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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 42 Number 16
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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'ami Florida Friday. April 18. 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
Scientist Attacked For Calling Jews 'Superior'
I i i VI ii iV c IT A i I ^....i a-......... M.
LONDON (JTA) I.oni Snow.
io British sri. ntisl ami writer,
las come under attack for sug-
sting that Jews may have a
netic endowment sui>erior to
hal uf other people. Lorif Snow
nade the remark at founders' day
iv him of New York's Hebrew
nk>n College Jewish Institute of
teligion. the seminary of Keform
laisrn British induration Minis-
Edward Short criticized it as
;. completely spurious doctrine,
reminiscent of Dr. Goebbels."
DMoslag that he Bad re-
relved "a stack of paranoid and
obscene letters from people ac-
cusing me of being in th.- paj of
I' WB," Lord Snow said he re-
lented an) suggestion that he is
racist, "i do say that certain
groups of people have a higher
average genetic endowment," he
added. "The J.-ws. judged l,y tile
erode test or their number of
Nobel Prize winners, are a case
in point."
Lord Snow said he was pre-
pared to go to an all-black semi-
nary in Alabama and say, "II you
' k the hsi oi Olympic gold
medallists, it is dear that the Ne-
gro race is disproportionately tal-
ent, d in ... racing and the long
jump.''
Lord Snow's controversial re-
mark was in answer to the rhetor-
ical question -Why have the Jews
been so successful?" which he had
Mas Plans
For 6,300
Refugees
NEW YORK 'JTAi Report-
&g cm the activities of the United
lias Service at its 85th annual
lectlng here. Gaynor I. Jacobson,
gecutive vice president, said I has
ill- to resettle more than 6,300
fewish refugees and migrants in
9t>i'. including tome 1.800 from
oland. 650 from Czechoslovakia,
[.lino from Morocco, S00 from Tu-
i-.a ai i 850 from Middle East
Mintrii s.
' Mori than 2,000 other refugees
re h- iped by our agency to find
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posed in his address at the HUC-
JIR gathering. He noted that at
no time could the world's Jewish
population have exceeded 20 mil-
lion and it may have been about
17 or 18 million less than the
present populations of Canada,
Ethiopia, Spain or Turkey bi fore
the Nazi Holocaust. "Take any
test of achievement you like in
any branch of science, mathemat-
ics, literature, music, public life,"
he said. "The Jewish performance
DRIfT' IN MIDEAST STAND
has been not only disproportionate,
i but almost ridiculously dispropor-
I tionate ... If we assume, as is
probably si risible, that Nobel Prize
winn rs are bound to !* drawn
from advanced societies, then the
fair statistical distribution for
Jewish people would be something
li ss than one in 50 Run your
eye down the lists of Nobel Prize
I winners for the last 25 years, v >u
Continued on PaVje 9-A
U.S. Jews Worried
Over American Policy
GAYN0KJACOBSON
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rabbi
Herschel Schactcr, chairman of
the Conference ol Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions, told Secretary of State Wil-
liam IV Rogers this week that
American Jews an- "deeply wor-
ried about the apparent drift in
United States policy on the Middle
item Euro-
225 in itjn
America ami 181 In Australia." Mr.
acobson said.
He urged the U.S. government,
in lino with its traditional policy
humanitarian concern, to waive
ie labor certification provision of
ir immigration law in certain in-
tances to facilitate USSR family
Minion."
Carlos L. Israels, president of
(>* organization, reported that it
Id aided more than 56.000 Jewish
ttl, women and children, includ-
6.423 who were helped to re-
^ttle in Western countries during
< past year.
[Ambassador Graham Martin.
fclal assistant to the Secretary
State, conveyed a message of
wting to Hias from President
pxon. "The need to provide rescue,
resettlement assistance to
rwish refugees and migrants
lioughout the world is more
ressing than ever, ami your repu-
Ition is a fitting mandate for your
intinuing contribution to a chal-
fnge that concerns us all." the
nessage said.
Jew Bound For Israel
Is Arrested Bv Soviets
NEW YORK (WNS Western
newsmen have reported from Mos-
cow that the Soviet authorities
are holding a Jewish radio engi-
neer who wanted to emigrate to
Israel on charges of spreading
fabrications slandering the Soviet
state and social system.
The engineer, reportedly under
arrest in Kiev since Deo mber, de-
fended Israel during discussions at
his factory right after the Six-Day
War. He also got involved in argu-
iiii r.ts over the official Russian po-
sition on the Babi Yar massacre
during memoi ial services last year.
He was pressured into giving up
his j lb and last summer he and
his wife, who is not Jewish, re-
quested permission to go to Israel.
Thai was refused because the So-
viet Union had no diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel.
Last November, when a trickle
of emigration to Israel was re-
sumed, the couple was given per-
mission to leave Russia. But on
the day they were to pick up pass
ports, their apartment was search-
ed anil letters sent to Soviet lead-
ers were seized, The man was ar-
il sted shortly after.
At .i pretrial investigation, the
court sent the case hack for fur-
ther investigation because there
was not sufficient evidence to sup-
port the charges.
An expert on Soviet Jewry,
meanwhile, has challenged state-
ments made by Rabbi Isaac U.
Hechtman. executive director-of
Continues on rage 11 A
Easl away from an insistence ona
n< gotiated pea,- I etween the Arab
States and Israel."
The New York rabbi, who
headed a delegation ol 22 Jewish
leaders which met with Secretary
Rogi is. voiced "concern and agita-
tion" over the prospect that cur-
rent Four Power talks would "ab-
solve the Arab states from theii
responsil llity to settle their differ-
ences directly with 1st ie! "
"If King Hussein is serious about
his six-point plan (proposed last
week), let him call a halt to ter- |
rorism and immediately enter into
ta'ks with Israel." Rabin Schacter
told Mr. Rogers. This is the only
tr c wa.< of effect!velv Implement-
ing the United Nations' Nov. 22,
I9G7 resolution. The test of the
Arab desire for peace with Israel
is ,i willingni ss to talk peace with
Israel. Such direct talks," he add-
i d, "should be the direction and
,-oai of American policy In the
Midi ast. Anything else will en-
courage the intransigence of the
Arab govi rnments in rejecting all
constructive proposals for negotia-
tions leading to an agreed and
lasting peace."
The meeting, held at Secretary
Rogers' invitation, was an out-
growth of the National Lead.
i' nfen nee on Peace in the Middle
Bast held, in New York in March.
Rabbi Schacter gave Mr. Rogers n
copy of a resolution unanimously
adopted at the parley which de-
elan d that U.S. Jews were "united
and resolute as never befon in
support of Israel's determination
to exercise the inalienable right of
Continued on Page 15-A
Sorensen Raps 'Initiative'
Over Four-Power Talks
IN THIS ISSUE
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Bar Mitivah ''O Real Estate 11B
Candelight'g 10A Round Town 6-B
Book Review 12A Sermon 10-A
Cohen 4-A Synagogue* 10-A
Dining 118 Torah 10-A
Engagem'ts 8-9B Lehman 8-B Obituaries 13-B Quiz Box 10A TV 10-A Weddings 8-9B Woman's World 5-B
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NEW YORK (JTA i Theodore
Sorensen, one-time adviser to the
late President John F. Kennedy,
declared here that the initiative of
President Richard M. Nixon in
pushing for a Big Power solution
to the Arab-Israel conflict might
oroduce a peace package which
could be "the path to disaster."
Mr. Sorensen. speaking at the
Dareca Amuno synagogue here,
said, "The worst foreign policy
mistake of President Nixon's
first year on his own in the
White House may well In- his
effort to Americanise the pur-
CJA-IEF Drive Passes $3 Million
More than $3,000,000 has been
raised to date on behalf of both
Combined Jewish Ap|M-al and
It he Israel Emergency Kund. ac-
(cording to an announcement this
[Veek by Robert Russell, general
I lirman of the 1909 twin cam-
jliiign of the Greater Miami Jew-
[i>!i Federation.
A goal of $2,472,118 has been set
f >r the Combined Jewish Appeal.
|rv> limit has t>oen set for the Is-
ji'i 1 Emergency Fund drive.
> -^dl said.
"Recent events have demon-
strated the need for Greater Miami
Jewry to concentrate its full at-
ti ntion and efforts on reaching
and surpassing the CJA goal." Mr.
Russell said.
"Campaign leaders and workers
are heartened by the dramatic in-
creases in both the CJA and IFF
campaigns which have been secur-
ed (0 date." he noted. "A compari-
son of gifts in 1968 and 19G9 from
the same contributors shows a 40
percent increase in the CJA and a
70 percent increase in IFF.
"This is the kind of response we
must gain from every member of
the Jewish community if we are to
each our goal." Mr. Russell de-
clared, adding that it is particu-
larly significant to see gifts to the
Israel Emergency Fund being se-
cured on a level of generosity ex-
ceeding those made in June and
July of 1967 the height of the
Six-Day War |>eriod.
Mr Russell stressed that the
campaign's strong showing to date
has been gained because of the
outstanding teamwork of the
drive's leadership and legion of
1.750 workers who have pledged to
'carry the 1969 Combined Jewish
Apical Israel Emergency Fund
I story to every housi hold and busi-
ness within the Greater Miami
, Jewish community.
He said that while the fund-
I raising meetings are coming to a
, close, the campaign is far from
over. The most concentrated Dial-
Continued on Pag* 8-A
suit of peace in the Middle
East." and declared the Nixon
Administration had been "more
energetic about trying to settle
someone else's war" than in set-
tling its ownthe Vietnamese
conflict.
The United States could be help-
ful in the Middle Fast, he asserted.
"not by hi Iping to prepare a Big
Four package for two of the four
are not really so 'big' and thiir
package has more liabilities than
assets but by working primarily
with the Soviet Union, the one real
power in the area whose interest
cannot be excluded even while we
hope to minimize her presence, to
help the parties to settle (the con-
flict i themselves."
He proposed four steps by
which, he contended, the Nixon
Administration could help to
bring about more tranquil con-
ditions in the Middle East while
concentrating on the task of
settling the Vietnam war. He
said the United States should
improve the atmosphere for di-
rect Arab-Israel talks, encour-
aging the two sides "to meet and
negotiate on a realistic basis
with each other instead of nur-
turing the notion that our talks
will make theirs unnecessary."
Mr. Sorensen said the United
Continued on Page 11-A


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About Eilat Attacks

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k that Jordan had been n -
.it iil>- wan '. : i he grat ity
.. which Israel viewed any at-
ich on its Kilat port still another
aarning was sent to Jordan, it was
orted, after the guerrilla rock I
attack to which Israel replied w
n air strike nt the nearby Jor-
anian Akaba iirt.
The London Tclesraph reported
Bl Israeli naval units, including
pedo boats, had started patrol-
ing the approaches to Akaba to
pi i ions Irate how easily the Jor-
nnian port could be blockaded.
Israeli officials were reported to
eluve that the surprise rocket
ttack on Kilat was part of a
Jordanian-Egyptian strategy to
olster warnings that the Mideast
i~ on the verge <>f a new war.
i the hoi*- this would lead to
'\x Four pressure on Israel
Meanwhile, clashes continued as
Israeli units fought gaarrtUas In
u Beisan Vallty anil the Golan
(eights, where two Arab sabo-
teurs were killtd and a third was
ounded ir. another artillery duel
cross the su dried that Israeli gamers -cored
in el hits on an Egypt! in I ink
r Port Sin ..
Officials alo reported that 11
Israelis wen- wounded when the
Katyusha-launched rockets hit
Kil.it. Jordan complained that
>'ighl persons were killed and
line wounded In the Mi li air
i- and I '" I lied
counter-charge* with the l nited
Nations Si i urit < uiim il, <> ">
tar *non-
vihil i '
i attle.
Isroel Discover* Water
Jnder Sinai Desert
.1! RU5 : 1st

Desert at d
I hun In d : aids but note it
Id bi "to
!: t h is
tuld be '. : I :> w atei i mid
the entin
i: al li one, they said.
[sraell Ambassadoi Toei i f< -
koah a so complaint d to the S -
Ity C luncll that the rocket at-
tack on Eilat was w tnton, un-
pro%*oked .md barbaric" an i that
[sra< i t".>k air action against the
sou..... of the rocket On in a If-
Jordan did not call for a new
Council meeting, but asked the
Council to impose iron- effective
measures" against Israel, an ap-
parent reference to diplomatic.
economic or military measures.
Prior to the rocket action, Is-
raeli and Jordanian regular forct I
1 had refrained from action against
the Gulf Of Akaba ports, their out-
lets to the Red Sea and worldwide
shipping. Aware of the vulner-
ability of the Akaba port. King
Hussi in some months ago cracked
down o:i Arab guerrillas in the
area who had fired rockets that
landed near Kilat. After that re-
pn ssion, which led to government-
guerrilla tensions in Amman, the
rvmmandos--moved their Sabotage
activities northward.
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Friday. April 18. 1969
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$2 Million Daily
On Defense Needs
TKI. AVIV (WMB1 Gen. Ja-
i-ob Mrfit/. budget chief tietftme Ministry, lias disclosed
ih.-ii Israel is spending $2 million
a day. seven days a week, for do-
fensr noeds. In four days of artil-
lery duels with Egyptian forces
across the Suez Canal three weeks
aeo. he said, Israeli gunners fired
si 7 million worth of shells.
The hulk of the 19C9 defense
budget, which is :.".. times the size
of the low; budget the year be-
fore the Six-Hay War will go 10
the Air Force, he said, to pay for
the Phantom jet fighter-bombers,
Skyhawk Jeti and Hawk anti-
aircraft missiles purchased from
the United states
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Plans Are Completed For Anniversary Fete
le Greatr!' Miami ?.... ;..u ....... e .. *
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity will loin world Jewry in
a lebrating the L'lst anniversary of
the establishment of the State ol
Israel Tuesdaj evening, the e\.....
the official anniversary date, ai an
Independence Day Dinner in the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The 7 p.m. dinner,
under the auspices of the Israel
Bond organization, will be preced-
ed by a 6 30 p.m. reception.
Men ache Metr, eMer son of
Mrs. Qaiaa Men*, Prime Minister
of Israel, will he on hand to
eonfer the Israel Prime Minis-
ter's Medallion ii|hiii She|iard
Broad, hoslstetM ami eonunnaal
leader, for his litHuni; servtee tin
behalf of IstmeL
Mr. Meir, one of Israel's out-
standing musicians who is a cellist
<>f world renown, will present a
special program prepared In honor
Bar-Lev Confident
About Occupation
TEL AVIV fWNSl Mai. Gen.
Chaim Bar-Lev, Israel's Chief of
Staff, told a press luncheon that
Israel can maintain its occupation
ol the Aiaii territories with rela-
tively little strain on the nation's
economy and manpower resources.
Strikes by students, teachers
and professionals in the former
Jordanian areas are not a serious
problem, he said, and guerrilla ac-
tivity is being belli to an absolute
minimum.
Military observers estimate that
the seven Knyptian divisions along
the Suez Canal cease-fire line face
onlv about one di\ ision of Israi
soldiers, One reason for this is the
success of the Bur-Lex line, deeply
lepth fortifications
the wat< rw a> vt Inch have
forces lo faei
i nemy trn ntrations while
reducing thi ir casulatii s to a mini-
mum dui injj xchangi s ol tank and
artillery fire with Egyptian forces,
>>f this occasion.
Lord Kdwin Samuel, vtswoonl
of Toxteth and Mount ( armel,
whose father. Lord Herbert
Samn.l. M:,s first ||iKh < mnniis-
Sioner for nascent Israel, will
be the guest speaker. Lord Sam-
uel is a leading speciattsl on
Israel, where be lias maintained
a home and has been Intimate!)
Identified with the country's
growth.
Israel Anniversary Chairman is
David j. Light, veteran communal
Nailer. A roster of distinguished
community leaders are serving
with him on the committee, head-
ed by James M. Albert, chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
organization; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
tnan. chairman of the executive
board; Samuel Friedland, Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Leonard Rosen,
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Sidney D, Ansin, Harry Frankel,
Jack S. Popick and Jacob Rifkin,
chairmen of Patrons.
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Harbor Islands and its Mayor for
more than 20 sears, attorney-
banker Shepard Broad has been in
the vanguard of service for Israel
since its establisment, and was one
oi the national leaders of the Zi-
onist Organization who helped lay
the foundation for the establish-
ment of the J. wish Stale.
Mr. Broad, who is active in a
wide spectrum of philanthropic,
communal and religious causes, is
statewide chairman for banks and
fiduciaries for Israel Bonds. A
founder anil tirsi president of the
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and awarded as a permanent keep-
sake ol the .'lsl year ol Israel's
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The musical career oi Menachem
Mi ir, who has appeared in concert
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30 NISAN 5729
Volume 42
Number 16
orA<
Israel Celebrates Its
21st Anniversary
During the coming week, the
State of Israel marks another an-
niversary of its indepandence its
21st.
For most of us, a 21st birthday
brings to mind a milestone of ma-
turity. In the case of Israel, however,
the circumstances of its birth brouqht
about its mcturity from its very first
days of existence. It is '.his maturity
that has provided the nation with
the type of courage and stamina
that it has needed for survival under
adverse conditions.
Today, as in the past, the tasks
facing Israel are. above all, to safe-
guard the nation's security and to
continue to strive for peace.
No nation in all history has had
to struggle against the unjust hos-
tility of its neighbors as has Israel.
Amidst the current problems fac-
ing the 21-year-old nation. Israel and
its leaders are now more than ever
aware of the fact that the key to en-
durance in the struggles and wars
that have been forced upon the country lies in
the inexorable tie between survival and so-
vereignty.
Israel is also conscious of the fact thai the
distinct possibility of any Middle East solution
imposed by force or pressure by world powers
is no less a threat to her sovereignty than the
Arab aggression over the past two decades.

Defense Against Aggression
It has been Israel's fate and the real tragedy
of the Middle East that while the Jewish State
has been preoccupied with constructive and
creative work in building a homeland. Israelis
have had to defend their lives and their achi-
evements and take up arms against attackers
and aggressors.
It has never been Israel's aspiration to win
victories in war but rather to prevent war. Un-
fortunately, the Arab leaders have consistently
repulsed the outstretched hand of peace.
Israel's existence in the Middle East is no
transient phenomenon. This is now clearer than
ever. Nor is Israel a foreiqn growth in that part
of the world and the people cannot be uprooted
from their homeland.
At this juncture in the nation's history, Is-
rael's foes both inside and Outside the Arab
world are determined to convey the impres-
sion that the Middle East is on the brink of
another war.
While Arab terrorist acts can plunge the re-
gion into widespread conflict, the fact is that
many cf the reports of border skirmishes have
been exaggerated far out of proportion.
It is important at this time for Americans to
realize that Israel is not an armed camp and
that life is normal throughout the country.
Security, of course, is and has always been
a problem, but it has not overwhelmed the life
cf the count: y.
Personal Pilgrimage
In Israel's cities in Tel Aviv. Jerusalem,
Haifa and Beersheba life goes on as usual.
Hotels maintain full S3rvices, museums are
open and theatres and concert halls continue
their usual cultural programs.
As in years past. Americans should par-
ticipate fully in Israel's anniversary celebra-
tions in communities throughout the world as
well as in Israel. Americans choosing this time
to visit the Jewish State will find basic con-'
ditions in Israel unchanged and an inspiration
for Jewish living.
Americans certainly consider themselves
part of the achievements of the Jewish nation
and should express this pride not only by sup-
porting Israel financially but by undertaking |
a personal visit.
Such personal pilgrimages can be among
the most meaningful exp3riences of a liletime
and will also strive to strengthen the ties be-1
tween Jews in Israel and Jews in the Diaspora.,
They are ties that must grow ever stronger for
the benefit of all of world Jewry.
Our commitment to Israel is, of course, a
year round obligation. The celebration of the
anniversary of the founding of the Jewish State
whether by personal visit or by paTticipat:nq
in activities in our own communities can pro-
vide inspiration that will last throughout the
year.
a. t
Israel Bond Celebration
Here in Greater Miami, one of the major
ccmmunity wide events in celebration of Is-
rael's cnniversary has traditionally been the
festivities sponsored by the local Israel Bond.
Organization.
This vear. the Israel Bond annivemary din-
ner will be held Tuesday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The auest of for the event will be
Mayer Shepard BrcaJ of Bay Harbor Islands.
Mr. Broad's devotion to the State of I.
aoes back to a period before the founding of
the Jewish State when ho paricpated alonq
with Israel's founders in the very early e!:
to provide for the now nations defense and
well being.
Our community's recognition of Mr. Br3
contributors to the establishment and develoo-
ment of Israel is particularly significant at this
21st anniversary fete which, we can hope, ,
also mark a new era auned at peace between
Israel and its neighbors.
JOSEPH ILSir
AiSOP
Paying Blackmail
WASHINGTON Presi
Nixon would have abolished the
Office ol Economic Opportunity,
together with Its Communltj Ac-
tion Programs it II had not n
for a rather simple, extremely
unpalatable fact l\ was judged
ti*> dangerous t>> <\ >" at ,,lls
time.
Countrywide, in addition '"
considi rable and costly prof' --
sional bureaucracy, tin assorted
Community Action Pi grams em-
ploy hist under 29.000 nonprofes-
Is mi a full-time I aiis A
substantial majority of the ;
i>ir come from tlir urban ghettos,
.mil the nonprofi ssional ?;:' ^
in the ghettos constitute a new
and ; werful \- sti Inti n ~t.




Veslrd Inlcresl
'I'M. reason thi -*' Inti
ol tackfa -I h> ait nil. which is
fret i> admitti ,l by tin- high* M
Ni\,in polio; makers as that
'They Would have burned the
place dow .'. i: v. ' thi- programs just like that." In
uther words, if separated from
the payroll, a Rood many in this
ratter special group of govern-
ment employes were expects to
do their l-st to start another
If ii cycle of in b
To l* Muni about it
... iih nta i
.-Hi groupi rra
i at ii. r common prai i
i >tfiee nf 1 iniiiii: .
a most sine th fan
poverty began C< i
who must lx named
will probably be undei
tion at an < arly ,:.it.
call) .1 "The Bn
Judging by the ki
The Brookl) VJH I
ioi ally profit
,,' militancy In I:-.,,
m< r outbri aki '
i, an in BroBkly*
St tyvesant ctloi ;
itant was we .'- \wa
"Ml f,.r a \etet n
project that r luall
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In 1968
tlon proji ct v.
but this time,
Brooklyn Mi Item
for another almosi
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u as t" kei p l '' ''.i ii '
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doubtedly a partieui.u (grant
, is. much the -ai.,
has been 'lone in
Continued f\ Page 7 A
entpntnt rw
EDWARD CQHEIM
The Thirties Again?
My first n action t,i the picture
in the New York Times was nos-
talgia; then Incredulity and. on
final thought, disappointment.
"Youth Against War and Fas-
If the 1930s m an nothing
tu you, that sign i at rted In re-
nt Ni m Yoi k \- .u |
no significance For me, it In-
voked mi morii s uf my youth and
a i adical i i ii \ .
m hich the youi
never
\nil. it wa er |.....f of
i.t thai those mho do
not know history are destined to
if 1 : com-
plaint about i n is
a i >mmu-
nist-front ition ill
l de-
re< d to l>' a ii \ lui ,
. i U i m Intel

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HS With I ;
which I
Up against the wall
in its ending to pn
a I ii
"k-ft-li ind I'n
The verbal ind
by th,- "crash i' "^ '
not eonflnad to i
da) 'a i stablial
but against thotv
refused lo a. a pi i
:i, cj that U'- u
Just around the
disagn ed l
at .1 Fascist T' ^ "
i-.t. Trotskyitoi ....-'i'" -
and only Incidi ru.
the true rolloui
Muaaolinl 1 -
the lib i
M "..i is
that so mil, '
n is \
who are th
allies, mo tl
ill,in bj '
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more ft Ighl -
belief ol so
;is that '
osllswraasly "
st<-p to n
If th, ,.i.
ol histor) ,.
they WOUM II..'- I '
Stalin and hi! I
that takii i
drill ,! m t, '
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beneficiary agencies. Shown (from left) are:
L. Juls Arkin. chairman. Federation Budget
Committee, Mrs. Harry B. Smith, I. M. Lel-
chuk. Jerry Sussman, and Lawrence Wiener.
U.S. Is Reported
Ready To Baek
Desalination Plan
WASHINGTON UTAi The
United States appears ready to go
ahead with aid to Israel for the
construction of a sea-water de-
salination plant, the Washington
Post reported from Rome.
Th< project grew out of pro-
posals made by former President
Dwight D. Elsenhower and former
Atomic Energy Commission chair-
man. Admiral Lewis L. Strauss. It
has been reportedly endorsed by
PreflftdaM Richard M. Nixon. Pre-
liminary dlaeusstons between Is-
raeli and American experts took
place Muting the Johnson Admin-
tt ration.
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Stymie energy; it said. Nuclear
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wool:! !* produced in the plant
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tirman. Theme of the evening,
said, will be "It Was A Verj
Good Year" after the populai song
ol iii.- same name.
Working with Mr. Cutler on the
ual meeting committee are Mr.
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- Howard Faber, Mrs. Bessie
\ onoff, Mrs. Arthur Roth, Mrs.
I.. Bran.lt and Sand} Bochner.
After a champagne reception at
7 '.0 p.m.. a short business meeting
will lx' followed by buffet supper.
at which dietary laws will be >*>-
scrvi d and dancing.
Jack Schenkman, chairman of
th, nominating committee, has an-
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have been placed in nomination^
San Si itlin, presidi nl Paul Faske
orary president; Richard J.
Abel. Matthew Ettinger and Mor-
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Agriculture School Fete
PARIS iJTAi Celebrations
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cases, and ofti n In a much biggei
u ;i\.
Polly Chiseling
Harry Frankel, noted philanthropist, congratulating the
leadership of the Seacoast Towers North on a successful
fund-raising meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Campaign. Shown at a recent meeting are
(from left), Samuel Polinsky. cochairman; Mr. Frankel; Max
Weitz. cochairman; and Harry Herman, general chairman.
Israel Will Bolster
Defenses At Suez
i
TEL AVIV (JTM The chiel
i ih. ('..in ral Stafl Branch of the
\rmj disclosed this week that Is-
el will reinforce its armored
mis In the Sinai this year to mi et
I aj gn isive moves by Egypt.
(Jen, Ezer Weizmann, who met
with military corn g|x>ndents here,
1 iriier repoi is that
lei hi- itablish. il i special
ml (or the Sin li in addition
ih. Ki ling south eenti il
-,,, 1 | ;
..I .i.n/.iiion was designed I i
i nt in bas I
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[si ,i. I Arn
. in. i v in.li const i ueted a di -
-in as) bai
inr Si i ianal that provi .1 itsel)
l i.si week's artillery dui Is. He
ii.I a 'hough Ihe Kgyptians fired
Ito 'i shells, Israeli casual-
ises hi iv held to ii minimum. He
also praised Israeli gunners for the
in-poini accuracy ol theii 11 turn
fire which caused heavj damage
to Egyptian oil n fim i ies, shipping
and troop emplaccmi nts.
Gen. YVei/mann said Ih. Israel
An Force would have no trouble
absorbing the supersonic American
Phantom jet right) r bombers due
i.i be delivered, as well ;is the U.S.-
built Skyhawks, n subsonic fighter
thai has alreadj arrived. He --.liii
the training of new pilots would
b. acci lerati il but not at the sacri-
fice .'i quality. The general fell
that thi (si a. I Air Force as pres-
ent l> con '..iv. d w ould r t t. : I
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I! said the militai > pro
will inclihIi

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.: ini I thai
1 I hold large seal.
yi ar which
will involve Air Force, infantry,
armored units and paratroopers in
ol n ater than .li\ ision
strength
In Boston, two men were ac-
tually murdered in a ghetto dis-
pute over a particularly appetiz-
ing land particularly ridiculous
bowlful of federal gravy. In New-
York, the local poverty programs
are now known to have suffered
from organized defalcations on a
huge scale. Even in this city,
there is reported evidence of a lot
of petty chisi line, plus some drug
peddling and drug use. in the gen-
erally us.ful project known as
Pride. Inc.
I li fore verj long, a sp< cial re-
port by the General Accounting
(iffice is due to lake the lid off a
lot that has been going on behind
the facadi ol the well-intentioned
war on poverty, with fairlj sen-
sational I fl ets 'I'll, natter, one
can expert a rolling series of reve-
lations, by grand jury pres
tions and indictments, by other
governmental and congressional
investigations and the like. All
t in-- has also been foreseen has
In en in part planned, indeed
by the Nixon policy-makers.
Such, then, is the needed back-
ground against which to read the
ining ..I the piesident's judg-
ment ol Solomon .in the Office of
Economic Opportunity. By this
nv nt. i >Ki 's Head Start and
.lull (" rps programs were handed
oxer, respectively, to the 1 lealth,
tion and VVi liar.- I ippart-
mi. -in and to tli l or D
I I > was left int
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ief re-
lin.
the i u 11 along with them. Cynics
- et thai the l'n sid. :ii
and hi mi di,used advisers
wish it in turn out that way; and
in this instance, the cynics ill
almost ci i tail,I., be right.
Thai leaves the twin problems
ol povi rtj and of keeping the big
cities "cool." As to poverty, the
famous war against it was large-
ly an academic sociologists' mon-
strosity. Many billions need to be
pent to eliminate the horror ol
poverty in the midst of affluene
but this was not the way to do
it. as the result has proved.
A- in cooling the citii -
' be done by blackn li
ing blackmail in the nami i
niuiiii> action is probabl) ih
worst of all ways to do 11
French were far more practical
in Saigon, when they kept Hi.
Communists OUt and mad. a lot
Of money lor their secret service.
loo, by the simple expedient of
silling the whole city to the I'.rih
Xuyen gang. But for government
to pay blackmail is both wrong
In principle ami wrong in |
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prosecution of war criminals in
Moscow, He said the USSR w
insist that international agree-
nts for the punishment of N.i. i
criminals be observed.
The statute of limitations is due
to go into effect in West Germany
IK \t I>'c. 31. It would ban further
trials for ]>crsons accused of war
crimi s involving murder. Demands
for abolition of the statute have
French Communists
Criticize Poland's
Anti-Semitic Drive
PARIS, (JTA A ip >l
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the view of lu- ; redec ssor, Gustju
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In a related development, the
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lition of the statute. The 1
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ilower housei and'hi government.
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Friday. April 18, 1969
* Jewisti fkrkilan
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PERSONALITY PROF/IE
Baseball Pro Values Teamwork At Hospital
BfNMMfN 6. KLINt
lew Israel Library
is Financed By
ierman Publisher
JERUSALEM iJTAi A library
Dads possible by a million dollar
rift from W< st German publisher
Vvl Springer was opened here this
ink Thi' stone and glass) ttruc-
lure contain an auditorium and
till house the central library for
Irchcology and fine arts of the Is-
rael MuSTum, which will eventual-
contain 100.000 volumes.
Mr Splngrr. a millionaire pub-
lisher of (ierman newspapers and
other rinii(':il who is a target "i
ism by German leftists, made
t doi ation tor the building to
srael Ambassador Aaher Ben-
Jathan m West Berlin in 1966 The
Construction was delayed by the
i;*7 Arab-Israel war.
ibrary was founded in 19 ";
- the Bczalel Lihrarj ol ai t and
- ntly has 30.000 volumes deal-
with art and archeology. When
Spi Iti d Israel Ir
r '. i- i ci iv' in the municipa Ity
v. ich was lh< n jus! 30 yards ft
t mistici lit i w i'h Joi ''
; id he was l
proximil ol his | *t
, ; tod publish
\. ist ai d \'. csl Ber-
probk m w as a>
tutsi i wii. n Mr. Sprit
iad no intcnti<.....I ha
thi librarj named afi i I in S
, wen i.ii- d here to
: | i Jet i n difii afl a
. cal .".l Mayoi red In
who ha '
1 donation was pn 'nt< d,
.,! | n< ver I ir a monv nl tho
Mr. Kolfa k, chairman of the
- urn's hoard of governors,
. ,! Mr Springer for his d
.... : attil lerstanding."
I ii ba i"' hadn'1 bei n in-
x Ud and Sam .. K...... was not
. i 1 urn whci 11

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..." t| :
WVll ; ig
'of the i things a
mat i l. re
i- no expericno
tl n intei action amoti
a common i nd < si* ciallj ii
t lat i nd is to setve a worthy
cause."
It is tliis philosophy Bei
G. Kline brings this week to the
Chairmanship Of the Founders
Club of Mount Sinai Hospital His
n eord of service in nine years as a
Founder and Trusts bespeaks the
sam<
Almost all the lay committees
.it Mount Sinai have had Kline's
name among their membership
during his tenure. His favorites,
however, have always been thosi
involving personal contact per-
sonnel, nominations, acknowled
menl of gifts and endowments.
"The n lationships I've di \ i I-
d have I. nt gr< ater mi arm.- to
my having been honored a- a
; ir.d< r." he said. "I'vi l> ai ned
I ihcn Is gratificat
ivii if on '- matt i ii I assi ts
ndcrs m Is be-
stowi ,1 upon ix isons who
made cont i tioi 1.000 or
i til I I I is
mo.c n
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In leal
r c i h 5, "but
more hit] ui tai.t, l i tin "' i-
uity to i.itioduce othi rs to tke
_iiimI work we do."
Mi. Klini has been active in nu-
merous other community organi-
zations as w.-ll. among them the
Miami Beach Kiwania Club, of
which he is past president, and the
liami !han Com-
sen
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it was i Ihesi activities
boine
, riodie-
.ii -
.. non-
..
A year later, hi
, \, as nami d to s< rvi on the
iai d.
Plior to his hoti I int. rests here,
which also included ownership Of
the Monte Carlo and the executive
directorship of the Diplomat at its
opening, Mr. Kline's business ac-
tivity was centered in Baltimore.
ever to b calk d Food

And i \' n i ai liei ills, hi
i fini
. iyer.
'This s cess too, all was 1
on i rsonal relationships." he said.
I always fi It I was dealing with
tm nds. not just customers .
and I am glad that today, wivn I
no longer no d to be act! ve in
business, the work of the Found-
ers enables me to continue exeat-
i in new friendships."
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ECD Program
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.. mi ster ol the Early Child-
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vwiIA ol Greater Miami.
The school is open to children
three, to five years old and is
, rated both at the central Y.
^ i S\V 8th St., and at 16951 NE
; \\, in North Dade.
. nsi d by the Florida Stab
\v. Ifare Hoard. ECD provides a
I ., pxperi nee for children to
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The ontlre 20-acre fa< lliti
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Classes arc held from 9 am. I
,: and both transiwrtat.on and
.nance are available.
Scientist Is
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Statement
i < nntlnui d iriini Page 1- \ >
u; I find son
. a : : .' w. ':
i s."
rd .; i "' i
it tin v ron-
r.t and t he pn sst n ol
rsi cution has led 1
: tali.it.
[n thai
fd States or t L'nited
. win re the i
ive than
at an; tinii '
: ;.,,,. i inter-
Moorish Spain OIH w
vjHct I his \. losion >' talent In
,. urs. to lose Its force. Will
ippei '; is then si
tl ing m the Ji wisji g< n -pool
ii h product s tali nl on quite a
difl rent scale from say. the
lo-Saxon gene-pool? 1 am pre-
I io in lieve that this max be
<,, One would like to know more
about the Jewish gene-pool. In
. ai io is plae. s c< rtainly in East-
em Europe it must have stayed
:, itj undiluted or unaltered for
hi:-i.nds ol years." Lord Snow
said
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Friday
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Community Health
B\ KARRI ARTHUR STKINHKRt; \itual Laws ol l.prosy. then is a
_ __.. significant lesson t<> !>< learned
Tempi.- Be>,h An. {fQm ^ wr} ^ ^ ^ j^^^
Thr book of Leviticus is the "f abate laws bi the Torah.
m.h lHHk in the Torah that con-
tains no narrative history at all.
it vat known originally as the
As a result of the legislation
I that flowed from this code, no
B.v KARRI SAMt.'EL J. FOX
Arr then any '-liuious rr>-
qulrviiM*ntH h to Ihr length and
width of a crave in which a body
s>.
other people developed a higher I*"****
Tora, K.-hanim." The ,.w of the n(;(.pt The DM* and their G(.noi.allv k th|W ,,,,.
Priests, and ls devoted entirely to relationship to Him nor did any S(((1IV, s uhu,h <*, |h 1)nt,,h
toaehlng the priests how to per- !-ople develop a keener apprecia- shlJUll| ,. foUr cubits lT8jmud
form inch dutlea properly and to ""? of ,h(' *J?n"'?an,c! !J?1 Baba Kama 100b. Maimonidea Me-
icting the people to become
a Holv People.
and community health. The very
idea that hygiene was of vital Big-
chira 21.61, which is almut 2.4
meters The width of the gravt
nlficance because the bod) housed was specified as about six hand
The portion assigned far reading an aspect ol The Divine was n vo- breadths Th* gi n :.ii Idea is to
this vw 1 k (\ aK at length with the lutionary In that day. provide 1 nough room fot the corps,
- of leprosy [t was a dutv h ... without squeezing any of the limbs
It shoul.i t>e ., jourc of pride so that the body ma) la) In a
'' ,noprl -' t0 lKnose. quaran- ,0 ..n ,v;i|l/(. ,h;i, .....f fl,iiv ,,.1mv.i1 IM1.l,,:; :,,,, (. ,,,,,.,
tine, and reexambte 'h> leprosy
I 'iiis |x>rtion is con-
with Hw n gulationa ol this
tka.
thousand years ago the Torah rec-
: .1 the fi ightful real it)
contagion, provided for humane
rrratmem of the m and legislated
Whili wi in ess eon- egulattans to protect the ilth
w ith Ih .i' (ails of the !.- ol -, 1. .
Wh\ is it that during the liur-
iai procedure, when a number <>f
persona engage in hoveling the
earth to iiivit the casket, the
hovel is never passed from ha ml
tn hand Init rather placed in the
earth h) the prevlOttS user tn lie
picked up from the earth b) the
llevt user?
I 1 I) two I I
advanced foi this procedure F01
thosi who do the shovel-
1 sensi ol
- u't it over u il
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tazria
A woman with new-born chu.i oticis 11 -
And if her means suffice not for lamb. tt,
take two turtle doves, or two young pagaons'1 ii> x
TAZRIA Cleanliness and uncreanlincss .in btrther asfhal
Ihtc in relation to childbirth and leprosy
"If a woman be delivered, and bear a num-child then <*.
shall i>e unclean seven days And she shall eontinue m a*
blood of purification tin.....md thirty days But :' ,j, ^
mai'l-child. then she shall lw unclean two weeks
shall continue in the hlood of purification threes
I >s Ami when the days of her purification are I
shall bring .1 lamb ol Ihe first year tot 1 burnl
yOUIM. pigeon or a tUI 111 -d"'- f It I
,>f the lent ol meeting, unto the priest" !..
Suspected lepi
antines the 1 is< for seven days A careful rtes
v ,1 iel ros) t I owed by ru*
n and isolation
And the n whom l 1 h.~
rent and the h itr ol his h<
his u- J ai
therein the plagu ti him b h ill b
he shall ihw ...
1Li viticua l 13 M
This recounting of tht Weekry PMrtS.I of the Law ii titracfld
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Herrtagj
edited by P WollmanTsamir. $15. Publisher is Shepqo'a and h
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N v President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.

bers 19:1
Unveiling the plaque designating the Fried land Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El are, Ifrom left Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Samuel N. Friedland ana Mr. Friedland. The rabbi
and the congregation's chairman of the board stretch to
pull off the covering during ceremonies highlighting the
Dedication Ball for the Miami Beach synagogue's handsome
new Social Hall-School Building.
items whi
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less, brn
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one's han.'.s after a Inner il "
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A nunilxi
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cilM s that ai
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impure 11 i
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rea lb :
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TION 995 SW 67th Avt Orthode
Cantor Morr.s B.lrr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2SJ3 SW 19th Avf
Con$ervative. Can;or Sol Pakowitz. 2
BiL|l n,M qTE^P-E'o5?M N DK,n- M'NVONAIRES 'vNaGOCIE. 3737
H.ih./. n. -'*">"" *bh. Bird Rd. Modern Trad,t.onal
Heruert Batimgard. Cantor Michael ,
Kyrr 3 OR OLOM (TEMPLE'. 8755 SW 16th
RFTH nuin !,,i c.. m St Cn*rvative. Rabbi Ralph Gi m
B|TnH,e^,ry'eD rfa"*, To, *&& "'*" ^"^ Btn'*"" B" Ar
Cantor William w Lipton.
' ""' A.. Conaervat.ve. Habb,
Carmi.
1 I
4 TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N. Miami
I :.ir K... I i. i-S, ,.|U.
TIFERETH jACOt. (TEMPLE). 951
| hl,h M,.le.h. Con.er,.ve
Rabbi Maurice Klein. u
BETH EL. 500 SW 17,h Ave Ortho- !*,"',! K^d'S
dox. Raw,, Solomon Sch.ff. 5 ITe-ldeh. "..' T... vital tSSFZt
I >. 11. .. r. -i tasj I larirn til|i Saturdat
BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickion. S
Prtdaj '. It |. m Katurda) I". :, m
s. im n i ,ur Moral i.. apardi
I' m Tli. Poi F law. I p in >. i
i \ i';. ., r pron
BETH TOV (TEMPLE! 6438 SW
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ZION (TEMPLE) 6000 Miller Rd
Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. .b
hVlda) IS p in taturda)
Ml
MIAMI BEACH
EMANU-EL TEMPLE .,> R-' --.- Rabb Ralph Kmatley 37
ington Ave Conmerv.v
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Dan,el E Kirshl un. C int r Zi '
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HEBREW ACADEMV .-00 Pi-we
Dr Orthodox Rai : itr S
Gross
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JACOB C COHEN COMMlN'Tv
C.OC.LE ',;.- Wiihinglon Ave
Orthodox Rauhi T.DOr H Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
I AK' INAOOC I
J n a h E
Cap an 38
NO ISRAEL OF GREATfR
Nl -st St O'-
Rabbi Naftah Poruth ;9
CCMtAl'cABllS
KNESETH ISRAEL t4t| Eo lid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Dav.d L-
Cantor Abraham Seif
JLDEA .TEMPLE, 5500 Granada
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Moir, K.,p
P'r 40
.... Pan,
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MENORAH iTEMPLEi 6?0 7sth St
Conaervative flibhi Mayer Abram.
owitz Cartor N,co Feldman. ;g
,'j NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Comervative
Rabbi Eugene Ljbovili Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. ^9
OHEV SHALOM
Orthodox. Rabbi
man.
7055 Bonita Dr
Phineai Weber.
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER (45
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahnnas. 31
CONGREGATION KT2 CHAIM. 154J.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel
32
NOt-TH MIAMI BEACH
8th St. Conservative. Pabbi Simon c\i ni tu itaari <.* m ^ -------
Apr,, G-ntor Seymour Hinke. A0r.^H n.b^La^VvJr **,% N E M'E.SHUrRUN 'TEMPLEl 1025
Prlda) lipm ;u.-i S|.. ,,k.r Philip laaac Ever. 17 NE. Miami Gardens Drive Con.
I Temple Vlfi Prealdenl Tnpl< BETHIRRAsti 770 ar,,, / ., aervative Rabbi Milton Schl.nsXv
ZAMORA iTEMPUi 44Zan,or, Ave
Conaervative Rmo, Ma, Br-ge
41
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PT. lAUDfROAlE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE) 547 F
Frll'?,na Pr'k Blvd R"'b, Sheldon
Edwards Cantor Maunce Neu
42
ERAfVJ Eo 1**S *"' *v.
C.1,,'1 ,R"b' ""="'< Lev,ton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
HAUANDAIE
i2ALNLtN?ALE JEWISH
'2* N E. First Ave
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Moiirwooo
CENTER
B'NAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 275 NW
199th St. Conaervative. Rabbi Abra-
ham Caaael. 9
ISRAEL ITEMPLEi 01- GREATER

CAMDLEllGHriNG TIME
30 NISAN 6-26
rV-"re--V>^V^VV*V
. Fiidau k.ir, p.ni Borroou 'Can Par.
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xrSBsxnsssir% lr,cl":tfv":," *
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Jefferaon Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi J lr'-"' K:iuimi,i, Halurda)
David Ra.b. Cantor Saul Bre.h. 2d i.' .., i".,, I"^l',"r, ,'"'"V ">
BETH SMOLOM* (TEMPLE). m "f Mr ""' Mr 11'.'. "J *
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabb, Leon fifth ..
. Kretiieh. Canter Oa.Ml Conv,r "" MiSo^0^"6 CONGREGATION
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ISRAEL |TE.''
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SHOLOM TEMPLE
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rCmtbmioml \Jelevision ^rocjrat
AjiMM-Oi in. 9:30 ., m. Thr J3ewbfa WaBaWp
Hnat: Rabbi Riebard M Leviton,
Ti-mpl,. Kmanu-KI. Kt LaiaoardaJ<
April So__Th. 7. in ,,, Tth. Sli:i SlI1.,li Volt*
Uoal ^ Rabbi Eugtm UtvrttM.
TiinpK? \Pr Tamtd, Mianu Bt'irh
A"ril" (l1 '-' W t 11 .m. M,n to Man.
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F:.day. April
**- Jk*t is It /FkridHbun
Paqe 11-A
Jew Itoiuicl For Israel
Is Arrested Bv Soviets
Leo Rose. Jr. and all ofiicers of the Jewi-h
Home for the Aged were re-elected at a
board meeting. Seated (from left) are: Wi'.-
liaTB A. Weintraub, financial secretary;
h'.:s. Lawrence Silverman, recordinq secre-
tary; Lee Rose, and Louis Bresler, vice presi-
dent. Standing (from left). Dr. Charles Beber.
medical director, Maurice Pearlslein, execu-
tive director. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, hono-
rary vice president, David B. Fleeman,
vice president. Stanley M. Beckerman. trea-
surer, former Judge Irving Cypen, honorary
president, and Arthur Kalish, associate di-
rector. Not shown are Aaron Kravitz, Jack
Popick and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Ruth J. Berger, corresponding
secretary, and Col. Jacob M. Arvey, hono-
rary vice president.
(Continued from Pag* i-.\)
the Jewish Community Council of
Montreal, upon his return from
Moscow where ho visited Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin shortly after
he celebrated his 75th birthday.
Rabbi Hechtman had said that a
K).(km) printing of Jewish calen-
dars was sold out in one day.
Dr. Moshe Decter. head of the
Jewish Minorities Research organ-
ization, s.ud there was no waj to
know how many calendars arc In
circulation. He also challenged the
rabbi to verify his assertion that
tin' Russian government had made
enough flour available to Jewish
bakers for production ol Passover
mat/oh. He noted the rabbi's fig-
ure on Moscow's production 90
Ions was the same as reported
by Novosti, the Soviet news ami
propaganda agency.
Sorensen Raps 'Initiative3
Over Four-Power Talks
fContlniied from Page i-\i economically and otherwise
through the domestic difficulties
i urge our Arab .,, ,. ,. ...
the) will tli. i t ici A third
"i l is to i ii age in such talk-. DV ., .
st< >, he said, would be |<> provide
ii to th. m there i~ ...
tioth res.....s and op|n n tunit u -
' 8 >in -d bj waitit |, s.tti, m< nt of the Arab n i
to h.lp thi n. sees. He said thei nber wn
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fact, "small compared to the num-
ber of refugees resettled after
w.us in world history. Most im-
portantly." he added, "we can stop
the supply ol outside arms to the
Middle Kast." He said that ii the
Sovii t I'nion reallj wants peace in
the Middle Kast, "these are the
slips to p.
Am part nl his refugee pro-
posal, he suggested that the
I idled Slates open ils doors lo
ii number ol the Arab refugees
"ami at Hie same lime invite Hie
Immigration id all those lews
now evhvting as prisoners or hos-
tages jn Ar.ili lands." II. i, 1,1. .1
it is "Inhumane" for the I nited
Slates not In help in ever) waj
the e.XOdus ol all -lews still in
Arab slates who want to leave.
Oni ol his ol ji ft ions to thi Big
Four talks at the IN was that
the United states' meeting with
two nations the Soviet Union and
France which have been consist-
ently pro-Arab and anti-Israel and
another nation Britain which is
likely to yield to any compromise
reopening the Suez Canal and
'safeguarding the flow ol Arab
oil." II" said out of such talks is
iikeh to come a settlement pre-
pared by outsiders which will
again trade awaj Israel's security,
ami thai, as in 1957, Israel will
again be asked to do "what Arab
fiirees could ni \er make her do
n tun i" boundai i s thai ha\i
proved to be vvhollj insecure and
ii l\ on U.N. forci s and outside
guarantees that have proven to !"
sadi. i'i' iii ct in"
1 le ad led thai I here is a strong
possibility that all the hi>im-s and
v i. i..i mi.. arous< .1 b. the 1 tig
Four meetings would be dashed;
that neither side wo lid bi polil
ieallv able to accept a Big Four-
proposi d si i l Ii iiu i.i oi able to i n-
forci ii. and thai the United Na-
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? IUh '# P^rMitr1
Friday
----------......BOOK REVIEW
The sub-title hi A Secret Press
in \a/.i Europe (Central G
Publish) I-. $7 9 i Id n ad
"The Storj il Isaa K
Dui
survived n
: u ith othi r memb i s
if varioui lergi
ments in the 1940s
Kowalski'a book is b transla-
tion of personalia ind documents
written or printed In Yiddish.
Russian and Polish. As the story
of the Jewish United Partisan I >r-
ganization it leaves much to !
desired, how ver compilation of
proof that the Jews, as Jews, re-
sisted the Nazis is a continuing
necessity. To this task the book
makes a contribution.
For too long the canard that
Jews failed to resist was propa-
gated by some leading "selbst-
hast" Jews. Kowalski offers proof
to the contrary. The shortcom-
ings of the book must be laid at
the hitherto unknown publishers
and Nahum Guttman. who is
credited for "valuable editorial
advice and for proof-reading the
final pages."
Jews fought with every parti-
san movement in Eastern Kurope.
Yugoslavia. France. Greece. Italy
ard wherever there was such a
movement. Many Jews served as
leaders. The book has many in-
; .stint; photographs (although
t'i> many are poorly reproduced)
and copies ol historical docu-
ts The printing is unworthy
ol the book, the continuity is \
ecrable and the editing deplor-
ahl. .
THE U/CK <>t the VAN MKKRS
f.\ \ri.na Mclliiuh
Ii I never heard the name Van
Me*: again, il would be too soon.
il iu or why Arona Lipman Mc-
II tgh undertook to write The
Lark of the Vusm (Doubte-
da) A Ci S5.95i i- a conundrum,
Mrs McHugh did her home-
wui k Ii son i areas of research
ai cl shi i" rsisted in exposing all
"i II and some .if her descriptive
- ad nauseam. She de-
scribes the physical character!
tics of the Van Meers without
omitting a wrinkle, a mole ami
the spot at the has.- of the spine
ol some of them. Someone should
have told hi i thai such a mark
la known as the Mongol spot ami
i> bome by Mongolians and many
of the Mayas from Yucatan and
Guatemala.
In spite of her tedious recital
of superfluous details, she has
tailed to create any three dimen-
sional figures of the members of
the Dutch family of the title !*-
tween 1770 and 1903.
The "luck of the Van Meers"
HVijimmr b. iivbman
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thin. Freud the t
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the author i Ii these thn i I
ments .1 the family's luck i
to have any significance as the
plot or substance of a novel, th> n
you may enjoy reading the tx>ok
Mrs McHugh i nee Lipman > is
familiar with Jewish words and
their transliteration. She should
learn that there is no verb "to
bar-mitzvah" and that rabbis
have no role "to officiate" at a
bar-mitzvah ceremony, whatever
that is. Every Jewish boy auto-
matically becomes a bar-mitzvah.
son ot the commandment, when
he attains the age of thirteen. He
does not have to go to shule, re-
cite a haftarah or do anything
except become responsible for the
performance of the obligations of
a Jewish male.
It is surprising to find in the
book of a previously printed au-
thor awkward phraseology such
as. "What a calamity she was
that woman." This reviewer has
difficulty in conjuring up a nun-
Continued from Pace 4A
s. It now was i ith f >r
Demo and
l-raisii ffairs i
nt pat l
-
- ,! .! tain an* i l
: the fact thai '
radii i I I
M United Statis in
. j i
Ma i U viewd as is) a
not
is t i 1sts
is as h ag< nts nwitl in i n
Othi : '-' \. i '
I out ol >ti\ ir-
system is bcyo I
It may be thai those of us wh
were deeply invoked in the Ideo-
logical struggles ol the past are
finding its difficult to compre-
hend these times which son:, sei
as "beyond ldH>,ogv." Our Ideol-
ogy was spelled out for us in
tal picture of the Cossack officer
in the marshes who "rides facing
his troops in order to see if the-
terrain is suitable for the troops'
horses or if there are obstruc-
tions or holes in the ground which
might cause the horses to fall and
break their legs. He also rides
this way in war, on occasion, so
he can tee if the enemy is riding
up behind them ami thus he car.
signal his troops to disperse, ii
this is the case."
Which way does the horse's
head face and how is the officei
seated on the horse- .\nd is the
tnu :: worth tin- effort?
I I -

JaiW a
l o t ol
. in th gu
stre.
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Friday. April 18. 1969
Miami Orchestra's
Advancement Fund
Campaign Opened
Thi O- .it" Miami Philharmonic
:> ha* laui che I a $403.0 hi
i Fund c
' VJft d L. S!
ex| nd tho c
\ is
ti I to be mo th in $
- r1 a a
..... the orchesti a's in-
... i ,. .
f com rts. This season th n
- sdi rtnli i in add tion to
mmer popi cencot ta it Ma-
rine Stadium and a aerlea ol ipe-
lren' concerts si
be! n ih" el >-i of school; nexl
n at : 20 pain ire scheduled.
"We have ime to the p ni
* hi re we must take dram tic
steps forward We have a fine or-
chestra and ;i talented conductor,
laid Mr McCarthy "and wo must
provide the meant whereby th*v
fan be <>f utmost service to the
: i sum ia needed to
i ince this year's coi
and to eliminate an accumulat d
r deficit unri'i- which the
f$ociet> hastbWi operating foi
si 'ino time
John S KniglM fthd William D
Paw i > are cli.Drmen of the fund-
raisins committee: vice chairman
- A Richard Pollock, and the
>ther committc members Include
Maurice Frrro. Km: I .1. Gould
raili Hexter !'.
..rk Landon, Mr. McCarthy, Mrs
A Ross. Thomas c' Wasmuth
id Richard Wolfson.
fJenisti fkridHcur
Paqe 13-A
Beth Am Dinner Is
Slated For May 3
tor hotol chain "Dutch Inns of
America," of which is now presi-
lent,
ALAN B. KtSSUR
Beach High Hears
Ray Monsalvatge
Rav M'.ns il\ M \ a p-omin*nt
on thp "'-s':i'H .a! ci"-
i-ni" presented "From Runner-up
ic> Chamnion" i>: a recent adflr
to the Miami Fv.-i.-b. Sinloi High
I StUdl nt body.
Monsalval
-". ak nt? care r has taken him to
i 'anada, Lntin Ampi ica an i Elu-I
ro) e as well in the I 'nited States
was sponsored by the American
Savings ind Loan Association, un-
ler whose auspices he appeared
two yea:- ago with a humorous
presentation on 'How to Uncork
Your K dden Talents," thus begin-
ning what Morris Broad, president
>f American Savings and Loin,
who is an alumnus of tho school,
The Temple B< th Am Israi i
Dinner of State on behall of Israel
i ids will be hold Satur la ve-
al thi Pontaineblea i
. Herbert M. Baum-
sard, spiritual leader ol the .
C( 'i.
"We are honored that our own
Alan B. Ki ssli r has bei n
for the highly coveted Jei usalem
I.iix ration Award," Rabbi Ba
! ird said "Mr, Kessli r richly
mi i its this n cognition."
Mr, K who is active in
civic and religious affairs, is na-
tional as well as incai leadi r ol
Reform Judaism, He has served
two terms as president ol Temple
B( th Am. and is president of the
South Florida Federation of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. I it- is a member of the
t'AHC's national board of trustees
and serves on other national and
regional committee s.
A mi mix r Of the Masons, the
American Bar Association and the
board of directors of tho Greater
Miami YMHA. Mr. Kessler is a
m ill become a tra lit ion.
M nsa'.vatge, who holds a do
.rroo in Psychology, was last year
mentioned in Esquire Magazine in
i mnectl i with his feat of having
aten "3,000 aces of diamonds"
in attention-arresting device he
oses to mike one of his punts.
This unusual speaker uses an un-
usual way to get people to pro-
nounce his name correctly. "Mon-
salvatge," he says, "rhymes with
Tonsil-scratchy."

founding member of Ten.;:, :;. n.
Am, where his wife, Rsthei is im-
in diate past pn si Sistei -
ilood.
A -.
ai B'rith, he is a mem-
ber of t board the Greatei
J< wish Fedi ration and of
ol thi Greater
11< i n a \
A. Air Force veteran, hi
uati d in 1919 from tho Univi rsity
ol Miami Law School, where
was an honor student, recipfc n1 of
tho American Legion Award, chan-
cellor of the school's honorary law
fraternity, and served on the first
editorial board ol the university's
Law Quarterly. Hi' was a succ ss-
ful attorney before joining in the
formation of the nationwide mo-
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Friday. AprJ 'o i.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Campus Interest Spurs Boom In Yiddish Books
Y">|>|s" is now becoming Incrcas-
. Inglj itopular among young Ameri-
can Jews who do not know the language
but want to. More and more Yiddish
chain are being established at major
universit cs. Today, there are about 20
colleges and universities where Yiddish
is taught. At some campuses, the Yid-
dish classes are sponsored bj the Hillel
Foundations together with the Far-
band-Labor Zionist Order.
The growing interest in Yiddish has brought about
the .<:>.. .mm-.' on the American t> m>k market of quite a
numbi .- ul books glorifying the language The) have been
published bj well-known firms and gome hav< even reach-
ed ii i,, .i-s.vI.m- level The competition in this field is
rising and more books on Yiddish are being announced
mm for publication within the next few months,
This surge would naturally be welcomed by all those
In this country who have been advocating the spread of
Yiddish knowledge and literature for years How.
some oi the books Introducing Yiddish to th. non-Yiddish
r.lading panne are vulgar. Thej creati ,
i i'-
ii, ni> hern and bit being created
the language m which great literary .-,. ,,,f
ulturti n
An alert sytti m aimed si exp sing th<
tor of gome of tlx*' \,.i imes a. w.i,
who neck to exploit the serious inter -
undignified writing has he n ..!,;,,
cultural leaders. A oommhtre was fon thews*
Institute f.M- Jewish Research, in Mew s ,[r-^9
pay special attention to th.' present it
publishers in i riricatureM or !.*v |

EUROPEAN NEWSLETTER
By Jim Collins
Czech Anti-Semitism Is Reported Growing
Tiikkk is mounting evidence that anti-Semitism
is again raising its head In Czechoslovakia as
it did in thr closing stages of the Novotny regime
prior to January, 1968. Whether ii i.s Russian-in-
spired or of the home-grown brand promoted by
the Czech and Slovak diehards i> difficult to s ij
It is probabh promoted by the protagonists of both
factions who are trying hard to recapture their
lost popularity and positions.
The reaction of the communal leaders of the
lO.(KK) Jews left in the country followed a familiar
pattern. The president of the Council of Jewish
Communities in Czechoslovakia told a meeting in
Pwgt.....arly In February thai the government had
shown great understanding towards the country's
.lews and that progressive attitudes were being
adopted by government institutions, especial!) the
St Ii Secretariat for Church Affairs
!'.< that a- it may, by the end of February, the
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Golda Meir
lHAnPj\
Israelis month
eek l>i ated Ihe si ecti in <:
the rspeet
a- Pi! VI the
counti \ Th psyi
I field day at
this i; I ion il sho v -of vei
for t hi
ho pulled th
and engineered the choice had no complexes how-
ever. The sudden death of Levi Eshkol confront-
ed them with u difficult political situation from
which they had to extricate themselves, save the
tblishment and preserve national stability Thej
contrived well.
The obvious contenders for the Premiership
were Yigal All. n. a competent and ahle man. who
had already been selected by Eshkol tor the sue-
cetordhip and named to the post of Deputy Prime
Minister and the popular Minister of Defense,
Msshe Daj m
Alkin refresents continuity of the Establish-
ment: endorsement of its politics! and economic
linos: protection of the existing bureaucracy. Dayan
is -en as a shaUenge to the EatohMstoiiwil it
ft It that hss assumption of leadership would be fol-
lowvd perhaps eradouMy. hy n ccnorat lMUatM.lt all
ing in political and administrative circles.
Each hns his backers and supporters: Allan,
the entrenched political leadership Dayan, the
youth rind the ovi rwh< Iming mass of public opinion.
Every popular poll taken in the past two yean
his shown Dayan to be the umfaaMfied and un-
questioned choice of the people. Questionnaires In
ln at months havi confirmed this popu-
larity In one such poll raters expressed
preference for Dayan over Eshkol. 60 percent to
20 percent The stud nts of the Hebrew University,
I with a full field, g ive Dayan 50 percent,
Eshk il, 16 i nt. Be fit
f'1 poll in th
lions In J i > ,
Minis! Eshk ]
poll.
- clash b >tween th<
i.i md the will of tt toni-
tition between Allon and l>H>.,n
would en ite national rift. The s gacious poli-
ticians Insisted thai this m n.. time to rock tha
ln>at The rtnneer facing th" nil ion are too grave.
Tin.....nfrontatkm must !> postponed, at least for
the present an.! i c impromis,- Premier named,
who would command universal respect and would
serve in the interim period until affairs crystallized.
government seemed aware that it- understanding
had not yet borne fruit Frantisek Vodston, chair-
man of ihe ('/ chosktvak Olympic Committee and
.. member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party's
Central Committee, told listeners over Prague
R dio MUM 1) that h.' was losing patience with
"threatening, anti-hum mist :tnd anti-socialist I
teis mil of hate and anti-Semitism." !!' said he
among others, had been receiving them for some
time Some ,if these letters, he added, were anony-
mous: others were signed in "various forms
This type of letter was Ihe "dail) ration' ..:
Jewish part) members such as Prol Eduard Gold-
-ii.ck.r. Frantisek Kriegel, Ota Sik, Vilem Novy,
Evzen Klinger, and Jewish writer-. Journalists and
critics during the battle ror the Prague spring it
was an ominous sign thai the circulation of these
letters had been extended t" the non-Jewish -
.: Hi, stablishment
I stributioi inflammatory- literature in
i ho* ovakia is flourish ni M in tl in -:\ months
' rst.aiipearance. Zpi ivy, the So\1et-pt
news] which offi
' ,; nti-S m it |
to be p lnt<
by Soviet milit Its The tovet nm nl ta r* th.
i il in sp ..f occasion tl ai est
h irges of distt ibuting an ilk gal paper, it has
to .in :i -t ip io it ["he I! i -
all ihe nev -. t. h
. Bu t t n<
for I
Federal
- not reil
ents. l>r Sa
fed I and a i
I ih. .' hosknak
said In an inti u w
'hat in Slovakia .... ..,..,
now b con mi ;;
't !" denied that .,.,, sectarian
i Ihtwing tendencies h ive a|
I) work in Slovakia fron too to bottom '
THE AMERICAN SCENE
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Larry Peerce
11
I ASM PKKH4 i
menflous imp. i
view audience ol ii
screen in ,
the stor) "i Im
from the it. -t-.ii. i
and srret npla) \
man This is the thi
...-in. .. nt bj llv 38 year-o d son
a ho mad. himself a name with the
1 i Potato Tw Pot
nt." the fii s| one di sling w th th.
N< : thi South, the second proji i
i a New York sul
ceil b) i.
>
m ntiret)
ihe hard-h It
message
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11 ins
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Pau I.....
She i .'v ,.\ he has
Neil Simon's
...
By: BEN GAILOB
JWB Probes Teen Drug I
se
Ko\yin<; drug use among Jewish tei nagers has
-purred many Jewish Community Centers to
undertake programs to help such young i......',-
and Jewish Centers general!) should do to -
Ing t,. a National Jewish Welfare Board Of.
Heal who made .. survey on the pn blear
Moe Hoffman, JWB Washington representative
e;-.,ted recently two basic sources o| informal.,,,
on the drug problem as it related to Jewish Cent-
ers He told a regional JWB convention in Bosl .n
that in i eordance with a unanimously approved
A:,' ''"'', Mt Committ. a| la-t June
- were poked on th.
' md Info, | .,, ,,,
.1 ... 120 Cent ,_
" and board
rent
...
i JWB
'' K : that his :
I
lsh '"- 't balfol theresp lhc JWB
I "vide,
about teenage drug use.
, wld ,h" ''"^ from large-dty centers
-i on the estimations ol youth and detadhed
workers." ladieated thai 29 pareeiK to IS pn*.
ii
i
nt of sVwish teenagers in the eornmui
itting or xijerimenting with drugs In inl
/''1 Ci nti PS the ran.;,' was fi mi tw
youngsters Centers In small communlt
tw., exceptions, reported thai they had
ledge ol -n i drug use In theii communii
Hoffman t-ompared th.'s.. data ivKh Infi
from -h. National Institute ol Mental He tl I
20 percent .,: high school and college -
"report experiences w.tii mariju
line.hate and 1 i
re i- Increasing evirtcn 1
t>\ .-.., i
a
*" n known be uii th it di i
("enters report,
h-t imil
Mi Holl
II.
;
I .;. i 1,1- | !
he then th< I
, high In dence
drug us, (k> ,h(.> account I I
"W not Centi r members !! akf t
when they found drug u i
"weed h ,. it."


April 18, 1969
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Paqe 15-A
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The dedication ot a monument
& .Iff"" memory oi the late ^
NATHAN DAVIDOW
will take place Sunday, April 20th
at 3 p.m. at the Star o, David
Cemetery with
Rabbi Maxwell Beraer
officiating.
Mr. Davidow is survived by his
widow Rote; a ton, Joel and a
daughter, Joy D. Abromowitx.
friends and relatives ore
invited fo attend.
Is in the Histadrut Third Seder cele-
ion talk over the successful launching
:ampaign to build the $500,000 Great-
iami Medical Center at Ramleh, Israel.
red (from left) are Mr. and Mrs. Morris
lark, Israeli Consul Zvi Caspi, Mrs.
Bonem, Dr. Mochael Sossin and Jacob
Riikin. Dr. Sossin is president oi the Israel
Histadrut Council, sponsors oi the Third
Seder at which Mrs. Bonem was honored
and Mr. Rifkin was chairman. Mr. and Mrs.
Newmark have contributed more than $200,-
000 to Histadrut.
i
Palmer ^m.
Memmuu IJ
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be within MCBTC and roc-.
Jboii! I'.iirios."
lows uorr worriorl about
on Administration's entry
iv Pov/ct talks with Brit-
tic- and tho Soviet Union,
sinett, Kabbi Schac-
II boon deepend by Mr.
i r< sa conference state-
Lt iho force i public
k il i' usi d to bring
i sotl li tin nt" and
if thi joinl state-
it No I King
the visit
u i k, to
t i\ i ty.
.
thi

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- a '
.,!> nit
os botvvti "im-
commi '
are lots
lx inl ople w ith-
ny th< ipl ." and
lit thl Intel national
nunit> \< :ces so
that i povern-
i i
I nents are mi king
rat ol m
| Mid-
.,i i >. Si re-
[1 TTh y I i' and ex
Bin i '. palled
i spoil v i] Forci s
a '"I
i. from tin areas which
, Imii istra
I: Si* ai i y H
full and final peace, freely arrived ; between the belligerents and be a
at by the parties themselves," he | blessing to the Middle Kast and
added, "can oijen a new chapter | the world."

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Emanu-El Dedicates
Mew Darsky Cliapel "tJeWlSll FlOlddiail
. Btlon of thi- Darsky Chapel
inu-EI ".. a
1 i jht ; I k Miami I
Milan's Dedication Ball
is we* k as more than I I
us attended ceremonies conse-
nt moi Lais and hi i
i svna ie's new Social I [all-
m ii. Dank \ a ti ustee of
i manu-EI, and his family
i. ijoi contribution ti> the
atl m'a build d in
ili.' late Sadi i u
N tha and thi ir son. tli-
Dai kj
Mr. Dusky, \Ui<> was honored
<**-
NATHAN DARSK1
'' ntly by the Zionist I irgai Iza-
'" ,; America for a lifi time of
1 : :
"! ,h' ; iremosl l< ad-
ers for th. United Jewish A.....al
Stal ol Israel Boi
,: Lehrman
l< '' of T mi le Emanu-El for 25
over ceremoi -
' kfd the ronsccrati h ol
,n' -; > Ballroom, in honor
Irs Sam n I I
irlman Mural Room, in
n '" th* late Martha Pearl-
i: in was cl airman of
: ent. with Harr;
A. I .- and Karl I
Mr. Friodland. Mr.
Pai n Emil Morton
Matthi m Ro nha is w< re honor-
ary chaii men.
Sped il tribute was paid by Jo-
s :' ''" n i irrenl president ol
,!;i naj ogue, to Mr. Morton ..
. ** "i the bull ling com-
'" i Max Boderman,
:' sidi nl ol Hi, c ingn gation
when construction .,t the Social
Hall School Building u in begun.
The h i iti .. 0f u. Friedland
Ballroom was dedicated by the
Ti hid!.' Emanu-KI Players in hon-
" ol Trixii I.. \in. director ol
congregation's theatrical organi-
zation.
Miami, Florida = Friday April 18, 1969
Secticr. B
Youth Pilgrimage To Be
Sponsored By Bureau
' be Bun iu of >n tour (hi rountrj exti nsivelj
d this week its second Dan to E;lat under thi supervision
el Alb. .t of trained Am< ican and Is u :.
n( >l Hi Bureau, educators, undei the di ection ol
d tint the Pilgrimage will In- Louis Schwartzmnn, executh
ide a program stud.- and tractor of tha Bureau and Mrs
tl in Israel. 'Hie group will Schwartznian.
Included in the p'lgrimnge will
l>e fi. l.i trips to archeological sites
meet ings with Is. a. Ii youth groups,
and attendance al theaters, musi-
in! jports eve! I -
The pilgrimage is p-irt
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Burton I. Koflman, chairman of the ded.ca-
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Rosen at the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami. Seated (from lef.), are Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rosen. Robert Russell, vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, extended
greetings in behalf of the community.
. (
Bureau's program ol extension ed-
ucation for youngsters, a new type
-: student workshop translating
class nd studj I Isr le! Into
an in', rrati 1 liff experience, Ii
offers an opportunity for i ti
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?uper\ i--ii.il
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direct to Israel, i i i.''.urn In s -veil
weeks, after a two-day Europ an
tt er "ii the way home in
August.
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Mrs. Sarah Raboy, Miami Bi
. worker and Zionist leader,
will be th.' recipient of the Zionist
Organization <>f America'! annual
Service for Israel Award, which !
wil be presented to her Sunday
. oaring, April 20, at the dinner
danc-c in the Pontamebleau Hotel
celebrating th^ 21st anniversary ol
the State of to* 'a Independence.
Sponsored by the South Florida
districts of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, tins annual cele-
bration will begin with a 5 p.m.
"champagne hour." followed by
dinner and dancing at six o'clock.
The selection Of Mrs. Raboy as
th. recipient of this year's award
was made by the ZOA Award*
Committee, according to Sidney
Raymond of Miami Beach, a na-
tional vice president of the ZOA
and a noted community leader.
Mis. Raboy. who has neon an
outstanding supporter of the Kfar
Silver Agricultural High School,
rrnmtainrd by the Zionist Oreani-
ratkui of America m Ashkelon. Is-
rael, has also been active in many
other phases of the work of the
y.y >.\. and especially in all oi its
Israel projects.
An active member of 'he ZOA
for many years, Mrs. Raboy is a
der of the Miami Beach '/.< >.\
Ho se and has supported a student
;it Kfar Silver for veral years,
Shi is active in the City of Hope.
and i- the reci I the Eternal
it Award "i its rational modi-
center A onti ibutor to tin
1 Instil foi Blind Children,
sh< i- among the founders of the
i 'hichinicki r Children's Center in
:- i.
A mi "! i <>t Mizrachi Worm i
i- i ation and the Forty Nm. rs
. i : tor the past
sfwral years she has been given
the distinction of lighting the lust '
. andle on the Chanukah Menorah.
A life member of the Hebrew
A> ademy Women, she is a leader
. : the Bikur Cholem Convalescent
Home and the Tolrwr Social Club
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award. Among those who have
n ci Iwd this award are: Rabbi Irv-
ing I.ehrman l!arr> Sjrkitl Rep.
Claude Pepper, Gabriel Meatier.
JennieGrosslnger, BenGfller, Elll-
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Nathan II. Dnrsky, Irving Oxen-
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The award will !> presented to
Mrs. Rahoy by Rabbi Lehrman.
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El, Miami Reach
Julian Amery. a Reading member
of the Riitish Conservative Party
and one of the birtStgndinS British
non-Jewish supporters of Israel,
will be cuest shaker for the -'l-i
anniversary celebration.
Rabbi David Shapiro, president
MRS. SAKAH RABOY
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. Simon Segal To Address AJC Annual Meet Here
, s- .. 3cl national diro.-- An outstanding authority .... in- to Harry Hoo* Basse, chairman
ol Foreign Affairs Depart- tcrnational affairs. Dr. Segal di- ol the board of the Kt.st National
the Am.-.l<-an Jewish reds the AJC Offices In Buenos Hank of Miami, an.l to Garth C
,,.. will address the an- Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Paris and Reeves, president of the United
,,.,., g of the Greater Miami Je.usalem. BUW* Federation, for their efforts
,,, BaCUFday cvetUn* May ..., Also S(.hl,(lu|<)1 js t|)|, p,.,^,.,,,^, in promoting greater understand-
,, nt Plan Hotel on the | tion of the American Jewish Com- '"'- amon? the people of Miami.
,., Israel: war or Peace." mittee's Human Relations Awards The organization's Jewish Com-
munal Service Award will be pre-
sented to Robert Russell. 1969
campaign chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Apiieal. for his ef-
forts to expand and extend Jewish
communal services to the Jewish
community.
Included on the Annual Meeting
planning committee are Alfred
Boas, chairman; Mrs. Lewis M.
Kanner, coordinator; Mrs. Alfred
Boas. Mrs. Walter Diamond. Mrs.
Charles H. Kinkclstein. Mclvyn H.
Krumkes. Joel Hirschhorn. Mrs,
Larry J. Hoffman. Mrs. Janus I:
Katzman, Dr. Morton Notarius,
Irving Peskoe, Mrs. Dollye Sehein-
berg and Herbert L. Sobel.
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9-Jenist fkrrtisn
Friday. Ad
Workmen's Circle
Commemoration
Vpril etine. at Miami |
h Kimiisti Si eking Branch
v rii.' w :,.. Circle, win
M at v p.m. Saturday In the
V shington f \ i im,
11 Normandy Dr., Miami Beach.
program for the evening
includi candli lighting sei vices
1 commemorate !". Wai
i. tto I : the 6.00
- who dii '. in ii-.'1 Nazi holo-
-t and a n \ ii w of thr hook
holas and Alexandra," by
it E Massie, which U
:,t,d bj M irray Tubelh.
nnn of Branch 1059
Histadrut Schedules Israel Mission
So. Stein, national executn **
dircj rams for t .S In ton
UoJ h # Temple Both
sponse to the

DR. SOI STf. 4
Cornerstone Ceremonies Are Planned
For New Beth David School Building
. remonii s marking tin pi
i the cornerstone for Beth David
i igregation's new South Dade
.- i oi facility at 7500 SW 120th
S will !>- held at 12:30 p.m. Sun-
Aprll -T
Rabtai Sol Landau, Seymour
I nd. president, the board of di-
rtctora, trustees and Both David
r -ibers. their families and then
i nds will participate in the cere-
las.
The new school wing will have
] classrooms, a library and of-
fices to serve the needs of the
\. it will be adjacent to the
Btth David South building, which
wiil serve as an auditorium and
n.-etini; area for various au'e
i .ips.
Highlight of the special cere-
lies will be the placing of
11s containing the names of
c tlibutors as well as those of
An added attraction will be a
lay ot art. the work of StU-
r>' :.ts in Both David's Kino Arts
l -SI'S.
hairmen of the Building Corn-
Moo are NormarVSholk and Bert
The future belongs to our
\. tli." Rabbi I-amlau said, "and
W< are proud to see this now >sli-
tx'ing completed which will be
t. only a site to educate our
; ingsters but also i*' known as i
e where Beth David members
'Springtime Festival' Is Set
rhe annual Springtime Festival
i I',, th Kodesh Coni n lion will
- placi Sunday, April 27, as a
iti [si a< i" on th<
i .is 21st ai : sary. The i
be hi Id at the Syriai
i ,b, 2626 SW 3rd Ave
in tins ares will be able to come
together for education and n cre-
ation. The con st ceremonies
will truly a landmark in the
Treat progress of Both David, the
oiliest Jewish Congregation in
Miami."
Sholc'ii. national vtre president ol
the oryaauation. met h
we. k tornap plans i
stun., mission to Israel this sum-
m, r to dedlcati the n< Gn atei
. Ran
ibi Kronish wiU lead a oV
South Florid, Jewish
:ui:it'. leaders to Israel, with
,] h dedication a feature
, ,... ,. rTorl la
Hist idrut ( ouncil sponaors
,i centi r also built
iter Miami Amal Technical
High School in Ramleh :.i-' yoai.
Dr. Stein alt '"' '
n .. the opening '
,.- an oltice I n Histadrut I
office In the One Lincoln R
Building Gerald SchwarU pul
relations counsel foi the Ami rtcan
Histadrut Development Founda-
tion, is in charge of the now office
which will make arrangements for
individual and group travel to h-


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Jewrmh. FaloinirilT.fli.Tr.
ridav. ADril 18. 1969
Paae 5-B
H.U. Women's Division
To Install New Officers
The Greater Miami Division,
tinman Friends of Hebrew Cni-
:. rsity. will hold its annual cul-
ura! 1'inrhoon and installation at
1 30 am. Friday. April 25. in the
Men Rue Hotel, according to Mrs.
,itii Rosen, president of the or-
fam/ation.
I.uncruon chairman Mrs. Ruth
ohnson Berger has announced
hat olfic-ers and board members
I installed by Mrs. Samuel
imonhoff. regional president of
Iducator To
ipeak At Y
Dr. Fvangeline Howlette Ward,
professor of Education at Temple
1 Diversity, will address a work-
top of the South Florida Associa-
tion on Children Under Six at the
iM-YWHA of Greater Miami at
30 p.m. Tuesday on the topic:
' I* the Classroom Today Still the
fluid's Domain?"
Helen Weinstock. vice president
fr*\ pron-am chairman, said that
Y's Karly Childhood Develop-
pnt Program for 3-to-.Vyear-olds
now accoptinK applicants for the
Fall semester.
women's division,
i Incoming president win he Mrs.
Sitfmund Fogler. and Mrs. Trudy
HamersehlaR will assume the role
01 chairman of the Board.
Honorary presidents are Mis.
Louis Glasser. Mrs. Jennie Gross-
inner. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
Mrs. Philip F. Thau and Mrs. Car-
rie Rosen.
The president's cabinet includes
the Mesdames Charles Charcow-
>kv. Lillian Goodman. Leon Kro-
nish. Anna Brenner Meyers. Jack
S. Popick, Oida C. Rubin and Da-
vid Pome.
Vice presidents to be insta'led
. are the Mesdames Krnest Abram-
son, Ruth Johnson Berger, Jacob
Kntine. Dorothy Krieger Fink.
Myer Harris. Rose Hochstim, Ja-
cob Kat/man. Max E. Levinc.
Harry Platoff. Miriam Press. Em-
ma Kattnor and Arthur Winarick.
Other officers include Mrs. Jacob
Davis, recording secretary; Mrs.
Ktta Rosenbere. social secretary,
and Mrs. David Klein, parliamen-
tarian.
Mrs. Kdvth H. Geiger will re-
view If Israel Lost the War." the
new novel by Chesnoff. Klein and
Littell.
National Board Members of Women's Ameri-
can ORT in the Southeastern Florida Region
are reviewing the issues to be discussed at
the South and Southwest National Board
Sector meeting which they will attend April
20-22 in Houston, Texas. Shown (seated from
left) ore: Mrs. Harold Schneider. Mrs. Theo-
dore Zc'Jes. Region President; Mrs. Lou
Jacobson, Region Executive Committee
Chairman; Mrs. Florence Kupperman an.
Mrs. Eli Kahn. Standing (from left): Mr;
Gecrge Linden, Mrs. Leonard Pechenik, Mr =
Michael Rosenthal, Mrs. Edward Light; Mr;.
Louis Baron. Not shown are Mrs. Phil.:
Stark and Mrs. Syd Hoff.
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Discussing plans for the annual donor luncheon of the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary cf the Jewish Home for
the Aged ate (from left). Mrs. Martha Gieenberger, donor
project chairman. Mrs. Rose Roth, donor journal chairman;
and Mrs. Max I. Marek. chairman of the day. The luncheon
wiil be held at noon, Sunday in the Rubiyat Room of the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman is Auxiliary presi-
dent and Mrs. Sol Silverman is honorary life president.
Don Shoemaker
To Speak At
Sisterhood Meet
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold a regular meeting at 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday in the Social Hall.
Rabbi Max A. Li|>schit/ of Beth
Torah will deliver a Memorial
i Tribute in commemoration of the
I Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Featured on the evening program
j will be Dm Shoemaker, editor of
| the Miami Herald, who will speak
| on his impressions of Israel and
I give his analysis of the present sit-
uation in the Middle Last, based
ii|>on his recent travels. This co-
incides with the 21st anniversary
of the founding of the Jewish
State, a fact which will be duly
noted during the evening.
Goldo Meir Chapter
Of Pioneer Women
Mrs. Miriam Gingold, national
advisor to Pioneer Women, will l>c
guest speaker at a regular n i ting
of the Golda Meir Chapter >( the
organization to be held at l p.m.
Wednesday in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Fiances Packer will in'
2uest soloist at the event which
will I" in celebration of Israel's
21st anniversary, according to
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, president
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J.N.F. NEWS
I
BERNARD SIL VER says
Plant Trees In The Baal Shem Tov Forest
i
Although it has been said that no pro-
phet is a piophet in his own town, we
find a negation ot this old traditional sav-
in the presence of Bernard Silver.
Bernard Silver is a fifth generation Is-
. a descendant o( a Rabbinical fai
and a sixth generation descendant of the
E:.al Shem Tov, a.ici the famous Rubb:
o: Pelenohe. He traces his family to Rashi.
he family tree gc>s all the way back
to King David.
He studied in the Rabbinical academies
of Safed and Europe, and distinguished
h.-nsell during his formative years in de-
fense work. He survived 21 pogroms.
In addition to these accomplishments,
he organized Hebrew schools in South
America edited the Yiddish Weekly in
C.-.le and was instrumental in organizing
Mizrachi movement of Chile.
-*pon his arrival in the United States in
IS jo. he became the cultural emissary
or. behalf of the Yiddish and Hebrew
M in many parts of the United States
especially represented with qreat
tinction the "Jewish Day." later to be-
8 the "Day Jewish Journal" in the
Midwestern area of the United States.
Mr. Silver's love for the Jewish Nation-
al Fund is paramount and emanates from
hii. knowledge of the importance that
JN7 has played in the past and is play-
ing today in the State of Israel. He, him-
self, is dedicated to the ideals of the
JNF and made it a way of life. In addi-
tion to the many projects of the JNF in
wruch he is personally involved, he is
also the originator of the Baal Shem Tov
Forest in Israel, with His Excellency, Zal-
man Shazar. President of Israel, as Hon-
orary Patron.
The Baal Shem Tov Forest is in a vital
arta around the Meron Mountains in
Saied. This project will link the name of
the great founder of the Chassidic move-
ment to the eternal soil of Israel. The
achievements of Mr. Silver on behalf of
the Baal Shem Tov Forest thus far have
been of tremendous value. He, himself
has paid for 25,000 trees to be planted in
the Baal Shem Tov Forest and through
personal sacrifice of health and wealth,
he has traveled throughout the world and
secured from personal friends and corn-
near SAFED. ISRAEL


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munities from Europe and South America
an additional 200.000 trees. The goal for
the Baal Shem Tov Forest is one million
trees.
Mr. Silver plans another trip to South
America this summer to further the cause
of the Baal Shem Tov Forest and to raise
additional sums for the great and im-
portant project.
The Jewish National Fund of America
urges all followers of the Baal Shem Tov
in the United States as well as all over the
world to plant trees in the Baal Shem Tov
Forest in order to immortalize the memory
of this beloved, great Chassidic leader in
the best befitting memorial, by linking
his name eternally with the soil of Israel
in a productive, constructive, and beauti-
ful manner.
Individual personal projects of gardens,
woodlands and forests can be planted
with plaques affixed thereto.
The Jewish National Fund of America
congratulates Mr. Silver on these accom-
plishments and is happy to proclaim it as
one of its national projects urging the
planting of trees in the Baal Shem Tov
Forest as an important undertaking for
all Jews and good people all over the
world and for the followers and believers
of the Baal Shem Tov. The Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America urges especially
the descendants of the Baal Shem Tov
from all over the world, wherever they
may be, to become the pnme movers and
doers in helping to accomplish the goal of
one million trees in the Baal Shem Tov
Forest.
YOU CAN ESTABLISH A FOREST
WOODLAND OR GROVE NOW.
MAKING PART OF YOUR BEOUEST
IN CASH AND THE BALANCE AS
PART OF YOUR WILL
Jewish National Fund leaders showing satisfacticn with
the Baal Shem Tov Forest and Bernard Silver's efforts in its
development, (left to right' Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chair-
man of the J.N.F. Foundation, Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Deimer, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the
Executive Committee.
Remember The Jewish National Fund In Your WillFor Information Call JE 8 6464


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when (he was 19 the wen! bad tool and u prei
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Friday. April 18. 1969
Bonnie Jo Bloom
Marries Optician
Geoffrey Hull man
'
Bom; Jo Bloom the daughter
of Mr. r i Mrs. Samuel Bloom,
140 W St., North Miami,
hecarni I bride ol <; offrev
DavM H man Saturda \trii 1*>,
in t!"' .'.! Mi BCh II it. I, Rabl i
Ralph rslev officiated a< the
7 p.m. monies.
A | 'nl Noi I
s i i Scl oil. the brl
tended D ide Junior Col
I Hi rait ol Illinois [< i
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t. lUl Wiai : Sc in. .r I
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MM MffffUY david mum am
School i d Ferris State College,
where h< was a member of Sigma
Alpha His par.nls arc Mr.
and Mr- Nat Hullman, 660 NE
181st 91 North Miami Beach.
Sue Herman served as maid of
honor; bridesmaids were Marlene
Bloom !*>ena Hullman. Nine..
Kr.inu i and Sue Ai nstcin. The
groom ajg Haivi r Sher to serve
as best nan; ne.....on Schreier,
Roi il boii h \ Rubin and Mai k
Snydei i ushi i -
Aiiii atshoneymoon in Mexico
\. ri. ans, La the newly-
w1ds n-.ak i h< lr home in
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Is Future Bride
Linda Kitchener
The engagement of their daugh-
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Btein, is announced by Mr. and
bus. Leonard Kitchener. 2819
Fmathla St., O c inul Grove.
a graduate of Drexel School,
the Pii.i,-. i t j* |,.s, ntiy ,.._
ployi 'I by a Miami physician.
Her fianc the son ol Mr. and
Mis. .lack St. in 362] N. Pro
I rraduat if (loral Gabl -
Hi h School "'I i- pi i senl.
i studi mi i i the inivi rsit, ol
ii.
No wedding tlati Las h i sel
w m n. i i.
M2S. RICK A. SHIMEK
Joanne Rubier Is
livid,' Of Air Force
S-Sgt Rich Shimek
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v R1 -i k v. |e > il II in the S v ll Hotel R. y
H Israel perfornn il th" 7:15 n m,
pen mi nv, i< hieh w as follow) .1 by
: n ception at tin hotel.
\ mi'imU r of B'nai B'rith, the
' <' i, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mexander I- Rubier, (ioni s\V
94th Av\, is a PTaduate of Miami
Senior Hieh School and Miami-
Dade Junior Ooi| -ae. Her husband,
the son of Mrs. Rachel .1. Keeean
n| s- Petersburg, trraduated from
Seminole Hi-h School and St.
Petersburg Junior College l-fore
loining the U.S. Air Force.
The bride was attended bv Rita
Ven ler, maid of honor, Mrs. Shlela
Arnold, matron of honor, flower
nl Lisa Gayle Marvin, and ring-
bearer Kenneth Marvin. S Sat.
I awn nee Seabrook served as best
i \^ ere Mic ii Ki esan,
John Roardman, R
and John Taj loi
Km her wedding, the bi dt chose
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fashion excitement at New
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Prince Ferrari Mister Pants
Prince Renaldi Happy Legs
Fondini Stuffed Shirt
Europe Craft Country Junior
Mr. John ties Bodin Knits
Jantzen White Stag
Jockey John Meyer
Gold Cup socks Elli
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MISS UHDA KITCHtNtK
satin, ami carried a bouquet of
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The newlyweds will spend their
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Homestead.
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Lxtenor View Of Del Piado On The Bay Located At 18001 Biscayne Boulevard
Del Prado On Bay's Previewing Models
Del Pra la on ihc B
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t ,>nd \ I- aui modi i
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Barbra Streisand
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tdo : cocktail
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pei "I 111' N'.'V.
Horizons eondominiunt c>m| lex at
.ith his son, Sa n
i'i ntlj jorca Tow ers i
nder i
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out wry i
Gables Mayor To
Serve Third Term
Ma; r C I. iJerryi Dress* I i>t
Coral Gables was reelected lo the
office of mayor in Tuesday's city
elections. Mayor Dresael, who re-
ceived 2,481 votes, had to win
election to the city commission in
order tu qualify as mayor. The
2.599 votes which gave him a seat
<>n tin c immission for the next
four yean thus assured him a
third term as mayor,
incumbent Commissioners Joe
Murph) and W. Keith Phillips Jr.,
also kept thin si ats on the five-
man board, Phillips, with a high
vote count of 2,653, won a four-
year term. Murphy, with 2.402,
will keep bis seat for two years.
Folksiiiger Slated
For ^ Concert
Folksinger guitarist Dan Wol-
man w ill i- i: sented Satui
vi nin i at th ymyuha ol
Gri .-it. i Miami. 8500 SW 8th St
in a program beginning at B
p.m. which is one ol the "Show
.ii "i hi .';.- Isi a li Ai i ists" si ries.
A- an t< rtainer, Wolman, who
was inn n in J n in 1941, has
i i .
cital, as well erl m ra-
dio and tc le vis i i 11 i kl i I i
ac-
:.i il
111 Lo til. .Mat. s t i
Hi atti
ty ot New \
l the S
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it i i. has made s, \ -
ii t films which have won
..t i. sti\alt
Oholci Torafa
Luncheon Set
Tlic Women's Organization of
the Oholci Torah Day s, hool will
hold its Torah Hank Luncheon it
12 30 p m. Monday at Beth Israi I
Congregation, Miami Beach, Mrs
Michael Jacobovits, president, has
announced.
Rabbi Ben I Weil ol H-'Uj Israel
will review the book "The Tanks
oi Tammuz." by Shabatal Tevet
The group will also bid farewell
t>> Mrs Tillie Schachno, who is
leaving with hei husband t" live
Ln Israel
poEcq ft*ggj|
gag
Omar Sharif
Catherine Deneuve
James Mason
Mayerting"
And As The Empress Elizabeth
Ava Gardner >
amn mum
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Friday. April 18, 1969
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Kitchens by f-KxtlMFUvl"
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Amy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian Kaufman of North Miami
B< ach. will N come Baa Mitzvah at
Bfth Torah ("oneiTgation Friday
evening, April 18
Amy has boon attending Harold
Wolk Religious Sohool for several
yean and will continue with her
studios, becoming a member of the
Confirmation Class of 1970.
Following th' services, an Onejj
Shablat will ho held in honor of
the celebrant, attended by friends
and relatives.
*
ROBKRT MILTON
Robert Adley. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Milton. 4849 Ronda
St., Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday. April 19.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponee do Loon Junior High
School, where he plays French
horn in the sohool band. He has an
entry in this year's Science Fair.
his second effort in as many years.
A reception in Robert's honor
will bo held at the Miami Springs
Villas. Among the honored guests
will be his grandparents. Mr and
Mrs. Larry Borger. Los Angeles.
Calif.
* *
STEPHEN LYNN
Stephen, the son of Mrs. Lila
Lynn. 9080 Bay Harbor Terrace. :
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple N. r
Tamid on Saturday. April 19.
A seventh grade student at Nail- I
tilus Junior High School, Stephen
attends Temple Nor Tamid Relig-
ious School.
Mrs Lynn will host the Oneg
Shabbal Friday evening and the
Kiddush following the services at
k?. a luncheon recep-
: honor >( the < lebrant will
Id ;ii th | k i, n,,t, | Sat-
afti i ni
the honoi ed firsts will
1 isii Mi and Mrs. Ju
la XV. and Mi
\ Winok ii ot Brook-
N V Step n's mati rnal
nts.
TED I II issu;
Ol Mi- and Mrs
' ri ird Fl( issig ol North Ml
Bai Mitzvah Sal u
morning April 19. at Bi th
tion,
a student at John v. Kennedy
Junioi Hun School, where ho is on
the Honoi Roll and plays trombone
on the band. Ted has attended th.'
Harold Wolk Religious Sohool for
seven yean and has been a member
i the Senior Choir since its Incep-
tion. Ho has played baseball and
basketball with the North Miami
Optimist cinh.
The c.i, iant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the services
and at a reception and dinner in
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Satur-
day evening.
Among the honored guests will
be Ted's grandparents. Mr. and
-Mrs Benjamin Zigler, Mrs. Tillie
Shainheit, Mr. ard Mrs. Maek Ell-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fleissig
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Samoa, Jeffrey
Frelkh and Ann Hume from New
JTork City.
JaWVBEV COHEN
Jeffrey, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Alb rt Cohen, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday morning. April 19
Jeffrey is a student at the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami,
which ho has attended for seven ,
yean, having begun there in first
grade.
Jeffrey's parents will host a Kid-
dush in his honor following the
seivices, and hokl a reception at
home Sunday evening to celebrati
the event
Attending the festivities will bo
Jeffrey's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Cohen, Meyer Schotten-
sti In, and his aunt. Mrs. Michael
Karr. from the Columbus. Ohio,
area; .Mi's. James Miller, his aunt
from Dayton. Ohio; Mr., and Mrs.
David Paine, and Dr. Cohen's sister
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Fink of Detroit.

JOHN MTJFSON
John Evan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius MufSOfl, will be Bar Mitzvah
at Ti mple Emanu-EI on Saturday.
April 19.
John is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, whore he is in
the seventh grade. He has won
a number of golf trophies.
The cell brant will bo honored at
a Kiddush in the Mural Room of
the tempi'- immediately following
'the morning worship service, and
at a reception in the Eden Roc
Hotel Saturday evening.
John's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mort Jacobs and Mrs. Benja-
min Mufson. will be among the
honored guests.

GAKKY S< IINF.IDKR
Garry, the son of Mrs. Miriam
Schneider and Marvin Schneider,
will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. April 19. at Temple Of
(.'lorn.
Garry is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Roekway Junior High
School, where ho plays drums in '
the sohool orchestra.
Mrs Donald Jaeobson will host
the Kiddush following the services
Saturday morning in honor of the
celebrant, and a reception vvill lie
held at the Sorrento Restaurant
Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
in- Garry's grandmother, Mrs,
Esther Si

MAN KAPLAN
the son ot Mr and Mrs
Stanley Kaplan, will become Bar
Mitzvah t Temple Or Olom Sat-
il g, April 19.
Alan ait, nus W imi Jun-
10I, whore he i-- in the
si v< nth grade. He is captain of the
at the ymha.
A an's ; an nts will sponsor the
Kiddush following the worship
services Saturday morning, and a
: and reception in his honor
at Chandler's Restaurant.
Among the guests attending will
be Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ciller and
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, ot
New York. Alan's grandparents.
Jttrty Cahem
Stephen Lynn
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JEFFREY /.KMLOCK
At 6:30 pm. Saturday. April 19.
in the Louis and Goldie Cohen
I hapel of Temple N. r Tamid.
Jeffrej Samuel, the son of Mr. and
Mis. Albert J. Zcmlock. 7910 Haw-
thorne Ave., will bo Bar Mitzvah.
Jeffrey attends Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School and is a stu-
d. M ol Temple N.r Tamid's Re-
ligious School.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be held at his home.
Out-K>f-tOMm guests will include
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Zcmlock. of New York;
his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs
Erwin Barnctt. of New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg,
his aunt and uncle from Joplin. Mo.

MICHAEL COHEN
Michael Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth L. Cohen, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple /.],,
on Saturday. April 19.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Cutler Ridge Junior High
School, whore ho plays drums in
the school band.
A recaption in honor of the cele-
branl will be host,,! by his parents
at me,, home Saturday evening.
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Bond, Innis Due At
Beth Am Forum
Julian Bond, a member of the
Georgia State Legislature, and
Roy Innis, associate national di-
rector of CORK, will be guest
speakers at a Black Panel forum
at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Temple
Both Am. 5960 N Kendall Dr..
South Miami. The mooting will be
the second in the Temple's spring
forum series.
Born in Nashville. Tenn.. the 29-
year-old Bond attracted national
attention when he was nominated
for the vice presidency last August
at the Democratic National Con-
vention in Chicago. He has been a
reporter, feature writer and editor.
Mr. Innis. a native of the Vir-
gin Islands, joined the CORK staff
in 1962 and was-named associate
national director in January of
this year. In his effort to place
more emphasis on the needs of the
[>ooplc and less on sit-ins and pick- '
eting. Mr. Innis has sought to pro-
ject many of the programs he pio-
neered in Harlem on a national
scale.
The Temple Beth Am forum se-
ries, entitled "Speak Cut. Miami,"
is keyed to audience participation '
in question and answer periods
following formal presentations. 1
Young Israel Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the Young
Israi '>: Greater Miami will spon-
s ir a Night Club party at 9 "
p.m. Sat irdaj April 26, in the
indy Room of the Cai illon
Hoti I, Miami Beach.
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Pluns are finalized by the Renanch Group of HadassVi
A annual Eye Bank function being held at :he Blair
Hou* on Saturday niqht. Cochairmen for this evening are
:: : j eft): Bill Glick and Leon Cohen.


Obituaries
BAGO4f David ". ,>n Pennsylvania MOSCOW. Fo"' -i \ :
Avfc, i at 1.1 Ave H i:' ,
l'eini>vi-
CEIGc> I-..IH-I ... 71 ..t"l CrillinK flt^i.o.inu "Mi.* h -&- .....i
Vvi 1] li Newman Collins A\. Mfl rti-.,ri Ht/Y? S'"'"- N "V' ,,mWI AW#" SCHWARTZ Wa.rnah 10, HM J.rr.r
M I. rwmaii on .we, .\i it
HOCHSTEIN. Anna l '.!'. l-'ifth St., SINGER Muirav 70 mm Rav i>.i
M H North Miami Fumral Home. MR New Our
KEISER, Joseph E T 1520 Meridian ZELLER. Harot, ?Y 20| Collins ve
Ave b n Riverside Intermenl Ml M B Riverside
N" '"' BENHAYON. Al.r.ih,in .. II RMmuni
RODENtVTEIN. Harry. "I ''-- 15th R<1 West Hollywood ""<
Temple Judea
Sets Art Show
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
will display ;l i*aiijc. Arls," fcx-
hihit in th- S ial Hall at" 8 p.rr
Saturday. Included will l>o oils,
sculpture and woodcuts by rive of
lh'' 1st irtlsts of oui com-
munity: Tony Scornavacca,
I.- wk, Ronni Bogaev, Greta Car-
men and Dorothi a Wiedemyer.
A champagne preview will bo
held on Saturday, for which black
tie is optional, and Sunday the
exhibit will viewed from Hi a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Hebrew Home Women
The Women's Division of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged of
Miami Beach (formerly the Jew-
ish Convalescent Home) will hold
a regular meeting in the Algiers
Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Wednesdav.
Mrs Joseph E. Keiser, president,
has announced. Mis. Anno Rea-
back will present a reading.
TV Sets For Hospital
South Dade Post No. tts <>i the
Jewish War Veterans of the I' S A
' will donate four portable television
sets to the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in ceremonies at 1:30
p.m. Thursday. April 24 at the
hospital. 1201 NW 16th St.. Alvin
\'. Weinstein, commander, has an-
nounced.
Open House Is Slated celebration of Israel Independi
Mi. and Mrs. Yosef Yanich will ''''' at 8:15 i''" Tuesday at
hold their annual open house in NE Miami Ct., North Miami.
St )t li New m
i ifT David. :.: IMS N E I7!nd
Si Nitr'l. Miami Funeral Home i
. Ml N.I".
ECKER Jacob, N 950
Vve J; l Gordon
Ol.ODklY. Morn- ;
Ave M H Riverside
lOFFMIAN S-.'Ii TJ,
Kvr, hit Gordon
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Iowenbraun, rtladyt 58, 110 Mth
MH Rlveralde
UBIS. Bather *rc. IT!U) So Tr. isure
l>r 'North Mlann Kui......0 Chapel
lB of |MV-.|
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PennayK anla
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I'.-il Collins
N. Shore JWY Ladies
A meeting of the Jewish Wat-
Veterans North Shore Ladies Aux-
iliary No. 677 will be held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium
LEGAL NOTKE
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IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 82800-A
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WNIK HKKNAHIi
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NOTICETO CREDITORS
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Please Vote For Me This Tuesday Again, April 22nd!
Kaf aFtf^T
NEWTON GREENE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL GROUP 4
Served As:
Councilman 1963-65, 1965-67
President Community Blood Bank 3 Terms
Vice-President Beth Torah Congregation
President Norfn Dade Democratic Club, Etc.
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KAPLAN. Anna H .., Ray l;.|
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COOPER. Abraham, n. l-'.o N.E
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M.n Newman (families for the recent Passover
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For Councilman
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LEGAL NOTICE
Paqe 15-3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I, i: is HBBEI1Y CSIVKN
Undersigned. '''
u ilrr the fii tili.-u '
\\ |.|S AN INTBRXATII >X \l.
:.- EXPORTERS ..i
IIIcIk Miami, Fin int. i.i-
_-i.-t. r -aid name with lh< '! rl,
i "it. in' i' in of I lade -iiiit>.
lU.TASAR DIAZ sa.vtai.i.a
4 1-11-18.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File No. 68-A-1508
,: is HEREBY i;i\ i:v thai
RMAN MOS8 holder of Count) T-\
ertlflrate No 1714 i-u. .1 th<
. ni Jane, A I > IM6, I as filed
m my office', mm ha* made
: ttlon foi laa deed to 1m iaxued
\. Bald <'evUfli ate ml i
llnwlng described property In
umy -if Dade, State of Florida
> ft of W '.'"0 ft \i.. Tr :'.
. Pfnca -nil R--v nat Booh
c. SI, Sections 12-18 Town-
i. Boatli RaiMfi 19 Raat, i
- K 16 ... rei nwre or !#-*, in
.'ounty nf Ihul.-. Btate ol
in
assessment of sjii.i proper!)
thi aald certificate un. mi the
. .( KM.IS RICKHANAN \
ill
- ;ii according- ti law. tii. pro|.....
. i i .1 hereiii mil be sold to th.-
|(l i bidder at th.- Courthouse door
tl first Monday In the month "f
MJ9, which is the 5th day of
;,i. I tlii 31t dav of March,
E n I RATHERM \v.
Clerk of Onuit (!ourt,
I lade 'irnty, Florida
I'.y |- F lill.DSTKA.V P
Deputy Clerk
urt Seal)
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
_.. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Of FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No 68-6836
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
LRi \\\ U.I. EN -., k/;,
jlll \VN WILSON
Plaintiff
Va.
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notified -li.il ,i Rill ,.< i
IMvorce has I.....n filed
nnd you are required In
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BY HCNRY LEONARD
"Don't think you dug the Rabbi right, Bennie. He
said that we're an historical people ... not
hysterical."
'966 0o,r-t '.odut.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-5407
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ISMABL NAR.VN'.lo
Plaintiff,
R( ISA M VARAN lO
TO
LEGAL NOTICE
1M
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of your Anaw-er or Pl<
lllll of i'..nipl.lint .,1, ,(,. nlnin-
Mtnrney, VNOEI.O \ \m -
i Building, Miami, Florida, nnd
".....Iginal v rei I Pli
hi office of the Clerk nf the Clr-
''urt on or before thi
I M,i 1969 I- fall In do an,
men! b> .1. fault a II b.
at you for ih.' relief demanded
lllll ..f I -..n>|i|.ii nt
notice -hull he puhliahed once
.-.-k for f..ur ......... w- .-., wceki
JEWISH Fl.i IRIDIAN
VB WD ORDRRRD al Miami
la, tin* 17th day ..f March All.
i: H LBATHBRM VN,
Aa < "lerk, Circull i "ourt
Dade County, Floridn
Rj : M VltniBRITE KENT
Aa Deputy Clerk
ulI i". nrl s. .,li
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Mnlev Building,
it: Florida
irnegr for Plaintiff
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her. by nntifli .1 thill ., Mill ,,f i-,,m-
I for Illvon ha- 1..-. ti filed
' > opj ,-i youi \ i .r ,.r Plead -
Inn to Ih. Hill ... Cnmidninl on the
Plaintlfl attorney. I KSTBR ROQ.
RRS. ESg '..... V \V 1 til. Street,
Klorlda : > .....I file, the
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offli-e of ih,. Clerk ol
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9 IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 79376-B
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fcTICBOF f.NTl \ in i.N \| -. K i:
.ICATIi.N l-nl: DIS1 Rlltl'TION
\NI> KIN A I. DIS41IARI IK
r*H k hi i.i.- nlvei ih.it I havi
lha I'ui.il I!. |M.rl ,.:i.I Petition
but .on .ui.l Final I >it-hai Ke
> !>! i'l:l.\ ami Hia: on 111. Kith
April. i'...:i \> .M apply lo ilie
Me i ount\ 'ii'lt. ol Dade
.. Kiot-itla. f..' appmi .ii ..f aald
ul Report and for dlatrlbutlon ai I
il iliccharxi na Rkcecutrla of the
of Ih. alK.v. num..I .!.-..I.-nt
lai <\.,\ of March, IMS
ISK H<*HKKIDBI.I i:.. uti i
\\ ki.usch
'ni^riM Avenue
I iJanlea, Florida S3134
1/4 !i 18
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act of 1941
File No. 8.A.1S31
'TICK IH HKHKHV tllVKN thai
IN BRSBN holder ..r Ceuni> Thk
>'erttfk-a.te No. s74i Inaued lha
day of ,luno. A |> I9, ha> flll
* hi ni) office, ami ua- made ap-
.n.'ii i..r ., t.ix deed to h Inaued
Said iVrlifirat. mhr......
dcru ribed prop* rt> In
l"d.-. State of I'loi da,
v "ii for Ihi n lb l demandi 'I
HiH ..I i 'ompla
This notice Khali he published once
each week for r.-n- ....... n-iv. n-eeka
in THK JBtt ISH II ORIDIA.N
DOVE AND fRDKRBD u Miami,
Klorlda, tin- lal day of April All.
|f69
B H I.EATHBRMAV. in. mi Court, Dade County, Klorlda
Ry c P cnpKI AND
11. piity 'lerk
(Circuit < "U'i Seal!
I.KSTKH Ri ";i:i:s ESQ.
...... \" W Ith Stn i
Miami, Klorlda 3SI3H
Attorne) for Plaintiff
4 1.11.18.25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69.4064
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIKRMAN KIOP,
Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82682- B
In RK Batate of
MARCV D. HBRSBL
De. eaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
ina Clalmi oi Demands Av.mh-i Bald
K.slate:
Vou are hereby notified nnd r.'iiuir-
..I t. pr.->.-nt any rlaima an.I demanda
which v"ii may have BKalnal the ea-
t..t. of MARCV I' iikssi-M. deceaaed
late of Dade County, Klorlda, to Ihe
County .lu.lf. s of Dude County, nnd
fil. the siiiii m iiimii. .it.- nnd an i..-,.-
vlded in Bet-lion T :.: :;. Klorlda Bin-
lutea, in theli s in Ihe I unl .
('urthouae In Dade Count) Klorlda,
within ~i\ i-alendar moiithn from Ihe
lime of th. in : pubtii ntlon hereof,
or Ihe '.mil' 'II he ban. I
Dated ..' Miami, Klorlda, this .th,
da} "f Man h, A I......9
RBHECCA r, HBSSBI., a k/a
KIIKA ii IIESSEN
\- B\e< ut ri v
i' publl. ni ion ..' ihlN no)
ihi Mi day of April 1969
Kit" iMIIERCi, KRi >i IIK1W1
\ IHiTll. P A
Ry LYNN U PRflMKRRfl
Attorney* for Exi. utrix
M-10J Blaca) in llldu .M.iitii. Cla
t 4-:i-i...-,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTICK IS HKUKin .'. EN thai
ihi ui 'l. i>n."ii di drfnn '.'.
ill bual i'l th. Ii.'i .' u
PARKVIEW INTERNATII iNAL
DKVEI.OP.MBNT ni.MPA.VV al i'l""
No| ih Miami B. ni h,
Klorlda intend t" i i~-.-1 -.. I
with tin Clerk ( the Clrcuil Court of
Dade Count). Plot Idn
81' CA8A IH -I DIN'OB. IN"'
I' win NISKBR
HASTEN IH ill il\.:s. IV.
N't IRMAN in II DSTKIN
BFPKA IH i> I.i vi-..-: |\,
SOI, I.COBR
. : t DSTKIN, FRANKLIN
\ I'M. i.NI N
j Attorney f..t Reftiatr i
' M.E l3rd i
i North Miami Reai h, I'l..
I /11-1 ..-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NMTIci-: is HRRBRV OIVTCN that
the underaqrned. deairinf; lo eneaRe
in bualneaa under Ihe Rctltloua nam.-
nl CRRSTVIBW CDNDOMINICM
SALES at Sinn N I-: |64th Street,
North Miami Reach Florida
... reffiater aald name with Ihe Clerk
of ihe Circuit Court ..t Dade Counts
Kloi Ida
BSRNBX HOIJllNflB, INC
SOI, 1.1 OBR
KERVIS Unl DINflS, IVi '
NORMAN ;> "IJISTBIN
KM >A\ Mi H 1IIVCS IVi
DAVID N1SRBR
: H DSTKIN, FRANKLIN
A- "HONIN
Attornev;. for Reaiatt 11
IX"' N.I-: |3rd Btreel
North Miami Reach, Florida
4/11 -1--_-. ./_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'-THK IS HBRBRV niVBN thai
Ihe underalimed, dealrlnit to enanp-e
in huaineKK under ih.- flctltloua name
of BPN SAIVA ftp FLORIDA at
0S7 South Dixie HiRhwny, i,,i....'k
to rerlater said nam.' with Ihe Clerk
..t ihe Circuit Court of Dade County
Klorlda
PRl li:< T DKVR1 I KI s
INTERN \T!"Nai.. inc
a ForeiRn i orpi enaed lo
I., i.u-! iickh in Flnrldn
MORTIMER FRIED
Attorney for Project Di veil
International, li"
4/11 -11-1:
LEGAL NOTICE
i /-
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follnu'inir
c.unty of
wll
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nf Tr
. \K\ l..t I
T I'll :-.i-!^. Dim. Pine- :' "I
v. Plat Bonk :u |'.,l-. ,: Se.
a 12-l:i Townafilp ... South
am M lii-i. m ih. Cunty of
''* Rtute ..f Florida
ha aaaeaamenl of aald propertv
the aald artlflcate u In the
I TMi\|\s MARTIN ft JOHN
AlfiTIM.
ileja ratld .-.rlificnt.' -hall he re
i.-l acenrdina t.. law, th. property
'"^1 herein will he -I'l to The
*t t.l.ldcr hi Ih.- Courfhou-.' door
firxt Monday In th. month of
""''. uiu.'ii i- ih.- r.ih diu of
i till-- 311.| f)av of Mari h 1969
K It I KATHKKMAN.
1 i' rk .i ii nil i -,,ui :.
I '.ol. '. unty. Flot
R> P F -;i I DSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
C6UM S. .il i
4.4 li-is :..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, K IS IIKRKI4V filVBN thai
I ed, .1. Hirma lo eilRaRi in
under th. I Ictlllnu- nam. "t
[l:r. 1 ifllis Intendr to repleter
wi;h the 'Ii i k ..f Ihi 1r-
..I Dade i '..uiiin Florida
I: \':Ti H ip .JiRbiri"/.
'-. 4.. 13th T, r.
' MlnatLrKUTida
v* *4/l1-l<. .''. I/'.'
CALVBNI V UK
I.. ndanl
Tl '' V LVEN'IA RK ''.
Vou CAIA'BNIA RIOP, nre hereh)
i 11..it a Rill of 'omplainl for
:. haa beet filed anal I you,
and >"ii are ri quired lo -> rvo a copy
..I \nut \itawer "i i"i- ...Jrn: lo Ihe
lllll ..I Comphilnt on the Plaintiffs
... .MAIN i P 'i >PM IN, loi .1
man ,v llolnman I' n. ."-.i liuild-
ifr. Miami. Floi dd 13130 Hid file
Ihi .iic".,I Vnawer or Pleading In the
i' of tin Cb rk ol "" ii. in' Court
on or before Ihe *nd da\ "f May. 1969.
n fall fault will be lakeu aRainal you for
Ihe relief demanded In th.- Mill of
i-..mi.i
Thi- notice shall he publlahed once
each wei-k for four ecutivi waeka
in Till: JEWISH KI/iRIDIAN
DONE AND ''RI'KUKD .it Miami.,
Florida, this -.'4th day of Mar. Ii A D
i: II LEATHBAMAN Clerk
I'lr.-utl Court. Dad.- County. Klorlda
iiy m \m:i'i;iiiTi: KBNT
I M-piity i lerk
(Circull Court S.all
ip" iDMAN HOLTZMAN
..... i on.ord HuildinK
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney" tor Plaintiff
I 21 4/4.H-25
NOTICE UNDER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
No. 82856-A
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
In RK r.--.tf. of
ADELINE II I.F.VY
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All (Yeditora and Ml Persons Hav-
ing ciiiiiii- or Dema Ida Anaii-t Said
,t.
Vou hy notlfji d and re-
quired t.. ,,r. ., | i. ,,,,. .,.,,1 ,|...
mand- which \ .ii ma> hnve na;nlnal
Hi.- -tat. ot MM'M.IV'i; || I I'VV
. I......... I lull ... i..,,i. County, Florida.
I" Ihe Count) ludgca nf l>:i.|. Counts
and file t" in.....n dui ,.l na
.....v "l. d in 8. .'ion 7.1: 16, Klorlda
Statul their offlcea In Ihe Viunt)
. ..in in..10. Dude County, Florida
within -i\ calendar month- irum (he
time nf the flrai publication hereof,
or ihe same ill b. barn tl
Dated at Miami, Florida, thin .'7lh
, day ol March, \ D
IP is M.IVD I. I BVY
DAVID A LB\'Y
A- l"\. il '."
Firal publl. utlon ol tin- notice on
Ihi -Hi ill > Mar. I
HAROLD M RIKAS
Atlorni for i;.-tat.- ..f
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-5365
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
RICH Mill OUNZAJJ3B,
Plaintiff
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBRV fllVSN thai
th,. undersigned, denirmK '" engam In
bualneaa uml. r th- firtit'oii- name "t
CORA I. WIN'iaiW CI.KAMNC. and
MAfNTHNA.VCB COMPANY at Po
Box 1047, coral Oablee. Florida m-
t.-ml- to r.'U-i-t.T -aid nam.' With the
Clerk of th.- Circuit c. un ,.i Dade
County Florida. __.
IP IBBRT I- FINK
JOBL R OOLOSTBIN
.Ii 18EPH II V. iCNU
Attorney for
IP IRBKT F FINK
J.-KLK-H-DSTKiN ig4/t..,8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBRY tJTVKN '' '
th. underalimed, dealrlnii lo engiuf"
In bualneaa under th. flctltloua name
... I \CK PHII.lP A: S"N III DUponl
l-li a HuildliiK Miami. Horli
i, n.i- to reflati r aald name
ci.-rk ol th. Circull Court
County, Florida
ai. m ll \RKis and SIRKIN
Mtorneya for Applicant
Bude Kedi ral Hulldlnx
Miami Florida lllll s
with th.
l.I'CV SANTOS '.ONZ \1.ES.
Defendant
TO: l.l'i'V SANTOS OONZALE8.
>/ Sola Ortiz
37f Verjrel street
C R B. San Joai,
Ri.. Piedraa, P It
Vou. I.ccv SANTOS 10NZAI.B8, !
are hereby notified thai a rtui ofl
Complain! fer Divorci 1 a- h. n filed
..LMiii't you. and \ on .iro required
to -. ri-.- a Cop| of your Aii.\..-r or
Pleading to the Rill "f Complaint on I
the Plaintiff.-' attorney, heknaud
It JAFFB, BIS Amsl.y RulMIng '
Miami, Florida 33131 and ill.- the
original Answer >
..fti.-.. of ihe Clerk of th.- Circull
.'..urt on or before tl-.- 9lh day nf I
May, .....9 it you fall lo il" -o. ju.lc-
meni hy default will taken against
I you for th. relief demanded In the
, Bill "i Complaint
Th:- notice shall be publ hed -
each week for four ..-,-.-at \. weeks
,n THK ,11'AS ISH I'l-1 iRIDI \ v
I 'V K \NI> iRDKRKD .ii Mi iml,
la. 11 I iliij i>l Maivh AH
11 .
R |1 I i: VTHBIIM VN. '' I-
. nil i "-in*. I in I- 'ounli 'loi il.
By: N \ HBWBTT
11. on- v i "lerk
,. .. mi Court s. .in
HERN VRD II .1 \FFB
i.i: Ainale) Building,
Miami, Fl i
Telephnni I
Aiiorn.) for Plaintlfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. iTii'E IS HEREBY fHVEN that
Ihe undersigned, rti g '.....vax* in
I'UK.....-- under the fl.-ili Inui .in.
II IRCRI IN \ BPH HIV.; n -. i |
de l..-.ii I:..ul. v-ard, I "oral I labb -
Florida Intend* t.. register wild
with Ihi C|ei Clr.ull I
"i Dade Couni) Florida
HERBERT WALL
Attorn, y al I... II
-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 68- 11497
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ Alp in SILVERSTE1N,
Plaintiff,
IKANX'E BIIA'ERSTEIN,
Defendant
To JEANNE SILVER8TEIN
K.'. i Irlental Boulevard
Rrooklyn, Vew York
You. JEANNE SILVERSTELN are
Ii. ri by notified lhal h Mill nl I
I'l'ini for I 'ivnn ha- I..... filed
ngiiinal you nnd you an required t"
.: a ropy nl y-out v .\\.-i or Plead-
ing lo the Bill of Complaint on Ihi
I Plain!iff'n attorney, JOSH REPHCN,
1170 Washlnglon \venue. .Miami
Beach, Florid.. hi orlgl
n.il r Pleading In the offlc.
of the Clerk Ihi C ull Coui I nt
or befon il-..- :. Il du) ol May, I .'' If
\ "ii fall lo do udirn em hi '- fn"ll
u n I., taken ngi nsl you I i Ihi
In f rti mandi -i In Ih. lllll t Com
plain'
Tl '- II In publl' hed on. e
each ivcel ecutivi
in THK .IKW18II Fl ORIDIAN
IMINK AND i iRDKRKD nl M
Florida, this 2nd day of April A I'
1969
K It I i: ITIIKKM \N. i'
Circull I "ourl, I iiid. I "ounl) Floi da
i:> N \ IIKW RTT
I i. mi' '
II' n "ourl Si ul i
JOSH REPHCN
1370 Vt nahlngton \venu<
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/11-1*. -.: "./-'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
83?eG Ao97
No. 82793-A
In RE Retail "i
SUM 'If D 'I.SKV
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and VI Peraona H
me Claim- or Demands Agalnal Said
Batate:
Vou are hereb) notified and n qu d
in present any i-luima and demand
which you may hav.- .iiuinsl Ih.
eatate of 8IOCRD OI-SKN deceaaed
late ol iii.i. County, Florida lo Ihe
Count) Judges of Dad.- County. ..-id
file the same In duplicate and a- pro.
vided in S. i-tii 733 16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in th.'ir ..fti.'.-- in the County
Courthouae In Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar month- from ihe
lime of tho first publication hen if,
or the -.iiii.. will be barn .1
Bated al Miami. Florida. I bin 19th
day of March, A D 1969
ALLEN E BRAKE
\- Administrator
First publication ..t tin- noilci on
lha 11th '1.n "f April, 1969
ARTHli: W. KARLICK
Atlorno) t..r
Estate .i i.i Vdminiatrator
V99 N \S 1 Ith sir, t
Miami, Florida
I/I I -Ni-la './:'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'tlTICB IS MEREMV HIVEN that
1 u ilt'i '_ a dealt 111;_: to i ngage In
hii-m.-- under ih.- fiititlous nam.' of
. I ASSIKIKD DIRBCTORV < '' ..i
I'ii Ron i :.. Miami 11138, Intendn
In n glati r an "I aim ith ih.- > 'li rk
l I'li'culi Court of Dad.- County,
M VIU< HUB M BI'RTl IN
iv i: .....li Street
.Nil.inn. Flood,, 33118
4 il -iv-:--, s j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni I'll. E IS II l.l.i-.l'.Y I1IVK.N
.. -i. rlit i -i. ..), li il_ ...
In business unili ;I i .
ol HI 'M'EV i; i \i .;, .|.| ,i
REST VCRA.N r a V.....
U' 'I 'NOE 'I H E l,)|.l' \. T 'I
I floral Way, Miami, Da<
i 'ount). Florida Inteiidf t. ran
-unl nami n Ith the i'!. rk of t
i 'ourl "f Dad.- c..,i i
DE-LEE THIRSTY FIRST iRP
a Florid i i < ii..ration )..
JAME8 C CHIMERAKIS
HBRRRRT .1 TELLER
M ton
DE-I BE THIRTY FIRST CORP
'. W Tenth Avi i m
I 4/11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBRY fllVK.N II
the underalf i ed, di alrhig to
bualneas under the fictitious i
SV1.VAN SCHOTZ, M D at I6ll M-i
ilian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florii
Intenda to register m .1 nan
I wiih ih. ci, rk of the i 'In un c.ni
or Dade County, Florida
SYLV VN SCrTOTZ, M Ii P A
1680 Meridian Avenue
Miami Ik a. h. Florida 83139
BPARBRR A IP.SKIN i' a
Ai tome) for
SYI V VN SCHOTZ. \| [, p A
li" X I:.-. .,. ii.. Blvd.
, Miami. Florida ;i:'.i::.'
:: 2J ,, ||
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-5249
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN MATTHEW RANDBR80N
Plaintiff,
vs
I ELIZA MacFADDBN RANDERSON
Defendanl
TO ELIZA MacFADDBN
RVNDBRSON
Ri -id. a.'. Cnknown
You ELIZA Ma.- FADPKN
DBRS) 'V ure hereby nollfir I
Rill of Complaint for 11 \.
!" filed agalnal you. and \
required :.....-vi .. pop) of your \n-v
i Pleading to ih.. mil
I'l.-imt on ihe Plaintiff's uttorn*
Rl VTT and PDBLU "l Duii
Plnaa Center, Mann Florl
ami til.- the original Answer or I'l. a.
l- ihe nfflci th. I'lei
. Clrcuil i '"in t on or I..
da) ol \|H h v..u fall .,. ,|,. .
ludemi i i h) default will hi
i ..
Rill of Complain!
Thi ...... :, ,| ,-,.
. a. h u k for four i-onsi i-ullvi rei
TH '- JEWISH Fl ORIDIA V
IMC E VND I iRDERKI I
1 I Mai h \
K R I i: VTHERMA N. Clei
1 u Courl. 1 lad. -ii
IP i- |' <'. n't' \V|1
Deputy ci. rk
i'. "in s. all
BI.ATT i" I I"! IBLL
114 I ".,'' I' nxii .'. -
Mlani Flnrldn
Allot Plaintlfl
i: v:
thai
a
' i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 69-5273
CAR! V TREES,
P nt'ff,
i
1 VRR> o\l KR TREES
Defi ii.I., il
TO: LA Bin MER TREES
E -'\ia\ Courl \;.' V. I
28 Mi. i.ila I'uurt
I In nfli Id. Indiana I'll I"
Vou I VRR1 tMER TREES
a Mill of i 'on
Dlvnrei hns I..... fib
ngalnst ..n ami you nn rei mired
i ii : ,-i :r Vnswer .
b in ihe Rill of i 'omplainl o
ih. i' ittoi .1 \ v '/.a MF
*. SMITH. 1.112 Capital Ral llu Id
mi.'. Miami. Floi da
tin tii-ia. inal V naw .-r or 1*1-.. I
thi Cli nl llu n
' 'ourl .....r before tin 9th
S!> If you fail to do -. ni'i.
tni I Ii a" -a il' I., laki
you for ihe r. n. f .1. map led In th
Mill of ComplaJ
Thi- nolle, -h.ill be publlal i
each week for four conaecutivi week
in THE JEWISH 1-l.olMDIAV
DtiNK VND ORDKRK1) al !
Florida this 28th day "t Mar.-h A 1
E It 1 i:AIHF,ltMAN, Clerk
1 in i Court, Dade Count) Florida
II) v A lli:\\ BTT
i nuty Clerk
li "In Ull 'out I Soall
VON 7. WIFT 6 SMITH
ISIS Capital Rank Rldg.
Mi.un Florida I
Attorn. > for Plaintiff
t .1 i i i -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-18210
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID l I'.ria >|.c.
I'l.....tiff
I'ATMl.-i \ K RUDOLF,
i" f. ndnni
TO: P VTRICIA It. RI'IKH.F
,.,;,!. \|-t B-BBL AIRE ROAD
New Orleans, Louisiana
YOC, PATRICIA R. Rl"|si|.|'. m
h.-r, i,\ notified that a Oomplalnl fo
Divorce has been filed Bgalnal you
and you are required to nerve a .-op.
of your Answer or Pleading t" Hi
Complaint for Divorce mi Hi. Plain
tiffs all...... v, in iv m.i i l. DAVIc'
ESQ., 417 Bisi-ayne Building19 v,
Flagler Sirei-t, Miami. Florida ::::r>
Ph.mi. 7" -.1. and file the orlgfnti
\.-w." or I'l.a.ling in th.- Office o
the Clerk of the cirouit I'ourt on o
h. fore ih. unih day nl April 191C| '
you fall i" -I., so, Judgment b) di
fault will be taken agalnal you for Ih.
. .in i il, in. .1. ,i in ilio Complain
for i n\' ".
'rill- v..: ... shall I"- publlahed owe.
each week for four (4) consecutive
Wi '1. in the JEWISH I'l.' Hill 'I \ S
DONE WD ORDERED, al Miam
Fl." .i.i. tii. 26th day of Mat. i
K R t.EVTIIERM AN.
> "lerk, Cir.uit Courl
i' idi "ounty l-'i.>i Ida
It) : V A HBWBTT
I nutv Cli rk
i '.I' Ull I ."Ull S.-all
^ 1/4-11-11
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SHOULDER STEAKS I09
TENDER CHUCK ROAST 59
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American Process Cheese 79
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Cooked Corn Beef 59c
Creamed Herring Fillets 19
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Turkey Roll 98
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Filled Cupcakes 39:
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