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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1970

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 26, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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

Full Text
"Oewish IFlLoridliaiin
Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 43 Number 26
Miami, Florida Friday, June 26, 1970
Two Sections Price 23c
Soviet J ews Arrested iS-Demand* concessions
In Plane Hijack 'Plot'
In Return For Warplanes
LOND" S JTA1 The homes
mi,il Sot at cities
b> ded and lean i>. :
ordJi | i :
re fri Moscow, and eight
I ningi. lews w i- arm ng the
asted Ii wu not
ii' \'- thi r il.- action was
in,, i ti..n u ith a
i hijai k a
' I It I A::
't ..- juei com i"
light
According to n brief account
i iiuit on the l.i. I, |i.ii;. of a
newspaper in Moscciw'h puldic
library the l-eningradHkaya
Pravda. which is not sold In
Mimtoh' hi.I di-s no) accept
MltxM-riution* from foreigners
"A group of i r m11 : I trying to
*-i* a rf-heduled airplane was
pun 'i. iuI.-.i The at or; did not
lilculit, tin- group, lu.vini r.
A reporl scow
i.: P. rnard Gun n
i
ii gi .1 hljai !.. i m< d< i Mi -
Isov. who i
Will
I. s. i il>- .! .i- ... ish
Mi s. Kuznetsi a ,i l> ;i active
in Riga. Mi Gwertzn in was
told, trying to get pcrmissii >n foi
Jews t.i migt ate to I i ael
The Times riispati h idi ntifk .1
s. v. n .if tin- ,1. ws ai i. s|, il al
home or uii. in Leningrad by
their last names Kaminsky,
Korenblit, Chernoglas, Butman,
Drezner, V, ..man ami Mogi ,.\
er Hauls ami searches wen said
I." nui I wen i .;.":;! .
have '.ii n rider the
Fcdi i al onCi imii alCodi irticie

OfS ct
nt ranges from ]
nl
Protest demonstrations which
ill take place in front of the
Soviet emhssnies in Sew York.
Philadelphia and several <>thT
cities an- present!) in tin- plan-
nlng stage.
Two American organizations
working in behalf of Soviet Ji-
ry haw condemned the arrest
as i "pretext fur repressing
emigration demands. The inci-
Continued en Psae 12-A
CONCENTRATE THEIR FIRE
Egyptian Forces Change Tactics
TEL AVIV iJTAl A mili-
tary spokesman has rejiortiil
that Egyptian forct-s aiv chang-
ing their tail us in order to
adapt to t;i- continuing Israeli
aerial bombardment of their
(-ittons ;i.i>tik Hie Suez Canal
line, now in its f if tin week He
laid ttVy conccntrale their fin-
al a specific point on the Israeli
side of the waterway, then
quickly shift to another point
[smell and Egyptian forces
< ngaged in an artillery and mor-
tar duel acn>ss the Suez Canal
Sunday night in which Israeli
gunners scored a direct hit on
the enemy's mortar position, sot-
ting it afire Israel suffered the
ins* oi three soldiers in Egyp-
tian ban ages over tin- weekend.
Israeli planes staged a half-
hour rai.i Monday on Arab ter-
rorist bases on tin- slopes of
Mount Hermon east of the
ll.it/liini River in southeast
Conser\alives \ ictory
Is Unlikely To Affect
Israel British Relations
JERUSALEM IJTAl The
inset sailvi Party's upset vic-
tory is seen hart as unlikely to
alter Israel's relations with the
United Kingdom Political clr-
. I. s here bi licvc that II Hi' D
any change at all in Brit
policy toward the Middli East
.onflut, it will be better from
Israel"! (x.mt o| \ I. w || i
bet SUSS t:ii TOI i' s '' moi.
s nsitivc about Soviet penetra
ti .n of th< n gion
Premier QaMa Melr cabled
WSJ SB congratulations .mil ......I
wishes to Britain'* new Prime
MinKter. Edward lleuth. "It i-
nith particular pleasure that I
reeall your \Uit to Israel laal
year," she added, "ami I am con-
fident that under >our dl*tin-
..niNln-d leadership Britain's re-
latioiiH with Israel will continue
t" develop on the loiindiil ions
of mutual constructive friend-
ship."
Haan tz, the independent dally
declared, "It hi a fair sat
lion that a Tor) tnenfs
views on the need to curb the
S Met incursion Into the Middle
I ast and the Persian Gulf will
l>- nuin vigorous than those ot
the Laboi government and will
find expression at the Unit .1
Nations, In the Pour Power talks
and in contacts between Wash-
ton and Mom', iu
Polil ical ci cles here point)'!
out that despite the extremel)
cordial n lations that i Kist i-
tween Britain's Labor Part) and
Israel's, there has always been
a \.is< liscrepancy between I-i-
Ikh 's s> mpathj toward Isi ai I
and its performance while in
. ffice Its n cut refusal to sell
Chieftain tanks to Israel was
politically expedient, it was
not. d.
(me ol the feu icpn ssing re-
gret over Mr, Wilson's defeat al
the polls was the Hlstadrut
newspaper Davar, which said,
"Fi i all the disappointments ls-
l.-lel has BUffen d 11 olll the Wll-
son government, one cannot but
feel regret over the British
election n suits They do not
nccessaril) reflect the Conserv-
atives' victory, hut rather the
failure ol the Laoor Party." it
said
Greville Jann r s n of Lord
Continued >n P9* 3-A
Lebanon; in Jordan. Kl Fatah
terrorists admitted the grenade
attack on a tourist bus in He-
bron and also took credit for the
rocket attacks on Beisan and
Daynma in the North Jordan
Valley on Sunday.
The bodies of eight Egyptian
soldiers killed in two raids on
the Israeli side of the canal last
month were returned to Egypt
this week under the auspices of
the International Red Cross
They wi re returned at Ismaeli-
yah it was reported.
The Dead Sea i>otash plant at
Sdi in. was the target of a rocket
attack but there were no casu-
alties or damagei a military
spokesman said The Arab guer-
rilla Killed Friday night in an
encountei with an Israeli patrol
south oi the Damiyah Bridge
u.is sai.i to in- carrying bazooka
siii lls and small ai ms
Denominational Differ In
Attitude Toward Israel
AMSTERDAM (JTAi Dif-
i. n no s ol opinion regarding
Israel among various Christian
den initiations have emerged
In Holland n was reported.
\ statement attacking Israel
and Zionism was published t)> a
Roman Catholic organization
headed bv Cardinal Bernhard
Alti ml- a liberal. The Catholic
newspaper, rv TIJd, however,
criticized the statement, which
tiMik the position 'hat Israel's
Law of Return should be abol-
ished and the right ol Palestin-
ian refugees to return to their
homes acknowledged and that
the Palestinians should recog-
nize the existence of a Jewish
ntitv In the Middle East. The
Protestant Synod adopted a fa-
v treble report on the Jewish
people bj a '"s 10 vote, and ex-
press) .1 ta suppoi i for Israel.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ao oi l-
:. nati
the Unit) d States is ci.
ions from I-
i-i return for making i
Am< rican war] im s av ailabl) .
a condition said to be in the
interest ol i ao ith th At
This development was said to
havn be> n th> t i >l a I >|
'
,'.' d ih-i a i. sponsible for the
lent oi cancellati
the major foi ;j.\i policy B|
; gn Minister Ab
was reported to have pre|
for delivery to the Kn.ss.t Mon-
day.
TIim Israeli Kmiiass\ in Wash-
ington ills, laimed au\ knowledge
of a secret < abtaset meeting, and
told the JTA Mr. ffibaa was to
have delivered a l>tld|;et Speech.
\\ .i-Inin;I.in Post correspondent
Stephen Klaidman\ had reported
from Jerusalem thai Mr. Khan's
sieech was to stress Israel's wil-
lingness to hold indirect talks.
possibly through the i.N.'s spe-
cial envoy, Ouniuur V. barring.
liefore ultimate direct talks are
held, in an elfnrt to emphasi/.e
Israel's flexibility.
Thi' United States is trying to
get Israel to agree to a o asn
fire with Kgyi't along the Suez
Canal, diplomatic sources said,
anil to withdrawal from thi 0C-
i territories as i'.'irt of a
; a. 11 ii im nt.
etary of State William P.
i xjiected to am
. ix m Administrati n'
on the sale nt add I
to isi ai I tins week, an I t
.1 the annoi i
.; ass what ha
:.s Ami i lea's ::. w
toward i
- ttlemi nt in th
The State Department an-
Bounced that America's "ki-v
allies'* will lie notified in ad-
vance ol the administration's de-
cision, which is expected to be
made public in a press confer-
ence this Week, prior to Se< re-
tar\ Rogers' departure tor a
tWO-Week visit to Asia.
State Department spokesman
Carl Bartch replied to a report
published in the Beirut news-
paper Al Anwar which alleged
that the U S. government was
Involved in las! week's plot
nst the government of Libya
iu a statement which read: "We
categorically deny any I'.S. in-
volvement In Libya's internal af-
fairs, and in view of the U S.
desire for continuing friendly
relations with Libya, we deplore
the publication of this tali
charge "
Arabs Hold 'Summit*
Meeting In Tripoli
LONDON OTA i An im-
promptu Arab summit meeting
was held Saturday in Tripoli,
ostensibly to celebrate what one
Libyan official called the re-
moval of a poisoned dagger from
the Arabs' back" the evacua-
tion ot the last American forces
from the huge Wheelus Air
Force Base in Libya
The seven Arab heads of state
anil lesser leaders gathered in
Tripoli to try to coordinate war
activities and est iblish peace in
their own camp included Presi-
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser of
'. King lloss, in oi Ji i
Pri sklent > 'hai Ii s Helou of I b-
anon. Syria's Presidt nl Noured-
din Aiassi. President Hassan El
I'.akr of Iraq and President Ab-
del Rahman Iryani ol Y. men.
'I h. ii host was t;.n Muammer
ycdlmffi. chief ol Libya's ruling
military junta
President Nasser reportedly
urged hs fellow-Arabs to shoul-
der more of the burdens of war
against Israel to relieve Egyp-
tian tnrccs on the Sue/ (anal
front. But according to reliable
sources, the Arab leaders gave
most ol their attention to end-
ing the fend between King Hus-
sein's regime and the Palestinian
guerrillas, which two weeks ago
erupti-l into fivi- days ol blood)
fighting iu Jordan.
Among the other subjects be-
lieved to iiavi n discussed at
the Tripoli gathering the big-
gest It: the AraU world since last
D cember's abortive su
rence In Rabat, Moroo >
u i- the question o: Amei ica's
supplying war planes to Is: i
Lt. Col. Saleh Al-Farjan.
commander of Libya's All r
alleged that the Wheelus Bas i
had been used to train Zionists
on Arab soil and declared that .:
had played a io?e In the At
Israel War of June. 1967
Army Officer s

Easter Message
Draws Fire
NEW YORK (JTAI
American Jewish Congress is
called on the Army to stop
ing i I'ligious appeals to troops
in Vietnam "as a means ol ad-
\ a cing the goals of the st I
George Soil, chairman ol thi'
Congress' Commission on I.aw
and Social Action, wrot) a
ter to the Department of I
Ai" n lecting its spokean
explanation ot a Vietnam ,
manaer's Raster message to his
troops which compared U.S
:. t \ ntion in Vietnam u ith
"Christ's own struggle to oblit-
ei ati v il in the world."
The AJ( oncritw tir%t wrote
to Army Secretary StaaJe) K.
Kt~or to protest .vi a j. Gen. v.. B.
Boberta' (First < avalrv Division.
Airmobile) Itaisiw msssage ti>
hi> troops ill thi- field.
The reply, from Col. C. P.
Ii '. chief of thi' Army'q
Personnel Services Division
Continued on Pa^e ; ? \


Page 2-A
* Jmlst rkrMtor
Friday. June 28
1970
Study Reveals Increase Hollywood Temple
Names Kronisn As
In Fund-Raising Results Executive Director
A study ill.st p !;* J tiy til.
^ ijuikiI ul Jovkish K*l< rations aiid ;
ve|f*n> KuikIs rvwals thai seven ,
f"*th.- ff IWi^Wry J. wi-h f.- titt fund-ianting aii;ti* have
aubled th-ir li*;*', nailiilaillim
ta's. Miami, it a/af leveilkL led
II th- way. raising more thai
m. s trw sum iuuti il>ut. it in 1966
ist y-ar.
Using 1966 as an imUx tasv of
10% U* CJKVVK Statist i<-- Unit
IK>rts. the 1969 n suits w.rv as
hUowa: IOunt,2S2; Toronto. :T..
>t_ Louis. ZJ: IT Tiwlji. NJ..
-IS; Montnal. I'll; Htnlau. l|>iia..
. 13. and Los Angt-k-s. 200.
According to the study. J.msli
U;at-u rami-ai^n* in 102 citk-s
>r lUJOs nicular local, national
rd ivrs.'4s nerds ai" tor tle I>-
i Kmtrg-nc> Fund have toppvl
i >jmii House Set At
ItMel Day Sehool
The new ly-fornv d tswM Com-
unity IViy S. h.n .\ u| >i .1 I ,n
pea hauaa -it .is paeaaal facilities
. .!!;. Bath Sstoiorn 1735 M n -
- St. 11 ii >Dad, in.Mii 10
-' pea Sun.1 .\
The H has
.
- first through sin

I of 10
i.hi'Vn
sol) be avail
TTii
'
I in meet the in Is
Brow ird | i
m with th

of Dr. ; '
I
''-. i :. AU il J.
aer, 1 v id
"5 tr.ut-1
ud Mrs Mil ii i I
th< 'M
h,- S14&83X,0ia mark, refk-etinc Sydney D Kronish. welr-kn
m increase <>( jx.H' over the gift* atim I and p
made b> the same c "iinbutora in i i militant v.ho baa .i n
1969 'Pit "f'ff* 7*lrtf*s raised
total of Slb*i.xtt..v>l last year, it
mas repotted. talf 6MC< hav
nntrd>utet to dab? this year.
The Greater Miami Jewbdi Fi-
iUod's 1970 Combinad Jeadah
Aivel Isi-ael HntorpMy I'mni
i'n;iaien was one ol 47 communi-
ty campalgiii exceeding the final
totals ,if I9ti9 thas Car. Miami is
ana of Balttfi which have already
soaadMl tlv highest totals in
th.-ir history
serving :i~ i lirectoi ol
r.. th David l Miami'i
>;. nagi baa bet u named
to 1:11 sm.iinr poaitioa at Teniuli
Beth i:i. Hallyanod
A cousin of Rahtu Leon Krunish
of Temple Beth Shotom, Miami
Bi a. u. Mi KratdjJi. who brings an
extenaras banitffbuad in reUghm.
adminisenattktn anil creative ahili-
tiis to his ntv ixst. is a hi uluntr
f New York I niwrsity. from
which he obtained his U.S. ami
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
proudly annouce*
that we hsve re-written or Rabbi's contract for an
additional three year term,
with a lovingly appropriate increment.
commensurate with our high esteem
for our beloved spiritual leader.
RABBI ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD
May the Almighty grant him and hi*,
family health mnd happineas and may
wa all hav a long, productive and
happy union, under the guiding light
of our Holy Torah..
Seymour Goch, President
The CJArlKF campaign of 1969-1 M.A. degrees.
produced J4 million; the comhim-d ; At on.- time a fi atnre writer for
Iris.- ratted S4.7SO.00 in 19t.7. how-, the AsaoctatJ .1 Press in Mew York.
\i. and Robert Ruswll. general j coveriug a variety of sui)>fts, Mr. I
-hairman of the 1970 fund-raising Kronish later b came associate cli- ;
camjiaign announoil recently, rector of the Toy Manufacturers
We have already passed the 1967 Aaeaciattoo, the largist trade as-
nuirk and are bending toward a K eiatioii in the United States.
-\(W0.O00 total." Mi Kninhh anil his wit. Cyn-
thia, are the parents of Keith. IS. I
tnd sii..ion. 12, Mis. Kfoalata b
nal \ lei i i sid< nl of Women's .
\meiiian ORT .u il ,i meinUi ol
its national board of illaai Inn
rhe family makm its home in
Ni 11 ii Sti ich
First Pops Concert Sunday
S mum i
u
: ... :'
lii.,\ .- I 8:1
: liat Bench A
. ilstk
Pa
Bi kV thx New 1
i Ballet
\h\ L. I j>iiiiii;iii
Is w President
\; the L'Kt annual aaacmbl) ol
the y. n 11 Academj >l I "r
l'; Ik*, which was h >M In N a
.hi Dr. I
11 i.
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YOUR GOOD WISHES AlONE
WONT HELP THE WIDOWS.
ORPHANS AND THE ELDERLY
IN ISRAEL AND AT HOME
YOUR DOLLARS WILL! GIVE
TO THE CJA.
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Page 3-A
Conversion Rejected, Approved;
Crisis Remains Unsolved
govern without thr MRP. Tho N'RP
threat to leave the coalition was
backed by the Israeli Rabbinate
I who ordered Mich a step if Mrs.
Z > .lmann's Reform COllWfeian
vraa recognized,
Til. AVIV iWNS> TwoOrih.-
(egiate*ed ns a Jew
first convulsion by
The Ministry of
conversion of the American-torn Mrs Zeidmanns Orthodox con, '""'""",nai' PPi registering
woman presided over by Rabbi version was reported to have re ,'V,S ', hfcw*e "^ '-'"';
Shlomo Goren, Israels chief mili- *.ilt-d from pressure from Israeli nTL "' ,vco-"'/' no"-
tary chaplain, and meant t.......rl political leaden who urged tni" 0rtnodox www*"".
governmental e issia over recoK- *ep as the *a> to avert The National
nitkm <>< non-Orthodsw euro m I crisis uver recognition of non- had
M"ns Orth (i"\ conven ins, she had
originall} been converted to Juda- CoartTeeognlzed M^ZeidnVanTs
But the basic question of recog-
nition of non-Orthodjx conver-
sions was left unanswered sine-.
observers noted; the crisis situa-
tion would come Iwck as soon n<
someone alse converted by a Re
The Ministry of Interior recog.; form or Conservative rabbi applii I
nized Mrs ZeMmann u Jewish, t be registered as Jewish.
Her C r'lv dox conxi rston had
b-en deomrpd Invalid by the iu-| "V Hettorin n*M In Tri Aiv
, preme raMdnlcal conrt which a-- an<' had then gone to court to
serted thai the three Orthodox force the Mlnii-.tr) of Interior tn
rabbis who had officiated at her register hci as Jewish
tnrfn Mon Rabbi Goren and two
mililaty chaplains didn't eom- PoUowtng her Orthodox con-
pf rwrly constituted re- version. Mrs. Zehknam withdrew
Int. rior had
Religious Partj
declared it would leave the
coalition Cabinet if the Supreme
Reform conversion and if the Gov-
ernment failed to introduce Vio-
lation banning non-Orthodox eon-
wi -ions.
g.^yii rabbinical court.
The l.al>or Party, tie majority
part} in the coalition, refused to
sponsor such legislation and its
her petition to the Israeli Supreme I leader said they were prepared to
ft. two Tel .\vi\ rabbis, Rabbi
iMi.i .loseiih. chief Sephard.i' /"',,_.,...._ ., ...
of T.i amv and k,m Lamtm**e lictory LnUkely To Affect
i W of Tel A\ iv and
Sldbmo Mi/racbi. said they hoped
tjitr action would met t the .t-
ice^ious "' the rabbinic court H 'in
n" R Mi Goren.
Mrs ?airtmann> Orthodox i
venian vtnx sK > ick -ht I 'r;h ktx A.-ii I ,> I-
i,-i and Km isc! the
-coUrist Ni-w I.. Hi i
lla/Hi party The former i
the pon .ersion >- hast.
expediency engineered by the guv-
eiurnent to avoid i Cabinet c
The H.ioUm Ha/eh member.
Shakwn Cohen. cull-*! on the gov-
ernment to Investigate Rabbi Gor-
en's role in Mrs. Zeidmann's con-
version H- sjid it was military
interf' renee in civilian mattrr-
Uroel' United Kingdom Relations
(Continued from Page 1)
Barnett Janner, was one of 19
Ji wish 1 abor candidates eli I |
to the British Hous......
mons in th< Wggi -t political op-
s' i In yi nrs Six .Ii ws wen also
n iinii d to Pai Harm nl is Con-
st rvath Taking his at in
imenl for th< first time is
Michael M Fidier, president of
tin Board ol !> putii i of British
Jews Sir Ktit h Joseph, who was
appointed the new government's
Set retarj ol Social Services, has
served as honorary treasurer ol
the Friends ol th< Hi brew Uni-
versity,
A number of personalities
considered friendly to Israel will
In seen on both sides of the new
Housr. (>n the Too side, for ex-
ample, is Winston Churchill Jr.,
Quentin Hogg, Sir Alec Douglas-
Home, former Foreign Secre-
tary, at ii M Margaret Thateh-
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(standing) chairman of Mount Sinai's building committee;
James G. Thompson (left), general contractor, and Dr. Whit-
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Number 26
22 SIVAN
Response Must Be In U.S. Interest
United States response to the present situation in
the Middle East must be la its own interest, and by any
diva measure that is served by providing Israel with
:he needed planes and arms to defend itself.
By checking Nasser's present offensive, the American
desire tor preserving the balance of power in the area is
well-served as well as again bringing home to the Egyp-
tian leader the fact that peace, not war, is the only solution.
If the reports are to be believed, this will also strengthen
the Soviets in their argument to Nasser thai negotiation is
the only outlet for him.
The Soviets, whose economy cannot continue in-
definitely to meet the demands of supplying the Arab
states with arms and personnel, must be convinced of the
United Stares determination to keep Israel in a strong
position militarily. Not for conguest of more land or de-
struction of Arab cities but to prove again that continued
warfare in the Middle East is not the way to peace. At
some point, we believe, the Russians will have to tell their
Egyptian military captive that his continued crimes do not
pay.
3,000 U.S. Youth To Summer In Israel
An impressive number of Greater Miami youth begin
leaving this weekend for Israel where they will take part
in a variety of summer programs from archeoiogical digs
to work on a kibbutz. The American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, which sponsors most of the programs, estimates thai
well over 3.000 American youths of high school and college
age. will be in Israel this summer.
Among the more than ISO from Miami will be a pioneer-
ing group of mis year's cxmnrmands at Reform Temples
Beth Shoiom and Israel which the leaders of those syna-
gogues hope will become a tradition tying the young
people to a continuing high school program of Jewish
education as well as to Israel. Students in many colleges
this year set a precedent by turning over money for caps
and gowns for worthy projects It may be the future will
see money for elaborate bar mitxvah and confirmation
festivities used for scholarships and trips to Israel as more
and more realize the educational value of such programs.
The Fruits Of Intelligent Planning
The 1970 allocation of funds by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is the greatest in the 31-vear history
of the community's coordinating agency, but that is really
not the big story.
Underlying the impressive statistics is the new phi
losophy shown in the appropriation of additional funds for
Jew.sh educational purposes. The Budqet Committee, com-
posed of a tireless group of men and women, was auided
.:. its decision by one cf the newly-created Planning Com-
s.ors of Federation which after c year o'. study msde
recommendations on priorities and long-range needs
the field of education.
The necessity to take a hard look at o'd programs, to
readjust priorities in community service and to project pro-
grams for the future, has lonq been evident but slow in
coming. The first steps have been taken by Federation in
creating a number of special study and planning groups
of qualified lay and professional people and this year's
budget, in part, reflects the fruits of intelligent planninq.
It speaks well for the fastest-growing Jewish community in
the United States that its Federation is alert to the future.
tor if local campaigns are to be successful the contributors
must feel assured that their money is being spent thought-
fully.
The mast psresptfvt st ite-
ment to cme out "I the latest
Miami troubles m the Mack
colony t.it not oV il (Mi
with the thru 'i.i>

even connect termer Sen. Ha
it i

pot nth i not h
Lished to the et tto
: all
"It's
iiy I believe th
On oi
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rut with "*
:. i fr im Watts to Mi iml from
th.' Bost i M -
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}'. nt St rd J
ton nd indoubtedlj
on M in 1970. 1

When tr '. bro I '. ist
work in Brow Lib-
erty City I went 1
i & all th.it kn v '.-
edge that hai
ua All the recent I I '- it
was o fr
led tw o-prongi d
h to the contsii
rioting R< comma : I for
sod il chai is well as p i
techniques and strategy, suggest-
i symfi i ipproacJi l
gjtimat'' grievances: as well as
controlled force t. I ch C
order .w>re common threads' run-
ning through these books
on.- of the tomes was of
particular interest becaust ;
been In c nrspondcncp re-
cently 1th rh author PW
A fetich o* Berke-
i. \ h win lecture in tho
: Sunday mo) I I
At Tho
th. N .ti"' 1 <' "
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and I
to state tl
II :
: ;< irt by
I I '
Pot-
i: ner Cn rion,
there has be n coi I -
w i;>

I b\ the '
legit
mate gr .
Bel iveei ithre iks In th
most
une thai th ;
ca) struct I tal

.is .i sho :k to I ivei th it the
a : i n .' ti
are for the most part -till un-
niled .n 1970 even th.' most
simple, the kind that docs not
require "sool" to understand,
hut only common '. c ncj
i i-t about every one of these
rts points out that not- arc
by EDWARD COHEN
abnormal and useless
Shorn ck b lievea th.
doesn pi j arajum
leading n th ,t it refi
th" d-m stir \ I.,;,....
fact that ryati
iq he sphr .
II.
Y. t. h ''
I
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enda t
11:11.'
il soc al reform w ill

'.
for mai Ive social c
well at altering Its
, r Alongside
t7 : ii.'!i\ : '
S -h"-.: B
th.- i "KB which
thr t- st nformsti
msnj
then
ind n .'
>f th-- :!sh If we are
|
o welt, and as th-- bl
pie are I
not underrtsnd that
rJme to k-n and i trrm
a linn- to bn th
tirrv to TniiM up.
M.i\l-
sny lonrer of nsakii
nvirnl choices.
AAAnER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Th. moct be
wildering feature of the Middle
Kastern crisis is the strangi si-
leno' on the left. Here is th' moKt
dangerous situation that the
United States has had to face
i since the second world war. Hen-
is the Nixon Administration pur-
suing, at least to date, a policy so
limp that it actually increases the
ilanger to IsrseL
litre are the htx ral Democrats
in Congress, with their highly ar-
ticulsli allks. th' liberal and left-
wing :nt> lli-ctuals, in a perfect
fever of rage about Cambodia,
which promises to be a brilliantly
ruccsssful I's opersUua Vet thej
hsve not giwn th. Nixon Admin-
istration as much as a tap on the
wrist when it is nn*t vulnerable,
.n its managrm. nt of th. Middle
THE 61$ CATCH
IT crisis to date.
The contrast is so extraord
that it cries out for explsnal
The only available explanation is
not exactly credible, however 10
he liberal an.1 left-wing Inti
uah and their tv-rocs la I '
politics.
With ludicrously pr.....
whs of relief, the entire
ir..',iM-ntia! American gTOUp fil t
,l.-.id-d. son*' years ago that i'l
thr protil.nis of thr COM WSJ I
ceased to exist 11 Indeed th I
not hin imaginary problem." i
'n. fn>t instanc- Th.- t I
of Pica hie nt Kennedy, who
went m for arlf-di
to have been th*- si
i- ginning of this .
i is,- in s. If .!. luskMI '*
who bad admired him.
Thus a n vv >t M

'
..II t!
' '
< an effort t" malntaii
I a is tl
of a>l i >ka II d
This world \i< w U aves I
..I all ot ..mis. for an
mgi.v mDitarbti .1 So* lei :
l nt u|.n .rushing Israel n
(rushing Israel, aiming to
control of the entire Mi i '
The choice has been, th.nt
tween continuing to peddfc
wortd view above defined
Ik-ly swallowing it whole a- i
grossly erroneous view, and th.
upon facing the terrible oc I"
Vanity, ignorance and ffrTOgi
Cm
a Pass 12 A


Friday. June 26. 1970
'JmMinorUtam
Report Released By JDC Spokesman
M \'. Y< 'RK i JTA' 'ih.'
j ,,ni Distribution Commute* i
i porf liilumrd tins week by
Samuel L- HalxT. axecutive vict
chairman, revealed that 323,000
men, wemen ami children in '>
r.ittons had been Misted by the
i :,-tii-y laM year at a cost of
.irly S-M million.
The J1X". which concentrate!
its activ llei in Europe, North
Africa and Uriel, hai been ihul
i ,i ,ii n i >t Arab c mnti it but
BtM wnh little hindrance In
! 'I': Isla ami Moi
Expenditure! in E irope ac-
count for more than third ol
i u allot utions, it wtm rep
aad more than 16,000 Jewi an
beahfl aaaiatad In Rumania and
Yugoslavia, in addition to the
, thousands who (Jed. l\,h,nd in
! the wake .if the Six-Day War.
The jrx' program in Moslem
i countries; accounted for about
one-fifth of the 1969 budget, it
was reported, and aided some
45,000 persons Its program In
I-i.i- i Is can led out mainly in
Institutions devoted to ill and
elder!} immigrants, the report
Indicated. A massage by Louis
Broido, JDC' ohsjkonaa preceded
th- agi m >"- tta(< mi nt.
Greyhound Classic At Flagler
K agli i s 1100.000 International
Greyhound Classic reached its
fust cutoff point turdaj nigh)
and in ad> d jr.to the quarterfii a
which will be held Wedm sday and
Saturday of this week and again
on w. dneaday, July l The 24 sur-
vivors will thi n move ii to the
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Donald Ziscpiit Receives
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ivmald Zhiqiilt, son f Mr and
M~. Frwl ZLvjuit. 1315 I>n.\
Av... Miami TVa'-h received .1,
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pr,^ frr-m Frna MicMH OoUpc of I
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. nVaM iwe4t.
A prwhwtr of Miami H^arli
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Hv starred In varsity t.n:
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Friday. June 2S. 19?0
Plans Set For
Patriotic Rally
Paul Miller To Take Part In UJA Student Mission To Israel
All is in rcadineae -far the 22nd
*>-nual Patriotic Rally at the Mi-
;..Tii Boach Auditorium. Thursday.
."--:> 2. at 7.15 p.m. The lndepend-
ce Day CeW-bration. in obser-
vance of the birthday of our omn-
t-y is presented by the Miami
eh B'nai Brith LaxH:'" 15W,
POM : > by CTwse Fed
.iiid lxn Aaaociation, as a
c -mmunity servtoe.
Over .IVX) penOH will be at
the auditorium wh<>n l)JS. Sen.
Speaaard I- Holland, who haa ghr-
< -. mo>l >f his idult UN to public
> n na the mam address "'
nlng ooannantlng an ilgnifi-
e pr tjli na now facing our coun-
I Holland, who tD
tcrm ai I'lincnur of Florid
m :n his 24th year in the U S
B
i'ies. including M >\
t^.uck Hall of Metro. Stephen
< of Miami and Jay Dei
II M ami Beach, will pay tribute
t. Holland for h.s many year- >:
tervice to th<" people of Fli
Bid the nation IVeaenl ition, of
1 Oolon will D* made by th
-. W \'' torero, directed b>
Maurice Weliflnan, State C
nder Participal m in the cere-
mony will ho the Homestead A.r
y rce Ba* Honor Guard and
Knights of Columbus Color Guard.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will feature the Breeskin
Concert Orchestra, conducted by
Barnett Breeskin. and vocalists
Alan Gildersleeve and Anno Evans
The Breeskin Orchestra will pre-
sent a special concert that will
delight the audience.
In an inter-faith aspect of the
Rally prayera for peace will be
.f;ered by Rev. R. Wiley Scott.
Community Church of Miami
Beach; R;bbi David Raab. of Beth
Raphael Concreeatinn. and Father
; Jude COoherty of St. Patrick's
j Catholic Church.
Others taking part in the Rally
: projrram are: Circuit Court Judge
Milton A. Friedman. C L. Qcnv
1 ents. Sr board chairman of Chase
, Federal; Chase Federal vice presi-
dent George W. Valentine: Mrs
Gershon Miller, who will deliver
a patriotic presentation: Samuel
Paacoe, Rally chairman; Lawrence
H. Shuman. Lodge preaics nt Mil-
ton Kahn. l>>dg.- president-elect;
Malcolm Fn>mberg. Lodge p '-
and president-elect of
B'nal Brith Council of South Flor-
ida Lodges; Irving Schatzman.
Lodge honorary life president. The
- of Chai Chapter B'nal B'rith
Y '.or the direction of
Flora Sinick. will act as usheretti I
Admission to the Rally is free,
.inil the public is cordially invited
- will !>c distributed to all at
the close of tho program.
Paul Miller of Coral Gables has
|oamd 30 other students in this
minmor's fourth annual I'nited
Jewish Appeal I'niversity Student!
Mission to Israel. A student at the
University of Miami, he has been
selected for his "potential for
leadership on the campus or in
his community." according to the
director of L'JA's university pro-
grams Charlfs Davidson.
The students met in New York
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day of their departure In addition
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Austria ami Italy before tin ir re-
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ftidqY- June 26. ijttq
the kami mam mm m mrn
Majority Not Always Right
tt\: RARBI SOI. UAXDAl'
Beth li\UI < oncr<-Ctkon
In political rhetoric the term
Wi nt majority'" has recently
been used as if ovcrwhehnini; num-
bers establish
the righteous-
i. .f a CHIT
At the sain-
time it has heeu
asserted thai
the fact that a
make I MM valid, nor assure
success or spoil failure. Perhaps
uh.it is required is the justice of
.nd commitment toa cause,
and the determined effort of people
through dedicated leadership to
serve it at any ceat. Failure of
nerve is always followed by fail-
ure of power.
BY RABBI SAM I KI. J. FOX
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. Stay 47th Ave. Orthodoa
Canter Morr. Barr. 1
ANSHI EMES 2S3J W ISth Ave.
CioMrviiix Canter Sol Pakowit* 2
ETM AnV (TEMPLE) S**> N Kan
Reform Ratitv
Rar.b. Eugene Labevm Car.... .
wirt Klein. ** E;
a
OMEV SHALOM
Orthodoa. Rabb.
man.
SEPHAROIC JEWiSt-
7PS5
ami
Bonita a.
a w
a
JEWISH CENTEH to
i Rabb. Sad. Na-m"..'}}
h;.i a Takntd Charham*
(bait Dr. S Miami. Reform Rabb' rnlllRBanATinu ^* ...
The term Talmid Chacham which! H.rbaet ". Cantor M.ch.ai cojy**ll *"***. to
Kvrr. J w.ii.i -*>< a*.
lit. rally translated mean* a "wiai
student' is an expression ued t.
It ls the morale sparked by a
oour.iL'ts.uii leadership which will
rrtease streiajrth beyond physicial
numerical mi- numbers. Wan it not the minority
nonty was in-(that understood Moses" Was It
Mhsgl in opr-ln., the few who conatituted the Tshabhos
tain Case* d Macfl.bo.s- Did not a hrwdfal
moustrates tha' spark the American Revolution on
they would notj the we pole and the HoWheviks
succeed in th.-*r|0n tV other? Are not the Jews
tion. Neither; l^ ,nan orH. percent of the popu-
lation of the world but a "majori-
ty*" Ix-oause. unlike the majority
of Moses' spy mission who ""were
examples in history. In fact, we! grasshoppers In their own sight gf f^ST JjJLuiIU,.
find a dramatic dscrlption of an and so we were m their sieht."
articulate but talaa majority re- 1.I.I1 they are giants due to their
port in this Sabbath".* Itihlical les-' self-imae.." What a minority can
son of Shelueh Leehah I achieve K simultaneously inspiiins
' and frightening.
ments is ..iid.
as may he documented from many
The weekly portion, Iiexinning
uith the Mth chapter of the hook
of "Numbers, records the l.-men-
ber exploration mission to the
Holy Land unit fcy Moses A prince
from .each trine was rtiaryetl to
"ape the land. What it is; and the
people that dwclleth therein.
Kyrr
BETH OAVIO iS2 SW 3rd Ava
Conservative Rabbi Sl Landau
refer to a Ji>wtsh scholar who ls can 1st William w. L.peon. 4
pro.iei.nt in Jew-*- reluriou, learn- I *gg J. pj f-'-^n^.h" .JK
inR It is an old expression found t ^^ -f j,r _ui Mr Robert Kirall
alrrady in Talniiahc Rtcratuiv grrrH avTsvV^h Av.. orthc
do a Wabbi Soemon Sthiff S
to understand that there Is a rea- frietay : p m Hotards) a m m
son for referring" to a imal trhfflar p m ,____
by the title of a they say. that one can never fin- ^'itirwi. ol."^ *"
lrtl heinc a Student. As much .~ Prlda.\ A< aunoel Kotardsj *' n.m
one may know tnen- is vet m. arrmon: yu.-hrux. in 'w MM"'
... ', .... ./ C:4S Km V rl|..n of lw. .:rj pv
mtich to letirn. Humility, thus oe--|>w,t{!: sa i-oui.tr> imvki.i
prrnes one of the necessary traits' ------
; MTH TOV rTemaw). SAM SvV Sth
St. Cenaervative Rab S April. Canter Seymovr Hmheo f
Friday 7 p m Saiurdsy m
Hillal
NORTH
So.
S
AV
Hk> K it s iii eat aonar
tuTtVd peasalsc the Sahhatar
Many claim that this
ISRAEL (Tempi*) OF GREATER
Meanri. 137 Nt ttth St. Reform. 10
SaMi Jaaepr. R Narot.
VILLAGE jKwt..
CENTER. 7M1 E T^.,,^
North Bay Villaor Cn4.
Cantor Leon seaol K
MOtTH MAM- U(H
AOATM YUNURUN .TEMpLE, ,_,
N E M,am. Ga-dn, Dr,, cf*
aarvative. Rabbi M.itor. Sc^i,,,!.
Cantor Tlbor Meoee. """
BETH TORAH NE Hath St at .
A Caao>rvativ Romii y,, J1
chitr Canter Jacatt Rn,., v "'
-----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 81 NW ,,
Conerrvatiwa. Rabt Crj- B.,,..,'
Cantor Jack Lern*. J
-------a*------
SINAI (TEMJSH.B) i>oTm r,-r
ISSOt N C. nd *-.. m,.>,.
Rabbi Ra'ph R. K realty j,
I r i \ i' j. m RVrnvx s t,, .,
. in Tar "t.-a r. rail
H .iu- Iny 1<1 a m I .
\ all 1
is a rt>, -----------------;- ;--" T^-wrtnn" *"" "' *
minder of the Manna which + Israelite center. Jtts sw 2Sth -------
Amajotity may ra-on thr> wnrms ^^^ fnMn n,,iv,.n ,or rt. ^ st c.n^rv.t.- R.b*, m i aiey lake svnagogli ;t., H
Oratm Cantor Nathan Parnaaa M ih Av* OlkMaa. Rabb. Jonu, t
path as it Jntoxirate* b> m Israf.litwi in th|l|r rl.sert UvTu.', co Pm Kaia,
Lta would-be strength L,-t us be wnd<.r,ni; .lft..r tn%. modu, from! p*,r,,.. .., ,. u..w
on cuird that numb.-ia neither ^ on thp to |hr no^,; faaSptaT
overwhelm u< into dofiatism or ^^
lull il into false security. The in
> 1:46 an
they dwell ,n. whitber it is good, I11- '- ** hund^!"U. i
ar ld .18 an* 19( ^n, JWR-R* and four hundred
t mrilion Russians <>utmrnber the|
t non The return *T these twcha* democracies. Are
'>issadoRF." ten joh-Kd in a
" sw 14rn
Ralph Gli-
Ari 1J
m tlnr
which f*V | Mlt\-ah t.lrnn, arm of Mr un.l Mrs
. ,.,,.,, ...- Jr.r I'rawi RnbaTt, t> M'
fnmn"T* 1 Mr- Martin Y. I. n ami : rt. BOM
Bath** of the Manna which \ra*' n* Mr sad Mr. iui- Brit
covered uith a layer of dew both I T,rr7a,aiTM iSRAIL eSOO N M.am.
on top and on bottom to keep It A*r Conaarvative. Rabbi Raip*
wa. then to gh*j tn^ s^,.,;,^ tnr N||lffod p^.l c.m...
aastaav
rvi,u> p m. Ratu"
m-.n: "I." '-d Oo T!
ha
A stuffing of airy kind an- coneervotnr. Rabb. Ran
... man. Caater Benjamin Ben
r-.--,.- .. anu>Ui Pi** that there i a layer on top'r>.rfjl, ., esatuntay -... p
SwM they are s,ronC .n- weak d"2*t? "^ bT? 'I I^^V and on*' "n MttwT1 in
and what tin- land Is that ^nd attauis ,.>v^ to the dvgre,-of ^^ ;< |-|4 .^ |>
YOUNG ISRAEL OS" G*ETW
MIAMI aso NE tT'.t St ;-!?*
Rabb. Naftall Raraah a
cotAl caaus
JUOEA .TEHPLEl .) "Tali
Blvd Reform Rabb. Me" ;
P. a)
4
dine is cnlWd "Kugi'T" 'x-eaase o
up and become i-ommuni-tic na-
r-ion which began with an op-, .ion*'
timtetic not* continued with the ,,,; rirrul,r %h*^ flW j<
hosvWer" of the pessimtst. and UTien one can s ,y 1 believe. "^ wrd """ "
eonrluded: -The penpie in the with perfect faith." he can be *. '
land are fierce: and the cities are counted a* an individual, one of I
fortified, and very great: and the few. and he will be eonerious I What K a *f laddlkr"
moFcover the chiklren of Ark of his power He will know how to ,
live there." (281 I Rtanf> aione. and numbers wfli BM
Chn you he surprised that the' er crush him.
Ir-aplits went into panic after
this and not only attempted to
ou-t Mosp but to select r leader
who would return them to Egypt A few res*
No matter how much Joshua and available for
Caieh, the only disM*ntiac messen-; Fourth of July Weekend a park-
BTaV tried to reassure the people age tour leaving Morton Towers
flTIFERETM JACOB (Temple) V E
*th Awe., M.aleah Cor.eer.at.-
Rabbi Mawnce Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE) SOOO M.'ler Rd
Caneervative. Rabbi Norman N Sha
p.ro IS
KrWai 7rJ" i> m Saiur.|.iy a m Har
Mltsrah er>' !<. .....f .Mi
Rra ll.rt.Tt WaJowltt.
ZAMORA (TIMPLII Zar.
Conaervatve Rabbi Maiw
Cantor Richard Browdy
p m Sam-: k
m ""'rnh. 1^..-, .
Ulareaa V m
rr. t*
u
BftH ISRAEL fTEMPLE
Oakland Park BavoX Rabb
e
Ml e
S-lii
"Tzaddik" is a, term used as
! early as m Bibli.-al literature to.
refer to a righteouc person
Edworda CantoV Mnc s (i
1500 Null's Cle* Weekend '"* -rotion of bate "straight it j
TM MOSWfc ConuHEGATION '
11S00 W D..ie Mw Conaervative
Rabb. aonph A Gortunhel. Cantor
Ben Ztan Kirachenbaum 15
comes from a root which implies 1 .a____
EMANU-EL. J24S W O1.U-1 Pin
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Rkhara M.
Levlton Cantor Jerome Kl*<^f"t |
PJaUUMMACH
..,,, ; is aLso uwd to indicat.- a person, aoooath israel, aoi Cari,i Ave
Serrations are Still; _____ _^ i-a,-.;Ji- Orthedoa. Raob. aaaac Ever. 17
tha- 1SX) Men's Club ** ox,r,"mr "?*"*> ^^ rhasstdic ------,_
u i T ~llw movement came to use the term.atTM israel rso otth st OrtnodooJ
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTCa
iat n. a rirat *. 4*
Vnei.i* I M |i ni s". 'u- I a
"Tzaddik" as the term for a
saint Iv loader of n Chassidic com-
th<' minority status could not car- at 8 a.m. July 2 for a weekend at 1 ._ ~, r"lm^. mm, Orthodoa Rabb. Shmaryahi t swir. ,,,'".
Golf Club in j "I"""*\,WlW_^W .1 ^TT "* CarUr ^** Mamehoo w|"lati
up at once, and possess M: for u-e Freeport. and the Bahama Islands,
ry their chiUonirc- "We should go1 the King's Inn and
are avt-ll able to iwercome it." <30> retUTTurag July 5
The ccneration which remaim-d
spiritually enslaved w-as easily de-. ]
moraliyeti by secondary trmal ,
chief-
SubKevjtient events prov.-d th''
behalf of someone to gain favor
In the eyes of the Almichty. The
term was thus endowed with a
Rabbi aanal Wain IB
MTH JACOB 301 Waah.noten Aw
H0UTWOOO
IETM EL (TtaHJa''. a. 1th A..
Rrform Rabbi Samuel Ja *
IETM RAPHAEL (TEMh-LC). 1S4S
JefTereon A Conaervative Rahi>.
David Raab. Canter Saul Brrrh 20
Friday.Ti pm M- S'rr
in ill .-nndii'-t aretrVeH S, netta
Prrjudice. Itlrntry, I JuSa-
I lm
loud majority wron*; and the
ticulate -nimaniy rikrht. ll it took a n.w ir-wration to aet-mi- i
ly enter the land and settle It
Neither a maioritv or minority %,
pWaVawWawJaWaWRaAaaw | flavor of s.dntHnoss. as well as | ojitm sholom*'tei
u-ith ;i measure of m>-stictsm
4144
Cbaee Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
-Reonieh. Aeaiatant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy Cantor David Convteer Zl
CAKD111IGHT1NGT.M1
22 SIVAN 7:56
Way are there eionte W ttrrs of
irregular rif in the Serotl of the
ri.r.ih: for xanrprr.. mp> nnUMi-
ally laxge and on>e uiuisu.illx
aawaw?
BETM TFILAM M ElKI'd Ave Or-
thodc. Rabbi Jeaepn E. Rackov
afcy Z2
BETM YOSEPH CHAIN CONGREGA.
TION. S43 Mend.an Avenur 22.A
ETH SHALOM (TESSPLE "M
Monroe St. Ceeieervativr Sac--
Morton Malavahy Canter lr.af-
Gold
SINAI (TEMPLet! 1X1 Johnao" B
Coneer.ot.ee Rabbi Oav.d i*a-
Cantor Yehudah Me.lbraan e
%*rX^*^<
rrwrt
f .
SYNOPSB OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shelah
Th. spic< return fn.m Canaan bearing a duster of fntpe*
And they c.uue unto the \alley of BahooL and cut down
"* loate of spea, and the) hm- it upon a pole" (Num. 1&23I.
SHELAH \i Kin. ah, In the wikternesi of Paraa, the child-
ren of LaraH aaked Moat to send forth soouts t,. rece^aadttar th"
larui patrhed, one | ..m ,h tribe, with Bpeelfic Inatructiona. Forty
days Later, th. spiee returned bearing the fruit of the Land, h
evidenee of it- fertility. Bui most of them came back .th a
peasinuatie report: the aatlvea of Canaan were mighty men. the
dtiea strongty partafled. it \*.is n Land that "eateth up the m-
habitanti theraoaf' llfutnhen D.32).
Of all ihe aflaa, only Veahua, the son of Nun. of the rrilw of
Ephraha and Cfllah, the ^<>n of Jejahuaiaeth declared there wee aaathiaag to fear from the nativea .t Oaaiaaa
Th> Israelites I lightened by the fearful majority report, cried
1 Mtfallv "Wati u not hatter for us to return Into Egypt?"
iNumlxn-x bteS).
Cro.1 i;r.w uratliful .it thi- lack of CSawiMawae in Him. and
uouid have ii.tro>.d the entire congregation, a/eae. it not for
MBBaaf intrrces.ion. Hmtiver. He v.wd that before the Is-
raelitra migh! enter the pRandasd Land th y rvould m let
in the deaerl for 40 years, until the entire rebellious generation
those above 20 > tn of age ihtniM perieb
Thht reeotinthag ot the WrWil> Portion of the Lsm is rxtntet-
e of the J.\Uh Heritage."
rvhted l>> P. Wullmaa TsauUr. $13. piihleaBed by -Ujeaeol.1 The
toliune U Mvailahie at ".% Maiden Lane. New York. N.Y. 100M.
Jaaeph vhlanj Is prteadent at the Maeiety dlstribtltlng the volunte.
"*r"*^*"*" The Masorttes.who aura respon-
' I Bfble for the te\t :ind its preserva-,
. tion. felt that the uouaual or it j
' Ntffflar Ictten In the Tor dl each '
i had a stieeia! aajBpoaa which was
' to draw the attention er and student of the Tor.di to Its
' contents. A email letter would of-
ten Indicate a double meaning lor
the word.
"What i :i "fBleUUohaf"
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) S v.
St Conaervative Raobi f
Wmograd Cantor Abrabam kjH
21
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1J*T Waen.ngton Ave OrrhOdov
Rabb. Dew ReaaK>aais
------a
EMANUEL (TtMPLEl 1701 Waah.
Ington Ave Conaervatve Rabb. .HOLOM TEMRL4t|. 1? SE "t"
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler Conaervative Rabbi M6rr, A Sa'J
3*
POsajAjrO IUCH
Cantor
HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr Orthodoa. Rabbi
Braaaa
?403 Rmetree
Alexander S
?4
Emm Schmber
tuersKH
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE I&J2 Waah.ngton Ave
Orthodoa Rabbi Tibor H Strrn
Cantor Meyer Engel M
KNESETM ISRAEL MIS Euclid Ave
Orthodoa. Rabb. Oav.d Lehrf.eM
. Cantor Abraham Seif 27
A wn-ra'tlke is a Sla\ic word -----a-----
.me..,.:,., akuiioap wh.ch <^nSSSAJ^^\A7S
MOGAN DAVID CONGRE tt \
?S3 Harding Ave Su'*a0' Tr
Hall Orthodoa. Rabb. laaac D v
vanl Jews wearMChen they .ire not] ov.t cantor Nice FaMman
Kn.l.. s .u, .
l-.r M r\ .,h IHtiiio, \|r
uid m 1 .. Ratal 'ur
bob ..( Mr and Jir. 1 I ,). 1
NER TAMID (TEMKl, aOth St and
^Tatum Waterway Conaervatve
Jewish tradition i-otviidersj mvZ
to !>. grave tin The
Rearing a regular hat
What 1% the Jewish tradition
raararuUiiK suicide?
frf^i't J
ak.
Thii fyi|r u
CeiepeiaUaBa aritn ''' 0r*aat
laaaSaBl Raheinxal AH.OAticm.
C>prJi'Ulor of tAt pMBRW
ahnra'in|{ here H
DR MAX lir-rHlTZ
Spirttanl [raseV of
BrTM Tosam 1 bwoai ,r,"
or Nostr/ Miami BfACM
Th.'
suiaU
rabbis go as far as aaying thai one
1 docs one ti ar Iils clothes for Mm,
nor doaa one remove his aboea for
: him (Semachot '-' 11, the tradltaonj
,- to bur) 1 suicide near the fence
ol the metary, thus, in .. any,
rating him from the othei
people in th- 1 emetary.
Some later 1 tbblnic luthoritles
nis.vt th.it a real suicide could
only lx' one who was not in i-ei-
fect command of his mental fac-
Ultka; thus, th.-re was a ceiura!
t.-ndeiH-y to .onsider all suicides aj
' being mentally ill, and so ix>t
really n-sponsible (or wh.it they
jt 1 were doing. |
i^abbinical Ueft
4onr2K Ch I s im T.V fs,^, Kktit<-
Topic: -The Mnl-Kst sssBjajli"
Modaratoi RV v. Uither C i'..r<>-
Gueal Mich a l Kata
Panel Dr Max A Lipachltx, Rabw
Il-th Toi.h r..in-ie.-.tion. Nn. M an.i B *
RcDrtseiitatlve of K.li.ushi|. .rf I
Rca efUtaaaj Dough
hVruaiOi. t, ItM p.nu. Sunday. Aug. t.
June's <-h id !...,, bji, The j, Ulsi, Wbrabl
Ftoal 1! kbM S..! LaaJadaUl,
B-th David ConRi-Rstion
Junrta Ch. 7. 10 am. The Still Small Voice


*day. June 26. 1970
rJcnisf Jhridkftr?
Pane 11-A
wman Elected President Of Dade's
lational Voluntary Health Agency Assn.
This Week In History
[j^uuaSoti't.v of Am.Ti-u. wa
Ij. i-rt H. Newman, treasurerof .voluntary group for U> past two
;,-M..nr<>- ("hapt-T of th< vean i utive din rtoi of Lhe Roan Asso
(i.iiw.n of Greater Miami. In the
post. Srnir.q witji iijm for the
coming year will i San Macna-
mara, vice preaideot; Batty Lou
Randolph, secretary, and Ruth
VVMHford, iii uuref.
Thi' Leuki mia Society's Dade-
M< mo* Chapter has announced
I hi- apfioinl iiu -Hi dl Leonard Cap-
itol, Ben a- I '..:ii n. Richard I>.
Smith Benjamin s. Schwartz ami
Robert <; Holmra. Jr., to its board
,.l trusti i b
Irving J. Whitman president of
the chapti i. has i's mo d
thai Jam Browni", i*xi
\ ice pn Riit< nl of GA<' Properties
Inc. a Fl.....
c n I ..
nanv rl c'.iaii
1971 Total Communit> Campa
Mr. Bi owni i nativi i >l J >-
.1 NY i i Ivi -I his I iu
Bjrw from Fordharo Universit) and
fraduate ml i as .i I'A At 'I
\ n i presieV .'i ol Gcnjcra Aon j.t-
ance Corp., in rum to this aroa
from All. mown. Pa., last yi ai
Thr Leuki mia Socletj is a i n-
pajofll voluntary bseltn aiancy to-
tally ihin'iHlinl upon ths public
for support of their programs of
reo .in'!, aid to local lactims and
education Its goal is the ultimate
total eradication ot the dlseass
and 'ill relati d rlisea* -
(l-'p.m 111. 'l|, ..f ili.- J.U l-h
I .- ^t Ajmll \t;. it, > I
* Vouni A6n This Wwk:
KOBUr H. NIWMAN
pi. i .. -it iii the 11
*> Association ol National
Health Agenc* i it
' tr .; n eentl.. 'Phi'
"H.\ i~ .Hi organiaaUoa of
I SJ) Ppt '- '.I i
: in in ink-tit \".luntitrv
I'l At;. n.KS thiouirhout Dsd<
it d meets monthly ta <-o-
activittea and eaaharuji
the ruiiiial U-rwfit at
in. mbt-ra and thai .'.111111111-
.
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Jewish groups gave the in- i -
tional Wailing Wall Commission a
IQft-Page mama detailing Jewish
claims to tho will.
Th.- Jewish N it. in il Council
(''land tn "show initiative"
illshins Polish Jits' 'pi
catastrophic pos t ion."
A New YorkSupren Courl Jus-
tice dismiss* I a Fi i Th
Society suit t i > ir Bible n idini
in public schools The Central Con-
ference ot Americ in I'. tbb
' ..- j us .i :
ties in public schools
T le Yiddish Vims' Union bar-
i ... ng in
talking pictures i hai ging
Used non-UI Well
[ Jewish ai
and wen _'!.. s to thi
i.i' ion ol the Y. t ILsh :
!' i *om-
ii .il h I.; ind to thi
President '; '
immigration.
R.i .mon Fostei of Tern-
B'nai Jeshurun, Ni wark,
.h| that Vmi rican Jewish
schools were "frequent!) h ird-
pressed, il not forced into hank-
ruptcy, while our people individu-
ally enjoy area! luxury and sup-
port all kinds of cultural move-
ments." He said rabbis' aarnaoas
"are ndulterat "I i" their Jewish
-pirit an.I denurted of Jewish
thought and hop*- so as to he indis-
tlntulshabk] from ui addresx by a
liberal Christi m IbjolDgbn.''
Tlv Ceptral CmlVuiic- of,
American RaWus frteforni) voted
to modernize the Kol Nidre,'" r'-
tatolqg only the first two words
Rabbi Stern Observes Shiva
labbi Tlhafl ii. Stew is ahier*-
inR Shiva at hLs hMltei 3Ui Fla-
tninga l*1"- MBb4 B'ch. after th<
death of bus Mster. 01;a CghablB.
oi Mi -alas City, ** panMl away
Sunday.
ind the melod)
i'. depression was reported so lx'
phyipg nuuiy .j*i i^i copunjanitiesi
in dau^i'i ol ixtiiicuon.
10 KaOfli -\o This \V-U: ISil
R khJW Max ."v.-lnnW. hnsrt of t'on-
gsqsyatiM Bhaamti Zosksla Brook-
lyn. d"clarcd thr>l Mw .liiunat am
if Sosi.t anti-Semitism was "a
ud anl a lie."
AanaU hoist, i. civil rtghte shsei
ui the Anti-LH'taiiuttiou LeagBfSi
repi.it.ii tn.it the Aiaii Lsojpia
ias a .SKXOUO.UUU aiili-Isra.l. anti-
'wish propaganda maohaae.
l-i, ii l 'i .ui!. i Da id Bon Gur-
Prance was i "devoted
uid loyal friend whose friendship
is unconditional."
\ K n > Count) (Brooklyn)
Supreme Court Justice issued
A-arrant tor the arrest of Ameri-
can Nazi leader George Lincoln
Rockwell for disorderly conduct''
ind inciting Id riot The Washing'
ton office of th. Anti-DefaiaatkMU
League urged th federal govern-
ment i ban R ckweil rallies as..
'outi :^lu \ i aa."

V N. S.....i 'iv General Dug.
Hammerskj ild ud, "The refuge I
m u 'l be w Ith us. I am
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+ k*l*hfkrMl'*r
Rabbi Kobrinetz Leaves
Hillel For New Position
Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz. dinvtor
..i the IVnai Brith Hillel Kounda-
tic at the Untvuslty of Miami,
ha* been alHxjintod Deputy Direc-
tor of Chaplaincy Service of the
Veterans residence in Washing-
ion DC"
RabN Kobrineta leaves Hillel
I" i si vcn yenrs of service as a
Hillel director Prom 1963 to 1968
he directed the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville before coming to the
University oi Miami.
In Ms new assignment with the
i I iplalncy Service of the Vet-
t '.- Administration Chaplains,
Rabbi Kobrinets will be i
bh !or the Jewish program at !>6
- Administration Hospit-
sb The to part-time and full-time
Chaplains serving the Veterans
Administration are pert nf the
Chaplains Coriw comprising 800
Alsoji
< .nitiniieil From Page 1-A
have all combined to prevent tin
.el- s-Niun of error that is now in
I lei by the liberal ami left-wing
intellectuals anil the liberal Denv
tS In Congress. Su Israel's
.'. idl) peril has been all but ig-
noii.i. or if not Ignored, it has
been treated as really no more
than Israel iles. i \ i s And the In-
diail ar dance about Cambodia
ha- continued, with a rising deci-
bel count.
For the short run. this is quite
bad enough. The Nixon Adminis-
ti.it,on badly needs to be ham-
d on its Middle Kastern pol-
ic> C'therwise. none ot the right
thing! are likely tO be done. For
the long run. too. the continuing
liberal and left-wing exercise in
st-lf-dcliision is bound to etui in
disaster tor the self-deJudsra
among OthSTS
Tin Middle Eastern facts alom
.< enough to show the threat
o thi self-deludem. Tiie unprece-
dented Soviet Injection ol Russiai
..... mto the Middle Eastern
Wal quite directly menaces I.s-
- very existence Thi
furthermore, is not juat to crush
Israel The design is t" i x Kfc
any form of powei except Soviet
power from the Middle East
Suppose 'hat the Israelis an
i .! n Bo their knees or actual!}
in troyed Suppose that we also
txperience the immense upset li
the entile world balance ol pow-
er that will result if the Krem-
lin's Middle (eastern design is guc-
-. ifully carried out. We shall
thi n l>e doubly haunted by the
ghost ol Ierae! and by the obvious
danger of a thud world war caus-
ed by the upset m the balance <>;
power.
Can anyone suppose that tta
self-deluden will not then !* rent
asunder m the storm of fury, re-
crimination, fear and scapegoat-
hunting that will follow in this
countryTThe answer is obvious.
k>t this is only part of the storv
'or the Middle Eastern crisis is
onh pan of the danger.
Except tor Japan after the rtoi
<( the militarists, the Soviet
' mon today stands one among
major nations in this century.
vVlth the exception Muted. It IS 111
tact the only major nation that
has allowed the uniformed leaden
f rhe armed services to name
their own boss, the defensi minis-
U r
Thai grim fad is clearly linked
to oth.r facts the Soviet pilots
In Egypt; the invasion of Czecho-
slovakia; the rising pleasure on
Romania; the increasing number
I divisions deployed along the
Sinp-Soviet bordei The Nixon
Adsnlnlstration's defense policj
which amounts to shambling dis
armament, is therefore as vulner-
able as its Middle Kastern policy.
Jut on this front, too. the Ad-
emistrat ion is never attacked.
except for not disarming fast
ftajfh The truth is that the
that should sound the alarm
on the Capitol have all ban tak-
i uan 1-blow wig drugs.
BABBI S/MtO.V KOBRINUZ
n of th' three ma
faiths
1970 marks thi 25th anniversary
of the Chaplainc) S n of the
Veti rans Administration. Rabbi
Kobrinets and chaplains of the
Protestant and Catholic faiths will
participate m a special dedicator)
service it the White House com-
memorating ti;s religious event.
Rabbi Kobrinets is i vioe preai-
dexrt of the South Kastern Region
Rabbinical Assucintion of Ameri-
ca. He served laplaln In the
United States Air Force during
the Korean conflict and HnBl
awarded the United states Air
Korer Commendation Medal and
a citation from the National Jew
Ish Welfare Hoard (Or his out-
itai ding achievement
Army Officer's Faster
Message Draws Fire
< entiniiid fron. Vmge 1-A)
fi nded the BssSj r nv-ssac,. on
the eround* ahaMtsa same com-
mander had delivered a Pass-
ovr mcssiiK<' drawing a parallel
between the deliverance of tin
Jewish people from the flavor)
of the evil Kgyptian Pharaoh
and their current lives. "You
and your government." he said
"are engaged in a snuggle to
nssist nat* n o: people in Its
deliverance fr r:i an equally evil
ton
Mr Soils letti i to Col B
diet dated June it declared the
Passm er and Easter m as
were equally objectionable. He
noted that main Jews w mid
differ with Gen. Roberts' int. i -
pretation of the Passover tradi-
tion, and concluded: "What
most disturbing is that Gen.
Rob and apparently the
Wai is; pre-
pai i in Jc w
ish and "hi i-' lai as a n
ad\ am ^..: th | ''. "i the si
wai in Indo-
i ins The messages, no matter
how well-intended, were an at-
ti ? npli ij religion as an
engini of civil policy In b
thej w i. \iolalIve f
the ot the First
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Plane Hijurk 'Plot'
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'Sabra' Enjoyable In Many Ways Friedman Attends Hawaii Symposium
* J J Mr. and Mrs Howard A. Fried- totns to Determine Flight Leva
nr-w lil. m id.
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. A Mi a touch of chocolate, is
m idi ipread popularity with
(-,n public as an pertif
d.iinor drink and as an
luntf for K"*""'' coukinc and.
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flow
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'i cup Sabi i liqueur
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1 lb. raisins
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' lb. almonds, blanched
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at. I
Mayor Lapham New
Head Of Foundation
N ih Miami Beach's Mayor
David Lapham has bei n i li cted
n sidenl of the Asthmatic Chil-
! ndation of Florida, it
has been am ounci.! Working
bin a || be Mra William C.
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Camp Ocaia Opens Monday
p i icala, which opens Mon-
a> for its 16th season, will be
.!. p the dinction of Morris
nan of the Waldman Hotel,
Miami Beach and J. I. Montgom-
ry who has been athletic directoi
; thi Hebrew Academy of Great-
r Miami for the pasl 10 yi ara
rhi camp, located in Florida's
c 'ounty offi i s instruction in
ill snorts as w l! as mathematics
Mr and Mrs Howard A. Fried-
man recently returned from Ha-
waii, where Mr. Friedman, a me-
teorologist with the Environmental
ce Services Administration's
irch Fliuht Facility in Miami,
and a memlxr of the Ixiard of
directors oi the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, attended the
Symposium on Tropical Meteorol-
.. \ held at the University of Ha-
waii. He presented a paper en-
titled. "The Use af ESSA Re-
- arch Facility's Instrumented Air-
I for M i !" Meteoi rtcal F.x-
perimenti in thi Tropics" at the
s\ mposium.
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sident of 1
paper, c ith >r I B
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lepth tour is plann< d for
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pilu-i .. .'. this Fall, which will
.. Mi imi Sepl 1 Participants
will taki in Id trips to histoi ical
points of interest, visit th. hoi
>i isia.li families and lour Israeli
hum rsitii and the Jerusalem
VM-YWHA during their two-week
stay They will bi accompanii I b)
expetienced and knowledgeable 'Y
tour leaders on the pre-High Holj
Day tour,
terns to Determine Flight Level
Winds and Water Motion."
The Symposium on Tropical Me-
teorology, co-aponaored by the
American Meteorological Society,
and the World Meteorological Or-
ganization, was attended by some
300 scientists from all over the
Will III.
Van Myers, senior vice presi
dent in charge of Vending and
Confections, Wometco Enter
prises. Inc., has been named
Exhibit Committee Chairman for
the National Association of
Ccncessioners' 1970 Conven-
tion, which will meet Nov. 3-5
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Friday, jm, ^
/sroel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Booming Gaza Strip And West Bank Economy
pKIIIM) THK imi||K head-
line making m>-nMl' attacks
occurring in the Gaza Snip and
vT< m Bank is ttulm, Ian?, ly un-
told ttoc} regarding a funda-
mental change in their economy
which has taken place during: the
past pear ami a half. Aral) law-
>- ra, politicians and (armt civil
* rvants still bomean the occupation, but carpen-
t.aa stanf mwnns. eW-erricians and skilled factory
MMM are t>o busy in pay more than lip s< r\ Ice
to tru-morles of Jordarnan or Kgyptian rale on On
West Bark or in and the beginning! of industrialization.
In th.' Claa Strip, which the Kgyptians kepi
under military government and sealed olf from
Egypt proper during their rule, there ana abnpb no
industry oi any kind. Even the most basic manufac-
lured goodi en re imported. When the Israel Bun .in
of Hbtiatiai tnadi the first industrial canaua in the
ocenpi. d areas, there were only about 1..VKI indtis-
trial workers In the entire West Hank, ami a couple
hundred employed by the two ortental-carpi t lec-
tori,-, of the Gam strip. Today, more than 7,000
arv employed in West Hank industries, and about
5.000 in the (.a/a. ami industrial t xports have i In n
by about 90%, overtaking agricultural exporti
LeM than half of the industrial export]
isii. i. however. The major portion is
and to Arab eountriea aa fai awaj at K
19KT' -i trucks that croaaed thi
the Jordan Rivet eaatbound carried oranges
egg*, tomatoes and other vegetables, but
more of bJ* m .ue now carrying t< ami, -
ucta,ssapt, perfumes, cosmetic ami plaetl
Induatrialhtbi on the Waal Bank non I ,.
oilier e. tnplaini lo make about Isia. I
wag) s of A red to Anab work, ra In Isih. i i. ,1(>
to peg mnch higher salaries than th. j
By Seymour B. Liebman BOOK RIVIW
Between You and Me:
y BORIS SMG1AR
Encounter In The Middle East rg11 Of Honor
UmiKN %X1 writer exhibits the talent
ol a louin.-.lisi. th. objectivity of
a historian and the aptitudea Of a i>>>liti-
e l ->. nl Uv product of hia pen -
bound '.. receive paeans ol praiae. And
this appliea to Winston Burdettc'a Kn-
oanatee la she Middle Baal lAtheneum,
chb Ins and nds. in full circle.
Jim. 9 l!*:7 The author, who raMa hia
book "An Intimate Report n What Lies Behind the
Arab-Israel Conflict.' was then tlv CBS correspondent in
o.
tta 350 pages cover the sequence of events in all na-
tiors of the Middle Kjist as wo 11 as Important rotated
events in Washington. Paris. Moscow. London and the
Unitof Nations; tMnc the reader a iwnnrnmie picture of
the attitudes of the various heads of state, and peasant ol
all the nations concerned.
Added to the narration Is an interpretation of the

Oer nhmfoli:
By HCRBERT G. LIFT
Film Clash Shocks
ir
OTION PKTITIE producers
Irsvin Winkl.T and Robert
Chart roft h,n.de,i the Cannes FMin
Festival a shock with the utterly
realistic and Stolen! clash of police
and American campus protester!
at the end of "The Strawberry
Statement.'" which was Iwsed on
James Kunen'i "Notesof a College
R.*volutionary." published by Random Rouse.
Stuart Ragman, 1>. directed Hruce Davidson of
' 1 -st Summer." and Kim Darby of "Generation" in
the had mles The scre'nplay was written by Israel
Horowitz. .10, who had turned down numerous offers
from the inotior picture nukistry BScaUSe he didn't
want to participate in routine ontortainment tea-
turea of the "square" variety, when offered the
adaptation of Jam. s Ktinen's la 11 Belli I. however,
he jump, d at the chancv, and after completing the
leraonfday, ra actually participated m me Bating
portraying a liberal professor sympathetic to the
group ol siunVnis which baa occupied the adminis-
tration buUdii
Mi Horowitz, win. came to the publics atti ntion
i iaj the 1967-61 ioal inaanw in New York
wh. n four ol wi re ;: within five
nth period won tta OBT1 n tx st playwright of
1968 and tin coveted Show Buaineas Grand Award
to 1969. 1 ct to Wh .'. \ last
authoi wea ducati d at
Rcyal A
t A
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I
He rot I by social oncei :
writ important to be
it ii h lo wriu
1 d .n the project. Tl
's too much wrong betweei trn typ -
writ, r and the
bad Ugbting, retion," I m oxntain-
itu,' i.is rsasona for m tak.- .,\.r the osrec-
'' I OBI ., r> Iwr1iin.it.
m The BarawbtiTj Stateiiamt,' i-.a I .to m>t want
to take thai chance again."
motivations of pverj Incident and diplomatic maneuver.
Mr. Burdetti all angles with perception and dh>
cuasea them bi depth, lupptying character portraits that
are comparable t.. psychoanalysla In hia auccincl expla-
nation .'f Nass i Burdi Ite quotes from hia Philosophy ol
Revolution": I alwaya Imagine that in thia region .
la a roll wandering aimlessly about, aeekini
; tor to i ia> it Burdette comments so began th it
erica .>i foreign adventures, ..t i>lnt ol counterplot, in-
aarrvction in i war that in the course of a d. cade wasti.!
the iSoun .t Kgypl and at one time oi another .ns-
iracted th.- ennngisa of every other country ir th. n rion."
in relating events and inddenta to the effects tnd
i.|ni, :wj,,ns ;n other countries, the author writes ,>l
Jontan: The rariota state with no claim to ratticssbood,
created by the Rritish for re;Lsins of ilynastic convenience.
attained an importance its creators had never tor eaten."
Huss. ins enemy, he mM, was not Israel. I*it the SvTians.
the Lgj-ptians. Palestinians Communists and Arab na-
tional /-slots of every variety.
Mr. Runlet to presents both sides of avaty question, so
his readers can airroe or disagree with his conclusions.
He, has par-ted. few nations all-white and only ono
Russia, t bo grand conspirator all black. Arcordinjc to his
nasaniiiK. th> Huvsian conspiracy was revealed for all to
see hi 196t'>. an.l it U tho rulurrt io this tragic fiasco. While
Mcaeow toes not dbatrs the ealmotlon of Israel, the p. r-
p. tual state of unr.*st in fbo Middle ttU permits Russia
to maintain her position there. Israoln oxtim-tion h< says,
woukl give Nasser a e'l-nr field lor his p.ia-Arabisni. and
matte him to control th* flow of oil. thus giving him tlw
power to turn on the Russians and throw olf th. ir yok..
While some Aiali claims arc valid. Bcoordsag to Mr.
Hiird. tti "s analysis, they must t suU.rdmat.il to Israel'l
rigal to sunn. He advocalaa a.l for lanaeJ h~wflar the
Arabs are intranaigenl and live In a world ..f fantasy, de-
al rained to destroy Israel and the lev/a living then- He
accepts Israels rejection of a plan hlVOfaaaj international
guaaantees as valid, pointin| out that all the promises.
pleagcs and commitmenta mad. by America. >yiht ami
Kngknd between 19B0 and 19T>7 at rt n't worth the papi i
on whi.h they wen written, Israel. h- says will have to
aantinut r. l>-mg oal) upon ilaell in the future.
Israel Newsletter
Y* t mimithi
Itiihp Slom.iv m .
pubhshi i ..f the Ditn
News t.. th<- Jewish !
i-n .1 la \v. i. know n II ,
\- n a Imin I
i .- 11 .mi.. and ii Isi
Aa a y<
^'. illli^ .1 :.!..
acn. Ml Slomoviti distinguished himarll as fountfcr
and Inst prvaidenl of the J. wish Natl
Detroit Sn.ce then, ht has distinguished turns.
ir. outer fieida of Jewish endeavoi eon noasL
Zu.n.si and fournanatk but the JHF ha
a iause moat d.ar t.. his heart and lo that : h..
wife, Anna, who is a movuiK | Very few Jewwh bonwa can boast fhf nun '- m
citations from JNK and Hadas^ah which 1 rceel
was privilaged to so.- m th- Slomwtt/ BOOW. A : jr,
of wide rntereata who l imsily cruratreil in prods
one of America's host rlngllsh-J. wish newspap*r,
Phil ga he is called by his frionds has ne\er Nb
-lty to th.' JNF. While he is a pwrtva
River to tho k>oal Jewish Welfare Fed* Tat a ami
otb^r worthy causes, his contrttattionf tu us Rff
are Mitj,tai>dinp.
Nb wonder, th.ni that the Detroit JewkB C0tn>
mui.it> and Jewish National Fund honopd him at*
J*ilntK-spnns.se.l tr-stlmonlal dinner marking th
Golden Jiihfloe of th.' JNK in Detroit last week u
a Philip and Anna Slornovihr Fnroat wfll h. e,i.,
iish.-d hi Drarl as a token of appreciation '.
untiring affbats in U half of the JN*".
ii. ing the guest of hone* at a puisic ranrl
notidag now to l"iii He has estabush d ai i
rvpuraflon in th. Zianfat aagtagaaat lbs fl
''u '' mlture -kI Cngjkh-Jeadah joumi -
i I a- th- rirsl president or the Amrrlrari >.
ciatior. of E^igiiah-Jesram Manaaapsaa, ."mI
b r.*t in local, national and internat:..-.al Jom
is oWp ..nil ins knowledge prufuuiwl L:
Phil teatimvtti has a UmftJan oafttcatton
strenffttVning J. wish life and tradftions
By CARL ALPERT
Vietnam, Cambodia And Israel

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Hangs par-
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as from
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who felt
lliv
servat ind n cUonarka
il is iinn istakahl. the
libj n
lual i iliti ..' an I wclsl i in
who ,.i shaking the verj atrue-
1 ure v : ,n governna nt in
I attempt to force a new isola-
tionism upon the United stataa
And the '^conservatives" are the
on.s adM gfl w.sisting that totall-
uiisii, must i h. i far
from \i\ rlca'i -': it
aary, if America its, n :.. i,
1st i. ii- pondi
in this sit \
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nati
American hi 'in
'ii. U S Con .. ss i
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.. and turn, d down '
Irj int.. th. i eagu I P
'1" tat iaolatlonism canti lb rb
1' I lly to the em.i i
l cutbreak of World War II
a similar isolationism aeema to be
:
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within ra
the A
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gallons be mid.
basis ol What I ;
but also with a Vats to
the long run. u in Am.i.
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LEGAL NOTICI
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UGAl NOTICI
LIGAL NOTICE
- Notice of action
N THE CIr2u|TCRJR,T OF THt
f ustM -..WOtCtAl. CIRCUIT
or FLORtQA I* ANO FOR OAOI
COL'NTV CIVIL ACTION
no. ro-wss
SUIT FOA OIVOFCE
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NTIloSY MECCA
v.u (M'W'SI MECCA, in her.-.
, notified "'"' "Hi nl Complaint
. t)ivi haa '"I filed. M
u ajld "U ^r*" iciiUire.1 to s, rvc .i |
,, v of yur An* or Plxadina I"
e. Hill "' C--niawl "> thr I'lim-
: ;ii..riw> PATI. KU ITNKV.
Kg 4... l.ncoln Kui4 Miiuni UVurh.
ynda n'"l >- 'be original Aim-
,r or I'I-.-.dine; 13 Uii........ nf the;
', -k "f ill'" Circuit Court ..n re the l"th dj of Ally ISM. If vu
,11 t do jh>. judgment I" il. i .ult j
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LEGAL NOTICI
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NAME LAW
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tint
TI notice ahull be puhllsh. .1 mice
,. h week f-r r.*ir ornaecutive weak*
uTHK JBWtUH i'LORIDIAN..
1SB AMI ORDERED hi Miami,
ri -ida. thi* *fth day of Mny AD.
KB I.EATHKRMAN.nerk
ircult Court, rtnde County, Florida
Ittr: J.r SMITH
Deput, Clerk .
ftCI. KWITNKI
rney for Plaintiff
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NOTICI OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 2072?Acta of 1941
File No t* A 11
"TH'K IS HIT.REHY lirVRN thi.t
,.\N I.ANDial rodder .f ii
Sale Certificate M. 77V" i--u.l
. in dm) ..f Ju Ah IMT, i m
..pi. la nfflii and hai
application foi :. > deed i..
>MI.'I IMNti Raid i '. i '.ilo-hi-
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-M7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS I. THORNTON.
Plaintiff
UOI V THORNTON.
!>( nilimi
To: Li:i: N. THORNTON
K. ,i.j. ii.. (.*nkii..\vn
Tou. u:i; N. THORNTON. nn>
barabi iii'iii.il ikt a Hill of CVm-
plMini Utr DRnanM hii" Ihi-ii fllinl
ftaiiiMt j-om. und you ro n-iuir.-it to
a*rv- .. ii.p> .r vour tnsiwr >.r
PlnatDng to ik. Hill f i">imi>i.unt ..n
Ih.- IM:.mi)fTi .itt..rn. i Im Olfh-.*
Of liI.I..\< K HAHONK. 17i" Month-
t 7th Btntcti Ruilr |i>. Mmnii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-2174
GEORGE T, CLARK
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imi- .i;|. siTH Ml rKL.HH
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All i -r.-.l.t,,..-. .,, ,| ah Pi un llav-
lIhimi .,i Iti-nuiubi AftiuaM s_,.i
v..ii .ii. I b) : otlftod .,. an
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wnli hi, hnvi nt u,
. -t;i.- i.i isiih,i:k srn.\ll'CKI/EB
i.,....,i i.ii. ol Dndc L'ounty, Florida,
i" ih.- I'liuniy Ju.brea ..f l>ii>l. Counter
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i.i i iilad In s-, in.1, :, ii piorklM
I Simiu'.-. iii Hi. ii ,ffi,.. mi thr i ..un-
iy i '..in ilioui-n in ii.i.i. Onunty, Flo-
rida Mithlii -i\ ..I.nilm inoiKh.-
Ii.nn !.. inn, ..( |(,,. f|rs, puttlii-alinn
harrof, ..i- iii.- name uiii be barred
Hated ..i Miami. PlornU, thlv Kth
day ..f June, A ii l7n
HISSIK SCHMIfKI.ra:
An Ailn)itiiMr: Kiri iiul.li.iaion of ihi* m.ii. .
111. ISth .lay of June, XliTU.
I.IXN A KI'HTKIN
Attorney for AdminlKtratris
4-'0 Llnovln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 3ttt9
6, !-" 7'3-t
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIV.L. ACTION
No. 70- 10785
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' VRRIH I KHOICK- i.N \s II.I.I V.MS
I'liiiniiir.
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'6 COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 84917
iv i;i: Est v; i: m-
n:am !..- i> VUULL/E
I'i I.MI.INS. '\
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CITATION (PublicaUonj
.ir.-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
70-10*04
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
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THE COUNT1. 'I'OC.I S COURT
IN AMI FO OAl.l I N
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
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'JudQO Frje D Do* nj
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NOTICE TO CREOITOR^
IN THE COUN I V JLOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-1605 (Judge Bianton,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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M W. I.KVINB,
Di fendanl
TI \iai: I.KVINE
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Urnnklj n, N'i \ nrk 11.
Vou, MAR I.KVINK h
ii..iin..I thai :i Rill ..f I'ompl
Alinulnn III nl IHvnri'i In be. i, til. .1
ii il \ -il ,ii .- r. <|iin -^. i \. ,i ,,|>> nf ., ii I r Pleail-
Ihi Hill of fomi
P lltifl rilel S A I I T \ ,\
7. \.\|| "I" 151" t'aiiltal Hank Rlilic .

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Ihe I ......i .ii- ..ii i.i
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VON SSAAII r .v SMITH
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IMKRKK u I I.I.I A..1S.
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Til. HIKRRK \\ II.I.IA.NiS
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Vou, lii:il:i: WILLIAMS.
hereby notlfted thai a Hill n? Com-
i.l.Hiii f..r Divoroa haa i...n filed
-i >..u, ,,i i..u ..ii- i.Kiiurad
i.i rerva a copy nl yonr Auawer or
Plaudina la lh< Bill .i Cotaajlaini ""
the I'l.iiiiiifi uttupaey MANffoltlH
II. KKAMKR, 11..0 N.W. 14th Street,
Miami, Plurlda :..'.i:ni ami hi.- iii.-
orliilnal Anxwar or I'o-^diiiK in the,
offl.e ,.f til- Clerk ..f the Circuit
I'ourt ..ii or before the lith day of
July. 19*0 If you rail to do an. judi:-
on ^enl by default will be taken a.iiiiM
I you for ti relief demanded in the
; Rill of Complaint
Thi* Boltoa shall he publlHh.il ooo.-
each week for four ovnaaauUve an)alt*
in Tiii; ,ii:\\ isii rviA.itiniAN
ix>NU A-N1 olUiKI'.Kl) at Miami.
Florida, Uii l.'.tli duy ol June A.D.
1ft*.
UII LKATHKHMAN. tlerk
Cirruit t:<^trt. Wade Caainty, Plottda
By: C. IMmiUlAX
Deputy Clerk
(Cltvuit Court Seal!
SANI'"i|:i> II Klt.VMKlt
ll.'.O N.W 14th Slreel.
Miami, l-ia
Attorney fof Plaintiff
I 19-2* T ?.-}<
THE STATE OF FLOfNOA:
TO perwillM u Iii. may be heir- ai
uw "I III. i..i. I.IAN. KS ISA HI ,IIC
TOMJ INStJ all i.ihe* per-onl
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VoU .i'. lurel.y lioliticd tll.i' .1 pi -
I. bi en filed rn s:.i.l i'ourt
praying for A li-ti-riiiiiiation of Heira
In ill- .. BaUalai and \<.u are
lieri-l.> !.,un.-d i.. file vi.ur written
deli nxea ret., within thirty day a
after Ihe fital i.u>>lii'Hti..n or poi hereof, und aarua H oofMy thereof
upon p.iii i..iierV attorney, whone
1.1.me and iiddraaa are: K. BKrCr*
AldSTXAMDMK OK MVKKK, KAPLAN.
lHIRTKR, l.i;VINS 1 ir.it M \v Kind si reel. Miami. Fla-
il you fail t., do ao, judanuoit may
I..- entered in due eaaanaa upon the
petition
WITNLHW my IiriiiL and the e.al
of -unl i'ourt at lia.le County. Flo-
rida thin "ru .Iny nf June liiln
FRANK H. UtilVUXO
i '.lUnty .ludKe
By: .Mll.H \ a DICK
Clerk
(Circuit Court send
l-1i si pul.li.-i,. .1 ..r |w.ied on June
6, lfTO Jewish Kltrldiaa.
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IN THE COUNT JLDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-2156
III l:i: i:-l:.l. of
I.-.M.. IRK I'lSCHLIJIN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All i 'i...i,i..i- ...i Ail I'.i ...ii-.
H.i \ 'in: I '!:nni- i ir I l| in
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Vou ,' hereby imlifii
iiuir.'il Ii
n,. L*h ynu nmj hao i^
ih. ila id ISAI H IRK KISCHHKIN
i i- I Ida,
In tin ,. .i i ii
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provided
Statu
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^ Florida. wlthl i ndar
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IRS KAI'I \ PORTE1I
SSi N \ KKNIN
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for Km ii'
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Hill
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-98718
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JACK id ii || i HARE
KATHKTN HARK
T< i KATHRVN HARE
v 7 \/_ I. n Street
Hort All. II, t ..n;-i:iiia
V il. KATHRVN HARK, are here.
i.v ii..iiii.-,i ii>,i :i Hiii ol Complaint
i. \,.i. .- ) i v.l aaralnat
., ii i ynu uired In aarvi -
in i i' i.ii
Ihe I! Ihe Pll
tiff |.\\ IH THKOIH IRH
HKRi I' -' (. I", leral
llu dun I fll
i' idina ri the
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July, l
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.ecu. ..f lOSHN Ki. SOI..MIK I-
.d la la ..I Dadi County. I ',
Count) Jaataea nl IWid. c.uniy
file the lumr 'n duple ..! ann
dad In HaaH.-u ill l( Fl
utes. iii the'r nfflrea In the Ci "
'ourtbuaa in laade County, Kt.,i
within aix aalendai montna from)
time ol the first pulli. ..ti.-ii here-
r the Millie nil i barred
.te.1 ..i Miami Florida, thl- Urd
r Ma) A I
i:Kl.l.A SO UN IK
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-t niilllrratlai of this not.. on
'h da) .f .lua. I'T'i
UIRV /I KBRaili'K
inev f,,r A.lnai lalratrll
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ml H. ... Il, FlOJ ida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"TICK is HBRKin <:i\ \:\
undi k-ii. -l I ii ii ime ..I
Il now \i:D \\ i VSTi .'!. r \ .i
Nl|. II ... inrth M am
h. Fla n.t.-M- In n.(
alth the l
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low \ i.ii WEI NS'l ni'k DO
"I '-SION A I ISKOI I VTI" IN
MtRKR llo.SKUN 1\H
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fr Ai.ni
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iii. Fla Ul
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jelsti tkrXJHr
olicils your leqal notic***
We appreciate your
patronncfe and guarantee
accTurate etarvic* at ieqal
rates .
Jor mi
NOl ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M .'II. I. is in -1: t. I N
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^ytjs ..i; N \V I- Si Miami
Kl..i Ida i- i" r.-itletet aaid
i, ,ii, ilo "Ii I.. ol the "iri uit CnUl t
ii | Dad...... I
HH I is s INCHES! i iwrn-ri
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Id Hi:ilKI-\ ill! KM II 'I
:h. ui ii.i-ii- ..i. ii-u.iik lu eiiaaaja In
I ii-i ui ill i the fl. Iltlnua mi of
t-.il. .v. ill HTA.VUARJ) KBatVlCh,
ST ATP > K fill Kl., Hi i
.11.. mill
Hie I 'll i ii Ul I "I
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AMI! [Ml S R.IBRIO
.1. .-I. CAB .i.l.CI'i.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA
No 70-8877
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
III.Ill I- M I.INDK.N it I
MARC. A
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SHERMAN H VI MRINH
I. I'll i-.i. HAI HR1ND.
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T.i SHI IIMAN IHI MRIND u I
I .'l-lir.l. RAI'MRINIl Ii.- lie.
Sti
111-.....,'% M Vnrl ,,.,..,,
V,M v:,: I RHKIIV NOTH IEP
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relullna to aerttun fun Is I hi 'i
, |>ade .-uiiiy. Fharldn ha-
mi i" H "u"
b> il,. pi ii.uiii'.
y,.r IRE RRtJCIRKD
eopj of youi wer or othi i."-''1-
, piaini ir "*> ..'-,,
c. .l.M H FRIEDMAN *K
Street. Mlara I J
ih.....wii d ii ini "i 'vrk
I ,,r the ..! ive La art, "ii "r l.ei.,i. in.
15 h da) 'u '" I" '" l,ll! '
which lie .....ipum wi" be mk.
,-.. fill Ih. I lie'
.n plaintiff*' cotnplal
Dntad lhi th day June. IS
KH I.KATHKKMAN. Clerk
Clerk ..I Ihe I'll, uii Curl of
11 ,,|. County Fl-.t loa
I r tttpRLANO
.,,u,yci..^ m
-
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da
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H IRI KH HER i'i i
Ml v- I'HAIUSKY
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10253
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
c\i:i i.s \ it-n -i: roi*l.l.ti
ci.ui,tiff.
It< -s v XI m:z ci 'i:i.' -1
Defel
Ti i Ii- ISA M 'N BS! CI >EIJ.<'
chib .v., Quito K>|uador
S.'UIh Am. ri...
y .ii il. -s \ mm:/, i >i:i.i .'
hereb) notified Ihnl u Rill l I
plain) lor Divoroe haa been filed
..miinsi you. and you are required
to s. rv.. a copy "l your Anaweff or
1'leadlni '" '' Rill i Ot.ntplaliit "ii
Ihl PI .niMfl- all..l ii. > M ITTHKW
(USHEX, I'..-.'.. 1-', S K. SvaoimI h
I Miami, i''i, i la and Me ih. "i im..i
I .ii .. r ... Ptl-adlna hi Hi. ..n,,
thi i "let k ..I the Circuil ui'
i i fnri lha lain da) of July. i"T". I
ynu fail i" -I..... iudtmei i h) di
r.iult "ill be taken aaalnal you for tli
ml, ,| m thi Rill ol
: '
nntii -hall hi publish, ri mm
week for foul n-ulivi .eel
n -\\ ISII II UtiniAN
I >. .\l". WD ORDERED Hi M
this Mh ila) nl Juni ID
'"'' |- n ll' VTHBRM IN. CI.
Cir, u. url I nli 'I
Hi .' |- .-. H'EI IN'll
I .. mil ( i I. i k
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MAI-l IIK'.V tlU>
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Ait......> for Plu

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requeeted
pi.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No 70.9684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ji 'Vi I'I.' "KIA LOU
Plaintiff.
c.imkci: IH sam; i.hii
i..:. udanl
fill tiEORC.R Ilo
re-l.l. Ill ...lli-'-s "
,!,., Id pul Hi -; China
i- iiir. il "
, uouilali ''
nf ih. ,,l,..w ."
i upon,
i:s.j
linncn i
SANO I.OH.
r.ini, ia>
i Thailand ra
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H illi Ihl ,' I k
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HERMAN II HI EN.
for plninlifl I
Miami. Floi il .
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.onitdaiui "ill be lh< '- "'
DATKD Ma) -.Hi ''""
i; It. LLAI'llKltMAN
ci. rk nf ihe '*;'' ui' court
U) c r c"i'i:i.vM'
Depttt) Clerk
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOl iEMAN'S SALE
.NOTICE Is H

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Weliue. Mini
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erly .
Dated ai Miami, Florida, Ihla irth
da) of J u
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
M'l'iii: is HEREBY lilVEN that b)
\irlu. ..t Cli ,pier 871 "I I'I.ti.Ih sl.il-
UteM ll led ll'.MII Warehous.-
.i'i.I \\ ar.-h.'iise It.-.-.-inls wli.i-
in ARE V'AM LINKS ll.riila .-..r-
pnratlnn b) virtue -.f It* wanahauw
li. .i Ii..- in its P...--.-M..II ihi- follow-
ing d- -- bed |.r.,i'.'.', *
1-..I Household avotla as the i.r.peri.
,.i Mrs Sharon Rmwn whose in-i
knnwi nil Irtaw \\..s i' ., \ w -i-i
SI Mi.in: 1*1,,ri.la .....I that "H I'".
loth da) July. I7" during ihe
leieul ii.-ui- "f sale, mainly between
11 no .,, and 2:ou In i lo .. i ter-
. S \\ Uii AVI nue.
M .mi Flni iila Ihe u*daalM ., ihi hiarbeal hlildar for
.... I, i ,, ii i i i died pro-
US sil IR) IN i:lt"\y N
I :..... M ui", Florida, Ihla 17th
"'7"
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA 'NPROBATE
No 70-1988
'
UAItin TAI IN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i diti Ml I
ng i I .nixicls Ak .nisi Said
-feu an hen b I >feal r. ia
I '.....il :>!>
uln.li \"ii ma) have nawioel tl
XI'I'V I. TAIIAX Ail ..-"I
late. i ...d. i '..11111). n...'i.i.. to ih.
Count) .'.id... Ikidi 'ount). and
. li, si. in. in.o. ii and it-
% Ideal li -. I -1 "
iit.s. In their office* In the Cnunty
. kiurthnu..... lVi.le C.uiiiy. I'.
wiihii, \ ralenda-c montna rrom Ihi
tun.- Ihi "I pub] hen
... ll in. 11 ill l.e hul r. ,i
Miami. Fkirida, Hi
ill!) |,| June. A D
RORERT TAR IN
|.,l \ |V '.Mil Ml. .1
Miami CI
\m Adminislrai i
I'irsi oul.licalloi. ..| this noli.. OB
Ihe IBth -lay < June, r-7"
ts ./rv .:. -I p and <: '1 P
litornry*. for Admlnlatrator
i .. Se. i... .: Rulldlna;, M iml Florida
1-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N a V E LAW
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKRI C.IVEN I
u..... .- eil desirlna i" etiaTatra
id Iiusiii.,-s unil.T ihi ricl ii.-us name
id IANNS VSHIoNS il I CI N W
17th I venue Miami, Plorldaa S3IS.' in-
lell.lH l. lull- lei ,1 ,nte w 11 ll the
Clerk ..f Hie Circuil Court of 1'
County, i'i.ui''a
w ii .i.i im l' PARK9BB
i i n \\ iTiii a vi nee
mi. i nniss
IRTHCR iV KARLR'K
\ : in for A|ipllcanl
; It-M 7 M
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIV IL ACTION
Nc 70-10487
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Jewish Floridian
ff;-j:n; fcorida Friday. June 26, 1970
Section B
JJond Election To Be Held Tuesday
I || is of th- City of Miami
mil go tu the poll* Tuesday to
, | bond lane believed by
, to b vital to thi' clty*i fu-
, Voter aiH'foial of th.' 11
|t, ma : talMd IB Msf bond eloc-
t n will provuli' Cfty "I Miami
official! Hh the authority to
l irrj out implementation of the
pi ijecta OVSJl1 tru" ,,,xt M veral
> "-1
anticipate a tax Incre ise u re-
"ult of its pan ,.-. n wai reported
and c mpere the situation to In-
n asing small mortgage on a
tine house in order to make tin
rapain necessary to retain or in-
crease its value.
Among i fiose wh,> attended the
recent luncheon held by the Com-
mittee for a Better Miami was Dr.
Joseph ft N'arot ot Temple Israel.
I 'in of the prime objectives of fie urged all Miamians to portiri
I'ii group planning these improve-
I is modernization of the fire
t : i-i'iiTM-fighting equipnvnt and
i introl of pollution. Ke\itali/at ion
, the downtown arva. a project
t .i will increase the value of all
downtOWB property, is another
: unity task which will be
: uii-i d in this manner.
Supporters of thv plan do not
pate in the voting, registering
then support of all 11 issues
Tin- total package has also been
endorsed by all local unions ol the
Dade County Federation ol Labor
lAFL-CIOl leaden >.i which were
addressed by Miami Mayor Steve
dark, Cltj Commissioner Maurice
Kene and the labor federation's
pivsici. nl I Iddle St.; hi nson.
Federation Of Men's Clubs Elects Bash Vice President
The National Federation ol at 510 Nl 173rd Si u
i Chiba, holding their conven-J club's award tor havii
il l',; ossingpi NY 1 is!
v k liet.il J(M k M I'.ash. of
5' "' Hay Dr.. Mian Eh sch as B
\ it the organization
i i I n ;'i'- Kmanu-El,
-h. a ho Is a I ifficci
i Congregation Rodfei Zedek,
i I i s
i the }'< !' i al ion's Mi Iw esl Ri
and as hai nai ol Leaders
, dning F llowship il the Jewish
, s, n i ii> s Teachei'
i tit iti
Ralph Flsti i
itmn's Florida
I sj B410 SW
i imii an award it i
IIls region show d
the
thi ii i
Mending project ol 1969-1970,
il M lli< Il IS nl Ii Xt-
.' led '"
IMulii'i Ini v.i ilh
The bond issue has been sup-
ported by Miami's principal duly
I-, wspapers in n ei nl weeks, and
thr Congress ol Senior Citizens
Organizations ol Florida, Inc., has
prepared a letti r over the signa-
tures of Max Friedson, president,
and Leo Berner, president of the
Downtown Senior Citizens Dis-
trict '.. urging a ES vote June 30.
Congressman Claude Pepper, in a
recent Ipeceh made to leaders of
Miami's black community, pointed
out. "This is not the white man's
bond issue. It's not the black
man's bond issue. It's a bond issue
for all the peoole."
The items, which will lie voted
on separately, include money for:
sewers, storm drains, sidewalks,
streets mannas, downtown con-
vention center, riverfront develop-
ment, incinerator and garbage col-
Ii i t inn improvements, parks, re-
placement of some fire si it
,. w cit) hall and new polii i
lion and equipment. Thi s wers
h |j sidewalks, strei is. parks
n i improvi : police proti
.,,:. needed in blai k -
Some 76,000 Jewish men, women and children were
resettled by United Hias Service in the '60s, Gaynor
I. Jacobson, executive vice president of the worldwide
Jewish migration agency, said at its 15th Overseas
Migration Conference held recently in Rome. U.S.
Ambassador to Italy. Graham A. Martin (left) was
presented with a plague by Harold Friedman, presi-
dent of United Hias Service, as a tribute to his "con-
tributions to the solution of refugee problems." as Mr.
Jacobson and Leonard Seidenman, United Hias di-
rector of European and North African operations, look
on.
'Alan King Day' Proclaimed
Ambassador Avraham Harman,
president of the Hebrew Univer-i
sity in Jerusalem, has proclaimed
Sunday. June 28, "Alan King Day"
in recognition of his conspicuous
service to that Institution.
The humorist and televisioi
former is presently raising funds
within the framework ol the
By Hebrew University Head
American Friends of the Hebrew
University for a project to wh
he personally has pli dged 8200,000.
This "project ol love" is the A! i
K S "..L.rship for the Hebi
I niversity, which will i' used t>
issist a number ol thai Ii -' It
s 15,000 students in getting
tident of
on. who
16th SI re
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'
increase In club iffi il foi tin
year. ^* Setaoi r pi psldi nt ol the
H Mi Torah Mi n's Club who live*
FOB A BETTER
MIAMI. THE UOST
Ml SI HE MET...
VOTE FOR
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BOND ISSUES
TUESDAY, JUNE :i0
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r;cicv June 25. 1370
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JWV Auxiliary 174 Is
Winner Of Awards
174
KIRCH I
, hn Lber, president of,
i'.i it Brown Auxiliary
Jewish War Wutmiis. an-
hat a number of awanls
n by that organization
... DopSTtnwnt of Florida
n, held recently at the
Hot I
itha Lach Trophy, given
nicluai tor work benefit-
V AukUsjm >. went to Syd
ti>inh< e I at i nt Muni.-- was
hi th" onlj Service Pin
t > tv i> pnrtnw m <>f
i recognition of her State Department Insur-
. ran Kate Graham, the
asai i i w ai runner-up
I'. l| "l'c .W ,1U ,|l ll
ti m to the Aid to Israi l
i bj Peai l Wi in-
li man the Hospital Tro-
pted by Hannah Sat/.
n, the Community K-la-
I;, [iven chairman
lottlob i" l the aw si I
-mi' K i Irak] III tort an
Publicity chairman, the
.' Is :\ i-.| citations
u 'i k in Publk
it Pi Ing, Amii r.-
canism. Veterans Service
Oiilcl Wolf are.
and
During t*u- aonvention, B<-llk>
Swart/, who has twice served as
president of Auxiliary 174. was
Sktctad to servo as Department
Conductress,
Wometco Theatres
BURT ,; DEAN
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JEAN SEBERG
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Slate Is Installed
By 15*11 ai Raphael
state Attorney Richard E Ger-
stein was guest Speaker and m-
talled the new Congregation B'nai
Raphael officers at last week's
ceremonies in the temple. He was
introduced by a past president of
the congregation following the
services conducted Friday evening
by Rabbi Charles M. Rubel and
Cantor Jack Leroer.
The officers installed Included
Emmanuel Rosenberg, president;
Rudolf Mann, executive vice presi-
i. Harold Fret dman, Jack
Berne, Maurice Sinai, Allan Nin rv
, aser, vice pn s-
idents; Helene Goodman, record-
ing secretary, LUa Brown, corre-
sponding secretary; Stuarl Miller,
treasurer, and Norman Elbrand,
financial seel I ar> .
Board members installed includ-
ed Janet Blake, Hy Budnick, S
. :ii;, Sand) .Kij ner, B< n Frei-
mark. Harve) Goodman, Howard
L, Hartm in, Bill Heine. Irving
Katz, Ed Katzin, Marci i Kai
Phyllis Pal...... Kathy Resnici
Isapersteln Mori Smith, Phyllis
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Mrs. William Lee Is
President Of Dade
County PTA Council
"We are a potent force, capable
>f bringing about changes that will
I enhance and better the educa-
tional process for all children of
Dade County." declared Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Lee as she took office as
president o( the Dade County
1 ouncil o! Parent-Teai hi i Asso-
ciation.
Mrs Lee, a member of Temple
Israi i>i (ii eater Miami, m gi d
that the PTA act t combat the
use (it drugs and work I i rehabili-
tate addicted youth She stressed
the need for PTA members to
work together to bridgi the gaps
between the racx s as wi n as the
generations, and asked them to
le-emphasi :e then- diffi rences
while concentrating on "what we
want for our children."
Mis Lee called for more mem-
bers to attend the meetings of the
county-wide group, and promised
that the pros and cons of major
issues would be weighed. "In as-
suring the rights of all." she add-
ed, "Wi- must not trample on the
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equality and excellence in educa-
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iunty," she said.
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Jewish Floridian
the (A/oman s lAJorla
Fr.day. June, 2ft 19/0
Page 5-B
Women s Division
Leads The Nation
The Wmon' DMaton of the
,i.r Miami Jewish Federa-
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,.ntasr increase in pBMaJBl '' Bte
("..mbtomt Jewish Apncal-Irnrl
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1989 figures
In a Ktatrment released hy the
Council of Jewish Federation* ami
Welfare Fun*, the centra! orjrani-
.11 i'ii for more than 220 fatten-
on unit welfare funds throuph-
iit the United States, th- Greater
Miami Jc-WWl Fiilcration's Worn-
i n's Division shows .i 4t>6 percent
inn as-' over I9K9 plncini; it first
iinmnit thr 12 major communttlea
tin United State* w/fth Jewtota
poputetkaH of over 4n.oon.
In law part, these results .ri
ct trihutcd to thi' new approach of
iii- Women's I>i via ion which has
i ntraMzrri this year into three
^.OKrapliical urea Ixwnh l'tili7-
rifi m-w cunininalions of (croup
lynsrr.les. panel and BOdienOE par*
'u-ipalMin education sessions and
audio vual proaunlatluns, the
Federation's NUUKU are reaehiiuj
ut to deepen the commitments of
the South Dm It. North Dade and
Miami Iteach ronimunity.
Tin' latest figures released hy
the Federation show the Women's
Division with a total of 9415,433
!>>r tin- 1970 CJA-IEF campaign.
In 1969. this Division raised a to-
tal amount of ..-1.000.
Tii. new leadership for 1970-71
for the Women*! Division held its
lira! executive araalcti at Mount
Sinai Moapitai on June fed and
proposed programs designed to ex-
pand iu educational, leadership
training, community organisation
and campsiKn spectrum to Include
the full sweep of Dade County
Jewish women.
Mrs. Burton R. betray, new
i p-id. ht of the Women's DM-1
-ion. declared. "We have the pco-1
t le whose talents, -.kills and sense '
of Abdication can only combine to
i ifjiduci She most creative and PUC-
hil enmpaum year our dam*
rrssnlty ha* ver seen."
The officer* largely responsible
tor tin -meres.-; of this year's cam-
paign are Mis Edwin B. "PI* "-
helm, president; Mrs. Jack Katz-
mnn, campflgn vice p re si dent;
Ii- Irving Wexl.r. vie. president
CommuHftsr Otsjanfaation; Mis
Hob.it Shapiro, vice prcsidant,
i.du.ati.in, Mrs Richard Brick-
man, vice president, Leadership
Training: Bl Howard Trtns, ,
vice president, Area Coordination;
Mrs. Howard Ayares, secretary;
Mrs Milton Sirkcn. COTrespondinR
a en i iry; Mrs. Aaron Farr. Par-
ham. itanan; Mrs Sol QOldSteOI
and Mrs. Burton Levey, taunedi-
tite past presidents.
Also, Miami Beach Board Mrs.
Harry B. Smith, chairman; Mrs
Leonard Rosen, vice chairman;
Mrs. Harry A. Levey, secretary;
Mrs. Irving Lehl -man. sdvisOT.
North Dade Board Mrs. Philip
Btoofla, chairman: Mrs. Fred Sing-
er, uftpe chairman; Mrs Harold
Schneider, secretary: Mrs. Stanl.v
Stein, attvtsor. Sotrth Dade Board
Mrs Stanley Oilhert chairman;
Mrs J William Rams, vtee chair-
man; Mrs Robert Traurig. secre-
tary; Mrs. Howard Seharlm, ad-
rwor.
Atao. Mrs Jack Katzman. Ovcr-
all Campaign chairman; Mrs
l-awrenee Hryman. Overall Bene-
factors chairman: Mrs. Morton
Hill. Overall Patrons chairman;
Mrs. Morton SUberman. Overall
Initial Gilts chairman; Mrs. Jo-
seph R. stein. Mrs. Edward Cal-
ler and Mrs Herbert Login, Weft-
view Women chairman.
WCJW Vollllllt tTH
Award Reeipienti
The Gn tei Mian i S ct ion of
th N'atioi al Coi ncil ol J. wish
worn......-cived a V >l int. it5i v-
ce Award from ll in* at, ad Junior
Hii.li School during an "Award
Assembly'' h. |,| rec.-ntly at the
achooL
Volunteers frcm the 75-year-old
wom. n' s. i- in orgai Isptioi n
reeoffnieed for the work In ih.
TAC 'Tutorial and CuttliraJl nro-
giam. a project geared for ladies
vitally concerned with children's
welfare fnd develoomenl Council
r.\c volunteers assisl teachers in
a readlnesi program t n prt -school
youngsters in school- participating
in the anti-poverty pi'oniani, tak-
ing them on ii, i,i tri|is ami show-
ing them the world ahout them in
an attempt to widen their hori/on.-.
They also assist tea. h mentary. junior and senior high
-.-h.H.ls. tutoring students in bask
arithmetic, remedial reading and
even geography.
The volunteers at Hemuatuad
Junior High School were being
recognised for their devotion In
the latter project as well as their
individual initiative in olMaining
ye t.-sts and spectacles for those
Undents in need. The Communlt}
Service Award was voted for them
by the i mire student body.
Accoptrng the Volunteer Service Awcrrd for the National
Council of Jewish Women at Homestead Junior High
Awards Assembly are Mrs. Robert Siegel and Mrs. Ernest
Andich, volunteers. Master of Ceremonies Johnnie Davis,
junior high student, makes the presentation.
$. Florida Council Officers Installed
Mrs. Abrainowitz Receives Degree
Mrs. Rachel Atiramovvit/, who
last year received her MA. degrtf
from thr Inivi rsity of Miami's
School of International Studies as
a Russian Ana Studies major, has
bran award, d her Diplomat.' in
College Teaching degree by the
adversity.
Mm. Abranwwitz, wife of RabM
Mayer AbraiDOWiU, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Menoiah. and the
mother of Dahlia. David and
Kceiia. began It r college training
it Miami-Dade Junior College and
continued her undergraduate study
i t the University of Miami After
receiving her B.A. degree Magnn
i Cum LaudP, she continued her
education there, teaching in the
Russian departments of both the
university and Miami-Dade Junior
College while doing bar graduate
work.
Mrs. aiffermoa
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M r Sidney
Ritterman ia
ns1 iiii d i.- pres-
ident of t h -
Soul h Florid i
Council of < "hii-
dren'a Asthma
Research Insti-
tute and Hos-
pital .it I >en.
this week at Ihc
h o m .- of Mi -
Lpo Frank, of
Hollywood Mrs
Mtrrry Harrison
was the installing officer.
Other officers included Mrs.
Lawrence Grodin, fund raisin
Hcc president; Mrs. Roberl H.-i-
N-rt. Publicity vice president; Mrs.
Allen Abakan, treasurer; Mrs.
Richard Kate, recording, secretary;
Mrs. Paul Necdelmabi correspond-
ing secretar) and Mrs. Ernest
Harris. Chaplain.
CAl'.IH center in Banver not
only provides tree treatment .uk'
care for the nation's most severely
.iff'ictcd children twit, through in-
l.'-;,itel clinical and biisic re-
search, works constantly (mvaitl
betti tjement of thi- disaaaa
md elimination of asthma and th>-
other all. I se ises.
The Denver Institute L< open
sthmatic chlklran
.' !>. it r Miami area who
ind other criterl i
Tor Hi The fund^ rai.-ed in
his an-1 I j thi eight chi pters
ire used to I rthei thi CAROTa
medical and research
programs.
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The "youth eamporship" fund of
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will benefit from the summer carl
party '" be h. id on Wednesday,
July 8 under the c"chairm;.n-hi(
ol Mra S imu I Gray and Mr-.
Thomas Green. The pasty, fi-.^t of
two, will include a noon luncheon.
Mrs. Jerome Rado is Sisterhood's
; president.
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AftS. MICMAH S. JACOBS
Roiter-Ren-A ri
Paula Bon-Ari on married 1"
;."ii Roiter in carsmonles eon
ucled by Rabbi Ralph 7. GIL*
n. Sunday, June 21. in Temp.
Or Olom.
The daughter of Mr and Mm
Benjamin Ben-Ari. 1721 SW 97th,
Ct. the new Mr*. Roiter is
Krsduate of Coral Park High
Pehool anrt Miami-Dado Junior ,
Ollcse. Her sister. Rena Sega! i
vi r\vd as her maid of honor.
The bridegroom studied at He-
brr*w University in Jerusalem and
obtained his decree in Kmnnmio-
*mm the University of Antioqui.i
r Colombia. South America. The
hr.de > brother. Solomon Ben-An
was best man.
After a two-week honeymoon
in Mexico and Aeapulco. the couple
A-i'.l live in MenVllin. Colombia
Rotbart-Sharpe
The marriage of Shelly .Mary
Sbarpe. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
Jcnph Shan"1. 5*30 Cherokee
Ave.. Miami Beach, and Dr Ahra-
ham Rotbart. son Ql Mr and Mrs
Adolf Rotbart. 800 83rd St Miami
Tfcarh. was solemnized by Rabbi
Irvine I.ehrman Thursday. Jun. IK
nt Temple Kmanu-KI. Thi Ci n
monii s wuif fbUoweo" by a recep-
tion at the ti mple in then- honor
Th bride, ad* r at North
Beach Elementary School, attend-
i steph. ns College after gradual-
. from Miami Ek ach aV mor High
i- hooJ. She graduated from t"<
i nivmtty of Miami when shi h
present!) itudying for her Master'i
degree in Guidance ami Counsel-
ing. Winner of a ballet wholarshii
tc the American School i Ballet
in New York City provided by thi
Ford Foundation, and anothi i '<
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
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MIS. JrOBf T A. M ANOlU
the National Ballet. Washington
D.C., the IWW Mrs, Rotbart was
Miss Miami Beach in 1965 and
1966. Miss Hialeah of 1967. Misi
Hospitality, I'.S.A.. and Quirn ol
the Americas."
Dr. Rotbart. who will intern at
Miami Beach's Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, has obtained his education
at the University of Kansas Medi-
al Center, and holds membership
in Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. '
The bridal party Included Mrs
Teresa Baedan, matron of honor.
bridesmaids Silvia Rotbart. Faith
Taraxin. Sandy Leaser, Eva Kalu-
sin. Brenda I'undik ami Janis Yu-
kon, Moisi s Rotbart, best man.
and ushers Barry Sharjx. Tim
Sharpe, Bruce (loorland, Dave
Yukon and David Tanenbaum.
The couple will live in Miami
Bi ai-h aft< r a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico.
Imber-Butnick
Rhonda Iris Butmck and Alan
loel Imher were married June 21
tn a candlelight ceivmony at the
Seville Hotel. Miami Beach.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Arnold Butmck of Miami, the
bride is a graduate "f Shaker
Heights High School, Shaker
Heights, Ohio, and attended Mi-
ni-Dade, Junior College,
The bridegroom, the son of Mr
ind Mrs. Ruiun Imber of Miami,
v a graduate of Tilden High
School, Brooklyn. N Y and Drake
College, where be received a de-
gree in Accounting.
Bridal attendants included Pi srl
Seidler, matron of honor; Wi ndj
Butnick, maid of honor; Renee
[mbei and Beth Levey, brides-
maids, and Jod) Levey. flower-
Attending the bridegroom
were inMn Imber wh.....rved as
best man, Scott Butnick and Don-
,:i Soldinger, ushers.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica
the couple will live m North Miami
MKS. DAVID S. HOFFMAN
Jiuobs-Mittuh'l
Sheri-Jo Mandel and Michael
Stephen Jacobs were married
Thursday evening, Jun.' is. ;n al
family ceremony held at Beth |
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach
The hnae. daughter of Cantor
and Mrs. Emanuel Mandel. 441
NF. 177th St.. North Miami Beach,
is a graduate of Miami Norland
Senior High School and Miami
Dade Junior College.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Nathan Jacobs. 1498 NE 177th
St.. North Miami Beach, is a
graduate of Brooklyn Technical
High School and City College of
New York and is presently the
regional manager of Cole National
Corp.
Dr Max A. Lipschitz and the
bride's father officiated at the 6
p.m. ceremony which was followed '
by a dinner for the immediate!
families at the Royal Hungarian!
Restaurant. Miami Beach.
The brioaJ pa"'>' inelud.-d the
brides sister. Mrs Joel A. COM-
MITS. ABRAHAM ROTBART
stein, matron ol honor; the
groom's sister. Bobbie Jacobs,
maid ol hanar, and Joel A. Gold
stein, who served as best man.
After a honeymoon in the Ba-
hamas, the newlyweds will reside
in North Miami.
Freednutn-Beinhorn
Sally Ann Beinhorn and Douglas
Stuart Freed man exchanged their
VOWS before Dr. Joseph R. Narot
Sunday. June 21. in the chapel at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Music for the the 2:X) p.m. rites
was provided by Margarita Mon-
tera. harpist.
The bride, daughter or Mr. and
Mrs. Irvine Beinhorn, 1241 NE
91st TCr., Miami Shores, gradu-
ated from Edison Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Tennessee. Her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1
Freedman of Atlanta. Ga.. gradu-
ated from Florida Central Acad-
emy, and has attended DeKalb
Junior College and Gt'orgia South-
at
MRS. ALLAN /. IMBER
m stern University.
The bride chose an A-line dress
if white silk organza. Its high
j ruffled neckline was banded with
Venice lace and pink ribbon. The
lantern sleeves, a panel down thf
dress front ami the cap-type head-
piece which held her three-tiered
butterfly vt il were of matching
lace and ribbon.
Lucy Beinhorn served her sister
as maid of honor; the groom's
sister Robyn Freedman, Janelle
' Cutshaw. Mrs. Ronald Stevens
and Kathy Nocll were bridesmaids.
The groom's father. Jack I. Freed-
man, was his best man; ushers m-
' eluded his cousin, Steve Freedman,
! Robert Levtnson, Andrew Polan.
. Randy Saul. Lee Karinshky and
' Dan Taratoot.
Mr. and Mrs. Freedman will
make their home in Atlanta after
a honeymoon in Guadeloupe.
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Nancy Sandra BlUflU and Sand, r
Collier Perle were united in mar-
riage Sunday. June 21. in 6:30
p m. ceremonies conducted by
Rabbi Irving 1-chrman in th.
Doral Beach Hotel.
A student at the Univ. rslty ol
Miami the new Mrs. Perle is the
daughter of Mrs Samuel B. Blum
S302 SW S9th Ave.. and the lati ,
Mr Blum, and graduated front
Miami Coral Park High School
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs
Utter .i Perle. 300 Solano Prado.
Coral Gables, and San Juan. 1 k
graduated from Culver Mllitarj
Academy, where be was a member
,( the track team, and obtained
hj, degree from the Universitj ol
Miami where be will enter thi
..,,;,;,,, school of Radiology
The bride, who selected a full
,., Kown of candlelight orgaius
,,,| .\I. neon lace and a bouquet
,,, oi orchids, was attended
i,v Mrs Sheldon Blum matron oi
honor, and brideamalda I'
Kaplan and Shelly Albom. Hank
peril was best man tor the groom
d Andy Perle, Eric Perk A
Kaplan, Tom Stanek and Charles
.,, r ushered.
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Friday June 26 L37t
Mitchell Wolf son. Fiancee To Marry In Italy Sept. 23
Mvrhfv Carlo and Marrhrsa
Carolina Thaon di Revel of T-;
Italy amrwino the fumgnyTH o!
ih.ir daughter Maria Gri/ia a
Trtl WoMaon. Ji son of Cot
ana Mrs Mitchell Wotfsor.
Miami rVa.h The *tj"!i: will
talc-- plao Sept 2?> m Turin. Italy
The bride-rice*. WH> fall*
a form- r president of th. Torir
Lions CTob and bold* th> Grarvt
Cross <( th.- rirder of Malt* is a
former Royal Alhrrt Academy o(
Art- RMteM She is a trui
ntee. of Psoia Thaon di R
Dora del Mar. who wn Firs'
rmrai o( the Itafian Navy flunr.
World War I. and hr great-
erandfathcr. Ortavko Thaori c,
RnH. was one of thr founder* of
the inodm. Italiar stat- A Kinc
Charles Albert** mim-trr. ii- -..: -
cd thr cnstUution of the m-
Ki-c-'iorr -I tUb '"
A f.mrt^-r- P ndian
ir- proBprc'. jTOOBa. a na-
Tiiar. ha- I- 'h
iiwt. Henartrncnt in Wash-
.mr*on arvl Mkunk and ha* s.
0 i ami T'iiin
wh, ,, Bj r.-* ntly n-.wi
s eradm Oat Lai
Srhonl arwt P
BJBj iMended th. rnivrrsiT-.
MontawlHri in Frar*-- H- ot.tain.-d
fcfj Master- ifookim Sehon! ,; \d\arv-.- irmarinnal Stod*-* Wn*hin.
DtC and th. l'r.\.-rsit;.
logna Italy
trustees of
\\ oHv>e. a >rmi r
:u Ueach an
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was vurrt"i thr 1
M
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prcskfcn*. aw! tr*.r.<*> i f
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Mt Wolfsor* father i> presi-
of \T metro F -trrrm**'-* an>!
. a* rhmnmn tlaT Roai
JWVA Serves Telecart
Ra. Kh>

,Mt..l rhairm
Vixihary of J\V\
Spring* P*t flHl r
u Itiari a' v
rather* Da>
mas ajrrMVff at. tvrri
K u rtz- W t-ilzner
P.ti IrvHal LHarman iffwiaud at thr i
: J. A Itnarf .
-< KrfDur M Kara ir T- ttplr j
~- !r>4nr Jin II Thr
wtaib w t. loll-m-^l b>- a irrrp-
itun a> tni .
Br'h r"v brtttl itMalllfcr of Mr '
Wcstaaer. 267 Shorr i
an-i. thr I
- f \!r nr'. Mr Ai'X Kurt/-
-40 s"-V Jrm n ar- erad.iat.-f
tarsi tiahi.-* High School, and'
ator. at
wh.-rr
ard
r-mnrx4 In PtilV>- t*it at>l hr r> -
1 n. Vvrr in Kroromic*
. ; i,r-* BcaadaV -hol
s as .
A I -
TV. party included Susie
avl of honor: S\aun B- n-
janun Man V.ar.n. Uita R-.idt r
^ || .\y Bodner,
I a. f. : J- ft Roa*i
i I^rtrx Jo.- Korrr. Alan
:-n. uah>-rs.
Mr. Had kin Kurt/ will spend
their hH '"rt- nnrt
*;ll Ii\e :r. all '' I 'h-ir
i- ..rn
riodosseh Games Party Stt
I R Oimlmsn Orouf> of Ha-
,.,. t .. ca-nra ant ard
Bund Hymar.
: H
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Rarken-Sitbrrman
Rabbi Si v-r. Jacobs and thr
br.de and rroorn mrotr thr r
n>jtur an i ate rabbi -ifftriatrd at
h. rrvirtiaKi -t-turiiay m-iunt
.\dria Silbi man and
- :t Raskin at TtaUayh KraH
: Gr. at- r Miami.
Th- rfa-ipbtrr of ft B -1 Mrs.
Nlortor SilhrTTran the rew Mrs
Raslcrn jrraduafed from Forest
". rti* -Vhofrf in W.-it Palm
1^-nch arm i irr*it!y a Social
I Tjiir at Syracuse lni\. r-
ity \r. rio-vw tudnt. h will bo
s arrtor f-v r-- thi y-ar
Ml Ite son of Mrv
Oscar Rasdai n of Alban;. N Y arxl
Hb latr Mr. Raskin, graduaa !
- A. a-U-my in Albany.
Corn. II Inivrrsity. He u> 1-
nnirtr h n U a' L'patats*
Madaad S<-r<.l in S>t.:.
Th.- I Tide fhom a fcown of white
Frener. silk taffeta ith DBrtBfl Bl
Galkn har>l-.i;n.l4u.tl nnbra krrj)
IB IHOfVinspired design. A lotus
DtfBPi r DOIBB t of mother-<.f-j^rI
*vM h-r l-yard \-< il of haod-
trimn-.-il Frenrtl ti:ll. ton sister.
Mara> Silherman. "ho aerved as
maal of hrK>r. Bl in a mo:'
d g'jv.r. of apricot shantun?
with sl.-vwlrsa rape .mi train ol
atirict orcanza iriiriiiwd wiwi
je beading. I'-andi Silbermar..
brioVl crtisin. ami thr groom's
cousin. Ijma Kath. ser\Td ^tni>^
hrt.lriMo.lB Their aprieot anil
BjUti prM '.re-s had snatrhimr
!. *dpt.-cvs Sam Zimmerman was
rh.- groom's ehoi.-e for b.-t man.
TK.- ewipl. vkill horK'fiimmti n
Europe and Ista* I brfon n turn-
ing to SyTacuse to continm- th>-ir
due
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KOIIKY BKI.I.
on "i Mr. and Mrs
B I. ISlti S\V BMh Ot, will
I..... B ii Mltawah Seturdaj
fternoo JuiH IT, at IsMBpfc O;

i >.\.i:ih grade student
Weal Miami Junior I huh
i,., been i member of the
hour) Lea cue for five yean
follows! K ||M < vmiu:
i- tatl i I'i'i at hum.' with
ion in th< lr son'i honor
Roitl KT sKl.l.v
i So'ii son of Ml d
\ : 111) Y.Un. 6321 SV*.
v' w Bar M Levah
Pui J ine 27
i i i Olom Robert i- b
l, stud tv it S
,v | puratorj School
\i- .-.ii Mm v.-i'-'i -aill hoal
Oi i Sli ibb it follow
ht ten as wall at i
). m the Temple following
itw Bar Mltsvah on Saturdaa
The guest* will Include Robert's
; rents Mr nnd Mi's l "" -
Ye I M ind Mra Irving
t.r the eighth gra John
Kennedy Junior High School
Septi mix i
M \lt( >t xKIN
Marc the -or- ol Mr. ai d Mrs
Irwln Suskiii was called to thi
Torafa a- ., Bai MiUvah Satunla)
morning June 20 during thi wor-
rhip servici condui i> >l by Rabin
Ralph !' Kingslej at Temple Sinai
>t Ninth I i
Maic will nt< r in- i Ighth
at John K Kennedy Junioi Hi
S< Ini| this i.i an Is also -i
I- nt at Ti mpli Sh .i! R
Scim i He has I-1 n th- rei
>i fur bowling tin-
past few n i tna.
MOW AIM) DROBNRR
Howard ttv son ol Mi ami
Mrs Robert Drobner ol \; imi,
will obat i vi his Bar Mit/.
Beth Toiall ("oi gi gali< >n
da) morning, Jum 27 Rabbi Max
A Lipschitz will officiati al the
set \ H i -
KEITH BROOV
Sal irda) nil ..-. June _'T. at
Page 9 3
Marc Sutkim
N> York
Danny Sofiverg Seymour Chojet Cory Wolawifl
SKI MOI'R CHAJET
Si > no r, -mi ol Mr. and Mrs
'' Chiijet l Ml mi !' ich, will
i i E '; :
s
/ will
'
S-yn tudent it N
1 in "- Hiirh Scl n he .
will h >st
Ih Sevilli Hoti
i >i
CAB* wai.owh/.
I ee, the son ot Mr nnd
M Herbert Walmvite. will be-
come Mar Mitzvah Saturday morn-|
27 r Temple Zion.
in i iuhth -i i It- sui if nt
,,. tigs Junior rliuh School, is i
:hi honored guests will !' Cary's
iiU, Mr ind Mrs Sam-
uel Walowttz, of Brooklyn, N V
SRK4JIO BAK \s
S turd i) morning, June 27, at
s 15 n m iii the m tin iro I
S son ol Mi an 1 Mrs.
>l 7441 W m \ i
. \\ ;li !>. Bai aUtzvah
i Templi \i i Tamid
a student of Nautilus
H:gh Si hi 'i ind Ner Tamid
St boot, an active mam
'.i the Junior Congregation
and Junior Choir.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ici s, and a reception in Sergio's
li'inui; will bo held Saturday eve-
ning, at Hi.' Hotel Algiers.
Birthday ('.-l<-l>ratioii Set
Single, widowed or divorced
men and women 25-48 are Invited
to attend a Single Parent! of Mi-
ami Beach party celebrating '1"'
birthday <>l its president from 8:30
p.m. in midnight Monday at the
Runawaj Bay Club, L8X9 79th St.
' i sew ay
GLENN IRAVK
i i |dard, ion nf Mr and
Mr- i Cravez, 123S4 SW 29th
Terr ril become Bar afttwah
Satur m timing, June 27, at
Ten pi< Oi I,:" >
c, a seventh gr ider it
t: Junior High School, h n
been oi the honoi roll both anneat-
mj% } ,- i member of the Bai
Mltzvs club at remple Or Oka
II nd Mrs Cravei will hoal
the Oi x Sh tbta following the
Friday nlghl n Ices wall is t
lilddui nil luncheon in the I m-
pie the ceremonies In
their a s honor
Atr.i.i ^ thi will be Glenn's
gran ii nrents. Mrs Dora Bcal and
M i Mrs Sim in K; i\
GHABXES nSLD
Rabbi Ralph I' Kingmiey will
eoi tin 10:30 n nv Sabbath
erviei I at Temple Sinai of North
Dadi during which Cbarka, th
son of Mi. and Mrs. Davul Field,
Will be called to the Torali U
Bar MltSVah.
A st d. nt al the Temple Sinai
Religioijj School. CharU-s will en-
Beth Torah Congregation, Rabbi .,..,,., 0I ih. American Kumis-
Max A l.i|.s,i,it/ will offieiat. at mafic Association
tin i: ii Mltzxah ol Keith, the on
of Mr. and Mrs. David Brody or
North Miami I'.i ich,
DANNY SAI.ZVKR4.
Ra Mayer Abramowitz will
: date when Danny, son of Mi
and lira, Leon Satevcrg, becon -
B U" MiUn ih .it Temple Menor .'n
. on Saturday, June 27, it H Ifl ,m
Dann) is seventh grade stuikmt
it Nautilus .Inn,or High School.
following tin-s-t\ iri there will
be Kidilu.ih In Temple Menoroh's
Social H :'i ir Co* brat ion of thi
iccaalon ind receptioi and din-
ner will be h.ld Saturday rung
it th. ii iti I Fount ilncblc iu
Out of town gueati ittending
include Dann) gt indpni I
Mi. and Mrs Joseph Wasserman,
Mr. and Mra, Walowitz will hosl
th, Kid l:-h followins the services
>ti. l a luncheon in their son's hon-
or at the Algiers Hotel. Amon:
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    *Jenitfrhrkfinr
    Friday. June 25. 19"**
    LE6AI NUiKE
    Spinoza Form's Lecture Schedule
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    SLEVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY
    No 70-11127
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    i RK1 M ICXRR and
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    rXHJM. riif wife
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    CaaiBa |SM
    <".u-.> .i-;uil. B>
    The July ItCtUf* vlwdule for
    the SpilMU Forum, hK,li mevts
    BBCk 'i"hurslay Iiom 10 a.m. to
    uotMi in the Washinnton Federal
    Auditorium at 1234 Washington
    Aw.. Miami Beach has been an-
    nounced by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
    *ho founded the forum in 1933.
    The free lectures are folloped
    each week b.. a general open for-
    um discussi'm under the chair-
    ; manship of Raphael Burstein ami
    Thomas Davidoff
    Author-lectup'r Prof. Seymour
    B. I.iehmitn will speak on "Jews
    in South America.' a subject on
    w Inch he is considered to be an
    authority, on July 2. Dr. Michael
    Sossm. will discuss "Retirement
    A New Life." on July 9. "The
    Jewish Philosopher' will be C. Is-
    rael Lutsky's topic July 16. and
    Dr. Wolfson will Rive a two-part
    lecture on "Die Wooden of Ma
    Human Mind" July 23 and July 30.
    NEED HEARING HELP-
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    HEARING All CENTER OF SOUTH FLORIDA
    72* INO AH AM 1U0.DING
    mi W AVENJf MIAMI
    Z^SSJttEU.::,,:|B;:.^:,,., Zelda Glaw GiVen Keys To The City
    sage awaiaaclnt the foOowtng rle>-
    . pn.irr-rtv .
    IT and 41 .i'i.I tlM Eaat I !!-
    Half of I ou II ai I t > ih.-
    s. eji i. '. He Baat i m>.--
    Half ul l>'l 4.1. and !* thr- South
    foci of the Waal on.--
    Quartar f l.i 44 and Oia
    .-.'..nli IM fr-r-i ,.f I/.i 17 and leva
    hf North IM r**l ..( ih.
    Hall LAI II ol 1>a\ 18
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    ij cf Lot 44
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    taawai "r othar Pleading* to the
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    -iAMI'KI. K STARK III
    \ I Miami. Pla UltS, .-.r.. 1 Ma ilu
    ol In ih.- >ffi. '. thr-
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    During the tote-widi conven-
    tion held by th.' J.-wish War Vet-
    rans ami ItJ \a lO ln ,n'-
    rtcana H itel recently. Mn
    I Zelda Glass, president 'f the D*-
    ; partment .>t Florida's LadV A .\
    ' iliary. was honored at a luncla
    | during evhich Metro Mayor Chuck
    Hall pn > nted hei ith the V.^ yi
    , to th.' city
    Brig Gen I -ai lei James .'r.. of
    U6AI NOTKt
    th.- us. Air Fore Bddraaacd tlv
    i i Ing; .nt.M tainmi nt was pi o
    hided bj Trudi Lawrence
    De It gates and tlternatai from
    the Auxiliary <>t rlialeah-Miaml
    Springs Poal 681 Included Mrs
    Glass. Kay Lingaton, Sydel Le-
    \itch, i.ii Newman, E*epl HaengeL
    Evj I > Young, Eva Winer, Sylvia
    Levy, Ort Bedi Sheila Soakel
    Ann McCultera
    DE PICARD i
    CUSTOM FURNITURE REHNISHINQ
    Gold ond Silver Leof
    * Venefion & Morble-iied Finishes
    Antiques
    I
    FREE ESTIMATES
    Phone 373-3422 or utsit
    DE PICARD 2051 N.W. 1st PL, Miomi i
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HERBm GIVEN ih:ii
    n( i" eni
    in bufcmeita lindc-l Ih* i. ntlDi
    ,.f CAROL ANN APARTMENTS
    K 189th Si. North Miami
    i |i, L- i name with
    the 3i.-i da./ "f July, v "f '''- Clrcell 'uri of Dad<
    lr-fauli Juilnnit'iii will be entered Countj Ptortda
    ,., r,l %, ., R< -N VI P I. DAVIS
    Dated at Mlaa '. t i U rd CARi I, v\\ i>a\ is
    I,,-. 7J RONA1J* U DAVIS BSO. P v
    K R LKATHBRMAN 117 Bli
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    B) MARIlt'EffUTE KENT Mtomej In pro par
    Depat] CWr*
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NOTICE Ts HEREI \ <:r. EN I
    Ml|
    In biiaineaa til
    f RriHtN LYNN APARTMENTS al
    Ih Si
    ts Knglian advertising has beei :>.. .-. .
    ol .
    Miami I n> Gerald S Seskin \ul
    Rosen Firm Appointed
    Tti' aiMMjintment of Ix-o Jay
    Koaen Associates. Inc., t>> handl,-
    ounl w i i'. \\ hen th<
    t tal t July 1
    l'AR<>| INN DA>
    RONALD L I \\ is ES4J P V
    .Mi.in. Kla
    The Sea Gull Kosher Restauranl
    | Sunday en the Ocean at 21st :
    nc complete or a la ca:le d.nners under the mano
    }( Murray B .. The Sea Gull Hotel will be open for
    h. Hiuh Holy Days end Sui !or Ihe :
    Tropper. who is on the Hebrew Acadi
    raculty. and Mr. Berkowitz, who has ofiic:aled at
    Academy for many years, will conduct the services.
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    SPRAY RITE, INC.
    . Chinch Bug Control .
    Lawn Spraying by Specialist
    661 -8638 u '-
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    FREE LUBRICATION WITH
    FILTER and OIL CHANGE
    With This Ad
    Jim"* f>(> Service Station
    1121 S.W. 32nd Avenue Phone 448-9125
    NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
    COMPLETE CAR REPAIR SERVICE
    The NEW
    Seltzer Water Economy Plan
    Comes to Miami Beach
    for FREE home delivery
    751-0654
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
    IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTIN
    No 70 H083
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUWCIAI.ClRCk.il
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY.
    CIVM. ACTION
    hU. lE-tOMt
    SUIT FDR DIVORCE
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    IN THE COLX"* J.OQE S COuRT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
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    IN THE CfRCOlT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY.
    IN CHANCERY No. 70-11188
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Jl I .ITU Jn ANN ..\Ti:
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    ' h it '. in i Hi art Instituti A
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    -p.'.rll irslri.ilnr ainl uas a
    lecturer for I Im- Aiiki i<-.in ('anrci
    Society. He was the firsl mail
    ii.inli.1 .a Miami Heart Institute's
    Auxiliary and thi- firsl man in its
    history i< u- honon .1 for out-
    standing mm \ ioa,
    Mr. Salovey, a member of Tem-
    ple Israel and the honorary order
    '){ K. ntucky C'oluii.ls. was a .'WikI
    i.i.-... Mason and carnival direc-
    tor in trt. Shrin.-l-v He is surviv.-d
    i.y his wife, Adalaine; son, David;
    grandson, Jon David, and three
    sist. rs. Sur\icea wore In Id in the
    Riverside Chapi l Wednesday.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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    Historian Dr. Cecil Rotk
    Gmmm1 V iotiiii At 71
    JF RUSALEM, i !>,-.
    Roth, rega led as th. out-
    ^tuniuns cont \ thority
    ..n Jewish history, I i* -1 here of
    : v at the as o! 71
    At th. tiin ol th Ei R *ti
    I in I'i-- pul n <>f
    i new Kneycl p I lud .i "t
    A'ricii b. '.'..-.,' edit ir-in-chicf in
    i" 3 Thi ..-luiM'tiri will be re
    ! shortly.
    I': Until Was bom ill l^.ndon
    .ml received his PhvD. from I >\-
    ti .i- was a
    rea ler In J< wish studies from 19 19
    to 1264. His firsl published work
    was .hi ih.- Florentine Republic
    but afterwards he concentrated on
    Jewish history, publishing hun-
    dreds >! articles and more than .10
    ixks. H. challenged the assurop-
    tiun by othar schslitn that the
    Dead Sea Scrolls were the work
    i of the Essenet, a pacifist pti'-
    Christl in seel of Judaism, and con-
    ; tended that the scrolls were pra>
    ducetl b> ilv S'caiii Z-al>t-. >
    warlike seel thai lod the Jewish
    I-. \-.It ag linsl H ne in A.D B
    vi. r l. l K!>i his timi bctweei Jel us lem and
    N .. York where he I -.t
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    COURT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 70-230*
    George T. Clark
    In RE Balal.
    HKNKIKT i v I L10.\D
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE UOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION No 70.11401
    SUIT FOrt DIVORCE
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    if 373-5533
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    "We Don't $ for less But We Do Sell the Beit'
    Look For tho only two story building in the block._______


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