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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combininjj THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 23
M
iami. Honda Friday, June 5, 1970
Three Sections Price 23c
etter To Rogers Urges
ets Be Sold To Israel
Saturday's Death Toll
Highest Since 1967 War
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tuo-t !'.luls of the
signed n letter iut>
en Tuesday, in
i Imlnlstration
10 irni' Immediate
- ii. ol addition-
its I lei in view
Soviet military
Middle Bast in I
| Imbalai
.\: tb states.
wiiiih also
saltation oti
... neetlng be
:
Folk iwi by the
i part
Hm Senate :
lid Nixon call
i fni m to '.'. It
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n .iiii thi
Idle
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Sei Hugh Sc
s. n. Walter F.
ii. i.
w hich d<. lai es the
i ompi lied to
I in genes -
Sot k t milil
Middk East wras
11 G Torbert,
S< ci in > of Stab
n.il rU-latiuna. by
i Sen Stuart s>
who is .1
the Si li.i'. !'.>
'ommittee
in. Soviet Ut
i .In.-i 1 I ombat
with

Interest
TEL AVIV UTAi Satur-
death toll was the hi
the Israeli forces haw Buffered
in ;i single day since the June,
I9'i7 war; 13 Israeli soldiers
wen killed in two separate am-
bushes on tin east bank i f the
Suez Canal, two others were
cli a.| after a clash with guerril-
las in the .Ionian Valley. In ad-
dition to the '! ad, a tot i
< iIu wen wounded ant two
i soldii is wi re taken pi is-
oner by thi I rj pt ians.
Officials said the Egyptian
Children
When Arab tenorist; hem across the Lebanese border
launched a bazooka attack on a school bus, 12 persons
lost their lives, seven cf them children between the ages
o( 6 and 3; more than 20 children were also wounded. Picture
shows some oi the victims being evacuated irom the scene
c! the attack by ambulance and helicopter.
Continued on Pg 5-A
I nited Nations \ <>t
Jewish Groups In (
I'NITEDN V : a MS"
Tin- U.N Economic and Social
i | I I rt't ai n
'. 'A
ish i n i I'.-li I' as i
in.i
wit .' tat I
m**mU is,
\ ...
So\kt-Aral I loc w hich
rive
CBJO I
es It-10 To Retain
lonstiltalive Status
Until, one ol its three ronstitu-
nl group* : tativi
'1 ie motion adoited contained
an amendment which puts the
.!. u h groups ii pri ibat I
.. r It provi fi i
i- nsioi to !* Invoki d
. iS '< any time the U.N.
BJO is
Continued on Pa** 2 A
Again
Rockel Target
II I. AVIV (JT \ The
rocket .attack on a i'" isan school
which left two children dead and
four oungsti i and I hi lults
w ounded, was the third ii
in two weeks where childi i
wi re the victims, One child is
killed, ami five othi rs were hurt
in Monday's attack on a school
in thr same town.
I",. isan. a towr of BlXMlt 12,000
has been a treuuenl target >t
artillery and rockel attack from
- t he in der, < Mldren sleep
in underground shelters, si I
ci ncrete bunkers are located in
easy reach ol homes and the
school Bui these attacks
without warning, the shells ex-
ploding in the school yard where
firs! gradi ra w re lust filing
Ii i their classrooms Monday.
The s. hool it it w .s ,;,i t >
direct hits Wi 11
..r. making it unlikely that the
:i an identally became
Continued on Pg 2 A
commando action on the Sue?
i .in.11 front wus coordinated
with has*) arMMary narrates,
an indication that the increased
S'\iet military presence in the
area is hecjnnini; to make itself
lilt. The fayptia are now at-
temptlng large aeale raids across
the canal as w.n as air assaults.
A military spokesman
first I ambush occurr 't
al "in noon Sat unlay. An Is
mobile patrol "as caught i
h ina.i Ih twei n a hill an :
salt marslM s at kilon t.! 12,
Port Said, Tl I
tians opi ned fire at point-l
u ith thi n i i
> lives ol i im and wound-
linn. Thi > took
ner bel......I ...
Israi li n tui
tillery opi r* I fire on the
inforcements rushii I i
Forci lets w
called in to silt nee th bat ti
d com im ouslj :
nearlj houi s.
1 imbush took |
at kilometi i i im al out I
|i m. I-'our Isi a< ii si Mi. rs W I I
killed and a fifth taki n pi is-
oner before the Egyptians
treated in that incident, a short
distance south of the first.
Kgyptian I'r>-sident l.mn.n
A tide I Nasser, ii|x>n his return
I nun consult a! ions with Sudan-
M and I.ihvan leaders in
Is Ii tini. made the statement
that "Soviet advisers are with
Egyptian 11 in.| is everywhere."
That statement and the
taint} that the quantity 't So-
viet arms flowing into Egypt is
much greater than was at first
nated, plus i
In the Sui / an a w i re the I
oi serious liscussi >n in the
wet kly Cabinet -
Cornerstone To Contain 'Time Capsule'
I .iml ImmixI oi
the Greatet M i
Ion have announc-
lain : cen -
I (he Jew isi y. del a-
' will take pll
I 5 00 p ni at the eon-
f la .it. I on Bis-
n evsird at (2nd Stn I
'.'.. iss y,,\, ration's
reported mat Metro
k Hall Miami May-
or Sti vi i'l irk Senators S
Holland and E hvai I I
,\ :. ntatives Claude
I | I "ante Fasci
.: othi rs h i\> i n Invited
to i art* ipate In the ceremon .
which is open to Greater Miami's
. it ii Jew lah community.
According lo Mr Weiss,
time capsule rontaii Ing the mo-
j, i m. ws pvi nts ol the da; will
i.-. ,1 :n the con ne ol
thi n. w Federation building II
will !> opened in the yi ai
tin 100th anniversarj year ol
the In iter Mi imi Jewish Fed-
e i-. ;.
T',.. huilding, to be located
jus; north oi the Channel 1"
an.! SCM buildings, will housi
ire iter Miami Jewish Fi d-
Its executive offices
< impaign offices of the (' m
bined Jewish Appeal and Israel
I ..m gencj r'uin! bud et ind
social planning offices The Bu-
ti a.i ol Jewish Education, th..
National i' i mi i ol Jew ish
Women, the Americ in J. *ish
Committee and American Jew-
ish Congress, will also oc ip>
sji ice in the building,
The entire cosl ol the struc-
ture I- being funded by Th--
Centurj Club, a group of 100
( hairn
which is .1 eph Kanter,
An unusual feature of th--
building will Ik- a 3-atorj
window wall oi mirrored gl iss
The building will also contain
one of the finest Jewish re-
sen ch librarii in the United
States, with 25,000 volumes il
Hebrew, Yiddish and English
language works on Jewish his-
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Page 3-A
9-Jewist>nork0Mi
FridgY- lune 5, 1970
Milton Hornstein Elected Children Again J
President Of Beth Torah Rocket Target
I
H<-n Hornet* in. North Miami
.1.'' 'V ,, W idcj md n:' ill' t i
i < ..! s.-. \ h e Boii d, has b <
MIUON HOKNSTtIN
leetsd praahlenl ol Beth Tamil
'imi'jp-.'ition for the forthcomtni
car. Mr. II irnatein, together with
ill the offiesn Mid Board of
Tnattasa will ba Installed .it 8:15
m. Frtdaj \ i< I !i> Dr. Max
A. UpscWtz, Rabbi of Beth Tbrata
An On.-w Shabbal honoring the
early alected offtocra will '* held
laViavlng tha tanace*
Mr. Hoi In, who nnakea hia
lona ..i low N East lfietod St.
N'arth MUnri Ife-ach. his been a
nambri- of Both Torah for the
st |fj years and was ana <>; tha
iia)oi" leaders reeponsible for its
ibeaaaaaneJ growth from imaU
mgri gallon, known i- M mtk Uo
lc J< -w sh Center to '" of the
..1 i ." oan-
-.it'u. tiona of Gn Mia I H
in Miami from >'i I rphi l
n Dec mb 1945 and u t i hta
v: t. ities first thi
.li..:n r- m b Jay i" iu-
'>
I I n
irun "i in f rn
h's flrsl Ml N'S <"' "
I- lent.
In ". t h *.'
hat 1 jen
f ,-].
Mr. H : '-
chairman >>f the Cultural Com-
mittee .it the Cltj of N rth M uni
Beach an i of the Public it tl -
.'ommwsiiin. He twice secvid i
P i -1 il c n t of the P nts'
Council ol the North D I
uni Is i member ol the M i on:
ind ih" RUcaji charter membi
he Kn ghta Of Pythias North Mi-
Ba ii-ti Lodge foi i>' i I lit l
ind pait ': itaa in and was H s<
l. nt of their Benevotont Or
;.litigation.
Other offtoera to ba Install d h>
. i- Irving Newman, executive
ice areaident; laving Kuttler, Saul
Schreiber, Matthew Ettlnger, and
Juries Arthur Snyder, idea ptssl-
dent-; H> Kit/, treasurer; Morns
Fctdman, youth vice Dissident;
fudge Arthur Winton. hOUM via
.: -ui.nt: Ben Karp, financial see-
Mrs Julian' Frank, rec ird-
tarj: Mrs. Saul Schreiber.
cortreaponding secretary.
Trustees for llie year 1970-71
v.U Include William 1$ I-* n.Ray
B m n Judge Stanley Caiden
Dr. Samuel FeMtnan, MiHon Fein-
ttein, Mrs Joel Gottehrer Julius
>rdon, Frank Hornstein, A Kaufman, Sydney Levy, David
Misonzniok Ben Newmark, Nat
Ostrov, S i Pepper, Seymour Roa-
i'ii. N..: Schwa lb. Kiyjene Seh:r/-
berg, djlen Sharpe, Mn Sl
Sti in and Carl Zwerner.
American Israeli
All Religious Articles $
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Schools Homes
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a 1 7722
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CONTACT LENSES
Selevan Being Honored
Arthur A. Sck.-van will be hon-
ored at the Jewish War Veterans
Department of HutUe ODnmanaY
r's Banquet in the Amerieana
Hoti l Saturday eei nlng, June 13,
t has assn aanounoad. Speaker h
icIm duled ti) be Air Koi. Eh u:
Gen. Daniel James, Jr., who now
servt as Deputy \--i-' int Secre-
tary >t Defi n*" in chargi ol Pub-
\-t :- Daniel V. Hi i kit In-
sistent Si en tary ol D ftru will
N' .in honored guest at

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targets ol the lewurbts.
Israeli Air For. e Jet% and ar-
tillerx retaliated iiuniediiilel\.
nuiKiiu: boawj ataarlai <>u ajnar
niia i aaaa aatd lardanaw eaal
iiac|i kraaj aealtloaa in the u-
rertloa Iron arfaleh t-ie rarketa
cam*. An eye nitaa aajd ''"
Katyusha rixkils slainnied into
the town in one minute.
i, Moahtj Payaa. who In-
spected the damage and met
with Beisan's town council, dt-
dared, "These terrorists don't
mind killing ohiktren, ami ihe
JordaniaiH and Iraqis are help-
ing them so we are hitting
baek
Israel I Amhassailor to tta
United Nations. Voaaf Tekoah.
wm inatruoted Ua auhasil a let-
ter of i>rotest to aha Securthy I
Cnineil Imklink: tli" Jordanian j
government fully tvs|*msibie.
I .\. Will Retain
CoiiMiltant Groups
(Continued from I'a'.'e 1)
guilty of Hta afasjajaa mads
against it.
AH. r C'BJf* s|K>ke out against
Soviet anti-S* mitisin ami sup-
ported Israel against Russian-
Arab black attacks, die Soviet
delegate to EXXVSOC charged it
"does not apeak from humani-
tarian grounds but rather from
national grounda," and ealUM
the Jewish orgaiu/atu-r. an e.\-
Ireme nationalist gro
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Mayshie Friedberg
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WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
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to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
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The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
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Chairman
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Friday. June 5. 1970
AnistrkrirJ*ir)
Page 3-A
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Community Leaders Mark Independence Day ,-,'l,k,?,i" 9odfe^
M.a.ni Jewish commnni'\
,n pvevtom rtoordi In
v laundllm ih- IOT0 la
.; drtVC with puivhaws .
v, | ,,,,,, it the UraH InrUp >nd
^v i >.,> Dinn.r lasl Sit tin!.i\
',,-h- This rwponae i" >n ap il
I .eon Kranhii, natlohal
in "f the taH Bond
, ;, more than doubled
ml wl l bj thta date I ial
>"'
^ y 1,000 eomnumitj h
toineri May T. dl> K-.il. k In the
Grand BaBronm of the Fontain-
;,i,:ii Hotel in .-l.-br.itinK larael'
22nd anniveraary "f Rtatehood
Uudint the Miami outpouring.
\;., Kollek promised be aild
ilv tend g/oUea pin <>f the
Olty of Jerusalem as ;i token of
his appiKiai.un to each of the'
hohoren and th. chairmen of [*
rael Itond events held in prepara-
tion for the rtffk al i mnchin
th*- Bond drive it the independence
Da) Dinner.
II mored d Ihe dinner were Mr
and Mrt. .1 ick S Popick Mr Po -
ek wta thi r rlpU nl of the Jeru-
tak in freedom tvrard and Mrs.
Popick w;i- il rec plenl of th
coveti 'I Wo nun 01 \' dor \u
I>r. Irving Lehiman, chairm tn ol
ilii- i> tat .1 ol the lar u I B >nd or-
g mutation, 1 nfi 1 r ihe awards
upon them in beharl of thi- State
f Israel and the Israi I B 11 1
1 hxanizntion.
I innei chn rman w tu .1
>ii II
Mr and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, prominent Miami leaders for
Israel, were honored at the Israel Independence Day
.-: Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel, receiv-
ing the Jerusalem Freedom Award and the Woman of
Valor Award from Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem. At
left :s Joseph H. Kanter. nationally prominent Israel Bond
leader, who served as chairman of the dinner.
K inter, prominent community de-
veloper and philanthropist who ia
11 chairman of Ihe Uniti Jewish Appeal ami .1 national Is-
rael Bond leader. James M. Al-
pert, chairman of the Israel Bond
mization, presented .1 report
on acth itk to date.
Others on the program w<
Herm n Shaw, Milton Sirkin, Sid-
1 l> Ansin, Jacob Rifkin, Dr
Eugene Laboviti and Cantoi Nico
Peldman.
Michael Litvak, director of th-
Plessner Elected By
Temple Beth Moshe
ti raid M. Plessner, 15781 M
14i!i Ave North Mi: i>i l'. ach, h -
t 11 rk -ted py dent of Tempk
Beth Moshe, l.TtWO W Dixie Hwy
North M ami, Mr Plessni r, the
Directoi ol Developments and
Public Relations of thi S uth
Florida Council of 1 li. Bo> Seouts
of Ami ri 1, succ< eils Mi I-' l.-
ai il Milk 1 in the position,
1 tth rs el< cted lo nervi ith
Mr I' < c \lo pr< ident<
Ernest fi rstein, Mark Marks
Man in Xcwmark, David S
seen lai i< S '' 1 Htw md
Shi 1I.1 < "aplin, nnd tn'asurei Phil-
ip \bel
A speci 'I installment : -. ice
Mill [ h. ,l at r. th M whe thel
..:< .-,;.( .11
p.n mling to an annoui
men I m ide by Dr .1 <-<-i -h A. Go
finkel. I', ibbi of the Congr. ita
lion The Rabbi will be fhe in-1
st illin iffic r An Oneg Shabbut
m il hi honor ol the m ivry i" ,
tta!led officers will be given by
tin Temple's Sisterhood following
thi services,
1-1 el Bond Organization, who wH I
lead .1 delegation ol Miami lead-
I 1- "ii 1 pilgrimage to Israel Julj
II lo Auc 4. reported thai Mayor
Kollek had extended a special In-
vitation to the id legation for a
reception ol state to I*- hosted l>;
the M ijror in Jerusalem.
Highlight of th.> festivities was
the kindling ... thi Israel Menorah
"i Statehood, commemorating thi-
22nd anniversary. Tlie ceremon)
was conducted by Dr Leon Kronish
with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper
serving as torch bearers and Mr
and Mrs. Jack Katzman as hold-
ra of the 1 -il--t ii^rhi Candle tight-
rs included i.lrs Anna Brenne
Meyers, Herman Shaw, Harry Sir-
kin nvi Joseph Cohen, Jack Kink
and David Miller. Mrs. Philip Thau
1 mil Mrs Max Wiv'/. Morris GoM-
farb and Dr. Abraham Cohen
Isaac Sllberberg and NaumRozen
cwaig, Larrj Aberman and Murra)
Candlb, George Mildwoff and
Kmanuol Mint/. Abe Eisensteln
1 net Dave Eisenstein ind Milton
Kahn Irving Cypers and Ma>
Braun, .lack Filosol and Moe Levin
M Alfr d Sinn,' ind Mrs 1I>
man Kolko, Hiram Goldstein in '
m it lhe l lartston. Dr. Isaa
(Jntemian and Dr. Adolph Finklei
David Krause. Joseph Mansl
Dr MaxuTll Dauer, Lewis Zorn
Nathan Vlock and Nathan Gcld-
ila'-'er, \ ,1 \1 >lask>. Nath n
Darskj and M n >r Teddy Kollek.
Awards Presented
Certificates, plaques and pins
were presented this week lo out-
standing Dade Countians as well
as members ol the chapter ^11 tin
annual dinner meeting ol Dede-
Moiin.i- Chapter, Leukemia Sex-i-
ty nl America. Attorney Irving .'
Whitman, president of the li- l
chapter, made the presentations
in recognition ol tiu-ii service, sup-
port and dedication to the Society
programs "1 research, aid and
ducation,
Chapter members receiving tin
awards included Murray Dronsky,
Fred Harder, Stanley I. Levitt,
Henry Ridge, Rabbi Robert P.
Frazln, Dr. and Mrs. Dani< 1 D.
Nixon, Mis. Ruth Regina and Mrs.
Irving Whitman. Mr. Whitman re-
ceived a citation from chapter
members; sock'ty officers J.-i|'i
I P. Manners, Robert II. Newman.
Dr Jacob Colsky and Frarl; To-
l ack were also recipients.
Non-members receiving si.ial
plaques include Jack Teith B
lamm S. Schwartz, Rob" t >'
Holmes, .li and the sodety'* hon-
11 y chaii man, JacMe Gl asoi
n ho u ill n ci iv his plaque I rom
Ruth Regina whili shi is lisiting
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Volume 43
Friday, June 5, 1970
Number 23
1 SIVAN
Another Sign Of Community's Growth
Coming of age in Greater Miami could be the title of
DCMtl week's building ceremony which will mark the first
fcrrr.al process in the construction of a new, permanent
home for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. There is no
"edifice complex" involved here, for the need has beer,
there for many years and time for satisfying that need
long overdue.
Althouah it has been some 30 years since the for-
mation of a federated effort in community planning and
fund-raising, many of the original founders will be present
end, in a sense, the new building will be a tribute to them.
Its location on Biscayne Boulevard, easily accessible from
all areas of Dade County, is another sign of the growth of
the Jewish community throughout Greater Miami rather
than its concentration in one or two sections as it was three
decades ago.
Israel Is Confident Of Its Ability
The third anniversary of the Six-Day War finds almost
the same conditions which existed prior to Israel's magnifi-
cent defense of its right to live. A new dimension of ten-
sion has been added with the provocative Soviet presence
and support of Arab intransigence in refusing peace talks,
but with the aid of the equipment that the United States can
provide. Israel is confident of its ability to turn back all
military threats.
Two main principles have become firmly established
on the international scene during these three years. First.
Israel's right to stand firm on the cense-fire lines without
budging until the conclusion of a peace under which secure
and recognized boundaries will be recognized. And, sec-
ond. Israel's right to self-defense and to acquire the equip-
ment required for defense and deterrence.
All the conflicting statements and actions since those
June days of 1967 do not negate the fact that Israel stands
ready to meet with the Arab leaders anywhere, at any time,
to end the Middle East conflict. It is our hope that in this
year such a meeting will come to pass.
Jews Can Now Identify With Zionism
For the first time in the Zionist movement, an American
Jew will be able to join the movement without having to
belong to any of the 23 existing Zionist organizations.
Whether another organization is needed in American
Jewish life Is questionable, but the formation of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation will lead to the elimination of the
American Zionist Council so that the court remains the
same. The important thing is that Jews who wish can now
become identified with Zionism in general lather than hav-
ing to join one of the present groups and becoming involv-
ed in old Zionift politics.
Military Life Still Holds Attraction
Not usually listed as "Jewish" careers, the mi' I
. hcld; c-?rac!ion for some of our young people. Tnirty
hem were cmong the graduc: the US:
'...is month: I -.pol.s, ten b
i crce Academy, seven ct West Point ani two !:
Merchant Marine Academy. Apparently, not all 01 I
men want to be doctors and lawyers.
One Admires Their Persistence
One has to admire the persistence of those who wish
to use public property for the display of religious symbols.
like the cross on the Dade County Court House, if not the
motivation. Some months ago the U.S. Supreme Court rul-
ed out a crows in an Oregon park but its advocates re-
cently came back with a charter amendment election vic-
tory which established it as "a war memorial." The op-
ponents promise to go back to the courts, pointing out
that it's a bad law, not to say poor theology.
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
The evidence is quite e'.-ar
thai the majority O* church-gO-
in? (ami only to a lesser degree
synagogue-affiliated i Americana
an- not pleased with church in-
volvement in political an.'.
aMUes Attacking sinkulness in
<;,.n, Rll \"V -how. .1,
-. ife ti.u when i par-
I..-.i gets th label the
v r Is likely to gel Int i
.... >t to say the b 1
the church Its ac lin

Which e the i
this year
n
...

Sew Yorker, th
lit is rep Ti-
ed that e\
been a:
s not unusu .1 b
I'm;. U eral ol
at ;. sent n th
Congn Incl idling Harl
\ : iyton !' but
Cath '.. pi lests eking v >' -
ratr* r than m
:. nt a new di!e ran r vot-
ers in th< Not the ist pai if
The s -holarly F ither R
Drinan, thi lib i il d in of the
Bostoi Colli Law S rho >l, is
i ng for t1 Ho n Mas-
i -husetts kx i in
John Kenni ly ntry's
first Catholic pr>
1)li _-.. i .'> : t
-. Another J< sv '. Fi
John M I. ighlin, Is tryi'
Kct th.' Republican n.....
t .i th. ^. nate In Rhode 1-* in l
while priests in Connecticut '>
V .;,. nd .. i an thet
the Congressional route.
Tin- only maior campaign I
call recall in which a c>rcvmaii
was involved was in New Jersey
during Frank Hague's heyday
when th.- Rev Lester Oee, an
(tractive vote-getter who hid
. i\ i Speaker i f the Stats
Assi mhly, was named at the ]>.-
pub for ROA rnor
and mul
whit h >uld prevenl i:
f...-. rt ion as was
h : vas famous
B '-!. i'. ':> num-
1,000 men who, unlike
Hu C punty, N Rep *1'-
cans wi n n con uptS '>
ay GooVfi
The Bl men
g| irted to Hu Is in Count t
t w itch thi ;< I v me t
,it 7 .. \ .i 10 minutes b -
fore, i at them was of-
fen i $50 (a lot I n'. i
\o at." Some did. hut
th .. who n fu* .t were Im-
mediati lj set up n ami b laten
for which thej were arrested
1 y Hague -- !>: 'ii *'!>'
in jail until the pails dosed
-|-n usu '. ( 'he reg item I
vote was eist fu- Hague's bible-
toting Presbyterian Sunday
school teacher (no Catholic
c add wm in New Jersey in tho<.-
d iys) and the day was i\. I
again I d "<
I.ke the Rev, Dee. i>rot'-s-
lant slergymen who sought of-
In pn -knu :- -.' re m nt-
|y RepirbHcan and conservath -.
i tther in P> -.ell who dk Rss
description, the ministers i* <
terving in the lions,- answer
th it description Bui tins year's
:,:. e.i US in the

I
1
.
worker-prV si traditi a |
against th.- wi V,
are staunch eh
rights
The R v
was I--:.
I.other Kinf ,-i"'t -
in the SoUthe i 'hi ;.
ership Confet m
1h- sp
"''' s (he ii
"There .- v |
tjem k-:attc ,
have to
V | hi.. |o l
dom of God
in the
'
that \ levx | \.
enough, bj th.- H-\ 11
ton.
munity *h.;-
New York's I
W I- LIT. I 10 '
hut M Ith lieu :n 0|
involve I New York :
"A v ilitician." bb) -
mpromlse, but i pn i
twit A pi. acher who
siic.-e>>^ul politian."
lives. "shOUl Stop 1
pj e u-her
it will | est
i-ow the people who
favorably to their chur
being Involved in -
politic il Issik w ill i-.
as candidates who want i
th. isi't'. -..V ind th
tions, Th.- odds would -
nat the liberal ;
tins time hut. tiv
them off to V/ashingt
the .m.-! waj to
them As Dr, Harrtr
"A politician n .-t con
AAAHER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHlNcrrON First, some
facts.:
ITEM: The South Vietn..
and U.S. tnxn>s m Cambodia
have taken above 10.0(10 irnhvidu-
al and crew-served weapons
or about two years of resupply
for all the 101 enemy battalions
in the southern half of South
Vietnam.
ITK.M: They have also taken
1! 5 million rounds ol
an.l machine-gun ammunit
or about a year and a half's
supply for a!l ttve enemy bat-
talions in III and IV Corps,
rTKM: Of r.cket. mortar an 1
recoilless Hfle rounds, they have
taken well above 50.000 or
enough tor :rfut 6.000 of th"
little attaeks t.y fire which are
customarily report.it as great
enemy "offensives" when they
are bunchi I together In a "high
nt." Hy the standards of th<-
high p-jints of th<- last m\
'.s the North Vietnamese
i.,. i'>,.-,.',,-. i .- the
i Goscas
ouj^ twu^ce;,.
i
Ingredients for over eig ^-
ol these pseud >-offen
iti- M Some 7.000
troops have also been ki
1,731 have been t iki
against negligible US
mute >mall South Vieti i
losses in numbers, th<
ri.-...s ,,p- neaii> equh
the whole of one of I
North Vietnamese
n oioi had stationed in l
bodtan sanctuai b
To BhSSI
far n ore csuM be i
th re 'i h
!
Is current
aesp ofl i -:,.'
i. .. i si of th

st ites and Its
. m-
d
i
out

prom ises to
'
ohon i '
Almos'
i,. i t feat
v .-:i -. "'
another I
., Eers who m
Tel and ..iv now rrdsi
Cambodia used to have
way of spending s d
such days, they would
theooward Z
of the South Vistnan -'"
Division
in the present offensive, tn
CMttnaed Pge **


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Letter Urges Rogers To Sell Planes
(Cool
n
ued frou. I'mrr 1-A)
I | thai situation
i Preai i nt'a Nixon'i
0 witlih-.l.t sali- of Jeta
, [sn lid nol > i luada the
limit th r rofc In the
i ii.. tared i tal I' S
ion n I* > best
t t > tbn .".k ->f
host ill! K s
'ilk' Whiu ii.. ha indi-
i
wi Icome the k tt< r from the
* natoi i, if was repot ti d. rh< re
were 10 oi iginal .. Ii
clud ,1 w. !'.
Man i Herm in Tain
(D-Ga (R-n v i
and \i>-
JWV Holds Memorial Services Aboard Coast Guard Cutler
svi wwn h hi lain Harold Hate auxil-
i h Wai V< ti rans De- ident. M M. Ghss
I la and its / .i,.,,,.
ay ; u I Ihe Coast lain, participated in the services;
Ct Knox, for nil World War II Gold Star mother
Mis Nathan Brown and Mrs. Ray-
mond Beyda, Vietnam >'->'.[ Star
Mother, were among those who
it tended From Dade Countj n
i .hi servicemen .pnl
l .... lo-i th, lr lives, at i
t ol Fl Ida
.in S in, and cl
Conn in addition to Sans 5)
mingt Scot) tl was
S I
1 Iwatcr. 1R-A Ed-
M Kenned) 'I1-'
Sen. Georgi r>
S.D.i and Set
Souro dd I I tra-
tioi Aould wclc. n ;
as strengthening; it i tlv
t;ilk- on Ihe Midi I rluli >1
to held this we<
Anal ily F k>bry-
i While t:.
fie nun r of jets,
ii s belli \ t id i~ti a-
tion will approve al least ;i~
many as are n ed to make up
for Israel's battle lossi -
The texl i f the Scott-Mon lale
Lutii n i ads R< soi\ d
t.ie si nsi i t th<
inti oduc n of R
: ts and th
siti i by R
i: the i rrtti
i
ti nsion in the Middle Ka-<
lent i- strong!)
ill upon the So\ let I
to wi I aw all R isian pi
:. as b ma |oi sti p low ard I
i ol peac in the
.. i- as) "
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Friday. June 5 197-%
Annual Independence Day
Celebration Set July 2nd
T>e Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Lode '. Na 1591, will hold its 22nd
ennual Patriotic Rally, at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Julv 2nd.
l'Tu. at 7 .'(> pin. The LaO^aayendr
Day Cetohrattan, ohrirving
the birtbdai >>i our country. is
.-.^iv-.>!,-,i bj tiv Ch is Pedei r
Savings and Loan Association, ai
o. lUDuiuij ten ice. George \v.
Valentine, si,-.- president of Chase
1 oral, and prominent in cultuul
id civic affairs in Southern Klo-
w 111 xtend gi eetings. Sou-
rail gifts i'l b diatriubute
.,-. of the progi hi!
The <-; m >\ of thia outstanding
nl will take form ol a tribut<
: I' 3. Son Spesa Hoi ind
I iy in ri f aervici to thi
; if Florida- Among I
to share in ihe
dui to Si I: rid will
D Miami
''. S11
M kor C Mil o'
C 111 Jltdgl Ml' .v
Robert Roth pros dent
pf th> Flnri 1 Sta'i A -
B'nai B ith Lodges Berl B vt
I 1 B*i ith Council o'
South Floi 1. -l 1 and th
he B'nai B'l ''1 Wo
1' hi" '- .: Miami H -ach
\ I i R
1 '"ut tea Sen M !! in
trod l'\ (" !. Clements, Si
( 'h.i K. 1! ral 15 iard Chail n in
hos I riendship m .t!i the s nato
b '1, '. m nj v 1
Tlif tbrillinc part of thi
I. ilh prog am \<;il !< the Pro
.- ni.'-:..11 1 Colora by the Jev .-'
.' t ru ot Uii- U.S., D -mm
: v' 1 II inoi Guard.
: <.\ Maurice W<

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Colora presentation win be th<>
Honor Guard of Homestead Air
Fore- Hi-... iluouudi the courestj
>f Coi John A. II.1U1-. r.S.A.r"
Commander, and th.- Catholic Wa
Veterana H mor Guard
Other !uticipanta in. the pro-
gram will Rev. Ft. \Vile> Scot)
Miami Beach Community Chiiich;
Rabbi David Ra ihof Beth Raphael
Congregation; Lawrence H. Shu-
man, Lodge prealdent, who will
open the program with .m intro-
duction ot S unucl Pascoe, honor-
11 > lift Lodge president who i-
- v Ing as chaii man T'n girls ?
Chad Chapter, Women's B*nali
B'rith. will act ;i- usherettes al the
Rally niidii the direction of Helen
Silveratatai and Flora Slrtlck.
Tin- musical portion >>l the even
Ing will feature the Barnett Braea-
kin Concert Orcheatra, in a series
of ipulrar numhera. Barnett Braes*
kin is h conductor of many yeai >
ind hM orchestra i< among tlu-
fincat In the area, VocaJJata arttl
Include two of Mtorni'a favorite*
Al.m Gildcraiecve, baritone, and
Ann.- Evans, iprano, whoae .- ng
Ing has drawn acclaim wberevei
they have afajtcared. Jeanettc Mil-
ler Mill deliver one ol bar famous
patriotic presentations.
The Rally will cl an after an ad |
drasa by Sen. Holland, carnmenting
on significant pn bJems now facing
our nation
Money
Management
by Jatry Schwwlz, Vic* PtCMdent, County National Bant.
YOUN<; PEOPLL NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MONEY
Five year old Jttey bounced fretfully on the back seat of
family station wagon, pleading with Ins mother to buy |,r a
shiny new bicycle, with mag wheels, a stick shift, banana sojt,
and five speeds forward.
Making plans for July 2nd Patriotic Rally, presented an-
nually by the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge and sponsor-
ed by Chase Federal, are Samuel Pascoe, ileff rally chair-
man and Lawrence H. Shuman. Lodge president; (standing)
George W. Valentine, Chase Federal vice president and
Milton Kahn. lodge president-elect, right.
Mothn', reply *t\ simple and
to the point. Vie .jn'l altoid it,
Vkc don"t ruie (lie nioiie), jul
no*."*
^-^^^^ ^b Bnun.nn
^kv '* JoC> J put
^LtM lc* v..Mils
^Jf I cr, and
%<3|affaw piped nuuki)
Jbjjdjf^^ b...l
"^^^^^^ ht'igototba
bank and prt >onf. Itiat's what
sou d<> ahaa >ou need grocery
Bioncv
I ndcrsljnd ihl>, to J.w>. ho
had been lo the bank main times
uilh hiv inoihrr to "gel ionM
money." the bank was where
monev ume Irom. Me wouldn't
understand why. if the bank gave
out monc> lor graceriea, tiny
did'i'i hand ii over just it quickly
for now bicycles, with high rise
handle-bar- vcl
Whish gnes use to snesulaiion
thai unkss Joey does k-arn nioie
about where money conies liom,
sooner or later he is (oing 10 be
asking for another machine with
Stick shitl. five speeds lorwaid,
and a 4V0 culve engine.
lls never too early to begin 1
child's fniaiu ial euu.alion As
soon as Joey or Jinie can u>,c-
lully negut.ale Ihe spending of a
dime for a popcicle, they should
know where money comes from,
how it gala, there, and who it re-
sponsible for the amount ot mon-
ey the farady has to spend.
This is ceil amis not to say that
money handling should be live
most important item in ihild Batt-
ing, or that every request should
be answered with "we can't af-
ford it." or "you'll tmr- to 0rk
for it." It's only to point out I at
sinee we spend most ol out litaj
budgeting ourselves, the ituei
learn how. the b.ttet we Jo ,i
Whether you alect l>. e:\< j ,r
child an allowance. pa\ I ,
the tasks he does jt,v,i: ,; ,, e
house, lor Ins school erad,
later, ham him earn tp
money v*till a pail lime |o|
owe it to nlnt i" las a good I
daiion for ins eventual in I
dence, his job, his retiremem.
1'ioi-ahi) (he lu-i uid
Csl, monev hanJIiii); you I 1
tan leatn ll the savings ..,
Most banks will K-happy i,
ii a son oi ccreaion) whei i
child opens hii lirsi a,.
(even though it will most lik
unpioliiable 10 thcim. H i
thev. too. are ansiou- lor I r
customers lo know the a l
Outs ol handling mores .
Older ihlklien i.jt\ USC the ad
vanned tiainmg of a I
count. Your banket w.ll .
to esplain the details ol III:,:
checks, making deposits, using t e
ihcik register, el. and n give-i a
child a genuine sen-c o! .,
plishment and responsibdns to
have his own ihllfftliml In ih.s
respesi settainly. a checking
count is mu.h belter tiainm
letting him use youi crejit cards,
shut it lequucs keeping a bal-
ance.
tor today's well aakacated chd-
dren. knowledge ot handling a
savings or cheeking account
should ionic easy, and as in n> it
training for adjlthood. the sound
Inundation >in make hie a I
happiei, and more salislyiru;.
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Friday. Tuna> 5. 1970
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
We Must Clarify Our Thinking
KIMTOR. The J*wi*h Florid Ian:
\VhuV the nation is still mourn-
,nC ovrr the tragedy at Kent Stat'
University, we might try to uM
thus niomont when Amorioiin*
,iii to be drawn together t"
clarify our thinking, which Ls bo-
,,,.1- i"<"fns'n'-ly rlari/e<1.
Siiiicr Course In
Classical Ballet Set
ITjO Mirtha Mahr School o
BnllH will conduct its annual *>
ncek Summer CtHirvr m Classical
Ballet from June 15th to July 24th
vith flaily graded -lav> Mondav
throufrh Friday of each woek for
nnt-rs. Intermediate, .Vivnno-d
,' Professional.
\ native of Argentina, Miss
u -- graduated front the Ni-
i Conservatory >' Ballet and
Music of Buenos Aires, and is
former sol ':'-, "' the Ballet A
. I i:i\ ir- She presently is cm di-
,,-|.i- of the Miami Ballet <".>m-
i Her sta rtng "( i; Belle' a u
ri ionted last Spring at the Dade
Taint) Am Utorlum with Violettr
is and Edward Villella in tht
i roles; Ons as *i ri
I 1 > Sj Iphnl i fW th.
\p my, fi aturina. v..
( < Rnyei Pern mdez
Amongst the college students, I
fird that conservatives arc called
Fascists." conservatives call lib
orals Communists" Hi<:h p*M-
cnl figures call students "bums.'
Student*, call the poHoa 'pigs" oi
'Gest.i|x>." Whites increaalngl}
suspect all blacks of IxMng "ter-
roristic Blacks lend to condemn
all Whites as bafng "lacist." All
groups exhibit a little anti-semi-
tism, each charging that the other
is dominated by .tews [The Jews
are considered nigger-lovers, capi-
talistic racists, and radical Com-
munists, all at the same time'.
The Kent state tragedy will not
have been in \ain if we can all us.
this moment to step hack just far
enough to understand what w.
an- doing to ourselves and to each
other Li I'i face up to the fact
that we are all guilty of the sin
>f gnmaHxatkm. If a few people
m a group do something with
which we disagree, we Instant!)
rontfa mn the entire group of which
these few are a i>irt 'You can't
trust an) <>f them" is a common
thi*m. on all aides. Consequently
there is an Increasing resort to th
f mm which moat be under
ttood .is a departure from the ea
re "f '< ii. < icj Whether Hv
.',
f~->i
member of a desperate minority
which fears it is not undeistood
or whether it comes from .1 ]m
officer, representing the establish''
ment. who lacks- patience in deaf
:ng with a complaining citizen,
the use of force is a ddpaHure
: from our democratic system anfl
Ls an attack on thai iyst< m.
There are an Increasing n 1 et
of impatient people in \ i 1
moncst both the "conservatives''
and the radicals" (whatever these
irds mean) who are ready ta
take the law into their own hand'
, and, thus, cru-h our dentocracy
The problem I* how t.> create an
itmosphere of trust when the e
' tmnista on either side try to j> c-
Boade us that all of the people or
the "other" aide are totally evil
Unfortunately, some of the loid
! ers in our nation have cah red to
I this attitude of alien.it ion and
polarization.
Tin task for healing our nation
begins within each group. The
najoritv of the people of good
1 will within ench group must Iso
late its extremists denounce them,
and step forward to cooperate In
ood faith. We sow an excellent
xamp!e of this in Washington on
May '.'ih when the student mar
~ha's of the peaceful march" r> s..-
I.....I ,h.- t,.\v (*rii-"Bis,i; wHn ss *!,)-
ed to cause trorb'e and actually
turned against them. The police,
had little to do in Washington be-!
Cauae the majority of tin- well
intentioned dt-monst raters con-'
trolled their own demonstration
and refused to let it lie captured
by those Interested in violence.
This i- what we ha\e to do at
every level of American life. This
Ls the first order of business in
.every area. The "conservative-"
have to Isolate the hate groups'
operating within their midst. The
; police have to control their hostile [
members, The -tudents have toi
control the anarchist! among]
them The leftist- have to control I
those amongst their own who en*
|oy batting the police and dtroy*
big property .
In spire of the disdain in which
some hold the BB>|e today it hasj
-f.ll given us a goal anil a theme
for our time. The Bible teaches |
that man is made "in the image of
God," that he i.s capable of great
growth and goodness, if we behev
in this possibility, then we musti
apply it to AU. MEN, even toj
those with whom we disa-l
grre. We must ask ourselves thei
question that the Prophet Mai ehl
uld-ess d to the conflicting groups
if liis day. "Have we not all one
tather. Hath not one God created
OS afl?" Even if one is not n -
ligious. one can understand that
all men are from one source and
have one destiny
Shall tiw extremists on all sides
rtrwu |ntn tlv-M- de-il-,' to ex-
terminate each other? ShnRrvvc-be-
the victims of their hor-tiMty? Or
shall the rest of us reach out
with all our strength across group
lines and insist, "We are broth-
ers. I^et as learn to work together."
KMtKI flKKKKKT II \ I M. AKI
Temple Belh Am
EIUTOR, The Jewish Kloridian
300.0T0 Americaji JewLsh Wom-
en Members of Hadassah ar
heartsick at the tragic death of
seven Israeli children, two teach-
ers and their driver and th.
critical injuries sustained by 2'
others when a school bus was de-
liberately shot from amlnish l>y>
Arab terrorists. We are outraged
at the unsjH-akable barbarity of
those who slaughter little children
and teachers in the name of
liberation.
Sorely our government and the
community >! civilized nation-
within the United Nation.* imi-c
share our anguish and mdsgn itlon
and will without delay
measures to prevent further shed-
ding of innocent blood. The we-
sponsilnlit\ for this heinous deed
mast I*- placed at the door of
Arab Governments who aid and
abet reckless, irresponsible terro
ists. The apparent condoning of
their activities b\ repeated n tol -
tions of the 1'nit.-! Nation- con-
demning Israel while dtoregJ dirT
Arab tet rortem can serve 01 ly I
encourage such unconsc
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Paga B-A
+3eis*rk>rkte*r
Friday. Ju: 5. 1970
Zvi Caspi To Speak
At Rally For Israel
Temple Zkm HMtrt Donors
Special honor* weir accorded its
high donors by Temple Zion Sis-
terhood at its recent luncheon.
Recipients of the special bonus
included the Mesdamcs Stanley
Cannon, living Cannon. Michael
Ctmon. George Cohen. Gerald tti-
erfeW. Jake Froue. HaroM Gold-
stein. Herbert Kat? Marshall
Schweitzer. Rmjamir aherhter
Michael Slotnk-k. Da\:d Sokol j0l
seph Walzrr. Al Wttnstein ar Nat Wcfastein
Greater Miami Jewry will cele-
brate the third anniversary of the!
reunification of Jerusalem Mon-1
ZVI CASH
V at 7 15 i>:n. In the Miami
ten Auditorium with i oom-
unity-wide Rally for Israel ex-
ected to attract an overflow
_ of no uh 4.000 persons.
The State of Israel w Bending it<
sl nguished envoy, Zvi Caspi, to
ik at the man meeting ipon-
- red by the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, tho
American Israel Histadrut Foun-
lation and numerous other Jewish
;nizations in Dade and Brovv-
ard count i -
Congressman Claude Pepper,
wh > h.'lpcd lead the successful ef-,
fort in the United States Senate
for support of Israel's statehood
Jn 1948. will be among the speak-
at the Rally. Although ad-
iaBMfl is free, tickets are re-
quired, and may be secured at the
"! tadrut office. 1 Lincoln Road1
Building; Kl Al Airlines. Carner'
Bank of Miami Beach. Washington]
Federal Savings and lx>an As-
sociation's South Shore branch:
First National Bank of Miami
ICh; American Savings and
.a an Association; Temple Enunu-
El: Temple Beth Sholom and oth-
er synagogue offices.
A special entertainment pro-
gram is being arranged by Shmucl
Fershko, musical director of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and noted Israeli
eomposiT and producer. Cantors
Saul H. Breeh of Temple Beth
Raphael. Abraham Seif of Kneseth
Israel and Zvi Adlcr of Temple
Emanu-Fl are among the noted
( .ntors on the program along with
Israeli dancers.
Cochairmen for the demon tion of solidarity with the people
of Israel during the escalating
Middle East crisis are Norman
KasMr of Coral Gables and Lou
Poller of Bay Haibor Islands.
Both are active leaders of Israel
Bonds and the Histadrut Founda-
tion, and played key roles in the
3967 Israel Emergency Fund cam-
ugn.
Dr. Leon Kronlsh, national
chairman of the board of the His-
t idrut Foundation, will be the
kevnotc speaker for the event
The spiritual leader of Temple
th Sholom. he returned from a
II to Israel this spring. R
Kronish is national vice chairman
of Israel Bonds, national vice
president of the American Jewish
Congress and national president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion Alumni
Association.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI, will bring a
message in his role as first vice
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, coordinating body
of the Conservative. Orthodox and
Refrom Movements in Judaism. I
Dr. Lehrman is former national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal Rabbinical Council and
twice served as general chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
here.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
k ader oi Beth David Congregation
and president of the Rabbinic i!
Association of Greater Miami
will lead th" capacity audience in ,
ipecial Kaddish imemorlal pray-
to the dead in Israel's ---
year quest for ptace.
The Jewish War Veterans of
The United States of America will
.!> honor guards from Miami
Beach Post 330 and the Depart-
ment of Florida to post color- I
the rally promptly at 7:45 p.m..
rding to Moe Levin, chairman
of the Labor Zionist division of the
Histadrut Council.
Israeli envi > < laspl, who also
serves as Consul of Israel to the;
United States for New York, en-
tered Palestine with Youth Aliya
in 1938 as a refugee from Nazi!
Germany.
At the age of IS, in 1910. he
joined a group which established
Kibbutz Fin-Hina/iv in the Boit-
Sbe in Valley, the area adjoining
Jordan which has been the target
of repeated Arab terrorist attacks!
recently.
In 1948. he served on the first
Israeli military supply mission to
the United States, and returned
to Israel as deputy director of the
; Jewish Agency Youth lVpartment.
head of Jewish Agency's Foreign
Students Program and as a key
member of the Israel Foreign
Ministry
The envoy has served as an Is-
raeli emissary to France and has
been assigned to the United States
since August, 19fi8. He is a
graduate of the Hebrew University
Of Jerusalem. Specialising in poli-
tical science and international re-
1 lations.
Mayor Jay Dormer of Miami
Beach, head of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council, will 1k> among
those extending greetings at the
Rally for Israel. Coordinating
plans for the rally are Dr. Michael
Sossin. president of the Histadrut
! Council: Morris Newmark. trea-
; surer; Samuel Feinstein, chair-
man of the board: and Jacob Rif-
kin, chairman of the business and
professional division of Histadrut.
Mrs Jack Wolfstein. president
of the Histadrut Women's Coun-
cil: Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
head of the legal committee: and
vice chairmen Benjamin Schwartz.
Jack S Popick, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, Philip Sahl and Jack
Filosol are working in key rally
lions.
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YOU MAKE THE LESS EACH
/I Al I s^sf^CXC Whether you make a hundred local calls
1 ,#%! \ t\ #3 I 3a a month or a thousand, you can take it for
^^--------. w granted that you'll still have only one set
monthly bill to pay for all those local calls.
_ on And compared to most things, even
SOUthern Bed that's pretty small.
In cars, bigness for bigness' sake may soon be a thing of the past,
and it's about time. Have you driven in the city lately? No doubt
the utility car of the future is the very small kind that we see so
many of already. But the luxury car of the future is, we believe, the
new Rover 3500S __ __
BABY V-8
_%*<*
*; ;iV*
th ^Jiwjtt^S^
' Omt V-8 uith 4 umpartblj priced cm ef Than, nalintd, /a tnu pnptrtion.
Traditionally, big cars with big engines are supposed to be
desirable for three reasons.
1) Because they are impressive to look at, thus winning their
owners prestige; which, if it ever did make any sense, is mak-
ing less sense every day as the streets and highways get more
crowded.
2) Big earl with hip engines are more powerful, and the
more power and acceleration you have, the better.
3) Finally, big cars are supposed to ride better and be more
comfortable than smaller cars, which may be true of limou-
sines compared to dune buggies, but hardly of outsided.
scuans compared to the 3500S.
To sum up: Bigneil in ears is a thing to be avoided, short of
inconveniencing the driver and passengers. The Kover 3500S
is ii splendid example of how. with ingenuity, this can be
done without s;uriln ing any of the conveniences.
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fnday. lune 5, 1970
Mwisti FkrMnr
Pcwr 9-A
I
There are
Fontiacs
and there are
JMPontiacs.
New Pontiacs arc factory-warranted for
one year or 12.000 miles against defects in
material or workmanship, and by a five-year
or 50,000-mile warranty on the power train.
New JMPontiacs are factory-warranted
for one year or 1 2,000 miles against defects
in material or workmanship, and by a live-
year or 50,000-mile warranty on the power
train.
The differences?
Well, the biggest difference is JMPontiac's
Exclusive JM/GM Warranty.
The special, extra warranty that picks up
where Pontiac's factory warranty leaves off.
The JM/GM Warranty protects you in
writing against everything mechanical that
can happen to your new JMPontiac for one
year or 12,000 miles.
You don't pay for any maintenance or re-
pairs. Or for any parts or labor.
The JM/GM Warranty pays for plugs,
points, condensers, oil changes, lubes, filters,
tune-ups, front end alignments, wheel bal-
ancing. You get them all free for one year or
12,000 miles.
And nobody, anywhere will give you a bet-
ter price on a Pontiac than JMPontiac.
In Hollywood, U.S. 441 (St. Rd. 7) at
Sheridan St. West Sheridan H.\ it-North-
South Expressway (1-95).
Phone; 961-8950.
JMPbntiac re-invents the auto dealership-


10- A
Friday., font 5, 1970
Shavouth Is A Pastoral Story
(A Seven Arti Feature)
Shavuoth is traditionally the
time of recalling the giving ot
the Torah. It is also the har-
vesting of ripened wheat and
the bring inq of fruit to the Tem-
ple. It is also related to the
story of Ruth so beautifully
characterized by a qentile call-
ed Keats who wrote:
"Perhaps the self-some song
that found a path through
22 Confirtnands At Judea
Temple Ju will hold Sliavuos -Confirmation
mt\ io. s Tuesday at S p.m.. at
which tim. 22 stmli-nts of its re-
ligious school, having completed
their 10th year of retigkRH edoce-
lion, will bo confirmed. The class
has cre;(te.i an ortclnaJ confirma-
tion service and will conduct the
Shavu^ lervice under the direc-
tion of Rahbi Morris A. Kiw^r.
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS FROM
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS FROM
Sol Megdell
Realtor
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 8-8551
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Datle Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER*
901 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
891-6300
SHAVUOTH GREEThNGS
J & W. Plumbing
Service, Inc.
1222NW 29fh STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS FROM
PERFECT
Corset Shop
1755 S.W. 8th STREET
Miami, Florid*
Your FIGURE Problem
It NO PROBLEM to us.
643-5946
HERMAN GREEN PAINT
I BODY SHOP
500 NE 167th Street
Phone 945-4912
2530 Ali-Baba Avenue
Opa-Loclca
Phone 685-5492
5879 Commerce Lane
So. Miami-666-4541
Holiday Greetings
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Sarvica Witt. MirHy
Si*cr IMS"
118 S.W. 27 Avenue
Phone 642-3461
the sad heart ot Ruth when,
sick for home, she stood in
tears amid the alien
corn ."
Shavuoth is basically a pas-
toral story and presents a pic-
ture of peace. But the world
cannot return to a Garden of
Eden. Progress condemned that
a long time ago. But the recent
development of a Jewish De-
tense League, with its best in-
tentions, struck dn "alien corn"
note, not in accord with the
sorv of Shavoth. It says some-
how that the Jews are a strange
minority. Most Jews would not
like to go along with the con-
cept despite the pressure upon
them by hostile elements in our
society and peihaps even de-
spite inner feelings that they
must have a defense at the
ready.
Rabbi Maurice Easendrath's
recent attack on the League, la-
beling it as "Ku Klux Klannish"
is more an expression of a de-
sire that we be at one with the
rest of the American people.
Perhaps what makes a Jewish
Defense League somewhat un-
palatable is the aping of meth-
<->ds used by ome other minor-
ity groups. The Jews have to
find their own method of deal-
ing with hostilitymore in line
with their traditions and history.
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324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
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'o All Greetings
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759 N.E 79th Street
Phone 754-5527
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS
JOHN L POWERS
ICOOI IM.
RE ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph. 531-3018
Licensed and Insured
Budoet Terms
1628 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
MARIO CASTILLO, Owner
724 N.W. 21st STREET
Holiday Greetings to All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG.
MORRIS GOL0WAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men. Women. Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph 371-4652
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
NEIL'S
Atlantic Service
9798 Bird Road
DIAL 221-9992
COMPLIMENTS OF
FLORIDIAN
PEST
CONTROL
659 N.W. 115th STREET
1-6904
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS FROM
CnmpbelVs
VTLANTIC SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
L T. CAMPBELL. Prop.
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS
BALDWIN
. Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Inc.
PHONE FR 4-8181
840 Biscayne Blvd Miami
/> K S K
v v c // I \ r; e
Phone NE 4-4024
Now and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
Holiday Greetings to The
Jewish Community
HERBERT
SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
17018 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 947-6894
To All Greetings
TAMIAMI
PLUMBING
CO., INC.
James L. Burgin
Serving South Dade County
and South Miami
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
SOUTH FLORIDA SALES
MUTUAL Of OMAHA
Phone 377-4971
Holiday Greetings
To Our Custon-ers
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
145 LINCOLN ROAD
2038 COLLINS AVENUE
HAPPY SHAVOUTH HOLIDAY TO All...
JOHN MATTHEWS FORD
1200 W. 49th STREET
PALM SPRINGS MILE
822-3211 or 822-3212
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO All
FROM CARL KAPLAN
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.L 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
GREETINGS TO ALL.. .
EMERSON RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
3032 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Telephone 634-9316
To All Best Wishes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Wax Papei, Freezer Paper,
Delicatessen Paper, "Tropical"
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO ALL
EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phono 751-5084
GREETINGS FROM .
BARR PLUMBING CO.
61 E. 2nd STREET. HIALEAH
Phone: 885-4282
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO ALL
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS t SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami. Fle. H 1-7889
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BIDG 221 N.W. 1st Court Miami
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 681-4621
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO ALL
SEARIE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC
All 101*1 Of IMSUI4NCI
113 AUMHIA AVENUI COT* I G4U*
Phona 443 2553
GREETINGS!!
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. Bth STREET PHONE FR 3-2509
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
SHAVOUTH GREETINGS TO ALL
MADE* & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
DLAL 379-3401
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
HOBART MANUFACTURING CO.
9100 NW. 7th AVENUE
Phone 759-5702




."- *\ \<.
Ljry. June 5. 1970
11 LSV Members From Area To \ isit Israel
.^age 11-A
l mi'd Synauoaiio Youth
cli,,n. representing foui
gallons, vUl travel to Israel
mmer \\ itli the annual l"SY
PUailiiHi >i"'"K more
. younustirs from th
j states ami Canada in a
.,ih Florida members two-month vtaii in that country,
Judy Kulamky "f Xrmpla N< i
Taiintl. \Wu> was i lectrd president
I th. USY's Southwest Region at
its rcceat regional convention in
h.' Duix.rit Plaza Hotel will be
among this group ol local young-
item siir was a recipient of tin
annual Southeast Region United
Synagogue Youth Israel Pilgri-
mage Scholarship. A second achol*
irsbip was awarded to Rafael
I5< hmoiraa >! T mple Menorah.
Foui other Temple Menorah
/oungsti n are scheduled to l
smoag the group also, The) are
Israel Schniadoakl, Mann Ginz-
burg, Alt) rto Esqui nazl and Mar-
ia Terner. David Shkoler will Ix
n presenting Temple Zion; Bruce
Fii* iii.ii. s sam Stoi e, \\Yml\
Milki and Cherly Levine, u/hoai
lamUiec i < members >f Temple
Sinai. Hollywood, will also in
the uioup kaving [or Israel on
July l. Tiic youngsters are xni ct-
I'd tu return in time for the animal
United Synagogue Youth iummei
imcampmi nt at the ind of August
in Hnmiersonville, N'.C.
Among tin' other regional offi-
11 is |. ii. d at tin' convi iitmii h n
win' Hi vice pn sklents, Bruce
Finsti i of T. iii|)l.- Israel, Orlando,
mil I alii Schaif. Temple Sinai.
H'\mmmI: David Ttnenbaura of
I( tii Torah Congregation, North
Miami BVaeh, treasurer; Miriam
Rubel ni Ahavath Achim Congre-
nation. Atlanta, recording secrc-
lary, and David Morris >! Congre-
gation B'l ii Israel, St. Petersburg,
ci.iT' s|Hinitins Si en lary.
i isi i >i i u i n km n <<\
Mil
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President's Council Installs New Slate
I;l
Presidents I i .1 "I Miami
d its ii' u slati "i
- .n >i din rton this week al
;: i'tii
led b> m in> prominent citi-
iid offielala
h' nei i; a Puller Wai ren, lh<
Lallu led over
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\\ i- the point division, arvl Itl
ars ami man have (ought
with conspicuous courage ;>nd
lotny. Hut so far a- one
kni'as. none of the dtsaster-
.. t hu m id public atpol-
to the AH\'N 29th, or itvi
iny of the other who have
!> i doing equally well. Yet the
general excellence <>' A!'.VN's
performance In Cambodia again
newi by any standard, as-
i aOy In view <>f the Pn --
.! nt'a \'u'tnami/ation program
Then tome pretty iu'->
thing* one is tempted to 11>
alx>ut all this. But it is perhaps
better to examine the reasons
tt'. Cambodian gaiiiila now has
i '< tremendous promise.
It will no doubt come as news
* i many senators, but the fact
l- thtJ even the enemy's troops
.annot co on fighting without
guns and ammunition. In Cam-
bodia, we have now scooped up
i I the guns and ammunition
and many other things that were
destined to nourish the enemy's
war in III and IV Corps for much
more than a year.
Unless Hanoi can perform
miracles of resupply. therefore,
the war in the lower half of
So th Vietnam should now begin
to wither away by Stage* Genu-
Ine miracles will be needed to
avert this result, moreover, be-
cause there is no d^ubt. any
longer, that virtually all the sup-
Tvi> (or III and IV Corps have
l>'i t coming by sea. through |
the Cambodian ports, for a. very
long time.
This is proved by the kbels
the caches in th.- sanctuaries: !
and thLs leads enormous si^nifi-
cance (0 another cnicial fact
The Preaidenfa gamble has de-
<:-..v!y closed the Cambodian
poi is to the enemy, and it can be
fj itly predicted they will t>e kept
Closed, tio matter what happens.
No increase of effort on the
1 ios trails can possibly compen-
sate the enemy Hot the loss of
Sir. inoukvtHe. This loss, in fact.
ild be even more upsett nig to
tin Hanoi war-planners than
th< i loss of far more than a
- s 4pl> for tlM'ir units in
III ,,ml IV Conpa.
'I"he North Vietnamese troops
it i ambodia. finally, have been
tig every sign of desperate
disorganisation, to the point of
r. ;> -ated disol>edicnce of th.'
uished orders of the High
Command. Despite further mis-
representation on this subject.
n oraover, there is no shadow o(
a present threat to Phnom
Penh.
. !sit the future of the I-on No)
government at Phnom Pet* re-
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:d see whether the Cambodian
its present promise
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sts. Auxiliaries
h jWV To Hold A
itate Convention
, -wide convention will I*
thi PoatS and Auxiliaries
(n, i. u,.-!i War Veterans of ih.
c \ ,i the Americana II '.
1 I it has been annoui <. .1
,< /. l.l.i Glass, president of
WVA's Department of Florida
I honored at the preaiden-
on Saturday during
i mvi rition.
President's Club KleeU Its Offcieers
'
-.'- Glass is !> ing endorsed by
A in this ana for the
, i guard on a natl
\ \i<>.r> N i 681, III..
S i ings Pott, is aidi
i .i t'ii' posit!
: tment li \. 1.
thi i'--t nn
elect
. : Iheii alteri
i : !!.. I ... S
ind S
::.: t them AM
.: Vnn McC
M it/. Mil mm P.-
; liary will hold in asl
: lo th. convention in
afeti i la on I 4th
9 '" a ni. S'lndav
The President's Club of Greater
Miami Beach held their election
of officcri recently in the Arlen
House Club Fioom. Th. i;> :
hod been adopted at a previous
meeting, and a cops rai distribut-
ed to aH members who attended
tru meetii
Th.' of ftci i elected were presi-
dent, Shepard w. Davis, Irvine
Cypen and Nate Wi Instock vice
prcsl nts; treasurer, Sol Sh tyt
ri e rdinj n tary, Sam Pa
"' .: seen tary, Henry
and parlimentarian, George
Kotin.
The Boat
ied : 15 nbers, -'-\. n
if t ind i
Tli
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I Percy 1
dei K i, a.,11
Beckman, Mis. ftoaali e
Golan, and Sam Kline.
The next meeting of the Presi-
dent's Club will be held Thursdaj
June 23, .it H.OJ p.m. at a meeting
place to be announced.
Moshe Shoshani Returns
To New Post In Israel
Mi she Shoshani. who had served
as director of the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist office covering the
11 southern states for 2'-2 years,
has been recalled to Israel to
assume *a new position with th.
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* fe*isl> ficrMian
Friday. June 5
m
CAPITAL COMMENT
by Sam Lipsfci

I nited States Doesn't
Grasp Israel's Plight
ON Tilt. IAV when Israelis awoke to ratal the
in ws thai Soviet pilots viv flying combat
missions over Egypt, a Jerusalem student was in-
terviewed by oric ncwspaiar for man-in-thc-stio t
reaction. il< said: The Americans will realize how
high the stain i aie ndW, and will surely help us
Tin remarkable tact is that the United States
does not iven now seem to realise how high the
stakes an and there is no guarantee ihey will five
the isi; lis 11. material help and political tupport
they i)'"1 Why is that so remarkable? Because in
trying to explain what leeita to (>< American in-
difference, we came upon one of the most signifi-
cant turning points In international relations since
World War II. And on. day the paralysis ol power
in Washington at that point will gtve Mttorlana
pan-.'
Torn the Israeli point of view the rapid accel-
eration of Soviet penetration int.) Egypt poses I
clear-cut threat to the survival of the state and
tin' physical safety of Its citizens, riom Americai
point of \i.w. the threat :> major interests goes
,\in beyond the viability ol Israel.
Th. re can i*- no doubt about the extent of the
S \ n t Intervention and the very real shift In the
balance '.f power not only In Arab-Israeli terms,
but even more significantly, m Soviet-American
terms A series of detailed and documented reports
havi revcak d a feverish Soviet build-up, bs ominous
foi the Middh East as the events which led to the
Cuban crisis lit the W< sti rn Hemisphere Th.- bolld-
up, it was reported, is part ol s Smut strategy
aimed at control i f the Suez Canal, the Red S a
and ultimate!) the oil rich P i sian G ill stati to i*'
vacated b> I'titain at th- end of 1971 This is not a
Ml war" OT B 'war ol UN ration it is a military
takeovei bj stealth while Washu.gta dithers Par
the first tun. since World Wai II Russia has
combat troops th. latest estimate is 15.000 Into
.i war situation beyond the traditional sphere of in-
fluence ceded to Moscow m the Yalta talks
Thi paralysis m Waahlngton might explained
by ihree factors in addition to Washington's preoc-
cupation with Indochina trie titnper of the times,
changing American attitude! toward the Soviet
l"ni n and Communism, and conflicting advice with-
in the administration. President Nix<>n has demon-
strated that he does not lack couragi this is what
mak. ^ his h< sitation so baffling.

BOOK tivnvt
By Seymour B. Lhtbinoii
'anorama.
1y~6aVh> scHWAm
Noiseless Cars And Students
M
an has a peculiar genius,
Herbert Spencer once said
I he never dors anything right until
he has tried every possible wrong
method first. The obvious eludes
I iis. and the best way to attia.t
attention to anything Ls to try to
onctal it. This applies to such
Ifiel.ls as power he digs in the
..utn tor coal anil oil. while ignoring what Dr.
Abraham Oplatka of tin- W izmann Institute calls
the oldest type of transformation known to man-
kind the -,,in. kind of process which every living
thing uses to move his muscli s. "
w. move our muactca with power produced by
chemicals in the food we eat, and th- same power
. ..aid be used to drive a ear. Certain Substances are
Known to contract and expand when in contact with
. a. h other, and it is proposed that this factor be
iilili/. .1 to do such things as drive Carl and desal-
Inati kb water. We don't give off smoke or male,
much noise when we rais. our hands, and this i-
the aame dower they projmse to use At the Welz-
matin Institute, they are already wing Dead S
salt to turn things in a small way. but it will pp,
;dii\ be many years before a car can be mn b\ f
typl of energy. Isiat 1. however, is in tn. fi
oi th. research into the poaslblllties.
When Hubert Hamphrej and his wife visit
Israel recently, Mrs Humphrey was interviewed
the Jerusalem Post. She was telhng how
students had d. sceiid. d on their home, and \..
-in- said to one t.f them who was carrying ;. \,
ugly sign about the "murder ol children." Shi u
i told him that if he n ally cared about rhildn
he could come with me and work with retard
children. It's easy just to carry signs.
The Humphreys," aha continikd, "had tn
through a didn't think everyone owed them a i
people m Aim rlca seem to lack the sense ol
winch th. younir people ol brat who ) -
tin n country, haw
Mavl* Israel'i Bcientiats should trj in ;?f
noiseless college stud, nt .is w. :i as a noisi
The Humphreys would not \- the onl>
welcome such a thinj.
Ah
|Tei
Israel Newsletter
By CARl ALPERT
Israeli Policeman Citizens' Friend
The Converts
IN ONK Or TIIK immortal writings of
King Solomon, who Used more than
2.000 years ht fore the invention of th.
printing prcJBB, he listi-d a number of
things which are beyond the compre-
hension of mortal man. Had he lived
after the 15th century, he undoubtedly
would have added to his list of un-
fathomabus the reason why daughters
and'or wives of famous men led their life stories are
fast mating, unique or contain such eternal truths that
they niitst be printed.
The Miter of Teresa; .Schwartz Torres Levin was
Mark SV.-ar.-z. a sculptor of note who professed atheism
but bell v. d that J-sus was the Messiah. He and his wife
wen converted to Catholocism before Teresas birth, and
after she was horn, her mother later told her. they six nt
in. real at their fives' in a "white marriage" meaning
th. v had no sexual relations. An authobiography. The
< aarreraa (Alfred A Km.pi. 1MB), details Mrs. Levin's
life down to IMS. with just one page devoted to her note
about having married Ml yet Levin, the author, and borne
him two ehildr. n. (Her first husband was George Toms,
whose father was the famous French advocate Henri
Torres. HLs mother, Janet Torn s. won fame by atmndon-
ing h. i husband and son and having herself sent to a
.one. ntrntion camp so that she could be with L* on Hhim.
to whom she was married in Bueh.nw.ild.1
The till, if the lunik is misleading, since the theme
of the book is not emersion and Mrs. Levin was never
.(.in.rted tn anything. The Jacket and cover an obvious-
ly designed '> attract those Interested in the dramatic
process of being converted, but the book reads too much
ilk.- the account Sees hers, If ;is the enter of the World MlS l.cvm ca'ls
heraelf a Jewiah Catholic sh< was reared as b Catholic,
was baptised ami has been to communion, and confession
She diligently follow..! Catholicism and had her Aral
child i by Tori. ri Her claim th.it she is Jewish
is an affront t> Jude
Mrs. Levin I eks to use the fact that her fathet a as
a 111. nd of Maw Katz Jacques MAritaln and m
other promin. t |h ,.|,i, to impress her n aders It is raWdrv
"name-dropping," however, coot she mak' itions
about none of th. m Her few uses of s'mi. wurdsj^ertain-
ing to Judaism are obviously Structured, M
) i< hus" includes her uncle. :-.miuel Schwar
red the xfatence of the n'mnants of Po
r.inos in ami near Belmonte, Portugal, a
gathered many of the pravv .i recited by th
g< ther for posterity and wrote O* t'rintuoa N
aPlfE POLK I OFFICES in Israel has
' few of the unusual probfa ma his
colleaguea elsewhere face these days,
'nit this Ls a country at war, and the ie-
ipcnstUlltles or. his shoulders an cvin
mor. critical, m a .. nse
The police mice in Israel is a na-
tional institution covering the entire
iintry. it is administered by a Mints-
t, i oi Police, with a full s. at in th. Cabini I It i^ a highly
moblk fore.- ol about 9.S0O. which moth* about in ctoar
to s thousand batrol cars, more than IflX) motor icooti i>
and t. n launch. B. Y< t it Ls far from meeting the needs,
and a ivcruiting campaign is comtantly under way. late-
ly th. authorities havt begun to enroll can polio lon-e frmn among potential m w immigrants while
they are still m Europe,
A recent research pell made to a-xcerraln what the
Israeli thinks of his policeman vindicated the unusual
...lining w,.i.n l>.tn ua-n and wonun must umh-rgo I
don't know of any i.Ui. i polveV' departnx'nt hi th. world,
for example, which requires its trainees to attend opera
and theatre as part of a |irormm to round out th. ir
character and broaden their outlook. A traffic officer is
taught to salute the driver of a car when asking for hLs
license, and attain when n-tutning the pajaTs. don'l always practice this courtpay. their failure can br
umt rstiHjd. in view of the wild b havior of some Tsrai h
drivers on the roads.
About 70" of tla- men who Jom the fore, thane days
are ol so-called Sepharrik backgrc.ui I m
Arabk countrl Th. paj is low t,,,, low g
man .1 n s hav i dcgrei "f communitj pi
Ai Israeli policeman in expected to i"
familial with his beat and its people last t
ol Rashon I'Zlon reported to thi local : t
when h. camr homi bom syna h
he found his ii.it had \, r broken Into ind his s
st in Th. officer concentrated on the problei
turned a ahorl time latei to report he had lakei 5
yi at -old nt ighborhood boys Into custod} Thi is
still in th. ii boaaession. Mow did h<- know when ;"
Kasy They were the only two boyt in the rii-lgtiho -t
who had Ixi n missing from synagogue services II r lay!
The duty of the Israeli policeman is not only .n-
.force the law, but also to help the citi/m. An A ii
policeman sternly wrote wit a ticket for a local w>-
pui-ennan who had faHi d to stDfl at a sipr-mark '. tiT-
ectaah. He dkl not accept the Journalists excuse Hat he
was hurrying to the crossroads to ratch a jitney csb or.
whk-h he had to rush a |ihotogra|ih to his ..'atonal tlicr
in Til A\;\. However, after acrfaenaang lua unpl mat
duty, the officer kejit nn eye out for the Itit.r-, ity rranS-
pbrt, atxl a few momenta later flagged it down I the
liapli-ss motorist. TTie picture got through t" lhak the
Ti I A\ iv desdline. too.
It is things like this that make th Isr.i nan
the eltin-ns* fri.-nd. And one thing is certain Nobml hi re
calls a polfct-mun a "lug" not In Israel!

fsratf Newsletter
By EllAHU SALPITfR
Zionists Ideal Is Validated
ajPm AKKIVAL of two young
Jswg openly permitted to em*
igrati by Soviet authorities, intm-
duocd a pleasant note into the
otheiwis.- nnliai>py reports in the
newspapers,
IVaairB the fact that everyone
rejoieea over each Jew that man-
ages to get out of Russia th. ir
ai..vv.i s.ivni to remind the Israelis that news of
many imimrtant events which make more cheerful
and n assuring ivaihr.t: never reaches the front
pages, and that immigration continue* at a rate
aim si double that of pn -1967.
The proportion of those coming from prosperous,
free Western countries is Increasing, as the spir-
itual and emotional factors in the decision to move
to Israel become more ami more important The
Incredible .mounts of COUfBge, determination and
obstinac) required of would-be ohm In thi Soviet
L'nkm only underscores the powerful attraction
. v i t. d b) Israel.
Immigration in Israel is more than |usl the
arrival ol additional Jews to live in l as country, it
is mot. than a daily n affirmn'ion of the Validity
of the Zionist Ideal. It is an important economic
factor, It means housing and skiiK m modern art-
mil technology. It nV ins investing in the
nation's economy by invesl ng in human beings.
It is on.- of the m. asures of today's Israel that
she has emerged from a period when young people
ensidei.d Zionism i funny word mouthed by the
old and the si niiim ntal K. hoi i of the overpowering
di-sire of a growing number of young Soviet J
f come to Israel contrttadted much towa
Zionism acceptable among i v.n tlv men
Ni s< Is youth.
K. w remained imntoved whan at Lydda A
a small choked voice cried Misha. my littk Mfeh
as Ralaa Buslaev ensbraaed her Btrapi
old son. on of thi two arrivals. His companion wai
Julis t. Ws.n. on. of the 39 Moacoa Jews wl
signed a strongly pro-Israel letter which was la
pubuahed He explained with deep conviction u
(the Sovi.t anthoritl.si |. t m. go because rro wi
to come to Israel was so stronu-'
The question is, why did the Russians let T<
and his young friend, a mechanical engineer fi
Riga, gS? Not only did they give publicity to '
fact, hui they allowed s.-oi.s of friends to are then
oft at Moacoa Airport, with foaeign correapondenti
pn ut.
Observers speculate that Moscow wants to
rid of thi wurtl tio.iblemakeis.'' such M 1'
who Is not only an active, pioiidly self-|rofrt
Zionist, b It also the son ol well-kl WI "
Yiddish writers Moscow may hope bVii
win ,..s. the preasura ol th. fewiah massei
warn td i-ntlgrare. or it may warn t.> show
pabiickdng the departure ..t the two, '
S.A I not complcft Ii deal to requesU
9 | t li, I. s in the West who
11Im ral i n policy,
One thing sii-ms c.-ttain: the comWnatfc
demands from the Free World and the arow-i
baifartence "f Soviet Jews themgelves that they
allowed to go cannot be disregarded indefinite^


junaS. EM
M 4lvin Lowe To Serve Third
[Term As Chairman Of Board
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tors oi Temple Beth
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linsecutive tern as its
u.e- born in Russia
l he United State*
. i > ar later. He
. law degree at Indiana
and i omblned his law
, business career un-
ir.mi il to this art i
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.... i. ,il estate in-
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ties
Active in Am. man Cancel So-
ciety and many other charitabia
Hi-i ini/aiji.ns. Mi Lowe la pasl
uaratdenl >! tne Bay Harbor is
lands Club, and holds member
-inn in Pi dom Lodgi B'naJ
B'rith, Baj View Club and Sky
Lake Countr> Club He and hi-
uile. Ruth, are Ihc parents oj two
children. Their son. Dennis, a
graduate oi Ohio State Univeraity,
i- ow doing graduate work at the
ITnlveralt) "f Michigan; daughter,
is Mrs Patricia Kasha, and there
an- three grandchildren.
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'eJTewisli Floridiam
Miami Flonda Friday, June 5, 1970
Coalition Government
Survives Two Threats
Section B
Kate Meidenberg Will
Receive ZOA's Award
Thi 22nd annual "Service for
I |" award of the Zionist <>r-
izatlon of America will bo pre-
1 i, Kate Meidenberg. com-
ity ; ader and Zionist worker,
S inday evening. June 14. The
, v-eted award will be given to
%U idenberg at the 22nd an-
l ial S-rvice to Israel" dinner-
,n the Kden Roc Hot. I.
, ebratlng the 22 years of is-
i i's independence,
rbe dinm i'dance, which ti open
t the | ibllc, wOl feature an un-
i ;.dgrani 'if entertainment,
an up-to-the-minute report
Ml Idle i ut lituation by
i el'i outstanding atatea-
i \t raham a. Grunhut, chair*
hi the South Florida ZOA
i is Council, reported. Thi
ilmner will !> pn i eded
i ,i cocktail party .it '- p.m
i i -,. toast i to the l Initi d
. .1 [si sel and continuous
:: a\. r | lann- I.
In ai ouncing the selection of
... idenberg for this year's
. /.< >A (' immitti corn-
led her for many years of
lership in all i for the
ivish State and pointed out that
M idenbi:.: hai b n active
. j phase "t the m h k on be-
: : itn .1. m ish State and the
for thi pasl !
A lift member of the Zionist
i ition ol America, thi has
i ntributcd scholarship to the
i Silver Agricultural High
ol maintained by the ZOA In
Ashkeson, Israeli annually, prn-
\hling the means for a needy itu-
Ui att nd the school.
;i her act it itiea in the Zi-
onist Orj aniz ition ol Anu i tea
M< idi ni" 11 hi :1 Me rm mbt t
c : -i total "i 27 h .T ii itariai
; ,i has been an ac-
r of Temple Israi I ol
dreatei Miami ind iti Sisterhood
i i many yeari She has also aup-
ti .1 the Jew Ish Home for the
ed tl i Greater Miami Hebn w
Free Loan Association, the Bikur
Cholim Home for the Aged and
Hadassah, and has been especially
active in the work >if B'nal B'rith
not only with the H'nai B'rith
Women's Group, but also with the
work of the Anti-Defamation
League and thi- lliii.i Foundation.
Among the other organisations
t.i which she lias contributed are
the Women's League for Israel.
Mizrachl, Technion, the American
Friendi ol Ihe Hebrew University,
the Hebrew Academy. Histadrut,
the Greater Miami Israel ltomt
nitti i the l 'on bined .it wish
Appeal the City ol Hope, Deborah
Hospital, Mo.mi Sinai Hospital of
and the Jew i -h N'a-
tioi a! Fund,
Mi Grunhuf reported thai a
festivi i i un am I as I en plant
for this 22nd annual event, featur-
ing outstanding entertainment,
noted gueal speakers and several
s| i ial vent One ol the hi
lights ol the evi ning's pi
will t an inspirit indie
light ini cen monj honoi ing the
22nd anniversary of the establish-
ment ol the State < t Israi i. during
which 22 Greater Miami Zionist
lers will b< called upon to
kindle the candles ol the menorah
Reservations for the dinner-
dance maj be made by contacting
the Zionist offici. 2200 Park Avt
Miami Beach.
Welfare Reform Week
Ni-AV YORK IJTAI The fjen-
eral Secretaries ol the Synagogue
t 'ouncil of An1' rtca, Ihe National
< uncil ol Churches and the Unit-
ed States Gatholii Conference have
,,,t.ii tins week as "Welfare
Reform Week" and Issued a state-
ment supporting family assistance
and Increased benefits as well as
idened covi ragt and rewards
[or suitabk work." Incorporated In
bills presently pending before the
Senate
Rabbi Landau Calls For
Observance of Shavuos
The recently-installed presi-
dent oi the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association issued a call
to the Jewish community this
week for observance of the fes-
tival of Shavuos. which begins
at sundown Tuesday.
"With our world today torn
apart by war. hatred and im-
morality as perhaps never be-
fore, thi- message of Shavuos
represents the strongest means
of bringing sanity back to man-
kind," said Rabbi Sol Landau
spiritual leader ol Beth David
l tigi egation. "The anni\ t i
of the giving of the Torah at
Mount Sinai, it contains the
truest ideals by which man can
live in pi ace with his fellow-
i an, respecting the Divine im-
which is implanted on all
mankind "
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier
M.u's 24-member national
unity coalition government has
demonstrated its ability to with-
stand SSrioUS Stresses and strains
from within. The majority Labor
Alignment took two threats to
coalition unity In its stride last
week. One ol the threats came
Irorn the Gahal (Herut-Liberal)
[action, the voice <>f militant na-
tionalism in the Cabinet; the other
was from the National Religious
Party, representing the Orthodox
religious establishment.
The l.ahal threat Hi, in the
lonu run. the more aeriou*. When
ol>ser\er>. saw Israel'* second larg-
est political party refuse to en-
dors.- premier QaMa MMr*s politi-
cal re|M>rt to the Km.sn.i last
Tuesday, many of them saw a
< alijnet crisis in the offing.
The National Religious Party
demanded passage of a new law
declaring all conversions to Juda-
ism made by non-Orthodox rabbis
in Israel invalid Thi > came
to a head over the case of an
American-born Israeli who was
converted to Judaism by a Reform
rabbi In Tel Avh and Is now suing
to be i eglstered as a Jew.
Gahal took exci ption to Irs,
Meir"s implii d acceptance ol I
U.N. Security Council's N
19C7 resolution, which calls I
Israeli ithdr tw al from tin
pied Arab territories in return for
i p. ac undertaking bj t le At i -
i' report w as ad< ipti d bj
vote, w ith 19 abstentions, in< I
ing Gohal's.
When the National Religious
Party threatened to quit the coa-
lition unless it goi its way on the
issui' of conversions, the La
Party made it clear thai it
not intend giving in to NRP de-
mands and will not hold discus-
sions under the threat of an ulti-
matum Israel Gallli, Labor Party
Minist.i '-Wlthout-Poi tlolio. in an
address to the party secretariat,
ruled out "any further concessions
to the Mil'" He said If the I
ligious bloc wants to leave the
coalition on that issue, the Lai
\ : nment is "ready to rut
n men! In accordance w il -
election results." Mi anwhili
NRP modifii d its I in at
such act,on would not N
the
nit an lea\ ing
STORE FOR MEN
StTRTDinSTES'S
Special Awards Go To
Children At Suiiland
"Vm Sunland Training Center
w is th. sc -nc '. a meaningful pre-
sentation recently when special
i
LEO KI-iKNSTKIN
e presented to Ika
chl'dren attending Bui
S nd >> s.h >-l religious
This program la hekl
undei the sup.....Isksn ol the Great-
Miami Jewish i-ederat ion's I'om-
munity (" Sen-ice
The '-van's were presented lo
children by R-d il Solomon S<
of tl-,- Ch lplaitxy BTO"
gram, according U) information
released i>> Leo Eisenstein, Ch dr-
man of the Advisory Council
the chaplaincy Service. Also ser-
ving on the Chaplaincy Advisory
Council arc Dr. Herbert M Baum-
gard. Barry Butun, Walter S Falk,
Sam Goldman, Mrs Milton S
Green, Sam J Helrnan, Jack Katz-
man Mrs Florence Kupperman,
Rabbi Sol Landau, Dr Irving Lehr-
man and Irving Rubin.
R bl ScMff praised the child-
ren for their ace implishments dur-
ing the pasl year. Mi-s William
Bersen and Mrs M >\ Fishman
have been te iching them arts ->^ '
crafts, h iliday son --. pray< rs an-i
blessings At the awards
many, the children presented
i am whl h ii.clu led
or ---s and songs
readii
The Sunda) school program, to-
. gather with the regular monthh
service conducted by Rabbi Schiff.
tided in bringing to the child-
ren at Sunland un aopreclal of then- Jewish heritage, the
meaning of the Jewish holdiays
and th-- signifienne of IsraeL
Among some of th> hlghlieht*
of the thral e toratlona dot
the pist year were the lighting
the Chanukah Menorah, the r I
. ,.f the Meglllah a Pass n
Sedet and the planting of a tre
on th.- sunland grounds f-r Las
Bomar. A aervic* for Bh ivuoth la
scheduled for next week.
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age 2-B
>kist thrkMnri
Friday. June 5, 1970
Religious Conflicts Seen As
Result Of Double Sessions
Fftjr Rabktnical Association of
iter Mmnu has I-..in. - COndV) tl'Milv rill RAW lO-
iif idouM i i vsK.nv ti. \i school
I ':ii. i ,\ cf Dad O iunty*a
choola ware utilizing; th.
plan laal j
b wing I.i limai:. chafe*-
il tK Association's Public
ol Cummin..-. u ha 11 V
information urged Jewtth
vi nts uljosr c-hililrvn an- Bi-
ll (i in ths. schools to resjtsssl
-M-Tinvnt i.i tiiir chililn'ti to.
ataatom bmuwllatrty. in
\i< r to veal r Iteious canflicta.
ii conflict, ii<' aaM, sroaM arlai
On ttv fact that the Sl'illirl n-
- >r will nM i ml un.l. r 5:30 p.m..
l thtis would not only .-.inflict
n!i aftrrnoi.n lYHgloas BCaMfla
it with the abBarwanee of s..t>-
-th duriiis the winter months.
"Hk necessity for donbl, s, >si..ns
Massed on a shortntri of funds .
**ch make maximum IBM of ex- '
-tint; school faciliti.-s mandatory.
The School lioanl indicati-d that :
though the pritKi|'.ils BTG not re- j
uired to honor the parents* rrv
k-st. they will make Mn effort
to accommodate them.
A list of affected school* ta>
- nt t-. Rabbi Solomon SchJff, the
b-cctor of the Greater Miami
wi-.li Federation's Community
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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DEPARTMENT STORE
Chaplaincy Spiv sue and executive
\iii- pmHnA f the Association,
b) th.- School l'.' trd Imhul.il arc
John f Kami dy Junior H 11 h
School. Miami Norland Senior
Hiirh School and Norland Junior
Hiirfi s< h oi in th.- Northeast l>i^-
Mhuni Spur- High
9choel and Miami Central
Hiirh School in th.- Ninth Central
DM let; Hin ah Senioi Hlgti
School, Carol City Junior Hih
School and H. nry H. Filer Junior
Hum School in the No:tlm.-st Dis-
trict; Miami Palmetto Senior High
School and South Dark- leasot
Hum School in tin- South District;
Miami Sealer Hieh Ishaai Coral
(ahk'S Senior High School and
Citrus Grate. Junior Hum School.
South Central District; Kiciimond
Heights. C.la.les Mvttva, Kockway
and South Miami Junior High
Schools and Miami Coral Park.
Miami Kiliian and Southwest Mi-
ami Si nte High Schools in the
1 Southwest District.
Jtuobi Sol landau of Beth Davi.l
Ceagragatjss& who was recently
| install. .1 as president "i tin Asso-
ciation, has advised the spiritual
leatters of loan! aaasffagaflbn tv-
i garding the dew lapmaal aad
itsked them to inform the mem-
i i^> ol their synagogue families
of the necessity to take Immedl it.-
steps in older to deal with the
situation.
Massachusetts Club Meets
A regular monthly rm-etuiK will
be held by the Massachusetts Club
of Greater Miami ,.t s p.m. Ttnirs-
lay. June 11, in the Rc| Airv Hotel.
BUS Collins Ave, T.i. meeting will
be followed by cards and ri-fn-sli-
m. nts. William Chit, i- i- the club
pr. sldent.
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
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The Rabbinical Aasociation of Greater Miami
installed its officers for the coming year in
ceremonies held at Beth David Congrega-
tion, where its new president is spiritual
leader. From left are Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
director of Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service, who was installed for a third
term as executive vice president; Temple
Sinai of North Da tie's Rabbi Ralph Kingslev.
treasurer; Rabbi Irving Lahrman of Temple
Emanu-El. who served as installation office::
Beth David's Rabbi Sol Landau, president:
Temple Israel's Rabbi Joseph Narot. out
going president: The Israelite Center's Rabbi
Avrom Draxin. secretary, and Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz. Temple Net Tamid. vice president.
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* -Jenisfi ilcridtitiri
Pa?e 3-3
sh Home for the Aged (Douglas Gar-
citicers for the coming 1970-71 year
up their duties after recent ceremonies
jcted by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
e Federation's Community Chaplaincy
ce. They included, from left, (seated)
Joseph Stein, vice president; Mrs. Sol
Silverman, financial secretary; Mrs. Law-
rence Silverman, recording secretary, and
Mrs. Ruth Berger, corresponding secretary.
Rabbi Schiff is standing at left with Leo
Rose, Jr., president; Judge Irving Cypen,
honorary president, and Aaron Kravitz, vice
president.
ATKINS UNVEILING
T" d?dicot;n of a monument
c Hie memory of the late
EDNA AWNS
aril eke p\tx Sunday, June 7th,
o* p.m. ot M*. Nebo Ometery
with Rabbi Sol landau
officiating.
rn'endi and relatives oro
atiiti to attend.
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Musical Candle Lighting Ceremony
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1970 ISRAEL'S 22nd
ANNIVERSARY YEAR


"ace 4-B
legist fhrHi >r
Friday. June 5. 197Q
Hebrew Schools Holding
Graduation Ceremonies
Rabbi Al. \and.-r S Gnss. who
- a-- piincipal of the thn-e
iate-1 Softools, has announced
i; xi.i'.i
\i.r.\\\lr.K (.ROSS
i to h
(. inijiw Acarb 5 "'
t,:. pi aad Mar-
i W. taluMM Hieti Scbeol f'.r
.- Ml -
. High > hool for Bap*.
Th llOOl _ia.!ua-
taon \ rvis s were to be held in
:r. H- bn h
fcca 2400 Pil Dr, al
- ; ; -toy. Graduates par-
j in thii evt n! aill In-
i Ltcmr, Ew
: B .-' kj
OttOW $1 ooo
S2.000. $5 OOO
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Moatawttc La* Camd and Le-j
BtenenfrM.
The Maflrta graduation is
slated for 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Hebrew Academy Auditorium; a'
dinner will follow th.- on monies
in the dining hall of the SouthS
largest Hebrew, day school. The
Maatrta -.laluaU* include Muche
S .Ki Ik EH < v-t. r Many P. :
William Greet :- rg J b w*i in
I. ffr. y Cr.in. Runell Gulbut. I
Howard s-if. Mfcbael Kreuter. I
Howard Ftakelstein, David Muhl- j
Harry Weka and '
\ ion WengiT
Monday ai X pm.. th.- gradua-

ii th gradt r> will l><- held in
- an. r> -: '>
the vaa '' the junior
fur
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r the gi
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threi
till U '>
Dr. Lichtw Greets Graduate
Iii S k>m in S I-.- hti r. ;
pal of Miami Beach High Scho
will A'tend im< tings to 1
inu-EI In
annual i
- i'u:;. hi Hi'
10:1."> a.m KTViees, which will I*
In ing I> hr-
inan. will b Scott tr* ton of
Mi At- Ja> and Judith.
the da ighf i ol Di ai d Mi *
Martina s.
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Loud. -HY Bench On d*-1p
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\ha\at Shalom's
Sisterhood Active
Th. Sisterhood of Ahavat Sha-
lom C'oiigiegaUon. 9t*T SW 67th
Ai... \\\-U Miami, will hold a
l Kames party Saturday evening, be-
^innine at 9 pm. QaaaW aud Dan-
ish is meluihd afl tht- Pata* of the
evi nine's entertainment
Prufits from SujmLuv moniinr/t
I rummage safc. whath begins at
| 10 a.m. will ko into th. UtaHtMni
fund of th. Shul.
Ahavat Shalom will hold its late
Friday nutU mhiih al 8:15 p.m.
The Junt UiJes of the congrega-
tion will lx- th. hosU of th.- eve-
ning, it has baea announc.^1.
Beigcl Considowid
Baal luxury eondi>min-
iuoi has sektleU Adveltisiiit; Dt-
i.,:.ji .: \fiaiiu S*!avch to serve
.'.Kisultants faf aiUeitauni; and
(uUIm: relatatiis ui eonra-etion w itli
tbt-ir new veiilutv. to lie culled
"JOuO Conmioiiwealth."
A survey of the Florida "Gofcl
, Coast" i Msauu-Fot i Ijaudeniaie-
j Falm Beachi ana has rvvvaled
that Jerona- IJeigel. presaient of
AdvertaiinK Inrnlois. u itl a major autraxity un high-rise
j au coukMiisniuiii pruuiotajn. it
was n-porteit lauung th. n-a-
sjn for seh-ciion of th.- Florida-
1 liased film.
Milln AuVas Ivads 11k- 'J000
( unwriutiwialth" corpotation now
A Major Aaithoritv
* '' rOj b .. H- rou U .lollar
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able (h strut TIUl ai.., T
L. Webb a:.d other POBBi
t.N-.uuw are aiao.un.,, ;..lh h|m
in the ventuie. he laid.
-IKKOMK BT.lt.I I
Wometco Theatres
MIRACLE 163 St.
Mrs. Richcrd Bernard .second from left), past archon of the
Phi Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami, presents a SI.000
check to Dr. Bettina B. Sheffey. director of The Children*
Center for emotionally distrubed children. The check re-
presents the profits from the alumnae chapter's fashion
show and dessert held at the Eden Roc Hotel and will pro-
vide one full year of treatment and instruction for a needy
child at The Center. Miss Bobbi Ann Ossip (left) and Mrs.
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"Jewish Floridian
L W
oman s
IMoM
Friday. June 5, 1970
Paqe 5-B
Women Corps Contributes
$66,000 To Cancer Research
Tlirp I' Bttara Carpm r>f the Papanlcolmiy Cancel
r mtreh lnatituw- uMMuacml ii-
A coatrttuHoa i** si,rKo t,
the Institute at its install.iti>
rnoniea ivrently.
Mn, KacaM Uebtrr, 16136 NE
"th CX, Maftfc Mi imi Hrn/'li. re-
tiring pitsident. who will con-
i niK in M rvicv lo MM Wwtiiiii-
(\:-ps ,is its f-Mirth vtw pivsi-
ilont. inryiniil Dr. JmHm SchuHa
lirrctor <'f the Institute, with i
k for S>.000 to fm-th.T cane-
-..-iix-h. This hrmiKht Hi. to) I
tnbu-ktaa >rf ant "i- to more
ih n SU.VOOO.
Mn Harry Caplan, 230 Antillu
f
?
Ive la tii. president f ihr Wo-
man s Corp4 for i 170-71. I ithi i
now officm InataUad were Mrs
Ivan Kjplin. first vice president;
Mrs. Robert SbakMpei re cond
Ice president; Mis. c. Leati i
Pearson, 8r., third \> prei 'lint;
Mn Louie Baron, fifth vice pees -
dent. Recording secretary Is Mrs
Carl K. Upton, corres|M>ridinq
necretarj Mr- Abe Km-.:, financi-
al retai > Mi s. M turice Reixen
In laurei Mrs Philip Annan, and
parliamentarian Mm. .''M- Cotton
Mrs S Sidnej Raffel pawl
rl ill.' Corps, arranged
iiu- install ition .'hi.
Regional Officers
To Be Installed At
(>RrPs Luiielieon
A Regional Board meeting be-
ginning at Jf.'Ki a.in will iiniidi
tli<' iiiMalUtiioi lumhfoii to l'
li. 1.1 b) ili< S linn, asti in Florida
Region of Warn ns .fan, an < IRT
lOrganixntion for Kihai>i nation
rhroiiKh Trainingi in the Cotillion
Room of th' Eden Roc Hotel
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. The pro-
pram will Include i ni. i tainm nt
by i: Mirhai is. acoonpanii >i by
Sandra Shaw. Mis. s .1 Hoff, the
chairman of the day. and her co-
chairman, Mra. Jacob G^aaaman,
haw announoad.
Mis. Joseph w ilk. st. past Re-
gion prisuliiit. will install a slate
of officers tor 1970-71 Including
Mrs. Phillip Stark, chairman of
the executive committee; Mrs.
Leonard Pechenik, president; Mrs.
Morris w. Grcenberg, Mrs. Syd
Hoff, Mrs. Howard Horn, Mrs.]
Joseph Kanter, Mrs. Morton Kriss,
Mis. Sydney Kronish. Mra. Joel
Lack, Mra. Edward Light, Mrs.
Mickey NkdentnaL Mrs. Michael
lii.s.nthai. Mrs. Gerald Traktman
an.i Mn Paul Taylor, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Jerry Salkv, treasur-
er; Mrs. Morns Apiter, member-
ship dues secretary; Mrs, Pritzie
I., it, financial secretary; Mn.
Harry Kaufman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs Harry Canon, corre-
sponding secretary, and Mrs.
I beodore Zalles, parliamentarian.
Children Mark Shavuous
Oholei Torah Day School has In-
augurated a program to promote
appreciation <>f beauty and Inte-
grate ecology with religious cus-
toms and traditions. Rabbi Shotom
D I.ipskar. principal, has reported.
The children care for a flower
garden plant. .1 especially for the
decoration of their homes and
synagogues, m keeping with the
tradition.
Mn. Harold Lichter. (left) Mrs. Harry Caplan. and Mrs. S.
Sidney Halfel. three leaders of the Papanicolaou Institute's
Women's corps, prepare to announce a contribution of
$6,000 to the Institute.
GENTLEMAN at looks and chorocter
64, 5 6' tall, wishes to meet at-
tractive yovng lady who's interest-
ed to settle in Israel. Object
matrimony. State lull details in
lirst letter. Mr. C. 0., Box 2973,
Miami, Flo. 33101. tftdfl
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HOME FOR SAU
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Otis elevator. Offered by owner
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Mrs. Miriam Donnet. music director of the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami for the past 18 years, holds the silver
candelabra presented to her at a recent reception in hot
honor at the school. Her husband. Jacques, the schools
assistant principal, and Hebrew Academy principal Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, right, look on. Mrs. Donnet wu3 feted
by several hundred students, parents, alumni, officers and
directors in recognition of her service as director of the
Academy's choir, which recently cut an LP record under
her baton.
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f>cge 6-B
+Jmi Fridav T
ur.e
5 1970
Judith Gail Boticick And David Roth
United In Marriage At Temple Israel
Teajfklt Israel was the sc^ne ol by a reception in the home of th-
which united Judith bride's mother. Mrs. Harry Bot-
Oa:l Botwick and Davi.l Roth in edek, 5.'3 Yittorio Ave Coral
I Gsbles. .-*,.
The new Mrs. Koth graduated
from the Unlvtntty of Miami, and
a i< a meml na Delta Tau
al sorority She designed her
band-crocheted A-hne gown
of candlelight silk with a head-
to match, and was Attended
by I I Mrs Ia r.nye Stein.
whi served as matron of honor.
The bridegroom, whoso parents
ind Mn Morris Roth of
Pit;
I'.V by th.
Aftel -'" in N
weds
and make their hum.
in Pittsburgh.
Ella Maxine Zittrer Exchanges } With Math Professor Dr. Harvey Rosen
\


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MKS DAVID WTH
*I
niarriaee on S inday. May 31
lepb Narot officiated at
tin iptJala, which were foil
Lori Rosichan Born May 13
Arthur S. Rosichan and his wife,
Claire, announce the arrival of
heir granddaughter. Lori. born to
Ellen and Dick Rosichan Wednee- M > 30th
lay. May 13, in Coldwater, Mich.
*..ri is th ihe frst was her sister. Amy.
MtS. JOll R. H0BVI7Z
Sherril Albert ind
Joel Horvitz Wed
At Temple Judea
CAN YOU .
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feed your family the best.
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for the mat o(
Albert, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Jack Albert, 821
Kir. Coral Gables to J .1 I*.
HorvitZ, son of Mr and Mrs
b Horvitz of Fall River. M is-
Klla Maxine Ultra* arui Dr..
i Harvey Rosen MB battfed their
marriage vow* belorv Rabbi Max- (
_-. r in -i p m. ceremoni. s
DaauviOe Hotel Sun-
it 4 p.m.
p ,.-, ,.i the t i idt who has
red at a q h '
in the I ta k C unty Publk
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The iin list r-ln-law, Mrs
Carl Zittn i i I i
of honor Th. groom's broth, r.
Mel Frishman. wa
Mr and Mrs. Ron r. |
their honeynmun in J.

MRS. ||.\K\ I BO>1 \
Sharon Finaerhut. Mark Huron Wed
Sharon Fay Fine nut and Mark
I Steven Karon were married Satur-
The bride day, May .TO. at Temple Fmanu-
G Sen.or High School
| roc. nd Mas-
ter's ea fr m PTor
>. Tallahaaaee She de-
her own ^ >\\ n of
re embroidered Alen and
i with rii
mtlnuing into full .'
i m kde midriff band I
me i man-
She earned a bou<|uet of r-
k and baby bn .,th Matron of
Mop. a N .>> MheKodej (un-
lor brf w ere her i
)'.. md I' erly \ berl
ISL Rabbi Irving l^hin.an ofTJci-
at.d at th. x 'm< p m ceremony.
Parent! Of th. bud.- are Mr. and
M ,\ Fingi ih.it 1631 SW 5th
St.; the groom i* I ie aan ol Mra
Helen Karon. 900 Bay Dr Miami
Beach, ami the late Irving Karon
B *>. Mi ai d Mn Baror an i n-
roUed it tlv University ol Mian
it. of Miami High School,
and Mlami-Dade Junior College,
the bride is a lifetime mcml- I
: Takwi B*nai B*rith Glrk She
i- aka affiliated with Kaj
wna of hot pink Pi. national education honor ao-
lao designed ami mad' by 1 !i. eioty at th. unlverzit) Mi Bai n
' akn graduated from Mlami-Dadi
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S Morris Fell lined th.- pattern on th. train and
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Friday. June 5. 1970
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Jamaica Honeymoon Destination For Yiddish club Forming
Doreen Hollander and Murray Snyder
\.
mrs. turn tummm
Arlene Goldberg
Becomes Bride Of
Murk Schweitzer
. Sue. daughtei ol Mrs
i g ildberg, 6001 SW
I the late Robert W. Gold
., ,me Hi>' bi ide ol Mai k
>, bw< itzer, son ol Mr. and
r >bi it Schweitzer, 1337 SW
st Sunday, May 31. Rabbi
Glixman i formi <\ Ihe 5
onlea In the Duponl
i Hoti I. ami < ption i>r
, m lywedf wai held kmmcdi-
.waida In Ihe hoti I.
rid i graduate >>t South-
Hit h Si hool an.t Mount Sir U
i t Nursing, was attc nded
a, hron, maid ol i inoi.
imaidi Sandra l! dl
Paul Mergk r and Mrs. Mi-
Schw< Itxer. The groom ;i
iti ol Coral G ibl< i High
and Florida Atlantic UnJ-
, eh M Mlcliael Schvi i Itzei
\s i ~t man Mlchai I Gold-
j i ,u: Kronw and Paul Merg-
n I
i ham ymoon In the
the couple will li^
- iii Mia i
Afti r a double*! big candl it
ceremony In the Algion Hotel on
Sunday, May 31, unitinii Doreen
HnllancW-r and Murray Snyder In
marriage, and the dinner and re-
ception which followed the newly-
weds left for v i ddii g 11 ip to
Jamaica.
Ral in Herbi > I M Baumgai d ol
T. mple Beth Am and Cantoi Mi-
i hael Kj rr offiriati d ;it I
for the daughter ol Mr and Mrs
I I! Ilai WOl NW
("i ho i* th ol
Mi< ha< l
- and late Mr A
\>., ,. w Mrs. Si ler I i gi idu-
1 i : Miami Senioi 11 i Si hool
i Mj Junioi Col-
an i ;-
rtntly ei oyed in
I 'nil ol i 'i dai f L
.
Mi Mr. and
ler ol Ai na|
.;: .1 I. \
I and n Ci ived hia
Ba< .' i. i "i Science degi c in Bus!
n -^ Administration from Balti-
i'.,.! ge ol i Commerce. He
% | sen kng a tour of duty
with the U S. An Force.
The bride, who hail selected a
i ou n of peau embroidered Alencon lace appli-
ques, chose her tisl t, Mrs. Brian
Krupp, t." serve as her matron ol
honor. Hi i bridesmaids were Ann
Snyder, Nancy Schwartz and Mar-
n t Emmer. The groom's cousin,
Vubrey Snyder, served as his ixst
ushi t Includi >l Ira Snj i
i Manck.
When they return from thi ir
i u l> W i '1- U .!! I'
it honv in S uth Miami u hili Mi
Snj it I achi .1 to II..... si
Air : Bas<
A nun's club WBI rr Yiddish will
be th.^ only language in us<- is in
the process ol formation, it has
been announced. An organization-
al mi i tin- will i>< in i't at noon
Tuesday, June 18, In Walgreen'a
upstairs restaurant, 200 E. Flagler
St. Interested persona an asked
to contact attorne) Norman
Milli r. whose offk an in the
Biscayne Bldg.
OR! Holds Auction
Thi' Miami BuaJneaa and Pro-
fessional Women's Chapter oi
Women's Am. man ORjT will hold
a public auction oi beautiful new
Objects Sunday at 7::>0 p.m. in tb<
[Washington FeoTraTl nT 1133 Nw-
mandy Dr., Miami Beach Pro-
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: the i >n inization for Rehabili-
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3 Girls Spending Summer
As Nurses Aides In Israel
Bureau Board To
Hold Last Meeting
i
Two Miami B> ach students and
n friend of theirs wh. is a lurmo
ii :.i 4e*V : I- n lij^tit nuw
i. su. Cat A .- CalB have
found an interesting, uaeful and
iinusu.il way to si n>' th. .r sum-
mer holiday. The girk haw volun-
teered In MTVI M D .1-' S' anU-s in
Shaan- Zedek Hospital Jerusalem
th. ital .n all leraeL
Looking forward to ummer of
si mi-, and adventun an '- nore
Bien.nfeki. d of Mr. aad
Mrs. Jerome Bienenfekt, 2S45
Prairie Aw Miami Beach; Gila
Dei gar. aiOjnoi parent* are Mr. and
lira Zvi B.-r i 1538 lioyal Palm
A vi .. and Muia.n Melvick. who*'
l>ar. nis. Mi. and Mre. Saul Mel-
Th. board of dtrectan of the
Buraau "t J> wush BdHoattoa will
hold its final meeting at th*.- gome
liv, ,n California. ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert I
Shaan Zedek, establish.I in Monday evening. Juno IS, it has
1S73. "Tjiir-r-'* "- inhabit a nhfl<^'^ aoja>un.-.-d.
the Hob City through u" epi-
ktnucs and earthquakee, aa veil
as routine paadiceJ problems. It
naa < n J< i ueak n |TO from a
small provincial town to > city of
mor than 6OHOQQ1 and ground
ras in ken recently foe the addi-
ion of a modem medical complex
li> th' rvpr-growtafl hospital.
B..th Mr Bienenl.l.i and Mr.
Beraar leave 1 a th*- regional com-
v.itii. fm Ihnjrr Zedek Hospital.
ahataaaan of which ib Dr. Math, w
/.uoki rman. l-ocal offices are
maintain.il by th. committee at
0U1 ljntoln Kd Miami Beach.
Lenore Bieoenield, leit. Dr. Mathew Zuckerraan. Miriam
Melnick and G:la Berger look over a bulletin from Shaare
Zedok Hospital, whore the girls will spend their summer
doing volunteer work.
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947-1348
The agenda will Include election
of ..Uiceis. analysis ..f t'.i. budg. t
ol the Bureau for th< year 1970.
plane far the annual luaiaherahlp
caiu|>aiKn and initial plans for the
ln.i.r held annually by the Bu-
reau.
Beporta on the National Confer*
ence < for Jewish Educatiorj and th. Na-
tional rouncii <>f Jowiah Bduca-
tion. which t.Mik plaiv last month
111 NOW York. Mill be biouj;hl to
th. gatherina by the Burcau'a aa-
aociati director, Herbert Zvl Be-
ger, and Ur. Louis St hw art/man.
its \.cihi\i director, who attend-
ed the cuaferencci of both organ-
s/at ions.
J. wish schools throughout the
community will cloae tins Sunday.
Reopening dale is Svpt. 8. after
Labor Daj
Temple Or Olom
Series Of Coffees
Begins Monday
firat Of a series ,,f Temple
> u 1 Horn Siati rhood rnemberahip
ffcei luu been scheduled for
M01 nifig at the hum. "i
Ma tin Hn-soh. maaabership
cochairmaa, it ha* been announced
by Mis Howard Margolis. mem-
brrahip vice president. The pur-
poa ol thea coffi 11 la to stimu-
late ni. ::i 1 rahip and acquaint
.. tnemben with th. so-
cial .1- will as spiritual value of
affiliation with the SaHeriiuud.
Members of tin- DMsnberahip
Includ) Mra. Sam Birn-
baum. Mis. Stanley ESder, Mrs
Harry Gordon, Mra. T>ani.l I>'-
\ine. Mrs llob Pannt, Mrs. Ted
n and Mra. Murray Valko*
witz. Mis Herbort Saltman is the
ur sidenl of BfcHarhnod; RabU
Ralph Glixman aarvea as spiritual
mi\ ism
Mrs. Paul Zuckennan aerved as
. hairman "i thia waefc'a Farewell
to Kre. doiu" brunch at the temple.
Murray Kaye is ways and
means \ Ice pr> sident.
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*-Jenisl rkridtian
Paqe 9-B

STEVEN C.ISSIN Miami Bench, grandparents of the
: Aliui. JtllH <>f Armnnd <. Itbiant. ami Solomon KaU. Mr,
and Mi's. Maurice Cohen and Ben
Kramer, bis aunts and uncles from
N'i York.
SI
.. i i. tfa Gissia 384 Shore Dr.
i ,. ,i> Hi iRhta, will evtobrati
I Mitzvah at Bth David
.it i..r. Saturday, Jiuss >
iiv 11, t'l.mi. i seventh grade
a i Shi nandoah Junior
i hool, attends ltrth David's
i .. School, where hi- is in
Grade ''<
Strven will bo honored by his
at a reception, wtticfa will
i, hi Id in th : home, Among th>
. hi be Mi i Sonla (ilasin, of
,i \ \ and Mi- s-ibiIna
Mia bis gi andmothers.
m on K \i
ion "i Mi. and
< l ,\ i i a) l Emanu-EI oi
i
i in the band
. ,i Ulus .' ; ioi HI :b Si
.. SI in 'li' s. uiilh hi .( |.
. Ii brani srill u honored
Kidd n Sli ktn I Ml Int-
el) i ... ig in. worship
. i! ironts. Mi and
AilsIi ii h. will l> pres-
, i, the '-.iiit
Kolmm Aket
Sttvtn Gissin
Jcerf ley
IlUt < IIDU.VKIi
- iturday moi ning, June 6, dur-
the 8:13 i' lei at Tem-
i ,i i, i.-. uce Robert, son
Inia i i Mrs Sy How-
ni-l. i I \ Surfside,
Mill bs liar Mit/K.ji
i> an boswr student in
th ii Nautilus Junior High
i and attends Ner Tamid'i
bus SehooJi
\ Kiddush will fOMow the serv-
kfs and Bruee's parents "ill liusi
ci i m honor Sunday
noon i:. the Gugi Boom <>i tin Foo-
i bit an Hoi i
guests will
.1 and Mi Bi n Schekel of
EILEEN SEIOBN
Eileen Lurie, daughter ol Mr.
ami Mrs. Stanley L. Seiden, 7.">l t
Coquina Dr., North Hay Villas*.-,
will l> Bai Mitzvah Friday, Jim
5. at K:15 p.m. in Temple Ner
Tamiil.
lilicn is a studi'iit at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ni r Tamld Religious School.
An Ones Shabbal in honor ..i
the celebrant will lollou I In sere-
ii i -1ii-1 Ii. i parents w ill hosl a
Inn. :,. on fi i hei Sunda). June 7.
ti Ton) Svt. t's I'.i sta irai I
Guests v. i I include Jerr) Lurie,
Kilcen's uncle, from Houston. Tex
uid her grandmuther, Mis Yvetti
Silbi ii.'i i ui Miami Beach.
I'M l. STD.NK
Rabbi M ix A Lipschilz will of-
ficiate al Hi. liar Mitzvah of Haul
the sun ol Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Stone ol North Miami Beach, it
Beth Tuiah Congregation Satur-
la) morning, June ti.
The celebrant is a student at
John F. K< niudy Junior High
School, North Miami ltt-ach.
i. vii in liKlsKV
i.iii'n Evan, son of Mr and
Mrs. Stanley Grusky, 2840 s\v
92nd PI. iil beoorne Bar Mitz-
vah Saturda) morning June ti at
Temple Or \ seventh grade student al
I'.. r.A.i. Junior Higti School
l.. rrj is on its wrestling team and
has I .! on the Khoury Le igui
for six >
M ii .: Mrs. Grusk) will hosl
. i.. Shab' ut follow ing thi
Frula) night services as well as a
Kid lush in the Temple folio
the Saturday Bar Mitzvah and a
reception and dinner Saturda)
ning in their son's h< inor.
Among the guest* expactcd t'
attend are Larry's paternal grand-
ni .ti-.. r, Mrs Edn i Grusky, and
Dr. mil Mrs. Louis Goldberg :
Sew Jcraev, ami Miss Lads Dia-
mond, of Boston, Mass.
KAl.tMl AJKJSL
Ralph, .-on of Mi and M Fn I
Akel, will oltservc his Bar Mit/vah
Saturday morninc, June 6, .it Beth
Tiir.ih Congregation.
Ralph is i seventh gr ide sti
at John K Kennedv Jun >r High
IHSSSI lurie
School, He is activi in TNT and
USY al the Temple, and plans to
continue his Jrwtsh education at
the Harold Wolk Religi i is School.
Mis Esthei La baton, h. irrarid-
notber, will be nmong those at-
tending thi ceremony; Mrs. Leon
Haber, ol Tampa, will also be
;n i-sent.

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Friday, June ;--,
JLii 7~ By PEGGY BEE
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Hallaiiclule Men's
Club Activities Set
sndale
J.-Wlsh <
I !M. f II si In a I
lar for
11 when N*
ha\<- Been Invited t>> >>in trn-m for
the 'im
;.r. 1 lOWl St
What time is the n v sw in* .
v ii ifh' asjproprl inverted fan
,r..i Alan Km p candles ai

palatial I to iho wi
; bountj
mums acr luring
a the 1 the
t to get up and '
red b)
nil of 1 : -
Bet 1 II. Onl)
Mill
. '
I \\ ill be
Sandier, Kapntr Invited To Honolulu Conference
Milton l' .:....
huu Kl v.
Fred A. Sai of
I Jack
nd Cl to ,n '
laj burineM
,. h is with the h. i
itlves M th, M NE 1st ,w
m littag f n th
Jerry Among tfc ests were J
R ,.'.' Friedman
tor a H '' ."'.
: Kyrr M rrj '
Fine It has I it:'..
r: ai I Lewis Sil- Si er Pat and Marl
. nan Marlene and David Berj f ind Mannj Smith
at 8
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Gulfs)
American ORT will boH a rham-
fet Sal nine in
the home of Mr and Mrs. I-aw-
iil Tendler. (ber pant- ind George Graham, I
Ihnoat frontleasl Ro< \ man from Charleston
Lin Dobbin ther panto i and Mehdn Weil
nd Jerry! Irei Marty S
Joan and Bob B and Paul V, irn.-tt. Edith .ind Red
Rosenbl Stai k iladyi ind Nate Ki
Edward Eisenberg and ind Mr. and Mrs. Marty P
ind Marvii from Near York. The real thrill
)h<. a having Grand- renc. SchanU Hay Rd
R-urin *> a yonuc w The chapter^ offfc kxUng
Elyse and Leonard R and looking forward to Mrs Michae Up*) PK^dnrt
, recent cruise the) many more happy events Keep wU be install.d. Gues' ttetaiinf
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Ruth in honor of their f( rthcom-
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St. Thomas, > : Mr- Clifford
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TcHvENTH JUOICIAL CACUIT
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tw NO. -*$ ___
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Deputy <*Wk
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HKopORF RKRO, R8Q.
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THE COUNTY JUDOC'S COURT.
N SO FOR DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NU. i"
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STATE OF FLORIDA:
who mv helre at
1. phaNi t.s i.-\wh:i.i 1:
- s' and all other ptcuonf
hereby notified thai .- iw-
- t-n fili-l in *iil 'ourt
a Del rrolnatlon of Helre
,1 V! V...: le UN >"U ari>
.,,r..| to flU vur nili
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NdTKH is iikui.uv nrvF.N thai
I hi- unnVrntKiii 'I flertfina; '" iracr In
aniii 1 i!u rii titi.-u- 1 in. ol
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K 11 ii itiv 1 : :\. Miami, Fk
Inii a* ,..1 n.ini.
ill.- link of Ih. I ':i Ull 1 Ul 1 I I vol.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTWK IH lli:itKHY -:i\ BS lhal
the un.l. reiirm
hoxlni -v tip.1 .1 .
IK ll"\\ AI'.H \\ KIXSTIK'K P A ii
IOII SH > s..iih Miami
Beach, I' to r, c,M,-r Ntiil
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTIi'H IS HKRKIIY lilVKN that
Ihe undiTfiiKii**!!. doOlrlBE lo <-iik.'ik'' in
buxtni'iv umlr the (li-tltlnun name of
Wth A Hth STANDARD BEKVICK
KTATIOX at TV. K th St HlnlKnh.
Pta ratend to racletar tua mmr with
ih <>rk ..f Ihi finult C-Urt of
Ii.i.l.- ',.unt\. Kl.Tlila
AMIIJN'S HAKRI/> and
ji'sk r.\iAi.i.t;itii
/r.-n-ir..;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT
IN AN OFOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2104
In KR i : of
MATH v\ w VlJlMAX
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. mi 1 r, rlitorn mill mi |i i i H
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tale el \\tii w w \i.|.\i \\ .1. -
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hi -mi. will In 1 irred
I a I Miami Florida. Il rd
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If you are new in town,
call
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Stand Tall
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V'iTli-K 1.- Mi.ilKHY UIVK.V iti.it
the undi-rMRii. 'I. d, -irlnr to ernAKe In
i.u-ii..-- uiid.r lh.- fi.-iiti.-u- 11:1111. of
Col.KiMMnNKS l>'S KKVKS
MALI'S ai l'.ili. NAV II St.. Miami
InarMa Intend* to roBlater naid naSM
with thi t'lerk of tho rir. ult """art
of ii.nl.- County. Florida.
HlU'l.th BAXOHK3 mwiurl
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMH |
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
.CiDUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-9987
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMHB I TIIOKNTliX,
Plal
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11. f. ndaiii
M-.i: s THi >HXTi >N
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r : .. in thi lull nl 1 omplaliil 01
11,,- I'l.imiifr- ..
ol PI il.l Ai K Il A
i\. -1 ;ih Ull. -i Su Ii i'" Miami,
Florida 13125 and I thi m i
Aumi .-r or Plead." Ihi off mi ol
I ill. 1 in UU i'.'UI 1 on 01
10th da] oi July !
u fail lo ii lud(IDl 1)1 b] .!
lault will Ii :......iu.iii -1 >"U fo-
il., r, lo 1 .! manded In Ihi Hill of
'omplaliil
Tin.- untie* ehall lie |.ul.li-lii"l m
noli we-k for |..ur ..11-. uus. ueekr
in Till; .1 KWlSIl Ki/ iltll -IAN
LK>NK \Mi 1 >IU>KUKI' .11 Miami,
Plorrda. tlua ::r.l da] ol Jam -\ D
' 1: r. i.i:atiiiH:man- Clerk
i'ii. mi 1'ouri. Imde County, Florida
U) MAKni'KKJTK KBXT
|i.|.uiv Clerk
fClrruil Court s. ,li
La)%) *i I li of
i-oi.i.Ai'K bahi'm:
iTn.i \ \\ THi Street. Suilf loo
Miami. Florida Jfl*
MS-llVM
Attorney- for Plaintiff n r.-tS-18-M
LE6AI NOTKI_____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'.TH'K IB HBUBV HIVKV that
". jii.Iit- iti.i-il. .1.-ii-iim- lo engaf*
11. iiu--in uriit-r ihi- rii-titinue name
of Stil TH FU)RI1A l\V|-,STMi:\T
lYMMVAXi ii ruini"! 109 MMoraa
,,. th< Cltj il 1 "' hth
11..-ill.. Intend 1.....irlater the aW
: the t'li rk of Ihi 1 ir. ult
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Friday. June 5,
1973
Day School Program Charted
GREENFIELD PARK. NY
Ul.U Seminary deans ml
a. ally 3H Ik-bcv^ Pay School
i t. i 1 u r v pSJFCkolOf
^sjchiairuis and Hdbrea
L hove COIVil'. four-
oonveatiaa dmcMbi 'h 3th
. ers.iry of ih ::."
..ii Da) S^:i .. EtSUCavtSO
\ h Anurici. The cuovei
SCUted ,'.' hw day school in ever);
*:tli a Jewish p !- a> '" WOO
iitd MMB, li.nun.- .1 I t i.
nfctil pujiulalion of -'.V'. tm tiu-
I Pii*-u.i> T.its,
kheth. N.J. Ekaaa f Y. I
and Ml > \ i i I :'.i >. Ih, pr -
;*><.d that pnnl> not he Be-
gain d la pu haUkwi
4nV enrollments, since "ivi.
inita'ly turn* 4 away
On an enrobing shear chiMtvn in
> bob th<> hixh tMitrO'i
ie.>. which ranee from 30 >o
*!?>' p r year Tart as gtag ehi1-
w ..(1 jiorviita a taste of I> \
Schpol education. Ha\inc t^-t.-d it
rent! O th.-n make suprpm'
- nfio-s and superior effort*
Vudget-wiae to keep BaatC ch;:-
lay Khook* Rabbi Tei-z
AnlaaaA
Educ. ..- '. -, lares ua : I'hv
" Jewish Federations sna" We^
larv Kurds ..i neg til the nei '.-
I the Day S B i Ys
1.;/. hok K chalrn n
Rate- ii Admit
r t ih '' and dean o?
Ner Israel
. i. 1 :. !. the coun-
try laily the threat of
n^rucull->i-' because of the! rvaucra:L- .jreneipsirnpoaed upon
clfRISM indifference of thwrj UWll." ^ finWRffll for Torah
Welfare Funds which i h said the froap pro*
the couriiuud itm cf .le\viw-n. nvd i .-. .in.; fondS tithe* di
iths." i IDS a fences o
A resolution adored by the- con to lei day ehaojl sal up th>ir
i cation favored Hobivw da* own .: f > through which funds
iiui represented: by their can bi 'ted according la
ava >aaacg iathr than by "hu- needi
Weinkle Receives A Ph.D. From U-Miami
Julian Iiwin WeJnka* received
the lust PhD. defjsea in Inter-
Vuviican SUhIi- s eonfeired by th*-
I'iuv<.rsit.v of Miair.i this week, ac-
csadkai to an announci'ntent by
In Robert E MeNieoll. iiiree-tor
of th- Institi.t-- of Inter-AmerK-an
si.niws "i tfv.' Center for Ad\ai.c-
.1 International Studi. >
Mr. Weink. '.. V\ akiand.>r.'- Dade County bankini; eart- r -.. .. n
feaja ajpj |o aaaar th- Vvi\ taity
at Mami Gra aration for an career
He became a history Instructor at
th.- uriversity in aWB af t. r MOSto*
uut his M.A. OJafin
Mr. \\Vinkh> has retained his
interest in baukir-K. bowwvei. and
p.i^ :- air.. .1 o; tiu Tan Arm : .. at'
Bai-.k ol Mia:: I and I''.-. American
Bai < >' Dad ainty board of di-
rwcten H. si,,, a n ecoeomk
: m aten concerm if .;.- doc-
toral UsaaetatiOD [atanaediaries in the Kco-
KMiiie- Lk velo|mint of Colombia
Th.' Role of Commercial Ii.mks.
1951-19RS."
Mr Weinkie ervea iron: 196.V
1963 as president ^'f th< Univer-
sity of Miami Citiz-tis Boaril. a
part of the I'r.ivi-i-sity's Geiden
Annivei>u> 1 k \> hpnier.t Pro-
gram, aad was awarded the- l-M
Order of Merit for his arvtaai to
the tinivisit ', II- plans ti remain
on the faculty in the unneisity's
history dtimrtnnnt.
MOST OF OUR GUESTS
FIND SOMETHING
UNUSUAL UP HERE.
AND TAKE IT HOME
WITH THEM.
It' iet hing rarelj '. sen I m themidstof ahiR.modern
r ... .... irR w,.^ every port *nJ social activity
imfcffinal kirn >; uarrath. And friendliness. And
re' St .,
It'safea teettr.e moment you leavetnecoid
Wi ints our private part of th#
, -, aril A- 1 you've got H00 acres
, things to i>. Uy and night. Or quiet
Ht hi h swayfreai itali. inside and out.
t. Whathei igalfl ii '-.' '." the most
Vepatil '' S A.i. play tennis, swisj:
in. son or out, ftsh, '>oat. play a!', day. lance al! night, of
>.'. lone jreorsalf in th* soaatry, hat fOttTI take away
wi ..-.., ., It y)i're leaving home
For reservations ee jroor travel agent or writ* DepL 3,
Gms.inger's. Gressinfer, N. Y. 12734. Or call x2lij
i..'-45oij, and ask lor Sheila.
Al p- *
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plann. d at Mareo l.|:i:;!:
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Friday "une 5..1970
Cohen Is Honored At Annual Dinner
M\ "-" tan. knWn allectionai.-
fJtnist fhrkMan
Paae 3-C
rjebrey Theological
th* u ii !* M stu.lciiis
Was among the croup
jy-*I.T.<\ nr thi fifth
yaiiy Dinner of th-
Jr ,i, ianii Frlendi of th< H*.
i a oiuKual College, Bkolde,
I-
ting 'ho administration
I i Harold P. Smith, arl-
\ lee ; reeident and
esident oi the college,
v .., the B -' il<'i". ami
Ivyn Goodman, ii> ad-
Offll ST.
Vvrora I. Drasiri
r of the laraelite Center,
neral chairman of the
tietpgnta Included Rabbi
rfleld .f Kneaeth i-i.i, |j
(tall Foruah, of Young
i.i ^hmaryahu T s .
th .' i ib, and Rabbi
p i Israel
Awards were preai nted to Max
GutUnan and Samuel l&'aldnaan of
Beth Israel Congregation; Milton'
Kahn of KneScUl Israel; William!
I >*.' lam, in.' Centee Tcmpjsaaf)
Morris B. Frank. Beth Jacob Con- j
gregation; Jacob I.. ChernofBky, '
of Young Isra.-I. and Mr. Cohen

Students Win Essay Contest
Thursday morning the Norman
Bruce Broun Auxili irv \ ,. 174.
JewWi War Veterans of the
U.S.A.. through thela patriotic In*
structor, Mrs, Ida Danziger, waa to
present United States Savingi
BomN to two KinWh Park jun-
ior High School students, for th. ir
prize-winning -. on the "M>
Country Conaervation and Me
Clean Air and Pure Water.'This
- an annual aw ird made bj
Auxiliary through their Am -rica-
niam progr im.
Honored at the recent fifth annual Loyalty Dinner oi the
Hebrew Theological College wera, from left, (standing)
Samuel Waldman, Beth Israel Congregation; M;'.ton Kahn,
Kneseth Israel Congregation; William Drucker. Israelite
Center Temple; Max Guttman, Beth Israel Congregation;
(sealed) Morris B. Frank, Beth Jacob Congregation; Max
Cohen, The Israelite Center, and Jacob L. Chemofsky,
Young Isiael of Greater Miami.
Larry King To Speak
At Season's Last Breakfast
I. ii iy King, TV
1 ;' ilu i nrt,
I.....I rt'tl
isl f th i- m of
11 ol Ti le Beth
Shol Sui lay, at 10:30 a.n in
th Ti [ Aucl'.'orium, 414 4
i .\. e Miami Beach ird-
ng to an innouncemi nl by A u in
-- ehaii m
"Larrj King Says'
- will be open to th
public for th.' price of th
i M irtin .1 Steiner, Broth
;. President, said, Br >th t-
- main thrust this pi-t ;
>n the support of Beth
n's scholarship p
S -vei al si idents will I sent 1
rship training c imps in I
I to Israel this i
pt this program.
NEW ISRAEL BOOKL
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the high achievements of this
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undaunted hopes of its people as
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a thrilling awareness of modern
Israel's Biblical heritage and
c ginof a people thriving today
on land promised to the genera-
tions of Abraham, Isaac and
J.icob almost four millennia ago.
Here you will note spectacular
gams m commerce, industry and
pyport. in housing, education and
medicine, in irrigation and agri-
culture guins that surely equal
if not exceod those of ancient
Israel in the days of David and
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AnAlhey rrliirnedtfom ir.i,*'t'tf tht land
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Friday
Student* GiaWhtote At B'nai Raphael
I, kci da ill be held
at Congregation ETnal Raphael
FVidaj t 8:15 | U Rub '
A ill eon
the ?rrc'icvs With
the graduatea
Th f ]! H
Happenings
nent
in.
deti el in tcrvi < stand-
as a n
the nationa ide re* lew of
this son lee '! m the tuntry
rriin, t.. Puatuaiater E M
Don
>
-.i Kr nik.i. ol Per-
anjag Auto Leaatag. I<-. h -
.1111 Minced ttM 'itnient of
Kariwv II. Wilson K! Cool oiler, m ehai a i I
quality rnwlnten nee control
i will be ex| to in-
clude all ai i m hick -
whi h ia progra n '>t pro-
ve ti inten
sw simkouit/ of Kialeah was
-tailed as president "i the
rlriila rharniitr.utieal Assocl-
:.ii..u ,it its He. nl SOth antninl
, ..iv^nii..n in Daytuna Beach.
Bea sak- of Miami was roetpf*
. nl o( th. Richards Award for
Pharroaceutlcal PubUc Relations
durfng th. met ting, -ma wiHium
Neafae at Miami and Rnlx-rt
.iiv Whaalar, Jr.. of Miami
S i. urn named to represent
th. Southeasl Florida Assn. on
th) itati e euthn uummltfc
Kor the econd y ar IB a row.
Al:tn BrajMiniii. a..mint ixfcu-
five in lot Coral Gables office
..I HaydVn. Stour. Iim .. has beCtl
ned to thr firm's sri.vt Prea
,'. (\,imeil
\V.Ht> MrKrr and lUtn Lattaa,
attorney -Imisiih BBBI !1 who have
a major Intereat in thr aaaraam
Beait Motw and have Baaratd
Johnson Motor Lodgr franchises |
in Spiinufi. Id, 111 Ann Arbor.
Mid and Richmond. Ind.. n-
dj) opened a Howard John-
- r Motor Lodge In Bowling
t.i en, <>hio.
05a fh r\oomi
CloAels
j-'oivaer rCoomS
That* can be enchant-
ingiy decorated to
male*
Hue.
a dream coma
I Let BARNETT'S
help you.

Dtcoroto.'l Sho.1
. (00 E. BEACH BLVD.
I HALLANDALE
I
Where Porting It Pr^lm
927-0566
tenting the ^uiduating cl iss of
1970. wiH receive Ihelr tftpjarnas:
Ma nl ,\tr nil.I Mr- H.
su-..' rinaaau' i.i
yd Alr> I I ItH
..t Mi .'"! Mr
Mr
,u..t Hn I'...li-ti Oaraieta i ii "i
~.|| "f Mr BIM. M I 'ii' ui I '
ni.-r Barrj il I \ii Hi
Him Rnj mi ol \.i
K H Mi
in- rlarve) l ma -
f Mr .ui.I Mr- Sl..nl. > I
lull. itaiaafclei "f Mi .....i Mr U
..I.I Mill. Klevi ''
; i. i l- K. Ml
Mr* Aki .I...ii......kj KIIm.i.
Ml Mi- M..it.- I'.ul
p. m I Mr* Marraj
..I Mi
.: Ri -- Mil. In li -......' Mr
M \i l: i
and Mr S..i Spain
Mark. -" al Mi i .m>-
Utrsl
N
Gershwin Lodge Auxiliary
To Install Its Officers
George Gershwin Lodge's l-i-
lia Auxiliary will hold its instal-
lation Innrh.on at noon Saturday
m the Algiers Hotel 25th Street
and Collins Avenue, with ffarvej
Ruhman. .-han.-.Ilor-comniandi i
if the lodgt serving as insteila-
tion offii. i
Taking office nrlll be ;i preaid-
ium eompriBsd ol Mm. Mum)
Harrison ami Mrs. Joaaph Scher;
i Mrs. Jack Long and Mrs Hairy
Gsasnbetg, wfee pmaldenU; Mis.
Sol Silver, treasurer; Mm. Fred-
erick Hi yman. financial secretary;
Mm. Harry Narhanaon. recording
rt-s|oniing secretary, and lid
trustees Mrs. Murry Stn'iff. Mrs
(rving W. ntstcin. Mrs. Harry H.r-
man ami Mrs Harrv Edlen
The S3.000.000 154-unit twin 8-story Gateway
House condominium apartment complex.
located at 875 NE 167the St.. North Miami
Beach, is the newest high-rise apartment
community oi Development Corporation of
America, one oi Florida's largest land and
real estate development firms. Building No 1
is in the iinal stages of finished construction
and. according to Lanny Kalik. vice presi-
dent of Development Corporation of Ameri-
ca, the parent company. Gateway Hou^e
construction is 20 days ahead oi schedule.
Experts Air Views On Controversy
The explosive question "Th-r i-
peutic AiHiition Yes or So?" will
i>.- Hie male of th.- spring meet-
ing ui Cedars of Lebanon Auxili-
ary Tufsdaj .it l" a in in Km u<>--
int.il auditorium, program chip
a in, Mrs. Ted Lotterman his an
ll< M 111-
T.\ i well-known pmecoaogiaN
affiliated itn tor Cedars sir
will conduct Uk- dlarussion, to be
; ii.>. i bf oueation and an-
ewer maawD, with audience r*""-
ticip ition in\ Ited,
"TiK' Mri>ji>ct has created -.
OUa division of .>|>inioii not only
in the halls of our Stale legis-
lature, but amang h.aith. v\, i
rare and civic organizatkMM
aeroH :'\ of PlkMida anl the
vition said Mm, Lottamaan,
Auxiliary preaideai M s Byrtwi
Sparber reportod th. rd< ol
im:" the \['i-t. vtewt it ..,.
meeting wnth th' unani
,iro\ ii oi then membei
, TI*.- public Ls mvited, i
|charge. IHk' to limit.-d tearing (,.
. duties m the Cedars ol i.
Msdltormm. .itt.-nditTc.- win ...
i first-4-otrH'. fhsl-ssived has.
After the last hand...
nothing hits the spot like bagels & plenty of
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"TOUR JEWISH
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oaklet feetwriaa aeettiant sad
entwert a* traditi.aol J.wita
Ml aad law.
C .. ,,.., '..i fnt nr \..ur nr-
i in .: '
Mr. Cberlat leMatt.r
tarr fooos co.
New Y.rk, N.Y. 1001*
\\ in.
made
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and
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there
f*n ullBS. l| a
isnt!
I CEKHF1ED WSkKR


Tndaf. Iuw 5. 1979
bi*J lh**hr
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Ml. AW MM. MOWS KUKLAND
42 In Beth Sholom's
Confirmation Class
Mrs David Mill- r nnrt Dr. Sola
. mon Uehtcr. inirmrn <>l th
- 'xwinl of ii- ation of Tempi
Sbolom, rwtvi ino .1 ced thai I'
- iii be confirmei
it the 1 mple, :-l : 1 ( kv>
Miami B< ndi, al 7 --1
lay. The clan has selected "Wiv
[ a 1< w "' 11 the them I r II
' km s- : Ice, it w-i a wi It-
ten by Hi, bI id in hi 1 th
/kdance ,,1 1 >, 1.,, -,. >|,
M. mben ol thi -
laaa of r>7Ttn include
Mi '. 1 ilRiwhti i.f Mr mi>|
u llllnm I
. mm W llllnm Alli 1 I 1 ilHUirhtFi
hiirltnuls Marking '.,*; ,;::' ^Y.: -;;
(rOth Anniversary
Mr ||i 11., 11 III.--in I ..1 Kayi
liurli'i-r ..f Mr an.I Mr* .\..i i-.,1,
.M.-liiiu. I ) mm. llMlgtlK "' "r
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kurland will ::.;! "'j,""^ ^T^m "iiftE
[obratlnn tli>ir t'/lh weddlns '"..... Kuiwn, and Jinlitl, Ann
_. _- .... in Vl;.~. 'laUKlii. r. -[ UuMavi In.v.l Su-nl
mtvcraarj n JWW 1". .vr.am. m,,,,,-..,.,, daua-ht.-i ,,r Harold \'m. -
- > nts fr 24 wars, they now 'Jf1*: i\.n,\ 1 rtaaarhtai .f Donald
. -w.iin kitn a***, it ...iik Brian*"! Klrhard Howard, i daughter, Mrs. Marjorie M nwrdian 1- Harold wimnar.
rrjr. i... CharV knhoat, .....f Jaromi 1
PranKtln r:.,,,.ir r). ana ,,r y:.i. <
\h <">t n-hiMKo celebrntiofi wi'l i-y. ..iim. liwry, ol 1..... Oar-
1 xt --. Ii.-l.l. I>.m.I Jonathan, -" of Mlllon
given b) Ms. Mcslwi 1 >. ;\n \ .;..,.. ,.,., aaghiw of. and .1... 1
slater Mis Aim Kramer .>f v "' Judgi and Mrs Harrj
, ... .w.i-.,, vir ioik Arthur i in -iiIm -rit. M.n-k S-ott --..m .-f
Vrnzelea. ;it joi.w> N 13th ,. ., ,, M ,, Hi ,,,.
" MllMftay, June 2Hlh Mr and Rohla Ann. dauahtrr >.f Mr and
,. _,__a _ti.. ..., ... ... Mi J.-k .ImIvIo; Chart**, '.-n
Mrs Wnrlarw a*o fcavi two aom. ,., Mr ,, Mni_ HnyuX .
rnard and Carroll of Sow York, '...... Buaan. daughter of Mr i aut
Kali; si. \ Mm "f Mr and Ml ]
i:ni.,iu. I Kata, and laiualu1, n.....f
Mi and Mm ll:ii-..|il Klnaer
, Krandchiklrcn and two frrca<
lildrctv
Films At Local Theaters
Al-.. I. Tr. \ 1 > \ i.l. -..|| ..' | II I
Mn* II t*..I-in.in Kramer; I > w i* Ar-
ihui. -:. nl I o .| Mr* l ..'.' I
l*uble bill thtoweek at Palm ^"^"TK.J.Y, *&>",&.
: inu-s ami Coral Way Drive-in dauahtrt < Mm l"al llli \u.. >
. hi. s ii "The Computi r Wort
/. -.m .f in and Mr* l..o >f.
Levfii, Blalni Su aji, iliiuieltii'i Mi
Shoe*" Jinil "HlnfklH'aril's and Mm lUrnaH I.'h.k. Itnnna,
. .,.....pk I).,.l II,,.,i ,,f l. duuirh'i r ,.f Mr and Mm i '.ul l.ini.lx.
II rh.. Rn>ai Hunt nl tin ,,, ,,, ,,.ixuthu, ,., m, ,,, u,.
S ." beicim Fridav art trn- Mavfair miham Miranda; l>onna Bva,
.l.uirlin r of Mr and Mr- Joacph A
: Sunaet: 'How thv Weal Wai
. ,n" is snowlnc in th<- Olvnipia.
ShW. Surf. SunilaiKl. Gable. ^,~ &&T3"iFUZT*$?J
.wn I and North.Dad, Hold- hj^Mc ef WMner-.^ndra Ivn,.
\.wl. .I.ffT.\ JoM-ph, -ii <-f Mr
and Un .) ih f*ttr#<>; Jonathan
Ati'lri \\ non "i 1 <"n;i:.| l'l.ttl: Th rj
urn nchnle "Airport."' 'V\u
rtuLShoflpar." "Th' Boyi fti ti
\" ;md "Man>on*ii."
lialtrr, Arnold .lr urn <*f Mr and
At iv 1 l Sunn-. Krt it .lu-hHt.
'.iit^hi.r "f laonn I't'L-'r. and I'- !
in*- Mii'ii. ll\ >luKrit*i <( Mi* Win-
nie \V< t" :
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+Jeni*t fhrkfiar
Friday. June 5
3. 1973
Kaufman'* (Jrancfcon Born At Waller Reed
'Li/lutt s Crooking
Bv RfTH *IRKIS
;1
^
MffS. At. S. CONfN
Mrs. M. S. Cohen To
Take Part In NWL
Briefing Sessions
Mn M S
'': ; : "'
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' tho 1":
: America, wiD
I briefing
.. 28 B El
I.. i'_-ut to ike pi ice Juno 14-
. w.-t Orange N.J.
Th roup presents
han BOO
igue v i i >'- Ui
i i '" errt ifHli-
\.th congr.
it th. I'-- States Can
! : >dc i and Puerto R
S Bskma Mil] dm aide n
th. National officers, the
utive director, ami th.' chair-
f the 20 nts whkh
carr\ forward the program of e.in-
i it m [ious ac-
:
The participant! .n th.
the Ma-
tt its
New York Citji awl
ye an mil) to visM she
world-famed Jewish Theo!->gica'

itivi Movi mei '. ami
to > grand tour of the Jew-
M ism in 5 msor-
I Institution.
Mrs. C neh In-
ides 30 Slsti rhoods in l< FTor-
nrnunii I Put rt i Ric
.Mth a inembership of more than
0 Synas ner>-
Shavuoa is the boUday I lov*. First of all M is my birthday
ami Bind the Book of Ruth la being n-ad on Shavuos. I was
nannd Ruth. I haw the name of the grrat-nrandmoth. r of
David. King ol Israel and I am verj proud of it. The second
ison for loving Shavuoa is that our Holy Torah was givaa to
us on thai holiday. The third reason is more prosaic: only on
. enjoy th. most delidoua and mouth-watering
such as blintzes, cheese krushes sweet noodles
and cheeai So what other holiday is like Shavuoa?
Thi> Cheese Caki is very delicate an.! rich If you follow
in fully, you won't n en t it.
GALA BHAVT08 CHEESE IKE
ki< s.
*-af itter
'J pints cottag) ch
: Lnstantizi d flour
l cup sugar
; i Ega
l ti aspoon vanlll Ktract
lemon rind
n cracki
Melt butter, add to crumbs with it-;
rind mix thoroughly Lire Uv bottom of a 9-inoh spring-
form with wax par* r, i...-. Uv ildi "t the fi rm well
Pusl) ;.., heeai through a slew or whip it in an
elect lei until smooth idon't overwhip it. or the cheesi
may becom too watery. 1 Add sugar, flour egg yolks, \anillaand
remaining two teaspoons ol lemon rind to the <-h<-. m Mix gently
but thoroughly. Spread the buttered crumbs in th< bottom ol tie
-: H : Whip t!i. eg whites until they arc stiff, fold gently
into cheesi ixtun ; u IntoHhe spring form. Bake om houi ii
. 5i iven; turn "ft tli heat and lei the caki cool inside
th. oven for another hour without opening th. On cake
wili i its i .ik. -. but set when it cools Removi from the
knife around l t.> loosen it from th. pan
from spring-form until it is thoroughly cooled,
Calu should be s rved ooid, with whipped cream or fruit as
I
.,-. R Kornb rg son <>i Capt
L. Kornberg and Edith!
(Contberg, was born at
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen-j
t.i Washington. D.C at 5:25
May 11 Th.' InfaW.
ol Dr and Mrs. Harold
S. Kaufman. \v ighed fi IDS. 10 OS
mil was -'i laches m iSBSfth.
The baby's paternal Rrandpar-
i.ts. Mr and Mrs Martin K>>rn-
berg ot San Gabriel, Calif., wets
among those who Hem to Asesauv
in. Va., to attend the traditional
Brisa Millah a week later The
..ii. st list also wuluiled the baby's
godparents, Dr. ami Mrs. Sean
M Kaufman, Miami; his great-
indmother, Mrs San Kaufman
of The Bronx, N V Martin K
n v Mrs. Ralph
nthal, Mrs Martin Peskta an.i
An.in w (Jason's cousin i
Ri; n -i ntlng tl* Ail Force were
Col and Mrs Crock r, <"oi Edmy
and Capt John Barton, of Ft.
Belvoir V i
<;i andmoth) r Kaufman, rh>
BBjsjf coordinator of ins.
lag psgaofliati at Men
rernalaed in Virginia I
days to assist her dau
and Mrs. Korr.h, ,
pl.tns to mm* to P41h AT
next month.
Hadassah Group Installs
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week at i luncheon in t
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installation officer Chaii
Mr- Lsah U a is Takii
n. w duties wen Mr- s
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Joseph Heta ami Mis ii
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U~ Ut rirrtrfirvr
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New slate of Oflicers for 1970-71 elected by
Bay Chapter. Women's American ORT. in-
clude (from left) Mesdames: Fay Ossip.
rorresponding secretary; Manny Austin,
honor roll; Charles Roller, education; Wii-
l.jm Meisel. chairman of the day; lames
Kosak, president; Harry Littman, parlia-
mentarian; Jules Winters, membership;
Joseph Weiner. sp3c;al projects; Zola Klein,
trecsurer. and Sally E. Zamsky. fincncial
secretary.
Join the
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President & Gf neral
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Food & Beverage Oif-tior,
invite you to make tha
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Complete hotel and
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your disposal and every
occasion becomes a
memorable one.
Sherman Winn
On the Ocean
ot 98th Street
Bal Harbour
Miarru Beach
(lonfirmands Will Present A Cantata
; i.' Ner Tamid will hold Its Following the sir...
rt sen i lion \ :ii r> h< Id i t Sisi i hood
i! I .i m in the
f of t In t. mple.
[ the nchfon
the pan nt ol thi ".'"ii-
firm ids will be held I fti r-
i ",i! 11 Ion 11
-v llltarn pon "i Mi .ind .Mr*
Hi i m ii Kuttrn Jndj dauahti r "i
Mr i Alfred l .'in
\ nil Mi-
nd Joj laughlei
Mi mid M H
childn n "f the Conl
. i.t.ss w ill ,! I I i:. oi iginal
a entitled "Israel -'-.'." in
ol 11* 22nd am ivei irj
. ttati ol larael unit, n and
ii (i bj I'i Euri i i
ituaJ lead r "i the templi Th '.* < th
,, .! i Tl wai
its w ;ll include tin- temple
ir umkr t;.- direction <'t Eli
- i Is, aiiii Cantoi I Iv
. .f Mi ;i'
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I Mn l: el i. IU K i
luurchti i -I Mi and Mi- H.it. Ill
i:... i. ii-
mid will h< Alyln s..\..u. K. ell nn f
annu Mi mid Mm \i Shi n
.......
i f thi T mpl< m"
Tli.- hlldn 'i of I l
i "i.i-- ;ii prenenl ii i i .''.- Sam Woll
ntr.l.; l-i. I S3 In honoi 'ti.
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has again consented to
..ii. Slrahm,
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Kill he held h) Ihe Sim. i li.t !
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'i mamln ill
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Thi follnwtni | ludi nt* ill be v ,, ...
r Mi year In October, Hyman I habner,
"iJftSTt :. presidenl ol the congregation, has
I Mi and Mi
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{ Mr and Mi."
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Mi I; li indman Stepbei -n k.i.>S.
Mr and Mn Marl n Kaufman,
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+Jmist ncrrtinn
Friday. June 5. U
HEBREW LESSON
Archaeologists
In Sinai Desert
A 15-tn in exped lion h
the hi il In
-i. i vis i the Sin ii
Des rt, I irch-
.\ week.
The x ''li
i kii''A the "' rjon
hi" Kadesh-Barnea, which m u
one i>f the imp.ii tant stops of
the ChiM tai of brae) when
th. > wandered through the
dtaefl on th-- way from Kcypt
to the l-nd .?( Canaan.
Kadcsh-Barnoa i.s MM
neJCt to an important road-
junction which connects the
l-nnd of Israel and Kjrypl
with the Sinai Desert. Th
vi>l is today called Tol Kud.-i-
r.rt and is situated in a fertik
valley Meand with water. Th.
sprine. Kin Kuderat. (Iowa
stmngly i lit. with muci
force i. The members of th>
expedition found a wall cir-
cling the \alle> in which Kad-
.sh-Barnea la situated. I"*
length is aivMit five kilome-
ten above gamind.
One of the members of th
aapedttion related that on
their way in Sinai they founc
a great number of rock draw
in;js The drawtnrs were fnm
the Nab ite in, R man, and
early Arabic period. Then- an
also drawings from the Iioi
I The ejcpedllIon also visit-
ed small island In th.- i
of Eilal and found ruins oi
buildings from the Mkldk
Ages nil it.
(Iltued by Bf't Ivnt Olamit in
conjunction with Koren Zikaron
Latarbut Yehudit )
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Because Bbavuoa falls on the
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Friday. June 5. 1970
fJenist Fkricfiair
i*jqe 9-C
Bj RABBI 8AM1 BL I. FOX
\\li;it is < lloll.nf
in iiu- oven on Friday nigh Some feel thai the recitation of
win i ii riistiiiuar> for ilie this additional passage bj the Rab-
RahM i recite the last i i it.....shi-iua" aloud in tin- tou- reminder "i the congregation to in-
RtvgatlM? -:.ni. ii. .,- well i> focusing, the
According to the larmud this '"'"'"" "' ""' coagragrtiBn on
een to have been the leaf nor- thta P8883*6 M ,M""-: v,,|'-v lnv
lion added to the recitation of th- i,",:,nl P"*' *e" "* a v,'ry
si,,,,.,- It was added especial!) P*1"" i>"n*>- In this rturtter.
.....ause h contains vene relat- '.' ta m 0,at.*hJ! 'v.'1"' ."f
mi: to the Exodus from Egypt
tl, synagogue would l>e the one
- one of the most dominai *ho |MVS ?' attention to the
"Chollent ,- the term colloqui- themes of Jewish tradition. It ateo recitation and thus would lake
serves as a bridge from tiv the longest tune to recite it. If
"Shma." which Is a declaration ol he recite il aloud, the cantor is
our acceptance of the faith and M1. havc waited ,.,,,. ,;mi.
passages
w ii to the food whi ii i- l.'C
ver-n te In the oven form Kn
i ij evening to Saturday. It is
'skills v .in. potatoes mixed with
commandments to the
Lcuis Wollson (left) who addressed the Brandeis University
National Women's Committee luncheon held by Broward
County Chapter on the need for reform of the nation's
prisons, is greeted by president of chapter. Mrs. Joseph
Steinberg and her husband, president of Steel City Decora
Inc. Brandeis University Women's Committee supports Gold-
latb Libarary and Gerstenzang Science Library on the
Uruversity Campus in Wadtham, Mass.
CARIH Chapters Installing "Officers
Mrs, Erneal Harris officiated at treasurer*; Mrs. Yak Moak. audl-
t Installation of the new officers lor and Mrs Allen Abelaon,
I !.. I.ortxr Chapter. Chll- chaplain
- Asthma Reeearch Institute
and Hospital this week at Miami
-. Villas
,,,,, offkersol the chap- iV uith st'innV' 3Srha. been raising funds president ... Coral Gable, trnal '" the Sabbathito mean th ,t th
,rrtment and research a. the B"rith. as translation officer. Mr. be ... Jre mg in
vnv.r institute for the p..s 23 Miller preacotad the gavel to im *J* h,,m" "" l w?f T.,?
inchide Mr*. Sidney Harris, own wife. Carole, who will serve mainstream of Jewi* uto
;=. U.;Mr.. John Oreine. Mrs. as prcldent of the chapter lor *?J2**g
.:,,V. Otossm... Mrs. Robert IffML Mra. Edgene Lemlich w, m J*~fc*gZZZ*
Breath of Life Chapter held its
annual donor lunjthean-inBtallation
it the Doral Beach Hotel recent-
meal and sometime, bean, and which apeak ol the redemption of
barley, etc The term i- elthi '' "'' ""' ''':"" redemption bein
traced lo a French let n Chalt or u*' '"-'" (odus frotT1 '
I'hiM loi in recent French Chaudi
meaning "warm." The term "Choi-
lent" U found In the work of Rah-
iii Isaac of W'i'in I "Or Zaruai one
o| the medieval HaJachic authori-
ties Son. Hk'- to 'jive the word1
a Hebrew d< i v >tion atl ihu*
trace it to the Hebrew "Shelan"
which means "apent the night"
indicating that Is was kept warm
over-night. Having warm foods on
the Sabbath was stressed by the
Ft ibbis for centuries especial]) as
i mean, of displaying the ineor-
redness ot the Jewish s.vts who
"' dmed that only cold food should
be oaten on the Sarthath by mis-
interpreting the Biblical verse
for everyone to have recited the
"Shorn. In foi e he goes on with
the prayers.
> nis .in.!-Mr.. Jerome Orusaman,
V .. ;r snieiits. Mrs. Ilieit Mil-
b. re. Mis. Morton Golilenblank,
Jaek Zagnria ami Mrs. Bar*
i if! Jaffe. secretaries; Mis Mat
tyna non and Mrs. Harvey Brant.
Thu pan' frtpared
pfjtion unih die Oman
Mmi Rabbinical AjsuilstfiB,
Cordhwft of the feature!
-'i-.-i here it
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Sr-.-itual Lead*' of
FsTf. TonMt UDHOaJMATsBI
or Noti MiASti Beach
:l,airma" ,,( ,h" da> | the Sabbath. Thus many made ft
, ., i special point to eat thi.s food
Photographer Shows Film which was kept warm over-night
Ye QUr Garnering Night was to Indicate that one edUM enjoy
to U.....lel.ist.sl by the Jewish i (indeed, one should enjoy the
War \et. .ans Ladle, aualrrary I luxury ol warm food on the Sab-
Ma SI west Ifitnnl P.xt.|'' "' Jv JwfPfnf ,h'' fo,M "^'''
i iiiirt> rn
Thursday at B p.m in th.- Dank-
en Mote; Inn. 1086 8.W. Sth St.il
\s : spevial treat. Henry Kreii )
u-/. oifi.-iii photographer ol the
Jewiah War Veterans Ol tin
United States ki showing the l iteai'
Rims taken OH his ireelit tri|> to
Israel
CANDLEIIGHTING TINU
1 S1VAN 7:50
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bemidbar
Israelites encamp under standards i aring symbols of the ox,
eagle, lion, ami man.
"A sjood way off shall thej pitch round aliout the tent of
meeting" t Num. 2.2 >.
BEMIDBAR "And the Lord spoke unto Moses In the wild*
ernes, of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the first day of the
sc cond month, in the second year after they were come out of the
land of Egypt, saying: "Take ye the sum of all the congregation
of the children Of Israel, by their families, by their father.'
houses, according to the number ol names, every mal<. by their
l)lls; from twenty yean oud anil upward, all that are able to qo
forth to war in Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even
thou and Aaron'" (Numben 1.1-3). Kxciusive of the LevUea, who
were not numbered, the total of men of military age was 603,555.
There follows a description of the Israelites; encampments dur-
ing their journeys through the desert: than were four major
camps, each of three triocs; one under the flag of Judnh. one
under the Oag of Reuben, one under the flag of Ki>hi\um. and
one under the ffciK of Dan. The Levite. camped separately near
the sanctuary; among the Levltcs, each clan hail particular
service to sender in regard to the sanctuary
ThU recounting of the Wrflltlj PtCttM ( tlw I*\\ is r\triM-t-
i nut l> i|>n -Thr Graphic Hr>tor> of tlie Jrwloh l|erit^g-."
ilil.il h> P. Wollniun-Ttaiiiir. *l.'>, |.ul>Ushet hy Sheiieolil. Ttw 4
v.ilonw Is aVagaM. at 27 U'illiiun St.. HeSJ* VorU X \.V. Pr*Hl-
ilent ot Hi.- *orift> itistrit.utiii._- tli. \oliune is Joseph Sehkutg.

r^clicrioMS a^<
er vices
Friday B:tfi t n, Contimatlon: David,
on "i Mr and Mrs millet Blix
1 i.l I...ri. 'l.niKhi.r < Mr. unit Mr-
AJfbcn l.oii' Followed fcy Oa*C Shall.
; tin .sa'ur.liv 9:3. a-rn.
sitKVfi-Tit Tie -.I iv ; 11 in Wedoe>
ill] : 1 in and p in Tbaradaj I
., in VUkoi rvlci i" M u 111
Dr.Orthodox
Croit
Rabbi Alindr
S.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONOREGA-
TiON. i tW 7th Awt Orthodo.
Canter Mem* Barr.
ZION
Com
ANSHI EMES ?SU SW Hth Ae
Conrvatiwt. Cantor Sol Pakov.Hi 2
BETH TOV (Temple). o*3 SVV Sth
St Conerativ Rabbi Siman (
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkej 8
KnXa> N IS P in Si.-t.Th.l and Tern-
p|, Otfloer"' be laltaUoti Followed >>
I IIH'lt .S) .ll>l*.l,
(TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd
trvative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waehinflton Aw
Orthodei. Raoei T.oor H Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. .'0
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Avr
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abratwam Seif 27
Fridaji S:M p.m satur.t.o 1 -.> m Bar-
man: 'A Road In Tli. Deaert JjflB-
1 h.i 7:4tl )> m
SHBVfOTH: Tueada] ":45 pm Wrd-
neaday 9 .1 m Bernton "Formula F01
1 vVorM Order." ilincha 7,4'. pm
Taaradio B a ni Sermon: "Preserva-
tion "f Lite." Yizki.r l":4. .1 m Mir
tin 1 pm
Friday T:S. p.m t*onflrauilloi Sni
. i.-. bm.I "'-r.-ii*. -ii > S.'ni'-n: "BdtH'it'
thN \- A I'r. r. .|Ui'H'- For '
survn.ii s..tin.1.1\ 9 .1 m Bar Hits
..iti Twli ,:.>," ti ;ii't Itiehanl. "iiis
,., Mr and Mn Beymoar Btoinhent
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171tt St. Orthedoi.
Rabbi Njfiaii Poruah. M
PriilH\ 7.4" f m Satuntii :< .i ni S,-r
man "A* Ttiej CamiM-d, > Thosr
Trv< Hi d
BETH AM (TEMPLE'
all Or S, Miami.
ISRAEL (Tempt.) OF GREATER
Miami 137 NE 1th St. Reform 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot
Kr'il.o !" p in K 'i Baal Fan 11 '
U.,1.1.1 and Mi it< U '.....'-
550 N Ken.
Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Bawmaard. Cantor Michael
KJ" -
Krulay 7'r. pm Confirmation >'
BaUurda} Bar Mitsvnli Bieven,
____.____ Drann Cantor Nathan Parnan 11
BETH OAV.D. 2*2* SW 3rd Ave Prjd> =*%*,, *jS^.' "......
Con.ervat.ve. R.bb, Sol Landau. T rah In .the MJJM ..,
Cantor William w L.pton \vii|oUj S:S Serm- Tl"
Mraaaa. M|- |l,,n Trannmltted
J|ln.ru. I JO P m Thur-I.v '
Viaker 1"^" am S.rnii'ii Sworn
VH Du i. Ulncria < P
BETH
13*00 W
Kri.|i' p ni sad I I
11. .n "f N.- I'fii..-- Ki
*, h."t aradu
.(
in tnsi.i
1 oanltion
Saturda> I
am fa* Toeall Leaaoi, llai MlUati
Slrvan ..>ii "f Ml '"' Xl' .rni.i"-
.1, -----------
-------------- ^ .^. OR OLOM (TEMPLE) 8755 SW 1th
BETH BL 900 SW 17th Ave Ortho_ 0( Con.ervative. R.bb, Ralph Gin.
m.n Cantor Benj.mm Ben Ar
r,. 11 > p in Balurd .v n n

5
don. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
I .tajr *.'" p in .S..UU '1.1 v
tin 7 p m
sllrTV4"TH- Tu. -I 7 in |> m
w ..ti-dH\ k 1. mi ind 7 1 n : I ui
n.m Vis. "i M< 111 inul s. 1 .
pi u m.
BETH KOOKS.H 1101 SW l.'th v
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapeea. Cantor Ben Dick.on
sur.vroTHs Tuemla) -' Mil
Vj- 1,1 ,111 s.i nun <>ui 11- I.....'
I
13
Bat
11.1 Mm
firm
Mitsvafi 1 .111 v -": Mr
si.mi-> Oroaky Bandaj
1 1
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave Con.ervative
Carmi.
14

TIFERETH JACOB (Templei Ml E
4th Ave. Hialeah Conervative_
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Con.erv.tive. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Nico Feldenan 28
l"riil i\ K 1". |..m H:ii MtUvah: lime,
I .i.'iiicin.-r if Mr and Mr- David
llnxtei Batarday ...n, Rai Muz- 1 --------------
vatl I'.ivl'l. s"ll nf >lr unit ill- SalO* .
,,,. i,.v,. JUOEA (TEMPLEI 5500 Granada
MOSMt CUMorlEGATION silwi'iTH Tueadn) 7 :: p.m Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morn. Kip
Dooe Hwy. Coneervative. Vi'.'dneada} 9M > '" '' *" *"
Rabbi Jo.eph A Gorfinkel Cantor ..,. m.io Sermon "Ttioa Shall Not Krulay s |> n, II. litmus Bchool .luinoi
Ben Zion Kir.chent.um 35 Mlnoka 7 :'." m T1iur-'l.i\ 9 im itinlr- and A--1-1.n1; Teachers honor
-------------- ,,- ,.r Service. Sermon- "A lii'lh AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyleAve \, :..),!,.., i liil.tr. n'- S. -\ i. W..I- Ci.r)', i, "f Mr and Mr. BherWJ '
Orthodox Rabbi l.aac Ever 17 ,,.-,!.., \ ,,,.1 Thurmln) 1" '" m In \ I'r-\v
-------------- !,,. I'd,.,, i HHBV'l'OTH Tii.-.l.o ,'in i.i
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodox -------.------- I n in.il l..u S, rvi. \\ ,11. -il.n II IS
Rabbi Berel Wem 18 HEH TAMID (TEMPLE, 80th St and :, n, Memorial S.im.-
-------a------- Tatum Waterway Con.ervative
BETH JACOB 301 Wa.hmgton Ave R.bbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed- --------------
Orthodox R .lihi Shmaryahu T Svir. winj Klein. 20 ZAMOR* (TEMPLEI 44 Zamora Ave.
ky Cantor Maurice Mamche. 19 Pridn) Berntor i:...l- Osmmnnd- Con.erv.tive. Rabbi Maxwell Berge-.
sit \ \ I'I't'lt Tu.-ili> 8:19 pm ni.,,,- To \v.n :. I'.nu Hot Sum Cantor Richard Browdy.
\\ .in. -.l:.\ v ." am Sermon Tin ,. KIIBVfM'T: Tuedn> p.m Frldaj 6 p.m Saturdu) Mj .m Bei
.1,-..,,!. i ..mili.ilnllll.nl Mni.l'.i \\ ,.,|,|, .-,|.,v 4". :. Ill S.MH...I "Ml
,, in Thunxlaj am Viakor sii i-i...r- Olfl to th. World."
Memol .1 Servlfi I" "" m Bel Mineha K pm Tluir-.l;.i ^ I". :. m
n..... \ i :ii<-1 >f .i 'tinii. i Prom tHir Pan VIskor litSn a.m
--------------- Sermon 'What W'e Havi Inherited
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE, 1545 ~ZZT9~7ZT, .
Jeffer.on Ave Con.ervative Rabb. OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bomt.i Dr
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breech. 20 Orthodox. Rabbi Phmea. Weber_
-------0------- m.n. 30 !
0CTh,:.eSAeeLO'L.beVafMRaLbEb,, L*.'." SEPHARDIC jTYv'tieT C E N T E R M.
Krom.h. A.n.tant Rabbi Jerrold Collm. Ave R.bb. Sad, Nahmia. 31
rina?" 8ttJ^fSSSZ, .' CONGREGATION ETZ.CHA.M. ,W.
hath The ll.l.i.u Sludentx l tin
nmn ".M'uaii of the Torah Bai
MIT/.X AH Mi.h.el ......f Dr, ami
.\t, s, > in..ut i lardnei
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEI 547
Oakland Park Blvd R.bbi Sheldon
Edw.rd. C.ntor M.urice Neu. 43
EMANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland Park
Blvd Reform Rabbi Richard M.
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement.
41

IQallinical C7e/evi5iot 'Program,
June ICh. 4. 8:30 u.m. The Kust Estate.
Topie Pubhc Aid for Non-Publk Schooh
Moderator: Rav. Luther C. Pierce
Quest Edward J Atkms
Panel Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Correaatk)n;
Monsii'iioi William MaKeever, Rev. David Holt
IT.. Be iterini on th. !. Baaday, Ml M. S:S0 i,m-
.Inn.- "Jv'h. 10, B 80 a in The Jewish Worship Hour
Host Rabbi Solomon Si hill.
Director, CotranuaJty Chaplalncj Service
June kV-Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Dr. IrvitiK l.i lirniaii. Rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach
Junior IIikIi itl ,-...i.lu. i Hi. Bei
\ i. s.uii.i.. in IS ;. in Bur Mill
.all SI. iJ" II, -"ii < Ml .....I Ml
l> ii St i i.i \'u i. -..ii !
Ut and Mr- l ..n Hit".
BETH TFILAH. 93* Euclid Ave Or-
thodox Rabbi Jo.eph E Rackov
ky
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue 22-A
Prida) p.m Kahohm Sbabnin Hatur-
.1 i\ 'i i in Mineha T p.m followed b)
;. l.-.lur.
sit w i i iTHS Tharadaj l m I
Icor Bet 11. *
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Wa.hington Ave Orthodox
Rabhi Dow Ro.encw.ig 23
41 Wa.hington Ave Rabbi A Ben.
Hillel 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E Trea.ure Dr.
North Bay Village Con.erv.tive
Cantor Leon Seoal 32-A
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N E Fir.t Ave
CENTER
BETH EL (TEMPLEI S 14th Av*.
Reform. R.bbi S.muel Jaffe.
i i-1 i. ( i p in Satui da) 11 -I ni Bar
j, ADATH VESHURUN I T EM PL E) 1025 ,\hl/.\..ll l'"Ui;l.i- AlOn Mill Ol M'
| N E. Miami Garden. Drive Con. j .,,,,, Mr* lAWTencr Golllli
R.bbi Milton Schlin.kv SKAVI'OTHS Confirmation nml Sh.i
.erv.tive
Cantor Tibor Mo.es
33
,n
S.-l \ II .
Viskwr
s |. in
WedneMla) II
BETH TORAH NE 1S4th St at 11th
Ave Con.ervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
.chiti Cantoe Jacob Renaer. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1431 NW 1R3r Con.erv.tive. Rabbi Ch.rle. Rubel.
C.ntor Jack L.raer S6
BETH SHALOM .TEMPLE) 172S
Monroe St. Con.ervative Rabbi
Morton M.lav.ky. Cantor Irvine:
Gold
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 John.on St.
ConMrvative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Vehuei.h Heitbraun 47
ng
ErngJonEALv.,.TLCMon.^v::0e, V,ll\ SINA, (TEMPL.I of NORTH _DADE *&MkJZ3B0B~.S. ^K
... da) i .. in and W m
.i ii I m Tlekar \o .in .. m
IS?ii N E 22nd Avenue Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kmg.ley 37
Sim.-ili... .1 Kn.l \ > i> m SVrinon Ten Y. :irs
In Tin ll.'ir.lilixedj' A 1 o..k Back
i.l i in. l: S|. il.l.atN y Ahoner "f Itiilitn
i, ir*%agBirsa' in the
l:M inul. s.uuidaJpjfW^'1 n>
k
Irving Lehrman. C.ntor Zvi Adler
Prida} S ,. in and 1:1" p m 1>.
, d i.. n,., ..tu.. i ..i
Rrothi ili.....I and I* T \ S. i mn
"Th, Clial. in 'ti. World Ilellerim
\ i '..mm. 1.1..1 v on lie K' ii liillui
I'.'ll
slli:VfnTir Tuenday I 1.....",.""'
I SKY LAKE SYNAQOOUE 18151 NE
___------ llSth Av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Jon.h F
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pm.tee. 1 Caplan
St. Con.erv.tive. Rabbi
S5th
Elliot J
Winooard. Cantor Abraham Ko.te-.
48
.HOLOM (TEMPLEI. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Con.ervative. Rabbi Morrl. A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick 49
MOGAN DAVID CONOREGATION.
9393 Harding Ave Surf.ide, Town
Hall Orthodo.. R.bbi l.a.c D Vine.


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Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
M, i'' Ba) I'-
ll!.- m< til Ml
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SI-A \ FIELD, Mai I'l.-vV
, ,. Ml: Blaabera; I
SIlverman. Leon, 7". SSI CaOJna
Axe M B Riverside
BRODER. Ir.ii>- .7 IM B V\ :'7(h
It,I Gordoi i men) M t Kebo
GOLD, lua* Potnl But
|ir N Ml: Seta man
-ASHIN8KV. Prank, i Klnn
Point I'r \ \l l: Rlvei Mde
MEHNBAUM, Man US Mil
Rlveretde
WIENER. Philip 71 MO KikI.iIi Si
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,CHWHTZ. Mai ,M I Col- I
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vaT.ON, v:-..- I CM MB ItSth 81
meters. Prank. \ i. MB Rlvi ralde
MiLSTEIN. Rebecca M, 111 Collins
v.. M B Rl* el Mde
MONESSON. Klalne Byron
Ave M H Rlvi ralde
SILVERMAN. I
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bielfeld. William I. lsr.f N 1".
140 avi Rlvei side Ii lei men) Ml
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candell. mi ii-
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EMERMAN. Sai ford E -'
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KAMAf; Bird Rd
,; I n t e rn e n t MI "
MiNTZ, \ 8115 lljrdlnn
Avi M II R el
Mi'OELL, Lou Colllni \
Ml Rl*
RCSEN. Samuel E Merld an
\ M B Rivi
COHEN. Florence. 7" 104* Mli I
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EfELMAN. Esther. I
Colllna
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY,
KLORIDA IN PROBAT*
NO. 70-142S
K Cm i(e pt
Mil 1>A \ WII.VX
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To All Credlton ai All Pi raooa II .* -
km (MB Claima or Demand! Against .
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EDELMAN. Pauline, 71. ITal
At M B Blastx 11
MEENBERG. Rebecca E
81 M B Riverside
katz, Dora 71, Ki t'olllnsAvi ">'** are herebj notified and requlr-
M It Nruman ad t-, praeet .* utlmn and demand*
levinsky. Aaron 71 S&01 Jackaon
si Holly**..... Riversldi
mauRER. Lillian Pert rude, US Lenoi
A\ M It Ne-aman
ROT MM AN. Max I 7 lT4l N.l
14th ''I Rlri i
RUBIN. Solomon, 77 Washington
Ave M B Hi
WOLFSON ->,.ir..ii
V\. M i: Bl ksheri
BROWN. William M 71. ::.-.", Col-
Una Ave Mil Riven Ii
COOPER. Wllma :;:' 417" N Merid-
ian Avi mi: Rlvi
DAVIS Davi 1431 Ftamhujo Dr..
M i: lti\ i 'nl.
DEWEY, I 7MS Atlan-
ti. Was MB Rlvei
GOLDBERG. Morrit I70M NK 14th
A\ Rivet side
KRAMER. .' IM
MB Rlvi
REIFF. Paul, 73, -'...... Liberty Avi
M It lti\. Ii
RONDA. Nicholas, 7' Ml 8 H
Ave Fill I
stern. Samui pine Tree
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M II Bl ishera
HELFGOTT. Rl 77
Avi M w Riverside
Jacobs. Pearl, 'i 19th Si M It
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KESHIN. V, -uii, M
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KIMMEL, 17-J. HUM P
sytvania Ave, M B Blaaberic
LEIBOW. Quastl IS N \V l.'ili
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M B l:i\ersnle
PLATNER. Eleanor, H -L'" K
port lr M 1! Rlv<
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No 70-9ro'
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SU" FOR DIVORe
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E|VEAi:r1ViiUD'C,Al- CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA
.5t!J:/T,ON No ro-9047
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
jfMf.\7XKi>H sidlOmW^
Plaintiff,
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MART Mi'l.i IRKY
li. f- iidam
TO: MAKY SIDLORKY
l:. aldence I'nknoun
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .. Complaint for Divorce has
been "-! again*! you and ana an
nereoy i.-, i. i. i t,. >(.rv^ a cony your Afiewer to said Complaint on
Plaintiff-* Attorney* FAI'STCE FINK
* PORMAN. IJO- CongreHa Rulldfna,
Mi.im Ploriua, IMJ1, ami file the
I'rtirli ,1 .\n-,r in Hi. office of the
'i.i-k of thr Clrrnlt Court .>ii nt be-
fore Ih* :1lli .lny ..( June. I'.T" .in.T-
!- .. ynu
Dated: At Miami Florida Ibii
I Ma) l70
E H l-BATHERM AN
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By < V mi'KI.WIi
Daput) tlerk
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jii 1'i'uri, I*-!-- County. Florida
1 i. BNBKDBN
Deputy Clerk
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i'ulllltlff
is -MB COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N* 70-1714
(John R. Blaaton)
'. Heta'e of
VII 8 PACKER
ea*e NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T- All Creditor* nnd All Paranna H..\
i i- ilaian* <' lH.manu> A*..- Said
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linwwnt ny
notlflod
laini* i
h \ou ma) Imvf ia:r- 'ii .
f MARA IN B PAl'KBR d< i
.f bad* County, Florida, i"
i-unli luHc- of DwJn i'^u:-^
th" -..in.- In dupll-'u'.- ui..4 ;i-
I. I -. ii : .-. It, Florida
In i>i. ir offloaa in the "otoi
I'oarthoua* In Imd- Coajnty, Flo.
adthll -ix i-aleiidar m..inli
ih.- Sine ..f th. firM pwbUcatloi
r. '.r tfv Hinif will In- h..tr. ..i ., Ulaml. Florida, thi- "ih
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As tdntlnlatrator
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NOTltt UNUtR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M-ti.-k |H HBRBBV <:iVK.\" .ht
toe ui..i. -iir-i. .1 .|.-irma io rnxmir in
bu-ine un.l.r the flrtltkaoa name of
ARt'AJ VI'TS ui K4.1 jvfferM.n Avr-
i.u.- Mi:.mi Itni. h ml. nil to ren.i.-r i
aid name with the <*|rk ..f the i'ir-
ctlil Court -f Dade Cotrnty, Klorldu
KIBIN SMit -KI.KK
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IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'I COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PRORATE
No. 70-1205
In UK Batata of
BI.BANOR II lioTTUKB
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Petaom M >. -
ana r.-auir- I i: c nalmi ..r Demand* Anhtal Baid
nd demand* ; ki..i.

'. THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
UIVEN"" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
N AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-9S4S
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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Toy iir.- hereby notified and requir-
ed la pre*nt any claim* and .!>-
n .: .i- uhi.h >"u mat have aaain.-t
! aatal) ..f aXBANOR H OOT-
TI.IBB dex-eaaed late ..f Dade C.un-
>. Florida, t" tha County Ju.Ik^k of
l*.le Count) ..ml file Ih.' num.' in
luidi.-a'. and ..- |.r>.\ 1 I in Bectlon
1ft m. Florida stKtut.-. in their ..f-
rtca* in the County Courthouse in
H...I. County, Florida, within aix
aiendar muntaa fr.-ni th.- IttM of
h. first i-ul.li. aUon her.-of. or the
., || ae .rr.-.l
i at Miami, Florida, tkii .tti,
da) i i April a i> I'.'?..
RObH \vki\hkki;ki:
As i:x.'. ntrli
Flral publication ..f this notice on
h.- r.th .lav of Ma) ""'
M Mi ui M H FRIEDMAN
\tt..ri..\ f.-r Kx.'. -Itrlx
- H K Flral S'r.-.-t.
Miami, Florida
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ik, T^(iT,^.e,JV ""URI-ICATION
N-7t?E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
No. 70-8S93
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DDBl.t, J. I.) l.KS
Plaintiff,
PATH l\ I E8,
Di nil.int.
TO FATHI.VI RS
4 An Ii Drive
Itoi k Hill. South i !aro|
Y.u. FAY I.YUuS, :ir, herehr
notiili ii .1 :. omplaiat f..r Di-
v-.r. .- h.. he.n fii.-.i asainal v..u. and
,\..u in. required In serve a copy of
your \ii- .... ... Pleading t.. Ih. Com-
pi...' t .... the i'i,i.iiff-s altori a
\"KMA\ DKL'Ckl-m, sirs M-cuyni
l:..ui. '..ml. Mi.nni. ll..ri>l. IS1TT, and
file tlu- ariatoal \.-w..r or phMidma
in the office ..f the i 'l.rk of tha I 'It -
uit Court ..n or l..i..r. th. 24th da) |
-I June l-T'i If you fall to do -
ju.litm. nt by default will he
again*! >..u for the rellel demunded
In the i '..ni|>l:iint
This notice shi.ll bi puatlthrd nnca
each week f..r four ..neecutlve week* I
in TIIK JEWISH Kl> *RIDIAN".
DONE AND OKDERKIi :.l Miami,
thi* 19th da) of May A Ii 1?Ti.
E H I.BATHERMAN. O. rk
Cir.uil t"'*rt. Imde Countv. Florida
By: I. SNBEDEN
I>pputv Clerk
ii ,r, mi Court Real)
.A. NORMAN DRUCKER
1123 Hiacuyne Blvd.
Miami, Florida ISI 7
Attorney fur Plaintiff
I '.':-:> i :.-i*
lEGAl NOTKI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83153
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE I :.-;.,.
ItllnHA U LBVCHTAn
1.....S.-.I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTR'E i- hereh) jlven that I
have filed mj Final Report and Pe-
tition for I ileti ii ii i Final I >!-
charaa a* AdoninlwtraAor. c *f \
DUN of ih. eatate of l:ili M i \ i:
I.BI'CllTAH, .I.-. .,-.,I .,-,.| thai .,
th.- Mh day at .lu-.e. I9T4L win apply
t.. th. Honorable Count) .lu-lu. ol
Dade County, Florida, f"r approval
:...! Fuii.l Reaorl and for .lisirilu-
'"II ami final macharai ;i* tl \ !-
niinlatrator. C.T.A., D.R.N of the
eatate of th above-named .le ,|.
This .sth da) "f April, '.'T"
s BIDNE1 \ I \\.
M"i i:i:s KAIM.A.V PORTER
I.BVINlHiN KB.M.V
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Attorn*)
11 in S W FirM Street
Minn.. Florida
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UCAl NOTKI
IN THE COUNTYY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PRO-
BATE
No 84389
ITIUMMNB COIfl M v PII >NO
I tTHJBRINB MAtlPK >Ntl
NOTICE TO CRBDITORj)
To v.! i 'red ami All !'
lalm* "'" i n ndi \,'

Vuu ..i. '.- | notified i n
i lalma and de-
-i- wh.h \..u may have ..^
CATHEII INK C< K
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t.< the Count)
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1034 CLARK
In RE: Refute of
Kl K \ EI.VUVE
1. eaH.'.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Persons Hav- I
inic Claim* or Is-maitil* A-ain*t Said i
Extate:
Vou are hereby notified and requlr- J
tel to present any claim* ami demand* i
which you may have ajcaln*' the **-
li......r F.l.k \ f.IA'i.vk deceaaed late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Couo-
I) .lu.l*es of Dude County, and file the j
mum in dupJIcaU and ..- fawldad
in Section lls.lt i-'i. nila Statute*,
In their offlcaji in the Cotmty t'ourt-
houae in Dad* County. Florida, with-
in -ix calendar moiithi from the lima
of the firsi publication hereof, .-r the
S..IH.- u iii he barred
Dated at Miami Ploiada, th,- l Ith
day of May. A I> it:.'
JOSEPH TKVY V ELVOVE
FAJ'IA ROSE t>Bt*KBLBAl'M
A- K\.. Ul,.r.
Fir-t publlcatioti of this noi
n jnrt .1:. v of May, I70.
M W1KI I ll:FI.
At lorne) for B*tate
101 I:,.-i l Laxler sir..
Miami Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the ndorrigned. daairlnK to eturace li
bueinaa* under the fiotitiou- n.m. .f I
LATINAMERICAN FJvl'l-n:ATI. ..v .>F
COMMERCIAL, PRfJPRRTY OWN-
BRB INC. at l Cotigres, BtdB..
Miami, Florida intonda to roclater aald
rtm- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dada fount*. Florida
LATTNAMBRJCAN fcTJiHILATI. >N
OF CoMMlJtCIAI.
PROPERTY OWNKR.H in.
By: VtlUNDAl' PEREZ.
Batrutmry
______________________S/22-29 T.-12
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVUNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 70-S372
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
IHF.TER H. TIPPE
PI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1510Clark
In RE Estate ,.f
l/n is vVBINBlt
In ..-. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* .".'I All Perapn* Hav-
inc claim- .,r Demandi Agalnat *--> i
i ;- i
^'|U are her. la notified and re-
'iuire.1 t.. pre..... an) claim* ami de-
mand- which v.-u ma) lav. aaainat
the e-i.n. .. uiris WEINBB de
.. i-.l Utte of Dadt County, Florid...
o. ii.. Coui "> Jude;e* of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
Aided In Election '. '' laj l-i..nd:i
Statute*, in their office* in the Cotin-
I) Courthou*< ir Dade County, Flo-
rida, within i.la c lendar month* from
il. t it:- .-f Me fir-i pul'lication
hereof, . Dated al Miami, Florida, ilia ISth
'lav of Mi.v \ l> 1970
Rl rv i: weij: ER.
Bxei utrx ihi i: iat. of
l.i his w KlNKl:. Dei .1
First publicathi 'ii- notice on
i day ol May I "
M Al.l.Ai-l-: V MAER
Attorne) for Executrix
4"". c.i- .' Buildins
Mlam Fla I o
r. 15-22-29 > "
it-.
iiiiin.- \ ,. .. Dadi Count) l fll
- u mime in duplh ate ai .- pro* Idi I
..h. I d file 73J.lt Florid Statutt
in th.- Count. i "urt -
on ltd Ju hull* Dude tY-unt) Florida, with-
i a .liii-'i 1 In all ih* fr.-an the time
e.i aaa M vii for thi I ..f the first publication hereof, or the
Complain! >r Petition, name urill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this SI day
..f Mai a l 1*70
s IIOMBR D M MiPi.'.N.;
As Administrator
Fir*t publication ..f tins notice
the rth d.y <>i May, 1*70
c.vi l BEATTT
Attorne) for Admlniatrator
li-... Seybuld Btdfl Miami F!a
.. t
_ '..1 I! tl
''. iTNKas my h
Court I
ai d aeaj nl
.lay of May.
B, S :. _K1 HKILMA.S. Clerk
a ui -. l adi i "oui
l.> v M;.;ri:itlTK KBNT
t enuiy Clot*
. IS t -lt-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70.1429
In KB Relate ..f
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Fln.1 publication .-.' ihi* notice on
.'.:..| day of M.i'.. .;'
\\ Al I.A'"K V MAER
I Attorne) for Mate of
Doc'd
MARIB I HAOAN TTPPE
Defendant
Ti MARIE OH AH \N TIPPE
t_ Abbott Avenue
ocean Grove, New .let--. .
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai un action for Divorce has i.e. i.
fluid .ucainst you and .-. u are r.-nuir-
e.i t- iurve a copy of \"ur artitten
lef< v. to it on TALIAN -
FP4 WAl.I.Eil attorney* for plain-
v --.' addreat li t.i' Lincoln
K. .. l .tin Beach, Florid., and file
the original with the clerk ..f the
ah -ivied court on or h. f. r.- ?
lui -. lH7u. nih.ruIm a Judarnwnl
iv. .-. h en'.-re,1 airainst you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition
Tins uotlci shall be publiahed
* .-.-k for four ccmaecutive weeki
m THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNBSS n.i h.:.d seal
of -. d rourl at Miami Florida on
:h s-h da) of Mai. i :
i; B i.i: Kt HBRM VN
\s ;..--. i 'in uli Ci ui
Dade i ..u'.'v Florida
B) -i:i:i >EN
.\- i leput) Clerk
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TALI VNOPF t -\ a: i.r.i;
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-8607
NOTICE OF ACTION
FELIX I. Al.VAU.F.S
Plaintiff,
V S
AMADA A I. V A I. IKS.
I ef. lldant
To: AMADA AI.VAI.I.KS
M Aldu- street. Apartment,
I v r.'-. N'#.A York
TOl" ARE NOTIFIED that ait ac-
tion for divorce ha- been filed aaair.st
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenaea. If any,
to it on K PACL I'.KATTY. IMalntiff f
attorney, v*h"s. addre** is int'3 Sey-
h.d.l ItuilditiE. Miami. Florida. .C132.
.....r l.efore June IT 1970, and file
the onKu.a) w ith the clerk of thr
court either before aervic* oyi Plain-
tiffs attorney or Imtnedlatefe there-
after, otherwise u default will he en-
tered against y>u for the relief de-
manded in th.- Complaint.
WITNESS m> hand and the teal
of thi- Court on Ma) IS, 1970.
K il I KAT1IKKM \\
as Clerk tht i urt
By C P IPBLAND
. 1 leotitv Clerk
5 I5-22-2J i S
I IIILKA \ Wild "\ i
on j 4nr. Biacayne Huil-i ^
Miami
Ph. in
S7-2*TI
J
S THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
I.IVEN'-i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No 70-9944
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IU)H
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Ws
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latit.
ll' i >KOB I* I SANA l.i IH
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ii' Of ChlUU ThaiU I are |
Io file youi
ilnl foi dlvon Ith tfe
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HBRM tN
' i plaint "
i. i. Miami Fl rtd i
r before June :. IfTA, ot
w I Im taken as ,.f'.--e.l
VTBD M
H H LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
B) i p .'. n El-V.SK
I >eput) CW rk
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NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HHRBRY UIVEN that
the underala-ned deatrlnj to ensaS'
in buidneea under ine fiotltloua name
of P K I IMFORTH at till North
Mlaa \ .. i u. m .mi Florida
'.. register aald i.am. with the Clerk
. In uit ourt K idi Count).
Plor da
I-!.. >RAL DESIGNS INC .I b a
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B. h. Florida l5-I-29
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PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
CoiuUfe heriuf and f BBBJal
orraaeemenli fur f *f ail
fypet, iacl*dia aeaa-tfa aanrku
toBUtilul Ccarrterv ruundt
Crtavatiea Service*
Mederate ftkn
MIMOKIAL PARK
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBIUuin fHVBN that
the umlersign. leetring to encase
in hu.siii.-s under the ri.titiou-
natne of UNCOLN HALL ART
CENTER at ''4; l.iiaii Itourt. Miami
Bunch, Florida M139 Intendta) t;'
r.-gisirr wild name with th- CI. rK
[of th. Circuit Court of Dude County.
1 ART-WORLD DWTRIBITORS, KC
I By JOSEPH FISH BI -' 'N Pn
RICHARD lUMMW
iAtt.Ti..'.i.i for Art World Dlatrtbu-
in,-
in Road
IMlaml Bench, Florida ... ..
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7387
t WiST [lAf;[l
NOTICE UNOtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H MM BUY C.IVHN that
[I the undermuned delrln to etig...
i,ii-'i.-- undet the ti. titious nume di
i.i.X S' ?ITH al laO '"ih si R i)
Hai bor Inland I'la Intend to r. n.
lee aM nauae who th.- Clerk ..f tr,.-
Circuit Court ol iM'le Cunt). Hor-
Ownei i VCOR RBCHT8-
.11 Mil II n.il lll'.l BN II
H : -. ii M'Cin:. his wife
NEIJtoN FBI DMAN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No 70-1863
GEORGE T. CLARK
!. RE Bntalt
KENNETH v\ BERK BY
1>, ,.....!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T \. i Y, Utor* and .\n !' i
lug i lam,.- ..r Demand* Auainat Paid
K-iale
You an- h. by lifted and r. iu -
el to pr. -em an) !,:1' mda
wh.ih vou may h>. againal the
iat.. "i KENNETH W BSRKE.
,. ., || .-. i Dude Count) I
to ti..- Count) fudge* al Dud.
Countv. and file Ih. *am< In dui
i ..- providi Section !'<
Fl irida Statute*, In th.-.r offl
the Count) Courthi U*e in Ka.l.- Coun-
ty Fi.Hi.i.i thin -iv calendar month*
from the Una* of th.- flrat publication
,>r the -am.- win he burred
Dated at Miami. Florida, U
day of May. A P I'-'""
FVE'A N I. liKUKF-Y
A K\. umv
Flral publh ntion ihl* notlci
th- ;:nii da> of May '''-
MYBRfl KAP1 xn PoKTKK.
LBVINW 'N A KBNIN
attorney* foi I utrta
liu s\v Iat Street, Miami, Flu
NOTICE UNDER
c CTITIOUS NAME LAW
; IS HEREBY ttlVBN
U i" '.
hu under the fi.'tttioui.
El HOl'Si: Si IU)
ii '-:..' Fla ..... -i to
r.-^- ..!'," It'll thi I "" K of
LVttfl : I '.ol- a.
Fl rid .
JAO 'P- RB4-HTSTII VFFKR
HELEN ti RECHT8CHAFI
h's
NE1 SON A ki:i.:.\i \n
I .rney-. for Appttr i-.t
I' Kane Cot ourae
Fla 1154
t,Si I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 70-8684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Jl IKBPHINE VIXCENT,
l".,..iitiff.
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Ti >!' AUK HERI Bed it
a i 'omyla nl for I ilvon ha* I
filed agalnat you here-
by required I cerve a our
..... i- :1 i on*
n thi i v
LESTER ROUE i I- -.-s
.1 N \\ ." tvenui Miami.
Flon nd file the orig I
. i,. ihi il
. '..ur* h of
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: VTBD '' d ::'T0.
1 I! I.EATHERM VN
CI. i i"
V. VP.U1 BRI' E KEN T
Deputy tlerk
.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M iTK i: IS HEREBY HIVE >i I
the u I miring
i u ur.hr the fl lioua
KM t .- c-- S MIRROR ,\-
1--1-; : affop .' '-' ''* -'
leali li a :
with fl i' -.. the Circu Court
ol '
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
?JrWs/ rkridtor
solicit* youi legal notic*v
W appreciate youi
patronage and guaiantuo
accurate nervice at legal
ratea .
Dial 373- i#5
tor mesBergtw ourrlc*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB BUfREBY iil\%N thai
i u' r-ncred dealrlng Io atigagO
i u de- th.- f:. tou* '
ILTZ A- CS 'MPAN 1 .. 887 S W
87 Avenue, Miami Fli rida intend to
ler sn.i :.. .. :w th.- i lerk
i th- Circuit Cour; i f Dude County,
- .
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PETER 1- H- >RNIK
I' JACK OOLKSTRICH
io >RBRT I SAN
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\ ui.-. ard
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with
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; -.- 12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IM HERBflV UIVEN thai
the undenslg '" enaaare
in h*ie.e>,. under th.....iMttaan
,,! ll \ltci >R ma\' ': '
Hi."" li ''* "
tend!a) In r. gl*t. -- d name m
Clerk of the Clivult Court 0) ''
Count i i oaida
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Miami, F.a 3jli4
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N..i '. Is : 1:N '
the und C..S-" In
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NOTICE LSOER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
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TECHNICAL AND PROFKSMIONAL
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