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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 25, 1969

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 25, 1969

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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i- is who, he said, did not listen
ire-war warnings. He recalled
neeting with Jewish leaders in
B3.. is six months before World
A ii II began at which they re-
p..'..i such warnings. Six months
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Volume 42 Number 17
WORLDWIDE RITES
Jews Honor
Victims Of
Holocaust
NEW YORK iJTM Tho 25th
anniversary of the liberation of
the Hcrgcn-Bclsen concent ration
cam)) will be marked in June next
Kar with a pilgrimage of more
than 300 survivors to the unmark-
gravet of the martyred dead
)f the N'a/i holocaust.
The plan was announced by Jo-
cph Rosenhaft. president of the
worldwide Federation of Bergcn-
Isen associations, at a celebra-
tion of the 24th anniversary here
>y survivors.
lie Mid the survivor* would
\ return to Germany, sosae for the
first time siller the lilieratlon,
"to sav a Yahrzelt (or our dead
brethren" a* part of the cam-
paign to make sure the world
[does not forget the six million
i Jewish Holocaust victims.
Observance of Holocaust Dav in
srni'l Included a concert In Tel
t\1\ attended by Prim.' Minister
lolda Mi Ir and other leaders who
bard thi Israeli concert debut ol
lehema Lifshitz, a Yiddish folk-
pnijcr from Eastern Europe. The
Sth anniversary of the Warsaw
hetto revolt was marked in New
: k bj a pi oclamation from ( >\
ller. In Toronto, some
I pel ions pai ki d Sharei Sho-
. im Syne at men
i| i msoi d by the (
n Jewish Congress In Buenos
. cs. Argentine Ji w a filled th
ii aii a Thi ati r at men i
- u here -i\ h use candli 8
Hi t> lit for the Six Million.
s m akii -' at a mi mi i ial
m- in Haifa, Dr Nahum Gol.l-
Si.inn declared that apathy and in-
liference ol world Jewrj at that
j cost countless thousands ol
Hi a ish lives. H said American
< .'.: v deserved most ..f thi blame
He failing to
ii i o.i.-. .ir the White
Hi ise when it learned what the
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday. April 25 1963
Two Sections Price 2>c
U.S. Irked By Jewish
Protest Over Mideast
ABB/ HtfSCHU JOMCTM
WASHINGTON (JTAI Ad-
ministration officials here said this
week that President Richard M.
Nixon and Secretary of State Wil-
liam P. Rogers are becoming vexed
by J wish criticism of American
participation in the Big Four talks
on the Middle East, and regard the
criticism as impugning the integ-
rity of the commitments to Israel
Survey Finds Catholics
Sympathetic To Israel
WASHINGTON (JTAI A sur-
vey by the American Jewish Com-
mittee has found clerical and lay
leaders of the Roman Catholic
Church ;:; America to be more
sympathetic toward [srael than
American Proti stant denomina-
I ions
The results of the survey were
basi .1 on a stud. ol Ihe public po-
ut ioi ..f i 'atholic and Pi otestant
leaders following Israel's reprisal
raid on Beirut Airport last Dec. 28
rist attack Dn an El AI
lm i at Al lii -:s two da s befi
Th.......pan d by Mi J
lith H. Bank if thi AJt ommit-
tee's inter-religious affairs depart-
ment, noted that "on the whole,
Catholic leaders and the official
dioci san pi.ss are more sympa-
thetically disposed to Israel and
more likely to balance their spe-
cific ciiticism of Israel's behavior
with parallel criticisms of the
Arab nations. The official Protes-
tai l press and the stati mi nts of
Pi oti stant institutional lead-
have i" en Ii ss fa\ n ably dis-
io [srael and have seen Ihe
t ol the Arab ri : igi i as the
o\ ii idin j is-- i. in the Mi Idli
i Continued on Pace l.V \ i
stated by Mr. Nixon and Mr.
Rogers.
A delegation representing the
Conferi nee of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
called on Secretary Rogers last
week, The delegation's s|x>kesman.
Rabbi Herschel Schacter. told him
there was "an apparent drift in
, U.S. policy on the Middle East,
away from insist.nee on a nego-
tiated peace between the Arab
states and Israel." He presented a
Statement on behalf of the 25 lead-
ing Jewish bodies represented, say-
ing they were "concerned and agi-
tated" over the prospect that cur-
rent Four Power talks "would ab-
solve the Arab states from their
n sponsibility to sett!.- their differ-
ences directly with Israel."
The statement also voiced dis-
I ii t over Mr. Roger's recent press
oi ferei ce ^ mt. ments on the- Big
Four meetings. Mr. Rogers had
told newsmen that while the Unit-
ed States will not attempt t<> seek
an im; osi d settli ment, if the Big
P wers do |iro\ i.',.' a formula for a
lution, the fi >i ci >i world public
lake it difficult for
' j Midi asl -, \i rnmenl to n i I
it. 'There are lots ol ways to in-
fill, nee i eople without m i
ii thing," he i
Terrorists Carry Out Fake Raids
For \ isiting Foreign Journalists
TEL AVIV ij l'.\i El Fatah.
. : nisi group oper-
atir j in id in, Is sta; ing fake
i aid i territory" foi the
lists, it
' : j u I (
Wi st B recent ii re-
ii
Ai cording I ti
ih is tryin to mail tain its
i. putati i as an i fficti
force i'> inviting journalists to ac-
company con i nits on os
sorties against Israi I. The
taken bj truck dur-
ing the nighl to the banks I th
Zarka Rivei a small tributary ol
the Joiil i the guerrillas
pass ofl is th Jord in Kiwi.
While the correspondent waits,
.....Has ford the stn am it ti
i ul l i tui s. They retu
and report that they have planted
lives nder an "Isi
. >n The journalist i
lo lie com inci d ol thi ii st<
-: :, H Ilich follow :i f( H
i I Fatah also -
fake gun-bat I' aci oss the
ii dan, \\ nli thi ir ow n n
iii Ing vi r > ach other's h< ads from
; site ('.inks for the bt nefit of
thi news mi dia, the returned tra\ -
I. : said.
A mil tarj spokesman has lis-
. thai Israi h jets attacked an
; : r atah I ase in the village ol
Jord in, .lining a s, 11, s
' exehangi ai r >ss the
in River. He said Ih re wi re
s altii s >.] ih,' is:a. Ii side.
s blew up a wati r res-
i voii ... iutz Mai
J00 .> an is from the i.. bam se bor-
l>er < Jalilee, I icre w. re
::.. cas inlti. Fi agi nts if the
indicati d il w as CI
A road n nil neai bj
as dismantled. And a band ol
saboti urs was silenci d bj an Is-
raeli patioi ii had attacked
Bi isan an a
Police have arrested two I ist
Jerusali m youths it: tioi
u it ii a bomb explosion al I
i.'iior Ministry's branch office in
the l >ld City.
State Department officials
huve now disclosed that the Sec-
retary felt his word of honor
and that of the President were
questioned by the delegation's
General approach and particu-
larly by the attitude of two del-
egation member*. Officials de-
clared that .Mr. Kogen* and Mr.
Nixon have repeatedly asserted
that Israel will not lie sold out
by the F.S. at the Big Four con-
ference, that no peace unlair to
Israel would lie imposed, that
final consent to any settlement
must come from the countries
directly concerned.
In official circles it was said that
there was a great deal of resent-
ment over the Conference's ex-
>r. ssion of uneasiness over the
failure of the joint statement is-
sued bj President Nixon and King
Hussein to condemn terrorist ac-
tivity, a feeling it said had been
"deepened" by Secretary Rogers'
stati mi nt about the forci >!
in."
Officials Bald the President
and Secretary Rosen conveyed
the commitment of the new Ad-
ministration to Israeli Foreign
Minister Mil.a Eban in per-.mi
.luring his r......lit visit to t'le
I nlted si ,;,... Mr. Eban, instead
nt accepting what the official*
called tin- "generous assurance*"
offered, later made public ad-
dresses in various cities that
"ugil ited" American opinion in
the matter ol the Bis Four talks.
L'.S
is I .! its con il .
Continued on Page 8-A
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ADL REPORTS
U.S. Groups Are Supporting El Fatah
ARNOLD FOSSfER
WASHINGTi N (JTA) The
El Fata i i ii i rilla organization Is
receiving financial, moral and i>-
litical support from extremist
groups in the United States and
id consi icrable success in
n .Lm. ing -mi. mist support here,
the Anti-D fan ati. U ague of
B'nai B'rith w ek.
Mom > la s ;i'"""
I been pri v idi d to El Fatah
since it launched U.S. activiti. s in
l6K An ild Forsti r AD1
eral coui wi. told thi
national Com-
ting here.
S porti i" Include the 10.000-
rganuation ol Ai ib Stu-
dents groups of the Communist
"old left." New Left radicals and
some black extremists and revolu-
tionary organizations, he said. Kl
Fatah maintains headquarters at
the offices of the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization in New York
City, hi said. The office is reporl-
din cted by Saadat Hassan,
said to be a longtime Aral) propa-
..,-. list in the United States.
Mr. I'orster said an t'A Fatah
publication entitled Free rales-
tine is being sold on a subscrip-
tion basis through Washington,
D.O., post office bOX. Funds are
being raised under Palestine
Liberation Organization aus-
pices throughout the United
states. ii\ Fatah representatives
Alirain Abdul Majeed and inset
lianaii. identified as Palestin-
ians. El Fatah emissaries are
also engaged in fund-raising in
< ana.la a'i.1 Latin America. The
major targets tor nione.x have
been New fork, Washington,
Houston, Los Angeles and De-
troit, Mr. Forater said.
The ADL said that El Fatah ac-
tivities have received substantial
and favorable treatment in The
Black Panther, official publication
of the Black Panther Party, and
.Muhammad Speaks, organ of the
Black Muslim movement led by
i!i Muhammad. Last Jan. 4.
the i'ai.tiler, m Inch i an three :
l.l F ran iten s, published i
.0 tide headlined "Pali stim G ;. r-
- vs. Israeli Pigs." The Black
lublished In Detroit by
i ie Orgai lion for African
v an I Iducati in, carri d a
;artlcl thai gl irif Fatah
reprinted from The Militant organ
.! Israi I, It ha I been
ol thi Trotskylte Socialist W
. rs Pai ty
itah posi; ii -
b. taki n n ;.. atedly by thi
extn mist elen nts
Continued on Page L8-A



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Arab States Move
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JERUSALEM i\VNS> The
growing iwlitical influence of tin'
Arab terrorist groups has brgun to
cause serious problems for the
\rab nations and they are Start-
ing to act sgaiMj these organiza-
' ions.
While Arab leaders publicly
voice support for these croups, re-
orts from various sources indicate
a number of counter-measures are
"ing taken to control and lessen
lhe political power of Kl Fatah and
the other terrorist organizations.
l.>l>:iii(.n. which has made a
leal with Kl r.itiih under u hi. Ii
the Vrah organization would
iM>id giving Israel any reason
tor reprisal raids, is now using
ilniusi all her armed force* to
polire her l>order with Israel
to prevent terrorist incursions
i-:iinsi Israeli hordrr settle-
ments.
Iraq was reported to have de-
manded that the terrorist groups
lear their activities within Iraq
\ itb the military authorities and
iave Implicitly threatened to cul
ff funds and other support for
Palestinian groups if they fail
" comply. The Iraqi radio has dig.
ntinued n- one-hour daily El
. '.liah prograc fro I 'airo.

. .(licity to its ou n Sinai com-
indo -lit)
i' p. Th




OI>srr\. ra said It be-
hind these arlioaa !\ the Arab
elates were -. dealn to rasjata
their illil:in.. with the \rat>
masses and to lesaeo the threat
)>Oheil bj Kl I utall Uld other
terrorist groups tOV/arda any
possible pemet with laraeL
It uas noti l that Russian m ws-

. Palestinian organizations tor op-
I posing any peace arrangement with
I Israel anil for calling for the li-
quidation of the state, a position
the Soviet press described as "not
realistic."
The terrorist organizations haw
declared their opposition to King
Hussein's peace plan and warned.
"The Palestinian people will know
how to deal with anyone who is
ready to recognize Israel."
The Big Four have pri\ately
iiulii ateil their concern over the
opposition of the terrorist or-
ganization to any peace propos-
als, Th* major powers are fear-
ful that the Arab nations would
be forced to reject any compro-
mbte plan they advance beCSMSM
theac states fear the power of
the terrorist group*.
Arab leaders have indicated that
they believe they can control the
terrorist groups. One step they are
I taking to do this is to set up rival
! groups to nut down the power and
prestige of the established organi-
1 /ations.
"FOR ZION'S SAKE I SHALL
NOT KEEP SILENT FOR
JERUSALEM'S SAKE I SHALL
NOT REST .. Isaiah
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Friday. April 25. 1969
Immigration Policy
Benefits Explained
JERUSALEM 'JTai Opposi-
tion to Immigration among some
Israeli! hai. grown to the point
where the government has deemed
ii necessary to launch an educa-
tional campaign to explain the
pountry*i need for Immigrants ami
the economic advantages accruing
from them. Aryeh Eliav. Deputy
Minister of Immigrant Absorption,
llsclos. (I that such an effort will
toon gel underway.
While the vast majority of Is-
raelta favor immigration and re-
alize its Importance, he told a press
conference, a |x>ll just completed
.'or the government by a public
..pinion research company showed
ihat 15 percent of the i>opulacr
considered Immigration a burden.
The main reasons given were that
it pushes taxes up; that immigrant
students occupy tin- places of na-
tive born students in universities;
and that immigrants from the
Western countries are rich enough
not to rwei government assistance.
Mr. Eliav said that the arrival of
between .'C>.000 and -J0,000 new-
comers a year ploughs about $170
million per annum into the na-
tional economy, which stimulates
prosperity.
Deputy Prime Minister Yigal
Allon this week reported to the
Cabinet that immigration ilurine;
the first three months of this year
totaled 8,053 persons, including
new settlers and Israelis who re-
turned after absences >t more than
five years. Mr. Allon. who is also
.Minister of Immigrant Absorption
naid the comparable figure for t;i <
same period last year was 6.197
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19S9
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Israel's Withdrawal
Won't Bring Peace
Recent reactions by neighboring
Arab governments to the "pscce"
proposals put forward bv Jordan's
King Hussein hcve served to c'.criiy
the motivation and intent of the
young monarch in offering the clan
which, in reality, contcined nothing
new.
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Volume 42
Number 17
GETTING NOWHERE
/ MIDDLE
( EAST
\SETTLEMgN1
FOUR-SIDED
CONFERENCE
It called on Israel to withdraw
from the occupied territories with
nothing more than a promise by Hus-
sein to deliver conditions over which
he really has no control. Particularly
revealinq was the disavowel bv
Egypt of any intention to cllow Is-
rael the use of the Suez Canal. Such
c provision had been included in the
Hussein plan.
Israel can put little faith in de-
clarations by Arab governments aim-
ed at Israel's withdrawal from the
occupied territories without anv real
commitment to peace. If such a withdrawal
were brought about, the Arabs would be free
to resume, under mere advantageous condi-
tions and with the aid of the new Soviet wea-
ponry, their attempt at Israel's annihilation.
Insofar as the Big Four powers encourage
the Arabs to believe that they can retrieve their
lost areas without participating in a true peace
settlement, their can be no progress toward end-
ing the continuing hostilities.
The Big Four talks, therefore, serve onlv to
frustrate the prospects of a direct and lasting
peace settlement in the Middle East. The talks
cannot succeed because they qive to the S'*-
viet Union and France governments mani-
festly hostile to Israel --a say in matters af-
fecting Israel's existence and the conditions
for its physical survival.

Russia Blocks Settlement
While Soviet rhetoric seeks to create the
impression that it favors an Israel-Arab se>n'e-
mer.t, Soviet action is actually directed against
cny genuine raDprochement. By deed and by
word, Moscow has pursued enmitv towed Is-
rael, encouraged Arab intransigence and has
deliberately promoted local ten=ions as the
fuel of its own expansionist des.gns.
The Soviet Union rearms and trains Arab
crrmies, fans Arab hatred of Israel, cultivate
:'e fear of en imminent Middle East wot and
n assumes the grab of peacemaker in the
fcur-power talks.
It is through four-powT talks that the So-
viet Union hopes to win a political arrangement
on Nasser's terms and became a force and a
component of such an arrangement in order
to influence the future development of the re-
gion from a position cf strength.
French policy toward Israel disaualifies th-it
country also from playing any positive role for
peace. Motivated by its own interests in the
Middle East, the French Government's declara-
tions and measures are distinguished by bla-
tant one-sidedness against Israel and autorr.ctic
support cf Arab deeds and claims.
*
Governments Back Terror
The decision in favor oi a negotiated peace
in the Middle East lies entirely within the pow-
ZE'EV- HA'ARETZ
er of the Arab governments and its is with
sovereign governments alone that Israel can
deal. Only they are capable of launching war
end they alone are able to make and guaran-
tee the peace.
It would be a grave miscalculation to as-
sume that the terrorist organizations have the
capacity to thwart or block a decision in favor
of peace. These organizations exist only be-
cause the Arab governments want them to
exist
Only direct negotiations between Israel
end the Arab governments can result ;n the
lasting peace that all peoples of the Middle
East desperately need.
Remembering The Holocaust
During the past week, Jewish organizations
in Greater Miami ioined communities through-
out the world in commemorating the death of
6 000.000 lews in the Nazi holocaust as well as
the heroism of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
Although it is in the nature of man to at-
tempt to bar the grim events of history horn
his conscious memory. Jews have always en-
deavored to commemorate the tragic along
with the joyful milestones. Thus, even the mer-
riest cf festivals conclude with memorial pray-
ers end a reminder of the loss of the Temple is
included in traditional wedding r.t^s.
A conscious awareness of unfortunate ex-
periences is healthv in the normal develop-
ment of any nation just as it is important for en
individual to be aware of uohapD;na<:s. For
it is only thxouah the full la owledgs of evi! end
misfcrtunes that they can both be recognized in
time to avoid them.
B'it annual commemoration of the r>eriod of
the Nazi holocaust is not enough. The know-
ledge of this tragic era that witnessed the death
of 6.006,000 of our fellow Jews must become
part of our daily awareness. This is poruculariy
important for the sake of those of us too youna
to remember the catastrophe as it was hap-
pening.
Our generations yet to come mail learn to
identify with the martyrs of the holocaust who.
at the very moment of death affirmed their be-,
l:ef in the eternity of the Jewish P3opJe. Only
through an awareness of the even's of the
holocaust ccn we hope to remain alert to any
possible grim threats cf ganoc.de in the future.
sAfatUr of 7^f iy,
JOSEPH ILSOP
Taking The Lead
WASHINGTON Before very
long, hi.- opj>on-nt will discover
they have figured out th.- Pn
deal quite wrongly. The roll they
expect him to play is quite i u
pattern of
the verj first test, which is the
it< about the ABM.
Thewhok i baxacti rand thrust
of the Knatoi il attack oi
ABM tystem rather clearlj re-
al ii pok< n but ci
. v ctati ontinued presi-
the in-
iratiiin, l'.i< hai l Nix<>n has
like a vi i > hard-woi l
i iboripui l*nt far
above Uu I isl >
'
ThU ius in turn (imply
beca si of the character of the
battleground th. President's op-
ponents have chosen With a
President who truly Nails, no-
thing is hard, r or more danger*
ous to argue about than a ques-
tion Involving the : itun security
of the nation. On this particular
battleground, it is even difficult
to attack a President for doing
t> Uttli as the Eisenhower
years a-
Doing Too Much
B it attacking a President I
doing too much for h. ^
careful of in- nation's -
la something < Im .icn:
attack, which i* now
ally im it. the I
spans from tn< Whiti
w hich then Is
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ive.
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ba\ e no hanki ring to i
less iddll i to 1
budget. I hat e been
trying to cut thai h
no liking, elthei for th I
:*y that 15 now -
All my interests and ot
were on the sMe of. d
about the ABM.
The only tltWll !' WSJ
the facts were on th-
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facts after 1 to I
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EDWARD COHEN
Jewish Edueation
settinj i| i imbei I
lions t itud) major probli
of the community, tl G eater
Miami Jewish Federation is tak-
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Friday, April 25. 1969
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Paqe 5-A
Dean Marver H. Bernstein of
the Woodrow Wilson School of
Public and International AJ-
fairs at Princeton University,
has been elected to a three-
year term as national chair-
man of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations.
Jay termer To Address
Beth Sholom Brotherhood
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der-
mar will give a "Report to the
People" at the regular monthly
breakfast of the Brotherhood of
Temple Btth Sholom. 4144 Chase
Ave.. Miami Beach, at 10:30 am
Sunday, according to an announce-
ment by Aaron Fair, program
chairman.
Another feature of the event
will l* the pre* ntation of a report
by th< nominating committee,
James S. Knopke, president, an-
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Stores Four-Power Conference
KIIITOK. The .Jewish rr..rltliin:
The Four-Power Conference t
settle the Arab-brash conflict
should be looked upon with dis-
trust and great reservations.
Considering the participants'
pre-cornmitments to their clients,
such as that ol the Soviet Union
and Fiance to the Arab countries,
their position is already well-
formulated and any objective solu-
tion cannot be expected from this
conference.
Even the recent approach of our
own State Department in the
IN'., taking the position of con-
demning Israel for its readiness to
fight back murderous attacks on
its own citizens, shows a lot of
prejudice. It is quite evident that
the State Department, in order to
accommodate its relationship with
the Soviet Union, would be willing
to sacrifice the interest of the Jew-
ish State.
Though it is well-known that the
Soviet Union's aim is to liquidate
the State of Israel, the onlv bas-
""- of democracy M the Middle;
East which stands in its way to
ver that area, the State
i- partment could easily fall Into
the trap set by-the Communist rul-
ers of Russia bj negotiatii
impose a settli ment to their In-
ti l'l St.
By using the pretext of creating
peace in that an a, the Sovi >ts
can. indeed, with the help of the
State Department, establish ;i per-
manent base for further Commu-
nist expansion in the Middle East.
If one rem< mhors the lessons of
recent history. In 1956 when the
policy of the state Department i
forci d a retlt at of the Israel Army
from the Sinai Peninsula; and the
manner in which it acted during
the Nazi holocaust "While the six
-Million Died," this Four-Power
Conference can only produce more
grief and anxiety unless the State
Depart/lent truly tries to balance
the scales of justice, which is ques-
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Am rican Jewry with
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will be a trying period for Ameri-
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placed upon it to influence the
Jewish State's policy toward an
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Friday, April 25. .
State JWV Unit Meeting Sunday
The Department ol Florida, outgoing ofltam ..t poets in il
Jewish War Veterans of thfAA Tampa-St Peteroura a.t> i>.
will hold a quarterly m.-cting of ,wtr intent u.minareloi- Michei v
the Council <>i Administration t Schechter has ftnomwHl
the Cvktmml inn SI PeterelW Tlu, ^^ JWV >|aU. Conv,.n.:
stallation banquet al in- inti >ai .,,,..
urday night honoring igomjngand tamtam Hotel. BaJ Harbour _
gate
Check establishing the Jack Ciment Memori-
al Scholarship Fund at the Hebrew Academy
cf Greater Miam; is examined bv 'frc" left'
Lc uis Merwitzer, president of the Miami
Beach school: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal; Melvin Ciment. son of the late
Jack Ciment and a Hebrew Academy grad-
uate; Mrs. Jack Ciment; and Councilman Nor-
man Ciment. son of the donors and member
of the board of the Hebrew Academy. The
late Mr. Ciment was a founder of the school.
\rt Show Slated By Beth David
Asp exhibit will be pre- lure material by students ol the
with th< Beth David Fine Aits School pro-
rn rstone-layinjj cerema s al jrram. The courses run tin gamut
D id Coi rogation's new from rug wi vii to painting, and
i Dade school buildini from simple arts and crafts to dec-
Hi .', 20th St S lav :' has i i ithn eramics
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Aorks rxhibil will fea-
Highlighting tho cornerstone
rercmonies it 12 IS p m. will be
the insertion >! a special capaule
containing parchment scrolls In-
scribed with iti<- names ol leaders
found* rs as well as important
events id the 56-yeai history <>f
!;. ih l avid-
Rabbi Sol Landau will officiate
,.! thi dedicati ind will I*' aided
l)> community religii I lay
ii ad< i s
Immediately following the cor-
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exhibit, which has been prepared
and planned by the Beth David
Fine Arts Committee under the
supervision ol Mrs Sol Landau,
chairman, and Mrs Frederick
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M< mbei s of I he ommittee pai -
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Davis Marvin Gillman, N I
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I Levey. Harvcj Lozman. Robert
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ol i!m- Beth David Coral Waj
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Preparations
Underway For
Beth Am Fete
Mr. and Mrs. Allx-rt B. Ltnrlne
entertained members of the Carpi
of Patron-Hosts for the Temple
Belli Am Israel Dinner of State
;it a reception at their home on Ri-
vieAl Drive. Coral Gables. Plans
were completed for the dinner on
behalf of Israel Bonds to In- held
at the KonUlnebleau Hotel Satur-
day, May 3.
Gordon And Slack
Am \\ ill have .
I.d iU..u ,,
(>.!, Co
rV.qe 7-A
T> mpli B. th Am \wll have Jai k
I' Ua.ion .,,.! r,.,l ilat-K, form.i
members i the Dade *Count>
Hoard ..I Public Uwtructlon, as
Beth Am Speakers
ance agi ncj and vi .,
..,..
was ;i men Dade C
Hoard ol Pi,Mi, [i struction 1967-
i ttonal breakfast at 10 a.m. Sunday. Board 1968-1 N
Mi Gordon, uh

Mr. L'vrnr, a Trustee of Beth
Am who is active in behalf of
man) *i% i* and communal raiiin
u ilhierve as chairman of the Corps
of Hosts. Bernard Goodman, a | msn. honewy ihaiWnan.
lynsndc !> a.ler in man. areu of I The annual dinner will lie a
Jewish life who-serves as treasurer event with music for dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Levine and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Goodman discuss plans for the annual Temple Beth Am-
Israel Dinner of State, to take place on Saturday evening.
May 3. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ion, who has lived in
Dadi Co intj since 1940, is a well-
known banker, in addition to serv-
ing on Datfa County's lioard of
Public Instruction for eight years.
be has s. rved on state and national
boards, H< currently is consultant
for the is. state Department and
the United Nations on housing fi-
nancing, with special emphasis on
Latin Arm rica and Africa,
gala
and
i Trnple Beth Am,
(imnei chairman
will serve as
l>n ;iiis i>crasion Alan B Reta-
il i a nationally promirx nt leadi i
I Reform Judaism who is j^ist
li lident Ol Temple Beth Am. will
honored He will be the recip-
! nt of the Jerusalem I.ilxration
Award.
Headim: preparations for the
Inner, in addition to Mr. Levine
: Mi (Jowlman. are Rabbi H> i-
bi it M Hniimeant. spiritual lea,I. r
l Temple Beth Am: David J.
I ight, distinRuishe,! Temple and
, ommunal leader and a Cold, n
Trustee ot Israel; George Malm.
aMent of the Temple; and Dr.
Maxwell Dauer, Herman Peldman,
l.onatd Luria and Robert New-
tanrtng pm\inv Al Wrtner orchestra, Mr. Good-
man said.
Heading the entertainment por-
tion of the program will \- Joej
Russi II, who has staired in numer-
ous nightclubs and hot is through-
out the country and has appi Bred
in Stage shows with leailini; show
business personalities as Victor
Borgc and Arthur Godfrey He is
a popular master ol ceremonies
and is widek known for his humor.
An accomplished master of to-
day's fast-paced comedy routines,
Russell also is an accomplished \o-
, alist He presents ., combined rep-
ertoire ol wit and music to achieve
an outstanding performance winch
has been hailed bj critics and the
public.
Adult Education Registration Open
Registration Is now open from duty from 7 to l<) p.m, Mondaj
2-00-9:30 pjn. Monday through through Friday to aid students
Friday for the spring trimester ,>' with any academic problem they
the Miami Senior High Adult Ed- may have. Diagnostic tests are
neathm Center, 2450 SW Is: St., also available to help place adults
for night classes to begin Monday.'in the proper subject area and
April L'. through winch adults m.is level.
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Friday, April 21
Administration Is Irked By Jewish
Protest Over Middle East Policy
the t'i Ited Stati i merged as the
,i Israel "al the verj
attacks were \*-mx
liion
when
1 IIIV
madi by the bit rest
tins! tin ii U id fai i
Kirten
1969
<( oatlaosd from Pac* 1-A)
the course of the cun i
v with the Soviet Union, Brit-
Fianci the ottk i d.
rations such as havi been
i said to reflect a pre-
mature judgment" and a "pri ju-
i prior Judgement" that I i -
attribut) motives of honest}
h of resolve to Ameri-
, leaders. U.S. authorities took
i xception to the argument that
then is no real danger ol war in
the Middle Hast. The officials said
the U.S. assessment indicated a
Hive Soviet naval buildup in
the Mi diterranean, an escalation
Ol border conflict between Israel
and the Arabs, and an obviously
increased danger of general war.
They cited the weekend statement
bj former Prime Minister David
BetvGurion of Israel which urged
action on a ixace settlement.
warning, "We may be on the brink
i rv w war."
White I'. S. leadership on the
Flagler Schooling
Races Open Season
Friday's schooling races are the
first of three pre-season sessions
at Isadora Hechfs greyhound
- wplao Schooling of an inter-
national cast of sharp greyhounds
will continue Monday, April 28
and Thursday. May 1. with run-
[rom .'>-' kennels trying to
make their grades.
Admission and parking are free
for the non-betting schooling per-
(|iicstion al Bic PSOT talks was
being "mallgaed," officials saM.
the l .8, delegate t" the talks
fought ami defeated a "Meclara-
tion ol intent" idea pushed liy
I -'ranee fiat Jeopardised Israeli
interests. The French proposed
that the I oar Towers draft the
declaration specifying wh.it Is-
rael. Bgypt and Jordan intend to
do ill the iiii|deiiientation of the
Nov. t, l!H>7 I '.X. Security
Council resolution, and send it
to the Mideast states through
Judge Barad To
Head 1970 Parley
The North American Judges As-
sociation, a national organization
of Judges serving courts of limited
jurisdiction, will hold a convention
Nov. S Nov. 13, 1970. in the Eden
Roe Hotel. More than 500 judges
and their wives, representing every
state in the nation, are expected
to attend the convention, winch
will deal with topics such as traffic
safety, alcoholism, drugs and nar-
cotics, jail reform, selection and
tenure of the judiciary.
Judge Frederick N Barad, who
has been judge of the M. tropolitatl
Court of Dadc County since 1999,
has been appointed chairman of
the convention. He is the first
Florida judge elected to the na-
tional organization's board of di-
rectors. A member of the Rules
Committee of the Florida Bar,
which is presently engaged in the
preparation of uniform rules of
practice and procedure lor traffic
Dr. Comsat v. tarrtag, < v '"
\\. for their separate signa-
tures. The proposal was shelve*.
The United states objected to -
. pi in that it provided an
, v-asion for th< Arabs ol I ii obli-
gation i" make a real i- ao
i< t Union and France di i
ed thai th. declaration begin with
an Israeli pli dge to withdraw
United Stati i and Britain Insisted
thai it star! with an Arab pledge
to recognize Israeli sovereignty.
Prance and Russia insisted thai
the declaration state Israels in-
tention to ."withdraw from the ter-
ritories occupied in the 1967 wai
I But the United States and Britain
insisted that the declaration state
Israel's intent to withdraw "to K
cure and recognized boundaries."
U.S. authorities said the Ameri-
can struggle at the Big Four talks
was in complete conformity with
the commitment to Israel thai
withdrawal should Ik- to new. .Ii -
fenaible and just boundaries and
should take place only after the
boundaries have been negotiated.
Officials here said that Britain
steered a middle course. They said
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Headlining the summer schedule
of Flagler Kenru l Club, meeting
May 5 Sept. 2, is the ninth run-
the annual $100,000 Inter-
national ("lassie, the world's rich-
est pi > hound ra rot.
..-. k al Isadoii Hocht's
U I i 1 11
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i i 7 16 mile
ihe '.,.i',' rai Is
double thai "i previous years. The
semifinals I i taki
d for the fol-
low .- Mas- 17. and lh<
in will e crow n< d May 21
y .- for the Into r-
n Jum 18 and
at terfinals arc slab d
: ii 28 and July 2.
ats on July 5, J
I .1 ily 1_' will determine which
.t runners will start in the
final Saturday. July 19.
Flagler'i newest betting gim-
this season is the Big Per-
fecta, wagered on the last two
races of each racing card.
the court's Traffic School Commit-
tee and was instrumental In estab-
lishing the Driver Clinic conduct! d
jointly by the School B ard, Dade
County Optometric Association
and the Metropolitan Court. He
served as chairman of the Work
Furlough Committee of the Met-
ropolitan Court, where he was in-
strumental in establishing us
Work Furlough Program.
Workmen's Circle
Slates Speakers
Benjamin Kaplan, former vice
president of the International La-
dies Garment Workers Union, \" id
ix- guest speaker at the May Daj
celebration of the Workmen's Cir-
cle. The event will take place at
k p.m. Wednesday at 29 Washing-
ton Avc Miami Beach.
Max Gleiberman, chairman of
the event, announces that othei
speakers will ix' Samuel Weiner of
the Greater Miami Jewish Social-
ist Farband, Isidor Cohen from I
Jewish Branches of the Work-
men's Circle, and Max Greenbrrs.
on behalf of the English-speak
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Friday. April 25
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
4Ye Shall Be Holy'-

RABBI SOLOMON SCIIIKF.
Omgi-fgutton BMt F.I
The Torah rcadinr; of "Kedo-
shini" concerns itself with the
theme of holiness. "Ye shall be
holy for I the
I-orti your God
am holy."
One of the
Steps of achiev-
ing holiness fol-
lows: "Thou
shalt rebuke
thy neiu'hlx.i "
We are told to
admonish o U r
neighbor when
we see him go-
ing alone in the
Rabbi Schill WTOng direction.
This is not an option but a man-
datory requirement. The sages tell
us you must rebuke him even one
hundred times it rn eesaary.
In our age which is ruled bj
such expressions as, "Mind your
ow Imsin, ss." and "To each his
own." this whole subject would
- m rather archaic. And yet how
> it is todaj as never be-
fore!
Are the forces ol greed, s< Ifish-
ii' ss. prejudice and hate any less
today than before? Arc these not
ihe things that the Tor.ih speaks
of, when telling our forefathers to
rebuke their neighbors? Was tins
)"I the driving force Of Amos.
.iIkhii whom we read this Sab-
i ath?
a Dos leaves Ihe comfort and se-
curity of his home and admonishes
his neighbors for their lack ol
morality and sincerity. Their rit-
uals are meaningless, he teaches
their, unless the> are accompanied
b} social Justice and acts of kinil-
n< ss
s irely the response which Amos
received was similar to the indif-
ference ami belligerence which is
manifest in our times. And yet
through his repeated admonitions
and through the admonitions of
the prophets throughout the ages,
mankind has finally had the moral
! code branded upon its collectue
conscience. If he does not yet act
! in accordance with that code, man
' at least is conscious of the code
and realizes his shortcomings.
We must, therefore, speak out
I on wrongdoings wherever they are
! manifest, and not be discouraged
' when our words seem to fall on
deaf ears.
Only by speaking out against
such evils as hatred, greed, preju-
dice and the like, can we bring ful-
fillment to |irophetic Jnd.usm and
1 bring substance to the instruction.
"And ye shall be Holy."
Dade Students Win
Heart Association
Scholarship Awards
Right Hade high school students
have won research scholarship of
S300 each from the Heart Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. Fred Woea-
sner Jr., Ph.D.. chairman of its
"Young Scientist Commit tee." has
announced. The students will do
experimental rrsrarth in their
field of scientific interest under
the guidance of an established re-
search Investigator, Dr. Wormier,
an associate professor "i Biochem-
istry at the University of Miami
and an Investigator at the Howard
Hughes Medical Institute, ex-
plained
The eight winners, who w,re
nicked from among 65 top Dade
and Monroe County high Mhool
applicants, and their schools are:
Norman Burger, Miami !' ach
Senior High: Abilk) Coello Jr.,
Coral Gables High: Michael Henry
Gokel, Miami Springs High; Dale
K. Mathis. Hialeah Senior High;
Wayne Pickard. Miami Springs
Senior High; Rose Shalom. Miami
Beach Senior High; Paul J. Stein-
hardt, Coral Cables High, and
Brian Winchester. Miami Killian
High
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
% r
By RABBI SAMFFX J. FOX
I It proper to pBJMBasc a hnr-
1*1 plot lor oncaell while one ii
still alive?
The case of the Patriarch Abra-
ham is used as a basis for claiming
that this is a good thing to do. The
Weal seems to be that a person
should be buried in his own grave."
Obviously, if he buys a grave while
he is still alive, it is most certain
that the resting place will have
been one that he himself desired to
have. From a practical point of
view, this procedure certainly pre-
vents a great dcnl of confusion on
the part of the heirs when death
finally takes place.
W'li> tin many prefer tit be
hurled in Israel?
The Talmud writes. "Whoever is
buried in Israel is considered as
having been burled under the al-
tar (Ketuvot lila.*
The rabbis feel that being buried
in Israel is a means of forgiveness
for whatever sins the deceased
may haw committed during ins
lifetime, They claim that Jerusa-
lem in the land of Israel is the
gateway to heaven from whence
forgiveness comes. The altar of
heaven is considered a source of
Divine forgiveness, just as the al-
tar upon earth when' man used to
bring sacrifices in the days of the
Temple w.is consMered a source ol
forgiveness fui the sacrifice ol
' men.
Some have considered being bur-
ied in Israel like eiiining home. .
Coming home was always consid-
ered like being forgiven. The mys-
tics luithei claim that in the days
of the Messiah all the deceased
will have to be brought to the land
Iof Israel irom wherever they were
buri.il. The movement of the de-
ceased is regarded as a source of
thdre

The High Priesl on the Day of Atonement choo>
a goat and scapegoal
"And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats ,,
the ixtrd and the other lot (or Azaasi" lLav, 16:8
AHAP.K After the death of Aaron's two son*, (i .
Moses: "Speak unto Aaron thy brother, that he com.
times into the holy place within the veil before the ,.,, ,.
which is upon the ark: that he die not; for I appt
cloud upon the ark-cover" (LevUkBUi lfi 21.
Only on the Da> Of Atonement, "the tenth day
enth month" may Aaron enter the Holy of Holi. s. ent
alone, to "make atonement for the holy place. I--,-. ,
uncleannesses of the children of Israel
Aaron was to bring a bullock as a sin-offetie-
is | hurnt-offering He was to eeept from the rJ
Israel two he-goats for uln-offertns. and ram Ibi
offering. One of the goats was t.. be chosen by lot
offering to <>*!: th. other w is t., be dispel hed 1
(to Asaxell, a mm;. trying Ihe lira ol Ihi |
Israel.
The portion enumerate* the I rws prohibiting tin
of Mood It concludes with regulations pertamlni
monilit)
This recounHofl of tha W**kry Prnn of tha Law It extracted
nd based upon "Th* Graphic History of th* Jewish HerMaga,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publlshor is Shenqoid and ha
volume is available t 27 William St., Now York 5. NY Pr*sidm
of the soeioty dittributirvg tbo volumo It Jotoph Schl.ng
pain and travail. Being already
buried in Israel would thus I* a
means of preventing this strain
upon the soul of the deceased
Wfcj is it forltiililen to i arry
things on the Sabbath?
The rabbis deduce this from the
liihlical restriction which says,
"Let no man go out of his place
on the Seventh Day" (Rxodus
16 29). Tins law. of course, applies
only to those things which would
be carried in order to l- trans-
ported front place to place This
Would exclude items like clothes
and ornaments which are worn in-
stead of being carried
Generally speaking, what is pro-
hibited is the carrying ol an object"
from one domain to another For

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MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9*5 SW 67th Ave Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative C.intor Sol Pakowitz- 2

BETH AM (TIMPLI) '.,950 N Ken.
dall Dr S Mac, Reform Rabhi
Herbert B.iuii'.qard. Cantor Michael
Kvrr. 3
BETH DAVID ?626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi So' Land.iu
Cantor William W Lipson. 4
t ii in .mil ;i |> n i,
M u- Snhlm ll |.||i
. ill jtlvi Siitui
Kill Mitxvnli
IIS Mr- lire
' E.....iti uni i Mimhi
o
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schitf. S
i ) p.n .-.11urdaj in Sei
' Hi 'llln mi n's ( Holtn, --
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
J 1 .', |l m S;ituril;i> *'. :, iti
Sermon A I i.....'ran In the MI1MI1
I :.i -i '." |i in The Pitrtliin f l..i>'
~ p in Rermoti "After I aili

BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hmkei 8
Krlda) 1:15 p m ftertnu Itirael. In
ill |ii nrlanee I la} eVtlmi -t h)
v j ,,l-. i hi. i RflNbtrai !i .vii
Mi> Taik
BNAI SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 275 NW
199th St Conservative Rabbi Abra-
ham Caiael. 9
ISRAEL (TEMPLti Or GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot 10
I d K:l& p in Kern..... I'
1'iimtiuUnl .i-wi-h i'',rn'iti. 11 11 > i-i
.) nh I iii m (urt- "
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drann Cantor Nathan Parnats. 11
i' ''i i) i i1 in Baturdaj i ., m
i i ';. i :\
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glm-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
' Man MUbi iti \m\
Mm l.vu Silvi-i Kiilui
!.i\ I ., in
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Comervative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. ^
ij I'. |i in i !ui Sp. ... ii ..
rl Aviln :...
v-l.,|.m.iiis in i
TIFERETH JACOt, (TEMPLE) 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. i5
> v i' in i ;u. -i S(x iiki i vi.--
sukht i: -. iima i hi vn lu.
.luil.i,-.,!,- Topli h,.l. | n,|, I,,-, |i>(l|.
Inweil bj .....t Khabbal in himnr ol
l:u--.l i;,.i,r- t'.-,r Mltsvah Salurda]
' (i in Itai Mitiv .ill Rot : i, ,.'f
Mm ahlrlej (Sold
2ION (TEMPLE). MOO Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
man. 16

MIAMI BEACH
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E K.rshblum Cantor ZV1
*"*ill*r. .
Friday 'lo |. ni Annual InntalUtlnn
"1 i >ffir< i Rarorrla) S :n a ni \ I I'
Rahhath Sermon r .-. K,vv|u.
tlunarj l :w for Id IIkI
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pnelree
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S.
s iturdaj> I u m Hai Mlln '
Kluarl n ol .Mr ..ml Mm All >
Rharrateln
Gross.
25
J*CB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington AV
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel ja
KNESETH ISRAEL 1-.-5 Eudd Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrdeld
Cantor Abraham S- I 27
. |
I
MENORAH (TEMPLE' 6.-0 7',th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram.
ow.tz Cantor Niro Feldman. -g
I til I M
, I I .'i
'" S-iluril i)
All x
I:. .
NER TAMtO (TEMPLE) 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
RaDlii Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE .-2nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgaley 37
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naiunln) 11
*>.....' Mr 1 v ;.,!,( Ixmi
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
M
ward Klein
29
CANDLELIGHriNG TIME
7 IYAR 6:30
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthdox. Rabbi Isaac Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th it. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. ,8
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir.
aky Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE) 154.,
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4*44
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviler 21
efjdaj i. in e>, 1 ,,.,, j ,.1V .,
All 1-1:,, 1 |tam .-l 11. rnre tin i ,,i
Si, 1111. la > I I ., n. I Ihi Mltxvafl All-
<1r. -,,11 ,.f vtr ami .Vh
I trucker; Jeffn >. .-,. ,.r ,vi, Ml
Nntnioi piekenn
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bomta Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas Weber.
. man- jo
erlilnj III |i m Suie.l.,, ,. ,
-'in v hai It Tun.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
C<2ri^REGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
4 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. ~2
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N0TH MIAMI BfACH
AAJMmESHU^*N TEMPLE) 1025
N E Miam, Gardens Or,v, Con.
Lantor Tibor Moses.
BAv? ^n9.^^ S"* St 11"
..V. C8.n,rive. Rabbi Max Lio-
..eh.ta Cantor Jacob Ren,., U ?.
I-L"; '-n,'r,ve. Rabbi Ma
SChiU Cantor Jacob R.naer 54
Mi Abraham fin i... '
and Mm Milton i
Ml ai .t Mm i,.-,iik, 1
BETW M.0rtHEuCONOREOATION.
ftYhh *,. DJM- Hw' Conservativo.
Rabb, David Rownfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. jj
' ii-.i ,1 9 1
I... 1 11
VmL,'NS, ISR*EL# or HEATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171.1 SI OrthOd".
Rabbi Naftali Porus^ 39

CORAL CABIE5
JV*,KA 'TEMpl-E. 5.00 Cranad.
Blvd. Reform R,bb, Morn. Kp
''meat ,.4
I.I,.
/ .... .
ItntW ai.l 1 me a
'con0."* ',TEMPL*E' 44 2,n,or, Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berg,r
41
FT. IAU0IRDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 547 F
EdwaTd", Pc'r\ BlVd ""' *"'"
tdwards Cantor Maurice Neu
' ltarry liar Mltsvah
EMANU-EL. 180? S Andrew. Av.
cIItVaT .Rabh' R,chlr<' *TOvea
Cantor Jerome Kltment. j
e\ani}ile, this 1 it' rs I
1I1 h t I rum a pi i\*ati
public domain or v..
rarrybifj something
tame of tour List"
Lomain, since r>ach t" : i
public iliiniaiti i> cot 1
1 itui y In its. If
( e lie! ally s|x .ikil .
bidden i" change th*
uiif cl 11. create
tli.it objecH ,,n Hi, s
Includes lioth a state of bei
change in an obiect t;
ol rn'inj; ra* to a stati
iHik. il as vvi-ll .is .. lat
ti.n Doing such .. '
more or less, be liW< ..
.iihI purposeful art. which .-
bKiilen on the Sabbath.
NA1UNDALI
HALLANDALE JEWISH CE""E8
12S N E Fir.t A Nourwooo
BETH EL (TEMPLE) S 14'- Avt
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe 5
p.ni Sen
1 Sal u-
1 m Itai Mitiv .' v
i nan) J K
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE
Monroe St Conse'vi* .* ire
Morton Malavsky. Cantor "1
Gold *
SINAI .TEMPLEi 120' Johni St.
Conservative Rabfn Di 1 !
Cantor Yehudah rlailbr.un W
MMAMAR
ISRAEL 1TEMPLE1. 3VC S .-. Mm
.'. '. Conservative
FOMFANO BIACH
SHOLOM ,TEMPLE' IS? SI
Conservative. Rabbi Mc
Cantor Michael Frede' -
!' ula i |. mi s.
!-' I l;.:i. 1
Pi
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Friday. Apnl
U. S. Groups A re Supporting El Fa tah
-* MM
i (ContiniH'd from l'a> 1-A)
\1>I. said YotlMl AgalDll War ami
Kascism. youth arm <>f the pro-
Peking Worken World Party; the
nmittee to Support Middle East
i.iU'iation. an element of the
Youth Againsl War and Fascism;
and the i.s. Committee t<> Aid
the National Liberation Front, ili'-
SC1 ibttl as a pro-Viet Conj; gro .;'
Th< latt.r picketed the is Mil-
lion to the United Nations on Feb.
lf> in support of El Fatah. Other
extremisl supporters of Kl Fatah,
th' ADL said, include: the pie
Peking ProKi'essi\e Labor Party,
formed in the early 1960s by Com-
munist Party dissidents and the
Military Labor Forum, an arm of
the Trotsk>ite Socialist Workers
Party
There have been recent indica-
tions. Mr. Forster said, that Stu-
dents for a Democratic Society.
iSDS), strongest of the student
New Left organizations, may be ,
moving toward "acceptance of old- '
line, anti-Zionist Arab propagan- ,
da. overlaid with support for the ;
neu Third World versus eoloniial-
ism line of Arab revolutionaries -
ami toward a pro-Fl Fatah posi- .
tion "
He said that far left elements
"view Israel and the Western 'im- :
perialist' countries, especially the
United States, as forces op|>osing
the -fforts of the Third World"
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i i I.- l nivcrsit) of < allforasBi
la mil id- IA i i reint of the
population to he tocall) free of
.tjit i ----init n- sltrtol>|iii vteWS
and '.i x\ mart the d.serial ion
> "ronststewl opponents of aati-
Scmitisiii."
The results ol the stud.. which
19 x wi re made p i
at the Al 'I. ; alley h re by its i a-
tional chairman Dore Schary, who
warned that a| at i- was more dan-
gerous than ov.it anti-Semitic
i.uti.- s. which wire found to be
low I sa rl. how \- r thai I '
findings i n the who!" constitute a
dangi i signal' to J>s and to
.ill Ami rii ans.
According to Dr. Charles V
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C..... Its were basi I 11
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Friday. April 25. 1969
+Jewistirk>rkRan
Jews Honor
Victims Of
Holocaust
(( MtllNied from I'm fir 1-A)
i i h> added, many of those
I, wen Making haven in
hi countries. Even now. ho as-
tcti Jews have not trienl to
irn thr ICMOM of the holocaust.
[>. | uty Prime Minister YiksI
Ion told n mi morial meeting in
SI inn Vutfitorium in Tel Aviv
,t e Irtldn was that Jewa
m mist no one but ourselves"
I tti.it "we have learned we have
tx v,, strong that othen ihould
i | ,ty its." Prof R'ltx-it Wait/.
pot of the Hemotologica] In-
luL at jJirashourj: University,
I former pre side nt of the Inter-
tiarml i'os:m>tfcs of Auschwitz
Irnounccd the Polish
Mtri for" 'trying t" erase
the I <>!' ill .! u :.(i
:; t< in the >li Qggli against
ill tnU ;i iiHM'tiiic ot the la-
.irli \ih utivt'l the- Wurl.l-leu-
h fUUgllBl in Til A\i\ that
'ii Iruish nHni '.us. mil/ stf, \y.o> a|M'in-<| It li-
lt anj .li-Wfcn' refnreaeatatl%ea
re-seet ami WaS liosi-d iluwn
uht iia^s later. The- rootenta t
u- li ,11 ui n- <> I il anil ar-
Ulged, hr sii<|, that the- part
tSJflBd liy I'olUh Jews in the-
i itl-Nayu uuili-ruruunil was \lr-
nall> rlfrtrlnatAf.
ml Wait/ said that h< hal re-
in Invitattan to th- Ausch-
opening ceremoniej just three
before thr went, although
luthoriUes knew that it take*
i-t a month to obtain a Po-
i Hi said it was obvioui
the organtsars of the cere-
intended that no Jew-, would
sent
Page 13-A
Al
soi
Continued from Pago 4 A
faith of thoso who deny that the
S riets an' now trying to build a
itrike capability. Bui I have
come to tin- opposite conclusion
after thr most careful mm. w ol
all the data Including much data
very n o ntly acquired which is
I : haps nut ui di rstood by the
opponents of ABM deploynn nl
Single S(rokp
! Sommy Davis Jr. To
Entertoin Israel Troops
V< IRK iWNSl Sammy
'f. the N.'cro entertaii er
nverted to Judaism will
isit ::! in July tn pel In;
l Israeli soldiers and for
ii militarj campa His at-
said Mi Inn is ri fused to
ui) payment fur ]- i |
i quoted him ai -
l come to my h< u
n'1 tourage will include 14 other
bntiee.
"We an talking here, pleaai
mber, sbout a potential So-
viet capability to destroy this na-
tion at a tingle stroke I do not
think the present Soviet tuvirn-
miTit has tin- actual intention of
using thai capability, 11 and when
they are permitti d in attain it
Hut I can give no guat u and
no one else ran posslblj givi any
irantee to m it
difft renl rt ol s.i\ ii t ...,, .-n-
tni tit coming i vvfmn th.
in \t four yi
' With th.. present S*
I hone ti :. i
a '"! field ol |>rjbl< irsi at i fair-
arly dati B it n> ami hik I
m ild bi : ct in m; luty
nil ally den I. in trui f 11
stood Idly by. li aving undoni the
II ngs thai i ii isilj bfl I we,
while a potentially hostili pow i
i. iiiri d the future capabj ..f
destroying our country in one
strike "
Coming from the President
59?.. NO!
60?.. YES!
THE FIRST NATtOSAL BASK
if
B^'hiarturl-JifKh
HAS A FREE
Checking Account
FOR YOU!
NO MINIMUM BAIAMCI
NO StIVICI CMAIGE
MONTHLY
THE FIRST NATTOSAL BANK
if
Bq.'Hartxir'kknds
lSOC let dieter Inner 111 Maro.i UUd-
lalt e >r Cent Juiif Mt Ml
MORIIS N MOtC
Ckurmjri me Prt.idenl
himself, these are arguments that
rannot easily in- answered ex-
capl perhaps to the satisfaction
of thr Students for a Democratic
Society. Ami the point is that
th< se are fust the son ol things
Pit sklent Nixon can now b. k
Pected to say. with maximum
publicity and probably on nation-
wide t. i. vision, before the ABM
di bate reaches its climax
Naio Ministers
Just which line of attack the
President w ill choose is. ol course,
a White rlouai secret. Bui two
thitiKK an' not secret The NATO

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foreign ministers Included nearly
th. same proportion of doubters
ol thi ABM as the is Senate.
The President's long, informal
meeting with the foreign minis-
ters was mainly concerned with
this topic, and Mr. Nixon's ex-
planation ui ins ABM decision
was g< m rallj aci i pti d as out-
standinglj lucid and wholly per-
tasive.
s thi first thing that is known
is thai the President can make a
powerful case for his ABM de-
cision, whenever hi- chooses to do
so, And the second thing known
i- that he has already made that
,-. ^ ^........
choice. Th<- question at the White
House now is not whether the
President will intervene in the
ABM debate; the question, rath-
er, is when to intervene.
For tin future, moreover, this
is a matter of vi-ry great im-
pot tance. At a leader, President
Johnson's great weakness was
that he always lefl his oppont nt*
tn take the offensive, whereas
putting the opposition on the de-
fensive is one nf the PresidV
strongest prerogatives. Mr. Nix-
on aims to exploit that pn
live.
Copyright. I960. Los Angeles Time*
It's only 3 minutes to you, but she'll talk about it for a week.
That's one of the reasons long distance calls feel so good.


r
Page 14-A
*.h msl fkridlltr
Friday. April 25 1969
Between You and Me:
Bv BORIS SMOIAR
New Techniques Record A
fHE history ol a nation s
Hi. nation's Lifeline The an-
cient history ol the Jewish people
has been the strength which k
Jews of .ill generations and in all
parts of the world alive while
other nations c ased to exist The
pi : recording i>f Amctican Jew-
ish history is, therefore, a matt
of great importance not onlj for our pres nei -
ti>n but also for the great gran I our
generation, aa well as to their fellow Americans
Unfortunately, the recollections \
Jews during the 70 crucial years sir 1900 when
lews developed from poor In nts I
active 'n all spheres ol American life ire rapid!)
hading. There are stiil Jwa wh nembei whi n thej
Came to this country as ii ring from
persecution in Czarist Russia and from unbearable
life in other countries in Eusopi Pv re
Jews who can remember the rise of thi newcom -
tn American society. However they are aH old men
and women. Their first-hand testimony on Jewish
life in American would keep a window on the Jew-
Mi past open for posterity, if only prop i > record-
ad.
The same is also true with regard to Jew sh
personalities who during the list seven decades
played an Important role In the formation of Am
can Jewish life and in leading it to what it Is to-
day, as public figures, writers, philanthropists and
social innovators. True, we know quite a good d
about such people as Jacob Schiff, Rabbi Stephen
S Wise Louis Mar-hall. Bcnj miin Cardozo, Felix
Warburg, Julius RosenwaW, Louis Brandeis
lei Gompcrs. But what do we know of the
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Success with ^ oulh
W i-iiin.
pis' \i!( ii i xpi rts thi i'i
* States Ol
rched in Israel for an answ r to
Amerie l's hi] ;
youth, Thej found thai Israel h
. but it thai
.n I- gap is d
Tli' i of the U S office ol e lucati >n
comm stud) ol I-;' ie!i >
inizattons b) Joseph W Eaton of the University of
Pittsburgh His toi was Mich el Chen ol
Avi\ L'niversit) and Szold Ins! I : Behn\
rices.
The researchers sought to discover how the > tuth
culture of Israel is influenced The r.s Government
wanted to know how to get young people to Ident :>
with Ihe core ideals of the parental generation through
youth organizations. Can cherished social commitments
! transmitted from one generation to another? Why
do Israeli youths proudly accept military service while
young Americans say. "Hell, no, wc wont go?"
In pursuing the secret of Israeli success in turnim:
adolescents into adults, the researchers found that Israel
is succeeding despite some unfortunate aspects of Israeli
life. Accordinc to the study, 'mast Israeli institutions
are responsive to 'protexia,' the expection that offue
holders in performing their job give some weight to
party politics, religious! outlook, kinship, and friendship."
Who do you know?" competes with "What do you
know?'' When it comes to "speeding up the process of
getting a driveer's license or the determination ol pro-
motion of personnel in government and Industry." it
was reported.
However, personal pull and family influence are
orouarj suppressed" in the Israeli army A strong
merit system !a enforced. Able young people from under-
privileged backgrounds who lack "contacts" gel their
chance. Also, "over-protected middleclass youngsters ol
lesser abtlttj learn to confront themselves realistically."
The Israeli army will not draft severely delinquent,
ill) mala i. disabled j
sters But whi n the milil
such tative pur-
la! lention and conditioning
under >i;i- nil tar) :' !--... inces I "ourt-
marti iU an fi w \\\ '< ILS an mon oftei i
brought bask to camp > their own offic rs Thi fl
tion more like social workei s th tar an
manders Ab >ut ot rtii ol the sped J trail
up doing well in the service Another third complete
their period of service but remain marginal. The ren
big third cannot adjust and are discharged
Isr.ieii parents wan found to be more liberal in lett-
ing teenagers (level >p self-confidence and autonomy In
youth groups. The American mothers of the yenla" and
"yochna" categories would lie horrified at the freedoms
permitted young Israelis. Teenaee boys and girls go on
three day hikes in the Negev desert sleeping under the
desert stars, without adult chaperonc*.
ni.ui> others who shaped Jewish life in America in
various fields ol endeavor? What do we know '
Jewish ideologists, theoreticans and writers such as
Profess r Chaim Zhttlowaki. Dr, Nachman Syrkln.
and nthei men ol great Intellect who exercised a
>us influence on Jewish life in tins country
onl) about 80 ye ago? What do we know of the
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Egyptians, Israelis in
Direct Negotiations
ilH
I st. Is
AIFA A face to face con-
frontation between represen-
of Israel and represents-
lives ol the Arab states, without
intermediaries, and with free and
open negotiations bctwT n th-ni
Tin-- Is what Israel has been seek-
ing a- ihe only way out of the
political dilemma in the Middle
uch a solution p issiblc?
At a time when saboteurs continue to cross
the Jordan River and shots are fired periodicall)
over Ihe Suez Canal, it may i>o difficult to realize
not only that such a confrontatl :i is possible, but
thai one actually t tok place not \ rj long ago
The stor) a told in th" columns of "The Is-
Si i.nan." monthi) bulletin of the Israel s
n's Union, published lure in Haifa S. ond
M h n si M ite Y( a\ Sei I thi
haul ship "Rahel." -; i I Ihi ':th his
III '. !:
When ihe Rahel' tied up at thi' dock in Ihe
ihe I-' found thai
: tly all mgsi I in I g) ; Inn
5t.tr of As ro
pro!
ihe two ships i
Si d b) cui iositj
lit i ihe
I. To their ll .
nd in their dii ect
I I in faci
Thi

in
It
nducl On I
Hits n Hi brew n lit
the merchandise and the win-1 On I
other side were expressions I K rjd
sultation in Ai ibii to how i
Altr >ugh there was im| : i ,, |n
Ihe national identity ol a'eh of th >,
side gave any overt sign ol recognition O erh ad
Ihe flags ol Israel and ol Kgypt
Bremen breeze, in close proximit) lo i eh oth r
Full agreement was reached This time h was
noi a pence treaty, but one Kgvptiun u ,. i d
d hands at the sale price ol iwo marks
Presumably it eventual!) found lt w iv ini ,
>ne of the several little shops in Haifa where
sailors dispose of their overseas acquisitions and
Haifa .-it,/, ns have their ch >io from the i x
markets of the wot id.

P
Panorama:
earing World
editors of the nuni.....us Jewish Rail) IK*v p
.md magazines thai appeared m the Uniti I Si
can in- the last 80 yea I who hke Abi ha K
left their mark on Jiwhdl mass,-. ,| ,,
To keep American Jewish historj i
only briefly In textbooks, but fully ,< >.
nu.Hies the Amerie in Jewish Commltte<
mbarked on a new method Using rhi
cording technology, th. AJCnmmittis
ing the newest methods "t preaervati m
oral history Immort illzed by me
and vktcol .
Thus documented Jewish hstto >
electronic age Elderly .lews men as .,
men will now >w- Interviewed and
n iti the.i experiences ol the earl)
arrival In Ihe United states Th. \ i
the pogroms in Russia whk h
come lo this country They will talk .. i,
il life and customs in their yout
country" as compatcd with tradltioi
,n this country Thej w 11 recollect
possible th trials and tribulations .
>n. through In this country and
ment ol securing proper education ,.., ..
ren. Then wl iw the "pTsonal to
dories which --vi11 mike th. ir mntei
nan not onh ( historic
Our Him Folk:

by HERBERT G. IUFT
\\ here Eagles Dare
J Kin (iKRMHWlN
, nple
who enjoyed notaI
I '
:!.
.. i|Uili | reti ntio
World War II
lured
\

.; a. In spiti
I ..
Ii
i
\
I
SI
tun- nd corny StS Mi
.
Ni sbitl ml 1-' rd) \l i) m u il l-fash r* ch
i nee th Prus in elan hen em
and ~t ihlish i happy m< Ihin thi
rum sou btondi maiden c ilk i H Ii
: o| i .v ince; the \. Allies win the War lngi.d I'itt ., Gei nan nc
'''! a an \, anee Iron E ist B
non-existent performance in an unlikely part
Joseph : Levins announces reconciliation
Italian eo-producer Carlo Positl with thi I l
nl rentun "Glovanna," in which the cess
lirector V ilorki l v Slca, Mara llo M oisgu
i i

a
m
Sophia Loren -Mrs Pontii once more
Shooting schtHluled to commence on li
and Hal) iround June
By DAVIO SCHWARTZ
n ;.' ua
<
Israel And The Hair Revolution
|S, Ihi desert
; i) i,.
t i
pmeni
plants I
th- natives ,. ,s
entl) does nol work
but ii h s had aloiol :
make thi bald h,
ol tarael and their friendship is nol to be und
''"' '' .....' lhat bald hed, ,.
tltifte an ultra-intelllgenl segment of the com.
""> Ihe saying roes that there is ,. sll(.h Ihi
SS ,.s|.he,d.v| Af,,,,. Il.ll(l.ll,il(|.,i fool
w. are aitncsshig today what amounts to no
leas than a ban revolul !) \s CJalumbu-
il IWI
'. i :'{ of h i.l
In th -i b ii

was I list. H
.i-l
1 a:!! ..
.Ii
K.,r instance, il
Id I -,
hni lhat typi m whiskers
S o s ,u u,,., |on hcii lie hi
i al his stn ngth When Delilah
haircut, he lost his strength. It doesn't -
aonah'i and >. I t is <> doubt unao, 11 >''' '-
anything vivea you strengHi and that is
>ou fe| weak
1


369
25, 1969
* lewisiifhrkUar,
'(%m book mmWMm^i
rr& T Joan tfttfet ^^,
I'ORTNOVS COMPLAINT
By PHILLIP BOTH
,-.-. u*ta> I'm wearing an
.-, skirl - S i these) are the colors of
ihic Hich School, located
!, niiir .tll-.Jcwish. DOW pre-
t > NegTO, sort ion of
N -' since this is the
- which Alexander Portnoy
i>rin<>\' Complalat, by Phillip
n. Ran'lofi Ifwse. $fifO> au-
>hen

Continued from Poe 4-A
to bit i from the itudy I
it ii l< :\ tomt of the ron-
sl ) by th' admlnis-
and faculty and infused
Iculum have come
thoughts express-
of the young people
Thr Temple Israel admlnfs-
,i challenged and
hcis>' wh<' M our
mined to trans-
i M-;,. .- W< admit to this
. Iiomn ver, i w n :is
i. j are deti r-
I to I ty.-ito ,i love "f
: :i-


-
( v to
nd and

ft
i
;
M
1 ous Iron!
Ii
thor Phillip Roth and I attended,
n taems this ia th.' tw>vt time for
mo to publicly give my opinion
of Roth s book.
By now there has been much
discussion <>f the literary merits
of Roth's novel It is considered
anti-Semitic t>v tome, terribly
pornographic by other* and a
maaterpii ol literathre by still
oth.i -
Pushing aside all the protests
and proclamations is a Kx>k a
very real novel. I*hil!ip Roth has
captured in era, a locale and a
poop!.' i knew well
He has dun.' more than just
present a brilliant analysis of a
man's mind He has analyzed a
Jew Ish r-ommui itj in New Jersoj
that i- no more and will never
i- w litt But the people were
there just as they ire in Roth's
hook and : iw tins live in ;>1 ices
like the Oranges and Maplewo i
and H
' mii\ ed hen the No-
Vnd much of I
;n Portnoj 's Compl tint
... | .
*.
i
Ml
t
I
'. '.'
cmbi

-
. -

''

As ant i
i fleet :'.>
t hi
Pnne 15- A

VVi
mj m \'
I ta f m cUv
n#Woeq R etton \. ,..
ras so .!. wish il was almost
unbeli. The worst thing
thai I. myself, could h .%. done
would have been to date a "She-
-it/ i remember dating a boy
from another put of Newark and
telling my mother that i wasn't
vine whether or not he was
Jewish. When I came homo from
school one day, my mother was
waiting for me.
"You'd better Rive Charley
back his ring," my mother said
Why0' i asked.
"He's not Jewish.'' she said.
"How do vou know?" I asked
h.r.
"Because I railed up his house,
siid I wa.s taking a survey, and,
asked wh.it synagogue they at-;
tended. His mother said 'St.'
Theresa's.' "
But "-:s h"ii.'f in separation
of religions was not one-sided
i ince a friend and I went in a
diner in a small New Jersej
town for coffee (a town I later
found out was restricted), My
girlfriend was wearing a Wee-
quahic High School jacket. The
u m the same as it we had the
word "Jew stamped on our fire-
1 "1 tirty Jew s," someone
v' Hi w ,th no one trying to
1 ". or comfort us. "go
1 from. We
i ml you here!"
..... lor th Alex in-
'-. s I .
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Survey Finds Catholics
Sympathetic 16 IsfAel
(< onliiuini from Page I-A)
and have placed primary responsi-
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on Israel."
The AJCommittee findings show
that official Catholic statements
have called on both the Israelis
and Arabl to negotiate directly
with each other.
Leaders Of the National Council
of Churches, the Protestant co-
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B Johnson and former Ambassa-
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condemnation of Israel's Beirut
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tJfewisli Floridian
ami. Florida Friday, April 25. 1969
Members of the Campaign Cabinet cf the Grea.er M:ami
Jewah FecW.ons 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal
Emergency Fund campaian formulate plans for "en
rnork9^* 'T XT. WhiCH h P^ the ^000 000
mark. Shown (seated, from left) are: Leon Kaplan Federa
Z CSTf. ^ ^ Sh?het' edUOr -d Fublrsher of
iH 2 a llndian: and standing, from left): Jules
Darsky. and David P. Catsman.
Temple Ner Tamid Is
Slated For Israel Award
TWOIH Ner Tamid will he the
' Ipient of the Tower <>f David
Award tram the SI ite i I Iirai n
its llth annual banquet In the
l' tuvill Hot< I ai 6:3 > ; s m
award will nted to
: I igene Labovit. spiritual
' TV m| i stfi Tamid, ,
n i ognition ..i the i mgr.
I I ol Ism. I's ri< vclopn i fit
; I tq m consists ol i i
tonal replica t the Tower
I "avfci support i by tin
all m" In Hi tin u The cii -
i and .ii inscription
below it an ailver plated
MMI tUGlHl IAB0VIU
The tneerfptlon mub: -in acknowl-
edgement of notable participation
in the Amei lean endi avor for the
'' irth of Israel as a tower of spir-
itual renewal and strength for the
i> wish p. ople."
Th Tower ol David, for cen-
turies a prominent landmark in
''" "'' i isa m h is si od as
> s mbol ^f the strength and pi r-
ol the Jewish ople,
i to n ike the
Hion Mill be Ash. r Nairn,
- Ol .. I In Wash,'. .
[\ tor to ass pri nl Mt_
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N.iiMi obtaim .i his education at the
Hebn m L'i Iversity, n ceiving a
Master ol Jurisprudi nee degree
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ton ign opt ration ol I-i .
In the d< teloping na-
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I am il I anquel u ill b.
isioi whi re av u || be pre-
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('oh n as Ma I I "> u
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Section 3
$1.5 Million In Bonds Pledged
At 21st Anniversary Celebration
Purchases touting more than
$1.5 million in Israel bonds were
pledged this week at the 21st an-
niversary Israel Independence Dai
dinner sponsored by th.- Greater
Miami Israel Bond Ornanization
and attended by some 1.000 per-
sons,
Gawa< of honor at the dinner
was Mayor tthrparil Broad of
Ba> ll.irlior Inland*, who waK
cited for his Ufeteag servtae on
behalf of Israel.
Menachetn Meir, son of Israels
Prime Minister Golda Meir, pre-
sented the isra.i Prime Minister's
Medallion to Mr. Broad, who was
honored far his record of service
for Israel since before the State
was establish.-.!.
Lord Edwin Samuel. Viscount of
Toxteth and Mount Carmel, who
was guesi ipeaker at the .vent.
'' BcriU 1 as absolute noi
irts ol an imminent outbreak
rull-scale war in the Middle
il Lord Samuel, a leading spe-
cialist on Is,.-, 1. where he main-
tains a horn.- and has been closely
identified with the nation's growth.
said that continuing terrorist ac-
tivity against Israel Is a sign of
the frustration ol the Arabs, whose
Eoal is destroying the State ol Is-
rael.
Mr Broad, who is active in a
wide variety ol philanthropic, re-
ligious and communal causes 11
statewide chairman for bank of
the Isin.-i Bond Organization.
Among those taking part in the
program were Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man of Temple Emanu-El, Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple BethSho-
lom. Rabbi Max Upscbitz of Beth
Torah Congregation, Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz ol Temple Ner Tamid,
Dr. Aaron Kalian, executivi direc-
tor ol the Is, i, 1 Bond I h-ganiza-
tionofGn ater Miami. Cantor Nico
F. Idman. Sam Blank, Ben I s
Jacob Rifkin, David J. I.i i
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Joseph Cohen Is Ree
Emanu-El; Installation
Heeled 1?)
On Friday
J<>s|ih Cohen, Miami Roach
Utlness and religious leader who
has bo'n reelected president of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. will ho in-
stalled, together with other offi-
cers, directors and trustees, during
llie Friday evening service at the
.-ynaROEUo, 1701 Washington Avo.,
.ii> week.
Rabbi Irving Lohrman will offi-
,:ite during the 8:30 p.m. service.
ssisted by Cantor Zvi Adler and
The Temple Kmanu-Kl choir.
A past president of the Rurcau
. f Jewish Kducation of Greater
.lianii and former president of the
Jewish National Fund Council. Mr.
Cohen has played an active role in
;he Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
tion and the Hebrew Academv of
Oholei Torah Sets
Day Camp Opening
The Oholei Torah Day School of
ireater Miami will open its Slim-
ier Day Camp for the season
"une 16. with two four-week ses-
'Ions scheduled to run through
Lug*. 8, Menashe Hirsch president
i the school, has announced.
The Summer Day Camp, locati d
t 1344 Washington .\\- Mi
leach, has extensive athletic faeil-
ties, and -v Imming
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South 1 and
oints of inl
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Greater Miami.
Samuel N. Friedlaml. a past
president, will take office as chair-
man of the board of directors.
Other officers to bo installed in-
clude Max Roderman. Mayer H.
Frankel. Joseph If. I.ipton. Joseph
M. Rose and Harry Sirkin. past
[presidents; Col. Jacob M. Arvcv
Rornard I. Binder. Jack Carner.
Nathan H. Darsky. I>r Stanley
Fabling. Charles Fruchtman and
i Harry Pearlman. honorary vice
'presidents: Judge Irving Cypen.
I Samuel J. Halperin, Harry Mill-
! man. A. J. Molasky. Emit Morton.
' Alexander Muss. Jack S. Popick
and George J. Talianoff. vice pres-
idents.
Also taking office during the
Friday evening service will be
Samuel Lipton. treasurer; Abe
Green, financial secretary; Harry
Rott. secretary; Dr. Herman R.
Mechlowitz, ret-onling secretary;
Groups Sponsor
Nightclub Event
Tlie combined Men's and Worn-
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Friday, April 25, 1969
Tifereth Israel To
Hear Benad Avital
Benad Avital, First Secretary ;it
the Israel Embassy In Washington,
l'.C, will be guest speaker at
Temple Tifereth Israel's Friday
evening services, Kabbi Ralph Y.
('.inn. spiritual leader, ami Wil-
liam K. Schachter, president, have
announced, l^on Siegel will &<
guest cantor.
The service will mark the 21st
anniversary of Israel's Indepen-
dence and Temple TJIereth Israel
joins with other leading Temples
and Synagogues in the community
which arc partici|>atim; in the 196'.
("onibiniHi Jewish Appeal Israel
Kqsergenoy Fund campaign.
sir. Avital has served as Consul
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has been in his present position
lincc July, I9tk3. He was born in
London and served in the British
Army in World War II.
Mr. Avital and Ins wife settled
in Israel, where they joined a kib-
butz, in lJI, He saw service with
the Israeli infantry in the Sinai
Campaign of 1956 before Joining
the Prime Ministers Office as
Chief Liaison Officer to the for-
rtgn pitas and television.
Mt. Sinai Garden Club
The Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden
("lub will hold its Installation
luncheon. Including the annual Pa-
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gram, at the Algiers Hotel at noon
Tuesday. May fi.
The new president is Mrs Alex-
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the even! is Mrs. Harrj .v Moscoe;
Mrs Eva Don and Mrs. Rose Lied-
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Col. Mitchell Wolfson will host
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the field ol communications in
Dade County on behali ol the lwtiy
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed. ration.
The affair at the Standard Club
will be the annual function for
those in the newspaper, radio, i< -
vision, printing, publk relations,
photography, advertising and re-
lated professions and industries, in
support of the CJA-IEF.
Cochairmen of the communica-
tions division are Gerald Schwartz,
public relations agency executive,
and Milton Balsam, president of
Alney Printing and Letter Service.
Serving as honorary cochairmen
of the division are Sidney Ansin,
president of WCKT, and Col. Wolf-
son, who heads Womctco Enter-
prises and YVTVJ.
Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Balsam
are active in numerous philan-
thropic agencies serving the local,
national and Israel communities.
Mr. Balaam is an officer of the
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Schwartz is a past president of the
Zionist Council of South Florida
and the Miami Beach Lodge of
B'nai Edith.
A prominent member ol the Is-
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"' honor at the May 6 function, a drives headed bj Robert R
highlight of the twin Federation general chairman
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+Jeni B'nai B'rith Lodges
Florida State Assn.
To Hold Convention
Barry Pot lock will be imaM I
a~ president of the Florida State
oiation of B'nai B'rith La
durine its convention beginnid]
8 p.m Saturday and continuii g
through Monday in the S
Hotel.
A ist president of the Gilbert
J. Balkin Lodge. Pot lock is
rently president-elect of the Hi!!- I
Advisory Board of the Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of Miami
He serves on the Florida Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-Dcfa-
: ation League and is a member of
the league's executive committee,
Toastmastor for the opening ses-
sion of the convention will be
radio personality Al Liebert: the
keynote sjieaker will be Maurice
Weinstein, executive secretary of
the International Council of B'r.ai
} nth.
Convention meetings will in-
clude regular business sessions.
i :al programs prepared by local
BBYO groups and discussions and
workshops featuring Hillel. com-
munity and veterans services. The
final event will be the installation
banquet, at which Dr. David J
Lehman, a cardiologist who has
been appointed Assistant Special
States Attorney for the State of
Florida in the division of danger-
ous drugs, will be guest of honor.
Toastmaster for the banquet will
be E. Albert Pallot. past vice pres-
ident of the International B'nai
B'rith.
iUttr pouock
Hebrew Academy
Women, P.T.A.
Meet Wednesday

The annual joint meeting of the
Hebrew Acadomv Women and
PTA will be held at 12:30 p.m.
sday at the Hebrew Acad-
emy, Mrs. Jacob D. Katz and Mrs.
Leonard Adler, presidents, have
announced.
Highlight of the afternoon will
!> a drawing for a set of lug
- l-made afghan, made and do-
nated to the Hebrew Academy
Women by Mrs. Sadii Bh i r. who
serves as ;i director "t the or-
ganization and 25 other prtzj ^
Chairman of the project is Mrs.
Muriel Friedman. Honorary life
chairman is Mrs Samuel Reinhard.
Program chairman Mrs. Irving
Firtel has announced that the pro-
gram will be in commemoration of
Israi 1 [ndepi ndence Day.
Liebman To Lecture
At NYU, Columbia
Seymour B. Liebman. historian
and author, has been Invit" d to
lecture at New York University
ind at Columbia University. He
will speak to the N.Y.U Graduate
History Club Wednesday on the
topic The Mestizos of Mexico and
Peru '': -' he will lecture
to the N.Y.U da toral candidates
in history on research in Latin
American Archives and those of
Spain and Portugal.
Dr. Charles Wagley, director of
; the Institute on 1-atin America at
Columbia University, has Invited
Mr. Liebman to address the Inter-
disciplinary Seminar at Columbia,
'now known as the Tennenbaum
Seminar. These seminars have
been held regularly every Thurs-
day afternoon for the past 20
years and have been graced by
world-famous scholars. Mr. Lieb-
man will lecture before it Thurs-
day, May 1.
The University of Miami Presi
has recently signed ;< contract (or
the publication of Mr. Uabman's
most recent book. "Faith and
Flame Tin History of the Jews in
New Spain." The r-M Press pre-
viously published his The En-
lightened," which has been review-
ed most favorably in all scholarly
journals.
RABBI RICHARD M. LEVITO
Spiritual leader of
Temple EmamrEI of Fort Lauderdale
Will lead an inter)Lith. 22 day tour to
ISRAEL ATHENS ROME
Tour Will Depart via EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINE
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Florida Hadassah Region
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Slates Conference Here
A ki[w1pvp1 discussion of the
< Hinty's critical housing problems
Mill highlight a three-day confer-
net ol the Florida Region of Ha-
dassah hen nrly next month.
Haley Sofge. director of Metro's
Departmeat of Housing ami Urban
Development, ami Robert Simms.
director of the Da nuinity Relations Hoard will be
guegt [akcrs at an 8 p.m. session
on the first day of the conference,
Sunday, May 4. in the Marco Polo
Hotel. 192nd St. an.l Collins Ave.
Dr. Ruth Gruber, author.-s
who collected nun h of the docu
military matorinl for "ExottaB,**
Sitting empty
handed at the
pool?
Try our
needlepoint or
ere we If
will H|Mak at an Installation
banquet at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
May .V
During World War II. Dr. Gru-
bcr. who is considered an authority
on refugee problems, was sent by
President Roosevelt as his special
emissary to Italy to bring 1,000
refugees from 18 countries over-
run by Hitler back to safety in
Oswcgo, N.Y.
Dr. Gruber. in private life Mrs.
Philip H. Michaels, cov-red the
story of Israel from its birth as
a foreign correspondent for the
New York Herald Tribune. She
has studied the absorption of
Arabs in Israel under the auspices
of the Ford Foundation.
"Israel on the Seventh Day."
Dr. Gruber1* loth and latest book,
la a current best-seller. She has
written four other books on Israel,
one of which, "DP Destination
Palestine: The Story of the Ha-
Rehearsing for the show "Everything's Com-
ing Up Roses" to be presented at the Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Annual Installa-
tion luncheon May 2 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel are (from left): Mrs. Stanley Arkin.
Mrs. Philip Morgan. Mrs. Sanford Kimball.
Mrs. Lloyd Rusk;n, Mrs. Lawrence Markman.
Miss Barbara Bessey, Mrs. Robert Gruder.
Mrs. Peter Goldring.
ganah Ship Exodus 1947." was
described by the New York Times
as "one of the most moving books
of the year." Dr. Gruber has con-
tributed articles to numerous na-
tional publications, authors a col-
umn for Hadassah Magazine and
has written scripts for the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company.
The national office or Hadassah
will be represented by Mrs. Israel
L'sdan of New York. She is pres-
ently National Hadassah's mem-
bership chairman and was reelect-
ed a national lice president She
was elected to the national board
or Hadassah in 1958 when the na-
tional convention met at the Mi-
ami Beach Convention Hall.
Mrs. I.eonard Wolpe of Coral
Gables is president of the Florida
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bers. Conference chairman is Mrs.
Joseph Milton of Coral Gables;
chairman for the Miami Chapter
is Mrs Joseph Scopp, Mrs Robert
Schweitzer is arrangements chair-
man and Mrs. David Seitlin is in
harge of decorations.
Mrs Maxwell Wcisberg is pres-
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Gordon, vice chairman; Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, branch pres-
ident, and Mrs. Stanley Stein, conference chairman. The
conference will be held May 5. 6 and 7 at the Robert Meyer
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KKIJ.V GREEN AM) PINK
It was th.- second cocktail buffet held by
Kdith and Sam Marolis in their now apartment
m Bay Harbor. Th- colors were absolutely fas-
cinating' and Kdith's decorator was listening to
the delighted comments of the dinner guests.
Most unusual, and in such good taste. Even Jade,
the silk\ gray French poodle, had three pink
ribbons daintily arranged where they would look
the nicest. The hot poodles kept coming and
coming, until by the time dinner was served
the guests were groaning they wouldn't be able
to eat a thing (Funny, those who pro ten tori the
most s-emed to have their plates filled highest.)
At the (able where Dr and Mrs. Harry B.
Rimer, Mr and Mrs. Kllioi Denner, Mrs. UrrTy
Silvrrrnan and Mr. and Mrs. William WViniib
were, the conversation tended to get a little
seflOUi politics, put and abortions were among
the topics under discussion. Other guests in-
cluded Mrs. Jerry 0 man. Mrs, Herman Leeks.
Mr and Mrs Varan Walfich, Dr and Mrs A I..
Freundli.h and Mr .urn Mrs. B DeGII
Tlien there were Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kro-
nish, Dr and Mrs. Henry Kim: Stanford, Dr.
and Mrs. Kenneth S. Whltmer, Mrs Rose Bar-
kowMa, Mrs. Eve Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Seal
Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abbott The
hosts tie was i conversation piece it was black
with \hite lettering that looked like the eye teat
they give you wln-n you go to gel your glasses.
The small line at the bottom read, If you can
read this you n.....1 another drink.''
It I s DRIVES WOI I.DVT Miss TIIK SHOW
Mary and Steve Quart In had .* fun evening
for their frionds which started with dinner ;:t
their home. It was Pnsadick brisket, ol course
.i in I Mar) cooki i it .ill hersell Then the bus
i lie to take the whole group to Hi lid i\ on lei
The) had even provided the bus driver with i
ticket to the show lb was so fascinated thai
even though the) sorts hinted he should go gel
the bus read) fo 'urn trip, he wouldn't
leave until the last skate was 11 u| sight They
had to wail for him, but not for long. Ten
i this livel) crowd wouldn t havt
il of fallii pu .it .. party," Mar) laughed,
buj lots ol them took a liti i can n the bus
on the w a> back
Dessert and coffee w is read) when the) gol
back io the Quart ns Mary must havi been
n.i net'>in;; to wait on at the bakery. She had
apiMivrtth chosen some ol everything the) had
that looked good I know what happened to her
when she was trying to choose 1 d m'l give plugs
init rn let you in on a secrel everj once in a
while i find myself in the Andalusia Bakery in
Coral dailies, ind i come home so laden with
-.lies it is ridiculous.
AmoQg the guests were the Robert S >ii
m hi- ifKi the Max Spiegelmuns, Mr. and Mis
Morris ptiternick, Mr and Mrs Jay Rossin, Mr
.111,1 Mrs, Marvin Sheldon Mr and Mrs Michael
i ; ild .n ; Mi and Mrs Hai ve> Miller Tin n
there were Mi I ind Mrs James Gordon Mr
and Mr*. Harrj M and Mis Arthur
>n M ind Mrs Harris Ri ibel, Mi il I
Mi- Joe P. 11'iii .in.I the Donald Singers of Fort
It rdtle who to school with the
u .
\ Hi KV IN lili Is!' l\i.
(iu i( w ord Jane Wasmai i iui
ey .Was
missed in the Herald Spelling Contest Why, ol
niN'. u was VETERINARIAN! .
That was LtMy iMrs. Harry) Schiff eating
with one hand and MSPlng with the other in
.Illinois Restaurant the other night. When her
granddaughter, Ixiri. whose parents are Neil and
Barbara Schiff, saw the dress Lilly was making
for her. of course she wanted to wear it to
school the next day, so Lilly had to finish it at
once .
Stuart Jacobs and m> Jcre were schoobnates
wt Miami Bench High. When I went into my
Home Room at Nautilus, my eves poppacd at the
sight of what I thought was Stu Jacobs. It was
-his son. Greg, the exact Image of Stu at that
age. And Greg gets quite disgusted when I forget
and call him Stu. .
For the last five years Ronnie Berger'has
been trying to get his wife, Mcta to go to Eu-
rope, but Mcta felt the children, Jan, Louis ind
Jonathan were, too young to be left, so she
wouldn't even consider the idea They'll i- going
to Europe this fall, though, When Meta brought
the two boys down from Chicago to visit their
grandparent.-. Sidnc) and Esther Schwartz .' in
joined them here a few days later Where had
she been? Why she had been on a three-week
tour of Europe with her aunt and uncle iher
father's famil) .
TIIK MAN IN TUB t.l.Ass BOOTH
Jack Klugman was absolutel) terrific in the
play "The Man in the Glass Booth" at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse Hut the audience
wasn't in a booth the) were all over, on open-
ing night the restaurant, the bar and the
lobby, and finiilv in the theater.
Mr and Mrs D i\ d Ril is and Mr and Mrs
Harold Cohen were talking In the lobb) Mrs.
Samuel Segal, Mrs Theodore Schwartz and Mrs
.lack Sarnofl were helping Mrs Philip Isaacs
celebi ite hei birthday. The) had dinner in the
w ith ch bit Hid i)
u.iki ; ti...... the show
l- .ait/ iher husband, Gerald -
York i was thi re with Mrs Ri
and Mrs Leon Shepard Felice wore black boll-
I* it torn e\ i ninn pants with a -
i rufl ed w h ti bl iusi Ri d h lired H |>e Pom-
'.....c irted b) hi r bush ind R ck) ver)
debon til In a dark linm j -k< t she wi .
beaded top with her pica'. chiffon pants
Is' and Raymond Rubin were there Ivl is -
thrilled about the visit oi her grandnieces and
nephew Lynn, Lucy ind Louis from Ca
Ga. The) reall) ......lurable with then
eep-South accent, and quaint Yes, na'am."
Also saw "sue Berkowitz and her sister, Anne is
well ns Mr ami Mrs Sam Heiman and Mr and
Mis i: Albert Pilot The cocktail part) up-
stairs after the sh w i- to introduce the
Nomi /..mk looked ad was enthus isl
i~ ever She seemed to be everywhere I
\- I) n im c as th I the -how
was ..: .tage > -......
pt in.: .ill ol the pi aise w ith
t) ind vinnii mile Kstelh Parson w ho
;ot n Oscar I >r her supi
and Clydi i-as there, too
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: them .i
France* Lehman
400 Clergymen And Lay Leaders
Attending NCCJ Conference Here
Mo-.- th:m 400 clergymen and "Mission Possible Can the C
lay religious leaders wire expected Synagogne Heal the Itift in An
to. aUsena.^lie->Coiiuiianity Hi la-
Uona Board's first annual R"'icious
'"out. en.e beginning at MO a.m.
Thursday in the Dujiont Pla/a
Hotel.
The ReV Edward T. Graham,
chairman of the Community Rela-
tions Board s RottgkWB Tank Force,
said leaders of South Florida's
Protestant. Roman Catholic and
Jewun faiths have urued ih-
clergymen of their respective
faiths to take part.
The Conference dealing with the
roll- of the church and synagogue
in racial issues is supported h)
thi- National Conference of Chris-
thins and .lev- and the Greatei
Miami l"i ban < Coalition.
Dr. Lewis Rhodes, pastor of the
iiiwav Baptist Church, Knox-
ville, Term was to be the lunch-
eon speaker Rev, Grahan ;aid
highlighting the conference theme
S nitty'.'"
The program was to direct
conference to an introspective -
at the participants and then at
their teaching mission. This Relig-
ious Conference is a part ol tt-
Community Relations Board's
effort to carry the message of to-
erana- to suburban neighborhoods
through the media of the Business
Organizational. Educational
Religious sectors of the
munhy.
Rev. Graham said that one '
the major purposes of th .-
ference is to examine and eat
lish th- theme that the Ri .
Task For will pursue in distri*i
ind subsequent!) nel ;hbn to
conferenc -
Kinneret Holds Auction
The Kinneret Chapter of Mi/-
rachi Women will hold its annual
auction at Te-npi. Beth To\ Sun-
da) at 5 p.m. All of tin merchan-
dise is new and includes clothes,
household items and hotel week-
nds
ird Si in w ill lw aui I i< n
auction ehaii man is Mrs Jo-
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Fridoy. April 25. 196S
J-ranccs ^rwo/tniaii
WOMAN OF Tilt WEEK
On June Slh. Vivian Rosen and her husband Jerald
both graduate from the University of Miami with degrees
hers is in education and his in law. Just how in time and
space did this come about? Vivian
us ,i Florida cracker, born in Or-
lando and brought up in Jackson-
ville. Jerry is a native, one of the
select group of native Miami-ins.
Vivian was the baby of a large
family of relatives. The Spoilers!
Her grandmother was the typical
m.itriarch. she started the Jewish
Home for the Aged in Jacksonville.
Vivian led a busy school life,
most active socially and not ac-
ademiealy. She met Jerry when
she was a senior in hiffh school.
VIVJAM
She then went to what is now imbsbi .
Jacksonville College for a year and a half Then they trot
married. For the two years Jerry was finishing college .
Vivian worked at the University of Florida When he was
finished they moved here where Ricky was born and then
later Jane.
I
Vivian became active in B'nai B'rith and the Lorber
Chapter for Asthmatic Children She ran the gamut in
P.T.A. in Sunset being president and also active in Pome. .
She was VP of Temple Beth Am Sisterhood and first
president of the Sunday School P.T.A. which was called
VI P.s.
AU of the growing up years of the children they have
had a togrthemess. They an1 pa if of the children's Hves
and they in turn sr part of theirs. The family is a
traditional one and the children were taught to know-
right from wrong That seems to be one of the important
creeds in today's world.
Last year before Ricky went to the I'niverlty of
Michigan the most exciting event to date was when Ricky
won the Silver Knight Award in Science.
Time pases quickly. Vivian lovei to play bridge, likes
' labbk in arl althoueh now it's mostly a matter of art
history. Jerr> plays golf but to tell the truth Vivian isn't
th'eticallj inclined and even when she attends
t's b cause her husband want- her to
' I I .. thei i n hoi ::\- loom
in th< Ro ns' waj [life A littli ti ng to
it now ih no small babies
ooks e teachers dirty looks.'
the Rosens an to thii I I i r firs! ti
I"
Four j that it Id be fine I
Vi\ si hersell She had
...
i ng that would be
. > wn. a vocation thai
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lion. H
it was ii"t enou hi i >lle f Pi 1 Phi, tl :
then i -. >ngs to Kapi i D I
Pi.' a National.
Vivi n d. n. tl\ r I -r M: iren follow in her
pa Jane is now in 101 id n school and going
strong. Thej n tickled me tint ti c
I in the column todaj is the one that is us
in the Y< ar Book ..t the Universitj
The feeling of sharing is an importanl pan of the
Rosen's life. They h yfhing even '> now
togetl Vivians
'' w !- R ':" i the "thai" .ml became
nd i
ful taccoi to Vivian h isl gn iti husband
Congratulations to you both on June Bth
Fanny Goldman Is
Engaged To Marry
The eimag< m< Pi ol airline slew-
Fatal" Goldman to Clifl
M ,-.,, fSrei ba im has u en an-
I in her parents Mr and
'' Mrs Rric G .1 Iman 6210 SW
Si VV< deling pi *'1S '"' incomi
The i" iden l< cl la a graduate ->i
Coral Gables High School and
.i mior Colli g> H. i
fiance, I of Mr and Mis.
Adolph Grei nba NE Mth
St.. is a gra lual North
Hi ) School and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior >'. liege, and is now enrolled at
the University ol Mississippi.
Martha Green To
Be August Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Norman I.. Green,
,5380 S\V 64th Ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Martha Jane, to Samuel Fertel
Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Fink of Memphis. Tenn.
Both Miss Green, a graduate of
Coral Park High School, and bar
fiance are students at the Unlver-
sity of Tennessee.
The wedding will take place
i Aug. 24.
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Donna Routman,
Howard Goldberg
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam I.. Routman
of Anniston. Ala., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Ponna Harriet, to Howard Mark
Goldberc. son of former Lakeland
residents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gold-
berc. of North Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daurht. r of the late Mr. and III*
David Newman. Atlanta. Ga and
the late Mr. and Mrs Marry Rout-
man Birmingham. Ala. Her fiance
is the grandson of Mrs. Nathan
Linshits of Paterson. N.J., and the
late Mr. I.inshitz. and Mrs David
i'loldherg of Jersi-y City. N.J.. and
i the late Mr Goldberg.
Miss Routman is a graduate of
Emory University, where she ma-
jored in English. She was elected
to the Student Center board,
staff of the Phoenix, the sweet-
heart court of Alpha Epsilon PI
fraternity, and was chosen queen
of her freshman class at Emor>
She is .i member of Kapna t>
I -ilon. national educali i
H arv.
Now in the Emorj 'ni-
\. rsity School of M< dicine, Mr
f thi Phi
Delta Eps '"Ti mi dical fi at< i -.it
Jan Greenfield's,
Parents Announce
Her Engagement
Til" er"-,T" ,, ,i
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The b' il'-i i i ,
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majoi iiv: ii Educal ion
Hi i flanci v hose i
Mr and Mrs. Roy P. 1
Ho iston, T. v
the Uiuverslt) ol Dpi
majoring in History an
The ui dding ill i.i
Tern; le Israel i : Gn ,
Sent fi.
Helena Fruchter j
To Be June Bride,
P. a "hi rrf* M*- Mori;- '
BT9 E^nanesi Wav. Mia
announce the ncagenv j
daughter, Helena, to M
man. the *>n of Mr
,\ll A rrrh>ate of trie H< b gk
; School in Miami IWae f
Miami Bench Sv nior Hi.;:, >
tli, bride-elecl is pn-*ei,i.. ii
ing the Sara Sohrntni irnrn*
Seminary in Brooklyn. N V
Martin A-..ii,.
ISS MAtTNA lAHt CtffN
Hi has served as a it* mix r of tlw
College Council, as vice preatdcm
of rh' iiledge Ir.trafritti^nity Cosm-
cil and was rice president of his
sophomore class. He was i Iceted
. to m mhership in Eta Sigma N,
leadership honorary, and Alpha
Epsilon IVIta. pre-meilical hon-
orary, and was a m mher of Alpha
, Fpsilon Hi social fraternity.
A June wedding is planned
Mr. Klhnan. graduat
Settlor High Sehool i: '
attended Rooaew|t.Uil .^
Criicago, Yeaitlvah Hairfi
rah in Manhattan. Y. il ho-
f/ Chaim in Queens. N v. 1
. 'he Helim* Thoi>eicai
Skokie. III. He is pr. rtl
rollrd at *'ity College
N V whj re h< will obi
free in Ettofcogy In '
The wedding date
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miss gaii hnny M/tinr
) tonne's Engaged*
Werner Cohns Say
Mr" ahd Mrs. Werner Cohn. 6101
Ma>nada St.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
laughter. Yvonne, to Michael Gor-
don, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lius Gordon. Duluth. Minn.
The bride-elect, who is employed
by a San Francisco physician, is a
r-raduate of Coral Gables High
School and Florida College of Med-
ical Technology. Hrr fiance, an ac-
eiiintant for a savings and loan
H-"-ori.ition. is a graduate of the
I'nivrrsity of Minnesota
The wedding is planned for
August.
Faith Engaged To
Martin J. Sperry,
Saals Annonnce
The engagement of Faittl Seal
lai tin .1 Spcn t h is i i n an-
nounced hv her parents, Mi and
M Lester Seal.
i he future bi Ide attended the
Universit) of Georgia, where sh--
was on the Dean'a I 1st, and grad-
uated with honors from thi Uni-
versity of Florida, with a degree
u: E'cmentarv Rducaffi Sh is
.i member of Delta Phi Epailon
sorority.
The son of Mr. and M>-. Ray-
mond Sperry of Jacksonville, her
fiance attends the University <
Florida, where he> will enter I-aw
School in the Fall. A nwrnhT 'if
Tail Rpatlon Phi fraternity, he is
on the Dean's List at the univer-
sity.
MISS fAIJH SAAL
Doris Robins Now
Mrs. R. A. Sch wartz
Doris Eileen Robina and Richard
Man Sehv ai tz were n
Vpril 19 at thi
Algiers Hotel
bi ii le, whosi Is an
Mi Nat R b 1510
Drexi A\ Miai i ]: ai h
?rad i Ihe I "niversity ol Flor-
Fl i hus nd th in ol Mi
!/. Bav-
sidi N \ ad lati d from City
College ol New York, where he
was president ol Phi Epsiloti l'i
fraternity. He received his mas-
ters degree In Chemical Engineer-
ing from the University of Florida.
The eoviplo will make their home
in New Jersey..
4.^
1'kUl S.ii.l.-r
MRS. RICHARD ALAN SCHWARTZ
Gail Miller To Be Mrs. Jerry Burke
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller.
13330 NW 17th Ave... announce
the encasement of their daughter.
Gail Fenny, to Jerry Burke, the
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Burke.
6743 Crooked Palm Ter., Miami
Lakes. The wedding will take
place in Beth MoKhc Congregation,
North Miami, on June 29.
Miss Miller is a graduate of
"arol City High School. Both she
and her fiance are Students at
Mlami-Dade Junior College.
Rahhi, Bride Feted
A reception was held recent I v at
Temple Fmanu-KI. Fort Laudcr-
'fe. for Rabbi Richard M. LevttOri
fl his bride, the former Mrs
I va RiMengartcn. A beautiful sil-
r service from the Sisterhood.
I rotherbood and Youth GrotiiMt
- presented to the couple, who
between them have six children.
ranging m ape from 6 to 13 years
i : ice.
: he new Temple Bmanu-EI on
I i Niand Blvd. Ft LaudMrdale, is
now neannjj completion.
Binders Honored
Visiting Mrs Murray Kaufman
I the Triton Tow- rs dui ing the
e lolidava w i re her lister-in-
!. w, Mr*. A. F Rat Bil d< r, and
1 t iec Misa i- th. i Binder, of
! i Spring, M.I.
Kaul in entertained at a
l ch patui i. ntoi ning In h
i guests I' i ..-. hi r sta
' was also entertained bj
I '! r, Fred Shochet.
Peshkin Group Iwicheon
Peshkin Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will hold its annual donor
luncheon at noon Tuesday in the
Gourmet Room of the Hilton Plaza
Hotel.
Women wno nave served the or-
ganization in an outstanding way
will be honored at the luncheon.
Sehaehiios Will
Lire In Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sehachno.
4515 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach,
have bet n guests of honor at a
number of farewell parties hosted
by their friends prior to their lie-
larture for Isra< I, where they will
[make their p. rman. :ii home in
Ji rusalem.
The Schachnos, who came here
as refugees from Hitler's Europe
i.TO years ago. have been active in
many Israel-pointed ami commu-
nity < ndeavor* during the years
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Juan Mercadal will give a duo re-
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of Mr. ami Mrs. Emll J. Could.
7r>50 Ponce .le Leon Rd. South
Miami in a Fine Arts program
snonsored bv thi Women's Guild
hi the Greater Miami Philhar-
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The Cuban-hpm Mercadal, one
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Lillian Kevoe was installed
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Chapter 1013, B'nai B'nth Women.
Installtnc officer was Mrs Hillie
Kern; I.cah Benjamin was chair-
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Friday, A; : 25
M.B. Hadassah To
Hear Lee Vogel
Wise Hadassah Unit Installs
ri Stephen S w toe .111 "t
Hadassah will hold Its Installation
luncheon ;>' noon Monday in the
Algiers Hott 1. Mrs H.m> Ui NVcr-
nick ill Ih- the Installing officer
Dr. Aaron Kahan Is Guest Speaker
At Miami Chapter Hadassah Donor
mrs.fmtr
Mrs. Wiimtttim
AEPhi To Honor
Farr. Weinstein
Mrs. Aaron Farr. national vi<->-
prrsi National Council
of Jpwish Women and Mrs. I. M.
W'einstein. hook reviewer, will bo-
comc honorary members of the
Alpha Kusilon Phi Alumnne Asso-
riation of Greater Miami when the
fjroup meets in the home of Mrs.
Alt>ert Morrison at 11:30 a.m. Sat-
urday. May 3.
Mew officers ill be installed bj
Mrs Norman Brown, national vice
president of AEPhi, who is shortly
to become national president. The
slat.' includ< Mrs. Steven Tobin,
president; Mrs Fred Oder, vice
president; Mrs C Gary Zahler,
secretary, Mrs Daniel Preuaa,cor-
n aaonding s< 11. tary, anil Mis
Bart Cohen, treasurer, Members
at large will be Mrs, Marshall Pep-
per, Mis Han is Gubernkk and
Mrs Paul Merchant!
Former president Mrs. Howard
Katzi n iii i chairman ol the
day.
Mesivta Ladies Hear Rabbi
Rabl 1 Da\ id La hrfield ol Kni s-
[srai i 1 'on.1 '' ill id-
- the Worn n's Oi gai izatii 1
oi Mi sit ta High School at
ife in.'mil. rship luncheon Mon-
nl the home "i Rose
Schwai'/. 3322 Chase Ave.. Mian 1
h All membi rs ol Mesix '.1 aie

Iah' Vogel. moderalor <>f the
"Open Phone Forum' radio show, )^|paV Byrum. l>Tic soprano
will be the principal ^speaker at
the Donor Dinner of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah at the
Fontninebleau Hotel at 5 p.m.
Thursday. May 1.
mi
The winner of the coveted Pea-
body Award, the highest honor be-
stowed upon an individual by the
radio industry. Mr. Vogel >s an
honor graduate of Chesire Acad-
1 emy and majored in acting and
' directing at the Carnegie Institute.
Rabbi Kirshblum Speaks
Rabbi Daniel K. Kirshblum. as-
sistant rabbi of Temple Kmami-i:i,
was to 1h> guest speaker at the
Thursday meeting of Miami Beach
Chapter 106 of B'ttai Zion. which
was also to include installation of
elected offici is and trustees, with
Hymnn J. Fliegcl, past national
oresiflent. as installing officer
her accompanist, Aklo Yasio. will
: provide the entertainment.
--------------------------------
Lincoln Unit Installs
The Lincoln Chapter 12HH of
B'nai B"rith Women will hold its
; installation luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
j Wednesday in the Algiers Hotel.
; Mrs. Moo Reiffen will be installed
as new president by Mrs. Robert
' Litt. Chairman of the day will be
outgoing president Mrs. Milton
' Sands. Mrs. Florence Goldfaib will
' give the invocation.
BB Eleanor Roosevelt Unit
Will Install New Slate
Mrs Stanford Best will be in-
stalled as president ot the Eleanor
Roosevelt Chapter ol B'nai B'rith
Women at 7 p.m. Wednesday in
the Top oi (he Ini Miami Spi
Holiday Inn.
Dr. Aaron Kahan. eaecutivfi di-
rector of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond (I^ani4atlon, will address
the women of the 2.900-member
Miami Chapter of Hadassah at its
annual Donor Awards luncheon
Sunday at the Fontaineblcau
Hotel.
Dr. Kahan. who recently return-
ed from Israel, when he conferred
with top Israeli officials, will be
the featured speaker of the annual
event which this year is entitled
"85 Years of Youth Aliyah and
Israel's 21st Birthday"
The luncheon marks the end ol
the chapter's fumiraisuiK year and
is a reward to mcmtieis who helped
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Friday, Apr.l :;
&GSI Mit^UdJt
ELIOT KLEINBBBO
Eliol Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Howard Kleinberg, will celebrate
his liar Mit/vah at Temple Zion
on Saturday. April 36.
Eliot attcnda Palmetto Junior
High School, where ho is in the
seventh grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Kleinberg will
sponsor the Once Shabbat Friday
evening and host a luncheon at
Temple Zion following Sabbath
services in honor of the celebrant.

JANET SNKIDKR
Janet, the daughter of Mr. and
Mn. Richard Sneider of North
Miami Beach, will observe her Bas
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Friday evening. April 25.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School. Janet has at-
tended the Harold Wolk Religious
School seven years. She was en-
rolled in the Beth Torah Nursery
School at the age of four. She will
continue her religious education.
entering the Confirmation Class of
1970.
Friends and relatives "ill attend
an Oneg Shabbat in honor of tin1
rant following the services.
More low*
Jonef Sneider
IVDREW VIEDRAH
IV
\ ion \ '. Bai Mitz-
\ : 26
ing lhi
School at
- Hi
til ii ind in.
i nfii atioi
i i< es a K. I-
elativea and
ids will be held in his honor.
*
NEIL ORENSTEIN
Neil Norman son ol Mr. and
Mi s Abi stein ol Hol-
ed and New York City, will
iba rw hi! Bai Mitzvah Saturdaj
morning, April 26, at Beth Torah
Congregation
Neil is a student at the Graham
tea School, Palm Beach, where
in the eighth grade.
A Kiddush in Neil's honor will
held following the services and
a reception and dinner Saturday
evening at the Diplomat Country
*
AMY SHAKR
\my, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
:.>n Silver, will become Baa Mltz-
.i at Temple Or Olom Friday
evening, April 25:
Amy. a seventh grade student
at Roekway Junior High School.
D >>ed as a teacher's helper in ele-
mentary school.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
services will be hosted by Amy's
parents in her honor.
Among those attending will be
her- maternal grandmother. Mis.
Kilnn I.avion.
STEPHEN OREN
Step son oi Mi
Mrs. c,x orge Oren of North M
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
ai Belli Torah Congregation Sat-
urday afternoon. April 1?6.
Stephen is a Student at Sahal
Palm School, where he Is in the
sixth grade.
Following tin1 services, a recep-
tion will bo held in the Algiers
Hotel. Miami Beach, in Stephen's
honor.

MAKC LOWE
At the 11 a.m. Sabbath services
of Temple Sinai, conducted in tho
Washington Federal Auditorium
by Rabbi Ralph P Kingsloy. Marc,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard
Lowe, will bo called to tho Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah.
Marc attend Temple Sinai Re-
ligious School and is a seventh
grade student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
Relatives and friends will attend
the Bar Mit/vah, which will be
followed bv a luncheon at the Al-
giers Hotel in Marc's honor.

s< ott HXGEB
At B:45 a.m. Saturday, April 26,
Scot I M soti ol Mr, and Mrs. S .1
Singer. 7921 Noremac Ave., Miami
Beach, will i>e Bar Mitzvah at
l"i mple Ni : Tamid
s. ott is .i si i.: X tutilus
Junior I
N< i Tamid Reli
A Kiddus : vvi!l
low the sen
rday evei it I
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INDREH DRI ( KER
Vndrew. I 11: -
David Drucker. 7009 Trouville
ii h, w ill
Mn vah Beth S
loin Sat iirday, Apt ii -'' i. ibbi
l..... Ki mish will oi:: .:
sen-ices which will begin at 10 V
a.m.
Andrew a si idei t of the TV
pie's religious t iol .- a rm mber
ol the Confirmation I ass ol 57 ".

MERRILL Ml INK K
Merrill, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
living Melniek, !V_'i NW 179th
Ti r will I- Bar Mitzvah at B'nai
Sholom Saturday, April l'G.
Merrill has attended Hebrew
School at B'nai Sholom for four
> i ars,
The ( ineg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning and lh.' Kiddush afiei the
worship services Saturday will be
hosted by Merril'a pan nts in his
honor,
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Andrew Drucker Dbvi'J Buih
DAVID Bl'SH
David, son of Mr, and Mrs. Louis
Bush, will observe his Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Beth Am Saturday
morning. April Jt>
David is a Student at South
Miami Junior High School, where
he is In the seventh grade.
Following the services Saturday
morning, Davids parents will host
the Kiddush, ami a reception and
dinner will be held in his honor at
the Eden Roc Hotel Saturday
night.
Among tho guests will be his
David's grandmothers, Mrs. Celia
Bush of Brooklyn. NY., and Mrs
Minnie Kaplan. Miami.

RISSKL GOLD
Russel, the son oi Mrs Shirley
Gold. 521 E. 41st St., Hialeah, will
become Bar Mit/vah at Temple
Tifereth Jacob at 9 am. Saturday,
April 26.
Russel attends Hialeah Junior
High. School, whiie he i- In thw
s vi nth gra
A : ception in the Social Hall
following the ceremony will I*
hosted bv Ruatel'i roothei In his
honor.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs Julian Haimowit/ of Forest
Hills. N v Mis Richard McGuinn,
Vienna. Va.. and Mi. and Mrs Isi-
dore Goldberg Russol's maternal
grandpan-nts are Mr and Mrs
Isaac I-oet ol North Miami Beach;
paternal grand|varents arc Mr and
Mis Abraham Goldberg. Hialeah

kEITII Al.KKSs
Keith, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Sidnej Agross. oelebrated his Bar
Mit/vah at Temple Zion Saturday.
April 19.
Keith is a student at Glades
Junior High School, where ho is
in th. aevi nth gt .ide
\ n Ception in honor of tile e, |e-
! at the Algiers Hotel was
hosl d by his parei ts a
minor, d guest! w. i.
enls. Mr and Mrs I
Brooklyn, NY.
Dance Service Set
By Beth Sholom
' Israel Indepond.
will >e recognbted at a dai
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p m Friday, acroniing
nouncemenl by Rabin i.
rush, spiritual leader
R< cognition of brael's
niversary will U-a blrnd
.layers, traditional oi .,
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Friday. April 25, 1969
*knist Ikridbar
Page 13-B
I
Services Held For
Mrs. Jack Carner, 71
n Carn r, 71, who hart suf-
rfd .i h.ari attack In Febrni
' i.iay. \ i il 18, ,it Miami
i rt instil n. s. rvii i wore held
la .it it i i tide Chapel.
Mrs. Cam i and her husband,
hilanthropist ami art colta tor
k i arnei. bunder and chaii -
of the Ik..ik1 of Carrier Bank.
' n u ini. r n sid< nta foi 16
(are, onlj recently making Miami
.. n v. ,u 'round home.
The art* ra came here from
. e, NY. where their generosity
5 > ii- ago had math- possible the
'ommunity Synagogue, which tho
ouple bad rojntinued to support.
. hpy \c. iarjt!tfTill tors to Ki.in-
. i< T'r-:\ rsffy, Founders .if Mount
Mn;ii Huviltnl 4'id hail donated
17.\i"0"-frr,tb'Ui'lon and Jack
"arrnr Radiology Suite at Miami
leart institut.'.
]>...; s In r h'.ubaml. she is i
v<-.: by twu sons. Richard I of
"ew York, an.l Stephen II >f
ii' Reach, ami four grandchil-
ri'ti
HELEN CARXIK
Beth David Founder
Mrs. Sadie Clein, 91
Mrs. Sadie P. Clem, a founder
Beth David Synagogui ai i first
easurer <>f the Jewish Horn.' for
Aged, died Tuesday at th. a
01 Services were held Wcdnes-
iy at thi' Ckinlon Chapel for Mrs.
in. who rnmo to Miami in 1925
im Atlanta, (ia
She te survived by five sons.
\ Reuben Milliard and Ben-
in, of Miami, and Edward of
'.onvry. Ala; three dauch-
Mrs Lena Goldstein of Ml-
Batch, Mrs. Etta Ellison of
st.in. S <\. an.l Mrs. Mildred
! nthal ot Floaanwre, ill.; s sis-
Mrs. Minnie Keasler of At-
i Ga ; 28 grandchildren an.l -16
'at-grandchildren
IINGE*
San iri .' i M
Mi..mi I,. ,h. pai
''!. via- a vlnllor h.-rr
R i I ill Nt Vorh \ in. ni
I Organisation of Amerl-
il hi < \ <] nr. '. ;.t f..r f..iir
m.-mi- r of Con ervatlvi
laJc and ui. i.,..... -
' \ u \ k \'.
the I H Rlbli
mil, I id. a ii 1.1 Hit,|..
i in Israel In 191 Mi ml
ra, of Washington Height*,
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I .ni .. n .. ntti Hii ri hi Ih
\lb.Tl I Sir ,- .1 M ,
fcrtera Mr* Bvrlj n Ilia. Itman
Vlr- I. i. .1 i ii S< ri |. I in
K York i"iti I.....1 arrangement*
KPrerslde Alton Road Chapel
Mi
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W |'..--.-.| anal Mar.h I.' 11,
cami h-r.- i. ii ...ii' .,<. f...in .-in
Fra .i.-|i.-. .. California II.- n...- ..
in. mi.er of Hi. HlblartM Lodg) Mo
-?- <-'*A M life ni.-mlii-r of th.
.1 W V the Ani.-n.-an l^ogrlon Poal
n ?? .. in \... r member ..f Islam
T.-niide. San Frunclico. and m.-rii
her f Tarapli Bmanu-EI of Miami
Hi urvlvrd bj hi* i<-
Moll of Mi..mi. J aona K.n-u-th
M t Km.i.. Buaana, (California M -i
\ dauaht -
r Mrs J.m. i Welnateln Miami,
: I., thi-r*. Sldne) ,.( San Pranctaco
'ui. of Wllmlnirton, Delawan inn
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at- I .r Kra.ik ami Th. i id.
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-.I ..nil did staal sranddaushi
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ltd *llh Intel in. i.t in i '..III.
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V,i VIDSON. I kii -ii I '.. I ..I
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t.vi .Ml; N. a man Intel iim M'
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1CH I hoi ill D ', ni....ih- Un h -
i. i ni. HI II. ill l"l
Arthur A. Ungar, 84,
Business Pioneer
Services were h. Id Sunday at
Temple Israel tor pioneer Miami
businessman Arthur A. Ungar, 84,
one ni its founders who died at
I is home in Belle Towers, 16 Is-
land Ave., Miami Beach, Thursday.
April 17
Mr Ungar, a Mlamian fi
years, established one of the larg-
it automol lie dealt rshipa in I
South, and when the Universits .'t
Miami was near collapse, backed
it financial.. A trustei emeritus
oi the sch.>'i! he was awarded an
irary degree bj the university
in 19o
A founder of Mount Sinai H s-
pitai and Westview Countr) Club,
ti<- was a director of the Florida
National Hank and Trust Co., the
Industrial National Bank and the
North Shore Hank, and s.-i\- -i as
th.- fifth president ut the Orange
Bowl Committee.
Survivors Include his wife, Mar-
cella; two daughters, Mrs Charles
S Werblow and Mis Leonard I..
Abess of Miami Beach; five grand-
children and thru- great-grand-
children.
Funeral services sac under
the din ction of Riverside.
International Tour
Group Will Visit
Palmer's Facilities
Tho inti i Marble and
1 iranlti Stu Iy Tour, a group of
quarry owners and manufacturers
ut granite and marble monuments,
has ii i epted an invitation to visit
Palmer's Miami Monument i",,
3279 SW 8th St in what may Ix-
another "first" for Miami.
The study tour group, members
ot which come from France, Italy,
Belgium, Portugal, Holland, Ger-
many and Spain, will visit Pal-
mer's facilities at 10 a.m. Monday,
with Col. Sidney Palmer as their
In st After Inspecting the various
manufacturing processes and the
types and colors of marble and
granite used here, the group, which
is accompanied by multi-lingual
tour directors, will visit several
outstanding cemeteries and mau-
soleums in Miami.
The study tour is being conduct-
ed by the E. F MacDonald Travel
Company, Touramerica Division,
whose object is the exchange of
international visitors for trade,in-
dustry and profession. A list Ol
names of the participants of the
study croup tour, and their busi-
ness affiliations is available to in-
terested firms in Miami.
A sightseeing tour has been ar-
ranged for the croup, which will
visit various |x>ints of interest in
the Miami ana under the direc-
tion of Andre K Birten of Tour-
arm rua Corp,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEBEBi I1IVBN tl
i u
i. under tin ii- ii.un.
A'vi i:i i i: r.NlFi i:ms al i
W i"'i i, ." i ... Inti
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
Ni.'l'i.i: is HEKEJJv CHVEN tl at
"Ui- nani. "I
l.l'X J>' vv Flakier
-' Mian FI* nt. nd n n
-ai.l i...in. u it' Ihi Clerk of ih.. I'lr-
' un Court nf I....!. ui ti FI.....la
I vsi I I. i I WSTII.I.O
\V l-v.ifl. Si i. i
Miami, I',.,
i y. : l 9-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Il RK K
KH.'i'.v II I.ECCHT v.;
I.....-. a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 vn '.. dit. and vi Peraonn II.n .
' !' man.I- AgMinsI S, nl
I: lati
^..... herel I If led and raqnlr-
''[ '' i" .. nd .1. in.ii..!?
uhi.h >. H m > havi ajralnat tha .--
of rh< rA H i i:i. iitai; :. -
-. |. .... County, Florida
to thi i ui .lu'li-. ..( i ia.i.. County
n fn. -i .. mi dui i i aa
-:: IS, ri... .'..,
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.....'....... Ii Ii ui i
' ah dai ii.....thN fr.mi tha
nuhlii-atlm I rreof
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a i:\,. utor
1 "on of thin ri..i ,-. on
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KIV IV M ITIVURI I, ; )<, >|'1RB
I "'''- K vi" \ v pi iRTER
i BVINSUN A KENTN
Bxe. utor
S W Fh I Street
Miami, Fli rtda
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LEBEDOFF. Lillian, S4, 1170 N VV
"!"!> Si Itu. raldi
LEUCHTAG, Rhoda, 7". KM s vv
Un.! i'i lllai bi ns
MIROTSNIC Samuel. 7.;. 7101 Carlvli
Vv M Ii Rlaaberg
NERENBERG. Hoptllr, 7" SOI P.nn-
ylvanla Ave .\i ii Rii. -,i.
STEIN. Uerahon, 7 SJS4 \ Art.
i'hi,a*-'" il' r.Inn
katzeff. Max, *7 :'... Brod) I,
II. Minor... N Y (lordon
STERN Mi..a. 7'... .-.'..41 Alton ltd .
M II Rlaahent
yuter. sally v. ,H i"i Meridian
v M II Rlveratde
BERGER. Charles, >.; WO 8 E Flrat
St Ilial.-.ih Uordon li.i.i in. nl
David
BLONDER. Charlea, 0, 17X21 N' E
' h A..- Rlveratde Intel mi I I
CLICK, i-. Ila, 77. 1...... W.i V. ,
VI R III., i-rr
C.OI DFINGER PI '' II Rd
MH Riverside Interment lakatde
GREENBERG. BldneJ SI
I", lvisi SI Riverside Interment
. aide
$3,695-130 II.P. Volvo
$3,795- 155H.P.
OfFSHOttl DV DOUBLE HULL FIBER
GLASS TEMPERED SAFETY GLASS WIND
SHIEL0 SLEEPS 4 FOAM 50 GIS.
GAS TANK MARINE HARDWARE LIFT
RINGS SOLID RUB RAILS INTERNA
TIONAl LIGHTING COMPLETE MOTOR
FINANCING AVAILABLE.
We Sell A Complete Pockoge
Eauiomenf for vnur Boot of enlv $195.
CARIBBEAN FURY BOAT FIBERGLASS
REPAIR I MANUFACTURE
836-3621
MIAMI. FLOXIDA
SM N W. Ttod ST.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREin tilVEN thai
i.'. \ irtu.- of Phapter 67n .-f FI. !
ut, Annotated 11941
houi i in- and vv ..i houai I :
VHK VAN l.ivirs ., Pkirlda
rat i"ii by virtue oi
has in lt i.....esi on thi follot* -
a. rrihi .1 in .-I"
i --.I Houaehobl l-..."I- .* 'ii, pronertj
of Mlt and MRS JOSEPH REA1
MI'Tn ..).-. last known addreu \...-
\1 I. i .1 Hi u-.-r. 1019 'onffdon
v-.. Btroudaburs. Pa and thai on ihi
16th da) of Ma> I9 durlns the legal
of aali malnl) bet ween 11 >'
and .....ii thi iftei
S VV _'4ih Avenue, .Miami. FI.
.1 hall offer for aah
htshi *-' luilder for caah In I
the al.....leaorlhed propert) I MR
and MRS JOSEPH REALM I I
I '. .1 ii Miami. Ploi Ida thin !8rd
: April, 191
i
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69 6390
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
R. IPERT IJVINtlSToN PRi 'I SE
Plaintiff
01 \i:v A BEATRICE CRl i| SI"
i., i. .'..ni
I OBNEA v RBATRICE CRl H'SE

You C.ENE> > '' v i:i'i: '- -|
are hereby notified thai .. Bill ol
Complaint for IMvorci haa been iil..i
-. \ou and \"i an i iiulred ii
-. \. ., ....... .. ii Inawel I Pli
hik to the Hill "f Complain) i '
i ..,.. > i u i iFP'i is
. IP PATRICK Mi I IR< ITTY i
vv Plrsl Street vi am Ftn
file the ort| v wei r Plead
i -. | i .
I'lr.-uli Court "ii "' befnri -i .
dai < Ma) 19*9 If you fall I
tudirmenl b) di '..uli ill be
i .1 ih. relief di mandril
1MI ,.( .
Ttn> not i -h..n l" publlal .1
four consei-ui
ni- i .km pi nit I pi AN
\i; v\|. i: ti; i: t t > al Miami,
V|.rll v 1 i
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Clri lilt Craimv I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 83185
JOHN R BLANTON
I: i" I.
FANN IE SHANPIEIJl
|.., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ''flu. I All I !'
. Demai Kg
i' t.
Vou
Uireil I preeenl
in. -,!-.'. I i il n \
. mall ol FAN HANFIEI.H
. .i !'
In thi Count nil Iadi
i ..in.', and fib 11" m.
and as In 8
luter In Ihi i the
Count i .'. in 'h. ii- Pin '
Florida, a llhln endai m.
from il time of thi firat mi
'.-..- ni thi -..in. ill I- i
!>,-..! at vi ..ur I nrldfl Ihli -. nd
da) ol vi" i vi'
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
V-. Kxi utor
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the ."'h dav of V:
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
\...... \ for K* utor
4-.'" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beat h, FI
4 ."
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
Nl -, HO 07
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
vv i '' VV VV II.I.IS.
Plal
IRENE ItRITTl IN \\ II.1.IS.
I
Tti IREVE RRTTTi "N V\ II I IS
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lifted that a 1 Con
for I ni. I
'in ... ilred I
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the
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80470-C
: RE i- i,
1.1 I.I.IAN MtENSOX
; .. .... ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All lltoi I All Pei -..... It., v
mi: Claims r Demanda Acalnal Said
You an hereb) notified and r...iuir-
ma and di mai .Is
' a ii i... -. ,i- ilnal thi ea-
lati of I il I 1 v \ v RENSI iN .1.... .1
lati I tadi '. ui i Florida, u- the
ui -i hi.it. nf i ...a. County, and
fib- the earn. lunl u and aj pro-
Sertl. -.. Florida Rta-
H-- in th. ir nffl -. Count)
Had) County, Florida.
nrh'p ala ..i :li- from th.'
ni" of the ul iiion hereof or
Dated Florida, this (Isl
da) Iprtl \ I H
K Si i:v EN HERO
V ''. ii tnl
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Kuril
' vi PE I. RICH El.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEKEin .;ivi-:.\' that
the u nnu to i nsase In
thi fii titloua name of
PI l\v EKT.MENTS, LTD al 1510
Maraelllei. Drlvi Miami H.a.h Florida
..in.- with
' rk ol ih. Circuit Court of
ii- -i i
l.lll i|(i> PIERCE
El'lSEN I" HO VI.;.
Vttnrm
.-| IFFi iRD PIERCE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.. underslirned deslrlns to engaste
i ii..... ui lei thi flctll Ions name
DONAI.D SIBtlEND) IRP, D t' 8 at
'.' Avet ui Miami Beach,
In rejrtster aald
il Clerk nt th. Circuit
''. ui I of I'."]' I'nun i i' da
Dona I n i, r\i ,i;k.
D D S l' v ., FI. .1 i 'orporation
1.1 iminaI D s'i:.;i:\i...i:k.
i'
FRi >MHKRi. PRi 'MP.KIi.;
A Ri ITH P v
i ..I... for
DON'AI D S1BOENIM RF,
P I s p V
I .'-. .-. I 1-1
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No 69-6579
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p ...
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NOTICF O"^ SU'*-
EPCARDO II .' vl.i: v I I IS V.
Carbal loaa
s vv
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m.i vi: i, BRERY Ni ITIPIED that
. | i filed
. I, ii i required to
crve a ir ii 'iit.ii ,. on t-'l I "iT 1. Mill BR,
I I it tome)
pin 11 i .
s \\ pti street v. laml, Ploi da
Ihi I with thi
nf thi abov. 'i ii' on
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' you
relief .t. mandi .1 In the afora-

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rbnistflcridiar
Friday. April 25 .369
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HERBI1Y CIVEN lhal
il,'.- underelKned, d.-wlrta* nTa*a '",
xss.- IATED HOPTHBRN KW I Kl-
TIES ftl ''" ^ v"h s"''' rllulean.
FKrtU Mtoiwi ...-': *f ;:"';.:
v>ilh tke Clerk of Ifc* Ircun "
ol i>.iil. County, Florida.
LEONARD KAl-l-Al'.'UT
.;i-. >ROE i: RICHARDS
JOSEPH IRMA1.1A
| 8IPNBV LAN''.
JAMES .1 KCOBI
HUBERT SWEENEY
I'M I. F Hh'liS
.HAH1 BS U MICKS
OBOROH u RICHARDS
\ lorne] for ,\ i.i.|i.;.ni s
li:. S.\Y. lsi Sir.-, i ft 5 S-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
notice 18 HERKltY <;i\i:n tn.it
ih. underabjned. denlrlpi to ">****
In hmnnem under M>- fletltlou* im
,} i:\ki-i \ CTTOO himI ih.- fi.titi-.u~
',,. ...I...IAN SALAZAH ,. HITS
8iv 4i>th street, Miami, Pitt "> the
unincorporated area of Dade county.
Klorlda Lntenda r<-sist.r ntld nm
with lh.- Clerk 0( tka ''ir.iiil < 0rl
..f lhiHr County. Florida
l.ll.l IAN C.AI1CIA.
Hole Proprietor
BERNARD P OOLDFARB
Ailot-iuy :il I-i
Suli.
': n.vv. :Tih Avenuu
Attorney for
Lillian Oar, ia ^ |8J. (
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-6147
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 .. i\'\' A I KA DAT,
Plaintiff,
\ i
T||i I.MAS M DAY,
I..'.-..hint
Ti I T1I>MAS M DAI
EAST CKNTRAL
INVESTMENT
II IMPANY INC
L'-'l South Lincoln way
North Aurora, lllinoi*
You THl 'MAS M I1AY in hen
I., notified thai i n 'I Fomniainl
i..r Dlvon ha been fill -I aalnl u
.1 >-..u an n nuin il I
of veur *n*u r PI...... '
mnl ihe 1
UITH II II HESS
I: -. Iloul.....I Mlal '
I file the orlf I r P
the offli-i f the Clem
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f Mdj ,...' ii
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T IC F UNOCR
F"CTlTIO>'S NAVE LAW
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MtTHPR I' DBCKEIJm" KN
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\t.l-ll vl: IXC dbn Al.l-MAH
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82781-A
In RE Ratals -
ISII" 'It SAI'IKSTKIN
""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. U| Credltora and AH Peraonr. lta-
nn i-iaim- or UmimimIi al-;m,h Bain
''\';'.!,' .,., herein notified and rei|llr
..,! i,. pram ... anj i-lalm- and ilenn
which you ma) have ajwlnai tin -.
,;, of ISIIH.I: SAI'IUSTI.IN .:..
int.- ,.i iJadi Coonty. rlorhla '" '
!"mnt} Judge, ol in.....uji>
file ih. aaroi In duiilleate and a* pro
,l. a in Se.lion TM l. Klrida Ma-
,u..-. In their offl.-eH in till ''"'>
,-,.urti,..u-. in Had. Cou.it} 'i"";-
within >. .al.ii.l..i moiulu i";"' in-
,,......r the flrat publli atl- ii hereor,
,,r Hi. -.11111. "Ml he harred.
Dated at Ulami, Pturkla. thu lu
day .-f April, a |. IMW
SAl.VKSAIMCSTKIN
A- AomlnlatralrlK
Ktral pnhlk-allon "f lhl noil. on
Hi. _-.-.tli day of April, i'."'
TAI.IANi'KI- A W Al.l Kit
Attorney i"> Admlnlatralrli
ISA Lin. i-hi Koad,
Mi..in, Uearb. Plorltta ^ ....,.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M.'ii.K is m.nKin tll\l-:.\ that
he underxlKiod. ile.-lriiifc- la ellBKB" III
i.u-ii,., under H" n.tiii-o- "',,"..l'.
llt'TEM. TRAVKL <-t >S"Sl I.Tan I .-
:,i Cariuln. Bldn .....I N K U..th 81-
So Miami. Ki"ii"i:i IntanuJi '' reinter
-iii.l num. with Ho ''l.rk .-1 lh; III
.-mi I "our I id l'.i-i- 'u'liv. l-l.-M'l.
.1..IIN A 111 TI.Kit
4 ;:. : : II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTlii: is MKRRBT tllVRX "'!
the uiMeralaned. denlriii* '- enpiici in
l.uolnewi under the fl.tUlou num.- (
IlilTHENBBKtl and UllEB.N al '-"
l,in...lii lload. Miami Hem*. Kla
., ,,, ,i to n n-'' aald name
with the Clerlt of 'h* Clwull Courl
..f |>ade t'ounty, Klorlda
C -1 HENItEltii ..'"I CRBRN P v
Rj Morton Rothenherr, Prealdent
,-i Mi'i: i. r.i'-HKl.
Ki iTHBNHBRti i GRBB.N P v
VT !. ..M. ." t"T
IS \\ Kl.iu-I.- SI
Miami. Kla.
!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M iTICE IS HBRKin
the un.h
ii- ii '
KI.EIN N.....HE Hid Kl INK '
11 :
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Kl BIN \.....RE .1 Kl INK I" \
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Mtol
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In KK Ratal'"'
I-|:|.;i, SBI > lh.
"" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t vn rre.litnrii ai .1 Ml I'-i-""- rla
,',. ."...;, or Demand- A.nTr,- Said
BYo!T hereb) nollHed ..i,.i '"' '
...M.",,',,-,,!! ..ni rlalmr and Mm**
sjk "''"KiTriD sss-irrua
i .' ., ,.,..!. County, n-ri.l:. the
,.., ,i,. ..,n.. n ilutilli all and a* or.
I.I "i ,'1'","1'1 >"
.--. in lh. Count] .-...i"i;- '
|.,.l.. .-....".> I'l.'M'l. "Ml"" '
,,,., publication hereof, ot i am
wn.Ve"d,,rMiami, ....li.. iM
,1 ., of inrll. il' "'
kl mvi: m 1-mi.i.irs
A- Btteoutrlx
pirat puMI.-all i -f ""- """....."
I he '.if> rtnv .f Mt-i li '
IIKRMA.N ii'MI'.N. i:-^1.'
\tloi n. i for i:\- ulrl*
,::,".u t*onjrrem Rldg ,v.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82600-A
l-i i:i: Et Hi "'
K i\'VIE MBRNARD
1 >. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.- Ml rreditorr and All Peraonn Hay-
|na i-ii,,n>- or Demand* Aitaluel Bald
Rftiit.
Y"u ,." hereby not "1 .- "'"-
..I m preaenl mn l.-um- and demna.1*
whirh you n, i> havi acalnfit thi
I,,,, of KANNIK MKRN MD '"-------------'
,, i mile .'"Univ. Plmida, "'
.- u"'> Judi of Dad. .' m t>
ri'. ih. Mime ". .Iii'i".'- and a nm-
v ,i. a s.. lion : '" KI.ti.i.. si i-
nit. -. In ih- Ir << '- In >>>
,... n .. in Dade County, PI'
within mx calendar month* from the
lime "( the i.r-t publication here, f
or the in. u ill h. hai r. .1
!. iii .1 lit Miami i''"M.l.' Ihb
,la\ of \|.-'i \ 1' -------
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it......' thin
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NOTICE '.JNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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MAKluN 1 i: '
COUNTY IhPCHANCERY.
NO -10
SUIT FO DIVORCE
i.,si: i.i's iiivm '
Plaintiff*
VBNBRAXnA CABRRRA BI.AX1
Defendant
t. V1" V Ell \ M v
i*sam
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1 _.. .. |, ,11 I* l.ul'"t"'l oil.
, ,' JEWISH iSoRIIMAN
,nr2rsB AND t.RDBRBD al Miami
Kl!.rl.h. llV IH" ''- 'f A"r! A"
'";" i- |! I.RATHKRV N ." .
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HKRRKRTTRM BR KW
\ v for I'l
A Iflll ST- I
Miami n.i"i. _..,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAva
NOTICB IS I1BKBHY i;i\ i
/-/ i:i'\\ \m. m:wit7
BDW A III. KKAVITZ
PALI IT, P IPPRI.I ||i >i:\\
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Ai lornej v f,.r p}d ard K
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m in i-i". .1.. nm
4/1
No. 6* St-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ji.iin vsT-ii:i:
II .muff.
IHi BX CASTORR
I>,.'. ...Imi
Ti HIM BN \- i. Ha;
Kkori P ii
Hi. ikh
V-u IIBJ.BN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CM NO. 4V4J.S4M
TII"M \< TM M M-;l.
I'
MARTI OP R TAI MAl"i
" '' NOTICE OF SUIT
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for lov.r.. .,., ...
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....X f \ ..(|r \.i. .. r I-.
Bill of < <.,.!,.
nfr. altornera, .:. i
NEC. P A Iiw .-.. ,1 \x u
KbirMUi -'*-. .....I Hie lh. --T'
.r r |-l... | ..c ,., ., *
i-U-rk ..f lh. I' r. nil '
r, n !.. IC day oi
fall ... do -.
ii i iken ."..
lief .Ii in.in.I..I Iii thi
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i.T!<'K is HBRBRY niVBN i
lh.. iio.l. r-ii-n. ,1. .l.'-irinir In .in
in l.ii- -^ under the flrtltli u
..f Sl"/V ij al 14132 s Dlle II
way Intendu i" reaiater nald n
with the '"Ik ..' '" .-Ir.-uli i'
of Dada County, norlda
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NOTICE Or APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File No. 68-A-150S
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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Dad* County. Florida
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N"THK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
tne undersigned, dealrlnt to enraai
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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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-S749
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN \l ITTHEW RANPERSON
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CUP
31
LIMIT OWE JAR. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE. EXCLUMRG CIGARETTES
FOOD FAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE CHEESE
SAVE 6c FOOD FAIR ^^""^"^""
Cream Cheese '" 29c
GOLD O'CORN PURE ^^
Corn Oil Margarine pice 29c
LUM'S
Famous Hot Dogs............. 49c
ALPS IMPORTED AUSTRIAN
Sliced Swiss Cheese pkc 39c
MASTER'S
Soar Half & Half c0/29c
ALL DARK
MEAT
SAVE 60< IB FRESHLY CHUBS'
Smoked Baby Whitefish
SAVf /< U INTERNA'lONAl KOSHER -|i{
Franks-Knocks-Specials 99
SAVE I0< LB OiD FASHION
Wide Bologna
SA/T: /8< IB _.
Lean Pastrami -89
WISCONSIN FINEST Art:
Domestic Swiss Cheese
39'
79s
69:
Schmaltz Herring
21- OZ. GIANT CAN spec, pack
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