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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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rdFewiisHi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JtWISH WEEKLY
43 Number 21
Miami, Florida Friday May 22, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
irael, Egypt Battle At Sea, In The Air
AVIV (JTA) Aerial
between Israel and
escalated sharply over
j- kend and the two coun-
la.-o exchanged blows at
military spokesman said
;. ts downed five Kgyp-
m \a over the Suez Canal
Eetween Friday morning
B.iurday noon and sank
i-ptlan destroyer and a
built Komar missile boat
Red Sea Saturday after-
Israeli soldiers were in-
Monday in an exchange
.11 TOSS the Suez ( .ui:il.
reported. Earlier shell-
lit was disclosed, had taken
|v <' two Israeli soldiers
ten others wounded.
Itary spokesmen said air
lit on Egyptian positions in
: al zone Friday and Sat-
urday wore among the heaviest
ever mounted by Israel's Air
Force. Their purpose was to pre-
vent the deployment of Egyp-
tian anti-aircraft defenses in
the so-called "middle zone" be-
tween the canal and central
Egypt
The only known SAM-3 sites
are located in northern and
central Egypt, defending Alex-
andria, Cairo and the Aswan
High Dam. Israel is determined
to keep them out of the Suez
Canal /one, where previously In-
Stalled SAM-2 sites have been
di stroyed by Israel's pounding.
The Egyptians appear to bo try-
ing to rebuild the damaged mis-
sile sites to accommodate the
SAM-'., which can be used effec-
tively against low-flying craft.
Bombs were dropped on artil-
lery batteries, camps and roads.
it was reported. The Israelis
were challenged by Egyptian
jets both Friday and Saturday.
They downed one MIG-21 and
two MIG-lTs on Friday, and the
following day shot down two
more MIG-17s. The five planes
brought the total number of
Egyptian warplanes destroyed
since the Six-Day War to 103.
Israel claimed its planes sank
an Egyptian "Z" Class destroyer
and an 80-foot Komar class mis-
sile carrier in a strike on the
Egyptian naval base at Ras Ba-
nas, 500 miles south of the Sue/.
Canal's southern end near the
Sudanese border. The strike was
In retaliation for last week's
sinking of the 70-ton Israeli
fishing trawler Orith by an
Egyptian missile boat off north-
ern Sinai with the loss of two
crew member..
According to the Israeli re-
port, the destroyer, one of two
World War II-built vessels pur-
chased from Britain in 1955.
which would normally have a
complement of 250 officers and
ratings, sank slowly. The missile
craft, which carries two Soviet-
made surface-to-surface missiles
and two anti-aircraft guns, went
down almost immediately after
it was hit. It carries a crew of
between 15 and 20 men.
Since the sinking of the Is-
raeli trawler Orith last week,
all fishing boats have been given
new instructions concerning
communications and identifica-
tion to be followed whenever
they enter potentially dangerous
areas such as the waters of the
northern Sinai. Israeli defense
forces will maintain constant
vigilance over fishing boats op-
erating in the area, which is
rich in fish but has been aban-
doned by Egyptian fisherman
fearing capture. i
Four civilian frogmen were at
work clearing the wreckage of
an Israeli naval auxiliary vessel
sunk by Egyptian frogmen last
February in the port of Eilat
last week, it was revealed, when
an underwater explosion took
plaee, killing one and injuring
the other three. They were re-
portedly the victims of explo-
sives planted in the hulk.
The Eilat. sunk off Sinai in
October, 1967 with a loss of 51
lives, was a sister ship of the
destroyer Israel claims to have
sunk, leaving Egypt's navy with
only one destroyer of the "Z"
class. It has five other destroy-
ers of the Soviet Skory class,
however.
en Gurion Resigns From
Seat In The Knesset
: SALEM (JTA) David
n, w-ho proclaimed Is-
independence in 1948 and
-. rved as his nation's
- Minister, resigned from
. sset Monday, thus re-
fv: himself from public life
Vrat may be the last time
r. ijeii-tiurlon, who always
|ted the Informality al
li-.ul and an open collar.
lifted his resignation in an
\\l\ informal manner. It was
en on a Sheet of blank note
ir and carried by a K m~.se t
[r from Ben-tiurlon's sent
Knesset hall to the speak-
| podium.
- year-old statesman ex-
I briefly that he found it
isible to spare any of my
for parliamentary work.
t observers said, however.
signation was not due to
f time, but to the decline
ii- political Influence. It was
I that he is in good health
man of his years, anil is
full of energy.
Intrnties by his colleagues
lili f> r his resignation until
IV ho addressed the centen-
1 <>f the Mikve Israel Agricul-
fcl School were to no avail.
Itical observers recalled that
Hcn-Gurion had resigned
before and noted that un-
Knesset rub's be had 48
Irs to rescind it, but most
bed that this time the former
Premier had left the political
arena tor good.
A native of Russia, Mr. Ben-
Gurion came to Palestine as a
youth when the country was
under Turkish rule. He servi .1
as a leader from 1935 to 1963,
liist as chairman of the Jewish
Agi ncy and later as Israel's
first Prime Minister. He issued
Israel's declaration of Indepen-
,l, nee on May 14. 1948. against
the opposition of many of his
t-,.ii. agues and al a time when
the country was threatened
with the imminent invasion of
the armies of five Arab coun-
tries.
Regarded by many as the
greatest personality produced
b> the Jewish people in this cen-
tury, he was revered by most
Israelis for his achievements,
but alter he resigned the Pre-
miership for the second tune in
1968, his political Influence
Continued on Page 11-A
More Jewish Participation
Needed, Commission Says
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Commission on Social Action of
Reform Judaism has been em-
powered bj .is governing body
to develop programs to Insure
greater Ji wish participation in
efforts i ing made to combat
the "extraordinary pressures on
diS&ent that threaten traditional
American liberties."
The authority was given by
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations' board of trustees
at its semi-annual meeting bore
after hearing a report on the
findings of a weekend seminar
conducted by the Commission on
Pressure Against Dissent: The
Open Society in Crisis."
The report urged the UAHC.
which is the central congrega-
tional body of Reform Judaism
in the United States and Can-
ada, to "create an understand-
ing of the legitimate role of
dissent so that reaction against
gome of the current excesses
will not create a spirit of intol-
erance among our own people."
Recommending that "the tra-
dition of dissent in Judaism" be
taught in the curriculum of our
religious schools at all levels dis-
CUSSing its application to cur-
rent synagogue and social prob-
lems, the report stated the Corn-
Continued on Pg 8-A
Israel-Centered Curriculum Urged
JROSSINGERS, N.Y. (JTA)
America's Jewish community
bet n called upon to make
pel a central part of the Jew-
i ducatiunal curriculum in
lor to bring about the revital-
Ition of young people's inter-
in their identity ami study of
laism. Israel should become
r and not "the" central part
! the Jewish educational cur-
lulum, however, it was cau-
|n< d.
Bunie oOO community leaders
ill educators from the I'nlted
States and Canada at the quin-
quennial meeting of the Ameri-
can Association Tor Jewish Edu-
cation were told that such a
change i" emphasis would help
in reversing the asatmllattosdst
process of many young Ameri-
can Jews.
A statement adopted by the
Governing Council called for
special elementary and high
school curses relating Israel
culturally in the teaching of
music, dance and crafts. It de-
plored the lack of texts on Is-
Former Vice President Hubert Humphrey toured Hadassoh-
Hebrew University Medical Center in Israel recently, visit-
ing its Pediatric Department and watching Arab and Jewish
children playing together in its playroom. He expressed
particular interest in several Arab infants who are being
treated for rare diseases, and said in view of his special
regard for mentally retarded children, he was especially
thrilled to see what is being done for backward children
in the Pediatrics Department. Mr. Humphrey has the dis-
tinction of being an Hadassah Associate.
France Defends Israel
In Security Council
rael and recommended that new
materials be created to meet
the need and that the learning
process be accompanied by per-
sonal experience, and urged that
youngsters, especially those of
"high school age. be sent on part-
time study programs to Israel.
The Association recommended
familiarizing Jewish students
with the basic similarities be-
tween the democratic ideals of
the United States and and those
of the State of Israel, relating
Continued on Pf.-je 9A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA>
During the Security Council's
debate over Israel's 32-hour in-
cursion aimed at terrorist bases
in Lebanon last week. France's
Ambassador Jacques Kosciusko-
Morizet, Council president, de-
clared that Israel has a right to
recognition, guaranteed borders
and peace with its neighbors.
Although he deplored the Leb-
anese action and insisted that
Israel must withdraw from the
occupied territories, his remarks
were regarded as the most even-
handed made by a French gov-
ernment representative since Is-
rael was condemned by its Pres-
ident Charles do Gaulle as the
aggressor in the June, 1967 Six-
Day War and were seen as a
softening of France's stand to-
wards Israel.
Observers pointed out that
the Ambassador's assertion of
Israel's tights went well beyond
those spelled out in the Security
Council resolution of Nov. 22.
Continued on Page 12-A
BULLETIN
The 15-member I'.X. Se-
curity Council VOtad 11-0 on
Tuesday to condemn Israel's
one-day assault on southern
Lebanon. The I'nlted States.
Colombia, Sierra Leone and
Nicaragua abstained from
voting on the stiff rebuke,
which labeled the Israeli as-
sault a "premeditated mili-
tary action" and said the
Council would consider "ade-
quate and effective steps to
implement its resolutions" it
Israel should repeat such an
.,, ii,)nan Implied threat of
political and economic sanc-
tions. "Such attacks can no
longer be tolerated," the
resolution said.


"age 2-A
+ Uni%tf*:rMton
Rabbi David Shapiro
Is Award Recipient
At the community-wide 1
\univiTsary celebration li<>ki in
Temple Sinai. Hollywood, Sunday
tAMf DAVID SHAPIIO
vening, the coveted "Abba Hiii< I
Silver Award" was pr>si>nted to
"labbi David Shapiro, who has
Kfved a* prrsirlcnt of the s. ven-
tale Southeast Region of the 7a-
nist (Organization of America for
t lie past five .wars. This marks
he first time a Brow an) County
sident has bttii the recipieat of
ih award.
John B. MclXermott. who has
served as political editor of the
liami Herald for th- past 17
ars, was guest ipaahsf at the
I'lebration eommt nantlai th<
-_'nd anniversary of thi dn na-
ion of IsraaTi Indapandano*. A
spadal musical prognoi was alto
eaturod, ami a uniii'h' candle-
gating rank saw 33 h ad< n
, of the HoliywtHJd Jewish oommu-
i :. Ktnffle i-'iits a.......oi itlng
th< :_' years .mm stablish.
ol the JdBoiSRpSl ; -
i uitual
kadi i Beth BL Holly-
vood. mad the pp n of
'..ii>i)i Jaffa had onlj
, special
. Israel i onducted by
;'.. A. He s ok* "H ov of
- i red during
. :- \ Isit.
1 s Torcjyn-
.;.,:., -i.lt ut ill tin' 21 'A.
I Rabbi Shapiro was chosen to r<-
the 1970 award because ol
i Inon Interest In larael and the
wn of itu' J.uisl: Slat.. Rabbi
Shapin baa baan oitad nationally
for his outstanding work in babalf
f the Kfai Si!\.i Agricultural
High School maintained by the
/.HA in Ashkt Ion. The school wrai
named in honor of Hi.' late Rabbi
. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland.
i 'hio who w is recognised as one
.if America's leading ipohesmen
tor the Jewish. State. Rabbi Sha-
piro, the first man to serve five
yi an a> prt sident of the gouthsatl
Region, is a nii'mbcr of the /COAs
national executive committee, and
is a past chairman of \rv South-
Sl Region's boar.: of tovernors.
Special recognition was given
during the eaftsbration ti Irving
'. horn of Hollywood "- his
. ntinuo'.s s :;.| "i T ; ..
: lion of the youth
Also parti, r,
Hn n Ratt '.' : :,. V. .iv
Temi'Ie B- f Molly-
i s/oori; Rabi
' TV mple Israi 1. M
f r '
I'aymor.i! i I '
pre* .del
Yam Ha.Moreh Is A
"Yogs Ha.Mort-h." J.-wish Teach-
ers' Day. has been peocJaimed a
r.iiK.nal holiday by the Anieri. .,]
Asmh lation for Jewish Educi
>t has hs-n announced. The day it
observed by progmni and special
citations to teachers throughoui
the country
T.aehers throughout thi .
munlty will be honon d bj i
mhi coagn Rations Sundaj .
ognlthNi "i their central roll
i he d. velopmool ol Jewish d
II'. i I. Illation is jmrt ,,f
AlFRtD GOlDfV
Advisory Hoard**
I natal latioii Is Set
The ai.r.ual Installation "f the
University i Miami llill. I Advis-
r\ Board officers will be held at
i" am. Sunday in the Hillel Foun- ,
lations building at lioo Miller
in.. Coral Gables. Robert Russell
chairman of the board of Ritssell
Aluminum Company, who servos.
as campaign chairman for the
Federation of Jewish Oiantu-s of
Miami, will serve as the itistalla-
tion officer.
The slate tncheSee Alfred Gold-
i n. prominent B'nai B'rith and
n:iniiunit> k-adtT. who will lx- In-
stalled for his second term us,
presioV nt of the organisation;
Barry Potlock, who will take his
place as prvsid* nt-eUct: Noah
Smyler, Sum Pas.iw. Ben Ban?
and s i Schreiber, who Kill serve
is vice presidents; Elyse Factor.
s. cretai"y. and Aiti lr Friedman,
irer.
The oeeaaion will also mark the
cpartun al Hillel Foundation's
Kabbi Biffleufl Koliriiuti. who has
eepted thi ,s.st ,.t Deputy Chief
*haplain ol Uh Vet. ran- Admin-
u ition m Washington, DC
Tickets for thi- installation and
nch may (* obtmnetl by calling
. Hillel 1..T1 i Kfyta Fa.
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Mcry 22, 1970
*Jelsti rtcridfi&ti
Page 3-A
erusalem Mayor
resents Awards
r Teddy kollek <>f Jeru-
,: the outstanding lead-
icl's political, cuJJ
nic development, will .
aw on Saturday, May 30.
ommunlty-wiik jclo-
i rsrael's twehty-se ind
Lf irni pendence, it was an-
Li bj James M. AHm I chair-
| i*rceter Miami Isra
i : mization under whos
the event will he held In
land Ballroom of the Fon-
au Hotel.
for Kollek will join in honor-
jiid Mrs Jack S. Popick
bmi's "Couple of the Year"
Mr outstanding leadership on
Israel in many areas of
jthropic, educational and
activities, particularly
di Israel Bonds. He will eon-
ih" "Jerusalem Freedom
upon Mr. Popick and
i .if Valor Award" upon
c.pick.
or Kollek will also honor the ,
lund women who have ben
lints of the Jerusalem Peace
at a series of events for
Bonds, and the chairmen
Ipresldents of synagogues,
zations and high-rise bolld-
fwhicli have sponsored these
Mayor Kollek has occupi-
\ nosts in the government of
since its establishment.
1952 to 1964 he was Director
;d of the Prime Minister's
r>rving in that post (hiring
pministrattona of David Ben-
6n. Moshe Sharett and Levi
oL
yor Kollek will load a tribute
men and women who have
pad d Miami's record- break-
tlsrael Bond drive which is
PAINT A BODY WORK
I ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BUCK
luolity Weftt, Prompt Service
REASONABLE PRICES
FREE ESTIMATES
CALL 534-7OT3
leading the nation in percentage
Increase of -ales over all previous
years. The m n and women who
will receive special recognition In-
Tomple r.. Hi \ in I" Herbert M
II lumsrard, raliltl. imviil .1 Light,
Iiimioi .11 > hall r11:. -,. Alan II Kei li r,
' in.hi .. ml 1;. ..1 -, Malln, 1111 I-
dent; Tvtniili lleth David Itabbl S..1
Ijimlau; MurriN Itnhlnowltx, ilialr-
man and Ht-ymoui K.....I, president;
Temple Beth Sholom It I.. ...i
Ki.iii-Ii. rabbi; Julian .1. rirniman,
honururs rhnlrmnn; Mr. and Mr*.
David Miller, rm.-ts rhalrmen, and
Jack M Pink, preaidenl; Temple Belh
Tnrnh Dr Max A Upaehlli, rabbi;
Samuel Fox, rhalrman: Dr. Abraham
Cohen, honorary chairman, and .Mil-
ton rtnrilntein, prenldi it; Jacob C
I'ointi Community Synajcomie Itabbl
I 'r Tlbor 11 Stern, who "as alxo
the Honorei of itiis event; Jacob C.
Cohiii, honorary chairman, and Lenn-
ard Zlll-rt. chairman; Temple Meno-
rahItabbl Mayer Ahramowlls, Ro-
bert Slegel. chairman, William Such-
I er, honorary chairman, and Leoni&ril
Konen, president; Temple Xer Tamld
Dr. Eujtene IaIhivIix. rabbi, Herman
Shaw, president ana honorary chair-
' man, ami Murray Btisw, chairman;
Kn.s.tli lrael OoiiKreicntion Itabbl
David Lehrfleld; tlm-ar Schaplro,
chairman, ami Iffltnn K:ilui. prehl-
1 it. T. milt H'th Itaphnel- itabbl
1 David Itaati; I Victor Annul, chair-
man, ami I r. Al'l|ih Flnkler, prsi-
denl; Temple Jttdeo Itabbl Morriv A
Kipper; Meyer liaakln, chairman and .
Richard Honvlch, prenldent; Temple
Rmanu-BI Dr. Irving \.< luinan. rabbi;
Samuel rrl'Miiaini. honorar) chairman,
Harry A. l.i-vy. jiaii man. ami Joaepb
Onhen, president.
Thane uli.1 will honored f"r
their leaderahlp "i larael Bond event*
siMiiisorcd by oncaiilsatlonn Include;
Tin- Labor Zlonlxt-Farhand ami I.....
neer \VomenMrs Harriet Qreen,
Mo< I..V111 ami Joseph .1 /ii.k.rinan:
The Cuban Jewish t'ommunlly Pin-
ner Rafael Krnvec, chairman, and
1 ...1. sill.1 rintit. honorary chairmen;
Miami Uenob Chapter ( HiidanKh
Mr. Carl W-ink!.-. chairman: Mrs
Fred Jonas, Mrs Bmanuel Ments,
Mr- Mas Wettl, and Mrs Henry I'
Wernlck, vice chairmen; Mlirachl
Women'H Organisation Leonard
Rosen ami Mr- Alexander Qroaa,
chairmen.
The chairmen who spearheaded
vrntK at h1|fb-riM' apartnient nuiM-
iuks: Alien Ileus.. Joseph Kish and
Max Braum; Bay Terrace, Mrs. cimre
llerxon. Beekman Towers. Henry A.
Closer; Belle Plasa, Harry Padem;
Buckley Towers. Ignatz Bpiu; Coast-
al Towers, Hiram tioldatein; Bton
Hall. Bmsnuel Titb-baum: Jade Winds,
Joseph Henry; Harbour ll..us.-. Irv-
ing Norry; Marlin Gardens, Louts
Sin. 17.; Moorings. Irving Levy and
Jack Zlegclhelm; New Horlsons, Jack
Oelb; 1'nrk View Point, Nathan Roth;
Plan <"<'. Harry Qreenwald; RoMont
I Hardens, Nathan Ooldwhlajter; Royal
Bahamian, Irving Moss and Samuel
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JVS Board to Hold
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The Jewish Vocational Service
board will holil its annual meet-
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I. Wiener, seen tary of the JVS
has announced.
Charles Hcrtzoff, t'l'A. chair-
man of the nominating and mem-
bership committee will submit the
proposed slate of officers for the
organization and a board of di-
. n ctors.
Members of the JVS nominating
ami membership committee In-
clude J.William Hnros. Jr.. Barney
Bernstein, ("PA. Thomas Brandeis,
' Sol Center. M.D., and Marvin I.
Wiener. I
President of the Jewish Voca-
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[agency of both Ihc Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund of Dadc County, located at 1
318 NW 25th St.. is Stuart Roth- '
child, CFA.
W. Miami JWV Post Installs
A new staff of officers beaded
by Louis D. Tuck. Commander,
was instnlli d recently by the West
Miami Post 223, Jewish War Vet-
1 tans of the I'.S.A. Mr. Tuck was a
World War I radio operator-officer
and served as a radio-telegraph in-
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May 22. 2970
Number 21
IS IYA]
Invas'en: For Different Reasons
The United State* Invaded Cambodia to dean out
Vietccr.g and North Vietncm mili'.cry "sanctuaries." brae]
invaded Lebanon to mop up guerrilla bases and "sanc-
tuaries." The Security Council of the United Nations, in-
cluding the United States, voted unanimously to order Israel
to leave Lebanon period.
It may be said without contradiction that two wrongs
do not make a riqht. That if. as so many believe, the U.S.
is wrong in extending the miserable war in Southeast Asia
so Israel is wrong in escalating the Middle East wot. But
there is a difference in reactions of a nation which is fight-
ing for its very existence, fending off attacks on its people
every day, end one whose motives are far from clear at
best and by no stretch of the imagination self-defense.
Those who cannot see that difference seem to be bent
on destroying the UN as a force, not strengthening it.
Drama Not Lost On Those Who Give
American Jews are responding magnificently to the
1970 fund campaigns, according to all reports. The drama
of Israel's fight for life is not lost on those who can give
and contributions will be at least 25 percent higher this
year than last. With all that, the need is for immediate cash
and those who have pledged so generously are urged to
accelerate their payments to take care of present emergen-
cies.
Without Idealism There's No Hope
It is not only American Jewish youth which is expres-
sing its concern about a world in which war seems to be
the way of life. In Israel, radical youngsters have recently
come out openly to protest the government's approach to
peace. Some of them are the sons and daughters of high of-
ficials in that government.
Through Education Minister Yigal Allon. a dialogue
has been opened with the students which it is hoped will
lead to better understanding as well as communication.
But. as in this country, unless the young people can see
that their fervent wish for peace is truly shared by those in
power, there will be neither understanding nor communica-
tion. Some may feel that to hope for peace in the world is
naive, but if there is no idealism among our youth and
thus no hope for a better world, we can look forward not
only to continued dissent but to more violence as student
response to a bankrupt establishment.
Such Change Would Create Havoc
An English Orthodox rabbi has picked up where Ribbi
lei Silverman left off in his address to American Con-
.dive rabbis last menth durina wbJ "h he suggested
that synagogues demand minimal standards before crcept-
ing membership. This would net apply to those presently
affiliatedit is estimated that if it were the loss woi'ld be
around 90 percent!so that the impact on synagogue
finances would not be so great, but would be introduced
gradually.
Such a revolutionary change is in line with the long
tradition of concentration on the "saving remnant." but
with such a small minority gua'.ifying, the havoc to Jewish
life today wauld be incalculable. The idea is hardly worth
exploring beyond the sermonic stage.
Another Significant Anniversary
Another significant anniversary this year is the tenth
of the Israel Festival which will bring such stars as Isaac
Stern. Zubin Metha and that magnificant senior citizen,
Pablo Casals, who started it all a decade ago. to CaesoTea
and Jerusalem. From July 21 to the end of August, lovers
of music, the dance and the drama will have an opportuni-
ty to see and hear the finest in a unique setting.
Comment
Frid
Of
Maya,
>
The death or Walter Retttl* r
in a week which saw construc-
tion woi nd ton [shoremen
attack aiti-war demonrtretwi
was, to ma i '"'-
. A. go beyond me
n-
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mother
storj I
It wasn't it< I the
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t!u ii-
.... test-
ed Mew
Yoi i City H
never Walter I'.- it th-
h it at the good
. nine ,,;
In- I '
1). lood I the
noun ind moat
o| ind, t.) the
end, in i ; i" '''''
. | ith-
, n ,f his times h id I
for the) had
Alth '
rti i >' on the milltary-ind I
complex for 1 t part
Reuther wea a! ong th
major AFL-OIO leaders
itood -t the war In v..
: ne of the m
m i he wal I out of
mi r i
I they weren't I
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the;
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. rial Strug *l
trades for many d<
an thema '
, ri >i thou
urn ma h iti I him (or -
tude, often publicly told As i
a lit' r I h 'i ocea
i- port on the iwifl
corrupt v
thai cropped up In > few UAW
: reals and the
at c"i< > convention wh ch i
to the expulsion of the powi
Teen sti i s, among otht -
: irruption
y. uther i in terael'i :
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MATTER OF FACT
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by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Amid the
current turmoil, no one seems
to have noticed th.it the results
have been strikingly favorable
to President Nixon whenever
actual votes have been counted
To be specific, the resulta of
the Alabama. Texas and Ohio
primaries oup.ht to live the
highest satisfaction to the White
House. Alabama, win*re the in-
cumbent. Gov. Albert Brewer,
ran comfortably ahead of form-
er Gov. Georpc Wallace, is th.-
obvious case in point. It may as
well be deaM with first.
Briefly, then- is still a run-off
a month from now But Wallace
will have to break a lone string
,,( precedents to win the run-
off since the front-runnere m the
flrsi primary have always won
the run-offa m the past
A Wallace victory is imagin-
able, but the best Judgea of local
political form put the "*' '
thrv.-to-two aj-ainst him:
th.it it i heavy margin to ovei
come Furthermore, he was
showing serioui signs of acute
strain before the votes were tak-
en, and he has a way of blow-
ing, up under strain at times A
Wallace retirement from the
contest ls not beyond the t
,,( possibility, unleai he feels as-
uri ii of victory.
This means. .-uiU- simply thai
Prealdenl Nixon has at ltal i
three-to-two chance of Rome in-
to the 1973 election with no
tin.-it from Wallace on the njrht.
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tOA Reschedules 22nd
Anniversary Program
MammunVty- wide I ael
lary celebration originally
May 20 in
Iricts of the
oi America.
Zionist Organization
the rtninr
i >
ABRAHAM GRUNHM
1. has been rescheduled
, \, ning, June M in ih
..-' Hot. I. it haa bet n an-
r \ nt is being sj on
the South Flol 'ila Dis-
A committee of ZOA workers
ind leadi rs of the Jewish commu-
nity has hern named to host the
dinner dance, which will feature
social entertainment, outstand-
ing guest speakers and a social
musical candle lighting ceremony
with 22 Greater Miami Zionist
leaders participating, according to
Abraham A. Grunhut, chairman of
the ZOA President's Council.
Assist ins; the committee making
arrangements tor the anniversary
celebration are Ben Giller, Sidney
Raymond, Ezra Finegold, Judge
Nolan Sweet, Charles Freefield
Sam .1. Perry, Isaac Doncn, N i-
than I.a Tuchie, Morris Simon,
Greta Shubow, Hank Roth, Allan
Porter, Hyman Young, Max Fier-
man, Ann Otchi'. Goldie Ft li '
j 'ander, Hyman Katzner, Sam
Rappaport, Jos< ph Stern, Israel
Schenkman, Joseph 11. Cohen and
| Gil Rappaport, director of the
Southeast Region ZOA.
Reservations for the dinner
dance made be made by contacting
the Zionist oftiee at 2200 Park
1 Aw.. Miami Beach.
iiental work on a phase of
\islory that has been com- \
nknown even to the world
ir\hip. ... a highly readable \
i,7 written and interest- j
itrated."
Kabbi Dr. Irving Lchrman ;
The Jewish florid ian '
THE JEWS
JEW SPAIN
PTA Officers To Be
Installed Tuesday
Installation of officers will high-
light the Miami Beach Senior High
School PTA luncheon in the Al-
giers Hotel Tuesday noon. Mrs.
Albert Rosenberg, president, has
announced. Jay Jensen will pre-
n nt Thespian Troupe 391 in
"Beach High's Sights and Sounds"
as the entertainment tor the after-
noon.
Soviets Allow Critic
To Leave For Israel
LONDON ijtai A 37-year-
oW mathematician was allowed to
leave the Soviet last week for Is-
rael. Yuli Telesin. an av-wid Zion-
ist who has publicly criticized the
Kremlin's anti-Israel policies, left
from Moscow airport on a flight to
Vienna. About 30 of h;> friends
saw him off.
Mr. Telesin, one of 40 Soviet
Jew- who signed a letter last
March complaining a'.wut their
government's restrictive emigra-
tion policies and d< manding the
i right to o to Israel, was one .of
- (ver il Ji wish protesters sii
out by the government nev : iper
Izvesti i for al i ick as i "rem a I
long known for his Zl inisl views."
!.-: id's Premier G >!! i Meir has
ed still another ter from
Russian-Jewish w man asking
help to mi! i to Isra it was
ted from Jei
ter was from Mrs. [da Morduk-
ho\ n i Ropskaya, 11 ins a
". th< nd a sister in Isra"! S
Mi -. Mi '. to ; i .' letter
i the United Nat.
In Jerusalem, a public Council
for Soviet Jewry has been es-
i. Wished, with Hebrew University
Presidnt Avraham Harman as its
chairman and five Knesset mem-
bers on its presidium. The croup
said its purpose was to "fight for
the rights of Russian Jews to emi-
grate to Israel and live Jewish
lives."
Allan J. Gluckstern, vice president of the YM-YWHA. is
shown presenting the Byron J. Topol award to John Mcllah
as Al Tudor, director of Health and Physical Education at
the YMHA, watches. The Byron J, Topol Award is given to
the individual who exemplifies all-around sportsmanship,
athletic ability and scholarship for the year in the Y'
programs.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Labels Are Very Deceiving
Temple Eniami-Fl Class Gn
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i mi-wv:-. Sv}moui- B. I.iclMnwi.
(^om to attosjk Reform Judaism
iMth^^ilvan uitLnjt us .1 intgjue "I
Wil ,1:1, >.,.,:iii.in> Ilasic Krform
luii.iisin bank which i hstve not
>.i iv...I and wniaH -i^'' '" ha '
kpown move about As a ftctarpi
Rabbi who djos pftnrtiirt Sabboih
i>i ning worship services and h is*
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a r i i no, ilr>
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b of a R
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we si ins, n >1 onlj by peraoi
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    o ii tli R ': ii r ibbinate
    tu know Ihc R< fon i n bbinate.
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    in .. i n whose hook it >s thai
    i.- being analyzed is not among
    the so th i entire issue it seems
    t.i ine i.- as de from the point.
    1 also foiled un lei stand in.
    'in M Liebmsn'a statement
    thai "most Refrom institution*
    lied Tern) the
    a it! oi ii.....'.'> th woi-d syna-
    It happens that one i>!
    the most important d
    of the U.A.H-.C ed the "Con*
    of Syi v-ti\ Mi -
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    U'vouii th.it. I reaQ) dqsWI
    know whit dilfeveog ii raally
    make* nhather out. olh,ini">
    hous i>f w.nsti.p and Rathcrini
    Sytugogui r>rsTs*nse Timpare
    Reform c ogregatioos that an
    lad Synagogue Th re ate can-
    tewatlve cungref ati ma ind I > th -
    in.in- that are c illed
    S what?
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    question that "i
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    in in is that labels a e : d
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    Temple Rlnal Nith Page
    public ichooto.
    V/t .lows no linear* in wmatthg
    fair treatment for tio N**-1 announced
    And In practice < our boat to'
    |i\c thorn oppoitiinitfea for thou-
    betterment. But we (*ai min-
    i,ia.ks feel, th it .ui aocttty will
    n in bettei if it is psuralkHic
    ih ii homogeneous
    Hal.l.i IMiln.aN A. Hotrniiii
    Tiie religious school of Temple Isaai Munh
    I.manu-KI will hol.i its graduation ImiRhtcr f i*IK,s,*'l
    axerdm Kn' 8J0
    |i m. s.iiiii.ii.i srivicos. trw- chaii
    man of its hoard of education,
    ludge Fredi rich N. Band, has
    KD1TOB, Th.- Jewtah H.>ri.li:in.
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    u a the peopk >>! I-i
    -tii- : At the -
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    pn dict-i p '< '"! h .i moi
    Ih ng imon \ all nation
    m irld
    T.n- two edicts do >i"t c in-
    tradicl one another in tttf w-'-'
    bit On Hi- oontrai) a pluralist i
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    .1 not tie s-> if everj n
    would be reojiired to pla) fch;
    wen I his tii'- rj has gpvnn I Ji i *h
    thinking through ul th
    To this \ ei j ij
    t irninant nhilos iphj ol iiu- J
    :sh eommuniav.
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    To New WC Branch
    Dignitai k s of th Southern Ri
    Wi ckmen'i In le and
    rosrntatii fron all of Its
    i ii .I Com t \ branch-
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    en the i foi m< 'l
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    ni Ji w .sii F. <|, ration
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    ttv Lvci urn, 23 Washington
    Vv< Miami Beach, at meeting
    Bi inch 682, The Workmen's
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    ring ii i hall ui ih. Combined
    'mis,; A;>jh ai-isia. I Emergency
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    tvatlgns are being taken by I..-.,
    Greonberg and Murraj Gold.
    Tlii i i II) sting committee >>f
    I'll,- Workmen's Circle ol Greatei
    '.'...mn will meet at 7 30 p.m. Mon-
    |aj ii. the Lyei urn, 23 Washington
    \\. Miami Beach, i>> h.-r n--
    luis in in th.- delegates who at-
    i he national i onvi nt ion
    bold bj the organization In Nci
    Yoik ii>< nth
    The occasion will also mark the
    tenople'S annual Yum HaMuivh. or
    ' ni-ii Teach, is' Day. afasrrvance,
    when a spsclal tribute will t
    pani t.. tin sobooJ faculty Th
    youngsters who ate receiving th ii
    liplomas will also participate in a
    neclally-wrttten cantata entitled
    Beautiful NumtK-rs." cornpikd
    and directed bj Trixie l^\ui i
    will i- assist, il by the tempi 's
    . .lull
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    i v, n iiu.s Morton Towers Group Installs
    '.-a- wh psench in fnvorol racial
    balance stop short when it comes
    to putting it into pr ictsoe far iharo-
    selves,
    The more thui three score
    his residing in Dade ind Brow ird
    counties all live In residential
    trees in which there ,- no notic-
    ihli- pakmee of races The same
    residential trend is found among
    the leaders of the Jewish walCane
    organizations and fraternal > .<-i'--
    ties such as Ameeioan Jewish
    Committee, American Jesvtsh I
    s- Greater Jewish Federation
    B'nal Brith, etc.
    An I In n .-unl months CStS i
    tnonl of new private JowUh
    schools in iiu luburfaan areas and
    the expansion of th<- exist n oik s
    coincid with the Federal Court's
    ruling requiring racial balance in
    Tlu- Muiton Towers Group ol
    ilailassah held its annual installa-
    iiun in the Riibaiyal Room ol th.
    Mgiers Hotel this week, with Mn
    Ih-nry B. Wernick offldaUng at
    ihi r. femony installiiig Mrs Tobj
    .Sciuwliu-r as its preaident lor
    .''70-71 HaUu David Kaali was
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    Mis EpMnuel M.nt/ served ss
    chairman.
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    I May 22. 1970
    i-Jtnistrhridlii&n
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    ala Open House
    t At YM-YWHA
    a Friend" was selected
    ih'itie for the gala Open
    the YM-YWHA of Great- }
    [li. S300 SW Sth St.. to be !
    m 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun-
    William Levin, chairman |
    IK nibeiship committee of I
    llaid member families will
    , ir friends and relatives j
    lie facilities and see the '
    laction during the Open ,
    I'hich is part of the cam- !
    spei d enrollment of new
    ind ivrcgistratlon of old ,
    Is and displays of 'Y' actlv-
    be featured by the Y"
    Early ChlMhOOd Develop- |
    department parents, Hhe
    mittee headed by Mr,
    rs I LllStig, and School
    rts. Israeli programs will
    dirni by Michael Kate, Is-
    Bmmunity Youth Consult-
    -!. cial events are being
    b\ the Senior Citizens and
    |lt ind Physical Education
    nt.
    Mlblic is invited to visit thl
    Kt i acquainted with its
    hoard of directors, com-
    [i lib) is and staff.
    custom
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    End of term exercises and a I
    Spring Festival will bo held at
    10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, for the
    children of the Early Childhood
    Development program of the Cen-
    tral Y."
    Receiving certificates indicating
    they are ready to become first- j
    graders will be Angele AbramowitB,
    Ronald Kskreis. Cynthia Gelles, !
    | Allen Grossman, Elizabeth Gubor,
    Steven Kamis, Toby Ellen Kapp,
    Alisa Kate, Paul David Kerness,
    I Julie Lopez, Elaine Miriam Need-
    I rlman, Eleanor Susan Patish, Lisa
    Richman, Stephen Edwin Robbins
    ; and Ronald Schwartz.
    j Plans for an enriched and ex-
    1 panded kindergarten curriculum
    for the September semester are
    1 now complete, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
    Dado County chairman for the
    ECD program, reported.
    Jack Katzman, newly elected
    president .f the 'Y,' said registra-
    tions arc now being taken for the
    coming term, and stressed that
    ihe ECD program is also open to
    non-members.
    Additional information may be
    secured from Mrs. Ted Weinstock
    ;t the Central branch, or Mrs.
    Morris Wcincr al the North Coun-
    t> branch.
    * *
    Summer classes for adults will
    i be continued in the School of the
    Aiis at the Central 'Y,' it has
    i been announced.
    A creative writing course will
    ; l>c conducted foe the first time
    ' this year. Instnictor will be Jack
    Gold, the public relations director
    I and lx">k reviewer at the "Y." A
    i drama course is being offered by
    Burton Parker; Roch lie Simons
    Is to be the Ladi. s Modern Dant'e
    Instructor.
    Registrations are also being
    taken for classes in batik and tie
    dyeing, sketching, painting, crafts,
    and ladiis' slimnastics. For addi-
    tional information, call June Fried,
    Cultural Arts dirt dor at the Cen-
    tral *Y.'
    Menorah Parents I
    Hold 'Spring Frolic'
    The Parents of Menorah. wh ch ;
    is the PTA of Temple Menorah,
    will sponsor Its annual Spring Fro-1
    lie Saturday evening, in the Tem-
    ple's social hall.
    The installation Of the incom-
    ing officers will also take place
    on this occasion. Mr-. Saul Ginz-
    btirg will be installed as the in- .
    coming president of the Parents of
    Menorah.
    A procram of social dancing and
    entertainment is planned for the
    evening. It will begin with hors
    d'oeuvres and cocktails and endi
    with a late supper, Mrs Carl
    Rosenberg. Parents of Menorah
    president, has announced.
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr, spiri-
    tual lender of the Temple, will
    pre .ill 'Jewish Children Say the
    Durndesl Things" in which he wiH
    relate hilarious episodes involving
    .hiMren in the Hebrew School,
    ' their parents and teachers.
    Th....."\ officers to be installed
    ire Mis. Saul Ginzburg, president:
    Mrs S ilomon Terncr, Mrs. Alberto
    Behar, Mis Ah in Mund, vleei
    presidents; Mrs. Zundel S. Ber-
    ns. treasui r; Mrs. Abraham]
    Vrber, secretary; and Mrs, Sam-
    uel Schwartzbaum, chairman of
    ocia" activities, Cochairmen of
    the Spring Frolic will be Mrs.
    Saul Ginzburg and Mrs. Alvin
    Mund.
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    Pag 8-A
    Gen. Amos Horev To Be
    Temple Judea Speaker
    Gen. Amos Horev, a member of
    1he General Staff of the Israel
    Defense forces and one of Israels
    ".ecendary military heroes, will be
    the guest speaker at the Temple.
    Judea-Isracl Dinner of State Sat- |
    urday night. Rabbi Morris A.
    Kipper, spiritual leader of the
    Ti mple, and Meyer Baskin. dinner ,
    chairman, have announced.
    Gen. Horev will confer the Jer-
    usalem Peace Award upon Sol'
    Si hreiber. a Temple and communi-1
    ty leader, for his service to th<' |
    State of Israel at the 7 p.m. dinner
    in bt-half of Israel Bonds in Tern-1
    ;'.<< Judoa's Social Hall. A recep- !
    tion in honor of Gen. Horev will I
    I hc>-t--d by Mr. ami Mrs. Schreib- j
    r prior to the dinner.
    Oiief of the Quartermaster
    Corps of the Israel Defense Force v
    Gv Horev is former D'lHity
    Chief Scientist to the Ministry' f,
    Defense and was responsible for
    the development of the weapons.,
    armor and self-propelled artillery .
    that were used so effectively in the
    Six-Day War of 1967. At the time
    of the SbUd Campaign in 1956. he
    ,i MTvad as Chiff of the
    I >rdnanrc Con* for several years.
    and led the corps during the fight-
    ing.
    Gen. Horev commanded a bat-
    talion during the siege of Jeru-
    salem, and played a decisive role
    in opening the legendary "Burma
    Road." that helped to raise the
    siege. The following year he par-
    ticipated in the liberation of the
    Negev and was appointed Chief of
    Operations of the Southern Front.
    General Horev studied at the
    Mastachuaetta Institute of Tech-,
    nology. ami holds B.S.. M.S. and
    Mechanical Engineering degree*
    from that school He was born in
    Jerusalem and received his early
    education there.
    More Participation
    Needed, UAHC Says
    (Continued from Pag*" 1)
    mission's belief that the exten-
    sion of the war into Cambodia,
    and the vast outpouring of anger
    and frustraliaw oai college oam-
    I are among the latest bit-
    ter fruits of the Vietnam con-
    flict.
    The Massachusetts Board of
    Rabbis has also called for "an
    end to the harassment of po-
    litu-al dissidents and the brutal
    treatment of sus[>ects" in a
    Statement issued in consonance
    with the Jewish ethical Imper-
    ative which calls upon us to
    Choose life and leek justice, love
    and peace." The board's state-
    ment, signed by its president,
    Rabbi Kphraim Bennet, and so-
    cial action chairman. Habbi
    Judl a B. Miller, also deplored
    '"the growing divisiveness in our
    country which has been cruelly
    exacerbated by the war in
    Vietnam."
    Mr. Baskin noted that the din-
    ner will be a gala event, with
    music by the Irving Pietrack
    Society Orchestra for dinner and
    dancing and entertainment pro-
    vided by Singer-Comedian Steve
    Gaynor, who has been seen in
    numerous variety shows on tele-
    vision and has appeared recently
    at Grossingers, the Concord and
    the Latin Quarter in Cincinnati.
    Arrangements for the dinner are
    being made by the Corps of Hosts
    under the chairmanship of Temple
    Judea president Richard Horwich
    and Mrs. Horwich.
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    May 22. 1970
    *Jewist HcrkUan
    Page 9-A;

    Tropical League Installs
    Tropical Cancer League of the
    American Medical Center at Den-
    ver will hold its installation Fri-
    day noon during a luncheon in the
    Deauvillc Hotel. Former national
    vice president, Mrs. Albert Hoch-
    berg, will be the installing officer;
    presiding at ceremonies duringr
    which Mrs. Irving Rubinstein will
    become the new president. Dahlia
    and her accordion will be featured
    in the musical program to follow.
    ing Auto Leasing, Inc., officials Sol
    eel and Joe Nevel, who donated the
    used as a "Mobile City Hall" in last
    ler's effort to bring government closer
    people, were presented with a plaque
    :ognition of their participation. From
    left are City Commissioners Maurice A. Ferre
    and David T. Kennedy; Miami's Mayor
    Stephen P. Clark; Mr. Frankel, Mr. Nevel,
    Vice Mayor M. Athalie Range and City
    Commissioner Irwin G. Christie.
    ael-Centered Curriculum Urged
    Money-
    Management
    by John Cicr, Sr. Vice-Pres., County National Bank^ j
    HOW TO STRETCH YOUR SALARY TO COVER !.;.
    George sits at the kitchen table, wondering how he's going
    10 stretch his paycheck to cover the stack of bills staring back
    at him."Did you say your mother's birthday is next week?"h |
    calls to Marilyn.
    n! i mini from 1'age 1-A)
    to the .lews of Israel in
    I bonds of kinship, tying
    students more closely to
    im "|il- throufrhout the
    ml teaching modern He-
    [ s the living language of
    ewish people.
    L'50,000 scientific study to
    nine the residual effect
    bchnol attendance has on
    Otis practice, communal in-
    Tii nt and Jewish identity
    approved by the AAJK.
    Association'! newly-elected
    ent. Robert H. Arnow of
    Hale, NY., who also serves
    bsident of the Jewish Tele-
    bio Agency, declared. "Since
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    the Jewish day school is the
    most intensive type of school, it
    is plausible to assume that it is
    the most effective educational
    instrument although at present
    there is no objective scientific
    evidence to support this assump-
    tion. Therefore, it is in the best
    500-Mile Race On
    Closed-Circuit TV
    For the first time, the Memo-
    rial Day Indianapolis 300 will be
    shown this year in color on closed-
    circuit TV in Dadc County Audi-
    torium. The race will be brought '
    to local race fans by Music Corp. J
    of America, with Teleprompter '
    furnishing the technical equip- i
    ment.
    Roger Ward, two-time winner of |
    the race, will head a list of 25 j
    commentators keeping the fans in- i
    formed; 15 cameras have been j
    strategically placed around the
    24 mile track, enabling viewers
    to see the action in the pit area as
    well as the track.
    Only 33 out of more than 80
    entries will start the 500-mile
    grind. Among the entries is Bobby
    Johns of Miami, who finished 12th
    in last year's race. Another Mi-
    amian, Lindsey Hopkins, has four
    cars entered this year.
    Tickets are available on a first
    come, first served basis at all Fire-
    stone Stores and the Auditorium
    box office, or by calling Leon N.
    Dodd. promoter.
    interests of all those concerned
    with the day school parent,
    child and community to de-
    termine objectively the residual
    effect of such education as com-
    pared with part-time religious
    school instruction."
    Irving Stone, president of the
    National Commission on Torah
    Education, said he was con-
    vinced the study would show
    the remarkable success of the
    Jewish day school, and cited the
    achievement of the day school
    in the Cleveland area.
    The Association maintains a
    strict lxjlicy against receiving
    any funds from government
    sources, and the leaders at the
    meeting acknowledged that es-
    tablishment of a larger day
    school system would place a
    major financial burden upon the
    Jewish community.
    Mr. Arnow, who succeeded Is-
    adore Breslau of Washington,
    D.C.. as Association president,
    is the secretary of the United
    Jewish Appeal of Greater New
    York, a member of the UJA's
    rational Campaign Cabinet, and
    serves on the board of the Joint
    Distribution Committee. He also
    serves on the board of Temple
    Israel Center in White Plains.
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    to get that kind of money this
    month!"
    George's dilemma is nothing
    new. We've all experienced the
    problem of how to rrke ends
    meet without pulling the middle
    apart. Actually, budgeting is sim-
    ply a matter of planning how
    much you can spend, balanced
    against the amount you have com-
    ing in. Or in "banker's terms,"
    regulating your cash, outflow
    against your income.
    While that sounds easier than
    it is to accomplish, there are
    guidelines for spending on neces-
    sities versus what we'd, like to
    spend on luxuries.
    Here are a few sample budgets
    for different sized families and
    wage earners, as a guide. Bearing
    in mind that every situation is dif-
    ferent, the following figures are
    general, but come close enough to
    show you how it's done.
    For instance, say your Month-
    ly Income is $700, and there's
    just two of you. You'll have cer-
    tain known deductions; Federal
    Withholding Taxes, Social Secur-
    ity, etc., which makes your
    monthly Net Income, about
    570.00.
    ^ At this point, the first item
    you should plan for is your re-
    serve; Savings in bank accounts,
    life insurance premiums, principal
    on mortgage payments, invest- I
    ments, lot about $79.00 pet
    month. I
    Then your Food Bill; not only ,
    breakfasts and dinners, but also
    lunches, to total about $128.00
    per month. \
    Shelter, whether you rent or ;
    buy, including real estate taxes, i
    repairs, property improvement, j
    fire insurance, about $129.00.
    House Operation, separate
    from above, includes fuel, light,
    gas, telephone, and supplies such
    as linen, furniture, etc., for ap-
    proximately $60.00.
    Clothing, repair*, cleaning,
    pressing; $63.00 per month.
    Transportation; carfare, auto
    payments, insurance, repairs, ga,
    oil, depreciation on your car,
    about $50.00 per month.
    Last, but important to your
    life, is Social, which includes rec-
    reation, education, newspaper*,
    magazines, hobbies, memberships,
    and miscellaneous not covered
    otherwise; $61.00 per month.
    Other general examples, for
    different sized families:
    Month Income $1,000 $800 $900 '
    Family Size
    Federal Tax
    Soc. Security
    Net Income
    Saving! y1
    Food (
    Shelter
    House Oper,
    Clothing v
    Transport.,
    5
    325
    31
    844
    I 98
    394
    .196
    i 88
    \93
    ,78
    97
    4 3
    99 125
    31 31
    670 744
    79 96.
    163 156
    152 169
    70 78
    74 82
    ?SO 67
    72 96
    Social 4
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    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM MS PULPIT
    Man Must Also Count
    B\ : RABBI SAMI'KI. Z. .IAFFE wHh DUiapOae. Shavuos then is tht
    ' T.m,,le Beth Kl. Iloll, vvood fulfillment of Posach. Wo count-u,,
    On the Festival of nanunh,
    The count-doMa ;ts we have j ,ne lights are Increased each night
    corn* to know it. is a new ;*- inni R)\ ,Kht are kindled in the
    or..>n in the annals of dviltta- Monoruh We count-up so that the
    tiott We have became accustomed spiritual fervor grows, not dimi-
    tn -;t with bated breath, our eyaa nisr,es We |0 troni strength to
    clued to the T\ screens at we see ftrength
    and hear the numbers alewl] Hck
    away "10 9 & ... 2. 1. o. blast-1 Counting, especially in our tech- bouae, the house was identified by
    off!" Into'space soars the rocket nologica] ind computerized age. Is a badge or symbol placed on the
    with the astronauts, Its intrepid one of our major preoccupation* outside. Often this depicted the
    voj man to uncharted workhv Our modern dvinaaitoii is math i Ours i- i re- mat teal. It is baaed Ofll Counting. .'I the master Of the house. The
    Hgknu tradition Its tynibol is the number, the people of the house beeanaa known
    which also mathematical formula. Our id- by tins symbol which later came
    counts. Hut in nice, our economics, this whole to t* laed as their last name. Hie
    all instances we modem life w-iuid he impossible bouse occupied by the FtothecMtda
    do not count- without efficient counting Thus had a very simple n .1 shulil as its
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    B\ RABBI SAMfRL 4. FOX Hebraic Sounds which begins at A vetera
    2:30 p.nWU> brtrtR the SHttw*
    What H the origin of the name weekend Hebraic propamminu to
    RoMwehiWr
    There was a time when, instead
    ot affixing a number to one's
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    Field e fallow each seventh ,, a .
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    down, but count- the computer. When the computer
    ty up. 1 day, 2 days, bn ka down, everything comes to
    l .seek. .' a itandsdll.
    weeks, etc. We
    n with the
    lesser numb t
    and move to th.'
    higher. We In-
    Robbi aftte erease arithme-
    tically We are
    enjoined to
    count seven weeks forty-nii l!>~.
    between Passover and Shavuos
    Ve tin in this wi ck' Scriptual
    ling we are inst meted vou
    Thus tt* name Rothschild
    which means Red Shield''
    into being. A iifbai of
    family nan* i came into existence
    in tins way, for example, "Schlff,"
    i the family whoac badge was a
    t.i <| i our work our counting, hut .
    field
    The seventh year shall be
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    The irony of our aae li that we
    have devised Wonderful machines
    .1
    in th.' process we have forgotten
    that man ssso counts, that man
    must !> accounted for.
    We are so involved In th rigs ii
    numbers, that people hav< bee
    Unimportant Th- needs "1 the hu-
    man spirit are being ne| led. In
    all out mathenwtical
    at, and Schon" tor the family
    whose symbol was an OR.
    Nhv i th- lime fat i it in-
    the "Hheaam" in Us* morning
    limited tu the (Ii-nI quarter of the
    day?
    The Bible iDeut ry 6:7
    ' th it one lent.- the
    Shon when one
    The iss< ss (1 th
    i the conquest ol space saw. |ha| ^
    (1 the 111 m
    left out one vlt fad >r the hu-
    -I-,: We have fo
    man l hia mis ilcula-
    lion things kisl don't ndd up
    right. In all out counting ol dol-
    1 irs. possessions, and
    ments, then bi aomethina missing
    Sumbers haw not brought ua
    happiness or fulfillment.
    count seven 9a ibaths which ha\ brought us innumer-
    -. seven times seven years, ible creatui >rts and II
    cen forty-nine yeai I on Ihi est of -
    fiftieth you shall proclaim liberty threat ol total destruction wi havi
    throughout the in I it is the
    e year."
    The distinction in tins mathe-
    . al process un k racores our
    i iqUi spiritual approaoh to life.
    Judaism moves tram tower to ft
    high r level, from the physical
    plane to the spiritual, from the
    1" to the "we Our millennial
    history and rich tradition iv re-
    plete with illustrations of (he} v ,-eks'text reads "And you Shall
    count-up. ,.,,, ,,. y()U y lif(, j, lu
    The exoihis from Egypt com- he orderl; and organized, it must
    memoratas onl) the first stage of i' dune by counting Mathematics
    our forefathers' deMveranae from is important. Bui all youi count-
    bondage It was at Sinai, seven inc. should be related to "you",
    weeks later, when they received j that is to man. to th. I: i.
    the Toeah. that they berime tfulj of th. human personality and not
    free Paasdver marks their phyai- t.> his imbitky cal redemption which takes on must eounU We must take into
    new spiritual dimension when Is- consideration his disjnit) ind his
    rael was covenanted as .- holy individual worth "So t< k* u
    people It was the giving of the number our daya thai we ma)
    Law which invested their freedom as a heart of wisdom."
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    1 li thai man Is obi
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    during the I ime
    that p luallj ut> in th.'
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    -!' the .r-eisii>ii is not
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    acknowledge ti- asalittanor and
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    4 of South Florida's Leading Musicians In Beth Am Musical
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    Four of South Florida'! leading Carnegie Recital Hall. Stern baa
    musicians will combine their tal- been Associate Protestor of musici
    cnts for a "Musical Treason at the University of Miami since
    Chest" program at Tenjok Beth 1952 and is princioal viola of th|
    \m at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Cantor I Greater Miami Philharmonic Or-
    Michael Kyrr, baritone, concert oKeatra. Mereadal a native ol
    pianist Mlchele l.evan Katz, Cles- Cuba, has been on the University Chesl program. Ticket.for adult*
    -cal guitarist Juan Mereadal and .>f Miami faculty since 1985. He] will be available at the Temple
    is well known throughout l.atin before the performance.
    America as a virtuoso guitarist,
    and in this countr) he has conduct-
    ed seminars and made numerous
    solo recordings.
    Special student tickets are
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    Violisl Victor Stern will !* fcitur-' '
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    jjthan H. Darsky Dormitory, which was constructed
    IKfar Silver Agricultural High School maintained by
    c: Orqanization of America in Ashkelon, Israel,
    cently dedicated. The dormitory is named in honor
    imi Beach and Youngslown, Ohio, community
    1 Zionist worker, Nathan H. Darskv. ParticiDtt'nq
    dedication ceremonies are two students of Kfar
    d in the Tempers final present i-
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    Canto- Kvrr is the musical direc-
    tor at Temple Beth Am. During
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    the Interfaith Musicale, which
    ow is in its fourth year. Mrs.
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    waned sharply. He angagwd i" a
    vendetta with his hand-picked
    racceasor, former Premier Levi
    Kshkol. and In the past year he
    has been a bitter political oppo-
    nent of Premier Ootda Melr. He
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    public disapproval because of his
    opposition to coalition govern-
    ment policies.
    Mr. Ben-Gurion's efforts to
    form new political factions met
    with only modest success after
    he left office. In 1965 he quit
    Mapai, the Israel labor party he
    had helped found, and joined
    with Moshe i-t.win to form the
    Kali laciion. inane up mainly ol
    Mapai dissidi nts. The party re-
    mained small and following the
    June, 1967 Six-Daj War. It de-
    cided to join a coalition with
    Mapai and Achdut Avodah to
    form the present Israel Labor
    Party. Mr. Ben-Gurion refused
    to go along with the merger
    and foundi d a second new party
    the Slab' last, which had even
    less success than Kali at the
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    By France In I .N.
    Security Council
    i< ontiiniril from Viige 1)
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    Middle Easl peace. It was also
    pointed out that France now
    sides more frequently with the
    United States and Great Britain
    than with Russia in the Four
    p iv. .r m.. tings s. king agree-
    on a Mideast settlement.
    The Council meeting was ad-
    : mil without .i resolution re-
    rtedly pushed by the Arabs
    Soviet support being in-
    i: iduced. The resoluti m ^ -
    said to demand economic and
    .; j sanctions a ;ains1 ls-
    inwhile, II li in I
    li i : 'i. : N ired in
    li lion ram|. de-
    i. d in Milan thai thei
    n in the Mi I ll< I ast for
    i I wis gtal and a Pali s-
    tini in si
    .-.. is ol ting t: em-
    solves i":' the Uniti .1 Na1
    lacking the .'.l t>> promoti
    ct or indirect negotiatii
    M.ii the conflicting parties.
    The Increasing Soviet military
    1'i.s. ncc in Elgypl and the Med-
    iterranean Sea, he warti'.!. M is
    dragging the Middle East con-
    into tl' orbit >-t Big Power
    sis
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    +Je*Utncridiciri
    Page 13-A
    WL I II
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    Slliilliier Program Actress Injured In El Al Attack Returns To Israel
    For Club Members
    Nat Friedman, past president of
    the ICO Lincoln Road Men's Club,
    hii-; arranged a Summer program
    for its members and that of the
    Women's Club, with the assistance
    if president Diana Schwartz and
    her co-worker Marion Kiviat.
    Included is a boat trip to Free-
    porl \etiioh leaVes 100 Lincoln at1
    I p.m. Thursday June 11 and re-
    turns -Sunday afternoon June 14.
    Till- four-/:;'.;, excursion includes a
    three night stay at the new Kink's
    Inn at Freport with meals and
    entertainment.
    A -o on the program are movies,
    book reviews >! inces and "tini
    .. th m ] ers in the
    ;. Mr. Friedman, nti -
    , i. ind ins com-
    mit'
    i S to-
    ward Si 1 C esidents,
    JKRUSALKM (WNSl-Hanna
    Maron, one of Israel's favorite
    actresses, returned to Israel in
    time for the celebration of the
    22nd anniversary of its indepen-
    dence.
    Miss Maron had spent three
    months in a Munich hospital re-
    covering from injuries suffered
    in the Arab terrorist attack on
    El Al passengers at Munich Air-
    port. The actress, who has now
    been fitted with an artificial leg.
    said she would be returning to
    the stage.
    [Suchman, outgoing president of Temple Ner Tamid
    Club, is shown receiving a Ncr Tamid President's
    i horn incoming Men's Cub president, Sidney Schwarn.
    )i Berel Wein Is Guest Speaker
    Bore! Wein. spiritual
    Beth Israel Congrega-
    imi Beach, will be the
    fenker at th.' first public
    nil tine of Yeshiva Day
    the auditorium of the
    ki NE 171st St.. at 8:30
    ..... living Seidel. presi-
    i th Dado's first Hebrew
    . has announced. Rabbi
    faplan of Sky I-ake Syna-
    unt Rabbi Naftali Porush
    Israel <.t Greater Miami
    address the gathering.
    A ->. rial panel of educators and
    lay leaders will be on hand to
    pnAi.ii information on the newly-
    established school which will open
    next September with a fully-
    iccredited Hebrew and general
    studies program for nursery, kin-1-----
    dergartt n and lementary gradi >.
    Mrs. Sol Kalchman, vice presi-
    dent of Yeshiva Day School Wom-
    i ,-n. is serving as chairman of the
    meeting, sponsored jointly by her
    irganization and the school.
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    program and information en leg-
    ist rat ion may also be obtained by
    ailing the school.
    Fiehing Tournament Set
    U.S. Rep. Dante 1 I" cal
    toi C irles Gott-
    lieb i. thai 'lie first
    annual Dante Fascell Memorial
    Day Fishing Tournament will be
    . May :;o. ';":>. event
    will i idi an opportunity for
    his in i'.i'.s to make a financial
    contribution to his campaign fund.
    J.m Dooley ha.- agreed i>> serve as
    Commodore <.f the tournament.
    the entry contributions of which
    will go into the Congressman's
    campaign fund after expenses arc
    deducted.
    tMined From Page 4-A
    have regularly done
    against the Texas Demo-
    stablishment's conserva-
    ilars than against liber-
    John Tower, for ex-
    got his seat by beating
    h-conservativc and prov-
    es vote-getterWaggoner
    Bush himself also won his
    eat against an arch-con-
    t/c. Furthermore, rule-or-
    seoms to be the gener-
    | of the hberal wing of the
    ratic Party. In conse-
    former Yarborough sup-
    are already coming over
    in droves.
    )hio, finally, the White
    was ostentatiously neu-
    i the contest for the Repu-
    Senate nomination be-
    ov. James A. Rhodes and
    abort A. Taft Jr. Yet one
    certain that Taft. with
    iromise for the Republic-
    lure, was privately prefer-
    i the President. Meanwhile,
    bteworthy that the White
    moved swiftly to bind up
    r iry contest's wounds
    ErinR GoV, Rhodes an inl-
    and interesting future
    tting is therefore very
    le organiza-
    i import mt in Onto, will
    in behind Taft with I
    mcy, if ii"t enthusiasm.
    t happens, in turn, Rep.
    iuia do very well against
    nocratlC nominee, Howard
    nhaum; for the Ohio mood
    Jrted to be conservatAe
    ar.
    it up: a good chance to
    two former liberal
    Tatic seats in the Senate,
    good chance to go into
    72 contest with no worries
    George Wallace. Among
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    it he is doing very badly.
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    +Jmi*t>fkr*M9rr
    Frid.
    Commentary
    by JACK SIEGE1
    !;y
    You Don't Have To Be Jewish
    L\st WEEK Moshe Dayan stated thai larael k
    readj I i reestablish an unconditional arid un-
    , ten ii thta will .nab:.- Egypt lo
    in i put up SA W ire
    uil.i ''us b cause we sincerely want a
    I.. :: (k added, "because it would end the war
    rrldoi '' some kind ol an airange-
    lit."
    ail st. p feu- a man, bul could u a
    anknd. as things are In the world, it
    would Ik- ix st it Israel could dlsengagi from Its
    military situation. Mr Nixon's move into Cambodia,
    nsuing dissent here, among students and law-
    makers 1* well, emphasizes the general distaste for
    war. It would seem thai Israel nmrht well isolate
    its. || from the tenor and torture of war leal it be
    i\. n more associated with the military as s way <>f
    life and as a solution to problems.
    In the United States, with a nationwide studenl
    strike looming, with the young taking an adamant
    stand against the Indochina war. it is conceivabji
    that this passion and these sentiments can begin
    to spin over towards Israel. Whatever justice there
    ;s in Israel's cause, and thr.-e years ago there was
    little doubt about it. is under attaek now The
    militant blacks in the United States, who se< m to
    t the tour for wrhatever violent confrontation
    young writes an willing to meet, are taking a sharp
    stand against Israi l. In strong distati for the action
    of Mr. NiXon in Indoehina. the stud, tit community
    is likely M co against an> support he might want
    to give Israel.
    Gen. Dayan's statement is not an isolated one.
    nor was it said with a parochial view in mind. The
    Israi Ms as well a., the Ann rieans. Aral* and Rus-
    sians function in a universal context Dayan's move
    must have come as a n suit of deliberations on the
    international scene. It is also Interesting to noti
    that he did not < tpint. manliness with violence, 01
    rationalize an unjust movi as avoiding humiliation,
    as Mr Nixon did. You don't have to Ix- Jewish to
    appn ciati t;. n, 1 layan's off. r, but it h. ii* not that

    book Rimw
    By Seymour B. Liebmon
    we recommend conversion for Mr Nixon, the only
    Quaki 1 n record tor war.
    c, n Dayan's wllHngness t,. live with potential
    SAM I missifc sites in Eggpt \/k eajuiYak'Ot JU> li\m-
    with w lat Mi Nixon called sanctuaries" in Cam-
    Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SAIPETER
    .4 WiseOr Not So

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    fttE IMACE Of* tb. Jewish mother
    * us distorted by that "feeder of fod-
    der I. t hi- drooling anti-S, mites.'* which
    was Gershom Scholem's charactertra*
    tion of the lik Portnoy's Complaint."
    has been cracked, if not shattered, by
    the survey an.1, interviews conducted by
    1 ;w. n Gibson Schwartz and Barbara
    Wyden, the authors ..f The J.wish Wife
    tPetci 11. Wydtn, inc. M.95). Eminent journalists, both
    are Christians wi'h Jewish husbands.
    In pre-Portnoy i;*'.".. the authors embarked on a stir-
    vej to >iis -over what differentiated -ik Jewish women
    from their non-Jewish neighbors. Tiny selected persu
    to Ik- interviewed at random from upper middle-class
    re -odints of four primary urban anas inhabited by man)
    Jews, and interviewed 50 women in person. The orii
    research was mad. by Alfred Poltiz Research, lac
    It is ditfifult to draw conclusions from thi u findings,
    since the flgarei have not been compiled hi any organized
    fashion, and interprttation is not aoaafMe because the
    1. suits are fragmentary, and do no! constitute .. serious
    01 ere.iibl. study. For instance, we find it difficult to
    accent as "typical" J.wish housewives exemplified by
    Los Angeles suburbanite' whose family owns four cars;
    nor can ur accept suburbanites living in I/mg Island or
    Wi stehi st, 1 as the norm. The hook consists ol dialogue
    in the form ol interviews, with "statistics" interspersed.
    Ain-nt the non-Jewish authors, one should note the
    rec.-nt comment ol Dt 'larshall Sklare. the noted soci-
    ologist. "Intermaniage has reached large-scale propor-
    tions throughout the country," he declared, and among
    the upper and middle-class American Jews, the feelli
    that intermarriagi is the inevitable wave of the future.
    Tin re is n 1 surplus Jewish population to cushion the im-
    pact of mixed marriages," he warned, ". and the odds
    illm that the children if the union will remain within
    the Jewish fold."
    Robert Katz" Stack sai.i.ath (MacmiUan Co., 17.951
    is more than just another horror story to Ix- add..I to
    holocaust literature H details the way more than i.nno
    Jews wen 'akin from their homes in Rome. Italy, on
    Oct. 16, 194 '. and a nt to Auschwitz, from which onlj IS
    lurvlved. He challenges the version ol the Na 1 assault
    on Jewry offered by apolgists such as Hannah
    Arendt, and pi evidence the Jewish leaders cooper-
    ati d with the (' rmans in ..:i effott to aavi tl Ir people.
    The autboi 'a rest arch in Italy, d, Iving into all kinds ol
    primar) materal and original records, nero
    mteia 1. wa with Oi .1 I bra ol
    authenticity He diacuasfs the role of Pope Plus XII. but
    maki in sii. rue; he i, v als in-
    formation concerning such individuals as the form, 1 1
    Rabbi Zolli of Ri vays in wMch the
    Italian Jewish oommunil differed from th.....,1 Poland
    and Eastern 1 But the final chapter, in which Katz
    flays out n all directons, leaving none unscathed, will till
    many Jews with constei nation. His thesis is novel one,
    ami in direct contradiction to other accounts of tin holo
    eaust, but We" will not reveal how he sustains it.
    Wise
    Decision
    SKAKI/S DECISION to IVOkl
    engaging the SoAiat-pBdted
    Mlt.s that now patrol part* of
    Egypt was a wise one if Moscow
    is int. rested in preventing direct
    s..\let-Israel armed confrontation.
    If it is not the decision ma) turn
    out to l>e .1 regrettable mistake
    act rdlng to local and foreign
    umcntmg privately on Gen. Dayarra
    statement that h. "hopes there will !>> kind ol
    coexistence" with the Soviets m thi skies of Egypt
    Gen Dayan's statement, made a few days before
    it was disclosed that Soviet pilots wen frying opcr-
    t 1 al missions over big Egyptian cities, was set n
    a., a refer, nee to the positioning of SAM .'. mlsstlc
    bases with Soviet crewa as much as to th< use of
    Soviet pilots Mrs Meir and other officiate warned
    the Russians, however, that larael would have no
    choici if Soviet-manned planes or natealk bates w re
    us, ,1 to interfere with Israeli operations in the Sues
    Canal area, Which forms the ccaae fire line between
    brat 1 and Egypt
    Last year, Preakienl Nasser tried to us.- his
    Sovk't-suppbX heavy artillery IB break Israel's de-
    fense lines on the eaatern sbon ol th.- canal. The
    attempt was foiled l>> the Israeli An Force, which
    ivimliard.il the Egyptli n artillery positions, radar
    and supply routes daily. Should Russian pilots try
    to prevent such bombardment, Mis Meir said in
    effect, Israeli pilots would have to shoot their waj
    through.
    Gen Dayan's statement- on the one hand, and
    Mrs. Mi us warning on the other, actually divide!
    Egypt Into three anas- the first, under Soviet pro-
    tection, is deep inside the country and includes the
    Aswan Dam, Cairo, and Alexandria in the north.
    Israi 1 is to keep away, or al Last not carry out an)
    a. rial attacks The s. end. the land tw.. n Ar. I 1
    and Art a ',. which is the eastern shore of the Su. /
    ("anal and land immediately adla.. nt may n.wv lie
    Considered to l- Area2; where Israel will continue
    as before and the Russians had better keep away
    This could work tolerably well, if the Russians
    .., willing to abide by the rules, and never stray
    out ( \i 1 1 Bui Area2 contains some important
    Egyptian bases supporting the actual fighting in
    Aii a 1 along the canal, and Israi Ii planes raid I hi s.
    has. s from time to time as part of their action
    inst Egyptian heavy artillery. If the Egyptians
    ask Russia to extend then air umbrella ov.i An | J.
    would th<- Russians rejeel such a rrtfuest?
    II th. y complied. Isiael would either hive to
    concede Area2 t,, Egypt, or nsk shooting it out
    with Russian pildta. If Israel pulls her plane! ..way
    from Area2 to a\oi.i a eoofrdntation, it is certain
    that the Russian! would move ahead als.. to Aren't
    FurtHi r < scalHtmn ran be prevented only by two-
    fold action: larael must prove thai she will, in fact,
    shoot at Russians in Area 2, and America must
    wain the Soviets that sending planes to ii* combat
    ana will i* considered direct armed Intervention
    agaii it 1st 11 1 and Mos.ow will !>< held directly re-
    s|Kiiisil,|e for the eniiseinii nces of silell action
    . But It Hel,
    bodia Thi 1 1
    thi othi 1 ;- na,oi I
    BUI .1 Is:.,,] ,s u,

    :. is not
    kkbM
    a pilnciple.
    teatb/n*.
    -.......""- 2*f
    Israel Newsletter
    The Russian Cj
    JOf -KKtT -
    Oil-' 1
    T '' -' haost
    >''" B Mc
    v T.yaaanl
    11 ions. I am t^J
    ii ,
    We an
    ' -HXY
    ^n the Mid,II. 1 si i:i<. i^j; Americans, not the Isi n ;- -a\, t^., !aaj
    what w. an up to. I 1. ml that 1 -y
    statements and takini -.vturh cuiSxti
    otln r. It ...Ids to thi ixinl .sion.
    The SAM-1 missili sit .
    Said, Alexandria High Dm.
    placi s which Get Dayan as puMirly aaH
    Ki 1, i-s bombing tarpts H nrssagi m
    us. They obvious \ A.e.t US notr (iffd/d
    an) mon than w
    Tin Egyptian militarj !n. -rar.-hy istntowj
    Ingl) rcatk'si Thcii wl isten front latj
    pounding from Israi Ii jets nd the] raaBaH
    ally assuming control really impaaasi
    th' home (r..nt I recommend we pubDnyi
    eoiifidenc. in Pn si I. nt S'as* 1 by pninusiesi
    mentt; an aerial display uf Rtissian-|
    \\'i st. rn Egypt, and .. |iarad*< ol th, .i:t:tr '.'
    .,1 ma.ta at Alexandria to
    1 further recommend Hint r. rtmn ships al
    from tbe Mediterranean >m and secrrtlj
    south, in Africa Into th. India-. (V.n. If a
    lis.i even a bmporary fuelling station mitt
    C>ast. w. can even sail Into tb RedSatttfl
    whoi. world Beat ol .ill It would sen
    thai w. arc on tiw wa> to pstabHshiai
    south. 1 n Asia th. I "
    movement agalnal China will l obvl
    w. should contD
    for a genuine cease-fii hiia wtwld not 1
    pn sailn on tfasai 1 wl W'*J
    ol his si li-d.,lai.d wai : ittril n. but alsukal
    reopening "f Ibt Sw
    : lano to us than 1
    We need 1
    anvthmg ik-sp rati Th. 1
    . ; R nsian J- wry I th J
    ol additional > *it i- rmits 1
    t.. rrrdgrat- to Israi I it d. without pdiogf
    ,1 1 ail for th, 1st < -
    Abovt all is. tally w*
    phyak-al entanul-mcnt \\\->
    . : 1: laaiarui 1 w 1- ;
    fixm Israels larg. ts 1: ,
    low.d to ik MlOs in act
    afford to gi-1 bogged ia *i 1 it""*1*
    stupid Ana rieans' dkl In
    In sui nary, my rei
    Na-s. 1 uhokescn
    and feint k
    And..,;, ,:,>.,. 1 : '2
    rvady ta right for t
    i yutiah!
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Year Of The Alphabet -
    in: nn-.KKW alphah t has 22
    I. It. i s Isi a. I is now m.u k-
    iinp us 22nd annivi raar) ao this
    I is thi yeai ol the alphabet
    The Sinai peninsula arhert the
    Ifiyhtini: eontinui s, is aaki lo i-
    [the birthplace "t most ,,f the
    world's alphabeta the Greek and
    'Human, from which the English
    alp! derivi d, u well u the H brew And
    the EnglUh word alphabet is obvioual) kin lo Ihe
    ii. in. w aleph ixth.
    Th. ii. 'new myatiea M the lettt ol th
    phai.t constitute the soul of the universe An old
    Yiddish ion i (oca like th
    ll thi- |irl|.i. Iiim U burns | lire .mil the BWWM
    is kaaaa,
    \ii.i th.- r.tii tiaelMa tbfe little rtJldraa th.-
    aleph Im-jss
    'lb.- i bj trudged to every man's home t,> t< i I
    -,
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    th. SOU,,-.-, -s I It j
    but h. hlms........nd l difficult M ^
    n il logethi i Pix^fl
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    . .he soul Th ) i
    real *
    Glmel. camel 1
    Qlmi i. camel Dak-
    ,l in diivini an i i
    .:. ,,;; s In '- -
    ancient life llx intlk*!
    and ox Tbe> planted ,,**'
    ol th. remaining lettet s
    Y..I means hand a,-
    '"h moath- .....ih-thcletter
    He WOUl.1
    ...,i. letter that dkl
    rew irded when
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    ten the cn-ation ... th y^aJJ
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    22 1970
    *hlstrhrMiw
    Page 15- A
    rics UNDER
    lOUi NAME LAW
    | HKRBBt OIVBN lh:i
    leslring i" engage "
    ruiiiioUH name o
    i,.si. r.oh SI., It;i>
    . :::: 1 r.4 Intend to
    . v itii the Clark '(
    Dude County,
    ITSCHAPFBR
    !l rsi HAFFHK.
    fe
    w
    lilt
    :, :::" <: '. r:
    IT = UNDER
    ri0jS NAME LAW
    IKI'.Y GIVEN that
    firing to engag
    .. iltlotu name ol
    Ii ss mikri it: ii F-
    W '.it\ Si Hin-
    ..r said narai'
    Circuit Conn
    I rla
    tVRERA
    ;. ::-:: B-XS
    Mm
    no--s

    _NDER
    NAME LAW
    lEilY GIVEN that
    .trtng i" engage in
    fictitious num.- o(
    . BNIL I.ATLNO-
    wio s.vv. 7-: at
    i- t.. register said
    .-rk nf (he Circuit
    -;:ilv. Florida.
    ItBJARANO
    5 88-89 "-1-
    TiCe UNDER
    IOU NAME LAW
    HEREBY tilVBN that
    .i i drilling to engage In
    er *he fictitious name of i
    , VND PROFESSIONAL
    |RP< (RATION at HIT ,
    lilt Miami. Fla. Intends
    I name with the Clerk
    ii urt i>f Pade County,
    I, and PROFESSIONAL
    IS oHPoRATION
    ' i v:.SAIl, Secretary
    s n-ta /5-u
    IARV CERTIFICATE OF
    1ATE DISSOLUTION
    . NAME AND BY THE
    |TY OF THE STATE OF
    FLORIDA
    VHOM THESE PRE-
    i.l. COME ORBagTlNOS: !
    BR1C I.BKF. Miami
    a. JACK A.NKC8. Miami
    Ida JUAN VVIIITrTCNK.
    Florida did on the 7(h '
    Imber, All 1161 cause to ]
    << under the laws of
    Florida NOB CORP. a!
    vith itfi nrinripal place I
    MIAMI BEACH, DADK
    he State of Florida, and
    rt corporation did on the
    las A P I'.'TO. cause to
    |the offloa Of the IHpart-
    . of the State of Flo-
    Umentary authority re-
    flection 101 L'7. Florida
    .; the dissolution of
    th. Secretary of
    fi t,. tic for--
    . t h>- i- satisfied tha'
    Is of the law hav. he, ii
    --' WHEREOF, I have
    hand a id have af-
    Seal nf the Btate of
    the C ipH -I
    l.i NTH day of MAY
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICtf
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    No. 70-6833
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    WILLIAM .1. Ill'RKS,
    Plaintiff,
    Vs.
    ANNETTE M BURKS,
    Defendant,
    Tl i ANNETTE II BERKS
    B392 Mt. AM fan
    San Diego, California
    You, ANNETTK ll BURKS, are
    hereb.v notified thai .1 Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has bean filed
    agalnsl you, and you are required In
    nerve a enpj <.i yout Answer <>r Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II
    BURNS ESQUIRE, :.."".> IJneoln Road,
    Miami 1:.... h. Florida 3S1S9 at .1 file
    tin- original Answer or Pleading In
    the office of 'he Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit I'.tnt on or before tin 27th da)
    of May, 1970. If you fail to do
    judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Pill of Complaint
    TliK notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeka
    in THK JEWISH PLORIDIAN
    DONE AND iiHPI-'.UBP at Miami.
    Florida, this 16th day of April A D,
    E, B. LEATHERMAN, Plerk
    circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida
    By: I. SNEEPEN
    11, puty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQUIRE
    '".',.. Lincoln Road.
    Miami Beach, Florida
    Attornt) for Plaintiff
    4 24 5 1-8-15
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-7593
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    INBS Rl'ZZO,
    Plaintiff,
    \ 1
    AT.BKRT A RUZZO,
    Defendant.
    TO: ALBERT \ KUZZi 1
    A North Wit el
    Chicago, III11 -
    You, AIJJBRT A I'l/./.' 1. are here-
    by notified thai .. Bill "i Complaint
    for Divorce has bi filed against
    you, and you art requ rod to serve a
    enp> nf yout Vns r or Pleading t<>
    Ihi BUI '.' 'ompln 111 .n the Plaln-
    tit; s atl 11 ni y, Oi H.DMAN, Gl >LD-
    STHIN A PACZIER, 2401 West
    Flagler Street, Miami, Florida and
    file the original Answer or Pleading in
    the offli e of tlu Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before tlu- 1st da) of
    June. 1970. If vu fail 10 do so, Judg-
    ment bj default .>ili be taken against
    you for the rellel demanded in the
    Bill of Complaint
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for lour consecutive weeks
    In THK JEWISH KI/'I'.IIUAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this 88th day of April, AD.
    1970,
    E H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Pad- County, Florida
    By: c <:"i 'I 'MAN
    PepUtV Clerk
    II IrcUlt I 'ourt Seal 1
    Hi 11,UMAX. GOLDSTEIN
    & PACZIER
    24iH West Flagler Street
    Miami. Flu 33136
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    5 1-8-15-2!
    N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 83163
    JOHN R. BLANTON
    IN RE: Estate of
    RHODA H LEUCHTAQ
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is hereby given that 1
    have filed my Final Report and Pe-
    tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
    charge as Administrator. I'T A .
    PUN of the estate of RHODA H
    LEUCHTAQ, deoeasedt and that on
    the ith da) of June. 1970, will apply
    to the Honorable County Judges of
    Pa.de County. Florida, for approval
    of said Final Report and for distribu-
    tion and final Discharge aa the Ad-
    ministrator, C.T.A., DUN. of the
    estate of the above-named iecedi I
    This 28th day of April, 197
    s< SIDNEY A LAND
    MYERS, KAPLAN. I'liKTF.K
    I RVINSON .< K EMN
    Bj El'W IN M aiN8BUR(l
    Ai tun >
    1150 R W First Street
    Miami, Florida 33130
    :, 15-28-29 6
    'I s'
    irj f State
    5 ::
    E OF ACTION
    [P-CUIT COURT OF THE
    H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    "IDA IN AND FOR
    . NTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No '0-3826
    " FOR DIVORCE
    I..
    11 111 known
    -Tl 1 are heieby notified
    1' mplalnl for Divorce !
    1 against you. and you
    o serve a copy of your
    le idn to the inn of |
    th Plaintiff's attorney.
    I nk.y. ESQ. 420 Lincoln '
    B sach, Florida and file
    Answer or Plegjdlng In
    lerk of the Circuit
    before the 2Hth day of
    you ful to do so. ]udg-
    ult will be takea against
    demanded in the
    hunt
    be published once
    fur '.ur consecutive weeks
    ' 's.i FtXMtlDIAN
    Cp l)R| >EKED at Miami
    s I'.th dgy of .May A P
    .MAN. Clerk.
    in .....1 'ounp Florida
    1 SNBKi>KN
    p.mr 1 -lei-ii
    Si .
    I
    I'la I '
    ". 28 29 8 5-12
    COUNT'. JUDGES COURT
    FOR DADE COUNTY.
    )RIOA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1863
    >RGE T. CLARK
    ate of
    II W. PKKKBY
    TICE TO CREDITORS
    Hitors and All Persons Hav-
    or Demands Against Saul
    hereby notified and requ(r-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \, iTICE IS HEREBY HIV EN thai
    th. tin.! : .t 111 d .i. Hiring b nKiige In
    ,,!, .- Undi r tlv fit lltlous name ..f
    : IN kMBRICAX FEDBRATION (>F
    COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWN-
    KHS INC al il Congres* Bldg.
    M ,: i: Florl la Ii ndf to n gist" I
    name with th< Cli rk nf the i In u
    1 .. n Pol. ''ounty. Florida
    LATINAMKRICAN FEDEH \ 1
    < (F it IMMERCIAI.
    PRI PKK'I'V OWNERS IN*'.
    1:. (ni \N1'\ PEREZ,
    Se, rel
    .. 22 28
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1697
    In RE: Kstat, 01 .....
    g \.\ill.l. ABRAHAM 8CHI-AZBR
    1.. Cl ItSl 'I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons H |V"
    ini; Claims or Demands Against Said
    You are h.r.i.y notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and d<
    which you may have against the es-
    t,,.....-' SAMUEL ABRAHAM S H-
    I \/.KIi deceased late of Dajle^Coun
    tv Florida, to th. Count} Judges at
    Dads County, and flu- the same in
    ilUPh. ale and as provided in s.
    :; 1* I'lor da Statutes, in their 1 .-
    in the County fourth, us.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-8372
    ACTION FOR DIVORCE
    DIETER H TIPI'E
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MARIE tVHAOAN TIPPE
    Defendant.
    TO: MARIE (VHAOAN TIPPE
    42 Abbott Avenue
    Ocean Orove, New Jersey
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    tnat an action for Divorce has been
    filed uguinst you, and you are requir-
    ed to serve a ropy of your written
    debuses, if any, to It on TAI.I.W-
    OFF & WALLER, attorneys for plain-
    tiff, whpse address is 42" Lin, .Hi
    Road, 'i.imi Beach. Florid:' and file
    the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before 17
    June. 1970; otherwise a Judgment
    may be entered against you tor
    ! the relief demanded in the complaint
    .r petition.
    This noti.e shall be published once
    each week for 'our consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FIjORTDJAN
    , WITNESS my hand and the -..!
    I of said curt at Miami. Florida on
    1 (his 'th day of May. 197 I
    F B LEATHERMAN.
    \- Clerk, Circuit Court
    I >ade 1 'ount v. Florida
    B) L. SNEEDBN
    As Deputy Clerk
    . nit Court Seal 1
    TALIANl >FF >v \\ VI I.Ei:
    4_'.i Ij- ..ii. "... ,0.
    n [tea. Flo Idi '
    At tornej s foi I 'la intifl
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    No. 70-6813
    NATHAN BROWN,
    Plaintiff,
    ELEANOR BROWN,
    I lefendant.
    TO: ELEANOR BROWN
    434j Broadway
    Island Park,
    Nassau County. New York
    You. ELEANOR BROWN, are here-
    by notified that a Bill of Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed against
    you. and you are required to serve a
    copy of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
    attorney, WILLIAM I QOLDWORN,
    P.O. Bos 126, Miami. Florida 3314:,
    and file the original Answer or Plead-
    ing in the office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the 2iith
    day of May, 1970, If you fail to do
    so. Judgment by default will be taken
    against youl ror the relief demanded
    in the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN
    DONE AND ORPEREP at Miami.
    Florida, this 16th day of April A. P.
    1970.
    E P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Pad,- County, Florida
    By: C P. COPELAND
    Deput) Clerk
    (Cln ult Court Seal)
    WILLIAM .1 in H 1 (WORN
    AND ASSOCIATES, PA
    V. I .} lor Plaintiff
    PO Box 126
    169 Coral Way. Suite :!""
    Miami, Florida, 83146 ..... ,-
    NOTICE UNDfcrt
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of HIALBAH COIN LAUNDRIES at
    47 Hlaleah Drive and 1398 Palm
    Avenue. Hlaleah, Fla intend to re-
    gister said names with the ('lerk of
    the t'ircult Court of Pade County,
    Florida
    E STANTON RYON
    HELEN 1. RYON
    JOSEPH H via. ;
    Attorney for
    E. STANTi IN RY< N
    HELEN I. RYON
    - -ir,-22-2
    d
    fl
    Dadi County, Florida, within gix
    calendar months from thi tlm(
    the first publication here.:, or the
    Mill'.' vvill be barred
    Dated M Miami, Florida, tin
    MICHAEL srHI.A/.l-.R
    DAVID 8CHLAZER
    As Executor-
    Fi--- publication of this not!.-
    the tth day of Ma> 1970
    UIONOVITZ, SI1 VER BOOl H
    lt> MAX IC SILVER
    Attorni v for Bx< 1 utors
    ...w Alnsle) Bldg Miami. 1
    30th
    on
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1285
    RE Estat< "f
    Kl I'UN'CH II i-.uTTI.IEi:
    I v. c. ised
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    |\. \l! Creditors and All Person- II..'.
    Ing Claims or Demands Against S
    1 Estate;
    Vow ..re hereby notified and requir-
    1 to pr.sen: any claims and d.'-
    i ir.ands which you may have against
    . .-.,... ,,: ELEANOR H OtVl
    I TLIEP deceased la.....1 Pad.- (..oui -
    i plorida to the County Judges
    pade County, and file the sami
    duplicate and as provided in Beet
    7 .; 16, Florida Statutes, in their
    flees rn the Count} Courthouse
    Dnd< County, Plorida. within sis
    . alendar months from the time of
    Ihi first publication here,.-, or the
    .aine vvill be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this -' I
    ,1.....1 April, a !> I97n
    ROSE W BINBERGER
    A- Biecutrix
    I'lrst publication of this
    th.- l.-.th day of May, l7i
    MAI.i'-H.M I' FRIEDMAN
    Attorney for Execu 1
    :. s E i-'ii -' Stn et,
    M ami, Florida
    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
    S El ~si N M ARTIN I".'..
    tiff,
    \ -
    MARIA CAMUNAS MARTIN
    Defel
    TO: Marls 'amui .- Mat Hi
    4"-17 iSO S
    rk
    You^laAR^'^AMUNAS MARTIN-I .',
    EZ, are her.-bv notified tl


    g-16-22-89
    I,"
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGVS COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTN
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1110
    I'll RE E-tat. o]
    harry myers
    "' 'notice to cred.tors
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    pemands Agalnsl w 10
    Ing C aims
    !:- e
    You at '
    r.bv
    :.,! requir-
    iaim- ai demands
    1 in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1714
    (John R. Blanton)
    ' In RE: Bslata ol
    MARVIN s PACKER
    ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Peons Hav-
    i 'g Claims or DMUands Against sa.nl
    You ire hereby notified anl requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the
    EZ .
    if Complain I for Dlvon h is In 1
    :.,. .1 on...- st you, and you are n
    -.1 to serve a copy of your Answei
    ,.r Pleading to the Bill of Con
    or the Plaintiffs attorney. MAX A
    (lOLDFARB. Room ii 1 Bus 11} ne
    , 1 |dl 1 Mi itni. Florida I31S0 and
    . (h original Answer or Pleading
    In the office of the clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court on or before the ." da)
    I May, 1970. If vu fall to do s... Judg-
    . 1 default will be taki r agalnsl
    you for the relief demanded In the
    ' i'.ill of Complaint,
    This notice shall be publish.-.I ni
    w.ek for four consecutive weeks
    THE JEWISH Fli'KIPlAN
    POM-; AND ORDERED al Miami,
    I Florida, this 28rd day of April A.D
    E B LEATHERMAN '
    u 1 'ourt. Dude Count} 1
    MARC.CERITE KEN '
    Deputy *'l' rk
    . C lUrl Seal
    .' ,\ \ lOLDFARB
    .r Plaint it
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA IN PIOBATE
    No. 70-839
    IN RE: E'a'e of
    ISRE1. JANOWITZ
    a k a IRVING YANOWITZ
    1 >.m eased
    To Ml Creditors And All Person- Hav-
    ing Claims Or IVmands Agaipst Said
    You are hereby notified and seaulr-
    ,.,| 10 pre-, al "> claims and demands
    which >ou may have against the es-
    tate of ISRBli jANowrrj k i
    NOT.CE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-8472
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    STANI.E\ SA1 L VII Tl >H
    Plaintiff,
    LENA CAR! "LINE \ ICTi 'R.
    Defends
    Ti I: I EVA CAR" 'I SE \ "OR
    791 J : irive
    Clai ni' : 1 law an '' "'^ ^
    You, LENA CAROLINE VICTOR.
    ar. hi rebj I of Com-
    plaint for I '..... filed
    against you, and 11 in -..mired to
    serv.* a oop) ol .. Oiswei r 1'lead-
    iug to the 11 1 on (ho
    piah : BttOl I'AI'L KW'IT-
    NEY. ES*J 120 I. Miami
    Beach. Florida 1 I l
    \ 1 he office Of
    1!.. :. of (hi 1 an' on
    llh ilai f June 1970.
    If you fall to do so, by de-
    fault 1 >"U for
    11..... the Hill of
    Comnli
    e shall he I uhlish) nncn
    each week lor fi-ur eonsi utive weeka
    in THE JEM ISH FI 'I' 'HAN
    I11AI: AND ORI ERE1' Miami,
    i- lay ol May a.P.
    1970
    i: i: LEATHERMAN Cl
    1' ,,-i url : 1 anty, Florida
    B) I. SNEE1 lEN
    ivpui "lcrk
    1 urt Si
    P VI. KM S'El
    '.
    Ida
    -22-2JI s
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    Case No. 70-8-J81
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LOTTIE MAE BARR,
    Plall til
    V -
    \\ ILLIB BARR k a
    WH.L1E BRoVi N
    Defend.i
    TO: WIJ I :
    will E BROWN
    Resiil I'nkt
    VOX', w 11 LIE It \Kl: WIL-
    LIE BR( '.'. "' at hi rebj 1
    that a '' ... 1 for Dl> has
    i.-. 1 filed ... n u ai you are
    required |o servi of y..ur
    Ansu ei or Pleading ti I
    for Dlvon 1
    RONAIjD I DAVIS, l".Si; P A 417
    19 \\ Flagler
    Mian Phone:
    . 1 .. nil 'i Iginal A -^ er
    Pli n the offli.....f the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on or before
    the 12th da} of June, 1970, If you fail
    to .1" so, Judgmeut bj default will be
    taken agalnsl you for the rellel de-
    manded in 'he Complaint for Plvorce.
    this NOTICE shall be published
    once each wi foi four 14 > consecu-
    tive weeks the Jewish FLO-
    RIPI \N
    n'NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    1 rids this nth das ol May, 1970.
    E B i EATHBRsfAN 1
    Cfrcuil 1 11
    I I F a- I 1
    M VROf?E! : SNT
    D Court Saall
    B 15- 19 8/1!
    time of rhe first publication
    he same will be barred
    Miami. Florida, this 15th
    i A.D. 1971).
    fBLYN I. BBRKUV
    As Executrix
    Mloatlon of this notice on
    I day of May. 1070
    BXAPLAN PORTER,
    & KUNtN
    1 for Exeeutrlu
    st st, eel Miami. Flu
    :, 22-39 B-IJ
    . the tirst publication
    ,'.,' or the same Wlll be bjTWd.
    nat.ii ai Miami. Florida, this Nth
    ''-'' rai-UVM. ehs
    As Executrix
    First publication 01 thii not*
    the sth day of Ma)
    PARKY ZIKEKNICK
    Attorney for K\
    I "fl Lincoln R
    Florida Ml g.is-2S-9J
    1!7
    cutrix
    id, .Miami H'
    "l ,',-,i it" Miami. Pkirldn
    da) '' Mi y. } '":"
    M v\ PACKER
    As Adroliilslrntoi
    1' rat publication of this
    the iGth day of May, IOT11
    I/.CIS LBVINE
    Attorney for Estate ol
    MARVTN 9 PACKER
    ISfi l.i-
    Miami Beach. Fla 139
    ihi.- Til.
    I ',-^'J -L'! Ii
    s;,n,, will be barred.
    Hated al Miami. Florida, thla nth
    .l.v .a .Mm \ p 1970
    EMILY JANOWITZ
    A- A.lministr ll
    First Publication Of this notice on
    the Mb day of May, 1970.
    SAM W. KLEINFEl P
    At tome) for Vdministrutrii
    .is Biscaym Building,
    M"mi '''' 6/8-15-22-29
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    FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
    NOT!- : IB KBRBBY OIVEN that
    the u1 .1 1; engage
    In business u> ler flotitious nanso
    , I" D I MPORTa lit P'l North
    M imi Miami, Florida intends
    to reu name with the Clerk
    ' urt of Pade County.
    Florida
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    F P. I IMPOUTS
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    RHIR1 .F.Y H'iKibF
    Attorney for
    FLORAL DBSIONS, INC.
    42 Linooli Road
    Miami Beach Florida 5/16-U-/l


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    re wish Flor idian
    Florida Friday, May 22, 1970
    Section
    unb Damages Jewish Center
    JNOS AIRES The
    community center in La
    v is severely damaged by
    losion of a bomb which
    two women on its main-
    staff.
    DAIA, central represent-
    Ib. dy of Argentine Jewry.
    i t> l< gram to Interior Mln-
    ranciSCO A. ImaZ demand- !
    i I lion against the re-
    Imve of vandalism aimed
    Jewish community. The
    Fblast was also denounced
    I.atin American Jewish '
    I at its third plenary
    ii. which adopted a resolu- j
    Urging the World Jewish
    governing council to
    world conference of Jew-
    I initiei in defense of
    ," aiv when it meets in
    11 \t week.
    imunist, Leftist
    li-lsrael Drive Is
    led 'Worldwide
    v. YORK (JTA) The
    de anti-Israel campaign
    en by the leftist move-
    ind Communist regimes
    . a< i-ompanied by anti-
    persecution in eastern
    ^ i iiintries and has n -
    | serious tensions in
    the countries of western
    Za< liaiiah Shuster. di-
    i! the Kuropean office of
    lean Jewish Committee
    the closing session of the
    ii/.it ion's four-day meeting
    is campaign has been car-
    .on wiih such violence it is
    listinguishable from old-
    lti-Semitism, although it
    H> in .1 in contemporary [*>-
    K: rminology," Mr. Shuster
    In the USSR itself, the
    ^K' against Israel cause a
    ueai of apprehension
    numlx-rs of Jews fear the
    il climate will result in
    II attacks against them.
    W' ind, of course, thousands
    1 have left the country' in
    past few years." he said.
    the H.000 that remain are
    I tl ly cowed or elderly.
    Ji ws of Chechoslovakia
    y slightly better off." Mr.
    r continued. Then' have
    instant attacks against
    |i of Jewish background
    the Russian invasion of
    In western Europe, the
    mist partus are the ir.a-
    onents of the pro-Arab
    openly supporting
    lah and other terrorist
    the universities of Ger-
    France and Italy," he
    I li !. Jewish students arc
    kantly exposed to attacks by
    11 is thai have op
    ' td the Arab cause. Ma-
    is the distributional center
    1 iruls of anti-Israel and
    tSi mitic booklets translated
    united by the embassy of
    nil (1 Arab Republic."
    Bring the annual meeting,
    m ended Sunday. Philip E.
    Inian was re-elected to a sec-
    ti mi as president of the
    Pi iean Jewish Committee;
    M Fisher of Detroit was
    ttd chairman of the exec-
    (e board. Mr. Fisher, general
    irman and treasurer of the
    il Jewish Appeal, is a mem-
    (of the JDC's administrative
    nittee and president of the
    iK'il of Jewish Federations
    Welfare Funds.
    The delegates also called for
    more action to fight terrorism.
    anti-Semitism and Arab propa-
    ganda in Latin America, point-
    ing out that an Israel Embassy
    employe was murdered by Arab
    terrorists in Asuncion, Paraguay
    last week.
    Mideast Balance May Be Jeopardized
    NEW YORK (JTA i Ray-
    mond Aron, eminent French po-
    litical analyst, told the Ameri-
    can Jewish Committee this week
    that an American disaster in
    Southeast Asia coulii put "the
    present precarious balance in
    the Middle East" into jeopardy.
    Explaining that the Russians
    have been restrained from din ct
    intervention in the Middle East
    by the risk of a confrontation
    with the United States. Mr.
    Aron told the Committee's 64th
    annual meeting: "Between the
    Vietnam war and the Israeli-
    Arab conflict there has been no
    direct connection, but this con-
    nection may soon be created. An
    American disaster in Vietnam,
    a loss of confidence, a refusal
    by the Congress or the people to
    intervene may put In jeopardy
    the present precarious balance
    in the Middle East."
    Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Budget
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    Local AJCommittee Chapter
    Elects Attorney President

    Att.irncy Alvin C.iss.l. the cMCi A lift loin; wMnK "I >:- .ti. a.
    r W*M served M fu-st Bread- Mr GmmI HI ..liuat.il in til
    oft*, board of EcaoMBic Op- nahooas -
    ,-, i\, In- B S B V Mad law .1. -
    , 11, i:. mm i'i ivertit) "i Flm -
    hi;, i). d in iIk
    [ii.ii tic "i "i In <"' at" i Mi
    i i ;u tn. r m Hi. n of
    Bn .i.l and Cas
    Offta is of Ihe Gn ati r Miami
    Chapti r, in additi n to Mi ('ass**!
    Include Rabbi J Narol
    honca .ii y pn sirli nl. tt'm i I ilad-
    Koi Marsha S Harris R ib i
    is.-. 5. I
    \ i.-. pi. si l< nta. i!. rbi: i I. & b I
    v. iai. Mi !' i la
    am tali v. ,i, i.n .. I >i i "hai k Be-
    ber. I i J.
    Rai'in. treasurer, and Di Morton
    Notai ius sso. ti Irvasui er
    I ii. Am in J' v\ish Commit-
    tee, which was i >.::< i : in 1906 la
    this country/a pj i human i'
    latkjna organization. Its purpoe> i>
    in i Mini at bcjotr) and protecl 'i
    civil and reayftoua rights of Jew*
    at home and abroad a king mv
    proved human r lations for .ill
    ix ople very* hen.
    Israel Gets U.S. Food Aid
    WASHINGTON IWKSI The
    United Slat, s will have aup-
    pUed Israel with $4.1.2 million
    worth of farm pmducta undi r
    the PI.-40 food-aid program by
    the > ml nf 1970. according to an
    announcenaml inwte by th. Di -
    partnvent of AirrwiltuiY.
    Dr. Heflchel's Book
    Earns \% ,
    ii
    ** fe .
    1101
    ALVIX CASSKL
    portanity Program, inc.. was re-
    .. i.tly elected president of the
    Greatter Miami i*hapt< r of the
    Aroartran fcwJsh Committee.
    A nmnlxT of Temple Israel of
    Greater Miami's secuUve board,
    Mr. Caaael ia a former president of
    the Jewish Family anil Children's
    Service, and Mas icrved as ehair-
    n an of the Qreater Miami Jewish
    F i. rxtKin's BinltM Committee
    Dr. Joel Dennis, president of the
    newly organized Hiilel Com
    munity Day School, announces
    that classes will be held th:3
    Fall in temporary facilities pro-
    vided by Temple Beth Shalom
    in Hollywood. The school will
    serve congregations in North
    Dade as well as South Broward
    County.
    The award for the outstanding
    bonk on Jewish thought puMkshed
    In Ih. tiiiinl Stat.s din-inn !<*;<*
    i' as pn >. nt. .1 to Di Abrafa
    a I ol N. w York this v\,-. Ii
    .it the annual meeting ol tin N\,
    bonel Jewish Wi Ifan Boai I',
    I.wish [Jook Council ..t Ameri
    which loth p| ii. ,,t n. u York's
    Vvenue Synagogue.
    Th SS00 'Frank and Ri
    I oh* n Award" n hi bj Di
    i i i.,- Isra
    ; I tei nlt> i Fai rar, Stra
    UXl Is on. ol s:\ ; i ;/ |
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    ">'. m York i. ci i i d the n
    '. no Kovnei M
    Vw rd of 1500 in th V l ush
    ti j ntegoi v I
    'Bon Voyage' luncheon
    A Bon Via .to Inneh. i
    W >l I>1 \,vil |
    Vi an.l Mrs. Bl i l-. r. who .11
    am bag bo raw I, w ill be h. Id b>
    ihe Women nf Mcsivta lln.-h
    School in th.- honn ol Mis s
    Zemel, 3121 Prairie Ave Ml 1
    Bcgcb at noun Miuui.i.v Charl
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    Evf deeper into the desert, land barren for millennia now
    bloom* with lush crops including vegetables and meloni
    thanks 10 Israel's national irrigation that brings watei I m
    Tibcriaa south into the Neecv. Shown here is a tomato hew
    of the Fin-gedi kibbutz in Ihe Jttdcan Desert. I ho m
    Unt.i.g piotecls ihe vines troni excessive un aiiJ prcscrvei
    precioua moisture>
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    tblisher Has Enough Problems Hebrw Academy Breakln9 Grund
    1 ~ Ground-breaking ceremonies for outdooi activities and sti
    Yol'.K (JTA) -Arthur
    Publisher of the Day-
    journal, reacted sharp-
    announcemenl made
    lini! Youth for Yid-
    I,,,, they would |ii'k-l
    ,,;l| offtCW M well as
    -,, 11 ui> Forward'^ over
    h, A call anlii|oaiid"
    Li'\ i( and orientation.
    fcobs. an attorney, wdd
    -
    ^rk attorney and civic
    eymour Graubard has
    cted national chairman
    Int-Defamation League
    IB nth at the 57th annual
    of its national commis-
    election of Mr. Gran
    nr> previously served as
    cf the League's r.a
    I rve committee, puts
    he head of one of th?
    r.kiest and largest hu-
    I tons oaencies.
    IAR-PARV.
    ISHER & PARVE
    IARGARINE
    he has published the paper for
    51 ai s a) a loss, and has "enout h
    \'\ ,.i I- ms v.iihoui having u< in-
    volve himst-ll in cost I j spelling
    \ ariat ions
    'I would like Hi, m tu come
    in and publish the palter and
    pay the bills," ha told the J< Mu-
    lsh T ic Agency, which
    had n c \ ii a flyi r announcing
    ilu piek< ling. "II th j wi re
    w HUng ti i at 11 sponsi-
    liiliiii s of i publish r, I would
    s, ii the pafier to them in a
    minuti ; ii they wanl lo i
    the paper down, that'll s-.iii me
    fine "
    The publisher said thai the
    organizat ion had made no i fforl
    to discuss their grievances with
    him. and tin ii written demands
    listed individual names, but no"
    identifications, addresses or tel-
    ephone numbers. The flyer re-
    ceived by the JTA listed a Bronx
    address but no phone. Inquiries
    n vi aled the resident at the ad-
    dress givi n was one Mordkhc
    Schacchter, l>"i he could not
    be reached for comment. The
    fiver Identified Yugntruf as "an
    itless
    yet so
    feftige
    f STICKS TO THE
    SPAGHETTI
    toaRleeJ
    ^Spaghetti
    Sauce
    Mushrooms)
    organization of Yiddish-speaking
    hi h school and college students
    who are interested in the but-
    \ :\ ul of the two papers."
    A group composed of high
    ol and <-i,iii it- students pick-
    eted the two Yiddish dailies,
    handing out leaflets and suhcii-
    Ing signatures on petitions. One
    I II ir signs, in Yiddish, said
    "Pure Air, Pure Water, Pun
    Language."
    Moslte Crystal, editor-in-chief
    Ihe Forward, said he is not
    i pi .i to peaceful demonstra-
    tions for a .iMiil cause. "The fact
    is." he said, "thai the Forward
    i ,i. modemiz d iis spelling, We
    would change it further, but our
    readers don't want further
    change."
    Joseph Mlotek, director of the
    education department of Work-
    men's Circle, declared that love
    tor Yiddish should !* combined
    with love for Jewish life, an ap-
    proach Yugntruf did not have.
    In an article published in the
    Forward, Mr. MIoti W called on
    the organization to engage in
    more practical and productive
    1 work in th" Jewish community.
    Ground-breaking ceremonies for
    the new Hebrew Academy Julius
    J. Rosen Junior High School Build-
    ing will Ik' held at Ui a.m. Sun-
    daj ii the new building site, Pine
    Tne Drive and 24th Tei
    Miami B
    Th" proposi I structure of mod-
    ernistic design will contain five
    storii ii d ng su '
    parking. The top floor will house
    ihe Olga and Margaret Weis
    Girls' High School.
    According to Rabbi Alexander
    inns-, principal, some ol the out-
    standing educational features of
    the bud ling will Include unstruc-
    ture classroom modules fashioned
    to employ the latest audio visual
    techniques as we!l a- class group-
    ing and group teaching. Acoustic-
    ally-liealcd study halls and the
    latest building materials will I)
    included in the overall design ol
    the new school, the root top is to
    lx- built into a recreation area for
    outdooi activities and student
    seminars.
    Louis Mcrwitzer, president of
    the school, has announced that
    groundbreaking sho\els will be dis-
    tributed to ihe office! s in I
    t ,] i| the Ac idemy that they too
    maj paiticipate in this hist
    ceremonj Pn min nt le : ; ts of
    Ihe community will ext -ml
    i ii ihall o the many organi-
    sations and < religious
    groups in the Greater Miami c im-
    munltj
    Round Town
    I>r. and Mrs. I.e-uiard Gordon
    ui New York tshe's actress Kit*
    Moreno of "West Sid" Story"
    and "ElmerGantry" fame) ware
    dinner guests Of Sherwood
    "Woody" Welter and his wife,
    ludith. recently in Jimmy l>*
    Nicola's Grist Mill in the Shera-
    ton BeaCh Hotel. The Gordons
    plan another visit here in June.
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    Former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey and former
    US Senator William Benton were invested as Honorary
    Fellows ot the Weizmann Institute of Science in ceremonies
    held recently at Rehovot. Shown here on hi.. amval.jn
    Israel, in c photograph released by the Associated Press,
    ^Mr Humphrey, ilanked on the left by Meyer W.Wejqa .
    ChancellorPandYon the right by Dr. Albert B. Sabin, Presi-
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    Rabbinical Assn. To Install Its Officers
    The Rabbinical Association of
    I iter Miami wil noM its an-
    but illatJoa of ofdcen on
    w. Ineaday .->t h#tb David Con-
    giegstion, Ra!)hi Sol Landau ipirl
    . lender d! t:.' Eempto) will be
    r died si rYoaldont
    I the c n ng ye ir include H ihb
    ,-:, Labovitz ol Vi :
    I Icnl Rabb Av-
    i I. > n of the I 'en
    n >; nd R hh R Inli P
    K temple Sinai of N >rth
    Dade, treasurer. Rabbi Salomon i
    Schiff. director of the Greater
    Miami JewWl Federations Cam*
    mun.ty OiapUincy Service, will be
    Installed lor a three year tern is
    the QiganiMtion's Mtecutive vice
    lent.
    The now slate will he installed
    by TV mpte Emanu-Ela Rai>i>i Irv-
    ing l,- !irmaii at a luncheon host. .1
    bj Rabbi ami Mn Landau for the
    Issociation members and meir
    wives. The presentation of the
    plaq -cegnirJori to outgoing
    officers will be a part ( the after-
    noon c; emonk
    .: ting prcsi i' ni i: i
    : .. b R Narol >>: Term h far tel
    i.f i.: e iter Miami, 111 It*
    . to the Incoming president.
    +Je#lst) ftr^ktkir
    Flagler Kennel Club Setting New Records
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    i: gist ration is now in progress
    for Fail c ass i si Temple Tifereth
    k i'.'.i E. 4th Ave., HI ib <'.i
    ted persons should call Mm
    U mple office for further lntorma-
    liati
    The Hebrew Department of the Collage of
    Jewish Studies' class in Hebrew and Biblic-
    al Literature, under the instruction of Dr.
    Nathaniel Soroff. included from left .seated)
    Hyman Cohen. Dr. Louis Schwartzman.
    Bureau Executive Duecior. Dr. Soroff. Can-
    tor Seymour Seif. David Mermelstein. and
    Dan Arazi; (standing) Mrs. Sylvia Kravitz.
    -
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    A. William #v qVT',
    Mr*. Soshc. v^taSJ
    Mrs. Nathani, ; ., ^.Tj
    sen. Mrs. Morris Dannq Miss'h'JJ
    hack Mrs. Den, Go%2 ^
    Porush. Miss Anne Paul ^dMn&JJ
    Larry Kanzer, a Dade County
    cttomey who specializes in un-
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    compensation, has been elect-
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    >wili Floridlaan Mrs- Silverman Elected To Tenth
    "Woman s "World Term As President Of Auxiliary
    [May 22. 1970

    Page 5-B
    red at the annual donor luncheon held by the Sister-
    ol Temple Sinai of North Dade in the Eden Roc Hotel
    atly are. from left, (seated) Mrs. Jules Grottian, vice
    Ident; Mrs. Sally Leiderman, newly-elected president;
    bi Ralph P. Kingsley, spiritual leader of the congrega-
    and retiring 1968-1970 president Mrs. Maurice Toback;
    liding) Mrs. Harry Solomon, donor chairman; Mrs.
    nce Hiller, vice president-membership; Mrs. Ralph P.
    bsley and Mrs. Frank Kromsky, vice president-religious
    sion.
    Helen Toback Luncheon Honoree
    (Hrlen Toback. president of
    terhood of Temple Sinai of
    North Dade,
    was honored by
    the Sisterhood's
    executive board
    at a surprise
    luncheon held
    recently at the
    temple.
    Mrs. Toback.
    had just return-
    ed from New
    York, where she
    and her hus-
    band. Maurice,
    attended the
    |itzvah of their K'an Bbert Weisberg. which took
    Toback
    place at the Village Temple.
    Mrs. Toback shared the honors
    a few days later when the 14th
    annual donor luncheon held by
    the Sisterhood took place in the
    Cotillion Room of the Eden Roc
    Hotel. Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley
    delivered the message; Mrs. To-
    back and Mrs. William Roberts
    wt re honored on this occasion as
    Donor Women of the Year.
    The organization held its annual
    meeting this week in the temple's
    'social hall, but the installation of
    I its officers will not take place
    until September, when the newly-
    \, ctcd president, Mrs. Phlip Leid-
    ] iiman, returns from abroad.
    The rewards of capability and
    conscientiousness! For the tenth
    time Greater Miami_ Women's
    Auxiliai v". Jfcvi.-h HrtfflJTof* the
    Aged i Douglas Gardens) has elect-
    ed Mrs. Lawrence Sirvcrman to
    be at their helm, for the coming
    year. She will be installed along
    with all other officers and board
    members at the final luncheon
    meeting Tuesday, noon, in the
    Algiers Hotel.
    Life honorary president is Mrs.
    Sol Siherman. Vice presidents are
    Mrs. Samuel Berman, Mrs. Louis
    Makovsky, Mrs. Rose Roth. Mrs.
    Max Marek and Mrs. Martha
    Greenberger. Mrs. Da\:d Phillips
    is Auxiliary cooidinator: Mrs.
    Jack Entine, financial secretary
    and treasurer: Mrs. Joseph Meyer
    and Mrs. Nathan Katz, correspond-
    ing secretaries; Recording sec-
    retary for th" 20th consecutive
    year is Mrs. Ben Hammerman;
    Mrs. Nathan Feika. auditor and
    publicity: and Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
    schlag, parliamentarian. Mrs. Is-
    ; idor Cohen, a Miami pioneer, is
    founder of the Home.
    Two outstanding members of the
    1 Miami community, Shepard Broad.
    ; and his son Morris, will do the in-
    I stalling honors. Mr. Broad, found-
    ; er and Mayor of the Town of Bay
    Harbor Islands, came to this area
    in 1910. and has been a praticing
    attorney on Miami Beach since
    ' then. Hifl son, Morris, at 33 years
    I of age is President of the Amen-
    I can Savings and Loan Association,
    and has earned a fine reputation
    ! in banking and financial circles.
    | Both father and son are well
    ! known in almost every major phil-
    j anthropic and educational institu-
    1 tion throughout the State of Flo-
    I rida. and in many other sections of
    the United States. The eider Mr
    Broad has been a staunch support-
    er and most liberal contributor to
    ly obligation all through the
    The $50,000 pledged by the A :\i-
    I'ary for the enlargement of the
    "Mollie and Sol Silverman Physi-
    cal Thearapy Building" will be
    turned over to the parent body
    when the building is camp 1
    early this fall.
    Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
    chairman, will Introduce the
    popular Marie Balaban. singer and
    recording star, who will be ac-
    companied on the piano by Bert
    Duckman.
    bo
    c-
    All
    li-
    nt
    on
    ed
    J.o-
    tu-
    Luncheon reservations ma>
    made by calling the business s
    rotary. Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum.
    newcomers to the area are spec:
    ly invited to come a.:'! team
    the work done by this organizat
    tor the benefit of the senior a:
    in this community which is vrt
    ly recognized as a leading insl
    tion of its kind.
    Closing Meeting Of
    m. sham mvMMN Isky Lake Chapter
    the State of Israel and her several,
    educational and medical institu-'
    tions since their establishment.
    Mrs. Sol Silverman will serve
    as chairman of the day. Mrs. i
    Charles Brown will give the invoca- j
    tion.
    Shari Silverman, Auxiliary presi-
    dent will give her annual report.
    She and her respective chairmen
    have reason to be proud of their
    accomplishments. The Women's
    Auxiliary now is contributing Sl.-
    350 monthly to the parent body
    towards the maintenance of the
    Home, where 222 aged residents
    now reside. It is indeed a heavy
    1 responsibility to meet this month-
    The closing meeting of the sea-
    son for the B'nai B'rith Women
    Sky Lake Chapter No. 1338 will
    take place Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m.
    in Temple Adath Yeshurun, 1025
    N.F.. Miami Gardens Drive. Fea-
    tured will be games, entertainment
    and our very special refreshments
    for the occasion.
    Presiding officer will be our co-
    ordinating vice president, "Irs.
    Sophie Oxman, in the absence of
    Mrs. Rose Rotenberg, president.
    The valiant veteran Ted B:.lis
    who has been in the news recently
    has been adopted by the B'nai
    ; B'rith Women Chapter No. 1338
    : bringing cheer into the lives of ill
    concerned.
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    > knist fhrMtor
    Frid,
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    Southgate Group Of Hadassah Honors Mrs. fife
    ^Ttl
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of Temple Ner
    Tamid. presented a Temple Ner Tamid Mother ot the Year
    plaque to Mis. William Gorin during a recent religious
    school assembly in recognition of her regular attendance
    with her children each Sabbath morning and her dedication
    to Ner Tamid s religious school. She is shown with her
    children. Philine, (left) Philip Amy and Debra.
    Tifereth Jacob's
    Sisterhood Installs
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    ]-.,, i; rtai >; wpol Hsalaaaari
    will hold lu annual InataUnl
    .v n: Ii '.,:- HoU
    Honda Brunch will i

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    Southgatt Group "f Had isaah
    i us lentil Installation "f
    officers and directora with a cele-
    l-i itkMI "I the NOth birthday of
    Mi- TilUe l. Schwartz, president,
    at ,i Fontainebk-au Hotel lunch
    r-on recently, attended by Rabbi1
    I i ,.h; man and Mi tro Mayo/
    Chuck HalL
    Mayor 11.ill. Who HN ntl .1 Mn
    Schwartz avttn a Golden Key to
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    tors and him. d in the ti
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    i N'ata Utal Eli > roldbi nj li
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    Stell i "i ai > i'i skk nts.
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    lay 22. 1970
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    Pace 7-B.
    iAJhctt s C_^oo
    OOW1<
    Bv 151 Til SIKKIS
    Academy To Honor Music Staff's Head, Mrs. Miriam Donnet
    On Sunday ttao Heorew Ac idemy]
    of Greater Miami wl'l honor Mr*.
    Vl'riam Donnet, Chairman of the
    Department n Music, for 1" j mrs
    of distinguisin .. scr\ ice to the
    school.
    In nnr this ...... ;"'i
    Rabbi Gross, principal of th<> He-
    brew Academy, commented thai
    is. May 'J4. we will celebrati the Jewish hoKdi
    i i i\ Ihis >lay we remember the bravery ol I
    , and his followers, who fought to reestablish the Jewish
    ie equal bravery "i Rabbi Akiba, Bar Yohai and
    . wrho upheld the ii^ln ol the Jews lo live in accord-
    kiih th Torah. Log B'omer, observed on the thirty-third
    0II, | | second day of Pesach, is celebrated as a day in the
    pi nics, camp-fires and Bar-B-Ques ire verj populai
    day.
    Ire is an idea for a cook-out. Accompany a main dish of
    kinds "I meats broiled on a skewer with baked potatoes,
    sal id i Itehes and lemonade. End this can free mi al with
    jYr.1 slice of juicy, chilled watermelon and enjoy, enjoy. Foi
    lii' pen ns you will need 10-12 skewers and .
    I-'OK
    LAG IVOMKI
    onions
    Salt
    Pepper
    Parsley
    Mixr.n (HULL
    |nd ground beef
    cocktail wieners
    bid chicken livers
    lind meal kabobs
    i, peppers
    ut [iarsley into very small pieces, mix with the ground meat
    tape Into small long patties. Cut chicken livers In halves.
    nions and peppers Into bite-size chunks. Put on skewers.
    Itlng different kinds of meat with vegetables. (Or, you
    lave a skewer ol liver, one of wieners, another of meat;
    t. and c >k vegetables separately.! Broil under a broiler or
    fearcoal pit, about seven minutes to a side. Sprinkle with
    pd pentier. and serve hot.
    B.B. Council Holds
    INaiminil Meeting
    The Miami < to incil ol B'nai
    B'rith Women, which is made up
    ii ,i!i ihe local chaptei s of t hi oi -
    inanimation, w is to hold its annual
    i tanning meeting in the West
    .Miami Town Hall, 901 SW 62nd
    Ave., at 8 p.m. Thursday.
    Projects winch wen- to U' con-
    sidered by the group include dis-
    tribution ol the Anti-Defamation
    League's free calendar-memo book
    to schools; visits to Veterans Hos-
    pital, advisors for the B'nai B'rith
    Youth Organization, provision of
    volunteer services and upkeep of
    Ilillel House on the University of
    Miami campus, and participation
    ; in the community drives of oilier
    organizations.
    Mrs. Otto Haengel is president
    .if the group. Local chapters in-
    . tude Coral Gables, Anne Frank,
    . Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma Laza-
    uis. Gilbert J. lialkin. Miami and
    Shalom.
    MRS. MIRIAM DONNET
    "Mrs. Donnet is a teachers teach-!
    er in every sense of the word. Her
    outstanding skill and devotion has
    become a legend at the Academy.
    and her Children's Choirs arc th",
    criteria of perfection that hive,
    been emulated by schools through*
    out the State of Florida."
    Mrs. Donnet received her formal
    training at New York University
    and holds the degrees of Bachel *
    >f Science, and M ister of Arts.
    Bel i c c iming to Miami, she was
    rvlsor of Hi rew Music in
    Ni m York C.ty under the due :1 >r-
    i ol Harrj Coopi rsmith, co-
    irdinatoi the Ji wish E luc ition
    ; tee.
    Hi. nun e ous I \e\ is on apne ir-
    m a with her ch >i S and as sol. i-t
    .,' lys bt? n outsl mdlng ifor
    local ; V were with
    ..ii .md Dr.
    ! >a> .('. An ll
    Re ntlj a record a'bum of her
    nusic f aturing the Hi brew A
    d mv Choir was relo ed. It has
    been nationally i claimed and is
    being pi tyed on r i lk> stations fr m
    coast to coaat. The response 9
    exceeding all expectations.
    Festivities on Sunday will be-
    "Vn a 8 p.m. and will feature cae
    holr pnd Ms outstanding soloists.
    Mrs. Donnet v-i'l be presented
    with an award o appreciation by
    outstanding Jewish leaders of the
    Greater Miami Jewish community,
    and from leading educators that
    will be present at the ceremonies.
    She is being fete 1 by the staff of
    the Academy as a favorite daught-
    er of the Hebrew Vcndomy Family.
    ol my biggest pleasures, in addition to cooking, is to
    through cookbooks, l find that I am always learning
    iin.- n w an exciting recipe, a foreign and exotic menu.
    new concept in cooking.
    .end a nice little book thai deals with the joys
    il |i : ,i cooking for two. Beatrice Ojakaagas, the au-
    "Cooking Foi Two." (Crown Publishers, inc.? points out
    post of us Start out ill life and end up cooking for two
    6. Hi r t>ook is intended to help relieve the monotony and
    kne the cook's natural reluctance to produce balanced
    for "jusl two" as it is done for a big family.
    Bice u is not a Jewish book, one has to omit or substitute
    hie Of the recipes, but even so. it furnishes new ideas and
    piy measures for use in cooking for a company of two. Here
    from the book:
    OROl'ND BEKK AM) CABBAGE I-'OK TWO
    '; cup cooked l ice
    l hard-boiled egg, chopped
    1 _. teaspoon salt
    Dash of pepper
    1 can (lOoz.i tomato sauce
    of cabbage (smalli
    Son (small)
    Uespoons margarine
    We garlic, mashed
    nd mushrooms
    pnd ground beef
    hred the cabbage, Brown onion in margarine, add garlic,
    rooms, U'< f. rice, egg, salt and pepper and stir until well
    . Blend in the shredded cabbage, then the tomato sauce;
    Into a shallow baking dish, about l'j-nuart size Bake 30
    in a moderate f350 F.i oven Pour a little hot water
    Mserole it necessav) to prevent drying.
    May 28 Is Deadline
    Deadline for registering to vote
    in the June 'M City of Miami S124
    million capital improvements bond
    eieeti m Ls Maj 28. Voters will de-
    cide the fate Of 11 proposals eon-
    fcrpttg sanitary sewers, storm
    shim., public recreational and
    park facilities, a sports, community
    civic and convention center, streets
    and highway Improvements, pollu-
    tion control ind incinerator facili-
    ties, fire and rescue facilities.
    police headquarters and crime pre-
    vention facilities and marina facili-
    ties.
    Residents of Miami who work in
    sui rounding communities may re-
    -iste: on certain days at one of
    the branch offices. They are Home-
    stead City Hall, open weekdays;
    South Miami City Hall. Monday.
    Hialeah City Hall. Tuesday: Miami
    Beach City Hall. Wednesday:
    North Miami City Hall, Thursday:
    Coral Cables and North Miami
    Beach City Halls. Friday. All of-
    fees are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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    Hot Lunches
    Bus Transportation
    Instant v
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    Post Office Art Exhibit
    Postmaster Eugene at Dunlap
    has announced thai the fourth an-
    nual Post Office Art Exhibit will
    open Sunday at 1 p.m. in Boom
    >i'i. Biseaync Annex, 2121 NW
    _>lst St. Among the exhibits In
    local postal employees will be oil I
    ind > lie paintings, water colors,
    pasti l, charcoal and pen and ink
    ftrawings and etchings.
    SALE
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    original
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    May 25 to June 9
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    Pcge 8-B
    Shore Unit's Slate
    W ill Be Installed
    " ami Bench City Councilman
    .1. ma Gwim vvill install Hm
    ix v. officers at Monday's meeting
    11 the Shore Unit of Papanieolaou
    Institute tor Canc.r Research in
    t Holiday Inn at O.llins Avenue
    B- 22ml Street, Miami Beach.
    .A program of musical entcrtain-
    i t will follow the installation
    ceremonies, which will bojjin at
    i with Mis Kenneth Sokolsky
    j -;ding as chairman of the day.
    The slate 1h>ing installed in-
    < s Mis Louis Baron, preai-
    ( ; Mrs Leater Perle, adminla-
    i tive lice president; Mrs. Abe
    K Mrs Paul Allen. Mrs Sid-
    i Blum. Mrs. Edward Busker Carol Ann Goldberg, daughter
    Mrs. Warren Goldman, vice of Mr. and Mrs. Burton I. Gold-
    i esidents; Mrs Harold SchofeL I
    treasurer; Mrs Sidney Ritterman.
    i rding secretary, Mrs. Yetta
    J atin and Mrs. Addle Eisen
    i sponding secretaries. and
    M Myrna Blum, financial sec-.
    i ry.
    -
    Helen Kohen General
    Chairman Of Auction
    Should the 1370 Ch. 2 auction
    become the aucofas that it is jioikmI
    for. the er.dit will be largely due
    to its general chairman. H< k n
    Kohen. who has Ix-en almost sole-
    ly responsible for setting up the
    master operations plan and struc-
    ture for 1970.
    Mrs. Kohen concentrate d on
    getting the right people to head up
    the key divisions, and has utilized
    some of the innovations uaed by
    similar auctl >ns throughout the
    nation. She has worked hanl dur-
    lltg the entire y.-ar to make the
    i vent which raises funds for the
    s ippotl of Miami's educational TV
    a complet. .,-. *s The station
    staff and the volunteer! wish to
    express their thanks and appnvi
    ,,tion to her for her tin lets work
    and devotion.
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    "I wonder ebo !h rf
    Jerry Askowitz when
    ski !
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    Mayor Stew dark devrih :^wT
    attribul a of the winner of
    Hope School "Geeal Guj Av
    His wife. Bonnie, had a hard
    keeping the news from Jerrj
    he had won for nil
    t p the children in the ach know how hard it i- I
    to keep a secret.) Hie pret< xt

    :-v*n
    . get Jerry t<> the [net lat m Dii
    ner was to see Bonnie Lnst lied
    . an officer in one of the even Hop. '.* l*.
    Winners In Essay
    berg, 2951 S. Bayshore Dr.. Sail-
    boat, Coconut Grove, will be
    receivinq her Associate in Arts r-
    c, ~ m__ Contest Announced
    degree from Stephens Colllege,
    Columbia, Mo., during its Com-
    mencement exercises at 2 p.m.
    Sunday.
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    Winners of the third annual es-
    aay I ontaat s|Kinsorrd by South
    Florida'a Region Export Kxnan-
    sion Council received their prizes
    at a banquet in the Pour Ambas-
    aad> n Hotel this weak at the close
    of the Council's first symposium.
    Kr.nque Balseiro. of Hialeah
    Senior High School, won first
    prize, an all-e\|*-nsc. two-day trip
    to Washington. DC. with his
    teacher, Paul Tripp. Svonii prize.
    a S100 I'.S. Saving! Honti. went to
    Steven II Friedman of Miami Edi-
    - m Senior High SchooL Hialeah
    Senior HiKh School itudent Leslk
    P. Voight was the n clpitnl of
    the third prixe, a $50 savingl tx>n in the contest. The five Ix-st en-
    tries on the itlpulated lubject:
    U S Trade Preference to i-atm
    America Economic Neceaaitj oi
    Not" ware reviewed ha* a panel of
    outatandlag South Florida busi
    .'! -.< leaden
    School chapters, which she w .
    Jerry's parents, AJ and S
    Aakow-it/. were ther......
    nle'i parents, Judge and Mrs Al-
    bert Dubbin. Other sacral ki
    ers wen' Judy and Norman Hoi-
    land, I she's tho executive din I
    of Hope SchooH Irvine Got
    Linda and Ronald Aakowitz, Judy
    and Joe Woisettxrs;. Elie and A'...
    Kohn. Mrs Sylvia Qaffin, Anita
    and Mel Katz. Lefin and Mirtv
    Tell and Caroi and Bob New
    It'* great to know a "Great Guy."
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    Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of
    B'nai B nth Women will hold tta
    spring "person-to-person'* mem-
    bership coffee Wednesday ava>
    ring at the home of Mrs Ben
    Berger. 5860 S\V 26th St. Mrs.
    Derger was the recipient of tha
    chapter's Avcxtah Award at its ra
    cenl installation, in recognition of
    I her service as treasurer and nip-
    port of the chapter in all areas
    , All women aged 21 and over, mar-
    i led or single, are invited to join
    the croup. Interested persons may
    contact Muriel Marks or Joan
    Schwartz for additional informa-
    tion.
    Daisies don't tellrhut thej lid
    say "Weiraime" to Shirlej ai
    Alan Sobel'* jruests. Tliev 1\, I
    h'Hise warming for their new
    and all those hisicou- h -- 1 ieu\T-
    n ind HessTts uvrc m '
    getic Shirley Oh. wall
    theta on the week-end anyw
    Some of the guests were F i
    ind Burt Ltway, Rhoda u
    : in Levitt Janice arid Barrj
    son, Carol and Dick M
    Alan's parentSfMr and Mrs l.
    Sobal, Sharlay's mother
    stein. Helen ant Jen I 5e in
    Sue and Stun Stetlmt >ho n il i
    ad in fiom Ft. Ldusdardnle R
    and Paul ftutfbarT, and Mick^>
    and Rjy Moran. Shirley n
    l.xjked like the hoatau m .t.i the
    aw*test in her ruffled Mouse <'
    long red. white and blue skirt
    but. it was Alan's "Lord Bj
    I and bell-bottom tTDUSen
    wen the e.vecatehers We v\
    lust have to try harder on
    fashion scene these da) -
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    lay 22. 1970
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    Page 9-B
    upter Installation
    t, >i Chapter, Women's j
    . C)RT will install its of-
    7 SO p.m. Sunday in the j
    Harbor Restaurant in '
    ; conducted by Mrs.
    piosentbal. Mrs- Sy Schu-!
    Las !*< n elected president; :
    urten Cook, Mrs. Alan \
    Mi,. H.>b Presner and Mrs. ,
    fcni'r, vice presidents; Mrs
    Juara, treasurer; Mrs
    banning. Mrs. Alvin Brown,
    rtanuel Palgon and Mis.
    kanow, secretaries, and I
    ck Botwin, parliamen- '
    [Shore JWVA Meeting
    Shore Ladies Auxiliary
    v i War Veterans, will
    i ling in the Washington
    ;it 1133 Normandv Dr.,
    h, at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
    I Cohen js president of
    The newly elected officers of the Mount Sinai Hospital
    Auxiliary who were instclled at a recent luncheon in the
    Fontcinebleau Hotel, included (from left to right) Mrs. Nancy
    Negrin, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Maurice
    Green, assistant financial secretary; Mrs. jay Allen Siegel,
    vice president; Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, financial secre-
    tary; Mrs. Edward L. Cowen, vice president; Mrs. Murray
    Kem. honorary president; Mrs. Meyer Don, president; Mrs.
    Donald Farber, vice president; Mrs. James H. Ruby, vice
    president; Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
    Bertram J. Thorpe, parliamentarian; Mrs. Martin Kurzweil,
    nominating committee chairman; Mrs. Samuel Seltzer, re-
    cording secretary, and Mrs. Alexander Libow, treasurer.
    Deborah Lampert An Honor Graduate Of Barry College
    Chapter Meeting
    i Chapter 1288, B'nai
    |V< :nen. will hold a regular
    Bt 1 p.m. Wednesday in
    Lincoln Rd. Club Room.
    Feldman, ADL chairman
    d< rian of District 5, will
    The Rumor Clinic," illus-
    rith amusing slides.
    Some 163 students received de-
    grees during the Commencement
    exercises at Barry College last
    June I. Dressier and Alice Dress-' Miami for Law.
    >r Luncheon Set
    Ji! M. Levine Chapter. Fight
    (ij: t League of Greater
    .\.ll hold a donor luncheon
    ,!i 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in
    Tttaincbleau Hotel with en-
    nt by Judy Kaminsky
    Ivia Ross. All meetings are
    the public.
    Donors Get Steak
    Mood donor in the blood
    irive being sponsored by
    . Lodge 316 K.&A.M.. on
    line 16. will be entitled
    steak dinner and a gift.
    ' :i announced. The drive.
    d from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at
    9173 Harding Ave.,
    will be followed by a
    the importance of blood,
    '.. \ tsculai surgeon Dr. Jo-
    .' y. Persons intending to
    imikkI are asked to call
    . ride to tell him how they
    ir stc ak.
    liomi JWV Post Installs
    staff of officers headed
    - 1'. Tuck, Commander.
    i d recently by the West
    ' St 223. Jewish War Vet-
    the U.S.A. Mr. Tuck was a
    '' ar I radio operator-officer
    i as a radio-telegraph in-
    ii the U.S. Army Signal
    ' officers" school.
    ler, daughters of Mr. and Mrs
    Alvin Dressier. 485 NE 157th St.,
    North Miami Beach; Mrs. Rhoda
    Mufson, wife of Julius Mufson,
    6035 N. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach,
    and Mrs. Lillian B. Swift, wife of
    Irving Swift, of 511 NE 52nd St.
    Both Miss Lampert and Mrs.
    Mufson graduated cum laude, re-
    ceiving B.A. degrees. The others
    named also received B.A. degrees
    except for Mrs. Makovsky, who
    received a B.S. degree.
    Miss Lampert was accepted at
    Barry in her junior year on early
    admissions plan from North Mi-
    ami Senior High School, according
    to Sister Mary Arnold. O.P.. the
    Academic Dean. She continued her
    outstanding academic achieve-
    ments, the Dean said, and was of-
    fered several scholarships, includ-
    ing a SI.500 and tuition waiver in
    ussistantship in Graduate Knglish
    trom the University of Miami and
    a $3,500 Fellowship from Stanford
    University. She was also accepted
    by the University of Sussex for
    Knglish and by the University of
    Miss Lampert, a member of the
    Lambda Iota Tau international
    literature society who was on the
    Dean's List at Barry, was re-
    ported to have accepted the Grad-
    uate Assistantship at the Univer-
    sity of Miami.
    Ohai Chapter Installs
    Chai Chapter 974, B'nai B'rith.
    Women, will hold its 14th annual
    installation during a noon lunch-
    eon in the Cadillac Hotel Sunday.
    Mayor and Mrs. Jay Dermer will
    le the honored guests. Mrs. Philip
    Wolmer is serving as chairman of
    the event.
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    j occasion. | Tov ^ holding a Bas Mitzvah and
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    I diplomas during the ceremonies 6 p.m. marking its 13th year. In-
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    Kge 10-B
    +Jei$t ncrkSar
    . 4^/tbout
    Piiday
    S%i
    HMMMMa to ti: kk;iit. iii:kkini
    hi W \.\.vx
    v Mi- \ai>i.n K:e .-ik cave fbMMV
    I>\ ilSBj \t:iirils ivl*> -:i>-
    !, '.'i W'.Hi rnrae married kMa and a (
    j lii.' yow
    I i lli.M in.' wh.ile world h .=
    BBMMHlCll (". >l Utnlch wh.'.'led
    in whole Food Fate i<.i*k.'t ... i -!> wrapped tii.mi
    . (. Th > < re .... emptj Ktasa Jars
    a ntj pound gl iss iar f
    tbs the -i:i>. gift t.> Setaira Tin-
    , th it she could mail her
    for < wryone. She did! Ruthie
    i Mm nriari RobWns tir.Hiulit out- of the
    rlabarately wrapped gifts. It ivaa Bor-
    Another present wan ;< long loaf of
    pumpernickel bread. It was a fun party (torn the
    -t : ;nk and hors d'oeu\Te Aaiong the guests
    >. t\ d (lighter Joann e Uraon, Mra, Bert-
    Mn Max Wit/ and her -.istor-in-
    hm Hilda, u -,- a high t tutting joyous happy
    herring 39th Mrthdaj party for thai redhead
    Selm Marc -
    WOVtlKK HIHTHIHY PARTY
    rbH one was tar Geldia Goldstein (Mr*. Soli
    TV iaattatton was adorable nt .mii by Gnldle*s
    dnaghter Francine (Mrs. Elliott Denner, You
    u.t. invited to .i sweet sixteenth birthday ;kii"1>
    -..r her moth.: AJ Harbor House South. Guess I
    shouldn't uo inythlai because my own Jere
    ,im- Shirley Insisl thai it l keep getting an)
    Miami Happenings
    jiihisj r they'll both be back In kindergarten The
    takaas wars fas ten-all red aai while. BeHeae 11
    >.i not Pramha thinks thai blrthdaj catea are
    , rnj there was no birthday cake inn .i
    deasert \'l of she relatives rod dearest friends
    ncluding husband 9 l hei
    i,,. > Rabinowitz's ind Frandne'i hus-
    band Elhot. All >. the rest ware tadtss 9
    in. doesn't Ilk* cards she bad a whale pro-
    gram ; ant '. 11 was mbm ible Trials Levitt
    ( ,;, ., rh lyi iii life sort "( thing. Ruth
    Mrs Herbet t S nan t. -.1 M Mi 41
    the songs, the heat yel It si
    w ith G ildie being boi I ,;"': s h w
    ing in. children and then, all .>t her many ind
    \ nod community actlviUee. Thai Is i nsatath-
    ful. it was s little tearful btM funny and rteeor
    Anvi nests were ot couraa, bar Wedm
    das. Chid. Mrs Irvine Lehrman, Mrs Clara Den-
    ner, Mra Sal Zallee, Mra, Albas* Lewis, Mra
    .i irk Katzman, Mrs Bsrnard Oraene, Mrs Saul
    \i ; Mra Stdnej Schwartz, Mrs Jules Chan-
    ning, Mr- Michael Talnea, Mrs Max Dtemsman
    Mrs David Rabinowttz, Mrs. Morrti Rattr* a U
    Mr- .' in Eisen and Joan and Jerrj Smuliit from
    Sarasota Much to GoM.es embarrasrnent every-
    bod> brought birthday presents ind insist* i ">
    her opening them. What could !* neon fun sue*
    rounded bj your kwsng friends ind natrrity tad
    a pile o( ti--:1111.ful sweet sixteen nertbdao gift*
    The Parents of Menorch committee makinq an- I
    ior its annual Spring Frolic, to be held m theien?^
    hall Sa.urdcy evening, included .stcirii'nq'w!^5*!
    Mis. Zundei S. Beiens. Mrs. Samuei 5^*^^
    Mrs. Abraham Arber; (seated Mis. Salomon T->J
    Saul Ginzburg and Mrs. Alberto Behar.
    /r.liifi-* ^i-A
    wilii.iin s. sisnpesB, presidi '
    Sisnpson Eli who is a
    ombx nt .ti local
    itioaal boating cin lee has
    in n l.. ti il president <>f the
    l.imi Int. iii.itn.ti.il Boat S
    ,. mai Ine i xposition one "f
    . world's largest, will l' hill
    Miami Bascb Cuimiition
    ] ill Ft b. 19-34. John Rogers,
    i uii\. managi r, reported.

    fames Aaglstasfc praaldoBt >f
    i .in! Gabsea P.nni Mfk-, Dura-
    . >t< i'-int MCg, Ja-Mar PeJnt-
    li Co ami Ja-Mar Corp., has
    n iHectad to tin- board of
    rectors f in. Inter National
    j ink 'f Minim.
    *
    \.iri.i\ i tab at Oraasar Mixmi
    1-nt No. .t will hold its "King
    I .1 The Day Lunabeon" at noon
    . dnesda) in Haifa's Iteataa-
    i nt. 1-ilO His^ayn. Blvd. Co-
    < annul; are "l.i(t>" l^-is r I
    * iu i; .i I.
    a
    Ml in i !', a, I: insui in.-, exec-
    a. Jartl BirnL.iiuii. on. .f the
    |i men in Ni Ymk Life In-
    MAR-PARV
    KOSHER & PARVE
    MARGARINE
    Pats kick in your kasha.
    . SouUh asti i n n
    was invited to participate In its
    three-da) confen nee In Al
    <".a. this week His wife, Easily,
    who was recently elected presi-
    dent ..f District 5, Florida Nurs-
    es Association, accompanied him

    aaaaaae I. Kri^Uiiian. lorraer
    dtstricl director of thi- int. n il
    Revenue Seivleu for fasten:
    PennsylvangSa has jotaed ti*'
    con*.! .'t'' h> .(.li|uartci s financial
    staff of l"Kl gtaar Slorv*. Inc.
    if. will be Involved m nil phases
    .f the fo<>.t and iliscount depart
    m.tit store .haul's financial op-
    erations on a managerial level.
    In tv fn-t part of th. show
    m the Miami Beach HikIi School
    Auditorium Saturday at 8430
    p.m.. Trudy Lawwiaa* and Rah)
    K.^s will .in th<- one-act pla)
    Save Me A Place ,-it Porest
    Lawn." The second half will V
    an expanded version of Trudy's
    uuliulinii soaga
    and omedj
    THE FAMILY Of THE LATE
    ISIDORE ZWECHKENBAUM
    wish to Ktnd manks for the expreuiontof
    sympathy shown us at the time of
    our bereavement
    ilinii
    - fir-?. f- corf jLwccnUenbi
    mini children
    reaHefre /\ .--//.
    k5y/i.i rCeinnara ana Jettit Jj%nm
    OH THE Alt
    HEAR
    JACOB
    SCEACBIER
    HAY rOUB
    fAVOSITI
    YIDDISH MUSIC
    IVIBV S'JNDAY At NOON
    RADIO STATION WLTO
    1200 On Ymk Dial
    Bachelor Martin \viin of
    . Miami Heights entertains
    U -u.-. I !'l Itl.l 50 gUI vis t .
    every weekend at bis hldaawa)
    home n Stiltsville a lrt "eamp-
    community thn e ndli
    inre iii Key EMscayne. The
    camps owned by r.ri PJsnaBi j
    and ivrry Niohaav unong oth-
    < i s an i"'i chad on 40-fool pil-
    ings ..I pi t itwsi >i con
    Martin i^ buying a new ocean
    i .I.. i to accommodate guests
    M~ho complained it tix>k t.ni long
    at to Stiltsville In the old
    one
    Menoruh Chapter Installs
    Mrs Mae M1IV1 CORSUltsnl m-
    ttalk .1 the offlci rs .>f Mei
    B i a i Hi nil Women
    ntly .1 s meeting m the Cad
    iMae Hotel. Taking up then duties
    wen Mis .1 .ik Kevoe, president;
    >Irs. Am Mrs. 1 auline
    Thurston and Mrs Ida Levenson
    Ma; I'.eUeea Good-
    Mi .' > ioth) laalt and Mi
    ah RosesshsMR, secretaries;
    iis \i.it Qtiakrr. treasurer; Mrs
    Waitenberg, historian; Mrs
    l^.ih Benjamin, counselor, and
    ' Mis Bertha Woskoft and Mis.
    I'm iiiamin. truateea. The next
    tang ol 'he group will l>e held
    i p.m. Tuesda) In the Washing-
    ton F-d*-ral. 1XV4 Wnshinirtoii Ave,
    Rabbi Aryeh Lev. director of the
    National Jewish Welfare Board
    Commission on Jewish Chap-
    laincy, was honored by the Boy
    Scouts ot America recently at
    the organization's annual meet-
    ing in Denver. He received the
    Silver Buffalo Award, its high-
    est individual honor.
    Film For Freedom Lodge
    i 'n the agenda for Monda) i
    meeting ..! Freedom 1.'*Ik- 3421,
    B"t ii B'i un is "Israi l Proflsa,'
    the tiK.st reeeat aatl itrfasaalini
    linn A commuarit) *irny.fi H Uii b>
    ii.it Austein and LII and Suki
    N. Ison, Is als., on the schedule
    The program will be followed bj
    I i.iinsh ... I .. ff.
    MEMORIAL DAY
    WE ARE SB NoiNu it 10 VOglll LiVE AND iN COIN
    THE ENTIRE INDIANAPOLIS
    500 MILE RACE
    WILL NOT BE SHOWN ON HOME TV
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    most thrilling "INDY' 500 of them all!
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    COMPLETE! 4 HOURS START TO FINISH!
    Sat., May 30th Memorial Day
    HURRY! BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!
    HRST T//ME IN C010R!.'
    AT THE AUTIFUl DADE COUNTY AUDITOSIUM
    Tickets are now on sal- at all FIRESTONE STWE5
    or call Leon Oodd at 887-0790
    Pre-race activities start at 11 30 A.M.
    Race starts at 12 00 noon
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    Q Look at tha Zip Man In '
    Qj* business pages of your
    phone book.
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    Always Include your Zip
    Code in your return a so others can easily Zip mail
    to you.
    Plfclhhf a tt teall* wrvtat I* css>
    SfMxM TU ASvtftMM ta*ell
    The Opening of the Nei*
    CONVALESCENT HOME
    WU!?i,^"TdcTr. FocilitY-
    P,ov^o, the <"*?>?? th* m
    Xe^d and Infirtn ^o"^
    ^of..v<.ol I**** core u~~ *e BBSII ot "
    cemi Nurt U Jw o day. odmilWwei aaW*"
    A cepWt* ^icol nwropy d.por*"*"'
    o. Ofd.- b, a Begoto'ed W.yv.l Th.P"- y^ ajesfli
    Easay oe.kle one c(Mi^n*ntly KkoiI or
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    May 22, 1970
    fJewistiFkrid/cin
    Page 11-3

    *A,^^-*A^A^A-*A-^
    Ing services at Temple Zamora,
    rhen she in- been a member .ill
    her life.
    Judy attends Shenandoah Jun-
    lot Hi'.;': Sell.nil. where she is ill
    (he si venth grade,
    .Mr. and Mis. Lolberman will
    host the Kiddush following the
    rvia s, which will he held in the
    temple's Harry Harris Hall, in
    their daughti r's honor. Among the
    gu< si.-, will be her grandfather.
    . Mizus of Miami.
    NANCY I.Asil
    Irossman Mark Rubin Rober. Cohen iudith leiberr
    b\\H> STI KINS
    11:15 a.m service at
    i ,\m <>n Saturday.
    Il id, i in- s.>n of Mi. and
    Stubins. 11630 S\V
    uill be Mar Mil. vali.
    | made honor stud mi
    junior High School,
    forrro r All-Star pla i r
    md i (ptimisl Fo itball
    i, hi :mt will !' honor, il
    , on mi tin- temple fol-
    |i services Hi Iping him
    \, ih. occasion will be
    others, Mis. Birdie >li-
    tltami Hi ach and Mis Lllj
    : ,-i Orange, N.J.
    twin BUSHMAN
    Naftali Porush "ill offi-
    the services Saturday.
    Voung Israel of Greater
    Yunes Harold Tanenbaum
    .. H eh Rfti dy, the
    m,l \i,- n.,:- hi Bi r-
    tnv B Mitzvah.
    |i brant, whosi i ari nts
    ,,m! Wear Uniform Cen-
    ter n:' NW Till Avenue, is a si -
    i in at John F Kenniriy Junioi
    High School,
    Follow ing i'i'1 set \ id s, K i
    i ati Mis will s;i nsoi il l<
    n ,ii" 'i, gat ion and ft i' nds; they
    .ill host a iti in hoi or "i
    ; he occasion S itutda' i vi ning .:'
    tin Man" Pol i Hyatt House,
    HANK Vl'NES
    Hank David, son ol Mr and
    v.i Rapha< I Yunes, iil in comi
    Bar Mil." a S it rday. May 23, al
    'I i mple Fmanu-1 )1,
    The celebrant, who has attend-
    ,| Ti mple I manu-rTs ReHgious
    School fur nine years, i- a student
    i Nautilus Junior High School,
    where he is in the sevi nth grade,
    Mank uill be honor* d .it i partj
    for his I'm nils hosted b> Ins
    parents.
    ROBRRT COHEN
    Robeit Saniui I, son ol Mis.
    Kancy at d Aaron H. Cohen, "ill
    I, ,-. mi )' Mitzvah al Tem|le
    Emanu-RI on Saturday, Mav _'.'!.
    r. bi rt . iij.:ii s. ho >' wh i ii' is mi tin'
    . ,n grart, -. drums.
    Xb ml will be honored
    Saturday at a ice 'ption mi thi
    IUtnawa> Ba\ Cl il, Amor,
    honor. ,: gut st. v ill b his grand-
    , nvonts, Mr p .. Aaron Ka-
    l, m of Ni V" and Mcy. r
    rvtroii
    I. M %RK Rl BIN
    Il | Mrs
    I His S R I B;"
    i. at Hi'
    Celebrating her Bat Mitzvah at
    i Beth Am on Saturday,
    .'.i.. 23, will be Nancy, daughter
    i Mr. and Mrs. !'. rnard Lash.
    5761 SW 64th PI., South Miami.
    A reception and champagne
    brunch will be hold in Nancy's
    honor at King's Bay. Yacht and
    Country Club after the services,
    i andmothi r, < iussie Lash,
    ,| cousins, Steven and Donna
    Levine ol North Woodmoro, N.Y.,
    w mI be pres nt the fi stivities,
    ni
    :v < a iv.
    ... A n, .- m of Mr. and
    s Ji rant en., -i'11 < -ountry
    Club Prado, Coral Gabli s, will be
    : Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 23,
    ii Temple Or Olom.
    J.'ili, > i-- a si udent ii Ponce de
    l.i on Junior High School, where
    is in the sevi nth grade.
    Mr. and Mrs. Catz will host the
    i meg Shal at Ft \da\ vening as
    .,.11 as tin Kiddush following the
    services Saturday in his honor.
    Among the guests will be the
    . I. in.mi's grandparents, Mr. and
    Mrs. Harry Nozick ol Lind. n, N.J.,
    Ml\ and Mis. il nr.- Turoff, his
    mts, Mrs. Tillie Catz, Mrs. Gor-
    iude Wciseman and Miss R ise
    Nozick and Ins cousin, Mrs. Sara
    lirody ol New Jersey.
    HAROLD TANENBAl'M
    Saturday morning, May 23, at
    !,. ih David Ci n ;t gat ion, Harold
    i iehard, the s< n ol Mr. and Mrs.
    ;, Tarn nl aum, 72 "' SW 132nd
    St u ill i i con* B i Mitzvah,
    A m\ nth grad student at Pal-
    , ii,i Junior High S< hool, Han,Id
    uit nds Bi ih David's religki -
    ., hool, when hi is in Hi brew
    ; ... family have
    ui, n members ul Bi th David foi
    yeat
    Kleiman and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
    Kahn will !>< present for the occa-
    sion.
    ALAN SOSKKI.
    Alan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Seymour Soskel, 854 W. 69th PI.,
    Hialcah, will celebrate his Bar
    Mitzvah Saturday. May '-'.'!, during
    the 9:45 a.m. services al Temple
    I ifereth Jacob.
    An eighth made student ii
    Palm Springs Junior High School,
    Alan is a member of its band, a
    patrol leader of Miami Lakes Boy
    Scout Troop -19. and a member ol
    the Intermediate Group ol Young
    Judaea at Temple Tifcreth Jacob,
    Mr. and Mrs. Soskel will host
    I he Kiddush following the cere-
    mony and honor th. ir sun at a
    reception in the temple's Gelvan
    Hall Saturday night.
    Mai.: r.il grandparents are Mr.
    ii.il Mrs. Philip R< snick; pati i nal
    grandpari nts are Mr, and Mi s.
    i [at i y Soski I.
    LEE BFFENSON
    At 8:15 a.m. Saturday, Ma) 23.
    in ih" main sanctuary ol Temple
    Nor Tamid, Lee David, son ol Mrs.
    Edythe Davis of 1270 Kane Con-
    course, Bay Harbor Island, and
    Marvin Kffi nson of Houston, Ti x
    will be Bar Mitzvah.
    Lee is a student at Nautilus
    iniot l Ugh School and attends
    tter Tamid Religious School.
    tlv Fridaj evening services in a
    dition to reciting the Haftorah
    Saturday
    The- i. ii orant is a student
    West Miami Junior High Scho.
    where he is in the si venth gradi
    Mr. and Mrs. Jay will host 1'
    meg Shabbal Fi Iday night, ti
    Kiddush after the services Satu
    ;;..-. and a reception in their soi
    honor Saturday evening al I'
    temple.
    Dennis' grandi>arents, Murr
    Jaj and Sam and Malvina Hers
    I'.owitz, as well as many gucs
    11 ni out of town will I"' prese
    for Hi.- occasion.
    Wometco Theatres
    i
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    i
    The celebrant will be honored
    at ihe Kiddush following the serv-
    ices and at a reception Saturday
    in the Doral Hotel.
    STEVEN GROSSMAN
    Stew n. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    .In. i Grossman i i Miami Beach,
    will be called '<> the Torah as a
    l at Mitzvah at 9:30 a.m. Satur-
    day, May 23, in Temple Menorah.
    Steven i-- a studi nt at Nautilus
    Junior Hi h St hool, where he is
    ,n the s, vi nth .made.
    Mr. and Mis. Grossman will host
    nchi on in their son's honor at
    Famous Restaurant following
    the s, i v ici s.
    DENNIS IAV
    l i nni Aaron, the son of A
    1 R's ilyn .1 ty. 6551 SW 18th i
    Si v ill c lebrate his B u Mitz\ ih !
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    By MAIMiE KOSRNBAt'M
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    by Iris Nohlp
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    Well written, easy to read bio-
    graphy of Louis Dembitz Bran-
    deis, f:;Ni Jew ever t>> be appoint-
    ed to Hi.- U.S. Supreme Court It
    begins the story of h.s Hfe in the
    ISTO's in Kentucky, his early
    school years in Europe when he
    hail already decided i>:i a earner
    of ].:.\ He returned to Kentucky
    in 1K75 and deciriWl to enter law
    school .11 Harvard. He was out-
    standing in all his classes where
    ho worked I > hard that his eye-
    sight was endangered from all
    the reading. He craduated from
    Harvard with a brilliant record
    when he was not yet 21.
    On January 3, 1879 he made his
    first court appearance for a fee of
    $3 0(i. The book continues with the
    highh'-ht.s of Brand.'is" exciting
    We, hLs marriage in 1891, the birth
    of his daughter hi> crusade for
    chanty eases. hLs championship of
    workers' rights, his battles against
    huge corporations He made many
    enemies among the wealthy and
    the influential because of his firm
    stand on demands for justice for
    the working class
    A< he grew older he beeame
    ronecieus of his JewMi heritage
    and very proud of it even though
    very few of his friends ami fanail)
    were devout Jews. He knew little
    about Zionism but once he
    ed the Federation <>f American
    Zionists he became an enthusiastb
    supporter.
    in 1916 President Wilson nomi-
    nated him to i' Assod te Justice
    of the Supreme Conn. This
    I on an anti-Semitic deluge
    of pj ti sts and opposition as
    by the powerful ca| I But
    support for h m c me from all
    over the US from many sources
    and Ins nent was finally
    c mfirmed h r on the bench
    the Supreme Court m u
    ; and hon iW m I h
    years after he to .k oath of of-
    fice at the a of 83 Aft< r his n -
    emenl he worked zealously I >
    the Zi mist cause and uso worked
    with h.s family in making Uni-
    versity of I Ky nit | i
    top ranking educational institute
    and law school. M- Brandeis died
    on 5 1^41 at the age of 85.
    by Ruth ssalflfe. M
    Bases Bosks MM
    peg*
    t i Wren ages 8 to 12 will love
    this delightful story an enchan-
    ting Noting gil I Y.iei. h" -
    twin brothers and their pet goat,
    who is entered In the "i- st goat
    In Israel" contest. This slim vol-
    ume combines tun. : x ritement,
    itery and advi ntun B it m t
    of all ,t )>; i tit- an autix ntic and
    excellent p cture of life In Is
    It is well written and its short
    sentences make it easy n ad ng.
    It i< also a l>-)k th.it is a ,
    sure to read aloud.
    THE STORY OF ISRAEL
    IN STAMPS
    by OstbrW and Maxim ^ha-nir
    Sabna Printing Company
    S4 vi HI paces.
    A most welcome addition to all
    libraries, in schools and homes
    :s this new book with excellent
    full color and duotone illustrations
    The history- of Israel is depleted
    in these colorful stamps and as all
    tamp collectors will agree Is-
    raeli stamps are extraordinarily
    beautiful. There are far too few
    hooks pubhshed on Israeli stamps
    *nd coins ;tnd this bv>k is most
    valuable as a reference source.
    A TOI ( II OF EARTH
    by Janina l>a\ id
    The ever present problem of
    mti-Semitiam and man's inhu-
    manity toward his fellow man is
    the angunhed silent cry woven
    through the pages of this gripping
    slender Without pits
    ai>p<'al for sympathy, the sut
    - ribes her flight from the d KJm
    ed Warsaw ghetto and her life in
    i Catholic Convent, where sh"
    found refuge under th
    new identi-
    +Jmisti Thrktktn
    ty and name of a Catholic child.
    This s-nsitive and moving auto-
    MograpMcsl narrative telLs the
    ItutlUU of war, as it touches every-
    one; the unchecked spread of dis-
    e ise. the agony of the suffering.
    the horrors of hunger, the tor-
    | ment of the intense heat or cold,
    the anguish of the dying and the
    hopelessness of the living. After
    he wss baptised, she had the
    dubious feeling that this WSS an
    act to be regretted. Even SO, the
    fear of discovery was ever-present.
    She was neve.- really sun when
    ir wlvre the end would COUM or
    her secret be revesdedi Father n a
    frightening to face, yet aha sur-
    vived Horn day to day. drawing
    strength from I 'tite inner soring of
    tge v. :th undimlnlshsd bops
    for better days to c >me
    Th:> l- a poignsnt and sad little
    but highly recommended as
    . ictual account, compsrable to
    the Anne Frank diary tun without
    an) historical psaaages Each des-
    criptive event stands out with the
    clarity ol < k*wel ll&s David
    shows i ht, understsnding
    ind compassion, even for her erne-
    miss.
    One can only hope that her new
    life ls much happier arvl Under so
    that the ltorrors of her childhood
    will fade with the passage of rime.
    This book is recommended for
    the mature young adult, especially
    those who are students of the Nazi
    era and holocaust
    Swim Party Barbeque Set
    Murray Solomon Post 243, Jew-
    ish War Veterans, and its Indies'
    Auxiliary' *"" hold a joint fund-
    raising swim |Mirty barbeque at
    the Suniland Motel. 8.1S5SW 12Sth
    st i IS 1 near the Serjx-ntariumi
    Sunday, beginning st 11:30 a.m.
    Tickets may be purchas-d at the
    door.
    Yom HooTzmout Celebration
    Pioneer Women Club 1 will CSkt-
    Lrate Yom Haat/maut in honor of
    Israel's 22nd anniversary with a
    noon luncheon in the Raleigh Ho-
    tel. 1777 Collins Ave.. Thursday.
    May 28 Harriet Green, president
    ol the Greater Miami Council of
    Pioneer Women, will l>e the guest
    s|- aker; chairman of tho event is
    Sophie Krant/
    Discussing plans for the Miami Beach Choi*
    donor dinner dance, to be held a, the vSXJ*,
    are (from left) Mrs. Emanuc'. y,.., T^
    Mrs. Harold Melnick. done chawVS
    Krivitzin. chapter financial secrete:. ~ y J?
    Mmtus. assistant chapter treat ::,: p'.^.^' J*
    wiU be contributed towai Is I ines?|
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    Illustrated by Barueh F.I run
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    A fascinating novel based on the
    BiblicsJ story of Deborah the Pro-
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    Vividly pictured and the story of
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    YAFX AND THE QUEEN OF
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    lllu-t ration* by Frindel.
    Trsmdated from the Hebrew
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    *Jewish ftcrodfiaw
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    LEGAL NOTICE
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    PB in the Cou ity Court- i
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    -JmUHrhrMiain
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    Legal notici
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    luun.- with tli.- Uerk ot
    ,,,u,i of Daie County,
    . ViILASS OKNTAl,
    ;.., 'i \tk.< r a.
    RIVSKIN AND
    CNBH I" A.
    ... Applicant
    i, nivd.
    :. I.1..S
    -:'ri
    NOTICE UNDER
    riTIOUS NAME LAW
    - iibrbuy oivb.n thai
    ,i desiring '" naajw
    ui iie'r the fictitious name
    BK I ILANH. M l,M
    ' '. Miami Beach, Fla In-
    ,,lll 1KIITIC W Mil lite
    . ircuH Court of Dadi
    :.,
    I'A *|i M.D., I' A.
    UiiSKIN AND
    l\\r:i; P a
    I, -,,,,>,,ant
    . Rlvd
    NOTICE UNDER
    ,TiOUS NAME LAW
    is liraiETtt ni\ EN thai
    L ,.! desiring to engagi :'
    hi it ill-- 11. tliH-ui- name of
    [l'TS at 6t:i Jefferson Avo-
    h intend i" rrgtoti r
    u ih the Clerk of th. Clr-
    null.- Cnauty. Florida
    i s SMrCKI.BR
    l\\B SMI'CKI.EK
    EPSTEIN
    Vpnlli ant*
    -, it-ns .-!-
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-786
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    .SVI.VIA SI.M' IX,
    Plaintiff,
    AJRKOJ D SIMON*,
    I lefejulunt
    ii I AHN< M l> SIM" >N
    i M......ssin P
    Monti, y, N. w '
    You, AHXI 'I I I SIM' >N nr. Ii. r, -l.v
    nnl Iflcd ill;,I ;i Kill "I Col it>'.
    i iree has be. filed :. ..,i t you,
    and you in r, iui serv. b ...pi
    ,,r \.>ur Anew, r or Plead v .
    Kill ,.f > 'nmnhtini ih< PI ilnliff >
    attorney, OBOKCE lill.llKKT Suit.
    l'-.-'. i in.- Lincoln Kd Bldg Mlnmi
    I-.. h, Florida m !' T \'o
    1312. mid m- i1 \-
    Pleading in tin- -: ii. id I hi i "l.-rk of
    Hi,- i in uii i "ourl r i fore Hi..
    Hnli da) nf .lulu-. I!'7" If v iu fall I"
    il.. SO, jU'l'^ni' I III'
    laki againsi j "u f>r ili' relief de-
    manded in Ihi I till "I < 'm iln Inl
    Till* noHi shall I-- |'U.....
    aril w i. for foul sc< Utivi
    ni TH1-: JEWISH FMiRIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED ul Miami
    i-'i'-i-uin. ilii~ lal da] f Maj A D
    1970
    E B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit "ourt, Dade "oui I j Plot Ida
    By: I- SNEE1 >K.N
    11- .iit > i i. rk
    ii 'Iri'Ull "ourl Seall
    UI> iH( IE HLHBRT
    Suiti :"-"' we I.I.....In Rd RMg,
    Miami !' h PI.....la
    T.I So S3S-4312
    ailoroey for Plaintiff
    S-U-B-28
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY.
    No. 70-7565
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN UK PETITION OK
    l!"\\'.\ltl> BERNARD KCNZ
    FOR AJ> il'TI' IN OK
    PR ED JAMES I.K'i.VK, A.
    MALE MINOR
    TO FRED ANTHONY LEONE
    I'll L>" \\ ill. i- Itoad
    Ml., it-..n. Long Island
    Kev V'.i-k
    You, FRED ANTHONY LEONE,
    i" hereby notified thai .-i Petition
    for Adoption ,.t your minor child
    PRKD JAMES l.K' INE han I......
    In Hi- i "In un 'ourl of ih.-
    i venth Judli ial Clrcull in and for
    I Mil.- < '-uin s. FViridn, and you are
    .....ii. .1 to -M' a opj .-f your
    \nswer or pleading lo said Pelltion
    ii plaintiff* attorney, I R. MAYERS,
    122(1 South .Miami Av< Hue, Miami,
    Florida niM, i.....'lie H.....rij.-i.ial
    v r or plendlnR in the office i,f
    | ih<- Clerk "f ili. i'ir. un i-..\iri ..ii or
    Ihi ll daj nf June, l7 II
    -.--U fall i" do wi, Judgment hj :.. ii 11 will be taken nirainal you for
    Ihi relief demanded in the notition.
    ti"' Mhnll i" publlroi 'l -I'-t-
    . h iveek for four i-omiei'Utlve u/eeka
    Tin: JEWISH PI IRIDIAN
    l'"\l-: AM) ORDBRED III Miami.
    la, ihi- -Mh day "f April, 1970.
    i: B. I.EATHERMAN, Cli rk
    i ''ir.-uii Court. 1'ail, County, Florida
    Bj c P. i"i'i:i.\\i.
    Deputy Clerk
    ' PI IIII i '"111-- S. all
    R MAYKRS
    122*1 Souili Miami Avenuo
    Miami, Florida 33130
    i T.-l 371-1128
    Attorney f"r Petitioner
    :. 1-8-15-W
    LEGAL NOTKE _____
    'iTTthE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1189 B FRANK B. DOWLING
    in RE: Ratal* "f
    .rust: HI'MBBRTO PADIL.I.A
    ALMEIDA, a I. a
    JOSE HCMnERTO PAD11.LA
    n.'-.-ased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Cradltora and All Perxon* Hav-
    ing Claims or Dantanda Agalnat Said
    Batata:
    \nu arf*Twr^'by in.i ii i.-il and requir-
    ed t" preaenl an> .-laims anil demanda
    which you may have againat the aa-
    lat.- of JOSE HI'MBERTO I'AIMI.I.A
    ALMEIDA de.-.a.-.d late "f I ; County, Florida to the Conuty Judge*
    .f bade Cuunty, and file ih. i nue
    in duplicate ami a.- provided m
    Section 733.IB, l-'lnri'la Statute*, ill
    their offices in the Count} Courthousi
    in Dade County, Florida, within six
    . al'inlai- months from il" time of
    the first publication heraof, or the
    same a ill be barri 'I
    I i. .1 at -Miami. Florida, Ihls 27tb
    day of April. All .:i7"
    MARIA I'AIHI.I.A KODRIOl'BS
    a- Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the l.-i day "i Ma*', 1970.
    SID.N EY i:i- R< >NSON
    ai iiiii. v for Admlniatratrla
    B12 Ainsley Ituilding
    .Miami, Florida 38132
    :. l-R-15-22
    LEGAL NOTKE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1510Clark
    In RB: Estate of
    l.i HIS \\ KINKlt
    I iecaaaed,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All I're.lii'Ts and All Persons Ha
    in^ i'laims 'r Demands Against >'
    ESata li
    Von ai-.- hereby notifU n and r
    quired i" present any claims and 'I
    mainls \> hi .-Ii \"u may have nga
    the .-int.- ..I l.oris WBIXER -
    ,.ns.il late of Dade County, Florid
    t.. the County Judges nf Duda Counl
    and file tli, same In duplicate ai I
    | a* pro^ Mi 'I Ii Section 7:::: in. Flora
    8tatuu*s, In their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade Cuunty, l-1- -
    ; ri'la, within siv calendar month" '"
    ih. time of the first pubiica.ll
    hereof, or tin same will be barred
    Dated at .Miami. Florida, this I" i
    daa of May, A i> i: t
    RITA l: WBINEU,
    Execull'bl ot Hi, Estate ">
    l.nris IVELNER, I > 'l
    First puhlli-atlon of Ibis iwttii'e
    the 13 day ..f .May. l7fl
    W All Ai'lC N MAER
    A i torney for l-Afui ri\
    41-:. Hi-. a\ n. Building
    .Miami. Fla 33130
    r, ir.-.-.'-L".' '
    NOTICE OF
    *EMOUSEMAN8 SALE
    [IS IIERK1IY CIVKN thai '>
    hapter til of l-'l.....la -tat-
    kotated (1541) Wanh.'Use- I
    War. house Kcelps wll'-ll- I
    V\N 1JTNBB Florida nor-
    [l. niue i>( its warehouse
    - po-nes-lon the foil""-
    lil.. V.i-,.,I jo.kI* as the propert3
    Bdmtrd Orolts whose
    nldresa was tut V. l* St,
    lli.ie Florida and that on
    of June. IS7 durnit! the
    .,i*. mainly I.e'ii
    n And 2:00 in the after-
    N W MM Avmue.
    Drida the undersigned shall
    glli -. the highest bld.br for ;
    ni the aiM.ve described pro.
    a. ,i Mr- Edaaard itr....k-
    Ml mi, Florida, this Jrtth [
    976
    riCE BY PUBLICATION
    CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    No 70 8993
    JUIT FOR DIVORCE
    'i LBS,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,.
    FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO. 70-7405
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    VVl INXE ASKEW,
    Plaintiff,
    WILLIAM M ASKEW, .III.
    Defendant __
    Vng WILLIAM M. ASKEW, JR.,
    of 111 Cavalier Boulevard, AparimenI
    C-6, I'i.rt*mouth. Virginia 23701 ara
    required t" serve a copy of your
    Answer t" |he Complaint 'or IM-
    Yor.-.- on DAVID M OOXSHAK, At-
    torney (or 1-l.ii.it ill. U"7 X.W. Till
    Sir., t. Miami. Florida 33125, and file
    an original Answer in thi i <......(
    th Clerk of Hi. Circuit Court on or
    before ih.- mtli .i: of June, 1870, or
    I Default will b. entered againat
    van
    " Dated, this 1st day of May. 1!'7".
    I-: 11 LKAT HERMAN
    Clerk, 'IrcuH Court
    1 aide ''"ini'\ Florida
    By: C 1" C< PEI*AND
    Deput) Clerk
    5 8-15-22-2*
    IE IA LBS
    Drive
    Bfill. South Carolina
    AYE LYLE8. are nereb)
    that a I'omplainl l"r Ol-
    i. ii riled againat you, ><]
    ri-quired to aerve a cops ol
    i. r or I'liwdiug t" thi l "iii-
    ihe Plalntlffa mitorney, A. \
    liRI'CKBR, 2I2-' Blarayne ,
    . .Miami. Florida, S11S1 ;'"'
    IkIui l Answer or pleadlag
    ,, ,,( the Clerk of th. t it
    ' .-. ,.r before th. -jlth (la)
    . ;' If you f-'il I" 'I" o.
    i.. default will '" t'1-'"
    mi (or the relief demanded
    molallll
    lli shaH be pul'li-hed ""
    k t..r tour iwnsecutlve tvi eks
    JEWISH FI/lRIDIA.N
    AND ORDERED at Miami.
    iliv ..( May A 1> l:iT".
    . LBATHERMAX. Clfrtt
    Court, Dade <'..uiit> Florida
    iu L. BNBEDEN
    I "nuty Clerk
    nurt Seal)
    \\ DRDCKER
    . Blvd.
    |." '., I '.i 17
    Plaintiff
    5 '52-29 8 .-'-
    _: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    itNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    |ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    /IL ACTION No. 70 047
    TICE BY PUBLICATION
    [)SI ril SII.I.OSK Y.
    ft.
    tll>' 'SKY
    E
    VI SI I'I "SKY
    ai'!..... I'ul.nown ,,.,,.,,
    ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    .mi lalnl for Divorce has
    iinst you and you are
    -..I'lir.ii in aerve a ftps' "t
    ..... t., -,i"l Complaint on
    f, uiorneys. FAI'NCK. KINK
    MAN, IBM iN.iigress lluildr.ig.
    [Florida M1M, aa* I" 'J""
    Answer in the office Of the
    [ th, Clrcull Court an or be-
    14th day ( June, lffla, oth.r-
    efaull will be aaCered against
    _ at Miami. Klorldii this l>th
    ay, l*7,
    [E. n LEiATHERMAN
    I Clerk of Circuit Court
    U> ,- p r> IpBl .AND
    Ii. iniiy Clerk
    5 82-M ''-
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 70-7972
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Rl iSEMARY Ml'SCARBfJJ
    PI.....titf
    ANTHONY \irs.'M:i:i.l.i
    | le(. '-,1.1111
    Th WTIIONY JIl'SCAREU.I
    p. hldetii e L'nknoa n
    You! ANTHONY MI'SCARW.I.I.
    ..... hereby notified lhal a Rill of
    lomnlaint for Divot hit- been t'.'-'i
    against you, and >ou ar. r..|uired to
    >,rv. a ropy of your Atutwer or
    Pleading lo the Bill of oraplalnt on
    the Plaintiffs attorney, ZEMF.K
    K M-TMAS AND 2BMEU 0 Lin-
    ,..|.i lto,l. Miami Beach, Florida
    . ,,,l file ih.' orlgit al Answer or
    Pleading In the offlci ol the I lerk ol
    Hi. Clrcull Court on oelore ine
    MM day of June, l7 f you ft.
    . do so, lu-ls-nvm by default will
    i.. :..' n aguinsl n (or the reiiet
    demanded in the lull ol ninlauit
    This notice shall l publ shed once
    . ,, I, w.-.k for four coni. utlve weeks
    , thi: Jewish rLOKrpiAN.
    noXK AND at Miami.
    Florida, ihls 1th day ol Maj A D
    '"'" i: B l BATHBRM VN. Clerit
    Circuit Court, Dado tlounty, Florida
    [tj I. SMllll'EN
    Deputy Cli rk
    (Clrcull Court Seall .,,.,...,
    ZKMKL. K M'FMAN and /.I-..MI.L
    4jn i.nnoln Road
    Miami "< h, Floi da
    Attorney* for Plaintiff ___ri_....._.,
    NOTICE UNDER
    [CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    I'l". IS HEREBY CIVKN that
    ersifiied, dealrina to encase
    >-- under the fictltlou* name
    ''"IN ROAD PROPERTIES
    Embaaay Apts.. B7M Collins
    \pt A M'ami Beack
    'Intend to register said name
    ' 'ik of the Circuit Court
    L County, Florida.
    KENNETH HOKOLeKY
    MAN SOKOL8KY, his wife
    i WEISS, ROSE* ARK IN
    ts for
    p'" S"K BOKOLSKY, his wife
    6/1-8-13-:^
    NOTICE OF ATTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 70-7301
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LORRAINE M DeVITO,
    Plaintiff,
    i.i.i is JOHN DeVITO, JR.
    T1',''lV.';'l's'.|ollN DeVITO. JH.
    | i.-t. n.lnllt
    y.-4 Baal Eighth Streel
    Cheater, Pennsylvania
    Vu LOUIS JOHN I*. VIT<.>:...''";
    an- hereby notified (hat B I .1 of
    Florida, this IIUi 'I'V "f Aml1
    ':':"k b i.KAT.iKnMVN CHtrk.^
    --"^;:'u(.,.'o.;K'v:^NuH'',,'
    beaut) Clerk
    ,Cit-,'Uit COUrt Seal"
    ARTHCRS DA\lt.
    .-,..-, Palm Sl-rlnKs M,11
    HUleah, Florida I80l
    AI torney for Plaintiff ,..,-....
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO. 70-7445
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    RB: ADOPTION OP FOLLOWING
    MINOR CHILDREN:
    JOHN D.W1I> RODUENBERRY,
    THOMAS .MARK RODDENBERRY,
    and
    PA1 I. STEPHEN RODDENBERRY,
    TO: MR. THOMAS RODDENBERRY
    P.< i. Box 1192
    Ft. .Mvers. Florida
    TOD AI'.E HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that 1L\Y DONBHOO. is applying for
    (he adoption of the following minor
    children: JOHN D.WIO RODDEN-
    BERRY THOMAS MARK RODDEX-
    BERRY. and I'All. STEPHEN ROD-
    DBNBBKRY, that he is married to
    the natural mother Of said minor
    children, and that he has filed his
    Petition ("r Adoption in the Circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida, if
    vim hay any objections to same, you
    are to file satin- m the office of the
    Clerk of the Clrcull Curt and a
    cony t" Petitioner's attorney, IttwiN
    O CHRISTIE, at Suite MM, Roberts
    Building. 28 West Flagler Street,
    Miami. Florida, on or before ine -<
    day of May, 1070, Failure lo 'l" no
    ma) result In 'he Adoption being
    I to RAY DONBHOO.
    This notice shall be published one.-
    . ,.'i week for four consecutive weeks
    [hi li:w 1SH Fl ORID1AN
    DONE AND ORDBRED al Miami,
    Florida, on this Mth day of April.
    E r- LEATHERS'.*.*;, Clerk
    i ii. lilt Curt
    I. ide County.. Plot Ida
    Bj MAHOCBRITE KENT
    Deputy Clerk .^^
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1536
    In RB: Estate ..(
    I mth KORNBLCM
    ""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" Ml Creditors and All I". .sons llav-
    Ing Claims or Demands Agamat s.n.i
    ! 'Vi'.u are hereby notified and re.iuir-
    ,.| to present any claims and damanda
    hich you nia.N have againat the
    ,;,,,. .IACOII IsOHNIll.r.M '!-
    ..as. .I Int. of Pad. Cunty. Horula
    i, th. same in duplicate and as
    provided In Section 7SS.18 Florida siat
    ut.s. in their offices in -he ""'">
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
    ' wVihln -ix calendar months from the
    -,', ,.f the first publication hi reof,
    .. the same will h.- hawed.
    ,K,...l at Mlttml. Florida, this 30th
    ,iay of April. A D. I8i
    RAB B KORNBLCM
    As Exei utrlx
    l-ir-t puhllcallon of Ihls notice on
    .., Mh da) of May, !?" .
    -IM.iN. HAYS C.ltlNI.WI.R..
    tttorni v- for Executrix
    (11 Alnslej BWg.. Miami, Fla.^ .,,(
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 82581-C
    IN RB: Estate of
    >\ sciU'CHALTER,
    '" NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE A PPL IC AT ION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is herel.v given that 1
    have filed my Fmal Report and Peti-
    i,..n for Distribution and 1 -u.ai ins-
    hirge as Baeoutor of lh -';- "
    vJvSI'IM'CIIAl.TKI!. de.-.ased: and
    Sal on the Bfth daj ol May. IW.
    will awdv to the Honorable Count]
    Ti g,s of Had.- County, Florida, for
    ,U|,.| -aid Final Report and
    for lirii.uti.u and final ,**
    a- Executor of the eatate of the above-
    .,,..i Seoedent. TMa rd day of
    A"r"' ,97?VSCARSCHCLTZ
    ill MM.OTTE J. BARKAN
    Attorney ....
    ii ii Ainsley Hulldmg
    Muuiii. Floi-lda ,,.,-,.._.;.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is m.i:i:ii\ c,i\ i-.n thai
    Ih. uiid.rslune.l. desiring Jo engage
    ! ,,,.i.,,-.. under the fictitious name
    .. MKl.lN FASHIONS at 1148 Weal
    Ft.,,--r Street, MtafBl. Kl"-"';' -
    ,, ,^,N to ..-mi-" said ...... th-
    , .. the rireull C.mrl I Dad.
    cIbeW/>R!d.v fashion, inc.
    1 Its Weal Flag* r str.. i
    .Miami. Florida
    PETER M l.oi'EZ
    attorney for applicant
    il- Ainsley Bid! Miami j.j.jg.i,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
    the undersigned, duairlng lo engage
    in business under the fictitious num.
    of i;ai.A\Y STCDI08 al S NI-'. 17th
    St Miami. Fla. ml.mis in register
    said name uitli tin- Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit "ourl ol Had. county. Florida,
    ROBERT M. WARD
    ENTERPRISES. INC.
    by: Robert M. Ward. President
    .-,'1-8-15-22
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70-1579 BLANTON
    lii RE: Estate of
    ALFRED <: ANDERSON
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
    You ar.- hereby notified and requir-
    ed t>. nrest ni any claims and demand*
    win. h you ma.v have against the ea-
    tate of ALFRED < ANDERSON de-
    ceased lat. of Dade County, Florida,
    to (he County Judges of Dade County.
    1 and file the sain, in duplicate and as
    provided In S.-.-lion TtS.K Florida
    I Statutes, in tbelr offlcua in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade county, Flo-
    rida, within sis calendar months from
    th.- time of th.- first publication here-
    of, or the some will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this -'.tli
    da) of April. AH. I"""- ......
    1.II.MAN BROTHERS
    a- Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    the Mh day "f May. 1970.
    SOL ALEXANDER
    Attorney for Executrix
    19 w. si Flagler Street, Suite :il.
    ;, 1-1&.22-29
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 70-7727
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    M \l:' A I" il.' IRES DCARTE,
    Plaintiff.
    EFlt.MN DCARTB,
    Defendant
    TI KIT. UN DC \KTE
    R. sldence unknown
    You. BFRAIN DCARTE, are li"--
    hv iiotlfi.d that a Hill of Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed against
    you, and you are required to serve a
    .,., nf youi Vnswer or Pleading to
    the Hill of Complaint on the I lain-
    ,,,'fs attorney, SIDNEY EFRONSON
    rti-' Ainsley Building, Miami. Florida
    SJIJJ and file the original Answer or
    Pleadinc hi the office of the lerk
    of the Circuit court on or netore
    th. 5th day -1 June, 970. If you faH
    lo do so. ju.l.ni-nt by default will he
    I taken against you for the relief B-
    manded in th. lull '' "mnlaint.
    This notice shall published once
    each w.-.k for four consecutive'weeks
    in THE JEWISH K!.olMIH...V .
    DONE AND ORDERED at ,'>''
    Florida, this SOth day -.r April A V
    "' E B LEATHERMAN.ci.ru
    Circuit Court. Had. CuntV. Florida
    By MAROCBRITB KENT
    li. nuty ii rk
    (Circuit Court Heal)
    SIDNEY EFRONSON
    B12 Ainsley Ituilding
    .Miami. Florida
    f rtorne] for Plalntlfl ,, ^
    ATTENT!0?4
    ATTORNEYS!
    solicits your legal notice*
    We appreciate youi
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at iega)
    rates .
    Dial 373- tt#5
    foe mewerflet serHce
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
    CASE NO. 70-8607
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    FELIX I. ALVALLES
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    AM ADA AI.VAl-l.l'.S
    Defi ndanl
    TO: AW AD A AL.VALLES
    MM Aldus Street, Apartmenl in,
    lll-onx :.:.. N.w \ ..rk
    TOU ARE NOTIFIED that an n
    lion for divorce has ......i filed again
    you and you are required 10 ierve
    copy "f your written defense*, if an
    to it on E PA.CL HEATTY. Plaintil'i -
    attorney, arhoaa address is io:i Sc;
    Is.ld Huildinc. Miami. Florida. 331: -
    on or before June 17. I'.'T". and fl
    th,. original with the clerk ot ti
    ,-ourt either before aarvlce on Pial -
    ilfi's attorney or immediately there-
    after; oUierwIae a default will be -
    ter.-d against you for Ihe relief t
    minded in lb'- Complaint.
    WITNESS tny hand and the si '
    of this Court on May 13, 197*.
    E I! I BATHRRMAX
    as ci.-rli of the i 'ourt
    By c, p. copra AND
    as Penut) Clerk
    -, ir..22-S I "
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 70-8684
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    .li ISEPH1NE VINCENT,
    Plaintiff,
    RICHARD VINCENT,
    11, fendant
    TO: RICHARD VINCENT
    i:-::7 Bdti m ml SI reel
    An.in ni -'t No. 10"
    Hollywood, 'alifornia
    vm ARB HEREBY mtified th -
    ., Comnlalnl for Divorce ha.- hi
    'ih .1 ngalnsl you, and you art her"
    i,v required lo serve a copy "t you -
    answer or other pleading lo the Cot
    plaint "ti Ihe Plalntlffa attorn
    l BPTBR IMM5BRS, whose nddrt -
    ,^ MM N VV 17th Avi "ii", Mian
    Florida 331 IS, and file the orlgl
    with th. Clerk of the above styl
    Court, on or before th. HUB rla>
    .lune. ::.7" or a Default ill i.....
    lei-e.l aaninsl you. _
    D\TEI> this 13th dav of May. Is
    I-:, iv i e.\tiii:i:man
    i ]. .-u .,f Circuit '"Urt
    Bj alAROITSRTTE KENT
    Deput}' I "lerk
    i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 85542
    George T. Clark
    1 in RB: Batati of
    : ISIIS'U KRETCIIMER
    Dc'i-aaed
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION AND
    FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is hereby given thai re
    h..v, tiled our Final R.-noi-t and P -
    titi,.'i f..r Distribution ami Final Dis-
    charge a- Executors nf the estate '
    ISIDOR KRETCHMER and that
    the mi, day of June, 1870, will app
    to the Honorable Count) Judgei
    Dade County. Florida, for anpno
    nf sold Final Report and for distribu-
    tion ami final dts. ham. a Bxecutn -
    "( thi eatate of the abov. I
    Jei oil. in Tl iv 1st dav nf May 187 ,
    \iri:i:\"i k'RRTCHMBR
    N.'UMA K. I INDENUHTRO
    I C 'N A KI'STKIN
    Al '"in. >
    i ,;,, i .in. ,.'ii Road
    I), I,, Florida "I38 n ,.,_._
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 70-839
    in RE Estate of
    ISREL JANOWTTZ
    a k a IRA INQ YANOWIT7.
    I ?, ase'l
    To Ml cr. dltors And All Persons Ha -
    Ing claims Or Demand! Against Ba I
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and Armani -
    which vou mav have ugaiust the es-
    tate Of ISREL JANOW1T7. a 1, -
    IRVING VASiHVITZ deceased la'e
    'of Dade county, Florida to the Coun-
    ts Judgi s of bade county, and ii
    the same in duplicate and as provid-
    ed iu Section 733.lt, Florida Statut.-
    1 in their offices In the Countt Court-
    house In I>ad.- County. Florida, withe,
    -.ix calendar months from the time of
    the first publloatfam hereof, or lite
    sum.- will be barred.
    1.; led at Miami. Florida, thi
    dn\ "f Mav AD. 1870.
    KMI1.Y .1ANOWIT7.
    As Administratrix
    First Publication of this no;
    the tth 'lav Of May. IOT0,
    SAM W. KIJ1INFF.1.D
    Attorney for Udmlntstratrw
    :,is nines s ne Huilding.
    Miami, KlotioaMUO t.1$*i-M


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