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

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

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Uplume 42 Number 15
Miami, Florida Friday, April 11, 1969
Two Sections Price 23c
'Mother Goose' Is
Withdrawn Over
nti-Jewish Verse
|i:\v YORK uta. The Am.-r- due." The other began. Ten little
^i J. wish Congress disclosed this Nigger boys went outtodine One
week iM.it i Mr Xerox Corp. agreed choked his little self, and then there
to withdraw 3.000 reprints of an were nine."
1SK5 Km.-M.sh I'llition nf 'Mother
Goo.- Nursery Rhymes" following
its I'-mpl.-iint that two of the
contained anti-Semitic and
rNegro stereotypes.
orge Soil, chairman of the
bngress' commission on Inw
sim i,i I action, made public a
fcr to him from Thomas D. Ang-
ljm, \- io\ public n lations man-
ager who a:>o'ogi/iil on W-lialf of
the I'lipan.'s president. Peter
McO i "M for publishing the of-
fendii rh mes and promised that
"thfc volume will l"' withdrawn
and will no longer \- available
from Th' s-"iif promise was
contn il in another letter to Mr
1 mi Arnold Zohn, pn sident
Arno Press, which is the co-
ruble t \ :..\ ;., :.'. \
ry Facsimile" edition
of the .'is. s I., which the
jerted began with
Jack sold his
a i".: le "t a Jew Wh i
1 him out "I The Mail nf his
"raet Marks
Passover On
A Hack Alert
P.I S VI M JTAl Thi J< ws
elebrated still ai I
i in locations w hich syii
continuii
ii e in which Isi ii I
I from the start "i state-
seders were ci lebi ated
s ai n!> camps, communal
nts an,i in the occupied
t. n it.un g,
main ai my si ,1 r w as held
iii-t iimi at Sharm el
th in the occupied Sinai Pe-
ls on the shores "t the Red
which was crossed b. the
ChildI-, n el Isia'l hi thin iAuilii-
froin an, lent ll.;ypt. Sharm el
Sheik'i -ii, in Is tor Israel the Strait
Of 1 u an between the Gulf Ol
AkaMa and the Red Sea.
Qei. Mush, I M\an. the I I
Minis I r and Clue! <>l Stall Haim
Bar-I.'\ attended the Seder there
Continued on Page 6-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Ateop 4.A
r Mitivah 12B
Hnuriight'g 10A
Ch-" 4-A
D4nn 11.B
kagem'ts 8-9B
Latin,an 8-B
It-... 5-A
linn '1 i II
jiz Box 10A
P-oplr Place* 10B
Real Estate 13B
Sermon 10-A
Synagogues 10-A
Torah 10-A
TV 10 A
Wrddir s 8-9B
In a letter addressed to Mr. Me-
Continued on Page 11 A
CHARGES 'DOUBLE STANDARD'
Israel Scores
Council Vote
As One-Sided
YOStf TCKOAH
New U.S. Arms Aid
Enroute To Jordan
WASHINGTON tJTA) The
Defense Department disclosed this
week that new munitions ship-
ments have been made to Jordan
by the United States and thai Jor-
danian soldiers were receiving
will i''"iin .' tuieceiv training at
Fort Monmouth, N.J.. and othei
U.S. mi.liars' installations ur I
i ial arrangements with the Am-
governmi nt.
Thi disclosure, contained in a
Ii tti r from Harry I Schv
leputj ( Sc cretarj >l
fei s, for N ar East and
\-i.i.-. AI I n: -. i" Rep S' y:
! I.i Yoi k Rep ihlic in.
i list tail milil ai i
i : thai the I run I St
sent 'ii will send to [srai I
Rep Halpern took Issue with fie
11. i. is, 11. partment's assi 11
i Mat Jordan w is I" ing arm. I be-
linucs to be i Inc-
est t o em '
...... those modi at
stall s u Mn are trj ins to fol'ovv a
o ii se of i
in nl in sum >i '
nd to pn So-
viet I won :in n gainii
out
i \n n ssman said. I i it
set what is mon ri asi mabli I
, illaborati ith Arab tei roi is Is
v hich is i"' eisi ly what the Joi -
dai ian govi ri mi nl has b ei do ;
in ; notot ious degree." He i '
in L-'d investi ate -ranis pi
fire traini and free ai n-s i
.ii'i lani in forces at the exii rsi o!
\ v. i lean i n''!> is II-- als i sn I
ii at "since the Defense I part-
mi nt has set n fit t-> publisn in
<'i tai! the military iti ms s
Israel, I am i oing to ask foi a si -
:i :! listing ol the jets, anti-aircri'1
aid weapons systems Lien to
Jordan."
Accor ling to the Deft nse l > -
i'artmt nt ol ficial, [si ael will n -
< in addil ional Haw k ant i- in ci aft
missihs, gas masks and relal d
Continued on Page 15-A
JERUSALEM (JTAl Israelis
were bittt r this week over the Se-
curity Council resolution condemn-
ing Israel's March 2ti air raid in
Jordan without mentioning Arab
terrorist activities that provoked
it. The final vote. 11-0. with the
United States, Great Britain, Para-
,'uav and Coloml ia abstaining, de-
prived the Security Council of the
unanimity it had In en seeking on
Middh Bast issues, But there was
angt r here with the United states
and Britain for not casting nega-
tive vnti s thai would have amount-
ed to a veto.
resol'ttiot res nted a
modification ,. th II ift
- 'red Mv Pakistan, S inegal
and Zaml ia which had contained a
liroct i fei ace to ('hapter 7 of
the UN i 'hart' r that i
Ma I ben Boosts Program
For Aged. Handicapped
M.Tii. th Joint Distri
nmitt e's and welfan
nc.' in I -
need a Serii ot in w pro Tarns
:. sigm d to Mi adei its
the a: d and to handicauix il chil-
- well as initiatii
;.i ojects ;:: the fi ii1- ilita-
t ion ai l mental In alth.
Louis Broi lo, Jl *.' cl ai
ts that JP" '-Maltx i I is in-
d its 1969 a
, i \ ici to handicaps ii children
almost five-fold, fron W.....) In
I'm-v .,, s km 969 Child de-
vidoliin nt ci nti i will Ix '
i. | A' i\ ai I in Ji rusalen In ad-
in assi ssment centi r for
licapped children is to open
I \t month in Beershc 1 a .11 h '-
10UIS BR01D0
and disabilities in the pre-natal,
Mnlben has allocated $142,860 for ,...,.,, and ,,,,., ,,,.,, .,,..,.. u;lh
the Beersheba center for the next regular follow-up exan nal ns ip
three years. ,,, | .,, ag, 0| i The ,,.,,..; .
The child d v. I ipment centers, N :
Mr. Broido i xplairo d, will special-
ize |n early detection ol defects Continued on Paqe 8-A
the Council to aitopt enforccm at
measures such is economic or n
tary sanctions to secure compli-
ance. Substituted for this was a
warning of "more effective steps"
it the cease-fire is violated again.
One Israeli official said the
Council was "so one-sided in its
present composition that even if it
came to sanctions it cannot n
h diffi rence i ith< r way." Israel
claim, d the March 26 attack was
aimed at in in Fatah base near
the Jordanian villagi ol Salt. Jor-
dan said the raid hit a hosl
killing 18 civilians Among the I
a ii foui West Bank truck dri
"ii. s wen tui tied to I
',' i si i lank ith I ->[
i< -
III the Israeli view. Ih>- St-riir-
it.v Council's action underlined
a "dotilile standard" applied by
that bod) to Inrael and the
Vrulm in the Mideast conflkt.
The N..i|- Hiiid tin- condemna-
tion meant that the terrorists
Wen1 tree li do as |he> pli ,~.-
but Israel was not |iermitted lo
,i Dimter-me inures.
Iii.
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i
wise 11 -
Voting inr the resolution were
its three sponsors, as well as the
sn iet I nioti I i i ace, Spain,
Finland. Hungary, Nepal. China
and Algeria.
's U.N
I' k ,
that the I
iin wen o| os lo At ab t i -
- ui but thai t he S iviet
a iuppoi ling it. Musi u.
I
ad\ ice on 1
sis, on 1st : ;
Continued on Page 6 A
EASING OF PROBLEM
Hope Voiced For Plight Of Soviet Jews
Woman's
World
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NEW Vi iRK i JTAi Specialists
In Soviet Jewish affairs this week
voiced guard) d hope that a report
that a Russian youth will be per-
mitted to study for the R issian
rabbinate in Hungary will point to
an easing of one area of the So-
v iet Jewish problem."
"This could be a step forward
an ob> ctive one if il comes te
pass." said one source "We will Ik-
watching and waiting." The report
was made here by Rabbi Arthur
Schneier ol Park Hast Synagogue,
who recently visited the Soviel
Union. He is president of the Ap-
IHal of Conscience Foundation and
was accompanied to Russia by
Father Clement J. McNaspy, asso-
ciate i ditor of the Ji s ii) weekly
'America." and Foundation trus-
I. s John Mosur and Joseph P,
Williams.
Rabbi s. Iui.il i said the problem
.d the lack ot replacements for the
i, w i Idei ly rabbis in the Soviet
Union was brought up at a con-
ference his group had with Peter
Makartsev, a top official ol the
Soviet Council for Religious Af-
fairs of the USSR Council of Min-
isters. The problem stems from the
dearth of rabbinical seminaries in
Russia and the suggestion was
made that Jewish students be al-
lowed to study for the rabbinate in
Hungary, the only Communist bloc
country with a rabbinical semi-
nar, Rab li > in, i i said.
The membi rs ol the group told
Mr Makartsev that the Founda-
tion would absorb the cxpensi in-
viihi d in the training of rabbinii
students and suggested that the
students chosen for study in Buda-
pest commit themselves to return
to the USSR after completing the
course.
Rabbi Schneier said Hungary
was chosen because it was withm
the orbit ol the Soviet I'mon and
not subject to fluctuating East-
West relations. Mr. Makartsev
told us that this would be a satis-
factory arrangement and suggest-
ed thai Rabbi Yehuda Lcib Levin
of Moscow's Central Synagogue
d< signal first t." R
iei Rabbi Levin i
i it i- bclii i d that a stud
from i orgia i SSR. is liki l> to
lie th, inst student i
lie said.
Some easin : of the difl
encountered bi Soviet Jews in oh-
si i v ing tin ir religious pi act ii i -
was reported My the group, RaMhl
SchlK ii i said that Father McNas-
py discussed with Mr. Makartsev
the possibility of establishing a
kosher facility in Moscow to en-
able local Jews and Jewish visitors
from abroad to observe their di-
etary laws The Soviet official said
that it was a possibility bul would
Continued on r<:g 11-A


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cr.d spanning the generations from
.aerccrten children through senior
t zens activities.
Founded in 1922 by a far-sighted
group of South Florida residents.
Temple Israel has grown to become
the largest congregation in the South
v. :h a merr.bership of more than
1 rOO families, comprising 5,500 men
women and children.
Under the spiritual leadership of
rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Temple Is-
rael has during the past 18 years
experienced its greatest period of
crowth and dedication to a "theo-
logy of change."
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is ej [t'i
I'lH S- '
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n k .:. the Kcti York high
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ier Foundation
Elliott Shapiro the wilt a-"ri
supennt- ndent of the
.m Manhattan School
Irict which contains H
had arranged the meeting
with SepP. Robert Gale* a
;. w more tt* Huh.-5
workers .i the) are CS
The sur-reel horror lay m the
harsh tact that the youn* streel-
worioTS and dllett Shapiro <* r-
actually tefttng a success story ot
The decision by the Temple to remain in sorts "> h,rh **"* '
the inner city rather than to move to the sub- brought to the Jewish Home which now boasts gernnne prvle it was the ior> oi
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The t'rbar. 1
work r* he" n a ,.
iaJ status aid i *.-.
diCSftt it. by
mayor And Ihej n. baa
vnie.1 with a'... 11 I ""
money obtained c> S-.apir. hi
the Ford Foundation tjf
young men rrrr I in Hw
(Conttaoed <>n l'C IMj
urbs reflects the vital roie that the institution
ha played it. the community through the use
c: its faculties and in the type of program that
: as attracted thousands of persons each year.
Temple Isrcel was the home of the first
2 perahon Head Start in the area and currently
serves the immediate community with a Day
Z are Centex sponsored by the Economic Op-
7 artunity Procicm.

A Community Landmark
In add::.rr. :o .ts own programing Temple
Israel pennits :~e uw Hies to a var
c: coaantmity cr.a ciTic groups, including the
1- -.ertcith Agency fo: Social Justice the Com-
- ::ee of Clergy Ccricerr.ee with the Drug
Problem, the American Jewish Committee the
Jewish Vocational Serv.re the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Werner, and the Greater M.
Jewish Pederatk
Sv i?~l Temple Israel rel?b-~tes .ts
11th onmivecsary expanse- r tor the
completion -: a S2.00C 111 program :r.z: will
Jude the : r. c: a r.ew sanctu
h an es-..rr.ated seating capacity c: 1 SOC
fat Advanced Jewish Stv
Along ta specially designed piaxa
i mall the rev: facilities of Terrr'e Israel
can "r^ expected to c:
:: its inner dty ::e: just a
: program has benefited the c
cr.d spiritual growth c: nstidi
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a capacity of more than 220
Largely through his efforts, the residents of
the Home have been stimulated and motivated
IB live creatively and productively a* poestbie
and to participate m the civic affairs not only
of their own group but of the general com-
munity as well.
During his period ci service with the Home
Mr. Peailstem s influence and talen's have
reached beyond the walls of Dcuglas Gardens
with his role as a fovnder of the American
Aeeockxtion oi Homes for the Aqed and i'.~,
affiliate, the Fici.da Association of Homes for
the Aged.
He has been a .ecder in the development
cf lecal and state p:r-arcms for the elderly and
a staunch advocate ot the need tor h gh stand-
2re for all nursing homes. He has
alsc had zr. outstanding part in the organ
statewide le re campaigns bt .he
oi the Mec.ca.d Program
t.-.e Florida Leaislature
Probably the gi :d Mr. ?
stein's service to the Horn to the |ewi
. be the car.
thai
kc have c:i _e gucli :. ;.io thai the H
Kire-
ment
, ommrMf
u
EDWARD COHEN
Small Martvrdom
18 Years Of Service
who tl ;
-e this summec from has post as
eaecuttve Jhetlui of Bm fewisfi Home I
."ced of Greater l''..zrr. woe SODOred at the
lira ::. -t.na o: the Home for more t:
an d s?rv.ce.
When Mi PecTsteir. toir-"' the staff of the
Home in 1S51, "he institution nad a capac.ty of
beds in relatively marginal facilities that
tressed the custodial nature of the care.
Under Mr. Pearlstem s professional leader-
ship and guiding hand, aided by an enlighten-
ed board of duectors and a dedicated staff
tee concepts of beauty, privacy, security, re-
habilitation and membership in a genatnc
community rather than in an institution.
Professional Leadership
Ger*ner
executive : Sinai Has-
men.. faculty cf
Departn rativs Medicine at.
dm Mocn- E ae in N
York City b ..P of the qual
pweesslonul Uw h the Jew-
ot Greater Miaj ac!y be proud
^' CSertisii a has headed Greater
Miam's M: q Hospitd since its mzep-
tion 20 years ago. w.11 continue to serve as the
hospital's execut-ve head w-i e cor.tribuung
his services to the New York institution.
want to get m-
battle
H mstti r
b-
is his n>h and he does a
as
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f he
writes That wsj *-* msdneai
t>
people. Noi
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hst I mean im-
-saurusi By
kmr I v. .>!-
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didn't sutomstii into the
wa>t basket t Id be tit-
r%msl; only that
-bj I be Is ^ this and
.
that dpi has
[>sitiv. moral values' Weil m..
Thesaurus tound the word synon-
H>us only with ordinary nas-
sable nvxho.-re; deen, \irtuous.
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a bo '
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.uiu 3eiels
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thatta. en
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could:
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to th.- fa
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The emphasis of Mr. Gertner's responsibi'i-
bes ui the Leld of education of medical students t nxufc^t M> i *\titTi\ I>ictK>nar>'
in relation to their senr.ee as interns, resdent* *' nprnecfl nssffSlflj in
and fellows is sure to benefit hosoita'. staff con- ,!,fm,Tl Psitmdpfr Ort-
ditions wherevw his students secure appoint.; fZj^!2^^f ?^

Mrtssa tetvi
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Friday, April 11, 1969
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LETTERS TO THE EDITok
Scores Stand On Soviet Jews
Saul J. Moigan (left) and Steph-
en Muss have been named to
head the committee planning c
dinner in the later part oi
May rpcnsored by the Build-
ers Division of the Combined
Jewish Appec! Israel Emer-
gency Fund to be held at the
Westv.ew Country Club en be-
half cf the CJA-IEF diive.
Group Travel To
Israel Increasing
Tl I. AVIV iWNSi The gov-
I of 1m iii i 11 \ i stm< tit .-nut
Authority reported that
Low isi traffic to Israel is on
incn .isi' \\ ith 30congress) 8 and
ltcrnational conferences schedul-
lu take place in the country
ji.i ti..; this yi ai\
^ i far, n : n si ntativea from is
iii inatiiin.il organizations have
)n i i lsi.nl in inspect meeting
odfring accommodations and a
rge number <>f meetings are also
0> eti d to btrheld during 1970
id 1971.
EDITOR, The Jewtak PlorMlan:
In accordance with the recent
ws n e ie of the Jewish T i
sra| i c Agei ej put lifhi d
Isaac Hechtman
urged woi Id Ji .\ rj not to ei
mymore ii public protest ind
nitrations against the Com-
i unisl ruli rs of Russia in b 'ha
f th1 Ri in Jew rj He also
stated that
the R ithoi ities that Hi
ii \
'
: r< ss
wi'l print prayer I
no i
on till; in th
in even trie! to
i rosj it t
Rujs'an Ji i
that thi re i- sti'.l an act Jew .
life id' i Iii is ol
: i inism and
Now Possible .
To Shrink Painful
Hemorrhoids
Ind Promptly 8top ItchiDg,
"R&IloVo Pain In Most Ca3os.
:ience has found a mediratioa
fiih the abil.ty, in most cases
? to stop burning itch, pain and
:tuaily shrink hemorrhoids.
In case after cae doctors
roved, while gently relieving
tin and itching, actual red jc-
Jcn (shrinkage) took place.
The answer is Preparation
f*there is no other formula
Ice It fop hemorrhoids. Prepa-
ition H also soothes inflamed,
ritatecrti3snes end helps pre-
in* further infection. In olnt-
Bnt or suppository form.
Israel Stamp Will
Honor War Dead
NEW York, (JTAi Israel will
honor its w?r dead and \'n
'if its armored corps arid Navy in
Hii new posta ie stnmi t to I
I or. it- Memorial I> !\ and
on the occasion of Israel's 21st
inniversary celebrations, t hi* Israel
Philatelic \ r\ in America, Ii c
announced here this week.
The Memorict)'Day Stamp de-
picts an Israe'i flag at half-mast
and is printer] in multi-color, n
was designed bjp A KaMeron. The
armored corns an,) Navj stalpp*
were both designed by V. Yoresh
Another Israeli stamp will paj
tribute to the International Labor
Organization on the occasion i .
:t- y th anniversary
;'-"i ol it.- Jewry.
H< ihtman's statements should
i* m hi mently protested allv
since he presents himself as a
rabbi and as the executive director
f the Montn al Jew !sh C imnvjni-
lj i"' incil, i sing as a ikes-
n ol the Montreal Jewry. Re-
rdless ol the i.ic\~ that h' rmst
he I! aware of. that Russian
Je.' ry i< doomed I r i xt 'r\ [ ion
tin"" ."iid that h in Ire Is ol th >u-
- i d :.a- rea ly died ; ,
ci-.tral i hi '-
ind thit a o istant u '
S nil ;. ram h's be n el
foot I r th< ist 51 ya*-s
es that v ''; lew a
u!d sit just witch
I of Hi .
ii
i ise, no mattei h iv
t th nisi inde p-o
i i i for
.......tent n : eenii
then If his stateme its were m '.
in the cap iciti as an I [ th
'' unist rulers ol Russ a; ir, i
he is using the catas,roche o* th
-. in Jewry for selfish publi .>
fin; ises; or ..t best, Iv is j isi
n in | insible and nai\
statements, whatever it is, .: re-
ns high In ason which shi
i> condc inn .1 in ih" strongest wav
i ossil l< by all responsible ;
i : ran onlj hope thai there
are enough Jews ol conscience in
Montreal and elsewhere who will
p .\ t ;i \ Igor and determina-
tion to protest .- ich treason com-
mitt< l ii t the he'pless Rus-
- an .1 wry and thai thi > will not
lermil ;li mistakes mad" faring
the Nazi holocaust to be repeated
the so-called le i lers, which
Henl when
Million in !! irop ent
MAI'RICE GOLDRINU
EDITOR, Th.- Jewish PlorMlan:
1 'n March 28 I i n idem :
Je isti Home for the A l
were the guests '>t Wometco .. -
ir: prisi -. Inc. The> were invit
the show ing if th ie, "J
ne> to Jerusa'em" at th
mandy Theatre, I ted it 7
Street and C Uins Ave.
'I iis men i'1 w a- c spec ally m
i. for the Home's resident*
a pn lude I '
The residents are s nc
grateful fur the thoughtful
. in shown I \ \v m ietc i
lerpriscs for the opportunit;
- this n ie
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Friday, April 1. i%g
Israel Marks Passover On Attack Alert
v*>,
Maurice Pearlstein (left: was honored th s week on the
occasion of his retirement after 18 years of service as exec
utive director of the Jewish Homo for the Aged of Greater
mi. Shown presenting the plaque is Leo Ross. Jr.
president of the Home.
Israel Scores Council
Vote As 'One Sided'
Continued From Page 1-A
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Unb ion I *
COUld H"t
I m ithout taki
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irw Six-Da; VVai Ai
Hoi it Bi '!-

I > Arab ivfua
sor agai ns 1
Jews Reported
Leaving Lebanon
Tl :i. AVIV i WNS
mbi r "i Lebanon's J ws are
ng that coui

i i ition fe-
ll i.. bam a re-
I I
] ,i banon's i con >mj i-
-!! ami h
Kimatel
ire mainlj
ol allowed to tak<
i; prop rt> with th n when
ti r.. and thi nodus
has Indirec 1
i. ol banki I ther ei o-

\> ns th<
ttacki I*
in J
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i ,. .,-, .fin res ilutioi -
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to be
I 'ouncil would have to met i lo

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K ihei i v- :,,,'lc-
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the \"i' solution.
the drafl
-,, t> "unbalai cod illstic and
., i mo* to thi
, inflict towai d solu-
tion Sir 1.' slii said
,l the brutal" attack
last wei k bj Israel and called all
dr bombii
ticularly repu he
id i" be
. .
.. ici
A bassadoi r< ki ih told
Council thai ..... ution
i fore the t u batti red still
a adj batti red vir-
tues ol ii uth an I eq ialit> Israi l "
.,- Most in-
f to be ex-
He said thai thi w cu
db) [si a<
rroi wai fan were t
isures Ji >i dan is i I li< d S i
i. | .
- ., th ,; ." as
ii had "lour in the COui ild
ii ed 1 init iat
and ti rrorism, his govcrn-
i would continue t" hold *
i lible.
Continued rn#M *9* ,A
at which Chlel Chaplain
Goi en officiated.
Soldiers in forward positions had h(M liv ,,,,. j
a curtailed seder. Where the black-
oul was in effect, the Haugadah
was read bj lights from small ;
,-il flashlights. Soldii rs on dut> oi
Scdei Eve were given anothi r S
.1.., with tourists and guests Ironi
abroa I i observing the second
-
\ ,, gth Sedi r was h<
Ki ,,-., Mao C laim in th Rj
valley, targi ol frequi nt s
One < Ion* nt was i
ih a sot ol 'i in-
struct ioi to Seder | arti i|> h '
scttltm ni'- comimin i
Ah.n to do ii th.
I | rca. S
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instruct i
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the S
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i i|d City to i
told an outdoo
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ritual obs i d bj Israelis thus
was composed bj !'.
[ss, Kia 1 terman. the Ash-
Rabbi, a
thai k foi the victor* ol i
: ii ed..... foi the
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Friday, April 11, 1969
^Jknist KhirSdiiairi
rV,qe 7-A
lilftMtH!^ |

SJ '" ^^jgjf'g
We are all aware of the present troublesome situation in
the Middle East. The Arab countries have openly declared
their intent of destroying the State of Israel. The Arab countries
have given full support to the attackers and marauders, whose
only purpose is to cause misery, death, havoc and the destruc-
tion of the State of Israel.
Amidst all this heartbreak and pitiful happenings, one
of the noble institutions shines in its peaceful, creative, purpose-
ful, meaningful and life giving results of land and p;?ople.
this is the Jewish National Fund.
The Jewish National Fund launches war not on people,
but on scorched land. The Jewish National Fund launches war
not on people, but on ravishing mosquitoes, who kill people.
The Jewish National Fund launches war with big bulldozers on
stones covering the land of Israel in such abundance, and
carving roads en frontiers. The Jewish National Fund launch-s
war on the wilderness by planting forests and stopping erosion,
trees standing as "silent soldiers," giving coveraae in Israel
from the skies and fruit and abundance from the earth. The Jew-
ish National Fund launches war on death, not on people, by
building frontier settlements, securing the borders of Israel
against attacks and destruction. It is with this outstandinq re-
cord cf achievements of the past, and the call and need for the
future strength and accomplishment for the JNF in the future,
that I have accepted with great pleasure to serve as the New
President of the JNF with the hope to brinq to it the best in me.
With God's help. I hope with all good people, to see peace
brought to this vital area of the world, and with it to the State
of Israel, its inhabitants and the Jewish p?cple all over the
world in a world of peace for all mankind.
IAV Di.itMi it. President
J
< ongratulntlng Mayor Jaj Dermer on hi- election as Jewish V.
tional Fund president and discussing the new Jewish National
Pond program are Rabhl Irvine Lehrman, chairman of the Jewish
National Fund Foundation, left, Mayor Jaj Dernier ami Rabbi
Mayer Abrnmowltz, executive secretary.
Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dernier,
president ol the Jewish National
Fund ( ouncil of Greater .Miami.
l>rt. ami K.iMn Irving Lehrman,
chairman <>i the Jewish National
Fund Foundation, right, congratu-
late Miami Beach philanthropist
Nathan Darksy, recipient of the
John I". Kenned) peace award me-
dallion, ii the occasion i>i its prea-
< illation.
Joseph Cohen, past president <>t the Jewish National Fund <>i
Greater Miami, and community civic leader; being congratulated
hj Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dormer, on the occasion <>t being
the recipient <>t the J. I Kenned) peace award metfallion. Photo
shows (left in right), /,-\ Kogan, Jewish community leader;
Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dernier, and president ol the Jewish
National Fund; Joseph Cohen and Mr-, t'ohen.

Going < it in
i-M National I
Miami 15e nil
Slid Miami
leader 9n \\
n plans tor
i:inl sre left
Mayor Jaj
Beach < o
Kogan.
I In' Jew -
to right,
Dernier
111 III ii i t x
Mayor Jaj Dernier with the i!i! officers for Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami. Standing (left to right), Jacob
Ftshman, vice-president; Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dermer, presi-
dent; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Foundation; Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, chairman ol the executive committee; Abra-
ham <>i iiiiinii. vtoc-presbient; Bra Appel, treasurer. Sitting ileit
to right), Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Beulah Davis,
recordbig secretary; Miriam Press, comptroller; Eva Itliau. re-
cording secretary.
Iila IVessol, outstanding
Abraham Greenhut, Miami Beach and leader lor the Jewish
philanthropist ami worker for the nl Fund, nlth Sir Burnett
Jewish National Fund, presenting Senior member of the
a check to Abraham Grunhut Parliament and former
(right) vice president of the Jew- the Jewish National Fund
ish National Fund of Miami, to Britain, ami the leading
help comp!ete the grove In honor Community leader ol the
of Eva Blum, recording secretary. Commonwealth.
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British
Jewish National Fund Leaders meet with distinguished workers
at a vpeclal dinner honoring sir Barnett Janner senior member
ol the British Parliament. Thej are, left to right, (standing):
Joseph Zuckernnan, pres. Leberdeker Farband; Herman Medow,
chairman of Special Glfl Committee; Isidore Rifkin; Ted Cohen;
Jacob Chernofsky, editor of the Jewish Florldian; Cantor Saul
Breeh, chairman hl-rlse and Congregation committee: Moe Levin,
pres. Chlam Welzmann Farband; Noah Krnkower, chairman
Special Events Committee; -lack Fllosof, pres, (- Gurion Far-
band; Sitting; Kaiihi Maver Abramowitz, chairman ol the ex-
ecutive hoard: K.ihlii Irving Lehrman, ehairman of JNF Founda-
tion; Sir Barnett Janner. and the late Judge Harold It. Spaet,
former president of the Jewish National fund Council of Greater
Miami.
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Friday. April 11. 1363
Earl Pertnoy Named
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provides modern office pac* for
the congregation and its iimnj
: mi/atioii* and meet-
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a speech therapist, a rhythmics
leai h 1 and social "t kei s to as-
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si cond 1 1 ogi am i> di signed
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hi aring i>i obi 'ms, to assess their
al ilit) ai ri to In at thi m, JDC-
Malb. n has allocati .1 $20,570 t<>
covi r the costs.
M Broido als 1 disclosed that
JDC-Malben has allocated S138.570
over the next three years (<: 1
new geriatrics and rehabilitation
ward fur the chronk allj 111 i-: Jeru-
salem's Shaari Zedek Hospital. It
will j>ro\ icle rehabilitation sen ices,
indu itional and phj sii
rap> fur the long-ti rm patii 1 ts
Mr. I -in: Ii > r;->t. first psychiatric dav care center,
in be '.; rail d withii II ime-
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Mrs \ nii M irton are coch 1 rmen
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with Mrs. Bernard D Kan
Mrs Max Boderman the
irr tng ments committee
Mn M llman, Mrs Levj M> s
p :, Mrs H irrj Rott and Mm
Alex ii' er Muss are amon: thi
,',,.,.,.,.., ; the h stesses and re-
on c immittees
The rew building, which h>
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Paqe 11-
Hope Voiced For Plight Of Soviet Jews
(Continned from Page i-Ai
have 11 taken up with Intoui ist,
iii<- official Soviet travel bureau
which haa jurisdiction over such
matters.
The group visited Odessa Rabbi
l*i '' art/1 latl and saw the
xtensive damaxc done lo i kiessa's
onlj -.:......;u| bj a fire las) No-
vember which the rabbi said would
>- aculously." he said, "the ark and
the58SifreiTorah were unh:irmrd
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by the blaze" which was attrib it< d
to a shoi i circuit in an adjai i i I
matzoh bake i j s >n i km rci s have
contended that Ihr fire was ol -
picious origin.
Rabbi Schneii r said his group
urged the head ol the Odessa
Council ol Religio is Affairs to do
Mother Goose
Is \\ ill.draw n
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'oloitgh. Mi Soil not. il thai at the
Mother i ;* isc vi rses original -
li-S. it ism and i ucism were
Iraiiitim i mo quarters but
. "il is crallj undci si I
. thai the; ari desti ctivi ol
I even ol h inian
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by set tii I ol
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everything possible to speed re-
construction ol the syna
which is the onlj one serving the
city's 200.000 Jews. Tiny offered a
$10,000 gifl toward the repairs.
The group also visited 88-year-old
Rabbi Lubanoff >>i the Leningrad
Synagogue, where a majoi restora-
tion proji i-i was unileruas on
80-year-old building.

Jewish National Fund Sets
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the Judaean hills an I the Ai .
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Friday. April l;
TEMPLE ISRAEL DEDICATION CEREMONIES SUNDAY
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EXTERIOR VIEW OF TEMPLE ISRAEL'S NATHAN AND SOPHIA GUMENICK CHAPEL

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Temple Israel Dedicates
Imposing New Chapel
Pedlcatlea on Sunday, April i;tth oi the an Mle< it mi ally nalqun
N.ith.m .nut Sopkla (.imietiiek < hSBCI Bad III. Temple farad M ill will
Umax the T>tnple's "Dedication Month" ol religious, social .nid cul-
tural etents.
;.. sand .., iders lig- Irian plai i thi lesigni 1st
- ol is tcm- In addition to its present sanctu-
le's 1.800-fa re igioi >L audMoi
xpected to att< ictic an I
1< dication ol acre oi
-.ut structure. A roceasional march of young-
si. rs can ins '':' !,,: '>'
Nathan Gumenicks Miami Beach Civfc And Social Leaders
Mr and Mm Nathan S Gumc-
nick, long-tin* m inl i residents >:
Miami Beach, have established
ih. :iis. Ives ai ii its -
civic
Soul' 5 in 1959
il k as well ai i>ne of th-
him ol Miami Beach'! now mush- apartment bulMer-oi|nfrsK i:
-.rvniin- hi-ihriae apartments ^ 't f
' o; th<-
with h
u rs in Richmond H< bei
Mi G ilding a developer of many of Vii : Mrs
ha\.
i Beach'i
Amoi b the lures ol
i i w hai i. an I 1] thn i -
sional -' asc w kndows
.. in Belgium especial!) for the
pie.
Designed b) local architect Ken-
m ih Treister, the chapi I is the
-i phase in Temple Israel's pro-
Itl i.' i \, an.i its la. i.ili. as a
wntown Miamj Institution. I -arR-
st le in the South, with a
5.500 men, women gram.
e new Ark ii: i
chapel will highlight the I dica
tion let
i 4icussm '.'-, at n and
the t. mpl< 's bui ling pi ogram,
Raiiln Dr, j,,v, j.h ^ Narot itn sa .;
that the chapel represents the
temple's faith m the re-emergence
.it Miami's downtown area as the
heart of a modern metropolis,
through its urban renewal pro-
. Iren, bj the tin* it reach-
es its 50th anniversary in 1972.
nple Israel oi Greater Miami
a. a n .1 J( m Ish studies, a 2,000-ei at
tuary. and a modern pedes- change."
"Temple Isra. 1 s activities I :
thuslasticallj .pi. >i t. d I its
members." Rabbi Narot saki, an
further evidence that Judaisn ><
not. ami has never been. af. aid of
NATHAN Ql'MENK K
SOPHIA t.t MKNK K
.11.till OPII .,! ii] s. ,||-, ;,j,,
:. *M. net I
Ar active memo* r and
f the Miami Beaeti Ta>
social ifM Mi 11 ;
by thai ii i
which in 191 t
. tizen A
A meml i r "i An. o !'
Con he i- oi !! bom I
tors of tl
tional < a
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niek has served I
on sidenl f the M ashii I
South Shi re Associai '
is a founding I M r.t S i
Hospital.
Temple Israel: Forty-seven Years Of Faith and Worship. .
aata*ssi *_*-.- -.* f;*k I *L... l_______ .m sat______a *
Forty aewca yean of faith and
worship haw led up to the dedaoa*
tion this Sunelay of the Gumerdck
Chapel ami Mai! at Temp* Israel
c: Greater Miami.
Ii May 1992 a croup of 23 per-
- met in the home ol the late
Harry V OsHMMl and four led the
congregation now known as Tem-
Israel of Greater Miami In
recognition of his ttorts. Mr.
Simons was elected first president
(; Temple Israel
First meetings of the new con-
gatton were held in the Ti
Men's Hebrew Ass elation on
Flagan Street in which is now
t-. SeyhoM Bull hhg
Growing rapill> th. eaagrafa-
t ISM purehased property an
Dorthweat corner ol what was
Northeast 14th Street and
*'A frame building
the first homr of Temple Israel
was erected. During that s
year, however, the frnme structure
was sold to the stBle to provide
the right-of-way for what is now
aym Boulevard)
In the early part of 19.'7. the
congregation, which by that time
numbered 21C families, purchased
property at the present site
Northeast 19th Street, worship-
ping in th. meantime at the Cen-
tral School, now the site of the
Miami Post Office, and also at the
Seventh-Day Advential Church lo-
Cated at Southwest Fourth Stn.t
tn Avenu
The present temple, designed by
architects E. I.. Robertson and
L. R. Patfrson. was dedicated on
Friday nisht. Feh IT. 1928. ami
soon became a conununity lami-
niark.
1 l. temple grew tapidly and be-
fore long needed additional facili-
t* i But it was not until IS
- School h illding
ocsal hall were added; the .
serves as an
i'"i t In I
In its current -.. tion ac-
tiyity, takins an ad m in
Miami's in ban renew
F>m| e Israel tt
mple with a
ill and has constructed
I Gumenick
I hap l.
Planning for the future, the tem-
already has lecured the firm of
Pancoast Fen ndlno and Grafton
I Plans for a 2.000 -
sanctuarv on th. Nlirth.
east S.^v>nd Avmue ami l^th
Street m prop t> purchased h
the McGah.j uit-nsts which runs
back to 19th Tern
Th. ii hum tuarj .
'" !'' 1"."-'. when
'he i will obscrvt
50th arauVi rsar The largt st tyn-
N \^ \ h l .
Temple [in
i nton than I -
iius for a total oi some :>.;v>o men,
and childn n who live in
of Dadc County and
' Browai ., | > H
far west as Na
og the temple's |
members ha\e htnn the late
** Miami s only Jew-
mayor, and hu family; the
Mitchell Uolfson family Arthur
Ungar, Leonard Abaas, the late
Judge Harold Spaat, Baron d.-
Hirsch Meyer, Man Orovitz, wil-
liam Sing) i. the late Herbert U
Feihebnan a Ph Richtori
Daniel Taradash, who won an v>s-
car for a: iting Fi i
first confirmation i
to

Major ral Mi at th.
bean to. late Jacob H
who pass, d away at t
ait. r Ih kng with T
ee 1996; the lab i
/witman and Dr J -
who has been the rabl
. lection in I960 RaW I
assisted by Kabbi Morris
ami Rabbi Steven B. Ja
T mple Israel's d. 4
- ago to remain r
thre
eit> rather than asaw
irt's has insulted in tl
building program: it -
that if the congregate
main in the heart of tn* DJ*
County area. saMaassded v r
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The National Conference on Religious Architecture, the annual convention of
the Guild for Religious Architecture, last year presented its Merit Award for Ex-
cellence in Dtsign. to Temple Israels Nathan ami Sophia Gumenick Chapel, created
by Kenneth Trcister.
In its official statement justifying the award, the jury of architects affiliated
with the American Institute of Architects, called the Chapel: ". non-rational, psy-
chologically tensioned. highly individualistic striking example of contemporary
form achieved with steel frame and sprayed concrete appropriate to contemporary
man jury commends congregation for trust ami cooperation in form not easily
understandable also extraordinary achievement of architect final judgment of
experimental form will come only through experience and use of space as yet un-
finished jury recognized possible distraction from theological function by exotic
form relation to existing buildings which it abuts is weak virtuoso performance
always has its blind side."
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and I
rid histor; lost
ci\ ilizations have lost thi ii \ it '-
it; I t.i.. isra I, so it sec
is alive and electric. Israel is thi
bridge between God ami society. It
has always been and remains as
the union between God ami the
nation.
"The God of Moses is a great
Emancipator, giving those who pay
rchitect Tells Of Goals In Design
Of New Temple Israel Chapel
KENNETH TREISTER, AIA.'terior space that would impart a
truly religious experience to all
architect for the Sophia and w|)() viewed it
dan Gumenick Chapel and Mall !n addition, it should stimulate
Temple Israel, the following ,h(. congregation and. hopefully.
my goals relating to design
tie highest degree of spiritual
hat ion for Individual worship-
and the congregation as a
We. The real value of architec-
ts how it serves the people
their community and. in this
ticular design, we desired to
it*- Inith an interior and ex-
the community, to an awareness of
the relationship between art and
religion between man's creativity
and his natural surroundings.
The problem was to set a small
cha'icl among buildings built over
a period of years and lacking unity
and a general master plan, on an
extremely small lot in an old sec-
tion of Miami bordering on a busy
llioll D. Blunieiitlial 25th
'resident of Temple Israel
emple Israel's 25th president,
|ott I). Itliinunth.il. an active
nber for more than 40 years, is
lid of his role in the develop-
Int of the congregation. Hut this
p-spoken Georgia native gives
credit t i other leaders for
Jir part in the building program.
"It all began," he said this week.
der the administration of Sam
ij Si., whose vision was carried
by a commit lee headed by
tvrence E. Singer. The first
drive for funds was headed by Jo-
^B>h Garfield, who has been notn-
%ted as our in \l pre sident, and
berl Russell Is taking over the
nipaign duties Technical details
Here under the watchful eyes of
Belt men as Arnold Rosen, Jack
Bth: linger and Ix'wis Gorfine, and
Vasi president Henry I.. Wolf I has
e\' ted years to assembling the
^Bhl Which we have needed to
^pmplctc our redevelopment. I
pld fill this page with all who
rked so hard and gave so gen-
usly."
lumenthal said that the Merit
ard which the design of Gume-
k Chapel has received from the
ild for Religious Architecture
up his feelings about the
mberi of Temple Israel: "...
commends congregation for
ELLIOTT
BLUMENTHAL
trust and cooperation in form not
easily understandable ."
"At Temple Israel we have never
hesitated to try the new and orig-
inal without ever losing sight of
our distinguished past. This is why
I am so proud of being part of a
congregation which has never
-rown old."
commercial street.
The solution was a sculptured,
free-form concrete chapel fronting
on a large urban plaza that would
lie the buildings together with a
uniform "front lawn" allowing the
free flow of [K'destrians between
the various units of the overall
plan.
To solve the problem of space.
the feeling of the Chapel's interior
is one of extreme height and spa-
.iousm ss created by shadows and
light falling on the sculptural In-
terior shell, outside, the plaza, by
combining the city street and side-
walks, gives the sense of spacious-
ness and setting that the Chapel
needs.
This experiment in urban mall
design is similar to plazas in front
if European cathedrals which have
dvi n identity to the heart of many
ild cities, accommodating both pe-
d< -Mian and vehicular traffic with
ase. This solution should and
eould be used m other parts of
Miami which have a similar
need for expansion of human
spaces.
In the Chapel's design, we were
vitally concerned with excellence
m all phases of our work archi-
tecture, art and religious experi-
nce.
The architecture is the founda-
tion on which the art and spiritual
reeling rest. It is the total control
if the environment so that from
ighting to landscaping, the total
lends togethi r as a whole.
Interior spaces to the Cha*M'l
ivere designed to have a reverent
nd spiritual atmosphere, whether
for individual meditation, religious
services or large group ceremonies.
\ spiritual mood ... a sense ... a
reeling has been created through
architecture.
The entire architectural design
is based on the infinite timeless
tneness of God's creative world as
xemplified by the sculptured,
shadowed volumes of space; the
vcr-i hanging patterns of life, as
nanifested in the pla.- of constant-
,* changing light reflected by the
BRIGHT COLORS
MY CURTAIN
Appliqued layers of bright,
complementary colors key
the modern design of the
stage curtain created for the
Morris D. Wolf son Audito-
rium adjoining Temple Is-
rael's new Nathan and So-
phia Gumenick Chapel by
Marilyn R. Pappas.
The curtain was con-
ceived in relationship to the
existing space and with the
knowledge that it was to be
placed in a house of wor-
ship." Miss Pappas. associate
professor of art at Miami-
Dade Junior College, reveals.
"The very perceptive eye will
no doubt find indications of
religious symbols, but the
symbolism is primarily im-
plied rather than literal."
American-born, Miss Pap-
pas was graduated from the
Massachusetts College of Art
with a B.S. in Education and
went on to Study further at
Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity. She has exhibited her
works at six one-man shows
and participated in a large
number of invitational and
major exhibits throughout
tin* country and overseas.
VViHett Studi
lljltUI
N ii ms 1
rdinal S|
- pi iv ati chapel, the a
: 1 at Ohio Stat. I
vi rsit) in Columbus and the First
Presbyterian Church of Youngs-
town, Ohio; the Ncvvberry Colleg)
Chapel and the Lutheran Seminary
of Columbus. S.C.
Recent examples of their work
can be seen in the St. Peter Celes-
tine Church. Cherry Hill. N.J.; St.
Vincent Pallotti Church. Haddon-
field County, N.J.; St. Madeline's
Chapel of the Convent. Ridley
Park. Pa., and St. Andrew's Epis-
copal Church. Bethlehem. Pa.
Scion of a family of teachers and
legal scholars. Benoit Gilsoul ac-
. quired solid artistic training during
six years of exhaustive study, grad-
uating from the Academic Royale
des Beaux Arts in Brussels, a top
Belgian art college. By 1960 he had
had 25 one-man shows and had won
critical acclaim as a painter, and
designer of murals, mosaics, tapes*
; tries and stained glass
His paintings have been acquired
by the Belgian State Collection in
Brussels as well as by numerous
smaller museums throughout Bel-
gium and private collectors in Fu-
rope and America
Karel Dupre, the other half of
this noted team of artists, attend-
ed the Academy of Fine Arts in
Louvain, Peeling that the creative
imp 'ilse was hampered bj the
Academy's lack of training in orig-
inality. Dupre moved to the Bel-
gian Congo, where in the colors
vegetation and in the people of Af-
rica, he discovered the pun', primi-
tive forms which he had missed in
his formal art training.
The extensive, productive back-
grounds of these great artists have
produced the stained glass win-
lows in Temple Israel's new chapel
an artistic triumph completi In
it-; form and symbol of faith.
sculptured surfaces of the Chapel;
the Insignificance of individual
man in a target and endless en-
ironment, as rel Ii cted in the si i ir-
ing hi igiu of the concrete ceiling;
the grandeur of God, Seen in the
d, multi-colored light filti r-
ing through the stained-glass win-
dows into the sculptural space en-
veloping the congregation.
As the sun moves, as the light
changes during the day, so does the
shape, texture and volume of the
Chapel. As day folds into night, a
metamorphosis occurs. The Chapel
liamatically changes. The stained-
lass windows change from light to
dark and flower-like chandeliers
illuminate the space. The interior
iS softened.
\enmg.
our modi rn society have an obliga-
tion to !> the finest examples of
architecture and the allied arts. In
ibis conti \t Temple Isr.u I is a sig-
nificant pii ce of architecture one
that not only clearly states us pur-
pose, but also implies many of the
serious yearnings of man. The
architectural recognition that may
, achii vi ii by the Chapel is it
dental: it is a work ol art with the
object of creating a thing of beau-
ty, a source of inspiration, a place
for meditation and an environment
for our youth in which to dream
and involve themselves in a cre-
ative future.
Th.
The physical facilities of the
Chapel provide an additional 275
in keeping with the scats, an area for Friday night
[services during the summer and an
, __ addition to the main facility when
Gumenick ( hapel is not just
OVI r-flow service's are needed, thus
a chapel, an indefinable religious increasing the capacity of
building. Rather, m every part of *^ ln US(,
its make-up it exemplifies the fin-
est in Jewish thought, ideology and In life, we often make artificial
theology. Many principles of the I divisions where none exist. One of
Jewish religion are incor|>orated in I the artificial divisions which has
the structure and artistic embel- created some misunderstanding of
lishments to show the Jewish re- the Chapel is the division between
ligion in all its glory. Art and Architecture. In this work,
Public and religious buildings in Continued en Page 15 A


Fnqe 14-A
> Jen i si' fk rrt* tr
Friday. April
1969
Dr. Joseph R. Virol is Spiritual Leader Forty-seven
Sarot. spirit LH His nunil livittes u
: Temple : '
the post i Cornty Community Rclal
irti; a 19 ?r of
nnomii I ;
serving, as rabl i "i hi' *-'* (ions Board; o
a th Israel. At I > i :
N J.. for i>n years.
I: pesident of tl
\V fare < ouneil.
iSOCI
ird ik. m-
i '
Rabbi's Message
l>K. JOSEPH It N \KOT
N'arot. !
- temple in the South, is ;t
Beta Kappa graduate ol Wi si -
i: i I'nheisitj and w.i-;
Hebrew I i

I ... ii ol Hebrew Li tters in 1946.
I him thi hoi i
i II ol !'..:! 1 \
\ In
people foi Rabbi
t has autl ooks, in-
:
"Wh> I An A .' u
V 10m the Ral ks." A
I. face To Well Beii Kn In-
II oduel i"" Ti > A Fail "A
: Lifi
member ol the Unio if An
I lebn w Congregal ii n
I ".;! board Rabbi N'arot in 1965-
B> Di:. JOS1 I'll R. N \i:i
What
le Israel Chapel
toll 1I> ti:; I I -' i
Mj am Sot a
I [ox!
sancti bus id
tcet '
thing (
ila i' ii ndcr-
shin
I teetun
speak t
ii .' nil,
i he '
lays I thei
you l hful-
-
mui '
I
e futui 1st Ceni
if yi I fidei
sting idi
foi men
hi IV
own |*
The k'ery faet that :n Temple
Israel cl se to i i th< nidst
i Miai urban cen-
it we are al-
;, adj : done
!,, our ii itj of
bcrs but Iso to the lai
irea el Is thi Irit we mean I
ikl Loyalty t<> thi besi ol Ju-
aism and lo.v alty to Ihi best i>i
.ill mankind.
LAWRENC E E. SINGER
< li.iiriiiui Building Planning
Years of
Faith .
Continued from Page 12-A
:.ii buildings it
I
and ri hal he area IT* re-
sult i-
Ti lei has plavi >l a \
in the eon imp
the I !-' ">f
ran h has al.......>u-
to its
It wi of th< first
:' .;..!.
current s : \ the rommu-
/ with a D nter spon-
! by tin' I Op|K>rtui
Progi -
ti addition to its ow n progi am-
c Israel p
its facill I '
Recently
i;t ill. ,.i the
National Hoi
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mitt I
with! i l
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ration. Xntini i

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Day scivii in Miami Rcai Coi
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on t/ti~ occasion
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Painting Contractor
2168 S.W. 12th STREET
PHONE 444-5850
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iday, April 11, 1969
kwlstl Ifl-i iriirtiiciin
Paqe 15-A
Treister Identifies With Temple
B "ii jusl 39 i ;o, the architect ol
I- ael ol (refiti r Mi N th in
and Sophi i Gumcnick Chap has
Identified with Ihc Tempi i i his child-
hood and was in the Confirmation Class
of 1946. Hi' has served mi the Board :
Trustees and in other volunteer capacities
with the same dedication and distinction
,i- he h i- given to his profession ami i .
.I. a ish .mil communal causes
In addition to d stinguishing himself .is
an archltecl with such prize-winning pro-
ecta is Colonial Drive Elementary School
and Elizabeth Virrick Village, Mr. Treist-
er has had exhibitions as a sculptor, paint-
er and photographer Besides heading his
own firm, he is now the architectural con-
sultant to Aluminum Company of America
anil National Homes Corporation. Married
to he former Hclync Bressler of Atlanta.
he is the father ol three boys, Charles,
Alan and Eliot.
New U.S. Arms Aid
Enroute To Jordan
KKXXETH TKKISTKR, AIA
Conti.iued from Page 1-A
chemical warfare defense equip-
ment and other military supplies
including 50 Phantom jet fighter-
bombers. The disclosure was in re-
sponse to an inquiry made by Rep.
Halpcrn who claimed he had evi-
dence that new American arms in-
cluding missiles were delivered to
Jordan aboard the American cargo
ship "Steel Rover" ol the States
Marine-Isthmian Line.
Mr. Schwartz conceded that the
"Steel Rover" carried a shipment
of munitions to Jordan but said
there were no missiles aboard. He
said the training was provided to
Jordanian troops here under a U.S.
grant for that purpose as well as
on a reimbursable basis. He noted
Architect Tells Of Goals In Design
Alsop
Continued from Page 13-A
Hit and Architecture are one
Hv n is no separation. An artist is
Hti architect and an architect is an
rtisi. creating a large environ-
nt much as a sculptor creati a
nail one. Artists often work with
her artists and craftsmen in the
Bvation ol a total work In this
kC i'"1' skills of stained-glass
i list-;, copfiersmiths for the chan-
\M aw is for the drapi i w s,
rnlptois for the Ark and adorn-
etc., have been used ui
i l the archill it. civ-
I ii total, complete work.
-I will be used for Bar
d weddings in the da) -
anil for n ligious set \ ici s at
!.it by interior light, the
|jii';i'l-;.i,iss windows will glow,
vating a mosaic of siilxluod colors
Whi n s. i n lrum the street. No
Window stands out from the others
M- but together they form a total
p.Mi m representing the Chapel,
the Temple, the Jewish religion.
physical environment of the city.
A~ one comes through one of two
gardens, shaded by trees and dis-
play ing H ligious sculpture, the
5| ace is transformed into a more
intimate spiritual state.
After thi mall, the second phase
in the gradual transition is accom-
ii d thro : ;h the ise ol two
nti j fid i s, one on i ach side of
1 "ha| I, which are highlighted
by a high-glaze ceramic tile mural
i v cutetl by fine eera raft smi n
in Italj The foyer's low it iling
'it. s i".,- shaft 'i s|ace ris-
enters through
in arehwa; a hi I tized
l>y the ii.u rowni il the Chap I
itsi If. The inti rioi : ing is mys-
tic and sen n< inspii ing yet di
fi. il.
The wooden pews in the Chapel
face towards the pulpit in the cen-
ter and are arranged so that no
seats are more than a fi w rows
from the pulpit, creating an inti-
mate atmosphere ami close alliance
between the rabbi and the congre-
ni so tit of large flower shapes. The
general dimness will contrast with
brightly lighted areas, the most
prominent of which is the pulpit.
The strongest artistic statement
"t the interior space during the
day. the stained-glass windows, de-
signed by two great Belgian art-
ists, are visible at night from the
ti rior pi iza. An integral part of
L lists, coppersmiths for the chan- 'he Chapel, which an highlighted the overall Chapel environment.
Hi liers, weavers for I erics, l>v a high-glaze ceramic tile mural the> are :, riehlj colored tapestry,
^tuli'tois for the Ark and adorn- v ''' '' implementing the focal |x>int ol
K, ,,. UKl. !.,.,, I;s,.,| :,,.,,,; in Italj The fo.ver's low ceiling the Ark but not overpowering the
H cction i i the architect, ere- accentuates the shafl >l space ris- interior. It is essential to under-
H.' one total, complete work. rs through s'and that ilie.se are not unrelated
I in archwa< a hei hi dramatized paintings hum: without regard to
el will be used for Bar ,.v ,,,,. ,M]. ,. ,,. ,-;,, their environment, but windows
ind windings in the day- ,, .,.,. ,.,.,,,. ,... Ls ,ms. forming a continuous pattern and
m and for religious services ,,t |u. .,,, si.ri n, inspirins ,,, ,..,.,. incomplete within themselves un-
: '" y '"tenor light, the |j(il loss visualized within the total en-
windows will [low, ........,................. ,......., vironment ol the Chapel
The color and textures of the
carpet and wood, the ti xture and
shape of the concrete sculpture,
the copper of the sculptured light-
ing fixtures, the shades of heavy
iind dark colored glass all form a
The sculpture of the Chapel is gation. At night, the general light-1 symphony of color, texture and
B*>t neutral. A part of the urban ing is from down lights and lights j shape that, viewed together as one
hriscai--. u is art exposed to the reflecting off the ceiling, with gen- hears all the instruments of the
Ctblic which says, "This is Temple eral illumination from two large orchestra simultaneously, come
rail." a significant |>art of the sculptural copper chandeliers reml- through as one artistic expression.
\*-^onciratulatioits Jo .
%d
Temple Israel
upon the JUeaiccttion of their
^yVlagnificcni vrkapel
I. Emery, Inc.
MILLWORK SUPPLY HOUSE
Phone CE 5-6271
10455 S.W. 187th Terrace
Miami, Florida
Continued from Page 4-A
who have the mam "security"
duty.
"Si entity" may seem an odd
wend, in connection with a public
high school, but at Hughes they
use n all the time. Principal Shir-
i xplaincd that till entrances
are now guarded when his school
Bt H '.'I a.11' ; till the hoys
and girls are now required to
in by the main cnti
ai d all must show identit)
'That way." he said
now able to keep out all the out-
siders winch means thi
pushers but w ith double s -
sions, it w as hop ss "
Two-thirds ol the II
School bo; s and te all
the waj from Harlem to
18th St.; for Harlem has been
left with no high school ol its
own. in the name of di si .
tion. And the street-workers aand
Shapiro were quick to admit that
they had only expelled the dop"
problem from the school's fr ml
doors 'When they get home to
Harlem, there it is again, nil
around the kids.'' one of them
said.
When the street-workers said
that 40 to 50 percent of the kids
were "on" heroin an cstim itc
agreed to by Shirkey and Sh i-
piro they did not mean, of
course, that they were already
the hard-core addicts that Sapp
so grimly predicted they would
finally become. They nn ant. rath-
er, that they were already i \
menting,
that hi i Inited States continue -
supply Israel with military trai -
ing and technical information on i
wide varil tj Ol matters, [si
pilots are presently in the Unit '
Stales training to fly Phantom jets
Rep. Ualpera said the ship-
ment f arms to Jordan should
i>e suspended Immediate!) and
taken under review until Kin.
Hussein can establish that th-
weapons ate used tor "Internal
security" and not for collabora-
tion "with the terrorists' unre-
lenting sneak attacks against Is-
rael in violation ol I'nited Na-
tions cease-fire commitments."
Referring to U.S. military su -
plies to Israel. Mr. Schwartz said
that in light of Soviet shipments ..
Egypt, Iraq and Syria. "We ha
met a large number ol Israeli n -
quests for military equipmi nt and
training. These include the recci I
arrangement to sell 50 Phantoi
aircraft with delivery i" begin b -
tore the end of 1969; continued
delivery ol Skyhawk jet aircraft as
agreed in 1966; and the dell", et
additional Hawk air defense mis-
siles We have agreed to pi Ii
wide variety of other items i i
eluding ammunition ol variocs
calibres. gas masks and rclal
. quipment spare parts for w i a
systi :ns sue i as Pattoi tanks
Hawk missiles and other
force equipment considei able com
municat i ment
s and
. j keep pro luction and
hni s up. ir.d mi-
ll quipnv |>i
I S -'
For Ihc kids
Cohen
".fust for school kids,"
Gales bitterly, "the damn pushers
break the regular $5 bags down
to $2 bags. Then four kids
tht ir lunch money 50 cents
apiece and share the bag be-
tween them instead of eating
lunch."
The street-workers further said
tind Shapiro again agreed
that use of hard drugs in the
schools is now a citywide prob-
lem, though at its worst, perhaps
in Manhattan. One of the street-
workers n marki d. "The pushers
We ran out of Hughes just wen'
Oil to other high schools." And
Elliott Shapiro sadly added. "Oi
maybe to Intermediate schools,
for we're finding drug use at
younger and younger ai
"You gotta remember." Sapp
added, "that the heroin pusher is
probably the biggest man en the
h'oek. in the neighborhoods th te
kids come from. He's got the i at;
he's got the clothes, he's some-
body, man'"
So there is one part of the
story of what can only In- Called
Uie incipient breakdown of the
public school system in this na-
tion's largest city. And remem-
1h i. ] lease, that New York me'e-
h I1'' diets the future in
.il out all our oilier citil -. In
which TO percent ol our pcopli
now live or work unless some-
thing ts done to change that
future!
Continued from Page 4-A
Ex is lush, docs any Ji
net d to b. reminded about t
makii .: ol images, or false idols'
i r bearing false w itness?
1 low ever, that's really not I n
issue here. Gerry Schwartz is
good enough to remind us that
"there is considerable disagree-
ment as to the extent to which
churches and synagogues should
involve themselves in noi
religious events, no matter how
great the social significance" and
cites i ii issues of povertj mili-
ii ami the liki as di\ ish
This confirms my comments o
the Ti Vge Rallj for r> ci ncj
that its stand for motherhoo I
-; the man-eating shark
could offend no one and thus was
an offi "se against a troubled s
! i w as. by dictionary defini-
tion, "ordinary, passable medi-
ocre and coi at ive."
Pass i\ i has i ome t i havi
'. i. ater inspiration and signil
is 1 mow older and
understand its message bi I tcr I
want to shire the gn at redemp-
tion ol o.i people with others,
this |.....pie which. Morris Joseph
said, "began its life with a pro-
test against wrong. Il has lived
its life protesting against wrotig.
And it has done so by moral
force alone "
1 believe, as we said at our
Seder, that "In very generation
ach Jew should regard himself
as though he too were brought
out ol Egypt. Not our fathers
alone, but us also, did the Holy
One redeem." 1 believe, with my
fathers, that the essence of the
Passover is the notion of libertj
and the imperative ol man's eth
leal lask.
We are reminded that in n
lands the Seder night was turned
into pogroms by those who could
nol understand or tolerate thi
Jewish celebration of freedom
What small martyrdom, then, is
disagreement for those of us to-
d.o w ho believe that poverty, wat
cism are the truly religious
rns of a |M'pple who won'
n to be the messenger of i'e-
n unto fill mankind.


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Jewish Floridian
m/ii mi, Floiida Friday, April 11. 1363
Section B
Julian Amery To Address ZOA
Israel Anniversary Dinner Fete
i Anii'iy, a It ading member
|[ British Conservative Party
ol the outstanding non-
i u ish s ip| 01 iiis of isr.ni in
Ji :- n. w ill !* Hi' k aker
>: nner-dance -:'' : in d by
S ill Florida l"stnets ol the
01 Organization ol America
li biation ol [srai I's 21sl anni-
! -
\ I '.I. Which W ill lie i Id ;il
The event,which will he held al
hntainebleau Hotel, will be pre-
ped by a champagne hour at 9
l'I i -on of I^oo Amery, who was
Sari i tary of the ISntish War Cab-
Ifcf first world war.
^K>l 'I'll' of tin' major forces t..
Hiiiu aUtut the lialfom I> el ir.i-
>i; anil I he tslahlishnu nl of the
nish Legion, Julian Amery has
I v.

n I Balliol
'' has b......-i
t'rvii for Hei M ij sty's
1 oslavia, Ki.is.-ai ia,
kl : Run : the Middle
I *t. i I*- has als si r\ d a a spe-
I repii ntative of thi British
yovcrni to Nationalist Chii
,:< nei rtiai Kai-shi k.
A noti 'I authoi. Mr, An* ry has
writti n .- vi ral b oks and has also
travi l. d xti nsivi ly in the United
Siat, s. Canada and the Middle
East ih .... been a fn qu< nt \ is-
itor to lsia> I and also to South
An lea. ih has served as a member
of the British Parliament and as
one of tii.- kading spokesmen of
the Conservative Party.
Mr. Arm ry. who has s< rved in
the British govi i nmi nt as Under-
lai;. <., stat. for War, Under-
- ei, tary ol State foi the Colonies,
s. cr< tary of State lor An and as
i ister ei A\ i itioi was one ,,r
'' i' ading !:: it ish govi rnmenl of-
ficials who negotiati i a treal y sot-
ting up thi endi nee of Cypi i s
under Archbishop Makarios. He
was one ,,i the li aders ol the Suez
which oppose d the British
wihtdrawal from Egypt.
The topi,- to i),. discussed by Mr.
Amery al the /da event is "Inter-
national Support lor Israi I."
Dance music as well as music
foi tin special events planned dur-
ing the evening for the Israel An-
niversary celebration will he fur-
nished by Irving Pietrack and his
orche sua Chairman of the dinn< re
is Sidney Has mond,
Emanu-El Dedication Set
For Saturday Evening
HARRY PiARLMAN
Workmen's Circle
Harks Anniversary
Of Ghetto Uprising
; Tt> Woi kmen's i'n
and Women's Clu'is
nehes
if Greater
i will have a combine i
man- uial meeting on the 26th an-
niVT'- r> o: the Warsh iw (Ihetto
Upr:-' On Sunday evening,
April 2. at S p.m. at its l.ycum,
Washington Avenue, M
h.
ie principal speakers will be
I Sti in!- nun. noted sehi lar
Vice Mayor Joseph Malek of
Citj ol Miami Be ich. Max
an will i Ktend greetings
S > Weiner is i hah man ol
\ nt
Dedii itioi I two ol I
faeiliti s ol n inu-KI by
Mr. and 1 s Sa n lei r*ri< d
nd b.. II ill high-
ligl I )' aeh coi
lion's l > ilicati i Ball Sal
TTh black tie i
i- ii. wi i Ion, ill
be hi id. .. Social I
ml Mini ling whie i ho is< s the
facilities which will be cons crated
i Rabbi In ing Lehrman.
Hat 1 -;:.-: |i Fl il
v' ill the Ballroom ol the
handsome sti id in which is a
fmai point for the synagog u 's
cultural, social and educational ac-
li\ itii s.
Mr. Pearlmaa I >g< thi r with his
children, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Pi : hnan and Mr. and Mrs. Ai thur
Pearlman, will dedicate the Mural
R mil in memory ol the late Mar- '
liia Pearlman.
This room houses the Temple
Kmanu-KI ai I gallery, and is used
Ixith as an assembly hall and lor
special youth s. rviccs. Its magnifi-
cent mural depicts 'he history of
the Jewish people from earliest
times to modi ttl Israel, and has
attract d att ntion from art ci itics
throughout thr country'.
Mr. Friedland and Harry Pearl-
man, Kmil Morton and Matthew B.
Rosenhaus arc honorary chairmen
for the Dedication Ball.
A surprise entertainment pro-
gram In addition to evi ning-long
dancing, will share attention with
i ic consi ct at ion i emonies.
"li is most fitting that thesi
ol Ti mple
i lega ms so > nti al to the
'tin Kl Lm led! h;. the
l-'i n illand and Pea imilii s,"
Ral hi i.i hiu. led.
' The I' adi i ship ol S im l-'n. l-
iml 1 In i;. I ai Iman w as a
\ it-il iiitui in i ciss in bi I
ing and iquip ing the m \\ si i
yiais of its in-
I ion." Dr. l.i hi man point<-d o it
\!i mbers of i he v mgregut ion
also ill join in dedicati ; I uilding
plaques honoring the Patrons,
Sponsors Benefactors and Build-
rs of Temple Kmami-KI and the
officers ir^\ chairmen ol thi con-
ation during the campaign for
the building.
President Joseph i 'ohi n paid
tribute to lus pn di cessor, Max Bo-
derrsan, during whose term ol of-
fie the building was begun, to
building committee chairman Kmil
Morion and to campaign chairman
Samutl J. Halperin for their key
rolis in this i rfort so enthusiastic-
ally supported by the entire mem-
hi rship."
Rhode Island Club Meeting
Tin Rhode Island Club oi Great-
er Miami will hold its regular
monthly meeting at T p.m. Sunday
in the Washington Federal Audi-
t"! i im. 1.'.;i Washington Ave.,
Miami I'.i ach.

. -
mOmmi
lAmong those who pcrt'.c pated in a recent
puncheon c! the American Friends of the
(Hebrew University in honor of Prof. Reuven
rYarcn. dean of the Law School of the He-
|biew University, were (iiom lefL): Stanley
Myers, Mayor Shepard Broad. Baron de
Hnsch Meyer, Professor Yaron and Judge
Herbert Shapiro. Co hosts at the luncheon
were Mr. Myers, Mayor Broad and Judge
Shapiro.
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making the
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scene?
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Friday, A
Lord Samuel To Speak At Anniversary
LOUD fOWW SAMUU
AJCongress To Hear
Rabbi Schneier
p. ibbi Arthur Schnoior, th *
American rabbi to participate in
I r cent special conventiin
hor Y< huda Leib Levin,
the Chiel R bbi ol M< a -".v. <>n the
, ,- ii his T.")th I irthday, will
!., eu' st speaker al n open meot-
insroi the Metropolitan and North
Dado i Jia] ters v- in Jewish
Congress. ":1 Sundaj a- s p.m il
Te pie B -!i S -till Ch IS
Avenue, Miami !'. ach.
Russian Jov\:-\ A New he-
ing? or Ihe End?", will be
the sed by R i i
Schm
As the Appe i of
Cons Foui : on, an organi-
.......-" I ol rs oi
rent faiths whose purpose is
to safeguard fn cdom >>.
d tton in iti ins evi rywhere,
R I Schm ier Ii >- pai ticipated in
thre <\< legations to the Soviel
Union and Eastern Europe which
met government and religious
. to discuss religious pro-
blems.
In 1967, Ihe group Iso met with
Protestant, Jewish, and govern-
ment leaders in Spain to discuss
n ligioua freedom for non-Catho-
lics
In June 1988, Rabbi Schneier
acted n advisor to his friend,
: i: ibb Let in, during Ra >b
Levin's visit to New York, and
Ii lped arrange ;i n.......lion of re-
ligious Ii ad< rs of all faiths in
the Moscow Ch ef R
ispici of iti Appeal
of l Found ition.
Ratbi Schi itual

\, .. V ; k, h and written
, if his visits to the
Soviet His t r -ent ar-
U OK "A Brid To R
... Jews," indical I ns
Russian Jev i
< an ir the m< ting will
!- .1 is- Nevel Metro-
pi :: Cha] Ai in Ji wish
(' : ess.
The R ;
rtn s : Gre il Bi il u
i i hrai scion of Lord 11 i
',., gan fi si Hiah C
ne ill i
. cial guest nl the iit>
-idi Stat ol Israel 21s1 A
j j ,'. n n rinouno l that
lay evenii April 22. at the F in-
Kim. bleau lotel.
David .' I ght, Israel Am
- v chairman* inn lunce I lhal
Beth David Concert
Set For Saturday
Beth David Congregation's Can-
tor William w. Lipson will presi nt
.i eonceii of Jewish Music on Sat-
urday evening, in the Sand
Appearing with Cntor Lipson will
be th.> i Chorus iJuni r
Choir*, the Beth David Sisterhood
Choraliers, the Israeli Shalom
Dancing Trio, and violinist, Ros?
lind Lang. Miss Denise J Lipson
will Join her father in some duets.
As in the past, the funds d<
from th:< concert will be utilized
by the Men's Club to further m
eal activities and to support the
Cantor's Institute. Mr. Bert Saul
is Concert chairman.
Now,
prune
likcrs"
are becoming
prune
lovers...
l.. | Samuel
[gr,, i and iM ]9M I e I
ai!! delivei a m \ r id m<'-- al th
I "
.! the Israi l Boi i iti "' '
will -.' ihe
Isra. I Prin Minister's M
v^. ill be confeired u]
nunity an
:- xv .,, II b h nored for lif<
1 >n,: t I tl. The Award
will be made by Lord Sam
Lord Samuel < Viirount o'
\l,, ini i,-. | m i Toxteth. A
minent author, he is a !<
spei ilil on Israel H< fi -; came
to Palestine as o member of th
British ion-.-- under l.onl Allenbj
which liberated the country from
the rule ol the Turks For the p isl
foi ty-fivc yi irs he has been in-
timately identified with the coun-
try's .:;' th ind has spent
of his time th< re
In 1920, when his father, the
late Viscounl Herbert S imuel, be
n's i rt H h Cot
r.vsi. i, u ni.'r m
iC ol Nati in n nd ite, the
n< '. Ihi British
. ice in that c tuntry In
IS m ,th th s1 iblishment <>f
,n, 51 o Irae1 he four Ii I the
nl Public AdminLstrati >n
m,l served is the prit I the
r tralnin Israelis
..,,,. rtment af-
Lord
tn f ,, ii th H i ise ol
. the recent
death of his I ith r has i
id I hit me betw
Great Britain ad Israel, wh -re
h maintains i n
irj
Blank, sh-.v d An
FYankel, Jack S I

cMeatless
yet so
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
Rabbi Lehrman To
Address Warsaw
Ghetto Observance
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
|< adi r i f Temple Emanu-EI, Miami :
Beach, will i- the principal speak-
( r at the i*5th annual commemora-
lion of the Warsaw Ghetto up-
rising o t*1 sponsored by the
Farband Pioneer Women Poale
/. ui I abOT Zionist groups of South
V orida at 7 p.m. Tw sday in the
Dil.id i Hotel, it was announced by
" ckerman i hail man oi
the Far) ami coordinatii g commit-
t. e
Cart i M im|. ch ii Yard ini and
!-. Fei ihko
will rendei ins foi t rn
. \ nt.
Beth Kodesh Israel Fete
i
11
l held S \
v it the moii
PITTED
PRUNES
Now that
prunes are
pitted!
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PITTED PRl'NES
If you're one of those ordinary
"prune liking" people, get your
mouth set for a thrilling treat-
new Sunsweet Prunes without
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tenderized for super fresh fruit
flavor-tastiast prunes you ever
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8
Heading the Isi I \nni<
.... lit'on t> Mi
: -. re James M '
nf the Gre it< i Mia
,. .... I;., Irvine; Ix*hr-
ih. I icecul
B .!: s imui I Wedland Rabbi
n Kronish and Lei R 'sen.
Abi Gezurvt with
PIHED PRUNES
K KOSHER PARVe
FARBAND PIONEER WOMEN
POALE ZION
26th COMMEMORATION OF
WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING
Come to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Memorial,
Sponsored by the Farband Pioneer Women Poale Zion
1 the
Dl LIDO HOTEL, 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
TUESDAY, APRIL 15th at 7 P.M.
Every Jew should participate in the
26TH ANNUAL COMMEMORATION
Six Million o. oui Brethern Perished!
COME TO YIZKOR
Dr Irving Lehrn-an, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu El. and
other prominent Jewish leaders will participate.
Cantor Yardeini will chant spiritual and ghetto songs and
Israeli composer Shmuel Fershko will render Israeli and
ghetto compositions-
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annual Daj and thai man} i*ou|is wore
Camp reunion will be held from filled to capacity last year
J to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 20, at
The event will highlight the |>asi
summer's act it itii s as well as li
trodueing man) ol the not* >i
grams 1> ing added this yeai
Mr. I. istig iim.i ,i out that ap-
plications tn the V I aj i "amp are
n a firsl come, first servi d" basis
"We urge parents not to wait
until the last moment and i
disappointment." he said.
The Y I tat Camp is o|>erat<
the re facilities
includi s use ol the largi s> sv
ming pool in I- loi ulu, nt
Iball courts plus highl. \ -
need, can I I i
i
JT'-ie r:andeis District of the Zionist Orqani-
Izatior. cf America is planning a communiij
ride rally in honor of Israel's 21st anni-
Iveiscry at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 17, In
^he Fc ntainebleau Hotel. The Brandeis Dis-
trict, second oldest ZOA group on Miami
Jeach has planned an outstanding pro-
jram for this celebration which is open to
the public, according to Ezra Finegold.
sresident. Included in the program will be
nationally noted speakers, as well as famed
entertainers. Among those planning the
event are from left, (seated): Ezru Fineqoid,
Morns Minov, Max Raskin, chairman of the
evening, Clem Lipman, Isidor Riffkin and
Meyer Siegel; (standing): Fran Grossman,
Albert Grossman, Richard Bergman, Harry
Jawitz, Isaac Donen, Herman Frank and
Joseph Kahn.
1st Anniversary Celebration To Be Sponsored By ZOA
he Brandeis Zionist District of, president <>i the District, has an-
*
Imi H- ach will sponsor an Israel
liversary Celebration rally at 8
Thursday, April 17 in the Fon-
)ebleau Hotel, Ezra Finegold,
nior Auxiliary
s/
Jewish Home
?nor Luncheon
ior Auxiliary ol
|sh Hi me (or the Ag< 'I toug-
(in -1 ill hold its donor
I'.' on .", tin' Calcutta Roon ol
I >. at i "ountry Club Tui s-
lat in I 'lian man of t he da)
prs, Philip Brodj Trustees
Ruth Johnson !'
969 Life Members, chaii i (i i\ I .<-\ ej. will also i"
indl< it ing ceremon).
menl ill be presented
len Revolt in a medli ol
k I r pi i.' s w ill be ch lit d
Br lili irge \'a.i i tim and Mi s
Bma immi'i i to all di mors and Iheii
its In Lillian Namm president
nounced.
Guesl s; aker at the event will
I be Eliezcr Niv, special representa-
tive of the government of Israel at
the Israi I Consulate in Atlanta
A native of Tel Aviv, Mr. Niv is
an authority cm the political situa-
tion in the Middle (Cast and also on
Ausubel, past secretary of the trict ami to Herman Frank, mem-
bership chaii man,
Assisting Max Raskin, chairman
of the arrangements committee,
arc: Morris Minov, Clem Lipman,
Isidor Riffkin, Meyer Siegel, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Grossman, Rich-
aid Bergman, Harry Jawitz, Isaac
the economy and industrial devel- Donen, Bernard Katz, Joseph
nenl ol Israel. He has served as Kahn, Jean Ossip, Harrj C Cap-
I Israeli Trade Commissioner in ~, ,, ..
,,, c..,..i c Inn- Leon Siegel, I>r Hrrm.in Au-
the South, ii charj.....f the govern-
' ol Israels Investment and su. Helen Zuckerbraun. Adolph
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.
Duri mnivi rsarj i-<
ill !> |'ii -
I :....:
Stattner, Herman
Raj ipa|Kii i
Shaw and Gil
(hie ol tin highlights of the i
ili be a special musical
, andli li rhi in i nn angi il
and i-i'i ilui-ti'ii ii,, (',u.tui i Mu .,i j
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the Mam Ollice and Sky t ake Ollrce remain open MONO A Y nights 'nl8PrV all other Branch Ollrces remain open FRIDAI nights 'IrlS P rV


Taqe 4-B
+ lfist fkrrdiir
Friday. A
The leadership ci the Esquire House Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Committee at a garden
uncheon party held on behalf of the twin campaign.
Shown (from left are: Jack Dennis, president, Men'3 Club;
Mrs. Sadye Marks, president. Women's Club; and Jacob
Smith, president of the Esquire House Co-op. _____________
CITIZENS OF NO. MIAMI BEACH
THIS IS YOUR PERSONAL INVITA-
TION FOR CONTINUED GOOD
GOVERNMENT R.flCT
DIGNITY
HONOR
If
PROVEN
LEADERSHIP
ELECT
JAMES E "JAY"
REARDON
COUNCILMAN
GROUP 6 LEVER 27A
TZer&ut
"JACK"
NORTH MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL
Group 4
HE WILL CONTINUE TO:
WORK for available Government Grants
for our Senior Citizens
ASSIST ALL YOUTH PROGRAMS with
emphasis on expansion of recreational
activities.
WORK FOR ALL EMPLOYEES of the
City; insuring needed salary increases.
JACK BE AN wil continue hn vioxk-
eut FIGHT agoinst NARCOTICS
and it* INFLUENCE on corrupting
our YOUTH ^____
AJCongress Women
Th. Louise it u>-"
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I
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f all ft nda
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theFl .1 la Worn-
5
. hich "ill take 1
. I ; \. 1 il IT. in
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Hoti I Miami Beach.
Mrs Charles Silver* airman
Buildei
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d
u" feal
Gael
/( t11 G 11 bo >ists will be R
Massachusetts Club Meets
The Mass ich isett* I lub ol
r M imi was to
... -v 1,
trv \ e Hot I Miami Be
a Bound film fe it ir
il in in "A Tribute to S
lius," was to !>> show n
Event
lan, Mi '..< k
Set Opera
Daniel Gra ..
1.11 .'I : B. > h. .- 1
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KEEP TAXES OOWN!
II
Czech Jews To Celebrate
PRAGUE (WNSi C.'dok. the
c"/'ih trawl bureau. i< developiajE
plans to bring Jews from aroun>i
the world to Otchus!o\akia to
0 lebrate the millenlum of Jew< in
that nation during festivities set
for July 10-13.
ONLY
MAYOR
McDonald
"The Watch Dog cf
the Treasury"
WAS UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED by
I AMERICAN FEDERATION of LABOR
CONGRESS of SENIOR CITIZENS
- AMERICAN FEDERATION of SENIOR
CITIZENS m .
RALPH URBANO. Commander of
Disabled Veterans. Chapter 51
These ENDORSEMENTS are
probably
the BEST ANSWERS
to the propaganda of
Mayor McDonald's
opponents
NORMAN
GOLDSTEIN
Candidate For Mayor
Asks the Support of All His Friends
in the North Dode Area
1


- you live in the city, I would appreciate
revei .ou live please ask your
reside in North Miami Beach to
C35- -e for me as MAYOR. Thank you
I Stand for

XI cxi seme's
Recapturing los Federal gran's
tor Senior Cif zens
A Pos M Drogfam
Ccx-ba Teen-age Drug Abuse
Re- I Zoning
I've Served as
Presidenv North Miami Beach Lions Club
Presden*. Harmony Lodge, B nai Brith
President Temple Adath Yeshurun
Chancellor-Commander. North Miami Beach
Lodge No 195. Knights ot Pyth.as
ICmghts ot Pythias
President-Etect, North Dade Bar Association
Municipal Judge North Miami Beach


National Council Jewish Women
To Install Officers of Local Units
For fhT firs! tlifie division! of
SreaMT Miami Section. National
1111 cii of Jewish Women, will in-
stall their elected of funs in scp-
ii.it- meeting* to be held Wedncs-
lay The many Council women who
volui '"i t! ir time for the varied
onvr.unity H rv ice projects In
,vhich Greater Miami Section ac-
tivi I. participates will be honored
it a I division meeting*.

I5:i\ division will meet at noon
,n inch at Tony's Fish Market,
I 79th St. Causeway. North Bay
Village. After presentation ol com-
munity service awards and instal-
ation of officers. Bill Bernard!,
.Mil-known accordionist, will en-
tertain, Mrs. Adrian Thai is pro-
/ram chairman of the day; Mrs
I..igh Childs. section vice president
if mi mbershlp and immediate past
.I i sident of Hay division, will serve
as installing officer.
Bay division officers for the club
ly. ar l%9-70 are: Mrs. Harry
ISchloaa, president; vice presidents
Mrs. Miriam Strongin. administra-
tion; Mrs. Arthur Welder, commu-
iit> service; Mrs. Maurice Green.
in :;.tieiship; Mrs. Ferdinand Gold-
Mr.ith, public affairs; Mrs. Harry
Harris, ways and means; Miss
plara Trifield. corresponding sec-
U:\q Mrs. Irving Eisen, financial
icrciary; Hrs. Alyin Schlesinger,
(cording secretary, and Mrs. Carl
Pttinger, treasurer.
Mrs. Philip Friedman has served
Bay division president for the
^t two vears
* '
|< oral division will meet at the
HHy Club ot the University of,
iii, 3r>."xr Hri;^cja Avc. Coral'
!$,' At 09 a m. for a fashion
V and smorgasbord luncheon.
rs. Bernard Abel, section vice
fesident ol ways and means who
immediate past president of
division, will install officers,
eluding pn sident Mrs. Melvin
papiro, who has served as Coral
ng the Installation of officers by Mrs. I. win Loman.
Metro .Mayor Chuck Hall, a pro-
-ram of musical favorites will be
presented by Council member
Marjorie Sogg, well-known
trano in musical circles.
so-
Offici i- to be installed are: Mrs.
Melvyn Sommers, who will serve
a second year as president; vice
presidents Mrs. .lames s. Raff, ad-
ministration; Mrs. Jack Friedberg,
community services; Mrs. Joseph
Rosenberg, membership; Mrs. El-
len G. Iz n. public affairs. Mrs,
living Hartman, ways and means;
Mis. Irving Joachim, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Irving Gold-
man financial s< rretarv; Mrs. Mor-
timer W'ien, recording secretary,
and Mis. Leon Cohen, treasurer.
Mrs. Norman Cohen, vice presi-
dent public affairs, will install the
Lincoln division officers at a snack
lunch meeting in the Algiers Hotel.
2538 Collins Avc.. Miami Beach, at
noon. Marie Balahan. wife of Judge
Balaban, will entertain, accompa-
nied by "Ducky" Duckman.
Those to be installed are: Mrs.
Klinor Bobbins, president; vice-
presidents Mrs. S. Ray Kaplan, ad-
niinistiation; Miss Elsie Schwabe.
community services; Mrs. Hyman
Singer, membership; Mrs, Lillian
Thorenberg, pubke-offoira;- Mrs.
Cye Wechsler, ways and means;
Miss Ann Arons. corresponding
secretary; Miss Flora Price, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs Salty Gerstai.
recording secretary, and Mrs. Max
A. Bcnowitz, treasurer. Mrs. Cye
Wechsler has served as president
of Lincoln divisiun for the past two
years.
Shores division wiU- begin its
meeting at Westview Country
Club, 2601 NYV 119th St., at 10
a.m. A study group entitled Sex-
ual Revolution: Myth or Reality"
will precede the luncheon at noon.
Discussion leader will lie Dr. Syvil
dsion pn sident for the past
ir; vice presidents Mrs. Julius
i an ai ministration; Mrs.
Kazan, membership; Mrs Ar-
jr J. Lyons, pul lie affairs; Mrs.
- and means; Miss
Idle Reiss, corresponding secre-
Mr I'.i n Stl i n, financial
ard M. Miller.
1st ant finani i secretary; Mrs
rt Wilmer, recording secretary.
Mrs Nathan Pi Imack, treas-
aT
*
d< luxe bi inch w ill be served
the noon meeting ol Indian-
imis m the Algiers Hotel. 2555
|ii \\e.. Miami Beach, Follow-
Marquit, a practicing Miami psy-
chologist and director of the Post-
graduate Mental Health Institute.
Chairman of the study group is
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A.'ier luneh and presentation >>f
community service awards and in-
stallation of officers, Jay w. Jen-
sen, director ol the Miami Beach
Senior High School Drama Depart-
ment, and his Players will enter-
tain Council members and their
guests.
the Woman s JAJorld
"gjrewxsfli Floridian
Friday, April 11, 1969
Pcrqe 5-8
in. Installing officer will be Mrs.
Burton Levey, treasure! of Greater
Miami Section and president of the
Young women's Division ol Gr< ai
Mrs. Irvine Wexler, president ol Mlami Jewish Fcderation'
Greater Miami Section, will install
Slums division officers, including:
Mrs. Philip Pearlman. president;
vice presidents Mrs. Edward Kauf-
man, administration: Mrs. Marvin
Green, community services; Mrs.
Kenneth Bern, membership; Mrs.
Mortimer Cohen, public affairs;
Mrs. Marvin Haven, ways and
means; Mrs. Irving Burnstein. cor-
n sponding secretary; Mrs Stanley
A. Cohen, financial secretary; Mrs
Alan Braun. assistant financial
secretary; Mrs. Stephen Chaiken,
recording secretary, and Mrs. Jules
Cohen, treasurer. President of the
Shores division for the past year
has been Mrs. Philip Pearlman.
*
Smith Ihule division will present
"An Out of The World Extrava-
ganza All This and Council. Too."
when the members gather for their
installation and community service
awards meeting at 9:30 a.m. in
Kind's Bay Country Club. 14401
SW62nd Avc. Lunch will be served
following the program and meet-
Electi d to serve for the new club
year were Mrs. Alfred I. Moss,
president; vice presidents Mis Er-
nest Andich, administration; Mrs.
Max Goldfarb, communitv serv-
Ici Mrs. I >av id Ehrenreich, mem-
bership; Mrs. Alan Stoler. public
affairs; Mrs. Morton D. Stubins,
ways and means; Mrs. Kmamiel
Palgon, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Robert Siegeli, financial sec-
n tary; Mrs. David Lazar, record-
ing secretary, and Mrs. Max Spie-
gelman, treasurer. Mrs. Jerold J.
Schwarz has served as president
for the past year.
*
Greater Miami Section officers
will be installed at the last board
meeting of the year on Wednesday,
April 30.
Officers to be Installed are Mrs.
living Wexler, president; vice pres-
idents Mrs. Burton Goldberg, ad-
ministration; Mrs. Norman Cohan,
community services; Mrs. Arthur
GUber, membership; Mrs. Philip
Bloom, public affairs; Mrs. Morris
mm. irving vkxuk
Futernick, ways and means; !
Jerold J. Schwarz, correspond
secretary; Mrs. Samuel Peldn
financial secretary: Mrs. Viv ..- i
Edwards, assistant financial se
tary; Mrs Harry Thai, record. ;
secretary, and Mrs. Bernard A
treasurer.
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i
We sure have! We have left out the name of the product. (It's Heinz Vegetarian
Beans, as you have probably guessed.) And then there's the endorsement on
the label, ((g) is the seal of approval of the union of orthodox Jewish con-
gregations OF AMERICA.)
No headline can sum up all the good points of the vegetarian beans which have
been the outstanding favorite of Jewish families everywhere for three generations.
On your next trip to your food store, we suggest a place on your shop-
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Pciqe G-B
fjfnist tkridii r
Friday, April \\, ^
Mizrachi Women To
Form N. M. B. I nit
chapter <>i Mizrachi Worn-
Or rani ation "t America ill
join the iavks ol Dade Count}
Moimn who arc devoted i" the
'j schools and villages li
lei.
ai the home >! Dr. Joel Dennis
\ i-th Miami Beach, the new
Fete To Benefit
Variety Hospital
Diana R as and the Supremos
>% ill liichlicht the annual benefit
dim* r-dano sponsored by the
women of th' Suburban League at
the Deauxllle Motel Friday.
Mrs. Jack Longer and Mrs. Sm-
art Rubin, cm-haiimi'ii. have an-
nounced that a cocktail hour will
K' held at 7 p.m.. prior to thv
dinner.
am proceeds from the annual
blai iffalr will go to support
II work of the Oncology Unit al
Vai I) Children"* Hospital.
Mis Harold Kasscwitz is in
- n ations The public
i- inviti d.
Camp Innovations
At Mountain Lake
Mi u" Lake has the
ol having a pri-
lake n< 'I by the
, I reserved for the ( xclu-
- ol campi rs a I staf I New
introduced at
Can Mount ii- Lak< for the 1969
s a walking road around
KVfool san I beach
i the boys' i amp Now under con-
struct
. will Ih
Ifoi sport activities
>k
Lake in II ;-
i i ii
the Dad
1 -
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-
1 .
that 1 all-
. .
s I arts
- need bring n ly thi n
i film
I it
than two-

ognized I.....n try's
dited bj
t \ nerican I
Israel-Jordan Cooperation
Ti I. AVTV iWNSl 1st
I Iture officials
1 inging information
i ss ol locust warm
into theii on Saudi
''a.-t Africa to enable
both i itions to fight off the an-
< i.'iit n itural nemy,
chapti r to l iIU" '*
a, d, Mrs. Alfn d Stoi
a animator for the
innounced.
,.i the chai t' r
ind election ol offii the
I chapter is plai ned for 10 a.m.
- : Vpril 24. in the home ol
Mrs Max RothenbcrR, 1061 NE
i St.. North Miami Beach The
charter will formally presented
bj Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Rabbi
\ iftali Porush, i oth of whom are
sabras" and supporters ol the
work ol Mi/r ichi Won n among
the children in Israel
Mrs Stone also announced Ihe
Council's Youth Aliyah Mother's
Day Luncheon at the Eden Roc
Hotel on Thursday. May 8 Chair-
man is Mrs Morris Zellner
Mrs. Hyman Kolko, president of
Hatikvah chapter, lias scheduled a
lar meeting and book review
for Thursday April 17 at Kneseth
Greetings From
19th HOLE BAR
Where Friends Meet
and Relax
1910S W 57th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 667-9130
Among those who took part in the recent
organizing meeting ct the Galil Chapter of
the Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America were (from left': Rabbi Naftali
Porush. spiritual leader of the Young Israel
, Svnaeoa R< Iman Is ; n sident
of Greater Miami; Mrs. Irving Setda]
Max Rothenbeig; Mr. Alfred S
Cyril Donei; Mrs. Joel Denn
Max Lipschitz of Beth Torah C >n iregotiog
''
Sjnagogue
ll.idar Chapti i
ilom Chapter ol Mi rachi Miami Beach Chapl Mi*- Herman Shaw, I i
en will I rJ its regulai t-! rachi Women will celebrati Israel brunch and cai I
(ng Tuesday. April 22 in Uw club IndeiK-ndeno Da} Tuesdaj April Ner Tamkl's Sklai
is ol lOOLineolnRd Mrs R i -'-' Washington Federal II a.m Thurtda\ \
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in 30 Days...
MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU
DEL PRADO on-the-Bay has four towers, each served by its own
elevator, with only four apartments on each floor. You're just feet
from your own door when you leave the elevator. That's privacy
Add to it a Marina and Yacht Club underground parking .
hotel suites to reserve for your friends and relatives superb
apartments in a magnificent setting on the private side of Biscayne
Bay, away from the noise and rush Is it any wonder Towers 1 and
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ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS, from 520 990
TWO BEDROOM CONVERTIBLE. TWO BATH APARTMENTS, Irom $26,990
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Friday. April 11. 1969
* Aniil Fkridd/lun
Paqe 7-B
Post And Auxiliary
Slate Installations
'Ih.' Norman Bruce Brown Post
anil Auxiliary No 171. Jewish War
Voter* <>f the is v. will hold a
loint installation of officers t *-.
p.m. Tuesday in the Pythian Hall.
1601 \V. Flakier St.
Officers for the Auxiliary arc:
Mar Schreiber, president; Hannah
Maidmai senior vice president;
Seema Lefkowitz, junior vice pres-
ident; Kate Graham, treasurer;
Ann Boder, chaplain; Frieda Fein-
Roki, conductress; Catherine Mor-
ris, patriotic Instructor; Fssie Ko-
linsky, istorian; Shirley Gottleb,
guard; and Eva Taub, Sylvia Lieb-
nian an Rather Jacobs, trustees,
ciii.....i for the Posl are Stanley
i: Stuart, commander; Fernand S.
[Canter, senior vice commander;
iGeorR Iraham, junior vice com-
i Sul Kocnlfrsbei | idge
ZIONIST COUNCIL
MEETING SLATED
JERUSALEM (JTAi Th<
Isl <; neral I'ouneil. the
govi rninj! body of the world
Zionist movement between
congresses, will convene hero
on June .',0. ii was announced
at a joint meeting of the
Council's presidium and the
Jewish Agency executive.
The Council's chairn an,
Ehud Avriel. will preside
over the week-long session
and Prime Minister Golda
-Men and Jewish Agencj
chairman Aryeh I.. Pincus
will he among the speakers.
S|>ccial meetings will he de-
voted to the problems of im-
migration and absorption,
the announcement said.
advocate; Frank Grei m sut
and three-year trustee Edward W.
tier.
Miami Beach Groups Of Hadassah
Plan Meetings For Month Of April
The Biij liarh.tr (jroup oi the the Algiers Hotel Tuesday, Ami
Miami Beach Chapter erf Hadassah 22. Included on the program will l
gular luncheon > special tribute to Mrs Harry
Vtonday in the Algiers Hot I A
inacjt luncheon will be served Pro-
.. am '.'i le current
G tt W'olfl and a musical
bv Laura l.a Tuchie. Mis.
Glick is group pi
1

"ill hold its
meeting at Uu- Balmoral Hotel on
Monday, A Cantata will lie pre-
s nted bj Lee Goldman, aecom-
ii d bj < >lga Bibor stern at
Hi'1 piano. Mrs. Benjamin Stein-
muller is group president.
The Emma Lazarus <;roii|> will
hold its regular lunch, on meeting
Monda- at the Singapore Hotel. A
skit. "Who >s a Good Jew ?* will
i e presented by mi mbi rs of the
roup. Presidi nl ol the group is
Mrs. Henrietta Fine.
The ?'ialomu Group will hold a
rv and i ard party at the
Ki Mrs I i up. Platofl i- chairman. A
na< I. luncheon u ill be sened at
Shaloma Group's final meeting in
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
An Israeli film, "Never Again to
Denied." will be shown al a
...- ..I thi Sisterhood
t Teni| l< Beth Raphael nl 8 |
Thursday, April IT, at the Temple.
1545 Jeff rson Aw.. Miami Beach.
Mi s. I h man .1 I'., i r i^ president.
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Cavell. right, and his daughicr, Tcby. are pictured
a visit with President Zalman Shazai ol Israel. Mr.
president of the Federation ol lewish M n's C
i :. e Sout.ieastern United States, is a candidate for the
Miami Beach City Council. He has been a chairman
ed Fund. Heail Fund end CJA campaigns in North
I .nd is on the executive committee of the United Syn-
agoc-je Council for the Southeast. Miss Ccvell is a student
at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Platoff, "Shalom Woman iTear." Chairman ol this progt
i- Mrs, Ruth Garth. (Jroup pn
denl is Mrs l> \ in Shapiro,
The forte lowers Group will
hold a regtil i1 1 p.m
Monday in the auditorium ol lh<
\orth Buildin < iuesl speaker,
Ral bi I lii rj Jolt, will speak on
"(iolda Men l'.'. ction ol ol ileers
will be held and refreshments will
be served. Program chairman is
Ida F. Klite; Sylvia Danzig is
pn sident of the group.
The llanna Seneaca Group will
have its regular meeting at noon
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Pag 8-B
*Jenist Hcrkfiar
f-rnnccs J*m ehntan
We
the
Women
TIILIE
WOM \\ OF THE WEEK
S
her host ol Hei
father was H >revt iud e as well as
prevented hin loing militarj duty, so
when in I he was i > be drafted into the R
Imer ca vith
wife and three daughters, Dora,
Tillii .. I Bertha Everything hap-
pened svt if 1 nd in New V irk
Til!.. SI I to SCl
The whpli I j i u 11 i sy to
adjust to the American waj il
th j were onlj soi i >
ilu y ha In'i b i n b< i n hi
As .1 child girl and won
Tillie ha< always been full ol com-
passion When she got an allow-
ance ol 23 cents, I7i cents ol it
was spent each week on flowers
for the sick at the dispensarj
At 18 she .- madi a din -tor of the Auxiliary of
Hebrew Maternity as a result <>f her getting a 125.000
donation from Charles Guggenheim, She later became the
executive director. For the three years she was director,
man) of the expenses lights, etc., the paid herself. An-
other project was fun's to paj for blood transfusions need-
ed hj indigent patients.
Tillie held the B me job salea'adj '. furs in winter
and cloaks and suits in summer from the da) she stopped
school to go to work until the day she quit working Her
mother was a designer who had a most successful bridal
shop It was at a designer's party thai she met Louis, who
I m< her husband It was love at first sight They had
a daughti r, Beatrice ol whom Tillie is \ tj proud and
she can w 11 be. 1 f admittn it Mount Sii ai
H : lu ited cum iaude from Long [si md
Univers t>
T llii is one of thos i [ p\ m do is i natui al
sei Fund- r iists verj i
f the time 1 sliked M t is not tl
with Ti -: In Ni w York
Auxiliar) of B th Isr '. Hospital During World War II.
shi w as a I jeutei nt C 51 le of
the States 1 ry. I : v 000 in War
Bot personal le* I
I nt Frank! in 1 Roo It i '.',' ton,
as wi Department
\'. ni in
pent tin in til Louis diod
in 1951. to M I ve.
F te and the will ti Tinj Hie
plui Sho was a ler
meml f the 1 \ I. Whei in
4th St e raised S12.0C0 I I Shi was also a i
: Fight ; .i S ght ind of th< Wi :.'- A ix liary
M S i \- f the Ut "rder of T tie
Sisters sh< has brought in more monej tli n anyone. Just
last month she was honored by thai organization with a
gold pin, She re statue and a citation from the
Shore Unit ol Pa] nicolaou Cancel Reseat Institute and
tab.
Fund-raising is her life and h< hobb) Shi happi ns t
be one of thus'' unusual fund-raisers who is always suc-
cessful, for she has marvelous following of people who
are certain she knows what she is d ing and i are always
ready to donate money to her various p >j When she
makes a pitch, it is .i pitch, all right, and the money comes
rolling in
Althougl us in the tense of complete ob-
servance, Ti ves in God, and that we are put on
earth to I thers Shi is fir I th it there
i- p> l in i She loves her famil) and i> nevet
hap] than v all together She likes to read,
11 -- much from books. One i-
m .'-: and al 78- -79
i her bit is still leai ning and en i
it. Alth .!! 'd a go d deal, shi
hat Israel, m in her he u t
Th- done, Tillie i j s, and shi
God will grant her strength to continue her work as long
as she Hvea So far He ilthough ana hasn't i> en
well, you can't tell 11 Aftl r a few days in the ho-piti'. she
comes me and picks up again right where she left
off. She !! is stii I) m ide beginning.
Around her in her a; irtmenl are all hor memenl
the md letters, which make a happ)
lk of merron. Bui n'1 i eed I
of what the has done with her lite. For herself, it is in
her heart; for the outside world, it is written on her i
Tiny Tillie. the hope m ;h" hearts of your friends well
as if the count'ess persons helped bj 5 wr fund-
1 lising is that you may continue your work for
years to come.
At.SS JUDITH ROUNCW AIC
Rabbi's Daughter
Engaged To Texan
r ibbl and Mi s. ton Rnawnc-
u 1. 840 16th St.', Miami Beach,
the enga n* ni ol their
Ji lith, to C
II "t Ml and
lerman 1
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PLUMBING
CONTRACTING tEMItlNfl
Strvins Dodt Contv Over 25 Yean I
Till $.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9*04
LADIES turn your 'don't
needs" and "can't wear's"
into cash. ACT II
1352 Washington Ave.
Phone 534-0001
Susan Wolf To Be
Mrs. Scheinberg
Mi 1 Woll ol
Laki Ian I. Fla nci the en-
mei t ol thi ir daughti 1 S
K iren, t.> Bruce J011 Scheinl
the son nt Mrs !',. tt> Schi inb
of North Miami Beach and Herbi 11
Scheinbi rg ol Al lanl 1 < la
Students at the University of
Miami, the couple will graduate In
June, when the bride will receive
her degree In Elementary Educa-
tion, A member of Tan Epsilon Phi
Sweetheart Court, and Rho Lamb-
da (Panhellenic honorary 1. she has
been on the Dean's last and serve,!
1 as president of Delta Phi Epsflon
Sorority. Her fiance, who will enter-
law school in the fall, is a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and
a Big Brother of ivita Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Jane Wedding For
Renie (.cuter And
Theodore Sokohky
Vi Mrs Dave- Cent 1 il
At inta Ga am ince the enga
men! ol Iheii la rhter, Renii
Thoorioi n "t Mr
and Mrs K< ni 1 th S ik Isk) I I
\. Miami B ach
and
of Ai
and l .:-!''
Ga
t. L'l
<; 01 eia, m hi re sh
sororil
Her ite of the
'.'; ivi : Mia ni, has ci ived
a D ctoi ut Jui isprudence degn
fron .' .' ihn Marshall fnivi 1 sit..
' '1 "I I .aw in At la' '
iple plans a June wed
in the Ti mple at Atlanta.
MISS SUSAN KAKtH WOlf
/MISS MARC A RICH!.
Mania's Lisyji^fd
To Daniel Arunoff
Mrs. R
; I 1 I' '
....... ,,) ,,f th, n
la t 1 lai 1 1 \'
bi d Mrs Abe A
Baj Rd Miami ]:
Thl lit ide-e'eet u1
najoring in pharn a<
Univorsif when -p
.'inini \' ai-. is .1 gradu
tat 1 1 ligh School
Hi r fiat ci gra
ago J' w ish Academy, n 1
\ B cum laude in psyi
'.IS M S decree In So, | ,
igy from the t 'niversil.
He is pri s. ntly nrolled ii
toral program in Ind
cholog) at Purdue Unit
The wedding will taki
Vug 10.
Barbara Zaretsky-
Engaged To Marry
Th nga temi tit ofBi
Zarrd to G
has brei mi by h
nts Mi ai I Mrs Han
Abl \ .


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COME IN-SAVE DOLLARS
Record Results
The leadership ot the Seacoasl
Towers South Combined Jewish
Appea Israel Emergency Fund
< !omn ittei announce l "rei ord re-
s .it-" n a I reakfasl n.....ting
h' Id nr behall of the twin can
paii
Einhorn, gi ni 1 al chair-
ochairmen Emanuel
Foss and H u n poi I I
that tiv mittei will contlnui
indi\ idu .' solicitation throug
the buildi
EVERY DAY
25% .75%
OFF
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Sunday
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MS. MICHAU DAVID IACK
Judy Mahchick
Now Mrs. Lack
Thr former Judy Lynn Malsohick
exchai d < >v with MichaH
David Lack Thursday, March 27,
In ;i 5: pji c mony conduct) !
by I: Ii v ii Lehrman in his
stncl\ .-I Temple Emanu-El.
A r tion in the Mona 1 .isa
Room the !den Roc Hotel fol-
lowed the nuptials. On their re-
turn ii "i a honeymoon trip to Lu-
caya. th' nawlyweds will live In
Gained b\ where they are both
attending the University <>r Flor-
ida.
Th. bride is 'h'1 daughter <>f Mr.
and Mi' Raymond Malschiek, 1500
Bay P. Her husband is the son of
Mrs Harry Lack. 5101 Collins Av<
and thr .at<> Mr. Lack.
Ait< n ni the couple were Mrs
James Lack, matron of honor, and
Jam s I '.'k. best man.
Mr I >ck urHI graduate from the
I'nfversil ol Florida in June of
this ., i ind n attend the Uni-
versit; Medical S hool. His bride
will n live her degree from the
university in December.
Eleanor Querido,
David M. Morris
Exchange Vows
'!-.'s PI ;. i ,,. |||e r> r|(tn
and Davl i M Morci i \
...... VOW! I
''" Bisravi Hotel.
' is 111 .!;, -' r of
frvin '.':' i : \; .,i ^
ml i io. The
1 ,. .i
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For i |p won
\! nrop inci -
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Th. silk lll'-si M ,,
by hei ;,L.
Bridal ati n ,. ., |jmc
....,,,. ,.,.,. |. ... | |
.'.I Amv ( hierido. mai I of
and bridi Mrs Marion
: andi Mrs Chrlsi
1 'i RH >, SI i anrtp,
in a pink and white I ic dri ss. was
flower uii I.
I'1 si man 'ol i was
" ;< i and a n ina ns i>sh-
rs wen VI I lerido. Hector Hi-
<> n, Herbert Lande and G orgi
Frit dman
'11 e new 1 ;- a grad i-
ate ol Miami Ediso S nior Hi-h.
itt nd .1 ih.' University of Florida
.in) Miami-Dade Junior College,
an arm .1 a degree from Florida
Atlantic University. Her husband
graduated, lumma cum lande with
n nil honors and honors in math-
ematics from the University of
Miami. H<- is .t W'oodrow Wilson
Fellow and a member of Omega
IV Ita Kappa Fraternity.
Kiwcmis June Conclave Here
E M Bishop, Southern Region
vice pn sidenl of Northeast Air-
lines, has been named general
chairman for the 34th annual Ki-
wanis International convention to
be held in Miami Beach June 2\< to
July 3.
More ban 18, 0 Kiv iniai an
\ n eti d for thi c >nv "tion.
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Jack Rosenberg Installed As President
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M*S. DAVID MORRIS
At the B'nal B"rith Council 01
South Florida Lodges Installat 1
in akfast
Hoti I, < 'o'incilman Paul ScW
11 pi *idi ni-. 1 insl 1 dJa
nliei s m '' pi
1 '
\. as
iV.ubn
1
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Rabbi Leh aan To
Speak At Tampa U>
in of '
ni .". ach, will
1 1 th< Ji wish Cha I 1
is ecturei at I he L'nivi r-
1 ol T im a 1 Vpi 1! IT.
1 will leel ii al J p.m. in
Falk Thi ati r 1 n the subji cl
Mi i lie East Crisis and
An that ks to
ite !) tter understai
Jis and Judaism through educa-
tion, the Jewish Chautauqua S
cietj is sponsored by the National
F Ii al ion ol T mpl Dro1 her-
h :
Lodges
gram were Bernard Langh
president, Florida State Assoi i
tion ..I BH I kJjjcs Stati At tori
Rii ard F. Gerstein; Jack Kii -
baum, n n nies
Kobrinetz, lii
IIHi !' i i at the University
of M ....
tion.
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Florida Artists On
Ch. 2 Auction List
Florida's outsta
artists hai 1 contributed paini
-. Ij'tura' works w hich wil
I H
;\m.. A"ril :'! thro igh 26 I ass st
1 ntv's Rdeational T
tation, WTHS, Ch. 2
For the firsl timi
^ ii w w itli refreshments, spom
by the Sam Blank Family Foui
1: v .'in held on Sui daj from
! to 9 p.m.
MRS. GARY IRA POllAK
I
Sunday Ceremony
For Martha Shan:
Gary Ira Pollack

Ti nrnlo Ner Tami w as 1 le s t-
tins n '! March 3 I, for the
marria.....I Marl 1 Shav to < !ary
tra !' 1 ho son ol Mr
Mrs .'. tin 1 linmi Bi aeh.
The S Ima
Shaw of Nor! Mia
1 ',: al I "it > -
bri i< 1 la 1
Nor!
" '. Herira
I [igh Si hot) \
radual I I n I la Col-
ere.
A gi aduate : the I.. ar School in
Miami !' ach, I 1 -< 01 m al tends
the University .>! Miami in Ci ra
Gables.
aii. 1 a wi d ing trip to Europi.
the couple will live in North Miami.
Estate Council
Names Leaders
The North Dade Estate Plan-
nine; Council e'ected attorney Nor-
man Goldst" in of North Miami
P.. ach ns its first presidi nl at n re-
cent organizational dinner meeting
in ih' Club House Restaurant.
j
Also ,|. ,-t. h 1 v Wilber V eej
C.L.U., first vice presi lent and pro-
gram i'li m:" 11 William Koppel,
('.P A., second ici pi 1 sidenl and
membership chairman; and trust
officer Lawrence Weiner, s. 1
tarj -treasurer.
is board of direct irs were Raymond
l.ookmap. C.P.A attorney Jerome
Linet; Jerome Kit/. C.L.U.; ami
Robert Weinreb of the Appellate
Division of the Internal Revenue
Service.
The first pro rram meeting of the
Council is scheduled for Wednes-
April -'..
M
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Friday. April 11, jggg

:^fbout jjcoplc and j^lctccs .
THIRTY-TWO YKARS IT HASN'T RAINED
Mike and rtorfence T> iskin haven't
ktail part) .it this time >>f year for
the past 32 years it's the one l>i'-: party thej
givi i ich year Everything fits into .1 certain
lint Everyone knows it's their anniversary,
even though Ihey don't have an anniversarj
And it never rains even ii the weather
n says there's a 50 percent chance of ram
. vays le ightful in their back yard. A
tun gct-l igether of family and friends, among
those iresent wen thi two grandmothers, Mrs.
\'' 1 Gnusten and Mrs. Belle Baskin; daughter
\ 1.! h h nd, Joseph 11 a> Idson, who
in rom Bosl >n; and son Mar.- S n
Johnny, an ichthyo. 1 -' senl greetings b) tele-
i \~ usual, friends Mr, and Mrs.
Bernard White flew in from Washington. Mr,
and Mrs B Mrs. Guida Rubin, Dr.
and I I Yesner, Mr in l Mrs Mel
Sen nd Mrs. Alfred Stoi .. Mi in I
Mrs .1 Ki 1 fel nd M ai d Mi Sidncj
1; ijs rno so present. A seei
Mirtin S n Mi ind Mrs
Mrs. Henrj ncik, Mi
Mi E !a ird
Con 11. Mi Mrs II irrj S Mi an 1
Max Ti
HER S.MII.K I.K.ilTI l I P
THE : <>M MM r.l.l U HOTEL
M na Simon I
one Her
and Mrs. and M I
if. v .
-, Detroit
Fonts
1
ones in college and the one still in In.:
(Dendy GlueckauH wi ent, as well as her
brother, Harold Kramer, and sister, Mrs. Ann
R senbaum, who flew in from Ne York for
tin occasion Minna, in a gold dress, sparkled
all pink and white against a background of red
s and pink carnations even her white hair
was shining Everybody was so gay and happy
that thej bubbled like champagne as the) sang,
"Happ) 80th Birthda) to V
\ sim< 11 \
\ recent dinner in St Louis, Mo., brought a
lot of pleasure t.> some Miami ns When the
Z.O.A paid tribute to Louis [. Goodman, the old-
est living and still active Zionist in that area at
85, nothing could keep his sisters Esther and
Lillian I iwaj 1 hi 5 m re pi mnii
tr> to persuade him to rome to Miami to -
Pesach with them and vacation awhile.
WOl'LD VOI m:i.n:\ 1 ;-.'
Ida iMrs Mikei F01 fabulous
Pai enl W ;-end ith hei n J at 1 ioi
Ti a in Atl n to Bost 1
How m in) 1 -y< 11 Id iris have dreamed ol
nod on an island with a handsome
in W 'II. Id 'l th< 800 sh
men sh < maroont I with weren't young and
th e wi just al t 10 of them
7 t. 1 las m irooned e\ n
1 ':>. Si nd, no pi
buses 1 she was born in
\ ii nee u ith
nd si M 11 i hurricane 1
it ..II like
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( lamp Ocala Lists Activities Kor [5th Summer Season
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G igain i* available at
. on b private piti h-and-
itt rours h ith reg ilar pla) on a
ni arb) prot ssional golf count
ners also leai n di
rreiitive arts and crafts, juijitsu,
Iwot king, ceramics and danc-
ing In tiit evenings, there are
niO\ i'-s and m lem i
ir side-trips are taken
in such Florida attractions b Six-
i. .: Ti n itorj an I Caj Ki i i dj 's
Port.
'
to i amping. This is I
iqi "Kelch-Up Klinic" which
offers daily indi\ id talized Ii struc-
igstcrs in n adii
.....isii il insti umi nts
Mit/\ ah instruct ii n
Fi.'in waii r safety classi
Fl i i Sei \ i,, s ( "amp
i 'i ala offei s youngsl rs a full
range ol ai 11\ ities, classes nnd
training The tamp, which main-
tains year-round i ffiees at 1 151 N
Bayshore I >i Miami, is the annual
sit.- ol the Ami 11, an Red C
Aquatic School and is a membi r
ni the American Camping Associa-
tion.
I m i ri.ii s ,,i the i amp, who
founded it and have directed ii for
15 const cutive ; u ire Di Thi o-
dore Struhl, Frankii ai d
Mill" i Maim- i.i onard Wollman
Robert II Wollman The Woll-
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hi t :u I ladi i '.i > publii si in mi
t< m, the Millers ai p long-1 in i
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STUDIO APARTMENTS
1 BEDROOM -1 BATH APTS.
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$14,590 TO $23,990
Total Monthly $11 B^
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FURNISHED MOOELS OPEN 10 A M.-5 P.M.
JUNE .969 OCCUPANCY
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Kitchens by -f+crtpcrvnJb
3 BLOCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLVO. N.E. 126th ST.
Plaa.e Send Free Color Brock*'*
CORONADO TOWERS
1475 N.E. I25'h Tenoce. N. Miomi, Flo,
Nome -----------------------------
Electric rates
have gone down
eleven times
since 1957?
p \nJ your home is
led with liht Tw i:
And your laundrv gets
washed while you Jo the
shopping Clicl And stars
ol 'Ik- entertainment
come into the room
in full color
I odaj. we reh on electrk I
much, and have it so
readih ai cur fingerl p? i
we vdtn foi >w mira<
:t all would na\ e seemed a lew
generations ago And we si
know whal .1 gn 1 rgain
flameless electrii p ally
in these n I 11 ionan 1
I he average pi
hour paid by l;PL-scrved
is one-third less
than it was in 1957!
No wonder, then, that you
use electricity so much Its the
irgain in youi
Snap it up'
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Zip.
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Friday, April
1369
Bab MifyucUt
Robin Dronsky Jeffrey Sherrin
KOlilN DRONSKY
Robin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Dronsky, will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening, April 11.
at Temple Or Olom.
Robin is president of the math
club at West Miami Junior Hij;h
School, where she is in the seventh
grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Dronsky will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services anil hold a skating party
for Robin and her friends Satur-
day evening.
Among the guests wlil be Robin's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Davidowitz. and her great-aunt
and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. William
Cooper, of Wilmington, Del.
*
STEVE BOBF.S
Steve, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bobes. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning. April 12.
Steve attends West Miami Jun- .
ior High School, where he is in the
X venth grade.
The Kiddush at the conclusion of i
the service! Saturday morning will
be hosted by stevi s parents, who
have planned a reception Saturday
afternoon in his honor.
Among the honored musts will
N the celebrant's maternal grand-
Iher, Mrs i,ia Huhin.
JEFFREY SHERRIN
Ji ffrey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
on Sherrin, will observe his
Mitzvah Saturday morning.
April 12, at Beth Torah Synagogue,
Ji ffrey has beei attendii .
rold Wolk !: ligious s ol for
more than foui y< an and will con-
le his studies and enter the
nfirmation i 'lass a 1970
set \u g, relatives
friei \t will attend a Kid I ah
i will bi held in .' ffre; -
in ir.
*
LARRY FISHER
Larry, the son of Mr. and Mrs
nard Fisher, will bi c mi Bar
vati Sat:,: lay mornii
12 at Temple Or Olom.
A form Boj S. out, Larry is a
student at West Miami Junior
- m School, where he is in the
seventh gradi
Ji ffrey's parents will host the
Kiddush Saturday, and a reception
honoring the celebrant will be held
Saturday afternoon at hi- home
Among the honored guests will
bi Larry's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Fisher, of Cordele, 11
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rappaport
DONNA W.XI.risii
Donna, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Martin Walfish, will observe
her Has Mitzvah Friday evening,
Apr. 11. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
a M \i nth grade student at John
F Kennedy Junior High School.
the celebrant has attended the
Harold Wolk Religious School for
five years. She will continue with
hi r studies and enter the Confir-
mation Class of 1970.
A dinner in Donna's honor will
be given at her home Saturday
evening.
STEVEN BLONDE
Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Blonde, will be Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, April 12. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Steven, who has been a student
at Harold Wolk Religious School
for several years, will continue his
study, entering the Confirmation
Class of 1970.
Following the services Saturday
morning, a Kiddush will be held in
honor of the celebrant.
JEFFREY SHKRRIN
Jeffrey Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Sherrin, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday morning, April 12.
A student at John F Kennedy
Junior High School. Jeffrey has
attended the Harold Wolk Relig-
ious School at Beth Torah and will
continue his studies, entering the
Confirmation Class of 1970.
A Kiddush in Jeffrey's honor will
follow the services, ami a celebra-
tion will take place at his home.
At lending the festivities will be
Jeffrey's maternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Susskyn of
Miami.
*
NF.II. ROSENKRANZ
Saturday morning, April 12. Neil
Rlliot, son ol Mr. and Mrs Charles
Rosenkranz, xo;o Hawthorne Avi
will be Bar Mitzvah in the mam
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamld,
A rtudi i of Nautilus Junior
High Seh.m". Neil attends Temple
Ner Tamul Religio is School and
acts as Junior Cantor in the Youth
Si I \ ici s He is a member of the
Temple Nor 'Ian.id Junior Choir,
and has received an award for be-
the most progressive student
in Hebrew and won an American
i.i gion scholastic achievement
award.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, anl a reception will Ih held in
honor of the celebrant Saturday
vei ing in the Napoleon Room of
the Deauvillc Hotel.
G ii sts will include Neil's grand-
mother, Mis. Rose Sugerman, his
-1 andfathi r, Louis Rosenkranz of
.'Lami Beach; his sister, Linda Ro-
senkranz and Dr. and Mrs. H.man
Rosi nkranz, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
Rosenkranz, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Rosenkranz, Mis Esta I Isen, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Kapell and Mr. and
I Mrs Joe Sugerman.
Posh High Rise
Condominium In
Hollywood Beach
Oceanfront living, with all it af-
fords those privilege d to i njov such
a relaxed, care-free atmosohere, iv
just one ol the many features of-
fend by the Edgewater Beach
Tow. is. Ix ing built on the beach
at Arizona and Taylor Streets, in
Holl .wood B< ach.
Each floor of the eautiful 12-
story building has just six spacious
apartment suites, aid each suite
has its own 24-foot private b rrace
overlookinn the oci an, and its own
Carrier central air-eonditioning
and in at. Tin re are ample pre-
wired TV and phone outlets, large.
lighted walk-in closets, and wall-
to-wall carpeting is available in
your choice ot colors.
The all-electric "eat-in" kitchen
is equipped with Frigidaire appli-
ances twin 30" ovens, fraat-free
refrigerator- freezer, dishwasher
and food waste disposal and mica
custom cabinets, luminous ceilings
and vinyl flixirs. Both kitchens and
bathrooms have windows, and the
ceramic-tiled bathrooms also have
luminous ceilings and infra-red
heat lamps.
Recreation facilities include a
completely terraced roof garden
containing a king-size heated iool.
saunas, health spa. showers, sun
deck, patio and barbecue facilities.
Another sun deck, lounges and
shuffleboard will be located on the
third floor, facing the ocean.
Two levels of enclosed garage
parking will lie available and the
latest electronic closed-circuit TV
system and intercom, connected to
each apartment, will be in effect
for security jHirposes.
The Kdgewater Beach Towers
sales office is on A-l-A at Taylor
St.. just three blocks north of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel. Hours are
from 10 a.m. to 5:.'fc> p.m. daily.
LEASE 1969
CHEVROLET
INCLUDES:
lift CONDITIONING
POWER STEERING
AUTOMATIC T?ADMIS-
SION, RADIO 4 HEATER.
MSNMRCE Ml SERVICE. Tail INCLUIEI IT MIITIMM. aw.
CADILLACS ALSO AVAILABLE
ML 758-0592
SiisMimiii Reelected
C of (] President
Jerry Sussman, executive direc-
tor of the Carillon Hotel, has ix-en
elected president Ol the Miami
Beach Chamber ol Commerce for
the second consecutive year.
Chosen to serve with Sussman
were vice presidents I.. Jules Ar-
kin, organization development:
R. M Gilstrap. public affairs; Mor-
ris Lapklus, community develop-
ment; James .1 McDonnell, tour-
ism: and Harry B Smith, govern-
mental affairs.
David Fenton was reelected
treasurer. Leonard A. iDoci Baker
has been api>ointed general man-
ager and secretary for the 11th
year in succession.
Governors elected to three-year
terms on tin board wen Walter
Kaplan. Vic Leonard, Lapidus, Mc-
Donnell and Smith; for one-year
terms. Paul K Bell, C. I. Clements
Insurance Agency: Ben Kline. In-
vestments; Leon Manne, Mann- ,
craft; Karl Pertnoy. Haron's Slack
Bar; Sam Seltzer. Investments:
and Edward P. Thai. Bumng the
Florist.
The Chamber's executive com-
mittee comprises all the officers.
Baker and trustees chuck Gold-
berg and Leon McAskill, a Cham-
bet i ast president.

THIS TIME.
ELECT THE
RIGHT MAN
Paul Adelsteui-the ot
North Miami Beach counciln-.an
not to seek re-election in the
upcoming city elections-*
today that lie would supp
tierald Berkell for mayor.
Ihe popular Adelstein. i
assistant economics professor it
Miami-Dade Junior Colle.:-
surprised many by deciding r jt
to seek re-election. He said at
time that concern for the welfare
of his family was the decidii i
iactor. Adelstein had he-
considered one of t' -
outstanding leaders on the
Council and had been at od :i
with Mayor Bill McDonald over i
number of issues which he u
had been sidetracked because
"petty bickering."
"I like the way Mr. Beike
has discussed the issues in the
campaign. He is the type i
r lividual who would be ahle I
get along with his fallow
councilmen and guide then
without antagonisnv-at has be:
the case the past few years. I
think it's time we had a mayor
who would abide by the
decisions of the majority, ever, if
Jie might be on the minority siue.
I think Gerald Heikeli can
provide the leadership to have a
working council-one that would
the dignity of the city."
North Miami Beach s
[liiggest Business is
CITY GOVERNMENT.
Elect a BUSINESSMAN!
HEADQUARTERS
2268 N.E. 174th St.
PHONE:
947-2021
949-5948
DAVE

LAPHA
for MA Y0R
HOLIDAY 8945 N.W. 7th AVENUE
~ ^
BATTERY TROUBLE?
TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SERVICE
12600 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE 891-9187
I'LL SERVE YOU WELL
ELECT JERRY
CAVELL
COUNCILMAN NORTH MIAMI BEACH
CIVIC LEADER
BUSINESS EXECUTIVE
EMDOtSEO BY:
NORTH DADI CHAPTER OF AMERICAN F10IRATI0N OF
SENIOR CITIZENS.
DAM COUNTY FEDERATION OF LABOR, AF .1 I CO
HIGHLANDS VILLAGE CIVIC ASS0C.
A FIGHTER FOR RIGHT" GROUP 7-LEVER 30A


[dcy. April 11. 1969
fJenist Fhrktiar)
Paere 13-B
.
i.-
ray Gilman Is Named By Elks
I

H. g I adpr
iI ctcd
IrfVf Stor. Mi li:,
. !..' .. I fare proi i
i rul;t the n< dy li i
|i
cted S : ai ry Kim-
! ighl; 'I' i!
stet m I Loyal Knight;
I :
t; Jol I "; i y asun r;
S a i en I i... II nrj
i. ih i in!iin;it forum;
til i. Joseph Schmicr,
i; S irtz, chaplain;
i'. : a inm r guard;
ya -." assistant li i
i Bol N'af i, organist; Irvii
in. I. squire
lo the Board of Trusti -
ere J *eph .' Drucki r PER, 5
ars; '!; B rnard, 1 yi ai -;
i, Qton -' II t PER, : years;
m\ f>].....r PI-'R. 2 years, and
rlneent J. Toscano PER, 1 year.
The 'c' installation <>f officers
'v.-i- t takr iHoee Thurs.lav eve-
nm' at the ai"bho>tse. Tbo public ;
inst il'atimi voill h i" thi* Deauville
Hot i Sntiirdav night.
1 '-" distril

1 i
m W I'a.-k j*tWuh..i,
' Utl EBvvaio"
' -f,anl '
" SamTTnTTI flf gimon
.' Wil
Rumania Balks At
Anti-Israel Stand
LONDON [JTAi Run
i nit'on
that si -'i,i- lip] natic i
' ''!-;. refu d '
So' iet-hp ; -in,:. -,i ,..
i'i m! Ih -i in Mos
' r indonane i fsi iel for a\
on aga tut th Arabs in the '1 d-
. ..
The re* ': \ > |; ntl icked
Wesi l: "-.n.-'-v ||..... ,-..
:i '' | "ne i-Vn i fore
-' in >> !r "'p iti'"; .(! th
L'.S. for "a jgre si i a a st Viet-
Mon than 50 baskets containing a word
" 1 )-..i|- |.t <-,. <-r n..t j,, ,,,.,.
.,,-t ,,' l-,.-,.,"rl< ilv.f \\V !',"-
ivny abolish t'i" statute :' liptil i-
t'nns on ir crt">e< pre<^y[tion<
b h p'.i ..ffort at thA en '
I ** t'>j< v-- -"'! atta^kttd US. i
'Vietnam. P.'it.ln* rc'iisal to saj
vaal.
,,.,.,.,-f
U-M Hille! Hoard
To Install Slate
Hillel a Ivisory Board of
imi trill
al \hh Hill. 1
'!"- 1100 kltllei Di (Mini G i-
' '* i rhursda; A| i II IT.
Charl ih,. out
i'i' hi will be hon ired I n his
Mm i- on b hall of H
Alfn 'l Go'd n, who is to i in-
stalli d as the [dent has
served in man;, i ties on the
natioi al I v I ol B'nai B'rith and
the Anti-11 famation U bs*up An
ki .nine ol Riverside Memorial
Chan. I, he -. rves as state chair-
man of Hillel and is on the i v cu-
tive committ. e ol the Florida R -
gional Anti-1 lefamation League, as
well ;>s on th national Civil Rights
International Affairs commit-
-
Participating in the program
will he State Attorney Richard
<; rsti in, Miami B. ach Councilman
Paul Si iderman, who is incoming
president <>f District 5, B'nai B'rith,
and George Talianoff, attorney and
community leader.
Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz, former-
l" of the University nf Florida, is
thi- director of Hillel House, which
serves more than 3.000 Jewish stu-
dents at the University of Miami.


Obituaries
ALBlMv Beiiliiivtn. T'.'. 17:':. Marwillf
I'i Sj'ltU *"1,ftB*|i"' 77.1 AI.Im.ii Ai.
ENGlE, Robert; "-7 Collins Ave .
M II ? [FINVEB. AHrtll M !' V K l7lh
l*.veri"i.l.'
IKARGER. Max SO, IS.i N K liKih
si m m H tlonton
IEWMAN. Kr-.| 77, la'.:. Utli Ter .
M li K>rT1nV
IEICH. Dvelyn, k<, SOS Venetian Way
Rl< r Id*
IIVKIN, o|K, |S, 74.' ISth St, Mil
Ki rvt,l-
ieqel. Arnold 47. S3S N E. Mth 81
lltlvir-i,!..
JTER, K.H.- M Ml S Mill, r.-t
[I II..IK .....I pt\ eralde
l^MON, Aba, Ti. '..7m N W. l"inii
Rjvaralde
tSAFT. I^iui- ".: SSOO s W 104lth
I-, fjordoji
iNEKER. Ch.i.l.s. ".J. 1K74" N K
lri*t Stnntti M'umi Funeral Home
N HOUSE Hum. ;. S9'_'7 N
Met ...an A\ Mil lilasl.i'rs In-
termt X.-1...
FALLER. l..-nr..,l,l sn. .;,-, .\,lii.
|V< M I! Hiv. iM.lr
lANrmC" <..., -, nfi.i Wenl
M n Rival
fENBLEETM. Myron l.. 81
~l'ur. Via J{|\iti.|iIi- Intrrnii-nt
Ir nt l>i\ m1
VARTZ. .1.1...I, \V 7:1 441 .
l verxlde
-DER, Mprtni I. :i. s W ''hi
Rlverakle tntenn' it vi 8'nnl
Icker, ii > ii 7. ': i v i:
f> \ortl Miami Funeral Cha-
lliii< rmi "i I akealde
)N. Iirlan T Infant. 151." S E
KI N M ..in li',-' .....
iGER. TIiit,-. 71 1611 S W 16th
N'ei'. n i
>HT. Jerry 7". fill Mian
nr., N ."l '' Riverside Inler-
f i al Mite
ll"i s. .'ii'iu- "i .', R> roti v-
I. Interment B
C>;i\ id.
>:.:
NEWMAN. .iUrk. 7'V 231 SStB St..
M I! Illadertf
ORANGE llm_N Y C. H|vei-r| . SCHOLSSESt. WniiAi. n ."'40 polllna
\v,' \t R lll.i-l.^ii;
TARRIFF. .tnKtfn, J-,. IMS B.Wi ISth
Si i;..r,'.. -
WATERMAN. Una S3, 7:.:.:i Bounty
Ai.-. North Bay Vlllaa* Rlveralde
Itttermen* Star nf I'i Id
BROUNSTEIN. Tlirlma. S7. 7M1 N W
loth Si Nnnh Miami Kuurral Cha-
nel lni*-rm.'ni 1 akealde
jCOOPERMAt4 Eva. ill". Ku. lit) Ave..
M H Rlvaratde, lni-mint Lalcaalde
I fox. owar. 74. i:i".i Collins Ave.,
M n lllastarK
HARRIS. ll.nJumWi. SS, 5J38 S\V 4th
SI Qordoni Inl,.'rnivni Mi N.'l.
LEVY. Ilyman. 7S. 104 Dllott 1*1 .
Itrnnx. N Y. lordaQ,
oka. Samuel. TS IS7! Iferidlan Ave.,
M li Rlveralde Interment Mt. Nebo.
PITZELE. Sarah, s^. 110 l'7tli St .
M M Rlverafite
SALZMAN. K-i.T, >:. IS01 t-onnox
Ave. M.B Brveralde rnlerme.nl Mt
Sinai
TEPLITSKY. Max. 7!'. Miami Beaeh
Rlveralde
Zwanziger. Bernard *7, ISM Col-
lins Ava M.n Rlvaratde
IRVING. Sol, 71 1441 Uncoltl IM
m li Rlveralde
MARKS. Y.'t.-i. 71. :.-". W 47th SI .
M 14 Blaaberg
MESHON, Benjamin, St, ^'. Cnlllm
Ai. M i: Rlv. t di
SANTINO. Rose, 71, 6918 Baj I>r
|{u, i a.
SCHULTZ. Joaeph 67 10185 Colllnn
Ave M It Uordon inlermenl Star
.,; David
GRASS. Nathan, 76, I64M Penney!-
> anla An Rh .i aldi Intel mi nl
Mi N.I,,,
kronenfeld. Malvina, 71 Gordon
li i. t in, li I Nil N.-|..i
WOLPE. Jullua, 7s 25 i Colllni Ave.,
M II Rlveralde
LEGAL NOTICE
20?... WE DIG YOU!
30?... WE LIKE YOU!
40?... WE ADMIRE YOU!
50?... WE RESPECT YOU!
But if you're 60
WEIL GIVE YOU A
FREE
Checking Account
e NO MINIMUM BALANCE
e NO SERVICE CHARGE
a MONTHLY
STATEMENT
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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9500 Sir Hirbor Terrxt Raj Hubor uund.
(last OH Kint Concoulirl 166 tlii
MOM'S N, 8S0AD -
* Chaiimaii ot the toare y\a fresidaot
For Your Consideration
The Star of David Mausoleum
ym eacroa1 aWy ta
*. tHHjt h) fMaaratt* a* a
^W9 OQ#^8T 4| 8)r# rVO ft 4H n99w ^9 aMSI W9^^^
8KJ lard***, aarpatoally ataialaia^ a*
HOLLYWOOD
ate. m Winuflea viltoal Mifila a>
to Star el to* kUastieam.
WlnlS ......a...a>aaaaaaa"*
on i sim.....................
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kUlt TV
MEMORIAL GARDENS WiTV00, MMoiuu mf -n
CEMETEKY, INC. to. Mtk An. at left toHjaaai. f> >> ^-3*
_______________H. ato> Atra. m Tt8 | ,,..-- *
True Sisters S<-t
Donor Luncheon
The 'i itod I irrlpr of 1 Sisti rs
will hpM \u
|1 .;' >ti \\ i ... th" i"
i Hotel.
,'n n Trav i president
\\n< announci .1 n. ill
the results of 1 ; ar's
fund-raising 11 forts
or C inii it ari i.. Chil-
. I tal.
Part '.i ,'i national servici oi
ablished ii N ^
Citj 6 the United lei
True Sisters in Florid i is enrolled-
l. in j i ai -i in.ini voluntet r oi k
i !'.- spitals as Variet; Cedars
'. I inon, Mount Sinai, and the
American Cancer Ass iation.
Mrs. Traven has oppi iint< >l Mrs,
Lo i- Gillman and Mrs Barehan
as cochairmen of the event, Gursl
ui honor will lx' Gerard \v Fraw-
ley, executive director ol Varii i>
Children's Hospital.
Last year the True Sisters d .
natni a Magna Scanner, a highly
sophisticated X-ray-like machine,
costing Slfi.ooo. to Variety for us.'
iti detecting cancer eells.
Harry H. Cohen Post
A regular meeting of tin1 Harry
H. Cohen Jewish' War Veterans
Post and Auxiliary No. 723 was to
he held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Surfside Center.
notice under
fictitious name law
N'hTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underataVnad, dealiina t.> aniuajre In
bualneaa under the flrtltloua name "f
/.IMA RBCORD8. Intend* to recleter
sai.l imme with the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit i'ourt >>f Daile County, Florida.
kaktoi^i itonumrra
1413 N W*. l.ith Tar.
Miami. KL.ri.la
4/11-18-25 :,/'-'
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NORTH
MIAMI
FUNERAL
CHAPEL
SONNY LEVITT
Director
StRVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
13315 West Dixie Highway
Phone: 757 5705
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Member;
Nation** r uuerat
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| Mion.i't Only Strictly Jc-wlih
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Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARI
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LICAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,; IS HEREBY til YEN II
i .'. : il desiring In ngage
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l:\i MSAV INTBKNATIOXAI.
OUTERS EXPORTERS hi 706
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fllM.TASAH DIAZ SANTA LI .A
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX OEEO
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File NO. 68-A-1508
ITICE IS HEREBY CJIVE.N thai
IllMAN .\l< >8H holder of Count) l -\
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,i u of June. A I' 1966, ha* filed
in my offli -. and haa made
in for ; tai .i.i d to tw li mji .i
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following described proper!)
Count) of Dade, Ktati : I .
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K H I.KATIIER.M VN.
Clerk of ctr.uit t'ourl,
I Had.- County, Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
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'And Morris, be sure to ask the Pope
where he gets his yarmulkes."
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
)F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 63-6836
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Attorney ANtlBLO \ t I I
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Hill i.f Complaint
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E Ii I.EATHHHMAN.
A. Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By MAROI'ERITE KBNT
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File No 68 A-1531
TICK IS HKRKHY tJIVBN II
ITSSK.V holder of Cvunti T-m
Certlflcali No -.741 i--u.il the
iv f June, A l> i;; nun fii.-i
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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OTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-5407
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ISM W.l. N'A l: AN.In
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office .-I ihi 'I. rk Ih. Circuit
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May, ''"' if you fail to do >,,. ju.lt-
m.ni l.y default will I., 'ak.ii aRainxt
you for 'In relief demanded In the
Hill of -ITl|.|.i I '
Tin- noli... shall I..- published on, c
each week f.-r four cotinei-utlvr n..;.s
in tub .n:\visn ki i 'i:n>i w
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, tin.. 1st dav of April A I>
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E H I.BATHBRMAN, Clerk,
fir. uit Court, Dade County, Klorida
By: c I" ci'l'Bl.ANii
|i.-nui> Clerk
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Mi.inn. Klorida : '
Attorn. > for Plaintiff
A I -11 -1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No S930r6
SUIT FOR DIVORCL
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Ti i;i> |R!E WHITTLE
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Y..u : i;. iROE Wll nil i: in here.
- fled that a Hill oi Complain!
for Dlvorci h.- been filed hkhIisI
u you .ir- r. quired t<> s. (v. a
P) i -. -ur \ ii u. i- or PleadhiK lo
ih. Hill ul i'.iiiiiUIm on th.. plaln-
iii- Attorney, \ \ < \ A I.I. 611
Alnaley Buildinir. Miami. Florida, and
: ihe oi innal Anav er ..r l'i. adli u
a. -I.. .-!" .I th. Clerk of th.- Cir-
cuit Court on or before the -Mh day
..f April. IDG9 U you fall lo il.. s..
judsmenl b) default will t.,;..:i
HRainxl Mu tor th. r. ii. i demanded
in th.* Hill of Complaint.
Thi* noiii-.- shall h.- published on* o
each week fo four uonaecutive weeks
:i THE JEWISH KM Xtll'l A N
WINK AND tiHDKHKIi ..I Miami.
Klorida, ihi Mih day of March A.D
ltil
B. H. i.BATHBR.MAN.
Am I >rk, Cirruil Court
Dade County. Florida.
By: N A. HEWBTT
A- Deputy Clerk
iCirruit Court Si all
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'II Ain^ley lluilihriir.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82682- B
In RE: IM.it. ..:
MAi:i'\ I' IIKSSI.I.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i r.do.as a.id All PcrwniH II.iv-
Ina I'lainis or I', man.Is At.mist Said
IM.i-.
Vou ar.- hereby notified and re .-i '.. present any .-laiins ami demandu
which vmi mav have npatnsl Ihi
tat. of MARcv i' ii i:sski. .ii..-.is. ,i
tat. of Bade County, Florida, t.. the
County .ludi-i oi |i;oh Count)', and
fli- ih. Kame in duplicate and as iro-
vid.d in Section 733.lti, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offii-i s in in- County
CourlhuuHP m 11...I. County, Floi
within -iv catemlar months from th.
'mi. nf th. fil -t puhlii in.m h-r.-oi'.
or ih. -..in. v. .ii he barn d
l I a' .Miami. Florida, 'I
llll) "f Mar.-h. A l> l'..;'i
REBECCA i; HBSSKI.. a k I
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ih. Iih dav of April 1969
FRO.MRKRO, FRO.MIIERO
.v. Rl 'TH. P A
Hv LYNN IK' MBKRO
A tf.-i n.ys for Ex< cut rlx
; M-HW Hi-. .i> n. ni.lir Jllnml, Fla.
4 4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 82856-A
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
In UK Rotate of
ADELINE R l.i:\ V
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All IVrHonn II.n
In* Chums or Demand) k.nii'i Said
Kstal-:
You .it-i hereby notified and r.--
riulred to pr.-s.-ni Hnj ,,,. ,,.,| i,
mauds- hi. | > ii m ii h re acnint
Ih. ADELINE R. LEW
ih-.-.as.d late ..i Dude Counlv. Floridii
10 thi County Jud|fc< of Dude County
and file i hi .1 .-
provided In Scctln 16 Florida
Statute*, in th. n 'he I ''. 'v
'"ii1" u. i Dade County, Florida
within six .1- n.i.ii in..mils from the
time of ih.- fir-i publication hereof,
or th. name will I., barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thin u7th
dav o| Mar. h. A I I 169
III ISA! IND I I BVY
DAVID A LEVY
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ihi :'Mh da) nl Man h
11 \ IH HI' M 111 FAS
Allorni v for Estate of
ADELINE R l RVY
I... s !:. .-ml Street
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 69-4649
SUIT FO RDIVORCE
AN I'll' INY ZA.M'.I.A.
Plaintiff,
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I" M VRY ANNE Xam;i.a
': Avenue
1 Flunhing, N'.-vv ^'ork
Vou, MARY ANNE ZANGI v
hei i.v noi Ified thai a Hill .! i "om-
lilainl for I livorce ha- bi en filed
aK.ini-i vou. and you are required t..
nerve .i cop) of v..ur Anawer or Plead-
ing to th.- Bill ol fomplainl on the
Plaintiff'M attorney, MARVIN WEIN
STEIN, :'.".'i Lincoln It..ad. Miami
Beach, I'L.i nlii 33119 and file the
Klnal An-vv.-r or Pleading in tin- "I-
of th- Clerk of Ih.- Circuit Court on
or before tin- 32rl da) of April, i-i;'.
If vou fail to do m.. ludgmenl by d.
fault will )..- takon agalnal you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
' 'omplaint.
'I'l- noti. shall be publiahl i
each week for four ronaecutive w.. i\-
in TMK JEWISH FIjDRIDIAN.
DONE AND fRDERBD at Miami.
Florida, tl-.is roll .lav of March A I>
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i: I'. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk,
Clr.-ull 'ourt, I '...I. Counl; Florida
B) I. SNBBDEN I' put) '! rk
I' 'ir- uit i 'ourt S. .il i
MA RVIN u EINSTEIN
:::." Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorn, v :..i Plaintiff
?. SUSS I 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82581-C
In III-: Batate of
.MAX Si'lll I'llAI.'I'HI:
I......-..i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credllori. and All Perxonn Hav.
I'l.nnis or Demands Againul -
I. ite:
You ar.- hereby notified aid requir-
ed i.. pros.ni any .laiins nm demandn
whi.'h v-'U in.iv h.i\. against th.- .--
a MAX SCHCCHAI.TBR ,|.,.-.,.-
...I late of Dade county, Florida, to
ih.- County Judge* of Dadr County,
til- th.- name in dupli. ai. and a-
pi .. i.i. -I n. S....... 73.1 H Floi .la
St..tut--, in M in Hi. County
Courthouse in 1'.id.- County, Florida.
within -iv l.u months from Ihe
nm.- of tin- fust publication lien
... ihi -i. in-- ill hi l..,i
Dated at Miami. Florida, da) oi March, a I'
' ISCAR S'liri.TZ
\- Kv. n-
Kirst puhlii at ami of tli; -
! .1 iv f Mai. h. 1969
CHARM ITTE J RARK VN KSg
A t torn. > for HTX.K'Utor
1111 Ain-1. v |lu
Miami. Florida
Ti : '7: .664
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TH I-: i- ili-:i:i-:i-.v isi\ i-;\ i
Hi. innI. rsiiin.-d. ,1. driilR In i
husiiii-s- ui d. r the I i
c< IRAL W'l VI ii ,\ CLEANINO I
MAINTENA Vi i: COMPANY ill p
Box 104 .. Coral laid) Floi idn
t.ll.ls to I i ., Id am.-
i i "lerk of ihe i '.i uit "oui' id I'
Cu'itv Florida.
ROBERT F FINK
JOEL I-: rifiLDSTEIN
Ji ISEPH 'I I'ol'XO
A t torney for
R" IREHT K FINK
J< lEI. E <> il.DSTEIN
:: -j. i i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vi ith 'i: is HERBm ;i\ EN i
ih. underaigned, dealrlng to
i-u -- under th.- flctlI li-n
BLI.Ii ITT '' '' 'HK.v. m n ai i
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. I'l
i name with the Clerk nl th.- Cir<
Court oi 11 ui.- County i :
El.1.1' 'TT '' illKV vi I i I
'.- \i. r--! V ,1,.
Miami Bench, l-'l. r da
SPARBBR A. Rl 'SKIN l- A
Attorn, v s for
BLI.Ii 'TT i' i 'i 'HEX, M D PA
I'll .V l:--. ,,i,,. Blvd.
Miami. Florida :_
:: ji :- : i
\
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREIIY fllVBN I
ih.- um'I-i-sIr li Irhig In .-i gage
Iiumiii ss under thi fictii u
SYLVAN SCIHiTX.. M !> ill ]..- d.
dian Avenue. Miami Beach, Floril.
13139 hi. ids p. r. i;ist.-i s.ni
. w ith th. 'lerk of the Circu
, ..r I -.i.i. i 'ounty, Florida
SYI.V \ V Silli.TZ, M D.. P A
1680 Meridian Avenue
Mi:,mi Bench, Florldi
SPARBKR A R( ISKIN I' \
Atti -nil v for
SYLVAN Si II' ItKI V |l r.lvd
Mi.iin Floi
:: .s l/i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HI YEN "
ih.- uii'l. r-.k- in d, <|. [ring '"
in buaini -s uml.-r th.- fictittoui
I' BARBETE INTBRUR at
Sth Street, Ml ml Fli i
t" regifli-i mi .1 ame nh lln I'
"f tin ii uit I -,.urt of Piidi i ir
da.
MF.ili 'El -I's \|i i\i|'i i
i N.M -i Streel
Florida
.. ._,, _._,y |
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-4662
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LYDIA VAN DVCK MESA,
Plaintiff,
VS
PAItl.O E MESA,
I i. '. inlant
!'' r\i!l." E MESA
: lakdnle Avei ue
I '111. ac. Illinois
You, I'AI'.I.' i E MESA .... hen bj
1 that II Hill 'omplninl for
Divorce ha- bei filed iigainul v nu,
and you -- '..in red lo Nerve .i copy
of your Anawer or Pleading to ih.-
Hill of Ciinuilalnl i
attor.i. v. LESTER
'.'.' V \V Mlh S"
th.
..r I'l. ading in
III. I'!.,||,Illf.
Rl IERS ITS'.' .
I, Miami. Florida
original Anawer
r ihe Cli ...
,,-, ,,|- 1..
. i u C ir on I., f.-r. the
_'Mh dav of April, i'v ii f.nl to
>i. --. iudi mi i b) d. t..ult w ill be
taken ngaitiHi you foi ti n
mantled in tin i .....
Tin- notici Ubll I" d once
each wet k for foui ecutlvi
in THE JEW ISH l-'l.' iRIDl W
DONE AND oliDBRED
Mai. h \ l'

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i uit I 'nurl Dnil 'unl v Fli
It) N \ HEWBTT
I '. put v '
M'ir lit 'ourl s. all
LESTER ROOI IIS
Miami. Fla
...... V \\ Mill St
1625
4 4 I I 1 -
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f.-i l.v. ul"i'
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h, Floi ui..
8 4.4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBIU-7HY CIVKN that
th.- nndendgined), aeatring to engagre
in bualnea* under the flctitinui name
of cl.KAN-ltlTi; at 7014 su v7ih
Av.-nu. Intenda lo regiater -..nl name
w nh th. Clerk of the fir uit i 'ourl
ol i Nidi i' -unt.v. Florida
It SILVIA
Sole Owi
' 1/4 il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi IT '!'. IS H I : 171 N l!l\ KN
d. I itgag<
ii under 'hi- flctitti
I Ulltll>A CITY Wll'i: I'l HI rSHIN JAMAL pUBLISHlNO COM-
PANY Fl "'Ml 'A FREE ENTER.
I :, Ml.V.MI FREE ENTBH
: UZBR MR< >W OlD FREE I \TER-
II v s 11 ki:i KJ I'KBSS al
; i i.v i i. v mplg ii'- Sta
noH with tin
i ], ,i. cin uit '"..ui t D| Dadi
Cunt
JERKY M LEW ITT
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-5365
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HICM.MIli ii. '.V'/.AI.ES,
Plaintiff
v s.
l.l't'V SANTOS OON2ALE8,
I ..fondant.
Ti' l.li'Y SANTOS C.f'NV.AI.KS.
./n Sola i Irtll
:i7i> Vergel Street
r R it s.n Joal,
Rin I'., draa, r It
You, l.l'CV SANTOS i'.i'VZ MI'S
are hereby notified that i Hip nf
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
aK&lnal you. and you an- required
to s.rv. ropy "f your Anawer or
Pleading to the inn of Complaint en
th.- Plaintiff* attorney, BERNARD
I! JAFFE, 612 Alnaley Building
Miami Florida 33132 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
.--'.....t Ihe ''lerk of Ihe Circuit
Curt on or before Ihe 9th da) of
May .....9 If you fall to d.....udg
m. nt l.v d. fault ill I-, laki n
v.ai r.i :h> relief di -n.i- ih d in the
Bill of CompU
Thii I i ; lied
. ai h v,. ;. for foui utlve wei k-
!i. THK JEM ISH Fl ORII
HONE \ vi. i iltOERBD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 69-4610
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, I.CIS II It" 'I RKll'EZ
j Indlvlduall) and a- guardian
- Ol A I.IN \ CKI.ASIA ICl IDRI'H'EZ
' CAItlK'NIM.I II m lor and I.II.IA
| TERESA DEJESI S IIODRIOCEZ
CARBONBLL
Plaintiff,
Vs
SEROII' l.l'IS
KOIIRI'IIK/. MA'IT"
|1. fend nit.
YOn, SBROIO I ris RODRKICEZ
MATT'', r.s.di n,. 9036 Ml Place
Apartment C3 Jamaica, 11436 New
York, are refiuired to file your answ-
er to ;h. eompiumi f.,r partition on
th.- real proper!} legally deacribed a-
l/.i 18. Bloi'k 1. LAWNVIBW
AMBNDBI) i record'"! In I'lat
Book :t, Page I'.t. l'uhh. Records.
I lade ''..imi v. Florida
with iin- clerk of tin- above court
and servi a mpj thereof upon. HER-
M \ V i 'i dl EN, BSy 1310-11 t
Bldg Miami. Floi Ida on oi bi
April 21, 1969 or else complaint will
hi lak. n .i d
Hated March 20.
I' B LEA TH BUM W
. "lerk oi thi Circuit t
It) M VRtl VRIT \ KBNT
- I I II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREIN HIVK.N tl
Ihe undi Kiied, dexiring gag.
I.UkIiii ks undei rictll n
AL'S A I Tl I Ol ASS ft LOCK
i registei
I >f the Circuit <
.a lln.li Counlv. Floi
II Mil.r.s XBCM \ v
...
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH;
ELEVENTH J U DIC I A L Cl RCU I T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-5249
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN MATTHEW RANDERSO.N
Plaii
V -
ELIZA VlnoFADDEN KANDERSON
|i. fendant
TO I'l 1/ v via. p.\r>DE.\
RANDERSON
Ri'sWIi .-. |"nki
1 -ii El IZA Ma. F VDDEN RA
DBRSi >N u-e hi : lo ii,.- .i. il thai
Hill "f '..iin.lain: i.,r Dlvnn i I -
*" '- filed agal -. -n .1 u
required in serve a con) nf vour \. -,
i '' I", ad......hi 'Ml of Cm
plaint oi the Plaintiffs ittoi
BI.ATT n I I'DELL i'l I nn...
Plaaa tVntet
and nil Ho or v ,.- p|,
I Ihe Clerk of II
Circuit Court
l.,v nl If you I -
rmi i i--. -i. -auit i- II In take
a ihi ...
Ihi Rill i omplaint
. '-..!l hi publishi .1 ni
each u k for foui i se.-u
PHK rBWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE VND ORDERED ul
Florida, Ihlf 29th da) nl Man I \
B II I BATHBRM \ V Cl
Circui' '' ni. i. nnii p
P) P COPBI VND
I teputy Clerk
H 'Ircull l 'ourl Seall
III \TT mid !-|i|-:i I.
I'll .in- Plaaa Center
Miami Fl.....I i
Utoi p; for Pla
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Slnrcl \ 1.
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i- n
Circu Con
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I1BRN VRD Ml i:
ding,

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Attorn, v for Plaint ift

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- OIVBN thai
. a ring to i ngagi In
III Ul inn .-l
II .-- I-'.MI'I IYMENT si'.i.v ICE ai
h. Florids
dd uam
k iH ih.- i i, iiii i 'nun oi l lade
Count; '
II \/.l'.l. SAl.TZ
i i.v ni r
3,21-26 4/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN C4HANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 69-5273
I'AltYV TUBES,
Plaintiff,
I ARRY i'MBit TREES.
Defends, it '
Ti i I ARRY <>\II-:k TREES
I.-.,, i X. -, v Crnni Apt.- No i
S* Rrenda Court
i li......ield Indiana 161 4"
You. 1 VRRY OMER TREES ..
hereh) notified thai a Hill of Con
plain! for Divorce has been flli
agalnal you, and vou are rant)
nerve .-< copy of vour Auswer
Pleading to the Hill of Contpls
Ihe Plalntlff'f attorney, VON '/. \ mi
ft SMITH. 1512 Capital HanV Build
inir. Miami, Florida 33133, and fil-
th.- orlgl lal \nswer or I'l.-.pl u
th.- nfflci .a the Clerk of the Circui
Court .....i before the l*th da)
Ma) 1969 If you fall lo do i
.
ii lemanded In tit
Rill ol '...... 1. ml.
shall he pul
. .i.-h v ii- utlvi
THE i EWISH Fl ORIIMAN
VND i iRDERED at
Ihis Jsih dav ,.i Mai .-li A i
K It I K\Tlli:i.M w Clerk
ii" i "ourt, I ladi Count) I
l:v V A HEWBTT
I .. on-. I 'I, I
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V .N .v SMITH
Itank nidi:.
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Aiioi-ii.-v for Plaintiff
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