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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 15, 1970

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 15, 1970

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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fjewiislti Floridian
Combining THE JtYHSH UNITY and THE HVilSH V/tlKlY
ki -
Number 20
Micmi, Florida Friday. May 15. 1970
Two Sections Price 2":
srael Says
fter
Offers
Justice'
eHits
Spe< ial Report
As Isra li
I ii [antrj foro -
hdrawal fi
\V Pi
id i lai I
i Natioi ; ui it.-.
- "incapable of achl
, tvs'.ifM cl de! ate n
I i, prisal raid which
,i after numerous
had been given by
,. ;. nse Ministi r Mcwhr
Mis. Mm after Is-
implled ith its reso-
i, for the withdrawal
[ i [js from Lebanon.
before Tuesday1* vote
tu'. n. however. Ambaaaa-
mm Tekoah had toln thi-
lls < Diui.il that Israel hail
rtii its mlMlon ami waa
k |i sources In re said tli'
led strike, the largest In-
into Lebanon since 1948,
kchuved its primary oh-
p- nocking out guerrilla
tween Mount Hermon
east and the Hasbani
i. the u.st. and opt ning
fivi -mil.' nide corridor
sis miles deep into Leba-
|< i: itory.
;n tt'.l casualties in
r opei ation totaled 11
li in : I were killed, th<
. D
I lost'
MiG
; uoti
I'ant- n I ib -' .i'',i i .inks a nd
other >!- i;."ii/'il unit. r
,i,,l ;\ Arab village:! on the
,' an. side, Izl ik their arm*
caches and interrogating sus-
pected guerrillas. A curfew was
put into effect In the area as
Arable-speaking Israeli Intelli-
gence men searched what one
briefing officer called "Fatah-
land."
Syi. in battei les that had t> i n
shelling Israeli positions in the
Golan Heights ir> miles away
wi re sili no .1 bj Israeli planes,
and Iraqi batteries in Jordan
which sought to n ilevi the pres-
sure on Lebanon were also
blasted b< Israeli aerial forces.
Beirut claimed six Lebanese
si Idi 'is had i -n killed in re-
sistance i fforts. but Israeli mili-
tarj sources di nied Aral) reports
ui i itched battles with the Is-
raeli strike fore. Lebanon re-
(.. ii-.-d the loss ol si\ tanks and
sakl 15 ol its soldiers had also
l i n injured.
As tin- victorious Israeli units
returned Irom Lebanon, they
traded small arms a"id artillery
fire with Jordanian forces, bnl
with little ii.-.t.
n .i- .i in the oci ..... n
Heights area i foi si i-iki : out
the Aikoub gi n, ii
c h. ba, I'.u haya, Foukii tii K ar
iiio,,' a an i Ki .'... bi h.
i-i qi i's thrusl was well a Iver-
tistd in advance, as numerous
government leaders visited the
'...banes.' holder and warned re-
l eatedly that the reci :it Increase
of tei roris! activity in that sec-
tor had become intolerable.
S. ven Israelis died and IS had
been wounded during the past 10
days, both by rockets fired from
across the border and in clashes
with guerrillas which had cross-
id over the border, It was noted
that 61 Incidents had occurred
in that nea during the 40 days
prior to Tuesday's assault.
The Sue/ Canal front was un-
usually quiet while the Leba-
nese action was under way, but
aeti.m Intensified there Wednes-
day. Egyptian planes attacked
Is.,! !; positions along the canal
twice, and hours later Israeli
plams struck across the canal in
U.A.R. territory. Two Egyptian
planes were hit by Israeli
ground fire, but their destruc-
tion was not claim..! because
they i. turned across the canal
were still airborne wh n
the; v. ill oi I oi sight.
'I n sti ike into Lcbanoi [ol
lowi (1 tin bsi i \ anc ol Israel's
:': nd anni sai bj one day.
The festivities began officially
night when sin ns
nali d the end of Memorial 11
a solemn period devoted to hon-
. ring the nation's war dead, and
ushered in "Yum Haatzmaut."
The national holiday brought
huges throngs into the street,
and entertainers performing in
public squares lent a carnival
atmosphere to the occasion. The
main streets and public build-
ings were flood-lighted and fire-
works lit up the skies over the
major cities.
Unlike past years, Israel held
no massive military parades.
But than were formation flights
of Air Force jets, and Israel's
Army and Navy paratroopers
put on a display for the thou-
sands gathered on the slopes of
Mt. < armel.
The Navy also took the wraps
off its newest and most potent
weapon the French-built Saar
class missile-carrying boats. The
speedy craft, each carrying eight
Israel-made "Gabriel" surface-
to-surface missiles, raced down
the coast from Has Hanikra.
ni ar the I i bam se bordci swept
ifa Bay and w. nt int
- !, iam -.'is. Thej
cor.ti ed down thi c -; I
: fit .i 01 BI
the a it Ti .- Avh, Ashd
and Ashkelon.
r< ... and non-Jewish li i I-
11 all ovi r the Unlti d Si
; their n spi cts to Israi I
the 22nd anniversary of its in-
di i ndence. President Nixon
sent a message to Israel's Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar; Gov. Nel-
son Rockefeller proclaimed Is-
rael Independence Day through-
out New York State, and a num-
ber of mayors issued similar
proclamations in their cities. A
numbc r of leaders of Jewish or-
ganizations in America used the
daj to reaffirm their solidarity
with Israel and pledge their
continued support.
There were no festivities li-
the little Upper Galilee village
of Kiryat Shemona. however,
The third victim of terrorist
rocket attacks from across the
Lebanese border within four
days was being buried. Premier
G'-lda Meir attended the young
man's funeral, and later warned
"We shall not permit the mur-
derers to sit across the border
to sow death in our midst." a
threat which was carried out
the following day.
rewish Groups Condemn
idministration For Role
eading To College Deaths
f-.V VIEW OF SOVIET PILOTS
Washington Reviews
Decision on Jet Planes
SHIN'GTON (JTA1 A
Jewish organizations
need the Nixon ai-
^' in foi e. i ating an at -
n Says brael Made
rtures 9 or 10 Times
(I:. sai.KM i.TTAi For-
Ministcr Abba Eban Bays
| made s. i iOUS ovcr-
peace with the Arabs
or ten tunes." only to I c
|fi' d, one of the attempts,
!Ud. involved certain (in is-
land Moslem leaders in Easl
Salem who were asked to
mace contacts.
Iveral cabinet ministers and
lary leaders addressed the
on the eve of Indepen-
Day. Defense Minister
ie Dayan, who was Inter-
?ed on the radio, said Israel
Id not tolerate the inslalla-
I Soviet anti-aircraft mis-
l m the Suez Canal /.one. He
fni d that Israel must expect
pitical summer" because of
btian forces being built up
|Pr the Soviet umbrella, but
Isra. 1 ne. ds minimal opera-
air space to support its
and forces on the Sues front.
mosphere which led to the fatal
s looting : loui students three
ol whom w -re J< w Ish al Ki nt
state University this wi k.
Rabbi Seymour Cohen, presi-
dent, and Rabbi Moid...a Si-
executive dinc.or of the
( hicago Board oi Rabbis, sent a
teli gram urging the Preshknl
to "recognize publicly the no-
i mt; an I courage of those who
iisk i heir lives and careers ri r
peace here ill America.''
Five national Jewish rabbinic
i.:,! synagogal organizations,
repres nting the three branches
Of Judaism, joined in a Btate-
i-.'.. nt denouncing "the gull thai
separates many of this nation's
v nth from the Institutions ol
government and its leaders" and
declaring that "under no con-
ceivable circumstances could the
polntblank firing Into a crowd
, i students al Kent State Uni-
v. rally be justified."
Signatories to the statement.
Ijaued through the Synagogue
Council 0l America, were Rabbi
Roland Gittlesohn, president of
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis; Karl Morse, board
chairman of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations;
Rabbi Gershon Levy, president
of the Rabbinical Assembly; Ja-
, ,b St. in, in sident of the Unit-
ed Synagogue of Ami rica, and
Kabbi Ze\ Sogal. president of
the Rabbinical Council ol Amer-
ica. The Ui Ion of Orthodox Jew-
ish C ngregations of America.
the sixth affiliate of the central
coordinating agency, did not
rign the stab m. nt.
The Administration was also
criticized by Albert Vorspanand
Rabbi Alexander M. Schind'.or.
representatives of the UAHC;
the Jewish Peace Fellowship
sent tel grams cosigned by the
Fellowship for Reconciliation.
Clergymen and Laymen Con-
cerned about Vietnam and the
Episcopal Peace F llowahlp call-
ing on the nation's leaders to
prohibit the use of weaponry in
handling demonstrations. The
National Federation <>r Temple
Sisterhoods sent a telegram ask-
ing that the use of live ammuni-
tion be restricted.
Other Jewish organizations
participating include the B'nai
Frith, the American Jewish
Congress, the American Jewish
Committee, the Jacob] Si ciety
end Sim Shalom.
WASHINGTON tJTAI The
Nixon Administration is said to
be reconsidering its Mai eh 30
decision to postpone any action
on Israel's request for permis-
sion to buy additional planes.
The review Of the decision is
renorted to have followed the
failure of Jacob Beam. U.S. Am-
bassador to the Soviet Union, to
Several Thousand
Jews Participate
In Anti-War Rally
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sev-
eral thousand Jewish students
and many of their ciders took
part in a massive non-violent
anti-war demonstration near the
White House which drew some
.!00.000 participants in a peace-
ful protest.
A coordinating council made
up of the Jewish Community
Council, the religious action cen-
ter of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, the local
chapters of the American Jew-
ish Committee and American
Jewish Congress and an ad hoc
Jewish peace group provided
help to the Jewish youngsters in
8 variety of ways, including food
and overnight housing. Sabbath
Continued on Page 5-A
get satisfactory replies to ques-
i he put to Soviet 1> I
in .Moscow last week after it be-
came evident that Soviet pilots
w.re flying operational missions
. ptian plan- s.
President Nixon declared dur-
ing his nationally-televised press
conference Friday night thai ii
reports of growing Soviet parti-
cipation in Egyptian milltar>
activities were true, it would
>'-.itt the balance of power In
the Middle East, and added that
muVr those circumstances, "it
would be necessary tr the
l niteil Stales to reevuluate it*
decision with regard to the sale
of jets to Israel."
The President said reports of
Soviet pilots in the U.A.R. air
force make th.' Middle Fast sit-
uation "ominous." and conclude.'
by saying. "We have made it
very clear, and this is in the
interest of peace in that area.
that the balance of power must
not be Changed and we will kee:
that commitment."
The former heads of the Jew-
ish War Vet nms. the Catholic
War Veterans. I he Veterans o;
For. Ign Wars. Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans, the Amvets and
the American Region have sen*
telegrams to President Nixon
and Secretary cf state William
P, Rogers asking that jets be
sent to Israel immediately.


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>1 Schreiber Named For Award
ISrhivib*1
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a leader in the
ami philanthropic
munity, will i*' the
B'nai B'rilh and the Optimist Oluh
of Coral Gables, Mr. Schreiber is
presently serving as foreman of
the Federal Grand Jury of South
Florida,
Both Mr. anil Mis. Schreiber
graduated from Brooklyn Collcgi
in N'ew York. They were the onl>
married couple out >>f an enroll-
ment of 10,000 thi iv. The Schreib-
is. who moved '<> Miami in 1952.
are the parents i.f three daughters
Margie Schreiber, Mrs. Larrj
Victor and Mrs. Fled C'hekanow
The dinner committee is headed
by Rabbi Kipper. Meyer Baskin,
chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
iluruich, chairmen of the corps ol
hosts; Max Deakter, Marshall
Harris, Joseph Krefetz, Sidney
l ingi r and Victor Ri iter. hono-
rary chairmen.
Hebrew Home Creates
A "Room of Remembrance" has
ncen created al the Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged where
a silver plate may l>e Inscribed
I with the name of ixrsons to be
p< i mam ntly memorialized.
The Home is also launching a
campaign for funds to purchase an
adjacent mini-park, and develop
i an addition to the present build-
ing, which has a current capacity
I 156, Its president, Leonard Zil-
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bcrt. has announced. The need for
additional facilities, he said, is
pointed up by the fact that there
I is currently a waiting list of 150
persons, as will as a number "i
ii'iil in need of out-patient can
Sidney Siegcl has been ihe execu-
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asi eight years; Mrs. Ida Kostofl
is the newly-elected president <>i
its Women's Auxiliary.
Hebrew Academy Sets Open House
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at the Temple Judea-Israel
,,! State in Temple Judea's
hall Saturday. May 23, ac-
to an announcement made
.hi Mi rris A. Kipper, the |
, spiritual leader. A t".;^0
reception will precede tin
in b. half of Israel Bonds.
iv scheduled to begin at
ck.
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. ight terms on Temple Ju-
board of directors. He is
fctlj i vice president, and is
mi the nominating com-
the self-assessment plan
adjustment of dues com-
bs) president of Coral Cables
Greater Miami Academy will Ix
holding iis open house next week
, Horn Monday through Saturday,
Louis Merwitzer, president of the
largest Hebrew day school in the
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public is invited to tour the facili-
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_'400 Pine Tie,. Dr., Miami Beach
."ours of the buildings and grounds
will !' conducted and refresh-
ments will be served.
Hourly guided tours of classes
in session will be conducted from
' 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Monday through
Friday, Rabbi Alexander S. Cross.
principal, reported. The tours will
also include ihe auditorium, music
room, library, cafeteria and ath-
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Registration for the 1970-71
Qcadl mic year is now under way
it ihe school, which has grown |
steadily since its opening in H>is
with six students. Some 700 stu-
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main campus, which has classes
hrough ihe ninth grade and is af- I
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ihe Olga and Margaret Weishaus
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. May 15. 1970
Number 20
9 IYAB
Cease-Fire Must Be Starting Point
In their sincere desire icr peace, which leads them to
16 that it is possible to be both prc-Arcb and pro I~r
Quakers have asked Israel to take the first step by
sledging withdrawal from Arcb territories ccrupied since
1967."
Israel has taken, on many occasions, what really
must be the first step, and Moshe Dcyan took it ug-.m
only last week when he said that Israel was ready to cc-
cet an unconditional cease-fire. That from any unbiased
point of view, must be the beginning. Gold a Meir and Abba
Ebcn. as well as Dayan, have all declared that once th"
Arabs stepped shooting and agreed to neco'icte, the Is-
raelis would make concessions. Foreign Minister Eban
went so far as to say last week that such "concessions"
would be startling.
By now the world can have little doubt that Is'ae! is
prepcrred to yield much of the territory it took during the
Six-Day War. There should be even less doubt that I
be done as part of bargaining bv whirh. at the verv
least, the Arab nations will agree to the rights and bound-
ones of the State of Israel.
We commend the Quakers for their continued efforts
to brinq peace to the world for, ultimately, it can survive
no other philosophy. We urge them, however, not to fali
prey to the blindness and decrfness which have afflicted the
nations of the world which seems to be unable to see or
hear Israel's solo moves for peace in the Middle East.
New Role In Community Leadership
As he retires from the presidency of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association and the local chapter of the
American Jewish Committee. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot this
week assumes a new community leadership role, that oA
chairman of the Inter-Faith Agency for Social Justice, the
coalition of Jews, Protestants and Catholics working to-
gether on issues of mutual concern.
In a way. this week is a commentary on the public
life of Dr. Narot, whose congregation is marking his 20th
anniversary with Temple Israel as its senior rabbi. Not
only has he served the spiritual needs of the largest syna-
gogue in the Southeast but he has given of himself to the
community at large as chairman of Dade County's Com-
munity Relations Board. President of the Welfare Plan-
ning Council, and a host of Jewish causes.
Thta leth i" I i ra publish
bulletin tell, in
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in. mbership. We ire worry & >
thi* tine* your Sunday Sch>o!
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WASHINGTON PrealfJenl
Nixon t'.i-i mm proved that he la
very brave nan. K\cn th<' op-
ponentl of his Cambodian deci-
sion have been forv-'d to Brant
that much.
It remains to \f seen whether
he is also a lucky man which
is hist a.-. Important f< i su
ceasful political leader. Hut if
- ,'\.'n : a- m... !y :.m-*\ I
ahouhf he noted that he baa mad
a Rood gamble in Cambodia.
what makes It good gai
i- the simple fart *btch no U S
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st .ndi that IM troop! em
or even continue to exist with-
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Another Challenge In Education
The demand of black* for school courses devoted to
the history and culture of their people has created son"
:-?sting sidelights which bear watching by those con-
cerned with the future of Jewish education.
Four New York City hiah schools have bequn eler
rsee :n lewiah history, in port as the result of lev.
ponse to the inauguration c; for
udents. Hebrew has beer, tauqbt for years in many
and some throughout the count
I Miami but this is the first time that Jewish Ameri-
can history is recognized as a valid subject.
The Americcn Association for Jewish Education, at its
ennual meeting this month, sees the many requests ior
instructicnal material from high schools and colleges and
another challenge to those who are concerned with the
education of our Jewish young people. The financial sup
oort required to produce textbooks and other materials is
considerable but if there is real concern for this program
we are confident the funds will be there.
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liousands Participate
iln Anti War Rallv
nied fioiii Vaz<- 1)
id ervlces.
I | ; nb i '. mso-
u ,i- ol history at
. rsity was one of
{ious : adera appearing
Senate Foreign Rela-
mittee last w 'U. Sen.
bright, chairman of the
committee, indicated he might
reaalU them during the commit-
li hearings on I moial im-
pact of the u
Ral bl Eli is Charrv, pr sidenl
of the Board ol R ibbis <>i" Great-
er Philadelphia, reported that
members of the Philadelphia
Union of Jewish Students had
d th scaiation -ji the
v in V'ii i \nm ;ti drums held
id iftei diviccs Friday
in a n imbi i > i has "gues.
Leonard H Weiner bf
oit. | !
tional Council ol
i:. mad< pub ic
-.;. rntnl
- deci ion to nd Ai
car: ium; s inl i Cambodia and
i ring il Inti i iifi b th dan-
ger ol woi ! Mrs. Weiner said further thai
it can only widi n the already
inful division ot opinion in
A:".iiira ai.ii can*' our lii.ni.ls
nd the world dismay.

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IETTERS TO THE EDITOR
State Aid Opposition Widespread
i mini;. The Jewtah FtarUbw:
i
While l was stHI President "r
iho Uvratcr Miami Rabbinical a>
- i iflon, I i-i'iu- T from writ-
111!- 1 T1 |0 -'" ik <' th"
pos on of ihe Jewish community
, -1 i he cril leal issue ol Rial lid
i hicaUon. But I think ll en-
now the w ides i
.; v t this m '
I tin i ions
Reci ntlj !>- Ro i Catholic
lj look exeent i >ti
ted that 1
( fn Ihei Jews n>i
Vt thet time. 1 *
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a d m he
I thoujrli no official ai
v> i.'k'iv ; straw \ ite n -nlt< 1
in ;i twotiMMM majorirj against
tats aid to private anil parochial
sehooai tor the foUotrinR reasons
I. \Vc i(.> ifi oppose -i a.' aid t"
ichial schools beonuse we are
afmiusl private .ml parochial
,: i ntl >n R.i' : i Herh ti Baum-
uard of Temple Beth Am which
has begun a small, controlled all
,'. i\ school, i- aga nst i itc id, as
he rted at our meeting.
2 We ire a? insl i< ite ni' be-
i .hi-.' w are de "pi) cor* ned foi
the well icing o the p iblic sd
system in which the large man >>t
'"u ish chi! i en ire em oil d W i
i .....it I ir thi sak
> i ii Ame .' child all
ns and v lepl
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ivenl I Bine our birthi ht foi
KNESETH ISRAEL
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
LAG B'OMER BANQUET
S.nuLy. ^1A, 24ll,, 1970
6,30 V-JH-
in the
honoring
a small amount ol state aid which
would imt even wive our pro-
Mem."
We are igainsl state aid be
cause we believe In Ihe separation
of church .in.) stat<- nut even
though certain Umm pawnM aomej
help t'> religious education, aw ba-|
thai th s i- enough
\\, hi lieve, as Mrs, Sej mow
r.iii. who i*ik' at the meet-
ing, and whose devotion to Juda-
ism in -iii .ii.: pan chi il Jewish
as well is to e lu ration
R neralb Is well known and wh.)
., i Wi .-' Btudj Ihe long
| ill n 'in1-
to stati lid "' rhe total J is i
....... ., .
..v is i I
it be Or I

\ i i I as it is I
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been in I ' '"', '
\ i as w
i of all i this trad
n .1
-iiiioTi'lx yours
i; Mini JOSEPH K. S VKO I
EDITOB, I In Jewish ffiarMani
li i> t hoped tiiit this lettei
he the rinal one In this >t:
n I M ': !'"'. !
t rtu ii\ note on w hich to i
ludi
1. i I Ralph A K ii'.v-li'v ii hi
Ictli pul -ii' I In Ihe Kl ii d i
: \pnl 17th, asked who' prompt-
! m> out hut il is ilnsl me >:
mi Is .nut RefOI :n i ili'i-
r, .,,'. > \ .s m '\ .I.-1 in mv
belief that far fr.>m strengthening
lud usni it has alienated many i>:
our i iconic among the youth and
ilder generation (nun the basic
teachings of Judnism. In line with
'In* thought it wouM In- in p
for Rabbi Klngjlp1 to i- Seymour B. Lkbman'i review i>(
Ba>ir Reform JnAaanaT by WII-!
ham B Silvernmn in the Jewisli!
r .ri'.i iii o \pnl 17th.
It is ancmiraging to read th it
R.tbhi Kingslej w in favor of day
ichooK. Hoxvex'er, lv' taises the
lueation i>i whether u u timely,
ind ir we are ix-rhn|is running awa>
from public schonii bacauae if
poaafblc bussing; this aimplj i-
not Ihe issue. The central them
is tin- education of our children,
to Uive them the know l"i|e.' of
our Jewish heritage and lo w irl
the devasl til nroads if as
iimil.iti'iii
'Ih i
I in th.......
I H v djy school
Hi a \ i \ one of I hi

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ft in abej
I with a
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mb
notion thi
H lay sett
I. lrl\ the out
It tructui' lb* He
brew \.'.'iin Ii we do this, we
ha> c more successful il i>
schools .mil ha> e the i il isf i
..' knov ing thai lid foundations
n being Imill lo insure the con-
tinuitj nanence of J
ism.
The Jew ish l linn is to b
in!- the effort and
lime that Ihej have given to th -
series >'. letters
IIH1MW I lllil II 11
Gerold SchwoitT ffcgf l
of County Natoncl "^J
Nc.th Miami Beach, ho, J
'"' Boss of th: yJ|
the M.am; Chcpter o! aL
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Rahlti Kronish Eltjl
To Hoard (If (iovrnmi
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23id annual Dade County Outstanding Citizens'
Ldr, aie presented to Mrs. Eileen "Hoscoe" Racicot.
j| Woman of the Year, "For her devotion to underprivileg-
Ihildren and her contribution to their cultural education,"
to the Reverend Father Sean O'Sullivan, 1969 Man
io Year, "For his involvement and dedication to the
Biment of youth through Operation Self-Help," by Jo-
, M. Lipton, chairman of the Board, Dade Federal Sav-
And Loan Association of Miami, patron of the annual
Sponsor of the awards is Sholem Lodge 1C24 of
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Beth Kodesh Celebrates
Beth Kodesh Congregation, one
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Gn ater Miami area, "ill celebrate
its Silver Anniversary at a gala
banquet in the YM-YWHA <>l
Greater Miami, 8500 SW 8th St..
iii 6 p.m. Sunday, May 24. Sam
portln is serving as general chair-
man of the affair.
Shaare Zedek Eye
Department Gets
Diagnostic Device
The Eye Department at Shaare
Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem has
made several innovations In its
development program, Dr. David
i. din ctor i r thi part-
meni has announced.
The hospital is acquiring an
'ultra-sound" apparatus for de-
li ction and dl i rnosis ol diseases
or foreign bodiis insidi thi eye
by means of ultra-sonic waves.
'i It.' (qut| mi nt is i spi cially us i f'.il
In casi s w hi re di fi ''is in thi cor-
11 a and l< ns make ordinary < \-
itions impossible. Shaare Ze-
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Israel to put such equipment to
use, increasing ilii diagnostic abil-
ity of the di partmenl to a con-
.iderable di gn
'I'h.' establishment of a special
' imil for contact lenses is planned
for the near future. In its first
phase, the n w unit will be used
in tn at patients requiring such
- for mi dical reasons; it will
begin treatment of persons whe
'want contact lenses for cosmetic
purposes ai a later date.
Cedars Needs Teenagers
B lys and girls ovi r 15 years of
ijfi are needed to work as summei
i volunteers at Cedars ol Lebanon
Hospital, Mrs. Norman Elson, di-
ri ctor ol Voluntei rs at the hospi-
tal, has announced. All applicants
will attend a Teen Summer Work-
shop" May 23. Between 75 anil 100
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hospital departments, Mrs. Elson
said, and a citation from the hos-
pital is sent to the student's school
to be included in his achievement
record file at the end of the
summer.
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Allocation Of Funds
Authorized By Board
Frid
cy
*r%
Distribution of approximate!)
$180,000 more than was allocated!
I*i9 was authorized by Great-
Board of Directors al
I la<' ,.:>
In making this announc -merit
Fedir ltion's Pr i I M
.'. u noted this monej would !>
iti by the B I i
<- i > Ft leratton's loc <1 and
es The all on
i United Jewish Appeal, Federa-
tion's major beneficiary, is set by
. pre-campaign formula.
The l>o.nil approvi i distribu-
te this ad 1;' sum f -
970 after receiving an tip-t >-
report on th< > igresa of
current Combined Jewish Ap-'
peel i imps sn, an evalual m of I
i rl tutsl lii pledges
. a report on i revi mslv unal
icated monies Added t> this \\.i-
the 1970 allocation from United
Fund, which is eerm irked to m--'t
. portion of the deficit require-
:> of four local agencies, Mr.
-; added.
Mr Weiss added certification of
lable funds was essential at,
- point since the Budget Com-
ttet :s currently meeting in'
ightly sessions to review budget
; testa from beneficiary agencies
. w. il as new applicants..
The campaign report indicated
the current campaign has received
approximately 13,500 cifts and that
CJA h.ad raised $2,325,000 and thai
th. IEF had raised $2,033,000. This
represented a total of approximat-
I > $4358.000
The report of Campaign Chair-
man Robert Russjefl Stressed that I
while the campaign had certainly
been successful up to this point,
there remains s :n- 7.500 of last
year*! gifts >till outstanding; thasi
people cave $1,000,000 in 1969 i
Federation Board members and
Other campaign workers vt ere i
strongly urged to cover these
cards as rapidly as possible because
.' the urgent needs which exist
\o\h in Israel and in the loci!
imunity.
Oth-T matters coming befon
Federation Board it its i
r.-i etmc includ
( immunity Relations Commit
-. ,heard from Chairman Moi
S erm in of ttv pi
:: the formation ol th
, ting endi av >r, and th
ting attention being i*id t >
implications of the proposed bill
offering state axl to private scho-
ols
Multiple AppeU* Commit!*-*"
ivefl a progress report from'
Cha i m in M i\ Oroviti M the pro-
posed approach aimed at enlisting
support c4 community leadership
in resolving the many problems
which are present. The Board pro-
mised full cooperation m an it
tempt to resolve this matter in
the best interest of the total com*
muni)
Administrate Committee ap-
prove l the Fedei ition-GJA 1970
Operating Budget as presented by
Chairman Paul P Catsman. At
the Board's suggestion, top leader-
ship of the Administrative and
C nittees will consider
the possibilities of Instituting I
system I pea-campaign budgeting l
iiiiiidiug < omniitte-heard fl
Ch Irman Samuel I. Adler
mod I -at ions of the building pi
necessitated a slight delay in ob-
taining the required permit; the
matter should be resolved ri
another weeh An experienced site
supervisor has boon retained
for the construction phase. In ai
dition. it was reported that 61
members had l>*-n enrolled thus
far in Federation's Century Club
which is the group underwriting
the cost of the new building.
Sale of C'urrrnt RullcHnc ap-
proved plan for sale of Federa-
tion's current site at 1317 Biscayi*
Boulevard
Budget < tiimiiittif Id-guLii mu
and Proc-clur'approved the (" KtF
as presented for use of the Bud-
get Committee in its current de-
liberations The Board will review
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siWe revisions atvl to render final
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F< '. : tdershlp
Five m -v B mrd membi rs wen
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outstanding contribution to the Temple, to
the Greater Miami Jewish conun,
to Israel. F:om left tor-.ght ere Mrs.s.
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Page 9-A
emple Israel's Rabbi To
Honored On Anniversary
r. iifzrrnation of Temple Is- Joy a wide circulation and sale
Jrcater Miami and loaders : lhroup.h a publishing company de-
community will pay tribute voloped as part of the Temple Is-
|ia'l proK'am. Innovative services
Israel reeently honored its senior
rabbi by creating the Joseph R
Narot Center for Advanced Jewish
Studios as part of the congrega-
tion's planned exj ansion program,
which is expooted to b^ complete
in time for the ei Icbratfon of its
.">0th anniversary in 1972.
New Beth David Facility
To Be Dedicated May 24
Mr. and Mrs. Budd Mayer are
general chairnv n of the evening;
uid seho(.l curriculum have been assisting them will be Mr. and Mrs. I on Sunday, Ma> 24, ii~ president,
among the recognized activities ol Maurice Cn mer, Mr. and Mrs. Irv- Seymour Fri< nd, has announo >i
r.i ih David Congregation will
officially dedicate its new South
Had. sehool facility at 7500 S\V
120th St. with special ceremonies
DR. JOSEPH NAROT
bl i Joseph P.. Narot Satin-
icin at the Deauvillc Hott i
lor ol a "golden" annlver-
j0 years as Temple Israel's
|al l< ader, and SO years sinee
Mnation as a rabbi.
lour Samet. national diree-
InterRroup Relations and
Actl n for the American
Committee, will he the
ir of the evening which will
Oted mainly to dancing and
linment. A member of Tem-
fcacl while he was serving as
lor of the Greater Miami
Id of AJC. Samet was invit-
thc committee because of
Rose relationship to Rabbi
and the community.
tint
th<> 20 yean of Rabbi
Rabbi Narot in this area.
A founding member of the Inter-
Faith Agency for Social Justice,
which r< presents the Greatei
krliami Fi Uowsnip of Churches, the
Archdiocese "I Miami an.! the
Great) r Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation, Rabbi Narot was elected
ii c< ni ly as chairman ol the
,ii.- ncy for the coming year. The
chairmanship is rotated < ach year
. between representatives of the or-
ganizations which founded it lour
ars ago.
Rabbi Narol served as chair-
man of the Dado County Com-
munity R lations Board, the Coun-
ty Welfare Planning Council, and
was a m. inner of the first board
of tht Economic Opportunity pro-
Liam. He served two separate
I terms as president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association and
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee,
in recognition of his community
j service, the Urban League of Dade
County named Rabbi Narot to rc-
j ceivc its Humanitarian Award last
year, and he has been recipient of
similar honors from the Florida
I Region of the Anti-Dt tarnation
I League and the American Jewish
Committee for his work and dedi-
cation to humanitarian causes.
A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of
: i he Western Reserve University,
Rabbi Narot earned his Doctor of
i Hebrew Letters degree at the He-
brew I'nion College, whir.' he was
ordained in 19-10. The seminary
honored him with an honorary de-
Ing Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. William,
'", ildb rg, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart ,
Gordon. Dr. and Mrs. G^crge Gra-
ham Dr. and Mrs Howard Hew-
li. Mi. and Mrs. Richard Lencer,
Mr. and Mi Kdmund Perls, Mr.
and Mrs Harold Rubin, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Rado, Mr. and Mrs
Robert Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Je-
The highlight i I the program
will l>e the unvi il'.n; of plaques
ing donors to the school's
luildlng fund, Participating in the
program \.ill bi a number of re-
ii, ai d civic dignitarii s: nun-
dreds of Beib David school chil-
dri n, th- ir familii s an I frk nds
..ill be in attendance.
Sol Landau, who was recently
elected president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, will
give his blessings.
The new school facility WBl I*
the Site ol Beth David's first
' summer day camp, which will h*
i holding iis first session on June 17.
B. B. Women Meet
North Shore Chapter. B'nal
ruth Women, will hold its last
general meeting of the season in
the Washington Federal ai 11.S3
Miami Beach at
The di-nitaries will be intro-
.dm. Ullman and Mr. and Mrs. iU(.,,i by the congregation's pros- Normandy Dr..
Bernard Wall I ident; its spiritual leader. Rabbi 12:30 p.m. Monday.
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I's service as rabbi. Temple m( 0f Doctor of Divinity in 1965.
on the occasion of his 25th anni-
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pn ach to the students at the HUC
, hapel in Cincinnati last Friday.
The board of trustees of Temple
has crown from a congre-
jf less than tiOO families to
jiq ic metropolitan institution
L'.OOO tamilks. the larg<
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Festival Judaism's Essence
By kauri RALPH P. KPfGSLEl ple'i Journey through history- if
T'-ni|rl.' Sin i! oi Sort* Pair tilt 0 la IKV of Judaism
I there ia no better place to find it
: me* th ,n In <
If
(ii thodox .' ,|1V
Poll Reveals That
Rabbi's Salary Is
'Shockingly Low1

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH ^
Enior
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. I its all 1
u hicli Jud-
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ftutbi Kingslty
\\ h> iio mm people practice
the euatOBI of HchtlBK : e.itnlle
on the firt Origin illy, as 1 ''" M
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2:41 vcre lit I
mountain to si
the Ni M ion v
SI W YORK IJTA1
the ||j i;i:,,.. ,..| bj th. I
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inch v .
recent survey. fa untj| ai, jorusalem looked
tudents with be h. tower
lor's master'a in look ] though th
: \ mun salary ul .. ,. ,|. Hehi m i nth
onl> $15000 per even al alendrical reckoning no
m ny j ii s' service, while publl m,j;,. ,,..
schoo as much .,,,,..,), DI |n ;s hack th.
Mr/.
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foi hia iisl r a
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es Mm th who ''"': "!" ith ind indeed foi ev. > -
...... p ich 'he si i ) ol 1.014 umi i ol th ..,_, in lifl.
ining lorn, Shavuol S minarj which s affiliated with s. u,,.,. ,..,
a ind Sukkot
tson : nan's fi iltj an
ndei powers
n : il t.. light <
Yeshiva I' rsitj A ipokesman ,.,n(l!i. ,,. ,,, ,n. > w ..,,|,| iiKrtt
tor the university < th t iU Sabbath to den
number ol v in Orthodox ( thrfU the sabbath
side himself. T High Ho] y> lions a.....with Con- ,,.,.. ,,.,,,. hL.. ... can-
1 -rlighl n the ho th Ih ,
'"' lB< thci nan .* k-da> I i
,
"It is un: .ii anachronism said Ion mstrate that the first
Thera an. some for whom i |aj|C ... ....,., fin.liv. ,,
i is dogma, handed down) ritffjcultica ol three general
' "' "' P Dohinsl rabbi a-hn month ia ii le isl me at. p '
i growth i expected b il m to in rank than the ordinal*) da>
rope 'li the modern age to be Why la the tasao af reolttag the
"fHimna*1 in the eventag limited
I., iindnl^hi '
in high. Sot i for the Jew igo A rabbi whose duties arc] *rhiS us. m'r<' lik-- the case <>f
For the Jew, religion la "values" scholar, preacher teacher, conselor reciting the "Sherna" in the morn-
which emerge from ih.- creative P"**""" director ind adminis- .,.- Mng tajodated with .. pre
1 ., I..,. a v, ,. ,rru"'" '""'"" '"' rpKartw! -,s '" scribed time period In the KiW- '
tension between man and hi, ..n,-, offl(.p ,,,,,,,,.. ,lf ,h eawgrega- Thl. Hil),(. ^ ,,,,mU a Jw
vvrse. a tension which Is found no1 tlon who has to punch a dock and ,.,,.,,,. ,,. Shema" when h.-
oruy in the set times and seMOM h.-i\-' hi-, position reviewed each retires iDcuterdnomy 6:7' Since
of the year, hut also in his peo- v,',r people generally retire any time
The rabbi recommended eon| from dark to midnight this la the
ference of synagogue presidents t'i| period for reciting the "Shema,"
deal with the situation. He also otherwise the "Shema" will not
asked rabbinic ind synanogu. have been recited during th.- ap-j
groups to have their congregations propriatc i" riod of retirement Us-
>i ler rffbbis' current needs ing these time slots, the Jew Is
He urged life tenure for mbbisj thus mindful of the existence and
PI serving more than 10 or l yean unitj >>< G>d. u>th upon arising
i ii a conarearation olus aahbaticilsI from hia sleep and u|>on retiring]
i
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CANDLEUGHTING TIME !
9 IYAR
7:39
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ye ah .
of the First Fruits i S |
th. in'-t.....: P -
' Ii. the sew nth month
he -i >N mn n si ui lo > m I
ol horns, a
aervile work Howtx-it on
is th nent
Vnd y. shaC dki n that samp
i da) of atonement, to make at I
Lord your ; < th. fifteenth f
Ih. feast of tabernacle* for *e\ei into the Lord
23 24-34).
And > ih ill t. ke > m I
trees, branches of pabn-tre. thick treafl
willow^ of tj<- '.;.ik and >- ih Unpl
God it is i statute for ever generationi HI
M issa '! ekared unto the children ol Isn I the p; ^todmai|
A the Lord" l Leviti. h .' I 40 u 14
Thi raooasatlag or thr IVfwkl) Portton ot tin-u bfflal
el and baaad u|mn "Tht- Graphic Hbtorj ol th.- Jrwivh IbiSsf I
rdittsjt b> P. WanilUB T.....11. *I.V iMiMtshitl by sh*.*ll!kl
tohanaa u awaOahls at .: WUHam ., \. fark S ITJft]
lent ol tlu- ..!> trtltitl in- ll- volume is Josrpti Sitas
in Israel after seven years
from his daily acth iv
lVc//Cr/0M5 4^4
ervices
AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 995 SW 7th Aw. Orthodox.
Cantor Morr. Birr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 1th Aw.
Conervativ. Cantor Sol Pakow.ti. 2

BETH AM (TEWPLEI 59SO N. Ken.
c.-.H Dr.. S. Miami. Rrform Rabbi
Herbert Baumyard. Cantor Michael
K,rr. |
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BETH DAVIG. J? SW Sro Ave.
Conrvlive. Rahbt Sol LanJau.
Cantor William w Lioaon. 4
Crldny a p.m it p rr Bw mon
> h Mj .. .-in \\ I ,,i I- h iig i
Mltavith Mai | mil r of IIi
\ithui Buturtl )
. I In i kl tv ah
i rrj son ol Jlr Alb. rl \, IIh>
St i in..ii r-tnki I
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11 kl H-ftrtl II
TITERETH ISRAEL. S6O0 N. Miami
Ave. CtifiMrvativa. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 941
g. 4th Av*.. Hialeah. Conaarvativ*.
Rabbi Mauric* Klein.
Conaervativ*. Rabb. Mayar Abram- ZAMOP* iTEMPLi ":'"*ljl
oili Cantor Nico Feidman it t .--..i-..- Oj:t w*'*,,l
Krlda) li i m IL,i UllSvah O"tor R :J'0 >! .l
laochler ..f Mr and ; *l
Talanskv Noturda) i m liai m '^Jfcl
I
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1 I. .!!. l'..,s.r
Ml M""
:i" |i in
BETH TOV (TEMPLE) 8438 SW I: 11 -Ii Ku
8th St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon nml Mm i: .< |
2ION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd NER TAMID ITEMPLEI. 80th St and
Conaervat.ve, Rabbi Norman N Sna- Tatum Waterway. Conaervativ*
P '" ** Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Ed
V. in II.,'-- i.i. Bahl II ward Klein. 1*
Honorlna Temple / nua Prlda) IS pm rtural Sc- ikri <
lor-Flt-kl \
Purxlval S..UI- Ital \..u-i, i ,.i. r.i .,. Pi m I TK
. i
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it. lAwmtu
BE7H ISRAEL JE^'iil
Oa.iand Par* "1*,.? L
April. Caintor Seymour Hmkea S
\ :-. |. in Hut S| akei \li
Siniilt-y HuI'iiii Topi, "Hads*
u-1. H -ii Hen
Poll......I bj One* HI
bnl
daucl i
f Mr
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N0in MIAMI
ETH EL. "00 SW 17th Av*. Ortno-
a Rabhi Solomon Sch.lf.
' I p in .-v. nil da i
aim. ha T |. in
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13800 W. Onie Hwy Conaervative
Rabbi Joaeph A. Gc-tinkel Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachenbauni
MIAMI ftACH
AGUDATM ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave
O'thodox. Rabbi la.ac Ever
BETH ISRAEL 770 40tn St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
SRAELITE CENTER. S17S SW i;5th BETH JACOB_30* "waahlngton Av*.
St. Corser.-ativ* Rabbi Avrom L Orthodox Rabbi Shm-vi-o T \,r
Orai.n. Ctntor Nathan Parnaa*. 11 *.. Cantor Mauric* Mameh**. tt
OHEV SHALOM 705 Bon.ta Dr
Ortncdox. Rabbi Phmaa W
man
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CtNTER
Coii.n* Av*. Rabbi Sad. Nahmiaa.
EMANU-EL SW "S3
R,form R>" tM
Lev ton, C"10f .'* "HI
K HALL*NOALltrtW* *\
Hourwooi
12* N E. Fi
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ISRAEL (TEMPLEJ Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabhi Joaeph R. Naiot. 1C
i>- i- in s. i in., i la ^ ...''
\ i v Movie? \ II. At
M"r:,li(> In Am. i i. ..
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1841
44 Waahington Av*. Rabbi A Ben-
Hillal. 8*
BETH EL lTEM'LiLV. l
R,forrr. Rabbi Saee-'^a
n ii
BETH KODESH 1-01 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional rlabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Olckaon. a
" I" .. in
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 87SB SW 16th
St Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
min. Cantor benjamin Ben An 13
v p in s.i' uri|.i> in .. mi I
..( Mi and
. papier
/vaoomicctr Jclevision j~^i
i
roarama
Mix 11
Ch I. 8 30 I First !..-
Titli M rani "Oui Problem and Opportunity."
':-. Luther C Pi.
P in- i R ibbi Solomon S
Ri i ii rold 1*U
Will Be |{.|at-:l on Oh. I at ItM p.m. s.iniila\. June 11
31
Ma) 17Ch. 10 The J arbh WoTshtp Hour
II .si P. .Mi: \
PompaQajf1 Fl i.
Nay l*Ch. 7 l' am Th. Still Small Vo
Host R Kipper,
Temple Judea, Coral Gahtes, Fla.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 154S
Jetferaon Av* Conaervativ* Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETH ShOluW (TEMPLE). 4144
Chat* Av* Liberal. Rabb. Leon
Krornh. Atilttant Rabhi Jerroid
Levy Cantor David Conviaar. ?1
|. in 1 i- II
St I lll-l: II I \\ R.
I In the K s ,iur.
!..> II .. in
BETH TFILAH 9M Eu'l.d Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joaeph F Rackovaky. 2i
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rotencwa g ii
EMANUEL (TEMpLti. 170' Wath-
ington Av*. Conaervative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
HEBREW ACADEMS 2400 Pmetr**
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groaa. 28
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E Treature Dr.
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon Segal
NORTH MIAMI BtACM
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE> '02*
N E. Miam O^rdena Dnn Con
aervativa Rabbi Milton S;hlinaky
i \
\
Can.vr Tibor Movca
BETH TOHAH NE I84tn St at nth
Av*. Conaervativ*. Rabb. Max Lip
achiti. Cantor Jacob Renaer. 3
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conaervativ*. Rabbi Charlea Rub*l
Cantor Jack L*rnr. S

\ ..' v.-.
.a Mr
\i.- Mill..ii l'i i. Ini.tn
SINAI (TEMPLE) or NORTH DAOB
18801 N E 22nd Avenue Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgaley. 37
Marl
llul "
. ii. Ital
I, nf Mi and
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SKY LAKE SVNAGOOUE 18'S1 hit
9th Av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
GREATER
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Go"i' a -*i|
SINAI (TEMPLit- ^isij
Contervat.v* oc ^ ,_
Cantor V.h.-jjJJ
- '" .*a
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SYNAGOOl'E 1532 Wa.h.ngton Av* vo>.,N2. -Ii?t-*-.?Ta. ^nodoa
Orthodox. Rabb. T.bop H. Stern MIAMI 990 NI 17UI St. Orthodox
Cantor M*y*r Bnnl. j% Rabbi Naft*li Poru*h
___ I'm.i.,t : -.-' |. n> a
NES1TH ISRAEL. 1*15 Euclid Av. '; *\2iEk* 8.'^"" "
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfl.ld roaai OABtl'
Cantor Abraham S*if. 27 JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5800 O-anadi
Blvd. Reform. Rahb. Morna K.p
i MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 76th St. p*r. *
ISRAEL 'TEMfte. pal
Conaervativ ""V**'"*
Cantor M.c""#
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lay 15, 1970
rJenisfi fkrfjttr
Page 11-A
itchel Berger Named For Athletic Honors
l
61 Cedars Volunteers
Will Receive Awards
tl. YMHA of Greater
imcd Mitchel Berger as
amateur
athlete of
m
'
11-, recently, i' marked
thai organization:
-.i time a high school
>>. i n honored, and ii
h time .i Jewish ath-
i. selected,
I high and low for
11 ~ ol this quality i"
the past," said Dr. AI Tudor, the
Vs director of physical education,
"but there ware none this goad.
We were proud to honor Mitchel.
ile and his brother, Bruce, have
Brown up with our V athletic
program."
A king list of honors have come
Mitchel's way as a tackle on Coral
Gables High School's national co-
champion footbaii tram. The 17-
year-old son of Mr. and Mis.
Howard Berger. 2115 s\v 23rd St
he has been named All-America,
All-Southern. All-Florida. All-
Region. Ali-Dade County and All-
City, the only Jewish athlete 1)11
ach of the teams,
('tie of the first tu congratulate
Mitch mi his selection was Rabbi
Si I Landau, spiritual lead) r ol
r< Hi David Congregation,, when
< r,< rgi i s ha\ e bee n m< mb rs
- 1916. Mitch eri brated his
Bar M I ind w as ci nl ii mi d al
15. ih David.
Thi modi st. unass imii youth
ha i xci lied In I hi classroom as
I veil as on the athletic field he
- in the upper 10' I "i the senioi
.lass graduating at his school this
sear.
Mitch compt ted in the stale
track mi i at Gainesv iile earl)
I his month and has made All-City
and All-County as Gables' discus
' thrower, He Is president of the
National Athletic Scholarship So-
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COUNTERFEIT MONEY: HOW TO SPOT IT
rUe nun looked like anyone else at the drugstore cash regis-
., waiting his turn. He bought a package of cigarettes, hand-
i cashier, a twenty dollar bill, picked up his change and
ie girl behind the counter, accustomed to serving hun-
i| iu\tomcr\ a day. tucked
bill in the cash drawer and
id on ;he next customer.
Irv.'vt morning, when the drug-
store's cash
receipt! were
being proc-
issi'.l by the
bank, an alert
employee in
the bank's
* m o n e y
room" spot-
unterleit. By then, the
riter hail negotiated kv
I dollars worth of bo-
bills ami was already in an-
et citj doing the same Hung
I <'> year counterfeiters vie-
. the American people by
bl I" money, which re-
in losses by the person* or
linesses receiving them,
I ven llioupli lounterteiters try
I produce bills that look exactly
r.-j| money, there are certain
wnis that give them away, tvery
IlOD who handles money
[ould fainili m/.e tlH'inselves with
ee points and help pi> an end
lounlerfeit operation, which
M us many dollar;, every year,
TV portrait on a bill is usually
pe Of the quickest ways to spot
knterleit, The engraving may be.
Dll. smudged, or unnaturally
with little 'hading, or
hy shading where the lines
| rulai or broken. On agen-
blll the portrait is well de-
led and distinct. The eyes arc
at and ippeai lifelike.
Counterfeit feels differently
Ban genuine L'. S. c urrenc),
which is made by an exclusive and
secret process, if you crinkle a
genuine bill it feels almost like
cloth, is very strong, and doesn't
tear easily.
Genuine bills have very small
red and blue threads interwoven
in the paper, a distinctive mark ol
l s Currency. These become
harder to see as the bill is old and
worn.
The colored seal is another
place to check closely. On a coun-
terfeit, the sawtooth points
around the seal are olten uneven,
or rounded oil. The genuine bill
will have tine points around the
seal, and all will be evenly spaced.
The border, formed by a very
intricate pattern of nitcrossing
line lines, may be uneven or bro-
ken on a counterfeit, but sharp
and clean, ptecise on a genuine
bill.
So far. no one has been able to
reproduce United States Currency
exactly, or to get aw ay with coun-
terfeiting for very long, thanks to
the U. S. Secret Service.
Ffficient at it is. the Secret
Service needs our help to stop
counterfeiters, for many keep
trying even after they vc SWWa
prison sentences.
If you have a bill you think"
may be counterfeit, ask your
hanker. He is trained to recognize
the difference between genuine
and counterfeit, and will be glad
to advise you.
This column is published as a community service by
COUNTY NATIONAL BANK of North Miami Bcacll
TJl N. ii. 167th Street at N. E. 8th Avenue
eicty, and holds membership in the
Key Club and the school's German
Language Club.
Recruiters from some 120 of the
nation's leading universities and
colleges have been wooing the 6'3"
230-pound student athlete since
last spring. He accepted an aca-
demic scholarship from Harvard
University after wi Ighing offers
from Bitch universities as Florida,
Miami. V'andeibilt. Stanford, Ten-
nessee, Notre Dame and Princeton.
"I selected the school i thought
would give me a top education and
Till give me an opportunity to
[lay pretty good football," Mitch
said. "For me, ii was Harvard,
v%iili its fine pre-med program and
its keen ivy League competition."
Sportscaater Red Barber recently
i'.i voted his syndicated column to
telling Mitchel his choice had been
the best and why.
One of Mitch's greatest fans is
his 19-year-old brother, Bruce, a
varsity squad member at Penn,
where he is a junior. Bruce, who
also became Bar Mitzvah and was
confirmed at Beth David, was also
subjected to much the same re-
cruiting pressure exerted on his
brother.
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity can well lie proud of the
Berger boss reared in the Jewish
tradition, they are great athletes
as well as fine students.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
hold its annual "Appreciation
Luncheon" at noon Tuesday in the
El Batumi Restaurant, 2322 NW
Tih St. Receiving awards for out-
standing Service will he 61 volun-
teers; the name of the "Volunteer
if the Year" will be disclosed by
Mrs, Byron Sparher. president of
,is Auxiliary,
S. K. Bronstein. Cedars' execu-
tive vice president, will be the
.nest speaker at the luncheon,
which "ill lie hosted by the hospi-
tal's board of trustees. There are
!50 volunteers in the active unit.
.'.',- Norman Elson, Volunteer
chairman, has revi aled.
and
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sponsor the fust ann laJ i I
. .imjpMnai.. Conference Monday
.. i to i '..' : m at YM-
i v HA ut t ireater Miami.
The program iil l. geared t.
hi changing patterns In the Jew-
ish family m our community with
Vtanheim s. Shapiro, sociologist,
.-ix lal worker at.d educator, sinak-
inj on th. topic "The Jewish Fam-
ily and the American Scene."
other presentations will include
The Family As a Unity" by Leon
D Fisher, executive director of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service; "The Family in the Com-
munity," by Efraim H Gale. \-
.cutive director of th>. YM-YWHA
>i Greater Miami, and "The Fam-
ily and Religion," by Dr. Joseph R
N'arot. spiritual leader of TempK
Isr tel of Gn ater Miami.
Other participants will include
VrthurS. Rosichan, executive vie
ll lent of the Greater Miami
ish Fed i at ion; Rabbi Sol Lan-
1 11\ i.l
I ;
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on J Bn di issistant ex
tive ... d ir ol F. deratl R
Ivro n I Drazin, spi
.; Israelite (" :.t r T. mpl ; I
Bernstein J wish Family and Chil-
Service; Fri .1 Hirt, Jev ish
ilome !: I ..' Agid; RaW i
mon Schiff, director cf the Fed-
eration's Community Chaplainc)
Service, and Arnold Feiner. of the
vmvwiia oi Greater Miami.
i
The | tanning committee tor th.
event includes Temple Beth Am'i
Rabbi Herbert M BaumganL Leon
. Fisher. Efraim H. Gale. Rabbi Eu-
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i [amid. Rabbi Sol Landau, Pat>! i
Max A. Lipschits of Beth Torah
ngregattotv Rabbi Solomon
: Schiff and Robert P. Foreman as-
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i-.lton J. Kcrncss exectitivi assist
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ina Liebman To Conduct 2-Week Teachers Seminar
of the University of
ol of Education's fac-
rrii'U'ii an invitation to
I two wetk seminar for
| both private and public
li- sumniiT in Mexico
(Mrs. Seymour B->
Jwho was chairman of
tn-rnt of'Kdomtlon at
silv of the Americas for
and inaupirated the
gsion courses for teach-
jm America, will hold
t hi .seminar under the joint spon-
sorship of the Private Schools Or-
jani/ation, La Iniversidad de las
\nniicas and the Ministry of Ed-
ucation. La Universldad (i las
Americas iThe University of the
| Americas) is the only college out-
| side of the United State* which
i has been fully accredited by the
i Scuthcj.ii Association of Colleges.
For a number of years prior to
! I960. Mrs. Liebman was director
of Elementary Schools in Dade
County, and was well known as a
peakei and civic worker ns well
:is m educational circles. She and
her husband have also been active
:ri educational and communal af-
faiis since their return to the
United States.
iied Prom Page l-\
: -e aim of '
> (he thre i'
by i iking the
[n I but ;
. oirner ol Ce
. in N I "
. -' rns ghoul I nov
1 i the d v*il in!
.I the 'l rp b
: i ian army
i ','.:.) i 11 in pop-
I th >!- vil being th
an i A r* lean ,
king aci >ss th ;
i
. to the situation, for I
ill, i> .it.iin the pro- I
ipply. For the Ion:
mosl of the North
units in Cambodia
l survive there
;; > lines of any sort
northeast c irni r
tin;: theii- Sttpplv
1 his trails. But with
all the most Important
ii eas should be-
n ible in the end.
more, if the President's
- with this kind of
, there will be an extr i
; inestimable Imp ir-
mce again, supply is
for remember thai I
- ind .ill the airtmuni-
ie enemv forces in
two-thirds of South Viet-
irmerly came through
likville or over the Cam-
lies.
year, Hanoi has made a
pffnrt to expand the capa-
the Laos trails. Supplies
through Laos may there-
|] supplies from Cam-
i lower II Corps and even
in the empty provinces
i III Corps. But in most
brps and all of the Delta
smy units, from guerrilla
up to North Vietnamese
Int. must eventually lose
I rtg to fight if their Cam-
hie line is not restored.
means, in turn, that
ltial redeployments to the
jvilnerable northern corns
will eventually become
Consider the Delta, for
Here North Vietnamese
pi its had to be sent in. as
rat measure to li'''"'
I Cong structure, which
. inger of collapse.
I i the North Vietnam***:
p-'s and the Viet Cong
probably look for-
i grim moment when
ammunition will begin to
When that moment
or four S iirth
Igades sh mid b!
' i h ild the Dell i, Instead
;lmi nt -. is at : es
- -iv thing h
. Ill Coi that will
i pa s ; fre Thu
| 5 v. ill I'hia'ly have I '
in II C !' an 1 i
' ivill be nearly d
th the t ne s thai
't fend those areas And
should be enough t<> break
I'S teeth.
slim, President Nixon's
Me has its grave risks, as
ivarUme move ahvays has.
PH his luck holds, the pay-
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* lenitt ncrkKmn
BOOK RkVIEW
By Seymour B. liabman
'Public Works9 And 'Counting My Steps
TllK HOOK written by Robert
Moses is neither apologia nor
autobiography it i* the personal
testament of one of New York's
i ;cst public administrators,
who alao ion "i the moil auto-
cratic and controversial figures in
the administration ol thai city's
public projects,
ll.- characterises publk service In the sub-title
of his Pui.lir Works iMcGraw-Hill Bo k Co.. $14,501
, A : a it...I. The realization ol his
dreams of Improvement, including such projecti as
Si Lawrence Seaway and Jones Beach, wen
achieved only through his determined leadership
and Iron-willed disregard of politicians.
The i*>k is invaluable for political scientists,
public administrators, and all Chose concerned with
the disposition of their tax dollars. His account of
various i'"' rprtsea gives an Insight into the tangled
skein of motives, cross-motives financing and crea-
tivity which ga Into achi< ving the final result
A definitive historj of the Jews In Europe,
1933-1945, cannot in- written for many years to
com. Bui material being accumulated from in-
dividual participants, brt-by-brt Jakov Lind has
i ontribution t" tins history, which will cover
Jews in concentration camps, ttwae who fought in
up.li rground movenw nts and thosi who escaped th.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Hawk or Dove? A Difficult Distinction
A \KW kind oi name-calling has be-
** com common in Israel'i political
controversy. And M begins to appear
ih.it no one "v quite sure what th.' epi-
thets in this polite n.inn--calling really
mean The words subject to the most
bewildering definitions are "Dove" and
Hawk" words adopted from America's
debate over Vietnam a controversy In
which the two birds represent the two i fairly well. But in Israel, the distinction is blurred. It is
frequently difficult to i. ll which is dove, and which hawk
The man in tin strict finds it i ;.m, i to ;* nsonify the
distinctions. There is no doubt in his mind that Abba
i Pinhas Sapir and Lyova Eliav arc doves. And obvi-
ously Golda Mcir, Ezcr Wcizman, Yigal Allon and Moahc
Commentary
by JACK SIEGEl
Is Africa The Prize?
At < oKi>iN<. to New Vork Times correspondi nts
Jam. s Reston and Max Krankil. there are
various way to interpret the news of Soviet pilots
manning mig--'1s la central Egypt. They conclude
the Russians an where the) an in defense. <>i their
own SAM-.'! systems, and ait- signalling the Lsrai lis
to penetrate Into areas near Cairo and Alexan-
dria whir.- the miss.i. sit. s are The Israelis, have
apparently accepted the signal and kept away at
|< ast so far
Hut signal, shmignal, the Russians arc there,
and according to sources accepted as authentic they
are participating in aerial missions their pilots
have been hoard on Intercoms, speaking In Russian.
There is, i set ma to me, aanthnr sifsaal inherent in
thi ir presence, Soviet missile .-.i.-s are not in the
Cairo and Alexandria regions just to frighten Israel
They are there because of much bigger stakes.
Iraq, Iran, Pakistan. Turkey and Great Britain
signed iii. Baghdad Pact m 1955 lot the purpose of
military defense and cooperation igaisnt the Soviet
Union. The United States, under the aegis of Dulles
and Elsenhower, was the prime movei in what was
i th Middle East Treaty Organization, and
participated without being a full member. After
Iran withdrew In 1959, it became CENTO, but its
original purpose remained, Bexed in this way. the
Soviet Union hopscotched the CENTO nations and
. stalled itself in the good graces ol Arab countries,
that Israel withdraw from the
Sinai .. and later by supporting
a. i lions u ver they could e,, t .. foothold.
ll was ol i is ill, i tl,. Six-Daj War that they
were pretty deeply im >lved with and committed to
tii" Arab In theii fight against Israel. Their
n to i* train .1 on much high r
l< vi the control of Aim a. now emerging
. both ca contending.
Israi l. itely, Is caught in the middle
Hei have frrq lentlj oincidi d with thos
of the Ui Great la its n and Fi ance, fa I
latter tv i emsclvi s
the Unil d Stab i n mall -
: I th Nil VI-
pr, VS. policies
al i hi tuiie. And since
bastion of d. f. nee and the
'.i oil, th. s, poll.,, s an
ambiv ii
"I is now raced with in unfriendly major
I hand, and a Iriendly |x.v\. r that
is a i down in its own troubles oh/the
other ham), with little res nergyor leMn to
get int.i anoint r fracai In the final analysis' I
. have lo fend for itself. In the present political
circurnstancea, it seems certain that more .-mil more
help will have to In- supplied by fellow Jews tin
world over.
Dayan an- hawks, though surprisingly the latter two
in. nt the appellation onl> with some qualifications
Neither group wants war. of course, Tin > differ on
the boat means of bringing about peaci When the fioeks
clash on s;>e< ifie issues, lust on and thi n th. other group
conn s out tin- mInner.
Tin doves maintain; Israel must i more conciliatory.
We must seise a daring political initiative, and clearly
offer th. return of certain of the cocupied territories in
return foi a guaranteed peace treaty, they coo* Let's i-
r. a isis To which th. hawks reply P' ace will come alx>ut
only ii Israel is strong and holds onto all its present tcr-
ritorks For the first Unv we have defensible borders. We
must strengthen our grip, Increaai our population and
extend our military, political, economic and cultural hi-
re throughout the ares There will be peace only if
wi aii' siroiij; onoiic,h to maintain it. they scream. No
matter what else we may do. wi cannot purchase peace
ti om th. Ai alis. let's 1 I nist-
What is realism? According to the dovis ,t is being
prsparcd to yield and compromise on what you know you
can't get anyhow. A realist accepts the fact that ). i, s
in.t dependent on anytnii,;; we do. sa] th<- hawks it was
not we who declared the war. and it is not we who con-
tinue to wage it. Indeed, it is the Arabs who make the
decision on whether the war shall be hot or cold. Strength
will lead to peace; compromise to disillusionment, they
  • Israel I* Uigerence, extremism and Heightened nation
    ahsni will not luinj; peace because it clashes with th
    same manifestations on the Arab side, making constant
    w lor ihe rest ol this .-. n. ration and many i;. iterations
    in come our only alternative, say th,' doves
    And the man in the street" The latest < liable i>oll re-
    veals thai 90rJ of thi Jewish population is against tin
    return ol any land to the Aiahs without prior face-to-face
    negotiations This is up .'.. from a similar iiii two years
    ago. And Wi :u,. against return ot Arab lands .vin it
    h. Arabs do agree to direct negotiations an increase ot
    Hi', since 19tS i'n th. other hand. 82 told the same
    polltakers thej would be read} to yield up some uiisih.i
    ii. d> ar.as m return for a real, binding peso
    Hawk or dove? Winch is the .'.wish bird?
    clutches of the Nazis and Pasdak 1
    subterfuge in the occup.ed ik > 7**N
    raphy, $5.96). I
    An established writer and nb-i*.
    in England. Und was ban inVieWu?'
    flcsd ... Holland afti f*!
    H. Spent the u.,1 V.;,;. ,
    virona, Despit. his i t.*>
    ing an iij:i..iar.c. : ,
    '>- '" fapi tnilint!
    ofrettias and em in hls | .;... :;-J
    but of greater cone
    '"' considered obs ',.'.. >1
    s unneeessarj ;/MeJ
    v. ry passing thoug I
    served for post..,.., I
    ' ... ism. 'J
    U PWHlering loth. rient.th.hinJ
    '">"" 1S ,,"n' iHtUkkpnsiauaa
    earching ror the las. |
    co.n,.t ix faulted I : wh
    has the writ, to |
    publisher th. right to rii i it. Tl
    Ihe public. The quesl
    his tal. nts to th. lev. o| xhibiti
    or hirns. II '
    Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G.lfl
    British Movie Worl
    ? Ill i*radi I
    itiuiung '.:
    lefuy hi
    W.i'
    I'.iis, Urect "IV
    \ : s Hittkyi
    - ol Uudor" Rs
    writing his own si-r>vn(Jv.l
    Robert H. Solo producing. Other pro]
    f..r England by Warner Bros inch
    War," produced b> David Susskind snd i f
    Jack Clayton, and "A Clockwork Oransf.' ?lj
    and directed by Stanley Kubrick from hstl
    so nario ... ,. fcl
    I learned that i -'n(1JJ
    owtti an planning to film Isaac Singrt
    Magician of Lublin" isistrsts after'
    pktlng -nu Lovi "nT"
    by Mankuwitz. an Tockatric. which will he filmed in W
    Anthony Sewlej is lirecting Sii,r.nTU_
    Kirk Douglas' Bryt a l*t '- l "ml.f ij
    soa Michael, stars si irs an Jack wan^
    Barbara Bel Geddts ''""
    starring Rita Tusl ii Ralph
    Michael lion'..,,,, is a shocking nn*f"J
    Bomb is still with us its railed w"
    Room" Mart S ,,"!01,3fl
    .....luetkH Hamcsii :;"%S3
    a flve-pictun pro> ^ iSl
    i.:d.....I Psncho K -; ^Jja
    Kohner. will protlu
    Jungle' with John H
    Washington Profile:
    By JUDITH AXLER
    Science And Government Cooperate
    A ii \k\ ABD t '\IVKKSITV stud, n' who i Kp .is to be
    ** [sra< first expert on th relationship between
    ind government after he receives ins Ph.D. this
    re. ntly read a paper on the subject at the open-
    i i th. National v I nj <\ S ......
    his \ ws on the lationshlp betwe. n s ient sts
    letj 'i Ihe Whit. 1 iui id expert-
    adv isot '" th. Isra. II nt
    [si v i yi ii old Y iron Ezrahl
    i sci. ntisl Hi wit h dai l< w av y hail
    r his foi wears bis 'k-i Imnn d
    e interest role sciein plaj In
    I tlii i iml ei ol m hi n hi
    iva ; a lot :; th in i
    survival depends on using science for national
    i "There most i a cons, lot i Int. gi
    i iblic polic) in civilian areas Survival," hi
    i mphasi d, "is not hial i litarj nattei Ii m. ins i o-
    nun (trial and rrowth ai d h in
    T us is Hn Integrali n h. hopes to work toward when
    he r. Israel in the fall lo teach science and gov-
    ernment at the University of Jerusalem. He wants to
    combine teaching with consultations to the gummait
    \ professor who is :iis,. aotauuiant te ieesSMSsanl is
    an optimal thug for both the university and the nation's
    leaders," he said.
    Sl dents Organization. h
    on the......rd
    adv a, >
    Vral i b :
    .... .Vl.ix
    n
    ......- -
    The Aial,-1-
    ;
    Jews II..... "t
    and
    ..,,,. j
    I hisefl rt. to widen the.-
    I
    whkh had Israeli, .nd j
    ansibilit) fo< othet Jew^mth
    1 ''
    Esrahrh wife, Ss 'v\^*<**"%
    m,.,,.Mn,al.n,s,wn......^ \ny^^
    ,.,,, ,. -,.l.H..al cndiila.c ^ ..*,C^*J
    aKetheR.nn^.mccfJ--h>.M ._^ ^
    Mm
    age the Rpnaissano T ,,
    Ezrahl is pr.sklent of Boston's branch of the Israeli parents of a 10-month-.'ld .u


    15, 1970
    U*lsllhrHirr
    Page 15-A
    ard Recipients To Receive Citizenship
    group of men and
    ousiy have boon
    ,,.... >. rvico to Israel
    jrde i a unique tribulo
    , : -:. .wide Israel In-
    \\w Dinner, to bo hold
    - of the Israel
    in at the Foh-
    I! Saturday eve-
    i [srael Bond chair-
    Albert has an-
    mo of the din-
    Ji rusalem," tin
    been recipients
    Award al
    i funi I ins
    ili s and syna-
    gogues, organization! and resi-
    dents <>f high-rise buildings, will
    ix' presented with certificates of
    honorary citizenship from the city
    of Jerusalem.
    Honorees of the Independence
    Day DlnntT will be Mr. and Mrs.
    lack s. Popick, who will be cited
    , s "Couple of the Year" in tin
    communal i Ffort in Israel's behalf.
    I Mr. Popick will be the recipient ol
    the Jerusal m Freedom Award;
    Mrs. Popick will re< ive the
    an ni Valor A i in ap-
    : i ciative n c .gnition I
    edicatcd sei\ic I
    thei th I mil ol
    Israel and the people of Israel." (
    The roster of community lead-
    era heading preparations for the
    dinner includes, in addjtloin to Mr.
    Albert. Dr. Irving Lehrman. who
    porves as chairman of the board
    of the Israel Bond Organization;
    Dr. Leon Kronisn, national vice
    .'haiiman; Samuel Frledland and
    l.odtiaril Rosen, honorary chair-
    men, and Sidney D. Ansin, Sam
    Blank, Jonas Brotman, Jacob C
    I 'ohen, Max I "oh< n, Marvin Coopei
    in Darsky, Harry Franki I.
    I avid J. Light Lou Poller,
    in and Mai-
    v. ;'. ntury T -
    . and Chairmi
    gat ion. and Sol Schreiber, Temple
    Judoa.
    Honorees at organizational af-
    fairs included Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Kilos..!. Labor Zionist -Farband
    ind Pioneer Women; Mr. and Mrs.
    Xa'inn Rozencwftlg, Miami Jewish
    Cuban community; Mrs. Alfred
    Stone, Mizrat'hi Women, and Mrs.
    Zclda Thau. Miami Beach Chapb i
    I Hadassah.
    Among those honored at events
    sponsored by residents of high-rise
    apartment buildings were Mr. and
    Mrs. George Mildwoff of Morton
    Towers I which was the first high
    rise building in the country to
    sponsor an Israel Bond dinner
    v ven years ago); Lawrence J.
    Aborman. Carriage House; Irving
    j Cypers, Arlen House; Matthew
    I Hartston, Belle Plaza; Harry Kim-
    ball, Coastal Towers; Mi-s. Rose
    Kopel, Plaza soo; Bill Leonard,
    Seacoasl Towers, and Nathan S.
    I Vlock, Beekman Towi rs
    jirist Office Director To
    lead Israel Promotion
    to the Israel
    Day Dim sued to
    .,-..:' i i Honorees of Israel
    have purcl .-.- d a
    i 10 in Israel 1 londs,
    ns an $10 per | rsi
    who -
    hall years as
    Isra I Go
    toi the
    een :
    i new positio
    r i.i 'ism.
    ; sit ion, Mr. Sho
    notion D
    - -. ins'tble for ill
    to Israel i xj
    i. who at th
    . ; 5 the As
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    re wish Flor idian
    Florida Friday. May 15, 1970
    Section B
    Sfflvcr Knights' Go To
    14 Outstanding Students
    Winners of the Miami Herald's High School, Speech; Gene Ja.-r.--s
    1970 Silver Knight Awards $200 Hunt, Jr., 17. of Miami Kii.an
    checks and silver-plated trophies i Senior High School, Industrial-
    I awarded in 14 separate categories Vocational; Gary Dana Kisenb-rg,
    )h Survey Reveals Employment
    gencies Are Still Discriminating
    Florida Office of the Anti-; tag the request for a White Pro-, which refused to handle the job
    hat ion League of B'nai B'rithj testant' secretary, said they were were polite but firm," said Alper.
    healed the results of a sur-] not supposed to handle such re-1 'Several said they were 'equal op-
    Iemployment agencies in the qu-.sts because of civil rights laws, portunity employers', the job ord-
    ^: Miami area which shows, but then carried right on taking er as stated violated the law, and
    host agencies willingly ac- j the jcb order anyway." ( they were not interested in han-
    t-criminatory job orders bar-j George Bernstein, Chairman of I dling it, one responded by saying,
    trsons from employment be-; ADL's Discriminations Committee, | We sell skills here, not race or
    (of their religion or race. I described comments by some of religion'."
    jo: ding to William Alper, I the employment agencies as "quite '
    nan of ADL's Florida Region-j revealing." J The details of the ADL inquiry
    aid. I-eague representatives Asked for a "White Protestant" nave betn forwarded to the U.S.
    ited a job placement sur-1 secretary, one agency represents- Equal Employment Opportunity Gables Senior High School, who
    hi 29 private employment' tive said, in accepting the order,' Commission, according to Arthur received the award for Drama;
    fie- and one office of the Flo- I know what you mean ... it Teite'.baum. ADL's Florida Re-
    were announced last week in
    ! ceremonies held in Dadc County
    Auditorium.
    The awards, made annually for
    I the past 12 years, go to Dade '
    ] County's outstanding high school
    students.
    The winners included Stever. |
    Mark Meyers, 17, of Miami Beach
    Senior High School, Journalism; I
    Arthur Carroll Fleischer, 17. of ,
    they were not interested n nan" Miami Killiaii High ^Schoo^ Sci- ;
    18. of Miami Beach Senior High
    School, Citizenship; Sara Lee
    Freedman, 17, Coral Gables Senior
    High School, Art, and Grace Eliz-
    abeth Drennan, 18, of Miami
    Springs Senior High School, For-
    eign Language.
    The three runners-up in each of
    the 14 categories received $50 and
    an engraved plaque.
    .nee; Clifford David Goaistone.is, Employment Agency To
    of Southwest Miami Senior High
    School. Social Science; Marron
    Ruth Smith, 17. Southwest Miami
    Senior High School, Music; An-
    toinette Willeta Silva. 17, Coral
    State Employment Service.
    Ig the Miami area, which
    full and part time secre-
    sounds like a nice office;" another gional Director. He noted the
    said, "It S against the law, but we EEOC is concerned with violations
    guarantee the person will meet ">f Title VII of the 19M Civil Rights
    Act, which specifically forbids em-
    ployment agencies from processing
    discriminatory job orders. ADL is
    also bringing the survey to the
    attention of Secretary of State
    Tom Adams, whose office licenses
    BURDINE'S
    The survey, a follow-up i >' your reouirements."
    Blar one done in 1987. was 'Code language" is apparently
    Ed to ascertain whether em- being used by some employment
    mt agencies would accept a lgencies to record the d:scrimina-
    mier expressing preference ,,,..v v.. -i^.-.tions of job orders.
    etary who is "Protestant, Walter Apfelbaum. Chairman ol
    Ifnlte." ADL's Fyecutive Committee, said,1 employment agencies.
    39 p-ivate employment "one agency representative told us-------------------------------
    s, J2 willingly accepted the ghe would be reminded Dot to send
    ler. "This reoresents some us anyone but a white Protestant |
    ment sine 19P7." sa'd V- by writing on the job order i
    when lOO'J of those private ,-...;" Vnfetbaum said the ir ">7!
    i< survi yed accepted thi- survey revealed widespread usag <
    1.1.- current situation i n coted job order to.ms designed
    the emolov- to hide discriminatory practices
    industry can be tn'elh-ium noted the ease with
    :" The Florida State Em- which the discriminatory job ord-
    Service was among th>> er9 wen piar, ,i wjt|, employment
    es which refused to hand> 1Rencies indicates there must b.'
    , numerous employers who continur
    n'.to place such orders with confi-
    o the employment anci. dence that they will be serviced.
    ted expressed contempt for The ADL had high praise for
    rights laws and flagrantly those employment agencies which
    rd?d them. A number o''. refused to acept the "White Pro-
    v representatives, upon hra--' testant" .job order. "The agene'es
    Also Paul Joseph Steinhardt. 17.
    Coral Gables Senior High School.
    General Scholarship; Marianne
    Ruth Oren, 17, Coral Gables Sen-
    ior High, English Literature:
    James William Stoeckel, 17, of
    Miami Killian Senior High School.
    Athletics; Linda Lee Pritikin, 18.
    Miami Beach Senior High School
    senior, Mathematics; Marjorie Ann
    Menzel, 17. Coral Gables Senioi
    Stop Its Discrimination
    NEW YORK (JTA) The
    City Commission on Human
    Rights has obtained the agree-
    ment of the All American Em-
    ployment Agency here not to
    discriminate against Ortho. >X
    Jews and other Sabbath obs- : -
    cis. The agency agreed to pay
    $52 in damages to Douglas L.
    ; Greener of Manhattan, who had
    , charged he had been reject 1
    for two editorial iwsitions. The
    agency also agreed to provide
    the Commission with the ap] li-
    cations it has processed in
    past three months.
    I. ii
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    agency
    ler.
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    lunior High Building To
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    new Junior high school annual scholarship dinner of the;
    |lng of the Greater Miami H Hi fcn w Academy and was feted in|
    Academy will be named
    mP^wfi
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    JACK ROSf.V
    ' Juil 19 J (J
    B ich civic and religious
    \' h i >' i m oH'm
    *r \r-,u\ my ,it the tim >!
    Ui l-'.st year. It will be
    m l'ine Tree Drivi ii
    St., from the main ranw '
    1 Beach school. Groun l
    thing ceremonies ha1 e be "
    ' Id for the morning of May
    nnouncement of the honor to
    Rosen, who was one of the
    "'< foremost spokesmen for
    ah Judaism and the State ol
    ' "' rle 'o nt*y hv 1
    orpsid -r. and R
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    ... i
    f.' M < f'.~ 1>
    i Rosen, drolrman of the

    ited with his br ither In
    lessful bus
    >',,. w ig the guest of
    " ui January, 19oi. at the 21st
    Miami Beech by State of Israel
    Bonds and Tent] le Menornh a few
    months before his sudden death.
    !.. mard R en, He m in L.
    Shaw nd Osc '' Schapiro are
    i fund raising c im-
    n i ,r $500,000 to build thi
    iv.' school, wh'ch will enable thi
    Hebi -w Academy I i xp in I fr
    ,.. .-, | i roTment of 70S etu-
    !, nts t i m -c than 1.000.
    Retahird, first v
    :,: dent of the sch ml and n
    nore th i
    S200I a' lj ha\ b
    in I irivi which opened last
    ; Rosen wa found* i
    . an tfl : th Tel Aviv ''
    , n Israel and of th I
    I Acad in E iltim
    n-.3 p. He also head d
    . the n-.
    ti ji for U schools.
    , T of the
    emergency Fund and
    . A; : eal.
    why are prices so low at
    Sardine's budget home store

    th

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    UNITED NATIONS (JTA>
    The United Nations Ambassa-
    dors cjf the Tinted States. Sovii I
    Russia, Britain and France, who
    are attempting to reach an
    , -reement on a Middle East -
    11. ment, met at the Soviet U.N.
    Mission for their 311 h meeting
    to rations began 13
    on ing to dip-
    lomark soui UtUe was ac-
    ,1 gh< 'i outs d ol bi I
    leputlcs back to their I
    oi drafting a n* morandum spell-
    ing ,, the Points of agreement
    and disagro ment.
    Prices are low because of minimum ove.head .
    volume purchases from top makers great re-
    ductions on floor samples and discontinued styles
    from our other stores. So you can shop and save at
    our Budget Home Store and buy name brands,
    too! All sales are final, nominal delivery charge.



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    9-Je**lstncrkUar
    Frid
    a.
    Douglas Gardens Is Beneficiary
    ^-^ .... ii____ 11 i -,4 nan inrc to i'illl>< U itll
    Th Jewish Home f rtU paaa another mUeatone with
    tru- i-rvation of a new medical-
    itnabilitativt' center ) tru- Home
    lor th- benefit of K> --'-' reaidta.
    is preaident, l... Rose, Jr.. has
    announced.
    facility ii lag. made poaat-
    l:. bj Hie p neroaity "f Mr. and
    Mrs Paul K. Gordon, who can*
    to Miami Beach ten yeara ago
    I i New York, when Mr Go -
    was a pron im nl corporation
    .. | ntil I']- n tin mi n1
    -, m man] an ai of civic
    philanthropi i I avor. Mr.
    ,. .,,,, ,. ., round i and truatee ol
    , sing) i: ..!. a trust
    tiandeis 1 has %
    ish d num law acti ilar-
    ,i Univi ratty ol Miami l.au
    \t ihe Horn "s rco nt
    Mi Goi l n v..i-
    , -.,-,, n> board ol di
    nti r, which
    rhi Hatt) S
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    ,- the Gold s ii irdcr to
    , 5 ihi resuk nts ol tru H
    th< uni si and m
    tative acrv-
    j. ussible.
    Th< w w fai ilitj which ill '
    Korth< -i Sec nd Avi nui. will bi -
    ,, iatric rvicv
    , i and ahowplace in keeping
    with the aln ad) i xteting bi auty
    0f Kias Gardi ns. It will hav<
    , than tw ki th< space ol lb*
    j r> si nl medical c ter. i itabUshed
    > ictoria Hospital
    Plans To Bebuild
    C.T. McCrimmon, adminlatratoi
    , | V k mi Hospital, announced
    II i construction ol a ST million
    - ..n-floor. :ton-imi ultra-modem
    h< spital t> replace the pre* tit fa-
    c'lities will h-Kin in December
    . building, which iii be eon-
    - icti I beat thi xisting boa-
    l ital at 930 NW 4th St., is expect-
    , d to !> compli d in 197.".. and
    w :'' lati r be surrounnV i. ,ii complex covering the entln
    I ck The project will coat an
    . i:i..it. Crimmon said.
    by the Hollywood Auxiliary 11
    years ago. The Increasing Infirmi-
    ties and m. dents, whose average age is K3.
    make tha IntenaiOcgtton and \-
    iansion of geriatne servaaH and
    s|h rl'nltfes a in (< s.sit>
    The wfcta range "i ipecialtiea
    and clinics offi n d to the real* nt
    without regard to ability to pay
    include interniat, ophthalmologist,
    list, i ardiologist, urologist,
    iati 1st, i'" un at logist i w
    odiaU ist.s for 'mix te t.'t i
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    provide a lull spectrum "i
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    and services to COpe with an in-
    i, feted inlation.
    The phyaical and occupational
    therapy programs will l expand-
    ,i simultaneously with the area-
    lion of the new mediae! center
    I'hrongli the ftirul-imsirnj efforts
    I thi- Greater M ami Auxiliary
    which obulned a total >f some
    tSO.0000, the Mollle and Sol Sll-
    wt-nar. PhyCiCal Tit. rapy Depart-
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    Ity adjacent t<> the medical
    ... nter I ed and bi
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    - mn !i in sin I i'''. iclll-
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    transtormation of the Home's Jun-
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    a professional occupational thera
    ' py program, canteen and Rift shop
    and slu Hind workshop program
    to provide, meaningful work and
    . ainitiK activity for the residents
    ihe .lunior Auxiliary has generat-
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    May 15. 1970
    fJtnist fkridian
    Page 3-B
    iscussion Group To
    [ear Katz, Liebman
    ,,i Arab-Israeli Reta-
    Pasi and Preaent" will
    , xamlned, probed and
    ii Kafi Stymour Litbman
    by Sejrmour B. Liebman
    chad Kiit/ at 8 p.m. Sun-
    It'. YM-VWHA or Greater
    R500 Sw 8'th St.. when
    k, ussion Group focuses on
    n aiioii of the 22nd Anni-
    .! Israel's Independence.
    f bman, a long time real-
    : ade County, is an author.
    and historian. His latest
    Jews in New Spain," was
    published this month by the Uni-
    versity of Miami Pn ss. The result
    ,l almost si ven years ol intensive
    i m arch in the archives of Spain,
    Portugal Holland, Mexico and
    P< i u, ii covers a 200-year period
    i Jewish lii<' in the New World
    never before the subject of schol-
    .1) ly stud]
    Book critic for the Miami Her-
    ald and The Jewish Foridian, he
    has received grants for research
    from the American Philosophical
    Society, the Mi mortal Foundation
    for Jewish Culture and the Henry
    f- Huntington Library and has
    v rittcn articles for the major his-
    torical journals. His book. "The
    I.nlightencd." was acclaimed in
    the American Historical Review.
    Mr, Katz, .whose family was pio-
    neering the land of Israel nearly
    200 years ago. is the Israeli Com-
    munity Youth Consultant for the
    Greater Miami area. He has his
    headquarters at the 'Y', which is
    the center for many teen and
    young adult activities for the en-
    tire community, and coordinates a
    multitude of programs.
    {Italian
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    aghetti Dinner with
    atless mushroom
    ^ ice and grated cheese.
    Mr. Katz provides detailed in-
    formation on matters pertaining
    t > Israel as well as advice ami In-
    struction to teenagers and adults
    of the South Florida area. He lec-
    tures to high school students, and
    lecently was co-leader of the Y's
    last tour to Israel. His activities
    ire sponsored by the American
    Zionist Youth Foundation in co-
    operation with the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation and the YM-
    VWIIA of Greater Miami.
    American Zionists
    Sot Up Federation
    NEW YORK IWNSl The
    American Zionist Federation or-
    ganized In February to ad and
    speak in b< hall >>i a unifii d
    U.S. Zionist movement encom-
    passing 13 American Zionist
    organizations and 10 Zionist
    Youth movements will be set up
    formally at a founding conven-
    tion In Philadelphia May 28-31,
    attendi d by l.ooo di legates rep-
    resenting 70i.(i(i(i American Zi-
    etlists.
    The move was made in re-
    sponse to a World Zionist plan
    Which called for central Zionist
    bodies in all nations to better
    represent and carry out Zionist
    activities in such areas as public
    information. Jewish education
    and aliyah.
    The 13 adult Zionist organiza-
    tions founding the Federation
    and participating in the con-
    vention are Americans for Pro-
    gressive Israel. Amei lean Jewish
    League for Israel. Association
    of Americans and Canadians for
    . Aliyah, Bnai Zion, Farband, Ha-
    dassah, Pioneer Women, Poalci
    Zion. Religious Zionists of Amer-
    ica (including Hapoel Hamiz-
    rachl Women and Mizrachi
    Womeni. United Zionists-Revis-
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    ist Organization of America.
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    Morris Newmark, (center) displays the International Israel
    Kupat Holim Medal of Honor at the Fontainbleau Hotel
    luncheon sponsored in his honor by the Israel Histadrut
    Council of South Florida. Looking on are Dr. Leon Kronish,
    national chairman of the board of the Histadrut Foundation,
    and David Gazith of Israel, foreign relations ofiicer of Kupat
    Holim, (left) Mrs. Newmark and Edward Tumaroff, Florida
    regional director of Histadrut (right). Miami Beach hotel
    owners and operators who have aided Histadrut also were
    feted at the luncheon.
    Return Of Books Tp Library Asked
    Participating Zionist Youth
    movements Include Betar, Bnei
    Akiva. Dror, Hamagshimim,
    Hashachar, Hashomer Hat/air.
    Ichud Habonim, Masada, Miz-
    rachi Harzairand Noar Mizrachi.
    Mrs. Anna It. Sintovv, librarian,
    urges persons who have borrowed
    books from the C\ ntral Jewish Li-
    hrary of the Bureau of Jewish
    Education to return them during
    the IK M two weeks to the library.
    located at 940 Lincoln Ril.. Miami
    Beach, which will close for the
    summer on June 15.
    A cultural resource for rabbis.
    teachers ami scholars in the area.
    1 the library contains more than
    1-1.000 volumes in Hebrew, Yiddish
    Bnd English, and is used by more
    i ihan 1,000 persons in the Greater
    I Miami Jewish community.
    Mrs. Joseph Dnntov is chairman
    of the Library Committee-; mem-
    bers include Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
    \below, Dr. Sigmund Fogler,
    Rabbi Morns Kipper. Mrs. David
    Muskat, Mrs. Sintovv. Dr. Isaac
    Unterman and Mrs. Henry B.
    Wernick.
    B. B. Women Meet
    North Shore Chapter. B'nal
    B'rith Women, will hold its last
    general meeting of the season in
    the Washington Federal at 1133
    Normandy Dr., Miami Beach at
    12:30 p.m. Monday.
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    Enrollment Drive Begins At T

    drive to enroll DM* members
    in!, under way at tin Y
    iioccnhng to an announcement by
    Dr. William Levin, chairman of
    i i Membership Committee.
    Working with Dr. Levin on the
    ut,, arc Mr. and Mrs. Sai
    ner, Jtry" W*n#-r. Dr. "Wtrrf
    Ronald GeUea, Mr. and Mm
    !' -rt I.achman. Al Letter, Mr.
    ; Mrs. Ed Lustlg, Mrs. Arthur
    Mr and Mrs Jack Staric-
    Mra Ben Ston Jacob Mai :,
    Skim Rudgin and Mr. and
    Lee Shapiro.
    Li \ in ncouragi d nil mem-
    i of the Y' to gel behind
    ; .v nd enroll new mi ml
    V [j 01 where |
    ind i can
    . ; Dr. Lcvii
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    bera renew theli i
    i ffoil a gala I >pen Ho a I "aj
    \ i- bekl al tin Y' on Sund ty.
    . 24. Ilembi r families will be
    frei to bring their friends and
    tivea as guests t<> use tlu fa-
    , ties and obaer\-e the Y In
    a n.
    i ven-week program In Israel
    i American Jewish drama itu-
    i --is scheduled to take
    tl summer, according to Michael
    / Katz, Israeli Community Youth
    i sultant
    k pilot project i ntitled "Thea-
    1 of Tw,. Worlds" is geared to
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    Rabbi kipper Installs
    Sisterhood Officers
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    ents Culminate Year For
    (ami Chapter of Hadassah
    Chapter of Hadassah
    ire looking forward t>
    L-ity-8tudd%d week when
    or rewards activities Ret
    swing Ma\ 17.
    | events are the culmination
    ir's work for various pro*
    the Hadassah Hebrew
    ly Medical Center at Kin
    Ueruialem, the return of
    |.u- Hospital and Youth
    which heirs resettle and
    ite youngsters fiom al'
    world.
    than seven hundred mem-
    \ lew "Passport t:> Pro-
    Mi original musical narra-
    Itten o> M.s. Aitiiur S.h-
    i ,-:s the clory that is Is-
    ::> meaning to every Jew
    1 the world. Fl-M-u'a R ion's
    gelVivood Habima Players
    Bt the show at the Donor
    Luncheon M ly 17 at the
    Hotel. 11 :TX) a.m. The
    Mrs. Fred IVumentha'
    rt Berman. Mrs Monroe
    PArs. Morton Ba' ck. Mrs.
    harf. Tlie Pianist: Mrs.
    love. All donor re a oMited at the luncheon
    Id in the Napoleon Room.
    \ JacobGon is luncheon
    .: .-lrs. Arthur HershJjorg
    is chamis chairman.
    Still to come on May 2.1 and 24
    li ''' Donor Rewards Weekend
    which also will be he'.J at the
    Deauvillc Recipients and their
    husbands will enjoy dinner and a
    show Saturday evening and break-
    fast Sunday morning. Coffee am'
    cake will be served in the Hadas-
    sah Hospitality Room while mem-
    bers are "waiting assignment to
    rooms. Mrs. William Parker js
    lonor weekend chairman; dono'
    records chairman is Mrs. Robert
    ^rhveitzer.
    Rabbi Morris Kipper will install
    the new officers of Temple Judea's
    Sisterhood at an installation and
    luncheon in the temple's social
    nail at 11.30 a.m. Wednesday.
    : Officers taking up their duties are
    Fciqe 5-B Mm Julius Beaiman, president;
    Mrs. Leon Henry, Mrs. Sheldon
    Paliey, Mrs. Clifford Marks, Mrs.
    Stanley Bulbin and Mrs. Harvey
    Mi lir, vice presidents; Mrs. Nor-
    man Spitzer. Mrs. Stanley Fessel
    and Mrs. Jack Kydeniz, secre-
    taries; Mrs. Bernard Yesner,
    treasurer; Mrs. Fred Witkoff, his-
    torian, and Mrs. Richard Horwich,
    parliamentarian.
    Mrs. Marvin Levin. Mis. Sey-
    mour Schulner, Mrs. Richard Hor- i
    ..icn arm .viis. Manuel Serkin are1
    serving as cochairmin of the
    event.
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    , Mrs. Jerome Rado has*jeen re
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    ! year as president of the Sistei
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    er Miami. She and her other o'
    iicers will be installed nt i
    luncheon at the Temple at noo.
    Wednesday.
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    Accent On Youth Night
    Coral Gables Chapter, t> nai j -
    B'rith Women, will present "Ac- ., i i II
    cent on Youth Night," Tuesday at Harmony Chapter fnsfalis
    their monthly meeting in Hillel Harmony Chapter 1016. B'nai
    House on the University of Miami I B'rith Women, installed its new
    campus. Mrs. David Sachs, district j officers this week at a meeting
    chairman of the Anti-Defamation held in the Doral Beach Hotel.
    Some of the delegates attending the 1970 Hadassah Florid-
    Region Annual Conference in St. Petersburg were (fro.T.
    left) Mrs. Joseph Milton; Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Florida Re-
    gion president; Mrs. High Salpeter, national advisor to
    the Conference; Mrs. Samuel Steinberg; Mrs. Morris Her-
    man, incoming Miami Chapter president. Chapter of the
    Year award went to the Miami Chapter; Group of the Yec:
    Award went to Aviva, one of the eighteen groups in th?
    Miami Chapter. ____
    League, will present the chapter's
    annual Science Awards to Carol
    Crook. 11171 SW 61st Ser., and
    Philip Tomczyk. 6723 Sunset Dr..
    both of whom are Southwest Mi-
    mi High School students.
    Mrs. Morton Arno, installation
    officer, presided as Mrs. Sylvia
    dents Esther Schwartz, Ruth
    Washton and Minnie Cohen, finan-
    cial secretary, Flo Lederman. re-
    cording secretary, Esther Ginsberg,
    treasurer, Mollie Rosenthal ana
    fiernicc Laibson, counselor, took
    up their new duties. Mrs. Laibson
    Michaelson, president, vice presi-' served as chairman of the da;.

    13th Annual Luncheon
    The 13th annual donor luncheon
    >f the Sisterhood of Coneregation
    B'nal Raphael of North Dade will
    be held at noon Sunday in the
    Hotel Plaza, Miami Beach. Some
    , ';00 members and guests are ex-
    it cted to attend the Sisterhood's
    Bat Mitzvah" celebration. Mrs.
    Kenneth Greenberg and Mrs. Hy
    Greenspan are cochairmen of the
    ; lonor committee.
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    faqe 6-B
    > knist nrrtdinr
    Frid
    .
    Baron deHirsch -Meyer (right
    acc?p!s a plaque !r"n Max
    Ororitx, chairman cf the bo
    c: Mount S nni Hospitcl, ex
    --inn th* Institution's trrati
    - tor Meyer's service in three
    yeai is il mt. Mr. M
    er. who re'ired from th? Mount
    Sinoi helm at its annual mee*
    turned ever the reins o!
    leadership to Samuel Fried-
    Happenings
    Th.- MMit;il llratth Af*ta
    tion of Dade Cossrtj will spon-
    . .. ,-. Hxperv iiri' m Prejudice
    run" ..i 7:30 p.m. Tu. s-
    rlaj In Garret Hall, Holy Com-
    r Episcopal ChUTCO :it ISO
    SW 13th K\i moderated by l>r.
    I>a\ii1 KolhtiilHTK-
    LaiTj K;ni*r, coordinator ol
    ...... r>'K w 'vi mi .it Miami-
    Padt' Junior College, has b
    elected to th ""acuity Senate
    organization "i about 30
    inisti atoi i
    -,l: on such iss k i- ta iries,
    coll gi i o ii j ai d hii ins ";! "-
    - H( has |'i i '. ioUS-
    l> s. rved on thi Facultj Sen t<
    df ihi North Campus and is i
    mber ol tin in Asso-
    rial ion of 1 ly Pi >! h i
    : the Miami-Dade Junior Col-
    l Kr Appeals 'ommHtee foi
    , ..Ilil. li

    Miami Public l.ilirarx
    Ux ati d its Foreign Lan-
    Young Adult
    Room .n ordei to bett i n n i
    eeds ol ibe people ol this
    .i The For itm I W-
    .- ow on the first floor
    of th< main library; the Youiir
    lull Room is on the second
    floor.
    II. Steward < onklln, -lr..
    b i n named vice president ol
    Jilt. r>nn Bancorp, inc., newly-
    registered bank holding ci i
    pai > 'hat will aequln th. stock
    of Jeffi Nati mal Bank ol
    Eh nil ai 'I Ji fferson N i-
    tioi al Hank at Sunn) Isles if the
    m i v app) ove.

    Miami Beai-h Bealat llicii
    BehooPa ClSM "l IS Is holding
    25th annual reunion at thr
    Si ville Hotel beginning at 7 p.m
    Saturday, May '.'0. Persons wish
    log further Information should
    contact Dr. stanl-\ Joaaa.
    THE
    ROOSEVELT
    5CHOOL
    Shippjn fmint 5tm(o. J Conn
    Phon- (203) MS-ttSl
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      Jewisti Ttorklfar
      Page 7-B
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      Douglas Gardens elected 12 new members
      to the board at its recent 24th annual meet-
      ing. They included, from left (seated) Stephen
      Corner, Hap Levy, Judge Irving Cypen, who
      was chairman of the nominating committee.
      Al Ossip and Melvin Richardson; (standing)
      Lawrence Silverman, Elliott Denner, Benja-
      min Cypen, Hal Spaat, Stephen Cypen and
      Arthur Shandlofi.
      Board Elects Dr. Dennis
      To Head New Day School
      The election of J< 1 B. Dennis,
      M.D.. an orthopi die surgei n and
      active communit; leader, to servi
      i< president ol the newly <
      nlzcd Hillel Communitj Day
      Schoo'. has dcm n announced by its
      board <>t din ctors.
      Dr. Dennis, a past membt ol
      ii. \\\ Torah Congregation's board
      I dir< "is. is cum ntly serving
      in the board ol directors al Young
      fsrael Synagogue. Dr. l>- nnis will
      i, assist!d by Mis. Eli anor Cal-
      ii i nson, vice pn sident; Morton
      kernel, secretary, and Ted Lerner,
      treasurer.
      The school, which is designed to
      ,i rve the ne< ds <{ till segrni nts ol
      .., wish llfi. will off) r a complete
      >"d tally accxedited program ol
      secular Btudies as wi 11 as a cut -
      , eulum <>f Hi brtw studies for
      n from first through sixth
      rade, Dr. Dennis announced.
      A Rabbinical Advisory Board,
      ompristd ot the spiritual leaders
      ufnine cooperating congregations,
      .i,,s been formi d to assist In giving
      direction to the new educational
      institution..
      Saul J. Morgan, builder-de-
      veloper of the S300 million con
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      Pcca 8-B
      May 9 Ceremony Makes Lois E. Varat
      Donald Howard Schenklers Bride
      +J&ist Fhrktian
      FridaT. Hlyl
      ?lm Varat necame the
      of Donald Howard Schenk-
      MBS. DON AID SCHCNKLIR
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      8:30 i in ceremonies con-
      led by Kal.lii Sol I.andan at
      Doral Country Club on Satur-
      May 9.
      Mrs. Morton Varat of 74 Bay
      Helghta Dr.. is the granddaughter
      a" Mr and Mrs. Jack Varat. Mrs. '
      Ma Barsel and Mrs Anna Tobaek.
      ii a graduate "' Coral Gtblas,;
      lor High School and has at-
      t oded the University of Miami :
      m*u\ N--v\ Vi.rk University
      om, whose parents
      an Mr. and Mrs. William Schenk-
      "u r ot the Bronx. N v is a gradu-
      . i >| th Fashion Institute of
      :i. log] and h is I me a tour of
      . with the U S. Army. He is
      iyi 11 by Gallery
      Printing Co
      For hi i wi dding the bi
      i cted a floor-length 'own ol Al-
      and silk illusion with
      pearl trim and cathedral
      Shi n as att< nded by Mrs
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      bridesmaids Mrs Harvej Wiener,
      - i 'ai I Ri itei. Ah Badanea.
      ; Lnda Solomon, Judy Tobaek and
      < "in .- Gabor, and Gina Sidney,
      I flower girl. Harvej Weiner served
      , the groom as U'st man: ushers
      included Andy Varat, RoU-rt Sid-
      ney, Eddie Siegel, Alan Goldstein,
      Merrill I.amb and Steve Tuchman. i
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      After a wedding ttip to S[>ain.
      Portugal and Great Britain, the
      newlyweds will make their home
      rue bride, daughter of Mr. an i in Riverdale, N.Y.
      Present when comedian Henny Youngman
      and his wile celebrated their 42nd anniver-
      sary with a dinner party at the Camelot
      were from left (standing) Mrs. David Raab.
      Hennv. Mrs. Youngman. Rabbi Dartil
      Mrs. Harry Foster. Harry Foster;
      Mr. and Mrs. Mel Saxon.
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      May 15, 1970
      b^UUFfrrkfian
      Page 9-B
      Halpern's
      ty Attends Her
      ing In Chicago
      H.ilnern and Larry A.
      repeated thoir marriage
      a Chicago ceremony held.
      April 19. A dinner for f
      nximatrlv 100 fi iends and ,
      I ri sin! followed the rites
      onth Shore View Hotel.
      s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
      fllilporn. her brother, Paul,
      sister ami brother-in-law,
      Mrs. No! man Lleberman,
      ifeom live In Miami, went
      to attend the event.
      tide is presi ntly employed
      is ; stitute of Tech-
      Her husband, the son of
      Mrs. Louis Latman of
      i-. in the computer pro-
      lll:: field.
      Ii : Mrs. Latman will be
      in Chicago.
      Bertha Makovsky Receives
      Degree From Barry College
      Bertha Makovsky, wife of D;-.
      Invin H. Makovsky of 3414 Pari-
      lie Ave., Miami Beach, a Hom
      m '' vvK
      l**

      RiaW i
      m*J
      Exercises in the college auditorium
      IT.
      M Makovsky began her stu-
      Uuii: four yeurs ao w'
      p'ans i : Th>r ipeutic Dietitian
      She and Dr. Mak v. kj < me to
      ii, 1945. Their rHnirhter
      !' ri' i, who is the mother of
      :: i and Mark. 11. is thi
      i Ral ii Arthur Schneier of Park
      - ;:i iu New v.' k. Tho
      leys' in R Miami
      born presently at) nds Einstein
      ol M Heine In New York.
      !>: M :' vskj who was c m-
      cl in has been practicing
      phjsi -i in In Min ni since 1946, is
      vice pn (i ni ol B 'th Isr i< I Con-
      greiation; Mrs. Makovsky belongs
      to H iss ih, The H tor w Aca-
      ". mi n, Mt. Sinal Hospll il
      W imen's Auxiliary and Garden
      C!u!'. St Fi incis H>s]>it :1 Wo-
      Auxi'.iary, out. and Ohoki
      Torah.
      Card-Games Party Set
      Lincoln Chapter 1288. B'nai
      B'lith Women, will hold a card-
      I panics partv in the Club Room at
      Economics major, will receive her 1QQ Linc0|n Rd. Wednesday at
      Bachelor of Science degree at the] 12:30 p.m. Door prizes and re-
      Barry College Commencement; .icshments will be featured.
      Ben Bassat. 23 year-old
      Israel Airlines ground
      ct Led International
      :n Israel, won the till?
      World Airport 1970"
      |c:n!est held in London
      this month. A native Is-
      she was chosen from
      16 contestants in a con-
      promoted by Universal
      makers oi the film, "Air
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      Sheryl Markotcitz'
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      Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Markowitz
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      Sheryl. to Gary Smiles, the son of
      Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smiles, 3510
      SW 20th St.
      The bi Id lect. who prei
      is emoloyed as a legal Becretary
      i;i Miami, gra luati d from Coral
      Park Si nior High School. She hat
      served m~ president and governor
      f th i itive Education Club
      .ill ; nty.
      A -rad t Coral Gables Sen-
      [' r High S ;hool. Mr. Sn Hi is a
      al the University of Miami.
      Irom which he expects to receive
      his legree ii Jai nary,
      i Afternoon On Broadway
      Members and guests of Hadar
      Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Or-
      ganization ot America will be
      treated to "An Afternoon on
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      Babette I lira. Leoi Ackerman has i m
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      M.l OYJC8 THE MAGA/INK WITH
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      In Mi. Women's Division American Tech-
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      in the Department t Psychiatry at the Uni-
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      GOING STRONG
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      Mrs. Sam Levin it Temple lvth Sholom Aunt
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      eil in one ol the n i ent iasui
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      L'niversit) u I i- the son of l'-t ind Martha
      Heller Pete is a PR man here in Miami; wond-
      er if li<' w riti poetrj. too.
      J-mnct JL^elt
      III.HI
      V hile Owe Sabbath Sel
      In cooperation with the Friends
      the National FederatlOB of th.-
      I ind, Rabbi Milton SHilinsky has
      i flared Friday evening to b'
      Cane Week Sabbath at
      ; mple Adath Y.-shurun. The K
      i < is being taki'ii in order to
      > us the congresaMon'a attention
      Whit. Cam Week. eetablaabad
      1947 by the National Federation
      < t.i. Blind, and point up tin ;
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      *J*nisfi ftcrkfian
      Page 11-B
      in Kneseth Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach was re-
      ieled six years ago, the original plans called for a me-
      jh to adorn the front of the synagogue. This has now
      achieved through the generosity of Mrs. Frances
      in, one of the most dedicated friends of Kneseth Israel.
      a former president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Ullian donat-
      Ithe menorah (candelabrum) which now adorns and
      ^ts the front of the synagogue. Formal presentation was
      ie recently in the synagogue to Milton Kahn. president,
      Rabbi David Lehrfield.
      SUMMER COURSE
      IN
      Classical BALLET
      A six weeks concenlrated course in
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      Friday, starting June 1 5 July 24.
      The Advanced Senior class will include
      Variations from the standard repertoire.
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      Beth Sholom Installs
      Eli Katzin President
      Miami Beach business ind re-
      ligious lender Eli Katzin, the new
      i"i sidenl ol ; iv Ie B< th Snol >m
      will lake office during the syna-
      gogue's annual congregational
      meeting Saturdaj n'srnl in the Beth
      Sholom Social Had, 4144 Chaw
      Aw.
      The business session at s p.m
      will be foil iwc I bj i cocktail re-
      n, i"ii' 'i i ninmenl pro
      nnri gourmel ;'ip;i :-. Dr. I hi
      Kro h has h n rabbi of the
      M.ami Beach temple since 1944.
      M Katzin siu'ce Is Jd '< M.
      Pink, a Miami Beach attorney, us
      president. Mr. Fink w II aa
      the [) ..-i ol m : ary president.
      i lining l:!l s "' t&* ':' Shi pai I
      Broad, Leon .1. Ell, J ick M. Kink.
      '! n y Ai ib ir i Jre nb rg, .1 hn
      S rl in, L iuis :' Sn 'man and
      '.'. Iph Spero in th I po^itiiin.
      !' i its elect el
      included Sidn y 1 >. Ansin .1 ick A
      I' mtor, 1- id ir E. Hechl i I
      i 'h i '- Sil\ "- Selected as \ i"e
      p esidents a 'e J >ni s Bi ol n in
      Mai \ in i" i ii er, I >avid Miller and
      Harold Zinn.
      The -"ii of a rabb Mr. Kat sin
      is past p. i ddent o( the Winsto i
      Salem, N.C. Lod?e of B'nai B'rith,
      former president of T mpli
      Emanuel in that citj and was an
      officer or director in North Caro-
      lina of such organizations as th
      American Jewish Com nittee, Anti-
      Defamation League, Board ol
      Education and Chamber of Com'
      merce. At Beth Sholom. he has
      served as a vice president, chair-
      1 man ol the T< mplc board of educa-
      tion, secretary of the congrcga^
      ' tion and as chairman of the re-
      ligious activities committee.
      Other officers elected include
      Philip Postelnek, treasurer; Harry
      R. Smith, financial secretary; an1
      I James S. Knopke, general secre-
      Golo log B'omer Scheduled
      j ,\ day of festivities for the chil- I
      dri n ol Oholei Torah Day School
      on Lag B'omer will be initiated by
      I a |> aci fill parade in support of
      Shabbos, Kashruth and Torah.
      The children will marcri, carrying
      the signs, i lore boarding school
      buses for an outing and picnic.
      i'h' school's principal, Rabbi I.ip-
      bkar, said. The pro-ram is de-
      signed to add to the joy and fes-
      tivity of the holiday, he said.
      Wometco Theatres
      tat j Honoi u > trustees who will i
      lake office include Sidney l> An-1
      sin, Hurry Dinnerstein; Paul R.]
      Gordon, Maury Olinick, Dr. Alex*
      inder Robbins, [rving Rothman,
      rider Rubin, Dr. Norman
      I'.u.ss and Simon Wol I
      Directors t" take office
      Jack A Abbott, Morris CooperjJ
      Abe <" Fine, Gary Gerson, i).-.I
      R : Jaffe, Robert Rosen, Ho-
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      J. Ell, Frank Kameh, Dr. l. <
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      nor, l! ir ilri I It n ff, ii > In H
      K n. Alvin B. Lowe, Morry B
      -. Benjamin Rimer, Philip|
      i: .- >nberg and Jack Shapiro.
      Te nple Beth Sholom is th
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      The Hon. John V. Lindsay, Ma;-
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      been named the recipient :'
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      20701 S.W. Allapattah Road. Cutler Ridge
      235-1451
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      140 N.E. 160th St.. Miami 949-5441
      DEAN MARTIN'S ITALIAN
      AMERICAN RESTAURANT
      18S0-79th St. Causeway. No. Bay Village
      MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
      1901 N.E 168th St.. No. Miami Beach 949-4004
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      3340 N.W. 73rd St.. Miami633-9001
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      1242 N.E. 163rd St.. No. Miami Beach 947-4911
      MICHElSOtrS HOUSE Of TROPHIES
      30 N.E. 54th Street-754-4381
      PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON
      1637 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach538-1665
      PESTONIT FLOWERS
      129 S.W. 12th Avenue
      RUBEY-WEST0N, USED FURNITURE
      3801 Bird Road, Miami
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      21C1 Coral Way. Miami 448-47W
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      8288 Biscayne Blvd. 7510631
      SHAW & BURDICK
      1245 N.W. 21st Street
      SUNSHINE POOLS, INC. (Ben Sirkus)
      2801 N.W. 22nd Avenue 635-5509
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      20 Southeast 3rd Ave, N'.-
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      9448 Harding Avenue. Su::s:cir
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      153 N.E. 1st St., Miami 374-4733
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      3434 West Flagler. Miami 4-.*W
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      23 N.E. 25th St.. Miami
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      3142 Coral Way. Miami 448-4130
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      May 15, 1970
      ^JenistifhridHan
      Page 13-B
      ','W*W'W*W*W*W*W*W*W
      Mifyuak
      he son of Mr. and Mrs.
      ,,!, will become Bar
      Temple MondBih^on A
      May 16. with Rabbi
      o [tz officiating.
      ;, student at Nautilus
      h School, where he is
      nth frade.
      I u, i.l be honored at
      in i hi' social hall foi-
      -. 1AICIS.
      David Baker
      Jerry Leibow
      tori Solomon
      Stuart Sloban
      Robert Miller
      JMPontlac Expands Its Services Facility After Just 1 Month
      kM>! SI E A( OBI
      - daughter of Mr. and
      an Jacobi, 8450 SW 48th
      Hat Mitzvah dur-
      si i \ ices Saturday,
      Temple Zion, where
      i d on the b ai I
      i i tour years.
      ,-enth b
      I, s .liii..'ii High School
      h irus.
      : v. :. Id Satur-
      ii ihe Ja< I home in
      : brant Among the
      be her grandparents,
      S. I. Karen and Mrs.
      I'll ART SLOBAN
      May 16. Stuart Alan.
      Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
      North Miami Beach,
      ate his Bar Mitzvah dur-
      i g woi ship services
      ah Congregation.
      i m .it John F. Kennedy
      I. :i School, Stuart plans
      lui his Jewish education at
      b.,1 Wolk Religious School,
      has attended for several
      's parents will host a re-
      in Ins honor in the Fried-
      Arooih of Temple Emanu-
      Jii Beach,
      those who will bo pret-
      |p him celebrate the OC-
      Mr. and Mrs. Howard I
      )l Cleveland, arid Mr. and
      [iJu.un J^ndau of Dayton,
      and Mrs. Herman Sa-
      anston. III.; Mr. and Mrs.
      [lack of Los Angeles, Calif.:
      i n C'hesler of New York
      and Mrs. Nathaniel Hill
      Beach, and Mr. and Mrs.
      Goldberg of Sarasota.
      M NE TAI.ANSKY
      ilayer Abramowitz will
      when June, the daughter
      i"l Mrs. Frank Talansky
      : Beach, becomes a Bat
      ,.i 8 p.m. Friday. May 15.
      atti nds Nautilus Junior
      ihool, while she is in the
      ide.
      I ant's parents will host
      in her honor at their
      [o ci l, hi ate the occasion.
      DAVID KKVl.s
      Harry, th s,, of Dr. and
      K< y< <. 1241 SW 86th
      I* come Bar Mit/vah dur-
      '. 1:15 a.m. sen Ices at
      Jadia ol > ira Gal les oi
      Maj 16.
      .... ,:, honor student
      l.ami Junior High School,
      i I ill continue his re-
      ation through Confir-
      Ti mple Judi a.
      maternal al grand-
      Si ib of Mian
      the relativi s help-
      c. casion.
      t father, B< n Helfi
      H' : i moth r
      F .! Ibaum o( New York,
      lives from N< York
      i cticul w ill a'.se be
      i iests
      :-.:; ICY LEIBOW
      Robin, the son of Albert
      OW, 110 SW 30th Rd.. and
      Annette LelDOW, will eele-
      is Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
      p. at Beth David Congrega-
      is in the fifth Hebrew
      it Beth David, and plays
      in the band at Snenan-
      unior High School, where he
      fie seventh grade.
      celebrant will be honored
      uneheon to be held in his
      Imong the guests will be
      mdparenu, Mr. and Mrs.
      Randi Jacobi June Talansky
      .Ma1.lie.' Relniefol Miami Beach.
      I.ORI SOLOMON
      Lorl I-: 11. n, rUftfth'tpr of Mr. and
      .1 Sol m on will be
      I to thi forah t a Bal
      i-ah dui ing th worsh > seivi
      .< Saturday morn-
      May 16.
      '1 he vi \> bran! afli nds Ponce de
      i, on .' ...ior High School, where
      she is a .- vi nth grade student.
      I.ori's sister, Paula, a student at
      the University oi Florida, and her
      brother, Gary, who is enrolled at
      j the University oi Georgia, will l>e
      present t<> help her celebrate the
      iccasion. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
      Ruby and Mrs. Harriet Pilton of
      Jacksonville, Mrs. T. P. Solomon
      ol Columbia. S.C, Mr. and Mrs.
      Sam LeVine and Mr. and Mrs.
      Harry Binder ol Columbus, Ohio,
      ,.iil also !>< among the guests.
      Less than 30 days after opening .
      its $-' million facility at the cor-
      ner (f Sheridan Strict and Routi
      141 In Hollywood, JMPontlac is
      planning a 65,000 s \. ft, addition'
      which will increase its present 56
      service bays to 118, Jim Moran, |
      resident of the General Motors,
      leal< i ship, has announced.
      I acts for the additional fa-
      ll i built on land
      : tu thi agency, have al-
      txady been I t, Mr. Moran said,
      and e nstruction will be hastened
      becausi the service lays are al-
      ready working .it capacity.
      JMPontiac's opening debut drew
      more than 15.000 persons in three
      days. The agency is setting a rec-
      ird pace in the face of a receding
      'auto market. Mr. Moran reported.
      "The key to our large turnover of
      ears is oour exclusive JM extras,
      coupled with competitive pricing.
      Our innovations make it possible
      For us I i offer the Pontiae buyer
      a total program that cannot be
      matched by dealers who think of
      the ear buyer as a horse trader.
      "Our exclusive JMPontlac one-
      year warranty in addition to the
      regular CM warranty, unmatchi
      si rvlce facilities, c invent* nt l ca-
      tion and outstanding product all
      combine to result in retail sales
      . nd service volume far surpassing
      " Mr. Moran said. The
      ompan slogan is "JMPontlac
      .e-inv nts the auto dealership."
      STEPHANIE SADLOFSKV
      At 8:15 p.m. Friday, May l~>. In
      the mam sanctuary of TempleNer
      iTamid, Stephanie Fein, daughter
      : Mr and Mrs. Alex Sadlofsky,
      will be Bat Mit/vah.
      Stephanie is a student at Nau-
      tilus Junior High School and at-
      lei.ds Ni r Tamid's religious school.
      The ci lebrant will !> honored at
      the Oneg Shabbat following the
      ' services and a reception will be
      held during the week at Runaway
      Bay I'lub for Stephanie's friends.
      Among lite honored guests at
      Ihe festivities will be Stephanii 's
      i- ateroal grandparents, Mr. and
      Mis. Sam Berger ol Miami Beach.
      Installation, Dedication
      Ceremonies At Or Olom
      Exterior view of the S2 million JMPontiac sales and service
      facility opened last month at the corner of Sheridan Street
      and U.S. 441 in Hollywood. Landscape was designed by
      L. Thomas Chancey._______________________
      Flagler's Season
      Off To Fast Start
      ROBERT MILLER
      Robert Brue.'. the son of Mr.
      ,r ,i Mrs Herbert I). Miller. 13250
      Arch Creek Ter., Keystone Island,
      will I Bar Mitzvah at 8:45 a.m.
      Saturday, May 16, In Temple Ner
      id's mam sanctuary.
      A student at Ner Tamid Re-
      ,,,s School Robert is an honor
      student at North Miami Junior
      . School, where he Is on the
      I ;i. .. |ist, ai won Award of Ex-
      cellence in the Science Fair. In
      spite of his age, Robert was in-
      . v,,,,j ,., be a gui st sp aker at the
      Rotarj Cl s i. ci nt lunch on in
      Hare mr and has been ex-
      i i,i, d full m Jh in the As-
      iati .,. ida Poets. He won
      first pri/i i th Grad > S. h ioI di-
      , si ,| of Hi >' Larlmore-
      ; r poetrj V- sth i
      . iu i w*U follow thi serv-
      ices and a reo w,n
      his hor ir Sal irday
      thi Cotillion Itoom ol
      [he 1 lit.!.
      Hclpin Roberl to cc l< brate the
      Mr and s. William I. Saffii ol
      ,. ,, Apartments,
      i [arbour.
      Temple Or Olom will hold a
      triple installation and dedication
      at 9 p.m. Saturday, installing the
      board of din etuis and officers of
      the Temple. Brotherhood and Sis-
      terhood, and formally dedicating
      the Jerry Himmelfarh Memorial
      Library, named for one of the
      T< mple's most dedicated workers.
      Rabbi Rali-h Glixman will offi-
      ciate at the ceremonies during
      whieh Dr. Stanley Eder will be
      Installed as president of the con-
      gregation; Sam Kessler Brother-
      hood president, and Mrs. Herbert
      Seltman as presid nt of its Sister-
      hood.
      Other Temple officers to be in-
      s.ailed are Manuel Merker, Martin
      Ilirseh and Sam Birnbaum, vice
      presidents; Louis Fine, financial
      secretary; Mrs. Murray Kaye.
      in r; Albert Gleibi rman, re-
      cording s. c tary, and Mrs. Henry
      Paul, ci rresponding si en tary.
      Brotht rhood officers Includi I
      win Moss and Ma" in Tell, vice
      . I, nts; Arthur Gra sman, re-
      . oi ling s. en tary; Erni st Topper,
      orresponding secretary; David
      Novick, treasurer; .leek Cohen, fi-
      nancial secretary; Martin Ilirseh.
      jtarliami ntarian, and Berry cu in,
      chaplain.
      Sisterhood officers, in addition
      .,, \trs Si Itman, are Mrs. Howard
      | Margolis, Mrs. Paul Berger, Mrs.
      Murray Kaye. Mrs. Emery Green
      | and Mrs. Manuel Merker, vice
      presidents; ?.1rs. Irving Greenman.
      n. rding secretary: Mrs. Mel
      ' Shifke, corresponding secretary;
      Mrs. Arthur Primak, treasurer;
      Mrs. Jack Raymond, financial sec-
      H tary, and Mrs. Lawrence Kap-
      lan, parliamentarian. Mrs. Gerald
      Schwartz is immediate past pn gl-
      ut nt.
      Mrs. Murray Kaye is serving as
      chairman of the event.
      trees are .
      everybody's
      l"js;kess!
      l.^nnA FMS1 wrg
      RICHARD KNKAPLER
      . son ol Mr. and
      harlee Kn apli r,
      iT-u Ter., will be called to the
      Porah as a Bai Mitzvah S I rday,
      .1.,. 16, at 'n-mple l i ( lorn.
      .\ see, nth grade Miami
      junior High School student, Rich-
      ard plays trombone In the schools
      and.
      Mr and Mrs. Knea; ll r will h st
      -he Friday veiling Oneg Shabbat
      in their Mil honor as well as the
      Kiddush after the cen-mony Sat-
      urday and a dinner and reception
      Saturday evening.
      The celebrant's maternal grand-
      father, Ralfh Freeman of Utica,
      N.Y.. will be among the honored
      guests.
      LEGAL NOTICE
      IN THE COUNTY JUPGE'S COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1510Clark
      tu UK: Estate nt
      , ..ris WEINER
      I. .. I
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      Tu All Creditors id '.'. Pel on* Ha> -
      Ing Claims i Demands Against Said
      ': '' ,
      > mi .... hi r< by i re-
      nulr -.1 to pi i -. i I anj i i.i.in- and de-
      ,,i ... i- ':i i n m y I '-'
      . state ot l 'CIS \\ EIN'Ell
      ; |ate ..: Bade Count]. Florida.
      . Judges nf Daile C
      and tile the same hi duplti .' ai d
      pro, ,| ,. ,s. ,M, i 733 16. Fl
      Stututi the Con
      II ..mil a- .. D County, i
      11,1:.. v Ithln six al ndar montl
      the time of thi first pul
      proof, or ame i I bi
      Dated at Miami, Floi Ida, thli
      da) ..-.' May, \ I' I"""
      i A H WEINER,
      r.-. uirlx "i thi E late nt
      : WEINER. D ':
      F r pul
      (hi : Ma] l!"7i!
      iVai tens.!
      \ttorno)
      i Klsca) ". U'l '
      Miami Fla 3313
      Flagler Kt nnel Club once again
      is off to a fast start, with an
      opening week pari-mutuel handle
      if $3,884,572 for nine perform-
      ances. The figure is some $50,000
      above that of last year's opening
      week of a season whieh broke all
      previous records.
      A pair of veteran distance grey-
      I hounds. Castle's Jet and Southern
      I Fan. lead the way into Saturday's
      semifinals of the S10.O00 Marathon
      Championship, Each came close to
      winning the title last year, and
      last Saturday won their first round
      ttsts impressively. Other winners
      of the qualifying races were Aprils
      l' st and Morning Walk.
      Sixteen of the 32 greyhounds en-
      tered m the affair qualified for
      this Saturday nights first semi-
      final round.
      liGAL NOTICE
      pfummm
      24-HOUR SERVICE
      Complete burial and funeral
      arranuements for Pets of oil
      types, including pickup service
      Beautiful Cemetery Grounds
      Cremation Service*
      moderate PritM
      oil HEAVfh
      MEMORIAL PARK
      [ 226-7387 I
      I ON I WEST FIA61ER
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      OF BULK TRANSFER
      A bulk tra.i r undei
      the i nlform I "ommi i
      at the offlie ol
      IEI ri.EI'., Ijikoil R "I
      I
      rosHPH '
      b a JOE! IAR ft CIRII.I* loi
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      the 'i'iansfi > i :~'" '
      .. thi Tran .....' "" ":*" r
      lui -li.. name or actdresa other than
      thai '.i- ti 'i '!" e.
      I t answ ror iova.nl
      to said business will be paid In lull
      ;,s ih.a fall due as the roBUll of this
      transfer Creditors of the Transferor
      should file their claims with i HAlii-is-
      OERTliER, of 4J.i Lincoln Road,
      .Miami Beach, Florida, on or beroro
      Jum. 1, 197*
      IHTEP l Miami. Florida, "" this
      13th day of May JOTS
      JAfdlt I.I'ltARSk^.
      Transferee
      Publication of this notice on the
      15lh day "f May. 1!'70.
      CHARLJ8 CF.ItTl.EK, ESQ.,
      4^ I inroln Road
      Miami Reach. Florida 3S139
      Attorney for Transferee ^^
      IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      In A.Ml) FOR DADE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
      CASE NO. 7,1-8607
      NOTICE OF ACTION
      FBI IX !. AL\ Al.i.i -
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      YiF ARE NOTIFIED lhal
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      WITNESS I
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      IN Ti E CIRCl T COURT OF TH
      E' EVEN-" It 3ICIAL CIRCUIT
      IN A". DADE
      COUNTY. FLORIDA
      N-. 71.1584
      -. T BLICATION
      S'l EXT,
      P
      lUl'HARP VINCENT,
      I.... dnnl
      TO RirHARD VINCENT
      i I el
      Voartm-ni No 107
      Hollywood, California
      \,<[- ARE HEREBY notified that
      . a Complalni fur Dl\-orc haa been
      i riled acaJnsl you. and yon are here-
      by required to serve a copy "i your
      answer or oilier plea,line to the Com-
      plain! an the Plaintiffs attorney
      LESTER ROGERS, whose address
      iv 1L.4 N IV lTlli Avenue. Miami,
      Florida SS1IB, and file the original
      with the Clerk of the above styled
      Court OB or before the 19th day of
      June.'1070 or a Default will be en-
      tered against you.
      DATED this 13th day of May. 19.0.
      K It l.EATHEMAN
      Clerk of Circuit Court
      E. B. LEATHERMAN
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      Sorviooa Held For
      Harry Schoener, 68
      Service! were held at Ri> i i skk
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      it < i New York attorney who
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      i enable an outstanding Temple
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      IN THE COUNTY JUOGES COURT
      IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTV.
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 83153
      JOHN R BLANTON
      IN UK i: ni
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      NOTICE OF SUIT
      CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
      iNO PROPERTY)
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
      DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
      No 70-837?
      ACTION FOR DIVORCE
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      kEOAL NOTIC1
      LC6AL NOTICE
      sinTICE UNDER
      MTIOUS NAME LAW
      rrs lIBItEHY C.1YKN lh:il
      hunted. d.*lrln to engage
      under "he fictitloua name
      [i pBJKOUAM, U.IX8. at
      ,1 MiHml. Fla. Intend* I.
      .id'name with Iho Clerk of
      , court of DaSa county.
      ISGLAS8 OENTAL,
      r.isiociATES PA.
      koskin and
      )\m:k p. a
      , r,.r Applicant
      ,,vm- Blvd.
      NOTICE UNDER
      riTIOUS NAME LAW
      is HEREBY <5IVEN thiil
      Bhrned desiring to engage
      i ihe fictitious name
      llF, I. HAND, M al ";s"
      | \w Miami B< ach, Flu., In-
      -i.i said Main,' \> Ith the
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      OSKIN AND
      INNER I' *
      LEGAL NOTICE
      LE6AL NOTKE
      LEGAL NOTICE
      i i
      Applicant
      . nivd.
      -, 8-1.".-22-29
      ICOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      *0 fOB DADE COUNTY,
      [pR DA IN PROBATE
      NO. 85542
      Cforfle T. Clark
      I'iri ill.MER
      IfcE OF INTENTION TO
      VE APPLICATION FOR
      llSTRISUTION AND
      ,AL DISCHARGE
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      triliul Final I Hs
      . u ii estate of
      \ii:i: .iii.i thai on
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      ..ti.I... for approval
      II.....11 and for dlalribu-
      hart, a- Executors
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      i daj i May, i'.'7"
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      NOTICE OF ACTION
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
      No. 70-78S6
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      SYLVIA SIMON,
      Plain tiff,
      VS
      ARNOLD SIM" IN,
      Defendant.
      To: AltNolj> SIMON
      s Moccoaaln Ptacc
      Monaey, New York
      You. ARNOLD SIMON, are herel
      notified that a Hill of Complaint for
      I rlvon haa bei n filed against you,
      .nut you arc required t<> nerve a pop)
      I of y,,ur Answer or Pleading to the
      Kill ,,f Complaint on Ihe Plaintiff a
      au,in, v. CEO ltd E OILHEKT, Suite
      3M, ...... Uncnln Rd. hi,in Miami
      Beach, Florida 3313S Tel v.. :
      4:112. and file thi original Answer or
      Pleading in ibe ,,ff-. ol the Cli rk .,f
      the ''if, uii Court on or before ihe
      ' loth da) ,,f June, l!70 if you fall in
      do an, Judgmi i,: b> di fault will In
      take against you for Ihe relief d. -
      mamled in the lull of Complaint
      Tin- ni hall bi publlahi ,i i 0
      each tteel for foul consecutive weeks
      ! in TII i: .1 i:v. ISM I'll iitn HAN.
      AND ORDERED Hi M
      it day ,:' Mnj A 11
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      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA, IN AND
      FOR DADE COUNTY.
      No. 70-7506
      | NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
      , IN RE: I'F.TlTloN OF
      I HOWARD BERNARD Kt'NZ
      lYilt ADOPTION OF
      i FHHD JAMES LEONE A
      MALE MINI ill
      TO: PR ED ANTHONY LEONE
      i'V I I' Will.-I* Unad
      Albertaon, Long [aland
      New York
      You. FRED ANTHONY LEONE,
      are hereby notified thai a Petition
      for Adoption of your minor child
      FRED JAMES LEONE haa been
      nled in ii,.- rircull Court of the
      Bleventh .linli, ial Circuit in .in.i for
      Dadi County, Florida, and you are
      quln ,l t,, -, rve a cop) of your
      Anawer or pleading !.. aald Petition
      m plaintiff's attorney, I I; MAYERS,
      I22H South Miami Avi nue, M ami,
      Florida 33130, and file Ihe original
      An '.. r or pleading In Ihi office ,,i
      the Clerk of ih, Clrcuii Court on or
      ih.' Ial da) of June, 1970 (f
      ! ii i.ill to do ho, Judgmi nl b) de-
      fault vy 11 be taken against you for
      Ihi relief dem.....led in the petition.
      Thla notice ahall pul
      " k for four ..... rcutivi weeks
      THE JEM ISH l-'l.oi:ini.\N
      DONE AND OUDEUBD at Miami.
      i, day ,,f Am,l. 19*0
      B II I.BATHERM x.N. Cl. rk
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      IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1494
      in hi:-. Estate of
      MORRIS COHEN
      Dcofaaed
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To All fredhora and All Peraona Hav-
      ing Claims or Deaaanda AKai|lst Said
      Eatate:
      Y..u are hereby uolified and ri'iiuir-
      .,l i, |,r. s,-,ii any elairaa and demanda
      i whi,'h you may have lueaiiiKt tha ta-
      I late of MOKKls COHEN deceased
      i late of Dade County, Florida, to the
      I County Juilarei- of Dade County, and
      ' file the same in duplicate ami an pro-
      vided In Seution "33.16, Florida Btat-
      lutes, in their offices in the County
      Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
      ; within six calendar iiiontha from the
      time of the first publication hereof,
      or Ihe aami Hill be barred.
      Dal.si at Miami. Florida, tliis >ili
      da) ,,f April, A l> ID70.
      SANFORD S, FACNEE
      As Executor
      First publication of this notice on
      ih. 24lh day of April, 197(1
      FAl'NCB, FINK A FORMAN
      i 'i.iiKreHi Bldg .
      Miami. Florida 33193
      Fi: I--47J
      At tome) for
      Exei'Utor an,I p'state
      i -jt :, l -k-13
      IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1189 B FRANK B DOWLING
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      Ii ISE III .MI'.KI'.'I'i' I'AMI.I.A
      AI.Mi:l|.\.
      JOSE HCMIIBUTi PADILLA
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      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      n All ,1.....> and All Peraona Ha>
      ,,i 11, man,Is Aga Inal Said
      NOTICE UNDER
      FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      NOTICE IS HEREBY fUVB.N tl t
      th< uiulerslKned. il. siring to eni;;,
      in buKuicsH under the flctllloua nai -
      of CONDOR CO, (not inc.) at !."
      uVW. S3 Avi-nu.', Miiimi, Florida i -
      i.-ikIs to register said name with t ^
      Clerk of ih.- Circuit Court of Da
      < "ounty, Florida,
      MICHAEL ANQINO, aole owner
      M'.I.Si.N S- l-'KI.I.MAN
      j Attorneys fee Applicant
      ; i ]'.', Kaiu Conoourse
      .\iiaini, Fla. ^:;:iBI
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      IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURr
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1697
      in RE: Estate ol
      SAMFELABRAHAM 8CHLAZER
      l>.....ased,
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To Ail Creditors and All Persona II
      ,,!*; I'laims ,,i Demanda Against Si
      i Bte:
      You an- hereby notified and rcqu
      ...l in present an;, claims and deman
      u In.li v ,,u ma) have against thi -
      iai, of SA.\lii:i. ABRAHAM S"l
      LAZER deceasi ,i late of I'ail, Cou -
      I ly, Florida, to the Count) Judges *
      Dade County, and file Ihe wmi
      i duplleuti and as provided In Si
      I 7:::: HI, Florida Statutes, In thi Ir
      ii, h In ih. i'ounty CourthouM
      Dade County, Florida, within
      . calendar months from the lim
      ihi first publication h......r. ,,i
      ' name will be barred
      haled ai Miami. Florida, thlt
      i da) of An.1l, a i>
      Midi lEL BCH I A/.I'.K
      DAVID 8CHI AZER
      '
      Road
      , h, Florida 33139
      8-15-22-29
      >TICE TO CREDITORS
      [COUNTY JUDGEgS COURT
      ID FOR DADE COUNTY
      )RIDA. IN PROBATE
      No. 70839

      INi i\VITZ
      ,'I.M
      Hi
      YAMOWTTZ
      And All Peraona Hav-
      Bs- 'i Demanda Asulaal Bald
      hereb) notified and r.Hiuir-
      .. 11>- claims mid demands
      may have aaainat the as-
      ISKKI. ja.vowitk a/k/a I
      \ \NowiTZ deceased laU
      'nu ly, io ihi County Judgea
      ounty, and file the same In
      nnd as provided In Section
      riila Sl.UUIes 111 their of- i
      Hi.- County Courthouse In |
      on Florida, within
      no nihs from the lim
      publication li.ri-of, or
      |l I., barred.
      ,1 Miami. Florida, this
      \ li 1970
      KMII.Y JANOWITZ
      V" A'lniimstralrix
      i.-alion of tin- noli.-.
      of Mav, 117,1
      cij-:rNFBJ i>
      ! for Administratrix
      Ruildinc,
      ' 30
      S I-1S-23-M
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY..
      FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
      CASE NO. 70-74D5
      NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
      ^ \ INNE VSKEW .
      I Mai 11 '
      UII.I I AM M ASKEW lit.
      I,. fi ndanl
      You, VVII.I.IA.M M VSKEW, JR
      ,,f H12 Cavalier Boulevard, \parlmeni
      Cl, Portsmouth, Virginia :M<>\ are
      I required io aervi .. ,-.,|.y of your
      Utswer to the Complaint for IM-
      voree on DAVIII M UONSHAK, At-
      i t,.rn.y for Plaintiff, 1497 S.W ?lh
      I Street, Miami. Florida 33125, and file
      an original Answer in the Office ,,l
      : the Clerk : lh Circuit Court on or
      before ihe 10th day of June, 1970, or
      , i fault will I,. nti red against
      you.
      .1. this Isi day of .May, IS70
      i; It LBATHERMAN
      i 'lerk, Circuit 'ourl
      1 aide t 'ount ^. Florida
      U) il' i'oI'KI \M>
      l>< i.ui v L'lerk
      i S-i:.-22-29
      Hal.
      NOTICE OF ACTI1N
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
      No. 70-7972
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      !! >SKM AHY MC8CAKEI-IJ
      Plaintiff
      of
      the
      Mil
      on
      COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      tO FOR OADE COUNTY,
      3RIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1445
      si:,I,
      ,|
      AI MOARTNER
      Ml
      )TICE TO CREDITORS
      dliora and All Persons Mav-
      or Demands Ajjulnal Said
      hereb) notified and requlr-
      , nl any elulms and demanda
      i may have affalust ihe es-
      ,Altl. IIAI'MIJAHTNER de-
      li of Dade County, Florida.
      nuni) Judges of I aide Coun-
      |i the same in ilU|ili<-lit. ami
      A iii Bectlon 7n.1 16. Florida
      n their offices in the Coun-
      u~. in Had.- County, Florida,
      calendar months from Ihe
      the first publication hereof,
      will t,c barred.
      Miami. Florida, this IS
      I'rll, A H 1970.
      - \ UAUMOARTNBR
      \s Executrla
      lulli.ati.m of this notice on
      da) of April, 1870,
      I. s OOLDBERO, of
      KAI F.MAN A ZBMEL
      lot Executrix
      In Road, Miami Beach
      4 21 S 1-8-18
      , NOTICE UNDER
      ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      .'K IS HEREBY t;iVBN that
      Btrsigned datrtrlng Io engage
      at 4^0 Uncnln Ruud. Suite |
      Miami Heach. Florida under
      a name ,,f OIIARANTEE7D
      IrioNAl. BirpPLIKS ft
      Ir-N r intends to repisler mild
      Hi Hie Clerk of Hie I'ir.uii
      Dade County, Florida.
      JACK St-IIARK
      RICHMAN, ESQ.,
      In Road,
      " h, Florida
      4/17-24 ',/! 8
      ANTHi iN V MI'SCAREULl
      Defendant
      TO \NTIH>NY MI'Si'AHKI.l.t
      Kealdi n, I'nknourg
      Y,.u. tNTHONY MI'SCARELLI.
      are hereby notified thai a Hill of
      Complaint tor Dlvorci has been filed
      against you. and you are required to
      serve a copy of your Answer Ol
      Pleading t.. the Hill .a Complaint on
      the I'laintitfs attorney, 7.EMKU
      KAI F.MAN AND ZBMEL, ISO l.in-
      1 coin Road, Miami Beach, Florida
      33139 and file tli. original Answer or
      Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
      id. circuit Court on or before the
      inth day of June. 1970. If you fail
      i,, do -,, Judgment by default will
      be taken against v,*u for the relief
      demanded in Ihe Bill of Complaint
      Tins notice shall I- published ,.....
      such week for four consecutive weeks
      in THE .Ii:u ISH FI ORIDIAN
      DONE AND I HIH'.l'.FO at Miami.
      Florida, ilus Ith day of Ma\ A D
      1970
      fel F. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
      Circuit Court, Dud< cuut>. Florida
      By: I. BNBBDBN
      I I, |iul% I,
      (Circuit Court s, al I
      ZEMEU KAI'F.MAN ami ZBMEL
      120 Lincoln Road
      Miami Beach, Florida I
      Attorneys for Plaintiff
      .. V -1 L' L' .1
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      1 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      | FLORIDA
      CASE NO. 70-7445
      NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
      HE Ms >PTII IN OF !' 'I l/>\\ LNO
      MIN" HI 'Mil DREN:
      lolIN I'.W ll> ROMOENBBRivY,
      I Hi.\i.\s M \i:k RODDENBERRY,
      and
      r Mi. STEPH BN III iDDENBERRY,
      TO MR. TIIomas RODDENBERRY
      P.I, Box 119S
      Ft. Myers, Florida
      Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
      I that RAY DONEHOO. la applying for
      Ihe adoption ( the following minor
      1 hlldren: JOHN DAVID RODDEN-
      BERRY TIH'MAS MARK KODDEN-
      BEItRY, and I'AII. STEPHEN UOD-
      1 DENRERRY, thai he is married l<
      ' the natural mother nf said minor
      1 Idren, and thai he has filed Ins
      Petition for Adoption in the Circuit
      I Court of Made County, Florida If
      . you have any objei lions to aame, you
      are to file same m the offlci ol the
      Clerk of the Circuit Court and a
      copy to Petitioner's attorney, IKWIN
      IS. CHRISTIE, al Suit, i. Roberts
      HuddiiiK. :> West Flagkr Street,
      Miami, Florida, on or before the L'ft
      day of May, lfi?i>. Failure to do so
      may result in the Adoption being
      granted to RAX DONEHOO.
      Thla notice ahall I"- published once
      each week for four consecutive weeks
      in the JEWISH PIjOHIDIAN
      DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
      Florida, on this 'Jlth day of April.
      B. B. LBATHBRM-N, Clerk
      Circuit Court
      Dadi Count) ., Florida
      By: MAROrBRITE KENT
      DepU,yneS5/l-8-l5.82
      , : mm ,-i Demands Against Said As Bxecu
      | First iiul.li.ali......f tliis noli,
      You an hereby notified nnd requlr- n,, mh day of Mav 1970
      .,| to present any claims and demands ARONOVITZ, Sll VER & BOOTH
      which \.,u mav have against the es- R) man 11 SILVER
      late of JOSE HI'MUERTO PAD11 LA Mini .\ lot Executors
      AIaMEIDA ,! ,,,-,,1 late of lid \ llldg., Miami. Fla
      Count) FI01 da Ihe Conul) Judges :, K-13-22
      of Dade County, and file Ihe ramt
      In duplicate and .,- provided
      S, 1 733.10, Florida StaPites, in
      Ihelr offices In thi County Courthouse
      ,n |.:,,i. Coui ly, Florida, within sin
      :.,i- months from the time of
      the first publication hereof, or the
      same ill lap lairred,
      1
      Dated nl Miami, Florida, 'Ins l'THi ,
      ilav of April V I I '.-'7"
      MARIA PAD1LI A RODRIOI'BZ
      As Administratrix
      First publication of this notice on
      the 1st day of May. 197".
      SIDNEY BFRl 'NSON
      Attorney for Administratrix
      I H12 A in-1- y Building
      Miami. Florida 3313S _
      ., I -S.-l.i-_".
      NOTICE UNDER
      FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVBN thai
      ih, underslgi d, di airing to engage
      l business under ihe fictitious aame
      ! of OAI AXY STCDIOS at :r, N.B, 17lh
      St Miami. Fla. intends lo regtaun
      -id name with thi Clerk of Ihe Clr-
      urt of Dade County, Florida
      ROBERT M WARD
      ENTERPRISER. INC
      In Robert M, Ward, President
      .-, 1-8-15-22
      mt
      NOTICE OF ACTION
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
      No. 70-7501
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      LORRAINE M DeVITI ,
      Plaintiff,
      LOUIB John DaVITO, JR-
      li.fen.lant
      To: LOI'ISJOHN D.-V1TO. JR.
      lief, ndallt
      L'4 Baal BiKhth street
      Chester, l*,11"">,v:i",',',.,_.x ,
      You. IX'I'IS JOHN l*VITO, JR.
      her.l.y notified thai a BUMM
      oamplalnt (or Divorce has he.-, ui.-i
      gainst you. and you are renuired to
      serve a cony >"ur A"-W,''r '"
      KeldmS ...'io Hdi rHfSaSrrt"
      Plaintiff's attorney. A If
      IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1536
      In UK: Estali of
      JACOB KOIINHI.I'M
      "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
      ing claims or Demands Agamsl saw
      You are hereby notified and requir-
      ed to present any claim* and demands
      which you may haw Mfataat Um
      estate of JACOB KORNBLI M de-
      , ,.,-. ,1 late ,'i Dade Oounly, Honda
      ,nd file Ihe aame In duplicate and .,-
      ,,ivi.l.,l In Section 733 16 Florida Stat-
      ,,-. m their offices In the ,'"",v
      Courthouse hi Dade County, Honda,
      ulihln -ix ralei dar m.....ba from the
      ,. of the first publication hereof,
      , thi same will be barred.
      Baled al Miami. Florida, tin
      ,1 i ,.i April, A D, 1970
      RAH i: KORNBLI-M
      \- Exi utrlx
      First publication of this not......'
      ,.. mi, day of Mav. 197ft. .
      I SIMON. HAYS OBI N',u '"-1"'
      Attorneys for Bxci utrlx
      .1 Alnsle) Bldg Miami..'1sar .,.,.,
      I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 82581 C
      ; IN HE: Estate of
      M \\ SCHFCHALTER,
      '"NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
      MAKE APPLICATION FOR
      DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
      DISCHARGE
      |B h, r. I,y given that
      IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1579 BLANTON
      In RE Estate of
      ALFRED fl ANDERSt IN
      11.1 eased _.
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
      ing 11.urns or Demands Against Balu
      You are hereby notified and requir-
      ed to present any claims and demanda
      which you may hav, agalnal the es.
      ,.,,.. of ALFRED ; ANDERSON de
      I |ate oi iia.le Couniy, lion.la
      Count).
      and
      IN THE COUNTY JUDGVSCOUPT
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No 70-1110
      in RK Bstati ol
      HARRY MYERS
      I 1,, ensill.
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To Ml Creditors and All Persons II .-
      inn Claims or Demands tgulnst s I
      Estali
      You are hereby notified nd requ -
      ,'d to present any claims and demat I
      Which you may have against the
      iai. nf HARRY MYERS d. u
      lat. ,,1 liade County, Florida to t1"
      County Juilir.-s of Dade Couuty,
      file tii, same in dupih-nle and
      piovid, ,1 m Section 783.10, Plorli
      Statutes, in their offices In ih.- ''"ii -
      ty Courthouse in bade Couuty. F
      riila. within six calendar months iro-
      the lime of the first publli at
      her.of. ,,r th. same will be barred
      Bated at Miami. Florida, this j .
      day ..i Anrll, A l> 1970
      s JEAN I.. MYER8
      As I0\,, utri.x
      Flrsl inil,|i,aii,,n ,,f this notlci i
      th. mi, day < .May. 1*70
      HARRY ZI'KERNICK
      Attorney for Bxecutrlx
      i.-,, 1 ,,o!n Itoad, Miami Bi ach
      Florida 331 19
      :. 3-13-28
      30th
      to the County Judges of Dade
      and fil, the same 111 duplicali
      provided In Section ,33 16 lion.1.1
      Statutes, in their offices in the I own
      Courthouse iii Dade County, M"-
      i within six calendar months from
      um, ,,r th. first publication here-
      the same will be barred
      Dated al Miami, Florida, tins
      da) of April, a.iv 197JJ......
      LILLIAN BROTHERS
      a- Bxi i utrix
      First piihli. anon of ihla n.....
      ill. Kth day ol May, 1970,
      sol. AIJ5XANDER
      Attorne) for Batei-utrlx
      19 W..-1 Flagler Street, Suit,
      iy
      ridi
      the
      of,
      7th
      :',I7
      -15-
      NOTICE TO DEFEND
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C CU IT
      COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
      CIVIL ACTION NO. 70-7030
      M m:ia ZIMMERMAN
      JACK ZIMMERM VN
      You JACK ZIMMERMAN. Apt
      ; 0n 303 59th Sireet. '
      ; York, New Jeraey, 07093,
      \ ,.,( to serve uin.il J-
      Counsel for Plalnllf
      llklg., Miami. Florida
      of your Answi r to tin
      Divorce filed agalnal
      your Original Answi i
      signed clerk 01
      i,, ,l,i thla not
      N".
      \\ -I New
      ..r. reiiulr-
      I \t SSF.I..
      is s. yls.ld
      33132, a oopy
      C.m|,laint for
      you, ami to file
      u ith the undei
      .jvUil Court, and
      lai.-r than May ::. 1970,
      NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
      OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
      No. 70-7727
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      MARIA 1" H.oKKS DI'ARTE,
      Plaintiff,
      EFRAIN DI'ARTE,
      Defendant
      TO: EFRAIN DI'ARTE
      Residence unknown
      You. EFRAIN DI'ARTE. are hei -
      h) .....in, d that u Bill of Complui ii
      for Divorce has been filed agali t
      you. ami y,,u are required lo serve .
      copj of your Answer ,,r Pleading
      in, Bill of Complaint on the Plal -
      tiffs attorney. SIDNEY BFRONSON,
      ,;il' Ainsl.y Building, Miami. Florida
      33132 and file the original Answer or
      Pleading Iii the office of the Clerk
      of the Circuit Curt on OT bi fi
      the "ah da) if June. ;!i7" If you I I
      to do s,,. iu lakeu agalnal you for the relief de-
      manded in the Bill f Complaint.
      This notice shall be |>uhlished once
      .ach week for four conaecutrvi
      in THE JEWISH FLOIllOIAN.
      DONE AND ORDERED at Mian,',
      Ft,,riila. this 30th da> of April A O.
      1870.
      R It. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
      Circuit court. Dade County. Florii
      B) MAROUBRITE KENT
      11, nuly Cl.rk
      (Clr.mil court s.aii
      SIDNEY EPRONSt >N
      M! Alnsley Building
      Miami. Florida
      f norm y for Plaintiff
      :, g-15-
      f you fall to do so,. Judgnn
      fault will he taken aL-ainst
      Dated: April :, 170, Miam
      K. H LBATHERMAN
      i i>> De-
      the
      NOTICE UNDER
      ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      r IS HKIIKBY UIVBN th.it
      i-imie.i. desiring to engage
      Mile, Hia-
      iin origin-
      Ihe offli
      DISCHARGE Dated: April 30, 1170, Miami. Fla.
      NOTICE Is hereto k|v,'" 'Yvii K. H LBATHERMAN,
      have filed nu Ffnal ileport and Fall- (.,(.rk 0r,.B,;, court
      ,! fr Wauibutlon and Final Die- N A h,.:Wi:tt
      charge as Executor ol lh state of ,. Iy ,-,,.rk
      MAX 8CHITCHALTBR, deceased: arid ,(,SK1.,{ c, i.mssf.I.. Attorney
      that o the th day ... May^lWO. j fupMH nidg., Miami, Fla. 3313S
      will aPidy io the Honorable, 6ounty n, :;7<.v-, .......
      am ..
      udgea ol Had. county,
      'iiinroval of sunl l'inal
      ' ,1 Mrlhutlon and fmal dlsoharg.
      utor ,,f the state ol Ihi above-
      Tins 23rd day of
      for
      K\.
      Florida, for
      Report and
      Jl 5/1.1-15
      DAVIS. 555 Palm Spunk's
      leak, Florida 33012 and nil
      al Answer or I'l. a,I .M- i .....
      f ,e ci.rk of Circuit Court
      r before the r.th da* oi June,
      If VOU fall to do RO Hi.Uni.nt
      take,, acalnal you for
      ,d,..l m the um of
      l7.
      by de-
      be
      denial
      fault will
      %!*n"oilC shall be Publish.,'
      w-k for fur,,a.s.,iiivv weeks
      | decedent
      A"nL '"JigCAR SCHt'T.TZ
      CHAHU'TTK.I BARKAN
      Attorney
      111 I Alnsley Building
      Miami, Florida 5 ,.g.15.jj
      NOTICE UNDER
      FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I
      NOTICE IS HEHEin l!l\ UN thai
      undenda-ned. deslrli R I.....*-'' t
      Ida.
      O'-NNETH SOKOIjBKY
      -IAN SOKOLgKV his wife
      , c. i;iss. IHiMK ft AUK1N
      [fH -"KOI.SKY and
      BOKOL8KY. his wife
      :., i-i,-ia-:'i
      Deputy i
      fCircuit Court St in
      ARTHUR S DAI is
      . palm Springs srlle
      Hlal.ah. Florida 3301-
      Attorney for Plaintiff
      11 is \\ -i Flan
      Miami. I"''i Idl
      PETER M DDPKE
      Vttorne) for applli anl
      ;_, Alnsle) Bldg Miami
      ATTENTION
      ATTORNEYS!
      + Unil flcridfain
      solicits your legal notice*
      We appreciate your
      patronage and guarantee
      accurate service-- at legal
      rates .
      Mai 373- 460'*
      lor messeT'rAr serTic*
      I
      15-22
      IN THE COUNTY JUDUc S COURT-
      IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. 70-1472
      In RE Estate ol
      IliA Mi INSTE1N,
      I ,. is, -I
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      To au Credltora and All Peraons 11.
      Ing Cuiims or Demands AgaMist Ba d
      Bstate: ,
      Y,,u arc hereby notified and i -
      iiuir.d to m,-.lit an) laims and de-
      man,Is which you may have against
      Ihe estate of IDA MONHTEJN, ii
      ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
      lo thi County Judges of Dade County,
      and lil. ihe same in duplicate a id
      ,i- provided In Bectlon 731.16, Florida
      Statutes, In their office* In the Com -
      I ty Courthouse ," Dade County, Flo-
      vrithln si\ calendar months from
      Ihe time of the first publlcal I
      ..,,,, \\ ill be barred
      Dated at Miami. Florida, this Hi h
      da) of Anrll, A l> 1170
      EDWARD A ci IHBN
      \s Executor
      publlcal ion of tin- not Ii e
      I the 21 th d ot tpt I
      Kl RT \\ I'.l.l.iscil
      Allot
      l>i: ,. : IDA MONSTETN.
      t u
      I Coral tl.....-. Florida
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