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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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:
May 8, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
43 Number 19
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH V/UKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, May 8. 1970
FOUR SECTIONS Price 2'.-
Conference Of Presidents Calls For Prompt Action
k Y"RK UTAI Dr.
E y VVexler, chairman of
, nee of Presidents of
L rican Jewish Organi-
fc, is called <>n the- Nixon
- ration to make the jets
arms Israel has askeil
L lo buy available im-
| in view of the "direct
I to! the Soviet Union
K rig UP the Middle Hast
Be v.ed Knssla's provocative
linn in installing a network of
_,i,. baste In Egypt, dfefpateh-
thoUMiade of troops there
. sending planes and pilots to
operational missions in Egypt
created "drumatlc chance
[the military balance" in the
Idril.' last.
S ivfc ts have not only
the Atab r>fusal to
|d race, but have provid- '1
.:> force necessary for
^ to undertake Intensified
i s, by this action." Dr.
iv : said. "Our government's
L that it will supply addi-
p rcraft and other mate-
i ii I to Israel if the situation re-
quires, sho.ad be n di i med now,"
he said.
White House press secretary
Ronald Ziegler told newsmen
last week thai President Nixon
had ordered an Immediate and
full review and evaluation of
all intelligence reports and th< ir
implications regarding the stra-
tegic arms balance in the Mid-
dle East. He reiterated that the
d( cision on Israel's request for
additional Phantoms had been a
temporary one. and that the
President had emphasized that
the military balance would be
watched closely.
T"ie Presidents' Conference
was gratified by President Nix-
en's order. l>r. Wcvlcr said, and
hopes that an early decision will
lie made to supply the defense
materiel Israel has requested.
Israel Cabinel Minister Leon
D ill -in. tri asurer of the Ji wish
\ ia is in New York on
;> thn e-week speaking tour for
tin Unit d Jewish App< al, told
Continued on Page U-A
Cabinet Meets In Special Session
By Special i.eport
;ERUSALEM Israel's Cabinet was edited into special
[session Wednesday night after minority members of the
[coalition government demanded an explanation of Foreign
IM.r.ister Abba Eban's statement on the nation's peace in-
tentions. A healed debate has developed in the wake ci
IMr. Eban's statement made to a meeting of the Jerusalem
Labor Council this week. "In our quest for peace. Israel will
[make concessions which will startle the world," he said.
In the United States Wednesday, CPS New report?'1.
Ih its sources indicate the President is beinq strongly
I by Congress to make arms available to Israel, and
in view of Russian pilot involvement in Egypt, it is
v Israel's request will be approved by the White House
.9 of America's additional burden in Cambodia.
Soviet Aid Could Turn
Egypt Into A Vassal
State, Allon Warns
Premier Vlgal Allon
ii d thai Egypt has at
i mi ch i ason to be w i -
I) ; Sovii i ii era piloting
|i linn i Ian i as Israel do* s
|l ol the Sovk t involve-
|i >nt inui >. the day is not
|: hi i: l'ti sident Nass r
[v me a puppet of the
11- tns.
- akins at the annual soring
oi leaden of Galilee
nities, Gen. Allon add d
I that the doctrine propounded by
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev
I'hnt the Soviet I'nion is entitled
I tu intervene in the affairs of
I dependent states might be ap-
] plied to Egypt.
r>elating that sometimes the
N ts enter a country "with-
"d an invitation"- as in the in-
n of Czechoslovakia and
April Costly Month In
Battle Casualties
TEL AVIV UTAi April
was one Ol Isr.n I's costliest
mi nths to date in terms of battle
casualties, a military spokesman
has disclost d. He said 31 soldiers
were killed, compared to 16 in
March, and there were <>60 inci-
dents along the Egyptian line,
compared to 516 the previous
month.
In the past two weeks. 27 Is-
raeli soldi) is have been killed
and til wounded in intensified
fighting in the canal zone. (In
ii lation to total population, 27
fatalities for Israel is equivalent
to America losing 2,400 military
men, observers noted, i
righting on the borders has
been intensitied. and infiltration
attempts increased due to the
approach of Independence Day.
the spokesman said. The nation
will celebrate the 22nd anntver-
sar> of its founding on Monday.
A decrease in border incidents
on bordi is other than the Suez
was noted 380 in April, com-
pared to 474 in March, but
Egyptian artillery attacks in-
creased sharply, and a number
of Isiaeli positions absorbed as
many as 1.000 shells within 1'2
hours.
Israeli forces ki'lrd 21 F!
Fatah guerrillas in the Jordan
Valley n< ar Nahal Meholah Sun-
day night, inflicting the heavicsl
casualties (ver taken by a guer-
rilla force in a single battle. De-
scribing the battle, a military
spokesman said an unusual y
ge band of guerrillas was de-
tected crossing the river in1
Israeli-occupied territory. After
a heavy exchange of fire at close
range. 21 bodies in El Fatah uni-
forms wi re counted, plus many
hand grenades, explosives and
rifles. The guerrillas were be-
lieved to be en a mission to
commit sabotage during Isra< I's
Independence Day celebrations
next week.
Also on Sunday, an Egyptian
raiding party planted Katyusha
locket launchers in the hull of
0 partly sunken boat a few
yards off the beach near A Tur
on the east shore of the Gulf of
Suez. They were equipped with
timing devices, and after a -
lies of explosions were heard
ihe launchers were found and
dismantled by the Israelis. No
casualties were reported. (The
Katyusha rocket launcher is a
Russian-made weapon favored
by Arab guerrillas because of its
light weight and mobility.)
A hand grenade thrown at a
car in a Nablus street Tin
injured an Israeli |x>liccman and
.-. local Arab when it exploded.
Two Arab women were killed
by hand grenades in Rafah. in
the southern Ga/.a Strip, and an
Arab man lost his life when a
grenade was thrown at a bus
loaded with workers Sunday in
Gaza. Nine others were injured.
An explosive charge was ai~"
detonated Sunday in Gaza's Ber.i
Souheiler High School, but no
one was injured.
'Israel Will Not Run From
Soviets' Mrs. Meir Declares
sometimes when a nati n's l( a I-
, re ssue an invitation in a n -
... | ,,: weakness, as in Egj
,;. | a Ion said, "Once the S
. i into a countr '.the;
an in no hurrj to get out.'
\;,. K r a parcntly i'
, .. his people and his
, ;, to a foreign |
| | than conclude an h I
;.. ace with Israel.
In Moscow last weekend, U.S.
A ibas........' Jacob D. Beam pre-
sent.,! 10 Soviet Officials the
Nixon administration's expres-
, Ion of grave concern over the
Mideast situation. Diplomatic
Circles m London, meanwhile.
were speculating whether the
Soviet government would ass
t; is. action in Cambodia tu
justify their intervention In
Egyi t-
I i INDt >N (JTAi In an in-
.-. \. with Alan Hart on the
I BC world affairs program
; rama." M rnday right. Is-
i r*ri nit r Golda Meir de-
i (an .: il lsra 1 is confronted by
di ,i S vii t military inti rvi na-
tion in Egypt. "We won't run."
"II Israel has to fight the
K issiana," she said, "it is their
chl :. : tie > have decided to jiin
a tight that has nothing tc do
with them. Anybodj who stands
there against us and wishes to
destroy US, whatever his na-
tionality, is an enemy racing us
in battle and we won't run,"
he saiii.
When Mr. Hart asked her if
Israel did not bring on Russ an
int. rvention by destroying i
much ol the equipment they had
lied to Egypt, Mis. Mi Ir n -
Ii, ; acidi Poor Russi
., Egyi t all that hard-
war ;; iw :.' exactly what
. wanti d to do with it."
When Mr. Hart suggested that
continued Israeli attacks on
Egypt might lead to a Big Pow-
er confrontation In the Middle
East, ':r-. Meir replied, "That
may be true, but what is Israel
supposed to do to avoid humili-
ating t';e Russians and Egyp-
tians and save the Hig Towers
from embarrassment'? Conveni-
ently pass out of this world-.' If
that's expected, our friends had
better understand that the peo-
ple of Israel have no intention
whatsoever of accommodating
anybody by giving up its lire or
its sovereignty."
Israelis did not go to Russia
to fight Russian pilots. Mn
M< ii Said it is Russians who
ar" stationed in Egypt. A
while Israel is not fighting a
with Russia, it will fight
. ainsl anybi dy on
Jordanian or Syrian -
i fights us. sh. continued.
Asked if Israel is countinf
A -1 lican aid. Israel's Prin (
Minister ri plied "We don'1 > x-
ect any country to send aa
. just for our survival.
. ssians being in the area is not
isi an Isra< ii problem, but will
: a\1 to be solved by tin
p( u, rs thi ms. Ives. What I
- sking ol her friends is the
,. for -' If-defense."
'Nasser Is Trying To Frighten
The World* Eban Declares
JERUSALEM (JTA) R
t rring to a speech made by
I'r. sident Gamal Abdel Nassi i
ci Egypt, Israel's Foreign Mil is-
li i a'i ba Khar, declared thai he
v as trying to frighten the world
int i holding bark support for Is-
ra ..
Col. Nass r still hi pes I
out his plans to desti .
. wnii i he announc I
; Mr. Eban remai I
. timi with Sc\iet i
His speech made it clear t
si who still need proof that
, ,. res] onsibli for the
tinued met In the Middli
- Declaring that today's
ciasi -fin li e are the result ol
I as( Vrab aggression, the For-
Ministi i accused President
Nasser of keeping Israel's desin
;,.-, a negotiated settlement from
t!a Egyptian people.
The Egyptian leader, in an
addri ss made to workers at a
Maj Day rally on the site of
8 factory hit by Israeli bombs a
month ago. claimed that Egyp-
tian forces had regained the
initiative against Israel and
threatened that Egypt would
strike at civilian centers if n -
essary. He ridiculed, but did n '
deny Isra< I's report that Sovi t
ili i- were flying missions o\ r
I | m Egyptian planes. De-
b, ribing the report as "a g
corned..,' he said. "The Sovi I
i n is not helping us t >
I aggn ssion. The Sovi '
i- hi Iping us to lib
Is Our righl to libi
.. | is i. gitimati ."
Afti : stating, i pledge I i
Presidi nt Nixon we have i I
I do oi America
. irci Col. Nasser warned that
United States supplied
on aircraft to Isra I, "she w II
, on the Arabs an irrevoc-
. position, one that would
,i Arab-American relations
H years."
Oafure \Jo tjtrael


Paoe 2-A
*Je1sti florkfton
v
Mr. and Mrs. Popick
'Couple Of The Year'
Mi and Mrs. Jack S. Popick,
i ninenl It adi ra In many local
and national endeavors tor Israel,
will >non d at 'Couple "i t in -
\ ir" .ii the community-wide Is-
Mr. Popick will l*' the recipient
i the Ji rusah m Fn edom Award,
Mr. Albert said, while Mr Popteh
will reci Ive the Woman >! Va "i
\ward, Hie highosl honor whichj
TH and JACK $. POPICK
r Day Dinner in
It* F" ntuinebk au Hott 1 Saturday,
Max
- M Albert, rnairman ol
the Israi l Bond Organization, wh i
d til sv rd noted Kit -
tine tribute will be paid to Jack
and Ruth Popick foi Hie leader-
ship and inspiration which they
) i :v< n in behalf <>f Israi
I nds :: ;i national as well u a
. I, Tii< : e are fem areas in
fsrael's philanthropic, educational
and cultural development which
' ,. not been lerved b> their ded-
ication In paying tribute to them,
Israi ., ii ibute to the com-
m :> ol Miami far us note-
worthy i. I'- of leadership m thi
lent of Israel through the
'-'a< l Bond program."
Stati I il can confi i upon
w man.
A : i>i m< r chaii man "f th< board
i;. ati r Miami' Israel Bond Or-
u .. at ion, Mi Popick, who has
.i m. mix i ol the 1st a< l Bond
ini ation's national board ol
owrnors since l *>_'. i^ a Golden
t.-. ol 1>: B< I and was till III St
;' i liiian tu n .-. ive the I -
Prime Minister's Medallion, an
.a rd Hi, i n him in 1966
Mr and Mi PopicK nai e bei n
rominent in roles >t leadership in
b hall "f the Hebrew University
ii Jerusak m. Mr Popick, who is
i member of its board f gover-
rs, also si n s as national via
resident >! ihc American Friends
.if the Hebrew University. Thel
couple has aiao given outstanding
leadership and support t.> thi
i.chnion in Haifa, Yosliiva l"ni-
rerstty anil the Jewish TTieolog-
teal Sciitmai> of Ain.iu-a. Hum
a inch he h.is reo Ived the Conunu*
,i, Si i vie Award.
A vice president of Temple
.1 |, Mr. Popick is ate a (
im mbi i iii th Hi bn Acadt mj 's
N,, eommittei and the eec-
commltti i 'i the Isi ,t"l His
tidrul Council ol South Florida.
Ho has rved as ochali man <>f
Sal ional Confi i nee ol tin
in Histadrul I>- velopment
si \ ice pn s.
,,;, nt ol South I
Mi | Irs P i li k i'i i iiiiiii-
I rs of tin Ji ish
i Si ci
mbi r of 11
1963. He also n lh
:. t liami Ji wish
I
i i la
foi
",.- i Miami Mi
il the B
nl i Hi
Pn -I'll i

. B'rith.
\ ni the President's
i 'ommltti to \ '. '" Handi-
capped, Mr. Popick, who is presi-
ol Mei hank Uniform Serv-
Ici .".as !' n th l| it nf thi
Mai k A Light A ird In n i
lion i 'us ai I tu tin handicapped,
was w mi' i nl the t lovei I
Committa of Florida Aid to the
llandicappt d \> hk \ nv nt Am
Hi is i member <>f the Mediter-
ranean Congress ol Culture found-
i by iiii i.it Mis Eleanor Roow -
wit. and has been a member ol the
national board of tlv American-
Israel I'uiiii. Affairs Committa
..n,., i960
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May 3. 1970
+Jeist fhrMhm
Page 3-A
m marks Recipients
tf Medal Of Honor
i,; Mrs. Mavis Niwmaik. have praviftrd more than S200.000
I h religious and com- t<> the Kupal Holim and Hlstadrut
. will be the iv ii clinics and a synagogue in
Israel.
Mr, Ga/iih. who was to arrive
:-i Miami Beach Thursday night,
. rvcd as a scrgcahl in a combat
.n.ii during ih.' 1948-19 siege <>i
Jerusalem. He Joined Kupal Holim
immediately thereafter, am! was
director ol a medical clinic until
L9S4, when he he accepted a posi-
tion ns director of youth affairs
lor the Zionisi Organization of
Canada. He returned to Israel two
yi ars later to organize his coun-
Iry's lit;iii againsl infantile paraly-
sis, ami has served the Kupat
Holim. Israel's giant medical not-
ttn rk which operates some is hos-
pitals ami more lhan 1.000 medical
. nleis and clinics, for the past 12
, years,
MRS. MORKIS NtWMAKK
fust International Is-
Holim Medal of Honor,
n announced.
lazith of Israel, foreign
lirector of the Kupat
. make thi' presentation
uii al a luncheon in the
an Hotel, according to
neement made by Dr.
?i ssin, pi' sidenl ol tin
ladrut Council of South
Tribute will also be paid
( .vners and operators who
I:. I lib' Hlstadrut in its
Bit"" lie said.
wmark is treasurer of
hut Council and a na-
; ard member of the or-
n n. H and Mrs. Newmark
Mr. Gazith will remain in South
Florida for several days to launch
0 supplementary campaign for the
Histadrut-affiliated organization
which provides health services for
more than three-fourths of Israel's
population.
Spinoza Forum's Lecture? Schedule
Several prominent persons a re-
scheduled to lecture at the Spinoza
Forum tor Adult Education during
the month of May. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson is founder-chairman of
the group, which meets from 10
a in. to noon each Thursday in the
auditorium ol the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Avc.,
.Miami !? ach.
In Kannon Shcinman, an au-
thor anil lecturer was to be the
lit si speaker <>i the month; his
address was to be a discussion of
Ihe problems of the Middle East.
1'he Work of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith will be dis-
cussed by attorney Burnett Roth
on Thursday, May 14. A former
president of B'nai B'rith, Mr. Roth
is also served as a City Coun-
cilman.
Harold Shapiro, a former mayor
. the City <.t Miami Beach, will
" the guest lecturer on Thursday,
May 2]: author-l< cturer Sol Zitter
>-. ill speak on "Science in 1970"
i Thursday, May 28. A question and
answer period follows each lecture
and there is no admission charge.
DAVID GAZITH
Final Symphony Concert
Thi' season's final Miami Beach
Symphony concert will be held at
8 p.m. Sunday in the Miami Beach
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Friday, May 8. 1970
Number !9'
2 IYAR
"Israel... Hast Prevailed"
No matter what the situation, the Jew ha3 alwavs
?ound comfort and joy in his holy days. The estab'.ishment
should we say re-establishment?of the State of Israel
22 years ago was such a holy occasion and thus, on this
anniversary, clouded with war and trouble, we express our
gratitude and happiness for the fulfillment of a dream.
With Judah Halevi we believe that the land of Israel
:s a unique one, whose soil is impregnated with the endur-
ing quality of holiness. It is a strong land, made so not only
by the divine spark but by the indomitable Israel pioneers
who have settled their roots in ancestral soil and with great
determination, against great odds, refuse to be uprooted.
The very name of the land and its people speak of
its origin: "And He said. Thy name shall be called
Israel, for thou hast striven with God and men and thou
hast prevailed."
The spiritual boundaries of this small land extend far
beyond its borders, for those of us in galut are fortified and
enriched by its existence. The prophecy that "from Zion
shall go forth the Torah and the Word of the Lord from
Jerusalem" is now written large on all our lives. And this
we celebrate on thus great anniversary.
Counter-Force Needed To Defeat Bill
As far as can be determined, the organized Jewish
community is solidly opposed to proposals in Tallahassee
which would provide financial assistance to non-public
schools. This, of course, would include aid to religiously-
oriented schools and it is this featuie of the Hollahan Bill
which disturbs the Jewish community, historically opposed
to anything which smacks of church-state ties.
Not all of the community, of course, takes this view.
The Rabbinical Association debated the issue, but is still
divided on the question, it is the only major Jewish orqan-
ization which is not supporting the Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at this
point. While one cannot challenge the integrity of those
rabbis who take a stand again3t the traditional Jewish
position on this issue, it is quite obvious that the strongest
voices heard are of those who have schools which would
benefit financially if such a radical change in Florida edu-
cation were to take piece.
It would be wrong to view this as a Jewish-Christian
confrontation. Baptists. Methodists and other strong Protes-
tant bodies are carrying the fight against state aid to paro-
chial schools with great emotionalism, and have asked
Jews to participate in a united front-particularly in writing
letters to the Dade County delegation in the State Loqi;'c:
ture. The pro-slate aid forces are said to be Inundating the
legislators with mail, and a counter-force is needed if the
Hollahan Bill is to be defeated.
Action Can No Longer Be Avoided
Once arjam the Anti-Defamation League has served
the community well. Its latest report on racial and religious
discrimination as practiced by employment agencies re-
veals that three years after its last study was made public,
all but seven of the 29 agencies researched still discrim-
inate on the basis of both race and religiondisheartening
news, indeed.
It is hard to see how state and federal agencies whose
duty it is to uphold the Civil Rights Act of 1964 can now
avoid acting against these agencies to bring them into line,
and provide fair employment opportunities for all.
Comment
I suspect that th* sim ht>-
hum altitude shown by OUT local
media'* treatment of the story
affected the Supreme Court's
decision last week not to hear
the appeal to ban the lighted
cross which is a Christmas fix-
ture on the Hade County Court
House. Five yeirs ago it would
h ive been a big story: !* week
it was an inside job bare!)
noticeable.
The only thins that puzzles
me a bit anil I will let the
strict constitution, ktlsta worry
it was that the same
court week before upheld an
.i Supreme Ooui I decision
ruled In the oppoi I
!. that a large cross In i
city park In Eugene, Ore., vi >-
l ted th right* of non-Chri I u
and non-belkf**n (the
>f people who chatteng i
the Dale Court House policy'.
Or is it really time that our
highest court follow* the i
tkMI return*, one law for liberal
Oregon and another to placate
conservative Florida? Just pic-
tun the histicea discussing the
matter and one saying, casually,
Let's do something (or Cars-
well." And it was done.
It is. of course, import mt for
the American Civil Liberties
Union to continue doinc Its thing
and I would not have it other-
wise. But the fad i that th,*
cross, like Christmas, has today
very little religious relc. wee si
a holy symbol, just as religious
values generally seem to have
very little relevance for Ameri-
can lives
As one who is thoroughly in-
voked in institutionalized re-
ligion I do not view this turn of
events among the Christian
churches with any particular joy.
For what is1, happening in that
direction is also reflected in the
malaise which is affecting the
synagogue. Religious life in
America, as w knew it in th"
1950"s and lSkiO's. is coming ap-
art from sJl accounts and signs.
What is ahead would seam to he
anyone's guess, and the guess-
ing games are Iwing play.-d it
in the religious press, if anyone
is interested.
By now we know -primarily
from Will Herberg'a el issic b >k
P ltdslant-Cithoiic-J-w' th it
a- Jews received full acceptance
in American society in the .vis
the- f-'ll into the religious na-
tional pattern by ifl
the tj in unpr redented
Bui ai P> Daniel .1
i:ii/jr has pointed out in i re-
cent article, "while the ayna-
may aim ide the opp >r
tunity for celebration of the
rites of passage, they are really
only service centers for
activities. However, h adds
"Tin ir members use their I
ties (from the pulpt to the
social hall' in essentially pri-
vate ways, not as part of i
c mgreg itkm,"
Prof. Kla/.ar grants that this
Jewish "adaptation'" to the en-
\ ronment was successful in the
maintenance of commuival exis-
tence, hut he maintains th it
Studies show "an essential!
tale of growing weakness in the
substantive quality of Jewish
life at a time when the super-
structure of Jewish affilation his
r-ached a peak I think h" is
little late in this latter obser-
vation, for Jewish affiliation,
like Christian affiliation, peak. 1
two or thr*e years ago. For all
denominations, if substantive-
new con i>e measured in pan by
by EDWARDcoJ
** wsftirJ
^nh,!iS>|
. Another import^ -J
over-all increase o! gT^'
over 1968 but f,)r ^'*,
"'-n ret sun,:
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the ''il corr.iiuiKrj4
lews ii ~:amatB\
synagogue b ttts>
nization -its fssc
cann it be I iken lieluiybj*
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(Thi. is the flrt of I *l
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1910'. lM>ondl.
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH
ALSOP
TEL AVIV The new S I
threat to Israel hi- now (>.-.
unhappily confirmed in the n
menacing possible m umer Ruee
iqu idroms of Soviet fighter-
- are already present in
Egypt. Hying MIC. 21s In a
comb it to "ass ire the full
air defense of Egyptian terri-
tory "
The phrase in quotation'. bor
iwi I fi .in an American intelli-
irce summing up the
ic'sting, unite novel Soviet com-
mitment to Egypt. The presenci
of th" Soviet fightcr-pi'ots ftts
| 'I) with this American ln-
ss it also fit- the Is-
WRTTB*S wthesky
(wKvA^-l INOeFCNDCMCC DAY)
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fJenisti ttorUtixn
Page 5-A.
.|Ff Campaign's Cash Collections At An All-Time High
nymenl to the Combined
I al terael Emergency
i l,iit-ii reached an all-
[ iim tin; .first qKter
y as i e< ti announcV-il. a
- >19.259, representing a
as< ovej the Just llm(
t 1969, as collected.
this amount. $835,151 was
jik'.l for the CJA, while the
[,,, Ived SCSI.108. According
I. irterly report, even the
tolUction during the summer
67 just after the Six-Day
ernity Holds Waikathon
|f Cit> "f Hialeah proclaimed
25 Phi IVIta Theta Day"
In rs and pledget from the
, at the University of
L ,| thi ir fifth annual
|[ there for the benefit
ilar Dystrophy Asso-
< ri Ami lica. Ilrant Ward
[., day chairman; some
I n | articipated in the
L-: ivent, proceeds of which
|l- l in the local patient
i.im of the Dade-
, County Chapter and an
siv i is, arch program con-
the organization.
War was sin passed.
Robert R useU, general chair-
man of the CJA-IEF drive, in m.
thai payment of pledges be accel-
ral 'I s, thai the community car
continue to meet its i bligatiom
promptly and in (ulL The.monirs
collected by the i omblned Jewish
Appeal are distributed among -in
local, national and overseas agen-
cies, including the United Jewish
App, ai. Pledges and payments to
the IEF are earmarked for Israel's
emergency needs.
The Budget Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
a presently studying the needs of
all beneficiary agencies and will
tJ< cide upi n the distribution of the
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Handelman Gifts Conference Of Presidents (.alls For AC|
Aid Dropsie, U-M
Dr. Abraham Kttsh, president
of Dropsie University i PhllaA I-
ptaia has announced the receipt of
n Rift from Mr. ami Mrs. Jo ptl
Handleman ol Miami B ach and
Detroit, Mich., tor the purpose ol
establishing o nter for ili<- study
oi communication ol man's hu-
manity at lhat post-graduate in-
stitu) ion
"The J' aeph I S ly Handle-
i in O nt r m ill 11 search the role
\ hich commui ications pla
i ...... in's si arch toi
I i K itsh's announce-
ment said I i I
sii who v. ill si id) foi theii doc-
t thi Handleman
( ...
of I
i 11 I atti-
i ii n latcs to
l -. ind Jew ish
Mrs. Hai i. who
i ak< Mi. ii hen-,, in Mi urti dui
i i winter monlhs, nc ntly tnad<
,i i in .', i] to r it.
of Miami w
c si ction ol ai
[or its S, iool ol I hi b lild-
i h bcs thi Hai in Insti-
i f Recorded S nd ning
rooms in archivi brarj I the
l f music's rei
ik w I'-M facilitj i- i
i s an itn| m .t tanl ste|
I ship in thi el s|h'-
sts :: ihe art "i recoi
i nded on the belli l that
iccorded Ktensioi
: i Id art but ;t whole m
i nd structui ing ^i m
Until his ri tin monl in 1967, Mr.
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chairman ol th< board iHeman Company, a lvtroit-basi-d
n:m which merchandises phono-
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A penei ntrib ;t"i to Is
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; the CJ \-U F of lit
G Li Mian i .1 wi in K> 'l* ration
i ils contributed funds for
i stahlishn ent t .i langi
ii( HilU l Daj School in
, i.k Hit) which will i"
ii dicati ii this Bumnv r.
Dropsie i University, which is cur-
ntlj ->i .. i \ ii ; its 60th annivi i -
iarj is i gradual! school devoted
-,.i> to granting doctoral
:. i in Hebrew and Semitic
studies, education and thi- Middli
i ast
t( oiitiiui.-.l from Pane I)
on audience Mi nday that Pratt-
rletrl Nasser's reply to Israel's
charge that Russian pilots are
now operating actively in Egypt
was "a Machiavellian ploy to
ivadc tiii issue by neither de-
nying nor confirming it," and
warned the government and the
people "f the United States not
to underestimate this develop-
nii nt.
The escalation ol the war In
the Middle East by the Russiai
repres nts a thi at not only to
isi.u i. but in the n tl oi thi In i
woi Ul," Mr I 'ii.'. in said "Isi a< I
asking tor soldiers, or lor
pers ma I sa< llici s, Imt lor suf-
tieii-nt amis so that we ean con-
tinue to defend ourselves. For
Israel this is not a fiht over
borders or territories, hut for
its wry right to existence and
psaci
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said tin British government is
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of Israel's claims that Soviet
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^Jknisti fk>rid/for?
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ran I* Named To Health Council
Cowan l-.-is been' named
Claude U. Kirk Jr. to
two-year t.rm on the
1^
i
IRVING COWAN
|i, Hi alth Advisory Council.
i ol Hollywood, Mr.
n sidenl "1 the Diplo-
Ih-sorts and Country Club,
iii' u! the board of Royal
[r Colony, Inc., and the
a nei ol Sea Air Towers.
ip irtment building ad-
thi Diplomat Hotel,
ti rested in civic and
linit\ affairs. Mr. Cowan is
a founder of Mount Sinai Hospital
and lias senvd on the board ol
UJi\Ctors ol Nova University, He
was recently honored for ins out*
standing walk nii the Lehman
' >a> ScbQcl, Miami Bi ach. and :iLv
arflvi ly supports the Jonas Saflk
stiti te and St. Jutii Children's
ch HoS| ital
(So\. Kirk chai '.'i (I Mr. < 'owan
itli the responsibility ol render-
"can ful al\ ice and assistance
in the development of plans lor
i me Improvement ol Florida's
hi all h care system."
!?:il>!>is To Head
Summer Day Camp
Men.ishe Hirsch, president ol
Dholei Torah Day School, has an-
nounced the reappointmenl ol
Rabbi Abraham Blesotsky, a noted
teacher and youth director, as di-
ii ctor of its day camp.
1
Serving as head counselor for
e camp iii be Rabbi David
Shapiro, who has served at camps
,m the Catskills for the past ten
i ars.
Temple Judea Sets
Bond Dinner Plans
Plans foi th: annual Temple
liulea -Israel Dlnm r of State to i
; i held in the temple's social hall <
Saturday i vening, Ma 13, were
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Committee of Hosts ii me
ol Mr. and Mrs. Rii laid Horn ii :.
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
Like 'A Little Pregnant*
A 'Little Anti-Semitism'
IJMTOR, T^e MM Flnrldian:
A little anti-Semitism has a^-
\ been i!> < med neo ssary to
Jewish survival. Unfortunately, "a
] anti-Semitism" is like a lit -
i regnant" in that once the seed
i es to lif' thf process of halt-
is development becomes dlffi-
, However, it is the bitter spice
i- j. wish life winch gives it an
awareness ol an identity.
n in signs developing here
j, in Europe which arc (ami kar
s -posts pointing to i>ast events
h Jewish history signs which arc
1h predestined journey toward
t. -t< r.
Aft< r two thousand years of al-
leged 'peace on Earth.' ami 'Love
thy Neighbor,' a small nation
from out of the dIimmI ani
as i of its people; born in tur-
i I, and filled with strife a
rtl ge, although a doubtful one In
ristian world desiring Moslem
Israel, the home of International
J. wry. was born out of torture.
th< 'tench of concentration cam;*,
out of the blood of six million
ii cents. The valiants who de-
ft i : Israel were born out of need
necessity in a world of vio-
lence filled with resentment to-
ward them, and one which deems
tin people ol Israel expendable in
; < onomic society.
Tl Western world, in refusing
to recognize its mural obligations
i is free nation a nation le Ii-
caud to religious and political
freedom, will someday have cause
io regret its bigoted and material-
istic policies, for the Lord "still
His people, while He tn. s
them irely.
KI.I B. OJUEEXE
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Kloriilian
has i>e>n reversed. The
: i ol casino imbllng at the
polls has far-reaching imiiho.it
It means that people are !>egin-
nin to realise thai s good m >i
itmosphere is more important
than the material benefits of
: n inci .'. expediency.
Thursday's vote on Miami Beach
was in adult version of a Rail)
for Decency. And this trend will
hopefully lead to a cleanup In
the area of pornographic movie
houses and smut peddlers
I indeed feel a renewed ronfi-
rlcnce in the moral steadfastness
of our citizens.
Rabbi Phiiies* A. Wehermaii
R. I. Club Honors Mothers
The Rhode Island Club of Great-
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Pay iiroKram for their last meet-
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in the Washington Federal Audi-
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Miami Heach. Irvin Cohn. presl-
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Ly, May 8, 1970
,ocal Delegates To Attend
Educational Conference
vJenisti fir rMian
Page 9-A
h,,, si niinc Miami at the sixth l
,n;,i Conference on Jewish
Tat mil at Grossingcr's Hotel in
Y0rk May 14-17 will be Mr. :
iMiv Leonard Zilbert. Mr. and
Sidney Slegel and Dr. Louis'
^arbman and Herbert Zvi
,,. Mr. Zllberl serves the Bu-
fof Jewish Education as presi-
Pr. Schwartzman and Mr.
fc-r are its executive director
Toss,, iate director.
L : the Conference, which
tons rrd by the American As-
Xtion for Jewish Education,
C I due Itlon and the Con-
[ the J> W." The sessions
ide four workshops and
[final discussion groups, and j
krtai.i recommendattowi are i
L.t,,i from each after thorough j
oral
I .1 Klutznick is chairman
|th- Conference; participating
i, national congregational
s. all agencies engaged in ed-
it work, central agencies
I 43 community Jewish federa-
and welfare funds, youth
and members of college
kltii -
at. si developments in such
kal studies, parent education,
as Jewish education, camp-
Fi ili rations diu-ation relation-
Pile Treatment
forks Wonders For
California Couple
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TOf H-'iiorrhoid Tissues Caused
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lacramento, CaL Mrs. C. Arnold
this city repor's: "I simply
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irink swollen tissues of hemor-
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om pain and burning itch in
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ships, teaching values, civics and
idult education and Hi br< m
uacher colleges will be discussed.
Dr. Schwartzman and Mr.
Berger will also participate in
in- 44th annual conference of the
.National Council of Jewish lidura-
tion. which will begin May 17. at
the close of the National Confer-
ence, for a four-day session in the
same location. Professional edu-
cators from all over the country
will meet through May 21) for dis-
cussions on the topic ol How
shall Jewish Education Be Re-
designed?"
Double Purpose In
The gala dinner cianee to be
held bj Ti mple Emanu-EI May 17
In i's main ballroom will have a
lual purpose, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
s; iritual I ader of the congri ga-
llon, has announced.
The affair, which is h. In? hi Id
in support of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will bo
Einaiiii-El's Affair
a d in occasion for the temple
lip to honor Mr. and
Mrs Harry A. Levy for their out-
standin mtribution to Temple
-El, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and to world
Jewry, Rabbi Lehrman said.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose
will be serving as dinner chair-
men; Mr. and Mrs. Richard D.
I.cvy have been named as co~
c hairmen.
Students Mark Anniversary
A teai h-in with lectures and dis-
cussions on Isra.-I will be hi Id
from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday at
the University of Miami by the
American Students for Israel.
The "Israeli Independence Dav in
Miami" celebration will mark Is-
rael's 22nd Anniversarv.
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F ago lft-A
Jm1sl> ncrk/Sar
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
'Hclv' Is To Be Different
l l< \HKI MORRIS A. KIPPER
You 1* ill ""' rnid.'i Ml Ul
1- tuple Judea oi < oral GaMea
!h. < bbattts Ton* p rtlon ih deference to the rich
.- i&DOSHIM Siunil mr n.-i^Wjor f.tit Iv.'JJjO n I d< >l
I
Question
Box
lh \ lews h
with youi fellow*. I
rofit 1 vthi 4jL .j^j*.: JJaU rj^k^k
a i then Hu)
thai th word You sh ill nol h itc J
. in i your h n I Repr
e r no
!,|A if him You shall n it
15% i:\BBl BA.HI KI. I. roX
Wh.x is an .n t i "Mil/xalr".'
1' isically, a 'Mitzvah" la
K i holy.
is to '
: your neigh- t< rm is usi rl t
i gru lg< a ilnsl cor ind reason thia
- obbi Kippe
... j ,ra If: 1 ini the LORD I charitj Is bi ca thia tern
\ I, My Laws
V,,., ,|; lice d ination hai I ritj la not a "favor"
1^;, M, ir so ithsaj i [he part ol thi donor. Ii J Ish
jM ih iK) nol tradition it la an obligation which
her harlot lest the land, tin donoi fulflUi when he gives
ha riot rj ind the nd be his contribution It la for thia
], i with You shall s.imi. reason that charitj i k
i venei ite times called "Tzedakah" which
Mj sanctu I the LORD essentially means righteousness oi
D-> nol turn to ghosts and do the fulfillment ut one's responsi-
. ... ,-,,,. new not inquire ol familiar spirits, to bilitj A man who gives charitj la _J
. i, s cleai and sigi b> them: I the LORD am ,.|j recognlzini! that Ih, Al-
... .,,. man read the w11" ('"<1 mighty has provided him with the
;. my dear You shall rise before the aged j means to give He is nothing more
: in oui md sh deference to the o'.d than an agent carrying out the
, ghadJ fear youi God I :"" provlsloni ol his cbargi
he LORD.
When nger resides is ith
in your land, you shall no'
toi him The stranger who r-- Technioally, the term "Neturel
- with you shall be to you a- Karta" means tii "watdunen of
ine ol > iur citizens; you sha'l the city." These were originally
love I im is yourself, for you were those who guarded the gates
,- tin- fathei and keep My sab- .. in the land .f Egypt: 1 mtranci I t) Thi i U
s; I the LORD am your God ix>RD in yo i God the Talmud (Yerushalmi. Chagigah
eap th est ol v,. ,i,,i ,, .. ,-.,:> measures l:7i considered the teachers it
land, you shall not ..,,,--\ Yon I the city to Ik- the real guardians
loth ir field, | ,!.,_ h lane* hoi ol thi city and used the term
t'hei the glea of yum' ,.st u Is. an I hah, and Neturei Karta In describing thii
h.rvre Vou shall not pick > ,,, B) hin. ivorth.
% ne> or gather the fal-j j ,i,,. lord your God who
ii fmit of your vineyard: you shaM j h^^gnt you out from the land of C\inrntlj this term has been
I ive ih. ni for the poor and the Kl,v. Vou shall faithfully ob- adoDted '"> ''"'"n religious ex-
I the LORD am your i ^. .v, i nun niosiK in tli' Mcah Shearim acc-
norms: 1 am the l.t>Ki.
shall Humbly 1 submit that these j tion in Jerusalem. They call thenv
hoM to 1> lloh
unlo thi I
set a '
Cj
< week's 1 i porl
i i thi usual
! i >R] spoke to Moses, say-
the whale 1st lelite
say to them
shall be holy, for I. the
T P.I) your <".od. am holy.
you sh .ii arh reven his n other
Israel's fonner Prime Minister David Ben
Norman Kosser. Mjcmi Israel Bond leader and |
Trustee oi Israel, discuss the Middle East situation-^
need for Israel Bond aid during Mr. and Mrs K
recent trip to Israel. Mr. Kasser serves as
general::.:-_.
What is the tlrrivation uf the
term "Xolaarat Kartof
G >d
Vou shall not steal; you
r t di I deceitfully or falsely with words are far above any Rabbi's
. another. You shall not sweat commentary
'. Isely by My name, profaning the
i- me of your God: I am the IX)HP
You shall not coerce you neigh-
' t. You shall not commit rot>her\
" ir wages "f a lahorer sh ill not
nain with you until mornini;.
You shall ni>l InauM the deaf. 01 i
..(. i stumbling block before
' e bind. You shall fear yourl
<"id: I am the IX)RD. CANDLEUGHTING TIME
2 IYAH 7:35
selves bj this name regarding
themselves tha true {uardiana '
the faith while they criticise the
real ol th. population for abandon-
ing the faith They have aapaclally
l>H-n known lieeauso of th-ir anti-
! gonism to tix' BstabUahmtnt of
I poHttcal state in I/trae) some-
i i thing they feel should not > done
>^~***-^*~^*~^ I until the arrival <>f the Messiah.
for Israel Bonds at Temple Judea, where the c
currently planning its annual event in
Bonds. The Temple Judea Israel Dinnei o: Stale sfll
held Saturday. May 23.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Kedoshim
The Jew views tl
Justice \
"Ye thai! do no uni .
yard, in weight, or in mcasun J isi
. shall y have' l^ 19 15
KEDOSHIM Y< shall he ho
hot) Vi shall .....very man h
shall keep M) aabhaths Tun yi i
Aod when ye re ip the h in e*l thou
wholly reap the corner >( thy fiel I .
the fallen fruit of the vineyard; tho |
jK.ir and the stranger Ye sh II nol neither shallaJ
deal falsely, nor lie one t" another. And yi sh ubfH;|
name fakaaly .
Thou shalt not oppress thj neighbor nor r bhim;thtaaju
of a hired aarvam shall not abide with lb i ight mt
inn. Thou sh..lt nol curse tho deal, nor put a s-umbKnj-ttajl
before the blind Ye shall do bo unrighteousi
. Thou ahaM tx>t go up and down as > talebearer,. n"as,l
shalt thou stand idly b\ the blood oi thy neighbor
halt love thy neighbor as thyself tLeviticus 19:2-1X'.
"Ye shall bt holy unto Me; for I th.' I/rd am hdy. andsw 1
aet you apart from tin- peoples, that y< should be Mhr" daj
viticas 20:26'.
rCeliaiouB 4^
id
ervices
TIFeRETM JACOO (VIMSLI). SSI MENORAH (TIMPLll. 7th St. Ha' "V
C. 4th Ayr, H i.h. Conaarvativ* Contarvativ*. Rabbi Mayar Abram. 'lu.-i l ,',m\
Rabbi Manrica Klala. IB win. Cantor Nico Faldman. M I
- .-------- Prtdai ItIS pm Mr and Mr- Abra-
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Millar Rd hum Towbln will be I.....rrd Cor thrlrl ""
Coniervativr. Rabbi Norman N. Sna- Cnlrirn \\..1.linr AnmvrriMirj .-..ui _..,__. .tcmol t\ 44 2i-:t|*
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- I'. i,l. S>0 |. in Portion ..f L4\
riON. 99S SW 67th Av. Orthodox. T pm Sermon \ Blncera Peoph?.'
Cantor Morria Barr. 1 | ------a>-------
--------------- 8ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 4S8 SW
ANSHE EVES 2M3 SW 19th Ava. 8th St Conaerwative. Rabbi Simon
Conaervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2 April. Cantor Saymour Hinkaa 8
-------------- Cridm} v IS pm (lai s-.. .ii.-r Mr*
tETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken. I"" Hoanci Topli WbJ ORT lW
dall Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi a>--------
Hrrbert Baumgard. Cantor Michaal
>>/rr. S ISRAEL (TEMPLE) OA GREATER
- ------ MIAMI. 137 NE 1th St. Reform
>(Tu n.uir, ,w ,._ .. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. tu
Ca^r^L^L^n -"^ 5CSSJ "aKraT^ ^WS
cantor wm,am w. Lioaon. 4 ,,, ,., ,, s,.
uaj p "> .uni I m a* rmoi______
udalKin .1 ih N,m neticrntkii
'- TSLSSSi SRAEL.TE CENTER. 3,75 SW,5h
, ,,, ., St Conaerx.t.ve R.bb. Ayrom L
x h Uan ......r Mr ind Mn Mor- Orann. Cr.ntor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
Conaervative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha- (ioMen W.-LIihk An
P'ro. ia daj I m
Friday l la p m Barman: "lararl --------a>-------
Anawara li~ Crltlra." ftatunU] I NfcR TAMIO (TEMPLE) 80th St. and
;i m Bar Mllival Robert, aon "i Tatum Waterway. Conaervative.
Mr and Mi- Hrnr] (lultman Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
--------------- ward Klein.
Krldsy s II pm Barnvm ISRABI.
HO* iH MIAMI S, A Balule to ih. Blale'
BETH MOSHe CONGREGATION, OHtV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
1J6O0 W Dixie Hwy Conaervative Ortnodox. Rabbi Phmeaa VVeber_
Rabbi Joeeph A Gc-finkel. Cantor rnan SO
Ben Zion Kirachenbaum. --------------_____ ...
____#____ SEPHARDIC JEWISH CtNTER. 646
Collina Ava. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 81
MIAMI RACM
ZAMORA tTEMPLJI. n-'j
coneervavve. RibDi Ma wpj
Cantor R ;i'0 Bn*'1
- a
n. uwotMU
BE1M ISRAEL ^E-tPLI^JI
Oakland Park Blvd M' ~
Ed-ard*. C.ntor MaSfbj ,
MANUEL SSVOSMJ-,"}
Lev.ton Cantor Jer. ^ 4
HAlUNDAll
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
AGUOATH ISRAEL 7S01 C.rly.a Ava. tJi,U."h'nfl,0n *** R,bt" "' HALLANOALE W *'*,
Ihodox. Rabbi laaac Ever ., i ,. ,. ^. ,.....kn Appeal 126 N E. Fi "
Hotirwoea
TEMPLE'
BETH ISRAEL 770 40tn St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein.
P 111 S. I Ml.-Ii
Rabbi Berel Wain. II NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH BETH EL 'TE^PLE .,j-S I
nc-ru uaoa 'aaf u.. CENTER. 7501 E Treaaure Dr., R.form. RabOi San'u -
nlZL~i o\i^W**"'""J" *" North Bay Village Con.ervalive ..,,,.
Stt2l^KS&**ni Cantor Laon^.l^
BETH RAPHAEL* TTEMPLE). 1545 MOtTH M.mMI UACH "',. J*** 4
irTM *no uv i?.h *w ft,.t, OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th Jafferaon Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi AOATH VESHURUN iTEMPLEV 1021 _ETM
llx Rhihi^ofomon sVi^iff St. Conaervative. abbi Ralph Olix. David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 NE. Miam Garden. Or.v. Con. BETH
- ~tr, An 13 BETH SHOluM (TEMPLE). 4144 ee*vet.v Rabbi Milton Scnl.nakv Mr)

ha i' in
p in S;ilur.l;i \
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW l?th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickeon. 6
I rla> ii -in -. s.niii.i.-n > is p mi
> n* Wi i' in H.....in. \ 11
man. Cantor Benjamin Ber
Prina! pm Balurda) l 10 am Bar
M ltx\ ih H:in > m Mai >
Kin 11 M i
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
Ave C-afiaarvative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
Chaae Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah, Aaaiatant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Convlaar. Si
Friday I 15 p m I" Kmnlnb iii i
dm .....rvlo< aalatlna la-
nd AMi'i\>r*.ii> ,.f i...;. |.. -
dam Balnrda I i.n Bar Mill
v .Oi .1. i',. i aon Mi
Unbi i Vaaman
Can.or Tibor Mohi
33
SHALOM (rfgy-asl
onr,.5 St C.n..''.':'i H
rton Malavky
Cl"t*
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St at 11ta
Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip
achitt. Cantor Jacob Renter. 84
t\at>vinical evision
v.

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a phi -i ol -
sh hist :> that
Dr. Irving lehrmen has been C IITI
pletely unknoM n
produce*! an incn I story : a
d thriving Jewi h pop il
tion in an area "f the New W irl I
which as believed io contain
only a few Jewish inhabitants.
Mexico was a colony of Spain
fn>m 1521 to 1821, and was known
as New Spain The colony encom-
passed all of modern Mexico Cen-
tral Americ, the Philippines and
the Southwestern portion of the
United States. Within this terri-
> lived many Jews, refugees
from Inquisition and exphision,
who held hith positions eoono
i Itically (l -.
pite the fact th.it th ir pros -nee
in New Spain during the three
c. nturies under study was illegal
except for a few de dei and they
stood to lose everything even
'he lives if discovered to be ad-
herents to the Jewish faith.
The author's purpose was i 1
to create a definitive history of
the Jews of New Sp n although
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it certainly is definil
the point of \i. ,v ol ... laWe
lals."
Professor I
i noramic view
-- tudes
th<
lives f th with th
hope that other
: the fi> Id and contribute to th
v anding know le Ige of tins period
n Jewish history thro igh stu ly of
some of the hund I of thou-
f pagi locu-
ments that n be rose irch-
ind hundreds of Mexican-Chris-
tian families ol Jewish anceatrj
who remained to be interview
In reading 'The Jews In New
Sp in" one can't help but ad-
mire th. nd self-s icrifico
It took to n Jewish iden-
tity and Jewish observance in the
u of the deadly Inq
.vh se tineatening tents .
to the new wi irld, an I
i help but call parallels in
Um countless stories of hei i im
f,nd martyrdom thai fill the" ; ,
of our 4.000-%1-ar history.
The Mexican Jew of today is
not the descendant of th J v ol
colonial times Modern Mexican-
Jewish history Involvi new people
and new communities. Whit was
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spam? To quote Prof. Liebman,
". the decUne of Jewish learn-
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t.. mere ritual, and the isolation
Irom all other Jewish communities
". In several interviews with
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trotsBtfeiii upas askad "Do ydu know
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sake of love.'
"Not all were formally convert-
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ping it w id '!"
ing another faith Some continued
is Jew until th lattei part ol
the N "< te nth Cei turj M xican-
Colonial Jews forgot their past
They bl ''ted ll out of their minds
and from then hearts and
when Judaism ceased to have In-
trinsic value, il lissipated and
vanisl
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+Jmi*ti Hcrktiar
Page 13-A
sop
that the Soviets have accepted |
direct responsibility for an op- I
erational weapons system in i
this vety special kind of contest. |
They didn't do it in Korea. They [
didn't do it in Vietnam. But now
they have done it in this war."
In sum, the new departure in
Soviet behavior is seemi:n;ly
much too radical to be an iso-
lated development.._ And if il is
Xfl.OOO rounds erf Kgyp-*T"N**"4slated.^W,fWWTl9\e to i
think very carefully about what j
sort of broader intention the new i
departure indicates. And this, of I
course, is precisely what the
Israel leaders have been doing,
with such disturbing results. On !
the c irkest but most likely as- :
sumption, the Soviet soldiers
manning the SAM-3 missiles are
no more than a "first slice of '
s.: tml."
In the old days, when people
in America used to give >-
tud> to the Kremlin's methods,
everyone knew the phrase
' salami-slicing i iptics It means
thai the Kremlin has a way of
taking a thin firsl s'ice, t i small
t.) upset anyone 'just as the
Soviet troops manning SAM-3s
have been accepted with fat-
hee led complacency in Washing-
ton). Then comes the second
and the third, and the
fourth. And finally, by such slow
stages, always without provok-
ing opposition, th. Kremlin
chariot.'tistic illy reaches ;i ie-
sult thai would hue aroused a
typhoon of shocked opi>osition
in the first instance.
The threat, in this case, is
deeper and deeper Soviet in-
volvement in the Arab-Israel
war. The next stepperhaps
months from now could be
the Soviets taking over the
whole Kgyptian ground-air de-
fens.' system.
The third ster> perhaps much
later would be Soviet pilots fly-
ing MIG-21s, no doubt in Egyp-
tian uniform, "to defend" Egyp-
tian territory against the wick-
ed Israel aggressors. And the
final step might be the same So-
viet pilots in the same MIGs
turning up over Sinai in a "for-
ward defensive role."
So described, this sort of pro-
gressive Soviet involvement may
not sound very serious. For Is-
rael, however, it would be a
Ufe-and-death matter.
Israel today is like a thin-
shelled egg. seemingly imper-
vious but Inwardly fragile. The
defensive shell is in fact mainly
composed of the Incomparable
Skill and courage of the Israel
people; and at some stage in
tile process above-outlined. Is-
rael's defensive shell would sure-
ly be broken. Or else the Is-
raeli, would be driven to launch
untinued From Page 4-A
n hich Nasser eventually
limed quite openly.
late spring of last year,
Ittle Israeli strong points
' the Sues Canal were tak-
i to
artillery per daywhich
bore than the strong points
stand for very long. In
1969, the Israel air force
ifore began a series of bomb-
tttacks on the enemy posi-
along the Suez front.
f>e were the first air at-
on Egyptian soil since the
-fire in 1967. They led
so-called deep air pene-
Dns, meaning bombing at-
on targets in the Nile Val-
pts< if These began in Janua-
ll'-Tii In both cases there
two
. H \- tO secure
mm< -1 ''' tse-fire, if possi i
I even m ire essential
?wh ch was att lined was
, i N i ser's pi in for a
,, i in that would grind
i the dust In sum, Is-
only fought back. In
|:ter sense, when the So-
iled, Soviet supplied,
i iiiraged pressure from
pi : ''i>d a level that im-
this small, brave country.
n like a g! im contest
i big, lumbering, hate-
.<) but rather cowardly
1 bully and a much smaller
Tli is far. the smaller boy
I k the bully off balance
y. med punches delivered
enormous skill and daring.
I now the bully's father has
into the schoolyard, to
lioun the rule that the bullv
hit the smaller hoy at will.
th- sm i'ler hoy cannot lay
in the bully,
lyone can foresee the end re-
.;f that sort of situation for
hnraller hoy. Yet this is the
analogy for the reported
et commitment to assure
full air (leTense of Egypt's
it'.; \ The commitment can-
Ibe kept, of course, with noth-
I mo than the present Rus-
t-manned SAM-3 antiair-
missiles around Alexandria.
and Aswan. To keep the
mitment, in fact, the Soviets
Bra lually have to involve
- much more deeply,
e !.- lei leaders fear.
n< nonly pray, meanwhile.
the Israel analysis and
L'.S intelligence will prove
wholly incorrect. For "as-
K the full air defense of
r- territory*' really means
th- r m >re nor less than as-
|n_' the eventual success of
- war of attrition. And
Ihis connection it is vital to
ken.li i Israel's sheer thin-
tho losses on the Sue/ front
to only 3? men per week.
1 \ n pie, it will be the
equivalent for Israel of a
. toll of close to 3.CO0
fallen on the field of
II can be seen. then, why
i i and I'iafra are
on Gen. Dayan's mind.
days.
V in deadly pel i'. not
wi ly. to be sure, hut for
pull. That is certainly
of the introduction
Is I.-. SAM-3 missiles Into
:>'. 'e with Russian
squ rading in Egyptian
> person J alarmist
' ither. [nsted, i' is
down-to-earth reart-
of the new situation bv Is-
r' it prime mlnhtter,
'' i Mi its brUlinnt nVtena"
' n Moshe Dayan, and
lost every other resoons*'*
ler this reporter has
to.
source of concern, it m"st
"lor-tood. is not the anoear-
in F.gynt of tb's new tyot
Soviet antiaircraft missile.
rather, t+ie urioreceHentpd
of Soviet troops to man the
LM-.-K
j After all." a leadtn? mr*mn*>r
[the general staff said to me
y. "this is the first time
the end of World War II
a desperate counterattack, re-
gardless of the increasing Soviet
involvement in the war.
These are the hideous perspec-
tives you now hear the most
responsible Israeli leaders dis-
cussing, with a kind of naked
courage that no longer sems to
exist anywhere else in the Free
World. They are by no means
suie. that the future will un-
avoidably bring the kind of pro-
gressive Soviet involvement that
has been described.
They ate very sure, however,
that more and more direct So-
viet participation in the war has
suddenly become a strong pos
sibility. An 1 if the United States
Roes on weakly standing aside,
it will even be a strong proba-
b.litv. Hence th-' contrast is
frightening between the Presi-
dent refusing t> guarantee Is-
rael the planes en which Israel's
survival depends and the Krem-
lin simultaneously pouring out
arms for the Arabs and sending
in Soviet troops in a combat
role.
"Until recently, we thought
there were two deterrents to
another full-scale war," Golda
Meir told me sjberly. "The first
was our own success in ending
Nasser's 'war of attrition.' The
second was the feeling in the
Kremlin that at a cei 'ain point
the United States would say
This exceeds the limit." But the
second deterrent has already
been greatly impaired."
This woman like an Old Test-
ament prophet reflected brieffly,
and then continued; "So what
are we to dj, if worst comes to
wont? Shall we lie down and
die? I tell you. we shall never
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j,ws who resided i th, Mali rcb, South Africa.
Canada Latin America the Caribbean, oi England
from 1700 to the present; he also Ignores Norway.
Sweden. Finland and Busaia from 1917 on. tastes I
in Kellei .. native ol Germans who is known in
thfe country for his book Th. Bible As History."
has itten a history <>f antl-Senartlarrj with special
emphasis on the treatment ol the Jews b> the
clergy, princes, dukes, petty kings and feudal lords
,,! Germany. iAn eaiHkr book on the si bjeel 'The
Anguish of the Jew?." by Edward H. Flannery. is
suprrloi to Keller's and is available In paperback.!
Ii is kmaring that Keller does not list hi Ms
bibliography the J.P.S. Jac Stehifl Classics. He has
, so omitted the work ol ins compatriot, Hermann
Kcfk-hbcn/.. which would have Injected historical
insights on th. eiti. s of (' rman>.
Numerous errors in facts and spelling appear.
Feu- i sample, ;i Sepbardic rabbi is called "hahm."
ni.t "chachme." The El Tranalto Synagogue was
built by Samuel Halevi, not Allavl, There was no
Inquisition in Aragon in 1256. And it is incorrect to
i i Spain and German) as nations in tin Mid*
die Ages, ainoi there was no Germany prior t> the
19th century, and Spun did not become a modern
nation until 1316 Seven errors appear on Page 313.
probably copied Incorrectly from Cecil Roth, who
himself had repeated the errors ol earlier writers
The word '"martano" was originally applied bj
Jews to "'hi rs who ' sinci re converts lo Chris-
tianity. The number of Jews who left Castile and
Aragon in 1492 has been cstimat it bj competent
auth irities .it a minimum ni 160,000 families and a
iximum of one million p rsons Oni r 100.000 wem
i i Portugal alone. The Inquisition in Portugal quit
i inctgwiing in 177.".. ami freedom ol r>Hgton was
: tad several decades prior to 1820.
The late Chief Ashkenaai RabW li. rt/ ol Eng-
land wrote that Jewish history should not l> Son*
fined i" the Jews' martyrdom or their strivings in
the world of thought. "History." he said, "calls for
a (! 'Bill il study <>t Jf wish communities their insti-
tutions, cultural vahu s. ami religious nd.-avors ...
and for a knowledge of the Jews' sodaL economic
and polhieal relations to the gi neral poputattan "
r.> surtt criteria, Keltnl i*w>fc is a sad failase as a
history, \\' d......mmend him for his atatemi nt. "Ir-
respective oi the interest rate, all lending was con-
dentaed as 'usury'." The modern definition of usury
i^ "exaction ot Interest above the legal rate." But
lb< Middle Agaa Jews who loaned money al tin
li"_;il i ati IN called usui -
The Book's final chapter, "America." which was
written b> Honald Sanders, sh mid haw served as a
model foi Ki Her.
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
A Good Question
li/xv DIDN'T PITT8BI RG1I nan* It! idium in
" honor of one of thi
i good question Another is Wh Isn't Ba
i ryfuss lias ball's Hall of Fan
l tat ney 1 U ait Forbes 1
his Pitt i 1909 ii
196! At 6 ll a as the old si park in tl
I ites nove to 11 Rivers
lor this seas< la though 11
bot I US 1 t!'n J ai
Drey fuss came to 11 I Stat
i; i manj. in 1881, and I
tiller; 1 i.. ll irgai Izi d
d on a prol
.'.
ilth. After t to 1 1888
I
igue team. Hi .. and I.
1 i i H
1900. whei S'ational 1
. VVI Ii not the
r. under Dre) Piral
i tl
wners. I I all wa Di
field i he hand!
i il per a tii in.
Foi i- Kii id was th first modi rn stai

i. Many ol Ins playei becami stars Hall ol Fann
'. < bj Waddell, Carey, Cuj
tad both Paul and Uoyd Wan. i all had pi
at during ins re
Barne) Dreyfuss served as the National League's
vice president (1929-33) and for a number of years
rev. up the the schedule for both the National and the
American League. Under his guidance, the Pirates fin-
ished in the first division 26 times, won six National
League pennants and two World Series (1909. 192S-
He died in 1932. and it was 1960 before the Pirates won
another World Series. i
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
A Message To The Pentagon
Maw ltt hM no aid thatM.w
i. required to serv. in Viet. loraov^.S
hi rtthoul afom '<*
.avAlUiuiu-h law. >q
v etienci advised to i '\, '."*
setts law, and althou J^flJ
Lexington minister uho
Y b>- little chance tot Lex*
m Mass i, i gyroan and a
,-.- nil; setts Ii i- ator
to team up lo start backfire
-.1 .\n i iea's in\ th cm nt in
Ihe l ii ha i lain* d ap
;. 50 100 live m the Far
East
^11 that has happened, and othei states an
picking up thi signal from Massachusetts in what
will l* a teal of the right of the federal government
to call upon the boys ol tins republic t" right in
Asia in the absence ol an actual declaration "t wai
bj Congi i sa
The Constitution states clearl} Article 8 Sec
ti.ui ii The Congress shall have power t.i declan
war." I'n Aug. 7. 1964, Congress approved the Gull
ol Tonkin Resolution giving President Johnson the
iH.w,i tn "take all nrceasary measures to repel anj
d attack agaimt the forces of the United
stat' an.i to prevent further aggression." l>ul Con-
gress abrogate its authority thai day? Can then
U tin mil to our commitment to the Vii (names. '"
himsell a lawyei who has
to th Deftns. Depart : **
the court erases testing u ,aw ;^tta
ferenci to the Ihousai "**,
who object to putting ll
\ i. tnam. But the Mas.,. ,, ., ... ..
i key Instrumi ntalit)
in that nation.
It) th
' ifort
': :..
11 .
wans
IxhiI; "In The N
I Hi. ton* Co. i Gen West. Jj "JM
warning t.. the conscience ol th. iiut.-i s,-,, ^TT
ft" ,h" rs- m""?^ a.....-,
Wtnam is concern,',..
Innocent civilian killed, on. JJ^*
dwelling :
wai in Vietnam i- u. -
Ik
' be \ -i
among the people. We will ,[>.'
.ituj.ii these people."
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALPETER
Who Is A Peace* Emissary?
fOVKitXMEKT officials arehopefullj
^^ predicting that the whole thing ill
be forgotten hen and abroad within
a fortnight But it seems ii will taki
much longer foi the heated arguments
in Israel oxer ih> question of whethei
In Nahuin Gokimann should or should
not have gone to Cairo to meet C
N.isN. i in iin down in Israel. The gov-
i miii in mattes much of the fact that Egypt officially
denied that any invitation had been sent to the World
Jewish Congress president, who is the former president ol
th.- Woild Zionist ('rani. ation. But !>t (ioldmann had
air. ad> declared even before Egypt's denial that there
was ho official invitation and that Nasser could have
changed his mind at the last nvm. nt \en if the Israel
government's attitude had not been negative.
I'll l", Idmann claims the third party serving a- i
go-between stated Nasser** condition was that Dr Gold-
n come to Cairo w ith the knowludgt of 1st ael's Pi ime
Ministi i ll- said he asked neith. r Mrs Melr nor the
Cabinet for endorsement oi the trip. Dr. Gokimann says
Mrs. Mi ir engineered a Cabinet rejection ot what was
ni \ r requested; Mis. Meir counters thai when Nasser
want d he. to know about the trip he was not .iiiui :
about hei finding l>i GoMmann to invite Mm to tea his
term "with the knowledge of Dm Prrnw Ministei can be
presumed to mean "with the approval of" the Premier
The Cabinet insists it d. .id. d ooi n ctly by choosing shot I
t, avoid tlv lou.:-t. mi trap int"
hich ii would ha\e (alien had l>i G
Ith official endorat mi nt
The goxernment attitude might ha\ b ei ihe result
i l disliki hi i; ildmani
i havi i"! lu> political
Israel Newsletter
assumed thai it ..- nol ; ?ttaJ
his approach thai mad< Mis. m.h ^mm
s.i v. hem. nth Th. id, a of ,1
i- for i' ss than |X a. :..., m\
the protection ol the Greai -::>;*||
Gokimann has made publiclj :m' us-u
anathema not only t.i Mis Meii c .MdasT
!>. "hawks" but to tin vast
Hut while most Israi out in ofic
menl with the Arabs luggcsti I by l G : -.-rs
he outhn.d in a ..!!.. : .,- Haarelz afirrfel
trip was nixed bj the Cabinet st Isr* -atfi
rather critical of the goxernn won a.ansii]
making the effort, a quk*k poll bj Haaivtz 1ta;t
scientifically sampled, showed 6.T uf th'SiqurttsBHJ
random were in fa\or of letting Dr. Cmliinar.n Bjl
luck; personal Impression frui ol ii>R"nai|
i-ni's this estimate out.
Hilt even those who .e P W th Ilk' gOVtrOOMlflJ
Dr Gokimann is nol the mat for s h a missionlatMl
inj case Nassei had no righl rhuost1 who Ml
represent Israel at such a that the asj
government botched tlv public-wans |
wise The possibility of tin t. '- pdaatj
ll is felt the government was lsu,J*?|
minimise the p mibk da -' "
teresl and utilize the fii>t x 5cr"$ *il*B
goriate with son* bod
; promim nt Israeli to thi
Anttex-en n i I those wl
attitudi In principle both res s '""
i personality inx-olved in tl '"" |
:.. I thai d. spite all *?
lid nut miss the thii i
foi tin op
Arab government.
By CARL ALPERT
All Is Not Bleak And Grim
rg ft
in Ii : :
-''in foi bsorx-crs who
!_ the I,|, |
\._4^B WimiIiIii'i ni ii
-old Y s ed the
Im ai h .\i mj fi iting
l''i. 1 : :
d him down foi dcfectlxi I |
i

B) the ttkln f Hh Teeth. Has I I Tav
i
in
I i I.., In the excit liln't find his
...
all his food. Tawl turmi ro
bordei
WlmfH In a Xamef I me .>! th I bakerii -
m Tt I Avh is the Bel
'. > i boahua BelgeL
Th.- flptBg Mi.ii.-i. Huadreds of Israeli diplomats
and consulting experts arc stationed, with shell
families, in various places In Africa wh. re there
are no Jewish communities And when, as happens
from time to time, a male child is born into on* ot
these familk-s. the call goes out. Yoscf Halpern. a
n into I
I
strictlj
tify t
One Inrruii.lis H-liiiitimi
| | 'V
'
| finltlon '
A one-s
ll
i for onotin i
!>..., Prime Minister
in Arab
nol to
'

writ I musl i
, .,. twe. n me. I v
... this kci p( tin t
abs I ite seen
rty. Wh l Iwani
Ii asr loan nv tl I
. in YW**1-
wmuaii al Valor. From "' Je ,
outside the Mea Shearim i :(, &W
Whatever you Read I havi for ^ t.trogp-
af all knuls. in goodrcondition '<\' - i\.s (open Wadneadays front
in a.m. t"
knmv hov. to solder lead and .has. ^ tf
.ve I am a la.lies hairdresser. '-., for*
husband says kaddish and afrang. -
deceased: he is also a glass I
*-~*mmn
'


1970
*jHH/.f fhuricHictr
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTCH
IrriuNTV JUDGES COURT
LCD FOR DADE COUNTY.
LORIDA IN PROBATE
~" NO. 70-935
Ijohn r. blanton
, ib'isk
friCE TO CREDITORS
'...... i .1 aii Persons Hay-
! ,.,,i- Against Bald
i.n
s notified ami requir-
,lm* iiiki d< mandf
h:,,. MWlnal the <-.--
r|L-SlK A KOBE deceased
, minty, Florida, to ihi
... ..f Dade County, and
In dupll<*nte :|iirt a- prn-
IS, Florida Stat-
. In the Count}
. Itnde County, Florida
month* from th<
I !.|||.Ill Mil.'II
i i.. i ri .1
ml, I'lc.n.la, lhi>
:
.; i,. .si:
ii
hereof.
!

LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
BY HENRY LEONARD

I 5.1-8
-
I
b
fi-

. v JUUGE'S COURT
... R DADE COUNTY.
i N OMOBATE
I uowlingi


ITICE TO CREDITORS
., Ul 1'irw H .'
\, I Said
,i .1 n nd ri iiulred
id n
K it\> IN ill
,i Florldn, in ihi
i. ,.i. i'on Ij and
.i in pro.
li Florida Slat-
, in the i 'nunts
ili i"..imi>. Florida,
mi i from the
publication hi i
I barred
Florida, Ihi* rth
I I. I97H
\R\ in ITWIN
\ r.\.. utrlx
..ii of ihi- i on
v..ill. I9T"
BIN
Kxei ui11\

! II:..
I/I7-I4 : ii
4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 70-6204
; Ml VUAN,

ATKIl'K OAH MIAN-
NOTICE OF SUIT
tUKU I' \'l HICK i'.AHA' IAN
I, ii A \ < Bii- \. w V..'k
ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED
for divorce ban I
ii and you are requlr-
i\. ., ,.,|., .if your written de-
l,i I mi HKNKY Ni ill-
I for Plaintiff, hose
in,-, itiM-ayne Ituildina,
1130. and file the
i ihi Clerk cf the above
up t mi ,.r before Mh y I '
)thi .1 ii.ii-imiii by default
.ii against you foi the
1 in the complaint
mj hand and the .-'^1 '(
Dun \i.rii i", 1970.
i i: VTHBRMAN
Circuit I '"url
Ii.i.l,. i '..tinty Florldn
> MARiil BRITB KENT
I I'll* v l *l. H
t 17-84 -. i-a
"And must 1 wear a Yormalke, too?"
UGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70-7ST.1
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l.i iRKAI.N i: M DeVl I >,
Plaintiff,
l.i -I is JOHN DeVITl lit
I >. mlanl
Ti >: l.i 'IIS JOHN DeVITl', JR
I led ml.ml
_'4 Baal Eighth ST. i
i "hester, Pennsy u .mm
You I.' il IS J( -UN Ih v'lTt >, JR
are hereby notified thai a Hill <
I Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed
against you, and you an required la
verve .i cops of your Answi
Pleading i" the Bill ol Complaint >"i
Hi, l-l.uiiiilis attoi m v. VRTHUR s
DAVIS, *iS."i Palm Springs Mile, Ilia-
I. nh Florida J3W and fill
al Anawer "r Pleading in the office
,,i the Clerk of thi Circuit Court on
,.r before Ihe Sth da) of June, 1970.
II you full in 'i "'"- mi in b> .i.
fault will l" laken against you for
in,, relief dt in.in-1< .1 hi ''' UIH '
Complaint. ,
Thin notice -hall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in TIIK JEWISH Kl.i'ltll-IAN.
IMlNB AND ORDERED ill Miami
Florida, thin L'Tth da) ol April A D
' ''" (: i! I.BATHERM IN, Clerk.
Cin-uii Court Dadi County. Florida
By: V P "' PWI AND
Dcput) Clerk
ii'ircull ''ourt s.
ARTHUR S I-AVIS
:,.". Palm Spring* Mile
Hi.il. .ili. Florida SI0I2
Attorni > for Plaintiff .,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1380
I" RE K-t;.i -I
I-' \ V l!Ri ISSMAN
|l. :!*,., I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor*, and All Persons Hav-
ing clalmii "i* Demands Agalnal Said
Kstnti
Y-.ii are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl any clalmii and demands
which you mas have asmhisl the ea-
if FAY rjROSSMAN deceased
lute of l ia.i. County, Florida, in the
-ii ly Judges "f Dade County, and
i file the aame In duplicate and an nro-
! vlded In Section 7.13.16, FTorldii Stat-
i utes, in iheir offices in Ihe I'*.limy
I Courthouae in Dade County, Florida.
I within --i\ calendar months from the
l mi f the flrsl publication hereof, or
mi will be barred.
Dated .1 .Miami. Florida, this 9th
; dt ) of April, A.!' 1970
HARRY (1ROSSMAN
\-. Administrator
Pirsl publication ..f 11>i notice on
Ii. 'Till dav of April, 1970
HBNRY N't >RT IN
1 \. ...... \ for \dmlnlatralor
1406 Blsen) IK lluil'ling
4 IT-1'4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-6S33
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U II.I.T \.\l .1 Ul'KKH,
Plaintiff,
vs
ANNBTTE II UI'RKS,
11. fendant,
IM ANNETTE H lil'KKS
1392 Ml Allfan
San I Hego, 'allfornla
You, ANNETTE II BI'RKS, an
hereb) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for I m i.ii h..- been filed
agalnat you, und you are required i"
servi .i i"|.v .-I your Answer or Plead-
ing m ih,- Mill ,.f Complaint on Ihe
Plaintiff's attorney, ROBERT II
III RNS. l-'.si.H IRE, IIMI Lincoln Road,
Miami lie ii Ii, Florida 3S139 and fib
the original Anawer "i- Pleading ii
the office of tin Cli rk of Ihe < lr-
cuil '.in I on or Ih foi Ihe :7ili da)
nl Mnj II i .....lo ho
judgmi nl b) di fauli ill be taken
i .ii foi tin relief demanded
i,. mil in
notlci shall be publlslii d ......
inch for fou nutive eeka
in THE JEW ISII II.. IRIDIAN
I .1 i.N i: AND iRI lERED nl
I in lith da) nf April A l>
I ti'n.
: I BATH KR MAN I
I'll', w 'i in '. I le Count)
Ii) I. SNEEDEN
tut) Clerk
i nui i Si ill i
IIIRT M III !NS BStJI IRE
in Road,
: Miami
: Al lornc) fi
i _'i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI AL Cl RCU I T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 70-6813
NATHAN BROW N.
Plaintiff,
lerk
Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1072
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
BEATRICE W. SHBRWIN,
l>,-,-,..i^. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II i -
mi: Claims ..r Demands Against K d
Batate:
You are hereb) m-i itl, il and n-qu
ed io preaenl any claims and denial
\Un. Ii you in.iv have agalnal die
late of BEATRICE W SHBRVYI
deceased late of bade County, BTon
I.. Hi. i 'nuir ) Judges of I lade Coir
ami file Ihe same In ilunla ate a
:i> providi .i hi 733 Ifi, Florl
Statutes, in I heir offices III lite 0u -
I) Courthousi In Dade County, i
rn1.1. within six calendar months rri i
' i me ..I (he first publical Ion hci
nf, or (be same will lie barred
I in ted al M ami. Flot du U "
das April, A p '
IRA SHERM IN
As Admil
l-'ii-i puli e
Ihe iTili da) if April, 197"
. ;!: .: : I-. 'Ill BERT
Attorne) foi Vilmli ator
:.:..... l.i ii' "li. Rd Rldg
r : I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i .ri. I: is HEREBY iil\ EN "
111' U' lei
,, ficlil il- 'll- -
MINER MH I.EH Ml i'1: MILI K
i:-., MINER MII.I.KR, E- u n \
N ER MII.I.KR. PA l7 I Ri
M Beach Florli
Isii -,,i.l n. mi s wii "i
* 'ii-.'ini in I of Dadi
MINER MII.I.FMt. 1' A
SIM' IN, HAYS ft I | a : '. '. Bldg Miami r
n.ys f"i AIINER MII.I.KR, I' '
I 7-24 3 I
vs
BI.EANt R BRi >\VN,
I >"!' ml.ml.
Tl i El.EA.M IR BROWN
I 145 Broadway
taland Park,
Nassau County, New York
You, Kl.i:.\N"i: BROWN, are hen
by notified that a Mill of Complain! I
for Divorce lias been filed against i
you. and you are required i" serve a I
. i,|,y ..I yout Answer or Pleading i thi i
Hill ol I'onn-lai.ii on the Plaintiff's |
attorney, \\ ii.i.ia.m i 'i"l D" RN,
Co I:... 126, Miami. Florida :::'.'r.
and file the original Answer or Plead*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'< iTICB IS HEREKY IHVEN I
the underalgneil, desiring lo engs
In husiness under Ihe fictitious mil
of BI.EOANTE APARTMBNTH A-
SOCIATES, I T|i :.i number l^'^i-1'
N'.E I..Mil Street, 111 Ihi Cit) of Noi
Miami Beach, Florida. Intend
register the said name uttii (he Cli
il the i 'inmi Court ( I >ade I ui
Florida
II VRRY SCO
ROBERT II
IARM VN
BAR" 'N
i i: -_!
I
ing in (he ofl
i Ircuil '"in '
day of May.
so. judgment i
a ua ti is I you r
in tin Hill of
This notice
each Week f
'F CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-6390
.OTICE BY PUBLICATION
i:i:n win:/..
I
VNDEZ,
IN win:'/.
S i i No 1411
ici I 'ii- .'-. i:. "
\RK HEREBY notified thai
ir I livorce baa hi n
I < ii. ami you are h i ehy
i :.- \. .. copy i your
ihei Plendhig i" ihi i om-
1 Plaintiffs attorne]
K1BRS, whnai addre- Is
|.w I-), sin et, Miami, Florida
i ..I Iginal a 1th Ihe
.. -1 \ ii-ii i 'ourt. "ii or
rf.illll
13th
ill
.' IV
be
of May.
. ntcred
H'Tii or
against
|Ti:i. ii.,.. '.ii, dny of April,
i' Ii u:\ riiKKMAN
nil i in mi I'oiirt
M VROl'ERITE KENT
I 17-2* 5
1970
1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III.KKKY tllV'BN lhal
Ihi in di rslgned, 'I It Ing lo engage
In buslni under II e fli iHljus name
..I I.INinl.N ROAD PROPERTIES
.,i Koyul Einl.ass) \p'-. '." Cidllns
x mue, Vp S-A.. M iml Hea.h
i mi. nd lo rcgistel I name
with (lerk ol the i In ull i ouri
,,, Dadi i'"ii:.iy. F'lorlda
KENNETH SOKOIJSK>
I II I I AN Si n MEYER, \\ I'.ISS. IttaSEA ARKIN
Atmrni ys for ,.,... ,
KENNETH KOKOLKkl and
I.HJ.IAN WJKOlJIKY, his wife
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COUKT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 70-7030
M Mil \ ZIMMERMAN
rsus
1-V
IN THE COUNTY JUDUc SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1472
|.i III-'.- Bslate of
111 \ MONSTEIN.
I.....,-"!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ling Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
Bslate:
v-ii are hi reby notified and re-
,Mr. ,1 I,, nresenl any claims and de-
mands which \ "ii ma) hnve against
!,, eatati of II? X MONSTEIN. de-
..... ,i lute "f Ii "I" County, Florida,
... the "ount) In.I". f Dade County.
I f||i nil inie in dunllcate n id
. ,rovldiil In Seci -i 7". 16 Florida
Statuti ii lh Ir "ili' es In Ihe Coun-
v i'. ui I house .ii I Mdi i '"in" J Flo-
rida in" six calendar month" from
Hi
i
if the i'lerk of He
..'I or I" fore ihe 29lh
!'.'i if you fall to do
i) default ill taken
a- the relief demanded
' implalnt.
shall be published once
four "n> .'Uiiv, weeks
in THE JEWISH 1'I.iiKIIHAN'
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ki'.i Ida, ihi- I'.Ui day of April A D
1970
i: r. I BATHERMAN, (lerk,
linuii Court, Dade County, Florida
B) "' P. Ct 'I'KI.-VNli
i leiiut) i lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
| \\ II.I.IA.M .1 ;< l|J)W< iRN
AND ASSi ii'I ATES. P A.
I Attorney for Plaintiff
1 P.O. Box 126
i | ''.' Coral \\'a>'. Suite 100
Miami, Floi Idu, I
t J4 ". |.-l."i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-7306
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NKl.si >N MARTINEZ,
Plaintiff.
1 .
dn>
Umi "i" Ihe first puhllcntion
f ,.,- M ..i'ii will he barred
. .| ..,1 mi iml, Florida, (his 16th
if Vnrll, \ D. 1970
BDW Ml' A I'lHII'.N'
\. Rxeculor
Plrl i.tit:: nil......f this noii, on
i rt'n \nrll, 1970
KCRT tt BI.1.ISCH
. for
of IDA Ml INSTEIN,
Deceasi ,1
. \ inn rln M.....
laid' Hi
1 v I
II.'V
Said
I under-
url, and
[HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1211
Dowling
'" lati of
Ii CORKIN
:i.-.'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persons Hav-
'iMm- .,r Demands Agalnal Bald
ii. hereby notified and requlr-
any clalmi and demand!
> a ma) have agalnal Ihe --
al JACOB i'.iiRKIN deceased
County, Florida, to the
?'* Judges of Dade County, and
in, in duplicate and a.s
Wed in Section 7SJ.16. Florida
- "i their offices in Ihe rvsun-
ii-. in Dad* County. Elo-
il> calendar montlu
the time "f Hie first publication
'f. or Hi. s mo- u ill be barred.
. HI Miami, l-lorldii, this 7th
1,1 Vpril, A 11 ui?"
ROSB BSKOW OORKIN
I Executrix
'< I'ulilieiiiinn of this notice on
l.thi day of April. 1970.
IAHD \- OB) iss
" lys for
\COB OORKIN
"in Road
1,1 Beach, FMorida
4/17-84 5/1-8
mur Original Answi r "
Blgned clerk of Ihi """'
, ,1,, this not Intel ii.in Mil) 2. <
If you fall ...... "'. .lu.l^-.... >> !
faull will be ike,,.gfnHin.Hiinm,u
Bated Ai-ni -0, i..... M'ami.
H B I.EATHBRM VN,
Clerk, tin ull Coui i
By: N. A HEW BTT
ii, puty Clerk
JOBBPH i Ai'ssr.i.. At tome y
7is sivi.oi.i Bldg Miami, Fla. .ui.i.
Tel :;T4-m;74.
l-'la.
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lali
. ,.,...{ late -r Dad.
io Hi,- County Judg
i\. and til
pnivldt
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
>Jmlsti neridltori
solicits your legal noHcs*
We appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 379- 160S
for meseerger service
hi r of,
IS
III
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1445
.,. RK Bsl of
K Mil, BAI'MOARTNER
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Pi i
Ing Claims or I" mands Against
You are I" reby notified and requlr-
, ,i to nresi in n) lalms and di mands
which >' a mnj hav. laalnst the es-
.\i;l. BAlMf.ARTNEH de.
ounty, Florida,
of Dade Coun-
iln same in duplicate and
i --, in ii 733.16. Florida
Statutes, iii th. ir offices in IheCi un
iv Courthouse ill I.:,.l. I'.'ii'ity. 1-lorH...
within six calendat months from the
lime of Ihe flral mil.lean.
r ihe same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
,1 i ( v... il. A Ii 1970
' ANNA BAI'MOARTNER
\. Bri utrlx
Kirsl publication of thi^ notice
the -'4111 da) of Ai.iil. i"."
MICHAELS OOI DBERO.of
KBMEU KM I'M \N A ZEMBL
Attorne) for Exei utrix
1: |.,.,.,.In Road, Miami ''.V'":'', .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'l.'i-H'K is HRi'WRV ''IV K\ "
the underslgn>d desiring to
In buslni m al 120 I.......hi Bond, hulls
v 50! Miami '.....h, Florida undi I
, ,.u- 11H ,., C.IVMJANTBED
IS-STITCTIONAl, 81 PPI.IES A;
BUl'IPMBNT lnt< idi lo n gl ler said
hams with the Clerk ol Mil i Ircull
Court "i Dadi County, Florida.
.1 M'K Sl'll Mil-'
HARVEY itii'HMAN, i:.-'.' .
4J(| |.in, ..In R.....I,
Miami Beach. Florida f ^ g
MARIA CAMCNAS MARTINI:/
I ii I. nilanI
|-i i Mariu i'.- linuii- Mat I Int >
15-17 220 Stn el
Itnvsicli New Vorh
You, MARIA CAMI'NAS MARTIN-
EZ, are hi i eby notified lhal a Hill
of i 'nmplaini for l slvon e has been
filed ,i^.iiii-t you, and you an requir-
ed in serve u i opy of your Answi r
or Pleading lo Ihe Bill "t Complaini
"., in. Plaintiff's attorney, MAN A,
in il I iFARH, Room n I Hlw aym
Build ng, Miami, F'lorlda 33130 and
file ihi original Vnswi r "t- Heading
in iin ..:i,. of thi '' rk nl tin lr
cuil Court "ti or before Ihe 29 da) "t
1970 If >" ill '" 'lo so, in
meiiI by default "ill I" taken against
v ,,u for 'i 11 ii. i ib in.ii 'l' I In tli' ]
Kill nl Compl.....
Tins notice shall hi published on
'Mill week for fout.....isecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII ri.iiKII'IAN
DONK \NI' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this : Ird da) nf April A 11
1970
K K LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dadi County, F'lorida
B) M MtorERIl B KENT
I '. mit\ i li il
ii-. uii i '.in s. all
MAX A ''."II IF I M
Vtloi in ^ for Plaintiff
.-, t-v-':.--.':'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil EN thai
the underalgned, itesiring to engage In
huslnesi unuer ti" fictitious name ol
TRt 'NH Cl 'I' HI si:i:\ ICE at
4:.:. s W iTtli Ave., Miami. Intends
io register said name with the Clerk
of iin- Circuit Court "t Dade County,
Florida.
.IKsrs UARCIA
l 17-;'! :. l-i
NOTICE UNDtfl
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREH\ OIVEN li '
Ihe undersigned, desiring io enga^
in business under the flctli ous nnr
. f HIAI i:\ll COIN LACNDRIES
407 Hialeah Drive and I39> Pa
Avenue Hialeah, l-'la Intend to i
glster said nami >v nh Ihe Clerk
Ihe i'ii in' Court of Dade Coun
Florida
B KTANTON RYt 'N
llltl EN 1. RYON
JOSEPH II YOl'NO
Aiioiii>\ f,ir
K BTANTON RYON
HELEN I. RYON
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1450 George T. Clark
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Estate nl
HARRY RI'TMAN
., i, ,i HA RIO s RI'TMAN,
Di used.
To All Creditors and All Peraong
II.i\ nit: i "latins "t Di inanda
\,., usi s. Id Esl ite:
you ai. lull I v notifli .1 and requ i
In pn m any lalms and denial i
which vou may have against the i
nl il KRRY RI'TMAN H I- a HAi:K-
S RI "I'M AN, di. easi late "f Di
Count1 Ihe C unty Judc -
if i i.i.'l. Count) and file tl"- ame
Hle ami iis providi 'i
. i i si lute* their i
flees in tie '' 'Ui N i '"url house
Dade County, Floi Ida u Ihi" six i
eiidar in nubs fi n tin imi o1
first pu hi n of, or thi -
u ui I..- barred.
Bati .1 al Ml I'"' Florldn (his I' t
day ol Vnrll, \ 11
SEYMOUR w K1SBER0
As Executor
|-,i-i publ (his imiii
(hi 17th -lav nf April 1970
BXOI tNDBR .v BURNETT
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foi Exei utor
1 Lincoln
m 11,-ui h, F'lorlda

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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 707593
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN EM RI /./"
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l-i Al BERT A RUZ7.11
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Vou Al BERT A ltr/./.'i. are h. i -
Ified tlliit ii Hill Of I'.nnihi
for l Hvon ins been filed acali
you, and >"ii are required t" sBrvi
copy "i your Atiswer or Pleadina
the BUI of Complaint on the iTali -
tlfrs attorney, OOUDMAN, OOLD-
STBTN A.- PACZLER, 2401 W i
F'laftler Street, Miami, Florida a
flic the oiifrinal Answer or I'lenriinc In
||,e I.I'ii. e ,f the I'liTl, "1 tie i'ii', U
Court on or before Ihe 1st !">
June, i"'T" If >"ii fail t" do so, fed
im ni h} default "ill be taken agalt -1
v..u for the relfi t demanded ii
BUI of Complaini
This notice shall be published once
each we. k t"i four consecutB wei -
in THE JEWISH F-IjORIDIAN.
1 ii in B \ Nl i i IRDERED at Mian
F'lorlda, (his I8th da) of April, a
r. n UEA.THBRMAN, Cli rk,
Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florid
B) i" GOODMAN
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noi.D.van, atii.iisti:in
a paczibr
mi \\ esl I'liiu'i r Street
Miami, F*la MISS
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irewish Floridlian
Florida Friday. May 8, 1970
Section B
Hitstanding Citizens Of Dade
[amed At Annual Award Event
, t of the 25 persona who
[[,, nominated for th<' award
. ,i as Dade County's
Lal rig Citizens Wednesday
Hi, 2 ird annual Outstanding
Lns' Award luncheon in the
t a Hotel.
. menl of the Judges'
L0i A-as made by Dad<- IPed-
-, and I-oan Association
| Joseph M. I.ipton. who
i ... of the award in the
s|*>nsored annually by the
I dge 1024, B'nai B'rlth.
^,, is of the award wi re
Ri'vi-rend Father Sean O'Sul-
|n. who was nominated by Leo
krnan for his involvement and
cation to the betterment of
hi i-rough "0|xration Self-
Ip." jnd Mrs. Eileen "Rosooe"
i. nominated by the Betty
(id and by the National Council
Catholic Women for her devo-
to underprivileged children
hi: contribution to their cul-
ducation.
He also participates in a prevents-
live program organizing seminars
and detailing the problt ms ol drug
addiction for high school students
ol Dade County. The third phase
of his program is "community
awareness." a traveling workshop
with a team of speakers assigned
the task of awakening Dado's
parents to the enormity of the
, problem.
Mrs. Raeieot, who is "Mom" to
all who know her, is 85 years old.
She has bet n giving dance, ballet
I and voice lessons since 1925, and
I for the past 11 years has taught
the underprivileged ol North Mi-
ami for Betty Ward's Youth Pa-
rade ami conducted her own dance
school for children of low income
families. She has personally pro-
vided college scholarships for 10
1 youngsters who could not have
i continued their schooling other-
wise, ami has done many benefit
shows in Ix-half of worthy causes.
Steven I{. Jacobs. Dan Paul. Jo-
seph F. Aumiller. Harry P. Cain,
Mis. Melvyne Sommers, Abe
Hirschkop, Vincent K. Antle.
Thomas L. Tatham. M. Lewis
Hall, Jr., Mrs. Dena Leiter, Ben
Saks, Carlos J. ArlKileya, Capt.
Phillip (;. Perry. George Wolpert,
Mori Premon, Joseph Wittekind
and Mis. Kdna C'hauser.
Georgi Beebe, managing editor
Ol the Miami Herald, WTV'J vice
president Ralph Renick and Fred
. K. Shochet. editor and publisher
i cl The Jewish Floridian, judged
the entries, which were sent in by
, official representatives of various
I organizations, and by past award
' recipients.
Gen. Shmuel Gonen, one of Israel's military heroes, con-
ferred the Jerusalem Peace Award upon Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Altschuller at the recent Temple Beth Am Israel
Dinner cf State in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgaid, spiritual leader cf the congregation, offered his
congratulations to the couple._________
Rabbi and Mrs. Gross Host Women At Luncheon
The Hebrew Academy Women's
i annual life membership and Imma
luncheon will be held at the home
i f Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S.
Gross, 3542 Flamingo Dr.. Miami
Beach, at Y2:?>0 p.m. Wednesday.
The rabbi, principal of the Miami
Beach educational institution, the
largest and oldest all-day Hebrew
' school in Florida, will be the guest
speaker at the luncheon, reporting
' on the growth of the school and
the progress on its new junior
high school building.
1 Chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, with Mrs
Joseph Shapiro serving as her c
chairman. The women, both o1:
whom are past presidents of the
Hebrew Academy Women, were
designated by the organizations
in. nt president. Mrs. Jacob Katz,
lo lead the luncheon which honors
both Life members and "Immas" I
i Hebrew word meaning "Mother,"
us. d to describe women who pro-
mote Torah (Jewish learning an 1
law) for a child. Names of Imma
members are inscribed on a special
plaque located in the Hebrew
Academy's Ida Appel Auditorium.
BURIDIlSrE'S
Other nominees for the award
included Rev. Edward T. Graham.
Archie stone. Max Friedson, Rev.
ft i''Sullivan Is founder and
fsidi nt of "Operation Self-Help"
community program which
,( youth center for the re-
; m of young drug addicts, son. Mrs John D. Simmons, Rabbi
Theodore Gibson, Jordan David-
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JAIEF Drive Passes $4,250,000 Mark
With hundreds of volunteer workers redoubling their
efforts in the face of growing needs at home and overseas,
the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign in Greater Miami passed the S4.250.000 mark
this week.
Robert Russell, general chairman of the CJA-IEF drive
for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, said all indica-
tions point to this year shattering all records for fund-
raising by the Jewish community here.
In 1967, the year of the Six-Day War. the CJA and IEF
campaigns together realized some S4.700.000.
The current figures reflect strong increases over the
11-69 level of giving. Mr. Russell said, and with many cards
still to be solicited, "everything points to this being the best
campaign year in the 32-year history of Federation."
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fJenist fkriaUar
Rabbi Sol Landau Elected
By Rabbinical Association
(".M at. i Miami Rabbinic;.!
elation, u hi.h is comprised <>f
k...... ">0 Orthodox. Cons rvative
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I Hi form rabbis of tho M
i ia < i"'i Ral bi Sol Lan
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< -is Rabbi Joseph R. Narot of
mpte Israi I ol I ".:\ at< r Muui in
post.
RaN i Eug I i Lab V :'. Ti
N r Tan il lead r, v. -
. I ; Ic ;< si .: Rabbi Av-
I. Drazin of t- [sr liti
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I Rabbi Ralph P. Kl ; <>
m| s nal "f S h Hi I1 < was
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S u'ff, director "f tl Gn
iami J< wish Federati n Com-
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elected 1 term ai
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,' side of the road.
. Avis ind Hertz, as well
... i) [sr i -:i firms, now
.!- in key cities
>ut tne country. It's even
to book in advance. Your
,]] have a car waiting for
iiriv ii
range, a Ford Cortina (station
wagon or automatic model) or a
Vauxh ill Victor will cost about S8
u day pUw in cents per mile.
f Pairs are reduced for weekly or
monthly rentals and. in some in-
stances, additional reductions are
; offered during the fall and winter
: months. A 10'; government tax
will be added unless payment is
made In travelers' checks or one
of the major credit card plans is
used. A refundable deposit of be-
tween S100 and $150 is required
bj some firms, but in most in-
stant es this too will lie waived if
payment is made via travelers'
check or credit card.
ah firms include standard insur-
ance in their rental fees, and addi-
tional collision insurance is avail-'
able for a nominal cum. You'll fid
ear hire desks in the lobbies of the
major hotels in Tel Aviv, Haifa
and Jerusalem. To further simpli-
fy matters most companies offer |
free delivery and collection service;
within city limits and. in a num-
ber "! instances, you may arrange
to rent a car in one city and de-
posit it at a branch office in an-'
other city.
Gasoline, while rather expensive j
price per gallon ranges from 70
to 85 cents! is avai'able at hun-
dreds of filling stations through-
out the country. A word of cau-
tion, though: many- if not most
of the filling stations will be closed
on Saturdays!
It's wise to plan your tours care-
fully in advance and. in planning,
keep in mind that Israel abounds
in delightful and unique roadside
(or near-roadside i picnic areas.
Tel Aviv is centrally located and
is well positioned for tours east to
Jerusalem, south to Ashkelon and
Beersheb I, and north to Caesarea
and Haifa. The Galilee is readilj
accessible from Haifa.
Confirm your airline space and
arrange for rental car at the same
time through your travel agent.
Mizraehi Chapters Meet
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
raehi Women will hold a regular
meeting in the auditorium of tn j
Washington Federal at 1234 Was
Ington Ave., at l p.m. Tuesday,
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz. presi-
dent, has announced. Its gala
luncheon and card party, during
which a Bond will be given away,
will be held at Kneseth Israel, 14tu
Street and Euclid Avenue, at noon
Monday. May 18.
Shalom Chapter's closing meet-
ing will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday
in the club room at 100 Lincoln
Road, it presidium pro tern. Mrs
Rose Ehrenreich and Mrs. P,e.i
Reiman. announced.
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"Wecr the Ciown of Giving" was the theme of the "Hn-
c assah Emergency Drive" luncheon sponsored by the
! [iami Beach Chapter of Hadassah recently at the Eden
F cc Hotel. Photo shows, (from left: Mrs. Emanuel Mentz.
Nat Barth. chairman of the committee. Dr. Irving
1 shiman. Mrs. Phihp F. Thau, president of the Chapter,
c td Mrs. Svlvia Kurland.
(.in -I Houses On
Tour Of Ml.l.iii/
Tin' Association of Kibtmt/. Rest
rod Guest Houses >" Isnl has
sjtnounced .< new rod unusual type
tour which would include ovrr-
ntfcttt ^t*\ si thcae cusal hosjsMs
Tti.- association, which consist* of
kil)hul/i:iv bus unified a first
clas* reputation tor the standard
.if sen tee offered
Two of the moot popular kii>-
butzim an Ayelet Hashacnar and
Not Ginnossar, which are in the
vicinit) of the Sea of Galilee, and
!(<< most of the guest houses,
the*? have been operating this-
year at almost 100' caps tj
Kibbutzim dot the Israel I ind>
scape from the Golan Heights In
the north t.> the Southern tip of
the Nege% Thej are romantic and
visionary exciting and unaqus.
Ro ited ii in nt tr idition, thej
live I sent nd I uture
When you see lif<' on a kibbutz
you see .i unique part "t Israel.
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(40th Ava. i an .--i of
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Farband Zimrah Chorus
GALA CONCERT
English Yiddtih and Hebrew
Sunday May 10. 15 |.>|t
at
HEBREW ACADEM\
2100 Ptne Tree Drive
Composer Shmnel Fershko Presents-
The Zimrah Chorus, the renowned tenor
TIBOR MOSES
trench horn soloist
BARBARA KIMBA1
Flute tolout
DIANA SAMUELSOIN
and the Quartet, SHMUEL FERSHKO
BARBARA KfMBAL 1)1 \\v SAMl'ELSM
and OSCAR SHAPIRO
together with chorus
Ticket! tit Box Office Sundat 7 P.M.
or at 1234 Washington Avenue. Second floor
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evening.
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atanya, Israel's Beach Resort
m m of a town in the literal
h, (lt the word, Natanya is the
Lond-cutttng center
I air-conditioned. The choice runs
. the Kamut from Clam A estab-
of Israel. ] lishmenls. where rates average
ors here arc welcome at any I $5.50 i>er person, double oceupan- the most"famoiis sii. s Tulil it
he diamomf polkhtng factories cy. during the winter season, to | in Israel: Tel Aviv is only 19 mi
under a special government'
ec plan, tourists can pick up
precioui stones at "rock
m" prices.
can also pick up a superb
Jan the year 'round in this de-
It'mi resort city because the cli-
\, is agreeable, spring, summer,
and winter. The picturesque
U ranks among the finest
[he Mediterranean, with sand
as fine as powdered sugar.
.,. < a large, modern |X)ol on
beachfront, also.
modest and intimate hostelries
where the tariff will be as little as
$2.75 per person. There are also
two large motels in the neighboring
area, when- rates currently aver-
age between S3.00 and $4.80 per
night.
Natanya is a short distance from
ies
y 19 miles
to the south: th? famous excava-
tions at Catsarea are a mere 17
miles away, and it's but 40 miles
to Haifa and 45 to Nazareth. Lod I
Airport, too, is nearby (just 30;
miles awavi.
Eilat Offers Sunny Welcome
To Winter Season Visitors
, rically. Natanya boasts love-
liffside parks and attractive
hens and a promenade thai
Hooks Ihe sea. Originally plan-
as a citrus growing center,
city in the Sharon Valley
, tin' Mediterranean to
si and a vast expanse ol glis-
jng green foliage punctuated
. i the fall and winter
, by fragrantly-scented
, v. grapefruits, lemons and
ithin Natanya, wide boule-
arc lined with restaurants,
I,',, | rafi s. and shops that tea-
fashions, glftwares and, of
ii. pn clous jewelry, For en-
|. ,:t (here arc a number
i iibs. as well as several
is md an outdoor amphi-
i concerts and plays.
arc about three dozen
ii. within walking distance of
beach In Natanya; most are
\mp opo} oy O/mf
on
(1
Because winter never visits
| Eilat, this delightful Israeli resort
is the perfect spot to visit in the
! winter. Here, along the coral-'
Studded shores of the Red Sea.
you can enjoy swimming and sun-
shine in January and February as
(he I well as June and July. Swimming
is superb in these crystal clear
waters where there's never a
wave, and the skin diving, snorkel-
Ing, sailing and fishing are excel-
i lent as well. Another interesting
i livcrsion is the glass bottomed
i boat tour over exotic coral reefs
and an extraordinary tropical
flora and fauna.
ffffCT FOR Mf MMK
UMfS AND IAMF
SHADES
CUSTOM work
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In addition, there's an art mu-
seum, a maritime museum and
local zoological gardi ns, as well
is King Solomon's ("upper Mines
nearby.
One of the youngest year-round
resorts on tin int, rnational scene.
dial now boasts a dozen air-
: conditioned hotels among them
' the Queen oi Sheba, the Neptune
and the Eilat as well as the
recently-opened Solomon Hotel, re-
sembling a contemporary motor
lodge.
During the current season hotel
rates range between $5 and ST per
person, double occupancy, but
rooms can be had for as little as
$3.25 and $4.50.
I Filat. which is located 2.10 miles
TEACHERS WANTED IN
JEWISH SCHOOLS
of GREATER MIAMI
(or HEBREW DEPARTMENTS and
WEEK-END SCHOOLS
Teachers with experience onet
Jewish training desired.
Write resume to
Bureau of Jewish Education
940 Lincoln Read
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
SUN PAINT & BODY WORK
131 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BUCK
Quality Work, Prompt Service
REASONABLE PUKES
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Fantastic Landscaping
Unlimited Floral
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from Tel Aviv, is accessible by
automobile, motorcoach or air-
plane but. since the drive is a long
and arduous one. clearly the most
convenient means of travel is by
air. Kl Al's domestic subsidiary, |
Arkia Israel Inland Airline, offers
frequent daily flights to Eilat via
50-passenger Dart Herald and Vis-
count propjets. The trip from Tel
Aviv is just 50 minutes long; i
Jerusalem to Kil.it is a oo-minute :
flight. This rapidly growing car-
rier brought a total of 1H2.000
visitors to Eilat during 1968; 1969
promises to lie a year with even |
larger totals.
Inaugural Brunch Set By
Women's Organization I
An Inaugural brunch meeting
will be held by the South Dade
Hi brew Academy Women Tuesday
it 11661 SW 98th Ave. to Intro- '
i
duce the officers of the new or-1
ganization which was formed to
aid the South Dade branch of the
Hebrew Academy, which will hold
its classes in the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami. 8300 SW 8th St..
during the coming school year.
.Mrs Leon Adler, Mrs. Leo Bra-
verman. Mrs. Gary Frank. Mrs. 1
Mel Greenstein. Mrs. Irwin Lech-
OWitZ, Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. Mike
Salamon and Mrs. Nathan Spiegel -
man will serve as hostesses for the
brunch. The officers to be intro-
duced are Mrs. Irvin I-echowit/.
president; Mrs. MeMn Greenstein,
vice president; Mrs. Hilda Green-
stein, secretary, and Mrs. Gary
frank, treasurer.
The Beth David Congregation leaders mainly responsible
for its Hebrew language classes this summer at Beth David
South includes Rabbi Sol Landau, left, spiritual leader; Mrs.
Morris Tarasow, Ulpan chairman; Mr. Tarasow, Beth David's
educational director, and Michael Katz, South Florida's
Israeli Community Consultant, who will teach the advance i
class. Both beginners and advanced classes will meet from
7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays to study Hebrew according to the
Ulpan method developed in Israel.
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ana1
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FOR MOTHIR'S DAY
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PHONE7569984 .
Ladies Auxiliary Meets
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
677, Jewish War Veterans, will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Mother's Day Specia/
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Andee Einbinder Weds Danny Weiner
In Ceremonies At Temple Emanu-El
Rabbi Irvine 1-ohrman officiated i of th<- K. Weinrrs. 7710 Tatum
the Tefflpie Kmanu-Kl rites Waterway, Miami Beach.
1
MRS. DANNY H. WIIN18
. king Andee Kinbinder the bride
of Danny Herbert Weiner on Sun-
day, May 3. Her uncle. Michael
ICalkin of New York, gave her in
tf-arriage.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Florence Kinbinder. 11960 NK
39th Dr.. North Miami, and the
late F.li Kinbinder, attended North
Miami Senior High School and
f-aduated from Biscayne School
< f Medical Technology. Her hus-
i :!. who is presently in the
; Pade Junior College. He is the son
For her wedding the new Mrs.
Weiner selected an A-line gown of
| white silk organza and Chantilly
lace trimmed with seed pearls. It
(('lured Umg. full lantern sleevi -
lit-h neckline and a full chapel-
'ength detachable nam <>f lace and
rganxa. A matching headpiece of I
irganza and lily of the valley h< Id
i triple tier veil of French Illusion
Phyllis Einbmoer served as her
sist< r*s maid ol honor. Her dn --
iiras ol organiza In pal< pink and
white.
am. r riding their honeymoon
.n Nassau. Mr. and Mrs Weinei
will make their home in Virgil
Beach, Va where Danny is cur-
11 ntly stationed.
.'5 Generation Luncheon
The Women's Auxiliary of Alpha
Omega dental fraternity will have
daughters as well as mothers as
guests at their Three Generation
Luncheon celebrating Mother's
Day Saturday. May 9. at Kings
i Bay Yacht Club. The event start-
ing at 11 a.m. will feature Little
Red Riding Hood." presented by
the U-M ChildrrrTs Opera.
Card Party-Celebration
A card |>arty and celebration of
jjsraei Indapendenos Day will be
held by Four Fm-doms-Histadnit
I in the President Madison Hotel
i at 7:.T0 p.m. Thursday. May 14.
j All proceeds of the program under
; the chairmanship of Mrs. Mori
Sah! are earmarked for Israeli
I rejects.
Four Presidents To Be
Honored At Luneheon
The four presidents Mrs Mar-
tin Spector. the present leader.
Mrs. Morton Fellman. founding
president, and past pies.ucnts Mrs.
Meyer Baskin and Mrs. H. Frank-
>in Williams, will be honored at
the seventh annual Spring Lunch-
eon nf thr Miami Chapter, Wom-
en's Division, American Society
(>? Technion, which will be held
In thi' University of Minn's Fac-
ulty Club, 1550 Brescia Aw Coral
Gal lei Friday, May 15, at 11:30
with Mrs K"s. Shapiro serv-
IS hail man of the day.
An illustrated talk entitled
irney >>f a Lifetime," will (
presented by Mrs Howard Trim.
Ann Wollman is taking reserve-
; i ins
Jennie Grossinger Hosting Mother's!
Party At The Jewish Home For The
Cancer League Meets
The Women's Cancer League >>i
Miami Beach will hold its lust
iKtard meeting of the new year
Friday at 10:.T0 am. Lunch will
follow the open meeting In the
Canvlot Restaurant. 100 Lincoln
Ril. Mrs. Michael Bright is presi-
dent; Mrs. Lois Fenchel is taking
reservations.
CUSTOM UlLDIHfi a lEJMKUNfi
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DrMATis WST ^ y $ ,
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Mom, Daughter in Japan
The local mother-daughter tt am
of Edith Irma Siegel and Rent*
Marshall, both of whom are mem-
bers of the National Society of
Inti rior Designers an> attemling
the international conference of the
organlntian, being held in Ja|in
They will visit Kxj>o "0 in Osaka
and spend several days in Bangkok
and Hong Kong before returning
to Miami.
The well-known phi'anthropist
and humanitarian Jennie Grossin-
ger. who for a number of yen.
na. heated the annual Mother's
Day Party held at the Jjawish
Home for the Aged (Douglas Gar-
dens 1. is again underwriting trv
gala evenl sponsored by the Great-
i Miami Women's Auxili try in
the Home's Ruby Auditorium at
. IS i1 m Sunday.
Since its inception. Ml v I ,
I'u-. 1 has bei n one ol the Home's
stauni Iv si suppoi ti rs, larg< lj 1 .
to the influence ol the Home's
founder, Mrs. Lsidoi Cohen It
she who supph. d the lim ns an I
kitchen equipment which enablni
the Home to hi sin >i 1 at Ion, Tlv
Horn < the fact thai ll
grown to its present stature to
Jennie Grossinger and hundreds
of others like her.
The guests will be greeted by
Mrs Lawrence SUverman, presl
dent of the Auxiliary, and Mrs, Sol
Silvennan, its honorary life presi-
dent. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. pro-
gram chairman, will introduce the
l>pular Martin Reed Trio., ap-
1 earing through the courtesy of
the A KM Local 653. who will
present a program of music 1 s-
pecially chosen for its appeal to
si nior citizens. The gui-st soloist
who will api ar is bi ing kept as
a surprise.
Bus transportation to the party
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as thi oldest, youngest
mothi 1 with the mostchiM
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Luncheon PlaBned
s' '"' **tl
'" '" : innual daarl
> on ol Biscayni Chapter Ann : UcaJ C(Ttrtt|3|
m 1 which will br heki
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*Jewislfhridfirtr
Pag 11-C
jj Chapter Of Hadassah To Install
71 Officers In Monday Ceremonies
llaticn .-.nmonies for the
lofficcrs of Miami Chapter
L.ah are sohedulc-d to tako
[(MRS MOKKIS HUMAN
it Ihi Dupont Pla/a Hotel
\hku ning at 8 p.m.
np th. oath of office as
ft will be Mrs. Morris Her-
I as rved as president
lAviva Group and is active
affairs of the women's or-
i,,n. \ |i:l- with Mrs. Herman will
iral vice presidents with
fields of endeavor. These
Mis William Parker, ad-
Itlu : Mrs. Maurice Sim-
{organization; Mrs. Arthur
pan mberahip; Mrs. Mar-
Iter, program; Mrs. Bernard
Mandlcr, fund-raising, and Mrs.
Joseph l.iss. education.
Mrs. Morris Lauretz was elected
treasurer. Secretaries include Mrs.
Jules Freeman, financial; Mrs.
Jack Sills and Mrs. Stanley .Miller.
membership dues; Mrs. David
i ewis, recording, ami Mrs. Sidney
Stiglitz, coi i espi tiding.
Mrs. Harold Abbot Is installa-
lion chairman. The entcrtainmenl
v ill be provided by Mrs. Bernard
l- pissig and her Three Genera-
tions a group which has made a
number of appearances in 'his
;"( a and includi s Mrs. Fleissig's
moth< r, ris.t Zigli i. hi r son, Ted,
and daughter, Mindy. Their ac-
rnmpanist is Mrs. s. j. Solove.
" *
Mi inters of the be entertained by The (hai Play-
ers .it their installation meeting
in the Hurricane Harbor Restau-
rant. 12401 Biscayne Blvd., at 8
p.m. Saturday, May 16.

Outgoing Miami Beach Chapter
president Mrs. Philip Thau will be
the guest s|ieaker at lintt Group's
installation in tho Jade Winds
Tower Auditorium, North Miami
B< ach. at 8 p.m. Monday. May 18.
Mrs. Ira Gluckstein will officially
take the reins from outgoing pres-
ident Mrs. Samuel Yanowitz; the
Jade Winds Choral Group will pro-
ride the entertainment.
a 4
Installation ceremonies will bo
held by Mt. Si opus (iroup in Tem-
ple Zamoia. Coral Gables, at noon
Monday. May 18. Mrs. Monica
1'nglcr will be installed for her
second term as president, and
Cantor Richard Browdy will pre-
sent a program of songs from
many lands.

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Rabbi Max I.ipsehit/. spiritual
leader of Beth Tor ah Congregation
and a member of AJCon^ress'
South Florida Council, will install
the following officers: Mis. Irving
B. Kaplan, chairman of the board;
Of AJC Bruneheon
Mrs. Maurice Cahn. honorary vice
president; Mrs. Murray Topper,
president; Mrs. Sol Berlin, Mrs.
Alex Meyerson, Mrs. Irving Quar-
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Louis Friedman. 441 NF. 175th
St.. North Miami Boaeh.
Ricki graduated from Miami's
Coral Park Senior High School.
and now is employed by Fntor-
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Her fiance graduated from Oak
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Mich. He attended Miami-Dado
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-Jmistirhridlati
Kneseth Israel Will Honor Schapiro At Annual JNF Banquet
Oscar B. Schapiro. who has won
recognition as a i>hilanthropist and
community leader, will be honored
by Kneseth Israel Congregation at
its annualJ^F JJanquct on Lag
F'omer..Sunday, May 24. accord-
ing to ah announounent made by
Miami tVach Mayor Jay Dycrocr.
president of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami.
Milton K.ihn. president of the
ti mole, praised JNF for its role
in the strength of Israel, and Mr.
Schapiro f> r his support of that
organization, and his activities in
1 hall of H brew education in the
Greater Miami area, as well as
his leadership in Kneseth Israel.
The banquet provides a bond
between Kneseth Israel and the
, land of Israel. Rabbi Da\ id Lehr-
Deld, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, declared, ami associates
the congregation with a specific
project of its own in Israel,
through the Jewish National Fund.
Arrangements have been made
for Tuva Konni. the song-bird of
Israel." to appear at the banquet
as guest artist. Israeli composer-
pianist Shmucl Fershko will be
at the piano.
The committee in charge of u-
rangements for the function in-
cludes Louis AbYBJIlS, Morris Braf-
i'ian, l.ouis Dublin. David I'i- I
stein. Albert Kurst. Max Goldin.
Jack Ha/elhorn. Rev, Jacob Kat/.
David Rothman. Morris Schachter,
Maurice Simon. Julius Schwartz.
Harold Shapiro. Benjamin Wein-
berg. Philip Weiss, and Irving I
Zitter.
Students Interest Others In Trar.t
Meetings Announced By Pioneer Women
M tings announced by chapters
ot the Greater Miami Council of
Women for the month of
k the following:
* :1
Th< Beba Hetaesi Chapter, will
i n Wednesday in the
U n y> denal at 1133 Nor-
mandy IV

Plaaeer Waters < lab will hold
its Mother's Day luncheon at noon
lay k Raleigh Hotel, isth
Street and Collins Avenue honor-
ing its president, Mrs Franres
Packer. Guesl speaki r will be Mrs
Harriet Green Council president;
Sol Zw eigel, I mpanled by
Helen Skolnik, will provide th
i nti Mi s. Esther Shed-
rof f is s lairm
Pioneer Womssi < lui> I was I
Moth i I 'a> at us l
meeting in t i i, Washington
Federal at 1234 Washington Am.,
Thursday with Miriam Gingold as
s[ ak' i and music provided by
ilin.
Hv club will mark the 22nd an-
niversary Israels Independence
at 1 p.m. Thursday May 21 in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ton Air. Sophie Krantz is scrv-
ing as chairman f tion: the musical portion of the
program will be provided by Ra-
th* i Wi n-.stein.

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Installation Set By
Douglas Gardens
Junior Auxiliary
Judge Irving Cypen will install
the Junior Auxiliary officers of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
i Douglas Gardens! in the Home's
Ruby Auditorium. 151 NX 52nd ,
St., at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. ,
May 19. it has l>een announced.
Rena Stein will give the invoca-
tion, and Judge Cypen, who will
also deliver a message, will be
introduced by Mrs. Ruth Johnson
.neettng will be Ik Id at Beth David ,}"K'''- Program chairman.
Congregation. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.. Ml, Jay Rechtacfcaffer, who'
at 1 p.m. Tuesday. A Him on Is- wl|, ,H. install,.,i ,, ., ,econd term
reel will bi featured. .,, president, will five the mrtiage
Proceeds of a luncheon to be of welm and piwaent her annual
teport. Kntertainment Will fur-
lahed by vocalist Marie Balaban,
accompanied by Bert Duckman at
the piano.
Mrs Gladys Israel. Mrs Lillian
Namm and Mrs Bally Schwartz
are in charge of reservations.
Israel students now at adversi-
ties and colleges in the United
States have become active in th.
promotion of travel to brae!.
More than 1.000 of them have
enlisted in a project aimed ,,t
reaching into the heart of the
college campuses and Interesting
American students m lsra.1 travel
The project, which is sponsored by
the Government Bureau for Is-
a Profc.
the
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1caraPlO> or*.*!
r1 In ^ L'j*\
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hosted by Mr and Mrs Robert
Hilbert Wednesday in their h
at 1556 Murcla Ave., Coral Gables,
will go to Child Rescue Fund in
Israel. The Hillx'it's mother Mrs
William Sokolof! will be honored
Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark, (left) honorary chairman
of the "Scotty Fund" dance and show, presents a ticket for
Sunday's event to Dupont Plaza Hotel manager Skip Shep-
ard. Sammy Spear, right, and his orchestra head the list of
top professional entertainers appearing at the benefit.
Tickets are available at the Mahi Shrine Temple, Moose
Club. Democrat Club, and at the PBA Hall the night of the
show.
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3, 1970
*-Jenislincr/kffa/n
Paqe 9-B
.pping's Fine In Israel Stores *tZ?2S72i
|H- |il< asui.'s bunlry is t<> n<> on a
on, and in Israel
exceptionally fiii*-
froni iiiiiii'iit art to ;
can Ih' IoiiikI In, ope
, i he hundred! of '
Ighixit the country that ,
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i?;i,^M,;'LT""HsmIhiS raniili:,r us **" *>" "> native cos-
tlZ^SSSL""* Ju,li,h Mu,,er'5 d*u*htful "
Zucca nt 2:.!0 p.m. Sunday in the
, New Mazica Hall. Miami Beach.
The piano pupils of Esther Bar- -n. m ,
The entire program will be made
ret! will present a salute to Mana- ,, f songs she composed.
etco Theatres
jACADEMY
ID NOMINATIONS
lKd Burton
flEVE Bl'JOLD
u.Wai.us
Awns?
isatib Day
During the past several years
Israeli fashions for Women have "
begun to emerge as an Important
influence in the world market and.
more recently, nun's and chil-
dren's wear are also coming into
the forefront. Among the most
popular items are Lathers, suedes.
and furs. Israeli styling, quality
and workman- hip are veill, nt
and. for the tourist, there's .. 30
percenl discount on these goods
available from styles specifically
licensed by the Ministry ol Tour-
ism
Israel's

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Among 111. authoi \/< il simps are
the famous Shalom Department
Stores, the first rate [wanii
loeatl d in manj of Israel's fin. si
hoti Is. and the retail shoo at the
'Beged < ir" factory. In Tel Avi\
.'i. Danaya. 1 Schneidman & Sons,
nn.l the newlj opened Tourist Ex-
port Centet; and Roscnblum's is
in Ji rusali m. Tourists can also
benefit from a 15' discount of
ether fashion items, as well as
irifis, jewelry and souvenirs, when
paying bj travelers cheek.
Israi I is world famous for gems,
antiques and antique jewelry and
shops specializing in these items
are concentrated in Tel Aviv,
Haifa and Jerusalem. Art col lec-
tors will want to visit the galleries
In Safed; line1 glass jew idly and
artifacts are to he found in He-
llion: and Yafo is the place to
shop for artistic as well as luinior-
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RENTALS and CAMP STORE SUPPLIES
Coed Buys on Used Trailers ..
perfume "Bat-Shi bn." available in
stores i vcrywhere.
The bazaars in Jerusalem, Naza-
reth, Bethlehem and Acre are a
special trcal for bargain hunters,
and the looking's fun. You might
njoy searching for old and hard-
to-find "mod" Bedouin jewelry in
these bazaars.
For the arts and crafts of Israel
there's the well-known "Maskit"
cooperative, championed by Ruth
i Mrs. Moshei Dayan; anil shoppera
will also enjoy looking into the
Wizo Shops, where a wide variety
of gifts and souvenirs are availa- t
hie. All articles hen are crafted
by members of the women's home
industries group, and all profits
go to the Women's International
Zionist Organization.
Tourists will especially lx- in- ,
t. listed in the Duty Five shops
' in major hotels and at Lod Air-
port. Top quality goods from
around the world are sold at un-
lit lieveably low prices and. as with
i all duty free shops, purchases will
be delivered to your port of exit
for collection upon departure.
Bargain hunters will also find
the lower-than-ever air fares to
Israel most attractive at this time
ol year.
Mrs. Angie Brooks, president of the 24th session of the
United Nations General Assembly who visited the
Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel recently, is
shown with Dr. Albert Sabin, president of the Institute.
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Page 10-B
Merlin Maffingcr
lsj*nhr
N.fhon Mfrr
will be- among the Rin^ts.

BARRY MACK
Saturday, May 9. at Temple Or
(>l m. Barry Ivan, the son of Mr.
.iih1 Mrs. Marvin Mack. 10000 s\v
15th Tor., will rilebi.ite his Bar
Mitzvai)
A seventh grade student at
Rockway Junior High Sehool. the
celebranl is member uf the
Future Teachen of America and
plays saxophone in the school's
band.
Barry** paraata will host the
Friday evening Omg Shabb.it and
the Kiddush after the ceremony on
Saturday, and hold a recaption
and dinner in his honor at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Among the guest!
Theresa C.reenberg.
ternal grandmother.
Mi v R ij Mack and
and Mrs. Marvin Zalis. 1720 S\V
. X7th PL, will be Bat Mitzvah a'
Congregation Ahavat Snalon: I
day. May 8. during the 8 30
an ices.
Sharon is a member of her
school's S.ifety Patrol, and ol
YW-YMHA.
The celebranl will be hoi
by her parents at the Oneg SI i
Friday,

Mis.
ma*
ami
AVRAM KII'PKR
Rappi Joseph To; el. spiritual
leader of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom in Lafayette. I.a., will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mit/vah services
of Avram. the son of Rablii and
Mrs. Morns A. Kipper, in Temple
Judea of Coral Gables at 11:15
a.m. Saturday. May 9. A\i will
-endue! the worship service.

BARRY imiSKMW
Barry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louil Briskman. will become Bar
.Mit/vah Saturday. May 9. at the
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
with Rabbi Naftali Porush offJci-
iting.
Barry is a student at Greynolds
Park Elementary School and is
(standing in its athletic pro-
i mi He was the recipient ol a
dal for jus high ji n
Barry's parents will sponSOl the
Kiddush for the congregation and
nily following the services and
hold a reception in Ins honor Sat-
urday evening in thi ir home.
Mrs. Ronald Rosner, the cele-
u iist< i I husband
ai A child will come I
i, N.Y., to I present foi
lebration, and Ins a i
Frieda Robin ol Philadelphia, will
b> among the hot
*
NATHAN ADLEB
On Sati : la) Maj 9 N it in
the son ol Cantor ai I Mi Zvi
"II. i. will celel Mitz-
a) Ti mple Emanu-El, w
father h Cantor t u
the pas) t< n yi an
lathan ii ide stu-
: t.t at the Hel n w ol
. eati r Miami and a i ol
.Is choir and of the FJ S
Immediatelj f. i
-i ip service, the eel I will !*
in d at a Kid I ish which will
held in the t. mpk 's I
lallroom.
*
ROBERT I.ITTM \\
Rob" it Scolt, i
- Hi nry G ittman, will \- ,
i Mitzvah Saturd mornit
ij '. at Ti mple /
Rob rl i-; an honor studei
I ad< i Junior liii^i Sch "... w
is in the sevi nth i I
Rob 11
- Hyman Guttma Mr.
nd Mi s. FJmanuel III i
>> ill be tmong the I ed g
ha uncle, Myron Bli
me from l'ori Washington, N v
the occasion, and I I are
Kpected from Minneapolis, Minn.

MARK SIMON
Mark Howard, the son ol Mrs.
elyn Simon, 60 SW 52nd Avi
a ill celebrate his Bai Mitzvah at
Temple B< th Tov on Saturdas
y 9.
The celebrant is a Student at
KlnlOCh Park Junior High School,
where he is in the seventh grade.
Mrs. Simon will sponsor the
Oneg shabbat following the Fri-
day nlghl Services and a Kiddush
following the Bar Mit/vah on Sat-
irday and win bold a luncheon
i -eption for relatives and friends
Saturday afternoon at Grenti
in Mark's honor
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MARTIN MAI.I.INtiKR
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley will
Conduct the 10:30 a.m. services at
Temple Sinai of North I)ad- Sat-
urday, May 9. during which Martin
Ralph, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Hyman Mallinger, will be called
t.i the Torah as a liar Mitzvah.
Martin is a student at Temple
Sinai's religious scht>ol and attends
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, where he is in the seventh
grade. Martin's National AAA
Traffic Poster recently won fii>t
prize, and he is a nn mber of a
Hoy Scout Troop.
In addition to family and friends
from the Miami area. Mr and
Mrs. E. Stern and Mr. and Mis
Julius Rabl from New York City
will be
Barry's
and I)r
family.
MONA ISSF.NRERG
Mot a Yvette. the daughter of
David and Olga IssenU-rR. 1029
Malawi Av\. Coral Gables, will
celebrate her Bat Mit/vah at Beth
David Congregation Friday, May 8
A seventh grade student at
Poncv de I^-on Junior High School.
Mom has attended Beth David's
religious school five years and is
in Hebrew grade Hay She is a
member of Beth David's Junior
Choir.
The celebranl will !* honored at
a reception which will be held at
Beth David. Her grandmother.
Mrs Pearl [ssenberg of Miami.
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bagel its rightful namewater bageL A few flakes of onion or.
a little garlic are grudgingly permitted as a sign of the times.
but pumpernickel, rye, whole wheat, raisin and poppyseed
varieties are locked upon as just rolls with holessincere
forms of flattery, but not bagels.
LEGAL NOTICE
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scme;imes-Pclish city of origin. Nolps dashing or elegant, as the fj uu
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A non-bagel that does meet with the bagel set= approval
is the "biaiy" or "bialystok," named after its sometimes-Russian,
bagel, the "biaiy" slopes bumpiiy down towards a center
depression and its floury finish is a real hazard for diners in
dark clothes. Nevertheless, its solid, bagel-type ancestry and
solid, bagel-chewy taste makes it first runner-up in lox and
cream cheese circles.
BAGEL BAKING IS BI(. BUSINESS
Bcgel bakers came to the United States from Bus and
and the Balkcns around the end of the last century. They
ed their first basement bakeries alonq Mew Y
Lower East Side and across the bridge ir. ''': rm rg, Brook-
lyn. A week's wages for a bcgel baker ... ----- days miqhl
have been S5. and his customers all lived
hcod. Today, many of the old ways still prevail in the fcce of

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,t people recognize a bagc-1 on sight and connect
jx, cream cheese, jokes and Jewish menus. Few
real, inside story. We hope this quick survey of
><:? informs and amuses you. whether bagels are
iar i1 hjbitual with you. And by all meansread at
mess orccurtion cr.d distribution. Bagels era "till sr.coee ov -
hana and. unless packaged or ready-to-ba. they're baked. And each baker and deliverer still ge;s as part
of his day's pay. two dozen bagels. In other respects bagel
.g has followed the American-leqend pattern end is now
Big Businessnationwide, non-sectarian and unionized.
Modern bcgel bakeries ere bright, shining plants. In and
around New York City. 36 bakeries turn out nothing but bagels
^les into the origin of the bagels name and eppear- _about 250.000 every day and three times that many on
Saturdays and Sundays, when 60 per cent of all bagels ere sold.
rally run - railed a bagel?"
has a hole in the middle."
does .t have a hole in the middle?"
se without the hole it wouldn't be a bagel.''
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New you're finding out ail about bagels 'and how they're
made1 and you'd love to try one, but you're on a diet. We
have news for you: Bagels are non-fattening. That two minutes
they spend in hot water cooks most of their starch ritht ou-:
if they had been invented for dieters they could hardly have
lederick F. Fletcher, eminent philologist, has given this fewer calories-about 50 per bagel.
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The famous and delicious combination, bagel lox and
6 the Turks invaded Vienna, but could not take the cream cheese, is the result of years of! testing and experiment-
ing. To bring out the best of these dehcateiy balanced flavors
and textures, the bagel should be toasted or hected.
Sobiesky, King of Poland, having crrived with a
helped defeat the Turks and liberate Vienna.
\\- remendoua booty left behind by the fleeing Turks
.-.: stocks of green coffee, beheved by the
. to be camel fodder. A Polish adventurer.
\ of the Turkish language r.cd enabled him
ages to the oncoming liberating crmies, and who
ted with Italicn coffeehouses, csked for the un-
mans cs his reword.
bunded the first Viennese coffeehouse ir. what is now
5 in Vienna. To go with his coffee he ordered from
baker what is now known as the 'Kipfel, c halt-
ed small bread. Marie Antoinette introduced the
s, where it is known as 'croissant.'
A bagel baker with 50 year? experience told us: "Without
bagels they wouldn't sell any lox." Be clad there're bagels
because lexsmoked Nova Scotia salmonis true gourmet
stuff. The Nova Scotia salmon fulfills its purpose ? no:
when it finally gets upstream, but when it doesn't- and instead
is srr.cked, sliced thin as paper and corr.<*s to rest or. a cream
cheese bcgel. Lesser breeds, known as "belly lox" can keep
you thirsty all day and awake all night, bu' Nova Scotia never.
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It 5 oolite to break your bagel and eat it in pieces as yo'
... taught to do with bread, to do this, grasp bagel firmly
,-*in"that with both hands and pull apart with a twisting motion. Now
rtunity and ordered from the baker a bread in
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John Sobiesky entered Vienna, tne arcneru! ...l-ens i __ .... __!---------.: m~...
stirrups. The owner of the ceffee house saw in that with both hands and puU1 apart w
the pull a little ncrrder. A little r.araer
c stirrup.
in German
spelled:
- depending on various dialectic regions
Bacels can. of course, be ecten whole or even quietly, fur-
lefl
an is 'Buegel.' In middle-high German it tively dunked. To sUce a bagel for toasting hold farml} in i
: Boegel-from Bocen. arc: also Begel and hand [if you are right-handed being carefu. to have tic
>^Z v,* dialectic reaions'. poking through the hole unless you wan. no fingers.
;ers
poking through the hole unless you went no :.r.aers. with c
verv sharp knife (if yours isn't forge! it; ..arm bagel in even
Duii-and-twist instructions above slice horizontally until
Reverse bagel and work
r the second partition of Poland, the crownland and see ?
ived many Jews from various regions of Germany, about a r.a.f inch from other^de.
. The Yiddish which they spoke was German of knife tnrouen. ^ou now he^e OOi the ,0-.^ ..n..........--,
intermingled with words of various languages, surfaces. Cover witn crec... c..ee=e la, .....
Bcael slicing is a highly persr-;: ttd a dead give
Original horseshoe-shaped bread had long since away to the true character or the sl.rer.
its outer form to a closed ring. Tne barrel was brought -._.., .....h
The S'rong Man saws back md form ietermu t n
tight grip end lips; ends up the rictor ove. two Mighdy flat ,.
half bagels.
Austrian Jews from Vienna. From Gclicia it came
lark.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
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use at breakfast."
kk you. Dr. Fletcher.
isuspect that tradition is not the only reason for the
jlole. Can you imagine eating a solid bagel? It would
like a crocodile's. Bakers say the hole makes the
sier to work with. Eaters say it gives them a better
fies don't say much, but those that get bagels clearly
em to any other teethinq ring. Kids like to catch the
siting through the hole. Maybe they hare the answer;
s hole is for fun.
rists there is only one true bagel, handmade (from
gluten flour, salt, water, malt and yeast) and sun-
lot water for two minutes before being baked. It is
The Sneaky Jabber attacks with knife point at the bagel's
weakest spot-the pale little patch on its : rr.. He may aot know
it. but to slice from there is definitely the hard way.
The Viennese Sidestepper feigns nostalgia for those r.a'if-
mocn shaped rolls and slices vertically-an easy way out out
useless for cream cheese and loxing.
HorCio Alger starts ct the bottom and works his way up,
cimina the knife blade at himself. The eyepat.h marks lim as
either a man of distinction or a very poor bagel slice:.
The Helpless Type should have c care, sl.cer. There are
two kinds to choose from-one a hinged plastic bggel-holdmg
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Israel
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"dfewish Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday. May 8, 1970
Section C
tourism Jl^/ Jactor 3n Israels Cfrowth
Hv MOSIIE KOI
Minister ol Tourism
i ism is lUilque in that it
' icets. Economic, po-
.1 wish, n Uglous nnii uni-
faetors are all included. For
11 sons, prt si nt-day to*r-
n continuation of the old
Ition ol i Ugrima") to Israel;
' il is tin' first stage of
rah.
lav, t 'urism is on'1 of the
si il the world's industries.
a decade of Intensifii d de-
nt, tourism is now ready
1 precrdented achievements.
1 inventional aircraft we had
::ilining of the past decade
w ay to jet airliners, qnad-
'; the number of scats. And
1970s have begun the opcra-
i'' the first commeroial jumbo
[flights. The supersonic jet air-
will also be functioning in
a few years' time, increasing
the speed of travel and the
'' i Of seats.
iorld loiirisiii involved some
million [mtsoiis last year; the
pe from their travel reached
pi <>f SI") hilliona sum equal
Of the entire world Ineome.
pel t lurtam has Increased
year. In spite of the three
's which Israel has been obliged
fiir'n since 1948; in spite of the
laUlity which has always been
the lot of this region, and in spite
of the various attempts that have
been made to sabotage the air
connections between Israel and
the resl of th< world and to ilam-
age i's tourisl industry, tourism
increases.
Once again we envisage an ex-
pansion oi tourism this year, as
Israel dot s v< rything within her
tower to prevent a fourth war
from bri aking out. For the first
three months of 1970, travel to
Israi l showed an increase of more
than 259!.
Our tourist industry at present
constitutes only a small part of
world tourism, hut its Importance
to the Slate ol Israel, both present
and potential, cannot be overesti-
mated. Let us examine this point
in some detail.
In the first year after the estab-
lishment of the state. 4.500 tour-
ists visited Israel. They had 400
hotel rooms at their disposal. Ten
years later, in 1958, when more
than 68.000 tourists visited Isra. I.
there were 4.500 hotel rooms avail-
fihle. The income from tourism in
that year amounted to $12,000,000.
After another decade, more than
1.000 tourists were arriving in Is-
,;.| each day in Other words, in
every four days during 1968. as
many tourists arrived as had ar-
rived during the entire year of
1948. Thus, during the 20th year
of the state's existence, the 400 000
mark was passed for the first
time.
This was achieved through the
I'lOM cooperation between the
Ministry of Tourism and its 17
Offices throughout the world and
all of the other elements playing
an active part in our tourist in-
dustry. These range from airlines,
particularly Kl Al. to the travel
incuts in Israel and abroad, and
Include our tourist transportation
and Staff and tourist guides, as
wefl as the more than '30.000 per-
sons employed in this sector.
Thanks to the multi-faceted in-
vestment policy of the govern-
ment, we were able to provide al-
m st 14.000 recommended hotel
rooms for the 432.000 tourists who
came in 1968. The success of this
policy is due largely to the en-
couragement offered both foreign
and domestic investors. The gov-
ernment itself invests large sums
in the development of the tourism
infrastructure, using companies
established especially for this pur-
|K)se which have both local and
government ties. It refrains, how-
< ver, from establishing exclusively
government-controlled tourist en-
terpi 1st s.
In 1968 the tourist industry be-
came the primary source of in-
come in foreign currency. In that
year our income amounted to $100
million and the added value of this
income was among the highest in
the economy. These achievements
wen stabilized last year.
A visit to Israel is not the same
as a visit to any other country.
Phis is particularly true at the
presi nl moment when tourism has
a special signifieana for us in
i rms of i mi I i and political
i |i r.tification, as w il as its eco-
ni mic val
In spite of an increase in air
piracy, a new record was reached
in the numlx-r ot bookings on Kl
Al llights and t-'irism to Israel
during the month of February.
Th:s fad provides evidence of the
Stability ot the three basic types of
Israel tourism: Jewish, t'hristian
pilgrimages and youth tourism.
During the '70s. we expect a
yearly average increase in tourism
Of 13*. It is estimated that a total
of 8.200.000 persons will visit Is-
rael during the coming decade.
Total income from these visits
should amount to $1,640,000,000.
In addition to the development
of tourist traftic. establishment of
tourist areas and enterprises, the
Ministry of Tourism has paid spe-
(\il attention to the training of
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vJenisti fkrktian

French Youth Return To The Land
Moshr Nachum was an IBM
t< ehnieian.
Albert Krnnk was a c\>oa-Pola
uli i nun
Ines Motodi was an accountant
Abraham Malka :i> .1 drafts-
The four an' an-tonc a emup ot
M (bunding members oi a moshax
in th, N. gi \ Bi aor Eahkol r< lion
What drive* a group t>l young,
d men and women,
1 any of who w up in the
1 .v^ ling pit let to leat
i')ii Ih.'
iv. I? It is
the four won
Jewish 1 tions
which th it have
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for themsrlvts in Isiael eame to
iheae young nun and women not
tong aftiT ttle Six-Day War. J.-us
all over the world were itfrred by
the dire threat to the tiny Slat.
, ,>f Isra< 1 and the magltiflci nt
iggle of th-' heroic laraeli de-
1,-. rhi m young people
,1/ni under the atreaa ol daJl)
went, thai something meaningful
m lacking in their lives T k )
(1'1-idi 1! to eim* to Israel to 1 it
1 -h an agi aettlemi nl
m lere tin j could
for
'h- :: Iheli Ih s
...
;
kit but has set isid
them ''
an ularlj t,. .iiv
plan their future life in the mo-
hav and an advlaor from tht
n 1 thavtm office comta ottl to the
tdbbuta regularly to review poaaJ
I, -solutions to problems with
them.
In the Initial itagi 1 "t their re-
aettleraent. the) an receiving eon
M; 1. .ud from the UJA-
supported Jewiah Agency Theh
houses have Ixi-n built and electric
lines hookiil up. All that remains
to be don.' is plumbing work and
installation of hot water facilities
In addition to individual houses
for the settlers, the moshav will
, have a su|*-rmarket. tyiaagugm
1 and clubhouac Some 2,9)0 dunmu
1625 aaa 111 (i..\e baaa set asui,
' for th moahav In addition to .1
dunam f90 acre) orange grovi
Rccaus>' th.> ntw aetUeri will
' able to tuppofl Ih. iv.s.K,.
> Will mbJ?-*^
family. "Uj^
. A* '>" Shrrmai th
" iHamTS!
H,brew ^nZ'^
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lonatun.ldttJ
As the State of Israel
eflters its third decade
ot tree exist, nee,
WC otter this sincere w
Shalom
Science-based industries cue becoming an increasingly
important part of Israel's economy. Here, a scientist tests a
Moesessbauer Effect radiation analyzer produced by the
Elron-Elbit Works in Haifa. Research work done by the
Weizmann Institute and technological training at the Amal
technical high schools are teamed to produce such techno-
logical advances.
CHASE
FEDERAL
Congratulations.
ANNIVERSARY YEAR


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ANNIVERSARY YEAR
S HALOM
to the state of
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Tourism Key
Factor In
Israel's Growth
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the yew. k>">' contrast! In tern-
Efficient and polite pereonnel. thua perature within short distances,
vun-dn nched beachei on tow was,
therapeutic springs b ating and
fishing ci nters, archaeologicaJ digs
aising the level of servicea avail-
m
, i modern places ol entertein-
. m sit. nourishing settk ments dot-
lerinti arid d< '' and P*P|e
tradition ol hospiUlity
tes bs to : Kbn'
All ol thi be found In
i countr) th ''
. mi and in dern, i I l aal
Weal I J< w H' ,:"'"
The onlj :
East." Isra
il stil iti >i H
offers x :. '"'' '
outh hosti l- n real turanta
end ng sites, si
diving clubs I buses
s |f-dri\ cars, inti 11
tportation every-
win n
MOSNfKOl All "f thia represenU onlj B
: very limited exploitation ol i Kist-
... howt mi an.l will
<$>!, to tourists. The high standard ,,;iIIjIv ,,, anawei the needs of
j services i- tourists achievi I ,;i. n ,_,,,,,.. expected in the
tlrough a great deal of effort, is ..iK .u;il Ml> v0lli,, Uli| develop
illustrated by the facl that no less ( lt.suU ,,, tne risii .: interna-
than 95^ <>f the tourists who vis _, ltandaIX| | [jving, improve-
ted Israel last yew declared they ., ,., o| ,.,.,, conditions, includ-
were satisfied with the Bccommo- ni, |ongel yearlj holidays and the
lations ami upon returning home nxpected increase In airliner pas
- ngi r capacit) a I ictoi which is
c xpected i>> lead t" '< dm tiona in
i i ,-i ol tickets
For Inrm-I. tourism i not j"s'
;in inanomlr instrument, it also
would recommend it to their
. n. nds and relatives
Battiafled t' haaaadora al gaoi itl. an satahh
Me asset to a tourist indiitr>
with onl> limited (und* available ,nHtitut<-> a torn- in atluagtllw-
lor publicity. Todaj Israel has iti]i nttomU} relatiens with other
tourist services *vhih are not onlj pattaaa. it betpa earrj 6m assaaaga
ntadera bsM also ssaa expensive ((f |ra,.| i the lour corners al
than those ot man) other nations. |h|. Mr|,| al| ,.|s t ,1,-fueii rela-
tions SWiWaWI Jews in their home
Then are countries which ar< i.,m| umi their brotfaeis in the
.isited by millions ol I lurists i dlaaswra.
>eai in contrast to Israel, they
iccessibie by rail, bus, cw, bi- This is > time when news n
oi even bj foot Whereas tl world ovei is filled with n
igi stay in these countries i- ports ol milltarj activities and
fron three to flvi days i with terrorists who
staj ol a tourist In Israel i< spire to deter t'':i tourists and
IS days Thus every tourist In this investors A visitoi can see, how-
n .... irlsts .\.r that wi lead a normal every-
visit thi classi countries ol tj .ii. whik caring for ow po
\y< now w itnessii
. ol inv ol traffii In ui
J j ai d Ai -' inn
itions Hi tees that
:. Israel are quiet
and i" aci ful I to itles in
ii ther i mnti u s.
While some oi our
:. are guarding thi bor-
Isra, i ti daj has i sees all the other citia
The hob Is thui i I w Ith di veloping prod
itlon ol
11 asset!
Israel is not onl; tant. a
, oui '" tor will s tion t
(In
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+Jewisti naridfon
Page 5-C
JM SALUTES-
THE STATE
OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
22nd ANNIVERSARY
o ; ,r*fo
19T0 ISRAEL'S lind
ANNIVERSARY YEAR
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Have We Created A New Jewish Holiday
B> DK. SVKA FKDKR
As \vk enter the 23nd > *^ bra is independence it ap-
pears to this writer that a new
Jewish holiday is developing Social
scientists concerned with social
movements are aware of tin lone.
ml often laborious, process that
i> required before a movement
becomes visible to those not re-
lated to it in Yoin Haatzmautwe
have an excellent example, why
was it not declared as s Jewish
holiday immediately when Israel
achieved statehood in 1948? I- 11
possible that we were loo close to
|sra< I's rebirth?
Hut .'_' years have now passed
prut this year shows evideno 1
t inevitability of enthroning
n Haatzmaul with honor, dig-
r ity and pleasure in the perennial
cycli ol J< w ish holid -
t;\.iN The n asons ai i nd
i jhtj
historian has poinl
lhat rest iva
i ivoi ui o\ i r commt mo-
i les some histoi i I on thi
i ition ol statehood In tl
i Israel national festivals with
t n lion of the n ligious hol-
ill original I a for-
i lable ci isis which Ihi
t i verj xisti no i >l I hi Ji w >
"3 he& Jew ish holidays I
i oirl a tin* hen t'i> suni\
Israel was at staki ai I only mir-
aculous!) was del tun
% ictory Chanukah, P u
Pesach certainly illustrate tins.'
nissim Since 1948 1st a< I
rii Yi"i Haatzmaul to its calen-
dar, and it is being Mceptsd by '
World Jewry as a natural, logical
and imptassflva holiday.
Viomsn and otners identified
" with Israel have eaeh year
added programs on the birthdate
f Israel t.> make this celebration
I'.fieal. In recent years the presi-
denl of the American Zionist
Council in Issuing the call for the
ii ii hration of Yoin Haatzmaul has
pointed up the idea of accepting
this as an annual holiday. Pioneer
Women initiated Yom Haatzmaul
as a Family Holiday to be cele-
brated within th<' homi seven
years ago. !.ast month, the Re-
rabbis meeting in Jerusalem
announced Yom Haatzmaul as ,,
permanent festival as part ol
o ii mhi itual histoi) < i i ligious

For those who feel that th< > l
- I), in th. mail stii am ol oui
Ann riean culture, e must add
lhat the .' ws an nol unique in
Ihi ii inti n st in celebi a ting this
11.-. nt l.i>t. i ical event ol
test to Jews Let
us remember that An ici-
ly sed of i thnic and re-
roups whi
lo expn ss thi Ii spi i ific uniqui
I ntrs
ling ol cultural pluralb
The lush head the list ,,nK be-
- i in thi I'm' d
les over 1 argrr
in n ind ha\ a ilair for >
Ira natic St Pati Ick's Day,
, h 17th, is i rated fen all
ta of the United Stati s w ith
tii. march
Up Fifth Avenue, and the KM
ealion ol even part-Irish by the
wearing of the freest Less visible
are the eil< orations of other ethnic
groups through organizations liw.
those of the British and French or
festivals by societies such as the
Polish and Greek Thus the cele-
bration of Israel's Independence
Day should be accepted ss normal
\m, i lean Jews
ow should tins 22nd anniver-
sary tx" e. Ii brated in the
the identifi- t'nited States?
'ton. suited u
"tocaton str^,
A
the h
futun
H'
The pattern seems to have been
established by developing in each
community large festivals beamed
to the adults nnd Including Appro-
priate Israel proKrams. prominent
speakers, erlebmtions hi Hebrew
and Sundays schools .is an II as
sermons m synagogues and tem-
ples during thr Shatilna , preceding Independence Day. In
recent years, 100, we have in-
volved young people to plan < i, -
out toi
latatediovl
lated to \.-i- .
life, w
*t9f|
in n*) -J
'" Certainly thus,

'Won lo Israel ,,,
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Immigration into Israel continues at the highest level in years
as Israel prepares to celebrate its 22nd anniversary Sunday
night. New immigrants aboard the S.S. Theodor Herzl are
being addressed by Deputy Minister Arieh Eliav At his left
is Maj. Gen. Uzi Narkis, director general of the Jewish
Agency's Department of Immigration and Absorption.
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wenty-second
anniveRSARy
the strength and fofttitude winch have seen
isnael ttraouQh the difficult foRimtive yeans
of nationhood will undoubtedly insure its
continued development And peospemty.
V
to the state of iswel ano to hen spmmuwI Dependents =
(eveaywheRe. we extort our wariti concRAtuUtiom.)
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Friday,
Ikj;
War Has Come To Kfar Rosenwald
10' ;.
meni
land
r.4
"Mi
War has come to Kfar Rosen-
. aid. The qiiit existence of this
i,| othl i m that farm settle-
enti on and mar tin once-
aceful brad-Lebanon frontier
been battered by Arab ter-
wrists firing bazookas anil nun -
i n .it Jew iah t irmhousi -
Ii wasn't always like this. Until
i cently. friendlj farmers on either
. f the fronts i line marked
eu asphalt two-lane road w d
through thi mountainous
trysick I Shal ims'
i ,,i chatted about the weather.
ops and thi ir con n i | roblems
ts rod< nts u I sts whi b
il boun-
. .i.
... now TTh ''
: nore i se I
- an i I.- bam se bcrdei
..i
th< Israelis even a i
Fo n I ii l tobi r, 1967. Kfar
-. u.'.Ki and i;* r* ighborii i
: usl S etula. an' the most re-
;n of 47 fit -' rod i cond lino
A New Jewish Holiday
Continue;! From Page (('
linues to defend. Within the
ime suitable program ran be
rled throuch from th> mini-
m of the birthday party to a
i mpleti formal pi ran
programs will u
i < ii this >' ar to f irther the m w
w rn Ida) fi i >m n ^
i roughoul In.'.' Day.
nda\ May 11 In < i we
Jews m ill hat. h id th.
chiah" ol laum uig a
\s i.i.i the (treat
I to us m a sil ;
agricultural settlements estabttsh-
ed along the rugged border. When
Kfar Rosenwald was dedicated in
the autumn of l%7 in ceremonies
attended by its benefactor, noted
Sen York philanthropist William
RosenwvkL sad members of the
L'nited Jewish Appeal Stud) Mis-
sion, the war seemed distant, ami
injur) ami death were not daily
cccun i nci -
i : ol the t> rroi ists' first io-
ns here was Yaaco\ I arai "'. a
i -h ol leaehei wl was born in
rccco ll drove the rug|
ler n ad es to tl
it in Ha/or until he
: nd --!i"t i >' Arab
tats Hi lurvivi >t. and is n -
n his Hi
vants ti ach again but i an no
longi t mak I hi
fip to Hs babl) !
teat King at the n ioi >l In
tead.
Life is m it easy for the young
. rs ir. the new border settle-
'.I is M.i'> an second-generation
: ihavniks" who opened new
ntier settlements becausi their
parents' farmsteads were not big
enough. Educated In Israel schools
.mil trained to i' farmers on the
cooperative moshavim. hardened
and tested in the war ami tin'
tars aftei thi wan these young
men are tough and determined to
nd their land against the n w
at of terrorism
Fliahu Zal in i~ another resldi i.i
Kfai !'.' at nw aid A 16-yeai
in Kui ii' stan hi'
famil) children Is
Although
- ii n inconx is s pplementi it
b) a small got (rant, he
I i 100 Israeli pound!
$313 to i nd his st son to a
We will Stay here in S| ItS Of
the war." saiit Zalah. "but we need
!i. |p so that our children can go to
n.^h school ami vocational school
here." Secondary schools are far
ti m the Israel Lebanon bonier
ind itudents must be avopaptd to
i;\, at school
The urgent needs ol the moshat
iris Ikim not been Ignoi d
The .'> u ish Agenc) u iing JA
and Keren Haycsod funds. ha
joined with other Israeli agen
to provide about $22.9 million to
the northern border communities
tn strengthen their economj even
, e the army fortifies the bordei
UJA ami Keren rlayosod an
i nmmittl il tn Tie, ; the M I.
Water Co will supply 20'. foi
al i ipment; ami the Jew -
ish National Fund will commit

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"St>t-iuj'
GREETINGS TO
THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS 22nd ANNIVERSARY
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t'Jenisti FkirSdlecur
Page 9-C
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^Jmiililcrkgiar
5iiW
El Al Israel Airlines Jets Ahead
llv MOUIM ( II VI HK.\ Mil.
ir.sui.-iit. MAI Israel AMlMM
The Biblical prophecy of the in-
theiing of I ho exik's of Israel
11 the wings of eagles" a.>
., |h. v.ti b> ;i latter-day. cUchl
. nl. an an plan. It belonged to
Al. the fledgling aiiiine ol the
i.-!.nn State of Israel
Not originally conoeived as a;
. minorcial < ni> i pus.'. Kl-Al bc-
I in ita role in the historv "I the
State as the "eagle" that bore on I
ns wings the iti;ui|H>ra of Israel
hum Kuropc. Yiin.n and the Arab
< "intiK-s. It was incorporated un-
il. r the lavAS of the new State ol
Israel Nov. 15. 1MB. lor the single
pnr|iosc. of facilitating casv and
:nil transit lor Jews all over the
\> orJd lo Isiael.
pile records ot Mm company I"
: -11 I > .lavs show few of the
i i..i expenditure! made b) an air-
line, sinee ita aims at that time .lid
not Include financial success One
ol its ingest expenaea at that
tinie was paint vciv often the
r. i eiaft wrould be temporarily re-
, :nt..l In order to mask its iden-
i \ i nabling ii to 11> .>\. i aii at
w hich could i dangerous
In ita iirst year ol operation. El-
A flew surplus World War II air-
. ifi on w rj limited capital It
* .is -till flying I.....i"ip-
i i lit In 1849. hut In then it ha.l
. .1 tied route*> to Rom and
Within two yi ai a Constella-
tion waa a Wed and routes were
i\|anded to Include Athens. Vien-
I Xunch. Ion.Ion, New York,
liooi and Johannesburg. Three
i oat Qonetellattana were obtained
i i tue early '50s. and routes to
1~' uil.ul. Brussels. Aiiisterdani.
Ti bet an. Kraiiktun. Munich and
t'.'lioiihaKen tratta stablishod. It i
a nd great deal oj I.termination 1
that Kl-Al set inn to establish it-
record of 9 hours. "'S minutes 'leheran. Istanbul. Cyprus and
s, It in the most lucrative air- A
travel market of all the trans- 'lying time was established by the Atamna
Atlantic. I'i'st ,,'h' ,ms nH,t'"- wmch Oteti in ran
The years 1948-57 an
o as the lean yean" in th- his-. The "lean y.ais
lory of Kl-Al. The comi>any with n.tely a thins of the past. In 1970
ita outdated equipment, mule tie- l.l-Al will be flying ten pure-jet
mendoua efforts to onmpete with Sotings, and In 1971 will bacaaat
":,l,LS,r"'s in llrip, .
1 >,ntV4 T^?2
'hanhao'th.2ail
11 tor.
Vst flight on this route, which
referred W*Wd 5,W S,a,U,,, ""* ** the African route, to in-1 """ 'he coun".^ ^*|
a..- now deft- *** y"*x Africa as well, to ad.l '"""-- "nanj loita^B
South Amciiea to th*' oumimnv s l",,K ">j4|
: .ut- map. and to add thi cities' TypicaJtj th
f I-os Angoks. Chicago. Boston. i:s '., tiiihl:^^''^ "*1al
the large ami modem fk'ets of
American and European compa-
nies The latter were heavily la*
cored, ol course, and not even the IfaD million plan..- which have a
.'.wish element of Kl-Al could pro* i 400-paasengor c ip < ty, have been
Vide a counter-lialanc. towards i ordered. Th. y will be flying non-
the end Of this period, the govern- ItOp from > W York to Tel Aviv.
menl the majority sii.u, hol.l. Mxhoui:h stll| ,.,.,...,,,.,,
in the company decided |' iml, compact)
waa abeoiutelj necaaaary for El-AJ ,.,,n,Ulils .
la N- given the equipment it
needed if it was to compote la
world air markets. The conuwny
was authorized to order four of ;
tne most modern civilian planes
then available Bristol-Britannia
I rop-jeia
the world's first international car- Philadelphia ami Miami to the air-
... to [Hit the Boeing-747 Jumbo l,n,'s '"* rwts ,n *-wrka.
j<'t into operatMN Two of thi-sc
proptv cy,
inx'nt o(
^
i.r^mi^-
ITomotion
''' '? i
is a
bs
company's
now coven three major route pat-
tcrna tan North Atlantic, between
N a York and tan major citloa ol
l-)urope; an African route to Nai-
robi ami Johannesburg, and "local
Two years after emrKing from' \v"' "'' interrfe
it^ ptonearina age in I96T, EU-AJ ,lli:> "'
ihOMred its first profit, and aiace "'" nd thrive tl
then has remained consistently in
:h. Mack a very rare achi.v.-
menl in this fhl.l. It has earn, d
nit. i national ''""' ''o11*1'* 'ban anv other singl.
fleet bualaan institution in Israel ap-
nroxbnately $62 million. Its reve-
nue turnover has multiplied eight-
laid sine.- its stabhshm. nt and
ow Btanda at S80 million
%
Tourism has now become one of
trea" routes including flights to.;i-. lanjnl and meat proflUbl<

At a tim. whin other airlines
were sun flying pteton-englnet
,i, !..;i the lust of HI-AI s new
fleet flew acroaa the Atlantic In
record tun. receiving a Blue Rib-
bon i"i th. aborted tina
by a commercl 'it betwei n
N. w York and London up until
22. 1S67.
Th.- Britannia > i v i.
is n did in the interim period be-
' w. n piston-. Ilgin. : : i
pure jeta waa il ort-liv< d But Kl-
Al matured into ine of trulv
-.t. i'national itanding OM of the
.ery few in the
\'oii.i .luring that time And by
lHil it inaugurated pure-jet aerv-
let with three Boetng-707 Intcr-
i i.tin,nial aiilin. I -
With tins service came the in-
auguration of the longest non-stop
aehedulod commercial flight, cre-
ating for the first time a direct
link betwoen New York and Tel
Aviv. Sypassing Kuroiie cntirvl>.
Nurses stand near the covered walk which
leads to the main building of the massive
Central Negev Hospital Center built by
Histadrut in Beersheba. It includes the
Greater Miami Medical and Rehabilitation
Center, and often treats wounded Israeli
soldiers being returned trom the ecixUal
borders. Israel's nationwide medical i
ices, under the auspices ol Hadassd h
government and Rupert Holim. are retail
among the linest in the world.
V/Mr* <^allttc 22nd ANNIVERSARY YEAR
Mr. And Mrs. Aaron Kravitz


lay 8. 1970
+Jmist) f9orkMann
Page 11-C
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^
22nd
ANNIVERSARY
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the Afro-Asian Institute of the Histadrut, brings hundreds of
students to the Jewish state. An instructor of the Volcani
Institute of Agricultural Research helps African students at
the Rehovot institution.
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8. 1970
fJenisti ncridfistr?
Page 13-C
Wherefore is this auto
dealership different from all
other auto dealerships ?
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[ at tins auto dealership arc you
. d an exclusive warrant) in
lition to the factory warranty
ill n.iss you won't pay one cent lor
i> mechanical maintenance or
pairs (including parts and labor)
fin oik- year or 12.000 miles.
Only at this auto dealership can
lou receive the exclusive, five-month
Try-it-tefore-you-huy-it plan. Which
ei\es you cash foi youi old car and
lets you rent a new JMPontiac, and
drive u as if you owned it. absolutely
maintenance-free, lor five full months.
If you then decide to buy it. the entire
rental charge is applied to the low-
purchase price.
Only at this auto dealership do you
receive unlimited free car washes,
plus four Super-Glaze waxes a year
at no charge for as long as you own
your JMPontiac.
Because this auto dealership not
only wants to sell you a new ear
today. It also wants to buy it back
some day. And sell you another.
And another. And another.
We invite you to visit this auto
dealership soon no you may examine
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Michael Luboff went to Israel to gain a country and lost a leg.
Thousands of Jews died to save Israel in
in the Six Day War and its aftermath.
Michael was luckier. A little luckier.
Not that he's complaining. He's proud
of his country. And his part in defending it.
He migrated to Israel in 1960 and set
up a business. I ntil the survival of
Israel became his business.
Israel's survival is still the business
of two and one-half million Israelis.
The wax goes on. Without Michael.
With other Michaels. Who'll willingly
gi v c life or limb for their, country.
But because almost all of Israel's
resources must be spent for defense,
there's practically nothing left over
for other vital services.
like giving Michael the care he needs.
And deserves.
Money is desperately needed for
hospitals. Schools lor kibbutzim
and homes and machinery.
lor Michael.
Maybe Israel can defend herself.
But the Israeli people still need
help so that they can somehow manage
to clothe, feed, educate and house
all their people.
And care for theii tic t- \nd burv
iheu dead. And build foi then future.
On the 22nd anniversary ol the State
oi Israel the Jews ol Greata Miami,
through the Greata Miami |ewish
I cdcr.ttion. pledge then continued
support to the people ol Israel.
Itamises gave then a dream Onlj the
.support of American and H oi Id Jew rj
can make it come true.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 4>
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel
Robert Russell. Campaign Chairman .
Milton Weiss. President. Greater Miami Jewish Fede.-ation
1S17 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida Telephone 319W


May 8. 1970
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LAND OF THE PROPHETS
.. FACING A NEW DESTINY
22nd
Anniversary
Salute to the
State of Israel
ISRAEL, born anew after nineteen centuries. Spanning the ancient with the modern.
Fashioned by many tongues into one nation. United by spiritual and democratic tradi-
tions Where the pages of the Bible come to life. Where the prophets stood procla.m-
ing the word of God for peace and for justice.
May the peace it seeks
its hallowed destiny.
with honor and strength help the State of Israel achieve
The United Banking Group

FRANK SMATHERS, JR., CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL
George E. Stock, President
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J. Luckett Yawn, President
UNITED NATIONAL OF MIAMI
Edward C. Haynes, President
NATIONAL OF DADELAND
William J. Klug, President
MEMBERS FDIC


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ON THEIR
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Ife wisli Flor idiaii
Mrs. Jack Greenberg
Reelected President
Florida -- Friday. May 8, 1970
The Sisterhood of Temple Ncr
Section C|Temid' lir,,'(l >*- officers, tru
land board members for the com-
(Thinker-Tanks' Utilized At
Conference On Education
yi a i
ting.
at its recent ai

if Jewish Education, tanks" will be reported and action
., Rabbinical Associ- taken on resolutions from
; Jewish School thi discussion groups.
Dr. l.ip,;i.~ Schwartzmai
din i tor of the Bun au, ill
si : \ i as chairman of Fi id y
irg'i session, when Dr. Spotts will
present his second paper on "A
Program for the Jewish High
School." After discussion, "think-
tanks" will : i into session on the
Jewish junior high school, the
Jewish senior high school and on
; h ii.d extra-cunicular
ies. Educational directors will l"
serving as chairmen, with teach-
rs as i coi di i s. The confi 11 nci
v" ill close at 11:45 a.m. whi n sum-
maries of the morning "think-
are presented by ti,' re-
i ;: dl i S
Mrs. Jack served its pn side n1 for the
ctcd to a soc-
. ; tdi will
>. .. r :. ir co-
haii n i cl de Mi It
bert Zvi Brrgei cial I mtam i
liiei tor of the Bun au and din >- id Abe I
Its ci ntial ii' bn II. t:s'iip; I: ..a Levi
!. will Intr due the guest
-ik aki r and Ii ad on ol the morn-
ing discussion groups.
A native ol Ph i, Dr.
Spotts, who received his Ph.D.
Mrs. He: i Sell Mrs.
.Max Rasl
. ai -
Mi-. Aii.id rr i n an will lv
ng as youth cl lii Mi s.
from Dropsli Colli p an I has been I is Cohen as progn

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*.-
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lected to Phi Bt ta Kappa, na-
schi lastic honoi ary societj.
! i D-authorcd a n < ntly pub-
lish d t< ni calk d "The Voice ol
Wisdom." and is reponsible for a
ivimtx r ol ti achi r's ;uid s, texts
on Jewish Education and national
sts for the Am i can Assoi ia-
for Jewish Education, and
fit qu( ntl, (ontri! ules ai ticli s to
ei iodicals on the subject ol w-
. i ducation.

Dft. ICON H. SPOTTS
. ii Hi on w Ed I-
,. an cospons iring
, on Si condary Edu-
. to i>. hi Id at
' I >m Thursday
FYidaj morning.
-. itts, c insultanl
ducatioi and pro-
ication ai Grata Col-
| .!. Pa., a- to ad-
: ssion on the
lary .' wieh Ed
\\ i Tods
Go I ''""
-
Sol 1 "
. the R

tation
- I ts.

. Jewish education
n I and fi-
r the chai
: ch ol i ducation
i chairmen. Thn < educa-
cton will servt as re-
n maries <>f the 'think-
Jerusalem Mayor Is Dinner Speaker
Teddy Kcllek, the dynamic mayor cf Jarusalem, will
be a special guest at the community-wide dinner celebrat-
ing Israel's 22nd anniversary May 30 in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. The banquet, sponsored by Israel Bonds, is an
ennual highlight of that organization's campaign here
cr.e cf the best in the nation on a per capita basis.
For the chief executive of Israel's capital city, i! will b?
visil to this area in more than three years. Mayor
Koilek, a former chief assistant to Prime Minister David
Canon, was in Miami Beach during 1967 to speak in
behef cf the Israel Education Fund. This year he will make
: ncnwide tour c-. part of the effort to sell S250.000.C03
in Israel Bonds.
This area's rale of increase over last year h~s evceed-
. v. major citie in the Un:ted Slates during the
[our months cf 1970, according to a repcrt made by
es Albert, chairman ol the Greater Miami committee.
'. : Milti:; Sing : and Mrs
:'. n b wcr I id
rmei ,
Tin '.in offici -
d Mi -. Louis .; s
si en lary; Mrs. H
rccoi .. sccrvtai i Mrs. Si
:- -hw I
Mrs. Aciulph Gieenl
Bel -
surer; Mrs. In
rofl anci sicreta
itant final
nd H.-niiet ta F uiia
ian.
MRS. JACK ORHVBERG
Trus'ei in Mr? Vug
i \: < .i n. Mr* < I
| | |. .
is. Mi
Mr- J, ...ii., FVldni i
\\re \Mr. Con Mrs
\ m Km -. Mrs Mi< h
. .-ill'.Ill'-M. \i
I Col
Chai ibran A1U "
Max Amlv i'' A
I llrllU II n IBU-
. pi cin Harry Blumen, Anna
i i- -. i! in S'athan
i ... hen, M irrls Cnl .
I ; i mar Sid V
Milton I Hew Fine,
1\ i n.in. Paul-
rmyld
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h Paula ii"
Hi rrj J ivitz Ham
: i:.' is. Mai '
. ufmai l ml Kl<
^. II
H .-,,.. i i el MaK-
Mai H-
VI Mever. I "U p
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i rnrd I H i d, Ei i
a. H( rtha R lhti Morton
S] Herman u
, im Auvunta
.', h in in, Moaen Wolf Jai
M. Ziiiiii"i''i" Sonh'a Ziii-kerman,
. .,l- I-'-, nki I Monj., I .-i"n. .i.....pn
Si, mi., rgei. Jow I'll Sllvei man d
ii .-. User
o Beth Sholom Services
lark Israel's Anniversary
rid anniversary ol Israel's
p will Ih' maiktd by
i Sholom at two s|ie-
- this v ekend. A i> -
p. writti n by Rabbi
i i four j and
| sine then will
.. i 8:15 p.m.
p Pagi ..t of Is-
' thi -i .. ol
bi Ine into
Stai I Isi ai In so is
Bchi dull d
'" ;i .i which is the aci ial
imi\i : according to the
i i'i' w ir, will follow
Ibiah (Ji v Ish > Uympics I coi -
imong Btudent of Beth Sho-
ile Of Coins Sets Is
(tended By M.B. Bank
In commemoration oi Israel's
Jinl anniversary, Carner Hank of
ami Beach has extended the
1 .it list price of 1970 State
Israel spe He month. The Miami Beach bank
,s as .in a: nt of the Israel flv-
mient in the sale of the collcc-
j'-' items.
Carner Bank president Stephen
I- Carner, rei orti d tli;it a limiti d
kmbi r ol 1969 mint sets will also
p made available ai the list price
Mb. to 1 ank customers and the
sneral public. The specially mtat-
1,1 coins, in brilliant, uncirculated
condition, are available in this area
W'l.v at the Carner Bank.
2nd Medical Discount Health Center Opened
.V;u\ in i .i ivi i si i vi :i- pres;
i i Ictiicaid 1 Co.. which
- i i inns
. .. ai d ancillary needs un-
til r the Mi dicare and. M< dicaid
ri grams in addition to its func-
a tail outlet. Dr. Michai I
S ssin is founder-president of the
parent company.
ml retail Ikt of thi
I Di r Ci of Hi
owned subsidiary >i thi
.-. it Ii is b, i'n opi ni d "ii
the coiner of 9tli Strei t and
Washington Avenue. Miami !
Jay K. Her will Berve as the n-
ral managi r of the Miami B>
facility; Arnic Coleman is its chief
pharmacist
Mi .mi Beach Golc i Club No. 1 has raised another
on behall of :':.. I Emergency Find campaign
Greatar Miami Jewish Federation, bringing its tcta!
; the i] C drive tc some SS'OO. Left to right are, Harry
. financial secretary; Sidney Borenstein, president;
or Kaplan, a representative of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation; Sam Greenbcum, recording secretary and
Sam Levine. honorary chairman.
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The Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's hearings are designed to analyze the past year in
term3 of budget, expenditures, program changes and pro-
blems, and project local agencies' requirements for 1970
out of Combined Jewish Appeal campaign funds. Seated
are Morton Silberman. (left) Chairman of Budget Study
Committee on Education and Aged Services; Richard J. Hor-
wich. vi-e chairman. Overall Budget Committee, and Walt-
er S. Folk, chairman, Overall Budget Committee. Stuart
Rcihchild, chairman, Study Committee on Leisure Time and
Cultural Services; Arnold Stern, chairman, Study Committee
on Family, Individual and Refugee Services and Herschel
Rosenthal, chairman. Study Committee on Health and Com-
munity Relations Services are standing.
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114 Family Members Will Attend Bat Milzvuh Of |>atti fjj.
Dr. Irving Lehrman Tight1 explains the Hebrew Home for
"he Aged of Miami Beach's expansion program, which i<;
being spearheaded by the Home's president, Leonard Zi!-
oert, (center) to Rep. Robert Hector at a Di Lido Hotel meet-
oi 100 community leaders where plans to aid 250 beds
.n twin ninc-stcr<: towers was announced.
No ]. ss than 114 family memberi
will ix' present when Fatti. the
daughter oi Ban and Evelyn CWn,
697] s\v 134th si becomes Bal
\lit.\ati at Temple Beth Am <>n
Saturday. -May i*.
r.iin was pi actii alty ral *l t
T< mpk !> 'ti Air. her mothei n
contl n tired !' i rvins <-
Rubbi Hi rbi it M Baumgard'i m
i, tary for nine yi ws; her father
has serw on it- b tard of din <-
t i ^ .\ i!il us president "' its Broth"
Rabbi Inatallg Wife
r. il i ; Sim 'ii April "ill install
ol A\ i\ -i i'1, ipter, Mi/-
, n.-hi Wi in* n at
I on in T
Beth I'M'! 1-' ''ii Monday
i tfficN : ~ ',i i- ii tta
IS In* v. if M S Apt i' lias been
. I. .-ii .1 i i. tidenl for tin sixth i
I 'aiuur Fi in
ns will
M
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rhood, her brother, Michael i t ill i ,,1|nts
,!(, preaidanl of the Brotherhood, bj |""-ICS
and another Mother. Boh. is on Its nj. ces anil noiL*''
board; her sister-in-law. Carol, is da> with herftT I
n th.' board of th. Sbiterhood So r ij MarksQokiw *
is easy to see why Patti fei is r>t foi theoeM r?'*i*
lose to tho temple where shi out-of-towiijuJS!^?:-
tartrd kmdaxgarttn at 111- agi nUp puJ""j
Both ot Patti's pan nta conv ''" w\
rrom very large famiii s, so there
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a thrilling awareness of modern
Israel's Biblical heritage and
originof a people thriving today
on land promised to the genera-
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Jacob almost four millennia ago.
Here you will note spectacular
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Page 3-D
rcr Fix, director of radiation therapy at Mount Sinai
lal, accepts a check tor $7,725 towards purchase cf a
ostic unit for his department from past national
lent Muriel Dreiling, (left) national president Dorothy
ban, and Sophia Lee. president of the local Chcpter 43
i United Order of True Sisters.
ff
i
Money
anagement
l \. Gendron, Vice-Pres., Countv National Bank
SHOP AT THE FINANCIAL SHOPPING CENTfcR
||\1 better stop at the money store and cash a check belore
r i shopping," Carol says to her friend as they leave on
r lunch break.
Honey Store'.' I wish they'd give out free samples once in a
jnswrrs Mary Ann.
i Store could be one de-
ktion 'or a modem commer-
Ibank, I'ui walking into a bank
these days i<
more like
paying a visit
to tlic huwn-
cial Shopping
(ruler. Be-
cause a com-
mercial bank
offers t lie
...M'.ut ot iip.mi.ial service*
Ih I usiness and personal .
I e, like a department
. have hardware, soft
tways, bargain days.
|rtit\ discounts, name brand
( time payment cred-
tton or your money
B i walkers, drive-in win-
i host of other things
then as much like a
Mitel jn \ ou can imag-
immcrcial bank is the only
X v.ii .an gel most of these
ires and "products." To be
are othei types of ii-
i.il institutions such as Mu-
ll Savings Hanks, Savings &
in Associations, I inance Com-
ics, and while they do a line
in then own right, they are as
I from a ( omincrcial
|ri.. ino comer store is Irom
I entire -hopping center.
I ; ol course cash,
\nd Soft Hoods is the
k s -'ii use to get cash. In fad,
checking account is better
m >.i-h. because you can cash a
|tik anywhere and not worry
having to iarry a pocketful
money with you. A
hkcllcd check is legally accepted
as proof of payment, so you also
have a permanent record of every
transaction you've made.
Checking accounts can get you
a qwlily discount in many
banks, too Because the higher
your checking account balance,
the lower your service charges.
Nttlttt brand merchandise is. of
course, the U.S. Treasury's finest
product, which you can put into a
savings account and. depending
upon the amount you save, get
p-iid 4Vi, 5. 5-Si'-'. interest.
Those are bartruin* no matter
how vou look at trfem.
Tune payment credit is available
in a variety of instalment loans,
bank credit cards, or revolving
credit. Any time you use youi
credit you're actually gelling
a loan to pay for merchandise on
an extended tune basis.
I ayawav could be several things
in a commercial bank. Savings, of
safe deposit hoses, where you
keep your valuable papers sale
from theft, fire, or any other
threat to irreplaceable documents
such as marriage licenses, birth
certificates, stocks, bonds, deeds.
Floor walkers are any of the
bank's officers, who help you
with the miriad details that mon-
ey handling lakes. Cashiers are.
what else, the tellers. And almost
every bank now lias drive-ins.
No doubt about n. your com-
mercial bank is a whole shopping
center, in one building. There are
mam more services than men-
tioned here, so why not drop in
and browse next time you're close
to a commercial bank. If not a
free sample, they will be glad to
show you aiound.
column is published as a community service by
101 NTY NAIIONAL BANK ol North Miami Beach
791 N. H. Ib7tlt Street at N. t. 8th Avenue
Israel Independence Day
Celebrations Set At 'V
ners clubs will be
are earmarked for
sign.
participating;,
the CJA-IEF
Special events commemorating
the 22nd anniversary of Israel's
independence will take place at
ihr> YM-YWIIA of Greater Miami.
8500 SW 8th St.. beginning Satur-
day nt 8:30 p.m.. when a gala
'birthday" celebration will be hold
i i a "Cafe Tel Avis" atmosphen
"' ated in its Grand Ballroom.
The I'rima Sisters, Golden Age
Friendship Club Choral Group and
an Israeli folk dance trou|>e will
!>< featured during the evening of
dancing, refreshments and music.
Also scheduled for S:.'!0 p.m. on
Saturday is a poolside dance spon-
sored by the Single Young Adults.
i f Central and North County.
A special Israeli Birthday Party
has been sch< duled for all children
ol V' members at .'5:30 p.m. on
Monday.
Monday has been designated as
"Salute to Israel Day" on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus, with a
j full day of dancing, movies, and a |
"teach-in" on Israel scheduled to'
lake place in the Student Union
j Building and "On The Rock": an
Israeli Party will be held in the
| Flamingo Ballroom of the Student
I'nion Building in the evening.
On Wednesday the Senior Citi-
zens of the Y' will host the chil-
dren of Pinesville Flementary *
School's Headstart Program for a
day of fun and entertainment at
i the Central Y.' The program is
being coordinated by Mrs. Helen
' Newman, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Blugerman. Committee
members are Mrs. Pearl Smith,
Mrs. Helen Goldstein, Mrs. Ida
Stone. Mrs. Bel Reitor, Mrs. Anna
Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Max Drosd and
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rosenberg.
The Senior Citizens have been
spending their Wednesday after-
noons making dolls and toys for
.hildren in the Headstart Pro-
. up fliTTf.
The first ol a series of quarterly
lane s spons red b. thi Combini d
Singles Clubs of Dade County will
be luld at the C ntral V Satur-
day, May 16, beginning at 9 p.m.
All profits from the dance, in
which the 'Y' Social Singles. North
Miami Beach Singles, Catholic
Singles and Parents Without Part-
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100 I.S. Youth To Attend
First International Festival
w
NEW YORK Participating in
the first Internationa] larael Youth
i itrval which will i' held in
Israel from July 15 lo Aug. 5, "ill
be loo boys and girls 15-17 yean
of age from Hi. United States
Tin j will b< i ii i "i .i total con-
i nl ol 500 Ji wish youth from
intries Including South Africa
nd South America at the jam-
i re<
Haskell Cohen, c "chairmen <>t
the National J. inIi Welfar*
Board's national basketball com-
i dttee, and int. i national chaii -
i n ol til. Fi si i\ al, said the ev< it
v ill feature sp i ts com| lit!
I .us ol Isra< i and isits to kii>-
i tzim, conduct* .1 und< r the
i s ..i the Muni* ipalitj ol Haifa
i Ministrj ol K lucalion i I
Culture and the Youth and !!. h-
I men! ol thi Ji Ish
i Israel,
Thv purpose "t the Festival is
t bring Ji w ish : I ser to thi
Stati >l Israi I and facilitate con-
t between I ai li > iuth and
Iheii peers from al road icquaint
Ji wish youth with thi historical,
religious and battli sites : Israel
.-- well as with kibbutzim, mo-
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Mil includ* track and field, tennis,
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npi tnion In bask* tball, socci i
ind hti stling ill be limit* d to
oys Participants will not b*
. ,n ii for th. ii athl* tic prowess
ever, Harold <' Zimman who
.. i \, th. JWB's National Health
,md Physical Education Commit-
ii e ,is chairman, annouro
one who participates ill i- given
n aw'ai .1 for entei ing thi
ind no totals will in' ki
lid
The American Zionist '
Foundation is enlisting S youth
I i ; ai ti* ipation In the K. >ti\..l
huh w ill also ha\. I.ii
th and phvsical education tu-
tors ol JWB-affiliatcd J< wish
nunity t'. nters on it- pro-
.
\
New Mount Sinci Hospital President Sam-
uel Friedland 'centet1 welcomes some of
the newly elected members of the board of
tpistees to the institution's annual meeting.
J
Frcm left are Robert Feld
Arktn. Binq Kosscif. Mr. F
Kelner. Rcbett Russell and M
berg.
Community Singers Installs
Joseph M.....h luctor was r '' RoM U* will be serving a
th. insta ist week's lent; r> bora i Raichlei
banquet, during which officers ol iWred Shuman, c* pi sklent*
the Miami Beach Communitj **rtha Tell
ok up th. ii new duties Katzei tn isur. r: Gert _
it ion's 18th Cantor parliamentarian and H
4>0III TIIIMaS IX LIFE
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match'
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
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\ \AJUcit s \~^oo>uina \\\ Kl Til SIHKIS
M
[ ,i|\ ol mj readers have a--k.il me about an Israeli menu
tinner 01 a party In honor ol Israel's Independence Daj to
\ on May li.
bhen planning any Im-.h-Ii event, consider il proper I i use
Iprve Israeli products, man) of which are available In the
I ites, Thej are ol u'> [seful on any menu are the Israeli Dip? Humus and Tehin
licli come in can-. Fallafel bulls, which come in a package
lli-ie with directions for preparation, make good appetizers
r.i-1 course couM be Israel; G filti Fish, i vcrj g >od product
ji comes in cans: the dehydrated soup- ire excellent when
[red according t<> directions, and have a real "Yiddishe
H Israeli candy, chocolate and sweet wafers are nice foi
|rt, and Israeli wines will also !>' appreciated. Once tasted,
Israeli goodies will be certain to reappear on your t ible on
r-round basis.
l is an Eggplant Salad which is very popular in Israel. It
L i and good for you. too the eggplant is broiled without il
I | essing is made with sesame seed.
EGGPLANT SALAD
I ,nl (medium'
1 poons canncd-in-Israel ready-to-serve Tahina Dressing
[t iblcspoon lemon juice
J, garlic, mashed
i .-in- chopped parsley
Ml ; i!l salt
. ol pepper
ice whole, unpeeled eggplant on aluminum foil under the
l-i about 1 inches from the heat, Broil 3u minutes, turning
sides, ftemove fr m oven and allow to cool. Cut in
I out all the flesh and mash well. Add other ingredi< nts
]i: \ well, Garnish with olives, pimentos and tomatoes:
luncheon dish or as a dip with crackers or potato chips
I ; v
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I In Jewish cookery one can find elements ol many di.lercnl
Enal cuisines Russian Borsht, German Sauerbraten and
Falafel, to name a few. We learned the basic principles
io dishes' preparation, and adapted it to our own waj ol
h< ; I.....king.
[Recently I sampled some Polynesian dishes in the beautiful
Ber Vic's Restaurant, Beverly Hills, Calif. Many of the dishes
hined fish, chicken, fruits and vegetables, and were served in
liy gracious and colorful manner. As soon as 1 got home. I
|about trying to produce a kosher I.iiau In my own kitchen.
- i "pupu," or appetiser, made of sole fish, which can also
served as a luncheon dish.
KOSHER PUP!' (Appetiser)
frozen fish fillets
tablespoons flour
tablespoons water
tablespoons sesame seed
ti aspoon salt
whole lemon
il for frying
i fillets and cut them Into "fingers" about 3 inches long
I inch wide. Sprinkle with salt. Blend egg, Hour, water.
li, seed and salt together so 'here are no lumps. Heat oil at
st a half-inch deep In skillet Dip each fish "finger" into thi
It. i. covering completely on all sides. Fry In hot oil turning to
pvn to a ilc ep golden brown on all Sides. Drain on papei tow, Is
- rve hot with wedges of It mon.
A the American Jewish Congress,
Sky Lake Joint Installation
\ joint Congregation-Sisterhood
Jimmy De Nicola, who is the
proprietor of the Grist Mill Re:,
taurant in the Sheraton Beach
Hotel complex at 194th Street
and Collins Avenue which re-
cently celebrated its first anni-
versary. He also runs the Fish-
ery, a seafood restaurant di-
reclly across the street.
Kaplan Predicts 'Department
Store' Financial Planning
Don Kaplan, president of Flag-
ii r Insurance A.g< ncy, is so sure
that all financial planning will be
accomplished under one roof in the
near future, he is preparing for
'department store" financial plan-
i ng by moving his agency into a
ni w building on NE 79th Street
where developers and investors
will need Io make only one stop to
i ran sact all their business
Indi pendent businesses grouped
in tiie building will include group,
hospital, i nsion and life insuranci
agencies; other departments will
nover estate planing, stocks, mu-
tual funds and variable annuities.
A combination mortgage banker
and title company, a commercial
bank, CPA, attorney, realtor, con-
tractor and architect will also be
housed there in the future.
Annual Open House Marks Israel Independence Day
Mr. and .Mrs. Yosif Yanich, of l ndence Day, according to Mr.
12680 NE Miami Court, North Yanich, who Is executive direct '
Viiami, have extended a special
Invitation to members and formei
i- ol Habonim, Young Ju-
Akiva. Hashomer Hat-
*air, Brandeis ('amp Institute,
Machcn, Junior Hadassah and installation will be held by the
'.:.'-.cda to attend their annual rnembi rs ol Skj lake Synagogi
n Mouse" celebration mark- Saturday nighl Rabbi Jonah K.
ing Israel's 22nd Aniiversary Sun- Kaplan, spiritual leader of thi i
beginning at 8 p.m. gregation, will install its officei i
ami directors at a supper in th
Israeli students and residents ol synagogue. Entertainment will be
Israel in this area, as well as for- provided by Danny Tadmor, Es-
:';' '' students ol the Tcchnion, reel's Johnny Cash, who will ac-
I'l Aviv and lb inew universities company himself on the guitar in
i ilso invited to participate in a program ol Jewish. Israeli and
celebration of Israel's Inde-' Vmcriean folk songs.
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well known in this area for thei:
active support of such organi-
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president cf the Morton Towers
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Day School To
|n !n September
s ;.; [BER OPKNING
l' i- mity School.'n m w
I |i r ih" sponsorship
, .! s and theii soil
.. \' ill hi; i;i Its c
h 6 nexl Sep-
,os nnd scculai B'll
taught at the new
restitution, using tl*
ti a< bin : tneth-
Ri gistration f<>r all
I* inc aco pti it l>\
i im J. Gittelson in the
i ;. ol Beth Torah Con-
I ;,i n. Miami Beach
j 2 to 5 p.m. \v<' kda; b
5 officers have be n
was announced. The)
.i.x'i i5. Dennis, presi-
Mrs Kenneth Calmenson.
esinVnt; Morton Zcmcl. sec-
Theodore I.erner. who
n i> treasurer.
mmf.
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Goliors in the opening tournament of the Miami Women's
Golf Association's 3Rth consecutive season are (from left;
Mrs. M. L. Reese of Lejeune, Mrs. Leopold Schwartz of
Westview Country Club and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner of
Biltmcre. A tournament was held at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club the following Monday and Tuesday.
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iriiett Roth Is Lodge's Speaker
Irn.n Roth will speak on a
,., ,,f vital inlcrrsl to many
Beans ;>' the Miami Beach
No. 1591, B'nai B'rlth's
Sprine meeting of the yi n
I,, hi. Wednesday In the Algien
4*
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Bemaid A. Poupko. Rabbi
le Shaare Torah Congrega
ctnd chairman of the Rab-
al Board of Greater Pitts-
h, who was elected na-
ial president of the Religious
s:s of America, Mizrachi-
Doel Hamizrachi.
Hotel. His topic will be "Will Pa
lochial Aid Destroy the Public
Si hool System?"
Mr. RiHi.'H member ol the Anii-
Defamatlori League's national ex-
ecutive committee and its Florida
Regional office, is also past Flor-
ida State Commander. Jewish Wai
Veterans, a vast pn Bident of t hi
Miami and Miami Beach district!
i. r tli' Zionists Kmergi ncy Coun-
cil and a trustee of the Miami
Beach Lodge, Mr. Roth is also a
[oi tii' i councilman and \ ice mayot
1 of iho City of Miami Bi ach.
Dramatic soprano Judith Robin-
son will be featured during 'li<'
musical portion oi the i v-ening's
;! ogram Shi will be a< companied
I y Lina Maddaford, a member ol
' the faculty at the University of
vliami's School i>i Music
Films At Wometco Theatres
i i|x nil it Womi tco's < "arlyle,
Parkway, Coral Way and 27th Av-
i i Thi atns Friday is "The Lib-
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include "Airport it the Carib,
'Anne ol the The .sand Pays"' in
I he 163rd Sin el and Mil icli ; "Z"
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il Palm -' i inns, "M-A-S-H" in
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La Vines Entertain 200 Friends
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Some 200 friends were enter-
tained ;it m formal dinner party in
the Diplomat Country Club by
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling LaVine.,
who were honoring their daughter,
Suxan Jacobs following her !!;ii
Mit/\ah a! Ti mple Emanu-Kl.
Suzy's interest in music was
[minted up throughout the evening
m decorations and i ntertainment,
.iiiil the guest <>i honor provided
the highlight of the evening, sing-
ing the entire candlelighting cere-
mony. Among il"' guests hi the
celebration were Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedland, Mr. and Mrs.
[rving Cowan, Mr.-and Mrs. Leon-
ard Friedland, Mr. and .Mrs. Jo-
scph Coin n, Mr. id VIrs. Morris
Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Blank. Mr. and Mis. Harrj Singi r,
and Mr. and Mrs. !- onard Mass.
Poster Contest1 Winners
c Zev VV. Kogan. chairman
a the Mayor's Safety Committee,
,. announo d the n inn< rs of I
annual Safi t\ Pos u r Contest,
hich was" judged by Frank Gud-
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Israel Bonds Help Absorb
1,500,000 Jews In 22 Years
d :
II i !a> As Isrw n i ki
i. I birthday. .1 may not i*
; in to oint out that tin
new .- far i< I. Thi at*
I 500,000 .:- wa and the re-
i srael i und
it. :- : ai s m| le of con-
,- ,\, ec logy it In 9 io i -
m ni w\ h mm nt.
Fi rtunati ly, Israel has t* i n
;: .. d an tit pn cedenf Mo-
. as pei iaj i th first i cologist
ti the Book of Deuteronomy, th.
.'it s were commanded not to
d. gtroy th( trees ol thi enemy in
i -.. ii wai Thy might partake
-I their fruit but not molest them.
i arth had not only its da) as
in the i asi i i the rect nt observ-
, i Earth Day but an entire
,: its Sabbath. Every seventh
th land was not to be culti-
ted, that it might rest and not
K worn out, as much of our farm
The problem ol water, as we
engaged Mums' attention;
thi miracle performed when water
- brought out of the rock fore-
wed the miracle ol Irrigation
: Israel In our own day. Another
I w< are told, the thirsty Is-
ites wire shown a way to
eten the brackish water th>
found.
The water problem SfM aeute
ill the l i; 111111 ii ti I lent "t modern l-r.n 1 .mil the
anil's |Ti-seiii Iruit IiiIih--s Si a
> lh of the i-ountrv's Miec**** in
SOfVkSg it.
David Ben-Gurton could not
*-.,. mack his home at Sdeh
I ker, the towns of Bevrsheba. I
i 1 and Klath could not have
' : built if water was unotitain-
abk A network of pipes fina'
Bon hi has brought the
lers : thi Yark n and Jontan
1 .-ers ti the and Negev. New
- h.ui tx 11 dug and a !> .
R has been made in the d) -
n 1 m.it.: which
> t* tin ultimate answer to
:
1 av 1 been
kish water, and it
has I ind that a gixwi m
w Ith .1 .1 water.
I Dead bee ai ires
Ithert n garded as hoi
ivers for the
: I' an >v into r market,
Erotog) baa two phases: fint.
the IQWSfIVStt o( natural re-
in e .mil the prevention of
their waste; w"nd, th*- re<-|-
.it ion ol worn-out land. When
le prophet Isaiah said. "The
ilesert shall blossom as tS"e roe."
he was 1 iii|ili.ii/ini: tl.e sev-ond
-et.
In Israel, the emphasis has been
on tins second aspect. The land
ill '. M atl for 2.000 years.
I Talmud tells us that in the
days of ancient Israel, Jerusalem
a as filled with cinnamon t:
hich made the air delicious to
smell. But the new Israel was a
1 bare of all trees in the begin-
ning. Millions of trees have now
bam planted as well as crops in
tlx fields; swamps were diained
and new cities built.
Arad. one city still in the proa M
of being built in the desert, is de-
signed to help in the reclamation
of worn-out soil. A huge chemical
implex has been built in Arad
with the aid of Israel Bonds for
ih purpose of manufacturing fer-
ii./er out of a waste product from
th. Dead Sea.
Israel does aat have she rich
oil resources Ol her Arab neigh-
bors, bllt there is :i:l I'M Jewish
folk saytag that "Tiirah is the
Ust seehora." (leaning is the
Ix-st merehandise).
In thi past few yes n than
i I), ginning has bi i n made In the
?. m lopment of sck nc< -baa d In-
tries A scientific i eai ai i h sta-
lying stoms for peaci has
been established at Jabro h, where
at thi time of the Roman destruc-
tion of the Jewish state a famous
y/eshivah credited with having
taved the world of Judaism was
liuindi d.
israi li scientists are 1 ngaged in
-, arch In all phases ol life. They
ire trying to find answi is to sons
special qt* stions. such as why
Yi meniti Jews haw fewer i -
1 f dial' ti s Thi > are studying new
sources ol power Some American
scientists have been attraeti-d to
the Israeli research in the use of
, he- leal 1 ins to provide a new
source of energy It is even pre-
Ucted that 'his may ultimately
make possible the manufacture of
a car which will operate without
ollution and noisi
In the history of a country. TJ
years is but a day. When the
United States was 23 yean old
ts population was not so much
more than Israel's is now. Wl
cannot look beyond the curtain of
the future, but what has been
achieved is the promise of gnat
morrow
Modern, multi-level buildings line the main street of jjl
the development town in the heart ol the Negev ',.'-'If'
built near the site of an ancient city mentioned in the Sill
Its factories hum with the aid of hinds resized frcm W'
Bonds, and UJA dollars helped thousands of irtUBknTi
resettle there.
Miami Happenings
i
Israel believes in giving Nature
a hand: the |>ast year saw the
ompletion of a $40,000,000 oil
pipeline built with the aid of Isi.n I
Band money between Klath and
Ashkelon. The line unites the V
iti rranean and the Red Sea for
i nmercial purposes, making Is-
rael a bridge between the devel- ;
Oped West and the industnally-
ici rging Orient.
Jack I). Gordon, pn sident of
Miami Beach's Washington Fed-
eral Savings and l^ian Associa-
tion, has announced the appoint-
ment of tieorge W. Itirsch. who
has been with the firm suns its
founding in l!ri2 as senior vice
president Mr. Hirsch has been
serving as financial vice presi-
dent The promotion of former
assistant treasurer and control-
ler Martin Cohen to treasurer,
ai.d the naming ol Oswaldo Jor-
dan to replace hnr. as assistant
treasurer, was also annoui i d
by Mr. Gordon

Miami Beach's Judge Zev W.
Kogan has been named preei-
denl of the Southern Region of
the Jewish National Fund "f
America.

Frank sansone. chief engineer
it Cedars of Lebanon Has
since its inception in 1961. has
i.. k i tr. sident ol the
Hospital chief Engineers Aaeo-
n of Florida, which holds
m ik sen.mars and conferences
tn disseminate latest technical
and scientific Information relat-
ing to engineering, maintenance
electronic controls in hoe-

1 the featun d speak rs
at the two-day Florida Institute
I i !lifted Public Accountants
.n thi Sheraton Four Ambas-
rs Hotel was to be Art'mr
ll. Seitier. president of the un-
derwriting firm of Harris, Lane
A Deam, Inc., Miami. The topic
consideration ai the m m-
inar is 'Filings" With thi SI C "

University of Miami m sic
studi nt Mark A. gfaaptra gave
I i- senior clarinet recital witli
the assistance of Francisco Mid-
ler, piano, and Judith llirseh.
viola, recently in Beaumont Hall
Mark, the son of Mr. and Mm.
Ilatarj shaj; of Hollywood,
will receive his Bachelor of Mu-
sic degree in June.

United States Income Proper-
ties Fund. Ltd.. has a|>poinn-d
Miami Beach attorney Albert L.
Kown as general counsel and
i lected him to its hoard of di-
rectors, according to an an-
nouncement made by its pi .si-
dent and chairman of the- board.
George I_ Marks.
.
Fran Cutler, social directur of
the Seacoast Towers complex
reports that funds donated to
provide the recent Seder for in-
dim nt n sidi nts of the South
Shore an-a were more than ade-
Ojuate the surjilus will be used
to provide the group, with a boat
outing this summer and a Cha-
nukah party in the winter.

Rep. William C. Cramer of
Camp Mountain Lake Water
Sports Program Expanding
U
I*he water s|>orts program at
i'amp Mountain Lake will 1- ex-
St. Petersburg, who has an-
nounced his candidacy for the
l'.S. Senate, will he the guest
speaker Monday at an 8 p.m.
business nut ting of the Dade
County Young Republican Club
in the Miami Springs Holiday-
Inn.
S; "Id r at the May \6 dinner
of the Miami Chapter of the
American Civil Liberties I'nion
to be held at H p.m in th<- Miami
Springs Villas Playhouse will be
attorney NorvaJ Morrt*. author
of "An Honest Politicians Guide
to Crime Control.'' who is advo-
i at inc. a radical reduction in
criminal laws. 'I he dinm r will
mark ACi.i's 50th anniversary.
Mrs. Mildre,l Pppae, wife of
Hep- has been named "Woman of the
Year" b) the international Aaso-
elation for Better child Care
Development and Kducation. A
tro|ih> wai presi nted to her in
ceremonies attended by several
hundred persons in the Texas
Stati Capitol, Austin Tea
North Shor. Optimist Club
w ill hold its second annual music
' stisal in the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium at 7:30p.m Saturday.
The loth. 11th and l.'tb grade
contestants will i judged by a
panel comprised of orchestra
leader Viiiiim Spear: conductor
K.rn.II Kreeskin of the Miami
Beach Symphony John Coveiu.
assistant conductor of the New
York i'ity Civic Center orches-
tra, and Caesar UMunara. who
conducts the orchestra in Bay-
Jront Park.
J. I in U. It Yawn, Jr.. presi-
dent of the Coral Gables First
National Hank, has announced
the election of Dave W. S< horn-
stein, president of Dow Chemi-
cal of Latin America, to the
I inks board. The exchange of
officers between the Gables
t*nk and its Miami Beach coun-
terpart was also revealed. Jotea
Marx, who headed the Gables
commercial loan department,
was elected via* pn-sident of the
Miami Beach First National:
the head of its commercial loan
department. Ralph Schutt. was
made a vice president of the
Coral Gables financial institu-
tion, in line with the United
Banking Group's policy of inter-
hanging officers.
The American Cancer Soci.tv
will benefit from the third an-
nual Fair and Horse Show to
; be held this weekend at Hialeah
j Race Track. Gates open at 1 p.m.
i on Friday. 9 a.m. on Saturday
and Sunday. Closing hour is set
1 at 11 p.m. on all three days.
panded during the 1970 camping
s. asun. its owners and operators.
| AI and Nannette Savage, have an-
i nounced. Special instruction in
si uba diving and snorkellng will
I be given by Ijirry Herron. a spe-
i-inlist in the field who is a senior
!at Texas University, and Univer-
sity of Florida student Georgi
Kaplan.
Camp Mountain ljke. which is
situated on a S5-acre lake near
Hcndcrsonvillc. N C. is a member
of the American Camping Associ-
ation offering a complete program
if activities, and has been given an
i "A" rating by the North I'aioli; i
Itoard of Health. The recreation
hall has been enlaigid. fairilil
i-i tin- arts aiwl crafts department
have Ntn increased. ih ilui;-
1 ut added in the baseball field and
a new stage m tin- gymnasium in
preparation for the summer.
Leonard Zilbert vice pteas
ol Rivi MenKalalCkgl
was h by he igiBi.
of the G: ind Lodge adai
bershi] I the M:cm B
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May 8. 1970
vJenistflcrldliari
Page 1LD
rmacists Install Their New Officers
irflcers and executive com- ident-elect and Elmer L. Whallej
fnembers of the Southeast \ta treasurer. Outgoing president,
I pharmaceutical Assoria- Robert Guy Wheeler, Jr., sucosed-
[,, installed by Bruce Trl- fl Ben Saks as ehairman of the)
pharmacist and practicing xecutive committee
i his week in Ceremonior
I'Vii, Lindsey Hopkins audi
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY.
No. 70-7565
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: PBTITION OF
HOWARD IIERNARD KIN/.
for 1970-71. |i .i: a i iprii in i >k
this week in #remonies ; Committee members Include Jack ^XtMv invoR l'EONB- A
i-1 Davis, Martin Epstein, tYed Fein- to frbd anthont i.bonk
, l>'.itt. UiUJJw.Uf "" Wilfred Gib-
son, Max Greenberg, Gloria Greg-
i >. Joseph Koptowski, Many
n \,stor was installed as
,, ^j Ft Belling! as ores- ,,;,., c,imil, j ,,.Fran(,)js. Al
i Reinhardl ami Warren Welters.
Office Makes
mgements For
lail To Israel
%\ YORK (JTA1 Rep.
Vd I- Ottinger, (D-N.Y.l
,(l thai the Post Office
r- lias acceded to his
n for airmail shipments to
m the United States !>
|ri by air.
f i, a candidate tor
ratic nomination to
fnati. protested to Post
al William Blounl
u/ ks ago about the iv-
>l Trans World Airlines
nsmit air pdrcel post to
ru n though such ship-
Iwcre held in isolation for
Ejiour period in order to
against the possibility
parcel might contain an
(i vice.
I Congressman made public
hi 1i <( ivi d from W. J.
i'ost Office chief In-
.\hieh said that 'civil
: ticles of five ounci s
are now being accept-
The Association's A w. Morri-
son Memorial Award for 1970 was
pres nted on this occasion to Mrs.
Harried M. Ehrhard, director of
the Regional Science Fair for a
number of years and now Science
1 onsultant in Dade County Public
Schools. Previous recipients of the
award are Ray R. Bellinger, Mrs.
I Julia Morton and the Rev. Denver
Smoot.
A Certificate of Recognition
'was also presented to Garth C.
Ri i ves, editor of the Miami Times,
and special recognition given to
s nior division Science Fair win-
ner Robert M. Peppercorn and Tvi
Richard Svnder, who won in the i A'""'"> ,,,r ''""
i ir i i i \ islon.
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I'll. PRE!) ANTHONY LEONE,
are hereb) notified lhal a Petition
for Adoption nl your minor child
FRED .I.XMKS I WINE hail b. i n
filed in III, l "ir. ml i tiurl lit Hi-
Elex'entli Judicial Circuit In and for
Dade Cnunly, Florida, and you are
required i.. nervi .1 "i>\ of your
Anawer nr pleading to said Petition
on nlaintlff'H Minnie) I R MAYER I,
ij.'" South Miami Avenue, Miami
Florida 3JIo, a id file lh< orlRiunl
Aiihm i- or lib ndlng In the offii ol
ih. t'lerk of ill. i'ii.mi t'ourl on or
bi fore iin 1-1 day of June, l"n 11
you fall i" 'l" no, Judgm. in hj de-
fault "ill be taken auam-t \,>ii for
Hi. 1ellef di in. lifted in the petition,
This >i.->i .- -h.ill 1.. published once
each week for rour rnnaecutlvi week*
ill THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
In INK AND > 1:1 lEKEI al Miami.
Plfirlda. tin- 1's111 da? of Anril, ID7H
1: R LEATHEU.MAN, Clerk
i'ii. mi 1 '..nil. [lade 'ounl *. Fioi .' 1
Uj P COPEI.AND
Denut) t'lerk
(Circuit Courl S>:>11
1 l: MAYERS
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Mi.me. Florida :.:'.i :"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1494
In RE: Batute of
MORRIS COHEN
I I ,,,:,-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH CredltorM and All Peraoim Hav-
ing Claim* or Demanda Againdl Said
Extate:
You are hereby notified and Requir-
ed i" pre*. 11 .1 \ i.iims ami demand*
which v"ii may have naiUiiBl ilm ea.
late "i M" IRRIS <'< 'II EN dei eaaed
hin n( Dadi County, Florlila, t" the
County Judge* o( Dade County, ami
fa,- the Hame in dupllcati and an pro-
viii. ,1 in s. 1 11..11 ;.::: IK, Florida siai-
utea, in their offices In the County
Courthouae in Dade County, Florida,
mi -i\ ah nrtar monthi from Ihi
iimi- of iin- flral publication hereof,
"i 1I1. -am.- ,\ ill be ban 1 'I
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, Uii:- '-'"Hi
.lay of \|irll, A D. I7n.
SANFOHDS FAI'NEE
A- EX) CUtfH
Flral publication of lhin noil
iin L'tili day of April, IOT11
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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8.W. 82 Avenue, .Miami. Klfiriila In-
i.n.ls I.- regiater nald name Alth Ilia
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County, Pluridn.
MICH AW WHIM., -.il. owner
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NOTICE. OF SALE
Know all mi n, lhal ihi ^^ ill In h
-a!.- ai >..... A M "ii W (IneMliO Mn>
I :, l!l"ll al wlii. Il time all hoU I hold
t.....Im an.I pi raonal 1 ffi .1- ill I"
wild al Public Auction '" witlafj llenw
nr Ktni nge chai gen an.I
lali'.n ha rgf -. -..i.I i ififh
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1697
In RE: Relate "i
s WH'KI Mil: MIA.M SCHI.AZER
p.-. a.1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Credltora and AH Pertmim Hav-
ing I'lauii- .a- llcmandi Againal Said
1; ite
\ ,. lire hen hj main. .1 ." .1 n ituii -
...l I., prei i'iil kiis Inim* ami di mnnda
\. in. ii you ma> hai 1 ~: laic of SAAU'i:i. ABRAHAM 8CH-
I.AZER di .-.'.i late of Dade Coun-
, Florida, In Ihe County Judgi e of
jiadi County, imd file the hi mi In
duplicnli ami a- pro' al.-.I In Section
'.;. Florida Ktatutea, In their of-
.,. (hi Cfiunty Courthouae In
111,1. County. Florida, ivilhin Big
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I 15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA >N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-7856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYI VIA sl.Mi IN,
Plaintiff,
\RNOI SIMON.
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T< 1 A RN< 'I D 8IMI N
M......-m Place
Monai 1. .\- w York
You, ARXOI Ii Si.Mi IN. :n. herehv
. .MCI..1 thai Bill
ii\.i.'. haa been filed against you,
.11 .1 v.ii are requlri d aen .1 1 opj
.f your \n-u.i- or Pleading to thi
1 all of Complain! on the Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-7445
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RK Al" 1PTI0N 1 'I-- Fl il.!.' >\\ INO
MINOR i-llll DREN:
Ji ill \ mvili IH .1IDENBERRY,
THO.M \S .MAUK RODDENBERRY,
an.I
I'Ml, STEPHEN RODDENBKRRY.
11 mi: Tin i.M.vs 1:1 iDDENBBRKY
! 1 p Box 1192
Ft. Myers, Florida
yiil' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
.1 11 Loomia Harvi ) Mlai I. Llbbj ;. \ > in
Moshei Cbarlea .lacnliaeii, I'harli MICHAEI- SCHI.AZEH
Kngllsh. C-.l\ icklej 11 ml T Cnlllna DAVID 8CHI \ZER
Tin wil. -liall I.. 1" Ni ai JI'.- Weal Ai Kxeeul
Mil Court, Ilia!.ad Florida, iiml alinll i- publii lion of Ihie iiotlci
1.....1 du. tod ij u idi 'signed : .'.,-. of \i..\ l!i" worehouaen IRONOVITZ, Sll VER & la 'Til
S. MAI ATESTA 8ON8
\: .|\ \i lati '... Jr Owner
An.lv Malati -ia. Jr
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1183 B FRANK D. DOWLING
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H ISE HCMIIKRTI PAI 'II.I.A
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JOSK HCMBKRTO PADII.I.A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1110
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1 HARRY MYKRfl
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lhal RAY DONEHOO, 1- applying for j To aii i"Y.'.hT.~..' J,,,T'.\7"l'. i>..n- Hav- i,|'r?edl(oi> ami \ll Persoi II..v-
:.^,,Iren?,,3oHt-,hD\v,n'rVR;Tr,DEN' ,0 .''H"'m"
BERRY, THOMAS MARK RllpDEN- %., ..,,. hereby notified and ref|Ulr- ,, ... and requir-
,,,! BERRY, and PAll. STEPHKN ROD- ed to present any claims and demands n1\';u' .....I demands
DENBKRRY, thai la >~ married to u|,;,i, yOU ,.. have agnlnxi 'I" ..,,,,.,,', ., have ngninal tin es-
the natural mfither of said minor ,.,,, nf JO8K HCMBERTO l-Al'll.l.A "n"| ( HAnrtY MYERS di eased
Florldo 1.
1 iltillgi r said he M as "1 v.-
: itificd thai a means
Found to protect Ihe
..I airline passi ng< is
:i shutting oil' air mail
^ 1 in Israel. We simply
permit Arab black-
[1. accomplish what Arab
. ssion has not." he
^AN THAT ZIP COPE REALLY
^ENDS ME...
I'i',. -! all hi uhllshed .mi.
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DONE VND ORDERED at Miami,
... On- 1-1 .lay ..f .May A.li
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Attorney for Plaintiff
', B-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY..
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-7405
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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Plaintiff.
w IM 1AM M ASKEW, JR.
1.. 1 .:.mi
You A II I 1AM M ASKEW III
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On 1 Vmplaiul fr
granted to HAY DONEHOO MARIA PA DIM.A RODRIOfBZ
Th nntici shall be published once As Admiiilatratlix
for four consecutive weeks Flral publication of this notici
,., (hi JEWISH FIORIDIAN ,(,,. I si .lav of May, IH*"
|..,\,: IXII linilBRKI) ill Miami. S||,\,;\ KKRONSON
Klorldn, ..a this 24lh da) .a April, Attorne; fi r
|jl7ll ,.!' Ami-I.i Bull 1. ^
EH LBATHERM-.N. Clerk Miami. Florida -
Circull 1 '.Miii 1 -N 1 --
Dade 1 'ount) .. Flfirlda ___
iu MARCCER1TK KENT NOTICE UNDER
Deputy Clerk FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
:. l-g.ir.-2i V.TIi'i: IS HEREBY f,l\ I.'
tin undi ring to ngage
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ;,, husinesa III...... flctllloua name
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. of OAI ANY STCDIOS 15 N.E Iflh
FLORIDA IN PROBATE <, Miami', Fla 1 lend In reglaiei
No. 70-1536 ..,! name v ith 1 .....''" '" '
In RK Batat" "i cuil Courl of Daile .'.Men. Florida
1 \,i |R Kl IRNBI.I'M ROBERT \; ^^ .'': I'
I.....i-,.l ENTERPRISES INC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,., Robert M Ward Presidenl
I'.. Ml Credllnrs and VII r.....ia Ha) 7, 1-8-U-2S
'i* ;,?'""' '.....""" AK,U" IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Von are hereb) notified and requir- IN and FOR DADE COUNTY.
...I uresenl any vlalnu and demand* FLORIDA in probate
which vi.u mi.) have against Ih. no. 70-1579 BLANTON
,,, j \,',".|: KORNBI.I'M d.- ,., ltK ,...,.,,,. ,.,
. ,,, llit( ,., |,..,|, County, Florida aI.FRKIK! ANDERSON
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i im ihe County
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As Hxi
Firsi i ublli illon
1 'Mat "','
IJAItm STKKRNICK
Attnrni y for Executrix
! 1 d, Miami Beai li
Hi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
vn ...In...- and All P< raolia Hav-
: I 1. ma mm- .1-.. ...
jetting
f you are
married...
This basket holds
information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
Deput) il. rk
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-7972
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Rl ISKMAKY MCSCARBI IJ
Plaintiff
Wi in INI Ml'SCAREI II
I.'.'' ANTHONY MISi'AKKl.l.l
V.r-UVll.U,......Ml'S.'AKKM.I,
.,,,. hereb) notified lhal
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 70-7727
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIA DOI.i IRES Dt'ARTE,
Plaintiff.
II": VIN DI'ARTE,
Defi
I VIN DC \RTE
It, ki.Ii nee u iknown
, i,u KFRAIN DI'ARTE an heri -
. ,1 ihai a Bill of Comidnlnt
,,., 1 iii .im has l" n fll< d R|
. 1 nil vou art ri quired in -.11. a
.,,,,; .,, your Ai a r .a Pleading to
III. UII.....' imtilnli I on the Plain-
,,,,. ntlorm > SIDNEY EFRONSON,
.. \ |, Iluilding. .Miami. Florida
il Answi.....
. nf the Cleric
l ,1...... u Courl ......1 i" "'
1.. .,1, da) >f Ju 97H. If you nut
,,, ,],, ... im1. m I I" di 1.ml' .11 i'
. .1 you for the rellel da-
.1,. mil of Comolainl
This notice shall be published onea
, .h week for foul utivi eekg
: i,', THE JEWISH Fl ORID1AN
1., ,-,i- s vn iRi 11:1:1:11 al Miami,
i.-i,,, |dn, this "Hi ila) nf April A U.
.
K II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8J581-C
IN RE: Estate of
MAX sillli II AI/II-.R.
' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb) given thai
have filed in l "al Report and let I
,.,,. 1, irlhul n and 1
! I.EATHERM AS, Clerk
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,,-, publication Ha- notl....... SIDNEY RFHONSON
A?,!,Vne^forBi:utr. Attorney for Plaintiff
1 Weal Flaglar sn.. l, Suit* '.., ,.,t
:. 8-15-22-211
i,.n '.a' -'I"""...... ; f
charge .,- Executor ol the estate <
\I\S s.'iM. H M TBR !.......' ':"'
,1,,, on the 2Mh .lav of May, 1970.
. will appll W "'' "a.....ai.!. County
Complalnl for Divorce ha* been "'"' ,.,,,,., .,, |..,.t. County, Klnrida. for
.aalnsl you and you are required to ':l' ,.,,, ..,.1 FJnul Report and
.'rve a copy of your Answer 01 distribullon and final illscharg.
IMea.ling to the Bill of Complaint on ,..,.,,,.,.., the eslat. o th. alaove-
,1,,. pinlntirrs attorney. HpMBU ,,,,,,1.,,, Tin- 23rd da) ol
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Friday
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions i an be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pres ure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be i
a- .i ramily. If you have not no- fulfilled th
your family, we urge you to do so n
can be ce tin thai your family will i
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