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

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

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

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University of Florida
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T "Jewish Floridiaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
43 Number 22
Miami, Florida Friday May 29, 197C
Two Sections Price 23c
ISRAEL Will NOT PERMIT SUEZ CANAL SAM-3 SITES
ussia Blamed For Escalating Crisis
By SPECIAL REPORT
[JERUSALEMMrs. Gclda Meir, in a State oi
|N -.::on address to Knesset Tuesday night,
-e was prepared to meet any Arab leader,
..here, at any time, with no pre-conditions."
said such a move was far better than the
shed which a fourth round with the Arabs
riing.
The Israeli premier blamed the Soviet Union
flci.gerously escalating the Middle East crisis,
said Israel could not permit the installation
iditional SAM-3 missiles near the Suez Canal,
she reported 20 missile sites already had
completed by the Russians, who are con-
ling to provide personnel for combat missions
kich permit Nasser to resume his war of attri-
cgainst Israel."
Mrs. Meir said any further delay by the
States in supplying Israel with the planes
and other military supplies it has requested
"would cause irreparable damage."
The prime minister scid Israel's fete was of
importance to the whole world, and that the Jew-
ish state "would not permit itself to be another
Czechoslovakia."
Her talk came against the backdrop of a
week in which Israel had sustained heavy civilian
and military casualties on both the Egyptian and
Lebcnese fronts.
Pressure from Knesset members for even
stronger retaliatory action against Egypt and
Lebanon was mounting as Mrs. Meir made her
dramatic message to the Israeli parliament.
As she spoke, Israeli patrols continued their
new policy of policing against Arab terrorists on
both sides of the Lebanese border. The second
dav of such action saw no opposition from the
Lebanese army, and the Israeli defense forces
were under orders not to attack Lebanese civilian5
or villages.
In Beirut, meanwhile, the slight Moslem ma-
jority in the half-Christicn nation demanded th:.:
Lebanon step up so-called protection of Lebaness
civilians near the Israeli border.
Thousands of villagers were said to have fie-:
from the area known as "Fatah-land" following
Israeli shelling and tenk raids in reprisal for the
slaughter of eight school children and four adul:>
on a civilian bus in Israel.
The Lebanese parliament was weighing a bid
by Moslem members for Tunisian and Morocccr.
forces to enter Lebanon to augment the Lebanese
army.
And other Moslem members demanded
Lebanon join Irag, Syria and Jordan in a unifiei
eastern command against Israel.
_!
11 Of Israel Shares Pain Of
ereaved Parents, Families
Moscow Reported To Be
'Committed To The Hilt9
AVIV (JTA)All Israel
the anguish of the fami-
the eight school children
in the ambush of a school
Arab terrorists near the
Bse border Friday morn-
rhich also left four adults
Flight of the 21 others in-
in the bazooka ami small
attack remained in serious
tion in Haifa and Safad
Itals. Funeral services for
nldren, aged 6 to 14. five
om wen from one family,
held late Friday.
I the graveside were Defense
pter Moshe Dayan, Chief of
(Jen. Halm Bar Lev, and
ty Premier Yigal Allon;
atter quoted the words of
Me ( haini Na'iman Blalik:
Satan has not yet in\ent-
revenge for the blood of
I."
n :\'n\ the terrorists knew
) is was filled with school
it was painted bright
its identity was unmls-
it i assed over the
same road each morning at the
same time. The bus was travel-
ing in line with civilian traffic-
on a road skirting the Lebanese
bolder. The terrorists allowed
the other cars to pass before
firing four ba/ooka shells and
small arms fire at the bus. kill-
ing the driver. The bus left the
road and turned over. Other
motorists went to the aid of the
injured. Some were rushed to
hospitals in private cars; others
were evacuated by helicopter.
The Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, which
first claimed and then denied re-
sponsibility for the Feb. 21 ev-
plosinn of a Swiss airliner kill-
ing all 47 persons aboard, took
credit for the attack in a mes-
sage U< President Gamal Abdel
Nasser. The terrorist group has
its headquarters in Beirut.
Two tlnr tragedies followed
in the wake of the first an Is-
, fficer combing the
area in a search for evi
. when he detoi
a mine, and a car taking several
parents to the Safad hospital
overturned, injuring three of
them seriously.
Israel officials denounced the
action taken by the U.N. Secur-
ity Council last week censuring
Israel and said the murder of
the children may have been a
direct result. Mr. Allon said it
was no longer a Security Coun-
cil, but an "Insecurity Council."
Mrs. Meir said that instead of
condemning the murderers, it
hail given them cover while cen-
suring Israel for "exercising its
right of self-defense."
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's ambas-
sador to the I.N.. sent a letter
to Security Council President
Jacques Kosciusko-Morizet of
Continued on Page 5-A
LONDON (JTA)According
to reports reaching here from
diplomatic sources in Kastern
Europe, the Russians are hast-
ening the installation of SAM-3
anti-aircraft missiles in Egypt.
Russian officers will fire them
against Israeli planes attacking
behind the Suez Canal line, the
sources said, and Russians will
"direct" Egyptian pilots in ad-
vanced MIG-21s from radar sta-
tions on the ground, the reports
said.
If the Egyptians prove unable
to handle the planes, the sources
said. Soviet pilots will take over
defense of the SAM-3 sites and
the Russian personnel manning
them, to ward off Israeli attack.
Communist sources reported
that Moscow is committed to the
defense of Egypt "to the hilt."
If those defense are in dar. r
of collapsing, the radius of its
intervention may be broadened
if it considers it necessary.
This was taken to mean that
in an extreme situation, the
Soviets would extend direct mil-
itary support to Egypt close t>
or within the Suez Canal zone.
Oil Firm Propaganda Flood
WASHINGTON tJTA) Dr.
Franklin H. Littel, professor of
religion at Temple University,
addressing tne American Jewish
Congress convention, charged
that Christian churchmen across
the nation were being flooded
with propaganda from "oil firms
ready to sell cut American in-
terests in the Middle East >v
profit" in dealing with Aral -
atrols Alarm Border
esidents Of Lebanon
p. AVIV (JTA)
t : the Lebant se border
irai li patrols and a
^i"' d i ar unit Monday may
given rise' to Beirut's re-
[that Israeli was mounting a
(Invasion of southern Lcba-
it was reported.
le derations were part of
Isified security precautions
ptaken in the wake of Fri-
ambush of an Israeli
'bus. however, and none
trated more than a mile
[I.' banon, a military spokes-
said.
pesday's reports from Beirut
ei a panicky situation in
lelancse capital. Thousands
of vil v "" said '' '
awi y from th< r
... r, an [sraeli as
was a ticipati d Lebanon has
, xpecting a heavy blow In
n taliati n for the outrage com-
mitted by terrorists based em its
territory, ami Israeli leaders
have male it clear that they
hold the Lebanese government
fully responsible.
Roads leading out of the bor-
der region were re-ported to be
dogged with vehicles carrying
household fOOdS. Aecording to
Lebanon's Interior Minister.
Kamal .lumblatt, about 15.000
had left southern Lebanon by
Continued on f-ege 8-A
A Sabbath morning program, memorializ-
ing the four slain Kent State University stu-
dents, is being held outside the B'nai
B'rith Building, international headquarters
for the organization which became a week-
end home and mobilizing point for more
than 200 Jewish students who participated
in the anti-war demonstration in Washington,
D.C.. Many who camped in the building.
within walking distance of the Ellipse, sit9
of the major demonstration, were Shabbct
observers. The building's facilities enabled
them to maintain kashrut and provided
a place for traditional Sabbath services. The
Red Cross insignia identified the building
as an emergency first-aid station, manned
by volunteer physicians and medical stu-
dents.


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rjewlsti tkrkfiati
Friday
Joseph Kanler (Chairman Of
22nd Anniversary Dinner
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On this a '' rod Ij
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of V oi A.\ ird uon M P
exemi lary
I at)' rship foi [si c I. Mayor Kolli k
\ also i'.i.v tributi (o Ihe men i
. ; \\b hi'./ ':..'
rccord-bir-aklng Israel
i k)i yea An
those lo be hoi r I II be the
of M i] Ion
Tower* wtifrti was the first
rim n the nal: n to up >! ** .in |
Israi Bond dinner a .',-i years
ago I Mrs. Em inu \1 and Mr- Morrh Minov'
will reecive recoKhiltion for theft
a teacast leadership for [ararrj
Bonds.
Mr Kanter, who li .i national
an of th-- Unite l Jew Ista
Apr* il and th* fcrael Education
Fund s i irmpr ireneral chairman
ol the Israel \>n Cincinnati, whin- he and Mrs.
Kantei lived pr or to bi eominc
permanent resnents of Miami
B. i *
P trident of the Konti r >' rp
oft, on< ol the hatirAVs lea l Ac
mminarrfty development .>
tions, Mr. Kant r led Ihe dele-
tion from On iter Miami t<> the
Unite I Jew ah A: il 9tu 1> M -
bi.ti in Israel in 1*K9 Hi- rOs~j
from th. ranks after serving as
national chairman of thr United
Jiwis.i Appeal Young Leadership
Division A former national presi-
ii honorary president
ol t.V Aivt i lean Kri< nda .if Tel
Aviv University, Mr Ranter is
of th board i f ITI Cor-
poration, a rompanv which is list-
. .i on it*- American StocV Efc-
Mayor KoDek, who is expected
lo deliver th In n at I le
- Dinner has had
listi d career aa
::.; ami diplomat I \>
M-. served as ma >l Jerusa I m
his.!' i' ion
,_,,,,.... rtf th' -ttr**X
ifflci from 19
Itx Hdminh
-^iar-
tnd L* m Eahkol.
I Mrs. I
i- i 'ouple of Ihe
Year." h lo-
nal n the efforts
,ii* k
,;,,, lop.
i V GohHn Trust I I a< I,
Mr '" K > form i i hal
Ihe board ol Ihi Gn I
Isi ii Bond lion. H iff
been i member ol Ihe Israi I 11
O'Kanizat i itior.al I
nors 1962.
i th- nittee. in
addition la Mi Kantei and Mr
aii-m arc Dr Irving Lehrman,
chairman of II* board; Dr Leon)
Krontth, hationa rice chairman,'
il Samuel Frhdland anil Leon-
,i i Rosen, who are honorary
chairmen of th< Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Serving aa chairmen ol patrons
are Sidney P. Ans&v Sam Blank.
lonaa Brotmam Jacob C C6taen,
Max Cohen, Marrlfi Cooper, Na-
than Darsky, Many FrankeL
David .1 Light, I ou Polli r, Jacob
Rifkin, Hi rmai S an and Malcolm
VVoMcnbcrg.
Cmdr. frankel Pulpit Guest
Samuel Frankcl commander of
ifte Harry H. Cohen Surtsttde-Bay
Ifarbor Poa4 TO, J. wish War V.t-
it! \- i puipil gift Bl at
T< mpli- Ner Tamul Satuntay. in
mrtion with Its nmvm! M--
moraal Das aervice Membera of
lh< Post will also N- preaenl far
the aervic wtdch Rabbi
Kugtnr Laboviti will apt ik ; th<
i. i ir "We An -\:i Very Tired of
War."
HELP DOUGLAS
WITHOUT SPENDINgTdhI
oardehT
Funds earned by the Jewish Homef*.
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Ave
Are an important part of the Horn*,
income.
thaj
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1CSEP* H. KAMTfff
Jane Lecture* Set
Iy S|)ino/:i Forum
Th* S| ina a For ira far Adult
Education meets < a.-h Thursday
rv rnina. yeai 'round in the audito-
rium of tin' Washington Federal
ai 1234 Washington .\\r. Miami
p.. ach under ih. rhiairmanshin of
: Thomas DavMoft and Raphai 1
Burst, in An opMl iliscwssn.n fol-
i loan every Iroturv at the fomm.
which was foui:il l'\ In
\hrah.im Wotfsotl.
The speaker on Thursday, Jum
l. will Andn S Blaloh nkl Mis
topic will be C'riH'lty ir. Modem
Tunes." Gerald Schw-arb will OF
ar/xe World n n June 11; "Pi. Reconstruction
; Movement" will b< Raobi Morris
i SI(op*a topic June 18. .ind Jmige
7a v W Koiran will si nk on I'he
Probkma of the Middle East" on
June 'Si.
YOUR GOOD WISHES ALONE
WONT HELP THE WIDOWS.
ORPHANS AND THE ELDERLY
IN ISRAEL AND AT HOME
YOUR DOLLARS Will! GIVE
TO THE CJA.
Mayshie Friadberg
Won't you help the Home today by com, J
items for resale at the Thrift Shop? J
j Do you have furniture, appliances
, cameras, clothing, sportinq goods or Jnv
saleable merchandise which you nolonJ,
or can use? ^
Do you know someone, a friend or a _
who is redecorating? Perhaps a hotel,]
ment house. Tell them about our Thrifts
Douglas Gardens has serious financial
since 80 of its 222 residents are public-
recipients. With increased operating (a|j|
public assistance payments in Florida the I
of all states, the Home urgently needs yourk
to maintain its high quality care. May wic
on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for owl
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the 1
Shop *r* tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family .
Board and staff thank you.
AARON KRAVITZ
JHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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lay 29. 1970
*Jenlst fkriciitn
Page 3-A
Iward Shapiro Chairman
if Mount Sinai Founders
P uds <>( America and
,i h >?pltal of Greater
c indebted to E Iwat I
iii,' youngsters !<>.'>-,
,,a ire' of who their
is: the Shapiro family's
iiip Corporation is the
of ice cream cones
\: ink strews in the woi l I
ml. however, is nKxst
Of nil substantial
development program,
imamic role ho has p!a>-
l arent S'JO million cam-
nth, those efforts were
by his election to the
blip of Mount Sinai"s ex-
founders, a club whose
I, aeh have included dona-
v.WKio or more among
mnal contr'.lnitions to the
succeeds Benjamin <;
has served for th" pas'.
the Jane anil Edward
-, 11 cli 1. iii: atory will
litj in the prop is id
. Medical Center the
rs chairman believes
r- ill concept thai has
to t ike such an acl ivc
-l it il affairs, since be-
men! re-..lent her.
. irs n^o.
the first time in my 1 f<
i come so involved in
..- explained. "My familj
. t be in a position
have supported many
mitteis financially,
before hive I given so
nyself pennnally.
it Is iv :ause I am an
eate of achievement <;f
. .il center concept. I feel
, lay the South Florid >
.'> nc that will mak<> possible
research, te iching and si lentiflc
leveloprnenl that will l)en,'fit \
patient in everj hospital bed with-
in hundreds ol miles."
Sh ipii i's own lirsl irtti id m
to Mount Sinai a is from a hosp i il
bed. having b 'en i ushe I by ambul-
ance from an airplane after taking
il! in flight from Nov. York City.
Doctors her.' diagnosed his prob-
lem as a rare pulmonnrj ailment
contracted in the Philippines dur-
ing World War II. and which had
remained dormant within his sys-
tem for more than a dec i.Ie.
"I didn t real:/" i; at the time,
and neither did my physicans in
New York, but I was a very sick
man." he r. calls. "1 owe my life to
the medical team at Mount Sinai
and am pleased to be able to heip
the hospital grow and progress."
heart and foundation of the Mount
Sinai family," Shapiro said. "Put-
ire success ol the medical center
depends in large d gree on th in-
and involvement of The
Pounders. My primary goal will
be to encourage participation by
more of our members in the day-to-
la) affairs of the hospital."
Of his determination to succeed
in that objective, then' is little
doubt. It is evidenced by the fact
that while the Shapiro family
foundation has established a trade
school in Kfar Saba, Israel, has
built a dormitory at Brandeis Uni-
versity, and has contributed to
many more hen' and abroad, the
hospital gift was the first major
contribution he and Jane have
made exclusively on their own.
KUVVAKI) SII.WIIM)
Meetings Scheduled By
Workmen's Circle Branches
The Workmen's Circle Branch
lixi-i of North Dade and Broward
County, will hold a "mimes nite"
in its meeting room at the Wash-
ington Federal. 699 NE 167th St.,
North .Miami Beach at S p.m. on
Wednesdav, Kate Mansdorf will
le the hostess (
The Meytr Londoi. Branch 28
will hold Its final meeting of the
spring-summer term at 7:.">0 p.m.
Sunday in the Washington Fed-
i ral at 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Entertainment will
in by Maurice Chasen, mandolin-
ist. and Jewish humorist Sam
Wexler. Admission is by letter
only.
Ballet Company Auditions
The Miami Ballet Company will
hold auditions for dancers 14 years
ol age and over Saturday, June 6,
at 2 p.m. in the Miami Conserva-
tory, 581,S SYV 73rd St.. it has
" This demonstrates how strongly
Although still under close ob- we believe in the Mount Sinai
Medical ("enter." he said. "I know
most of the Founders believe the,
same, and I am grateful to them bee" announced. Girls must bring
for honoring me with a position their toe shoes. The Miami Ballet
in which I may translate our col-1 Company was founded in 1931 by
lecMve belief Into positive action." Thomas Armour.
servation. Shapiro today outwardly
is a picture of health. Two d rys a
A,, k on the golf course at West-
view Country Club keep him tan
and trim, and he still is a vie
president and director of his com-
pany, a major producer of paper
ind plastic disp isablcs, in addition
to the cones ind straws, which is
listed on the New York Stock
Exchange
Most of his free time, however.
is devoted to Mount Sinai, where
lie has been a Founder since 1967,
serves as cochairman of the de-
velopment campaign and was re-
cently elected vice president ot
the board of trustees. As involved
as he is in the latter two posi-
tions, however, he considers the
Founders his primary interest, and
is looking forw ird to his tenure
as chairman.
I feel this group represents the
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. May 29. 1970
Number 22
23 IYAR
Cash Can Mean The Difference
American Jewish students, like their parents, are find-
in Israel new sources ci their Jewishness, if on a dif-
:eien: level. Applications for at least a year of study at the
Hebrew University are so great that only "A" students are
being accepted. wh more than 1.200 enrolled in the last
academic year. Teachers have also joined the flow and 65
American professors, a number of whom will remain
permanently, were guest lecturers this year.
C:ie result of the depressed American economy has
ceen the slashing of U.S. government funds which have
cccounted for 70 percent of research expenditure at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and if new patrons are
not found this can prove a disastrous blow to Israel's
growth.
Of even greater importand one over which each of
us has control is the slow-down in cash payments on
pledges made to the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Cash now. as Chairman Robert
Russell points out in an appeal, can make the diflerence
between life and death for Israel. Every Miami Jew must
realize that this statement is equally applicable to him and
that payments must be made now!
How Many Lessons Are Needed?
The commandant of the Treblinlca concentration camp,
where 700,000 Jews were murdered, pleaded not guilty
last week when he went on trial in Germany for his mis-
deeds. His defense is that he "acted under orders."
Last week Ch. 2 presented the historical play. "The
Andersonville Trial." detailing an incident in American
history which took place more than a hundred years ago.
During the Civil War 15.000 Union prisoners lost their lives
in the notorious Andersonville. Ga. prison camp. The de-
tense of the commandant, who was put on trial, was that
he "acted under orders."
For Americans anguished over the reports of genocide
by our troops in Vietnam the play had unbelievable im-
pact. Captain Wirz. the commandant, declared over and
over again that he was simply obeying orders, thcrt he
could have been shot lor treason if he hadn't obeyed,
listening to him, we heard the voices in today's news on
television; not just an officer of the Confederacy but an
officer in our present-day Army. At one point, the presiding
;udge shouts that the trial cannot be postponed into the
next century. It is already "the next century.' and in the
Senate of the United States men c:e till debating whether
is country should sign an agreement against genocide.
It has been said that those who learr. nothing bom
history are fated to repeat it. How many lessons are
needed to teach us mil responsibility for c :>.:: men's U>SS
and the ds-humanu icts o! war?
He Spoke For Those Who Couldn't
Unlike his counterparts behind the ton Carte.n I
Chief Rabbi of Rumania apparently has the boadom to
speax. On Israel Independence Day he made it clear
he was speaking on behalf of the 100,000 Jews in that
Communist nation when he said, "We are looking at Z:on
with love, with longing and with a boundless attachment.'
He also spoke for the silent in Russia. Poland and
Czechoslovakia when he said that the State of Israel has
not only given a home to millions of homeless Jews but
ha rendered to all of them their Jewish dignity and pride.
To this add a new consciousness for many who. because of
the anti-religious, anti-Jewish drives in their nations had
almost forgotten their heritage.
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of the cold Impersonal Instil
turn of tii it ty than th 11 l
n diacuassng the I
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logue in many ways hi-
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funcfiona that onv>' ware the
responsibility ind atrength >t
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Page S-A.
Hospital Board All Israel Shares Families' Anguish
Hrengthens Team
lapiwintment oi Alvin Grahl-
tliroctor of Mount Sinai
1. and Sidney Goldin as as-
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\ Goldheig
Sidney Goldin
director, has been an-1
by executive vice presi-
Gertner.
itions were approved
ard <>f trustees, Gertner |
strengthen and augment
linistrative team of tho
|j and enable him to devote
me to planning and develop-
bf the proposed Mount Sinai
|1 Center.
[i iberg, who has b^en as-
director at Mount Sinai!
pasl two years, came hen-1
J:-aJy Memorial Hospital in
where he had served for j
and a half as ass;stant di-
For the previous five years
been administrator of the
hoapitaJ and director of
ision of Hospitals and Wel-
lIHjlk County, Florida.
pi -it of a B.S. degree from
University, Goldberg also
tificates in hospitaJ ad-
ration irom Georgia State
pity, \tv personnel manage-1
om the University of S Kith
and in public administra-
(wii the graduate school of
I'niversity. He has served
I iculties of both Florid i
|m College in Lakeland, and
Junior College in Hartow. |
[the author of several publi-l
vU-aling with infection
II. and with the community j
pi', s responsibility to the in- j
GnkMn, a native of Balti-
| returned to Mount Sinai as
it director in December,
19C8. He had served on its ad-
ministrative staff for three year*.
prior to four years service as as-
sistant director and then associate
director of Brookdale Hospital.
Brooklyn. New York.
Mr. Goldin holds a B.S. decree
from the I'niversity of Baltimore,J
and a master's degree in hospital
administration from the Medical
College of Virginia. Hw also was'
the recipient of a certificate as a
registered medical record libr
awarded ) the U. S. Public Health
Service Hospital in Baltimore, and
a diploma as a resident in hospital
administration, from Mounl Sinai
Hospital of Chicago.
Both Goldberg and Goldin arc
members of the American College'
of Hospital Administrators, with
Goldberg serving as a Fellow of
that organization.
Summer Ballet Set
By Conservatory
The Miami Conservatory has
scheduled its annual Summer Bal-
let Course from June 15 through
July 24. according to an announce-
ment made by Thomas Armour.
director. The graded classes, held
daily Monday through Friday, arc
for dancers ranging from begin-
ners through professionals. The
advanced classes will offer ballet
technique, variations from the
standard ballets and supported
adage.
As a professional dancer, Mr.
Armour lias performed in Kurope.
Australia and North and South
America. The Const rvatory's co-
director, Robert Pike, returned to
Miami after performing with the
New York City Opera Ballet and
has been a principal dancer of the
Miami Ballet Company in addition
to teaching at the Conservatory
Interested persons are invited to
call f r further information.
(Continued from Page 1)
Franc*", pointing out that the
tragedy came only two days
alter the Council adopted a
"grossly one-sided resolution"
condemning Israel's incursion
into Lebanon hut ignoring Leb-
anese terrorism.
A L'.N. spokesman issued a
statement in behalf of Secretary
General U Thant Saturday, in
which he declared this "deplor-
able attack" has provided an
especially ominous warning as
to what the future may hold if
decisive steps toward ending the
Middle Fast conflict are not
soon taken."
Shock, horror and revulsion
was expressed by Jewish and
non-Jewish li aders throughout
the nation. Statements denounc-
ing the ambush were issued by
spokesmen f. r the B'nai B'rith,
Anti-Defamation League, Hadas-
sah. National Council of Jewish
Women, Synagogue Council of
America and New York Board
of Rabbis, among others.
"This sickening action by a
left wing Iringe of the guerrilla
movement, c:m only revolt civi-
lized men everywhere and fur-
ther discredit the entire Pales-
tinian cause." the New York
Times declared In an editorial.
The American Jewish Con-
gress, which was meeting in
Washington, DC. for Its bit n-
r.ial national convention, adopt-
ed a resolution calling on all na-
tions to "go beyond proclama-
tions and refuse to give sanctu-
ary or immunity to terrorists."
Leaders of the Canadian and
World Jewish Congress meeting
in Montreal for the Canadian
Jewish Congress, also expressed
grief and horror, and Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. World Jewish Con-
gress president, criticized the
Israel government for failing to
ask for an emergency meeting
of the Security Council.
A cable signed by lour Lenin-
grad Jews and offering c ndo-
1. nces to the victims' famili- s
was received in Baram, a settle-
ment near the homes of most >f
the victims Sunday. It express d
honor at the slaying.
The Council of Student and
Youth Newspapers in Jerusali m
sent cabk s to Secretary General
U Ihant at the United Nations
and UNFSCO's director general
in Geneva expressing "profound
sh( ek" over the murder of chil-
dren "our own age and young i "
An Israeli Mission spokesman
said such a move would have
been pointless in view of the fact
that the Council has not 01
condemned Arab aggression in
Israel's 22-yi ar existence.
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May 29. 1970
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Page 7-A
WHAT TO EXPECT IN NEXT 50 YEABS
L _
iociologist Predicts Changes
coup1< s in the- future
their famillea to two
Hanheim Shapiro, noted
\y sociologist predicted
Iress to tlii- Women's
of the Jewish Family
.,,> Si rvice which held
in the auditorium of
Irsh recently.
made by Mr. Sha-
^as n Miami to attends
. ired by the JFCS
pi Miami Jewish F* der-
n.oiv negative than
I iii'i'i' acl
. in a critical pe-
Shapiro declared. "If
ex. ral B' nerations. Com-
( waj to predetermine
will go I see an end
lifi as it has been for
ii ral K' '' stions. Som-
li-._ will become an ac-
, ,.; in. ;is 'like a eka
hippie c ommune of to-
forerunner of what will
loi TOM
government and voluntary as;cn-
elcs (UclaiKl. "It's ttw feeling of
togetherness wanting to share
MANHtlh, jHAPIRO
thi kids who gravitate
[, : .ire those who
\|n riences, communicate with
I ui ierstanding, compassionate con-
. miwraries, which is the motivat-
' I iiifi factor thai attracts itianj ol
... are empty, vac-'our young to communal living."
II free lance socio- The adull society will continue
Insult anl for businesses, its trend toward retirement in
[certain anas Mr. Shapiro said,
i ainl what are now small centers
populated with senior citizens will
bceomi vast retirement cities as
the population continues to live
I, ngi i. due to i cience's continuing
si ait ii lor ways to lengthen the
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more in accordance with agi."
Strong r and belter birth con-
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tion laws will become more flex-
ible and sterilization of males will
become prevalent, Mr. Shapiro
said, and the couple with more
t.ian two children will either he
considered unpatriotic or having
poor taste. He also foresees an in-
crease in homosexuality, accept-
ance and incn as d use of drugs in
accordance with Oriental permis-
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more for belonging than for the
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groups will stick together. The slo-
gan "Black Is Beautiful" has suc-
ceeded in instilling pride and a
si nse of belonging in the Negro.
Mr. Shapiro, who i- a Fellow of
the American Sociological Associ-
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Liebman Guest Speaker
The Israel Numismatic Society
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Pcea S-A
*Jmistffk**09r
Waas Elected Beth David
Congregation President
Mr well Waas has boon olocted Norman Sholk. Morton Weinberg-
pn i*nt of Beth David Congnw ST, tivasurvr Lowis Stemshcin.
t :or the coming year. Jack Km- assistant trva-urvr Bert Saul.
financial secivtary -Mote Tendrieh.
recording secretary- Jerry Sh-
MAXWIU WAAS
r chairman of the Nominating
i i has innounced He
I v slab >f ofl icera wi re I
. the congregation's annual
ind ;11 be Lnsl ..'\ w.t'i
it.- Board ol n at q
, (hiring the late F
! s tbb ith teiikoe in the sane-
i > on June 5
N'r. Waas
1943. A i
1. (tended thi I'

. \ de Tee He -
i iredited it Uv Si il
F la. Hi i d h *
i gel. and U
, n in id Beth David
w.i.i- has headed hk rn
.ng firm gjnee 1963 ami li
i nt of the l lade C tunty
c u : ol Hi. Florida Inatitul
i tied Public Accountant! H
nt of th.' Y.M
y\ \ ; Greater Miami.
.-.< tlati i era elected
b< ic annual meeting Includes
i lent Maxwi LI Waas
i lents S im
R iprg, Henchel Roaenthal,
ECmmer, K berl Tr i
vin.
Seymour Friend, who has l*en
i of Beth Da* d Oongrega-
non for the past two year*, wm
elected chairman .>: the Boani of
Trustee*
Kershner Elected
By Tiferelh Jacob
i: ibbl Maurice Kfc In, pull
leader i>f Temple Tifereth Ja
will officiate at the installation of
!' i\ it 7 IS p'" In
the temple. Mr. and Mn TV d
Ungaton will host the Oneg Shab-
l at following the n lei in
n i ry of Mrs. Lii il
! rotl
T m ilab for 1970-71 Incl
Prank Kershner, president; Wil-
liam Sydeman, ami Marvin Reich-
irnthaler. vice preaidents; Mrs
| Richard Grossmai secretary, ami
Mrs Ted Ungaton. treasurer.
Mrs Loo Gehan was elected a
trust,'.-; the board members l be
died include Jules Brill
Leon SUverman. In Callman. Si-
. Preundli
Mn Morria Greenbi r and "
Sidney Schull M< etingi
be hold the
...... Y ol
.
PatrokAbrmB^
Residents Of Lebano.
Temple Menorah Students
To Receive Diplomas
Nathaniel GUi k u i lirm u
th will pn
diplomas t<> itlng
irnin Temple Menorah I
School durini; tho sr\i,,s at tho
n Saturday Th-
response in behalf of the class
will : given h\ Jonl Weinstock.
The itudi nta In Uv gra I
ksi an Abram Berens, Gi
Blank, Leonard J Paulino
Kandel, Roberto Olemberg, Flor-
Pozo Jamei
Simsi in Roxanrx Sobii Harvej
Ann Wein-
ami Join Weinstock.
JOStPH f. lUCKHMAH
Zuckerman Attends
Zionist Federation
Joseph I' Zuckermai Southern
n pn k ntative and i '
: the Coordinating Commit-
lei of Gn ah r Miami la Mia
it. i.i the Zson it Fedi i ation
takl place In Philadel-
phia tins ai eki nd
' i '\ i ry J- w mast adopt the
log) of tho Zionist Federa-
tion's new plan" Mr Zirkerman
ared Th- Zionist Federation
will speak in th-- name of great
and noble kk ,;> it will aoeak in
: all tho Jews throuch-
the world who ire stretching
out inkind, pi
.i ind isting pea
"Tho Zh ii r Isation h is

. 7 wai rheri
n with

k "i J< i and
Jewii it i
t will t- ab t sen I

unit.si in
Zioi
Mi man wh
\ .. add t of I dUu:
'. Pai bai ni 1 i'-arh.
has a m mta
than 500, ws
27th w rld i a is
held m.
(Continued from Page i-A)
late Sunday. The Beirut news-
paper An Maker put the number
i ao.esa.
During a visit to Avivim. De-
fenae Minister Mosho Dayan ; -
1 that if tho LsbaiK -
ernmanl does not consider
obligated to restrain t n
>n ;ts territory. Is-..i
the Job,
Ho d.d not dtaclose I
of tho new defense mi
is- taken, but sources said I--
trati gj will includi I
brrroi Isti to th- ir
h further behin I I
t than they
:- i |*i rhnat to i r it
ne no-ma,;, ^,
border wrlr5?'
exphS.'a
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th, blactelS
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Trust Iu The Lord Is Vital
. I. \lll.l UMKUi: UI.UN
JVinple TUerHli Jiirob
'he, n > .. ib Sabl
I alien fi oni J i
\ *e 19 '<> Lofd
Ul.l ll\\ Stl
hoi. I
Kabki Klein
I ni> re-
ig In the
I
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p t ei 1-'
>'eis -7 Bo
l Ashei
. I SSI
is the man that
In the
i .- '.i i-
the i
- .!
Iiun toappai
. ;.) "answi i -
.
. I
'.. Prophel Th
- : s c uM not i I IMC
--. m "b j
t their fa
s. in the typi .....cs th >
wo If i -' i : > y ;
mbl\ uru
hat s a nil b iv<
than tli. > -
s w ho trust !

: ..

Fran :
ninci." Tin
tl th* c mi le :>iin
; does not I k< i niui t i
nee in b
i tr. .: p oplc ivith .
in comfort-
>li than tfa thai h '\i
B it bt tin iv Meters the
itti i n ita is it alao Buarantee
oont titni. nt fui raon
11 > j meni .>; i :. !
*Ve .i- clergymen !i ippcn to
ow .| imher oi i
i' rich people. I
kit man-
, in _>'! i>> husband .ind witt
. ti pa '. Uu tnbined earn
js la k. tp ih. : he ids th ivi
i i so s i Us tied. s,> ii.![>:>
lb. nk Qod p irt of
vocabular) __^_^
The oaXCerence la in either the
i i in s,-,| t ite >if mind
vhich Incidental!, la thi main aub-
ieel ol the Torah Portion of thi-
i -.11. ,1 thi "To h.ich i '
\'. no I
0 ba< much bul It is no i"-'|.
thet i- Iw t *"h
jaa : hi c n'l Uw i efot et>
ioj th b| > nB his (i as. *4on
He newt '
i! ;; I r Ol
the I -"'>
1 am tided ol \rt\
British shoe iesman wh i
ethei t v.. \iu. a

tl
| w thai all
natives were I '"ll
I
\ |y h '
>!hh Con Lng hon i bj nl ship."
The An
| ii' entl) ca
hi. b ca Nol id) '' irtn tl
Send .in.' million d tiri oi;
Icet wide oo"n '
V B Tuch H i sever" Bles-
i the man th it trust '
nan h i h
1 tlook on life
the*
i '
-. M rk T
..f ih.- storm nt
I ;
through one h. ad
Single' Time At The T
Tin- Young Singlea Club >-M
wire to hold a squan danee at 8
run Thundav in the vmvwha
of Greater Miami, s'iOO s\v sth
^t a praft sM.mai caller baa own
secured f>r this < vent
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CAN0LEII6HT1N6 TIM!
23 IYAR 7 43
By RABBI SA.MI BL I. MIX
-Mima -. ih** wynmimi
"Nebiiel." iui-mii?
The ^ ui li-.!! apt i sail n "Nebach
gcnerall) meana "pjoor think: it
comes fi" r. a -l n .< word "N>
bogi which i^ a word used to ds>
'i >; elea pet i m
ui.it ta .i "M huUra?"
\ Mi shulach" ..- Yiddish a
Ion i. fei ring t i an tgent
h ta a 'it h> an Instituti m I i
iss. i e funds t Is < iu*< The
u i c imea from the Hebrew
'to s. nd" and thus i asjesh tlai h"
\i.is ^"it It nftci) :
l that tli-s.' trawling emu
x
w.i naided t.'an plac to
The) were often the
in t\> th Ugh
iund th< leu
ish woi Ul
Wh.it i> a "Mee Sheberaeh?"
A \l Sta i la the t
b) h huh one refers t the hi.- -
b ia inv ked bj one pe
ither Th" tern -in.il'.v
the first : i wnnlj the bl
formula, i "llnj He
I Nsui^ is usuall)
ed l.i.'. the
ih. I.e.. ll r .i
I tl
ih from w Mch .i
tlon
l>l< -.-ink: invuked in I >r
: : ': Bait) f hh
a essing Uch la
invoiced for a p ton u ii i haa -
-rKf.,.1 n. >f b such as
one who la ill. or one h4w h
st>ecial OJPOMBMI coming up In his
iii' ihe new born cWld the motb-
n who just ggve birth, the bar
mitsvah the bridegroom etc At
i f.visi hie*i has a rd
character such as a wadding i.
a cirnmu ision least, etc this
Messing ia invok
GeaeraJljr, .i ikmatian to chanty
i- mentioned In tl' conn*- of the
blessing so th.it these i' .. tlaflnll
virtue b> bbWim of wtueli the per-
oWed a. rih\ .. this
bicsaing Either the oontributi
plcdgrd coming frocn the
-.>: h '.- '. .>! Ia ..notl)<"- in bis
behalf
I Ittiion Is Held It
The new ofllern and board of
direeton for the 1970-71 t. rm
1 1. elected recently bj the con-
gregatlofi <>f Temple Eton, u has
Ixvn annum 1
Merle StoHr. who was elected as
its pregident. Mill ayacaea] Dr. r.. r-
n.ml Lieberman, wtah is ret
nit. 1 serving three y. ..is m that
insitian.
St Mini; with Mi. Sidle will be
Dr. Stanley Cannon, Michai 1 Slot-
;.i. k and Q raid W.mm. k
; i ikh nis. <;. raid Laub, tn asm -
11: H. n s. h ctati 1 flnara Lai
I'tuy; I". Jan JacobL recording
a cretary, and Dr Jordan il u
I s, ri tat >
Reubj n D Ledi raian w aa 1
head T. m; Ii Zion
\ii n'a Club Assisting him d 1
the 1870-71 ti 1 ra will !>< I
ui< nta I.. : ard
hair. ):. 1 and Jack Pertig
Men's Club will hold bt
v TemPfe Zion
Norman \ c''*^
Ikader?^^]
ui U,J|
I
icfcolorsfcip Reciiie,,,
a. .Won '
I
I
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTIOH
Behukkotai
t;.t's punish ; : t '. -.
into exile
"Bul it ye a I
the land Into dcsolil Ami
the nationa (Li 36:14
Bl HI KKi > l A1 1
conunaukhnenta and do them; 1
s. .is.111 and th. 1 ind sha j]
field aha ... Y shall
have Dough anil dwell il j
n s; <-t unto v :-l
will estabUata My covenant
> 11 M> atatub 1 and t
\e shall not 1.. all My con A
...In ..i|
you w ii; I icatti r ar' ong thi
award aft. 1 >.i :. ai d >"out land
they ar' m the Ian.I of t:. reject tea
to break M) covenanl with them; for I am I i
. These are the statut.s and ord
Lord made between Hun and th< 1
Sinai by the hand of Moses" iLevitu -> II
Thii rr<-ountiug; ol thr Wkl> PartiM ol the U i'n|
l jnd Ui-mhI upon The Graphic HMorj i Um Jeat* Hmw'
edited b> P. WoMiu*n-Tjiiiir. SI". |.uMish.-.l t>> sh^nr*ft
vulume is ..x.iil.iMe nt ': WTiliaiu *!.. N< "fk V N.i.h*
dent ui tlir sasskfi] daalittiiillat the volume i> Jo--)* vkha
r^elicfioiis v^
'3
crvices
Mr- I..
: k.-1
f- -i A V A T SHALOM CONGRECA
"ION 995 SW 67th Avf Orthodo
.1 itor Morrit Barr 1
--------
HE EMES ?S33 SW 19h Ave
IonMrvSI v c.intar Sol Pakowitx 2
--------
H AM 1T6MPUE' i50 N Kn.
11 D- S Miami Reform Rahtv
-Hrrijert Bauo'oard. Cantor Maiu-i
. 3
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E-'TM OAVID :$?<> SW 3rd Avf
-onifrvaiivr Rabbi Soi Landau
tor William W Lipion 4
I '
I
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Tl .
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luirhid Ui and Mn h.
i I llrnwli
BETH EL 400 SW I7ih Ave Ortho.
c R- bl Solomnn Schift 5
I. i m Sii uM -. .i in
EETM KODESM 110- SW l.'Ih Avc
rfodrrn Traditional Rabbi Mai
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickson S
i, I
W Mu I I 1I..I1I 'ur t.. v
Portt. I I .i ..
- \\ all Ki -in
BETM TOV iTcmpIci M38 SW 8th
St Conservative Rabbi S.min
Apr.l Cantor Seymour Mmkei B
M
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. u 'i ,i' T
A 1,1
'
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
M iml 137 NC Hth St Reform 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot
p in >. t in- i
\-k AI. ui Ju l..i-m '
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 2Sth
St Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
Drum Cantor Nathan Parnatt 11
OR OLOM (TEMPLE) 8755 SW iBth
St Conservative Rabbi Ralph Gi
man Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
r'l dl
\: i/i. h Mi. bai Mr
/\.i/'/v'ihV.)/ *Jel*
evtsion
v.
r&yranta
Maj :tlv'h 1. B The l ite
i otjac Th. Pi ..hi. n. nj;
. ratoi i. er C Pit n i
'. a) ei. n McKlhhi i tor,
nioi i 'itizi na < nb ra ol D intj
Panel RabU Ralph P Kingley, Templi Sinai of
North l'a.ie. Dr. H Wii. > Scott thei
John N. v ins.
Will lie K.run Sunday. July .".. al :t:.UI r.m. on ( h |
Ha) :hq ll
Host Rabl David I
Mi ich
Ma) IICh The Still Small \
Host Rabbi David Sh emple Sn.ai. Hollywood
TIFIHETM ISRAEL SSO0 N Miami
Ave Conservative Rabb. Ralph
Cam i 14
TIFERETM JACOB (Templet 51 E
4th Ave Mialeah Conservative
Rabbi Maur.ce Kle.n IS
: i .. .;
i a
i ... a h tinea "'
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Millar Rd
Conservative. Rabb. Norman N Sha-
pro
ii
tal Robli laavl
|i
II ,;
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BETH MOSME CONGREGATION
13*00 W Oi>ie Mwy Conservatve
Rabb. Joseph A Gorf.nkei Cantor
Ben Z on Kirschentaum 35
AGUDATM ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodoa Rabb. Isaac Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodoa
Rabb. Berel We.n IB
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ae
Orthodoa Rabb. Shmaryahu T Bwi
sky Cantor Maur.ce Mamches It
BETH RAPHAEL iTEMPLEi 1M5
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabb.
David Raab Cantor Saul Breech 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE 4144
Chase Ave Liberal Rabb.
Kron.sh. Assistant Rabbi Jerroid
Levy Cantor David Conviser f1
will
Hrra \', .
.
( n H
M.-
BETH TFILAH 93* Eucl cl Ave Or
thodo Rsbbi Joseph E Rackov
HEBREW ACADEMY J*00 Pnetree
Dr Orthodoa Rabb. Aleaander S
Gross -5
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 'S3T wash.ngton Ave
Orthodoa Rabb. T.bor H Stern
Cantor Meyer Enoel
KNESETH ISRAEL 115 Eucid A.e
Orthodoa Rabb. Dav.d Lehrf.eid^
Cantor Abraruim Se.f
--------
MENORAH (TEMPLEi T0 75th St
Conservative Rabb( Mayer Abrair
ow.ti Cantor Nico Feid" J"
i
'I ii
NER TAMIO iTEMPLE' 80th St and
Tatu." Watervassy Conservative
Rabb. Eugene Labov.U Cantor Ed
vaard Klein 2
JLDEi 'EVPlE "
e va =-..... ">'- "" I
ZAVOB* -EVP.E ^;'-"?f||
,-d B-c*8r
sr*eT"te"!-e *J
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CL BAN HEBREW CONGREC.ATION
AJinngton Ave Orthodoa
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig ?3
EMANL EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash.
mgton Ave Conservative Rabbi
.mg Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
-
,i in i
I Inaj J M
ae. .
OHEV SHALOM 70S5 Bon.u Or
Orthodoa Rabbi Phmeas Weber
man *>
SEPHAROiC JEWISH CENTER s**
Coil.ns Ave Rabbi Sa<. Nahm.as 3'
CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM 15*2-
44 Washington Ave Rabb. A Ben.
Hillel J-
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E Treasure Dr
North Bay Vllage Conservative
Cantor Leon Segal 3C A
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLEI 10?5
N E Miami Gardens Dr.ve Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmskv
Canter T.bor Moses
BETH TORAH NF H4ta St at I'lh
Ave Conservative Rabb. Maa L.p
schita. Cantor Jacob Renxer 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL '401 NW '83rd St
Conaarvative Rabb. Charles R.
Canter Jock Lerner.
SINAI iTFMPlE. of NORTH DADE
18*01 N E rnd Av-nu'R-'
Rabb. Ralph P K.ngsley
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s^v LAKE SsNAGOGLE '8151 NE
lth Ave Orthodoa. Rabbi Jonah F
Capian M
I Mel
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St Orthodoa
Rabbi Naftai. Porush
K.l.l (
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BET" El TEMMJI yfj
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I May 29. 1970
+Jmh9i ncridtar)
Page 11-A
ichberg Cochairman
if Cramer Campaign
|i: tfochtjerg, Miami nSott-i Israel is the major reason for mv
niicr and land devaloper.| becoming Involved, for the first
ln announced Ma accept- thne, In n Florida political con-
1 test," Hochberg sold In his an-
nouncement At a time when the
fate i I the Jewish state hangs in
the balance and |i illcy In Wash-
ington can determine that fate, it
s : n|ierutive that m-u w
count on are returned to the C in-
gress of the Unite I States.
"TV St. Petersburg Rep
can's suppp irt i : Israel has i> -en
coi t( -'i and forthright." Mr
: loc'ib rs s lid, "Last January as
the m ist re 'onl intan he intr i
I Housi Res iluiion Ts;
c tiled foi th C ingi I i affirm
longstanding U.S |
din ct, f -in-: I'.nti ins be
twe 'ii the n i of the na-
!\ I .i- r onlj path to
an effeel term p -ac in
the Mi Idle E
' Time after I me the i
sin w s, ('ongres ;man C
nsl aid to the Arab R
ii. l in favor i: financial, .is we!
i- m lit irj i- .' irlir ':i bill which i! r .:l '
:' cni Johnson to negotiato th
sali if Phantom Jets." Mr. 111 h-
' said,
Xcii to he overlooked, Mr. II ich-
- iid, is Congressman Cram-
er's continuing fight to solve Is-
rael's critical water shortage. "A|
Hie Republican on the Public
Works Committee ho has been the
strongest proponent of tho project!
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bo. n announced. The class in Con-
versational Italian and French for
Beginners will begin at 1:30 p.m.
ach Friday.
The conversational Hebrew and
Yiddish classes taught by Cantor
Marchcin-Marbiny at the same
place and time are continuing; in
addition, a conversational Spanish
is being offered free each Frida.v
.i 7 p.m. by Elailio Mai tinez
In addition, formal classes In
English, Fn neh and Spanish at
the beginner, Intermediate and ad-
i'anc< d lewis are conduct) d fi om
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school under the auspices of th<
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a thi Dade County Board >>f Pu -
lie Instruction and the Engjis i
Center. The present summer ti -
mester ill continue through
Aug. 7.
Weekly drug information at I
ducation sessions arc conduct !
it the school each Wednesday ar I
. in,i day vening as part of I
Community School Drug Al>u-
I roject. Nexl Wednesday evenh
[ilms depicting the agonizing drt ,
I obll 111 Will Im' pi i s. lit. d. fi -
low< d 'e. a joint discussion Ii d i
;ston W. HiMiti r. Florida Prob
lion and Parole officer, and Bi -
i.aid Baron, director "i Re-Entn
i d the Social Sei vie s of Mia i
Beach
DAVID R. HOCHBERG
i
lild ii 1 ii''-: a' iter trea*-
I ilting fucil tj in I-
i ., I in su]; irl ol hi pi :' i ii I
signed to si Uize the Mi Id' E -'
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Mr. Hochberg de la i il that
C mgressman i ra ncr's l > ars
is a member of the House of R p-
., ntatives was a "Florida .issi t
ilmost the equal off our sun, f ir
the reality ol Washington politics
places heavj strss on seniority. In
n> belief that the Republican
'.tv cannol find a better m in
for the kind of support Israel
Is I have consented to act as
co-chairman of the Cramer pri-
mary campaign."
School Year Closing
Temple Judea Religious School
will hold its programs and festivi-
ties closing the school year next
week. The school office will be
pen from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. we k-
, s dm jng i v summer months
I, r r gistration o| all n ligious an I
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kisHhriU*r
Hebrew Home Names
Three 'Benefactors'
Thr.- Miami community CStfaeam,
who hvi given substantial hinds
t i number of civic agencies in!
past years, have horn named "ben-
efactors" i>f the Miami Boach Ho-;
brew Homo f.>r tho Aijod, Loon-
Zllbert, president f the Homo
' announced
Three $10,000 contributions by
Sam Kipnis, Harrj Zuckerman, and
Mrs Kate Meidenben will lay the
Alsop
t mtlnoed Prom race \- v
I .; fn the
- : Kren n*s h 5
: ,:
\V !
b The p es c4
nail w:!. be almost limit-
st ikei in the g tme, in
re than I
.- > the quiti new kinds ol
ska an concerned, moreover,
\- far ai these now ktadi ol
sks are concerned, morevover,
1 v., .v ir has nothing
lo with the cast
The wiser Soviet experts .,-0
d that there am two naa-
- .- vv!i\ ih. Soviets have start-
1 i new ball ime One is tho
enormity >! tho opportuni-
ty in the Middle Eaal If only
the United States will -tand
aside, whi Is* : ..- la fad
en to her knees or finally
rtroyed with Soviet help
n e other reason is tho ab-
rupt led ne of tho An er in
[in, from rrve-to-
ona superiority in Pfcasatsmt
Kenn less thai
tj today Anyone could foresee
of i iur m
to a S rVirt
. rep ted it
1. with
1 ..'.-
Wh the V ptnanv war
1 b;
ment of .1 kind of 1
ng ino liberal inti
' "i- > talk, nowadays, as
though the c >ld war were no
than i> 1 cold and a
bad cold, at that, which tho
I caught :r<>m Dean <
Thej argue that the
right way to di J a
- Is 1 > w .s'i ;!i, y were
not th' re
Tts j : h it in th
n they arc fac
w hose civil n id ' ind unanimously c 1

In Josef Sta culd-
20 mil"
lion fellow citizens. In sum. tho
I view
compounded 4
vanity and total um 1 ty
As i" the Nixon A Im nistr
I Middle 1
to date h.is been sfi ckingly
I Thsi is where the
tion has re -. I an
wrong; yet it has bet n .
!> immune from ait ick,
t far, because such n ttack
wc-.r I an idmisskm from
1 nti 1 thai they
i
their world
i
foundation for a $2.000.0.10 drive
to expand tho Hebrew Home fro.n
its present capacity of iso real-
dents to facilities for zoo persons
in tho South Miami Beach ares
which sorely needs this type faci-
lity and community center
The throe "Benefactors" will b.>
homin-d by tho Board of Guardians
of the Home at a community din-
ner, where they will be prei
ed with crystal 1 -uli't-
ed by Ralph Therrien, Miami ar-
tist u ho has I lost
art form. These busts will ptac-
01 in thi '. lobbj tht He-
brew Home when they w:ll in-
the 'Hall of F ui e at
tho 1! ST
im Kipnii 1 of th-'
un init) '" ". in) irs ;-
known :"r his support of rl
community f yean, is
wned for the fmai
al gifts he m ikes each Octa
on h-_s brrthdate Over eight)
years ol sge Kipnis is an Indus-
it h b 1 speti Is ora a eek in
N.'vv Jersey it his manul 1 '
p'ant and th- next week in M
whore he has an office in the Du-
pont Plan Center.
Harry Zuckerman L< veil
known restaurateur, who has n
in bus inass on Ifaimi Beach
over 35 years
Mrs Metdenberg, .1 widow > ,
dent <' Miami Beach who has
been substantially involved in
community activities and has
taken a significant interest in the
needs of senior citizens.
The I Is brass Home for the Aged
which has been in existence foe 15
ysava. Is d rected by Sidney S
Youth Parade In
Behalf Of Torah
Children tannins: in age from 5
o 15 years marched from Oholei
Torah Day School. 1544 Washing-
ton Aw.. Sunday in support of
1 he traditional Jewish way of life.
The placard-carrying children
in tho Lag B'omor parade Simon-
s' red by the school sang tradi-
tional Hebrew songs as they
march* d to tho Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall. A number of by-
standers John d in the staging also.
The youngsters won- taken to Fla-
mingo I'aik for a baseball game
ami picnic following tho march.
While tins is the first such dem-
1 1.stratum in the South, similar
ides Bl h< Id "in tribute to
Judaism" annually in such dtii
N a v> k w hi this > si "s
parade, with 25.000 children par-
ticipating, was the largest of its
Montn al and Los
'' p V as a 11 in Kng-
land and Israi I,
Fndir,
At the Fontainebleau dinner dance, conch
Hospital's 20th annual Postgraduate S~^ ^
right) banquet chapman Dr and Mr, y'^k
Mis. Alvin Goldbetg. Mr. Goldberg a t^P
Sinai Hospital, and Meyer Dor., and yt ? .
Auxiliary president. ** "*a *|
MAKHT ZUCKFRMAN

"In a time when the world is s,>
preoccupied with violence, demon*
strations. tragedy and student un-
it st. it is refreshing to sea Jewdsh
children marching t'>r Torah. Ju-
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'kwishrtvrldtor
Page 13-A
M
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M. B. High School Alumni Association Organized
Formation of the Miami Beach
High School Alumni Association.
-1 group whoso purpose it will be
(o aid the school by helping to fi-
nance its extra-curricular pro-
grams, has been announced by
Miami Beach attorney Melvin
Frankel. An organizational meet-
ing was to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the high school audi-
torium': '
The move was precipitated by
1 the success of two of the school's
Imports trams and its debating
t( am. which will soon he required
\ to travel to attend a national tour-
j riament. "This is probably the
reatest n&sM i'v<" heard sine-' [
became principal here." said Dr.
-Sol Lichtcr, as he s.-.t in on the
i format ion of the group.
Mrs. Harry A. Levy, (center) the
I c! honor at a recent dinner dence he'd
membership ci Temple Emanu-El, in
of the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
rael Emergency Fund campaign cf
eater Miami Jewish Federation, wer?
d for their outstanding contribution to
lr"!e. the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and to world Jewry. Mr. Levy and
his brother, Richard, are part owners cf the
Versailles Hotel on Miami Beach and are
c;r.:;cct3r with '.ho Conco:d Shopping Plaza
in Miami, and Oriole Land end Develop-
ment Co. in Margata, Mr. end Mrs. Richard
D. Levy, are at left: Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman axe at right.
do Judea's Officers Elected
IICHARD J. MORWfCH
Xl J. Horwteh was elected
as president of Temple
t Coral Gables for the year
[business man's
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Mr. H trwieh, a local attorney,
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Judea for IT yens. He is promin-
ent in Jewish community affairs
and is presently serving on the
executive committee ,>f the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Also elected were the following
officers: Albert Jacobson, Jack
Lander. Dr. Clifford M irks and
Sol Schreiber, vice presidents;
Charles Sokol, treasur--:-: Marvin
Levin, secretary, and Kurt Frank,
financial secretary.
Trustees include the Hon. Rich-
and Barest, Julius E. Barman.
Paul Rlau. Max Deakter, Louis
Easton, Owen Freed, the Hon.
Marshall Harris. Nard Helman,
| Donald H >mer. Harold Jaffer.
Norman Kasser, Ben Klein, Moe
Langer. Sidney Langer, Marvin
ulman, Victor Reiter, Howard
Prharlin, Irving Schwartz, Henry
Wiener, Dr. Fred Witkoff and Mrs.
Bernard Yesner.
Mrs. Julius Bearman was dected
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Rosenkrantz, Brotherhood presi-
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Fage 14-A
*kmistnrklk*n
EUROPEAN NiWSUTTt*
By Jim Collins
Czechoslovakia: Cells And Pens
i- t- (,. i,........... in ..iv., ii ihTt thoCzichs outsld. "I the parti .t-iiilishmcnt tereatins a* n
/ LMOST \ YK\i{ came to power in
^ Pi g (" i choslovakii i Con
i> | ,,i, the st< I meni that "th. n an 5,000
vacant plac in oui prlmi omblnaUon boast
.it uncomraun to politician* In despair
li to his govei rum nt'i
n not i solve polllh al i> oblema b)
itraiivi mi thuds and b) iru arts ol
i ing people over, persuading tin m ii
i Mm i d manner. Bui 111 averagi C^cch no doubt
about Ihc i-i'lls which are occupied
m i> little has i'i n hi ard ol Ihc th usanda of people
rated in Ihi two nation-wide police swoops \ i<:
y. u. And the Communisl part) has been Maul at
work removing the professional element from thi
judiciary, tppointing la) magistrates to all In jiulc-
II.. ut over Cacchs i>i Slovaks committing on. ol tin
hi iruy sins in the cataj giK of Communisl "crimes."
it is some consolation t" the small Jewish com*
m mit\ pi 10.00Q-il2.0aQ which live* its daily lit. In
apparent peace, occasional tension but little h
thai fii'I'/mS a IsMi ol the part) establishment
have known huu to Indicate their contempt of thi
i.in anti-Zmnisl gibberish produced in
pri ^ There Is in* i i i m nt also, >" tin
fact i i after tin removal ol writers and
Iheir allegceUaj, anil ntnliHahnii nt
hard!) anj gifted pens hi Czacbo-
s ,.-. k i Milling ti lend themselves lo a campaign
,i a ins I the Jewish community.
Most of tin- published cop) on Jews, Zionism
I i i m i dm to be imported, th* chfc i suppUet
ol inch comment In rccunl week* baa bean F. J
Kolar, Moscow correspondent of tlii Czechoslovak
Broadcasting System Hi la nol known as an out-
standing Journalist Howi v. i two if ins features on
the subject were pubMhed by Prague's leading
Communisl dail) on Iwo successive days, apparently
.it th. suggestion of the part) hierarch) The fad
that s. \ n r"U'iiii' half-pages were devoted to the
"Jewish problem" twice within ..'4 hours in as In-
teresting .,. the
published at a tim. ';' f'itnM
hi Pea .: :!'"V
'his;.
readers of th
We a" f" loneh I, ,, ,
.'.US,,,,, ^J
among the you. v ^\*mM
But then .;,
Central Ruropeai /"!
.in different Iron -*tf
'"'' '" '..... l|
Ji wish Interi atioi nl I. ; ,. u *i
i.si-.t-ot,!.- n ,s ,.,,, Rood to M wnu.TjJ'JJJ
J.wish world W< b u *nrT,iy
. to consklii tl ...
about an ores ."^"I
mnniti. s ,,f Centra ; -
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Impaled On A Cactus Hush
Ii H'Am INEVITABLE that the head
. \ : m- ri I
\ \
s spokesn n wo i "
;. i-.- i mff h s,- who
nentl; 1st a< 1 th light '
Vri I Shei s dealt
ting ii new
Impaled Oa \ < aetna Baaa
Book*, SS.95 th d ., hand inen might i
Israel Newsletter
By CARl ALPERT
Dear Moshe Da van
a lot ot" "fan mair is ad-
*^ drcsgrd to Mash* Dajrar.
tits daily mail bag includes letters
floin all |iaiUof Isia, I. Iiuin Ji Ws
,-itn i.. ui ami evi n ftaaa Amhs do
Hm othas side of the Itates Son*
of tlii m i it. is h i\. irqueata to
make, some express appreciation,
i \ ;. offer till* llki Um il"^
In the i tiit- ,i States who wanted, t.- send ham
; with a Mack patdi ovur <"i< eyt
Tin rti|!-. Bteem In which l>a>.in v.s h. Id in ttal)
was i-vid ',..1 b) the certtfloate sent to him from
l',inii a. attesting thai Im' liad been elocted an
h..ii.Hal;, in. oabor '> t'' Hoi) Rosary Society. What
:t,.ui< it v" strangi waa thai "us is a society oi
Catholic nuns the owner ol a raring stabli In
\ ma wrote anal be had namod ins favorite norsi
Moshs Dayan. and n had bten winning racea i
..i. but said outhing about sharing the proflta
|.i\. I
a SO
Bat in- the letti i which i
in luat from Arabs, i >ne su< h i. ti. r, wi Uteri by nn
%-' b rrskienl "f the occupied Weal Bank who
he could nol sign his nan* tsi.ni>. ,,i hia v
atanct As i Palestinian I writ* to you
because I think you will understand Certain!) you
' \i cl ite with the is.a, l govi rn-
menl in \i, w m the praasurea h i othei Arab
.. '.tn. s We an puppi ti in their h nda i nd wi
kn n thai the) an n .t n all) knti i nu n I-
fare The trouba at thai you Israelis havi not yet
clai .i Inb ntions with reap cl lo thi fut
ol .' st \'-< k, and 1
Arab boots thai th. ,
ollc) t >v rd th
Aral, si iti s v, i ,lai|
answi i. d h rroriam
had strut k A p Into t h at
'' '! ver; irov n In Hail 11
been anawn nd w
'" '
It nl)
,'"'', Im would have gotta ri I
ot then all. ii nun. d i am ,,,,,1,^,,,, W|
arttled oui differencea amiably Mow-
ever, I think you havi iroaaed thi tnala
Sincr id. i. tt.r was unsi -in i Dagnaa sonkl not
repty ami bj ihad do ligtit on what in mkjbl haw
said, bad there Im-n a return address
w .'it who i rd ol i deft p ml in I
lie was ind ., rnmenl ol Iara< I
Hi t oui try in 19 man
i b th recip foi i fan!
,\ h now h.-sit ite!' With
kenl his I n hiklren ur I
none of whom could <]> ik
nv* IN ro ml ,. the build ng of h n ho i- In
.. villa tli sh th II dil tween Tel
v prove* that the i u n I
I ihc a nt't. r I His e\i- ci with
ui with the bankei m his attempt
to chang< hia nera nal account over to a (otal iceount with
his wii. u.iu'.l havi made lessei souls shrivel
The book has is shortcnmii nvtlmes the hutnor
s forced but most ii overlooked b.cause
ithor hi- made ii all sound "hmsnisrh" word not
- \ aranshlt d Hi h is not mlnimi?f
adjiistnaent. but li .i/ilii\ t. aas thsough raaaHOOsored
tses, viewing all problem.. n.s soluble, pi as hi posses-
': i. ;y.. ithougB ha navnr montions iti i*iihl>
, picture uhicti lt.s al od l> with n-porl* from others
1 nl n.-e.-,\ for the successful tattagpav
Uon "i the Sherman family into laraali lift hihI their
S3) .Vroc-n. ails n t.. Israel s WSJSJ the de-
ter v nation ol b >t.'i hoslx .i Sherman must be a veril able "ashaa rhaytt." Ttv
i. ill D I .t. .s :.,.; n:..i- :..i egf>cialb
in i! i>: tlu-lr parxnt.' uratMnchutg pursuit o(
their ajoal. The* I ictora m it possible :,>r tlv authoi
to write l knew that U -; to be in bansel and
th it im had indeed coma bonv
Whik ti- s :,.\ v..- iv ., firm h and
- nol h. -u .!. to recommrnd it t tti s.. who are pre*
umI : ir on encounter with n.;..t burenucrnc) and ki-
te ml i tape p,.t ." i ra< saints or heroes
if the army and all Nr,. dn ool regard thomsi
of I W Wagon
Panefoma:
As We Were Saying: By ROBtRT L On]
Erosion, Nol NedJ
B
|i I out.
Ih.it t
i ..
en i'i
'v at|
r. ot!w
I .... .... i ..nl .s segri k'aiwr.'
si.mm, i B| Kooncmit
turnty throw s a th ol id owa a
. onducl a hich n -..: I in I
"youth progi ims wl .-;.-, l'suMai
tivitlas only an not itherunadl
luiig-ti mi ii.-. da ol h." So no i
be im incoming I
In t: : fight I lesrgi eati B
which was ordered 16 )ais ago. Annnasi
witnessing a grievous rxa jolitieaH
si..ii ol tlic rights a-- B) our Cotsti
A bra > an agt. hly-ptand snitl
listed th.it our public scho s do not .\Mtci
locJal butterfues of tl < Judnas
loundul harsh beeg inafat tinvtt
nuniU-is .if nmii.-rat. ready to scogl
Suprame Court's ruling !' t e find tvsn|
losojihy is aacribed to al IgbsH kvtlaf
.t.ns
i-n poucsea oa tin' car. ol uh f.-il.-ralgseag
Th.- rleciaratioti of John 1 -' **1
ant to tin Preaklent foi lw -,:1 ""rl
was opposed lo the Inti ati i N'C-jji>I*I
pupils In the imbli -. if it ':-:
,; imii-is, ol misii : '' races a.iJ ^1
unprow o*ers I rdui iti -**1*!
M.ms Ihnl tins is c os. ent^nst
Thi Constitution th i and to
inixmaati rs- they i : '**
niaranton ol th.
.wry .i.l Hi Th. \ ~
puiy s. aa a fre. ;-
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
\ Great Breakfast Problem
*
A>s III!-. is
" beio
lea. Niw York
I.I.. ; .,', il In
I
I 1 ;
1h. I. I- | sf ||
at th. ". > \
and ti"
. )it
s will d tim.

Vork up
tim tin.. diaappi ared
At an. lira. N. Voi k was
i,. h in dailk i th. ;i..u n,
Journal Sun, Tl .i inn nd Ana ri-
te name a i. w but U is thi
" on in n.ws|.ai is th Tril
Uu-Herald and World wtiun an
maaaad the most, outside of in.
tabloid, th. Doily Nsjaaj, the N.
Vork Tinv-s in the only surviving
morning daily.
11 ot people are a.
. st.. ii ,i i n ading n m m i
IPbt with thah breakfast In the
i s..ii.. ii > \i.ii have lo
hat i panel You open it and i
st,,i) about I'' itan i*ou an
Immediat. ly You won-
I
nd I better w h. n you
1 lo ai
.li ni> In 30
an sti ikini Anotta i it
- -a ii. ing bomb-
ihl the coil i w ai
Hwhat Mat lint now ii tastes
i iti i Compared i" the n. am b
: the coffi t t. Kcellenl
If the Tim.s disappears t.M>. Ma
people will vlill have iadu> but
i.iii" juajt donl go with break-
fast. Nothing is so daadasdagj to
th. appjrtite as commercial* In
the ne\vspa(ier. if you want to
null tin' advertui-nents. you can.
,.
w.

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pap 71. its*"!f
smart w.-rk..* < *\ ^
iiq w ion >"J<' yv
too smart.


29. 1970
+J*MKirUri t>aqe Y5-X
OTICE UNDER
iTIOUS NAME LAW
P|S HBKKBt GIVEN that
md, .1-irinK Ui I ngage In
61. r the flctltlottli namn of
I 'aw ,i 1080 '''."h St.. Bay
&. pla. IS1M Inland t-
name with the Clerk "f
,.,,urt ,.f Dade County.
| rf.ciitsciiafff.R
'.; RBCHTSCHAFFER.
rife
FKI.DMAN
,. tppllrant
in .-
:, 23-29 */5-1S

JOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN thai
., desiring to injin'' In
r,i,.- Hi.- fictltloua name of
E;i VSS MIHItuR COP
iy 11 |6S W. 29 th SI
i.' to n g|ter i"1
, nf the Clrculi
,y Florida
ISI AHRERA
IENRY LEONARD
ARD
Hla-
name
i 'nurl
s -1:
If
NOTICE UNDER
riTPOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY CJIVEN that
,,, desiring to engage In
1. r the n.Uiifu- ruune "t i
OS JCVBNIL LATIN"
IN \ at I0O10 S W. 7:' St.
intends i" register mid
h -he clerk of the Circuit
[i. County. Florida.
fcMKI. BBJARANO
"^ :. :'i-:!i 7.-12
NOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVBN that
I. desiring to engage i"
Hi.' fictitious name of
Al. ANT PROFESSIONAL
j corporation at *i7
phtg Miami, Fla. Intend-
., i name with the Clerk
nit curt of Dade County,
l(\I. AND PROFESSIONAL
Ivi" ES i'1 'HP"'RATION
1.1.K'T CESAR. Secretary
:. it-M it r.-i?
>he countvy judge's
Irt in and for dade
4ty. floridain pro-
BATE
No. 86389
Ml of
ink < I >B MAOPIONO. also
CATH BRINK UAOPIl )NO,
(I
>TH'i; T>i credit* 'Its
Creditor* and All Balaam
Claims t.r Demands Against
i r.liv notified and r-
--lit any laims ami dl -
have against
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICkf
"Pop why do they hide the Choir?
Are they ashamed of them?"
Copr. 1968. Ooynu Pisducli-ri
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersign..!, deairlng to engaffe in
business under the fictitious name of
REX S'H'TH :il I0M "!i| h St., Baj
Harbor lala ids, Fla. Intend to regls-
ter said nam. with the Clerk of the
cin-ult Court of bade County, Plor-
111:,
Sole iwners JACt nt RBCHT8-
CHAPFER and HELEN (I
RECHTSt 'HAFFER. his Ife
NEI.Si'.N K FBI OMAN
Attnrney(s) for Applicant
1135 Kane < 'oncourse
Miami, Pla.
:, _: i. 5- 12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ili. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of II Milan: MANOM al 9741 Baal I"... v
Harbbr Islands, Florida :t::ir.4 In-
tend(a) t" register Bald nam.- with tin
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadp
Count). Florida.
Sole Owner RENNER CI4NIC
POl'NDATION.an Ohio corporation
c/o James Birch, Treasurer
I570 Mayfleld Road
Mayfleld Heights, Ohio 44121
NEI.Si'N A: FELDMAN, ESQS
tttoml y(sl for Applicant
113.* Rnne 'oncourse
Miami, Pla. 33154
I 3 29 J 5- 12-19

UGAl NOTrCt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 831*3
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: Estate of
Rlli'HA 11 LEUCHTAO
!>.. eaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given ih.it l
haw- filid my Final Hnport ami Pe-
tition for DiHttibutk/n and Final Dla-
. luirc aa Administrator. C.T.A.,
!> UN of the estate of ItllOT>A B,
LiBt'CHTAO, deceaaed: and that on
the "Hi day of June, 1970, will apply
to the Honorable County .ludgea of
Iade founty. Florida, for approval
..if said Final Report and for distribu- '
turn and dual aiacharee as the Ad-
UGAL NOTICE
7
Florida Statute*, III I
In th.. County Court-
I'.id,- County, Florida, with-
1 ndar months fi-m the time
-t cuhii.-atiou hereof, or the
1.. barred
it Miami. Florida, this .'1 day
1A I' IJSI1
HOMER 1> MAOPIONO
As Administrator
hnibllcatlan of this notice on
cl.iv ,.f May, 170.
II1UTTV
for Administrator
Id IIIiIk Miami Fla
;, 29 ., .. I 2 -19
NOTICE OF ACTION
)E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-882S
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Km,
FlL
Id
ST II..
1I1 in unkin 1
lt\\" S'l'll.. are hereby notified
id' 'omplulnl for Dlvoi 1
filed UKatnat yon, a'nd you
. 1 to ri rvi a copy of cour
or Pleading to the Bill of 1
nt on the l'laintiff'R attorney, ;
[KWITNBY, BSJ 4Jii Lincoln
.hi peach, Florida ami I
..il Answer or Pleading In
of the Clerk of in. Circuit
I or before the -'9th day of
0, If ynu fall to do so. Judr-
.i!t w ill be taken aKainst
th, rt iii 1 demanded In the
'omplalnt.
lotii-e >li ,11 lo publlahi d once
k f..r fnur tinistiutiyt weeks
JEWISH PI >i:l|iIA\"
AND ORDERED at Miami.
this l.Mh day of May A I'
II LBATHBRMAN, clerk.
i! Court, 1'ad. Counts, Florida
By: I SNEEDBN
i>. puty Clerk
t Court Seal)
KWITNBY, ESQ.
loin Road
Hi bi h, Florida
for Plaintiff
r, :: ji 6 :.-i2
By: EDWIN M tilXSItl"R<":
Attorney
11." s W First Street
Miami. Florida .13130
5 r.--"J-.'? -i
th.
I.u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE IS IIHHKllY UIVEN that
underaigned, deairlng to engage In
._ iii.ss under the rictltioua name of
I ILTINAMERICAN FBDBK.4.TTON OP
i-OMMF.miAI. PROPERTY 'WV-
1-ntS INC. at BM Congrean Hldg.
Miami Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court nf Dade County. Florida.
I .ATI N A M ERICA N FEDBRATK >N
1 iF CUilMERClAL
PROPERTY OWNERS INC
By: Y< 'I ANl'A c PEREZ,
Se. retars
. 29 t S-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-1697
s \\;i l.l. ABRAHAM S'lll AZER
'""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" Rnd VII !' l,,v
tng ci.nn- or I' m.itid- \galnat Saiu
'' v'.'n are hereby notlf ed and requir-
ed to pres.nl an> claimi and detnanda
whi.-h ^"it may havi agalnat the es-
tate of SAMI'KI. ABRAH \M S< H
i.a/kk deceased late nf Pole t oun
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-8372
ACTION FO DIVORCE
DIETER H. TIPPE
Plaintiff.
MAMIE O'HAOAN TIPPK
1 N 1. ndant
TO: MARIE O'HAOAN T1PPH
42 Abbott Avenue
Ocean drove. New Jersey
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tnat an action for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are requir-
t .1 to serve a COny of your Written
defenaea, if any. to it on TAI.IAN-
OFF* WALLER, attorneys for plain-
tiff, whose address is 420 Lincoln
Road, 'ixml Beach, Florid? and file
the original with the clerk pi the
above styled court on or b.;fore I"
June. 1970; otherwise a judgment
mav be entered against you for
j the relief d.mand.d in the complaint
,r petition.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.k for four COnaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.olllDIAN
1 WITNESS my hand and the seal
of s;ii.i court at Miami. Florida on
this gth day of May. 1970.
B It LBATHBRMAN,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad. 1 "ounty. Florida
By: L SNEBDBN
As Deputy Clerk
fClrcull Court S. all
TAI.IANOFF & WALLER
ISO Ijn-'oln Roan,
Miami H.a.h. Florida 33131
vttorneya for Plaintiff
:, 13-22-29 H .
NOTICE r.XDKIt FICTITII 'IS
NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the umlt ralgned, deairlng to engage
in business under the flctitlouii
name of JARCO at 605 Lincoln
Road. Miami Reach, Florida (Dade
Couniy! int.-ndts) to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
J & It INDI'STRIES. INC
Jerry Rader. President
iRiCTT.UlD A fTROSS
; Attorney (s) for J & R INDI'STRIES,
I INC
m:. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
,-,':!i S/5- IL'-H1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-9291
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l\'A .1 IIA.M.M,
Plaintiff,
Vs
FRANCIS F HAMM.
11. ft nilniit.
Ti' Mr. Francis F. Hamm
1:111 al Route No. 1
Box :t4
Hurlcon, Wlaoonaln :.::"::.'
You FRANCIS F. IIA.M.M. are hei -
by notified that a Bill Of ',., .
plaint for Divorce has 1.....n III
agalnat you, ami you are requlr
id aerve a copy 01 your answer
li|. ndiiiR '> the Hill of 1 'omolalnt
Hi. piniintlff attorney, PAl'l. KttT-
NEY, ESQ. 480 l.iniidn Road, Sui
B10, Miami Beach, Florida and fi -
the original Answer or Pleading n
in the office ol the Clerk "f the ci -
cull Court on t.r before the 59 daj
June l!-7" If you fall ta do s .
Iudgem.nl by default will t" t..
iigalnsl yon for the relief demand I
in tin- Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publlaheil 01 '
each w.-.k for four co-.iaccutlve n -
i" THE JEWISH I'l.HHIDIAN
DONE AM' ORDERED al Mini
Florida, this 22 day of May A
E B I.EATllEHMAN.Clirk.
11. pals ierl
Circuit c,urt. Dade Couniy, Florid
(Circuit court Seal)
By: I. SNEEDI '
PAUL KWITNBY.BSQ.
120 Mm "In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
-. -J!> '. ". 1 -'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the und. rsicn.tl. desiring to engage
in l.usi.iesK under the fictltloua
name ofMNC'ilN MAI I. ART|
CENTER at 942 Lincoln Road, Miami ,
Heath. Florida MIM Intend(s) to |
register aald name with the Clerk }
of the Circuit Court of Dade County. '
Florida. I
ART-WOKI D DISTR1HFTORS. tSC. |
By: JOSEPH FISHEI.SON. Prealdent
RICHARD c.HOSS
Attoriieytsi f..r Art World Distribu-
tors, Inc.
90S Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida .13IW
.-. 29 '. '.- 12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih'e unaeralgned. desiring to engage i.i j
business under the fictltloua name of
EA8TCHE8TER APARTMENTS at I
:i77"-:"> Baal Bay Harbor Drive. MOO- 1
:." East Hay Harbor Drive and \K '.
98th Sir. .1 Hay Harbor Islands. Flor-
ida. S3T54 int.ndtsi t" reci'ttr v:,i,l
nam.- with the Cir.uit Court of Dad
NOTICE UNDtfl
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN" tl t
the undersigned, desiring to engap -
In businosM, und. r the fictitious nan
of IIIAI.i:\ll COIN I-AUNWUES t.:
I 107 Hialiah Drive and I3>8 Pal a
Avenue, Hlaleah, Phi intend to r--
1 glater -aid names with the clerk "
I the Cir.uit Court of Dade Coun'..
Florida*.
E. STANTON l-.yoN
HEI EN I. KYON
.It'SFI'H H. YOUNQ
Attonu y for
E STANTON ItVON
HEI.I.X I- IIYON
5 ^-t:,-::-.
Plorlda
Sole Owner RENNER CLINIC
FI TNDATH'N.
an t'bio corporation
. .. James Birch, Treasurer
>;7H0 Mayfleld Road
Mayfleld Height*. Ohio 44121
NEI.S"N" FBI DM IV RSQS
\ttorneyfa) for "ipnMcant
I13S Kan. Com ourae
Miami. Fla. HSir.4
:, 29 ; :.- 12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-8472
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STANLEY SAFE VICTOR,
Plaintiff,
LENA CAROLINE VICTOR,
I i.f. mlalil
TO: I ENA CAROUNB VICTOR
7?t Mont.-lair Drive
Clavmont. Delaware 1970a
Y..u. LENA CAROLINE VI'Tf '.
are hereby notified that a Bill ol C01 -
plain) for Divorce has been til 1
iigalnsl you, and you are required >
serve a et.p\ of your Ansu.-r or Plea -
mg to the Bill of Complaint on t 1
Plaintiffs attorney. PAUL KWI"
NEY, ESQ., 420 IJncoln Road. Mia--'
Beach, Flon.1.1 and file the nrlgln-il
Aiisn.r t.r Hit ailing in the Office t
thi Clerk of the Circuit Court \
or before the lMh day of June, 197''
If you fail I" do s... judgment by ri -
I fa lilt will he taken against you f -
the r.li. f demanded In the Bill f
Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published 01
each week for four consecutive we. I
in THE JEWISH FI ORTDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mini I,
iis llth day of May A. '.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1285
i RE; Estate of
ELEANOR II GOTTLIEB
' 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ill .I All Pers
Ha\
Against S.i.'I
l.AZF.H deceased late m tjaoe ^-"" dupllcat. and as provided
iv, Florida, to the Counts Jndw- of ..,;j ,(. ,.-.,.,.,,., s,..,,... ,
Dade County, and file thi "" ,... I;. the County Co
Section
their of-
of
the
:10th
4E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
| AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1863
GEORGE T. CLARK
Estate of
IBTH W. BEKKEY
"d
.lunllo ite and aa pi" ,!' ;;. I 11. Florida Statute
i. ,., ih. Countj Courthouse hi
D.1,1, County. PIbrlda, within
calendar month- from the time
the first publication hereof, or
sam< "ill be barred.
Dated al Miami. (I. r da, thla
d" "' ^HAE-lVs.!H7.%ZBR
david sciii a/i:i:
As Ex. 1 111.as
F.r-t publication of thla notlc.....I
the "th il.iv "f Mi'V. 'MO
U:,.NoviTZ. sli VBH a. BOOTH
Hv MAN K SILVER
Attorney f'"' Baeculor*
908 Ainaley Bldg Miami. F a
Po Ml Credit
hi claims 01 Demandi
' ,'.'' are herebj 1 otll 'i ai d nuir
! ,1 t,, p.......it ., i\ claims and de-
mands which vou mio hav. againsl
-.,,, .,, Kl EANOR H coT-
1 1 11:1: ,i.......1 late of Dade Coun-
I'v. Florida, to thi County Judges ..f
I 1 Mile County, and Ola the same in
^ 1,1, ,i in Set iioi.
their of-
urthi>use In
Bade County, Florida, within dx
.! n.lar months from the time ..1
. 1 iaii.li. at ton h. reof, or the
tame will i" h irred.....
(v.ited al Miami, Florida, tin.- 24th
* '' K?S'B WEINBERGER
A- Bxeeutrl*
Pleat puhlii atlon of thin not
.... i...h day of May. I MO
M M ,iil,M H FRIEDMAN
\tt..rn.y t'"i i;\. cutrlx
. S '" I'll l Stl eel.
Miami. Florida 5 ;. .,,, ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-U25
In RE: Ft.itt of
llll I 'A V \\ H.ct i\
I......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
>ll 1 .. ditorn .i' d AH Pi rsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl s.ii.i
Eat it-
V,.u are hereby nol fled and requir-
ed I,, present any claims and demands
which voa may have againsl thi es-
tate of llll DA V \\ II C'N de. is. .1
late of Dade Cntrnty, Florida, to the
County Judges ..f Dade County, and
file th. same In duplicate and as nro-
vitletl iii Section 733.10. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dad. County, Florida,
within -'\ calendar months from the
time of the first nubllcatlnn hereof
or the same ill b.- barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 19th
day "f May. \ D 1070
\\ Al 1 ACE N MABR,
KNecutor of th.- Rstate of
nil DA V WH Ct X. Deci asi tl
First publication of this notli......
the 20th ii:n of Mav. 1970.
MAI.I VCE V M M'R
Attorn, v for Rstal of
llll D\ \ WH COX, Dei d
105 I',,.,... ne Bids
Miami. Fla 33130
Phone: 379-2671
-. 89 6 5- 18-19
Florida,
1970
i: II
Circuli '
Clr uil
PA II KM IT NEY
LBATHBRMAN. Clerk
ourt. Dade County, FI01
II) I. BNEBDEN
Dt outy "lerk
III' Se.lll
Ijn 1 il...
Mian 11
Bond
h. Florida
.1 plaintiff
'. IS-22-29 H
g-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGVS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-..
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1110
m ri: Estate "f
HARRY MYERS
De, 1 as.il
NOTiCe TO CREDITORS L *7 ,^"'^0* Hav-
Creditors and All Persons Ilav- To All r.....*" V ".-Jnat S' "
laims or Demand* Against Sai.l tng Claims or Demandi
1 are hereby notified and requir-
"nt any .lam. and demands
yu may have against ui. ca-
lf KENNETH \V BBRKEY
ed late of l>arte County. Flu-
the County Judges of Dade
and file the same In dunlle-
id as provided in Section 7M.16
Statutes. In their Offices in
linty Courthouse In I>ade Coun-
ritla. within six .iil.'ndur months
time of the first publication
r the same will be barren
?d at Miami. Florida, this 15th
May, AD 1970
EVB1.YN L BEKKEY
As Executrix
SI I'.iiiii, atinn of thla notice on
'2-nd day of May. 1970.
IS. KAPI^N. PDKTER.
"SON A KENIN
for E\...-uti IX
W 1st Street, Miami. Fla.
r.,^^-29 t-11
Ktu:ir. hereby notified -jfrSSgSL
Florida j
Fl'
of
Me the same in dupjl- at.;
provided in Bectlon W '.
In their offices
in the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1714
(John R. Blanton)
In RE Bsta.....f
M \ i:\IN S PAI KEK
'""'nOt'iCE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persona Hav
,.g ."aims or D. mauds Againsl Bald
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed t" or.nt anv .laims and demands
whieh yu ma) hav. wmlnjt the es-
tate of MAR.V1N S PACKER de. as-
,,l in, of Dole County. Honda, to
the Count)' Judge* of Dole C.uuty.
and file tl....."> In duplicate and aa
lin.M.I.-.l In s..... '' ;, I ''."',:'
Statutes, In il- ;" '
lurthousr "' Dt.....viunty, Plo.
., .1 ., -ix calendar months
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the underalg dt -ring to engage
in business under the fl.-tilious name
f Al FRED FBINOLA8S, D.D.8 al
1.....1 itirii ltd. Miami, Pla Intends li
register -.ti.l ...me Wjt* th- Clerk of
the Cir.uit court of Dade County.
'1PE1NC.1.\S': HENTAI.
ASS x'lATES P \.
SPARBEK, ROSKIN AND
1IEII PRONNBR PA.
Am ro. ys for tnidlcnnt
loo N Rlsca) ne Blvd.
Miami, Pla. ,,
> B-15-23-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-8481
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.i (TTIE MAE BARR,
Pla miff
Mill IE BARK, .1 I; a
WILLIE BRl IWN,
11, '. ndnnl
Tt 1 v\ it.i.u: BARR, a k a
Mill IE BROWN
R.siib mi I'nknnxvn
VI 'l'. MM ME BARR, a k .1 VVI .-
LIE BRt\ N, are hereby not Hi 1
thai a Complaint tor Divorce h j
been filed againsl you and you a a
r, ..in., .1 s,.|-v,. .1 copy of roue
'nswer or Pleading to the Oomplal. t
tor IMvor "a the I'lain'ifl's attorm
RONALD I. DAVIS, ESQ., PA.. 4'7
r.is.aw" Building, 19 W. Flagler
Street, Miami Florida SS180. Phoi
379-2951, and file the original Ansv "
or PU adina In the office of tin 1 "le :
of th. Circuit Court on or before
the 12th daj of June, 1970. If you 1 i
to .1..... ludgmenl by default will ba
Mk. against you for the r.li.il -
in.in.1. .'1 in the Complaint for Divorce
THIS NOTICE shall be puldisli i
... each week for four <4> conaei -
live weeks in the JEWISH PI/>.
I RIDIAN. ___
1^'NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florit'.a, this llth day of Mav 19"
1: n LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
1 lode t 'ounty. Florida
Bj MARfH'ERITB KENT
Deputy Clerk
11 ri Ull 'ou'rl S. all
5/15-2J-29 -i '
tv i.
rlda,
th.
day of
Flrsl
miss****'
"- of Wbanu'Sybrs
First publication of this notice on
the S"n day of May. 1970.
HARRY W'RERNICK
Attorney for Rxe.-utrlr
il'l l.in.oln Road. Miami H.a.h
Florida 33139 |.jg.]g.tf
in. .r the flrsl publication
, il mime i.ill hi barred.
.,. Mtnml. FI irlda. 'ins th
Mai \ D 1"7"
\i \\ PACK KH
A Administrator
lUhllcallon of this notice 011
tl.. l.Mh da) I Ma). 1970
[...its LEY'INR
Attorney tor Estate of
M \';\TN s PACKER
Lincoln Road,
1 Miami Beach, Pla S
;, 15-22 ..... "'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fTTTEN th''
th, undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
.it OEonoE 1. Rand, md al IW0
Meridian Av. Mi.inn Beach, l'la.. in-
i, mi- to register said name with the
ci. rk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
Coun'v, Plorlda.
fiKKKOE RAND. M D P A.
KPARBER, ROSKIN AND
hei 1 BRONNBH P.A.
Attorn, vs for Ar-pll.-ant
1 .11 n 1: sea) "' Blvd.
Miami. Fla. 33132 .
:. B-15-22-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HERi-'.r.v c,ivi:n h t
the und. r-igned. desiring lo engage
111 1,11- 111 --. 111 1I.1- the fictitious nar
ol F D 1 IMPORTS at 4111 Nol -
Vvenue, Miami. Florida Intend*
t,. re* -'tr s.inl name with the Clerk
I iiil Court of Dade t'ouu'i.
Florida
FLORAL DE8IONS, INC. d b a
F D I IMPORTS
By: WU.IAM C. GREENWA1.D
SIIIRIJ5Y M'HM.E
i-j for
FLORA I DESIONS, INC.
i-,. 1. nli Road
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Ifewish Floridian
Florida Friday May 29. 1970
Section B
iddle East Crisis
genda Of NATO
. (JTA) A "NATO ,
k re has declared that j
glr Kast crisis is high on
id a of its Council meet-
Secretary of State
I". Rogers is in Home
[ meeting and has been
(preliminary talks with
fcr of high officials from
ions who are members
Eroup.
[ogera told the foreign
meeting here that Is- i
Jquest was being recon-
[and hinted that the de-
hay now be in Israel's
Rher U.S. sources said
ot likely that the United
nuld reopen a study of
ltl> r only to veto it a
|imo. The full review of
I r was ordered by Pres-
nxon after evidence in-
| So\ ii t pilots wire fly-
Mian planes on missions
fcpt.
lY'ik Times correspond-
fv. Middleton reporting
[ATO's headquarters in
declared thai NAT' I
sources are becoming
bgly alarmed. They be-
Middle Hast balance
[i iy have shifted as a
L>! the Soviet activities
( and are seriously ques-
|J-nn I's ability to defend
borders In the fan' of
i! Arab attacks on sev-
its. 'The ultimate qucs-
asked by authoritative
[sources." Mr. Middleton
is whether Israel can
the Arabs from widen-
|ar without sizeable re-
pent front the United
[including Phantom jets."
(George McGovern, (l>-
M convent ion last week
that an Administration decision i
to sell the Phantoms to Israel
would mean that we do not in-
tend to let Israel "slip desper-
ately to the razor's edge of sur-
vival and that we mean to exer-
cise our influence in that vital
area of the world."
State Department spokesman I
Robert J. McCloskey declared
he was surprised at the charges
that the United States was se-
< icily supplying bombs to Israel.
He said the United States "has
hail ongoing, project-by-project
programs of supplying military
aid to Israel for several years.
Bui I am not at liberty to go
into detail." Syndicated colum-
nist Jack Anderson said Presi-
dent Nixon's fiist hint that the
US might be giving secret aid
tn Israel was whi n he told a
closed door governor's confer-
i nee recently thai Israel was
Im ing helped in ways he could
nut talk about "Top Slate De-
partment oi.uials apparently
have been ki pt In the dark," Mr.
Anders.in wrote.
( il company officials, meeting
privately with Assistant Secre-
tary Ol State Joseph Siseo,
i warned him that military aid to
Israel, especially planes, would
severely damage relations be-
tween the United States and
Arab nations, jeopardizing U.S.
oil interests in the Middle East,
. the JTA has learned. Ten repre-
sentatives ot the Saudi-Arabian
based Arabian-American Oil Co.
and its four owners Standard
Oil of New Jersey, Standard Oil
of California, Texaco and Mobil
- flew to Washington from New
York and California to discuss
the effect of politics on their In-
terests, it was revealed.
High On
Council
Representatives of ARAMCO
were said to be concerned with
efforts to soothe Arabian nerves
in the Middle East and getting
its Trans-Arabian pipeline re-
paired. The pipeline, which car-
ries oil from Saudi Arabia to
the Mediterranean, was sabo-
taged recently in Syria, and
the Syrian government will not
permit technicians to come into
the country to repair it.
The ARAMCO officials were
reported to have told Mr. Sisco
that patching up diplomatic re-
lations and the pipeline can only
be accomplished if the United
States eased its strong support
ol Israel. '1 hey said they felt the
sabotage was a direct result of
America's support of Israel, the
sources said.
National Observer Article
Labeled As A 'Distortion'
WASHINGTON B'nai B'rith a basis for expelling B'nai B*ritH
last week labeled as a "distortion"! from its twenty-two-year-old stat-
an article in the National Observer, | us as an accredited non-Rovern-
a national weekly, which said the. mental organization.
Jewish service organization was
being used as a "front" for politi-;
cal activities in behalf of Israel
and Soviet Jews in violation of
"The plain purpose" of the Arab-
Soviet bloc "was to punish B'nai
B'rith for its effective support of
Israel and its campaign against
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union
,, and the persecution of Jews in
A B nai B nth spokesman noted asserted in his letter.
Federal law.
that the newspaper's "false charges
and innuendoes' were taken from
| pretrial depositions of a "dis-
: gruntled emplowee" without re-
porting that the same court re-
I cords reveal that every one of the
| plaintiff's material allegations is
| denied under oath."
A letter citing this "curious
omission" and the "false intima-
The letter also asked: "Is it
news to the National Observer that
the members of B'nai B'rith. like
Jews everwhere, have a deep antt
special spiritual affinity for the
land and people of Israel?" It cited
the Catholic Church's guidlines on
Christian understanding of the role
of Israel in Judaism, which (Je-
ttons" in the article has been sent | ciared: -jews have indicated in a
by Dr. William A. Wexler presi-: thousand ways their attachment
dent of B'nai B'rith. to the editor! to the land promised to their an-
of the National Observer, the B'nai j cestors."
B'rith spokesman said. Dr Wexlers letter also assert-
The letter, he added, pointed out ed that "B'nai B'rith is proud and
that the same allegations, "culled jealous of its autonomy and In-
' from the same source." had been tegrity. America has not and does
publicly rejected at the United Na- no; ask her sons to empty their
1 tions in February when an Ar hearts of ancestral memories or a
I Soviet bloc sought to use them as sense of common destiny." ____
XJ 1=1 ID I 1ST
iant Rally For Israel
Vieduled For June 8th
phan 3,000 Greater Miami
I .stage their largest Rally
el since the Six-Day Wai

Ok. ICON KRO.VISH
[on June 8 at 7:45 p.m. in
'mi Beach Auditorium. 1700
;Un Ave.
nass meeting wiH be held
combined auspices of
acl Histach-ut Council of
Florida and the American
listadrut Foundation, ac-
! m announcement ma le
Leon Kionish. national
t of the board of the
[It Foundation, and Dr.
S i in, president of the
ftorida C'>une:l
pant rally w.d celebrate
anniversary of the reuni-
of Jerusalem, which was
achieved on June 8. 1967 as Is-
raeli armed forces repelled a Jor-;
lanian attack against Israel dur-
ing the Six-Day War
Leading cantors and rabbis from
throughout Florida will Join in the
Rally for Israel: a leading emis-
sary' of the State of Israel vvi'l
make the keynote address.
Samuel Feinstein. chairman of
the board of the Israel Histadrul
Council, said representatives of all
other Jewish organizations In Dad.'
and Broward counties will be in-
vited to participate in the salute
to Israel and her capital city.
There will !x no admission
charge, and reserved seats an
available at the Histadrul office*
Suite 214, One Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach.
With more than 1,100.000 mem-
bers in Israel. Histadrul is the
largest organization in the Jewish,
state and provides medical services j
for more than 75 per cent of the
population of Israel.
Norman Kasser. Coral Gables
and Philadelphia philanthropist
and industrialist, will serve as
general chairman of the Rally for
Israel. He is regional eocha.rmin
of the Histadrul Foundation wi. l
Lou polter, Bay Harbor Islands
hanker and civic lei ler
Kasser is chairman of the Great-
er Miami Committee > Jy
Youth, vice president ws! l.\ of Greater >:''".' ;'
chairman of theMacca **<* -
Ish Olyrnplcsl Committee for South
Florida.
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Page 2-B
-Jen is* ficrkMiri
Moshe Gilboa To Address Graduates Tuesday
12*^,

The Hon. Motsst GHtXM. Consul
.I'liiiil ol I r.n '1. u 'I aiMiess the
-th annual community graduating
: iri bit, e in. .iion.il dta* *
the Bui
i .'xi vi la K
\w.t ,: w i b 'i b> Rabbi
tuvv l> -'!.- -1. .| p
. .n K.n-
!' ):.<
; tin Israel
Award ..'-. : .
; i. Jew incil
Vwanl the H tots Al-
A" : ''
S i ii Mi mm m\ Aw aid will I"' l"''-
Louis Schv
i M Miiir dii i
to those iaii
outstand
it*
Or be
!
i and m tnbi i it the Bureaus
*>oril <>! din ci -
- edbj theB
! Jewish Ed i i -n
, -
pilat |:.,,i. [on
nli l*uii- i Jam i:.. H '* h-
i nK-tt,
): '' '. Sha U r.
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m Knaafi T *l I u-
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. i,. nngrvcal
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David: Pram H
iii'-n 'i, 1 K.i-1.' k. k ir<.n-r
will be presented b> *., ^ffiS^rfiraK.
.mil '1 u. I 111..:.. till .1...'! I l lllll: I K.ll.l.l
I.- ... ,l J.IIH..I IKVI111 s|H>|e-, Kt-lh..,.,,, I.-.I,...H. .1
l>:irtmentS. .liia'K.'rtaft A\1 H-Tr- i,.r. ami ,i.,. <, \|.. 1U..,
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rtmerits. anrt'K.'rtwH Zvi H-tv- i..r. ami i MHi.,i-L> f'u.u-
direet-r o! the Central Hebrew *^%T{ ,7?X.T!'JZT\
iwd issooate <1ire*v kr T..-*f*rr*4WwT^-i......" k.u
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K .i.tu'H .^la.
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i.i'.'i ininr Uetinnan; .-.i
Mi. i .-
i II lllU-- Kr..| N ]
I tor RabM Baiaan :
T.mpi, Maaorah: M.,,, ,
' UliinV I ,,.,
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n..r...... \\,x.. Jatnaa i: .
: tna Bobl, ||
MOSHf GILBOA
les ol the Junior high depart-
' -' congn e ;i' nal
cho
Mr. <; : lerves as Com
* th.' Unite St ~ \-.v.i juris-
Georgia, Flonssi
*o th Ca ilina South C irouna
Wlab im .. Arkansas Trniam i
ri Tbe exercises will i>e held in
" ...... ... -., ,| k.i-1. Kn.nrtl K-
ii hriiviiann Kallroiim of Temple?eVaa* 1..11 ii.-.i-i i^is-.v v I .i
ta-nu-E Miami Beaah. Tuesd,j R*r!
7:3 Graduates Will :rt- Krai >. Joanlaa
iud.- :u students v.f the eenti ~ '
leorew High Semv>l ind 65 itu- < m
-us of congregational schools. "
Th' I eh .v ii be ledi-
^ixl to the 22nd Aanli n u j :
h,- si ,i. ,,[ [s, ; wn.. .
! :' Leor Z;ihrT.
wall president ra let j n.l-
hem in the He.
ir>-.\ Hi ..,
ttatement
<"r' ich ol
I
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Lsaj .--u^'i r
Kr*atn laraali <..u l
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Isi it true that the
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tlie 8audwioh liad
a bi mouth?
No. He just knew- good food aocf
was a na'urjl matchmaker.
Yoo car. be too.
Jutt put yw favorite
Mridwkh filling on my o* r!ie
Ai?gis B'^ breeds or
rolh. T-c/re baked in ar\
imported Israeli oven.

gust
ros.
It's August all year 'round

I


Sol Schreiber. (third from left) wno was
honored at the Temple Judea Israel Din-
ner of State, receives the Jerusalem Peace
Awcrd from General Amos Horev. who
was guest speaker at the dinner, as Rabbi

' Bapp :, letlj spintuai *
Temple Judea. Mrs. Schreiber sr.d
Lltraat, executive dTector of ths-*j
Bond orgonizcf.or., watch.
Tempting.
^B^ Very tempting.
Heinz Vegetarian Beans
make the diiFerence.
1 i q df t> foe..
I 4 and serve tlnm.
lous...tfa( tomgaO
saurc is to good .l
I /'.'r.-f. V *J ill m.^
- *.al of jppri\.,: >t
TrSI NIOS Ol OftTHOOCK
BH UI\(,RH, \ll..\s
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front ol thv. tab*.!.
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May 29. 1970
*Mt MtiffJb Fk>rdKf>r>
Page 3-B
tor Zvi Adler Being Honored On 10th Ai
universary
d, Cantor Adler resumed his j
formal musical education at the
Jerusalem Conservatory of Music. |
Rivlin, .nifi began studying with] where he majored in voice, har- ]
him at the age of six. His musical In"nv ail(1 musical theory.
I,. Emonu-El will pay trio- abilities, Zvi Adler came to the at.
ICantor Zvi Adler, on the tention of the intonation il',> fam-
of his 10th anniversary OUI cantor and teach.-r. Zaknin
,1, (he Temp'e. at the Sab-
nice this Friday evening
Cantor Adler, formerly
Jerusalem, came to Miami.
Lvannah, Ga. where he had
(for three years.
,.,. ol his natural musical! pendence, After he was dischari
i engagi'd as Cantor of Beth Hane-
set Hagadol of Hadera. where he
served for three years before com-
iiiK to tlic I'nited States in 19.T7.
education was interrupted while
he served in the Israeli army for
two years during the War of [nde-
At the aye of 23, Zvi Adler was
Cantor Adler and his Israeli-
born wife. Sara, are the parents
oi three children. Joshua is 15.
Nathan. 13 and Adina, 8. Both
boys are graduates of the Lehr-
man Day School and were Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Kmanu-K1.
Adina is still a student at the
behrman Day School. The family
plans a trip to Israel to celeb at '
Nathan's Bar Mitzvah with his
:i andparents.
^^^k''
Adler, who is celebrating ten years as cantor of Tem-
Emanu-El, poses with his familywile. Sara, sons
ihua and Ncthan and daughter Alida.
In Slat ion Hedge Is
. "Well Located Land In the Path
of Progress AND Land In a Chang-
ing j Improving Area" .
SUCH AS .
IMPROVED LOTS DOWNTOWN MIAMI
ACREAGE IN PATH OF PROGRESS
APARTMENT SITES BELOW MARKET
BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL SITES ALL ZONED
.-' I Ml' A ISO' LOTS Mow hi..u ii W
C 4 Zoning (l.e?s Than $5.00 a sq. ft.) (each)
7 \( III v Osias Jams in Area Terms
mo \IIIIS South Dado
Terms $2,000 Per Acre
IO \< HI'S ---- Kvnnndin- Area
Opa-locka West Airport 25% Down,
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5.3 ACgES RUM SHITH D\DK
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BID A Zoned Tremendous Buy!
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235 Feet Zoned BU 1
[ II .11 I M KOMI ar Airport
120,000 sq. ft. Hotel. Apts., Offices
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by ESTHER FEINBERO
below offer tempting new
ideas which the makers
of Hellmann"s and Best
Foods Real Mayonnaise
hope you'll enjoy. They
also wish you a happy To-
rah Birthday celebration.
Golden Fruit Coleslaw
1, 2 cup hellmannV/best foods'*
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons orange juice
3 4 teaspoon salt
4 cups shredded cabbage
2 cups sliced banana ( 2 medium)
2 3 cup shredded carrot
I orange, peeled and sectioned
Combine first 3 ingredients. Toss with"
cabbage and fruit. Chill. Makes 6 to
8 servings.
Cauliflower Appetizer Salad
I (1-pound) head cauliflower
1.4 cup hi llmann's/best foods
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
Dash salt
Dash Tabasco
112 cup heavy cream, whipped
Break cauliflower into flowerets.
Cook in boiling salted water until
tender crisp. Drain and chill. Fold
Real Mayonnaise, mustard, salt and
Tabasco into whipped cream. Spoon
over chilled cauliflower. Makes 6
servings.
Strawberry Patch Salad
1-1/2 cups large curd cottage cheese
3 tablespoons hi:llmann's/best
foods Real Mayonnaise
3/4 cup fresh strawberry halves
1/2 cup chopped pecans
Lettuce cups
Seedless grapes
Whole strawberries
Mint sprigs
lemon Lime Dressing (Recipe
below)
Combine first 4 ingredients. Mound
on lettuce cups. Garnish with grapes,
whole strawberries and mint. Serve
with lemon Lime Dressing. Makes
4 servings.
Lemon Lime Dressing
l/2cUpHFLI.MANN'S/'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons karo* light corn
syrup
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons lime juice
1 / 2 cup heavy cream, whipped
Blend Real Mayonnaise, syrup and
juices. Fold in whipped cream. Makes
1-1/2 cups dressing. (Hellmann's/
Best Foods is creamy-smooth, always^
blends to perfection.)
Cucumber Salad
1/2 cup in 11 mannVbest foods
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons milk OR water
2 teaspoons horseradish
1/4 teaspoon dill weed
Dash cayenne
1 large cucumber, peeled and sliced
Comhi-e first 5 ingredients until
blended. Toss with cucumber. Makes
3 to 4 servings for appetizer salad.
( Hellmann's/ Best Foods is real
whole-egg mayonnaise ... a joy to
use.)
Crisp Sprinf Salad
1/4 CUp HELLMANN'S/BEST FOQpS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons dairy sour cream
1 tablespoon vinegar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 / 2 teaspoon caraway seed
4 cups thinly sliced cauliflower
1 / 2 head lettuce, broken into large
pieces
1/2 cup sliced radish
1/2 cup shredded American cheese
Mix together first 6 ingredients. Toss
w ith remaining ingredients. Makes
10 servings.
Seeded Cottage Cheese Salac
I pint small curd creamed cottage
cheese
1/4 CUp HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup dairy sour cream
I tablespoon Mazda* Corn Oil
I tablespoon wine vinegar
1 teaspoon minced onion
1 / 2 teaspoon celery seed OR poppy
seed
1/4 clove garlic, minced
I cup diced pared cucumber
1/4 cup finely chopped radish
Lettuce and tomatoes
Combine first 10 ingredients. Chill
about 2 hours. Serve on lettuce and
tomato salad. Makes 4 servings.
Asparagus Appetizer Salad
1 pound fresh asparagus
1/2 CUp HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon lemon rind
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/8 teaspoon salt
Dash white pepper
Break off each asparagus stalk as far
down as it snaps easily. Wash. Cook
in boiling salted water 12 to 15
minutes or until tender crisp. Chill.
Stir together Real Mayonnaise, lemon
rind and juice, salt and pepper. Serve
over asparagus. Makes 4 servings.
(Hellmann's/Best Foods has subtle,
delicate flavor ... brings out the best
in other foods.)
Guacamole Salad
2 ripe avocados
1 small tomato, coarsely chopped
1/4 cup chopped onion
1 tablespoon hellmann's/ best
foods Real Mayonnaise
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
Lettuce cups
Peel avocados; mash with fork until
coarse in texture. Mix in tomato,
onion. Real Mayonnaise, lemon juice,
salt and garlic salt. Serve in lettuce
cups, garnished with ripe olives,
tomato slices or corn chips. Makes 4
servings.
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The I'.S. House of Repn senta-
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Larrie BUatiert. ov. r>. r of Blas-
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the quarterly board meeting of
th,' Jetrah Kunrral DtreetTS of
Aarnr*. held rvcently m New
York City
I m uit Oaart Judsr Milton A.
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RT Holds Annual
lanning Conference
n Florid i Region,
I. American ORT will
h annual Planning Con-,
A ,-.. .,! 9 a.m. in the
iund Town
,.| N. n>-<4i ;,nan, sor ol
i Mr. William Ki-jsH-
6J_'."> Prairie Aw.. Miami
.is be n -;' aduated from
.,,.1. Junior College with
lors, A:i .'dueation ma-
hael, who has been on
is I.is: everv aemester
enroll t rt M-DJC, will
ins education at the
h % of Miami. A gradu-
mi Be ich Senior High
vhere he was a member
: -::) m addition to
three-year track lett' r-
chai i waa elected to the
ta Kappa national hon-
ir.d served as recrea-
.i man.
and Mrs. Bernard Sutta
. are spending
Day weekend in
\ where they will
hoir si : Bllatfa gradu-
. < a' Duke Univer-
; for ih.- happy
; heir daughti r,
Mil Sfra. sutta's mother,
iliam Friedman. Elliott,
ati major specializ-
t r programming
- will !' the
rtifii ite in Ed-
is s his Bachelor
Kvorglades Hotel. Some 525 lead-
ers from 33 Chapters will attend.
Mrs. Sydney Kronish, chairman.
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, cochair-
man. have coordinated the plenary
session, luncheon, and work shops.
Plans fur the coming fiscal year
will be formulated in the light of
ever increasing needs for voca-
tional training Ivith here and
abroad. Mr-. Theod tre Zalles. Re-
gion president, and Mrs, Leonard
Pechenik, president-elect, the fea-
tured speakers for this meeting,
will discuss the need for communi-
ly involvement, and project plans
for the new ORT School of En-
gineering a1 the Hebrew Universi-
ty in Jerusalem.
ORT (Organization for Rehabi-
litation Through Training*, which
Is celebrating its 90th birthday
this year. Is a Jewish ovi rseas vo-
! cational training agency, with a
network of 600 schools and in-
stallations More fhin 57,000 stu-
dents are taught in 20 countries.
The curriculum ranges from
dumbing to engine)
Newly-installed President of the Greater
Miami Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women, Mrs. Norman Cohan (right)
is being congratulated by five new Division
Presidents at its "Installation Bruncheon" in
the Algiers Hotel. From left to right are
Mrs. Julius Friedman, Ccral; Mrs. Elinor Rob-
bins, Lincoln; Mrs. Maurice Green, Bay; Mrs.
Jules Cohen. Shores; and Mrs. Alfred I. Moss
South Dade.
Mrs. Barchan Named
Volunteer of The Year
Mrs. Joseph Barchan was named ; women enrolled in its volunteei
FOft RENT
!l I room. 41 st Street area,
I c nn. Private entrance and
I -ch ?r privileges.
Col' JE 1-5425
CANTOR
! tenor voic;, musical, mag-
d.i< excellent Bar
teacSer seeks position
find or tor Hiqh Holy Days
.uoth. Call JE 2-1036 or
1139 8 a.m. till 3 p.m. and
j.m all evening
'Volunteer of the Year" at Cedars
oi Lebanon Hospital's annual Ap-
preciation Awards luncheon this
week. She was selected for her
outstanding personal services in
nearly a dozen departmental units
oi the hospital.
Others honored lor their serv-
ices included Frank Perlman, 3.000
hours; Mrs. Doran Zinner and Mrs.
Norman Elson, 2.500 hours; Wil-
liam Davis and Mrs. Ruth Rosen-
>t ranch. 2,000 hours; Mrs. Gussie
Bernstein, Mrs. Ina Goldberg. Mrs.
Ruth Greenblatt, Mrs. Ted Lotter-
man, Mrs. Lee Ruhin and Mrs.
David Stuzln, 1.500 hours; Mrs.
Esther Greenberg, Mrs. Sam Luby,
Mrs. Rose Riegel Mrs. Byron Spar-
ber and Walter Sutton. 1.000
ioui s,
Pinner speaker S. K. Bronstein,
v ho serves the hospital as exi cu-
tlve director, predicted that when
the $30 million expansion pr
reaches its pi ak at Cedars, the
hospital will have more than L'.oiHl
corps. He predicted this numbcr
will be reached within five years.
"Mrs. Barchan is the ideal vol-
unteer who always says 'yes' when
called upon to help," Volunt
chairman Mrs. Norman Klson de-
clared.
In addition to volunteer work
it Cedars, Mrs. Barchan is an
icer in the I'niterl Order of
True Sisters, which supports the
special Tumor Clinic at VarU ty
Children's Hospital.
Mrs. Morris Blau (left) Chairman c? the unique Lobby Shop
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospi;al for several years, received
a Certificate of Appreciation frcm the Women's Auxi.crv
and S. K. Bronstein, evecutive vice president of the hospital
frcm Mrs. Byron Sparber, Auxiliary president, at the annual
Awards Luncheon held recently at El Batturo Restcurcnt.
Mrs. Emily Birv.baum, R.N., a
graduate of the Brcoklyn Jew-
ish Hospital School of Nursing,
has been elected president of
District Five ot the Florida Nurs-
es Association.
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Galbut Is
standing NYU
iclnatc Of 1970
1,1 I, Galbut. 21. son of form-
aim Ileach Councilman Hy-
Mr*. Bewle Gi'but.
First Summer 'Pops'
Concert On June 28

DAVID I. GALBUT
Roynl Pal.11 Ave., Miami
has been named outstand-
icuate of the University
, j New York University,
big graduation ceremonies
cek Galbut, who will alien.I
Hty of Pennsylvania School
Heine in September, will no
If or finishing in the top l'<
el i-s of approximati ly 550
aii--: in-inc recipient of th.>
i Foundara Day Award |
mi outstanding scholarship:
ii ;> in the New York Uni-
Chapter of Phi Beta Kap-
Hn on the Dean's li ten starting with his frasb-
war; bains nanvd a Uni-
Scholar represetilini: the
[of Klorula. an honor based
latandmt leadership and hinh .
rsliip; being elected treasur-
N. Y. U.'s student body
hmmt organization.
alive pf Miami Beach, David'
M the Hebrew Academy and
graduate of the Mesivta
tool where he was clas-;
rtoriun. He was a chemistry
. ai NYU.
Md'a older brother. Robert is
J'.eil student at Albert Ein-
JGotteee of Medicine in New
i One of hi* younger brothers,
this month completed his
n- of COttsge at New York
batty. The other. Russell
ktes from Mestvta "tow
cbool in June ami will at-
Eornell University in Septem-
HL rothcr. a praettetm? at-l
y. wo* reentry profBDlPrl tr
H"U of Captain in the U. S.
P..'verve.
WANTED SEXTON
Conduct daily services and
out of Torah for South-
Miami Congregation.
1443-2583.
Beat the drums, sound thel
trumpets, rim; the bails, and bow
the strings, th.' 1970 Summer
Paps" are on the way with new
ttraotlon-; geared t<> please both,
oung and young al bean on ten
onsecutive Sunday evenings, with
the opening night scheduled lor
tune 28. All concerts will start al
S.15 p.m. in the air-cunt! ii ion- 1
Miami Beach Auditorium. Seating
rrangements will continue the
Dormat of previous years, with:
leveral rows of tables in front of
the stage and regular auditorium'
sealing behind.
The schedule Is an foil iws: June
'.'S Edward Villella and Patricia
McBride will present three excit-
ing Pas de Deux from the Halle*
Repertoire.
July 5 -Rodgers and Hammer-3
ttein Spectacular Hits from sixl
muaifialn pi-ri->rmed by th-o"']
Metropolitan Opera Stars Judith
ETorst, \j> o Goeke and Gene Bouchrj
er and the "Pop-" Chorale untl-r
the direction ol Roscoe Speed.
July 12 Gilbert and Sullivan OH
!a carte .-performed by a cm-
pany of Gilbert and Sullivan
specialists, under the dkeetion ft
Alan Lokos.
Jury 19 A Bernstein-Gorshwinji
evening with Gershwin being re-
presented by b5s Concerto in FA
played by an exciting yum; plan
isi. and a Symphonic Synthesis of;
Leonard Bernstein's "W< -' Sidei
Story." three dances from "On!
the Town," and a condensed ver-
sion of "Candlde" featuring n sex-
tet of soloists and the "Popsj
Chorale." (
Julv 26 Jan Peerce, tenor -1
returning after a year's absence.
The program will include a num-
ber of operatic arias.
Aug 2Jacques d'Amboise and!
Co. prcmiering several excerpts
from the new Balanchine Cnon -
graphy eaMed "Who Cares" based
on Gershwin hit tunes,
Aug 9 Duke Kliiiv-t hi Pro-
?fam will ThoT;1 f." 's'.'.'v' >l HfS
more recent orchestral composi-
tions.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
All Jews Are Not
Opposing School Aid
Aug. 16 The Turnau Opera Co.
Di Fledcrmaus < 1 he Bal in
English,
Amu. 23 M iria Alba and C >m
pan) ol Spanish Dancers.
Aug. .".o The Dave Brubi :k
Trio, leader among the Jazz com-
bos.
E. I. Scheaffer, president of E. I.
Scheaffer, Inc. Miami advertis
ng and public relations agency,
has been elected vice chairman
of the Southeast Council of the
American Association of Ad-
vertising Agencies.
NATURAL
STOXE VENEERS
Display pnl include:
Zyrtaa Stone Watufis Coral
Hwtta-IM CimtTM Mist HlWl U(
ZYRIAN STONE ,i
D.iplor Hoom ond Ofl.c* ol
nil 0.i. Mwy., Hollywood
MMMU W-JMJ H1-1S4I |Dod.: tH-ilMI
KDITOR, Tile Jewish Floridian:
In view oi the widespn ad public
city being given to the proposed
legislation on s:ate aid to non-
[ public schools, and in the lighl
much confusion as to the position
of the rabl inate on the bied
I should like to take this m ins of |
clarifying my stand.
Although l am un iltcrabl;
posed tn anything that would un-
dermine or weaken the American
public school system one of th"
basic pillars of our democratic
society l am al the same time
fully and completely in favor
state aid to private and parochial
1 schools.
I see no conflict between th"!
two.
This is a land ol cultural and i
ligiotls pluralism and our country)
has been enriched throughout Its
history b\ the various cultural and
religious strains which have been
joined together in iis bloodstream
Much of ibis lias derived from the
non-public school.
I cannot accept the principle th it
strengthening the private school
would weaken the public school.
The private school and the parochi-
al school are dedicated to qualitj
specialized education. Of necessity,
their appeal is limited. Should the
child, who is Intellectually and
emotionally able to absorb this
special kind of education l>e penal-
ized and deprived of the benefits
of financial aid just because he is
not enrolled in a public scIvh>1?
The principle of separation of
church and state has been pre-
I sented as one of the basic argu-
| ments against the proposed iegis-
ration. The strict construction of
. this principle has in the past denied
' funds to prival.....lucatton. Bui
the problems of education todav
arc infinitely more d'fficult and
I complex than in our country's
i early clays, and a more flexible
position is vital. We are in reali
! danger of seeing private schooL*
throughout the count ry close down
completely because of financial
problems and we know that the
I public schools cannot possibly ab-
-orb the Influx. Quite dearly, our
: social needa and the wcTarc of our
. society will not be served by al-
lowing our private facilities t i
collapse.
With Hie enormity orpro'
we face today, our vital concern
- m!d b the suengthening of all
our ed nal syi terns, for our
future da] '' the extent to
h e tn Moid a genen tien
of it, thougbtfu] God-
fearii y >ung people motivated by
thktal and moral commitments.
I h we been incraaamgly con-
cerned because an impression has
been created n recent public I espOfld I there :-. one .lew -
ish position on this question,
o] position. This is not so. At the
annual conference of the South-
east Region of the Ral btraoi I
Assembly of America which took
place in Miami this week, the
u t v. as dl cussed at great
length and there was practically
unanimity >. opinion in support of
state aid for private schools.
1 d m't expect everyone to lai
my views I do want to mike it
clear that l do not stand alone.
DB. OWING t.KIIP.MAV
Film Being Scheduled
Films being shov :i at Greati r
Miami theaters include "The Por-
bin Project" and "Topaz." at the
Palm Spriii'S. Surf and Coral Way
Drive-in; "The Grasshopper" i t
the Miami. Miracle, 163rd Street.
Byron and 27th Avenue Drive-In;
"The Boys in The Band," at Dade-
land Twin 1 A Carlyle; "Loving."
at the Normandy, 167th st-e. .
Westchcsti r, Village and Turnpike
Drive-In, and "The Royal Hunt "t
the Sun" ojiening Friday at the
Mayfair and Sunset. "Airport" is
being held over for the 11th week
,t the Carib. "Oliver" is in the
Twin ii Theater at Dadeland.
Prof. Baum Reviews Book
Univetsitv- of Miami Prof. Kill n
K. Baum will review Eli Ben-
llanan's book. "Our Man in Da-
mascus Klie Cohen" at 1 p.m.
Thursday, June 1 In the party
toom of Seasons South. o001 Col-
lins Am.. Miami Beach, before
the newly formed Golda Meir
Chapter of American Jewish Con-
gress. Dessert and coffee will fol-
low. The public is invited.
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Rim Zelda Shift
Becomes the Bride
Of Bernard Klein
Ki\ BeMi siuff became the
1 n.te of IV rniml Klein Saturday.
Ma) Bi i" I p an ctramonaas per*
(orwi bv Rabbi Sol l-andau in
Anne Lerner Gives
Her Recital at FAU
Anno Lerner, soprano, gave hor
SUor RCttal at Florida Atlantic
Uiriveratty this ck in the Uai-
varaltj rheatia.
The daughter of Cantor and Mrs
Mm S. Letnar of 901 NW 195 St..
Miss Lerm i ia gradaatB of
M irrd-Dade Junior Collage, and
h i- held PVmi Lauovrdale Op i
Guild. Florida Atlantic Mua
Guild and Boca Raton Ifuric 8t"dv
- ii tlarahlpi Sba also hold a Bre-
vard, N.C., Music Center scholar-
ship.
M -~ i ern i I ki m parti
al fulfillment ol the requiren
for her Bachelor of Fin At -
MKS. BHNAKD KUIH
parent! Mi
i.-HX' Sai A
C ral Gal
ho ill rontinui
n in the fa p id late
C ral Gabk s H S tool and
allege,
ind i
.. Phi n-- t.
collefi
It) Hi : husband, a
l< .<>' ., Rockw i> Junior Hicti
S : : from Coral Ga-
High s, .! : ih. Univi
Bit) I South Fl rida 11. will bi -
gin work at
the I nivi-i-sit.. ot Miami Lit. i |
nth
The brid* m laeti d a short
eevea for her wedding She "as
Mti r-.S-d !> h. r- \-oi.!iK-r sisT.-r
M kki Shut student at Coral
Telethon Marathon Set
Th. Jewish Federation of N rth
Bi m u I hi a kj lat ten '1 in Fort
will obaerve th.- thl I
of thi S v Da) Wai
with iT n Ma
the
rick 1
....
ed The 1970 Drive hi nearing the
51500 rk a S
191 | A apt i is now
--. ed for the Israel
Emerjrenej Fund wh nets
Elyse Oilman Engaged
To Kenneth F. Sternberg
The ngaajamanl ol Klyse Joan
Oilman to Kenneth F. Steinbatf
has boon annulment by her par-
. nts. Mrs Batty Oilman. 1500 Bay
Kl Miami Roach, and Murray
Oilman. 450 fi'Jnd St.. Miami
Beach The couple will be married
in August.
A first grad.- English teacher at
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami and its South I>a.ie branch,
the bridi -elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and
. htained her B Ed degree from
the I'nivi rait) ol Miami.
Th. prospective bridegroom, a
graduate "f Valk > Stream Central
High School, Valley Stream. 1.1
N Y and Rhodi Island Junior
College, is presently employed by
a i. tail photo equipment firm.
Friday
Gabk s High School a
maid of honor T n was at-
k d b) t la youi bji r brother.
it Miami
i i- k High School, who
~. i \ i ,i a It man.
Mr Kl. m's parents, Mr and
Mrs Harold Louia Klein, of 9843
s\v nth Ti r. are members of
Aha\at Shalom Congregation, and
he *!'..- U an officer of the sy::-
agogue, tacated in West Miami
Th. Shift family are members of
lwth David Congreajatson.
The newrjrweds will he making
their home at VMS S\V lOord Aw
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May 29. 1970
+ k~i Page 9-B
,ra Jo Goodman, Dr. Spitzer Forum Speaker
W A. Martin Plan Dr. David Spitzer of Miami
I.--*- In -inmist !Dad0 Junior Colk'^' wlU Rive an
fdrry **?*""* illustrated lecture on "Cezamu
Ud Mrs. Morris Goodman nnrt His Infillcnc(. on Al,.. a| (h(,
folk. Va.. announce the en- ,roncluriinR Miami Beach Art For-
fcni of their daughter, Bar- ,!m s,.ssion Frirlav, j,,,,,. ]2 ,h(.
to Wayne A. Marlin son Washington Federal Auditorium,
L,! Mrs. Bernai-dMartin of l234 WashinRton Ave. Miami
fiuiami Beach. The couple _
' m'uTied in August. fc* ^"^ *
the Miami Beacn Art Club, will
resume in Scpt< mber.
I Goodman, who is on the
of Crestwood Elementary
Chesapeake. Va.. graduat-
hi Maury High Schr.ol and
Nl her B.S. degree in Ele-
K'lucation from Old Do-
rollege.
[Martin, who is currently
,1 as youth director of the
Jewish Community Cen-
Lluated from North Miami
High School and obtained
degree in Social Science
I i state University. He
larded his Master of Science
by Columbia University's Vl!i '' held m the auditorium of
S rial Work in 1968. Mr.
was i lected to Phi Alpha
history honorary. Kappa
pi, education honorary and
Vlpha, political scii act
|ry, and i1- a member ol
i i m< ga, national w rvice
lii i
Farband To Hold Election
At tin ir last meeting of the sea-
son Monday at 8 p.m., the Bialik-
Ben Gurion branch >( Farband
will hear a report by its president.
I. Finkel. and eleel and install its
officers for 1970-71. Regina Berin
will had the singing of Hebrew
and Yiddish songs. The meeting
the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
At the unique triple installation of Beth
Kodesh Congregation, its Sisterhood and
Mens' Club, which took place recently,
Rabbi Max Shapiro was installing officer.
Dr. Nathan K. Specter was installed as
president of the Congregation, Mrs. San.
Portin was installed as president of the Sis
terhood. and Bernard Sedon as presiden:
of the Mens' Club.
f-Mosser Wedding
umsas June 21
tend Mrs. Russell Mosser of
pic-'. Kans., announce the
Inn nt of their daughter,
la Gale, to Theodore Philip
m of Mr. and Mrs. Most s
>f Surfside. The wedding is
, d to take place in Law-
(une 21.
the bride-elect and her
ti ach social studies in the
County School system, At-
Ja, Miss Mosser graduated
Jtwrence High School and
d Kansas University two
\m fore enrolling at Emory
city in Atlanta. She gradu-
utii honors in history in
id received her M.A. degree
Cial Studies the following
is a member of Phi Beta
PFO Sisterhood and Alpha
Delta social sorority.
^Wolf. who graduated from
Beach High School in 1964.
btained his B.A. degree in
y from Emory University in
and his Master of Arts in
Studies in 1969. He was a
p of Barkley Forum. Emoi >
ity's rkttatc team; Delta
P.ho-Tau Kappa Alpha, hon-
forensics fraternity; Pi
Alpha, honorary political
fraternity; and was prcsi-
f his social fraternity. Tail
Phi. Mr. Wolf is a director
Fulton County Teachers'
itiion. Atlanta.
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1970 Slate Installed
By Parkway Auxiliary
IV Parkwaj Can il Hospital
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Miv levins Stone, Mrs Alter!
Mai lit l Sam H I Kieht. r an.l
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Departs Labor Day
Twnwll known Miaminns. Ruth
.n.l Ja< k K:i*x*wil/. will U.Hi(\ I
tour to Ur.i.l early in Septemh."
Mr Kassasftta is chief editori;.]
writ, i f The Miami News mi
(uuniini'tit in Jewish oammun '<
SSSJpjgJgiJtM KHSeewit7 i* jlrectn
.f communications for Metro's D
t .it Huuarii: and UHw
Devatoosnanl she is aa outstan.'
student ol the Bilile and just
er\irur two years
hi.man the Hoard of Ch
i Kih'-ati-'n >t Plymouth Con
it r'.ti Church
Tile deluxe tow will depart frt
M in on Sept. T. La;>>r l>iv
li i i owl >n and Jertnal.....
r.v i u.vki m larail wW In It I
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The third week of the tour will
rtl .! ; "cor three dayi
\th. ns i'-..I three on .i rmi-
indl Return to M
- MhaduM Scpi -'s t^.o dav- bi -
tare Roah Hashanah Kurtin'i in-
formal k>ii in iv le obtained from
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lune 12 is the Sisterhood of Temj
wh.ch will use its share of :
activities fund. Reservations :
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of arrangements for the Orel ;.' \;-
Mis. Rhea Gladwm and Mrs. M
Mis. Mori is W. Greenbetg of
North Miami Beach is shown
being installed as the piesident
: the Parkway Genexal Has
pital Auxiliary by Mrs. Fay L
Carpenter, South District Di-
rector of the Association of
Florida Hospital Auxiliaries, at
::s third annual Awards and In-
stallation Luncheon.
The sale of I'.S. S.imiics Stamps
it the Miami l"u*t Office will he
mtinurd after June 30, Post*
mast.! V M Dunlap reports The
Troaaur) Depurtraent announced
it hm ...:\ tint call 'ii' a
stamps would n.l at thi
in.' fiM-ai year. Sawn
to complete th. ir stump sums
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* Jet* ist fkridfiann
Page 11-B
\ok Mitfywdt
K.\| BKLOKF
:. May 30. BttlWrihe son
t\ Mrs. Benjamin Beloff.
Hi. Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
h-Ei.
Miamian. Brad attends
Junior High School.
is iii the sc venth grade,
(pbrnnt will be honored
sh in Slrkln Hall Imme-
ft. r ili'- wins.iip service.
Irnothcr, Mis. Lillian Be-
hi I.- him celebrate the
AN SAKOWIT7.
u \\\ !* forged l tween
>m Hemisphere's newest
v Hid its oldest sur-
Swish community in a
meaningful manner Sat-
I i. when Alan, the
ja.ii and Ted Sakowitz, is
rorah at Synagogue
in Kingston, Ja-
il he ill l>e look-
. he offers the benedlc-
li.'i service is hundreds
old. the community's
i- inhabitants settled
1510, some time before
brothers. Rol>eit and Richard.
.lEIKKKY <;OIJ>STKIN
Jeffrey Ross, son of Theodore A.
Coldstein. 7,'iOO SW lJflth St.. will
Ix-come Bar Mit/vali al Beth Da-
vid Congregation on Saturday,
May .-.o.
The celebronl attends Palmetto
Junior High School, where he is
ei the st'Vi nlii made, anil ha1- li K i
i student at Beth David three
.< ais.
A reception will be held in the
l)u|M>iit Pla/a Hotel in honor of
the occasion. Among the guests
will be Jeffrey's grandparents,
Mi and Mrs. Edward 1.. Goldstein
>l Miami, and former Chicagoans
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Traub.
Michael Scherker
Alan Sakowitz
Jeffrey Heller
Jeffrey Goldstein
ti
in
the l.'t American
i nard Hooker, a noted
i. ader in the Jamaican
is spiritual leader of
nation, which meets in
Bii.' erected in 1911. In
T'.rails and ornaments
M. a distinctive feature
Biagogue is the sand cov-
entire floor a custom
the confrr""ntion is n-.
)l the sand floor of the
Sanctuary in the desert.
it i tn his parents. Alan.
pi ai Cdadi-s Junior High
Mill In- accompanied to
'in his sister. Eileen, and
CAROL ISKKNSTKIN
Cm,I Arn. the daughter of Mr.
ml Mrs. II' rbert Bernstein, 5925
-i\V filth PI., Souf.l Miami, will
celebrate her Bat Mit/vah at I'.. th
David Congregation, where her
patents have been members for 15
years, on Saturday. May 30.
A seventh made student at
South Miami Junior High School.
where she plays trumpet in the
band. Carol is in Hebrew grade T>
at Beth David.
A reception i.. honor of the
i lebrant will be held in the Holi-
day Inn. Coral Cables. Her prand-
ial her. Morris Kosen. Miami, will
be among the honored quests.
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tOx 10 CARPORTS
15 N.W. 75th Street
iami- OX 1-0191
MICHAEL S< IIKKKF.lt
Michael St unit, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Seherkcr. 1815 SW 85th
A\e.. will be call, d to the Torah
OS a liar Mit/vah Satin day. May
",0, at Temple Or Olom.
temple Judca through Coniir
Michael, a seventh grade stu- .. _
'., nt at West Miami Junior High
School, plays trumpet in the
fchool hand.
Michael's parents will host the
Fiiday evening Onog Shabbat as
well as the KlddUSh alter tin"' cerc-
mony on Saturday in his honor.
Coming from New lork lor the
occash n are the celebrant's grand-
i an nts. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sholin
nnd Mis. Rose Selierker. His great
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Scherker, will come from New
j, rsey.
it Vnutil's Junior I'i'h Set""-1.
The celebrant will be honored
at the KiddUSh .-allow illy the scrv-
ici s and a' a nccption to follow
n the Kmpiiv Room of the Kden
Hoc Hotel.
ItOBIN LANDERS
At Temple Zion Friday evening.
May -'>). Rabbi Norman N. Sha- ,
piro will officiate at the Bat
Mitzvah of Robin Sue. daughter
il Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Landers.
tt50 sw 136 St., during services
iK'ginning at 8:30.
Rol in is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
School, where she is a member of
the Chorus.
Mr. and Mrs. Landers will host
the Once Shabbat following the
services in Robin's honor, and a
party for her friends at thi ir
home. Hi.noted guests will include
hi r grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Firestone and Mrs Re-
becca Kudwitt.
l-'KAM INK SHERWOOD
During the 11:15 a.m. services
at Temple Judea ol Coral Gables
Saturday, May 30, Francine Alisa,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Sherwood. S101 SW 92nd St., will
become Bat .\ itzvoh.
Francine is a ncmber of the
Sp, ech Club and plays violin in
the orchestra at Glades Junior
Hi'-:h School, where she is in the
seventh grade. She plans to con-
tinue her religious education at
illa-
tion.
Relatives from Connecticut and
New York will he on hand to help
Francine celebrate the occasion,
as well as her maternal great- I
grandmother, Mrs. Gussie Price,
and grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph I'ram and Mr. and Mis
Mortis Schurowltz, all ol whom
are local residents.
symphony band and will partici-
pate in the summer band program
at Miami Beach High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Haller will host a
teception in honor of their son at
':onie after the set vices.
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MIAMI
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Summer Studies
For All Students
In Elementary, Junior ond Senior High School
Reading English
Study Skills .Math
Spelling Outlining
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resume and Photo to
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I.AWKKMm >I\M>KI.
Saturday morning, May 30, in
the main sanctuary of Temple
Nt r Tamld. Lawrence Jay. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Man-
del, 74 11 Wayne Ave., will become
Bar Mit/vah during the X:45 a.m.
services.
Lawrence attends Ner Tamid
Religious School and is ;i Student
0H0LEI TORAH
UMMER DAY CAMP
Is Now Accepting Registration for The
ew Summer Season
LEONARD KEEN
Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. j
Jcsoph Keen, will be a Bar Mitz- \
van Saturday morning, May 30,
at Temple Zion with Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro officiating.
Leonard plays in the orchestra
at Rockway Junior High School
where ho is in the wviwth made.
Mr. and Mrs. Kec.i will host the
Kiddush following the scrvta S and
a reception in their son's honor at
the Sweden House. Helping their |
grandson celebrate the occasion
will tie Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ko-
pctman and Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen.
JEFFREY HALLER
Jeffrey N Mrs. Irving J. Haller, will bi come
Bar Mit. vah (luring th M
Service al Temple Emnnu-KI.
where ins father is executive di-
i,c''ir. Saturday, May :so.
Jeffrey, an honor student at
Nautilus Junior High School.
' plays bass clarinet in the school's
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+Jn*l Confirmation For 49
Beth Torah Students
Some 49 students >>: the Beth
,'. v H.n.'.l W.'K
School will observe their eonftr-
iii.i" Ion at -v. ,!-..- t,> '. Ml!
.I.i\ -it 7 U' i>-;i m the s WIC
in..-a <>t the ijn tsogue, Da> Id
m insnick ch i rman .> the Board
i| l duration has announced
in Max A iplritual
le ul it the i" mgi eg itl m will
. ih. itudi nts with c >nt m it-1
I.'. 'Alton t.> their Jewish educa-
through the h [h school yean
c : >i Jacob .' Renter ill par>
m the Tor in '
ri k*nts ill pn final
"From Slaver) to Pre*
do under the
v. .'"' Ion
uni th Mrs Doroth) K I !ru n
nitd Mii lr> 'i'" S in I >"i ol
i '., Music 111
students a lent *
d ctnd
) six million Je > tyis
w-ti were killed in the N
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. 61 NW
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DEERBORNE SCHOOL
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Biisunces
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GYMNASIUM
SUMMER CAMP
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Ao>sc -SUMMER SCHOOL-
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JR. I SR. HIGH SCHOOL -ST.
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ra ajd t< warda tV- S577.00 I
thr .hi*, s .1 fUn :i .Iunu>!
!!. >-*?..! PxHMtmr ikM
sum m i~ pi l.:"i at i recepti >ii .it
.i-i- ol Mrs R ti foil w Ing
for the
new ti ucture which will be Im It
In her husb ind at -' Itti
31 ui I Pint Tr* Dr aroaa the
from th-- impua ol
the H bn Ac 11 mj
the fnnd-ra i
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High i moj '
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the
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Sout ew daj

Dr. Joseph R. Narot. rabb, of Temple Israel oi C- '
hands the gavel oi office to viG:e<*)&J
dent Mrs. Jerome Rado *;?#. JL
Brenner. Mrs. Howcri N ^
look on. --' W> G^J
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*JewislincjridHarj m'
Page 13-B
|ites To Head State Division Of Leukemia Society
Irving J. Whitman.
of the Dadc-Monroc
,f the Lxukcmia Stx-irty
and a member of its
loard of trustees, has
-:,,| president of the
Florida Division. His
k place at the society's
ting in Fort Myers re-
Ci 'sky was reelocted
ii' sident, and also
! hairman of the So-
il Mi dical Advisory
A < ll-known heme-
C ilsky is director "i
ology Section and
ni Mi dicine in.
P,..i ci Miami's Depart-
M' dii
. |0 | s post as seen -
ay Dronsky, CLU,
[ anager of the
joii School Is
fciftcd ChUd
Rs with an IQ of 120 ami
, ligiblC t'-> attend a
i. n 'I non-profit school
icted ti> open in Sep-
,-. building leased from
Haptist Church at 7300
Avi.. it has been an-
[p d by a proup of parents
and Mrs. Harvey Loz-
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sil-
| | on School plans to
>. ity education specific-
I for the gifted child
Itten child in the public
n.
p! 11 Gropper, director of
Ueation at the University
- acting headmaster of
chool, which already has
I. i of 15. and expects
t'n.- term with about 50
Mrs. Diane Taylor, direc-
ted education for Palm
Dtinty schools, is serving
iltant. There will be four
teachi rs and several part
ructors. Dr. Gropper said.
hail a course in gifted
fcltton to math, science.
tudii s. Knglish, Spanish.
| German, music, art and
education, Dr. Gropper
instill consideration for
dependent thinking, de-
n, a sense of humor--
important for a gifted
says curiosity, sincerity,
pood health habits, and
to meet deadlines.
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bli on inviti s thi v ii wi r to sl
awhile.
1 ight-fool high oleanders an in
full bloom at the rear boundary;
the flowering hedge, planted along
.1 20-foot wide strip and faced with
an anchor fence, forms a backdrop
lor the neighbors' lawns, visibly
improving thi surrounding owners'
vi. w.
The setting, intended to provide
a softened atmosphere for the
gleaming Detroit-produced power-,
plants i.f steel and chrome, was
d i JMPontiac's 10-acre,
I service I
.. ;. Thomas Chancey, i
Customers can
ii Ii n v. iih a
[ail .. i pond and a sh
it ndi a wo ping bottle
a vvil ';. pi tree. The
n den effect has l en can ied in-
doi rs als i, it was reported. The
bill s ai displayed against
i backdrop of green foliage.
Podiatry Association Elects
The Dade County Podiatry As-
sociation has elected its officers
lor the coming year, it was report-
cl Assuming their offices Monday
will be Dr. Sidney Casell, presi-
dent; Dr. Martin Horn and Dr.
Warren Simmonds, vice presi-
dents; Dr. Lionel Goldstein, sec-
tetary, and Dr. Fred N. Laubcn-
tlial. treasurer.
IEVELT
)OL
fn Point. Stamford, Conn.
one (203) 325-2131
pin Sthwiiiwhild, Director
Boarding School
es 9 through 12
edited High L College Prep
ol
I'es accepted in all leading
es and Universities
>'Jewish cultural home life _
| Coll Mrs. M. lerjer
(305)531-0403
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS ^c
CAMP FOR '
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMF DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JP
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sabring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
r '"

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ii A aa)r* *
fc.. Hi j. i
An independent school for
pupils aged 2-14 years
(including 9th Grade) On
the campus of Nova Univer-
sity
Individualized Instruction
Small, Personalized Learning Groups
Advanced Teaching Methods
Highly Qualified Staff
BUS TRANSPORTATION
AVAILABLE
Non Profit Organization
Now accepting applications for
the 1970-1971 school yeor. (10th
Grade courses to be offered in
1971-1972.)
For information call 927-2857.
SUMMER GAMP
June 15 Aug. 7
Day Or Boarding Ages 7-17
All Inclusive Fm Boarding $435 Day $325
IWEEIS OF CMLFREE FUN ON IISCAYNE BAY
Swimming Sailing Gymnastics Arts &V Crafts
Excursions AR Sports Coaching Clinics For Major Sports
Special Reading Program Modern Fireproof Buildings
Also Accredited Summer School Program
rochur* on Request Visitors Welcome
MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
10601 Bocoyne Blvd.. Miami. Fla. 33131
Phone 758-764S
Fall Term Opens Sept. 15.1970
oy & Girl Day Students Accepted For Fall Term
EXPLORE THE NEW UNIVERSITY THEATRE ACADEMY!
The sfep between high ichool and university theatre,
programs is often difficult even for the most talented
students. Seeling to solve this difficulty, the University
of Miami Drama Department has been holding summer
workshops for seven years. This year, for the first time
these workshop programs have been combined into a
resident University Theatre Academy.
Thirty students, sixteen to eighteen years of age, will
be accepted for the seven week session which begins the
evening of June 12. Seven outstanding teachers will
provide a widely diversified program developed over
period of time to aid the young theatre artist to sue
ceed in college, university, or professional theatre schools.
Set on th* beautiful University of Miami campus, the
Academy is centered in the famous Ring Theatre where
students will participate in classes, act in workshops,
direct their own one act plays, and perform in two
major musical plays. CELEBRATION and MARAT-SADE.
The students will be housed in the new high-rise dormi-
tories and will dine in the beautiful University cafeteria.
Three experienced young acror-technicians will serve as
counselors. The ratio between students and faculty and
counselors permits the highest degree of personal atten-
tion to participants.
Special visits to Miami attractions are also included in
the program as well as special film and theatre visits.
Social activities with the Debate and Band groups are
planned, with special theatre parties for the participants.
Every effort is made to create a complete educational
experience while specialixing on a highly complex and
advanced theatre education.
Contact: Dr. H. H. Diers, Box 8273, University of Miami,
Coral Gables, Florida 33124
or Call 284-3354


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ugai Nance
LEGAl NOTKt
UGAl NOTICE
in
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-73**
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
S\ I.VIA BIMO.N,
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W. V" 'I.I SIM' IV,
I ll I'. IK 1:11.1
To: ARN'i i| 11 SIMi IN"
Moccosstn ri.i. .
MaMt) \- a \ nrh
You. AKXOI.D SIMON,
I ii fled Hi:.' ii Hill ..I --t.ii.l_.
fpKorce has lm filed until -1
.lli.l you nr. reinjired Ii .,--,, .,
f your Aiim,.- or Pli udii c to lh
i:ill nf Complaint nn ih. |'|
nil..ir. y, i ;i:. i|{i ;|.
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I
IEGAL NOTICE
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m Till: JEJN ISM FI.ORIDIAN
dove and i >rdered ,,i
F ihls Ihi day if May A D
i.
i: D LEATHERS! \\ i
i'if uii Court. Dude i'..in n n
\ty I. SNEHDEN
Deput> CIi
' url S-all
ever to ba so ceokok ciii.bert
Sun- .':;........ I.in, n|n Rd r.
M -.Hill KeaCll. I'M..I 1.1..
T \'o I8-4SI2
.v pj for Plaintiff
- B-1S-28-S9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. 70-9047
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JoHN JOSEPH StDLOSKY,
Plaintiff,
I] Rosenberg, 33, who
[n elected to the board '
s c: Mount Sinai Hos-
I Greater Mitrmi, is the
It man
A representative of
tturers Life Insurance
Lenberg is president ol
Alumni Inter-Frater-
jicil and a member of
kutive committee of the
imation League of
Hth.

NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-8993
suit for divorce
o(.i:i.i..i lyi.es
Plaintiff,
I'VYH I.vi i:s.
D< fenda>11
Ti : PAVE I.YI.ES
4sj An h l -r:v.
Rock Mill South Carolina
VOU r'AYB I.YI.ES. :,|-. hereby
' ""f..1 Ihni a Complain I f..r 11 -
vorce has been filed against you, and
you arc required to nerve a copy ...'
\--ur ,\. -v. or Pleading i" Ihi I'nm-
nl..mi ..ii the Plaintiff's attorne) \ '
NORMAN DRICKER, 21'-, Illw ayi -
ISoulevti Florida. ::::i::,. and
I:!.- Il,, origil P PI
i" Hi- i.fflci [hi Clerk ol I
-uii Courl or In fore III, 24th .lav !
.I -lun- II you fall i" .1" -...
1 defuull Mill he
the relii lei
the i lint
Tii.-..--. -i ,,H hi -I
111 ..... Ull\ l
In Tin: .<>:. rsH PLDR1DIAX
I" ink and i >i<[.Ki:i:i .
- 19th da* of May .\ l > I
i: i: '.EATHERM A V Cli
.' n.t -in i. Dade "ounti. Fl
U> I. SNEEDEN
li.-nutv Clerk
" 'ii ii in-: Seal i
A NORM \\ DRCCKEll
21"-. Hi.- ay III Blvd.
Miami I" rid S137
Atton -> for Plan,nil'
.'- 22-29 '
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-7972
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROSEMARY MCSCARBUJ
Plaintiff
ANTHONY MrSCARRI.il
Defendant
TO: ANTHONY MCSCAitELI.I
Residence Unknown
You. ANTHONY MP8CAREI.I.I
are hereby notified that a Bill '<
Complain! for Divorce has been filed
agalnsi you. and you are required to
nerve a copy of your Answer or I
Pleading to the Hill "f Complaint nn
the Plaintiff* attorney, ZEMEI..
KAUr.MAN AM' ZEMEL. 4L' Lin-
coln I:,..I. Miami Beach, Florida
,.,.l file ih- original Anawer or
Pleading; in the office ol the i 'I. rk ol
the i'ii, uii Court on or before the
' Ith il.iy .'f June. l'.'T'i. If you I I
to .1" ko, judgment by defauli will
he tnki ,. rial yoo for the r< Ifef
ill in,iii.l-,I in the Bill ,.l i 'omnlnint.
Thin notice shall be published once1
nn
ks each Week for four connecutlve weeke
in THK 11:\\ isil PI IRIDIAN,
DONE VND ORDERfcJT" ill Miami.
Florida, ll 4ih day ..i Maj A 11
1970.
i: n i i:athi:i!.max. cu rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Uj I. SXEKTiEN
Deputy Clerk
M 'ircuil 'ourl Seal I
ZKMP.I.. KAI'FMAN au.l ZEMRT,
I: l.ini oln Road
Miami Beach. Florida SSI3
Attorne) for Plaintiff
h-EGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY OTVEN that
. ,i, desiring to engage
un.ler til- Notittoua name
*, i'i 'Ml'ANY al 27 S W
Miami, florula. intend t"
tid name With the Clerk
run CUrl of Dade i'..unt>.
jACRIE S JKH.TZ
Ester f. hoiimk
JACK GolJ->STini'H
[R' >HrIRT J. SAN
K A KOHNKIA'H.
Houl.vard.
Hda
IN HARRISON.
MV VNY
M vi:V BIDLOSKY
I >efendant
TO: MARY 8IDL08RY
K-si.lein-e I'nknowi
Yor ARE HKREBY N'OTWIED
that a Ct.niplaint fur Divorce hafl
iieen filed against you and yon are
hereby required lo urve a eopy of
vour Answer to said Complarnl .."
Plaintiff.. Attorney*, FAI'N'ck. fink
ft FORM AN. ir.ii:> Congress HuildliiK.
Miami. Florida. 33132, and file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clark of the circuit Court on *>r be-
fore the Mth day of June. 1970, other-
wise a defauli will hi- entered agalnsi
you
Dates): U Miami. Florida this ICih |
,!.> -I May. \:^"
i: H I.FMTHEILMAN
i 'l-rk of Circuit Curt
B) c P n.r-KI.AND
Deputy ierk
5/U2-SS 8 S-12
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HKREBY HIVES thai by
I virtue of Chapter 67 ..f Florida Kti i-
' ui. Annotated tl!-lli Warehouse-
men and Warehouse Receipt*) where-
in auk van -..INKS a Florida cor-
poration by virtue of n~ warehouse
[it ii has In its possession th. follow-
ing described property:
['sed Householn t,..,.ls as the property
,'f Mr. and Mrs Edward iir.,iis wh.....
last known address was 4> w 18 St.,
31 AugHSfftte Florida and thai ,,n
he Ulh ri:i>
legal hours
11:00 forei.....n ..:.. 1 2:00 in the after-
noon al 31M V.W. ^4th Avenue,
i : ihi undersigned shall
nffei for -ah tn ihi highest bidder for
,-a-h In hand thi alsive described pro-
|,,-m ,,f M-- .,:.,! .\'.r- Edward Brooks.
Dated ai Miami, Florida, this '.'nth
day .,f Mu> !'*
r.:22-;!>
5.'3 i "- 18-19
[CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
JD FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No. 70-9548
TRI STY.
IIR TltlSTY.
I
[NOTICE OF SUIT
fc- \..i m it 'i itrsTY
i j,,rn Yard
lilB !
Bore' %'.: 212JI
HERRRV N"TI1 ll-.D
|i i,. -, for IMvon ha* been
>, u atsi vi'U are r-.|Uir-
..... ,| vour written il -
lny, u> it on WHTTBACRE
ts \ti .ri-iivs for I'lainiifi.
-"1 West 4'..tli Sir. el.
lori.l.i. urst me the original
Clerk the almve styled
r I,. -a ,r.l 1.1V ol July.
ii-, Juilginenl mas be
most v. u for Hi- relief .I'-
ll.. mptalni ar Pi tltlosi.
IS mv hand and seal i I
I 1:7il> day oi Mar.
LEATHBRMAX, Clerk
Jilt nun. Iiaile i"iii|.
.: i '.IT1-: KENT
Deputy Clerk
.,,.'9 ; 5-12-19
ICIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IfJTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ID FOR OADE COUNTY.
kl TO- !84
IE BY PUBLICATION
KU \ l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-7405
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YV< >NNE ASKEW .
UM.I I \M M A.sKEW. .ril.
1' fi
u WII.I.IAM M ASKEW, JR..
. '., r 1 : uh awl. \- -
Cw*. I- utl rg 701 are
< nerve a i opy of : ur
Answer thi C imp .ilni for d-
n DAVID M GONSHAK, At-
I 197 N W Tih
Stre-i M nn Floi I tnd I
v. wigHMd Answer Dfl
thi Ierk -f the Cln u.- i ur'
W-f..r^ tl lull .!.,> June, '. "" or
tutl will be enti red .,_ in -:
v-u
' .1. tttla 1st day of M.iv
1-; I! I.KATHF.KMAN
clerk. Clrcutt Courl
Dad- Cunty. Florida
By; c P. coi'Ki.AM'
Deputy Clerk
B |-1! 21-29
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AI.I. TCI WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHAM. COME, UREETINOS:
Wher.as, MAC MEKMEI.I, Miami.
Florida: ItAI I'll H. HEAKHEN, JR..
Miami, Florida; HOWARD N MIL-
LER. Miami. Florida did on the 9th
day of SEPTEMBER, AD 195S cause
to he incorporated under the laws of
.'.inc. 1970 during the I the State of Florida coRAl. WAN
mainly between I INVESTMENTS corporation a
corporation, with its principal place
of business at MIAMI DADE Col'NTY
aucn corporation did on the ^lst day
in the State of Florida, and wh-reas
of MAY. AD. 1970, caBse to h. fllol
In the office of the Secretary of Stale
of the State of Florida, the documen-
tary authority required under Section
600 27. Florida Statutes, showing the
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
Now. therefore .the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEROF, I have
hereunto Bet my hatid and have af-
fixed lh- ilreat Seal of the Slate of
Florida, ai Tallahaseee, the Capital.
this the TWENTY'-FIKST day of
MAY, A 1) 197*
Tom AT>AMfl
Secretary of Stale
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1834 CLARK
. n RE: F.-iai, ..f
I Kl-.vA F.I.V. >\ &
:- eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.'- -1 ti and Ml Persons }^.<\-
ii l' claim- "i I> h :- Against gald
listati
ou ari fled and requir-
. .1 io pri nl any claims and demands
vou *'.;. have against the fs-
..'. [ n.k BLVOTTS deceased late
,,f Dad- t'ounty, Florida, to the Coun-
. ^ ,,. |. ,,1. n : i-. and file thi
|rlo-.- \N-C, 1 OH
MEOP.OB HO-SANO l.oil.
a.i-i- -- r.<> Embassy .,i
hi- r*hlrra Thailand are
'. >*our nnjrwer to the
i-r i .- .- v rfn the
.. -1 : \ .. -,'i
i- ill
for plaintiff i. 0-11
M'l. \. [ml rlda 11112,
ft, 1970 r elsi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N -i'l.'H IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
t! ui [er*fgned, desiring engage In
business under th.- fictitious name of
VRCAY AI'TS at 643 Jefferson Ave-
nge. Miami Reach intend to reg
I in ii with th< 'ler .
cut: < art of D ide '- u l
ItLllIN sMI'i'Kl.ER
4.NNE SMICKi BK
-- \ Et'STEiN
Atl for Appll ts
120
. .

IN --IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COCRT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNT-..
FLORIDA IN PR03ATE
No. 70-1579 BLANTON
Es-tati ol
TIC AN-I'ERSON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T^ AH '--.-ii' .1 -- ->: "' -'IV".
me ,'!.,im- or DemaOdn Agattlsl Bald
I-;- ..
i. a .re hereby noMfled snd r.ou'
lupll '- and .- provided
, .. Plot .la Statute*
s ,n the < '"Un'y Courl -
. ,,ii-.- i -...I, ui Florida, Ith-
in six from the time
of ih- alien hereof, or the
same will I
Dated ai Miami, ; rlda; thli
day of May ""
Ji .SEPH TE\' VI 'VE
FAR9A ROSE tE<.'K HLBACM
\- Bxi u" r
Flrsl PUl'll-a :: "1" tills m-I
tl 2i d day of May, 1970.
M Wl'EI. I IBEl.
Attnrm y for Estate
101 Raul Flagler sir.. .
Miami. Florida
a 22-2!' 6 S-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN o-IBATE
NO. 70-1425
In RE: Estate of
HILDA V. WILCOX
D.-i as-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ,. ,
Y -,l to present any claims and demand*
whi.-h vou may have agalnsi the es-
tate if HILDA v WILCOX deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to th-
c-unty Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in dunii- a:, and as pr. -
vlded In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
ute*, rn their fflces in the Coui I
Courthouse In Dade Count) Florida
. nix calendar months from the
first publication hereof
... n will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, thi*
of Mai \ D- WTO
WALLACE N MAER
Bxi tutor if the Estate
HIIJ^A V V n/i'N. Dec*
P rst nuhnc oi this tlce on
M .- l"7n
V. AI.I-A.'E V M <
i .- ... r Estate of
HM.DA V WM.Ci -V I
liu
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1510 Clark
In RHB Estate ol
1/H'IS WEINF.R
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Agalnsi Bald
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present uii) claim.- and de-
mands iilil.-h you Many have against
ih, esti......i lnl'IS WETNEli de-
ceased lute of Dad- County, Florida,
., the Count} Judge* of bade t.'ounty,
ml ui- Hi. same in duplicate and
a- provided ..... 733.16, Florida
St..m11 In rei I tin tUtuu-
i-. CourthoUsi in Dad.- County, Flo-
rida, within m\., .ii-ndar month*, from
Hi. inn. of ih- flrsl publication
me w .ii he bnrred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, '.his 13th
I-.- \ I !:: -
rit \ ii w i:i"i-:i:.
i: in"\ oi iIn Bstai. .-i
I i Tis \\ EINHR I- I
Fil -' publlcati......f tin- ii"i Ic
da: of Ma) 1970
\\ ALI.ACE \ MAER
ai loin-i foi i: ii ti -
40.i i: -- ,i BulMins
Miami, Fla
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 70-8607
NOTICE OF ACTION
FBI IN I. ALVAL.1.ES
l'l.i.
\ -
AMA DA A \\ W.I.HS
I ii i- idanl
Tl l; A.MAI.A AI.VAI.I.KS
'..:', Aldus S'i. -t. Apartment "o,
Bronx B9, N*. a York,
YOC .\<:F. S'OTIFIED Ili.t an '-
ii.....! divorce has been filed against
you and y<>u are renutred to servo a
copy "! 'ur written defenses, if any,
to it on E I'AII, I'.EATTY. Plaintiff m
attorney, whose address Is 1008 Bey-
bold Hull.line. Miami. Florida, 332,
on or before June 17. 1970, and filo
the original with the clerk of thi-
court either before aervli e n Plaki-
tlff attorney or immediately there-
after: otherwise a defauli will he en-
tered agalnsi vu for the re'.ier dj-
mamled In the Complaint.
WITNESS m> hand and the
of Ihls Curt on May 13-il970.
E. B I.EATHERMAN
as Clerk of the Court
By C. P. CoPELAND
as IVputy Clerk
.1 K.-K-29 3,:.
seal
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 I '! '.'IRS DVARTE,
Plain tiff,
BFP. MS Dl'ARTE,
Defendant
T" I: BFH ^'N' Dl'ARTE
Residence unknown
You BFRAIN Dl'ARTE, are
by notified that a Bill of Complu .!
for Divorce has been filed agalnsi
you, and you are required to serve i
t-ony of i"Ur Answer or Pleading to
thi Bill of C'inolaiiil on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. Sidney BFRONSON
612 Alnsley Building. Miami. Florida
33132 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
j of the Cirtult court on or bel
the th day >f June. .'..:" if you rail
I to do so. judgment by default will be
- taken against you for the rein -
mandeil in Ihe Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published -, '
each week for fi'ur eonsscutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FU1RIDI.-.N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
FIi r;.l.\. this JOth flay Of April A D
E B, LEATHERMAN. Clerk
i nn Courl Dade County, Florida
By MAltC.IEItlTIv KENT
Denuiy Clerk
11'ircuil Curl Seal!
Sll M'.Y EFRO!SON
BI2 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
a itorney for plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-0084
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JOSEPHINE VINCENT,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD VINCENT.
Defendant,
TO: RICHARD VINCENT
1237 Edtemonl Street
Apartment Kb l"7
Hollywood, I 'aliform.t
YOC ARE HEREBY i rlfie,l that
.i Conmlatnt for DrVorc* ha* been
filed agalnsi y-u, and you are here-
by r.-.|uire,l in serve a ropy of your
niiewer or other pleitriing t- the Com-
I'laiui 'io PlatnulfTs attorney
, I ESTER ROfiERS, whose address
- i i S.W I7t1 V ue, Miami,
and fib the oriirmal
with the clerk of Ihe above styled
i-.-ur:; on hel'- the r.-th day of
June. 1970 or ., Default will be en-
:,re,i against you
DVTF.D ihi- 13th day of May, 1970.
E. I'- I EATHERMAN
i 'l-rk ol i 'ir. in c-urr
l:> : MAP.C.1ERITK KEN C
Deputy '" '
:. 1..-;. -a '
r'if* /i-i^-i9
CEMETERY
M-HOUR SERVICE
pglefo beriol ond tuntral
gemeafs for Pols 4rl oil
. includiaf eick-ee strvici
Ititul Cemetery 6readi
[ Cremotien Services
Moderate Pricei
T HEA Vh
ItMQKIAL PARK
16-7387
01 WEST f-LASLE*
arid file the ...
proml-d in Section 733 Is Florida
sRaiUtew. in their offices in ihe i oun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, 'o-
rida. within six calendar months from
th- tlrtte of the flnlt publication here-
of or the same u :ll be oarred
!.- t .it Miami. Florida il
d-is- of April. A D. 1*70.
UT.i.fAN RRCVf
As Bg J '
First puh r this notice on
the 'i^ dav of May,
sor. audcamd
Atto-ncj cutrli
lWe*t" Flagler SU ,. _.,
NOTICE UN5EO
FICTITIOUS NAVE -AW
NO^C.7 is HORBR> BN that
ihe under igrerl dislnn* t.i gag*
InMn-inee. under th- ficlit.nug nawe
f RBPUHfJC UUILI-IN- CO. *
MERcEniTf rrii.niNC- Co at MM
N W 17th Avenue. Muttm. H' ''*
m'teiids to register said ii...-- with
[he <-l-rk "f 'he Cin-ult CoUTt o.
^rWfcgSSt^coRP
(sole Owner)
N RIVI5RA. A-ss S
Sole owner
B 12-29 <
, .TV~JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1536
In RE: Estate of
JACOB KDRXBIAJM
'" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All P"*""" '''v.
i-.p Claims or bfH* AgaOMt law
You'are hereby notified and rectur-
cd to present any claim- and demand
which you may have against
JXt. : JACOB KORNHl.CM
.ased late of Dado county.
;tn,l file :h" samo in duplicate ami as
provided in S. rtion ?:::< I'i Flon.la sini-
uterf. In th.-lr off!..... In the <"o"
rourthowm hi Did., county. ioi*ia.
within si\ onlendnr month* from tne
I ill-' Of 'he ffrSI mild.' StlOII I" ''.
or the sail.- Will he ha'...l
Dattsj .ii Miami. Flor da. ihls 3lh
duv ol Anrtl. A D. 197".
RAT. E. KORNI'.l I'M
As ExecorrlM
First puhRi-ailon of V l I otlee
the *lh rf I- of V-ls
SIMON. HAYS & OBCNWWKnn
Utorfteye for tee men
, ,1,-v Blag Miam'..Fla
tho
a--
Florida
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jewlsti Horidliairi
solicits your leqal notictjg
Wg appreciate you
patronage and guarantg*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373- 4tf 5
for messer ger sorrlcg
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85542
George T. Clark
IN RE: Estate of
ISirx iR KRETCHMER
1.......a-e.l
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby gl\eii 'hat wo
haw filed -ur Final Report and Pe-
liuoii for Distribution and Final Dit--
. hnrge --- Exeoutors of the estate of
ISIDDR KRETCrTMER and that on
ih. Mh .lay .->' June, 1970, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges -i
Dude County, Florida, for approval
ol said Final Report and for ili-Irlhu-
I lion and final discharge n- Eg* utOTS
of ihi- estate of the above-named
decedent. This 1st day of M ,- IWO.
\iri:i;.M KRETCHMER
MiKMA T< I INDI'MSEitH
I El K A EPSTEIN
AII,.r-i.->
4"-'i> Lin.-oln Road
Miami llea. h, Florida Ml39
:. ..-19
MAN THAT ZIP COX REAllY
SEND'i ME. -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70-839
IN RE: Estate of
1SRKI. .I.WOV1TZ
a/k'a IRVINI. YANOW1TZ
Decease,!
To All iY.Mlii.irs And All Persons HaV-
ing tMalms Or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and recurr-
ed to pr.-seiit any claims and demands
which you may have againnt the es-
tate of ISREL JANOW1TZ a k r.
illviNC YANowiTZ deceased lato
,. Dade Cuntv Fl'-rida to Ihe Coun-
ty Judges of Dads County, and fiio
ii same i'i duplicate and a- provid-
ed in Section ',?.?..!. Florida Statutes
in their office- in the Count) curl
1- use in Dade County, Florida, within
-v calendar months from ihe time of
.-si pUhllCBtlmi hereof. or tho
-ame ill he haired
Dated at .Mi.ml. Florida, ihi- !Uh
.l-.U Of Mai \ D 197ft
K.MIl.Y JANOWITZ
As Admlhiatrnttl*
Firal Publication of 'his notice on
th.. s>>- In of May, 19711
.-AM W KIEIN'FF.I.D
\tnri .- ,- \- in'oi-irairlT
': Building,
\i iro Fioi ids nsn


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ALL STORES OPEN TIL 7 P.M. SAT.. MEMORIAL DAY
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TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
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\
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I
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WHOLE !
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LEGS (N HOLE)
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SAVE 30< -BONUS SPECIAL!
SPARKY
CHARCOAL
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20-LB.
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LIMIT ONf BAG PHASE WITH OIHil PUCMMS
Of $7 Of MOtJ IXCIUDING CIGARETTES'
if a anj;> si ii. (
(-.' .? ~>R BAHARD
1A(
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Master's Sour Cream 43c
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American Process Cheese3 $1
Mrs. Kinser's Salads !cu? 39c
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY MAYJfll
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FR1 DERICH's STORy]
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SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN
STAMPS. .YOURS WITH EV
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t-OOD I -
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SAVI UP TO 301 -BONUS SPECIAL
FYNE TASTE
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FOOD FAIR
All GRINDS
12 o:
.. .
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SA.f ?0c BARREi UREC
Seashore's Kosher Pickles
55
69
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UMlT ONE CAN EITHER BRANO. PLEASE
WITH OTHER PURCHASES Of U OR MOIE
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SKINIESS AND BONELESS
l) Fresh Cut Haddock Fillet
FLO SUN PURE "THE REAL THING"
FRESHIY SLICED
Kingfish Steaks 59c
K THE FRESHEST FRUITS & VEGETABLES IN TOWN
Otuutge Juice
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CONT.
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S TEXAS Mm
\ ONIONS 3 45c
tV TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA F*"
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TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
THIN SKIN
LEMONS lO 49
SAVE 16c BONUS SPECIAl
BANQUET FROZEN
COOKIN' BAG*
GARDEN FRESH
CRISP RED
RADISHES
,3--19'
SIX
VARIETIES
5-OZ.
PKGS.
tO '1MB S *
$ B&tebe/vri&i 49
^ SAVE 8C- SUNSWEET
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fc NUTRITIOUS
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RITZ LOW CALORIE
(NEW FORMULA NO CYCLAMATES) OR
FOOD FAIR SODAS
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SAVE 10c -BONUS SPECIAL !
HYGRADE
POTATO CHIPS
9-OZ. I
TWIN PACK
BAG
ALL FLAVORS
40 OZ
BOTTLE
59'
49
SAVE 4t
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QUART
tOTTLE
CAP N CRUNCH
Peanut Butter Cereal
11 OZ
. PKG
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29* J
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$1.50 VALUE
EYE
DROPS
1/2
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FAMILY
LOAVES
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SAVE l Frozen French Fries
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Frozen Creamed Spinach
Service Veticateue*
AVAILABLE AT ST. HI '
ALL CHEESE AHO 1 N >M |U^
TO YOUR ORDER. I VI RYTHINC Ii ',N ,i>U
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All DARK MEAT "!
Rich's Turkey Rod
SAVE 20c LB INTERNATIONAL *0SHER MAlf
Salami or Bologna *
SAVE 50c
Freshly Smoked Sable
SAVE 10c POTATO OR COLE Si A
Freshly Made Salads
APPPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL'
PASTRAMI
HALF
LB.
SAVE
C 60CLB.


Full Text
age 16-B
+Jeist /lorfctar
ALL STORES OPEN Til 7 P.M. SAT., MEMORIAL DAY
* + ?*

TOP U.S. CHOICT WESTTRN
CHUCK
STEAKS ...,<
TOP U.S. CHOICE. WESTIRN
BONELESS
CHUCK TEA\0
TOPU.S CHOICE WESTERN
Beef Cube Steaks........
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTEl
CALIFORNIA
ROAST
69
89
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TOP U.S. CMOICF WESTERN
LONDON
BROIL
THICK CUT
SHOULDER LB.
89
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TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
WHOLE
IDERLOIN lb
SAVE K)c-AMERICAN KOSHER
TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
Lean Ground Chuck
OA.-FLA, GRADE FOf FRYER PARTS
LEGS f.\HOLr)
BREA5TS (WITH RIBS)
OPLiM STICKS. THIGHS ,LIM5 '
LB
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SAVE 30* -BONUS SPECIAL!
SPARKY
CHARCOAL
BRIQUETS
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BAG
PG
^
PHISI MN B- I'fRvi' ">R BAHARD
Sweetmilk Biscuits
QUART I -
Imperial Margarine
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Power "99" Low Fat Milk
HAKES OR n _
Dutch Chocolate Drink 2 35c
Master's Sour Cream 43c
.-.. .
American Process Cheese 3 $1
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59
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.. .
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CONT
2
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TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
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ORANGES lO 39
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TEXAS
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
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B&itbe/viies
RITZ LOW CALORIE
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KING SIZE
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SAVE ?0c IB INTERNA- ONAl *0S maI
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