The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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fewislh Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
iber 18
Miami, Florida Friday, May 1. 1970
TWO SECTIONS-Price
Split In Cabinet
rges Over Hebron
IT.*.1 a new
i '. I '.it'im I
(lo parmanint
the occu-
Bniii en the
jpig on th''
inn affair, it
controvei By
Ida Meir's 22-
iral. coalition
the Impres-
liolithic unity.
.Illlr tO till'
tli when Dep-
Allon an-
alriision to
usInK for 350
j:l. i-llt to t lli-
llllt two dozen
fcve been living
kt two yearn
of t hr mill-
am pound.
Tl [>pi d by a
Kn< S( n ajority on M in h 25,
I ii 11 ,-i rtain ministers, notal Iy
thosa : Mapam, had misgivings
that such .i move was a fait
arcon pli 1 I could li ay Israi l
Hi xibility in an future p ac<
negotiations with the Arabs, a
more flexible approach has been
favored by Foreign Minister
Abba F,ban. but on April 7 he
said the plans to establish a
> rmanenl Jewish settlement in
the Hebron area would not prej-
udice any future political agree-
ment that might be reach) d
with the Arabs and declared
that any settlement must pro-
vide for open frontiers because
"Israel will not resume living
in a ghetto."
Minister Without Portfolio
Ali'ii:i In-ill Beigin, leader of the
n.it i mum list Herat faction, leveled
a hitter personal attack on the
Foreign Minister, accusing him
of "deliberately and willfully
distorting < ablnef decisions." In
an address to the Herat party
council, he called Mr. Khan an
"unintelligent boor" for nuking
a remark in a recent newspaper
interview in which he equated
the extreme "no peace" stand
ol Kl Fatah with the attitude ot
certain Israelis who insist that
every inch of occupied territory
lie retained to form "a greater
Israel."
Further fuel was added to the
Hebron controversy Saturday
when the Army announced that
a 750 acre area east of the town
was being sealed off for military
purposes. Brig. Gen. Shlomo Ga-
zit said it was a security meas-
ure to combat terrorism, which
has been on the increase in the
Continued on Pag* 8-A
el Urgently Requests
ission To Buy Planes
Report
Israel has
argent request
purchase addi-
ind other jot
United States,
[ir announced
i ssagi to the
\'s appeal fol-
clnsurc of the
lyed by Soviet
Ir war being
Egypt'h mlli-
a matter of
t>ng Israeli of-
th.iu a week,
lieen relayed
[regarding the
D\iet pilots by
Is. liaised on in-
MMIMi reveal
k\e taken over
lErypt's air de-
[fl'iwii hirulreds
S-'.'Is dm lag the
freeing Bgyp-
Ifa usive missions
I- rai 11 n orta
| j | I ; ilots in
________Wfc\- the can il, but
dti 11. mti nek d I
foi st< pped-up
tlc" i\ity, i nc i sti-
Hi' ', ,..iii r "f So-
^riMiie in Egypt
at 150, enough
pt's shortage of
|nel.
nine Soviet
owned in combat
lal several weeks
It lieen confirmed.
jng-range artillery
bei 1, airing on
Ins acioss the Suez
daily for the past
Cairo spokesman
claimid Egypt's long-range ar-
tillery had scored several direct
hits on bunkers housing Israeli
soldiers. The shelling and a 15-
mtnute air strike launched by
Israel against the battery came
as Israel market! the end of its
eight-day Passover holiday.
Israel claimed it shot down
two Soviet-built Sukhoi-7 fight-
er bombers Tuesday in a dog-
fight; an Egyptian spokesman
claimed a French-built Miragl
fighter attampting to break up
a formation of Egyptian bomb-
ers was downed by fire from a
MIG-21.
Ni kther country acknowledgi d
its losses in the operation which
was th- sixth air strike against
Israeli i ositions in the Sinai in
the last ten days. Egypt ai
nounced thai large formations
i i its warplanes bombed posi-
tions frcm the Gulf of Suez to
the vicinity of Port Said. Israeli
plains had struck at Egyptian
military targets in the Gulf and
Suez Canal area earlier in the
day.
Syrian jets attacked Israeli
in.sit ions on the Golan Heights
for the first time since Deccm-
l.r Saturday. A Syrian spokes-
man claimed they inflict' d
heavy losses and casualties, but
Israel reported the four Syrian
MIG-21s atnmptrd to bomb a
hilltjp bunker in the Gesber re-
gion, missed their target and
fled, causing neither casualties
nor damagi
Egyptian and Israeli versions
of th commando attack on Is-
ra !. positions In the soul < m
g,, r ol t! Sui Canal zone
Continud on Page HA
Exit Visas Granted To A
Number Of Soviet Jews
I.o.Nlx IN (JTA) Infoi
reported that a
numb r ol Sovii I Jews w
publ di anded the right to
to Isra I have been
granted exit visas and given ten
days to leaw the Soviet Union.
Among those said to have
ben grantid the necessary doc-
uments an- members of a group
of 39 Moscow Jews wlm signed
and distributed a letter to the
Soviet Foreign Ministry which
denounced official policies to-
ward Israel and declared that
they were "ready to abandon
everything we have to go to Is-
rael, even if we have to walk."
Julius Telesin. Moisey Land-
man, Boris Sahlain and \
kov, all of whom have u i n
d< scribed as "social outcast
known for their Zionist views"
in the government newspaper
izvestia, are believed to bt
- those granted visas.
Yosif Kazakov is the father
of Yasha Kazakov, the 23-year-
old Soviet Jewish emigre who
n i ntly staged an eight-day
hunger strike in front cf U.N.
in adquai ta rs in New York to
dramatize his demand for emi-
gration rights for his family in
Moscow. The younger Kazakov
settled in Israel two years ago.
after being permittcal to leave
Russia.
Sisco: Mideast Peace
Chances Unimproved
WASHINGTON (JTA
Secret iry of Sti Jo-
Sisco rcl ned fi
twc-wei I; "oi i< ntal Ion lot :
the Middle Cast 1. si week I
i xpn ss d ci cern for r*
that ,- Spa cial sigi III
tta icd to a I- ma k
th- U.S. gov rnn* it
"ki en awai i ness ol tha sensa
i f the Pal stii
Ar abs and that tha re i
"no peace that does not taka
due account of the l< gitimata
concerns" of tha' refugees anai
( ther Palestinian people.
Before leaving Teheran. Iran,
at the close of a two-alay ron-
ferenee of D.S. chiefs of mission
in the Mideast, Mr. Sisco re-
markeal, "A just, honorable and
aluralile peace is not possible un-
less it meets the legitimate con-
cerns of the many people whose
lives are touched daily by the
so-called Palestinian question."
Washington observers said these
remarks alemonstrated a strik-
ing new emphasis for an Ameri-
can policy statement on the po-
litical strength af the Palestin-
ian refugees.
During a brief stopover in
rtime enroute home, Mr. Sisco
told newsmen that chances for
peace between the Arabs and Is-
raelis had not improved. "Realis-
tically, one must realize that the
differenci's between the parties
are still substantial." he said,
adding that "it would be un-
realistic to expect an early solu-
tion to this problem."
Sisco tho i :>t it was
thai an i cnt
- : Unii limit I
arms lo tha
id ra aa:hi d, "n said t hat
: past yes Moscow's re-
t American a: ; 11
it q i. stion hava been r. ?-
II. polarization ol the Arab-
Israeli conflict and the growing
anti-American sentiment in the
Arab world were iunong the
topics taken up at the meeting
in Teheran.
Mr. Sisco. whose Middle East
tour took him to Cairo. Tel Auv
and Bairut. was forced to car.C'i
i. scheduled stopover in Amman.
Ian because of guerrilla-: d
anti-American riots. He was also
I : i ta'al by anti-American dem-
onstrations in Lebanon, where
ha spent only four hours. His
four-day stay in Cairo was re-
garded as especially significant
since it was the first visit by a
high-ranking American diplo-
mat since Egypt severed its
diplomatic relations with the
United States during the 1967
Aiab-Isracli war.
It was speculated that the
rastoration of diplomatic rela-
tions may have been one topic
i : discussion, but both Mr. Sisco
and Undersecretary of State
Elliot L. Richardson, who joined
him at Teheran, said no attempts
were made to reach "any r. w
departures in policy" during the
discussions in the Mideast.
L Thant Studies Remark
By Jordan's Foreign Minister
UNITED NATIONS (JTA-
A U.N. spokesman said Secrc-
tary Gancral U Thant is study-
ing a remark by Joralan's For-
(ign Minister Abdul Moncim
Rifai implying that the ceasa -
fire between Israel and Jordan
has ceasid to e.\ist.
The exact nature of the Jor-
danian diplomat's statement
was not clear. According ti' on<
; port, he asscrta d that
.. asi -fire was no longer opei
i th< rs rei orted Mr, Rifai
Ian would not fet l ob-
: to observe the a asi -firi
rael continued to
retai Ing the occupi d ten it
Israel's Ambassador Yosoi Te-
koahi calling it "a development
.1 the utmosl gravity," sent a
latter to Mr. Th nit Tuetdaj ash-
ing for clarification. Ha- acted In
n tponse tn a directive from Is-
raeli "political sources" under-
stood to be the Israeli Foreign
Ministry in Jerusalem.
Mr. Takaiah quoted nports
from Amman that Mr. Rifai
"agreed with Nasser that the
n ase-fire is non-existent." anal
da ( land. "On the contrary, it
is unconditional." Jordan, he de-
clared, had "created a most dan-
gerous situation" with the Min-
ister's statema-nt.
The Israeli ambassador asked
Mr. Thant to "urgently apprise
the Jordanian government of the
full implications of the stat -
ment."
\Yha n President Nasser made
8 -. nilar daclaration last yi ar.
Isratl initiated a program of
: aids on Egypt. When asked if
111 Jordanian statement male
full-scale war more immini it,
. ever, Mr. Tekoah declined to
. mment.
Fifty Terrorist Suspects
Arrested In The Gaza Strip
TEL AVtV i JTA i Secui I
i .- have disclosi ii that -
.- t. d terrorists were ar-
rested the Gi -i Snip in i -
*-i' ks. A dozi n otha rs w
Israeli aids on a
mo ala d in El B
".,.:,. ,Ii '.' ii h
. a b I ol which ar
ved connected with I
.... Front foi the Libera-
! Pali si' i.. the si cut It
an said. The ai ms Bei I
Lidi d small arms, machir -
guns, submachineguns, mortars.
y losiva B and ammunition.
The organization's political
. ..- captured April 12 as
attempted to escape ir.to
. irdan, and three other key
tarro: ists were seized in the
Sinai as they attempted to n a h
i gypt. But the most important
h of all was Jallal A/i :a.
Abu Hafez. 24. commar. :
ol th'. Front's military arm.


Page 2-A
*Jmitf ncrkitor?
Frid
Cv
May]
UJA Announces Drive To
Convert Pledges To Cash
The United Jewish Appeal has
I ;n an intensive Caihpalgn to
convert pledge! intu cash, its gen-
ual chairman, hdwarci Ginsberg!
has announced. The drive will cul-
i .iii in a national Cash Mobil-
ization Conference in New York
City June 7-8, he said.
Robert Russt u, general ehair-
i ...n oi Miami's 19T0 Combined
J. wish Appeal lsra< I Emergenej
Fund campaign, issued b stafc menl
urging -ill those who haw made
i dges this year or who have
i ..,.. a outstanding from previo is
j an, '> pay them immediately
Pr unis i v.ill ".it sat a single
.' w i-;> lifi ." h..... '. "ii inten-
i ns will not m nd I tod, clothing
i i nm dical supplies lo poor ami
rppressed J< w rh families. E\ i n
i He [srai I's children siill sleep
i tors anil h r p< ople are
taxed beyond beliel in the offorl
t survive, Isi ael k< pa her prom-
Porte Honored By
Hospital In Israel
Jrhn Forte. mannioiiK directOI
Cl Forte Tovveis apartments, has
bean presented with a special
ma .1 the Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem. The award was m i I
by hospital representative Saul
Zabel in a presentation ceremonj
held in Foil's executive offic
11 ceatly.
Rabbi Maxwell Bergi r, s| it
lender ot Temple Zamora, Coral
Gables, who is chairman of tin
executive hoard of the South ast
Region, American O mmlttee for
k Hospital, participat-
ed in t:-.i ceremonies, in which
Forte Towers'director of acth I
Norman Herman, who is on the
i d : din etor of 'he South aal
Region American Committee for
tare Zedek, Charles Fidelman,
Arthur Stein and Rabbi Harry
Jolt RlSQ took part.
kse to open her doors to any Jew
.n need, to anj Jew seeking free-
dom. Promises gave them a dream
b.il only ea.-h can make U come
11 ." Mr. Russell said.
The mounting needs for immi-
gration, health, education and
Other humanitarian services in
[Sra< i tnd 30 oth r nations is to
m nt that cash is i! cessarj im-
(iiatety," Mr. Ginsberg said
than 60,000 new J wia i im-
migrants will nti r the country
i ins year. They must be supported
i til they r* c h self-supooi til i
,i project requiring large sums
rash Although n has i" i n tne
traditional respi bility ol J< w
ish philanthropj to provid*
support, the |m ople of Israel
no longi i pro\ ide this help,
Ji us in [srai and throughoul the
world cannot live on credit or
promises," he said. They cannot
wait."
ZOA's Jubilee Convention
To Be Held In Israel
NEW YORK IJTA) The
Truli National Jubilee Conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization
of America will be held in Isra< l
in July of 197-'. Leon Ilutovich,
executive director >.f the ZOA,
is announced.
Th ZOA's 73rd National C in-
vention will !)< In Id in New
York City S pl Ml. its 74th is
leduled for Septcmtx r, ihti
in Pittsburgh, Pa. Two ol its
previous conventions have been
hi Id in Isi a. I one in 1963, the
oth r Immediati ly afti r the
SiX-Day War in 1967.
New York Grants
Yesliivo* State Aid
At the Closing session ol the
New York State Legislature, a
hill sponsored by Gov. Nelson
I'.iK-ket, II, r was pass.,! lo provide
state slants to non-pttblic schools
cxiienses mandated by
that
high
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ISRAELI & DOMESTIC OI^TS
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ynaao4u>. bcneon --rival. UN
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For Synagogues
11
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RELIGIOUS ARTICLES GIFTS
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Open Sunday* (Formerly Bezalel's)
REPHUN'S HEBREW
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HAS EVERYTHING FOR
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit.
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to cover
the state it was stimated
n, u York elementary and
.-,w..,.,| y shivos will receive
million from the program
i, ik w w .i in > ai o|h ns
September.
The Mandated Services Bi1. will
iv,. sui ii kdi ns s .is maintain*
Ing attendance records adminis-
tering examinations ar i kei ping
pll health records, ipportlonmg
j |m-j \- ar l"i .eh studi nt in
rades l throiifrr 6, and $45 for
studenl from gradi 7 througn 12
Rabbi Mosne lerer, executive
pn si,i, nl "i Agudath Israel of
America, the Orthodox Jewish or*
.rum which had repn sented
ihe Yeshiva Interesl m the sti
el- to i I'tain state aid, calk d the
1 ill a f it st step." and said the.
organization "ill continue to pn ss
for the passage of the Parent-Aid
Bill, which is its main objective.
Election, Film Scheduled
Officers for 1970-71 will be nom-
ini>i.-H nn<< elected at the meeting
of North Pade Browarri County
Branch 10f>4. Workmen's Circle at
B p m Wednesday in the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. t'>'.9 Nl
167th St.. North Miami Beach. A
full length color film will also In-
featured on tlie proRiam.
| WITHOUT SPENDING A Dlty
for the
nuelinKL|
opewU
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Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue
j are an important part of the Home's
i, income.
j Won't you help the Home today by contribj
I items for resale at the Thrift Shop? J
Do you have furniture, appliances,
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j saleable merchandise which you no longer i
or can use
Do you know someone, a friend or a
I
neighh
YOUR GOOD WISHES ALONE
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ORPHANS AND THE ELDERLY
IN ISRAEL AND AT HOME
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I Board and staff thank you.
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JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
JEWISH HOME FOR THE i
contributions to the Thrj
res
Riverside onnouiu
its newest /'< ml chapel
at 16+80 N.h'. 19th A w nue to wm tht
Jewish Communities of North Mia^iBeacL
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* if nisiIhricMir
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Friedland Named President Of Mount Sinai
. m.. Friedland. one of Ameri-
",. s most respected com-
;..- has been named
Branded University and a mem-
ber o( the Citizens Board of the
University of Miami, as well as ;i
score "i other organiz itions.
V undi i and chairman of Hi
Fqp I Fair Stores, ln<\.
he hea npanj 's founda-
tion which innualiy grants
than .".imi college scholarships I i
deserving students.
Fight new members were named
t. thi hos| Ital's board of iiustees
u its annual meeting. Elected for .
terms <>! one year were L Jules
Aikin, Harold Brown, Julius Dar-
sky, Robert Feldman, Milton Keen-
er, Bing Kossoff, Marshal] Rosen-
..id Robert Russell.
Re-el' (l t<> trusteeship were
Josi ph Duvids .a and Sj I-
nej Cans, for terms ol three jears;
Mis. Heatter, S u Silberman and
ilm w "I Ii r.." : two j -are,
and Clifford Pearlman, one year.
They will serve with officers
'i.il -,\ Ixianl ni trustees which in-
cludes Jam< s M. aiu rt, David P.
I'atsman, Edward L. Cowen Rob-
11 /.. (it. i ne, i toward Kane,
Aaron Kariro r, .i GeraTo Lewis,
Nathan Manilow, Mrs. A. Herbert
Matins, Hank Meyer, Benjamin
' lj crs, I lat i; Nathenson, Julius
I. senberg and Carl Susskind,
and (sadore Hecht, Henry Keller Life tru I Arvey, Har-
ry Blum. Mac Gachc, Abraham
Goodman, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Paul R. Gordon. Mrs. S. H irvey
j Greenspan, Nathan Gumenick,
S muel Kann, Leon Lowenstein,
Stanlej Myers, Joseph Rose, Jacob
Sher, William Singer, Harry Sir-
kin, Joseph Stein, Abe Waxenberg',
Louis Wolfson and Mitchell Wolf-
son,
il longtime board members
i-:- | by the trustees w it!i
elevation to positions ol life>
truste ship S im Blank, i ten
Blum. A J. II trris, Benjamin i",.
Kline, S. C Levenson, Baron de-
Hirsch Meyer, A. .(. Molasky ai *
Weinkle.

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"Ufl fWlDlAfili
Hos|
,. Bat on deHirsch
n s vice chair-
ter thi e \
M ,\ (): ,i\ it/
- il "-. Miami
m lude Vi
B i l. Max V
. i-' p, S n .' I lei-
M : pton E to I
Wi ss md Leon-
Dw B Ruskin, i
c. Fine and Sam A
--.-i.mi secretaries;
Ail,... treasurer, and
Heatter, assistant
rs
.i- it
San G rtner eontinues as
|j ci president,
I, one ol Mount Sinai's
trustees and a member
ii> indent club, is a past
in-uti- md board chairman of
: Miami Jewish Federa-
lon Hi honorary Bfe president
i i Emanu-El. a fellow ot
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Volume 43
Friday, May 1, 3970
Number 18
25 NISAN
A Difficult Distinction To Make
In this era of student unrest it is sometimes difficult to
distinguish between sham and principle. Students al Albany
State University in New Yorkwhich has a student body
thai is 40 percent Jewishinsisted that the university be
c csed for the first two days of Passover as it is for the
Christmas and Easter holy days.
The presumption is, of course, that holding classes on
those days prevents the Jewish students from proper ob-
servances of the holiday and, by any yardstick, obser-
vance of a Jewish holiday is marked by synagogue at-
endence. Based on student absenteeism in the Miami area
schools last week and student attendance at synagogues
:'or services that observance would seem to be more in
he breach than for real.
We doubt that non-attendance al schools on holidays,
vhile a case may be made for it, does anything for the
'ewish image or the Jewish psyche unless it is part of an
authentic religious experience.
Budget Cuts Indication Of Burden
American Jews are conscious of the military crisis in
Israel; the daily headline and radio and television reports
cover the continuing drama in the Middle East. Even with-
out all the facts, we know what an enormous burden on the
budget the defense of the Jewish state must entail.
How burdensome is indicated in the small stories one
can read in the Israeli newspapers. Like the cut in the
education budget which aaain will delay the extension of
secondary education from 14 to 15 years. Like the cut in
-udget from Bar-Ilan University which will mean cutting
down activities and reduce its capacity to absorb new
students and teachers from among the refugees who con-
tinue to find a haven in Israel.
Among the great assets Israel has in its fight for life
is its educated youth. Without the help from our Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund to relieve the fi-
nancial pressure brought about by huge military expendi-
tures. Israel may loose the fight on the home front. Your
dollars and pledges are needed. Don't wait to be asked.
Our Nation's Refusal Is Ironic
It was this time of the year 25 years ago when the
.roops of the Allied nations liberated those in the death
camps and the world received clear evidence of the Nazi
horror. Millions, most of them Jews, had been put to death
exterminatedwhile other died of disease and malnu-
trition, even after the liberation.
The memory of this tragic era in world historv can
never be erossd. "Germany," said the President of that
nation in a message commemorating the events at Bergen-
Belsen, "bears the responsibility for Adolf Hitler's con-
centration camps, but the entire world shares the guilt."
b is ironic that among all th-3 liberators, our own nation
still refuses to become a part of tho.<=e who have signed a
ccvenant against the g n j ie which chilled the hearts
of civilized people a cruartr-century ago.
Computers Analyze As No Man Can
Add to the computerization of our sacred texts the
project started by the Hebrew Union College Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion to analyze the Talmud in a manner which
has defied even the most gifted scholars.
It is hoped that the immense treasures contained in
Talmudic and Rabbinic literature will become available to
the world and not just to the few dedicated scholars who
spend a lifetime in study. Professors at the Hebrew Univer-
sity and Technion have already punch-taped the Pales-
tinian Talmud and work is proceeding on the Babylonian
edition.
Comment
That old Roman. Wilted Stati <
Sen itor Hruska, must have "opt
tears of 1 > .it the announcement
that Judge Ci H,in<>|,1 r u I
m i- going in seek (he Republi-
can nomination for the Senate
in Florida. Why shouldn't medio-
crity lo\o company along with
the misery the Nebraska nonen-
tity found himself in l>\ helping
t > lose .i Supreme Court seat toi'
one at nil own kind?
The Carswell y doesn'*
':.. for the mode
era! >ter in Florid i xcept
add soph' color to the Republi-
can primary which Oongresi
William Cramer appeared t>
have locked up. It will be i bat-
tle of Neanderthal mentalities
trying to outdo each other il ong
ultra-conservative lines. Given
the political climate above the
I'll.' Count) line, the only in-
terest Will be boa fir back in
time the two candidates c.tii c >
ind .1 m't bet it will stop at the
Confederacy maybe the Ar-
of Confederation.
About the only hope is that
Farris Bryan! will deckle he
can't match the two GOP pyg-
mies and leave the Democratic
primary open to lesser known
but miller conservatives like
State Sen itor Roliei t Haverfield
of Miami and H use Speaker
Fired Schultz of Jacksonville I
M attracted to an unusual
vote by Sen. Law-ton Chile! of
I.-ikeland. another prospect last
week; he was the only one in
a Committee test to vote against
a bill which would forbid the
state's university system from
easing admission requirements
for black students attempting to
Ttter predominantly "whfti
leges (Florida A&M. the hist Ti
black college, was of count i
exempted!. We'll have to v. r i
that a little closely but. at best,
i i>en- -latie Lineup and cm<-
a Will be small consolation
I find it most difficult, even
'Me> IS peat ..; Florida i- -
dency, to adjust myself to th<
IMh century politics of this
itate The last time I was in-
volved iii n race for the i\s.
Senate as b New Jersey, where
1 helped conduct the campaign
ol Ch tries How ell, a nob I Den
ocratic liberal against Clifford
l' ie i noted Rep iblican .
rid wh.le l worked With all my
might for Howeli '. was not un-
happ) when Case won bi
squeaker The election, as a mat-
ter of fact, turned on the reac-
tion of the New Jersey voters to
an attack on Case by Joe Mc-
Carthy. Imagine that happening
in Florida, the state where
George Smathers was inSIc to
defeat a man like Claude Pepper
in a campaign that v.:i* little
short of McCarthyism.
News from Tallahassi>e is pot
much better this year than last.
Miami's Senator Dick Stone
continues to play to the rural
constituency he believes he needs
to join the Cabinet as Secretary
of State. His vote in committee
appears to have killed a bill ex-
tending workmen's compensation
> tr.w^r-t farm labor the for-
gotten poor of this state "That
was a hard vote for me." Stone
is quoted as saying but he man-
aged. How much this pattern of
voting, which was much cri-
ttclzed list year, will affect the
liberal vote Stone needs in Dade
by EDWARD COHEN
n, sraw :< a->viA

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canlibe
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Don Reed
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the
I in i Reed
the Bright inei but hi
this W hat ih.
really all about is an itten I
keep .it of our tdnos,
not SEX i Hherwise, th,* a.-
thoi s CO ll I have tl.nl a : '
of a mil -st or rain;
marrying thosi peopkritk-
out insulting the intelligence jf
Reed's md
parenth ijority of tl
pie of FToi da.
We're iti n the can
here am I a rrj ing about
we'll gel iround to some 20th
century thinking.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
SAIGON- If you make reason-
ably hopeful assumptions, Presi-
dent Nixon has g ven Gen.
Creighton \v. Abrams a m mage-
able task in his list speech on
troop withdrawals.
The first assumption Is th.it
the President declare.! i gener-
ous 12-m.mth goal precisely be-
caus he had heeded Gen \ -
rains' warning against going too
far and too fast with troop with-
drawals in the immediate future.
What would be des|>erately dan-
gerous to do now should be
quite safe and proper to months from now. And if the
President meant what he said,
Gen. Abrams can now make his
plans on that basis.
The crucial importance of the
time factor is rooted in Hanoi's
gravest problem. This is the pm-
gressive destruction, all over
WHAT'S C00KINQ? /
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South Vieti '" Indajeaoa
Vlel Coi ire which SB
always h > unique J
bvtispet et in this *.
Prom I Corps to tin l
the So itl Delta :-; "' u"
fortr;
c>' that have """1'-
of pacil --'"to
found ti traction o(
Viet Com -;" -"':'- :'
u ird ren """"
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Friday, May 1. 1970
^Jenisti ftcridfian
Fage 5-A
Youthful Brunette Determined To Be 1st Woman Rabbi
NEW YORK (JTAi In 1972.,
Priesand will be 25 years i
, ,1 Ml attribute she will share
,v,l, (housandl of other Ameri-
if she sticks with it
,s in which she will be
both i" American and in
history. She is scheduled
, j. ,rdalned that year as the
. .. na'c rabbi.
Now a third year student at|
..,.' Cincinnati branch of the Ho-
,., v L'ntotl College Jewish In-
Btitu
Religion, the Reform
Seminary. Miss Priesand has made
it clear she intends to complete
her studies and receive ordination.
She is already engaged in a typi-
cal rabbinical student activity
twice a month, the mini-skirted
brunette travels 750 miles to Hat-
tiesburg, Miss., to conduct services
as a student rabbi for Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel.
At first some families object-
ed, but after six months, even the
rnott skeptical cangrcgants are
convinced she means it. One wo-
man congregant says "Once the
ceremonies begin, you forge*- she
is a female, she is just a rabbi."
Miss Priesand has wanted to be
a rabbi ever since her high school
days in Cleveland. With the en-
oouragement of her own rabbi, she
intend HL'C after she was grad-
uated from the University of Cin-
cinnati. She said a lot of the stu-
dents assumed she had enrolled
just to marry a rabbi but after
she started her second vear of
studies, they started to accept
her as a serious rabbinical student.
At least half a dozen girls have
studied at the seminary but Sal-
ly, whose grades arc at a B aver-
age, is regarded by her teachers
as the first with a real possibility
of ordination. Her teachers feel
that her success as a student rabbi
in Hattiesburg should pave the
way for her to get a pulpit after
her ordination. She was rejected as
a student rabbi by an Illinois c in-
gregation but proved very popular
with another synagogue.
Many congregations feel ry
OUS about bachelor rabbis ind
when and if Miss Priesand does
gei a permanent pulpit, she I -is
her congregation will accept a fe-
male rabbi but not a female bi n-
. lor rabbi for any length of time.
She told the St. Louis "Jewish
Light" on a recent visit she hopes
to get married because she has
always believed she could nix
marriage, children and a care ;'.
She said if she married a rthbi.
she would never consider b '.
higher than he, and she would
eiadly serve as his assistant.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Donate Judaica To Public Library
'Athletic Awards* Dinner Set At 9
Rob Gallagher, sportacaater l->r ball, basketball h.i
KDITOR. The Jewish Kloridiaii:
As a farmer Nasal National
President of Bnai /ion. and as a
member ot the Board of Over*
eon of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, and as a
subscriber to your worthy publica-
tion, I wish to make some obser-
vations about the recently an-
nounced plan oi the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to build its new
1 1 ,:, rn headquarti rs at Biscaync
Boulevard and 41st Street. Miami.
1 am happy to note that the
Jewish community ol Greater Mi-
.. which is the fourth largest in
In United States and is growing
bj leans and bounds, will have an
1 ; 1 iddress ol which our
( n : ii \. rj proud.
What disturbs me greatl) is ihi
1 ., ; that the plans rail fi i- the
tians oi the Library "i the
l 1 l Jewish I cal Ion 1 rom
leach I its new hi ad-
ters in that building. At ; n --
rnt the libi ary is m the heai 1 "I
Jewish Greater Miami, in the cen-
ter ni .1 knowledge-thirsty Jewish
community The new building and
library will be nowhere near a
Jewish community. Th re are wr>
few Jews living within miles of
that location,
My winters are spent in Miami
F< ach. I am a frequent visitor to
the Jewish horary on Lincoln
Road. Hut I will probably never
I- able to us< the new library, for
I will have to use two buses to go
there. At best u will t>. most jn-
< invenient to go there. To creati
II Jewish library in such a non-
Jewish neighborhood is like build-
ing a 'jieat Jewish Community
('nter on the ice-fii Ids of the
South Pile. My suggestion is that
the library allowed to remain In
Miami Beach. If. however, it must
I- moved, may I suggest that
Miami should learn from history
1 d see w hat 01 hi 1 -. havi done in
t :< I
In the seem. I di cade of this
' whi n i!v ,ii wish popula-
tion of New York mew suhstan-
tiaily, my fraternal order, Hnai
/ion, then known as the Order
Sons ,! '/ion. created a Jewish
Division of the Kast Side Branch
,1 1 lie New York Public Library,
in the heart ol the New York
Jewish community. The large num-
!>, 1 of bOOkS lh.it were colltlihuti d
by Bnai /ion and its membt ra
h, Ip. ,1 i'li ally in the cultural eelopmenl ol thi Jewish East Side.
s ne yi ars tin n after, Jacob 11.
Schiff, the great philanthropist
,nd .Ii wish 1. adi r, donated his
largi colli ction ol Judaica to the
. in Li! rar) "i the City of N- w
\\ 1 k This collection 1- c 1 \ ert-
, d iniu ih< Judaica l>ivisi,m ol th.
N. w Yi.: k Public Library'' l,;,s
I" in .11 atl) U* d bj .! w ish. and
non-Jewish readers aid scholars
Man;, scholars have credited the
si id Judaica I livision as 1 -i. placi
for tin ir 11 si itch ind have ao
know li dg d it ei Hi. 11 pubHca-
~ Thai Judaica I *i\ ision taki s
ii-- place alongside the greatest
Judaica Library 1 1 the world, that
,,l the Jewish Theological Semi-
nars
1 then fore proixwe that, if the
Library must bt moypd, ii would
i" in i!ie lx >,t inter, st ul the Mi-
ami communitj in gi m ral and the
j.wish community in particulai to
transfer the Librarj "t the Bureau
.1 Ji w ish Education to the Miami
Beach Public Library and to s-
tablish it as thi Judaica Division
with its own competent director. I
also propose that the libraries of
the various temples and syna-
11 s. ui 1 at lihi .11 ii s seldom
1 si d. s uh as thi' librai 11 s ol Tem-
ple Emanu-Kl, Temple Israel and
s. Ih 11 ansfei n d in toto 1 'i
in pait to the Judaica Division ol
the Miami Beach Public Library.
In that way there can be estab-
lished in the heart of thi Jewish
community ol Gn it' r Miami a
it Judaica Library, a credit t"
Ihc pi npi' f Mi itnl.
I made tins suggi stjon t'i an as-
sistant 'iin ctoi n! (in atei Miami
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mtumuKM cowur
Jewish fedavatton and he proni-
,s, .1 to take the matter up with
it-, hoard of directors. I hope this
l,it,i will stimulate nn early fa-"
vorahle decision in the matter.
IIYMAN .1. IUBOBL
Miami Beaefe
KDITOR, I lie Jewish Moriilian:
Twenty-sevi n yi BTI have passed
since th.' uprising m the Warsaw
t i. it... This was the lirsl Jewish
resistance against the powerful
Nazi murderers Wi momorialla
tin heiiM s and victims of the War-
- M Ghetto that ga\T their h\i s
fighting our largest enemy In
modern history to pn rve th,
.,1 ot the ,1, wish i- ople
All Jewish underground organi-
zations took pai t in this heroic up-
rising. Therefore ih. dati of April
pi 1- aim a national memorial
dav and is being observed In all
i, m i-h 11' s all over th.
%' ol Id.
Young and old parti, ipati ,1 in
the struggle that lasted over 40
lavs. The symbol oi th.- hundreds
I nameless heroes miss the com-
..aii.ii i Mordevhai Anilevich.
Mmdiihai Anilcvi.h. together
with his group f< II in thi "n.inker
;:t Mila IS on the dav when the
\a/is overpowered their bunkei
They ilirl not surrender, but fought
until the last minute and dud as
heroes and martyrs.
Mordechai Anilevich, the young
commander of the Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising, wrote in his last letter
what we lived through, fighting
the strongly armed Nazis and
their helpers is impossible to de-
scribe. We realize thai what hap-
pened vvas beyond our wildest
dreams. The Germans were twio
pushed hack on, our positions
I over 40 minutes an 1 anoth-
i r over si\ houi S."
The in the Warsaw
Ghetto was silenced after th.- last
fighting Jew di, d
I.el us honor the hefOeS of the
Warsaw <;in tto! i.i t'i honoi the
h. roes of all other ghettos that
up their hvi n a< hei oes i <
' w ish i"
I., t's honor th, ii memorial .
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of Greater Miami's annual Ath-lhandl l'Mlssg|
let!,- Awards Dinner in the main
.a 11 room of the 'Y.' S500 S\V Hth AK" to be featured, m .
St.. Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Program an .,1|ls s|j*
Hal Blitman. head coach of the '."",M: Jim Klick ami j|
jrflfrJn Floridinns basket hall team. [r"':,r '' Coral G)
will be guest speaker at the .vent. ''""" lo"l|wii 'am. ]lur..^
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Page 7-A
Self Improv menl Course


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New summer trimester classes
in ii the Miami Senior
Adult Edi cal l< m Ci nb i,
: ,..(i SW l.-i St., '.; has be en an-
i d. The n gisti at km office is
:.:)cn from 2 9:30 p.m. Monda;
II ough Fridaj for those who
v ant in pi epai Ihi ma Ives lot
moi producln i i* tter |
Adults may earn ;i 16-unil high
-'!h>dI diploma thiough regular at-
tendance in night classes a! the
ichool, wh< re the motto is "It's
\'i\.r Too L;it<' To Learn." or
hey m *. enroll In a short n i w
ours ii. prei oration for exa
Ions i Iting in a Klr>ii i S '
i[igh School l>i ival< nc
tain ;i busim i -
i" 'ii tiicl fot i Ifi It hg^lag or
i ain for skilli il v oi k in num i
i' Ids. Diagnostic and c >ui
sen Ices are also a\ ailable at the
fully air conditioned school.
Committee responsible f jr planning and
Lotion for the Ball and Dinner at which
|David Conareaation honored its past
fonts included (from left) Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Weinberger, Mrs. Charles Rosen-
berg, (her husband had been hospitalized)
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes and Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Friend.
lounciTs Formation Announced
>
b .,....- Association of
\l; md the Jewish
and C .;.."- n'j Service
p the formation ot i
kiii Advisory Council to
liih Hi- JKCS.
iun jement was
\, : h R Narot, of
Is, Greater Miami.
r- RahbininaJ As-|
Walter S. Falk,
.i.'wish Family
, s S^n ice, a beneflcl-
Micj ji both the linked
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who serves as exi cutivc vice presi-
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i^^.Mar]
The chairmen of Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Budget
Committee are projecting reguirement for the coming year
:n a continuing series of meetings. From left are Arnold
^ern. chairman of the Budget Study Committee on Family,
individual and Refugee Services; Morton Silberman. chair-
r-an. Budget Study Committee on Education and Aged
Services, and Walter S. Falk, chairman of the Overall
Budget Committee.
New Split In Cabinet
Emerges Over Hebron
i< aa tinned froir. Pag* l-A)
8 s. He said Aral) land in the
sca-ed off zone would not lx'
Hscated ami owners could
i tinue to work it with special
-riission. But some sources
ved the move was a prelim-
y to < stablishing a Jewish
;rb of Hebron Arab inhabi-
ic-- ts ordeivd to move out were
%.. > compensation.
Huron's Mayor, Shrikh Mo-
t .-itiled All -laalmri. went on
lti- air to voice Ms opposition
t the moir. lie warned that it
w \-ld only increase tension he-
i\.n Jews and Arabs in the
T' i ion.
Israel1! Ambassador to the
United States. Gen. Yitzhak Ra-
bii said last week that the con-
troversy arisbis from President
Nasser's invitation to Dr. Na-
hum Uoldmanii had done more
harm to Israel's public relations
than any other internal political
argument in the past .10 months
Israel had previously presented
a united front on basic foreign
policies. Gen. Rabin said, and
this ha>i been generally accepted
in the United States in spite of
"small divergencies" in state-
ments made by Israeli leaders.
Hut the timing and wording of
the Cabinet's statement regard-
ing the Goldmann invitation had
made the United States more
attentive to nuances" he said.
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Budget Committee
Combined Jewish Ap-the F et Commit I
Fund c im- to local, nati mad and ovi
With th
peal-Is
paign In high gear, the 1970 Bu I-
gei Committei ol the ('
.'. ni Jewish Fed
budget he iringa this wei k In in
effort to d termine current ye u
allocations for its 4" loc
ovi beneOciarj a
ai and ovi ra .- b i enciarj agen-
cies
Walter S Falk, chairman of the
ret Comn nd Richard J
Horwich. vice chairman, have an-
n unced the formation of four
Special Budget Study Committees
for the purpose of conducting the
1970 hearings, reviewing requests,
n.....la
Mi mb rs <>f the Stu I.
I le ilth an I Communitj
iget ii ifs ,
R >senth il ch ilrman; I; irj Get
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Mrs Etufon Levey, M irria Levitt
:> A iron Me low, Mrs II in > B
Smith ind Bernard v
M ml i- "f the Study Commit-
tee on Family, Individual and R -
fugee Services are Arnold J
Stern, chairman: Richard Brick-
man Stanley R. Gilbert. Dr. Elliot
Gordon, Mrs. Lawrence Heyman.
Jeffre> Lefcourt J. M Lelchuk,
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Due t.> the heavy work load.,
the four Special Study Committees
will he meeting at lcast four nights
a week in order to evaluate the
current and changing needs >>f th.
community." said Falk. Mr. Falk
also Indicated that one-thud of the
40 member-, of the Budget Com-
mittee will be serving as first-time
members.
Calling attention to requests
for the highest allocations in its
history. Mr. Falk strc-is.xi the im-
portance of the Combined Jewish
Appeal in achieving its goal 0<
S2.70O.O00 He also stated that the
Hurlgpt Committe will review re-
quests by is new applicants for
admission as affiliated agencies
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Each year the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation conducts |hl
Combined Jewish Appeal ami Is-
rael Emergency Fund campaign
The monies raised in the bracl
Emergency Funi are earmarked
enecifietl'v for the I'nited Jewis'a
; Appeal, the national fund-r
organization for the supporl of
migration and humanitarian ser-
vices to Israel and for the aid and
rehabilitation of Jews throughout
; the world. The I'nited Jewish An-
peal will also receive approximately
half of the funds raised by the
' Combined Jewish Apix'.ii The re-
maining half will be allocated by
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fJewist FkrMfor,
Page 9-A
ien. Shmuel Gonen Is
leth Am Dinner Guest
officer in Israel to command a
i attallon ol Centurion tank--, at.
tinded Military College foi Senior
Honoring Mother Is Ancient Tradition
Who lorl
[ i w n the
S c trial dur-
be the
. ., : ; mi lc Beth
St ite in
Lnj H : irday
no ino -
,i h rborl M.
1 al r ol th.
A K -! r,
i as ''';|' ''
|j Maga-
ifi t the Six-
L, ,|: nfer the J< ruaa-
|]i. Awaid i; Joseph
L asi pn sident of the
I, the commu-
.. nii of his service
half of Israel
oi.ds. The s> neral will
,t the 7 "i. reception
..... si >-per-person dto-
,h ; i foi 7:30. The eve-
enti rtainmi nt will U-> pro-
vid< d by Am i i< an-Jewish folk
1st, rac nl m and vocalist
KmU Cohen.
' Goro n. a to tgh military
ilisi i. in:.i i Ian, has had a distin-
. d military < are* r i xtending
more than two di cad< s, dur-
i v. which he participati d In Is-
rael's thn ts and
ai m d a n putati >n as an out-
landing field 1 H
li\ i-i m 11 achi d i h banks of the
Sues in 89 hours during the Six-
i ,i.. War, breaking through the
Egyptian fortifications at Khan
Vr: is, Rafiah, G< rad< h, i:i Arish
and Bir Lahfan. During the Sinai
in., aim of 1956, he commanded
>n Armored Brigade, hut was
wound* d before it reached the
Sin z. He had participated in the
defense of Jerusalem during the
War of Independence as a youth
f 17.
G n. Gonen. >vho was the first
Pi sidi it Vvoodrow Wilson first
ii t asid th second Sunday in
May to be observed is Mother's
Day Ir, the United Stati s in 1914, .
si ven i ai aft i ai
ibs : van of th I ly v as
by Ann.". .">:. Jaivis, whoa idei It
m i s V.-..' ai American mothers
should : d itl i ial
day, Miss Jan is a started the
tiaditioi ol giving flov ers to
moth : on her da and I
ai I '. as | .;
Day flower.
But Amei i v as n it t first
rh is The an-
cient Greeks held a festival each
spring for Rhea, the "Mother of
i Gods," and "Mothering Day"
the second largest gift-giving holi-
Great Britain, is an observ-
y England
.:. h ieivi id appn ntfees
atri< oUprimroses as
lifts.
Flowers may be s nt to m
any count tl v or! I this
i 's Da; Sundi 10, via
[ntrrflt ra, the v i Idwide floral
i. livery network v hii i I as
i! an 35,000 mi ml ei fl irists in
-. io i c i int
rr
A
pi
Is a community service, a consortium of three of South
lorica s longest general contractors, Samuel I. Adler, (left)
ftanley Arkin and Robert Miller, will donate their efforts
nd cssume responsibility for the construction of the new
(rectei Miami Jewish Federation Building on Biscayne
oulevard at 42nd Street, ground for which is presently
einc cleared.
JOSEPH AITSCMUUER
Officers in Kimherly. England. He
has held a number of key i>ositions
I during hi ing the post of Commandant of
the Israel Armor School.
Gen. Gonen's parents brought
|' him to Palestine in 1934 when he
was three. They had emigrated
' from Vilna. and settled in the M. a
Shoarim quarter of Jerusalem.
where he received an Orthodox
Jewish education. He volunteered
j for military service in 1918. rose
11 through the ranks, and was a
sergeant for three years before at-
i. riding Officers Training School.
He served as Brigade Commander
prior to attaining the r;:r.k of
' Brigadier General.
Temple leaders spearheading
plans for the dinner include David
J. Light. honorary chairman;
Temple president George Malln,
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. Herman Feld-
\ man. Bernard Goodman. Albert
I Levine, Leonard Luria. Robert
Newman and Bart Udell, honorary
i chairmen.
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18801 NE 22nd Ave., North Miami
Beach. Featured will be art works
by Reyna Youngerman, Paul Rus-
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on and Dodi; sculpture by Jim
I.ewk. Tanya Poust and Ivan Al-
cove and creative jewelry by Jef-
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CREDIT RATINGS: YOUR KEY TO BUYING POWLR
Iran and John, like so many other young marrieds. stood
proudly before the new color TV they hoped would soon
grace their living room. The only remaining iormality was the
credit check, which the store was making at that very moment.
1 inaliy, the credit manager
beckoned them into hi-, office,
and. smiling warmly, informed
them they could indeed take their
new TV
home with
them. They
were ecstatic,
naturally,
and hadn't
considered
for one min-
ute that they
might not have been approved for
credit, had any one of several fac-
tors in their credit rating been
amiss.
The key to your credit buying
power is your credit rating.
Whether the store handles its own
credit or looks to a bank to do it
for them, credit buying actually
amounts to making a loan. It re-
quires the k-ndmg of money, to
you. for meulundise you would
rather not pay cash for al that
time.
I oan approval depends on your
credit rating, a somewhat mysteri-
ous, to most consumers, set of
documents kept on file at the lo-
cal credit bureau. This service is
paid for by subscribing banks and
merchants, so they may have a
reasonable assurance you will pay
back the money you borrow to
buy merchandise.
Your credit rating is based on
five well known factors which
measure your ibilit) and willing-
ness |o repay the loan. They are:
I. Your repayment record: It
you promptly repay the loans you
make, both past and present, you
can be expected to Jo the same
ne\t time. You're a good credit
2. Your present indebtedness:
If you're not overloaded with cur-
rent charges on your accounts,
credit cards, instalment loans at
your bank, and can afford to
meet another payment, a credit
man will most likely extend you
further credit.
3. Your bank accounts: If you
have a consistent checking ac-
count balance, seldom if ever
overdrawn, and a savings account
at your bank, these aic it.ong
points in your favor.
4. Your job stability: Of
course, this is one of the most
important factors. The lender
likes to know that you h.ivc a
stable job situation, such as 2. 5,
or 10 years with the same em-
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5. Your home, owned or rent-
ed: Lenders like 10 know you are
buying, your home, or have lived
m the same apartment foi aftooa
period ot time. It .hows you nave
settled down as a responsible
member of your community.
But bankers, and credit men.
have a special warmth toward
young married', and like to c-Ub-
iish a good relalion-hip on the*
future potential as part ot thO
community.
So next time you want to buy
"on time." figure youi budgei so
you'll know exactly how much
you can afford to pay, and how
ea-ily you will be able to meet
time payments. Chances are. if
you give yourself a credit check
first, you'll walk out of the store
with your new TV, refrigerator,
stove, or whatevr, you have youi"
heart set on.
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F.ge 10-A
+Jeist fhrk/iar
Frid THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
'He Shall Live By Them
99
!.\il>h .l;i. !-
i; xr.r.i stkven is. i v< obs
mple Isruel ol (.renter Miami
a m one in
tin- Bible the
. 1111 I i I A i ,ll I i 11 int..
\ shal
stat-
i My or-
linances, which
il mini do
HI hi- shall
li\>- li\ lhi-m."
i i hi re-
in is .i lullci
life. Tin 11- hi
, peopl)
mr time w ho
think oi
religion as n sys-
t< m oi restric-
thai rrsti m ua from fu i\
them."
i li anil m ire ami
.' .! v s n alizc ihai religion
- tn I i more i an a ~i i tea oi
hibitions and thou-shalt-nots.
i me that man) peo-
whole
si real tin. VVht re our
. is a Mstrain, it cannot
.i (jii at rk al i.i n li i\,iii--
I
low li.s religion i nable us to
more full}" Bj going outside
- Ivi S. Thi indiv iiiual Ik -
- ho ii> int. racting m Itl
'i- li we live within the con-
i > ii! our (JOS u. cannot help
s. Ifishlj We can'1 share
* "i anothei person it our.
itrion demands only fulfillment
rough the self. Most ol us deny
lationship with others due to the
r Of hurl, limn v. i, in onto i to
tch the bom sty in n lationships
iii li we so often talk about, hurt
ist be involved. It is when wn
beyond the hurt that we an
l<- to live fully.
\i must aisn recognize thai our
idition has always grown and it ,
continuously accumulating new
owlodge as to how to live.
>Ve have inherited a grrat tra-
ion which has taken thousands
years to develop. Nov. is the
in- io s. e mil si Ivi i not limited
a moment, but linked to a
ii tradition which demand that
nj.iv. nate our lives ami at*
me fulfilled more completely I
oi we had In retofore thought
flu- purpose ol religion is not
make our Iiv v. iii. vati thi m to
a highci purpfar.
T'- m shall sun Ij Live I'..
rhen
Bj BABBI BAMI'EL .1. FOX
\\h> is it that the peraon who
picks up the Tnrah M-roll alter
the Tnriih reading in the s\na-
togiif is required to look at the
scrip! in the scroll before lie
EaiMa tin- Tuiali, foUowuig
which he turns <-. >ni .!- -! v
round in a circle holding; the
s< roll in a raised |M>sition?
There are basioally two motives
ior tins act One is to demon-
strate thai the Torah scroll, which
is the "word of God," relates to
everyone Id the congregation and
io! just to the scholar or to the
c who oi to rend it pub-
iii l> in the congregation. As hi
turns around, the script comes
ir.io ii w from every angle, it is
iwn that the Torah is m-
dei il no i soti i ic ii'i i ature but thi
esi (si n ol all the people. Sinci
om who picks it up raises it
i p high usually over his own
line i vision it has to l* assured
lliat he, too. looked at the script
This is done before he lifts the
scroll. Some take this latter prac-
tice to nil an that one must bo
acquainted with the learning of
the Torah before ho attempts to
show tin- script to others.
Wli> doe*. Jewish tradition cull
tor conlession" on one's drain
bad?
The experience of death, like
that of Vom Kippur (The Day of
Atoneim tit i, is regarded by the
Rabbis as a means, ol ajanement.
n any occasion when one re-
ceives atonement confession is
i cessary. The Rabbis said, "Do
I nance a day before your death.'
which is another way oi saying
that no matter what one has done
during his liietimo. he can Blwayi
.receive atonement so long as in
n |xnU anil confess, s at some tim.
I fore he dies even if it is th.
'.ist hour of his life. The Almight)
waits for tin sinner to return
"until the day of his death."
Honorees at the annual banquet held by
the Men's Club and Sisleihood of the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation wore the Sisterhood's
president, Mrs. Esther Sapoznik. and its sec-
retary, Mrs. Mayer Krone. They were given
the privilege oi presenting a SI.000 check
to be used in supporting Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi youth institutions in Israel and
Bay/it Lepletot, the Girls Home in Jerusalem.
Shown as the presentation was m
(from left- Rabb, Dew Rozencwctg ^
leader of the Cuban Hebrew CoL I
ci Mtami; Hyman Kolko president, MiraS
Hapoel Hamizrachi; Mr. and Mis Mcv-
Krone; Mrs. Sapoznik; Mrs. Eugene Fr.2
honorary president of Sisterhood, end y.
Fried, honorary president of the conqreqj.
tion's Men's Club.
Rabbinical Assembly Elects Levi Presided!
KI \ Ml SI I \ LAKE. NY. tJTAi
Rabbi (li cshon Levi was elected
I 11 ikli nt bj < 'miii i \ atne i abbis
meeting in their 70th annual Rab-
binical Assemblj recently. Rabbi
Levi i^ spiritual leader of the Ja-
aica N v Ji m ish Centei
Rabbi Joachim Prinz, chairman
oi the governing council >>f the
World Jewish Congress, precipi-
tated a debate on thi place of
rabbis, s nagogues and theologj
itself in 1970 America bj stating,
"We have nothing comparable in
American Judaism to the religious
revolution In Christianity ... We
brag about the fad thai man) ol
edifices are biggei and Ih tt.i
i ian an) wi e\ .r hail." I>t Pi Inz
leclared, "without realising that
th. young generation, for which
,-se buildings are erected, they
- in an idolatrous insult ami a
i.c-gaAion ol religious obligations al
a time ol poverty, Injustice, in-
iiualit\ iitnl war."
Rabbi llillel K SiU.-rman. ol
Smai Tempi'. Los Angi i. a, Bgrei ii
A renewed concern with theolog)
i tin- fundamental questions ol
human exist, nci anil destiny," In
said, "is the priority needed for
congregations in the decades
Finalizing plans for the 1970 Miami Oleh Regel Prilgrimage
at a dinner-reception in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (from
left) Michael Litvak, executive director of the Israel Bond
Organization, who will lead the tour; Elchanan Segal, new
head of Greater Miami's El Al Israel Airlines office; Ben
Volpe of Volpe Tours, and Saul Resnik of Ophir Tours of
Israel.
i Arthur HimI gj
|
thai thi .
" pt of
a transient pi
till.' l
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I mutual il
a id mi :

Rabbi rd M
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Thooli 5 i: > ol Am
ii- sci ibed apt ah to ri-ligiaii
i. ason, w hit h ii
madi rest amonj i
dents rctuaktiii
tide ol madi In in.
which we musi
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crazy."
i. V\ fi Ki-lman. cxecM
vice pi sklent of the R.tbbsssi \
Assembly, offend an cKpiuiaa
ligious ill bah and li-rnvr.: bj a
pai'i nts contonpesl
g youth" Tfc |
i, asoi .- i:.' : intensified osa
lor Jew L- lenufSestai
and th. |inwrt#n
with philanthropy, he urn
CANDIELIGHTING TIN
i
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Avt. Orthodox
Cantor Morni Bjrr i
PNSHE EMES 2433 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
--------
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dan Or S Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
li/rr. |
BETH DAVID. i628 SW Sro Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William w. Lipion 4
' ';> 6 p in .mil I I" p in i |ui
' I Ki.il, i i. k I..U,. s.nui
in 'I'll. Torah I --------n i
ill I'm.in 'l.mcli i. i i>| Mi .ip,|
A Ibtll \'-. :.~,.ii
-
fETH EL. fOO SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. RAObi Solomon Scruff
ii S.ilui'l.iv .i 111 .nut
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern 1 : aditiona, Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ben Oickton.
i ;
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1 iw. 7 p m Si i muii
i.ii.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 8438 SW
8th St. Cont-rvativa. Rabb' Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinket 8
.ic
illlti m :. i Toph i _, v,
I lib. 1 kill Mlts-
I .....i rfin rl mil E
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 0^ GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. IP
i m Hi ri.n-iiu.....ii S;il>.
M rtl \-.mi.ii Silvai Annlvemar)
i iildh ii.mi;hii Bfrmon l i
8a Thi Ami......ii
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW ^5th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaea. 11
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 87SS SW 18th
St Conservative "-ibbi Ralph Glm
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
il I ii in Katarda.i K:Sfl a. in n.u
Mlivah CJIemi, .-..., ,.( Ml miuI Mi-
Murraj I'llan
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8S00 N. Miami
Ave. C^fiservativ*. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
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TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 8S1
E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klem 15
I'"'1-1.1 13 |i in Mother'. Da) an.l
hi 11 1 in.i. |.. mi, ni Daj uiii 1., 0|,
Bfi m> Mth< 1 11.,\ Tn
Hulil With Open \iin Salur 1 .1 in
ZION (TEMPLE SOO0 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
P,ro__________ 18
NOhin'rolAMI
BETH MOSHe CONGREGATION,
13600 W Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Jos-ph A Gc'inkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirechenhaum.
MIAMl'lttACH
AGUDATH ISRAEl r*01 Carlyla Ave
Onliodox Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAFL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Borel Wein it
ITH JACOB. SOI Washington Avs 1
Orthodox. Rabbi Sbitifvuim T %wrir.
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. IS
BETH RAPHAEL* (TEMPLE). 154!,
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Canto* Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOluM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroivsh, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
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BETH TFILAH. *M Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseoh t. Rackovsky. 21
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPeti 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
1'' 1 I. > ". urn himI R:B8 p m li -1. .11..
lion n( nfficera Haturdn) a m Thi
w .. kl) Portion ( the liii.l.
servstive Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Can.ur Tibor Moves 33
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross 28
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1&32 Washington Ave
O'ti,ndo Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 29
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Re.f 27
MENORAH (TEMPLEl 820 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Reldman. 28

Nfct TAMID (TEMHLE) 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OMIV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dt
Ortncdox. Rabbi Phineas Weber
man. v
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CbNTER 84(
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nalimiaa. i
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Ben-
Hillel. jj
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E Treasure Dr.
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon Segal. t. a
NORTH M.Imi bcACH
AOATH VESHURUN 1TEMPLE1 1028
N.E. Miam. Gardens Drive. Con.
BETH TOKAH NE 184tn St at 11tb
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitj. Cantor Jacob Renier. J4
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd SI
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. S8
StNAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADS
18801 NE 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingstey 87
Kri.i.ii its p in Ratarna] m
n 11 Mini ak li.iri > son all
Mr- Ki. h..i .1 .s, haw l'-i
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8KV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 Nt
,9th Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. *>
l'iM.l> SU p III SllIUIil.'> '' Ill > '
"Rabhnth Bver) Daj M
: .'' ; 111
MAIUMOMI
HALLANOALE JEWISH .E^IJ
128 N E Fi
HOUYWOOI
BETH EL (TEMPLE,. I I
Reform RaDC Sarru-I I**
.I1..I..1 1. I
1 I i > ^ ____
Monroe
Morton
Cold.
ivarssiw.
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftalt Porwsh *
lii.l.ii >i:3" p 111 Siiluriiin "i s. r-
ii> Kixfli 1 Spii iiual l'< llu<
CMAl CABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 6500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip
par. 40
I'I Hi.IV i |i 111 I '., n Si 1
.1 ,,l 11. Ill 111 .lllll
II r, 111 Ban M"
Kiuai 1 -ii Mr 1 ->li
ii. 11 klain
ZAMORA (TEMPLK). 44 Zamora Ava
coriservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bergsr
Cantor R., I .ird Browily 41
|i m Hi "111111 hi I: I-'
"II li) s.......I
Sl..,|.|..il
FT. IAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 84 E
Oakland P^rk B.vd Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards Cantor Maurice Neu.
4*
EMA.NU.El. 3:is W. O.iKl.ind Park
Blv-1 Reform Rabbi Ritliard M
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement
43
SINAI (TEMPLE..MS",
Conservative RaBtiDJ
Cantor Yehudah Meilbrs.
MIRAM/.I
,SRAEL iTIMjj^-ift^BSsS
W.nogr.d. Cantor Atr." t
POMPANO ll*
SHOLOM iTEMPLE'-^.,,SJ
Conservative. "; J,rik
Cantor Michael f'*
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+Jenisti fkriciictr?
Page 11 A
;ni|)le Israel Marking
ibi's 20th Anniversary
met whose assooia- mark. In addition to his pionccr-
, i,. [Sral of Gnatcr Lng efforts in inter-faith work in
th' community extend- the itrra. he was instnirnrMaKhi
j the establishment of the Commu-
nity Relations Board of Dad.
c ounty.
The Planning Committee felt
that Mr. Samel was the ideal com-
bination of speaker and person foi
the occasion, in view of his work
in this aria and hi* r lations with
Rabbi Narnt and T( ] le Israi I
as well as the Gfl all i Miami Jew-
ish community.

SlVmOUR SAMtT
i will be the gucsl
di ;, dinner-dance to be
|i!n Ri form Jewish eon-
i Ma) lfi in ci I. brat ion of
eph It Nairn's 20th an-
IS ii~ spil dual leader.
Imit. who was director of
1.1 Miami American Jew-
hnittn for a number of
l.uin ntly serving as the j
lin.i 's national director ]
poup I'.' lations and Social
He s| nl several yeirs in
pn with the Community
Sei re "I the Justice
rut as special assistant to
r governor LeRoy
n WUkins.
j f T.-mple Israel,
i taught In Its Re-
rhool. I. It an indelible
Israel Urgently Requests
Permission To Buy Planes
(Continued from Pug* I)
\ ,-n led idely, also. Call o ra lio
claim. .1 a 200-mai i gyptian
fore cri ssi d I he i anal and d. -
stroyed an I- II i, kil'-
ill its .i, fenders. It di seribi d
the raid .is "the first -f its kind
since tin 1967 war." Israi I's
military spokesman, however,
reported that Israi li forci s had
repulsed a midnight raid by a
large party of commandos and
the Egyptians were driven back
"within minutes." leaving the
bodies of three bchfnd. as well
as bazookas, rlfli s and flare
| pistols. Two additional bodies
were later seen floating In the
canal, he said.
Two Soviet-made llyushin-2S
bombers raiding V.l Arish in
the northern Sinai about 90
mil. s south of Tel Aviv were
shot down Saturday. They had
dropped their bombs on the
Arab town, killing a flock of
sheep, and destroying an Ice
factory and animal quarantine
station.
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+Jewlsii fhrfdttar
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Reform Synagogue Reelects Officers
Officer* of Trmple Israel of
Greater Miami win nvUvteii for
a one-year term at the 49!h an-
ate
tOStMl A. CAtflllD
nual meetm? of the p:oneer R"-
Jewisti congregation this
m k
Presided! Joseph A. G irfieW lei
the slate of officer* including Mar-
tin K'-ie, iimttmn x;nnn'nhk Arn-
old Rosen, R (belt RusseB and \v,i-
Ham Siegel, vice presidents; Bart
L. Cohen, secretary: Lewis Gor-
fine. treasurer; Jack SchHMnger,
BSSist mt fias"-er avd Jesse Cas-
selhoff. financial secretary.
Elected to the B-jard of Trustees
for new term.- were David Rlum-
ben:. Jack I) Gordon. Dr. M m-
rice M. Gre^nfie'd. Jerome Kip-
nis. Sylvan Meyer. Judge Morton
L. Perry. Gerald Schwartz, Jack
Waxenberg, GSbert Wavnan.
Stanley Wolff and M lyshe ZUber
Alsop
Continued From Page 4-A
necessary assumption about the
President's speech, which is also
justified by his careful language
in brief, terrain, the character
of the population and the great
distance from other corps arras
Combine to make the problem of
North Vietnamese invasion quite
different i:i the Delta.
In the other three corp< ,t is,
and especially in I Corj* i ,-l me
to Hanoi's border, massive North
\ ietnamSM invasion is a much
harder problem to handle. As
the indigenous Viet Cong struc-
ture grows less and less ftbfe t
frupport the invaders. Invasion
from the North wll] be a steadily
diminishing problem; but it will
r.ot absolutely go away until
Hanoi decides on real peace.
'!' n Gen Abrams has also
' l i Prei dent that even
when V:i tnamization i- < implet-
ed, a kind oi American
will have to i> lefi
in South Vietnam, to deter or t >
help cope witii North Vietnam-
e* invasion. One air-borne di-
vision, plus one good infantry
d v -on with extra helicopters,
Seems to be what Gen Abrams
is thinking about.
The President spoke of "total
withdrawal" of VS. troops after
but only after rmanent
withdrawal of all North Viet-
namese troops land' reliable as-
surances they will not return."
Here again, therefore, it |
clear that he has heed->d Gen.
Abrams. rather than his more
timid and woolly-minded advis-
ers in Washington.
For all these reasons, then,
this reporter would now be leav-
ing Saigon in an exceedingly
hopeful mood, if it were not for
two additional factors. One is
the possibility that havering and
wavering in Washington will
cause us to lose the golden op-
portunity in Cambodia.
Feebleness can lead to total
Communist control of Cam'xxiia.
with the gravest consequences in
Thailand and elsewhere. Energy
and boldness r which need not in-
clude a single American Matter
operating on the grouni' can
instead render the Cambodian
sanctuaries and bate areas whol-
ly untenable for the North Viet-
namese big unit*. And if that
happens, the war will he effec-
tively over in half of South Viet-
nam.
The situation hangs on a
thread, and it does so. obviously,
because of the second factor
above-mentioned TV whole at-
mosphere in Washington Ls ob-
viously poisoned by p;x>ple who
positively hanker for an Ameri-
can defeat.
No doubt these peop'e will look
very silly if their oft-repeated
predictions are given the li by
events. But to try to prompt the
first American defeat in war,
in order to massage the Ful-
brightian ego, still seems to be
going a bit far.
Florida Drink Bottlers
Conduct Anti-Litter Drive
Florida's soit-.irink bottlers are
conducting a state-wide Anti-
Litter drive, with practically
every bottler in the state aiding
in the public survfce campaign.
Soft drink delivery trucks -pub-
}*4i+me e#f*>rt by* displaying
|>anel posters showing a map of
the United States and bearing the
legend: "Keep It Chan. Please.
Don't Be A I.itterbug." according
to Don Hawkins of the Fort Myers
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. who is
chairman of the Florida State
Soft Drink Association Anti-Litter
Commit ti e,
Th" Soft Drink Association has
provided local news media with
nublic service messages promoting
the drive, in which customers are
in l.'i d not to throw soft drink or
othi r bottles and cans along the
roads and beaches or into the bays
.-nil rivers.
Flagler Dog Track's 40th Meet Opening
Miami's Flagler Dog Track will
open Monday for its 40th meeting,
a 105-day summer schedule run-
ning through Sept. 2. The top
money-winners from last season
and four outstanding additions
bead the list of 32 kennels partici-
pating.
Flagler distributed more than
1 % million dollars in purse and
Stakes money during the May to
September meeting last year, a
figure which was based on the
record seasonal mutuel handle of
S60.474.314.
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First post will be at 1 p.m. for
matinee |>erformanccs. which are
held Tuesdays and Saturday-
throughout the season (15 min-
utes earlier than beforei but the
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1. 1970
rJenisti ncridrivr
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Ner Tamid Installs Officers. Trustees
Officers and trustees elected by
Temple Ner Tamid will be in-
stalled Sunday morning at the
tr*
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b $172,000 in Israel Bonds wc3 pur-
ity members cf the congregation in
Dave and Abe Eisenstein at the
Imeth Israel Dinner c{ State in the
Ibleau Hotel, where the honoreas
the ]- rusalSB) Peace Award. From

left are Oscar Schapiro, dinner chairman;
Alje Eisenstein; Shamay Cahana, Israeli
diplomat who was guest speaker; Milton
Kahn. president of the Congregation; Dave
Eisenstein. and Rabbi David Lehrfield, the
congregation's spiritual leader.
"Give Us Strong Mi n.-' installing
Herman L. Shaw, who was re-
li eti d president of Temple N '
ramld, Mrs. Jack Greenberg, Sis-
trho. d pn si lent, and Sidni i
s< \w am, v dsL Such-
man as president u^ the Men'a
Club.
In addit: irT-ti bring iftfr\" In
his own congregation, Mr. Shaw,
who was ii cently i I eti da
low" of Brandeis University, is the
chairman of the Hebrew Academy
Scholarship Fund and is well-
known for his efforts in behalf ot
such philanthropic < mmunity en-
leavors as Mount Sinai Hospit i
Miami Heart Institute, City of
Hope, ii'! School, Israel Bonds,
Zionist Organization of America.
and the Combined Jewish Appeal.
m*
I Live Alone? Phone Service May Help
s"
A new s rvice has been inaugu-
iatid bj a local mother-daughter
i. am to Ki i t rack ol nlor -\\\
lens and others who live alone
n this arcs for a nominal fee.
Mrs. Minnie Hlggins, i f 8753 In-
dian Creek Dr.. and her daughter.
Dreama Hoppenstand, who is the
mother of a 17-year-old Miami
Senior High School student and a
13-year-old who attends Nautilus
Junior High School ran a shopping
tervice for shut-ins in West Palm
BV BCh Until it got too successful
and they couldn't handle the shop-
ping and telephone calls.
They an- offering to make daily
lillin, president of the
ranee Co. of Miami,
sleeted to Flagler Fed-
bgs and Loan Associ-
rd of directors. He is
ector of International
Biami, Greater Miami
\ Board and Woodbine
and is active in a
organizations such
4-YWHA, Shriners
^ts of Pythias.
Temple Judea Election
A 6:30 p.m. buffet Supper will
1 recede Temple Judea's annual
Congregational election meeting
Sunday at S p.m., during which a
I new slate of officers and board of
trustees will l>c presented to the
' congregation for election for the
1970-71 year. Fiscal reports will be
\ made and plans announced for the
>eoming yiar during the evening.
phone calls or visits to persons on
their list, keeping records on each
client, submitting monthly reports
to their children up North, if de-
sired for a fee of 50 cents a day.
The two are si nding out letters to
nursing homes and doctors an-
i ouncing their plan, so that pa-
tients the doctor is afraid to re-
lease because there is no one on
wh -m to call In an emergency
may If allowed to go home, secure
in the knowledge that someone
cares and will l>e in contact daily.
HERMAN L. SHAW
congregation's animal brunch, i'
has been announced. Also I ii
installed dm in:; tho ceremonies
Fire the officers of the Sisterhood
and the Men's Club.
R ,; i,i E !gi ne Labovitz, spii Itual
Ii ader of she temple, will be as-
sisted by Cantor Edward Klein in
an installation ceremony entitled
'Esquires' Become 'Knights'
( hanc II inder Harvey
Prhman will conduct the cere-
monies In which 12 Esquin -
will \>. com ;.: ::;- al Monday
v, i (n: eting ol the George
,, : liwin L dge 196, Knights of
p [hi is in 3 irfsi le Community
, ..., The t 30 m ting will be
fol'owcd by a collation and social
hour.
Ew lowers Club Membership
JTow. rs, a 10-story con- tacilities right at home, including
rernow boing erected an Olympic-Size swimming pool, a
ar the intersection of marina, saunas, card rooms and
Jwlevard and Broad tarty rooms. Bayvicw Towers, lo-
INE 123rd Street* is cated on more than four acres of
iiii.nts a free one-year choice land, will feature a breath-
in Hollywood Lakes taking view of bay and ocean, and
|ub. j will be just minutes from the most
popular restaurants in the area as
well as shops and banks.
The apartments, created by to-
". as the foundation *"* designer Nancy Solar, tea-
being put in place for *" HOOT plan and furniture for
ase of his condominium tjracious Flor.-la living. Eachi of
view Park In- ,he 164 apartments in the first
r t" full membership I**~ wi" ^^ i,s own *"*'
Y the exclusive country P*"* ran**'"*- **** .f" ''
walk-In closets and General Elec-
tric kitchen Models may be seen
Towers will also be' at 2100 Sans Souci Blvd.. North
<< mcrmtirtiMl Miami.
Ittry club membership
announced by Ernest
pi sidenl of Dome Con-
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him* %'trloin (fsot
nrfd Japantm rfy/a
ficMafi
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[ Attf's S-eraion B.ach
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Baach Tel. 947-2878
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ORGANIZATIONS
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Private Areas St Garden
American & Canloneam
Mean at AH Time*
Authentic Native Show
outr)^ct/iC
RISUURANT and GARDENS
tortoi Souse femorgastjorrj
STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967, we've
been featuring sleak on our Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests have said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $275? You folks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's always on our dinner menu only %7J5 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!
$2.75
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9m sew* toll 4:M ) imbi TI.S
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Serving Authentic Italian Cuidiiu
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Dinners from $1.55
Wines-Beers-Cocktails
All Dishes Prepared to Order
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BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Cooke's "The God Of Space And Ti
CHUM IHK PERSPECTIVE of Jew 01
5' orijiii B rd J Co ke s The
........i Space a .d Tin* Holt. Rin

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provide
i ;:,. is rLstiins todaj ll reve ils, how -
, sm and the i
t' tainted by t i it\
. Fathei
Protestant-Catholic accord, he almost invariabl) uses the
word "Christianity" Inste .1 ol "Catholicism.1
< is thai the Bil >>'. Israel
failun la .- Ji tin thi M sl ih and lhal m
I Cai New 1st tel it we ac-
-'.: lilty of bn
Kxodus 24:7 i "brlth clam an
nant. between I the Jew* [I w li Pan!.
Ji *, w 'in ... la new Intel r* etatton.
.i c" tholk
l Ji nii-. w.i~ i M ssiah 'th the i arh
Christians formed
ime'

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ladled." he says
J| ws, '*;.. vi ii
pe ir to i'.- i
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of God in -:
Jew* Imam the \ it ion*
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALLOB
Jews As Conscientious Objectors
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Israel Newsletter By EUAMU SALPETER
Israel. Jordan Agree
I
|SR Ml. anil .1 id.
eal views mi At le -! one
both are opposed lo the
Pale tin i entity" th it
the nucleus or basis ol a
Pale* vrah St tt< For King
ii sein th wou the de-
the W Bt ft :ik from
h> Ihe Aralis th
!. iii.. present eont sted Isr
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dislikes t both short-term and
- "'- An emerging and recognized
Palestinian entity could identify Itsell with ind
support El Fatah; such a Pnlostirdan stal
" Id be less willing i" concede lerrit tri i In ne-
ts; the new State could add yet anothcr
n"- ';-' 'ice .ii anj ma I forum, as Goldn
M some lime ago, "Th..... are enough
*- count lei i rains I lr icl as it
Yi t hi Israel ther< a people not necessa ilj
leftists or defeaists who believe thai ull n iti Ij
p. will omie from an agreement between the
le ol Israel and the Arabs ol Palestine nd not
negot itions between Israel an I rru existing
a i Stati
Ironically, It ma> develop thai it was Ihe Jor-
vernment Hi i i the Palestinian entity
In notion What appears to have been a turning
' occurred in the "Publ c am trrs Cbmmttt '
M .1: ii bn Sh Ikh
1 wh i la Ihe uncontesti d lead- ,.! Hebron
and j in lii Ilj the enti s iuthi rn hi II ol the VI
i; k He convened ih Hebron meetin i wh >n I
' icpt Pal-
estin iiu m -hiii. to n on t
" the local At
mun .- on the West B ik ind insist
bj the Jord
lents
Vest Bank at still Jord.u .
d, What .. it d th.
rnment have to pi I loyal i ibjeets K
Th tion w u cl< a ui rt. oui own t ind
'ho I'a do not change Hum attitu le,' he
in have t chan Th K n
h. ha wants ...,,
rii, Implication was clear; under out own terms an
not those of the Am ii iii government
And .l.ihhaiis ruling that the families i>f HI
Kai..h terrorists who had murdered several v,i:.,
for ^cooperating with the anamy" must pay bj
money to the famines Of the vietims w.,s ui>'|>Iaud>>d
bj the ioc or to iwfblas preeenl at the conference
also. Then- was no diMibt about who wan the boss
re. t]
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the)
re full) Inl i i I n all asp i I I the ..."
ol JPF thai the Jew-
ish ; v drul tee sh provided with
-.li i.. information about his options undet the
law. A i< prepan I to discuss with the
in open to him Inclu lin i>>-
>nmenl for n nduction Mo I
then -I'.uii- r.-r.\ f..i counseling In order to learn
whether Ihej havi an> (rounds fw seeking defer-
m i' lion Counsj topi at the point
li ant ha
re! nt to tual ling Uv
\\ hid Ft iin any p irt I lice. But
the d ot must b. i ide bj the n int
The JPF look kar crisii
ftet thi w ir ends, R M ^ficha II A R ih
Insoi I m-on-thi -Hu Ison. N V as
JPF c rmat i \ lained "we Inten l t.. continue
to as ... p icifism
. | nd to a (hi li
change limali dm is to
J *ish communltv more Rillj Involvi
Aurlil m i thou I vs. o
Panorama:
By DAVID SM
Inl
erview WilhM
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have for the |
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had their
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in Minn SorUi Datoui
thi i iw n l ind 11 i tl ink it bbi
bt ore ti .
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Israel Newsletter
By CARl ALPERT
Story Of A Mohammedan Jew
IT'S \ sv| m.i. ...;.( ,,.., .
if"- Win i, I he ii
the ik wa !,, .\..,
b) ii.- who Identifies
hail- II V | 5 hi. f. M-B"
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that l checked m>
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nd was Bar M
x: .r's degre.
English .:...- pent -
v '" s: '' icial 1,- ..in... bt
ftisl H nt time in Cuba and
Al >'ideno Mi iil tympathl
' l! "cd girl and in 1984 was c im rted to
M hammedanism at a Brooklyn mosque His rim
mn fcanged lo AMaHlah
A year later, with hia wifs and two ohBdren he
settled in the old cttjt of Jerusalem. Ac United Press
earrespondem he covered Jordan, and later became
oWel editor f ttv Cnghsh language Palestine News,
which carried
5ix-Da> Wa Schleil
,n to lit
I.,-1 his news]
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through -nt Isi .
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by curious Israel t .,"

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of belt | tut**'
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himself an orthod thai he ha- Hl las) foui lllB,*#l
He finds lass n
1....1 actuated him in hi >"'"" .,
Hlscritte-nofJuoaisnvZionkm^^J
l.ms pradkttnhle Unei Indeefl <- tt1llfh0*2
things through Hi, \'"";' ;. ,,,11.^'
qualltVa him to serve m N1>1 "
now broadcasting fi"ni Beinn-


May 1. 1970
**-**/*##* rMHn
Lf COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
EShopon dade county-
Florida in probate
|p NO. 70-935
JOHN R. BLANTON
i fetat. pi
i.V Ri'SE
BoTICE TO CREDITORS
m- or Demandi Against
Page 15-A
Sii 1.1
r. notified ami requir-
enl liny 'aims and demands
rvou may have against the es-
, JKKSK A ROBB deceased
Dad< County. Florida, lo the
judge* "f l*ndc County, and
' ,,,. hi duplicate ami as pro-
..:, 733 ii.. Florida Stat-
in their offlcea In the County
,.u-, in i >.ii- County. Florida,
Mx rnlrndar months from the
,( ib, fir-i publication hi reof,
. ,ni. "ill I"' barred
,i mi.,mi. Florida, tin- th day
i h Vl> ''':"
CAKI.TN fl It1 >8E
v-. Bxi mi
i nuhb. at inn of thin notli on
\i.ril. 1970
; A IVTRIN
. fol l-Male
L .1
vDAyEHU
pi m
IHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
| AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-834 iDowling)
"I
/Kl. If WIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i,ml All Peraona Hav-
i ntanda Against Bald
; ., 11) notlftad and raquln !
;., m* and di manda
. ,i, havi against ili. es-
,', ram I Kl. BOTWIN il.->. .!- !
< aunty, Florida, to the
, jm .. ... pad* County, and
uplli :ii. ami na pr<>-
ir, s. i uon I l.li, Floi Ida Btal -
, ||. office* In the < 'univ
|tii..u-. Dude County, Florida,
M\ : i.iT' month- from the
" of thi publloallon hereof,
.,,m- ill he barred
i .mi. Florida, thla 17ih
d( Mar. h a l> I97
M \\:\ id .TWIN"
\- Executrix
st put ttion of this noli,.- ,.n
Ttli .1 \nril. 1970
kll.MAN A I BIN
pit l'\< utrix
load,
r. Bei Fla
I l7-:'t -.tv
LEGAL NOTICE
'Though Mr. Epstein has given the smallest
amount, we honor him tonight because his was
the most sacrificial giving."
Copr 1965 Diytnu Pfoduct.oni
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-6092
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SWTi >S SA I.KM I.
Plaintiff,
va
CARMEN CTAOYS SAI.KMT,
I >> lendanl
Ti>: CARMEN GLADYS SAI.EMI
." i 'hesli i Stt eel No. s
Alla'on, M*.--... Im-. Its
|THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|0F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No 70-6204
|k r.AHA'IA V,
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es i'\ run k .; \ji.\ii.\N,
NOTICE OF SUIT
|.1\MI> PVTKICK HAHAOAN
I ,i- A \ nUe
Uufl I V'.I k
II' AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
jn a. lor dlvor. ha* In .ii
n and you are requli -
I' \ our written lic-
it on HENRY M lit-
ki lor Plaintiff, whose
- i- 'i Risca) ne Building,
10. and file the
I .ii a Itli tii, Clerk ..f the abova
M ".....' or I- f'.r.- May I '.
Hi.it-iii. !it by di faull
be '! agalnsl you for the
If di m. .i. .i in the complainl
:tm:- n i hand and thi ,.l ol
llourt, i V'.nl 10, 1970
B II I F.ATHEKMAN
Circuit Curt
liaili i untj Florida
Hil KRITK KENT
l nil v Clerk
i If .M S 1*1
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOP DARF. COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 70-6390
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I NDBZ,

f IT'/
JKSI FERNANDEZ
\ i i L.
. Put i to Rlro
Ui:it> notified that
r.ir nivni h ii i
i i .1 you an hereb)
oi your
' Pleudl g to ttv 'l nl
.,,., il Plaintiff!! atl
R : l:' 'I US wl......Idr.
L u H'ri t, m mil, Florida
il.....rluli .| with Ho-
lyleil .'. ui i on or
, -l 'i iy of May, 197.....'
1 Lm ntoi i d .iu-.iii .
|*TBn -. th day ,,f April |9T0
: BATHBRMAN
f the I -ri nit i 'ourt
1 v m:i:i r.iiin-: KENT
4/17 -'l ". t-S
ll ACOUNTy JUDGE'S COURT
c,NPFOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-1211
:. .%"""-
iB(H)KKIN
ocaM-il
A,.N.0T|CE TO CREDITORS
j "i reditora ami All Peraona Hav-
I.,,,,'""" 'r "nianda AaaiiiKt S.u.l
f." '" herabj nott(M.and requlr-
ll.h "" lny 'lalmt. un.l il.-niamls
-"", .'"" hv a^aiii.-t the .--
'J1 -I Ai nit UOfUCIN .1. .-.-.>-.-.I
Uuiv i '"'""">. Flori.ln. to the
j1 > Judicea ,,f Dada County, and
b- ... ., """ i" duplii-ate ami a.
P.,;1;'1 m Section 73.1.1.;. Florida
..... their ofri,<.s i,, t]. Conn.
u"';"......."' County. Flo-
-ix ootendar m..nih
of the Ural publication
nr the -:,,,. will |. |,.,rr,.,l
Miami, Florida, this 7ih
1 jjl'rll A n 1970
'"-i: K8KOW OORKTN
r,.. ,,,. As Exacutria
I ITn, ."'""" "' hla notice on
BUT* ,970'
nnoowcDi
I,n,i "-'!.. Florida
4/17-24 5/1-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1320
GEORGE T. CLARK
In HE: Eatuti ..f
. NATHAN DECTSCHMAN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Creditor* ami All Person* Hhv-
-ii.u i'I. inn- or I'etn.in.l- Auain-l Said
l'.-i.ii.-:
You ar<- hereby notified and requir-
ed t.. in-.--, .ii any claim* and demand*
which you may huvi acAlnat the ,^-
Yi .r ARE iii:ki.i'.'. notified thai \\&u of NATHAN i>i:i'I"s.ii.\ian .!- iiffj
Complainl t.-i LMvor". ha* been filed | ,;...,i late of Dade County, Florida,
attain*! you. and you ate h.-reby lo the County .IuiIki of Dade County,
required ;.. mil ., opj of >our and file the kurii in dupllcati and
aiiwwer .n other |i|eadlng to Ihe | ur provided In Hwtlon 733.16, Flo-
Complalnl on the Plaintlffi tttorney. rlda Statute*, in their nfflcra In the
l.KSTKIt K .lr.-.-- i- 999 N.\V, Mill Street, .Miami. Florida, within -is calendar month*
Florida I31JIS and f 'lo. ontm.ii from the lime of the first publication
-h the Clerk f.f the above htylcd hereof, or the aame will bi burred.
Court, .-it or iiei.-r. (hi 15th day of | Dated al Miami, Florida, thla 6lh
\lu> 1970, or tii-- cumplalnl "ill be i dii) of April, a n 1970
UENJAMIN DBCTCHMAN
I.BO DEITCHMAN
\ Vixvi utnr*
Flral publii atlon ol thi* no!......n
the l"ili day of April. 1970.
LEON A EPSTEIN
tttui m y for Eatnte
i 'A in. ..in Road
Miami Reach, Florida ......
I in.17 :t l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-6833
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\ I1.1.IA.M J. IMItKS,
Plaintiff,
> -
ANNETTE H HlltKS.
I i.-l". i..lain.
Ti I: ANNETTE 11 I'.l i:ks
.::_' Mi Allfan
San Hi. a... California
You. ANNKTTH H. BURKS, are
hereb) notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha- been filed
acalnal you, and you are required to
nerve h i opy ..f your AnawiM- or Plead-
rng lo the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, ROBERT H
Bl'KNH ESgi'IRE, 350 Lincoln Road,
Beach, Florida 33139 and file
the original Anawar or Pleadlnc in
the office ..f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 27th day
of May. 1970, If you fail to .1.. -,',.
Judicnu in by default will be taken
you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Thi* .....Ice shall be publlahed once
each u'eek for four ooliHecutivo week-,
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND fiRDERED nl Miami.
Florida, iliis 16th day of April A l>
1970,
i: II l i: \THEIUIAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: I. BNEEIIEN
11.-pui> tlerk
(Circuit < "ourt s.al i
Rl IBEKT II l;l'l!.\s. BSOI 'IRE
::"." Lincoln Road,
Miami r.. ach, Klorlda
Attornej for Plaintiff
t :-t :. l-g-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 70-6313
S ITHAN BROWN,
Plaintiff,
va.
ELEANOR BROWN,
I lefendiint.
TO El KANOR RROWN
4:i4.*i Broadway
laktnd Park,
X.i--au County, New York
You, EI.KA.NOR BROWN, are here-
by notified ih.il a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce ha* been filed auain.-t
you, and you are required t
LEGAL NOTICE

.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1072
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
BEATRICE W SHERWIN,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All (Yedltor* and All Pi raonn H
inn Claims or Demands AgaJnat Bi d
K-iat.-:
You are hereby notified and rcqu -
i-il to presem any .-laims and demui
which >">u mny have against the .
late of BEATRICE \\ HHERWI .',
deceased late ol Dade County. Florii
to the County Judges of bade Coun
an.l file the same in dupllc-ate U
as provide.) in S.-ellon """,. I i, I-'lon
statutes, in their offices In the Cou
ty Courthouse in Dade County, F -
riila, within six calendar month* ii
the inn.- of the first publication her,
of. or the aame will be barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, this
da) ol April, An 1970.
IRA SHi:itU IN
,\- Admlnlai rator
First publii atlon of tin- uol i
the iTih day of April, 1970.
i;i;i IHI IE .III BERT
Attorney for Administrator
sun. :.-;. i me Lincoln Rd Bid*
< 17-24 ri I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HEREBY OIVEN tl t
the underaigm d, di alrl iu to eugagi
i.u.-in.-s under Ihe flctitinu* nami
.\U i.N PECHE DE RO" al 2384 N
: I St., Apt. 11. Miami. Fla inti n I
register aald name with tin- Cl<
i ihe 'Ircull i ourt of i >nde i "oui
Florida
JOSE OA.MAI.I.i ."
R iH.I\ A 511
. w nera
t |a-17-24 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN tl t
the undersigned, desiring i" i narugi
business under thi fictitious names '
.MINER MILLER, ABNER Mll.l.i:
Esq., .MINER .MILLER. Esquire, A
\i:i: illl.LEU P a m; Lincoln Roi
Miami H..oh. Florida, Intend* to r.
ister sai.i name* with the Clerk <>i I -
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florl
ABNER MILLER, P A
SIM. i.N. HAYS& OIU'NDW ERR
."I Alncley BIiIr Miami, Fla 33182
A1 torn. >s for ABNER MILLER. P A
4/17-24 5 I
i opy of your Answer or Pleading to lh. ,
lak" n .,v .,,ife-s, .1
Dated Ap.il ... 1970
E II LEATHERMAN
i "lerk Cin ull ''""i I
Rj .- COPEI-AND
Deput)
i 10-17-24 3 l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1380
In UK Estatl id
l-AI OROSBMAN
I.....,!-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Bin
lug Claim* or Demand* Against Said
E-t.it.
\,.u .,:. r. by not If b .1 and n quir-
f Cinplai.it on ihe Plaintiff
attorney, wiii.ia.m I IIOI.DWORN,
l'.'i Boa 126, Miami. Florida 33145
and fib thi original Answer or Plead-
ing m the office the Clerk of Ihe
Circuit ''ourt -! or before Ihe 29th
day of May, 1970. If you fall I......
so. iudgmcnl h) default will In taken
aga i you lor the relli t demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
Tin- notice -ball b. published once
each week for lour consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
l IXB AND l iRDERED nl Miami
Florida, this lath day of April A D
1970
E H I EATHERMAN. Herk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
Hy : V P C( 'HEI.ANH
I II |.llt> I lei k
ti'ir.-uit Court Seal)
, WILLIAM .1 i ; IIJUVI IRN
AM i ASS< KMATES, P A,
' Altol ,le\ for Plailll III
P.I i:..\ il'<:
: IS99 I'oral Way. Suite 100
I Miami. Florida, 33145
| I14.5 1-S.I5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No. 70-6096
IN THE COUNTY JUDOc S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1472
! UK Estate of
111 \ Ml iNS'i'LIN,
I >. i a -. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per.....- Buy-
ing Claims or [tcmand* Agalnsl Said
..| to i.r.-. :.t any i.i.m- .! demand* Estnti
which you may havi iuru.n*! the ea- You ar. hen-by notified and re- VERNE El l.ENE PATRICK,
i late of K.M Clti'SS.MAN deceased quired to pre*. unj i-laima ami de- Plalntlfl
lati ol Dadi County, Floriila, to the maud* which you may havi agal
c'nunt) iii.Il of Diuli County, and thi estnti ol 11 > V MON8TEIN. de-
file the -am. In duplicate ind as pr.....>-..l late of Dadi County, Floi da,
vided in Section 7.13 6, Florida Btal lln Counts Judge ol Dadi County.,
utea. Ill n the Cou i file Ihi mi tluplli ate i
, urlhou ii Dadi County, Florida, elded ... Section 733.1H, Kloi
will..n -\ alenda im om Staiuti Ihcir offices in the
ui,,, ,f tip first pub.i. lion hereof, in j, Curihous. ,u I '.-: Cou I
th. sumi will hi barn I Ihln si* calendar moi frcm
thii h r the first i n .1
.. ,i \ |. wl he i irreil !
il \i:i:i i iRi iSSM VN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN H -
Ihe undersigned, doalrinp t" engn.
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of EI.EOANTE APARTMENTS \-
SOCIATES. LTD at number inl'1-1>
N E. I.,sib Street, In the Cll> of Not
Miatii. I'..... h, Florida, Intend
n>g|ster tin hiild name vvttn ihe Cli
of thi "Ircull "ourt of l >a le < "our
Florida
II \RRY SCRARMAN
RflBERT II BARON
1/17-24 S I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY RIVEN tl -
Ihe undersigned, vreslrlng t" i ngnge
business under the rictltlou* nami
ELECTRONIC COLOR SER\ ICE -
IV. S W. 17th Ave., Miami. Intel! -
:., rHgi*ter -ai.l name with thi Cli
. f thi "in mi i "ourt of I lade limn'
Florida.
JESI'S RARCTA
I I7-J4 '. I-
ETHEI. MAE PATRICK,
11, feudal I
NOTICE OF SUIT
r< i KTHBI. MAE PATRH K
11 > E -' Market
i in nMlle, Michigan
VtH' \i::: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai ,in Vctlon for Dlvon-e has been I tn pn
a .....I you nri i "iu
L.rve .. opj of
\ V I). 19711
KDW \i::. v COHEN
As I roll
i ibllcul
Ihi Ith .1 ij of Am II, I : I
ki ii r \\ ki ii-. ii
. for
. ||)A Ml '- rEIN,
. I
ilal otida I
i i ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
; M K ZIMMERM >\ IN AND FOK DADE COUNTY.
' You LACK ZIMMERMAN, tpl No FLORIDA IN PROUATE
.., ,.,',',,-: ,-.ih .-: '-' v' No. 70-1445
\ ,i i, i > requn RE: E.......I
,,1 ,;, rve uisin i I VCSSEf. UI, II II Ml OtT.NER
, \.oo*..l ',. I" ,,- "' Selholil | ., .i- -I
BkT Miami. F* NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I your Answer lo thi Complainl for To All Cr.....ora and All ti
m* or Di mandi Agalnsl Said
\- \.........slialor
I of tl
7th das of A pi
Hi Mil Nl IRTI IN
Attoi nej for Adm
14 .. lilacaj '. Building
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COLHt DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 70-7030
M Mil \ ZIMMERMAN
, Divorce nil -l aga i -. iou nd to I Ii
lour Original Answer with tl under-
1 signed clerk of thi tin I ourt, and
I :,, do tin- not lati t than Maj '""
It uou full to do .... .in.lm.- il I... Ui
fault "ill be i.ii> n agalnsl you
I., ted April -'.'. 197", Miami, Ma.
E It [JSATHEHMAN,
ilerk, (Ircull ''..ini
H} v A HEM ETT
I lenut) "Ii i
JOSEPH C I VITBSEU Attornej
lit Beybold Bldg Miami, Fla J1J
Te|.J74s7, 4,4M-s.f:.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jfen/sfl fkrkttM
solicits your legal notices
We appreciate yout
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial $73> 1605
lor messerger Berries
'.,, Ified and n quir-
ed to presi lalms and '".....'-
hi. h >..ii may have against the es-
K MIL BAI'MOAin NEK di
i ,i IhIi of l'.ol. Count}. I
In i,, i un 15 Judge* of Dadi Coun-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1450 George T. Clark
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ol
HARRY RCT.MAN,
., HARIO s Rl TMAN.
I .. .,-..1
To All Cri illtor* and All Persons
Havinn 'i..*...- or lemand*
Va il isl Said Kstai.
v iu an hereb} notiried il reiiu
I an} I .l.in.i
u in.i\ have agalnsl Ihi
ur ivrftten|of H MtliY UCTMAN u k a HAHI
deftiise* If any. tol't on WHITEACRE S RITMAN, deceased lati ol Da
BOBBINS, \ nej or Plalntlfl County. Florida, lo the Count} Judg -
Ii m West rob Slrecl o( Dadi County, and fill the *utni
;. Florl. Iglnal dui....... and as |
l e Cli i the alaivi st}led 7 S Florida Statutes, Ii thi
,.,,. ......i befon Ith da} of Mas flee* ihi Count) Courll usi
.;.. otherwlsi a Judgment mas ... i> di C . \ ngalnsl j ..u for thi i lief d. endni ran II......f tbe
led In the Ci P flrsi publicnl..... hi n of, oi
WITNESS mj i 'I nnd il ol | will lie barn I
said i "ourl on the r.th day of April
E B I K VTHERMAN Cli
. -,- u Coun Dad Cou )
Bj MARR1 EK1TE KENT
Cli k
I 10-17-24 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN RIVEN thai
ih. ii i ill sirl IC .....B
.....under Ihe fii'tltlous name of
II M'lM HOME STORE -U 2173 \ W.
.lib Ave Miami. Fla Intend* to
with Ihe i l. rk
of ihe 'iri ull 'ourl of Dade Count].
i i
\l \\i'i-:i. \l LNl" i/.A r i m rl
, i" Ij Jl '. I
NOTICE UNDER
Dated I Miami. Florida, Ihlf
da} of Vnrll v I l!7n
- IYMOCR VVElSBERtl
\ I "\.. n ...
Firsl publl 'i......f thb
Ihe 'Tib .1 I Vpril, Iki'i
BNtll \N DER ,v Bl'RNKTT
Bs Mai lln Burnt tl
\ \ !>. Kxei utoi
I I Imoln Road Bu
Mia in i :. i Fli
i I" I

iv itml il. .1.....me in dupllcata and i FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
J' provided 111 Section 7M.I. Florida VOTICE IS HliRERY fllVEN lh '
St iiui.- m their offices in ihe Coun* the undersli i desiring lo el
iv Courthouse iii Ihule County, Florida, ,. busln. u r Ihe liotltious name
within -i\ calendar month- from the j f MA YORK A PERFCMERY al MUM
Hum ..f iin Ural publication hereof, Palm \\.-. Hlaleah Intends regial
or the -am. Will be batreil.
ini..I at Miami. Florida, thla 15
,|,,v oi April. A D, 1!,.
\\ \ \ BATMOARTNER
\s Executrix
Fund publication of tin- notice on
the Mth da) of April. 1*7*
MICHAEL s UOIJiBERO, ol
7.K.MKI. KACPMAN ZKMI.I.
Attorn. > for Bxe. utris
1 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, .TICK IS HEREIN .;i\ EN lhal
, n. nl .....igage
hi busl n Linci Road, f>ui
u .mil Bi hi h, I lorld under
u me of iH'ARA:
p| TION M. si PPI.IES *
, l-XJI'll'MKNT intend* In register said
n-lth the Clerk of thi Circuit
Court .-I Dad. Cou I] Florida.
I ,CK SCH VBF
. II \l;\ i:v RICHMAN, BSQ ,
j |fl Lincoln Road
v ..un n> i li. Florida
l 4/17-44 f,/l 8
,r -ai.l name with the I'brl, ..f Ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flo-
i Ida,
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415 0703 THBJM4I* .
III. liJC. SUM. fllfl <
5Hf.T5iSt. (In. -
?3H) :SH3SI J
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 207.--2Acts ot 1941
File Nr, 69 A 1792
Nl ITICH IS HEllKIH til\ EN thai
BEN HOSK1N holder of City (
Miami Tax Sale Certificate No l I
o. ti.. Ini day of Jum A i. Il7.
ha* filed -aim in my ntfi .-, and hi*
in.,.!. .'pi., ii ion for .. '.- ^ deed
he Issued thereon. Bald Certifies -.
embrace* Ihe following deacrlb
property in ihe County of Dade, Sta -
,.f Florida, to-wlt:
I/.i _: Bio. i. :.. North Libert) Cli
Aimi, Plat Book n Pagi SI it
ih.- Count) .a Pa.le. state oi Flo-
rida.
This deed will be issued suhjeel lo n
oiii.-r outstanding delinquent Com t
lagi a n.i 1969 i 'ounty taxes ;, -t
City of Miami taxes and inns.
The a.-se-sillenl Of sal'l propel
under the -ai.l certlflcati was in il
name ..f: llll i:y \- JTTA vri'A ho-
i nlesi -1 certificate ahall be i -
dei me.l hi nrdlng to law the in i-
nerty desi Ihed herein will he sold lo
the high, -i Ii ddi i for rash
Cnurthousi door on the first Monday
Il mo-nil of Max. 1970, Which I
the 4Hi day of .May. 1970
Dali .1 ihlf 30th da) of March, 197
K n l i: \'l'll BRM VN,
Clerk of i "H-. nil ourt.
Count) Florida
H) P F HI'l.liSTIIAND
i.. nuty Clerk
i .11. 'oui i Si .-.I i
4 10-17-24


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Xoit tizts available immtAattly, mcUm( hairy oar tat
CENTRAL MIAMI:5300 nw 27th ave...634155S W 1%
NORTH MIAMI: 13360 N.w. 7th ave.......681 8541 v3<
MIAMI SHORES: 8801 biscayne blvd. 759 4446 ^--^3*'' 2
N. MIAMI BEACH: i?oo n e. 163rd ST.... 945-7454 G ^^ jgh f
MIAMI BEACH: 1454 alton road......53*5331 V, Ml J&S*'
COR Al GABIES:8 "di *"it% Rd* 446-8101 *------TZ^tcDMS
SOUTH BADE: 9001 s. dixie highway .. 667-7575 EASY BUDGET TfcKI*J
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FT. LAUD.: 1740 e. sunrise blvd.......525-7588 w- PALM Bl*c"-515 5


fewislh Flor idian
""T" >.: ~- Friday. May 1. 1970
Temple Installs Officers
At Friday Night Services
and New
York
Hans
to BUC-
I
civil li ader
I i n cti 'i
I as president of
Miami Beach
,... | in. (Hand to serve
k]... : the congnration's
tors, it has been an-
,<..!! be installed
,. night servloi by
who has h.( n
t ., agogue as rabbi tor
126 yi ars.
noring the newly-
directors and
,. ,. Id following the
,. Fri< Hand Ballroom
i : located at 1701
li' '
who makes his
[at 47i" I "ollins Ave.. is the
I,.,, i oard of Swam e
subs idiary of Polach
, li Hi is a former na-
of the American
a- Assi elation, and
ervcri chairman of the
of the United Jew-
, ati r N< w York.
livi ii ; i Emanu-EI foi-
st I yi ars, Mr. Pearl-
Bias sen tl in key positions
campaigns to build its new
I school building as
i; expand I-ehrman Day
bl. H' is a it How of Branded
fcrsity ar.d a founder of the
h I In Ccllegt of Medi-
and t served on the New
UewiE d< ration's board of
i. m cutlve board.
. Fri v. ho serves as
board of Food
|s [ resident of Mount
V i I: al officer
ological S mi-
hi s.: vea in k. j
[si ai l B nds
i. L'nitcd Jewish
I idi nt of tin
. m< i president
' liami Ji w ish F< d-
Hand is also a
I: I 'tiivi rsity, a
ll-1 I'nivi rsity of Ml-
rd and In ads thi
lati in.
Ci i wi'l join Mayer II.
iKel, .' Rose, Harrj
l i i t< in and Max
Pallanoff. Taking office as hon-
irary vice presidents will be Col
lacob Arvey, Bernard 1. Binder.
rli tt, Matthew Rr en-
hau .Julie Ri li Kx iii' 'l
Rul .- Rubii ) s id-
kfn, lr\. .. Sohatcmn Harold .1
Segal, David Shapiro, s..i C Shaye,
.I,,, k Sllverman. Milton Smith, Alfred
Bti in I Mai :o :\i Si....., Michael
r Charli Vavera, Raphael K
Vui .",.1 Tin odon A Zalli a,
Truati i i I,,- Inalalled Include
i' eph \t"l< lv, i .-' > mour l.
Alterman Benjamin Appel, Dr Kllis
M Barrlat, l.,.ui.- Baron, Jack Hash,
Andre Rlalolenkl, Pol, Milton R
Ilium. Col Dudley n Brodie, Harold
.1 Brookx, 11.ih l s Duhhln, B< n
I J.,. l. Plnebi rg, Irving Firlel,
.1 1' Prank, Maurice *' Purman,
Harold L Uaffln, Henry Gewlts, Hen
Uiller, Dr Lee P Goldberg, Samuel
G In, Abraham Gordon, Dr Ar-
Ihur Greene, Melvln Groaaman, Mur-
ray M. Grossman, Gabriel Heatter,
Lawrence Heifer, Samuel A Kaftan,
Al L Loevner, l.i'n l.u.ulv. Murry
Malael. Dr Meyer B Murks. Samuel
Mufaon, Samuel Norkeen, Ben Sfov-
ack, Al Oaheroff, Judge 1. Pallot, Lee
Ratner, Charles Roaengarten, O*
.1 Roaentraurli, Burnett Roth, Sey-
mour Rubin, I ir Mortimer Schaffer
Prank Schneider, Benjamin S. Sch-
warti, Murr.,\ Schwartzman, Charles
Rimon, I "in-- Spector, David Stern,
s ii Rli hard B Stoni Israi l Ta
I >r Harold M I'nger, Abe Waxen-
berg Judgi Eugem .1 SVelss and
Malcolm w. Idenberg
OLicers oi the Women's Auxiliary cf the Hebrew Home fc:
the Aged oi Miami Beach receive congratulations frorr.
Rop. Robert Hector. Mrs. Ida Kostoff. president of the
Women's Auxiliary, which lounded the present Home, and
is new starting its expansion drive, is shown at right. Mr=.
Lillicn Tcwnsend and Mrs. Dorothy Singer are at left.
Messick Breakfast Speaker Sunday
A doul li -barn 11. d program will
i, conducted by the Brotherhood
nl Ti moli B. th Sholom Sunday at
its 10:.'!0 a.m. monthly breakfast.
in the auditorium of the temple,
|] ',; Chase Ave., Martin J. Sti
. n sidi m. has announced.
The Brotherhood's annual Blood
Bank drivi will begin at 9 a.m..
and blood di nors are asked not to
: i befi re j-i\ ing thi ir donat i i
Ample bn akfast will be supplied
fri e to bl od donors. The i
fasi speak i will be Hank Messi
. mi Beach Sun columnist, v i
mill speak on "Crime in Da.
nty." The program is open to
the community as well as to m n-
,i- of the Brotherhood, which
ipports the Youth Activities i i -
m of the temple.
Joseph Novel is chairman ol
Brotherhood Youth Activities c
itec; A iron Fan- serves as
lirman of the Brotherhoo ;
rogram committee.
HARRY PEARIMAN
Samuel J. Halperin. Harry Mill-
man, A. J. Molasky, Alexander
Muss and Jack S. Popick.
Ptlu r officers tola- installed are
Jack Taylor, treasurer; Larry
Paskow. Sydney Clans and Stephen
Muss, associate treasurers; Morris
Fisher, si en taryj Dr. Jack J. Falk,
Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan and Rob-
. it I.. Blum, associate secretaries;
Herbert Buchwald, financial scc-
i ta:..; Joseph Hoffman. Judgt
Herb ri S Shapiro and Murry Ko-
rxtzky, ass ial financial secre-
lies; Di ;': an R Mi chlowitz,
:' c rding s ci tary and Samuel
X.11 i. i ii N al Heller and
l.i oi ard Zi lxrl iate rec rd
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n
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l.i!,. lorn
i... i in.if
N Barad Max llau i '<
Berk, Sam Itlnnk Dr
llunlm 8ieoh< i
lm lude
I
tin.in N
I .i. A
P
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I
|n ii.
.
'
:
memrx is ol
i nts' council.
its will be
fivi others wh_
I the 1,5 kMandly
..an, Sam-
.... A l.i vy an i
'.ii '. rs .' dg
Mi rton, Abe
nd G '! J.
; i Stanl y
l-'r- ( .
Mir, ii Cohi -i Ja h
i 'ooper, lienjamli C>|ei M I
: r.. Leon A Kp-
Pelm Judgi Mil-
ton Feller, i rd Frli dland, Mau-
i. Qam S i' M Oilier, \
.... ,,.. rgi Ui Idbi rg, Sol Hi i'l-
nteln, Comm All vandi r S.
,\ ill .mi 11 Gordon. Irving tireei
I |, H .ii ei Ted Hollo, Di Milton
Jai obai n, Samui I Ki l, Bernard l>
I. ,,..., Pern K '>
Bei im'n :. Kline, William Kline.
i R. Koxori
I .,:. .\u~. I 'n\i 1 e> Inaon, Rli tl-
ard i.m Sam Luby, Jr and l >i
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Pomestead Air Force Base, the "zaddik." who brought Pass-
re' Wins and matzos from Israel fcr the Jewish personnel,
pied v.ih some of them as they held their gifts. From left
P U Col. John E. Pickering. Jr., Base chaplain, Rabbi
Pedi-nder'g assistant. Rabbi Avrum Felix, Col. Harry
Pup. Rabbi Friedlander. who b holdinq a l,000-yeor-old
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Architect's drawing cf the interior of Temple Ner Tnmid.
which is being refurbished. The first phase of the project is
scheduled to be completed this summer.
Shaw Ke\eals Ner Tamid
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Tin first phase ol ih. T. mple
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mi 1 uf 1971.
Independance Day Marked
The Moadoivlvri Hebrew speak-
ing club will prawnl a musical-
educational program in honor of
is rail's 22nd Independence Day at
S p.m. Monday at 100 Lincoln I'.d .
Miami Beach. Vafla Dermer, wife
f Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der-
mer, and Moe Levin, well-known
orator, will l> featured on th.
program.
WASHINGTON IJTA) Rep.
Richard L 1 "ttlngar 1 D-NX1 lias
UMtjscd th.- Bust Qaaaasj atrpmrt-
; ol defiavllng persona ship-
airmail pai kagi s i" Israel
in,l hi .ii" 11 ing the Ai ab t< 1.....si
11 mpt i" blackmail Israel 1
i ttinjter, who had revealed two
B pi 1 \ mush 1 hal 1 he Pi '>'
Hffiee was no loni nng pai -
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No orders havi beei I 1 such
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I' bati ii permitted unless tin
stomer produci s the original
h rapping pap aft it baa b
1 ceived in larai I T'i. obvious in-
t. nt o! the administration,*' 1.
I t tlngi r said, 1- not to arous. thi
lewlsh 1' .:. rtunit S .. h 1 policy ."
Ih noted, "compounds the original
1 mi and plaei 1 the I'.-st i iffici
in ih positron ul .in nl mg .
ton* is who s. 1 k in .-. ml 1
to Israel "
Ri 1 I rttingi : calk d on th. Post
*Hici l N pai' i nl to m 1 otiatc an
airmail contract with l-.i AI Ai
im< s i..i the trai n ol ah
mail packagt s, and to -1 ;. .is i*>i-
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sponsoring an ua> nteal foi
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Dade County, ixith boys and girki
A S29 savings bond will be award-
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subject This Is M\ Country" ami
the winning boy and girl will read
their essays at an award o n -
mony at the annual JWVA con-
vention in the Americana Hotel
during June.
The cnt. st was approved by
th' Hoard of Public Instruction
and is aimed at stimulating chil-
Iren's appn ciation ol the United
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May I
1970
+Je*isi> rhridian
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Plight Of Broken Families
Publicized By Soy iet Mom
lce:s have been installed by the newest
. :n .1,0 South Florida Council of B'nai
Miami Latin Lodge No. 2796, which
e the only B.B. Lodge in the United
* conducting its meetings in Spanish.
bj front row are (from left) vice presidents
!r, Habif and Joseph L. Shaipe. Enrigue
l. .a, Charter president; Herman Neisler,
t -resident, and Circuit Judge Milton A.
t. nan, who served as installation officer.
In the back row are Jack R. Glick, Supreme
Lodge legional membership director; Zeidel
D Gabriel, corresponding secretary; Alberto
Bshar. treasurer; Morris Rappaort, financial
secretary; Raphael Sobie, program chair-
man; Dr. Felix Reyler. ADL chairman; Rabbi
Dov Rozencwaig. chaplain; Herman Nudel-
man, chairman of the District New Ledges
Committee, and Jack Kirschbaum, member
of DGL No. 5's board of governors.
N*
(.s Minister lo the United Nations. Jacob Barmore, (left)
I the Histadrut Founders' Award to Mr. and Mrs.
p Helman in a ceremony highlighting the Third Seder
(. ition marking the State of Israel's 22nd anniversary
f .veek nt the Fontainebleau Hotel. More than S250.000
b for the Moshe Sharett College of Management
I". 1 at the banguet.
loys Town Principal
[lo Speak At Dinner
Morris Rabinowitz of the Miami
Diamond Center, who was re-
cently elected Exalted Ruler cf
Miami Elks Ledge 948, is serv
inq as chairman cf the 1970
CJA IEF campaign's Jewelry
Division. He has announced a
100 percent increase in giving
in his division.
WASHINGTON (JTAI Lea
Slovan, who has not seen her
dau] hti i' in more than a y< ai. is
lhe mothers > pai.? tl 1 ir childi en bj 11 i- 1 efusal i
. -n in allow H
ji m:- lo emi .1 ate to Israel. Th< re
in 117 mothers separated from
Ineir childrj n bj politics, she says
some ot whom have nol si n them
lor as 111 ich as _s yi ars,
Mrs. Slovin, a grey-eyed red*
head, is in the United States to
publicize ilii plight ol these brok-
n families and enlist public sup-
porl in an efforl to convince the
Russian authorities that families
siiouli! not hi' separated by na-
lional borders.
When Mrs. Slovin. her hushaml.
Raruch, ami the two younger chil-
dren emigrated to Israel from Lat-
11.. last star. Mr.-. Slovin's oldest,
Nocmi, who is now 20. was denied
(i.'i mission to leave. She now lives
with her father, Mrs. Slovin's first
husband, who has been trying since
1961 in gel permission to go to
Israel.
"I have noi hail a letti r from
her in seven months," Mis. Slovin
said, "hui I h ive spoken to hei on
(he ii U-phone several times. In hi 1
lasi letter she \vroti 'Mommy, I
ini ol you < V' ry night anil
\ : l waki thi mornings I
1 ; 1 1 I 1 M 11;; ;.
For a;.m. J" ws in Russi 1 Is-
i is th< ii historical motherland,
'i hey di E to Israel
.. ,1 11, :i 11 1- bad in R issia and
^ood in Israel but bi cause Israi I
is their homo. I dreamed all my
life about Israel," Mis. Slo\ ii
r, R ssian Jews are not
igrate to Israel un-
1 s~ the have an invitation from a
relath e, sh and her family did
not g< 1 an opportunity to apply
for exit visas until !%(;. when
1 went in [siai l and
si ni them an in\ itat Ion to -
And even though Mrs. Slot in
was a lawyer in Latvia specializ-
in getting exit \;s.is for Rus-
sian -Ii ws. ji took thn i' y< at s to
., 1 the papers [01 four ol the 1 Ive
Slovins.
Mrs. Slovin visited Rita Hauser,
U.S. i'i i'i 1 sentathe to the United
Nations' Human Rights Commis-
-'on. and several U.S. Senators in
her effort to gel support for thi-
ll" families in Israel who want
to be reunited with the relatives
in Russia. Mrs. Slovin said she
dared not hope that her meetings
with them would change her own
(laughter's situation, but at least
her visit had brought the families'
alight to the attention of those
ir positions ol power.
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kicking off the
to provide $500,000 for
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pus ni thi' South's
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coehairmeii ol the dinner and ol
.In funu-rajsjng di ive.
Academ>' prvsidi nl Louis Mer-
rtitzer and Rabbi Alexander S.
C'.roBS, principal, are working with
Samuel Reinhard, campaign co-
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plans for the Inaugural Dinner.
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At the 24th annual :retaliation dinner of Miami Boach
lodae No. 1591, B'nai Biith. the largest in Miami Beach,
ich was held last month at the Seville Hotel, ere iiiom
Irving Schatzman honorary '.:!? president; George
:.::z:l. installation cfticer and keynote speaker who, as
he new national chairman of the Ant:-Deiamction Leaau?';
'. Community Service Committee is responsible tor
ding the net on-w tea of the 30 rec: :ea
ed by the ADL- Lawrence H. Shuman, pres: lent
Lodge, and Samuel Pas. ry life president
b master c! ceremci
Two I -M Scientists Present
Papers On Origin Of Life
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wore in\ Ited to ;>i et
- rs at the third inti
fereno n the (irigin : Life
i recently in Pont-a-M
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Congregations of America,
will receive the UOJCA's
1970 Kether Shem Tov Award
at the organization's annual
dinner in New York Sunday,
May 17.
Kahin Attending C.L.U. Institute
Samuel J. Rabin, C.L.U.. general
agent <>f Guardian Life Insurance
Company of Am.nca. lias tx-j-n at-
;< iniing a week-long program of
ftdvanced Study in business ami
i\ Financial planning at the
He Is < ne of 80 attending the
graduate i< wi seminar._____
The C.L.U. dealgnal nt-
it by the American College of
Life I'nderwriters to persons who
have passed a seri.-s of profession-
al examinations aint met the col-
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ithieal requiri'irnnts. Mr Rabin
has been a C.L.U since 1966, and
i-; a mMrTTHT in good si in lii
(he National Association of Life
Under wriLeu and a QttaUfying
and Life Member of the Million
Dollar Kounl Table.
Construction Begun On New
Branch OfF Flagler Federal
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tentative* of I
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. i walkways, .li \\ ways and
parking "ill n.' utlll I A otp-
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multi-color concrt te itti i*1, k i -
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i minimizing traffli Ita;
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m hldi in i'ii m ml.. '>i-inl Ing I
temporar) "mobile home" on the
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i i :i li Malta is chairman of th
; Flagler Fi lei al, wvhfc ii
lists Ita am ta at ktlO0.OOO.OOO
Nathan Meltzer is president
!i rs hel Ron nthal executivi \ u i
lent.
The men with the shovels at Flagler Federal's groundbreak-
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Parker, North Miami Beach Mayor David Lapham. Paul H.
Marks, chairman, and Nathan Meltzer. president of the
savings and loan association.
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Installation-Fashion Show
i Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
hold an installation luncheon
fashion show in the Fontaine-
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ol the musical fashion
nted by Hurdine's un-
ction o! Hetty Sherwtn
Iv y tu the Future."
bbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
lr <.i Ti mple Heth Sholom
In-ill serve as installation offi-
sv-,1] install Mrs. Meyer Don as
L71 piisidtnt of the Auxiliary
I \ : ay Kern, honorary
. pn tident to be In-
- Jay Allen Slegel,
I r vices; Mrs. Kdwanl
bwen, In-Patient Services;
ji> i,d Farber, UambersMp;
In James H. Ruby, Ways
Means Secretarial include
Samuel s lt/er. recording;
| Lloyd I'.uskin. corresponding;
. Negrtn, assistant cor-
mien's League
r.ci In Miami Beach Chapter,
en's I.i.iL'iie for Israel, Inc.,
linstall Mrs. Cele Heeker, Mrs.
Hochstim and Mrs. Kmma
|r.ir as it- presidium for the
Kg y< ir at its fifth annual
illation luncheon in the Al-
ii' I at noon Wednesday.
6 Kdyth Geiger, Southeast
(onal din ctor of the American
r ds Hebrew University,
I st; \ as installation officer.
Ihi r officers to be installed
r the o remonlea arc Mrs.
Mrs. Hose Deller-
Mrs th K.ipell. Mrs. Viola
k : hither Tyson. Mrs.
ii Dri ssner, Mrs. Sara Chcs-
l.illian Winter. Mrs.
kh K .- in, Mrs, Rae Ti r* n,
lb th Rii hman and Mrs. Rose
P
1 >< llerson, program
1 has arranged an out-
| n 1 nil. Including the
I i\ n by Mis. Fay.-
responding; Mrs. Sherman R. Kap-
lan, financial, and Mrs. Maurice
Green, assistant financial. Mrs.
Alexander Libow will take over
her duties as treasurer, and Mrs.
kertram J. Thorpe as parliamen-
tarian. Mrs. Martin Kur/weil. the
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, and the board of directors
elected for lii70-72 will also be in-
stalled.
Mis. Milton Sirkin, chairman of
the day. will l>c assisted by ticket
chairman Mrs. Harvey Salomon,
Mrs. Howard Grumer, chairman of
hostesses; Mrs. Nancy Negrin,
chairman of props, and Mrs. Ar-
thur Burrell, publicity cchairman.
Floral decorations will he provid-
ed by Mount Sinai Hospital's Gar-
den Club, under the supervision
of Mrs. Ix)uis Baron. Tickets and
reservations are available at the
1 Auxiliary office.
Installs Presidium
Tupler. honorary president of the
1 Chapter, greetings by Dr. Abra-
, ham Wolfson. who founded the
Spinoza Forum, and guest sjieaker
Samuel Pascoe, first vice president
I of the Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, and member
of the board of governors of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai
B'rith. Music will be provided by
song-stylist {Catherine Russell, ac-
companied by concert pianist Aida
j Vaslo.
Beth Kodesh Installation
Officers and board numbers of
Heth Kodesh. its Sisterhood and
Men's Club will be installed at the
synagogue Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Congregation president Dr. Na-
than K. Spector, Men's Club pres-
ident Bernard Sedon and Sister-
hood president Mrs. Sam Portin
will be taking the oath of office.
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This group is making final plans for Friday's
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary installation
and luncheon in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
From left (seated) are Mrs. Louis Baron,
gcrden club-decorations; Mrs. Arthur dejong,
ticket chairman; Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe, vice
president-membership; Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
luncheon chairman; Mrs. Nancy Negrir.
props chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Gruber
hospitality chairman. Standing are Mrs
Harvey Salomon, ticket chairman; Mrs. A:
thur Burrell, publicity; Mrs. Howard Grume:
hostess chairman, and Mrs. Israel Friec
man. hospitality chairman.
Executive Committee members installed at
a recent Greater Miami Chapter of Brandeis
University National Women's Committee in
the Doral Beach Hotel included Mrs. Harold
Dorfman, incoming president, (seated at left)
Mrs. William Smith, administrative vice
president and (standing) Mrs. Barbara Rado.
recording secretary; Mrs. Morton Schwartz,
treasurer; Mrs. Max Thorner, vice president-
Mrs. Harold Horowitz, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Lee Gottlieb, assistant correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Jeannette Kay, assistar.:
financial secretary, and Mrs. Lester Sege;-
man, vice president. Mrs. Arthur Jurkowit:
a past president of the Women's Committee,
was the installation officer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman and Mayor Jay Dermer
{^onqratulations to .
1 f-"% +ucherman
^yvlr. and\JVlrs. Joseph
on woxr fiftieth (JJcJJina ^Anniversary
anJ for the wonderful and dedicated work
for the Jewish JMational \fut*J ana1 Ssrael.
sjflauor Jay ^Dernier, president
Jewish 420 JZincoln '/Von./.

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A Selection oi the Works of
SARA MARTINEZ
May 4 to May 1 5
Weekday* 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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COCONUT 6R0VE, FLA.
Beth David Ladies
Install New Slate
i The installation luncheon for the
new slate ol offici ra of B< th David
Congregation's Sisteihood will be
held ;ii 11 a.m. Wi dm sda May
13, in Snrctor Hall with Mrs.
Stanlej Myi rs si i \ ing as installa-
tion officer, Mrs Si ymour Frii nd,
; 11 sident, has announced.
Taking over the leadership ol
the Sisti rh.....i will be Mrs. Nor-
man Sholk, president; Mrs, Bert
Saul. Mis. Al Beer, Mrs, J
lanenba im, Mrs, Richard Baili j
ind .Mrs. FtoDi rl Sii gel, \ Ice pri -
,!ents; Mrs. Harold Rappaport,
ii .hi ding -i ci tarj ; Mrs. Stanli y
Scher, corresponding secretary,
Mis. Iiy Coverman, membership
rl! tarj; Mrs. Manuel Lubel,
treasurer; Mrs. David Parnes, par-
liamentarian, and Mrs Seymour
F rii nd, ad\ isor
( hi the board of directors for
the coming year will be Mrs. Ar-
thur Aili- r Mrs. David Alterman,
Mrs Harold Berke, Mrs. Alvin
r, Mrs ,1 Rdward Cantor.
Mrs Herbert Cashvan, Mrs. Na-
than Glover, Mis Burton Levey,
Mrs Herbert Pincus, Mrs. Marvin
nb< i Mi s r.i rnard Sandrew.
Mis. [rvin Sirkin, Mis Robert Sir-
iill, Mrs Charles Spingarn, Mrs.
John Strunin, Mrs. Sarah Swing-
r, Mis. Moii Ti ndrich and Mis.
Morton VVeinbei ger.
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WEEKDAYS 10-6 SAT 6. SUN. 12-6
Named :is delegates to the con-
ition i'iiil were Mrs. I.<>
i ii i\ i man and Mrs. Murray
Parks. Nils My ("o\. i inan. Mrs.
Seymour FYiend. Mrs. Jack
Greene, Mrs. Seymour Kaplan,
Mrs. Manui 1 Lubel, Mrs. Charles
Spingarn and Mrs. Moie Tendrich
were named to the nominating
committee for 1970-71.
Members <>f the nominating
committee responsible for the new
slate were Mrs. Jack Greene,
1 chairman. Mrs. Leo Hi avcrman,
\ Mrs. Walter Kalk, Mrs David
; Parnes, Mrs. Murray Dacka, Mrs.
j Harold Reinhard, Mrs. Lawrence
Sclur. Mrs. Nathan Spiegclmaii
and Mrs. Charles Spingarn.
on sjfke '-X).iy Cjive C-Ti.fjf
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Psychologist Heard By
Optometric Association
due of the featured speakers al
j the Florida Optometric Associa-
tion's 68th annual convention be-
ing held this week in Miami Beach
was Leonard Haber, Ph.D.. who
addressed them on "Methods of
j Dealing with the Drug oriented
: Patient."
Dr, Haber, psychological consul-
tant for Dodge Memorial Hospital,
South Florida State Hospital, the
Florida State Division ol Voca-
tional Rehabilitation, the National
Parkinson Foundation and Radio
Station WKAT, resides with his
Wife and three children al "-ISO
N. Bai I'M Miami Beach.
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
A proclamation declaring May 2 "Single Paren's cf Miami
Beach Day for Variety Children's Hospital" is presented by
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer to Cathi A. Taylor, pro-
gram chairman for Single Parents of Miami Beach, which is
sponsciing the Black and White Ball in the East Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel Saturday evening. Proceeds of
the 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. event will go to Variety Children's Hos-
pital for childhood disease research. The Danny Lapin
Orchestra will provide music for dancing.
Host committee chairmen Mr. and Mrs. William J. Baros
discuss plans for the Temple Beth Am Israel Dinner of
State honoring temple and civic leader Joseph Altschuller
with dinner chairman Alan B. Kessler and Mrs. Kessler.
The Israel Bond aifair will be held in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday evening.
BUSINESS! **
*lOl*IWST amor* 2^ I
* ..* f -.'- r*-"> P aflfc
Judge Milton R. Friedman presents a plague to Mrs. Milton
Sands in appreciation for her efforts as counselor of Lincoln
Chapter 1288, B'nai B'rith Women, during the past year, as
chapter president Mrs. Moe Reiffen looks on.

?0O N E \?i Streitf
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0184
617 N F. 163rd St.
North Minn" Bti Ii
Looking ahead to the coming year for Beth
David Sisteihood are its officers, (from left)
Mrs. Bert Saul, Mrs. Joseph Tannenbaum.
Mrs. David Parnes, Mrs. Stanley Scher,
incoming president Mrs. Norman Sholk. out-
going president Mrs. Seymour Friend. Mrs.
hichaid Bailey, Mrs. Manuol Lubal and
Mrs. Albert J. Beer.


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, ^Xtboiit jjcoplc and f^laccs .
MO NAME I'OR A I.ITTI.K iJIRI.
AUoki JMniM tte \\'oinl>'i\;oi- .- i hale girl
vith a l>;n name who lives In Springfield. Pa..
nli her daddy biophystclst Larry Wi
nd her mama, pa; st Jo Ann we
This tiny little female's ther :- Mrs
Sylvia \> P, who 1.'- M I" !i ll
Parker l>>>:':!.i >. And I re her arrival wae
nminent, her efficient ;> :vnts had the suitcase
ted and waiting i"i the b I is '. 4 hour*
!. away and they were ; ..... on "naru
childbirth Larrj boned up on procedures ind
houghl h.' was quite prepared bul well
r>t. thej left i!i. suitcas it home, ind sei
" Ann h id t" have .1 C sari in sect! in. Bui all
- well tiii' pnds well, they say, and Larrj has
omc wonderful pictures of 1 gorgeous baby to
rove 11
ON TH::iR GOLDEN WEDDING DAY
One morning Lou and Goldie Cohen opened
: n importani looking gold-imprinted invitation
that eanv in the mail. It Ix'-.in: Th<' children of
Mr an.1 Mrs. Louis Cohen reqiu-st ." and was
n imitation to their 50;h wedding anniversary
inner-party. The children are Mr. and Mrs.
P.oy Cohen, who live on Treasure Lsland. and Mr.
.-nd Mrs. Sidney c'olvn. whose home is in Or-
ndo. and what a party it turned out to he! The
- Ida] hall at Temple Ner Taniid had been turned
hto a bower of gold and white flowers Two
huge photographs of Lou and Goldie showed
how they looked at the time of their marriage
ind on their 2^th anniversary. 1 Their hair is
{layer, but there's little change otherwise 1
After Rail 1 Kugene Labovit/ performed an-
other wedding ceremony for them under the
vhite-and-gold ehu|Kih. Lou knew ho was mar-
ne f >r sure ;t v. 1 loubl
ind wban H was over LoUj after fifty
was for the Brat t.m. wiring
'.:ri4 ring! R xI>;>i M irris Cloodblatt. who had
in Philadelphia, and his wif.
,. :. tin 25th anniversarj celebra-
,:. i flew in ;''.' tins one, too Goldie sisters
and thru so un. ~ ala i I
in :i >m Philadelphia, and the magnificenl cake
a : -a :. : mi I hie 1 1 >. 1 didn't gel anj 1 I
it get to this momente ms
event which happened while I was immobilized
in Mo Sina will be pictures and recordlngs.1
Tall ild nd wh h enten I ces wi on ich
of t* ten and the music was fabul ius
T f the grandchildren. Denny, Robert and
Jerry were there, but Mike, a student at Penn
State, couldn't make it He telephoned, however
ends from way back were there, includ-
ing Mr ind Mrs. Harry (I'.a/et. Mrs Hannah
.in Mrs Murray Staraw, Mrs. Sadie
Trosky, Mr and Mis Herman Shaw. Mr and
Ml*. Al Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nankin. Mi-
ami Mrs Irving Weingroff. Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Kurzwell, Mr. and Mrs Alvin Savage. Mr. and
Mrs Murray Walland, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Blake, Mr*. Kitty Kaufman. Mr and Mrs. Leon
Kafin. Mr and Mrs. Ben Serrant. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Paulschock. Mr. and Mrs Jack Meyer,
Mr ami Mrs Ir\mg Begun. Mr and Mrs Mur-
ray Bass and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Hittleman.
I Just 7** C7J. ^n Qj^
By PEGGY Err
"Do your own thing" will be th.
Lheme .i the week-end at Lala-
rada whin nine couples go down
fish, swim, play foil and just
.Ian: relax The loafers are Ceil
ind Haloid Abbott. Millie and
Michael Covins, Rose and Wally
Steinberg, Gert and .lack Levb
Florence and Jute Tucker, Edith
ind Max Silver, Alice and Hob
rauber, Gert and Paul Kaplan
On your B2nd birthday you
ihould haw the fixxl of your choice
:: your celebration and that's
xactl) what Lewis Roth is hav-
ing He and his bride ol sixt)
years, Irene, are invited to the
of til. n son, Ed, and ins wife,
Doe, for a Southern seafood din-
ner. "Thev spread newspapers 01
the tables, and get down to eating
seafood the same way they do in
SeorgiaJ There's nothing better
than down-home cooking; Happy
92nd. Lewis .

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black :: pot nits a chxaal
"Younger than Springtime" was ,1 oh, the L-ood old daji
the way Helyne Triester felt when urn .' nis.iwnis vim
she and Kenny gave a reception announcements pirtunt tfg
for her sister and brother-in-law. stars ol the 19.10'j. jars rf2
Nancy and Norman Lipoff. who .-and. mdy counta.|l
ire moving here from Tampa, up Vietrola. and even 1J
franc** wc'i
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Mav Meetings Of Mizrachi Women
Irs, Isaae Berlin, president of
aana Chapter, Mizrachi Worn-
ias issued an inviation to their
i : party, which will l>e held it
1 in. Wednesday, May 18 on the
t< aee of 7930 Tatem Watarwaj
D c which is under roof) Pro-
< is of the event, for which Mrs
nie Kornreich and Mis R me
Hat ten will s-T\ing as bosteas-
s will go to the Israel chikin n s
Fresh Air Fund.
Kolko. president, has announced.
The following Thursday, May 21,
the loard of Hatikvah Chapter
I.as been Invited to a 11 a.m.
luncheon in the home of Mi and
Hatikvah Chapter will hold its .%]^ ,lv|m. S(.hmil. 510, ,-, |ns
Strawberry Festival and liwuon ,. .. _. .,.
marking the Schnura 50th
Show at Knits Internali mal, 1800
\\.
Rd., at 1 p.m. on Mav 11. Re- eddi-.: anniversary
ihnv nis and dooi prizes will
ilso be featured, Mrs. Hvman
i A lawyer. Norman Ls coming to
spread his lawful knowledge
round Miami, i Friends and rela-
tives flocked in from far and
near the most Important being
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bressler. of
\tlanta. parents of Helyne and
Nancy. Greeters included Diane
pnd Lenny Triester. KIsa and Mel
Greenbarg, Jackie and Bob Trau-
Dorts and Mori SabaL Bob
Trope. Bluma and Mort Marcus,
Gloria and Howard Scharlin. Garv
Lou and Benedict SUverman, Ar-
i- -,-1. and Micha.d Tobin. Barbara
ind Howard Katzen, Gloria and
Ronnie Pa'.lot and Mr. and Mis
V.IU it Kahn It was a nice, old-
fashioned Miami welcome and > i
rhe N'. a v : i< Times ..mail
April. l'.t.iO. Some of thwtl
young to remember the* M
*en Kiekv anil David Seaaal
(.die ar.! Ainu- Strauss JsdjI
i air. kman Ann udsl
y velyn and Knl
rragash I \< lyn and Mon lt|
Marleni I I lick Stoat Rai
Richard Palkrt, Iris and kl
Franco Bobby and Lean w|
from New!
I. tin. i Paul froal
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|Mode!:ng heirloom bridal gowns at Temple
iBeth Sholom Sisterhood's annual Spring
[Luncheon are (from left) Carolee Hartley, in
[wedding gown worn 50 years ago by Ann
fAioerr Niety Gerson, wearing Shirley Spec-
LEO HOHAUSER
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|5 -.."-, Dad* Countr 0er 25 Iran
P11 S.W. 14th IT. HI 6 W4
tor's 23-year-old gown; Amy Sems modeling
Mickey Granoff's 1938 style and Mary
Diego in gown dating back to 1906 which
was lent for the occasion by Mrs. Rose Lef-
kowitz, a resident of Douglas Gardens.
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Hadassah Group's Installation May 13
Hut:: Green chairman of tin [distant treasurer; Jewel W
mittee, submitted r traub, recording secretary,
a new slate of officers to be elect- Matt On t>-. <'>:: <>: ;.:
pd and i:istiilU I Tucker Group ol Hadassah at the
Sun SoucI Hotel May 13, following
a lunch 'i.: ;ii noon. The Sophie
ruckei Group is c tnpriscd of n s-
liicnts of Coastal Towers Kings
I oinl Ini; i ial, C< ntury 'i >w< rs,
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A pn -i !ium consisting ol Dotty
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l-'cinberg, with Bernice Goldstein
i rving as coordinat r, will func-
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Uso ass :ming their duties will be
Millie Shu man, Rose Eigner,
'Odith Berliner and Ri.se Podden,
.ice presidents; Marcelia VVitriol,
Financial secrcatry; Dorothy Gold-
berg, treasurer; Syd Schwartz, as-
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May Day Celebration
The May Day celebration and
concert sponsored annually by the
International Ladies' Garment
Workers' Union. Meyer London
Branch 28. Workmen's Circle.
Branch 692. Democratic Socialist
Federation and Jewish Socialist
V'eiband. will be held in the main
auditorium of the Miami Beach
Federal. 755 Washington Ave., at
8 p.m. Friday. A number of prom-
inent speakers will be featured, it
has been announced. The public is
invited to attend.
Mark Ginsberg, son of Mr. and
j Mrs. Roy Stevens, 3490 NW
33rd St. Ct., Fort Lauderdale, is
I a student at Roosevelt School,
Stamford Conn. His studies in-
clude a course in Hebrew, and
: he is active in the Drama and
; Music Clubs, a member of the
Waiters' Squad and serves on
the decorating committees for
all the school's dances.
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Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, (left) outgoing president, receives
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the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El in the Friedland Boll-
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Engagement Of Mn.xine kasselninn
ind Robert Chirk Bring Announced
U. and Aiis Kenneth Kass I-
i) ol Coral Gables announo
.!_ it* m ol Hi.-a daughter,
i member <>f Gamma Alpha Chi
irofcuional advertising fraternity
rheta Sigma I'rn honorar) lour-
nalliam society, and on the Dean'i
List
'11'.' l-: andson ol the I it* Mi
..*.' \iiv Isaac Clark and tfce I;t
- Israel Bfa lei ol New
Mi Clark as a n* n bei ni
high school'* ly I
:: i national hi i i mv i- t)
\ftcr graduating from Atlanta's
i : i nrolled li
,i I he Unh i '
n*h ri he was b
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ind is i n sent ly compli t
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Miy ol Michigan has takan
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thai institution in order to m iv
in a similar |*>si at the Univer-
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, -,ir tha Paaaovar hah-
w nil in- m tla i. Maai -ii'k
< imriit. and hta brother, Miami
i i i mn> Uman Neraaaa
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Quite .in exciting month i- In
;. i i.ori Ettaa nhaaarn,
daughter of ir\ and ii>r: Baa*
liri>. and her li lend and n
bar, l.aura Bhevta. daughter ol
Shu. Koh and Myraa Stava*.
The 5 mngsti i si hoolmal il
Sunsi i I k mi ntarj School, w U
U' s. n Shi vin'a pag i In Talla-
: laaaa fn m the 22nd through
iin- Jltii are an In a real tizay
i waiting their da) m the sun.
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Miss KaSSi ''nan
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. s Kassclman was secretary ol
Panhellenic Council. PreaentI)
itudenl .-it the University ol
l oi i. the In uli -elect Is an affil-
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an accompaniment for roast beef. It joins the other Heinz
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in- coming down Like ii
,., of the mini skirt
;,, iius changing world
this ia one of tli. ft
, ,, almost everyone
> will agree upon.
Is certain of. how-
i how far down ihc
- will '!> scend.
. um industrj has a iri-
s fin the vaiii ;. "i
i;v. floor that hem-
i ..p. ndlng upon the
ication, designer or
i r, you can < asilj l> -
, uihii red by tins rapidly
.-jinn vocabulary. 1 hi
longw lt ii the moBt widely
:. scribes almi bi any
I \s longer tnan last
shions. The longuette in-
! i livenchy's and Chanel's
- most oi which barely
to Ihi iiI;ixi flooi -
I rcss
ii .i manufacturers are
The Paiisian ready-to-
la try is almost in a stale '
1. Orders which are cur-
st Ing i. ailinl for delivery
cancelled thrtughout
because fashion-conscious
re are read> to accept
igi i Ii ngth skirt now. The
ustry has spsnt a small fortune
-nil tailing women
ki ip their skirts short for the
: i and i lien to wear the
look for tall.
| ihe won* n who live
iti i Miami area" Will
i \ follow New York's ad and
Iin s to mid-calf length?
i lo they like their skirts to
i? We ask..I a few f our
Icrs what they thought of this
ok in fashion which scema
.i in in come a realitj
l 'ngth Is an inch or two abovi thi
kne s.
Mrs Ruth l/'bar, who was i. -
niK in-;.i lel is presi nt ol .!'.
I )ml. Busin< ss .urn I': I
vVoman's 'lub, lik<
I'njitli on young girls when won
t ith hose s.i.. ihuih in
in itti lv< bin lifficull to .
n. i to spend son
in 17<>:i lul i this s will
ii al l make one or two Ion-
the ti ip. Sh belii vi s
ii what a woman is doing,
, hi it? sh oil at-
ractivi a garm. nl on her
in i!v i'li..oi '.nit factors to k< p
ii mind when the Ii ngth it which
skh t should be woi n is bi ing
ii termined.
Aft. r s nding the past two
summers in Eui opi toui nR the
(ashion houses, I can t< II you
that in most of the collections
v icwi d, in ins ndi il ai ound the
knee, Somi designers went up as
much as two inches; others cov-
ered the knee compleUl/. From
thi re, \o pt for a rew exp< ii-
mental pit ci s, they rJroprx d the
hems to tlie II. or.
Is an- that
we \ id follow.
that's the lead
Stanley (lold'ii Ivlievi s
mature women have
I ii skirts around their
Ii aving the minis and the
mis to tli. very young oi
' cud'. In her opinion.
H w ill continue to wear
ithi at this length, sin's
-
Mi
h
hi
i
Ii
| i about the abruptness of
. and wonders if worn -n
^il! i oni the ahno.st nude look
tl almost-Victorian coven d-
Ip look, sin- doesn't think middle-
r Ii ngths are particularly
; to most mature women,
p ii they should happen
I" under five feel five inches
Jail, in stocking feet.
Whi :i questioned as to just w hat
nj h is "around the knees." Mrs.
E n responded, "A couple of
|nrh.. either way." She also said
mam women blindly follow what-
ever is in fashion, whether or hot
P" is compatible with their age oi
hyslral apixarance, and main-
ain? she hasn't y\ t decided wheth-
I" or not to buy one of the long, r
Kngth dresses.
Mis Robert Miller was quite
Infinite about her feelings toward
I the longuette look. In her opinion,
I ;,ie mid-calf length does nothing
ositivc for the figure. The tall,
model type who wears the
tte as a costume ensemble
Men looks rathe!' chic, but she
doesn't think most mature women
an wear this look with any type
IShtoi) flair. Mrs MilVi added
most women reals! change.
illy whi n it means a com-
ij'ete wardrobe replacemftrtt. she
l;'K the maxi look in certain
'Vpes of clothing as it usually tl nd
to appear eli gant, but not il
'' too long and aweeping the
"oor, Her preference for skirl
Farband Branch Gala
Chain Wi l/iu.m Branch, Far-
and I../.Iv will hold a gala eve-
ing in ci I. hration of its successful
fund-n ions in the Wash-
: m Federal Auditor! im, 1234
Washington Avc., at 7 10 p.m.
SUndaj .1 idge /.< \ Koga i, pr< si
dent of tin So ithi in Region of
tne J. wish National Fund, and
Arthur s Rosichan will l"' the
<< aki is. Musi.- will he provided
hy Can'l Saul Bre h ol Temple
Beth Raphai I.
A billowy skirted midi-dress in flowered silk organza which
has full blown sleeves and a mini vest embroidered in tiny
gold soguins. Designed by Arthur Doucette for J. G. Couture
for summer 1970, they will be shown by Jordan Marsh.
MRS. 0T70 HAiNGtL
B B. Women Install
Officers Of Council
Newlj iloet rflcers B'l
,.'i ilii Wi
i.i bi in lull at 8 | ,n I h sd
hi the Israi lite Center Tempi
;il75 S it i St b; Mrs I loi
m ol B'n i. B'l i
.". mi n Miami Co ncil and h st
ian of B'nai B"i ith Womi n l>
N'.i 5.
Mrs. into Haengel, who serv .
a \ ii pn sidi nt of Temple T
. i!i Jacob's Sisterhood, sen
. Ice president ol JWV Ai xilia
No. 681, president of her Pare I
i\ a< her Assoi ial Ion Hnd \ ic pn
lent of the B'nai B'rith Worn
siaie Association, will be install'
bs presidi nt of the organizatii
Mis. Haengel will be assisted I
slate including Mis Arno
Braun, Ii adership vice presiden
Mrs. Herman Pearl, membersl
,ice pn sident. Mrs, Ruth Barsi i,
recording -' cretai'.v. Mrs. Do-
Herman, corresponding sccretar
Mis. Max Hodes, treasurer; M
Stanford Best, historian; and Mis.
Robi 11 < lr counselor.
Greetings to the Imal chapti i
of the Council Eleanor Rooseve
Anne Frank. Gilbert J Balki
Miami and Shalom were to '
brought by Mis Arthur Horwit
\ ice president ol B'nai B'rith D
trict No. 5.
Officers tor the coming year installed recently by Lincoln
Chapter 1288. B'nai B'rith Women, included (from left lo
right) Mts. Hyman Levine, program chairman; Mrs. Nat
Fiiedman. financial secretary; Mrs. Dorothy Sa'zman, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Ida Cooper, trustee; Mrs. Milton
Sands, trustee-counselor; Mrs. Mce Reiffen. president; Mrs.
Robert Litt. consultant; Mrs. Fay Schner. president-elect; Mrs.
Manny Selznick. ways and means vice president; Mrs. Bea
Kudw.tt. treasurer; Mrs. Anne Brown, membership chair-
man, end Mrs. Anne Cantor, historian.
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'Mountain Lake' I
Camp Is Staffed
By Professionals
A prof< ssional. th.>ronjrhly ex- I
p. i irneed staff will again b>' the
'WTh.,tc of ramp Mountain l-aW*
{program this season. The ratio of
csmpers t<> staff will ho an ideal
.1-1. with a tram of mete than 110
counselors working with the 20'
accredited traent rs at the camn.
located near Hendcrsonville, N.c\.
and Marvin Nockow, an assistant
principal in Da system, will apain serve as camp
director.
Ownttl and o|icrated hy Al and
Nannette Savac of Miami Heaeh.
Cam" Mountain I-ake is on a pri-
vate 55-aere lake reserved for the
weliisive use of campers. A 300-
fool sand beaeh has foeen built on
the hoys" campus, and a private
Island constructed in the middle
)f the lake for use in water sports
activities and camp cookouts.
The camp maintains a fleet of
I oats and a stable of honct as
well as all mixiern anil athlete fa-
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loctor and nurses are in residence,
and abundant quality-sup* r\isil
foot! is provided for the campers.
A favorite with South Florida
campers, Camp Mountain I-ike is
recognised as one of the Wading
enni|>s in the nation, and a large
nt'tccntagr of its enrollment are
repeaters who roijister for the fol-
lowing year before leaving at the
i nd of the season.
A limited number of openings
are still available for the 1970 sea-
son, which opens June 26. it has
rxvn announced. The all-inclusive
fee covers instruction in all s|iorts.
horseback riding and arts and
erafts as well as laundry service,
haircuts ami canteen. Sabbath
services are held each week, and
Individual tutoting is available
upon request at Camp Mountain
Lake, a member of the American
Camping Association which has an
" A" rating by the North Carolina
Hoard of Mi alth.
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June 30
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May I. 1970
vknisti flcridFiair)
Page 13-B
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He is a good Temple member, lives on exempt orv life, is o devoted husbond ond father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
o
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. Bv planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
MOlty
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXC^SIVELV JEW.SM CBM=T"*
5505 Northwest 3rd S#**t Phone MO 1-7693
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Bab Mrfywdi
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.- ., Stl '.-ill at 'i'
Si ai's n li fia is sch I and at-
i' Ki in,. ,l.
j' _:h School, uh i he i* in the
v vonth ti;i.t He is : member ol
i sch l' band.
- parents will hi si a
cIk on in his honoi in thi I'.il-
n iral HoteL Among the gu< sts
Mali Ooum
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Mrs
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s. Gerald
: Leonard Cixm M u
~ll MM Ki.KIN
rnii dur-
11 l"i a.m rvices at
lea .it *".)!al Gabli s.
>"' na II us, SOn Ol Ml ami .Mrs.
120 Hardce FCd C
b| A nini ludent at Ponco
I School, the
first \ iolin in tin
. in of th< s or-
, ', stra. He is "'
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n.m in the
( loss
S is will host 1
:: MiU-
In i i i :" Relati si
York an l to i
< i. brate ilu
M VI.I U VIM
Mali Rom,: daugh^i r of Mr and
vii.s. J... I Daum. iM t*vm. Kit
\.:h Kiiil..;. evening, May 1.
t T. m.i. B< th Moabe
A .-. venth grad* hoi 6i stud ul
.t the Hebrew AcaiUmj >f Great-
.1 Miami. Mali was V:il. til.toi lan
I I oth I), r v.; iflish and Hebrew
. lass when, sh paduated rroni
,. ir.. le i manu-EI's Li hrman Dai
School.
Ri lativi and friei Is will al I
l
del t .ices
1>: i.'-.n: l.lldUM \n
At Ti n : N ; 'I I
May 1. D I
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Ami I1-- thi out of towi
. ... i ilrs
I I ; i ', i
Lynne.
I Mr. tiv. VlMJ I. II Will !
i' :l. j ..i The jVwfaUi
' l.ri.li.ni mil In pill li-.ii J:u
lil/.\.ih and till \t.l/\ i i
~ in tin pa-l li ii>i-. 'I in-
t \ 11 I 'iue must l.i- in
i i II iriftiuii iifliri- l.\ tli.
V'.lu\l\ |ll I l-llill^ till l.ll.l-
sinn iii iiiMin- its a:>,.ii-
a ...
Plans io: the Thiid Seder Celebration in the
Fontaineb'.eau Hotel are baing studied by
(fiom left) Rabbi Loon Kronish. national
boqid chairman ci the American Israel His-
tadrut Foundation- Dr. Sol Stein, executive
v.ie caciimun ol the Histadiut Foundation:
Miu Ross Dubm oi Miami Beach, founder
of the Moshe Shareit College cf MjbjJ
ment in Jerusalem, and Jacob Rjkir. -2
men of the Business and ProfessionalDt
vision of the Israel Histadrut CoundJ
Scuth Florida. The d nner event lauodtj
Greater Miami Jewry's eel. (JpJ
22nd ennivetsar
Galil Chapter Meeting
The GaUl < 'i...| ; i Mizra,chi
iVomi n's Ortja o \
. ill hold it-- Mot hei and i ?aughtei
in the lTSY
a u/ Va ill '!" n .ih I ... lo-
it 8 p.m Tin wta Gin-si -,- .
will in Lilli Stone, co-
linatoi i i in Mi rai hi \\ i mm n
\ Roth i : i- pri -ul. ni
ization; Mrs
' n. iii nan
Harold L. Jacobsen. vice p: i
dc;u c! the BanV cf Florida &
Tnwl Co., 499 English Ave..
Homestead, was mayor ol the
kiMtsota town c! Lake Lillian
before becoming a
..: cf Scuth Florida
was the owner of its Fust State
lk. H:s 27 years cf ex]
ence in the banking field have
stead him in geed stead in fi-
nancial circlet in this op
Paintings On Display
An i xhibil ion ol i c
i S -.in I', ar Mi i~. I :il in-
i-n disula I -22 al th B .\
Harbor Gall, ri- s, 1007 K i
i imi a
1- in: s :,i I 10 a.m. to 5
nd 7-9 p.i
i ; I ays
National Council of Jewish Women volun-
teers participate in a Play-Therapy pro-
gram which is under the direction oi Mrs.
Frank Small at Variety Children's Hospital,
helping to conduct classes in Arts and
Crafts, a project which has proved success-
ful in hastening the children's recovery.
Mrs. Robert Traurig. (left) Mrs. Brian Hersh
and Mrs. Stanley Kolber are working with
some of the small patients.
Mrs. Wolmer To Be Installed
Ml S Philip \V"!:i" : ; i
1 ter. w ill !. in-
B-ach C .. I


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LUCILLE GROPPER SC0Z2A
Deceased, May 2nd, 1967
"To know her was to love her both for family al
fiend and the sweetness of her memory time el
neither dim nor end. You will always be in my heart.,
I will miss you forever."
SISTER THEIMA
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
FARBAND No. 343 L.Z.O.
Mourns The Great Loss
of Vice-Chairman
JACOB C. FISHMAN
Members and Friends are invited to participate
at the meeting dedicated to
HIS MEMORY and Commemorating the
H01ACAUST and BRAVERY
of our SIX MILLION MARTYRS.
May 3, 1970, at 7:30 P.M.
Washington Federal Auditorium
1234 Washington Avenue, Miami Beech
EMANUEL GORDON 1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B GORDON
Qedon 'JumrJJi^
3735533
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY '" ^
Be Sore To Visit Our Showroom *nd Display For A Free
On a Monument or Marker of your cho.ee
toeeMN win Ohiift* n m ** "' ,6M
.. .. *. Phone e*"" j,
, Estim
3253 S.W. 8th Street
"We Oon'f Seif For less Bui
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Look for rhe only two tory bui


Icy. May 1.
1970
t'Jmlsfi ftorMfairi
Page 15-3
irvices Held For Jacob Fishman, 68
lEGAl NOTICE
rvn'<
I:- -
WtTO
hold Sunday lor
t'c. PMuntn. 68. of 800 NE
Tor.. North Miami Bom h,
died Thursday. Riverside
was in timid' of '"' r-
..,its. Interment was in
i,'i Sinai Cemetery.
,i shoe manufacturer
hoi, | owner. Mr. Fishman
, ,,, (he United Statea from
Russia in 1920. He was
L,. I,, the Jewish community
was recently selected for
i's Who in American Jewish
,( had been a South Florida
| ars.
Fishman was a membi r of
I, ; Miami Jewish Federa-
,.f governors and the
k ,\ it/man Branch of Far-
L. Vn i Institute He was a
I nt of the /.ionist Or-
L ui America, chairman
I Bi ach /.ionist Lunch-
ii i| honorary life prcsi-
k- f thi /.' 'A, \ ice pi esident of
National Fund and a
l uard member ol Bel h
1 atlon ami Temple
ili Sh
include three daugh-
5 1-". Idman of N n th
a ich Mrs. Marilyn Udeli
[i ii v. and Mi s. (; ildii
S n< ca, S.C. Shiva Is
rved at the home of Mr.
Mrs Feldman, with whom he
g his home.
JACOB FISHMAN
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-7565
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN' Ui: I'KTITK IN OK
HOWARD UBHNAHD Kt'NZ
p< m aim tpTii >n if
khki .i ami:s LEt >ni-:. a
MALE MINI HI
TO: FRED ANTHONY I.KuNK
t'S I 1 \\ ill.-Is Ho.Ml
Albi'i'isoii, i.'.iik Inland
\. n Vork
You, FRED ANTHONY LEONE,
in. hereli) notified thai :i Petition
for Adoption of your minor .'hiH
FKE1 i JAM BS l & >NE ha* been
filed In ili.. Circuit I 'ourt "f Hi"
Kl. v. nth Judlt In I i Mrt-ull In and for
I inde County, Florida, and v..u are
rei ii"i ,l to sen. a i op> of >our
Answer or pleading !< said Petition
on plaintiff al lorni y. I. R .\l A VERS,
l.'Jn S-utlt Miami Avenue, Miami.
Florida 3911 Jo, a id file ihi
^ r or pli idlng In Ihi
il i "lerk of ili.. i "In ull "nun on or
i tli. i-i day of June, l!'T II
j ii fa .. ili mo ludgmenl l>3 cli
fault ill he taki n against ) hi
the rellel ilt-mn nded In thi
Tl not I 'ill he pul.lishi
eneh w ek t"i foui oi eul
II K .1K\\ ISH l-'l.i inn HAN
I MINK \ \l. OHllKKKIi
this .-ili da) "i April 1970
i: i: I K ITHBII VI v\. Cli rk
i 'ircu i iurl. Dadi l 'ounl v K
II) >' I' iPKLANT)
I mi' \ i I. 11,
U i i "..ui s
I- \l AN i"l:s
stoutl I' Vvi it
Miami Floi Ida II in
'
Attorney for Pelil

Hi,
)RD0N
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N \V
'I'll. !) .
it., ii in Vkron.
ml., r i'l rumple
l"i Street,
..in,- here
, lh n \\ .i-
I :'ii:tnu- Kl
il-.. lit.- nv nili, r ..f
\ i t Kinsteln imup, and
National i 'oun.-ll of .! -
mi'-. \ ed l'\ husband
In l-ester fiord.....>f
it. hli r Mm Arthur F
|> l; r.i ml.tiililr.il.
hern i 'hurles s. hwarti "i
ii ii and Herman s. Iia.'arta
... 'alifornla Services
IVednesda) to River-
Chapel with intarment mi
v. i in- tery,
Martin. II, '."." IVi -' Ave .
It \"i Interment M' Ni i".
|A-m:i:. Abraham, 79, '.:'. Ocean
\l II lllti-li.ri;
I ItK. \nna, 12, SSI 15th BI .
It Kiverslde.
iNCK Mark, 21, :'," Kay Dr., M H
II.
IM i It. iiiiiinni. 88, MM Collins
[a '.; U Newman
|Es-.uN Syh'W, 7". MS Ku,-lid Ave.,
I.V II lttv.rj.ide.
SKMKki,. .iimii. 1". !>" N.E 12:i
Sireel
|)SKNltCRO, IXivid. *-.'. 1H7"7 N E.
"Hi \..
'I.'MIVSKY Ida. Mi. vat Wa-hint;-
\v. M.ll.
la no ItK, s.ipnie. 70. M^i Creapi
ll.ivil M II 111:.-I.-il
|ll*-i:it K-iimnuel. W. 1H-". Euclid
' \i ii RIveraMc
IV>-tKH .1ti^h, 79. Ill'" Collins Av. .
M U Hiv.tsiiI.-
w:.\ ......it.- A.. 7S. 8J8R ColltaB
\| H Riverside.
I1TV1CK. Hurry, jl'imi K. Hallaiulal'-
Hlvd. (^.rilini
: \ Vn-hle, i'.7. :-:. 77th Si. M H
IllVfH 'I.
tlTZ Kom Brooks, >:.. MM Ba) M .
M IS Itiveraide
IK \ I I:.-,, i.imin. 7:1. 1<"> Uncoln
Ril \l It Riverside.
In XITZ Morris, U, MI0 N W
St Hi v. !-.|,|.
1KB, Sarah, IS, IMS s9ih si .
'i.i-l.. i Maud Hlv.r-i.l.
NOTICE UNUert
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I UK IS lll.l:i:i:i U|VK>
undersigned, desiring '.....gage
in l.n-tii. -- undi il" I II f. ui'
ol in vi i:.mi coin i.Arxi.i:ii:s al
In: Hlaleah l"i\. ii Palm
-,.. 11 i It, Kla int. ".1 to re-
gister nid nomi n-ith thi 1 Ii rk f
the Clri uii Court of Dadi 1 "ount)
1 tin
E 8TVNTON RYAN
II Kl KX I. H\ \-
ji isKPH h vi.cm;
Attorni > for
K ST \NTON \:\ AN
iiki EN I. UN \n
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-7306
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NELSON MARTINEZ,
Plaintiff,
.MARIA i-AMINAS MARTINEZ,
1 i.f. ii'lant
Tl I: Maria 1 'amunu Marl Inei
4:. 17 :." Street
Uas -ui-. N'i York ......
Vou. MARIA CAM" X ^S M VHTIN-
BZ, are herabj notified 1
ol 1 'omplalnt for IMvi < 1
(lied acalnsl >"U. and you
,.,! |o iv. a ."[.v ..f veur AllKKei
or Pleading to thi Bill of 1 ompvainl
on the Plaintiffs attorney, .max a.
ia>l.l>KAKH. Room 1M in-, iv ne
Building, Miami. Florida S3I30 and
11I.- (he original Answer Pleading
, Ui.' c.ffi.-.- "f "' Hark of the < ir
,-ult Court ..n or hef-.r.- the 29 'lav ol
Mav lt'7'l If vou (all W do SO, JUllK"
meiit hv di-fault v. ill he taken Mttainsl
vou for the r.'lief demanded m the
"li'u ..f ComnhvJnl
This notice shall h> puhtlsheil o.v-.-
each week for four consecutive weeks
01 TI1K JEWISH Kl.oltll'IA.V,
POKE \M' *ltl'KI!KJ> at Mianv.
Florida, this !Jrn daj of April AH
IS70
K It I.KATIIKltMAV. Cli rk,
Circuit Court, Dadc County, Ptorida
II) MAMHI'KHITI-: KBM
li.puiv Clerk
11 ir. uit '.utt Seall
.MAX A OOLDPARU
Attorn. > for Plalntifl ,.....
1 1 s-in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-7J45
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
' RE AIM IPTU IN 1 IE PI H.IJ IWINI1
MINOR CHII l>RBN
Jl 'II \ I >A\ II Ri 'I 'I lENIIERRY,
I in 'MAS MARK Ri HlDENBERRY.
I'Ail. STEPHEN RI IPDENBERR^
Tl Mil THOMAS ROPDENBERR^
I'l' It.'N H'.C
Et. Silvers, Florida
Vn I- ARE HEREBY XOTIFIEI)
Ihal RAY IMNBHCH, 1- applying for
1 g-1%-22 th. ndoplio.....' Ihi follow nR I
l.li.n: JOHN PAVIP KOPPEN-
|KERR) THOMAS MARK ROPPEN-
IIERRY. und I'All. STEPHEN Kl HJ
DENBEKRY, that he Is married to
the natural mother of -ail minor
. hildn '.. and thai he has filed his
IVtiliun f"i Adoption In ihe Circuit
I'.-urt ..f I ia.I. County, Florida If
. vou have any objections 10 same, v-u
I are to file same In the office of the
1 rk of the "In uit "oui 1 and a
copy to p. tut.....! attorney, IRWIN
' 1; CHRISTIE tn Suit.- WM, RqI>i '"
Building 28 West Flagler Street,
' Miami. Florida, on or before ll !9
1 dnj of Mav. 1870, Fallun tn do so
mas result In the Adoutlnn being
granted to RAY PONBHfM)
has been vh_ notice shall be published once
each week f"r four i-onaacutlve weeki
in ili. JEWISH Ki i.i:iiha\
PONE ANP ORPERBD al Miami.
Florida, on this 24th day of
M0,
E B. I.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk
Circuit 1'ourt
Dade County., Florida
R) MAROCBRITE KENT
11..nut v 1'1,'i-k
i 1-8-12
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 1
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-1494
In RE: Estate of
Ml IR1IIS i'i IHBN
P. .used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi i son* Hai -
lug Claim' 01 Demands Against Saul
Estati
You an- li.-i.-iiy notified and requir-
ed i" present any rlaims and demands
which you mas have aaalnst the es-
tate of MORRIS COHEN deceased
late ol pade County, Florida, t" Ihe
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.IS, Florida Stat-
utes, in tli.ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
vviiliin -i\ calendar months from tin-
tun. ..i the t'itsi publication hereof,
or he same v\ ill be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, thin Jrtth
das of April, A 11. i'.'7"
SANFORDS FACNEE
a- Executor
First publication of ihls noti<*e on
il-,. jltli daj of April. 197"
FACNCE, PINK fi l-i IRMAN
-- I tll'L .
Miami, Florida
,171
rni ys for
!: m in 1 .1 mi I Estate
1 1
NOTICE OF SALE
Know all men, thai there vv ill he a
"" \ M on Wedlll sdn) .Mav
in *'T" ai which ttnii all household
nml in rxonal 1 ffects u ;ll be
Kolll ;.' I'll! VUel lO -all-' l"-l'-
tor storagi charges and tation Iinrgi said goods n t.. 'I li>
.1 11 I.....1111 -. Harvey .Mi-I. I.ibby
1 'iiarli .1.0-..i.seii. 1 "harles
Engll 11. 1 Ml 11 id T 1 "llins
ili shall i" held at L'lf- \\ si
-h Court Hlaleah Florida, and shall
nnilui ted ihe undei signed
S \l \l ATKST \ \ SI INS
\ rtj vi itesta. Jr.. t> ner
v 1. Malatesta, .Iv
I :! '. 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-7501
sun FOR DIVORCE
IJIRII VINE M I" VITO,
I
LEGAl NOTKE
i 1 'i
i'
Tn
IS .H 'll X l ii \ iTi 1, .11:

7th
ilay
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70 7593
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
INKS lll/.y.i i.
Plaintiff,
AI BERT A KI'ZZO,
Defendant
TO \i BERT A RI-Z/o
i.i,:p, A North Win. In
Chicago, inn oil
You Al BERT \ RCZZO an hi
notified thai a Bill "i Comi
(, Divorce ha- been filed against
,.! x.'u an requin d to [ervi
Mir Answer or Plendlng
f Compht......'i the ciain-
. UMAX. i'.i-I D-
ACZIER, 2WI West
,, ,1,,:. Florida and
1 ,\ 1 wei "- Pleading
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
, business under thi fictitious name
of OAI ANY BTITM08 at SS N K 1 th
st Miami. Fla. intends to rcitlsiei
sold name with th. Clerk of the Clr-
. ,11' Court of Dade County, Florida
RI IHERT M WAItl'
BNTERPRI8BS. INC.
bi Robert M Ward, P*i ldi
- 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
In i,u-.....- under the fictitious name
of LINCOLN ROAD PROPERT
at Roviil Embassy Apts., 57M
VVelUle, Apt i-A.. Mium
Klorlila Intend to ri glsti r
with the Clerk of 1I1
of
CIS .H IHN l>. VITi 1 .1 R
|i.-f, nil
>.l l-'.a-i Eighth Strei t
, -|,. ^ 1 -. nsyli
v ..I, 1 1 his .11 IHN Pi \ I'l"1 >, .IR
.,,-. 1 1-1 t,. mil ed thai 11 H
. -, in- lint' for Divorce lias heel
againsi you, anil you an required le
-, ,-v a ."|'V of V "ill- An-u ir 'l
PI, a.'m. i" Ihi it'll of Complaint on
,,,, plaintiffs attorney, AHTHCR S
DAVIS "' Palm Springs Mile, Hln-
lenhj Florida :::t"i-' and r.i.- the origin
\ ,\. r or I'll adlng in Ihe nffii
of Ihe Clerk "I the Circuit Court "ii
ith day of June. I'.ijn
If vou fall '" 'I" s... judgmi nl bj de-
fault will be taken against you for
tli.- relief di maiided in the Bill 1 '
Complaint
Tin- notice shall l- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
., ,n THE JEWISH Pi ORIPIAN
1 DONE ANP OHDBREP at Miami,
Florida, this 1:7111 day ol April A D
1870
K B. I.KATIIKKMAN. i'l. rk,
Circuit t'ourt, Dade County, Florida
By: C IV COPE1 AND
I i.iiiuv Clerk
(Circuit Court s.-aii
AllTHCH S DAVIS
,:,', Palm Springs Mile
Hlaleah, Florida 3S012
Attorn.> for Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
Case No. 70-5918
NOTICE OF SUIT
TIIK.i IDORE S SCHWARTZ,
Plaintiff
I'latui .1 SCHWARTZ
ll. I.-inlalll.
Tl PEGGY I SCHWARTZ
17 Walnul Street, Apt 1 '
l^ik.liursl. N.vv .l.-rs. >
YOU ARB HEREBY NOTIFIBB ll
an action for divorce has I..-011 fit.
against you In the above styled Coui
and ili.it you are required to .-> a
a copj of youi Answer or Pleadinn
11 any, i" it, mi the Plaintiff's A
torn, vs, PRANK BI. .V- AVRACH, P '
t:'n Lincoln Road. Miami lleauh FI
riila 31139 and file the original v.
the Clerk of the above stj Ii il Cou
.,11 or before ihe 12th day of Ma
I97H; ..th. 1 w 1-. .-' judgmi nl mav
. tered against j ou '' r the 1
ili maiided In Ihe omnlaint.
WITNESS my hand '
.., ,1 1 ..ii. I mi i April, IHill.
i; 1: LRATHRRMAN
1 lerk, 1 'It ull I'l'itf
I lade i 'ounl -. Klorlila
R> I. SNEEDRN
Peput> Clerk
li'u. uil 1 '"in 1 Seal 1
4 10-17-21 -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1232
In RE Estnli ol
SAMI EL FRIEDMANN
pe.-i used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All l 'red.....- mid VII Pel '
Ina 1 'inims 01 I '1 mauds \galnst S
Kstuti
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,.,| !,, pi ....-., i,\ I.Hill- I I 11
v. in. It vou ti' v tvi againsi l"-
..1 SAMCEI. FRIEDMANN il -
. an "' Dade County, t
t,, ii,.. 1 'oui v Judges of I isde 1 "ou
in,l '.. th. -am. Ill duplii iti and
provided In Si
Utes in .1.....'ii' l the Cou
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rirla i Ithii six call ill n onl a fron
,P, 1 n,. firsi publication hei -
-;..... n ill hi "an 'I
.1 al Miami, Florida thli
.lav "t March. A H 197"
Mb 'II \KI. Fl'l Tl IN IS ened 1
PR MICHAEL FC1.TON
As Executor
r ..' puhlii atlon "i ihi-- i"
Hi.. I.nli .lav of April. I97'l
HARRY ZI'KERNICi,
Attorn, v for Executor
1 1 n.'oln Road, M. hi.. IV '
4 I0-1T-M -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN GIVEN t;
tin undersigned, desiring to enga
in bushiest under the fictitious nai
,,f I'ONpOR 'i 1 not 111. 1 al
S w 02 Avenue, Miami, Floi
,. 11.1- I., 1. glster said
'ii rk "i the 1 "in uii
< u iy, Florida
M1CHABI ANG1NO,
XKI SI IN A- FBI OMAN
Al l"i n. > for App! Bill
11.13 Kane 1 'nneourse
Miami. Fin 33151
1 "ourt
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with t
of Ha
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llins
Bi .1
aid name
circuit Court
you,
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th, Kill
Uff> attorn.
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fili- Ho original
to
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i-t day of
do so, joiit
taken agamat
il. m.inil.-'l
published
isccutlve
FIXtRIDIAN
oKPEltKO '
Hi.
the offlc of Ihe Clerk
Court on or 1.. for.- lh
June. 1970 If you fail U
in.nt by default will be
vou for tin- reli.-l
Hill of lomplamt
Tins notice shall 11
,..!, K,-r\, for '"lir
In THE JEWISH
IK INK AND
Florida, titts IMi *W "' *"
' 1! I.KATIIIOHM \N. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Di.....>\""' Kl'""'''
|'.\ I' ill 11 >l 'MAN
1 1, put) I'lerk
(Circuit Court s.-ali
i;nl OMAN, GOLDSTEIN
g. PACZIBR ., ,
40] W. -1 Kliichr Street
Miami. Fla Hl3
U .'I' i'..11.1t>. Florida.
K BN.N I'.'l H SOKI 'I.SKV
I.IL1JAN SOKOI.SKY. his ,vlfi
MEYEIt. WEISS. ROSE* ARK IN
\ t .nt. v for
K ENNBTH si IKI il.Sk^ and
LILLIAN S< 'Kl H.SKY, his if.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82581-C
IN RK: Estati ol
MAN SCHCCHALTER,
'''NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj given thai I
have filed my Filial Reporl and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final 1
charge aa Executor "f Ihe esl
. I -R-13-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1189 B FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Bstati of
JOSE M I Al 1:1:1:T KAMI.I.A
M.MKIIl \. a I. a
JOSE HCMBERTO PADILLA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All t 'r. .tii..i and All Persons Hay-
i'Ufl Claims or Demands Againsi Bald
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you mav havi against the es-
tate of J< 'SB HCMBERTO IMIH1 I
M.MI'.ll'A deceased late ol Dad
County, Florida t" the Conuty Juogi -
,,f pade County, and file the same
111 duplicate and as provided
Section 7 13 10, Florida Statutes, in
thi ; tt'i. In th. Count} 1,'ourthousi
l |,.,,i,. u Florida, within six
. ,1. ndar months from 'I" lime ol
Irsl publication hereof, or Ihe
same will I" barred.
Pated 111 Miami. Florida, tins -.111
,iii\ of Vpril, Al 70
MARIA I'APtl 1 RODRIGI BZ
\ Administratrix
First puhlicntl......' this notice on
thi t 'I.-- I Mav. IU70.
SIDNEY BFRONSOX
mi.....j :. 1 Administratrix
, '.- \ Insles I lulldiiig
Miami, Florida 33132 ........
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ll '-
the undersigned, desiring to engu >
in business under the fictitious nai -
,.f HRI-XTON APARTMENTS AS-
SCK'IATES, LTD. al TW6 BAS1
DRIVE NORTH HAY YM.I.M- I
FLORIDA Intend to register said nai
with the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit C01 -
of ii.ol. County. Florida
HARRY SCGARM W
ROBERT 11 BARON
4 ln-17-L':: '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1070
In RE: Esiati 01
Kl GENE PEN YVES
11......nai ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons 11
int- Claims or Demands Against S
Estate.
Vou are hereby notified and requ -
,.,i to pi. in ai v claims and dema *
which you ma.v hive againsi ihi -
late of BI GENE I'KNYVKS gece -
eil hit. "f Dade !ountj. I kn I" 1
the Count> Judges of Dadi Coun
ami file thi sain. Ill dupllcali and .
niin nl..) In Si ctlon 7!I3.1 I01 1
Statutes, i 1 ihi Ir offici s in tin u
1 "ui ihoii-i 111 Dnde County. Flori.1
i, jthlr iv calenilur mon tl '
. t th. fir -1 nubll' nl 1 -.
.1- the same w til be barred.
Pated ai Miami. Florida, Ihls 1 t
,lav of April. A l> 1970
ARANK \ PBNYVES
\. r.\.. in -1\
Pirst puhlicall.....f th otlci 1
the null day of April, I
Fill iM HERO, FRl iMBBRO,
ft i'i .'I'll P \
BY: LYNN v\ FROMBERG
Ait,.1111 v foi Executi iv
m in" B v ne Building,
Miami, Florida
ol
MAX SCHCCHALTER, de-eased: and'
that on tl"- 2th ilav of May. 1870.
.Miami. Juiuc.-s
A.D
Aiturnei
for Plaintiff
l-s-K
G E L B
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Ooy Closeo S4bol
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioiri'i Only Strictly Je-h
Monument Deolfr
will apply to the Honorable County
ot Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and 1
for distribution titi'l Rnal discharge
as Executor of the estate ol th.- above-
named decedent. This -:1"> uaJ ol
A,r"' I.S.V.K SCIIl'l.T/.
, IIAIII.'iTTK.I KAKKAN
\tlo111. v
1111 Ainsl. v Bulldmg
Miami. Florida ..,
NOTiCE UNDER
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