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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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April 24, 1970

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 24, 1970

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"Jewish Flomdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WMLY
Number 17
Miami. Florida Friday, April 24. 1970
TWO SECT10NS-Pr.ee 23c
isco Talks Improved
.S.-Israel Cooperation
Egyptian Bomber
Downed By Hawk
kRl'SALEM 'JTAi Top
[jrnmi nl officials reported
i on their talks
is \istant Secretary of
.! Sisco. but none
, were made avail-
tor publication. R'i>orts
by Premier Golda
I ign Minister Abba
Premier Yigal
Defense Minister
^ an.
- ti li \ ision inter-
over the weekend,
told the nation that
nil the c.s. diplomat
n it the possibilities
[ration between Isrw l
I .. n, although points
| : twecn them rc-
ban siid that Secre-
of Si tc William P. Rogers
come around to
.; w of Soviet in ten-
ds in | Midi asi. and noted
Mr. Rogers had remarked
mi!., thai Russia docs not
the area, but a
|i nsion." an expres-
: Eban himw If has
i in thi past.
Die Foreign Minister said Mr.
i brought "nothing new"
him from either Washing-
or tu.ro, u'icrc he stopped
lour davs before eoming to
hel. Egypt remains Intransi-
ni and (here is little hope that
Cairo will agree to reestablish
the eease-fire nor consider the
possibility of talks unless Israel
first withdraws from all occu-
pied territories, he said.
The latter condition is un-
acceotable to both Israel and
the United States, Mr Eban de-
clared, and does not conform to
the U.N. resolution governing
the international legal situation
in the area. Israeli newspapers,
summarizing the results of the
visit, said that all areas of dis-
agreement Ih tween Israel and
the I'nittd Stati remained the
sann as before except for the
acknowledgment of U.S. con-
cern over Israel's security.
leriran Tourists Hurt
Grenade Explosion
AVIV Three American
ai ong the 15 per-
i d in the i x itosion of
I gi i nade In the
i of Nablus, a town
t-cupied Jordan on
Tin Injured, -
flown by heli-
: i Hashomer Hospi-
l Aviv, wi re said to
i condition.
i i i< ans wore Syh la
: hi r s;ster. Kva La-
Vlassachusetts, and
in ol Illinois. Three
i rs who were wounded
la from West Qer-
South Africa, the re-
re said to be local
three of whom had re-
grati d from Chile.
nerican IS asi Party
tkes I /Veto Mame
IJTA) Frank
lidwesl coordinator
' hile Ami i ican N ./\
i li d the National
White People's Pan..
ci d ] lans to rail i
ih and factory work-
the world."
'''' Col in di eland the New
ilitant Students for a
lie Society, and SDS"
it Weathermen fac-
' w-run enemies of the
m inity."
ii' a federal judge up-
nn Arlington, Va., Circuit
barring the party's
- hool as the site for
oration of Hitler's birth-
said the neo-Nazis' ex-
f Jl us and Negroes
iko their use of the
i ilatkm of the federal
Act.
LI
k
In a dispatch from Cairo. New
York Times correspondent Ray-
mond Anderson reported that
SAM-;! missik s bases have al-
rt ady been set up in Egypt and
the strengthening of its air de-
fenses has enabled Cairo to re-
j; ct ve n more firmly Western
endeavors to restore the 1967
ci ase-fin.
On the advice of I'.*. Ambas-
sador Harrison S\mcs, Mr. Sisco
canceled his scheduled visit to
Jordan after violent demonstra-
tions took place in Amman. In
the two Arab states previously
Continued on Page 6-A
Russia Reported
Moving 3,000 Man
Division to Egypt
LONDON iJTA' A London
Daily Telegraph report from
Cairo says Russia is moving an
air defi use division abo..t
3.000 soldi" is and technicians
into Egypt in an < ffort to deft n
vital i.aval and air bases in tin
Eastern Mediterranean from Is-
rai li attack.
Many Sovic t di; lomats, tl
n port s ding s- rge Vi-
: doff, Russia's Ami ass id
to airo ari opposi d to a fur-
the r v ansion i I Sovii l forces
in Egypt. The Ambassador
\ lei d fi ars thai a m and d -
cisive phasi would i reached if
I i dots an assign) d to flj
Egyptian plain s on combat mis-
sion. Meanwhile Russia has bee n
accused of lowering Egyptian
morale by not permitting Egyp-
tian troona and technicians to
man the SAM-3s.
The Russians are making th> ir
most elaborate effort In anti-
aircraft defense, the report in-
di attd. !n addition to about 40
SAM-3 sites, 25 SAM-2 sites,,-..I
;,n unknown number of 100mm.
anti-aircraft batteries and an
extensive early-warning system,
the s- vr ts have i. habilitated
Eg;: t's fl i I ol MIC-21 sup r-
sonic fighters to make them
mon effective against Israeli
Phi ntoms, the n port said.
TEL AVIV IJTA) One i :
: i ut's S ikhoi-7 b mbi is u as
i (I by an Israeli ground-to-
air Hawk missile Saturday dur-
an Egyptian raid on Israeli
positions in th'' Sue/ Canal and
Gi.lf of Sue/ areas last week-
end. Two other Sukhois wen
hit. but were not seen to crash,
it was reported.
Cairo radio claimed that the
air raid was the biggest under-
taken by Egypt's Air Force since
the Six-Day War and Presick nt
Gamal Abdi 1 Nasser told a
newspaper reporter that with
S viet help Egypt has rebuilt its
air defenses and "is now able to
aim counter blows against Is-
rael."
Three Israeli soldiers were
killed and eight others wounded
in the attacks. The body ol the
downed Egyptian piiot was re-
covered and the Red Cross was
informed.
An Israeli army chaplain who
had come to a Suez position to
supervise preparations for the
11 si rvance of Passover, was
killed last week in an exchange
of artillery fire. Chaplain Izhak
Bezalel of Bnai Brak had been
scheduled to kosher the kitchen
equipment and officiate at the
fiist Seilcr.
Israeli planes struck at Egyp-
tian military targets along the
Suez Canal's central sector for
more than three hours Monday.
a militarv spokesman reported.
;.i il Tui sday Egyptian plai ;
attempted to strafe Israeli posi-
tion back of the Sue/ Canal .n
the Sinai Desert, where th
iio, ps were observing Passov '.
One MIG-17 was hit by grour.i-
to-air fire, and crashed in Egj -
tian territory. The kill br the number of Arab planes
ported downed by Israeli fore ;
since June, 1967. to 107. Israel
admits losing 20 of its own.
The Egyptians rejected a Ked
Cross request that they transmit
special Passover parcels contain-
ing mat/oh. wine and Passov-r
sweets prepared by the Army
chaplaincy to four Israel pris-
oners of war vv 'io had been kid-
i'a;>l>ed by an Egyptian com-
mando unit. Iliwevcr, Syrian
officials accepted parcels for
two Israeli pilots shot down oi*-r
Syria, and the Jordanians ac-
cepted a parcel for Shmuel Ro-
senwasser, the Metullah night
watchman kidnapped by gU'-r-
rillas several months ago.
Sewn Arab saboteurs w re
hilled in three widely scattered
incidents over the weekend
I, ur in the Gaza Strip, two n ar
the Lebanese border in Up]
Galilee, and one near the Alien-
by Bridge. The capture of Salik
Goradch. 36, a member of the
Palestine Liberation Front's .
luieal committee in the Gazn
Strip, was also reported. He v.as
caughl while trying to cross Into
Jordan.
HVSSEiy MOVE PLEASES CIERRILLAS
Cabinet Reshuffled
In Wake Of Riots
Russians Publish Letter
Bv 70 Jewish Bolsheviks
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (JTAI
... Th Communist Party news-
paper "Pravda" has published a
letter signed by 70 -veteran I
she viks ol Ji wish i ationallty" -
no'ii.eing rllegeil alroeit.es <
n,.t, d I l-i a. I "as a result ot the
/. Ist-Fascisl policy of the b ur-
geois governmenl of Meir, Dayai
El an and Shazar."
The English texl of the l< tti i
en l the nami a oi all the si.
.ii,s along with th< year of th< ii
admission to the Communist Pi
wi.*. c rculoted here today In "Re-
view of the Soviet Press," a rn
dig -; published by the Soviet Mis-
blon to the United Nations. The
dates next to their names indi-
cated that about half of those who
sign, d the Utter were admitted to
the "Communist Party"' between
1903 and 191-1.
The h tter was appan ntly a re-
action to Egyptian claims that
Israeli bombers blast, d a primary
school in the Nile delta April S,
killing 30 children. But the great-
. r poii ion ol Its ii \i was devoted
i, extolling Soviet treatment of
Its Jewish citizens and recalling
. role played bj Russian Jewish
workers in the Bolshevik revolu-
tion and in the war against I lit I r.
i tin'; that the Sovk I I
has granted all nationalities, in-
ling th< J. ws. the fullest ri| Ms
and opportunities, the letter con-
tini d, To the Israi li Zionist.- w<
Btt] your filthy solicitation.
\ ),i won't find a single trail >r
among the Jewish working peopli
of the Soviet Union. We have not
f< rgotten the fight of our Party
against the Zionists. Bundists and
other Jewish nationalists We
cannot without the greatest anger
and indignation." the letter added,
"hear about the destruction of
Arab cities and other inhabit. .1
points, and v.- massacre of wom-
en, childun and aged people."
L< NDON I JTAI King Hus-
-. in of Jordan reportedly r. -
led his cabinet in the wake
of four .'.ays of anti-American
in Amman which pn vent-
ed a visit by U.S. Assistant Sec-
retary of Stale Ji seph J. Sia
"iii. n alignment will please th<
Palestinian commandos already
fl; she.! with victory over the
i ol U.S. Ambassador Har-
rison Symes, political observers
-
King HuSSfln demanded Am-
' BMador Symes' recall alter he
had advised Mr. Sisco to -t:iv
a.vav from Amman, where mol !
burned the 17.9. lafarmattoin
Agency offices and library, de-
stroying some 10.000 books,
stoned the I'.S, bnbasaj and
wrecked four Embassy ear*.
(Washington has demanded Mil
and prompt compensation for
damage to American propertj
estimated at $100,000.)
All five of the new cabinet
ministers named are said to have
the continence of the guerrilla
aunt. The new Jordanian
,: Staff, Mashour Hadi-
;i.. h, v\as described as a moder-
ate p:o-gu. rrilla.
Events in Jordan during the
past -... k indicated the |
of ti Pal Inian f<
yun bands, now more or I IS
combined into the "Palestine
Aimed Struggle Command" led
by i:i Fatah chief. Yassir Aratat.
and the Hussein governmenl I
virtual helplessness in control-
ling its own population. Some
ODServera believe that the cum-
mando movement that has para-
lyzed any p. ace moves by King
Hi ssi In could also prevent Pres-
ident Nasser from reaching i
1 aci I'll settlement with Isra -I
should he ever indicate such a
ire.
The guerrilla* regard the can-
cellation f Store's visit a- a
major political victory over the
he United Stales. The sisco al-
iar lias also brought the iir-t
hut ot public Palestinian criti-
cism Ol President Nasser. The
guerrilla command in Amman
made an apparent reference to
t aim when i' spoke ot "capitals
,i eager to have a political set-
tlement."
The guerrilla position is thai
there can be no peace with Is-
rael and that the Israeli state
must be liquidated. A guerrilla
spokesman warned last "
that any Arab government lead-
u who mOVl s toward peace with
at 1 will be signing his o fl
It ...I' /...riant.


Face 2-A
> Jfc*f/s/> Ftcridifrti
Russell Honored
By Temple Israel
IxVV Head of Free Blood l!nit At Judea
Sons for lOtli Year
Jj^Y-April,*
Mount Sinai Ho
temple make, ,,,
m
The ol io re, board of ti
a d nv mh i ship ol Temple Israel
Vki pn sid< nt, R berl Russell.
- served as neral chair-
i the 1970 Combim d Jewish
al -Israel I nei gi ncy Fund
._ n, S ii lay iening in the
i 's Mon is D. Wolfaon Audi-
i
iuest s
i -
I L970 CJA-I1 F drive.
v be Zvi K journal-
1st theati
I it was need.
i t I. S rving
i nan of the evenl
[srai i ireat( i
Mia Jew !.! F- di i il ion shun a
i histoi >.' Dr. Joseph R
sei hi "i Temple 1s-
d Th Miami i xperi-
. is '.iff' rent from the mil-
1 istory <>i the Jewish people.
< f our religious institutions
have conn thi ..: nek si rving all
the .'.wish community. Eight ol
i 17 Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration president have been mem-
bers of Ti mple Israel; 13 of the 28
< patgn chairmen, including Mr,
i: II, have come from our con-
gregation. The congregation joins
i-. this tribute to Mr. Russell as
an I of its c ntlnm d sup-
port "i the Fi di i at ion and its
CJA-TKF campaign."
Mr. R issi It's leadi rehip at Tem-
I 'i Israel is on in a long list ol
civic duties. President and chair-
r ol the board of Rush ii Alum-
i m Corp., he is a v lei pi i aidi nt
: I member ol thi Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's board of di-
rectors, a trustee of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, and recently
was tppointi d to the cam;'
cabinet and executive committee
i: thi national Uniti<1 Jewlah
Apr* al.
Joseph \ Garfield, president of
|< Israel, reported that a
mber of past presidents anil
g< neral campaign chairmen ol thi
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
r*| servi inorary than im n
for Sunday's event. The list In-
cludes Sam Blank, Georgi Chcrcn,
\ .' Han is, Sam J. Hi Iman, Fr-
it Janis, I i ward Kam Aaron
Kanni r, Cah in Kot i ns, Bai on ile
Miis, h Meyi i 1 tan B. Ruskin.
William I> Sini i Joseph R Si
and Harold TI
Sen ing
will ': '' i ii Di
D I It
1
Mrs Cha I '
. Mi
Jeron Ki Robert I
witz. Mi< I is. i
Rob m Mrs M .
51.....
:.hk. A. S I 'i Ira Roth-
: and Al '.' nh
Essay-Art Prizes Awarded
Pri/i s wi r awarded to the win-
ners in the annual essay-art con-
I st sponson '. t y the Bun au of
Jewish Education and the South
Florida Districts of the Zionist
anhntion of America in cere-
ii s held Api il 9 at Ti m
Menorah, Among the winners was
Ii si pli S'.i i di oe, a Temple Bi th
Sholom Ri ligious School student,
who took first prize in the Jui I i
division. Isaac Dohen was c mtest
nittii' chairman; Dr. Louis
Si iwarl. i v cutive director
ol the Bureau.
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retire state "i FhM Ida,
Dm j| i :. i' War members
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April 24. 1970
+Jelst ncrMian
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[oseph Altschuller Named
\r Jerusalem Peace Award
1
1
1 1
1
1 1
1
lf' 1
Altschuller, a past presi-
,,r!r Beth Am and lead-
philanthropic and
0| (he community,
i th Jerusalem Peace
mnual Tempi Bi I
o( State in the
l [oti 1 Saturday
2 The announce-
. i rtion for the honor
bj Rabbi Herberl M
spiritual leader ol the
mil Alan l. Kessler,
iirn
for members of the
I losts was liosti rl
Bai-os, chairman ol
i| Hosts, and Mi-
ll home last wei k,
i, plans for th< event,
in behalf of Israel
wii| leted.
I,, i- spearheading
merits includi d
honorary chaii -
i |i ni (",.
i II I tauer, Hei
mi Goodman,
ird Luria,
! IM. II.
I
I Am
i. citetl for hi -
f of Is
itioi
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Mr, Altschuller. his wife, Vir-
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author ui a nev series of H 'brew
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Volume 43
Friday. April 24. 1970
Number 17
18 NISAN
We Share Our Hopes, Aspirations
At the seventh annual American-Israel dialogue spon-
sored by the American Jewish Congress, the distinguished
rarticipants again wrestled with definitions, identity and
valuestheir unigue "JewLshness," as they sought to de-
scribe it.
For one Israeli scholar, the one element that should be
preserved is "al regal achat"that we were slaves in
Egypt. All over the world this week Jews gave evidence
hat no matter what their differences, the Passover observ-
ance was directed to that magnificent saga of an enslaved
people who not only sought their own freedom but, through
"heir concept of a universal God. the freedom of all people.
Freedom Seders which attract Christians as well as
"ews have become a fairly common practice in America.
Hut despite its ecumenical appeal, Passover is a uniquely
"ewish holiday in that we share our hopes and aspirations
with all people while we treasure it as our own.
A Strange Way To Achieve Peace
Israel's continued aerial attacks on Egyptian military
Installations must be understood in terms of the defense
of the Jewish slate as non-involved military experts view
.:, rather than as aggressive acts for their own sake as
:he Arab leaders would describe it.
The basic assumption in Cairoand in Moscow, ob-
viouslyhas been that massive shelling along the cease-
:.ie lines and occasional raids, even though they have
not as great a military meaning as had been hoped, would
achieve the effect of wearing Israel down economically.
3ut it is becoming apparent that Israel's will has been
miscalculated by the Soviets and Egyptians. After some
early setbacks, Israel has regained the military initiative.
It may seem a strange way to achieve peace in the
Middle East, but until the Arab leaders are finally con-
vinced that Israel has the will and the means to purvive,
they will continue to live in the hope of eventually bring-
ing that courageous little nation to its knees.
Year Of Big 4 Talks Achieves Little
Last week saw the end of the first year cf the so-
called Big Four talks on a settlement in the Middle E-ist.
Although another meeting of UN deputies was scheduled
for this week, the departure of Gunnar Jarring to resume
his post as Swedish ambassador to Moscow is the best
comment on what has been accomplished.
The record shou'd be clear on who blocks the ways
:o peace. While the Nixon adm;nia,ration refuses to sup-
ply Israel with more jet3, the Russians continue to pour
.n both offensive and defensive arms into the Arab states
in quantity large enough to threaten the arms balance.
Nasser has told the Egyptian National As?emblv that the
Soviets aaree with him on his intransigent stand that
there can be no settlement unless Israel withdraw! com-
pletely from all occupied territory and. even if that con-
dition is met, the Arabs could not hold any direct talks
with Israel.
Only the continued strength and will of the embattled
Israelis against great odds can bring peace, it is obvious.
Our role a% American Jews is equally as obvious: to sup-
port the efforts of Israel with our money and our determina-
tion that where our political strength counts we will use it
wisely and without fear.
Comment
by EDWARD
cone,
God mad* a small comeback
last week. (If not small, then
at hast short! Not long liter
our three astronauts wore
brought safely to the deck of
the carrier Iwo Jima. I am
quite certain, the Almighty dis-
appeared again. To be revived.
of course, for our next emer-
gency.
The Navy chaplain who de-
livered the prayer of thanks-
giving for their successful re-
covery paid proper homage to
this age of technology when he
said: "by Your grace, their skill,
and the skill of many men." It
was novelist Gerald Sykee who
pointed out, "The new super-
natural which the public mind
haa ere.iii d on us own is not
an unmoved mover, not a mee-
siah. not something menial, but
ii is an expression of a new
public awe and thus qualifies as
a religious creation."
People who admitted in tape 1
Interviews that they hadn't "be-
lieved in God" or prayed I *
years revealed how their faith
in both had been restored. It
was enough to make even Billy
Graham (whose last big one was
praying with the University of
Texas f.mtball team for victory
over Arkansas' a little envious.
What shattered it for me, I
suppose, was that right on ler
the Miami Heralds picture of
the prayer service on board the
Iwo Jima there was a headline
reading: "1 Saw Slaughter .
Slipped in Blood." The usually
clear-thinking Sen. Fulbright
was puzzled that the Amei 1c in
publio seemed to. have shown
far more concern that the three
American astronauts might be
lost in space than it does over
the fact that 150 American sol-
diers are killed in a single week
in Vietnam. Or. he might have
added, the revelation of the
massacres of women and chil-
dren, as well as prisoners, by
American soldiers.
On the other hand, my open-
ing sentences could be wrong.
F ii quite some time now it has
been evident to me that the
Jewish concept of the universal
God has been eroded to the point
of being meaningless Obviously
the Carl Mclntires and then
Jewish count* rparts will see tha
.i hi tile astronauts as an-
other evidence of (loo's CXClU-
aive Americanism and will push
that theokkg) with renewed fer-
vor Surely, a land pleased with
s'ich riches, with such heroes
must enjoy the divine right to
conquer, exploit. des|H>il and kill
- as well as to be saved. And
we're not alone they all have
their gods
Outrageous? Read American
history from the Pilgrims to
Rev. Mclntire and see how we
have made the cirri" To quote
Sykes, Our awe has shifted
from animals, from figures in
paradise, from our own kind, to
the solid, practical creations of
our own hands. We have found
a new supernatural in our own
ingenious manufacture, or more
Kactly in the godlike powers
that we unexpectedly have con-
ferred on it."
This God should t
win n rx i. y ,,.
based on tha, 'M
universal Fatherhood ^2l
'and brotherhood of mav3
>t ">- that, as Rau,, ^
Stern said in another cowl
tof
''" '"'^"U^J
Jewish
which
don t adhere | '
" ;" :.---,|
S,'ln that the nJ
,"',' V: :> Ml .'-u. p
''' tional on*
i I .. > .
print Iples .-rv ^
upon thi given Ton*.
"Tn' "' Jiwsiil
not replai G-.l for i-cnognft
in our ; ititutions 1>*]l
will n l ii tion t.>at!*a|
in our pul Ik school syjtaa.
Since i' was banned !
public si rnogranhy. pul
Indecent cxiwsure an.l behaiw
bordei in i ai arehy pmak
. (condom d by our libri! I
ministeis i These >ao\TwtgeifI
are sio.i ". Tjes a]I
Israel and the US.1
It is not ntlootownI
tins with the I annii Rabin Ik)
past W'edm sda> was KarthDij
a but': i minder of ho w
have sacrificed the God of G
sis to Moloi h, t tie American Gal
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
TAM KY. South Vietnam If
you come back again and agaii
you end by making a few local
friends in this country, even
though people's assignments an
often changed. Two such friends
are Col. Hoang Dinh Tho. prov-
ince chief of Quang Tin. and
Maj. Nguyen Minh Dang, the
boss of this province's big north-
ern district. Thanh limn
Outwardly, these two could
hardly be more differ) lit. The
province chief is coolly intelli-
gent, highly educated and smart-
ly uniformed. The district chief
always wears a peasant's black
pajamas, constantly proclaims
hlS own rOOtS are in the soil.
He i formidably astute but hot-
t mpered and far from Intel-
li etual.
Yet these two men have been
most successful allies, along with
the oth-r talented district chiefs
ch is. n by Col. Tlio In this prov-
ince, below threatened Quang
Nam. they plainly have the en-
my on the run at last.
It has taken some doing. Two
\ avs a-;o Col Tho was rep' at-
,'lly bel< '-?Kta
town. In th hctai
battali ns I ARVN R
were continuo isly required f*
the defer.-, Dl Tarn Ky alone.
Up in : h dtstncLby
th.' s.,-::, :,:
trolled '"Iral hamWt
All th.
w.st, : ~': '
towai'l '
to th. V: '
Binh aloi VC district til
I a l
fight Ma ~ -:'
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(Rabbinical Assn. Calendar
'resented to School Boards
Rabbinical Association of
Bur Miami has issued a calcn-
,. 0f Jew ish religious holidays
1970-71 affecting the school
hdance and activities of stu-
i of th'' Jewish faith, its presi-
Oi. Joseph R. Narot, has
Minci >i
h,. call ndar has been prcsent-
i ih. vartoUi school boards by
Irving U-hrman of Temple
lnu-EI. hairman of the Asso-
fjon's Ri liu'ion and School Com-
|t,,. Thi calendar, which was
Be up in an iffort to avoid the
fllcta arising fiom time to time
Lecn school activities and re-
djs holidays, causing hardships
Jewish student! and school
mi personnel.
for th. first time, the Associa-
'g cal< ndar has been sent to
jjes and universities through-
thc Btate f Floi ida as well as
|th< State Heard of Regents. It
also been presented to the
iis dl public instruction in
, Bi ward and Montrie Coun-
iii the University of Miami.
Junior College and
institutions.
i it : from Rabbi Lehman,
liHStii e Iliat 'he Rabbinical As-
latii ndar be consulted be-
Eular school calendar
is drawn up in order to avoid con-
flicts on examinations, gradua- I
tiohS."sports activities and other:
events, accompanied the calendar,
which gives a precise outline of
the obstivancc of the Jewish holi-
days by the various branches of '
Judaism, giving the dates as ob-
served by Orthodox. Conservative
and Reform Jews.
"The Jewish Sabbath begin on
I Friday at sunset and ends Satur-
day after sunset," the calendar
I notes, adding that "the evenings
j prior to the holidays are just as
.sacred as the days themselves."
I
"The response by each of these
i Institutions has been very encour-
i aping." Rabbi Narot reported.
I "Each institution has given assur-
I ance that the Association's calen-
dar will be followtd and will be
consulted before their schodules
! are made up."
Art Club Sponsoring
Beth Sholom Exhibit
A 7 p.m. reception will precede
the exhibition of paintings and
sculpture sponsored by the Miami
; Beach Art Club Sunday, May 3,
in the Lowe-Levteson Art Gallery
of Temple Beth Sholom a.t 4144
Chdsc Ave., Miami Beach.
The exhibition, which will be
judged by Schubert Jonas, director
f the University of Miami's Emily
I-owe Art Gallery, will feature the
works of artists Samuel Goldberg.
Louis Jacoby, Max Jeneks. Byrdic
King. Ida Lear. Rose Levin, Josh
Lieberman. May Masser, Ann
Mehlman. Artie McKenzie, Abe
Plut/.er. Harry Rossman. Sally Le
Sapiro. Frances Starr, Leonore
Sternberg, Henrietta Tendler,
Mortimer E. Wien. Samuel Wax-
ier and Irving Zipkin.
Academy Leaders Finalizing Plans
I-cadcrs of the Hebrew Academy
| of Greater Miami will meet at '
| 10:30 a.m. Sunday to finalize the ,
I plans for a May 3 banquet in the
] Eden Roc Hotel which will serve |
as the Inaugural Dinner for its j
j campaign to raise $500,000 for the
j new junior high school building.
The plenary session will be led
by Oscar B. Schapiro and He rman '
L. Shaw, who are serving with
I Leonard Rosen as eochairmen of J
I the campaign.
Louis Merwitzcr, president, and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal, will report on the prog m
made in plans for the multi--'
building to be constructed a
Pine Tree Drive from the Acade-
my's main campus. Also tai-ung
i>art in Sunday morning's r *-
ing will be architect Leonard
Glaaser and Zvi Bergcr, ec-ca-
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and associate director of Gr
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Sisco Talks Improved
U.S.-Israel Cooperation
Awards Presented To 1 Conten
>rJ
(Continued frem Paee -A>
considered mot lri-ndl> to th-
J nit.cl SUtnt, o!ervT* noted,
the iWCMMMi apiM-iired hclp-
kii* to prevent demonstrations
tk^.unsi Mr. BtaMi
Th<- Jordanian eovornmcrit
n garded the caixvllation of Mr
Sisoo's visit as a rebuff, appar-
ently soiing in it a lack of faith
in the stability of the Huss. in
povi rnm.nt. ami its ability to
tf.ntrol the cuonillas. It de-
manded that Mi. Svuhs bi t -
.iil. rl. and the State Dopart-
r;< nt accrded t.> its re|iu-st. m
the lu>;>. thai the "close and oor-
( ]!,'( ions l* Iwi' n our two
< ur.trii s" will not be impaired.
State Department press offi-
cer Robt-rt McCloakey said Ihe
Ambassador, who had been in
' Jordan !". y. ars. had done a
Rood job in trying to promote
I friendly and constructive rela-
. tions. but sukk< slii he had been
i in Jordan long enough, and was
due for a change.
"Some 10.000 1. ftist students,
urged on by Palestinian guer-
rilla leaders, staged a protest
march in Beirut streets during
Mr. Sisco's brief visit with Leb-
anon's Preaidt nt Charles Helou.
Premier Rashid Karami and
Foreign Minister Nassim Mnj.li-
lani. A number oi incidents of
violence took place during his
. four hour stay, but he described
Mikveh Israel
Centenary
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Issued by the Bank of Israel
Dedicated to the first agricultural school
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his talks with the Aral) 1. ad. rs
as "very useful."
Ironically, the only Arab na-
tion when' Mr. Sisco received a
coi-dial if not wai m welcome on
his orientation tout" of the
; Middle Kast ix .on- attending a
. U.S. cMefl ol mission nutting in
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Hallaiul.d-. "tVUhoUt a Stitch."
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Puts kick in your kasha.
Author Philip Wylie presented
'hi awards to four Southeastern
Writers Conference contestants.
m hi>se manuscripts were judged
h st in their literary category
'.wards i rv given for short story.
l>oetry. chiklren's book* and non-
Ik-tion at a banquet held in thi
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
M-DJC South Knglish instructoi
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tlie name of Gregor Morris, won
first prize with her entry in the
short Story category. "Mayan
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Face value IL 10
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Quantity minted
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Day, May 11, 1970.
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April 24,
1970
* Jew's* rkridlictn
Page 7-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
loklmann's Meddling Disturbing
in the
Law s.
Jewish Federation's By-
W. Tin- JewWi Kloridlan:
I,. i; idmann'a latest move
Ltiatc "iih Nasser in We
f,,.'.,!, conflict is disturbing
sibic politicians in the
is well as to those
i with the future
ttjsh homeland.
private meddling into the
ai affairs ol tbjfi Slate of
lc.., | ,|. inmeilta! to the
,.' which the Jewish State
All '!"-' saciiliees uhu.li
, :, ihe Jewish Ami) to
Fjfc pri sc I i"iMti" tuuatuh
L ti-rril ii ies which, tx^ppg,
i to the Jomrish --Uutc
ardiztjd bj GoM-
nterf< ronce.
bdfrinE his past perform-
hcp his admitted
. (| [he Nazi holo-
r, irj 10 save the European
n annihilation, L- in Russian Jw-
tragic situation one can
. stion whether m >rc
Kii-.i "i leadership is do-
the German imleninifiea-
ls for the atrocities
Htcd a [alnsl the Jewish peOr
IhiuIiI not be credited to
I :, icti\ il ies. Indeed, he
us.-I b.\ thorn to whitewash
whereby they could
!, si ; une ridiculous re-
is in c imparison to
i isses .mil tlie humilia-'
amniitti I on the Jewish
,' u is State has finally
within its historical
tg which were fought for in
in the last 20 years
J-t- ivestablishment. All the
\> ado I -. cure the bonders
Stiii. sh 'ild not Ik' nego-
awaj b.. a person who does
:i have the credentials to
in spite of, his. peniltenqB j
B0M> himseJI on the political |
wholeness of the. Jewish.,
ill its present form is, one of ,
t precious assets, of the ]
i peoplu Tlw future an.I the '.
[j'l'.'kv "I the Jewish State ,
1b upon holding the strategic,
y. Intact, The integrity of ,
. ; of Israel and of the iu-
', Israel is in.liv isilile. Millions,
|l$ kepi in captivity in Soviet
} ai q v. .i mng to settU' in
owish st.it., to once again] .
DC .i part of the land of their ,
Its the right to bai-
:i\ the property of the ,
oi>le under the pretext of
p. ace. This "peace"
not bv worth the paper it
written cm anyhow. By using
i. nlfici s el the World Jew-
' \ Nahuni Goldiiia'in
i carrying on a policy which is re-
pugnant and against the \ital In-
terests of the Jewish people. His
. "logics do not correspond in
substance with the hopes and the
tutuw iif,.thc.,Jewish State, ..,.
The government of the Jewish
State is the only authority which
should deal with these issues; with
their proper representation and
tin' support of Woi M Jewry as
well as the people ol ine Stale of
Israel, they can accomplish the
l st ii suits possible under the
circumstanei s. Thej have th< c >n-
tidence and the trspl of thl entire
..'nvish p,i.p|. b. hind them. 1j
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1 run wilting this letter in re-
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I am referring specifically to
the new power of the Executive
ommittcc as being the sole body
within the Federation to vote.
with the Board of Directors serv-
ing as an advisory body only.
* I wonder where the iJoaul of
2.'ireetbrs was when this injustice
iva* demi d*-^\'fty snouW^aH !.
cisions of an organization control-
ling millions of dollars a year be
in the hands of a few individuals?
Why did the B- ai ol Directors
allow- this in happen? More im-
portant, win doi a our community
allow ihis?
1 feel that a general meeting
o| the entire menfbersnip of the
Jewish Federation should ix1 callr
..i to vote on such a vital issue.
We should not just sit back and
allow a community organization
such as the Federation, which col-
lects and allocates community
funds to dj*ldc by themselves
what should-he done with thesje
, ;tuir!s wrthuut lii st allowing the
' community, or ccrffcinMy^!# men*-
leis ol tins organization, the op-
portunity to voice their opinions
hi: such a vital matter.
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'JewlstnwrtiM
Frid
ay' APnl 24 uwMriday. A
JEWISH NATIONAL FUN
WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR OUTSTANDING WORKERS, AWllN!
Seated on dads from left to right: Judge Zev W. Kogan.
Martin Kogan. Mrs. Zev W. Kogan. Mrs. Morris Berick.
Morris Berick. Mrs. Miriam Press, Benjamin Appcl. Mr3.
Benjamin Appel. Irving Cohen, and Mrs. Irving Cohen.
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Rabbi David Raab and Mayor Jay Dermsr
Cantor Saul Br^eh and Mayor Jsy Dcrmsr
Mrs. Ha Wes?el and Mayor lay DaMtBBl'^3.
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Mr. and Mr*. Moe Levin and Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen and Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. and Mrs. 1*1*Bnd f
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenthal and Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Filosof, and Mayor Jay Dermer
Support And Strengthen The
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Mr. and Mrs.
420 LINCOLN ROAD
538-6464
David Dermer. Martin Kogan and Mayor Jay Dermer


Lay. April 24. 1970
vJewist fhrSdliiain
Paae &A
TRENGT
IRS AT OUR ANNUAL
.
Iwitz anc
jan
Seated on dais from left to right: Maurice Plessor, Mrs.
Maurice Plesser. Mrs. Eva Blum. Rabbi David Raab. Mrs.
Beulah Davis, Jacob Fishman. Mrs. Abraham Grunhut,
Abraham Grunhut, Mrs. Yafia Dermer, David Dermer,
Mayor Jay Dermer, president oi the J.N.F.
3
Mrs. Lillian Siegelman and Mayor Jay Dermer
Mrs. Bouiah Da^-is end Ma--or Jay Dsrmer
Mr. Joseph Goldberg and Mcyor Jay Dermer
fk^Bnd Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox and Mayor Jay Dermal
Mr. and Mrs. Kyman Dubowy and Mayor Jay Dermer
?
>d Mayor Jay Dermer
Mrs. Jay Dermer, David Dermer, Mrs. Bertha Davidson
and Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow and Mayor Jay Dermer
ZevW.Kogan
fcnt Southern
Region J.N.F.
Dr. Irving Itbraaa
cbairaaa,
JNF foJti
Mayor Jy Dtrasr,
rrtiidtat
Rabbi Mayir
Abraaowitt,
chair anas
Exacativa Imi
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FridaY- April 24
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-.
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550 Northwest 28th Street
Miami, Florida
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390 N.E. 135th STREET MIAMI
PHONE: 757-8564
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It's More Than A Home--
It's A Way Of Life"


April 24. 1970
"MnistifkrMian
Page 11 1
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
MKKFS STUDIO, L\C.
2256 Coral Way Phone 443-5086
V
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI, INC.
193C N.W. 23rd Street Phone 635-4581
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 377-2754
A Happy Passover to Our Friends and Customers
CONTINENTAL COFFEE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
15 N.E. 11th STREET. MIAMI
356-3444
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
UARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.
Security Trust Bldg., 119 E. Flagler Street 374-1716
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DR. LOUIE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 691-7991
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
MR. and MRS. HARRY NISSEL
HARMONY FASHIONS OF MIAMI, INC.
540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
BNWIBLWS
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
UISOLEUM CITY
5658 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 7574021
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
'AUKS BROS. MFO. CO., INC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
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BAY HARBOR ISLAND
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RESTAURANT t
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PH 866 9103 DELIVERY SERVICE 4 TO 10 P.M., j
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to tltc entire
Jewish
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JOSEPH M LIPTON, Chairman


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-.lewMihrMbn
FridaY. April 24.
Passover Holiday Emphasized by T I. Week', Activity |MM<>M ^~y^
"ni,d^'*irUtn
:ion of_K"^ Con***
Starting with an Early Child- m ns will have their Passover
hood Development Tiny Tot Seder Seder In the Central T at noon
and a Children's Model Seder, ac- on Sunday.
t.Mty this week at the YM-YWHA .
iA Grt ate*/ >kami has fc#en em- JT
phatiziniTV Paaovef. ttolxlaj, Also scH^uKd for Sun-tey at
ihe ohildrfnT s^oof holBay on fast participants in the Day Camp
Friday all school age children of program, with games and rcfresn-
V members will si>en (from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.* at the | Flue" the down to entertain.
Y.' A special Passover Luncheon
will be provided.
Saturday, the North County
Branch Senior Citizens Friend-
ship Club will hold a Model Seder
in the auditorium of the Washing- ted he Far Aa> Places
ton Federal. 699 NE 167th St.. be- 'rave to be.*OWn rt the
Ireland, Israel Featured
In Library's Travel Films
Ireland and Israel will be fea-
gtimlng at 7 p.m. The G-Ider, \
Friendship Club and Senior Citi-
Greetings from
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
7 8 HOIt CHAMPIONSHIP
60lf COUISf
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207tS St.
NA 1-3621
Coral Gables Library at 7:30 p.m.
WedlM s.lay. and at Miami's Main
Public Library at 1 and 8 p.m.
Thursday. April M. The programs
are free, and no tickets will be
required for the Miami showing
Tickets will be available for the
(oral Gables showing on Monday,
on a first-come basis.
New Horizon Ireland" shows
Dublin, the horse show. Oyster
Festival, cloth-making and views
of the countryside: "Israel" gives
an introduction to the expanding
industry of that nation. "Kuropean
Rhapsody," capturing the spirit
as well as typical scenes, will also
be shown.
Mure than 500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the annual YM-
YWHA Athletic Awards Dinner in
the Main Ballroom of the Central
Y." 8600 SW 8th St.. at 5:30 p.m.
| Sunday. May 3. All participants in
the YM-YWHAs Physical, Educa-
tion program will be receiving
awards during the program, which
will be emceed by WTVJ's sports-
caster. Bob Gallagher.
Guests of honor will include Hal
, Blitman, head coach of the Miami
Floridians basketball team anel the
team's captain and leading scorer.
Don Freeman: Jim Klick. an out-
standing back on the' Miami Dol-
phins football team, and All-
America tackle Mitch) 11 Berger.
of the Coral Gables High School
football tf am
For the seventh consecutive-
year, Passover Sedorim in the
Alamac Hotel were conducted by
Cantor Mordecai Yardrini. who is
well known as a concert singer.
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+Jewist fk'rldHmn
Page 13-A
[bi Joseph R. Narot Is Chautauqua Lecturer
Lbi Jos. i li R- Narot of Tern- i The rabbi lectures on college
kniel of Greater Miami will campusea under the auspices of
bn< the J> wish Chautauqua iho sooiety. an organization ipon-
ty when he lecture! at 8 p.m. somJ b th(. National Fo(Wation
L May 12, before the as- ; ,_.
f al St. Joseph College. Jen- of Temple Brothershood. to foster
,.,',:-.. on "Jewish Beliefs and better understanding of Jews and
; I Judaism through education.
hm
Due To Many Requests
We Now Ofter
CATERING
Under Rabbinical Supervision
Call 444-8652
TASTY SHOPPE
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Message of Passover Today
K \K" JOSEPH GORKI SKKL
Li. Beth Hwkfc North Miami
' i
finds us in a troubled
vi in spite f the
alitlcs of a world bur-
,,l\uih apocalyptic rorebodmg,
of Israel fight-
ing for its very
lif.\ isolated and
without a singli
r e a l friend In
the community
of nations, and
Russian Jewry
b- Ing gradually
strangled 0 n il
annihilated spir-
itually, ii re
emanates from
i Haggadah
dealing with t It*
a hoi* and a chal-
S?i
IsV
lobbi Gorlinkel

D
:
i

n, are Iwo beautiful Mid-
Is [n the first, we are
hile the Israelites stood
a, they were divided
s i amps of opinion.
,,... rrome with helplessness
said: "Nipol El Ha-
we have no choice but to
-. Ives in tht sea." Oth-
ivith faith and courage in
. said: "Naase Imahi m
, we shall not d< span',
i shall battle with them."
-. cond Midi -ash. we arc
I: "Wlv n being pursued by th>
ind blocked by the sea,
ok himself with length)
i, to u hieh Go spondi d,
l. n are facing a crucial
nemy pursues them, the
\ and blocks them and
Mo*es, betake yourself with
lengthy prayer. Speak unto the
Israelites and lit them march for-
ward?!"
How Illuminating and timely
inese Midrashim are. Again as of
>ld the descendants ol the ancient
Israelites are faced with the same
crisis their ancestors faced more
than 3.000 years ago, Again thej
lie divided into different camps
i here is courage amongst somi
and despair in others. Strangelj
the despair is not in the hearts ill
our people in Isra saying In the past _'-.' years: W<
tuant peace, but if fighl we must,
we have the faith in the righteous-
ness of our cause and we will In
\ ictorious."
Again, also. Ma many "l us ii
the American Jewish community,
ii is "business as usual." Tun manj
ef us are pr< oi eupii d \\ uh our
little worlds, with our lit].
prayers.
Passover today summons us to
banish from our In arts and minds
this feeling of despair and in th.
v.ords of the Haggadah say to our-
'. Ivi s as will as the cruel and
callous world. "V'hl sheamdah
laavousalnu velanu," that verj
faith that sustained our people in
all the harrowing ci nttiries will
- .slain us.
Passover also challenges us to
translate that faith into dedicated
and creative action. It challenges
us to Ixthink ourselves in thesi
days when Hayom Zouof (when
Israel is surround) sea of hate), when Haouyev Kou-
,laif (when the enemy in his pur-
suits threatens with extinction).
This is no time lor the little self-
i-Ii prayers ol the "business-as-
usual" kind.
Then fore tins year, more than
ever before, we need to tell our-
selves and our children of faith
anil hope, of work and deeds with
Ihe goal ol assuring an Israel that
will stand and be renn inhered
when all of its enemies shall have
11 en forgotten.
B> RABBI SAMIT5L I. POX
Whj is it required t" have
the Torah opened so that the
seam that ties together two
pieces of parchment can be seen
When the Tin all is raised lor all
to sec?
The Torah is thus displayed as
a unifying factor in human life,
uniting various individuals, diver-
sified groups and eventually even
all tin' nations of the world in the
s. rvice of the Almighty. It is also
demonstrated to be a unifying
force in human history, which
seems al times lo be so disjointed.
\Vh\ is the Torah rendinn
chanted with notes Instead of
being read in a 'monotone"'.'
The melody of sons involves an
motional experience. Requiring
tin' Torah to be chanted instead
i I read indicates that it is not an
intellectual involvement alone that
is required, hut also an emotional
'one "with all your heart and
soul." Imli d. Judaism disliked the
C,nek practice of isolating the
intellectual from the throbbing
In art, the seat of emotion.
Young boys -members of an after-school youth club
at one of the Pioneer Women's Community Centers in
Israel participate in a model Passover Seder. Day
care is provided for the children of working mothers at
these centers, in addition to vocational training, cul-
tural and recreational activities.
Card Party For Menorah
Menorah Chapter 1013, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a card
party Thursday, April 30, at 12:30
p.m. in Kncseth Israel Center,
14th Street and Euclid Avenue.
Miami Beach. Lillian Kevoe is the
I group's president.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
18 NISAN 6:28
rCcli^ioHS *^)k
'3
ervices
HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 05 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox,
ntor Morrie Barr. 1
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IhSME EMES. 233 SW 19th Avo.
[Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
ItTH AM (TEMPLE). 6980 N. Ken.
Idall D S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
[Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
r S
ii i:i: Sunday 7 :i" p m Con-
l\i \.: Ban Ice Monday I
S, rvi, t\
i, :in p ni liar MlUvah
nt Mr and Mr- Milton
PASS) i\' Kit Moi dny .i in ni .1 >
P ni. Tu, .i.i\ i i m. Vickor .M. ni.-ri-
.ll S.IM, > 10:30 in
IETH DAVID. MM SW Sro Ave.
|Cc-rrvtive. Rabbi Sol Landau
[Ca-uor William W. Lioaon. 4
pin Saturday 9 a m Tin
.-.i a i\ i. ii m y.
I i m Sermon "Tlmi
i mint I- i ?urs." ) .'koi
IETH EL. fOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
3o. Rabbi Solomon Schitt.
p m Saturda) 9 > m '
itundaj i- 10 p in m
t i. ;.i p in Til, i du) I
.i in Vlxkor Memorial
.....p in.
fETn KODESH. 1101 SW 18th Ave
Modern 3 aditionai. Rabbi Max
, Snapiro. Cantor Ben Oickaon.
:n Monda) 8 i i n m im-
in and i" .i in > !/'.' .--' i
i A Trihuie To ''ui
v .pi a m .mi
Irwin, son
Mltaonnuu Ii, .
PASSOVHK: Sunda) SO p.m. *I< noa>
i in and SO p ni Vli kor Memori-
al S,rvi, s.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Raloh
Carml. _________ 1
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conaervative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 19
Frida) T p ra Saturda) a m.
PASSOVEK: SundA) 7:30 p.in Mon-
,] ,s n in .iliil T |> 111 ''"in -il.n
., in Vlxkor Hen 10 SO ., ni
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N Sna-
piro ,. '
Snturdn) 9 i "i TUfMlaj 9 in i /.
kol Si ii,"- ll i in
rtOkiri MIAMI
BETH MOSHc CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaervative.
Rabbi Josepn A Go-'inkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachenbaum.
Krlda) 7 4;, p m S, rmon: "A
Service wnti a Storj Sermon."
I'\SS" VI'.K: Mnnfln) 9 .i in Kormon:
\\ Itli A Knnw I" Vour Hi arL" Tu
,i > ., ni ': nular
M< nn Tin I Si ''-
Mi morj Lane '
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S_
Groaa.
Friday 8:13 imi Saturday 9 am
PASSf'VKR Monday 9 a.m nnd 15
i, ni Ti.....la) 'i ii m Vlikor Xl< mortal
s. rvli Mini li.....18 P "'
JACOB C. COhVn" COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rahhi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enael. 2o
s.iiiiril.i> H:3 ., in. Sermon: "The Key .
To Freedom ,., ,
PASSOVKH: Monday 8:80 a.m. Ylakor
M, nierial Service* Sermon: "Yester-
daj The Fathei <>f Tomorrow."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. Z'
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ovxitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
PASSOVER: Sundaj 8 10 p pi Mon-
day IS .em Si rmon "Israel If A]
|{ed Si ii linen!" Mincha 6:1 i
SINAI (TEMPLE) or NORTH DADE
18801 N.E 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingaley. 37
PASSOVER: Sunday 8:13 p.m Free-
dom Lecture Ali.mil,\ Pe:!" ii in
Paawover Service with Vlwkor
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
,9th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
PASSOVER Sunday 8:40 p.m Mon-
day 9 ;i in Sermon: "Life cnulil Be
A Sons;." Mincha 6:40 pin Tueaday
9 ii in "The Will To IJve." Mincha
i. i i p.m.
Leviton. Cantor Jerome
HALIANDAIE
HALLANOALE JEWISH
126 n.e. First .*.
Klemer -
J
OENTE^.
HOllYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4#)
Frlda) R:IS p m Sakliath s. i i
Serrani l i My People Oo
PASSOVER: Monday 11 .i in Vi- '
S, vi. r
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
PASSOVER: Monday a.m. and 8:30
p.m Tueada) 9 urn Ybilcor 3lemorlal
s.iv i.. Mini lni ; :i" p m.
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Reform. Rslibi Morna Kip-
4f
I p un
,i in
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17?i
Monroe St. Conaervative. Rab-a
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvirj
Gold *
Frida) 7 p m Saturda) 9 a m,
PASSOVER: Sunday 7 Ifl p.m, Mo -
da) 9 .i in and 7 10 n m Tuesdu i
n in yiskor Service la 10 a m.
Blvd.
per.
Frida) I p m. Baen ii I lance
PASS" i\ KR Monda) ii i"
Mi morlul Sen I -
P
Pan nli
We Hi mlnlwee About ur Frida)
2AMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy. >'
,i ni Yi/.Uiir Ber\ Ir
s.
P in Snturda)
OHfV SHALOM.
Ortncdox. Rabbi
man.
Frida) il n "i Sntui
7055 Bonita Dr
Phineaa Weber.
30
In) a.n
- i .
p m
a in
Mo
Si-rvlci
11 ,i m Si rmon "In
..... "The hiti i "" illiiti nay
PASSi >VEH Mi 8:30 a m Si r-
i,..... -i rn ; Thi Linn r Tues-
i".r. a in \ Ixkor
'. i> in
PASSVER: Sundaj
V4.7 n ni find 8 p in
I'Assi i\ KR Sunda) p m Mi
\ r, ., in ami > p.m Tui -' i)
.i in ^'l~l^.l Serviei i" :" a m
,ii. I
da)
minx
v 13
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapirj.
Cantor vehudah Heilbraun **
Frldu) n-l.'i p in S.i un.I.iv SO
P \ss' iVEII Sui la) p m Moi
1 E fi p in Tu-'l.i>
., in in
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. SS11
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koate-.
P \ SSi iVER Sunda) fi p m ||n
daj n in anil in p m Tui
^ ski I0:3n r in Sermon.
To K, member."
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111)
a.in
r|TH TOV (TEMPLE). 8438 SW
8tn st Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
iv i p in Saturday 9 8 m
fASMiVBK M. inlay 9 urn. Tueada)
| i md 10 ii in Vlikor Services.
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5PAEL (TEMPLE) Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 ne 19th St. Reform.
rabhi Joseph R. Narot. W
p in Sermon: "Tin- (*i lal
' Church And Oil 'l"he Campus" .
------a-^
fSRAELITE CENTER. 3179 SW irSth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
.Drann. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
rmirti Some Cruinhs From The
'''/ Min, ha :4& p.m.
rASSoyHR; sun.lay 6:30 p m. Mon-
I a in. Sermon: "i"aii We Proaa
' Bea?" Mincha > 30 p in TUea-
' i in 10:11! a m Yizkor Ber-
Sermnn: "What Rave l Kor-
Min.lia 7:47. pin.
5n OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
at Conservative, -"-^ibbi Ralph GIIk-
,mn. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
13 pin. an,I S p ni. Saturdaj
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL T80I Carlyle Ave.
O'thodox. Rabbi Isaac. Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 7/0 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CtNTER.
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa.
645
31
ni
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prepared in
the Greater
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BETH JACOB. 30, Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvahu T fewle-
sky. Cantor Maurice MimcMa, It
I'assi >\i".i: Sunda) v i" ^""
dat B SO and ; 30 p in Tueada) n 0
i.in riskor Memorial Services 10:3
., in s, in..... I ..Hi Takea A Holl-
Ba) '
BETH RAPHAET*"TTEMPLE). 1M5
Jefferaon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breah. 20
I'assiivku: Sunda) ; p.m. M inaj
:ui am Sermon: "Man la Hi- own
Worat tn.my Mincha WO p.m.
Pu.-.lay *<;30 a.m. Yltkor Memorial
Servlcea 10:46 am, Tu. -lay 'i.MO p.m.
BETH SHOloM* (TEMPLE). 4144
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Kroniah. Aasiatant Rabbi Jerroid
Levy. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday, IS i m. Oui l rmo
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,.,,.I.,,.-. h) .t.i.I' Barnvre, Mlnlxter
,.r Stati ..f l-i-i. I i" 1'nlted Nation-
Saturdai 10:45 a m Bar Mlti al
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, i., vlan and David Ch< aky, aon i Mr
iiinl Mrs. Dovld Baiter.
BETH TFILAH. 93e Euclid Ave. Ortho-
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Waahington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. SM
EMANU-EL (TEMPuc). 1701 Waih- |
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adier.
Friday ,; SO P "! Saturdaj
Children'* s. n Ii 10 :" '"
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PASSOVER Monda) 8:30 ft.m Ber-
h Pamh Tuesday
. | ,,,i s. i mi.n "Characti r of
,. ... |0:13 mi Yiskor
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM, 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bav Village. Conservative.
Cantor Leon Seqal. 32-A
PrTday 8 p.m Saturday 9 a m Mincha
PASK>VER: Monday a.m and H
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NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1028
N E Miam Gardens Drive Con.
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Canlur Tibor Mcaea. 3
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achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 84
Frida) m Saturdal' 8:30 a.m IIjii
Mltxvah 1.1 .'. daughti r of Mi
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i ., |i m Tuenda) ""
. n, Vli..... Mi morlal Scrvli 10:15
.i in
B'NAI RAPHAEL '401 NW 181rd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel
Cantor lack Lernrr S
Friday 8:1* P m Si rmon "R ibbl -
Convcnllun Keport." Saiurdn) : a.m.
ind 7 p in .
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nnd T p m Tui da) K' hron
Shi i Peaa ii 9 a m Yiskor Memorial
Si i \ Ii ea I" .....'
FT. IAUDERDAIE
BE1H ISRAEL i TEMPLE) 84' e
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldor
Edwarda. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Frida) s '' p.m Sermon "Wan Solo-
mon ill. Author?" Saturda) 9 .i m
Si rmon Va Itj Th) \. nn I- Vniu
ly."
PASSi IVBI! Sunda) 8:13 p m Set
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.mi Sermon: "Socmer or latter?" I
p.m Sermoi SI Ii m Slot 11.....1-
hyi Tu. *dn) 9 :i in Ylakor Mi mort
ni Servieen 10 n in Bermon: "Now
IVi Know."
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Richard M
POMPANO BEACH
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Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skcd.
Can.or Michael Frederick 44)
SURFSIDf
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATIO-:.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside, Tov-n
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vina

Friday ,; 13 p m Saturda) 9 .. in. ai l
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PASSOVER: Sunda) 7:15 p.m. Mo -
day '.' a.m. and 7:15 p.m Tueedn) 9
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Moderator: Rev. Luther (". Pierce
Guest: Joe Leonardo, Spectrum House
Panel: Rabbi Mayer Abramow it/, of TVmplc Menorah,
Rev Fred Harrison, Father Scan O'Sullivan.
To B- Repeated On Ch. t at :<:'l p-m. Suaday, May :il
Xpril'.'ii-ii. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour,
lost: Rabbi Tibor II. Stern.
Jacob c Cohen Community Synagogue
IprUttCh.~i. 10 ,1.111. The Still Small Voice
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^Tpicrida April 17, 1970_________________________________^______________Section B
uerrilla Testifies He Was Tortured
L-rvnNATIONS,N.Y. (JTA) .after his capture by [sraeli au- tute for Palestine Studies. He ad-
I
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DNATIONS, N.Y. (JTA
..,..,, guerrilla who
us in an Israeli Jail
. ial United Nations
was mistreated and
aware of other
subji cted ti> cruel
v was given by AJi-
33, a former English
- idenl .it Cairo Univer-
rved with the Popular
ii Liberation of Palcs-
the three-member U.N.
, which is in Beirut In-
allcged violations of
- in the Arab terri-
. ,i by Israel, Israel
,. I : !:i admit the gTOUP,
h .. hi aded by Ambassador
- Arm rasinghe of Cey-
it refuse s to investi-
vditions of Jew! in
il S.
ifa said a few hours
u
ni '
i.
i
aft. r his capture by Israeli au-
thority s. he was beaten and hunc
liom a metal bar by Ins wrists He
gave the Investigators names "t
Aiab prisoners who he said had
received worse treatment than he,
md aie still in Israeli prisons. He
al ..i ga\ e the nairi s of Israels
who allegedly inflicted torture,
"I consider myself mistreated
lather than systematically tor-
tured," hi' said, but he claimed
piisonai knowledge of other pris-
on is shocked vuth electric charg-
es and txat< n with cables and said
one man died from beatings.
Ambassador Amerasinghe said
every effort would be made to
cheek Mr. Khalifa's charges and
: accusations made by other wit-
nesses. I >ne witness was Prof.
Ueorge Dib, an assistant professor
d Beirut University who was de-
BClibed as an advisor to the Insti-
1 ite for Palestine studies. He ad-
mitted that he has not been to
to the Israeli-occupied Arab terri-
tories, but said he has systematic-
ally studied the situation through
two survey teams, i ni i f which
collects reports including informa-
tion I mm Israeli sources, including
Knesset debates and the Israeli
mi dia.
At the final hearings held in
London last week, tin- witnesses
included Christopher Mayhew, a
member of Parliament who is re-
garded as the leader of a pro-Arab
faction in the British Labor Party.
He admitted his personal know l-
dge of conditions in occupied ter-
i i itories was gaim d during a five-
| day visit to hast Jerusalem. Ga/a
I and Ramallah last January, and
said he had no first-hand knowl-
i dge of force being used during
the questioning of Arab prisoners,
but cited a report published by
Amnesty International recently, in
which the uncorroborated testi-
mony of Arab prisoners was pre-
sented as "prima facie" evidence
t th ir ninltri atment.
Israel Had Contacts W
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
Golda Melr has told an intcr-
\ iewer that Israel has had some
contacts with Arab officials
since the Six-Day War, but they
have not yielded positive results.
She said such contacts are im-
portant, "even though we have
rot reached peace through the n
- the in ri fact there can be
c tntacts is important."
Her comment regarding thi
talks with Joseph Sisco, United
States Assistant S ci
State for Ni ar Eastern Al I
ith Arabs Since 1967
was, "The atmosphere could not
have been better. Even inas-
much as there are dlfferenci -
of opinion and in my opinion
they are not very deep, t ie
basic fact is that there i- B
dialogue between friends and
there is no denial ol the main
issues. After that there can be
differences of opinion."
Rose Jr., president of the Jewish Home for the Aged
;'.a Gardens) and Rep. Claude Pepper (D-Fltt) who
ie principal speaker nt the Heine's recent 24;h annual
; in its Ruby Auditorrurn.
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list of 21 who have bei n
nominated by their organi-
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The award will be made at
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May 6. The award is spon-
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which Joseph Upton serves
as board chairman.
Rabbi S. Gershon Levi, spir-
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Jewish Center, who was or-
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logical Seminary of America
before serving as senior Jew-
ish chaplain in the Canadian
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has been elected to succeed
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Rabbinical Assembly at its
70th annual convention.
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+Jo*lsi>nt*-idten
FridaY.Apra:
m
Sunshine Chapter Sets
Mtriini; and Installation
The m m regalai mei ting oi
Sunshine Chop* 1085 B'nal
i Women, w 1)1 be held in the
i.niKiun Federal Auditorium,
m: iGTsh st North Mi
v h, .n 12 .<0 |..m. T wad ) Th
cake and win m.
s will i ; oi boi i! by
Frank Gaha and Min Rthel Cohen,
an cek*bi Irl hdaj s
T rl .i b r w III hoi I its
n th ;:. .in p.;.
I !ot< I al on i t> lay, Ma .
Ira Ad< l A tni sei ins,
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WORLD.S0VHT JqJ.
DAY IS
A Gc'.r. Mighl in Israel" waa held in behalf
of Israo! Bends al th? Carriage House r3-
Among the program participants
were Rabbi Lecn Kronish. (left) spiritual
leader oi Temple Beth Sholom who is a
national vice chairman of the Israel Bond
Elected Bv Biscayne Federal
Spear
I certifii d public account-
Sin* on D. Spi ar has bet n
li ct< 'l to the board ol din ctors
at Biscayne Federal Savings and
:. i Association, according to .'in
i incenw nt made by E, Albert
Pallot, chaiiman ol Blcavne Fed-
pral's board
A partm r in
firm i i >; .li.
Sh Idon, Safer
& Co aci ount-
ints, Mr Spi ar
w i \ ice pn ti-
nt and direc-
tor ol the Re-
. lie National
ltank, s< i!i i.i'>
and din ctor ol
S. ab :i: '1 Lift
tna u ance (' i
i\ financial
vice president of Republic Mort-
. .. >. He a Iso si tvi s as
;.:i officer and director ol Amen-
F 111--. li c ; farming com-
i any.
Mr. Spear, who earned his de
in Business Administration
at St. John's University ol New
Voi k, has taki n sm rial courses in
cine mil s and taxation at
i m\. rsity of Mia ni att^
Voi k l'iii\ersil
Organization; Lairy Aberman. executive di-
rector of the Carriaqe House, honoree at the
event; Mr. Aberman's wife and mother. Mrs.
Evelyn Aberman. and Rabbi Irving Lehrman
ot temple Emunu-El, who iz chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization board of governors.
Auxiliary
Speaker
hi.
N. >V
Simeon D. Spear
Mr-. Ruth Lebar Elected
R ith U-bai -- lati
. matics at Miami-
Juniot C Hi i as bet n
Dade B
nnd Pi I al '' n Clul
p VV. club in
. sh .. ill bo installi d by
' M .p 51 I of thi
; p VV. Clubs
Inc., at til D Plaza Hole'
Mav 6.
Mrs. kern Is
Association1
Mm. Murray Kirn, president <>t
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary,
will in' thi guest speaker .it a
South District meeting of the
Association ol Florida Hospital
Auxiliaries Wednesday al Pier 06
:n Ft. Lauderdalc. Her topic will
Orientation foi Largi Hospital
I loards < I>n rtnm "
Mrs Yale N Levinson honorarj
11 sidi nl ol Mounl Sinai, is pn
.li in of th< stati riM i/ '
Mis Fay Carpi ntei ol Dclray
! .ii li i< din > tui ol ttii So i'Ii
District, which encompasses 113
AuxUiai i- Mrs T< d Lotti rman
ol Miami is thi district chairman.
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*Jenist> rtoridiian
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'Jewish Mystique' To Be Reviewed At Kmanii-KI
a lo a.m. brunch will precede.port of the temple'i Adult Bduca-
sored Jointly by the Sisterhood and maiwP 'Mrs. Martin Smith and The jCwi8h Mystique." by Er-
The ixik to i' reviewed by
Dr. Irving Lehrman, the temple's
A 10 a.m. brunch will precede,part of the temple's Adult Educa- spiritual leader, in the Friedland
Parent-Teachers Association as ii Mrs. Herbert Buchwald
i (st Van i>in Haag.
Presented t .
'h People of (era*
*>y
'"' UB!i SAMUEl BLAIR
iM. Florirt. II c a
[< the wheel o! ono of four new ambulances turned over
S'.nte of Israel through the American Rod Mogers
)c\.J during dedication ceremonies held at the Hebrew
\ca."iemy of Greater Miami is Samuel Blair. local civic
leader. Benjamin Saxe of New York, national executive di-
rector cf the American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel. ; at left.
Mrs. Blair is flanked by Samuel Reinhard, vice president.
jr.c Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy,
had made arrangements for the dedication.
Ccob Barmore To Be A Pulpit Guest
ster to the United
Jacob Barmore. who
Miami t" be the principal
,,l the Third Seder Cele-
rod by 'I"' 1st a< I
I foui cil "i South Flor-
l ation "t the 22nd an-
ni [si at I'i independi nee,
, nt th< coveted Histadi ut
i Mr. and Mrs
Miami Bi u ;
.in si speaker al the
s,: \ k is of Temple B tii
Kronish, spiritual lead-
oi congregation, who serves
il li aid chairman of the
isladrut Foundation, has
to share the pulpit.
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*Jeist*ncrkte>n
FridaY- April 24
??p:esentativcs of the South Dade Hebrew Academy and
the YM-YWHA cf Greater Miami sign the agreement by
Ich classes will be held at the T during the 1970-71
: rademic year. From left are (seated1 Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal cl the Academy, and lack Katzman. newly-
eiected president of the Y'; (standing) Efraim Gale, execu-
tive director of the 'Y,' Rabbi Ralph Glixman, executive vice
zresident and Gary Frank, president of the South Dade
Hebrew Academy, which will expand from three to six
crades next school term.

EXAMS RESCHEDULED
BY SCHOOL BOARD
Final examination! inad-
\,i!.ntl\ scheduled by the
Dade (' intj School I
on dat< i c meting with thi
Shavuoth, wen- r-soh>,<'.wl<-<1
...ft. r tin- Rabbini al Assooia-
tion peti'tlbned fat a revision
in the school calendar. The
secondary school examina-
tions, originall) I I for Jane
9. lo and 11. will now
completed i>> June 9
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r.day. Apr'' 24,
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Fage 5-B
JCongress Groups Schedule Meetings
Micbel Wasserman will
si :i membership ua for the
I mini C.olda Meir Chapter
;,:, i u an Jewish Congress at
iron. Thuisday, April 30, in her
L mi ;>-K. 5001 Collins Ave..
|a:v.i Btach. Serving as hostesses
hi afternoon wiil be Mrs. Moe
kroner, Mais. Harvey Bklfirld
L Mrs Milton Toc-h.

jAii up-to-date history of the
| ,.-;t was to be presented
the l-':.'tO p.m. Thursday mect-
of the Justine Chapter. Amer-
Jtwish Congress, in the Card
m ol the Island Terrace, Mi-
ni Beach. The afternoon's host-
iv. re to include Mrs. Jack
TO, Mis. Ceil Yuloff. Mrs.
n H.ii nick and Mrs. lien
Ihv lift Id.

rof. Ellen F. Baum will review
Ki n-Hanan's "Our Man in Da-
uc lie Cohen" for the niem-
tsof tin Louise Wise Chapter of
.!' fish Con'Tess nt a
luncheon meeting to be held in the
Algiers Hotel. 2555 Collins Ave..
Wednesday. Apiil29. Mary Katz
and Lillian Townstnd will be the
hostesses.

"Problems of the Migrant Farm
Worker ... How Can We Help?"
will be James O'Keefe's topic at
i the meeting of the Miami Coral
. Gables Chapter of American Jew-
| ish Congress at noon Thursday.
April 30. in the social hall of Beth
David Congregation. 2625 SW 3rd
Ave. Mis. Sol Fri for the afternoon; a petite lunch-
eon will be served.
Shore Unit Meeting
The Shore Unit of the Papanico-
] Inou Institute of Cancer Research
1 will meet Monday noon in the
Holiday Inn at Collins Avenue and
22nd Street, Miami Beach. Mrs.
| Louis Baron, president, will pre-
<-id<\
Auxiliary Holding
Monthlv Party At
Douglas Gardens
Mis. Lawrence Silvcrman. pres-
ul< nt. will give the message ol
vv< lcome when the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Homt
for the Aged i Douglas Gardens >
' holds its monthly birthday party
.ombinid with a Passover party
i m the Home's Ruby Auditorium at
, i :45 p.m. Sunday.
The party is b< ing hosted by
' the Auxiliary's recording sccrc- ,
ary for the past 20 years. Ra<
Hammerman and her husband. [
i 10th wedding anniversary. Mr. and
Mrs. Hammerman, residents of tin
i'riton Towers, came to this area i
in 1941, and formerly owned and
ojieratrd the Promenade Hotel in
Miami Beach.
Taking part in the program will
be the Forte Players, under the
direction of Dorothy Mondres, and
I soloists Jen Rosenberg. Louis Ma-
kovsky and Sadye Padden, with
Mrs. Betty DeWitt at the piano.
Program chairman is Mrs. Louis
Makovsky.
Bus transportation to Douglas
Gardens may be arranged by call-
ing Mrs. Rose Antrov or Mrs.
Marilyn Truell. The public is in-
vited to att. ml the parly and pro-
gram, which will be followed by a
'rri.nl hwr.
Life members of Greater Miami Section, National Council
oi Jewish Women were honored at a "Day of Wine and
Roses" program in the Miami Beach Garden Center ar.i
Conservatory recently. Among those present were Mrs.
Irving Wexler, Section president; Mrs. Adrian Thai, who3 3
paintings were on display at the Center; Mrs. Mark CirUr..
Life Membership chairman, who served with Mrs. Burton
Levey as cochairman of the event, and Mrs. Aaron Far:.
a national vice president of the NCJW.
Judith Botwick Plans To Wed David Roth May 31
The engagement of Judith Gail
Botwick to David Roth has been
announced by her mother. Mrs.
Harry Botwick, 525 Vittorio Ave..
Coral" Gables.
The bride-elect, who has been
teaching a sixth grade class in
Miami, graduated from Coral Ga-
bles Senior High School and re-
ceived her B.Kd. degree from the
University of Miami, where she
was a member of Sigma T>< Ita
Tau social sorority. Her fiance, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth
of Squirrel Hill., Pa., received his
B.S. degree from Duquesne Uni-
versity, where he belonged to Beta
i Gamma Sigma and Beta Al^ha
! Phi honorary business fraternitii s.
| He is presently employed ai a
C.P.A. with Westinghousc Cor.), in
Pittsburgh.
The wedding date has been let
for May 31.


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April 24. 1970
* to*i Page 7-3
shoiom Set* Norton Tire Company, W10D Sponsor
Liai>iiip Fund Citations and Awards for Miami Drivers
Lfit Saturday
(dinner dancel
the Brother-
lh shoiom Sat-
lin J. Steiner,
in< sidenl ol the
Drotherh.....I has
announced. The
|>l ,ls nl Ih''
event, which is
lo be held in
the temple at
list Street and
( hase Avi nue,
M i a in i r- a< h
are earmarked
\ JJ I lor the Brother
hood's Scholar-
i j stfincr s|iip Fund, Mr.
si, in. r said,
Sam i-oim-r an
n ol the event,
Mis. Benjamin
and Mrs. Herbert
be the honored
Mrs Rimer, who
.,! tii. it 50th wedding an-
requested that
contributions to
: md and Mr. and
. in i> made a
-.,,i [Ktsonal contribution
i mak< scholar-
foi children wish-
li such programs
i amp Coleman.
.;i, :, 111 Clev< land,
and camp |
Torah Corns and
Dance Leaders
. rwick, N.V.
What is your usuai reaction
m hen you'n st ipp d by a motor-
j ili- pati olman' I >i s pa
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'hinklng "Do I have my di
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With the cooperation of the
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Norton Tire and radio station
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April 24, 1970
* fr*wr nrrMton
Paqe 9-B
lllene Freitag Becomes the Bride Of Dr. M. Isaacson
Mrs. Mene Freitag of Miami
Beach Ixcami' ih" bride o( Dr.'
Marvin Isaacson Mann 25 in rites
\>< rfoimed by Judge David Popper.
The bride, daughter ol Mrs. Jo-
> ph H. Rosenberg ot Denver.
Colo., and the late Mr. Rosenberg,
who was owner and publisher of a
mimupriof newspapers in the mid-
west, graduated from the L'niver-
Ity of r> nvei. did her | idus
work ai the University ol Colo-
rado and headed the Journalism
: artm nl at McCook C tl< .;.
Mc< ''>k. N'i I)., befon i omin ; to
MRS. ISAACSON
GALS BETH PlOfKIN
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Her husband, a i n utenanl in the
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Dr. Isaacson i-. a clinical Instruc-
tor on the faculty of the Univer-
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end .v cutive director of the P. In
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pi actice i i [ liami !; ach, wh< re
thi couple wi.l bi making thi h
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Gale Wot kin Engaged To lien join in It. .idler
After completing tin ir educa-
tion in South Florida, the couple,
whose marriage will take pine
Sept, (i. will make their home in
Israel.
Lenox Aw.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagi menl ol their
laughter, Gale Beth, to Benjamin
B. Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
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North Miami Beach.
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A graduate of Miami Beach
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Miami-Darie Junior College, and
will complete her studies in Die-
tetics at Barry College. After
graduating from high school in
Southfield, Mich., the prospective
bridegroom attended Wayne State
University, where he majored in
music and sociology. He is a mem-
ber of Alpha Kpsilon Phi social
fraternity.
Tropical Cancer League
Luncheon-Book Review
Tropical Cancer League of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver was to hold a luncheon meet-
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Mrs. Aaron Kapit is president of
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*Jew Isti ncridiiairi
OUR SINCERE
WISHES FOR A
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STEPHEN ROSENBERG
Steprn n,vAlan. son or Mrs Rutho
I: Fink anil Malcolm RosonK rg,
will he callid to
the Torah as a
Bar Mit/vah at
Temple Rmanu-
El on Saturday.
April 25.
Stephen is a
student at
Nautilus Junior
High School,
where he is in
the seventh
grade.
will be honored
the home of his
and Mrs. Jack
J Fal'k of Miami Beach, after the
worship services. His grandmother,
Mrs Lake Rosenberg of Roanoke.
-V.v. will be among the gueata at
he festivities.
Sttphen ls*krf
The a lebrant
at a reception in
grandparents, Dr
IRW1NN MITZENMAtHER
Irwinn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Mitztnmachcr. 8740 SYV 25th
St.. will become Bar Mit/vah at
Temple Or Olom Saturday morn-
ing. April 25.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Rockwav Junior High
School and plays clarinet in the
school's band.
Irwinn's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat following the Fri-
day night services as well as the
Kiddush in the temple on Satur-
dav in his honor.
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its 30th season June 10. it has
boon announced Cuisine at the
inn. which has accommodations
for 125 guests, is Jwish-American
style; pastries and rolls will again
be prepared by Arthur Rubin, a
graduate of the Culinary Institute
ol America.
The popular mountain resort
founded by the late Joe Rubin in
11941, is Ning managed for the
10th year by Stuart and Carole
Rubin. It Ls adjact nt to the H n-
<1. rsonville Country Club's 18-hole
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innounces
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HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA


I April 24. 1970
*Jeni*t) fkridirun
Page 13-B
,|,i Lehrman Is Luncheon Speaker
I., hi man. spiritual
Temple Kmnr.u-Fl. will
,, _, speaker Wednesday
i. Ha lassah Hospital
, Dri i. .:. h on" to b.
.. Hotel. -Mis-
i, A-,.:y prAtdcrA <>f tlw
r ol Hadas-
,,d.. .*<*'-'-
: a are expected
, i which
. v ; provide the en
.,',.-, Mi N It Barth is
of the lunch-
| nn ittee mi m-
Sh< rman Fast.
. _.. Mrs Petei
I I Kunta
.Mrs. Henrli tto
! uban, Mrs.
Mi Emanu I
: iid Rheinwald.
Irs. Philip F
>.(.'., and has been appointed to
In- President's Commission on
.'bsci'nity ar.d Pornography.
MBHS PTAs New
Officer! Presented
lr. J twA'V';7J siti "f offlwrs will
i" presented at the election por-
lon of the u eting preceding the
Miami B' ach Si nior High School's
ta program ;-i the school's audi-
oihim Wednesday at 7:45 p.m.,
Mis. M". 11 Ros n n i... president,
tas annoui
:..: ar In-
lud Mrs ,! ph Rosenkrantz,
n sid arl, pn si-
l nt-el Mrs. I lai Pert noj.
'.:>-a '.. is. Mrs Stuart
tai obs : Ri hai ii Flink,
pi n Lee,
oi n S[K>nd:nj ere! ary; Mi s.
; i che, who is Harrj Grcei i.. recordin : -
Men's Hadassah
ItrS
i ...... who recently
,.t,,! the Jewish community
lar; Mrs Harry Needelman,
tn a ind Mi s, Lew is Gor-
rer.
S< r\ ins; on the hospitality corn-
World Conference onRe-lmittee I I by Mrs. Donald Bar-
Geneva. Switzerland, is mack and Mrs. [rwin Teplis, will
resident of the Syna- Mrs. Burton Kali". Mrs. S. Le-
America. He has .inc. Mrs Hans Marcus,'. Mrs. Al-
on President Nixon's spe- (red Mart, Mrs Harold Rand, Mrs.
| itee studying Food, Nu- Sidney Stein and Mrs. Martin
M alth in Washington, Steiner.
A Is Lee Vogel
il the most po]
[; sin! <'f radio
WK \"."s "Talkmasters"
.,1 age ol 12 ati. r a
ntle with Hodgkin's
of the lymph
.: ) yean in broad-
| | came to Miami
winning the Peabody
an expose of neo-Nazi
Kks in the Minneapolis St.,
He j lined WKAT in
II three yt-ars \*ith radio i
\i IVQAM. A political mini- |
frequently sjxjke on the
Th. Dangers of the Ex-
and Right."
w hose burial was to
11 i 1 p.m. Friday is sur-
tlis wife, Marion, and
Dies At Age Of 42
five children soi > Robert, Marl:
and Harry, and daughters Karen
and Erika
DAVIDOWITZ
passed Rwa)
Thurmlu
mi "11 -: -1 .
21 nl Road,
Came here
years ago fi >m Chester, Pa.,
member ( Beth Kodesh Synagogue
Survived by husband Abraham;
daughters Rhoda and Mn Marion
Dron.sk) prandi hlldren Debbli Ro-
bin and Richard; brothers Barnej
and Fred Bog-In, both < Philadel-
phia; sisters Mrs Minnie Bhanlro
o( Miami Beach and Mrs. Edna
N'assa i o( Philadelphia Services
and Ii lermenl In Philadelphia, Pa ,
local arrararements >> Rrreralde
Doualas Road Chapel
'*gP
ftuteralVfapet
M.'mbpr:
|Uonal Funeral
Aaan
^orida Funeral
A sun.
J P l> A.
vJan'or Joseph Moore, who has
served the Eehillath Jacob Con-
gregation ir. Mcttapcn. Mass.,
as cantor fcr seme 13 years,
ha?. b*en engaged to serve as
cantor ci the Cuban Hebrew
Ccnaie-yaticn of Miami Beach.
Chapter Installing
Its 1970-71 Officers
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of ',
B'nai B'rith Women will install
its officers for 1970-71 at ~:30
p.m. Wedni sday al the Top O" The i
Inn. 1111 Royal Poinciana Blvd.,
Miami Springs. A highlight of the
\ c ::'.' v ill be the i.-: sentation
11 the "Avodah" award to a mem-1
I'd- judged to have contributed
mosl to the good of the chapter
and community, and a skit pre-
sented by the "Eleanor Roosevelt
Playt rs."
Offio rs to be installed include
Mrs. Danul Good, president; Mrs.
Phllbin Marks, membership, Mrs.
JeiTJ Simms, ways and means, and
Mrs. Rose Gallon, program, vice
presidents; Mis. Leonard Kotler, I
recording, Mrs. Richard Kaplan,
corresponding, and Mrs. Hen Berg-
(r. financial, secretaries; Mrs. Al-
len Moss, treasurer-. Mrs. Herbert
Haber, historian; Mrs. Stanford
Best, counselor. Mrs. Arthur Bass-
man. treasurer of B'nai B'rith
District 5. will serve as the in-
Stalling officer.
INVESTIGATE
CREDIT CONTROL SERVICES
CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICES
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTMENT ADVISORY
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International City Bldg.
4471 N. W. 36th St.
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Open Every Oaf Closed Sobbolfc
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miwrit Only Strictly Jew.ih
Monument Deoler
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
lor Jon J-iincral 3735533
HURMOND
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"We Don't Sell For less But We Do Sell the Btst
Look for th* only two story bwiMtwB in mo block.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1494
In UK Estate ol
Mi >ums <"' nii:.\
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are herebj notified and requir-
ed ic. preseut an} claims ana demand*
which *"u may have against the es-
tate ..i MORKIS Ct>HE.N deceased
late "f I'.ei. Count) Florida, i" the
Counts Judges ol Dade County, and
file the same i" duplicate and a.-- pro-
vided in S<.......i T33 IS. Florida sun
utei in Iheir offices In the Count]
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
wiiliin -.in calendar months from the
time ..f the first publication hereof,
, the same ill I"- barred
Pateil nl Ml im Kl< rlda, thia ."in
da) of April, a D :: ',.......
SAN I-1'l.1' S FAI NEE
\~ Executor
Flrsl publication of this notice oi
Hi. .iih day of Apt
FAl'NCE. FINK .V: Pl>RMA>
. | .. Illda .
Miami, !'!! Ida
ii: i >:t
LI leys ror
Executor and Estate
NOTICE OF SALE
Know all '"''. thai there will be a
ale al '"" AM "ii Wednesday, JIM
II 1970 al whh h Umi ill household
.....l- and personal affects will be
mid al Public Auction f satisfy liens
ror storaca chaniea ,'">! "' tranapor-
tation charges, aald |.....to on.- i 11 Uoomli Harvey Mlael, I.ibb)
Mosher, Charlea Jaeobaen, Lharlea
Bngllah, CaMr. Acktol aad T_ Collins.
The sale shall be h.-l.i at JI!'S vVaat
sih Court. Ilialeah Florida, anil shall
he conducted M UW uiulersm-noii
warehouseman mnmaa
S MAI ATKSTA 4 SONS
Andy Malatesta. Jr Owner
Andy Malatesta, Jr
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Friday 8 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
HOUSE OF DOORS
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IEGAI NOTICE
tlif COUNTY JUDGES COURT
*,HAND 'OB DADE COUNTY.
1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-935
JOHN R BLANTON
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HOE TOCREDITORS
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. 11. mands Agnlnsi Bald
.,].. notified and 11 null
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have .iu::""-' Ihi
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,i |>ad< County, and
file
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dupli, ati and at pm
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AN'J FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-824 (Dowling)
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
iind All r.i-.'ii- Hav-
i in.....i- Againsl Said
.ii notified and n quired
v la I ma ,i id demand*
v ii ni.u have against the ea-
J, SA.MI Bl< BOTWIN ,1......it -.-.I
. mil). Florida, i" the
fix Ui.Il. of Dade County, and
j,, duplicate and as pro.
Ion T II i. Florida Btat-
fflees in il>, County
ii |>ada County, Florida,
idar months from the
firsl publication h< reof,
ii h. i,. rn \i .Mm. Florida, thla 17th
h, v l> 1970
M VIM r.'iTW IN
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i>l April, 1970
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LEGAL NOT ICE
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
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ever since we hired that Guru!"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY tJIVEN that
id,- undersigned, desiring to ngage
in busi ran under thi n, litloua name
,,f ci i.N'l h >|{ ,'i i mot in. i at 825
s \\ 62 Avenue, Miami, Florida In-
tends i" register aaid name with the
'Ui i. of ill, Circull Court of Dadi
County, Florida
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XEI.S' 'X ,\ I I M.I MAN
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Miami, Fla ri31*>4
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E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LE\ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[O17 rLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-6204
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NOTICE OF SUIT
- r KTNICK OAHAOAN
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..... divorce haa been
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ropj ,'f your a rlt ten de-
tn II ..ii HENRY N< >R-
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ki.il a nil ihe Clerk ,.f the above
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vijm Judgmenl bj default
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K II I BATHERMAN
In I'ln mi Court
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-6190
[NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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for l Hvorce has la n
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Iher Pl< adrng to the Com-
tin Plaintiff! attorney,
.R IMK5ER8, whoae address i-
f 14th Sir-, i. Miami. Florida .
l rile the original with the I
abovi styled Court, on or I
"i day of May. 1970 or
Mult will I.....m.r.d airalnst
Ihli 9th .lav ,.f April, I lit,
B II I.RATHERMAN
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liIH.E.C0UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
|IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1211
Lp Dowling
f'- Batateof
r'BOORKIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" < ivdltora and All Paraona Hav-
uini-, ,,r li,.man,| Agailtat Said
i iir. hereby notified and r.iuir-
'Pri -in any ,-lalm.- and demandx
you 111.iy hav- acalnal the ea-
, l JACOB OORRIN deceaaod
' I..,,- County, Florida, to the
1 lUdgea ,.f |>a,|,. county, and
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UJJJ iii 8ectlon 731.18, Florida
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.il,ln ix calendar month*
"" im.- of the firm publication
thi lame will I,- barred.
, Miami. Florida, thla 7th
,"''l. A I). 11170.
'">SH B8ICOW OORKTN
r,. \- Bxeoutrix
f. W'liiiiiinii of thi notice on
L"AI" QROS8
r,!'">' for
W|M JACOB CORKIN
'"''"I'l Road
" Reach, Florida
4/17-^4 r./l-8
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
INTHENAMEANDBYTHE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Ml. TO NH'i.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COMB ISREETINtlS:
WhereaK, MARTIN WOOLIN, Per-
mi. Florida; C \ CHAMHER8, .III .
Pi ion, Florida; C A. CHAMBERS,
SIL. Princeton, Florida did on ih-
;3rd .i.i\ ..i February, a |i 1968 rauw
i,, In nrporated under Ihe lawa "i
Ihi Stall of Florida PHACEFCL \ ll.
LACK CtRP, a i-orporntion, with n
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KJNE DAUB COl'NTY in the Stall
d| K oi dn, and when an h cor-
poration did on Ihe ISth da) of Iprll,
All 1970, hum ',, be filed in the
office ol the l>e|>artment ,.f stale ,.i
the State ,.f Florida the documental-)
authnrltj r..!iiii-,l under Section
".-> :;. Florida Statute*, allowing the
dlHxolutlon of HiM'h corporatli i
Now, therefore. Ihe (Secretary of
State KoInK and that he ii aatlafled that
ih- r, .inn. in. lit* ol the ln have
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IN WITNESS \VHBKBf>P, I have
hi reuntu ai l m> hand and have af-
fixed thi fSrcal Real of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, ih
thlK the FIFTEENTH daj i
A D. 1970
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. i
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. TO. 1380
In RE; Ratal! ol
FA V lilti ISSMAN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. \!l l"i edltoi and All Pi r oua Ha%
|ng cialrnx or Demandu AKalnat Said
Batali
s,.,, an hi : by notlfb and requrr-
, ,1 t, preai hi m> claimti .,:.' di mundr
which "U ma) hav* attains! the es-
tate of FAY tlKOHSMAN deceaal
iii. of im,I- County, Florida, i" the
Count) .Iu.Ik..... Dade County, ><>*
ill, the sami in duplicate and as pro-
vided ni Sec.....i 731.16, Florida Stat-
i,... m their offices In the Cou t)
Courthouse In Mad. County, Florida,
within nix calendar in,.nibs from the
time of ih. first publication hereof, or
the same will i barred. |
Dated .ii Miami. Florida, ilii> th
day "f April, am l70
HARRY OROS8MAN
As Administrator
First publication of 'his notli....."
the I7th day of April. 1970.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Administrator
,, Bl-oayne Bulldln, ^ g
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDL.ES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7C-7I5 DOWLING
In RE Estatl cf
. JENNIE l> LION
ii. ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate;
Y quired to presi mi any claims and u-
inands which ^"ii may have aftaitisi
lati ..f JENNIE M IJON de-
...is. ,| late ,.t Dade County, Florida,
i" rht County Judges nf Mad- County.
;.....I file the same In duplicate and as
I provided In Section 7:;:; 16, Florida
. Statutes, in their offices in th- Cour,-
I ty Courthouse in Mail- County, Flo-
rid.i. within six calendar month* from
Ihe run- of Ihe first publlcal..... here-
of .,r ih- -.mi. ill be barn d.
I i.ii. d ai Miami. Florida this J'
of Man h. A m 1970.
IIEKTII \ WINARD
As l->. <-uiri\
Firsl publlcal on of this notii
I .l.i nf Vnril. 1970.
CI^AI'DE I. EICHEI,
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Ml....... Floi Ida 13130
3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1472
In RE; Bstnti I
i|i\ MON8TEIN,
[,. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an,I W Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified .n\*i re-
quired to preai iii an) > lalmt and
mands which v..u may hav- against
ih. estate < IDA MON8TEIN, de-
ceased late ,f Mad- County, Florida,
to ih- Count) Judges ,.f Mad- County,
and file Ihe same In duplicate n'.id
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In thi Ir offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse ,n Ma.I- County, Flo-
rida, within -i\ calendar months from
.ii- inn- of :'i, firsl publication
hen of or Ih. -.mi- v, ill be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida this 16th
.lay ,.f April, A I 1970.
i:i.\\ \RD \ COHEN
As Executor
Firsl publication nf this notice ,.n
Ih. 24th day nf I pi II, 1970
KtltT WEI 1-ISi'll
\ -m. v for
I'.--,', nf 'I A M" "NSTEIN,
I......as-,1
'.,7 Vlmerln Avenue
Con I Dables, Florid! 13134
I'24 5/1-8 IS
in the county judge's court
in and for dade county.
Florida in probate
No. 85660 GEORGE T CLARK
In RE Estate of
H \> DEE >RTIZ
Decea ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iti- "i I ii mnndf. Againsl Said
i!
N" ii are hereby notified and re-
qulreil to present an) claims and de-
.......Is ivhich you ma) have against
the estate ol HAYDEE I >RTIZ di -
ceased late nf Dade County, Flo-
rida, to tin Count) Judges of Dade
'.'ounty, and fill th' same In duplicate
and ., i i>i -v ded in Se, lion 7:;:'. 16,
Floi da SI atutes, in Ihi Ii offii es In
the uini Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Flilrlda, \. Ithln -i\ i all i
ir,,in Hi- inn- ,.f the firsl puhl
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lint, .1 al Mil ml, Florida I
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the 3rd day i f April, 1970.
SAI I. COOPER
Mii.rin i\
Sun- i '_'::. Si ybold Building
1 : IOJ7-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-6R33
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VV1I I.IA M I Kl'RKS,
Plaintiff,
vs
VNNETTE II Bl'RKS,
Defendant,
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San I hego. 'alifornia
You, ANNETTE H RI'RKS an
In i bj not If I, ,l thai a Kill ,,i "nm
plaint f,.r Divorce has been filed
agalnat you, and you are required to
serve a copy >f your Answer or Plead-
ing i,, ih- Mill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs ......rney, ROBERT ll
in UN's E8QITRR, 3.10 Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach, Florida 33139 and file
Hi- original Answer or Pleading in
the office ..f the Clerk .,f the Cir-
cuit Court -ii or before the 27th day
..f May. 1970 If you fail to do so,
Judgment b) default "ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in Ihe Bill of Complain!
This notici shall hi published once
each week for four cfiiseiutlvc weeka
in Till-; JEWISH Fl ilMMIAN
MOM-: \NM IRDERED al Miami.
Florldn. this 16th da) of April A.M.
1970
B It, I EATHERM VN. Cli rk
L'lreull Court, I 'a.l, Counl v, F
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I i.llty Clerk
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. 70-7030
MARIA /.IMMI.ILMA.N
versus
jack ZIMMERMAN.
You JACK ZIMMERMAN. Apt. N"
23 on S0J .".!'ih Street, wesl New
York, New J-rs-y, 07093, are requir-
ed to aerve upon -I C LACSSEL
Counsel for Plaintiff, .i* Seybold
Bldg.. Miami. Florida S3US, '' copy
,,f your Answer to the Complalnl for
Divorce filed uRainal you, i""1 to nie
viiur Original Uiswer with thi undi r-
slgned clerk of the Cin-ull Court, and
to do this not later than May 82. ';"
If vi.u fail '" do s".. Judgmi il b) r>, -
fault will be taken againsl you,
Mated: April 2. 1970, Miami.
K B. I.KATHI'.IIM W.
ci.rk. Circuit Court
iu \ a iicwktt
Deputy Clerk
.ii.SF.MH c i.AissKI.. Attorney
Ti.s Seypold Bldg Miami, Fla 18131
T-l I74-8674. .,,-,.,- '
4 24 ., 1-s-l ,
Fla
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-1445
la RE; Estate !
KARL UAl'MOARTNER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and \ll Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or !' m.in.I- Againsl Said
Estati
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed i" present any claim* and demand*
which you ma) hav- agalnat the es-
tate of KARL rAlM'-.AlvTM'.lt de-
ceased late of Mad. County. Florida,
to the Count) Judges -f Made Coun-
ty, and file ih- same In duplicate and
as provided i.. Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in iheir office* In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In I'ad- Count). Florida,
within six calendar months from the
Him -f the first publication hereof,
or the same will lie barred.
Mated at Miami. Florida, this IS
da) f April. A.M. I70.
ANNA BA1TMOARTNER
A- Bxi cutrlx
Firsl publication of this notice on
the 24th day of April. 1!'70
MTCHAEL S H< IIJJBBRO, of
ZEMKL KA1 FMAN A ZKMBL
Attonn v for Kxea Utrix
4L'" Line,,In Road, Miami Beach
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN thai
th- undersigned ilesli i-- to engage
,,. busln, w ri ISO Ui I*) Road, Sulti
302, .Miami Hiach, 1- ii.rida under
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 70-6813
NATHAN BRl l\VN,
Plaintiff,
IM EANi III BRO V
Defci danl
Tl': El BA N'l IR RR< >\VN
1 I34"i Broadway
Island Park,
I Nassau Counl \. Nev. Yin i.
You. Bl EANOH IlltliW N. nn
by ii.iiii'i..l that -> Bill "f Complaint
for I 'iv ore* has In a fib ,l ugii
you, and you ar. required to scrvt ..
cop) of your Answer or Pleudlng to thi
; BUI ..f Cnrnpln, ii on the Plaintl
attorney, \\'ll I.IAM .....I.DWORN
P.l > Bos l..., Miami. Florida ::::i !"
an.I file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in ih- office -f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ..n or before the 29th I
day of May, 1970 If you fail to do
.... ludgmenl Ii) di null ill be I
against you for the relief demanded!
m ih- Bill of Complalnl
. This notice -hall hi published nnei
H'eek for four onsi cullve v i
In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
11. I.*1 I: AND Mill BH Fl ,,i Miami, i
Florida, this Hith da) "i April A.D. I
K 11 I BATHERMAN. Clerk,
CIreuil Viui I I mdi County, F >.i Ida
By; C IV COPEI AND
Deput) Clerk
,i 'ircult 'ourl Seal i
\v n.l i \M J ;"i DWORN
AND ass' m ', \i i :s P A
An,.i ne) for Plaintiff
P i Box 126
I69S "oral \\ il)*. Suit'
Mi.nm. 'I
I 24 1
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEN that h)
virtue of Chapter 078 ,.t Florida stat-
utes Annotated (,1941) Warehouse-
Hen has in us possessii i the follow-
In ABB VAN i inks Florida i oi
I..... h\ virtt.....f its warehouse
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL.^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1072 '
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
BE VTRII i: \\ SH ERW IN,
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri ditoi and All Persons I --
mi: Claims <>i Demands Againsl t
K l a I.
N ,-u an hereb) notifiwl ..n.l v-
-,| to presi ni mi) claim mid denia i-t
which \"U ma) have againsl ih*
tale ..i BEATRICE u SHBRV M,
wl lati of I lad, I 'ounl) Fa
I,, lb- i'..nm> Juil inde County,
and file thi I
ai pi.,. nl. Sia lutes, ill Ii. r i iffli In the 1' -
i -. Courthousi In Dadi (*ouut)
11.la. w ii|i,i, x i i eiular month* 9
the lime nl I pul at ion I
of, >,r
i nl Mlani Fl la, :ln- 13
\ I
IRA SHERW IN
\ Vdl
First publ a
liEl 'I;, .i; ''.I I BERT
A i torin > for Adn i
.-u 229 I Mil i ...... I '' Bldg
: : I '.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N" "TICK IS HEREBY CD EN B
Undersig neil, desiring ti el
in i.u-' und, r the fb'th nu- nu
of ICWIN II MAKOV8KY IRV *
II MAKOV8KY, MM. IRWIN H.
MAKOVSKT. M M P.A ai i
.......in, Avi nue, Miami Bi ach, I
rlda Intenda i- register -.ml n.. ra
ivith the Clerk -i the Circuit C Jit
I i ide County, Florida,
I It WIN II MAKl 'VSKY, VI.D., P
si.\|i i.v. ii a i s \- c,l:l'N l'\\ ERG
ai tori -i for
lltu IN ll M VKOV8KT. MM P A
< 10-17 .'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring In tngagi in
business under the flctitinui
ABNER MILLER, ABNER Mil.I.IK.
K.-.|.. ABNER Mil LER, Ksquire, A .-
NER MILI.KR. P.A.. I"7 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to ro-
ister said names with thi Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Man- County. Floi
ABNER MILLER P A
SIMON, HAY'S ft CRl'XDVt ERC
101 Unsle) Bldg Miami. Fla, 3313:
Attorneys for ABNER MILLER, P
;-24 :. i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEX that
th- undersigned, di-slrliiu b eng; --
a business under the fictitious name
nf EI.EtiANTE APARTMENTS A.-
s. .. i ATI'S. LTD al numher ls.l-l-'i
N I-; 168th Street, In the I'll) of Nm
M lami Bi noli, Florldn. Intend
regli it ih- said name wttn thi CI
,.1 thi Circull Court of Dade Cou
Florida.
HARRY SCC.ARMAX
R< IBERT II BARON
4 l7-:'4 3 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N, iTICE IS HEREBY 01*1 EN I
the ui..... B wl r, r to i ngagi
bu under the ficl Itlous nn mi
BI Bi TRi INIC Cl ll." R SERVICE
i "i s VV lTih Ave., Miami, Inten
-., :.' Ii.i in. with thi "
..f ib. i ii. mi 'oui i "i Dade i !ou
Florldn
I HSI'S
(i VRCIA
4 17-21
1 -
Hen has iii Us post sslon ihe follow -
Ing described property;
I s-il Household K.....1- as ihe propert)
of I'MWAKli C.HI8SOM whoae his'
known address was P.O. lira .....
Blm-ayne Annex, Miami. Florida and
that on '1" 8tll day of May, 1970 dur-
ing the legal hours ol sale, mainly
between 11:00 forenoon and !:.....n
the .,iT-ni..on at 2136 N.W. 24th ^ve-
une .Miami. Florida the undersigned
-hail offer for sale to the lilghesi
bi,bI. r for a.-h in hand the above
described property of EDWARD
ORISSI >.M ,
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihis 6th
,|.,y of April. 1970. 4/17-4
N
f HCARANTEED
si ppi IBs ;
Is to ri glater -aid
rk of the Circull I
n >\. Florida
JACK S'H M'l'"
ii \i;\ i:y RICHM \n. i-:sq ,
4:',i Lii.....In Road,
Miami Beai h, Florida .....
4 17-24 1 *
ihe fictitious nami
I N'ST IT I 'Tl' INAI.
BQl'IPMBNT mi.
name with thi '
.'..uri of Dad
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1450 George T. Clark
..uilOE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate "i
HARRY HITMAN
a h a ll VRRY S 111 TMAX.
I lecensed,
To All "redltors ami All Peraons
Having ;,,.,,. or >. mandr
vu.iinsi Sai.i Estate;
You are hi n b) notlfb .l and requl '
r.. present an) claims nnd deaiai
which you ma) have againsl the
-.1 HARRY RI'TMAN a k a IIAi:r.
s RI "I'M a N. de, eased late of I lade
County, Florida, to the County Ju
,,f Dade County, and i Ii Ihe same in
duplieati and as provided in 8i
733.10 Florida Statuti -. In their ol -
thi '' mnt) i 'inirthouse
l i.i.i. 'ount), Florida w thin six
. ndar nn.miis from the lime of II
firsl publi, ai Ion hen of, or ihi
will be I.a, i. 'i
Mated .il Miami Floi i.la. ihi- 1 I h
da) nl April. A M i;.7"
SEYMOt'R w KISBERQ
As Executor
Firsl publication of this noli, m
the I7lli da) nf April I970
ENCtLANDEH A BCRNETT
jly; Martin Burnett
Attonn > for K\ utor
I Lincoln It-a,I Building
111 ach, Florida
I 17-24 S '
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20772Acts of 1941
File Nn 69 A 1792
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIYI'N tint
HEN BOSKIN bolder of City of
Miami Tax Sale Certificate No 161
is.-u-.l the M day ,,f June, AM. 1967
ha- filed -am. in m> office, and baa
in.-1. application for a tax de*d to
I,, issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
propert) In the County of Mad.-. BtaU
of Florida, lo-wlt:
i/.i 29 Block .',. North Liberty Clt)
Anal. I'lal Honk 41 Page BI "
lb. County of Dado, State of Flo-
rida.
This dead will be issued subject in all
,,tli.r outstanding delinquent Count)
taxes ami 1969 County taxes and
City of Miami laxt-a and hens
The a--, -sin-in ,.f aald propert)
under ih- -aid certificate was in Ihe
name of; HILLY JUANITA HO-
WARD
I'nless -.mi certificate shall be re-
deemed......nrdlng lo law. the pro-
perl) described herein uill he sold !
ihe highest i ,.l.i, v for cash at the
Courthouse door oil Ihe first Monday
in thi month of May, 1970, which ll
lb. lib duy of May. 1970,
Dated 'in- snth day of March. 197.'.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
i, rk -f Circuit Court,
l Mde Count) Florida
B) : P. I". c.ll.MSTRAND
I,. puty clerk
i ii in nn 'ourl s. al i
l 4 lll-17-'.'4
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