cm, tl l ,x.-.
    -"'I. < Hlaleah li :
    assessmeiil of
    IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S C0HT
    IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-861
    In in: Estate of
    GEORGE J GoRDi >N
    l .-, eased
    NOTICE TO CRE0IT0R5
    To All Creditor- mid v Pers
    ing Claim- or 1 Agl
    Estate
    You are he- eb)
    ed to prasenI sn) i
    a*hich x ou ma) h
    tat- of GBDRliK iliiRDON *
    -I late of I' idi unt). i
    to the Count) Jud^-
    and file the umi
    lrO nled III S. '
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    tx i '.-ui thouae li I' '
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    tin tune .( Ihi
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    Di.....I at Mian
    da) ol Mai '
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    MI1.T"N K \\ ASM v\
    Attorney foi I -
    "i>2 lb-, a) ne ilu
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    l.-t dax
    IN THE COUNTY ji OCE'SCOt'f
    IN AND FOR OADE COUNT*.
    FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No "
    JOHN R BLANTON
    [n RE Estate of
    EMILY NELtJ i.N
    '. ''.I-' 'I ___.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor- ,
    ing lainii --I i" N-
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    ll,,, underalitued
    in bu-iin unden
    Of A MOVI.N
    .iasa..r ;;,
    i-.-i- j
    Attorney for Applicant
    I4in Congress Huil.liiiK
    Miami. Florida 3.113.'
    i/to-n i
    Dade Count; Flofida
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    Deput) Clark
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    the underslg-ned, dewrnis ,it-
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    * ANnrJV JUDOB'S COURT
    Fi D^0R DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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    Mdnl T ,. '" duplicate and a.-.
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH ,'UOICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA iTi AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    Cate No. 69.18225
    CIVIi. ACTION
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    NANCY DUCKM wi.TII.
    Plaintiff,
    PAUli DUCKWORTH.
    Defenda
    T<> Mr. Paul r'u. kwortli n
    Paul Bryan
    . Axthoi Murray S'udio
    .... ..
    Boaton, Mat nu:-tt
    Vi.ll. PAUL DITKW'HITH
    ... v notlfii .1 thai .i Bill ol l m
    plalul 'i I I at I '
    . .u nr. n nulri i I
    ; ur Annwi-r or PI
    - thi Kill of < 'omplalnl i i I
    |. -.,.. UOODMAN f.
    IIOl.TZMAX, 1100 Concord ItuiM-
    . | wreal Flacler Btreet. Miami.
    I i and file the orlcli il
    An,.. i I c In the offli < the
    Clerk "I '!' inuit Court on or
    before thi -'Hi Jaj "I April 1970
    if viiu '.ul to do >. Judirment by di -
    f.iiilt will be taken afalnet you f"r ;
    ih.. relief demanded In the Bill "(
    O .nii.
    Tin- notice ahall publkthed oi
    each week I l.ur consecutive wei
    in TIIK JEWISH KUiRIDlAX
    DONE AND ORDERKD .it Miami,
    Florida, this lih day "f Mar. h AD.
    1970 I
    K n UBATHBRMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit i.iuri Dade County Flortd.i
    ll> MAKOt'BRfTF Kl------
    ii.puty Clark
    Mir. uit Curt Seal>
    DOOPMAN HOI.TZ!
    IHM Concord BulldinK
    Miami. Florida ',^!','>
    Attorneys for Plal itlfl ., ,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ' l< K IS- HEREBY 'in EN lhal
    thi* underiifRned, desiring In
    In buMnc*!! uml. r f|.* ftctitloun name
    . r SUN tlRAPHICB al 4"" N W I
    jeum Road (2nd Avenue), Miami
    Florida tend reglater aaid name
    n i'h thi '" the Circuit Court
    f Dadi fi-ii Florida.
    JOSEPH BENNETT,
    INI I'M'' >1 '' "BD, Bole Owi er
    RALPH E PT '.:':
    \ ....
    JOSEPH BENNETT INC.
    ] 13-20-17 >
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ITICE is HI REBY OIVBN tl al
    Ihi ii i. I dei (ring t" entraite
    m di I rtltloui name -: ':. ''':'
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROB*"E
    No. .-0-931 (Clark
    ;' tati
    SATHAX STII VUSS.
    I .-. .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All i illi and All Pi --
    lla\ c i' dm* or l m
    Acaii.- i >.. 'I E*tat<
    You an hi rebj otlfli ai "i re ,u.r- l
    i.. pri lalmn and di
    which you may have affahial Ihe eetati
    of NATHAN stkm >s. di -..-I late
    , I i >;ni.- i 'ountj Elorida, to the < ,r
    ly .luii.-- of lMi. County, and file the I
    name in duplicati and an provided li
    Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, In
    their offlcea In tin County C*>urthouai )
    in Had.- County, Florida, within 'iv
    calendar months from th, time < fir^t publication hereof, or ihc aame
    . II i barred.
    l .1 al Miami, Florida, thla 1 Ttli
    day !' March A I 1970,
    Eirsl publication of thii i
    - .7!1 ,'..,, f March, 1970
    SI VNI.KV II RICH Mil'
    EMMY STRAUSS
    Ac Exei utors
    I'.Ti'HARD & UltOSS
    -. a i Irons
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    HARK> Zi KERXH .
    Attorney i: uti
    IJ" I.im, nil Roi .1 Mil I
    Florida 33139
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCt l" COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD1:
    COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO 69-18213
    IN RE
    THE H >\ OX I iF
    K \i. v FRI.MA HUM,
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    Yi>r MORI>BCHAI HUM, ar< here-
    by not if I. .. Petition for Adop-
    tion has !> '"t agdlMt you, and
    ... serye a copj ol
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1009Blanwn
    h. RE: Estate of
    S DNBI ZEJH
    i>. .
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    , || i 'redltoi ; Ml Pen
    i!a\.ng i urn or 11- i' .. .|-
    Acali Sa il Estate:
    Vi a an hen by nol II u '
    ... i -. .i ii) 1.1 in- ..-I
    havi nftaii t
    tat. of SIDNEY ;'.Kn: di lati
    ,,f [..i,|, i' u [) l-'i.,i ida, ti the i oun-
    tj Judge '' Dade Count] n file
    the same li duplicati and
    In Section 7 Florida SI tuti li
    th. ir i.ffi.-i- in the County Cu ouw
    In Dade i out ly Elorldu,
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL mCTION
    No. 70-5180
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    II. I'M IN A I >A V A 1.1-A I' \l.l-
    PlainI '
    vs.
    Ii iHK RAM! IN VAI I. \! \ BBS
    l.. : ndant
    Tl i: JOSE RAMON \ \ i.l. VI > At. -
    I;. ~ uu
    You JOSE KAMi-N \ Ai.1 A'
    notified
    plaint for Divorci
    you. nncl you al
    . r your A
    K to the Bill of C

    Florida
    .r I"-., ling ..... I
    thi I',. .. thi I' ii i ""',
    ..-.-. ini day
    you fall I" '1..... 'I'l-ri- I hv '. '......
    will I..- takei ..l-.i u : t' -
    H, di man li .1 In ihe it'll ol i m-
    . be publlahi d
    .a, I-, w< ek for : ur ul '<
    m thi: ,i ewish pi >ridian
    l-.N'!-: \ND 'BDBRKD al M
    r, rid. this 24th March i
    :
    E B I.EATH ..... \ '
    I'll, u>1 Court. Dud. unty. F
    Rj MARl KENT
    I.. pul: Herk
    (Circuit Court -
    SI1 >XWY RFHl XSi iN
    812 Ai"-'. y l-'i
    Miami Plot nl i
    \i-......i"
    you are
    .. ur
    Pleading to th. I
    '. I'ntltioners' attorm .
    p \ i-1. kv '.'. i.n Lincoln Road
    ,,,: I ..'ida and Ble th.
    orlfrlnal I'leadlng In the
    ,., lirk of th.- On .1 '
    i ,- re the -'4th da] ol
    .il fall to do i
    : ni, .il!! V. Ill
    \ the relief
    Ihn Pi ... for Adoption.
    tl iv.
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    to
    CRfih, ^ 'T71.
    WHOHli TAIJANOVF ESQ.
    "^J,n Rt, MKn.1 n~rt\. tn.
    NOTICfc OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOB DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-2299 (Chriatle)
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    C. KDUAHDOINSIUXARBS
    Pkttntltf.
    HILDA MANSUR IXSICNAJIBS
    TO HIL[>A MANSUR INSmifARES
    ([>- lance unknown) .,_..,
    YOTI, Hlli>A MAVSUR INS
    ARE-S ARE lil-.-RMBY NOTTFIBD
    that an aeOon for divorce haa been
    fitrd atfatn-t you. u-t you ira -'i^~-
    cd to aerv eo i '"''*:',/,'
    d-fer.^v-. it any. It on HUKNAKL'
    I- liOi-DFAJAB, the Ira at-
    torney, whoae uldrese Suite _M9i
    T-1 N w CT*n v-:e. Miami Fla
    on or be.-..-.- Aj>-il -" l*W >"* '!"
    the on r-.il With Clark of the
    Circuit Court -it her b-t.re
    on PtaintlfTa i<'>r-.-, .-,r Immediatel]
    thareafte- otherwisa ,i default will be
    entered aaainM you fr the r.l.ef de-
    manded In the complaini or pftitlon
    Imini: \m> t>RDERED 't aliumi,
    Klonl.i. thla lh day of March A_ti
    IMt)
    E R LBATHERMAN. Clerk
    Circuit Court. !*de laiuntv. Kl-Tii.i
    By: HAWeUBBTPB KENT
    l>.putv Clerk
    iCirouit Court Seall
    BERNARD P tiOlJll-'ARB
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    Suite l'jo. 720 N.W 17th Avenue
    IMIMM. 1-le.i.. :.< ,,. ., ;0
    ..il t-e publlehed oi
    - i ur 'insi.'Utii W -
    i Florldlan
    DONE i>RDBRED :.t Miami
    17th day of March AD
    '-, r ... VTHERMAN, Cl.....
    Hade County. Flor I .
    i, p ODPJCLAND
    I ..puty Clerk
    I 11 K KY
    Vttomey i 'etltionera
    .D Lincoln Road
    alendar mi nth from the ihi
    first pu'. Hi hereof, or ime
    v t w ill l'. barred
    !..-.i ..I Miami, Plorlda :4th
    da M i- A 1> 1970
    CE1JA HE!MOM
    A Bxei utr\
    i- pui lion ..i tl'. '-i
    - March I '7
    be take. Ml R1 IMHK H COHBN
    lemanded '..... Be< utris
    I y Building, Mi: I
    3/U7 4 ..-I'i :

    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-342
    in KB. avtateof
    MILTON WASHERMAN
    ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ail Creditors and All Praoni Hav-
    i-._- Clalma or- Demanda Aganial Sa I
    j ,u ,-.. iereby Bed and renui'-
    NOT'.CE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NDTU'H IB HERBB1 tilVKX that
    the undersigned, ring to engage
    : business undo us name
    I I'M WtLUG'S Sl'NILAND MUSIC
    SHOPPES ut 4. S Dixie HikIi-
    u iv. Miami and '' Ponce de Leon
    Blvd. Coral QhI tendi U> regist-
    er Bald namr th the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court D ''nunty. Florida.
    OABLBB-Sl'XHjkNDalT'SIC
    . i.. INC
    KBSSLER, ROTH, BHERADSKY
    A BECKBRMAN
    Attorneys for Applicant
    IH?:. B.W. 3rd Ave Miami
    3 0-27 4 S-10
    NOTICE .NDER
    FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
    NOTICE is HEREB1 C.IVBN
    ih.- undersigned, eng
    buiines* under thi ou nami f
    Kith TPAVK1. \DVISBR8 R K a
    \ T A at ,7'.'-. i'"" \m-ihii. Miami
    Beach, Florida da to c<~<-r
    mid name with thi rk of 11 i C
    ,-uit c.urt of Dads County, Florida
    WYI.I.VS TOURS IXC
    By: A Han.Id Binder. Preaidei I
    BXtSLANDER A.- BURNETT
    Attorney* for
    Wyll]' T "Ur- In.'
    No l 1.in. nlr. Road l
    Miami Beach, Florida
    :. ." i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    WrTCB IS HEREBY fJTVEN that
    the iiD4ra1gned denlrinx to engage
    i bual -- 1 '' '-- name
    n' i-.'l'.Rf & 3UTOR al '- n w
    17 M iml .'..:- t.' r.-^iBier
    tin.-
    barred
    Dated i 'or I .
    L\.iy ol Mar '"
    \ \ -- atMAN
    > ^ ,
    Flr^t put-
    the. rrth da.- of M i. I 10.
    iNFORD H, K RAMBR
    Attorrey Cor
    tREWtVWABSBRMAN
    Admtntetratni
    HSO N.W. 14lh Street.
    Miami. Klonna Jj74J.l0.17
    itenrie to reel
    a Ui tha the i'inu t I : "t
    ' < '.iu. t] Florida.
    >. iRiUI 10. 197"
    PURITY PEST C< iNTROL C'1 tVC
    I 9 I.V'K LJEV*li_31Pre>
    M'l.AN PCTRT

    attorneys for Registrarlt
    By; EDWIN M GINSBURO
    - W Flral S
    Miami. Fk>. da I
    .--10
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-5OS0
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I AI.Y KAVIANY.
    Plaintiff,
    JO ANNE KAVIANY.
    m-fendant
    Tn MRa J<> ANNE KAVI.VM
    1 ,- ,, Herman J Loose
    I 1476 Silver laike Road
    Linden, Michigan 4:.ii4
    You JO ANNK. KAVIANY
    herein' notified that a Hill of c
    I plaint for I'ivorce hap been
    id".-' u ai i you are required to
    n.- p) if] u' Anawer .>r Plead-
    I |ng t-i tl-- Bill i>f Comota m tho
    plalntltl mey, I -MAX &
    HOl.TZMAN. UOfl I'.uldinK.
    ^^ \y. Btr**t, '-' .- PI -
    . ,i o and file Igli al \ iwer
    . r p|TO Hi 4 tl iffli the Clerk
    of the Circuit c-uri on or before the
    ,4ih da- >' April, 1*70 Ii" >"U fall to
    1 u i^n-.ent by default will l>e
    - >,u for th.- relief de-
    Biand !* Bill nf Complaint
    T| ihall lie puldiNhcd once
    utlve weaka
    |i THE .' :-v I8H FLORII "I VN
    i .\ | \ ..'Mi itlli,
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    Miami Happenings
    A (HlUier in tribute to Dr. B-n
    shr-wartl will In- In Id .Ma., i I Bl
    Miami Springs Villas Playhouse,
    attorney itaruui BsImbm chair-
    man of the event which will
    benefit St. Luke's K-*inVn<- for
    l>niR Abuse haa announced.
    l>r*t; Abo** has announced. On
    his committee are Mrs. William
    K. Sistrunk. Mrs. Merle Sidle
    and Mrs. Rotor! B. Moorman.
    WYVJ's vke president itaiuh
    Keulek Will cnuee the program.

    The life, accident and health
    staff of the Travelers Insurance
    Co., will hear an address by !>'>>
    Kaplan, president ol l-"l:i}jler In-
    surance <. Frida) April 10 In
    the company's Los Angeles of-
    fice. Tin1 company's top volume
    life insurance producer will de-
    tail the method by which he was
    able to write $10 million in life
    insurance last year.
    . .
    The second annual Senior < it-
    i/ens' Fair and Hobbj Show Will
    be held April 16-19 in the Miami
    Beach Convention Hall. All ol
    the oldsters' handiwork will l>c
    offered lor sale, including paint-
    ing, needlework, ceramics, sculp-
    ture, and unusual items made
    by hobbyists. Entertainment will
    ni( lude evi rything from a senior
    Mott's & Sunsweet
    Pesach Products
    When you make up your shop-
    ping lis* foi Pi sach, don'l I >i g< '
    Mi It's and S inswi I prod
    Mi tt's appli pie juice
    always \ al Pi sai h.
    Tl' y go well with i hicken or bi I
    oi is snack or thirst-qu< nchcr.
    \ goi id ej e-o| i ni r during the
    holidays is Sunswei I prune jui
    a delightfully different beveragi
    o afternoon boostei or breakfast
    a lety is Sunsweet's apt icol i c
    and Hce apt icot-auple-oi rv
    and "A.M." are special combina-
    tions ol tastj fruit i lices
    If you prefer a oked fruit for
    breakfast, Sunswei t's plump, I i
    di r cooked prunes come In '-lass
    jars and are delicious alone or
    mixed with your otln i IV.vuiite
    fruits for dessert
    You'll want as much variety as
    possible, and you can count on
    Mutt's in that department, t>>
    Besides making the best apple
    sauce, they mix apple sauce with
    apples and other fruits and call
    the result Fruit Treats. Look for
    the special Passover pack with
    such combinations as apple with
    apricots, raspberries and straw-
    berries, and chunky apples with
    pineapple and cherries.
    CANTOR WANTED
    By Dade Congregation
    Prefer one who can teach
    Bar Mitzvah Classes.
    Write P.O. Box 26,
    N. Miami Beach 33162
    REFINED LADY
    DESIRES TO
    HEAR FROM
    SENIOR GENTLEMAN
    Of good Character, who %Ml
    exhibit original fine oil paint-
    ings. Drivers's license would
    be helpful.
    Please Call
    538-6594
    START YOUR OWN
    BUSINESS
    Sell Direct from Manufacturer
    Ladies Blouses and Pants.
    Less Than Cost
    20TH CENTURY
    394 E. 10 COURT, HIALEAH
    Or Call 887-9475
    citizen talent show to a codking
    contest and music v> ill run the
    gamut from barbershop quarto)
    i,, mandolin orchestra
    *
    A four-day Florida Franchise
    and Baslncaa Opportunity Show
    will beein Frirfnv in Via' li
    Beach Convention Hall Experts
    in more than 50 different I
    of business are scheduled i > ex-
    hibit in the show bt ing managed
    and directed by Chicagoan Paul
    Kare*. !' inchise ni ices rai
    from a few hundred to thou-
    : dollars, hi said
    ,. ,i i, ilar mi i ling ol
    tahan i Slsti ihoi d ol
    !.. i', ': n ah Congregation i" the
    ill Wi dn. sda> vening al
    > is ,, sho i busim meeting will
    be followed by a pi "gram outlin-
    ing the work <>i a m w orgai i -a-
    tion called "HELP. Inc." and
    discussion i n Mow to Pn vent
    l i ig Ab is li d by psyc'uoloijlst
    :. Sam h I F> Idman Joining in
    ifl wiil bi No. tb Miami
    Bepch Councilman Robert Gerar-
    i\u. Marioi presidi ni ol
    KELP, li e and John Krofl. clinic
    !in ctor Pnrei t: and t nagers
    are especially Im ited.
    Concert Dedicated To Bertha Foster
    t oncert pianist Ely Haimowlta
    will dedicate his concert in th*
    sanctuarj > i Tem| bww I
    i,,. ati i Miami to the late
    Poster, who was responsible foe
    his receiving a four-year scholar-
    siui> to Rollins College after win-
    ning a state-wide contest at the
    age ol IS. The eon.-it ;-. scheduled
    lo t gin al 8 p.m. Tin -lay.
    Mr, Haimowitz, b professor ol
    !. usic at the l'i ivi i tit) i't Ni -
    vada, will also civ. a recital at
    li ilms Colli ge. marking the
    annivi rsary "f his graduation, and
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    DIVIDENDS GUARANTEED!
    Those words make a Claim we believe can be PROVEN!
    'DIVIDENDS'' are a share of anything divided.
    (Dictionary says so).
    In this situation, you and your wife share all the hap-
    piness, all the peace of mind and all the 'built-in'
    security.
    "DIVIDENDS GUARANTEED'' are an in<
    result ot our location and multiple facilities.
    To participate, simply endow your own futurt I
    wonderful place!
    ..J
    Superbly gracious OCEANFRONT APARTMENT- RESIDENCES ot ultimate distinction!
    Mr. and Mrs. RETIREE
    These spacious and comfortable OCEANFRONT apartment
    residences will provide luxurious carefree living. Facilities of the
    Club for recreation and relaxing will make you eager to start
    each day forever.
    Arrange now to live like KINGS and QUEENS'
    Mr. and Mrs. EXECUTIVE
    These estate like' OCEANFRONT residences are on'y "utes
    from downtown Miami or any Xway entrance In any eveit I s
    the one worth while location to make evenings and *
    full of real pleasure.
    Arrange now to live like KINGS and QUEENS
    on-site facilities
    auditorium
    bowling alleys
    Billiards
    card rooms
    shuffleboard
    OCEANFRONT LOUNGE
    DANCING
    ARTS & CRAFTS ROOMS
    GYMNASIUMS
    SAUNA BATHS
    HEATED FOOLS
    SALT WATFR POOL
    FRESH WATFR POOL
    SUN DECKS
    PRIVATE BEACH
    $
    PfCM Mart it
    17,995
    00

    The SHOREHAM OCEAN CLUB will have an unusually fine selection of
    APARTMENT RESIDENCES......each with a private panoramic Terrace.
    Four types of 2 Bedroom/2 Bath units. Three types of Studios. Also,
    1 Bedroom/IV2 Baths. Exposure oriented to your choice.
    Model Apartments are ready for your visit at the site of the future
    SHOREHAM OCEAN CLUB. Open 7 days a week. 9:30 to 5:30.
    While there, be sure to 'scout' the immense property whose private beach
    fronts over 300 feet on the OCEAN Note t"it it adjoins a near mile of
    landscaped oceanfront beach (Lummus Park) abso'utely the finest in the
    World! You'll never be hemmed in' here.
    Also, note how tremendously convenient it is to super-markets, all kinds
    of shopping, theatres, restaurants, etc.
    If you consider all the factors, the Value, the Conveniences, the Safety,
    the Security, the Facilities and the Location, by any kind of reasoning
    the SHOREHAM OCEAN CLUB has just got to be your choice and, as-
    suredly, there will never be a doubt.
    Arrange now to live like.KINGS and QUEENS!
    IUMMUS PARK
    5th STREET (extension of MacArtfur Ci
    Pushbutton Oven-Range,
    Dishwathcr and
    Relngraior-Freztr
    by General Eiactnc,
    Another high-rise
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    SHOREHAM
    ?S70CEANCLUB
    CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS m ocean d*,ve. mm beach, flo^a 33.39. phone m *+
    INIUM
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