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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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June 12, 1970

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 12, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY mi THE JfW/SH WEEKLY
plume 43 Number 24
Miami. Florida Friday, Juno 12, 1970
Two Sections Price 2Zz
Israelis Willing To Go
To Cairo To Talk Peace
RUSALEM Pre-
Golda Meir. in a rei
for l.gypt's participation
mi negotiations, haa an-
d i Israeli government
r M an pre] are I to
Cairo i" talk i- 10 In an
published Friday In
-. Arili- i! | Al
in the third aim
- X-Daj War Mi- M ir
! she was "oonvlnced thai
a .i o une," I
'. -.-. and our neigh tors need
Ing to Presid 'nl I; im-
\ isaer, lira. Ifetr ttk '.:
he want thi' presenl tltua-
nr ir ho willing to make
, T" If M willing, "he
Then let him sit down with
- ,nl talk." Referring to to-
. willingness to go to Cairo.
Meir said: "Wc do not In-
- on prestige." Di. - (Hienee of the Middle E ist
: .cl in terms of loss of lives
the Israelis and Arabs,
Meir declared:
\\> are not unnamed to ad-
ult." he Hld "that the Mr
.rings us heavy Mlfferlnif. We
re not i-hamed to admit that
wr> death on thtat battle-Held
its wounds Into our heart*.
rhi> same apt'Ue* to the Arab
milionx, i-M-n it their leaders (|o
Dot (rani to admit it." This m
an apparent reference to the
Egyptian contention that it
(.in afford to lose Mvtral wara
on th- rood to victory, while
Israel cannot afford to lose .i
alngtr one, "I refuse to boHove,"
Mrs. Melr i"i.timi'ii. "thai Jew-
ish mothers low- thi'ir sons mare
than Arab mothers. \n motin -
in the nrorU wnnt their eaJWren
to Nvc and mt to (r-t klOad In
the :ii."
In at ither devel 'pment, Mrs.
Meir refected the suggestion
Thursday n:-;ht at II
Minister Of
finance Calls
Conference
J. wish leaders in the United
States Canada and other free
in tries have been Invited to
rticipate in an international
nference In Israil Auk- 13-23.
The conference, convened by
inec Minister Plnchu Saplr,
Hill be another effort in the
ittle to meet the country's
:.u>rdinary economic needs.,
occasion a/Hi be 'be 20th
veraary of the historic Jeru-
. m Conferencs of Stptember,
fiO, which was convened by
Prime Mlntater David
Gurion. The first gathering
Id J. wish "! n in Isra 1
the < stabllshrnent of the
ili. Jerusalem Coi fern i
t to < rtaider thi needs ol
. and kniti ited the flota-
i of [arael Bondi In thi
t.ii Stati s
yi art conference will de-
ite i n ways >.t hi tping to-
maii A'
u. ngttl in a time : i
. danger. The dek gati
a | an "I action for mol II-
t additional Inveatmi nt cai i-
through the Israel Bond
. wh.i ,i s.ipi.h I funds for
development needs.
During the conference, dele-
will confer with President
:i Shazar, Prime Mir.ist. t
Mi ir. former Prune Mm-
: David Ben-Gurion, Deputy
'i.:n Minister Yigal Allon. PI-
u i. Minlati r Saplr, Port ton
rter Ah'a Kban. Defense
i Moabe Dayan and other
ii is oi the Israel Cabinet
Will also meet with JCTU-
Continuod on Pago t-A
I-alior Party bureau meeting to
outlaw the pro-Soviet Rakah
P irtj .mil the ultra-leftist antl-
Z -t Mat /p. n group. Israeli
Soc ilist organizationi. The Pre-
ierved that even during
th days of the Mandate, the
iwed Commui sts con! inu-
ed thi .i b [itatl >n But Mrs.
Men- was furious at the invita-
tion extended by the Matzpen
. 'o Daniel Cohn-Bendit,
: .' Danny the Red "
The Pn mier -aid it was not
likely he could offer anything
but expressions of "hatred of
Jews and Israel."
Israeli Jets Pound
Egypt's Positions
TEL AVIV UTAi larael
Air Force jets bleated Egyptian
poaitJons in the Suez Canal zone
for sL\ hours Sunday afternoon
in the isth coneecutive day of
strikes along the length of the
waterway. The planet were in
action over the canal for a total
of 27 hours Friday and Satur-
day. Guerrilla bases on the
southwestern slopes of Mt. Her-
mun in Lebanon were ate* at-
tacked by Israeli jets. Fach of
the attacks lasted about 15 min-
utes.
Some results of Israel's re-
lentless bombardment of Egyp-
tian targets in the Suez Canal
area were shown to newsmi n
Sunday in photographs released
by the Army. They showed a
150-meter stretch of road toad-
tog to Port Said which was de-
stroyed and the area surround-
ing it devaated by bomb craters.
Hi-tense Mlnisher Mushe IKi.n.iii
and lien. David Klaxar, chief of
the operational section at gen-
eral headquarter*, visited the
Israeli lines alone the Suez Ca-
nal, and the sites of the two
ambushes earned out by Kkm'-
tian iiiim.iinliis last wwk in
whieh IS Israeli soldiers lost
their lives. Hoth men wen- wear-
ing j.wkets to protect them
in in s irapnel.
a: tlllery duels contii
with Israeli guns shelling Egyp-
tian positions near Kantara In
the northi i :i end ol the zone,
and Port Ibrahim at the touth-
11 n end; tbui Israeli sol Ueii
were wounded by Egyptian fin
on tin s.i. / canal front. Syrian
ai tlllery shell, d an Israeli foi
in the Golan Heights. No cas-
ualties > re reported.
Two Arab saboteurs were
IdUed to a running battle with
Israeli forces after damaging
an electric power line carrying
current to F.ilat. Power was cut
off for only t>w minutes, how-
ever. An Israeli officer was kill-
ed Friday and three soldiers,
four border policemen and two
foreign journalists sustained in-
juries in a clash between an Is-
raeli patrol and a group of Arab
saboteurs near Kfar Kuppin. it
was reported. Tne newsmen,
hOWl vei. were not identified.
i.ii.rr.ll..s crossed the cease-
fire line to fire bazookas at \.i
tod Geahar and Kiryat Shemona
in Upper tialilee. and Beisan
township were both targets of
Katyusha rocket fire again, hut
no damage or casualties were
reported.
Grenades accounted for the
deaCha of several persons and
injuries to a number of others
this week. Two told*rs and 10 jj
Arabs were hurt when a grenade
exploded in the Jcbaliyah refu-
gee camp; two Ga/a youths were
killed when explosives they were
handling blew up in their hands
at the Shatti refugee camp. A
gri nade injured a merchant and
two children Friday when it was
thrown into a group of mer-
chants who were opening their
shops in defiance of a terrorist
order to close in protest against
Israeli occupation of Gaza. The
terrorists also tossed grenades
at a police car patrolling the
DJebalto refugee quarter. The
vehicle was damaged, but the
policemen were uninjured.
Rogers Says I .S. Will Sell Israel
About Half The Jets Requested
WASHINGTON fJTA Si Tetarj of State William P
rs has i licated thi I Israel would get some ol the
i ntom and Skyhawk lets it hai M R i ers, ap-
pearing on the ens | ,.- m "Meet The Press'
I b decision on th. sale I more let fighters I i torai I would
!> ami lunced very so i few weeks."
Asked if a dec-, in h readj been made and was '>-intr
: ntil the manner nd timing ol the announcement
was decided, Mr Rogers replied, "I wouldn't wart to saj that
th N'ewswi ported that Mr Rogers will
nnoun h :.. that Israel is t< get about IS Phantom? an
50 Skyhawks, replacements lircn fl lost
in c iver the Suez C r* Newsweek reported "Foi
weeks, the U.S. State : tmen tried to sell Israel or.
this replacement deal in private. Israel, however,
ears to have won :n its Insistence on a public commitment."
Israel has asked the United States to sell it 25 more Phantoms
and about ICO Skyhawks.
In his television remarks, Mr. Rogers indicated that th>-
I'nitcd States was following a policy of reassuring Israel
while trying not to alienate the Arab world in the matter of
the j"! sides. 'What wc want to do is make it clear to Israel
that our policy has not chanced.'' he said. "It's in our best in-
teresl to !" sure that Israel survives as a nation. That's been
our policy and it will continue to be our policy. So we have to
take whatever action we think is necessary to give the assur-
ances that they need that their independence and sovi reignty
is going to be continued." Mr. Rogers told the newsmen
"At the same time." he said, "we want to do it in a balanc-
ed way so that we don't si^nid to the Arabs that we are so
behind Israel that we'll support then, no matter what they do.
Thi reason for that is that we want to keep the door open
for negotiations We're going to do everything we can in the
next few weeks to try to get negotiations started." the Secre-
tary of State said. A State Department spokesman said last
Friday that its reappraisal of the Middle Fast balance of
power has been virtually completed. The reappraisal was
ordered by President Nixon in April when the presence of
Soviet pilots and SAM-3 anti-aircraft missiles in Egypt was
confirmed.
U.S. Aid Increase Will
Mean More Arab Aid
Rabbi Israel Miller, noted rabbi
and Zionist leader, who was
elected as the first president of
the newly formed American
Zionist Federation, is Assistant
to the President of Yeshiva Uni-
versity in New Lork. He will
guide the 700,000-member Fed-
ration, the organization which
speaks and acts on behalf o!
the unified Zionist movement in
the U.S.. for the next two years.
LONDON (JTAi The Soviet
Union hinted strongly that the
delivery of additional American
aircraft to Israel would lead to
increased Russian aid to the
Arabs. The warning was con-
tained in an article by Tass,
the official Soviet news agency.
which accused the US. ol us ng
the resumed American-Soviet
bilateral talks on the Mi
.. ., m arts to "blackmail' M *
c iw to remove Its r rces '
Egypt, Th- 'lass article, sii
bj x\ geny n Imaki lid "S -
people in / i :-^' '
use these conl
o can '
< del \ a p ilitical set-
tlement Ol the Middle East
conflict." It aci used the An* ri-
cm pn ss ol itening th
mediate sale of 125 Phantom
Skyhawk fighti bombers to Is-
rael ii the USSR does not
conci ssions to th American a de
w. the talks. The bilateral d --
cussi ins we e n sumed aft< r
ix-week hiatus when Seeretarj
Will am P Rogi rs met
with S viet Am '>-.-.. lor Ar ii
K Dobrynin.
'Don't those who try to black-
mail the Soviet Union under-
stand thai th s method hi
never worked"" the Tii article
as ted As to the threat to n o-
\ larael with additional
i s, th.- Unlti d st ites not
the only St ite on which the
ce of military forces In
the Mi kUi East depei .is" Tass
warned. The article said the S -
viet Union "has given suin>' '
..nd will continue giving supp".'
to the just struggle of Ara
countries for the liquidation
the aftermath of the Middle East
aggn saion it noted that
is becoming more evident tii '
th. Israeli Air PoTce cannot -
trudc freely into the In ..rid are is
o! the United Arab Republi
The article made no mi ntion
Israel's claims thai Soviet pil '-
it' n over the defensi
cent : ypl but it accus -1
. ild i Meir ol -:>n
Ol ''!'
. U.S aid
Israel Seeks Finn U.S,
Decision To Prevent
Further Soviet Steps
JERUSALEM (JTA) \
I -i Ministry spokesman sa i
: c Israel wants thi Unit I
si itt "t state Its vt ry t.
m to prevent any further
stern In th- Soa el Involvement
i gypl In a briefing for nei -
:ii> n however, he e\ id qu< i-
ns as to the kind of declar I
in or warning Israi'. wo. I
like to elicit from the Unit I
States "This ^ being discus
at high level." he said. The Minis-
1-\ .>.!<. ite I that I--
not w-mt a 'phys
American involvement" in
Mideast. "The rmist importai I
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ii|\\'\ Slate Convention Opening At Amerieana
Openirg ceremonies of the an-
lua i cOaW lit ion of the Di'iMrtmcnt
KlorV.i. Jewish War Veterans
The only black officer to attain
iIns rank in the Air Force. On.
lames, a native of Pensacola who
Sinduiil.ii from TuskeRee Insti-
luie. fl.w KM cmihat missions
during the Korean War. and w 11
involved in 7s combat lortic* ai
llCB (i.innianiler of the 8th Tac-
tical KiKhiei Wing in the Vietnam
i.nfliei. ftying from basis in Thai-
land.
Danztel /. Henkln, who wu ap-
pointed to Uw iHist of Assistant
Secretary of DeftMM for Public
vflans l.v President Nixon last
ear. will speak to the JWV and
JWVA memben at 10 a.m. Sun-
day. Mr. Menken received the
s. cretan of Defense'* Meritorious
Civilian Service Medal last year
for his outstanding service.
Mi~ Zelda ('.lass. Department
it Florida president of the Ladies
Auxiliary, will be honored at a
bruncii In the hoti I Saturday. The
winners of the Woman of the Year
and Bertha Laal) awards will be
presented with their trophies ami
the winner of the nurse's scholar
ship will l>c presented with her
award on this occasion.
Sabbath services will l>e con* I
ducted by Rabbi Eugene Laboviti
of Temple NVr Tarn id at S pin
Friday, assisted by national JWV
ranter Emamiel Mandel. A si>-
ial Israel film will follow this
ii vice.
Bernard Direnfeld "f Cleveland,
Ohio, national commander of tii.
JWV. has declared thai the letter
eigned by 73 Senators last week
urging the sal. of additional Jets
to Israel is a ir.in Indication that
the American people have given
the Administration a mandate to
act on Israel's request. II.- cited
the reasMasM passM ren-nttr ?>>*
the American Lt-ftiun as additional
\i.i. nee of the wLsh of the Amer-
ican people to but ties j, Israel as a
lilie of defense against Sin jet im-
aeiialism. "By Sept. 1. the Rus-
-ians will have 4X0 missiles ir.
place, and 15,000 military person- '
nel In the area."' Crndr. Direnfeld
.>int.il out. "By the end of I.h
year, that figure could !* 2x000."
A resolution was passed at a re-
-in meeting ..1 the Florida De-
in Orlando, of which Mr. Selevan
partment Commanders Conference
is chairman, caJJing ui>oii the is.
CofiRress to preserve Israel's in-
dependence and support Israel by
'akinu immediate action on its re-
|ueat for more planes, it was re-
!Mrttl. The Conference is com-
pOSed of representatives of all V. t-
rans' organizations in the state.
Delegations from Murray Solo-
mon Post No. 243 and its Auxil-
iary are b. in led by Commander
Stuart Botwiaack ainl Mrs. Ira
Klit 1. Th.se delegations have an-
nounctd their support for M. Jay
Berliner for the post of second
kink r vice commander ol the De-
partaWM, and Mis Bwlyn Ferdie
s Department of Florida chaplain.
The oldest veterans' or^ani/a-
tkffl U1 the t'nif. 1! States, the
Jewish War Veterans of the L'nit-
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Friday. June 12,
1973
Jewish Floridian
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Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
Kim 12. 1970
Number 24
8 SIVAN

Posture Needs To Be Strengthened
TaM fc e propaganda from the M.j
lost MOTH IB bear out the American anti-war posters that
Wcr is unhealthy for children and other living things. '
Aimcst each day. tor the past several weeks, the Israelis
end their Arab foes have made a point of the children
jcdlec on both sides of the now-ignored cease-fire line.
It really doesn't matter whether these reports are true
cr exaggerated, the feet remains that the children on both
;:des live or die in an atmosphere of terror while their
elders remain sensitive only to the issues of frontiers and.
ieemmgly the lives of neither the young nor old people are
.mportant considerations. If there is inflexibility in Cairo
end Damascus, there also would seem to be ngidity in
Jerusalem and that, oovious'.y. is not the way toward
peace.
Young people in Israel, it is reported by authoritative
Amerxan correspondents and in such newspapers as the
London Jewish Chxoncle, feel a more serious effort must be
made to meet Arab grievances, that it is not enough to
state a willingness to negotiate without condition, and
that a positive program for Palestinian Arabs must be
placed before the world. The posture of Israel needs
i-.rongthening. not by matching Arab propaganda about
the death of childrensad as that isbut by the moral
cehavior to which the Jew has been witness for these many
thousands of years.
CO s Supported By Rabbinical Court
Jewish youth who claim conscienuous-objector status
have been strengthened by a recent declaration of Rab-
binical Court of Justice of the Associated Synagogues of
Massachusetts. Following an 18 months study, including a
iemmar on Jewish Religious Law at MIT. the Court declared
that Jewish teachings and law supported such a stand if
to engage in war s murder, according to the conscience
cf the objector.
Draft boards, particularly those with Jewish members,
have many times in the past denied CO. status to Jews
cecause. it was held, pacifism wes not a Jewish tenet. The
declaration by the Massachusetts synagogues is thus an
mportant one, for :t is certain to be used in support of
draft exempt-on claims.
There's Only One David Ben-Gurion
3en-Gurion's decis.on to resign from the Knesset is not
entirely unexpected since he ha= not at:ended sessions for
some time, but it had been hoped that he would give the
in speech at the special session en June 15 to mark the
''.,: Israel centenary. However, his opposition to the
::ent's policy may bar* led to h:3 dec.sion not to
say anything to t::.s time of cns;s in Israel.
The resign ; cr.othe- I o!
...
tot have boen the State o: Israel. All
he has been replaced. :
le. for p
Sen-Gu.-.on a:e '..id.
Religious Bigots Bring Home A Lesson
In South Africa, where official qovernment polk
apartheid makes the blacks untouchables, an important
segment of the Dutch Reformed Church has labelled the
Jews "heathens." The majority has denied a minority claim
that Jews and Christians worship the same God and have
turned a deaf ear to reminders that Jesus, after all. was
Jewish. The lesson for those who forget that the fight for
civil liberties must be for all people is brought home force-
fully again by religious bigots.
I arr. intrrud
way in which it is announced
that at leas' '* ".ir FV.>rxia
candidates I lies
Senator exr>eet to s;*nd at >ra.t
v Dry
campaign I n \> i
me "
t fa
I that arm
in other da;-
up *'
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will be spent
r "
on
One ....
th" depression -
for the san Senate. A we ill
industrialist, h- a
u at in th> *
'. h 11 enough 4 n m mey
icfaine
- in candidate Man) '. u
Demo--
bout in that primary ar:
it difficult to resist (be fist
fu:; of money that mere to
on us. di'lpiti 'i- protest! tti
there was nothing
iraeter Le
; at it. I realize thit
tat:-.- '^. : d An I
enough ;i'.a.--s t hide all
, money thf> I > ng from
him and for ttvir >*n praise
tn were spreading it around,
even to Druwcia''
toe good of days, campaizr.
money bought people, not time.
Pn I watchers piid b> the f>*rt
v -* n> r w ho had Ja- '
and culd produce them
boa d> Floaters. the men
who ted for people wto
thorns
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scratch" it was always forth-
new
h"n those extra <1
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t.'.rough th-
5i ng t the
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Thr report that i f M
been retained to raise the SI
reme Court JttS*
.r-^ct Harold Car^well's
tom campaign i'.o ha-
- m.- intriguing aspects Th-
C">rr.pany :> known (or
. ser% ;<*es available onl> I >
bUeam
re;- I r>>t h.
v .', im Cram
account, though h- asked first
Horn rr.y .-r>er
ind hi raeerd i of cun-
tn Uttta to the nht :

Barry Goldwater. so -,
that p-^ee Carsweil
srvat:ve spectrum? >'
.- getting to -
ing as we l.aerals a
fie. consider V.
A^new's cor^me',
imi Herald "lea!
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eat ("jrs.<-
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j a havei
of these conser.
t .-.ties.
Knowing full wf" til
rn ad%ice the eand..!.<-
from Florid -
. of M to a Avenue !
Egesl that with .
here the wtaaVng '
m* be the one wtv- *>
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rather than on eomipt I
tures I just can't help rg
to th old values that mad
countr> great
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON With
of hilp from friends and follow-
ers. Prof Noam Chomsky now
appears to hr.
sachusetts Instil
y around So million I
It KIIM hih pr;ce I
a linguistic '
brill;
Th.' story ii worth n
briefly, as a sort A I

of the New Left
polii Just about
ir brief, Pr>f i ". msky ar.d his
Kew Lefl d ies wnong the 'u-
. t> beg in i -
lent assavilt u|*>n all it t
".5 IT
The chief tar the r>nr>-
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[i trumentatien I^bora-
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Friday. June 12. 1970
+Je*isr) fir ridlingi
Fage 5-A
Saul M.Zabel. left, the regional director for the American
Ccmmittee for Shaare Zedek Hosp.tal. presented Rabbi Max-
well Berger. spir.tual lecder of Temple Zamcra, Coral
Gables, who also serves on the Southeast Region Com-
mittee for the Shaare Zedelc Hospital in Jerusalem, with a
specially struck medal in appreciation of his many services
to the hospital recently. Rabbi Harry Jolt of Miami Beach,
who shares Rabbi Berger's interest m Shaare Zedek. was
present lor the presentation ceremony.
Forest Named In
Honor Of Editor
HKIKOIT iJT.U- Th;- Jewish
N Kti-ia wffT pfflvt "ai rWt.-:
in Israel in honor of Philip Skr-
\it/ f,ir t and publisher of the
Jewish News it Detroit, and h.s
wife, Anna, rormal estab'ishment
f the proieel will tike p'ace at b
testimonial dinner h-jno: if, M
and Mrs. SlomovitZ hero .Inn.' 17.
Mr. I M-s l--* >
been active on behalf of Israel for
many year*. He is currently a vice
president of tlie Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and holds the Is-
rael Achievement Award proton t-
ed for distinguished service to Is-
rael and the Jewish people.
Mr. Slomovitz'q career in jour-
nalism goes t irk more than 50
years. He edited his college news-
paer at the University of Michi-
gan and later joined the editorial
Staff of the Detroit News He en-
tered the English-Jewish publica-
tion field in 1925.
Mr. SlomovitZ \vs founder and
first president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Detroit
vhich will mark its golden jubilee
at the Slomovitz testimonial
dinner
B'nai Raphael To Confirm 70 Class
I'ongrcRation B'nai Raphael will
confirm its Class c.f 1970 during
.X:15 pin. Friday Barvices at
temple conducted by RaM 1
tries Kubcl and Cantor Jack
inner with the assistance of the
nfirmands. The class Includes
Cindy, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs
1 -. ph Baas; Alyn. son of Mr. and
'An Harold Kay; Ri sa. daughter
1 I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kay. and
', ilene. daughter of Mr. ami Mrs
Bert L. vy.
Installed by State Attorney Rich-
ard Gerstein, during the Fi iday
'.ruing services June 19.
Among the officers who will bo
taking up their duties for the com-
ing .war are Emmanuel Rosenberg,
who will be serving as the con-
gregation's president, and Rudolf
Mann, who was elected executive
vice president A stockbroker, Mr.
Rosenberg is connected with the
Bache Co, office on Lincoln Rd
The officers and board members F"!lowinP the Installation cere-
rcted by the c ngregation at its monies, Mr. Gerstein will deliver
i nual nutting last month will be an address to the cnngretratien.
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Friday. June 12 ]Q7q
manu-El Holds Its
Dedication Service-
The annual d.-ctr.t>or. wrvtrr
1 i tiV inconun^ officers and di-
'jf of th> Sastri Qotrt. Brotr> i-
hood and tin P-irrm-Tcactatrs As-
t-'M .a'lon of Ti-mrilt Umanu-K!
ftH h<-d *t it* rioting Fruray tie-
ring srvic. Harry Pcarlman. Jh
Mdfrltl of thr coni;r'i:''Kji. has
knnuwr> <} In Ii\ir._- i> hi man.
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Father's Day Party
At Douglas Gardens
TV Junior Auxiliary of thr
J.i*h Horn.- for the Aped Dovg-
'i> Card" n* will hold its annual
Father's Day |arty at 2 p.m. on
S'inda> Jur.- 21. in the Honv's
Ruby Audit irrum. 151 NK 52nd
S with Mrs Oorr> Lsrac-1 Mf*<
I 1 a< chairman of thr aaa)
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old Max Hi nd-Kon a PaaMM of
tru- Hattm'. to U honor") as th<
F ittv r of thr Yrar Oift will l>
BaUBaittJ li> rrv-mbrrt if th.
\'ixiliary. and r fn-vhrrvnta will
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Th.- afi. raooi :.' rtainment.
which ha> lm nrransrul by Mrs.
K'..s Kline, will ir'<-iuV vooi
:.: t>> Mr- K'->.- Si human
Un S). ia K
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- ri of ;.ii San Ko-
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Ahavut Shalom Installei Officers
Ahavat Shalom Congrt-Ratirm.
orat'd at 9X5 SW 67th Avi Wejl
Miami, will imta'.l the olflr*^ .f
. the congrreation and the Sister-
hood in rerr-monks sehedukd foi
7 p.m Sunday, June- 21.
Officers riecttd by the eongrr-
', gation Lnclud.- Dr. Robert Grop-
'. per. president: Irving Lrnhoff and
Marvin Zalis. \ir- presidents: J.irk
Sihi-rrnan. rrcording sretary:
Mm Ben Botwrrurk. financial see-
utary. Mrs Dave Harris, trcasur-
r. and Sanford Drnrs. eorn-
Incominc S.st rtyxwl off irers in-
Maae Mrs. Norman Kirhman. pres-
u>nt: Mrs Km! Siflingrr and
'.In Arron Zomirk. \ir' presi-
'.nts. Mrs P.obTt Rudich. re-
i.rding seen tar>: Mrs Allen
K.rshner. rorrespondinj: secrrtars
Nornun Ru^iman i^ 1
lous dim-tor f Mv t. aapk
Kagr is acting CantM
uid -Mrs Morris Harr. tr-asur.,
At
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+ Jewisf Fk>rdffon
Page 7-A
42 Confirmands
At Beth Sholom
Beth David Send*
Two Educators To
IVf.H York Sewubiiiar
Morris Tarasow, cdvrational dl-
. ._. rector of Beth David Cofiercsra-
Of the 42 bovs and Bills con- lauahler of Mr and lin Marxhal ,; A u ,>. .....,.. .. .
,,,'Lat Temple Bet* Sholom V,^-"- -*"*--*' **' ifi** rt "* Be, man. one at
i Mr* ii. rt.. ri r.i.-.m. ix.ri I its veteran t<-arhi rx. hav again
' ^at to Nr..f Uhas Ke &CSiW[. ....."MS ** <" "-"' *f Um"
puxrirnage to t>ta I, it na* neen ,,, r >nd Mr- g|JoU ,.,,h,r T,mi. mi.,. Sl.mjnar h. in held I"- ttv
,ounced. Th. KHriwj feTM SU'&SiJSK Americm Association for j. wish
1 Mr- rhjtav* Kdueation in Munri.
nhuqrhten of Mr and
N V & Hi
, !( |<*siblf through the
D,Di troaKronWv T,m,,le Beth l^:^";^-^'^'^ r*vld.7t 'ras bounced.* Is th!
gMlom'l sp.ritual leader, anrl ,, f,; # ffaugri J^Jgl.OJIg | ,1(nj,n.Katln ,h,
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catering facilities are at
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Brotiii-i hood
*''"a m"U^1"'k(\%.<. C Sta't-s W^lng tWO Of ItS edUCAtOTS
Fore-man, irhnm Kuardi inv are Mr lo tin' seminar.
...._ .. "u"1 Mrs H.ir.dd Wl*n<-r: Chard -.
Pile theme "Who In A jew tYM Robert, aon <>r Mr ;m.l Mr- Jerome -.,_ ;
franklin; Han.lv i>. son ..f Mr a ,.1 These seminars an' made poSSl-
Mrx Yale eYeedUne; Ilarrv. >.nn of ,. ... ,1,
\ir ..".1 Mr. i^nn Oarfifid; David blt' through special grant b> the
than, son of Mr and Mr. Milton j,.wish Federations, I.) enable SC-
s, iTted by the Continuation
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Shvman Wmn
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t 98th Street
UN 6-7792
The youngster* who will be
p-mting seven weeks with other
Confirmation-age youngsters from
I: torm temples of this area and
f.. th Sholom Hebrew School fac-
1 \ members Ely Levy and Barak
> iron, Include Janice and Judy
and Relay and Joel A
daMMer and on of .Tudae and Mr*
Harry Arthur Grvenberg
AIM Mark S.-<.tt. mn of Or mid
Mr- David Hendel; H.d.in Ann
daOatlter of Mr and v.- labln.
I'hurl.-. v..n ..f Mr alTl MT I'.-rnai '
M .l..r.hv: rvoii'l. nnn of Mr and
Mn Hny.it K Jonas. Lauorv Su-.. 1
Iseashtir Mr- i.ir.ia Hats s>.%.
- n "I Mr and .Mr> .1 Kmanu. 1 KatS
t \. I Ronnie Foreman. J<*'l and Douala*, -n ..f Mr and Mrs Harold
Kinwr .i.rrr.v Darid eon of Dr an.t '" an Intensive study program in
Mn 11 '""i- mat Kramer t.u. eonsultantship Mr li< rman will
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Kushn.r. Susan I., il.un.-hl. r ..r I>r
and Mr- bvnnett !.. Pamela, lo train teachers for princlpalshlp.
iected educational directors, prin-
cipals and teachers to further
their growth in specialized areas
in the field of Jewish education.
Mr. Taiasow is one of 10 educa-
tional directors froth the United
States and Canada participating
1 Is) Greenberg, Mark Hendel,
Katz, Ji:tiey Kramer,
1 irol Miranda. J fl Pardo and
I iren Unger Tin ir tour will also
two weeks In a Kibb.it/
(heir return in August.
1 Confirm..'
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Frtda7 June 12, igm
Leading Israeli Diplomat
To Address ZOA Gathering
O-e of the highlight < of the 22nd Mndenberr be the recipient
a. service for lra- of the 22nd Annual "Service for
Dance of the Suu'h FVjrala Israel" award.
Included in the evening* |
grass will be a musical Candle
Lighting ceremor.v honoring; the
22nd A I the estah-
hsfamen Israel Al
22 Grv
- -ailed up
Ugh*.* of th-
, procn-r has been
itic tenor and recording artist
ad or. TV p
: the United Stal
and concert
-nt a pr
- > selections honor.?!z tlv
Anniversary of the Jearisi S
A so partic<>at:ne in the r
ing's events will be Dr I:
Lehrman. national vce-pre-.
of the Zomst Organization of
i Amer.ci: Cantor Saul Breeh.
cha I the Miami Beach
'Zionist District Luncheon C.jb:
- rt E Oss;p. past chairman of
I the South Florida ZOA President s
Council. Rabbi David Raab. a vice
president of the Southeast Region
' ZOA. and Ben Giller. a past presi-
dent of the V Beach Zionist
District
Mr EakhaL ho was born in
KATE MEIDENBERG
T -nets of the Zionist Organza-
of America will be a report
the current Middle East situa-
from Nataan Kshko'.. Consul
~ >f Israel m New York
The dinner dance which
-. < the public. w.l! take
- r Sunday (vnaai in the
,r. Rooaa af the Eden Roc
T?!e celebration wH start
tonal cocktail party
ind dinner at 7
Abraham A
- -
Bt"i C-uncil.
-
-
KJ. Woman Relieves
Painful Piles After
Other Products Failed
G-ls Prompt T*rn:porary Id ef
t P-.:. Iuhing la Inflamed.
IlJ- ted HemorTucid Tissue*.
Treataa, NJ. Mrs. Vii
I- hi :- '"is town report "I
rid much pain ar.d discomfort
fl m ids. I'd used many
ether producta and got no i
anted *- -it Prepara-
\l Suppositories. I'll I
be without m."
Note: Doctors' tests show
1 reparation H* actually heips
k swollen tissue* of hem .r-
:s caused by inflamrr.
1 Mai .. case*_ the sufferer
e prompt temporary t
pam ana burning iti
thass tisauea. Then swelling is
r reduced. There's no other
rmula for hemorrhoids lika
I r-teated Preparation H.
l'.:,tment or Suppositories.)
Kauaerth. a settle-nent on the
shores of the sea of G*
lornwr lieutenant :n the Israel
Navy, and was a member of the
Palyam. the naval force of the
Jewish Resistance, prior to the
Wat of Irrfependenct A graduate
of the law school of the Hebrew-
University in Jerusalem, he has;
been a member of the Mil M
'
, ---'- dai asai
i as consul and I
secretary m Cyprus
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yean
Af-
fairs
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A-.er.u-'
Branch 1030 To
Elect Delegates
The Morns and Sarah Jacobs
Workmen's Circle Branch 1050
will hold its final meeting of fiscal
196S-1970 at 8 pm. Saturda;.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Kot-
r.elL 2920 SW 19th T I
Delegates will be elected to at-
tend the 51st Workmen's Circle
Southern Region Conference, to
tak. place in the Algiers Hotel
over the Labor Day weekend.
Murray Gold, membership direc-
tor of The Workmen's Ore.- I
Greater Miami, will report on the
Workmen's Circle's national con-
vention in New York last month,
and Bernard Brust. of Brust In-
surance Agency' *' pr<'nt *
talk an ths unseat daj needs of
alization insurance.
M-tmp I '*
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DON'T MTSS KADWSH far r'
\it4 *. Kafcai Bloattrm af
Ca9- Berk Haleri far 35 yeon
will recite Ko4dii* mamma ami
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Temple Sinai To Honor
High School Graduates
1?
Israel SsjeJn Urm I .S.
I)eriion To Prevent
Further Soviet Steft*
((tinoed frete. Pax* 1-A)
: we want I
States i* the a
applied lor" be sa I Whl i Is-
mid .oo :'
p .r announcemrn4 b rt
r announce" al
prefer it to be |
When hi :- ashed : I
dkl not regard th
r.e replied that the US
attached
supij
Abba
i-. A thai '

a \'-r> deheai
. si
ra) ; A I 'he
cheor: of tne lad
ii C:u he would saj oni>
he s*as not d-scour^sed
his recent laHa srttB American
Offsets W i>h.ngton on [s-
:s request for n>>'' tots
Temple Sinai of North T>ade arfll
hold a special set vice in honor of
its hieh school graduate Friday
of Rabbi Kings-
lev's sermon, especially pry
to 'Three Things
; Reflect." ti.k.-n frorr.
the Saj B| Th" Fathers"' :n
Tatai H
,-,.., < I ta be tto

Incas in J.w.-

will .- m ban
I-ir-> Z.rn wh-r-
ami
School is
sr\mg as rr.airmar of the
I ami has arr
cal Oneg Shabbat in bars*
graduates, includint; Scott A lams,
nd Bhabath, Mk-ha-1 Bren-
F-lio- Blatt. Gary EBea,
Karer. Greeaberf K. bard K .:- Margar-1 Leokwwjr, Ronald Mar*
mer. Dane Scrnchter. Paal Thom-
as and Jeffr-> Zut.
Nine boys and five girls cul-
rr.nate.i t.Vir 11 years of Sttarj
I the I H !rous school this
'eek snd were confimvd in a
Shavuos E*t service they had
themselves create** under tne di-
tfaa of their teacher, Rabh:
Ki.ig-
The Tesapac fTlnal
include Richard, sor.
and Jo*4 ;'- Adaass: Jack, sm
Mr aad Mrs Ira DugSf; D. bra
daughter of Herbert
Dav Id Crasn
n of
'
Ljpta
Hr and Mr H rnad
. son of ''

Rotha' Kennetl
Mrs Ronald -
hter of Mr and '
Shacfr. Harr> th,
Mrs fefSBl i.
son of Mr aid Mi
f Their i^r-
tion m Ua b
conclusion of the
Minister (If
Finance ( alls
Conference
iCeatinord from I ],
tn"s y.n
.
..if fv, I-: ,
I arvi ma: ..
country
1>.e d.->gates v..".
economic develo; -
to survey the acc-->rr
of the past twx> a.-.._,
with the aid of Ism
They pn>crams sui onomic grov* th. .
finara>-d with pro
tale of Israel Bo:
The IS
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Friday. Juno 12. 1970
+Jewlst) fhrMitr
IVjCJ* vn
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
We Don't All Think And Act Alike
1.1)1 TOP. The JewMi FUridlaa:
A* a member in gooi standing
of the Oraater Miami Rabbinical
Assodaf n, I would for a moment
like to c mnvnt on th- lnttpr
Bubm!tt< by Dr Joseph it. Narof
,,. ilnst i to non-public schools,
eh npeared In the Mondaj
May 25th isaue of the Miami
li -..Id
R ,i b Narol i high ) rai p vt
c m hi ited In h li I ter, he la
1 n p lal it I must
howeve; t.ik.1 isaue with a itat -
men! in his letter where he itys:
. I ve refrained from writ-
ing tti tter to ape tk of the ;
tion of the .leu:. munit) on
the crit a] Isaue of state aid to
education."
Firstrj Dr. Narot, with all and
full reaped to hia position, does
not apeak for the entire Jewish
rtmun ty on thia Isaue Secondly,
a< he himself indicated, a straw
vote .it .< recent meeting of our
board. i>* ulted in a 2-1 majority
tlnsl state aid, obviously indica-
ting that a sizeable group i< In
fa\r if state lid to jwrxchial
school ducat ion Let us always
be fair .n our expression of the
views of others
While mentioning this fact, per-
nut me also to indicate that ir i,
imneous for the genera] Miami
community. Jew and Gentile alike,
, < Mentw that all the Re
greater Miami supported the recent
moratorium on Vietnam. This was
not bo, ms the press may have
mistakenly inferred. Many, includ-
" writ i were >; ;> wed to
the m iratorium
Thli > tate emphatic-
til) ind without any doubt what-
. that there is no such thing
as the m ish \ >te" "ii anj
it !i tn I. Somi i.: mist our In-
' oh i ment in Vietnam and me
are in favor of our involvement:
n ui) favor and support Pre
Nixon and his foreign ind domestic
pa cies, while others do not. We
all think independently, Rabbi and
laymen alike, and do not act or
vote in a solid hlock.
finally, may I also make it
quite clear that, unfortunately or
fortunately, depending on one's
view, the Greater Miami Rahbini-
e.tl Association, as much as it
would like to. di>es not s|ieak for
lil the Rat Ins holding pulpits in
Greater Miami, nor does it neces-
sarily represent or voice the f ilafS of the one hundred porevnt
total Miami Jewish population.
ON THE Aft
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Westchester Lions Club
Installs At Dinner
Westchester I.ions Club held
its annual installation dinner re-
i.ml in the Mousetrap Restau-
WO keii'l.
i (fflci n ii stalled at the gala
event as theii ladies watched in-
. luded Roy Miller, pn sident; Fred
[ctclnikcw, cret irj Lei
Stark, treasurer; Herb Aum
tail twi it Pi S 'ker, lion
tami Bob Hei'/. Howie Horo-
witz and Murray Goldman, vici
residents, Irwin Lax, Al Krantx
ind Robert Stewart, the newest
- In the little Lions club that
i I hi biggest i"!>. were in;t iat-
d r > membi rship
This ii true In re | ird to i*il I
issues, aocio-eeonomic issues, as
well as matters pertaining to Jew-
ish law. Let ua \- fair and state
the truth.
KARRI ELUOT I. \VI\0(.K\I>
Temple Israel of Miramir
EDITOR, The Jewish Florid tan:
Midst the confusion >>f today's
evi nts in the Middle East, It Is
; to take note oi the his-
tory and tradition of the Jewish
I.....pie. One could then, perhaps,
appraise the situation more accu-
i itely.
The l'.: ili< al Patrl ichs who ate
by ail means the heroes of th<
people are remembered for their
successes m the fields of morality
and culture rather than for their
milit iry assomplishments Abra-
ham. Isaac and Jacob are not given
the image of warriors, however
great their military powers might
have been, but rather that of
teachers and prophets
King David, an outstanding sol-
dier while yet a youth, is called
the Sweet Singer of Israel" whose
symbol is the harp and not the
sword.
Thousands of years of bitter ex-
perience h is taught the Jews tha'
life consists of both positive anil
negative forces and that both sides
of life must be reckoned with. Un-
like the naive hippies and peace-
nnks of today, they n illze that
the dropping of flowers alone will
not buy peace
But the dark forces of life, inev-1
it ido.e a liny mignt be. are never
equated with holiness. In the crea-,
tion of daylight G-d's name is'
mentioned but it is omitted when
telling about darkness. Kir_: David
M :, i ed to build the H'ly
Temple for his h inds were st lined
with blood. "Neither hammer, nor
axe nor any tool of iron" were
Used for the Temples stones so .,-
not to bring to mind the sword
The Jews are peace-loving but
not p cifisti When forced to, they i
will w ag war. 1 (ut It is ibhorent
m. Th. ir .! e
i: ii>bi Phlneaa \. Weberman
Single Parents Meet
'I ne Sinj le Pan nts of Miami
;ener >l m etii
Wednesda) at 8 30 p m in the
'A ashin rl in Fi l< ral Audit'
1133 Norman ly Dr. Guest speaker
Cliff McMillan will discuss the
topic 'Sex and Drugs in Relation
to Astrology and ESP." Single.
widowed or divorced p rsons 25-48
are invited.
Courshons Marking
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Anon H. C-mr-
shon celebrated their GokMffi WbaV
ding Anniversary this week with)
an open house at th Ir new honw
which they have called "Reinhold
Castle," in the Great Smoky
Mountains, five minutes from
Asheville, N.C. Participants in the
celebration Ir luded the families
i! Arthur H. Courshon and Charles
Courshon, the celebrants' son-: I
Gilbert Courshon, Paul and Irvtn
P II ik, is ph Enrlich and Muriel
Hirsch Pick, their brothi rs and
sisters Some of the family wriK
1 to be I 'it "Rein-
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aga 10-A
+J(mi*t Nttrkfton
Friday, June 12. 1970
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Naso
1
Tin- I'm.'st Messrs the BBOpie iii accordance with divine
instruction.
Y< shall hi. ss the ehildren of Israel, ye shall say unto
them: The Lord blcs-s thee, ami keep this"' (Num. 6.2;?-24'
NASO The numher of LevitCt betw.*cn 30 ami 30 years of
. liejole to worship ami minister in the tent of mcetiiijr was
<.5H0. All those persons considered unclean either because they
\'ir lepers, or had a discharge, or had touched a corpse were
\; Hi '1 from the camp.
Thereafter follow the raglllalsslsl aftivting adultery and the
mi antes. Uld tin BJC ount .f the various othrings made by the
s ,.) tin- tubes after the tabernacle was finally constructed.
This raoaBsfctbaSJ <>l thr WMkl) Portion ot the LaHSj is extract-
ed and based upon "The Oraphic lllstir\ ol the Jewish Heritage.*'
etllSreJ ) I*. Wolliuan Tsamir. l."i, published h\ Sh.nj-ol.l The
\ "lame is :i\.iilable at ?7 William St., N'cw York .">. VY. Presi-
dent ol the aSSOStds] distributing the volume is Joseph SchhUMJi
iKelinioMS <3i
ICJIOUS
ervtces
By RABBI SAMTEL J. FOX
What is the purpose of the
silver pointer which is used h>
the reader of the Toruh when he
M.ul. from the Scroll*?
Kyrr.
There is !>oth i practical IMMH1
ls well as a moral one for this
practice From a practical point BETH oavid
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. t SWV S7th A Orthodon '
Cantor Morris Barr. i
ANSHE EMU ?M3 SW 1th >'
i Conaervative Cantor Sol Pahowiti .
[ Kri'lui 1:11 I'm iWamllW -mil.'.'-
Siin'-n "Balis, l''lr l.ii .i !"
Kttnmel .in.I rial KadUh will I""-' in* |
. wninr.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). S0 N Ken (
dan Or S. Miami Reform Rabb-
Herbert Baumoiril. Cantor Michae
Tfcll bayr U hr<"f>d"-*l m
taaaaiMlaa Rita ch* Guue,
Mumi RnSr.mn.al rWadanoa
Cfi"dimiCfT of the ffaiu'ri
tppttnng hert u
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leade- of
Beth Toraii .<*,,*.,.,-,>,,
op Norti; Miami Beach
r2 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaervative Rabbi Sol Landau
Of \-lew the use o' the pointer pi Cantor William W. Lipeon 4
veirts the ink from Us.i>irrini: hhtr- Friday i> m tfa -ur-i -.<> '>"] ,Th; t Nt TAMm .tTmpTci mk t.
.... Tornli !>>'" liar Miinnh Stapael NER TAMIO (TEMPLE], 80th St ,-,,,
red or s-nvider-d by the t.-Hieh >>r ^,.|,.,, .,, ..i .*.,, and Mr* Mill Tatum waterway Conert ,,
the human hand From a rhoral Beam* ____#____ "J*}' J^"* Lbo," Cantor fc9
point of view, the Torah is Holy BeTH EL SOO Sw mn Ave Ortn-. --------------
mil should not he handled by the doa Rabb, Solomon Sch.ft S ; OH,^M*;<>*, 7g" >" O.
Pesetas In in rtaturdas i at Ortnodo rtabbi Piiin;a v.
human hind. Its sanctity is ac-
cented h> prohibiting anyone from,
I I ;..|i|..n, >..n ..'. I .
Ih.M.I I iKlit
Minvlia
l> m
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTr-
. : ", -,. oc-ru. K-nrtE'M not SW 1?th Ave 5teMKL>it JtwiSH cent
totichmc the words wnth his hand BVod.rn Tr.^.tion.l "abb, SIS | Co.l.n. A... Hat*. ad. N.h
lit O'di-r t0 kee| the plad- while (hapera. Cantor Ben Dckion
reading the Scroll tlie silver p.int- Frldaj il Rii s..iu,.i..- J
> *~ s. rm.m I'onWIipllon lOl !'
Cf is ik.>l instead ot the hand ( p m r I lat t:l pan
s.tiii..i. A LoValt] is.ili '
CONGREGATION ET/ CH*
44 Waahington A.r I. i
Hillel
\\h> is -,t tins,* broken at th<-
end of a wedding ceremon.*?
BETH TOV (Temple). *4M SW 1th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simj"
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkea f
l-'rnla> T p fa H irdaj '* -i nt
HEBREW LESSON
A number of reasons an id
vanccd for this cuatom First
dm th it this is a remindVi
>f the iiistru.-tion of the Temple
in the days ol ancient Jerusalem
riio young couple who are at tru
happiest nuanent of their lives
thn. reminded th. hV t I VgJ38il&V%m o
h. pvi n happier were there m e\i--
ISRAEL (Templei Or GRFATER
Miami 1S7 NE ith St Reform. 10
Rabbi Joeeph R Narot.
. .-----
ISRAELITE CENTER S'*5 SW ^Jth
St Conaervative Rabbi Avro.n L
Orazin Cantor Nathan Parnatt 11
I I
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An
tence today the ancient clor> ol ; [; '"'
The
Xtaccabi
Games

najra men
JT33Sn
terus .
Some claim that the breaking
uf the isa tends to aobar the
couple fiMMn their aeaWaay, aaakMui
th ii realize that thej si
neA r lose sight of re.ihu 01
my rhtt he hrealrint; of tlx
is meant to f'tcis attention on
the right of their happiness
DTO0 P'tt P Itefr nK~|3 bringing it into contrast with the
ShabbatAmerican rtaa f
Katurday S i i ra Itai
Mr. a
.s.illlU- N
NORTH BAV VILLAGE ."..
CENTER. 7501 E Teaaevre .
Nr*h B*v V lUlf Con.fi,,! .
Canto- Leon Sepal
ADATH VESHLRUN (TEMPLI
N E Miami Garden! Drive
eervative Rabbi Milton S
Cantor Tibor Moaea
----------
BETH TORAH NE 16-Mh St .<
Ave Conaervative Rabo. Mn .
echitj Cantor Jacob Renae.
----
B NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW '() V
Conaervative Rabbi Charles Rvbe
Cantor Jack Len
. | n
i
\ : suranar long Srnmon 'ffsyyff nTI f*j?n ^D "\Pl^
uoild jo ivit from
- house eaHv In the morn-
return tn the late -TWO **fl "^ ^
ternooi 'hours I What did jaKPii ttlM H^ Jli*iPIKprj
f-j Kin .n^a^an tirpfr
,l7a TOXnn BFfU ^P I remlraU us of t
' other*, making u
?yHB .H|?0D5 fid for tlw
SINAI .TEMPLE o NORTH r
18S01 N E 2;n<) Avenue R-'
Rabb. Ralph P Kmgiiev
M ami r'' "'"' I "' >l"
Ralph ''' '" '
_ H". II. v.. J i .
Hi .. in Bai M i
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple V E "' N" >" '..... W-.k.r
R,.hbb,AWM,urrc*'"!..nCOn""""Vr5 SKY LAKE SVNa'gOGUE IS.!
Rabb. Maur,c_j JION (TEMPLEi. SO00 MUMf .M | y^ST, ,. Bat,
TIFERETH ISRAEL SO0 N
Ave Conservative Rjhbi
Carmi
y 7 p m Haru'daj '' "
Conaervative, Rabbi Norman N Sha-

sha.k-ws of reKret SjhMdl K.Tt.y pra tut Mltsratt
I Mr
do? H waa practicing for
M.uv.'abi Games. He ISJSJ
: jumpast, polled ropes and
"' d poles -he practised
thout a break Why?
! part of life from tinv to time I' Janabtar
tc.oh.s them ihTt they muai gj*l ^ _
: pre\c through both|H
the good time* as well as the leas "' Dr
1 fortunate periods of life a E T h mo
irem
Mi.i |n
YOUNG
Mi
-n,.vt "ehl berg Hermon Tli. IV......r.
-------- m r.ii.ri.n..i niai miami
Rabbi
ller MltSvml l>avl an.t Mrs Jordan M.iltln
Shimon wanted to achieve
-: lesults in the Macoihi.ih.
set .- record But even if
M r(Wrt .1X73 niaio nlxjrn
~ : : t
did set record, he dors jpdj NK\ *? QK iVDK ,0"?^
n CONvrtEGATION
1MO0 W. Oiaia Hwy. Conaarvativ*.
The breaking of the glass also ^^iSTTi^JXHT' C'
he suffehng uf iv.i. > : n pra r*amtl) Ben
us doublv than.;
t i i. .....I AGUDATH ISRAEL, HM1 Carlyle Ava
moments of bliBS and orthodo. Rabb. laaac Ever
keeping us aware of our on-goin?. ----------
. .7. u i .i .. BETH ISRAEL 7T0 40th St Orthodo.
responsibility to help oth.i- .bbl Ber., yy,,,,
Why l the proceks f goinj; to DETH JACOB 301 ~Waahin0ton Ave
|%rae| referred tw a< All>ah" Orteiodo. Rabbi Shmaryahu 1 Svir
(going up)?
iky Cantor Maurice Mamchea
17
'9
S.'ini'.n Tukiiii u '!
I t. psa
ISRAEL OF GREATE"
SO NE ITIat St Orthodoi
Naftab Roroah 31
Kfida) 7 4*- | SB s..tur:.i\ I
Hemv ii Th. B i Ol N'.i. !'
nieni liar MIKVHh fear]
Mr and Mr- mm HaataR
JUOEA (TEMRLEl 4*00 Orana-i
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Morr.a Kip
par
Kn.i.n i. m atarday 11 II
Mil Si ah Sal > Bt) r datu I
..l Ml and lira Mh-barl M t
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora v
Conaervative Rabbi Maawell Berg"
Cantor Richard Browdy
----------
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPLE) M' F
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sneld .
Edwarda. Cantor Mawrica Neu. 41
is '.:> HtBt I' is vv.iith-
iia- prA!MUral and takinu
anpetKions wth out-
- anit-.i Ji^lsh sprilt lien
' i ol !': countt I
uv nv-mna ^m^ m1 Jr*Jftf!?Zl
BT1B aTWr D-KD-I.DD
The process of go.n, to .leru- beth^ap^ael^temple, ^-sa*
-.1.-ni was located on a hill "'
naturally the appronrh would lr
an upward one. Tradition has
.nrinK rrtmca
Pie M lecatnah tatas
in yi irs 'ii thi
'_eokTHphically. but also spirit
ly Qotag [O Israel is OOnsidi
elevation for the KMl atnd the hu-
man pei tonality
EMANU EL J^4 W Oakland P.-.
ahbi eivd rteform Rabbi Richard M
David Raab Cantor Saul Breech X Leviton Cantor Jerome Klement
-------------- +1
BETH SHOLOM i.EMPLEi 4144 _____#____
Chaae A Liberal Rabbi Laon HALLANOALt JEWISH CEN'l
Kromeh. Aaaiatant Rabbi Jerrold i.t s E Firat Ave -'
Levy Cantor David Convser 21 | .. .. BatUI la
BETH TFILAH S9S Eurnd Ave Or- BETH EL iTEMPLEi S 14th Ave
t-.Uo Rabbi Joseph E Rackov- Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
*k> & 1"r 1.1 i. Ill pr
BETHVOSEPHCHA.MCONGREGA. ^ "Bar^lHav
TION. 84] Meridian Avenue -A
jiD-i3 *?njn Ti"roxx3 N&
\ Here '< Lsh sp .1 ts-
Whal is imant h>
MWIrush-"
the term
1R on er the rsbm M
- :''!. foi ^;i trting c mi-
t ; ions Tii- Macca
.1 \v sh 1 >'. mpic <.Lin
.", il the ;''''n'4
- iril ol the Peo| l<- ol Israel
I K11 ins 'ii- M ice ibi ha il -
.s> ble 1 li<-
Ij >' I".-! A. '. Tens of
ii ill over tl>i'
: 1 \ come to see th
rj Il n lewiah youth
its ib lit) in 'he nulil
sport S rhools, youth m-.
md the Army in
iH devot< much ttme llil
mat iei
ij -.
sjfana A
Ithj mind in .1 health)
(lsMK',1 h| tin' lirit Olan.it
/ikarttn l^-tarbtit VehtMtit)
conjunction with Keren
* T
tt : 1 t "
iiccn m-i^ ^D3 .-mirm
j ; t : -
.^x-ia;' oy 'yo r\'i*v
t :
T3flfc TrtW 'X n'3373n ^'3
T t ~ "
nVitw .3*3X_,?n Tyn rx
T T
pw.*? D"X3 r"ixn ^"2^ d-d^x
T'.t? T" -T";
.i?mm xn3n "nara -win px
ftv p^'n px nxn? Xin^3
,-iponP3 .Diispn nDw3
DTIDD TY*'*? 31 Dlpn D^Pll
hd; "<]x Tif)V *J .^in rnppi
nva nx--)3 vt: imo-on px
I i 1 ; I ; -
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1241 Washington Ave Orthad*i
Rjbbi Dow riofencma.g 21
---------
EMANU-EL iTtMPLEi 1'0' Waih.
ington Ave Conaervative Rabbi
Irving antor Zvi Afller
.1,. r ,-',,. .rr,,.. net Ii .' il n
rimes homiletica] and n
Muli.ish us a t. rn
note B Colliltl'ill "'

Generally speaking, th. |i
from a root meaning "to -
to derive," or "to dig oul Thi
term is found c\en in Beb
literature before the period o
tru- Rabbis, such as in the Boo
Chrtsrircles (2 Chronicles
.j Chronicles 11 22 I
\v.- d i not ii ive any copies ol
thaat literary plecea howevi i
then fore, wtal ve generall) ici-
er n aa afkaraali I: the lib
ture beginning .iii ti" R i
the atishnaic ind on S
,,i n -i illecti arc
sjecordlng t the Biblical pot I
i i the we. k. Ml* rs an
ng in the Hoi "
tin yaai Some are i I ac-
i ... to the verses "t the '
cal Unik .r 11 I al ii some
of inten
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pretree
Dr.Orthodoa Rabbi Aleinder S
Groaa i
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SvNAGOGUE 1&S2 Waah.ngion Ave
Orthodo* Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Mayer Engcl 2S
a
KNESETH ISilAEL 1411 Cuiid Ave.
Orthot Rabbi DiviO Lehrf.eld.
Cantor Abraham St.f 27
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MENORAH TEMPLEI S20 7Sth St
Conaervat vr Rabbi Mjyer Abram.
ov.itz Cantor N..o Feldman .
i lay MS |im Kalur lam liar
Mr hi..1 Mi- 1 eui rnseanei
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BETH SHALOM (TEMPI E
Monroe St Conaervative Rat;
Morton Maiaveky Cantor lev
Gold
----------
SINAI iTEMPLEi 1?01 Joi-mf'
Conaarvative Rabbi David Snap i
Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun '
ISRAEL (TEMPLEi *9?0 S vs
St Conaervative Rat '
Wmooard Cantor Abeatt e- Kji-
iHOLOM (TEMPLEi '1^ SE lit* '
Conaarvative Rabbi Morr.a A BkOJ
Cantor Erneat Schre.ber
Priil..* n. ii '
rtri i I
unl..* > m hl Mlts
i il,
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
21 Hard.ng Ave Su'tade. To*"
Hall Orthodan Rabbi Isaac D

Vmr
/vaocPfat/ca/ *J eli
evtsion
v.
toy rams
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retsM* p.*ns rr-13 inrstna)
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CANDIEIIGHHNG TIME
8 SIVAN 752
Inn. I |-
-t'h 4. B ji i m The PTral Bit iti
Tui'ii i ntinulng Spanish Prajstnce"
Moderator hV Luthi i t' Pi. r. e
M ii .. Reyes
Pa-i.i in Samuel Z Jaft.. rabbi el Tanspls Beth El
Hollywood; R. \ Lloyd Knag and Father 1
Garcia Rubto
-4-h 10 il -i rtabbi lavi.l Shapiro, Temple Sinai Hollywowl
June I I(I, 7 HI .m Tile Still Small Voice
II-.si Rabbi kuwa-ne 1-abovitz. Temple N'ei Tainnl.
Miami Beach
>e^-V^-Ne^Ve^ee*ve-M-->ee>e<-^-V--v



Friday. Jun 12. 1970
*ni*t llrricfi.tr?
Page 11-A

In The Midst Of Strife
By JACK HIMiKI.
In the midst of strife. Israel
takes care of the okl and the DMT.
While the boitl.TS are aflajne and
I-..eh day the papers carry photo*|
of younK men fallen in defense of
the country', the proo-as of ah-
SOtDtlMI jroes on. TTie drama h
where the action Is, where the
gUlM fire and the planes fly. but
the human loll m soul and life
Kavinff misses maM <>f the front
iw.:< s.
Outside Una is the Mertni
Kllta, center for new bnmi-
grants, most of who'n come from
the Baal Kuropean countries They
ntv newly arrived and in this
fern, clean, almost rectangular
houae, they live as family units.!
two or thii-i .11 a mom. This nnr-l
lieu! ir complex is only three yean
ild ir.il h is censu* "f i 9 m
s.piis adults and children. It is
housing for nca I t cians mos| n
w hum are in their forl ind
fties, ilh A I inl i 91 fsm lies Ith '
15 children, and is run i>> tsaet
i.i iii \ery c < p t"ni.
htrxom U-V'-.ir-n'd mother far-
nela A\n:. .- the i H-:.i! worker
She ihowed m around.
The people in this Adsorption
Center cannot leave until after
five months B> then, they musl
have ii working knowledge of He-
brew .mil the offer of s to*1 Thej
musl also have s place to live.
While there is concentration on
the idoUs for trx ir expert k. and
willingness to come to brael and
\-i> ,-i< Jews, the emphasis is on
the chikhvn. Tli. ci itf< r has well
ofR wised classes for Imth adults'
and children For the former, the
mpha-is us on the study ->f He-
hrm and r. la ted Israeli custom*
Bui the chlldn n are separated in-
to age and peer groups. Botweati
II and 18, they bo to high or In-
termediate schools on the nut-
tide, h.i tint the sense "i Isolntiort
nd newness is alleviated by new
friendships.
One of tle major problems in
accuIturation is the initial anxiet\ -
>f the children who have left theii
friends behind. But it Is the ex-
perience of the directors of the
Center that th.- children learn'
the language fastest and adapt
the soonest. I talked with two oi'
the women in the center. The bus
hind of one v\ a.s a'ready OUtflkte on
the Joh as a bulkUng tichnie!ai
and ihe e 'iid one w is m class
The first was from Poland and w
conversed in Yiddish With her. tb
problem was simple and solvable
She was never a party member o
ideologic illy involved: she s inplv
wanted to 11s with other Jews
Her husband had been, but with
the passag ol time and ihe ch ins
's iii Poland came his desire t>'
to Israel, i !! vv.is "avoe it"
a ] wvi" I. She was 58 and het
husband w is62, Thcj had survived
ih. ivar in Russi i, w heic the) had
le l ihe adv hi 'Snjs '"' rmans, and
ihi n came buck to i' >land ifte
Ihe > i" Sh sat I anl i-S
xutcd .u Poland in spite "f the
: el lhal S cial s n pi ocl timed its
philosophy was of ethnic
iud'.-. s ..' ;nv kind.
The S"Coilil Woman was from
Lithuania and I ruspected she was
not Jewish. I was noi permitted
to ask because of the possibillt)
it was true, and might he painful
iiut the was particularly pleased
.viih the school s\-si in In the
Centei and what it was doing for
Some "i these old ja-ople were
still taking care of their responsi-
bilities when 1 was there, in the
middle ol ihe day, while the <4ii- '
en were resting. For an Ameri-
can, who knows the problems of
h suing for old people, and the
moi i.iai-.i cists the depressing
association with Mosbev Zkeiirims
it ho.ne is diluted here by the care!
and concern given these people.
On the way back, the driver, a
inp. except to refer to the has,'
or Just Com* KoOM The fir I was
a S.mia hui poke excellent Eng-
lish. One of the soldiers was an
Iraqi descendant a hose ambition
v a- to lv a pool and write BlOSiC
to sing with the accompaniment
oi his guitar. We left them ofl as
the car rolled up the hIKa to Safed
which, that day. belied its reputa- veteran of the Six-Day war. said
tion for being the coolest sp >; n
ttl.....untry. It was blistering hot
Wc found Bel Avot, which takes
care of old people. It is an old
rurkish fortress and as you wand-
r around the gardened square in-
tide, you cm envision thai part of
hislorv vvllen the area was ruled
by the ottoman Empire, It is a
grim place made livable by its
elderly inhabitants, ail ol whom
must be healthy and able to take
care of t hi-iv.se lves. And all ol
them are new immigrants
Wht n you consider the avei
ige is 74, you have to contrast this'
with care for older people else-
irhei in the world Not m my
11 lea accept such old p >plo
Bel Avot does, for the first five
yean Thereafter, it is the n -
sponsibility of the government l
Tlvre are 2-"> men and 39 women!
and they live two and Ihree in .-,
mom There are two pain shot
h ive their ots n quarten.
In the parden area, which is
tended by the people themselves
a string of flags flutter iv the hot
breeze All kinds of activities exist
for the inhabitants, clubs, handi-
work I some of which I saw i, I
radio in the room and TV in their
that automobile owners pay a tav
of SlIIU for a new license He sia:
the people did not mind since they
saw how the money went, into the
roads. It occurred to me then that
the p-ople hack home, who con-
tribute to the United Jewish Ap-
peal 'winch supports these insti-
tutions! can't get a complete and
detail) d picture of where their gen-
rositj i But if they saw wh
it l.....- thev w u'd not mind
As the car reached a level b I v
Safed, I -aw a strange sard The
driver said it was a stork and I
iukinslv asked. "Where is I m
i.'iby? I watched the bird disap-
pear into small hills to my ri.ht
ind wondered wbether it was
symbol of some kind, or an oim-n
perhaps, of a new inrth of peace n
ihe land.
Hadassah Group Meets
Tlv I. It. Goodman BdcP Group
el Hadassah will hold its regular
meeting at H pjn. Wednesday in
Ihe Miami Beach Federal. Nth
street and Washington Avenue, at
which time the new board aaesn-
hers ami chairman, and the n-'w
i mix rs ol the group "ill be wd-
comed. A regional report will also
be given by Incoming pi isidui I
iis Lillian Chabner. Mollie <-'"
I hen is chairman of the evening
her l'J-vear 'Id daughter The hu-
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On the wiiv- to Safe I. we picked
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talked intenistionnl poMtSCS en
route and they were lively and In-
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where thev were point' Or com-
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Friday, June 12, 1975
Fri
Collegeiiiaii Is Maintenance
Director Of Hebrew Home
P-
At of 75, Maurice Col-
man is Mr Ftadf at the
new Horn*- for Ike Am-d of
"i lieach. BoiriK Mi Kixit."
Sidney Siege], executive ii-
rector of th<- Hook, mrana that
pendi more than eighl hours
day as maintenance directol
Bt the Homo, a four-story struo-
1 .: 1 bousing more than I
ts, handling all the problem :
aintenance this kind of institu-
tion ; n nti
Sick and needy pan. nti an Mr
ColloKfinan's primary interest,
1 wi war and he d< voto 1 his xtra
time to th.ni in addition to his
workada) efforts to make them
. mfortable, Mr. Siege! said. His
- ol n :\ ice are IknitJeas, and
(tin transports them to anil
ton (ficers and hospi-
1 bj i on manj i ccaakMH has
jx>n ,luring th>' n
t iry to
,1 rath nt's life.
r building contractor on
B ach, Mr. Collegi man,
c nstructed many homes.
tment houses in
t- aria during his 80 years a-
t> builder, was endowed with a
r od n ind ai lound body, and
! teems I 1 thrivi or: serving his
ft (low man tireh ssly ai
ingfully. Ht- is a i>< mbi-r
of th<- Hibiscus Masonic I
Miami EVai h. and was responsible
for th< const] iction I I n mpk
at Alton Road and 10th St:,. 1 II,
signed the first check to pay for
the lot on which the building was
I I. c!
Besides I lion to On Ma-
- s and the Hi bn W Mr.
Collegeman gives of his
and effoi I t,. t .. 1 m ganiza-
tions and ch ic agei M
reported. His recipe for happiness
"Take two heaping cups of i>a-
:,. no one heai tlul >>f l< ve, two
l.ardsful of generosity, a dash of
diter, one headful of under-
standing, sprinkle generously with
kindness, add plenty of faith and
mix well; spread ,,.11 a | nod of
a Ufetbne and serve everybodj
you mn'i "
we Heads 41B
Slate Of Of ficers '
Qerald L. Price. Jr.. assistant
: -om-,>tr*!UT of United National
k ol Mia:ni. has been elech d
, itakk nl of the Miami Chapter nf
1 'h.- American Institute of Hank-
it has I wen announced.
Others included In the slate of
ifflcers installed at the A IBs
annual dinner include Waller K
."zuehra. Vice pn sulint of Capital
National Bonk, and Manuel Gime-
nez, assistsml vice president of
Central Bank and Trust Co., via
Idents Arnold Wen/loff of the
Flrsl Nat mal Rank, treasurer.
John F. Staehura. media co-
ordinatoi for the First State Bank
il Miami, chfc f counsel.
As educational chairman ir
191 '. Mr Price coordinated all
a I 11 classes held in Dade County
He has worked with United Hank-
ing Group members since 19H2
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Alsop
Siml.-nt Receive Awards
George Gershwin Lodge 196
Knights of Pythias, will present
Mis.- Fiona Popkin, winner of tl 1
7th and Sth Pythian District Ora-
torical Contest.- with a VJS Sav-
ings Bonds at its meeting Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Surfside Com-
munity Center, according to an
announcement made by Vice
Continued From Pace 4-A
would i \.i\ heavy, without
anting the total
The thought Of the money
ss one suspects, mm what left
the MIT faculty meeting at an
rdi A1 my
dent Johnson's sn-
nouj nt was not greeted by
h m Is of New Left protest
that h ,. reci ntly l>-en the
noises at
!: ,
- A-ell rth pon lering bee tus
H m ikes two points ol eat m-
.II.
wishfulnesa, the lack of
Jism, th.- inability I i
1 mow ah. ad thai cbaracti r-
1 all the N- a Left's political
and d. .
n Prof. Oiornsk) after all
can hardly have wished hi- tarn
iit> to suffer such 1 a
ng finan. setback V-1 by
teal he deserves more cn-dtt
th m inyone else for bringinc
th. sboul What I
ppened was trx- wholly pre.
IMll id :n-\ ;tahle rvio-
1 n t-> the actions oi Cbornsky
I those who marched w h
I
Nor is that the only point to
ponder either I 1 not widely
as yet, how much
N( Left goings-on in the
unh rsil are !>:: nmng to
U the future of American
r education.
The I'niversity of California
at Berkeley, for instance, has
bean sinking deeper and deeper
in the mire of New Leftism. Gov.
Ronald Reagan has been rough
with student protesters, but he
has utterly failed to halt the
processes now miscalled poli-
t.ci/ation" and radicalization."
And any fool can foretell what
the California Legislature will
nttially do once Berkley's
"pohtieization" and "radio
t n begin to he under* t.wd by

Wherever the NV w Left has
h 1 n set ive in th* great prh
un fund-raiaui
her dropped off painfuH)
has virtually ground to a halt.
Y< .) th ;i. c arts,
rn< private unive >nly
survive by fund Stir in
the Itt iek on the Dfi
1 I Qes' ta\-e\. mot It
and you h:\ a really nasty
brew to worry about.
All this could and should h ive
been foreseen. But "S.e no reali-
ty. sp< ak ro truth and hear no
fart-' >s baan the New
Left motto.
Chancellor Richard Wasserman.
who is chairman of youth activi-
ties services, A cash award will
USO be presented to Ira Chandler.
i runner-up Both he and Miss Pop-
kin are students at Miami Beach
High School.

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+Jewlsli Ftcrkfian
Page 13-A
4 Temple Menorah Election, lehe11 *?*%* Normandy Geared For Young Camper
w m. a o Receives His M.D.
Installation Scheduled *'In U-M Ceremony
Temp>k ifcnoralj wii^ b^jto
p| ,-tion ar.il installation of officers
an I board members at its annual
Spring Social Thursday c\rning.
Rabbi Mayor Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of the congregation.
will serve as the installation offi-
C :'. and an elaborate program of
i i tan.mi nt and ivli-^hnunts is
planned for tht evening, which be-
gins at K:.'>0 p.m.
Leonard Hosen. prettdenl of the
t i'l<- will give his annual report,
i; lerscorlng the numerous and
well-received youth activities >>f
t- congregation, as well as its
}! brew School's record regiatra-
t He has titled In- report "A
t. haos."
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formal opening of an all-
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norah as the first ste;. m the es-
tablishment of an all-day school
will be announced by Mr. Rosen,
and he will recommend a proposed
tXldgi t for the corning year as
m ii as Ki\,. a resume of the fi-
nancial obligations of the temple.
He will also express the congre-
tation's iratitude to its ifflliated
agencies the Sisterhood, Men's
Club and Parents of Menorah for
ih. ir c scelli nt programming dur-
ing the year as well as thi lr con-
tributions to the temple's welfare
Th< i i i rtainrm nt will feature
Carol Taran prol ssional song
'. list, in hi r inti rpi ns ol
Hcbra Yiddish f>>ll<
itgs Aii coi d nf the tw o songs
composed by David, son ol Rabbi
and Mis Abramowitz, will l>e
made available. David who com-
posed both music and lyrics, will
ire-' the two songs during thi eve-
ning
Ine i-i.ii, s nt the Sisterhood
and Parents <>f Menorah will be
loatesses for the annual Spring
Social and General Membership
ne..ting of Temple Menorah.
Mitchell A. Gregg, son of Mr
and Mrs. David A. Gregg, ^stil
Leonard Dr.. North Miami Beach,
was to receive his degree as a
lot tor of m. dieine Thursday from
the University ol Miami School of
Medicine. There are si members
In his class at the l-M's School
of Medicine. Florida's first medi-
cal school. Since it was launched
in 1932, the nation's southernmost
medical training center has grad-
ual.-,i a total of 9;i7 physicians.
A graduate of North Miami
Senior High School, Dr. Gregg re-
ceivi d Ins Bachelor of s, i : ,-, de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida, when, h was a member >f
Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity,
before entering mi ool. He
was interi sti d in gastroi nterology
research as i m. di al stu Ii nt, and
wi honorable mention for his
studies in the subject in tin 1969
Student Research Day pi senta-
lions. He servi d .< i,,. Ity editoi
f thi school j ii i ook, s> napse,
and was a member of Phi Delta
E| illon ui. die d fraternity, the
Student American Medical Associ-
ation and the National Association
>>f Residents and Interns.
Dr. Gregg plans to specialize In
radiology and well set up his prac-
tice in South Florida after intern-
ine at Mount Sinai Hospital.
The program at Camp Nor-
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*Jn*i*i>ncr***n
Friday, June 12. 197Q
BOOK RtVltW
By Seymour I. tkbmon
"The End Of Days" And "The Midnighters"
i wish msTom i- the oldest
ol any Single group apk m This uninterrupted con-
tinuum lias bean rompassd M
stream which ha* widened ami
narrowed as the fortunes <>I the
Jews fluctuated in TO C E. tta
sin am nnrrowisl. ami not until
194s did it again > hit ve a wMe
spread between Its banks. iTbe political lif ol the
jr. in nun own land ended in the yaw TO. with
tiu- destruction of the Tempi* a snmii group held
Ma.a.1.1 until 73 C.E and J. wry did nut again
... hkrvc political autonomy until May 15. 1948, when
Mediaal Vkwoel was created.
Tin- Kmi oi Daga. taf l>ankl Gavron t Jewish
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of Zndok and the Sicaiii. who fought among them-
selves and with Other .Truish i:mu| but never as a
urifi. il force againal the Romans. Thi< Steartt were
h known as Th. Assassins,'' because these rev-
Lutionariea uaed Iheir "steas" Ismail knives i against
.!. wa as well ai Romani In their fanatically devoted
light to throw of] the yoke of Home ami restore
the Jewlah nation.
It was Simon Bolivar who said. "He who servei
..r
Out Film folk: By HERBERT C. LUFT
The Mollie Maguires" Not Fiction
revolution ploughs Ihs seas." His comment m ,
roboratad bj taa tragic scU-adsnlBlatcrad death m.
feted by Ian remnants <>i the Si, am. Almost | .
Ol thus.- who had held out lor thris- years until ,|,.
real was tiunlHssn slaughtered each other until
only one man was left, and hi- committed suickk
The Romans capturad the fortress, but no Jewi
Tliis historical novel, the author'* Qrst
lacks an inlr, of which ate neadad Careful editing would
unproved this valiant effort to brim; to hi. *j ,
story in Jewish history the us*- ol quotes
Flaviua Joocphus and a few other affectatl .
not enhance the reader's romprehenaton of "wl
and "whys." and sons "f the conversationi
stilt,d
doll
a tri E a< < u nt conditions In
** Hm eoal mtotta ol Pennsylvania
100 years ago, whir, labor was desprr-
iteb fighting tor living wages ai well as
safct) n [ulati u ii 11 si reen-
plaj oi "The Molly Msgulres" was writ-
-. i bj Its rod ici r, Waltet 11
Mi Ben st< in
ol Ana r* na to the
. mus >medy tirl
is th secret
Israel Newsletter
By CARl ALPERT
Israel's Image Abroad
(
T^amgnJ^B M vs,,|< T ": Israel
B^#* am subjected to
" so much internal rritscsBtn as it*
. puahc r, lationa pnagsam abroad
l*ia. hs cannot understand why
the great wave ol sympathy the
world showed for them on th> eve
ol the Six-Daj Wai has gradua
u -. whittled awaj
propaganaa, which pictures Israel as an
receive monster sad the Arabs as innocent vh>
stjaasa to he gaming ground. Ribhc opinion
pol s i li'ct tiie fact that Istaal has basal losing thj
: words n>' saaah hits keens wiah great) i
i time the Security Gossan1 adopt- .,
ibm i oi:d,aaaiag baaat something must t-
wrong with oui attempts to explain la tin world
in. question is. what"
\i.ij.i targal ol gas ctststaan naa bean Abba
because taa responsibility far pasaantkag Is-
i na abroad is vested bi the Foreign Mhuatti
im th,i and content oi lam I's Infmasaiton
progi .in bant bean .thk-i/.d. BaesngM "i ths dh>
Ktion. Praaatar Gaaga sfclr appoinard a corn-
some months age to study the prabk m, and
kfcaad the jKisKiiiiiity of setting up a Basaaasto
Mn is r\ oi iniormaiion to lake over ana pfaspagaada
task Th. as. for ., a iarati departtnaal was ar-
gued as length in th, ptBBS as w,ll as the Cabinet
nga, I'he PoraigB Ministry had fail.si its task,
it was i it. .iui\ a radical cbaevja was mssbad. In
., ktitMat many tfxniuht there should be a clear asp*
ration between the diplomatic service ol the state
nt) which must put lsia.is paint of
\ K W ,,-| ,.s> to thl' WOI 1<1
Isi h li fiallH. Minister-W'ilhout-F'uitfolio in tin'
. .\. riiina'iit who had hsassed the internal
informsaatss asrvJaas un.i.-i I'tvnm-i ,:shkoi. was a
liiisjtr for the post, ahieh would have beta
> the fonnatson ol .> new department \n,i
,,it. | ol conflicting i porta from Jerusalem's
i chambers inrlu thai Mrs M. u
received an ultimatum Mom Mr h'lwii and i \i ia >i
In i oi initial d. imoi nth* i f e
ended with tin
Fon iga Mlnistrj lai .-. i"! its pul
\. I s, : li |!|- d
rasa over to the M
Mi I ban s ft in't h, M i
lol eu:ii i ii un-
friendly din to i policy Change the poUcjs
v\. emild win friends snd su|ipoi~l o\>rni
the> said. II,it without sum, logic 1^' lsi.i, i *n-
nouiMc that it will withdraw from all DccSspW !*-
ntolies. .Mil' Up Jeliisal, Hi II.\ lie nil Arab refugees
to return, ami dismantle its air force, ami niaiiy ol
its critics w.Kikt becona- MsSMBS, they say.
struggling foi survival whU i had borrowed Its name from
.,n old Irish rebel unit
Martin Ritt, coproducer uai director ol ti downbeal
Paramount .; Ic nou opening m '.ondon. is not a new man
n met1.1 .1 n ssagi i" tun Ht ) guided
So Down Payment Hud rhe I
Hot Summer.' Mom- i d Thi Brotherhood A
stock m thi i.itskiii mountaii -
lm ii Lumet and has ta tghl m
'.-' |Ic v f Arthui
\ \ /. frop tnt Bi I ind Hi stin n.i: St t
Mv Pi ople Fi i Broadwaj
i ps" shows a firs ba "' of craat i
I .: |tish I -....! ISM l-'
; Richard Hai tan n Sean <
in i James Bond epl
Samantha Kgr.nj are portraying down-tocarth, ruaal
ti rs ca it m tiu- whirlpool of then own i motions
nnd driwa bj iha combination ol itarvaUoa wawaa, harl
wo k and mis rabk housing Into acts of utter despera-
tion, such as blossing up th* maaea ami IdlHag their oj>-
pressoi s
Samuel Spiegel is Brepasing to film Nicholas and
A1 sandra," th, bestseller by Robert K. aftaasaa aaassh
d,ais with th. dawn ol t". Russian revolution and th,
It igrdj oi the Romanofis 'Hi, lamous personages de-
luded in the ,\,Tit* that caaagad thi' course of hastorj
near the end World War I will be played by screen
stars ol intcri itioaal itntars Mr Spiegal is said to b-
hoping to use R t. r I iTbola in th*- pan ol bsa .'/.r. and
Princega-Graci iK,u> i isw iwrt ,.i th- Caartna Mr is
i inaisJering Robert Radtacd foi th. part of Raspasln
Isratl Newsletter
The MMsdgaters, b) Rowland Barber Crown
Publish, s 9S< is also a historical novel i
deals with the beginnings of the new Jewish stall
and is iu> ,1 on the tm m >lri of Ribakof, an \
can 1'iiot who was horn a Jrw reared b sni
2 h isi fith.i who taughl him little aboui .'
,o:d mai i h d a Chi kstian
l:, Icwish Agency hrgan to aaaambk* an ,r
foro lust after the U.N Resolution "i Partition
Mas passed The sum I ^rab states it
thi-. on Dei 1 IM7. and th n is
I'M w it Mi I5.it In t
major w*th the L'JS Ail F( roc, narrates I
ptng til- ihrough th, raici ol th proi
wUom mfi-ssion that Israel has mad, i
him is ne oi th, m in) touch
... book
Marty Ribal
Ik st plai lhe l nit, .1 States to r
I-. ; airlifting aimanvnts ii";. ttv i
ia, toi > .. the : ud< airstrip i
mnh onlj "ii' f a l st, |i i lhe L'.S. Si
partment and Amerk in kntrlHgenc offiei
nt on stopping them, tin- handful ol plus -
flown slmosl around the clock, always landing u
taking ''' in the dark
Thorn ol us who lived in Miami in 1H4.S
call a number of ,ai nt* in connection with
psansa winch had been purchased for larsx
l'i , at govrftaaenl on th. n exit. TIh' Ajabs wore p;-
mittiii to buy sTmaanenta all ovat ih< workl
not Israel not ol "in government c,.ui,i prevent it
Otbars wai racall ti hnmhlag oi tru- AiiaU-na b*
it ataasassl bssrard TW Aviv. Igasscsag i*avui Bsa-
Gurioa's waaaksg t'iat it must leave Israeli water*
bacaasi' the Irjjitu was v i-J.itmn the true. Ici
Tboa wio do sjol rrrraunber an) ol th- .\.'
aaaa Utsaisgk Marty RibakoCi eyes, however ai
Ih, lik sus|K*nseful ami interesting.
By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Face Of Arab Terrorism
*,
(*
A^ THERE LfNKti an written th.
d.ath toll ol tra- Arab tTluSlsl
larsaek on a sdtoal but neaf Safed has
is to twelve eight ahataran, thn*-
is ami tin driver Ol tin- 23
oth r*. wounded, it i< .,st two are st,
o :t of dangei but doctors i - we thesr Sees
Hoeniiw m h- rnrtinl Stiles and
m ma.iy other c untries In the Wi -t the Aral, t, rrhrlsts
are still t> ini{ glorified by the Ni a Left as h. roes ol ih-
n si.st.inis." it n ,\ i worthwhile to recall some of I
details as wail as the circumstancjn oi the attack. Dm
large number >f vistims and the hi^h \ n. i tagc ol small
ciuuin n I aged r> ta 9i may be unusual, bul in other
respects it rcpreaenta ntrated form, the s ol
Aiab tetTOt ix-hmd tin- mask ( heroisra.
Kirst ol all th targats md victims tra attach
were children ami teachers socotnpanying tasan Most
I'M..us; sttaoka probahl) as man) as nins out I i
.:ia ii st rlvilians Schools seem to i- particubu'l)
abk targets latelj 'won; th victims ol a recent
K.i \ .,t Shmoiv wet
snd ipting t,, open th bomb shelti
..K.i
||y. the i
I- i.....a 11 tool bus main I run
each at 'in- sun, tan collecting the chHdn>n
s ttknm the victnit) Threi small launchers
u. pl.ic, ,i t t '! spot w h, 11 slow s :
ta the road u.,i e r< kets w, r. fired at
ami s' bm reovei did net date
attack even a school bus in pasaofl exposing th, maerves
to any risk. T:a lauiiclars wet, linu bf el.vtnc d. ,
tioiii lhe salelv ol a Li-ban.-s, villaw behind the bnRB i
Tla- group that took en (id f.n this M, toiy over kid>
was the same om- that admitted to placiiMj the bomb In
Swissair's >t dbuh winch killed everyone aboard a
1
splinter group .; terroriits i 'n<- remembers h *
tha; r.,1 all Kajda i agngi il pgrsaaally In extermii
Ji visit men I children the) sllowed Us -v >
gl thi work.
Ths attack on ti*> siirnoi baa was carried oul
i m hen Kt ai li and Lebanese farmers bavi been
lieacefull) side b) suk along Lbj bordei Lebanon was '
, nly Arab mlghboi which did not particlpati In thi Sin
Daj Vvat a:, i consasjuaniii If did i 1 lost a ill
of land to Israel It has ims or grk'vances foi
or Informal auawisl lsiav I, and it was onl) after II*
Syrian-sponsored terrorists s, t themselves up In Its bot
del anas that trouble .stsra-,1 'Phis explodes lhe mytl
lbs li tiialaH -iv "flggtajng for th. liberation of lands
OCCUpiCd b) Is a.l ai^eress.on No laid WSS OCCIipled, and
th, "liberation'' the tcrrorbta are spesl "ls
thai nt Isrsi 11 t, rritary
Israesai are. it must be admitted sxceptionall) s-nsi-
tl\i> w ten It eomes I i atl dnal chlkbn There N
no telling lo what type ol retaliation such sttaclo can
l, a.i i th, fact thai most peopk are awan that
taa terrarana aitsakl only welcomi reprissls against Leb
.r..se i, rritor) Hoseavaf w.ai made this case partieular-
I) inei nlior) was that it i I W ''"" v '''
i \ Security Caunril coralrmned Israel foi i brief mill-
t.uy icleanlni I -"' "' tno '";
n. i,is ncross the l.. I *' :" ,,|N l:'""" '"
whscb tiM' meal trsetlculous can was taken not to
hum I., innoi nt civilia
in, loingfa ma) gubl) eapiain me alffereno betwe.
m.nt.irv lore. croSBUOg th- bol KM "'> ;1 telioiist BttO k
in which oniv on, oi two peraons actually srossed thi
llnas, t,. poaltton dss rackat kaaschers Bul for the sver-
aw lsm.1.. ,t seetna ahvfcast that the membera ol th.
I \ S,curit> Council including the British ami th.
French think argsed ti-rrorist grownups deserve mon
protectlan than small Jewish chikln n on their way lo
school .


Friday. June 12. 1970
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
t LEVENTM,4La*CAl. CIRCUIT
OF FLORMBA in and for
DAOE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION-
No 70-82
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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II Florida
' v i..i Plaintiff
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUMTTa
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No 70-O47
, ^NTICE BV PUBLICATION
John i"si:rn sii.i,.ski
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-9967
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMK'S I. THORNTl IN,
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or PI.....Ins In ih.- ..in-.- "i
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR".
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOSUDA
V. NO 917
IN Rig ESTATE <'!'
I KAN'KS ISAKCI.l.K
Tl 'M I.I \S' '.N
1 .. .,-. .:
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO peraona v\ho ma) l.- Iicira f
lii ..I iii.- lui. PR A M |.;s IS.M1EI 1 ;
Tl >M LIN'S" i.N ..11,1 :.|| ..Un 1 pet -
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pra) ins for A I>i'teri f Hi
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defi M.11.!.. ui ih Ii 11 1 .1
rat pul I-- '
and .....i" 1 in :
upon petitlonei .1' I'.iin-v \- h
an |.. 1:1:1 :
Al I-..N \ nih:k I IF Ml EHS KM' V ,
I'i iRTER, 1 K\ INS' i.N K'
113(1 8.W I 1 .-' -I mi 1
If you fall t" 'I" no, hi'Ili 1
I., entered in ilui nui u|
I" '
\\ ITNKSS m> If ml nlltf Ihe > I
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FRANK I: Imw 1.KN1;
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11 11. un 1 '..ui t Si .'I *
Nil -1 published "i posted on Jump t
". i:'T" J. mlali PloriUian
1. -. 1 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD =
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 70-9838
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 v. k 11." .1. n m:i-:
t-a
' K VTHRI \ II IRE
. Tl' KATHRYN HARK
ill Asa lea sir. 1
I'i Vlli'l iuI* ina
Y..U. KATHRI N II Mil-, are in
h) ni'iifuil thai a I'-ill of
1..- 1.....11
lotted at Miami. M'.riU.i tin.- IKth 1 Congdiiint
'i.i\ "f May. AD. 19"" Tin- notice
. 'it-, uit ''. iuri "ii "i
da) of July, 1970
Judsmt nt i'\ 'l. -
.n asainat you for
ih, r.-liHf demanded .11 Ihe Hill "I
l-T'ii
RANI
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-9S48
l.'iilETTA P TRI STY.
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f
1 v MEM ARTlll'l: TRCSTT.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
1" JAMBS ARTHI II TRI STY.
I' 8 t'oa-i 1 .u.tt 1 Yard
r.ullduuf -
'urt la II.' n
ludtlmor.. Ml' :i
Yti: AKK HBREItl N'trTIPIBIl
tl ..' an Action t.i|. hei n
.' cnii'-i >-u and you r.-.iuir-
-I t.i .-^'r\a s "P) "I >"Ui Arlttei dt
,i .,.,. on HITK \'T:i:
.' 1 .' 'KlilNfl \ I'I Pis
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II..tl. di, Kl-'i l.i mil file thu 01 iRtnal
. ith 'In- ' urv on ..r 1 t.i rd I 1 Jut)
liwi !- 1 'ii -t i" si 1
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I Court < '' -: T--1 Ms|
1: It 1.1 \ 1 ti- H 1 v.n Clerk
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11) MA It'll 'Kit 1: i-.i:\t
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
No 70-9W4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' 1 i'K GLORIA l^'ll
Plaintiff,
vs
".'iF. in. s \ N'; 1 < -ii
slant,
YOI, UK' ilt< IE Htt-SANO I' 'H
. n ." .j Bmhaaay "f
K.-pul'ln- 1 Chn Thailand ar
iiiir.-d i" our anaw 1 lo Hi.-
.1 i.ni.t fi 1 .1 1...... h
' the al'\ u
up-. IT'.liM v n >HBN,
' ir plaintiff '
' '"iisreaa Bids Mum PI01
r bi fur. June .'". or 1 !-
mi.Ii.uit ill bt taki .1- fi ed
I'ATBP y i) 27th I'-.T"
11 LBATHBKMAN
iT.rh of th. 1' Ult I .-uit
iti 1 l- it iii:i \nh
lii-pu's Clerk
: :-. li 5.1J-I9
IN THE COUNTVY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDAIN PRO-
BATE
No 863M
' hi: Batata "f
1 \thi:i:ini: r.-k MACPTONO slag
km>wn ? CATIUDKINB ,MA'iPI"NT;
I'.-. ,1 -. .1
S'OTICB T< 1 CREDITORS
To ah Ctaduiors ami ah Psraorw
llavlns 'tiiini-- "r Peinanda Asm -'
Sa 'I Kal ii.
You are h.-r. 1.1 notified and re-
quired t" press nl an) clslnii and 'ii
m.iii.l- whi.-h you ntaj ha\i asninvt
all of CATHERINE O K
M v (pit .N'; .1. .......1 i.,-. ol 1'. 1.
1 un 1 \ plot Ida, lo Ihe Count)
Judst" of hade County, and flh ihi
- in. Tin.in ate .'! aa pro' i'1 I
.--.. 1 1 pi 1 id.. Statutei., in
t>.-.r thi 1'. u .- > -n-
I'adi 1 ii 1'. 'i, iv it't -
-i\ 1 .ii. iiil.ir ui"' ll fi'-in il.- 11.
JOSEPH TKVY \ BLVOVB
KAJOA ROSK PH'KKIJiAITI
,\-- Bsscuti 1
Flral publlcafson of thla hoi
ttia tSnd da\ .f May, 197 1
'MM El. l.i'HEl.
Attorn, j for BatatS
Irtl Ka-l FlaKl. r -Hli-. '.
Miami. PlornU
S :::' :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N. 70-1425
I In RE: Batata of
; 'IILI'A V U Il.ii '\
I a-vtl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ir.-.l'or- and All Pereon- Hav-
ing iT.uuiN ..r Dcmanda Afainnt Said
atate:
V"U are li.-rnl'\ notified and r.-iiuir-
.ii t.. preaent any unn- and demand*
*tn li 1 "u 111.11 I..,., asjainat tl.- aa-
:. t. ..f Mt1.HA V MTI.O.X de i-ueed
'.utr of IKtdi- County, Moridu, to the
t'ount)' .lU'lf'- "( I liide County, and
nl. Hi, s. m. 11 duplicali a nl a.' pro-
vldad in s. .la". 7.13 us Plorlda st.it-
.: n th. ir ofl in Ihe 'ount y
Cuurthou "I li.i.l. County, Plurida.
anthill si\ .-., 1. ..ii.ur muntlui from the
titn. "I th,- tir-i nu'l" SI '"'1 l..-t''',
nami "ill '" 'u i.-il
I'm.,I :ii Miami. Plorlda, Ihia : '!i
hall I-. 1-1".; I.- -i once
anoh week !"i four conaecutlvv vrscitx
In THE JSWISH PUiRIIH.*_N.
lMiNE \N|. OKI.1:1:1.11 .,' Miami
1-loriiLi. tin.-, ".nl dav "f June A l>
I'.iT"
E 11 IK VTMKll'IAN. Clark
Circuit Court l';..lr Cottntv, Kloiids
By: MAKUIKUITK KENT
I leput) dark
tt'ir.-uii Court Stab
l-ll 'Kl' II "f
IIUJAt'K HAl'.uNK
IT'hi S 'V 7ft S"-. ,t. Sit III
Miami. l-T"t Ids 3J1S5
-t. ''..
Attot ii.> 11 rat Plaintiff ;
.I
I'l.-ioliliu in '
the i'n -11.1 Court
la) "i -iu!\. |p]
tl'lL-llli 111 ll) -
- t \ou I -f
In tli. itm 1
'!'
1..11
'.-]: i-.-'-.
1 'omp
for 1 ot"i I ... been till asui
>"ii. and you arr retiuirad *to aervi
ropy "f >"iir Aii-ii. 1 or Readlns
llli- Hill .1 '.-n.I'I.nut oil 111. IT
.if Rttnrne) invm TflEitfX il: :
IIKRR, ESQ -"l -' Kid. I'."l. 1
liuilil.i.k. Miami, I'l'ii.lii :iti.l nl.
Knswer "r
office nf th. it. -
.ti or before tin nl '
If you fall '" 'I" no
fault hi i"- laki I.
(III rellel it. mil ii.l.-'l
Complaint
This no tin .'.,11 1" poMMiud 1
.-." h Seek for : -ur ..n-.-.-ut iv. f *
in Tin; .n:\visn 11 fiisiniAN
P"NX AND ORDERED 1" Mill
Pkirids, thi" 2nd du) of -iu; \ 1,
';..
II 1 EATHBRMAK. Clerk
Cil'Tlil *'"lirt. I Hoi'- ''ouill) i-T"l 1
H> MARlil'EIUTK KKNT
1 put) 'lark
11 Ti nil "I'Url Si all
M\Y11. THE! 'I"'KK HJ-TRG, ESO,
' ". I nidi Pedrral lluirdlas
Mi.inn Plorld '
Ti I IT: 'M 111
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K\,cutur ot if. Esta'- nt
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-.- 111. Hill III '
Dated ii \; tn
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s lit>MEll I) M 'i;ri"N.;
\ v i-i trntoi
Ft- t publli '" -' ol Ihla notln
trw 'tli da' ol Ma'
!' i-.M I. IIBATTY
' 1 \ for V -I III : tutor
1. Is M n '-' a.
---------------- n NnFR "* THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
MJllLt LNOtn (N md FOP DADE COUNTY,
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "" fZoiMDA ml PROBATE
NOTICH l HHRRHY 'IIVBN II it So 70 ISM
Ihe SiidanSsned, nValrtns i" ens GEORGE T. CLARK
under 1 itn a- n.iiii.- 1 -nuK i.-^u.,,. t
' '' I' I P k''.nni:tH u i:tiiki:v
tiinni. \ii-i.u.- Miami, Plorlda Intemla, i ..1M,.^
" let 'li Ihi tiers NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f the tin uit Court "i l'-i'i- <' ro All Crwbtora and All Prrsnn llav-
I ", 1 :., in >i Demand! AgainM Said
PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Camplf te ksrial aas1 ftnstrsl
mtrmmf aassO ft Paf 1 of mil
ty aai, tmcMiM pWMp atrrrts
Itwtlhl CkHry rs*
Cremotioa Service*
Modtrsfe Prksf
& HEAV^
MiMQRIAt PAKK
Kl.' HUM. UPSHKNS. INT' il I,
K |i I I'H-KTS
lit wt.i.i v \t .' .:ki:i.n" M.d
SHIRLEY '1 P
Attomet for
PI ORAL KMrlHINS, INC
1 1 ..|n Road
Miami it. ,r* Ploridn Is-W-S* I ".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREin tHVEN that
Hi., un.ii r-iKii.il. doltins '" ensase
in buaineaa uinl.-r the fi. lltloua
n.un- of I.IM'i'l.N MALI. ART
i'KNTKH nl "IJ l.ln.oln Rood. Miami
, llaauh, riorlda IS Inti ntlCal to
., -er -.."I name tli (he I
of 'lie Circuit Court "f I .''I' '"Untv.
PI' rids
AltT-W"Kl Ii I'lSTKIHl IT'ItS INC
R) .t'.SKI'll PISHEI^St'N. Prealdant
UH'H.\KL> *. HRtMMt
At''.rn. > 1 si Tor Art VV01 Id DlatriDU-
Iti.
I in.-..In Road
M ml DlSBh, Klori.l.i ..
"notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE B< HEiU:n^' (ilVBN thai
the un.i. r-i>.-i....l. deairing i" rntace in
buaineaa under Ihe fit iiii"ui> name of
REX SjUL'TH ai IOH Wth Bl Bn)
I Barbor latanil-, Pla Intend to r. si--
1 i.-i- -,,'i name with the Cler* of in*
in, un Court of Dade County, Fior-
Ida
BoleOwnera JAC'l! RECHT8-
iH ^PPBR and HELEN il
KB'HTSi'HAKKKK, hlk wife
NBUKIN PELUM an
AUomay(a) fur Appluaiit
TkI". Bane 1 'oni "Ur.-.-
.Miami, Fi*.
I :- 11-11
!> iti
i jU an I- lifted tt'l r. .nnr-
.,]',, p., ik it dem inda
U (isniliat 1
KENNETH w HBHKEI
( Dade County, Plo-
'nli., lo 'li- i'.'Ut.t.' Judcea of Hade
County, .i'i'l 'Tl.- 'In nuii. in iiiii.in
ltd a* i". id- d in Seel
Plorlda Statutei in iheir ofl
'he Count) Courthouai lindi Coun-
k'loiiil n \ ah nd ir montha
-..tn I hi time of the lit-t publti-utlon
,11 I,. I.,.- .!
KViala. tin.- IMIi
hi n "'. or t:.. .;-,
I luted ai Mwtrm.
.!:,-. f Ma) \ P '"T"
i;\ l.i.YN I. UERKBY
A K\. u: ri\
Knt IHllili.-hIioh of tin- in 'n "ll
.. i daj ul Ma) l70
Ml kiltS. KAPI AN I'lKTKK.
! F.\l.NSl i.N ft KP.NIN
iioni..>- Dm .>..-uirix
lliu 8W UI Sir.-tt. .Miami. Pla.
tSSt A/i-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKI'KY 'ilYKN that
the u'.'t, 11' 'I. il.-irtt'i; lo aaunuTS
i.ii-i:.-. under 'I. in ui."U- natne
ol HAKI'-iiK MANOR at "?|t 1-^.-1 li..>
fta I."i Inland", I". 1 ..I,. DISI in-
1(a) mm 1. '''I' lha
lip 1 11.: .ii of I hidi
1 'ount) 1 I... i.i 1
......REVNEB l.IN'li'
Pt,U'N|i.\TT. IN KM "In" I--'nil"''
. J un- Itif.Ti. Ti. .iMir. r
.,:.,' Ml Hi Id Road
Mavflald lleisht- Ohio MlSl
NVIXON A FKl-HMAV, BWJ8
At term >(-i tor Appli.iiiit
iiiii- 1'. 11 .
I, Pis 1
13 II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2104
In RK BstAK '
NATHAN v\ ALUM AN
I I, asr.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ..nil \ll PenmiiK Hat
mi: it.urn.- "i- I'.iuauil- Aj.-ain-: Said
K-'.,:.
^..u .11. hert-h) notified and requfrr-
. til.i.li \"U ma> havi ssnliiai Chi -
late .f NATHAN VVAIJlMAN d.
.....- ,1 lati ol 1 'ade 'ount) Ploritla.
to th. Count) Judsea I>adi County, I
and file thi 11 'lupin ate 11 nd ni.
-:--. IS, I
the Cou
i> Courthouai Datli County, Plo*
1. 1 month.'
, from the linii Ihi flral publication
me will i" barred
1 id i Mi.iin pun Ida, ihla Ird
id .in-... All IS
REL1 B VI Al OMAN
A- I-:-..-, u
l-':-t publication nf llil- ii..::.-. .,11
' ith da) ol .luii- ""Tn
Hi iRKRT I' HAN/.i I Y ESO.
tltl'l t"l I'v.-.-uti IX
\ II.
Park, Pla
r. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CM IS HBRBHY OIA'BN thai
' ic .1. r-iKii. .1 .1. -in 11s t" 'k-:ii:.
, ., n !. 1 :' 1' [|| 1. u no ol
lOE'S IIAR r-- .. Kill, ui >74.> N \'
South Rivet Drlvt .'Kaon Plorlda
int. n,I- t" ''-iii' : '1 ti.ilii. 11 ith
ih.- .T. rk ..I lln 1Tr.11 : I'ouit ol Dad'
> ..ion Pli '
\. tH LI'H \KSK Y
rllAKKKS OBRTLBH ESO
Attot "--.-.it i.rilAHSK Y
11.
Mi: in.

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OfVEK that
!i. u rum to ifi-'K.
;,, 11 il.T t1 fl. tilii'U.- I'ilin. "1
. I 1 i.a>- n MIRROR I'm-'
PEE : l"K at W -"''1 St Hi:i-
li-.ili 11 .'.' 1. -.. tee -..nl
S 1H1 llu Ti' Uil
of 1 ladi ui PI' rlda
JBSCS CARRBRA
.. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-'TH't: IS HBRBIIY GIVEN '
llli- unit- r-niin-'l deairing to f''nguKi
'mi- --. .. under Ihe t..-tni..u- t.-.tii. f
Hit HOW \Hi> \' BINHTOCK I' Y
N 1: ve North Mia
K- ', h. Pla in',ml- io rasiater -.- d
IIBIBI llli III. I'll rl. of th. Ol
Court "f I'.'l, County, Plorlda
IP '" AKI \\ BINMTt m'K I' 'i
I'K' T T-SI' 'N A I. ASS" n"! \TI. '"
SI' MH'.la: K'-SKIN ANH
HETLIIRONNER P A
\ 1 Vptil
;.." n i itivd
Mia 111 Put

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 1TI1 E IS HEREBY CSV EN 1
.1 .1. irint lo t-oi
Ihi : 11 n
IH >LTZ A 11.Ml' \.NY SI
..I
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reii
..1 11,.
I.ah.
' mi it. rids
':' -\ llli ihi
11 ur; "i liwi.- '
I.ACRIE S H.H.T7.
I-i ii': K IH IRNIK
I' .1 "'K Hi 'I UST'KI' II
IIIERT 1 S \N
> I.- iRNIM IH.
Ult '

11 M'KI.-
\l. ,11. pio.'d
Bj I
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1. \
lliil.TZ A
\ HAltltl.StiN
MPAN1
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICB IS HEREBY 'il\ I'N ll -
111.- ll'iil, :.....I .1. 1 111:
.11 I.u II
of Itl'.IT I'.I.IC III ILDINli v
\1 KRCI'RY K.I 11.1' ..1 1 I" t
V W ITlli v. nui Mi.hi '


-,n.l 1 am
Hi. il" 1 11 .uit 1'
I ..ol. '1. Plorlda.
IBPI K.l.lC CORP
li tin -I. i-i
N RIVERA '-- -
Soli i.i
.' SI' '
1111

I:
11.itn-
1 "li 1
, -IJ
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+J(**ist Ihrklitr
olicitE your legal notice*
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at iegal
rates .
iUal 37a- iS05
for mefweraer service
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NT .-! -i- is HEREBY c,i\ RN II
the U .'- in| I.....I..U-.
Ill- u H"l- .1 lln -f
l-.l.l' HOI'SK I '"1 SI 11
'I ,n-.r bus tda, PI 1 1S1M Inti nd
r.-L-i- ( Clerk f
tl 1 Tl ml 1 'out t of IHirt.. 1 -,.u
1
1 v 1 III RECHTSCHAKFER
IIIMI'N (i KI'iHTSCH.MT'KK
111- Ml f.'
ni:i S' in t, i'ki.hm \n
" 11
1 C if
M i.i 111. Pis I
.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thitt
if. u ul. i-iit'i- d, de ililUJ I'- ni--.li:.
nil- -. n iiii iiu it 11.n mi if
TK>TIVH-AI. \NT' 1'IH MTSS li i N v !.
SBKYICEf CORPORATION Rl I
1 ':.'' M ..un Pli, mi. 1, 1 -
aaid name t> ith the 1 "li
I of th.- Circuit '"Urt "I I nil. '.11
Plorlda
TECHNICAL ANI- PROFESSH >NAL
-1-0 \-i, -|.s ,|;|., in \-||, is
U; KLL1 \ 1: Recrctarj
' .-.' t, j-1.


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Peace StOl Eluding
Israel After 3 Years
* TEL AVIV (JTA) The
military government has sum-
med up three years of Israeli
occupation of Arab territories,
concluding that Jews and Arabs
can coexist and work in har-
mony together.
According to the report, which
WM issued on the third anniver-
sary of the 1967 war in which
Israeli forees occupied Kast Je-
rusalem, the West Bank of the
Jordan, the strip and the Sinai peninsula,
30.000 Arab* from the occupied
.intone- are now working at
JolM in Israel proper.
Some 26.000 Arabs from neigh-
boring countries vacationed with
ti lends, and relatives on the West
Hank last summer, compared to
lti.OO the year before, it was re-
ported.
Summing up the military as-
pectS of the occupation, the re-
port disclosed that 878 Israelis
were killed or wounded in the
Uttupiwl territories since the
. nd of the Six-Day War. Dur-
ing the same period, Israel suf-
fered 2,200 front line casualties,
which they had confidently ex-
pected as the result of their
stunning victory in the Six-Day
War, appeared farther away
than ever on the third anniver-
sary of that victory.
The occasion was marked by
Increasing Israeli civilian as w. II
U military casualties, and the
mounting concern over Russia's
direct involvement in Egypt's
military- efforts.
President Nixon made one of
I the grimmest assessments of the
situation to date in impromptu
1 remarks made to a group of
scholars at the White House. Hi
I commented on the Middle East
I twice, declaring that the area
I was "bubbling up and ready to
| explode BgaJn" and later mark-
ing that the Middle East was
about to go up."
Meanwhile, the peace so long
sought by the J> Wl of Israt I
the grimmest assessments to of
a figure which includes 528 dead.
"Oewisli Flor idian
Miami, Flortda Friday. June 12. 1970
Section B
200 Attend Federation's Ceremony
Hebrew Academy Students
To Tour Nation's Capital
More than 200 community
leaders attended the dramatic
building raising ceremony held
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation this week at the site
located at Biscayne Boulevard
and 42nd Street, where the new
Federation building will be con-
structed.
The program was highlighted
by the introduction of Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall and remarks
by Congressmen Claude Pepper
and Dante Fascell. Rabbi Sol
I-andau asked God's blessing.
Also included was a ceremony
during which the editors and
publishers of Greater Miami's
newspapers and the general
managers of major radio and
television stations placed the
news events of the day in a
"time capsule" which will be
placed underneath the lobby of
the new Federation building.
The "time capsule" is scheduled
to be opened in the year 2038.
when (he Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation will be celebrat-
ing its 100th anniversary.
Milton Weiss. Ki deration pres-
i'i' nl who pn Bided over the
ceremonies, explained the need
for a new central Jewish com-
munity address. Federation's
first president, Stank y c". My-
ers, spoke of the relevance of
Federation 32 years ago and its
continuing role as the centra]
organization for Greater Miami
Jewry.
The method of financing this
new structure was explained by-
Joseph H. Kanter. chairman of
The Century Club. Mr. Kanter
emphasized that Federation's
leadership, because of its desire
not to impair the vital CJA-IEF
campaign, had formed an or-
ganization of 100 general leaders
of the community to bear an
equal share in the cost of the
building's construction. F.ach
member of this group, known as
The Century' Club, pledged his
continued support to the CJA-
ikf drive, Mr. Kanter declared,
so that neither Israel nor any
local agency supported by the
Federation would suffer.
"Special recognition must 1.
Civen at this time to Leo i la n-
stein, chairman of the Building
Site Committee, whose untiring
efforts have made this buil ..
possible," said Mr Weiss.
The event concluded with the
1 i tiring of concrete into the
firsl cornerstone column of the
building, which is scheduled : i
completion next January. Par-
ticipating in this ceremony w i
Mr, Weiss, Mr. Kanter, Rob rt
Russell, general chairman of the
1970 CJA-IEF campaign; Arthur
S. Rosichan, Federation's c.v
Uvi vice president; Morris Lap-
idus. architect of the new build-
: ing: Samuel I. Adler and Star-
ley Arkin, general contract
who have formed a consortium,
togi ther with Robert Miller,
rating their efforts as a c -
munity service.
Men Of ORT To Meet
The next regular meeting of
t Greatt r Miami Men's ORT will be
held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in th->
a] Hall of Temple Beth Ri-
; ha< 1545 Jefferson Ave.
:. n shments will I- pro I
-. -v of Max Polikoff, wh i Is
i i rating his 77>th birthday
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
pal of the Hebrew Academy of
sti r Miami has announced
,i 5 "f the 55 itud nti lm
-i from the ninth grade
this week will fly to Wash-
ton D.C Moi d ij for a thn -
iy tour They m III I- ai
d by the parents ,I three of
. -its.
I>-:nng their stay In the na-
apftal, the) will be received
by Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's
assador to the United States,
and will l>c guests 'l the Hebrew
Academy of Washington. High-
ighting their visit will b I
i thi B*nal B'i lUi M iseum, the
! Voice ol Un rica the U S.
Senate the Houst <>( Representa-
- and the Flri ai ma Museum
: the National Rifle Association.
Debbie Osslp, who maintained a
I "i straight A i a\. ragi through
i'!.. yean ->f Junior high
school, was valedictorian of her
s, Three students with 3.92
T.imara F n Sharon
i arml arid Miriam Jacoboviti
ere narniil salutatorians Melvin
Fi it. Tainan's father, and Mrs
h Carmi, 51 an n't mother.
are two of the par- nti ai i om| ai
. the group on their three-da)
it; the third is Harold Tok.nvr.
The C aaa ol 1970 largest In the
history of the Hebrew Academy
includi d Joan Elgi i r, Debl i- Lieb-
erman, Rebecca Garmizo, Barbara
Waldman, Valerie Nagler, Bruce
Fishman, !> bbie Schlinsky, Ro-
chelle Bornstein, Lisa Pred, Jay
\ kai "'. Jacob l > li umi, I tebbie
i Kan n Travis. SI* lly Lip-
-.-.. i fan my Fi it, Sol Za
man, Jay Adler. Howard Kass
Donna Nevel, Debbii Osslp, Aaron
LeventhaJ and Steven Stupp.
Also Michael Gelfand, Ashley
Diener, Jonathan Zabel. Harvey
Bastacky, Saul Smolarcik, Albert
Sapoznik, Jeffrey Kirschenbaum,
Mark Jhmi.ii/. Karml Gross, Mir-
iam Jacobovits, Charles Orvieto,
1. i rge Minsk!, David Pollack,
Judy Tokayer, Barbara Kat/, Sara
W'eisman. Sharon Carmi, Hilarie
Salem, Alisa Gilbert, Chana Wald-
tnan, Bernard Ruber, Lee Rosen-
blum. Warren Kupin. Mltchel Ru-
bin, Bruce Kestln, Irving Renzer,
Sandy Nadler, Steve Rosenberg,
Sheldon Frank. Maurice F.jcn-
baum. Joseph Schrager, Jeffrey
Frt imark ami Jimmy Stang.
More than M) per cent of the
'graduates ill continue their
study in Ihe fall at the Mesivta
High Scho l >r tin Olga and Mar-
garet Wi ishaus Girls High School,
it v as announced.
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Jaclyn Kirscheiibaum W ins
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Some 50 or:*u BaJMBsd '" u*. aAi- of il.isix-s
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.. orr.rnar.dok u joscing to the
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Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Slohn oi
Tampa are members of a Ka
dassah tour presently in Isriel
Mrs. Slohn. c past president of
Hadassah. and her husband
are pictured standing in front of
Hadassah Hebrew University
Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Ohoiei Terah Program
Combines Study With Fun
Ohoi.i TVrah Day Camp. 1.SH
ilBrtxtaa Aw MBaari B.ach
lias announce-1 uiinxT iroeram
u+iK---. .^..1 nabk- suultnts to re-
. a BHBjMti in uhH'h tin % w n
waajk al hrinK th. ir acataBBb
tandarda ;. bir enjovina the!
innlar a Raiw>: A B Dleaoiiky i um
n-ctor. and : Dai..! -
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yi-ar-round teachers, will l a%*ail*
ablf to assist sti :-.'- in
h. Ip, it w u am
yiOST OF OUR GUESTS
FIND SOMETHING
UNUSUAL UP HERE.
AND TAKE IT HOME
WITH THEM.
Ifl om*thinr raraly found bj the audst a 1 modttn
r*jrt btvdiaR with ev. ry sport and social activ:tj
jm^aable. A reeUnC- Of armth. And f rier.d!-.r.,s. And
** iVs'afeelina >. U tttt t^ moweat you leaae tar eoid
f*mrnt of th* highway and pa* >nt ojr private part of th*
country. You're with friends. And you ve jro- 13M acres
filled nh exoling thing*. U. do. day and n.g> b Or jUia*
little hideaway* to get away from it aU. lnajd* ar.d out.
Cotue. W hether you golf I on the Bg G. the moat
baauUful r.vwgoH .ourae in the I 9 A. >. pfey teams. lw*Sj|
indoors or out. fish. hoat. play all day. danca all night, of
just lose yourself in the country, what you'll take away
when vou leave is -ha faalinjr thai you n Wayuig home.
. For reservations ^ your travel agent or w rrfe Depl. ^
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in a Jewish homer*
Anywhere?
There must be a reason for such popularity. Several reasons, in fact! Like
flavor (the beans arc packed in a delicious tomato sauce)...and conven-
ience (you just heat the beans and they arc ready to serve) and kashruth
(parevc, too. On the front of the label is tin: seal of THI
IINION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF
AMERICA.)
.Serve Heinz Vegetarian Beans soon, Hou about tonight?
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Friday. June 5. 1970
* Je* ist Fhridli&tf
Page 3-B
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
COMMUNITY LEADERS AND WORKERS OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND HONOR
MR. AND MRS. HERMAN MEDOW, AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL, MAY 31st. 1970.
MANY OTHERS RECEIVED AWARDS FOR THEIR DEDICATED WORK IN BEHALF OF
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND.
Standing 1. to r. Abraham Grunhut. first vice-
resident; Herman Medow, Simon Tetenbaum,
Miriam Press, comptroller; Emauel Mentz; Irving
Pietrack; Sam Pascoe; Cantor Saul H. Breech;
oseph Albert; Mrs. Hyman Dubowy, Mr. Hy-
man Dubowy. Sam Kopkind. Seated left to right:
Mrs. Beulah O. Davidson. Mrs. Peter Heller.
ttII I^ll flftl
Starding left to right: Mr. Hany Rosen. Mrs.
Frieda Sack. Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mr. Abraham
Fraidlin. Mrs. Rose Lustig, Mrs. Rebecca Cen-
der. Mr. J.Z. Stadlin. Mrs. J.Z. Stadlin. Mr. Isaac
Jacobowitz, Mrs. Ida Bookspan.
Seated left to right: Mr. Irving Cohen. Mrs.
Anna Warren.
From 1. to r. Mayshie Friedberg. Bernard Silver
Mrs. Bernard Silver; Samuel Kagan; Bernarr
Katz; Jack Filosof; Shmuel Fershko; Beulc'.-.
Davis, secretary; Max Affachiner, Mrs. Mcx
Affachiner; Rebecca Cender.
* Hflll
to r. seated. Herman Medow; standing: Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. chairman of the executive
emmittee; Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Dubowy, Dr.
..ving Lehrman. chairman of the J.N.F. Founda-
on. and Judge Zev W. Kogan. president of the
southern Region of J.N.F.
L. to r. Judge Zev W. Kogan, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Medow, Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of
the J.N.F. Foundation; Mrs. and Dr. Aaron
Medow, and Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz, chair-
men of the executive committee.
L. to r. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz chairman c:
the executive committee, Irving Cohen. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman. chairman of the J.N.F. Foundation-
and Judge Zev W. Kogan, president of the
Southern Region of J.N.F.
vt u/IIIIHIIUf
- to r. Judge Zev W. Kogan; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chairman of the
executive committee; Miriam Press, comptroller, Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
c: ihe J.N.F. Foundation; Beulah Davis, secretary, and Abraham Grunhut,
vice-president.
L. to r. seated, Herman Medow; standing, Judge Zev W. Kogan, president of the
Southern Region of J.N.F.; Rabbi Mayer Abrcmowitz. chauman of the execut.ve
committee; Mrs. Rebecca Cender; and Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the
J.N.F. Foundation. (Pd. Adv.)
Maytr Jay Dtratr,
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t-JenisMcrkfian
Friday. Juna n
Relatives, Friends Join In Celebrating Schnur Anniversary Laymen To Conduct Friday Eve Sen*
Retnttvea ami Mends of Franc-I ffaii
I Schnur convergi i Mr
on Mi m: Beaeh mrntl) i" !<>>; I
at the i'..i/;> Hotel
Schnur, who represented
of in.- gn iteM wm In thi
in the .-.U-bration >f their Ooll'i
Wedding Annlverwry at a gall
MR. and MRS. IRVING SCHNUR
Wometco Theatres

"III n>\
IS II I I \SI
Business and art Bekfci during his
long professional career, Mas eerv-
t iMreetora^ofj
several Nea Year* banks ana *
d chairman of th- board o
PI, ; fa p| istic and Chemical Cbm-
i an\ Mrs Schnur. one of the most
it worm 11 in charitable 01 -
sauiizatlons both here ind In New
Yen k is a p.is' pn Baden I ol the
\ i York tflhpters ol itisrachi
md Hadasaah. There is hardlj 1
university, hospital or cultural
cause in Minn New York or Is-
which hhi nefltfed from
hei des oted en le is 01 a
Here to paj 11 bu te to
parents wi n Col Warren L
Schnur and his family IW11
.v is decorated bj three govi 1 n-
is .it the 1 nd ol W irld War
Hi. Celeste, who came In fi
Chicago with her ramlb iher bus
band Alan Stone, has htst
named professor of Political
it Rutg L'nlverslt) and
li ,,-, Schnur, well-known tele-
vision producer who res k -
Coconut Grove.
One of the highlights of the
tacular evening was film
.vhirh Jerrj pal together for n
,si,,n. tractOR the hiatorj.
nir ountrj and th.- .tor) ol thi
Sr+rrrui famil> from the beginning
of th" centtir)
There waa roar of ktughtei
when the en of nude grand-
Men Raaanne, -1 end >
beth, 2 came on the screen. Rosali-
ne will soon be married in a
den wedding al hercountr) h
in N'i-'.v Milfonl CnlF-.
..... .
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TWIN"!
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A BEST AM BUY
aiiw arna em in laum
ntooo,
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MM BflKI ettl SM fUSOKI
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l.SM >* FOOR'S FOCUS TOURS
mtitt i*i3i rum Hi*xi
:04G'4ND AVI COCONUT C.SOVP
at, 444-0434 for mio.
Anwng the out-of-town ju
were Re\ Aaron Caplow ol Long
h N V M'- Isa n- K
ol Rabbi Klein, pi 'I
Religion Buffalo ti
Duwld E Rhodes ol Chk
Charles S rTerdB ol New York. Mi-
ni,) Mrs Leonard Manson and
Louai Sylveetei of Mlnneapolfcv
Mr. ami' Mrs Lesti r Lewis, Mr.
,,, 1 Mrs Guatave Werman ol
N w York. Frano slsti 1-. R< -
gina Kargi 1 and ft lie Kohn,
Irvir-gs sisters, Henriette Strobei
.,,! pear] Jacobs who flew In
for the
Shapiro Di Louis B inrm, Di
Mara I R md ind R 1
Wi .< -' ii>'' v
joining iti Ihe tribute
Special Race At Flagler
An added attraction a( Flagler
K< mel Club Saturday nighl will
be a Mai ith n Mat< h Race pHting
Aprils Hist against Rig Traj No
ering will be made on the
S7.500-added spechal teat, which
will I* run In addition to thi
uiar 12-race program.
Beginning Prldaj ewnlng. a
one-hour family aervlce starting
,i t '.11 i'm. will be held al Temple
Betfi Moshe, OS50 W I*xie Hwy..
North Miami. RtfbH J.Kcph A.
Gorftnki I, spiritual trader of th<'
,tion. and the tetnplc's re-
cently elected pivtJdent, Gerald
m 1 have announo d
The novel U atuie ol these Fri-
da) ew ning services during the
suimsti Mvmths is thnt tli.-y Will
,,,., ,, ,| ntln is b) lay peo
11, with a two-couple team lead-
ing i.-ii s, 1 \ 1.. and preeentlng,
tead of a sermon, segments or
' 'adin
Ihe Sabbath assign, rl
"Th.- olM. ct of 1
I'.ahhi (;orfink. I said
graater lay partlcii
1 eligiooa and 111
the synag gue Thr
s. rvking cl rgy" a ,
:sh tradition In II
goguc, the J' w is
thin :' m lu- owi
ihv synagogue
"In our Conn
we ilao Involw th,
!a\ DI Oflll
,s thinR' in
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Friday, lune 12. > 3^0
Faqe 5-B
|)cl>orali Chapter Install* Slate
Th, off! ri Gn aler Miami
in of I> rspttal wen
tiled at a recent meeting In
i Aiu'H-rs Hot drs. David Mi-
I ii Ison served] .1- Ihe installation
olfic 1
Heading th. m -..<>< taking Dp
haren Rodman Becomes
Mrs. Stephen Aissen
Kan n Rodman and Stephen
Paul Aimen Ai married Friday.
-9. in the ohapel of Temple
I rM Prtvkl.
The bride i-- th rl.iiitfhter of
Mr and Mrs. Max Rodman, 1356
ISW 21* It
Parent! of th.- bridegroom an-
I Mr and Mrs. A rttom. 7800 S\V
|jjth St
The reeepti I the aftornooti ceiemonji was held
in th.- David William Hotel In
I Coral Gables
Mr and Mrs. Aisvn plan to
I make Miami their home.
their il-iti.s was Mrs. Michael
W'ahl of Miami l5.-a.-h The \ ice
preaMeMa ksdude Mrs Nathan
kubei. who win alaoaerveai traaa-
ret and eorresp. ftdtnf, se.retary:
Mrs. Sam Strongin. ways and
11. nns, and Mrs. Sidney Moaeaon,
membership. Secretaries are Mrs.
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Frances LeMa social.
More than $34.01X1 has been
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support of the NYw Jersey Hos-
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cancer and operable heart disease
without regard to race, rebgton,
or ability to pay.
Simon's Announcing
Bonnie's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Simon of
7141 Wayne Avc, Miami Beacn,
announce the engagement of th Ir
laughter, Bonnie Ellen, to Donald
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Jen 1st flor*0%r
Friday. June 12, 1973
Brenda Blumin Becomes Bride Of Bruce Rubin
Kolbers Announcing Abb\"s Engagement
h
mas. sffucf s. ubin
7/v
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Brenda Blumin and Bruce S. Ru-
bin won- married Friday morn:ni;.
June 5 :n a i.i'ii ly ceremony at
Tample Kmanu-Kl. Miami Beach
The bride, dauehter of Mr and
Ifn, Moise) B!um:n. SXV) SW 50
Terr.. Is a praduate of South a. -
Miami High School She is pre-
sently a senior at th.' Universit)
1, when
In f-: llgU ***
I5re-.it u; n Who's
Wh > In An
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it of Sigma 1 > it 1
\ She -
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for the Undei.::. dent 1 i
S '. irstvp Ch tirman (or Pan-
heilenic C uincil
The Ki*oom. son of Mr. and Mrs.
u.
Nooaci
ORCHESTRAS
Earl M. Rubin. 7921 SW 16 St,
is a praduate of Soutfiwasl M
High School and the tniversi'y
if Miami, where he majorad in
naliant
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w 1, ditor of the
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n Hurricane, was empl
by the Umvet tj oi M Pu-
rl
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m with

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profes
tisin 1 'v .
MaM of honor was '
nee Besl n in mi I
m'$ brother. Gar); ushi r<
m Gi IzeUe R ixen an 1 Daniel
Blumin.
After thr h m. ymoon in I/indor..
the couple who met on a blind
date more than mras > m ico
will raeide in the "Dadeland I
of Miami.
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Kolber of
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Gables Senior High
aride-eJact who
ifter sh.
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completing th.- 4 .
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Friday. June 12. 1970
k^utfhrkfiar
Page 7-B
Cheryl Sue Tytell,
Becomes Bride
()f Harold A. Cole
Cantor Mom Ttttelbaum, 86.
. bride's KranclfatluT. chanted
traditional blewlngi aver the
ih win ii Charyl Sue. daughter
Mr. nnd Mr*. Bernard Tytell,
s\v aoth SI became the
i v of Harold Allan i '' b1 the
r c Hot< i "ti S inday. June 7.
> E Lan Cantor
ion offii '' the
p.m. tillion
Thi n cepl ioi w as held in
Reg< iu> Room.
bi Hi.. now
} : i< it ion major at the '
Miami, a here sh La on the
i List, grad lat I M i
ioi High School wit* I tas-
: from Miami Hebrew High
i : SIm was a member of the
i Woman national honor so-
and Omaga ivita Psl.
bridegroom, who has been
t ithletic coach at Coral Gablt-s
Yo *th Center for several years, is
, hiata of Coral Gables Senior
High School ami attended Mem-
i State University before en-
i illing at the Unlventty of Miami,
where h' is gnduatlng this sum-
with a degree m Business
i BgemenL He is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Herbert 3 Cole of 528
( atalonia Aw., Coin'. Gables.
For her wedding, the new Mrs
Cole chose an A-line gown of peau
(' ioie with reembroidered AJen-
lace apphques heavil) sccent-
rlth seed pearls and tapered
i ._ beads. The scalloped Illusion
kline and sleeves matched the
; ...: length appllqued ind beaded
ilia; a cluster of Is flov
.ii m it h K i d | foi
I. r crown.
The bridal pai" luded the
i cousin l la:. I '. -nan
u i served as mai Rita
p. *ii. It, Susan Kurt ind Mona
R brioV in aids brldi -
c .. Joan Ti lt< I wer girl.
H*ma Reichelle, Robert S. Mandel Repeat Their Votes
Rona Cheryl, the daughter of University of Miami, where she is
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Reichelle.
13835 Arch Creek Tar., North
MRS. HAROLD A. COlf
The groom's brother, Harry II
Cole, served as his best man; the
bride's brother. Mail; Tytell. Mi-
chael Gentea and Gerald Douglass
nsh. red.
In addition to C intor and Mrs
Moses Teitelbaum, the bride's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ty-
tell, Gary Tytell and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Garry came hrom LOS Angeles
to atti nd the ceremonies. Ted Ty-!
tell, who is serving with the C.S.
Air Force in Nebraska, was also
present, I>r. and Mrs Morris Zim-
merman. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Km-
in, Mr and Mrs I. Kisenstat.
and Mrs. Ernes! Snyder came for
I he occasion from New York
State; Louis Teltelbaum and the
Seymour Cohens ol Silver Spring.
Mil., were also among the guests.
Mr Cohen is national program di-
rector for B'nai B"i Ith Youth.
Ait- : i six la) New York Citj
honeymoon, the newlywi Is will
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majoring in Secondary Induration,
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service club; National Teaching
Profession Club, the University ol
Miami Hearii i mmittee, and
\ ciated '.'.' 'a Student
residing Judge on J'. Ii Board.
The a cum
if Mi-
ant and is now enrolled in the
University of Miami Law School.
He holds the rank of captain in.
the U.S. Ai-iii) Reserves.
The bridal party included Mrs.
Linda Plancey, matron of honor;
n. tty Blum, Mrs. Kom i> ssne and
bridesmaids; Calvin
:h< :. ', w i Don I
Lessi ffrey PI in y and Hvr-
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Miami, and Robert S. Mandel, son
if Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mandel, .
1921 s\v 18th Aw., repeated then
vows before Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Sunday in 7 p.m. ceremonies held
in the Seville Hotel. A reception
(or the couple followed at the
hotel.
The bride is a student at the
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Friday. June 12
*IO*m t.lTTH.*0\
-
kham J. to ot>-
his Bar Mftzvah at Heth
f n \\'-iin>pp
10 Hat fiis;
ilovtliig th. Shacharfl
us n-a.lmv:
and th. q> clal
S
\ Liajsethiti tm to of-
i kh i a, followed by
Cidfluati in honor ol Ha i
~> nth g*a alt (lint at
HWrfrw Ac art. in, of Orfatcr

l< r> From N.\* York t> attend
t fratlviihn me Moatie'a grand-
.'- Mi Y. tti R..k-t md Mr
Mi- Wuhan. GHteMon
TtlKKY l.K.BOSYIT/
tha (tauaMBr of Mr. ami
u 'it. i Letwwftz, ii e '
itc h. r Hat Mnzvah at Tteate
m at 10:45 am 1
.. Ji with Rat>t)i I-con
nisi : Fk ial hik.
ci h 1'iant i* a Studi Hi ii
; th SI olorri i Confirm*!
J \M( B I.IP/IN
n I o( Not i Mi>
Bkai J

F K. ten dj Junior ;
- ool.
TOIH> MOIIKK
Rnbl adutz tti'-i-
i.irlrl.
th* aon >: Un Trudy Moore ol
'StfU-v*' "'* Saturdaj
morning, June 13 al Beth Torah
CmigiTRarlmi T.xVi la a >t intent at
Johi. F Kennedy Junioi High

KH I II < tHk\
** aon t Mi and Mrs.
Reman! Cohen of North Sfaami
ekaeh, wii hfceona? Itnr Mtt/vah
it Beth Torah COtagtesatkai Sat-
nntay mefldhg. June 13. with
Rabin Max Lipartitt/ offiemtinc.
"Hi. ceMxwM is anrofled at John
K Kerrtwty J'tnior Hiirh *ehool.
MARK VKirni.AMk
Saturday nwnmn, Ji.n. 12, at
1-u-th Tm i' Congregation, Rabbi
Max LidaCMtt will offletata at the
Bar V't/vnh Of Mark, son of Mr
and Mra Joe] Frie&land of North
Miami Beach. Mark attends John
F Bftiiwdj Junior Hh;h School
NANCY TOWN
NalKry Kllyn. the .lauchter of
Mr. an.! Mra Mleha- I M Tobin.
v*s Bui* t r>r Coral Galbles, will
-. Bai Mitaarah at Temple
.' : Ira Cora
i. j
A severrTh grade honoi il denl
.' High
n I
: k ck
teams a ol the
tea Shi will con-
linui at
rU Wprlrer DaWej mmttim Tarry Uaoar.fi Itrnncy To*.-) Moshf Cifhrlson Gordon tAjfa
Tempi. JiHlea tliroiitrh Conflrma-
Mi and Mrs ("hnr'-s Tohin and
Mr. ami Ma. rVn RMMaaM will
be amone rhi pM at the
Oration
Sanfon-t Cain, the son of Mr
and Mrs Vymom Samuels. ISrm
3W Hfith A\t.. will beeorrn' Bat
Mit/\ah M T.-mr*- Or Olom an
Saturday, JHine 13.
Jnford is a \-enth rade to-
denl at Waal .Miami Junior High
School, and plays trumpet in tht
school band.
Mr. and Mi^ Samuels uill host
the Kiddash following th. lervicea
Saturtias m their son's honor. The
guests will include Mrs Annie Ko-
del and Mis Minnie SanuieK the
.flchrant* grandmothers, and ln>
great aunt. Mrs. Ida Fox, "f Chi-
ago, III
A reception and dtntiei will 1'
held in cesrftratJM al Ha o casior
S.irda. i Bt 'b. Pit I
Contttr) club
D\\ II H KKR
I>:(\ d i a an "I hUr ami Mrs
Lear. WerJari ili i- ealM to th.-
Torah as a Bar Mit/\ah Saturday
l.". at T mple Sinai <( North
Dade.
!>.r. .(; att nds T. mple Sinai (: -
Majloua School and John K Ken-
lasaV Junior Hich Brtsaai arhm
ne is in the seventh grade He
^as N-en on the honor roll, and
won i Si i T< .i< i~ ..inl at
his Bchool
Davm's pan nts will hoM a pa>
rapftafl in his honor at their horn.
MfS MAT1.IN
Rabbi \oi-rv..in N Shapiro will
ofTiciate at the Bar Mltzvah of
11 .id Si ial t. the s ; .^**
Mra lot
where his pan
era of I
i'
'Its ,,| ..
Mis Club at in. |<
Matlii i a
pk 's choii am!
,1 th> IS V Y :! I
A v rental trad. h<..
al Falnvtto JoniMi 1
UarfM pia.vs ti >imi
lairnl ami has received
iMtr.i-nmrai Bjaaftl
In and Sin Matlii ? .
trie Kl.ktllsh lol'iw.i
:n honor ot the tell ha at I
a i cc-(>t i.in Saturda \
he YM-YAVHA Att. Mint; 1 t.
ii;s ciandiwrents. Mi an I
Irving Math'., and Ma _: it
l- rrund Jr.ffe. Philu,
Irvinu Jaff.
PROFESSIONAL READING
Old
EDUCATIONAL CENTER
THIRD ANNUAL
SOCIAL SUMMW PtfADIMG PROGRAMS
GRADES 1 .12
TWO S-WEIK SUMMER SESSIONS
* DIACNOfTlC TESTING SPEED READING
REMEDIAL READING MATH INSTRUCTION
LOCATfD AT 21N HOlirWOOv UfO.
MM 111
PineCres*
DAY CAMP
A Unique Summer Eoer!ence
For Boys & Girls 4-12
.\K1 BASLAM
Cat}*, the son of Ml aivl Mis
Mori Sasl iu will i i died t>> the
Torah as ., Bai MAtavab Sat
Jun. : it the > isiii. i ol
( ; || ;. I- Bit I'1 SWI sli'.d. It ;il
jl y Rermady Junk
School and plays m the clarinet
action "'. th.- school'! hand.
Following the aprviees, a Kid-
daati will hi red by Mi
Mis Saalau for th. congregation
family and frii IHJa. and on SUl
thej will hold a luncheon in rta-ir
: s honoi it the r 'lean
Hotel
Among Ihe honored suests will
be !.;s inBmDttsrr from New
York M's Sophie Weiner; hu
Harr\- H^rshk.m it/,
am! grandmother, Mrs. MolaV
Saslaa
Gordgtl, th. lion of Dr. and Mrs
David Bight, of Bay Harbor, will
become Bai Mltzvah Saturd.t>.
June 13, at Temple M.nnrah With
Rabbi fctayer Abr.imuwit/ offkaf-
bting
Gordon is a Itudent at NautllBS
Junior Hii;h School, whefe he is in
th. s. ..: th .;
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior sumr-er
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
Championship Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and wafer sports by top Pros Pool and lake swi-*""ing
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 27-ak;ist ir>
CAM* DIRICTORS VICTOR E. JACOBSON A. RIFKIN
For Rrachwra and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sabring, Fla. call collect 81 3 385-0151
Florida's FSrmI o-J
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KAYAKING SCUBA SAIINNG TENNIS
SWIMMIFeS IATON PONIES DIVING DANCING
JUDO CHAKM FENCING WARM LUNCHES
ml if no nmuiMS auuno*c moqw*
SESS.ONS OPERATE WEEKLY. MONDAY rhrowo> FRIOAY
JUNE 15-AUG. 21
APPLY NOW! LIMITED ENROLLMENT
THE
: ROOSEVELT
SCHOOL
PINR CRIST DAV CAMP
Mr Larrv j PetSirortJ. Artrr>in'*tro*0'*
! Aootrts
l! crv
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SKippjx Point. Stamford Conn
Phon. '703 375 1731
Mtrt.n SchwantcMU. D.roctor
Co Ed Board ng School
Grd* 9 r.-owjh 12
Accrfd 'PO M.gh & Collog* Pi*p
School
G*d,<.> .*u in all lead ng
Coltoget tnd Un.vrv' *t
.M(nj.,ih comaral ttami Mo
Call Mrs. M. B>rer
FMSI 511.0403
I
I
SUMMER CAMP
June IS Aug. 7
Day Or Boarding Ages 7-17
Alt Inclusive Fit Boarding $435 Day $325
8 WEEKS BF CMlFREE Fill BN BISC1TNE BAT
Swimmmj So.l.ng CynnoilKt Arti fc Crolli
laons AN Sport, Coochmaj CI.oki for Motor Soorti
Spouol loooWtf Proarom Modern Ftrvorool tuildiogi
Also iccrti'ltti Sueimtr Schaal Frarran
ochurt or. Paajuatt VaHon Wtkarn
MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
10601 tacoyrio Bi.d Miomt. Fla. 33131
Phon7).-764t
FoH Torm Op.nt Soot. IS. 1*70
Roy At G-rl Day Studontt Accrpted For Foil Term
CALL FT LAUDERDALE 524-3652 (WEEK DAYS
We Alto tFaeiwt* Camo Hifnlowder m Miafclaeat, MX.
AYS)
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GRADES 4 to 9
13700 NORTH EASE 10th Ave
Ceriif.ed Teachf rs
Arxjrcved C 'mcoV
Ind.vidod' ^od lns"pc
9452946
947-1348
CAMP
W
MENORAH
DAY CAMP
under supervision of
Rabbi Stanley Weiss
June 15 to August 7
4 12 Year Olds
* Swimming
* Sport*
Drama
* Music
Arts A. Crafts
740S CAlim
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TRANSPORTATION AVAILABtE
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Friday. June 12. 1970
vlmtilA fkrkli *r
Happenings
The Mri .\il-Br-.-i Doaj Show
Hid OlN'tliriKc I nils will be
held from S a in. tii 11 pin Sun-
,i.i. m Dinner Key Auditorium
More than ihk> doga \>ill !*
judged; top doss in the nation
will be competing for champion-
ship ixnnis and additional hon-
.i Pared N. Hull will judge
the rntriea for ihe coveted Best
1 Show award
Thr promotion of t \*. > mem-
bers '.l i-' management atafl to corporate
vice pn aidentlal poBta has bei n
announced Thev an Jacob I.
liotttleb, preildenl >f the 66-unlt
subsidiary Food Fair i. II,
Field* Maeaaaal DepNtrtmenl
Mores, and HijmawO. Mandril,
din ctor of produce opi rations
for the 560-store food chain
Both Mi Gottlieb ami Mr. Man-
di II an n iklenta of Pennsj I-
\ .'II.. t
Edward Mr.imi..ii. fbrmci \ Ice
n ayor and councilman ..i South
Miami, haa Been appoints by
inmK-ioiiir Bar! Blaia to a
27-mtrnber Loral r,\. rnment
Si idy i on.
The Boai I of Direct ; Ihe
I.M.is.,11 N.nion-.l Bunk <>l Ml*
-mi Beach haa innouni the
kntmeni ol Matw*U n.
Hoaaaajcer, a veteran ol
than I l M ais in tae bank!
I d urtry who K>hVd the stafl in
1968, as a lidetil
\il> l. OUmmbj, tsauciaU-
Profi -vs.,i- In th< School ol > tal
\\< i k at Bftrrj CoHcri .s aen -
ing as cllaliillUn "f the Southern
Regional Institute on the theme
"Hi mar Sexuality and Social
Work Practice." being held In
Fort Laurierdale through S'in-
> ay Kafvej L. Oar&raa, a pro-
t tn ttv Division of S .;.,i
Work at Weal Virginia Univer-
sity and coauthor "i a i*>k on
ih. sulrjrct Is trWorM speaker
Visiting teachera of the Dane
County public aahoola will lour
Vajiet> IUMraVl II.Mpltnl on
Friday aa part of a year-round
educatiorial pnnram to lofp the
i. aihers Informed with regard
to ttie functions of various local
rwalth and wt'afaut Institution.
The tour will l- conducted by
Mi-nry K. Lord, the hospital's
executive director.
Construction will begin this
year on .. S38 million 37-story
office bi'ilding to I* called the
t mi..I NatlaaaaJ Rank Bull.line,
fronting on Biscasnc Boulevard
ht-twrvn KlaRl-r and SE Flrsl
Street Developer is the One
Him:i\iu- ( or|M.r.it n.n. a wholly-
mvrntl sulisuliary of KIH. Kn-
tcrpraMs, Inc., developer of a
number of apartment, residen-
tial. Commercial and industrial
projects rhroogStoul the Carib-
bean and 1-atin Ann rica. The
principals of EHQ are Henry
and Arid (intirrr.-r. I'uhan-boi n
brothan who became American
mi/ins while retailing in Puerto
Rl. Architects are E. II. Gu-
tirrrr*. a.I..\. and Assatclatsa "t
San Juan, P.IJL, and Fraga and
\*MM-tiiti- Miami attorney Matthew ttln-
*wi has Ijn-n fajraUlted to the
Rectonnl Tak Kncce for Rr-
Cn 7 i Hailr, Hrowanl. Palm
Beach and Monroe Counties'
formed by the Stutr Mat
*J"ne> 1m\\ Knforcemrnt I'lun-
'iBbk t'ouncll and the (iovrrnor'x
Tak Force on Narcotb"*. Dan-
t-rou-. I>nic and Alrohol Atilliw.
Mr filaani. prealdem of concept
Mmiw, Inc., which was .stall
lish.-d to provide a residential
therapeutic treatment center fOB"
youngsters involved with drugs,
was appointed to the task force
by ump Casey. Region chair-
man and area <-oordinalor.
Page 0-E
Mrs. Dorothy Rosenfeld of Hicksville. NY., received
the grand prize n the recent Miami Beach Sweep-
stakes, conducted by Winston Cigarettes. Presenting
the prize, which consists of a round trip for two to
Miami Beach via Eastern Airlines and a week's stay
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, is Anthony Tocco, Division
Manager of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Looking
on is Ted Sokolaus, owner cf Ted's Superette in
Hicksville where Mrs. Rosenfeld secured her winning
entry blank and C. R. LaMonte, Division Manager of
R. I. Reynolds. Mr. Sokolaus received a color tele-
vision set for his participation.
DREXEL SCHOOL!
REGISTER NOW...
Finish hi-icftool in time for fall college enrollment.
All Elem., hi school subjects. Business courses.
Adult classes. Est. 30 years. 3602 Collins Ave., Miami Beach JE 4 2527.
YWCA
SANDPIPER DAY CAMP
ONE WEEK SESSIONS
JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7
BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 6-14
BEACHCOMBING s\ORKEU\G
MIRI\E STI DIES SWtMBMNG
For Further Information I'll. $77-2571
Jf 9 SENSATIONAL
BERGER WCLF
DAY CAMP
945 2946
947-1348
949 1674
All Counselors Dade County Teachers
2300 NE 171*t STREET
0H0LEI TORAH
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Is Now Accepting Registration for The
New Summer Season

Children Between 5 to 13 Years Of Age.
2 fOUR Vtm SESSIONS
June 15 to August 8 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A MfW and* INTERESTING PROGRAM CONSISTING OF
Art* and Crafts Swimming
Athletics Games Dramatics Singing
Religious Instruction
Wl URGE YOU TO CAU NOW .
LIMITED REGISTRATION 531-8721
or Write OHOLEI TORAH OAY CAMP
1544 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach 33139
We are also Interviewing Counselors
When Schooltime
Comes Again-
Will He Be Ready?
If your child isn t reading
0f\d clicking off matti at his
level you'd better do
something about it now!
The Reading and Leorning Center will
diognose his problems and take him from
wherever he is, with concentrated one-to-
one tutoring, to full correction-then send
him bock to school in September already
beginning to fulfill his potential.
i c '.' .,.' [)"> '"' ''i;'" """
The Reading and Learning Center
| [i .;. -I n 'mi ill tensl \|ii/i
" K- -"
12374 S.W. 82nd Ave. MIAMI 233-3351
\
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ENROLL NOW
FALL
SEMESTER
SOUTHWEST PREPARATORY
SCHOOL
TORTIIEO'!! ii. BOUND" CKAhFS '<'-
11S01 S.W ~ i:i. AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 235-1515
ACCREDITED CO-ED PRIVATE SCHOOL
KILLIAN LEARNING
LABORATORY SCHOOL
IN CONJUCTION WITH MIAMI IDIICATWN CfVTFR
(Some location Siirt* 1941)
OPENS ITS DOORS IN SEPTEMBER, ON Full TIME BASIS
GMDfS T thro 6
Remedial Average
Perceptual Development Program
All Teachers are State Certified
and Experienced
All new Text Books for all children
Small Classes
ECfSTITATION Will Bf AT MIAMI EDUCATION f fNTF
241 S.W. 124th STREET
SUMMER PROGRAM BEGINS JUNE 22nd


Page 10-B
+JfistFlcridr&*r>
Friday, k^ 12 J
The newly installed officers of Temple
Judea Sisterhood for 1970-1971 are from left.
(seated) Mrs. Clifford Marks, membership
vire president; Mrs Stanley Bulbin, pro-
gram vice president; Mrs. Julius Bearman,
president; Mis. Sheldon Palley, budget and
rnance vice president; Mrs. Harvey Miller,
education vice president; (standing) Mrs.
Charles Sokol. chaplain; and Mrs. Jack
Kudeviz. financial secretary; Mrs. Stanley
Fessel. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Nor-
man Spitzer, recording secretary. Mrs. Fred
Witkoff, historian; Mrs. Richard Horwich,
parliamentarian.
Bennett Achim Celebrates
Bar Mitzvah At Ner Tamid
Bennett Mitchell, son ol Mr. and
"'is Lou Achins. 940 Byron Ave..
Surfsi Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday.
Jur.i 13. at 8:45 a.m.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High School and Ner Tamid Re-
hpious School. Bnnett plays the
clarinet and exctls in math and
nee.
Th.' c< Ubrant ill b' honorvd
n the Kiiiilush following the serv-
and at a r. option to follow
ir the Twelve Caesars Restaurant.
"f-town guests will Include
" I ir-1 and uncle. Mr and
Mac FYiedn ol I
; Dr and Mrs v.. Muhl-
:.
nut! Gar;:
L. Sha 11
Lebow his
N : -.. i: -. 11
Beth Torah Ladies' New Slate Installed
LEGAL NO. ICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 70-8877
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
H 'OH I' M. I.IM'KN and
MARGARET M< I.IM'KN.
- u-.
I la ntlffa,
\ i
KHERMAN n \r\H:i\H and
KTHBL I tt'MRIND,
I u 1.' Hi.
I '. '.
->u:i:.v vn p. U'MRINl i
BTHEL HAIMUIM' I >f-.
N. !. VoTS 1
YOV M'.H HE .i.i v S< rTIFTED
III t for d( udan
f v rerl 'ir i 1-1
i l '..l- fount "'
H tlM fcbovi < 'our;

VOf ARE RBytlREJ it
< < f >our
MAI.
' !.>! H KRIKI'M W S E. I
Miami l
....... 'l.-rk
i .'..-' < i
n
i d tea
i. u> plalntlfl and
'..
I.EATHERMAN I
Ol tl I 'I II I
1 >
C P l UPE! AND
I .. put
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1*06 iJudg Blanton)
Tn RE K
II 'El. > >L BHOR,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All Creditor* ind ill Parsons
H ns I la Ima "i DaatarMla a.
( i
.in. harabjr notlflad ami rr-
> i r lalanai sad ota -
is K-htch \"u ma) nave xirHinni
. | i '. 8 \Mi EL -l. sip >R,
......1 la'.- i I Dndc County, FV>r-
Ida. I" ti- <*nunty Jutir m Dad*
i ountr, and file in dupll-
and a provided In S, li'n 733.16,
1 i Btatatea, In their offtraa in
the County CourthouM" in bade <"Vun-
i). Florida, arlthln all calendar months
from the lime of the firm pabak-mUom
I or the name uill l" Imrred
Dat-d at Miami. Florida, thla 4th
day of June. A I'
ANNETTE RUTH KKIKI >\l A.V
An Bxe, utrn
F rut publication of thla noti.e on
the 12th day of Ju". IMS
HARol.l' SHAPIRO
Alt.rney for Etata
M* Unroln Road.
Miami B*-a 12-lt-M 7/a
Beth Torah ConprvRation's Mol-
lie Kahaner Sisterhood Installed
' its officers recently, utili/inr, a
vi ry moving National Women's
' league installation script. Dr.
Max I.ipschitz. spiritual leader of
the congregation, paid tribute to
the outgoing officers and charged
the new ones with the duty to
"grow from strength to strength
through greater love, dedication
and commitment to the ideals of
Judaism."
Heading the slate of offlci n
the coming yeei i~ Mrs Ewald
Zlffer, presidcnl The "if- of a
past pi' skti nt ol t,\.
Mi s /.iii, r lias been s<
tot man) yt
nunitj .iifairs S b< en
the Sistt i h
tor as .1 \ ii
I : ih F ind ch tir-
:>; i s ;
r oi Won i Ann i h an < RT,
.mil it on thi tii aii i Mian I Jew-
Mi Federation's North Dadi tree
I mhI Sin has also organized ami
directed B< th Torah's summer
camp.
Mrs. George Goodman, a past
president, who served as installing
ItGAL NOTICk
Xotice iniii:h Kii'Tnioi s
\ \mi: iw\\v
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th- un'1-rs|fc'ii. .! desiring pniTKSTa
in 1 u undi r tl flcl llou*
nama -f JARCO r.i (OS Ui
Miami H'-..' I Florida (I latda
''iiMMi im-i;iii-i i< resiatai aald
i'h the Clerk ol i i
Court I .! i V>unt) l"i
JAR IXPfSTRIES IXC,
'. i i .
RICHARD A t5R< >ss
Atf i .JAR INDt'STRIER,
INC
. :. Miami I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70-10253
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARI.OS \ IOTI .]; .|.i iA,
Plaintiff,
11' rS \ \! SEE IEI-1 '
I i. '.. danl
i 'S \ mm:/ iELIjO
l 'I'll. N
Qulti I kiuador
s..uth Ami
Y..ii Ri.SA MNE/ IE! I ar*
hereby notlfUd th.it ;. Hill of Com-
for I> orce bava i" n filed
auninsi you. ton! you ar<
i<. s. r\,. H i o|i> i.f y.,ur Answei or
i IInf lo the inn of Complaint on
(he PlaJntlfTa attomej MATTHEW
'-.ISSE.N. R8Q !-' S E Second RtrMl
Mi-.ini. Plorlda and f11 tha orialnal
Ananaraf the flrrk of the Cveajll i""uri on or
. th.- ISUl iln> '.f July. 17" If
><>u f Mil t" do BO, JU'licin*-ni by de-
fault vi ill ink. ii hcmium },u for the
rrli^f demanded in thr Hill of fnin-
plalnt
Thla notice phall lie pullish-d OIMM
each t*eek for four conaM-utlv^ wouks
in THE JEW ISIl K\J UIKIAN
DONE ANI> (>R|>KREI> at Miami.
Florida. thi Slh day of June. A D
l-.Ti.
E H I.EATHEUMA.V Clerk.
Circuit Court, Daule County Florida
Uj P (XTKUAXD
Iteputy Clerk
H ir. uit Court Seal)
MATTHEW <;iKKEN
12 S E Second Street.
Miami. Kla
Attorney for Plaintiff
* UJ-l-: 7/1
officer, presided as the officers
took up their new duties. The new
slat.- includes Mrs. Nat Sn ss.r.
Mrs Joseph Golden. Mrs. Bernard
R .si nU-rg. Mrs. George Laskin
and Mil Sylvia Glazier, vice pres-
idents. Mrs. William Bvk. finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Eric Gutnian,
trcasur. r Mrs Norman Kaufman.
corrcs|oniling secretary; Mrs Mil-
lonl l/'Mnr, rtvording srretary.
antl Mrs Martin Knglei. social
s.cretai >
Si'tTi'larirs" Assn.
Installs Officers
During its n sjular June m i tins
ont P i H itel this
wet k th. Miami Chapter ol the
ries' a < i.iiion
n stalled Mrs Kitty T !": Id of
North Miami Beach as its preai<
dent. Mrs Field, who s. i\.s as
secretarj i" H J Mangln. exectt"
Uve vice president, Schottel of
America. Inc. h.l.i office as first
\ ice president-prograin chairman
of the organization last year.
Mrs. Ayn CarNmaro, secretary
to Gerald Schwartz, vice president
of County National Bank. North
Miami Beach, was elected ns first
vice pi. sldenl l Florence Morduchay, secretary to
Albert R S>l\ama. gmeral man-
ol Saks Fifth Avenue. Miami
Beach, was installed for a second
term as treasurei Mm Installed
w.ii Betti J Collins, \.' e pn si-
I. i m ii.I- i ship Adel.ii.li K- n-
;. .: ondli iry; <". i -
ti iide Holm. s. recoi ling secret irj
land Mirths Sheppard, Dorothy
Land and Katherine Ashley, di-
ms.
FOR SALE
QONDOM1NI1 M
One Bra'reom Apartment
Fwm ihed f levatar
Two Air Conaitienf r
St 6,000 All Coak call 53187*5
K
it
n
j i
Fia. Company
I Mm Kaplan, and his
wife. MareeOe, will flj '" rai-
ropi late nth to s nd
about ; vi a"' ks tourinf the
Kr. nd) .. IM UI Him. ia-

HadarChapti rol the Mha
Worm i i Oi itkw held its
"Mothers
eeptioi rmet luncheon
in the h IT* "1 lr. and Mrs.
Dani.i /.ins rect Ze-
lais was i d as Q
Helen"
Kamln%k\. Hi :
90 Mot is
ssMa Ro
sical |s.i lion ol
Chaptei Mr,
Shaw. .: d Mrs., vi.- ,i s,,l#
Florida
let ;.
BSTN
n 1 .
1 1 1 aV
i 1 iiu
1
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IK
tlTnM, 1 Baar
LIL ABNER
HOT! LOCATION!
SHOPPING CENTER
NEEDS
T.V. REPAIR DRUGSTORE BARBER SHOP
DENTIST DOCTOR
NEXT TO BUSIEST 7-11 AND LAUNDROMAT IN
DADE COUNTY!
ALSO PERFECT SPOT FOR UAUTY SALON
CALL S. MANKHEIMf* ?21 7174
PATIO PAVERS

A SlAUTIrUl. COlOafUL fATIO
QUICKLT INSTAIIID IM A II*
HOURS WITHOUT wOllAt
MSir.Nias t *a^ac'u"S
. mtf patio r>ts
tmCRRFT
CONCII'I
raooucu
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LDIAL
235-6990
t?*o sw n av
See You at the Clubhouse
LUNCHES
11:30-2:30
HaaSas Saa NaSa*
1.39
BUFFET
4:30- 7:30
SUNDAY
2.90 SI .80
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(UP TO 300 PEOPLE)
Let Us Cater Your
Wedding, Banquet, etc...

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IMB^^
COMMTl SIlfCriON Of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
LANOE SELECTION OF BIDDING
%* Vc^f* FURNITURE
642-5244


June 12. 1976
-JtmisttBerMbrt
Page 11-E
LEGAL NOTICE
Ti LiMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
[corporate dissolution
In the name and by the
authority of the
state of florida
i, t<- \\ h"m '1 11 km-: i'kkx-
(. SH Mi- '' 'MB, littBBTINH.s
i I IIKU I I.-A Al S. Mi-
ll. Florida BK> Ml -lit li
i i M mini I teat h I 1. i Ida
[litK Kl BltUIAN, MlHml lt< B( I
lid .,n ili.- _"Mh da)
'J rauai to be in"ti" rated un
,., i>| ili.- si..i.- ..i nortda
|. ,|( -i IKJ ii illi. .
, hUMll c ..' Mi
;, ,, ii i ill i *Dunt) In the Bi it<
I. ndn, ami whereua u. ii rorpora-
-ii ihe Bth da) of May,
U fill 'I III
i h< B.....m Btat<
|- [ F|oi da, On- 'I-- ii111
u ii uii'i' r > lion
j; i-i,.i .[.. siatut. -. how .t the
BUch '! !' i i f '"N
ii "f
loos hereby .-ertlfj ha
.1 thai hi l nai lulled
.t* of ili,- law havi
- nilili, 'I illl
l\ WITNBSa nil ERR-
' >K luw I" PI MilU) W !
m> h.ii.'i and have af
Used ihi i :i .ii .< al "i
h. SUI. n| Kli.rnl.i. .it
Tullaha*a< ihi i ...
ihi the T .iv -. i I
dai of Ma) \ 1970
Ti>Xl Vl>\ MB
Secretary of State
' -
|TME COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 70-142*
ti: Relate of
j,\. V \\ll.'-"\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
[.Ml Creditor* ,ii.d All I'enmnn II.iv-
- -.m- t>r Deinaiida Again*! Said
>u ar hrifl'T iintlfi.-.l and rr.iuir-
arejaeni an) rlalma ;i i demand"
Ii )iu may have a*aini tar >-
I MIIJiA V Wll.l-i '\ I.. ...-.I
..I Ia ,v> Juiljt. of Dade i mul). and
:Jie naiTtt In ilupli.air ami la pro
i m BacUoO T t HTorlds Stat-
in thi Ir { i mat)
:li. u-- in Dbde County, JHnrlda,
in ion i alantlai raonthj ,'r m th"
ct ilw fir-i nubH< aun hi r..i.
, ..in. ill !,. lull ..-.I
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th .lav "1 Miii WTO.
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UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
No 70-t2t1
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN V I HA MM.
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ju.li.in. ii li\ l.-fnult till I
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In TlfK JKV. IBH Kl iKlln.w
rxiN'B wr> OltliKKKn ai Miami,
H'l-iil.i. ihra L-:' day of Ma) .\ n
LOT*
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I >. not v l. rh
Cii ii" '"un I lade i -u'li v. Florida
K'lr.-nii Court S.-.,li
R) i. sm:kih;\
KAI'L KWITNKY.BriU
I." I. "In Road
Miami li.-.i. h. Kim da
n i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is MBit Bit V UIVEN ih;ii
iln u'.'l' palamed, deairlnff to anilaa.*1
In bojdneaa un.l^r ih.- flefltioua n.'in.-
1 HRK*8 RflHTATJRANT. Ml N; W
:7Hi Vvenue, anil !-"> t ll SHAKONH
KF.sT.vri: \\T. ki iwa nu -Tib
.\\. nu-. Miami, i "! .ii ii v r
Ida. int.-u.N i" rearl'ter -.ml name*
uiili ih. "'I. rk '. ii- In ui .-ui'
.i 1 l#- I'.'univ. Florida.
I! II BKTKai'KISKS INC.
M VKVIN lli>SS FltlKOM \ N
\ i .t % fur S.C.H Bn r' -. Inr
.. .-i. IS .
Obituaries
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M'THK is hkkki-.'i (1IVBN that
ih.* uii'i. i-inn. -I. deeiring to anil *-
in I'U.-m.-- ui.'ifr thi ii. minus name
if < \|i;THIVll '; ..I .'?'"> N \\
"'h si .M1.1 iiii. Fla h.i.-n.I- to r. f-
Ii .r -.nd ii.iiiii wnh Hi.- Chrrh "f
ih>- .'.nun "..un I>ade Count),
Florida
K.'l a\s KNTEiU'lllSES, INC
. S-1S-II -
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-9735
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ianck* s MftXCA.
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IVviend
\NTHi iNT MBCCA
1711 ll'.ii. Av. nu.
Unux. S. v \ i.iL
u. ANTHONY Mf'i'i'l '
. tilled thai .. Hill "I i 'omplatnl
IMvorca ti..- filed
and v .,u ..i, ratiuired : ,i
"iir A:i-v*.r ..r FkeacMiul i"
l;.ll ii .". .ni|.u. Ihe 1
. attorn*) PA1 I. K\\ ITS BY.
I; (M 1 jm.in lt.'..'l Miami Bea.h
l fib ihi rlrli al '
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k ot Hi. i"ir. uli ii.....
ii. i..;ii .i ,v .f ju ii you
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takei i| u r the re-
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Thla BOUra i-hall U i-ul.li-li.'1 nno*
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10 \Mi OKl>BIIKI> al MlnrnJ
da, thin :'lh d.i> "I Ma) A 1>
B.B 1 BIITMMM >*T Clirt
un Court l nd '"ii n..nda
liv J KMITU
I i'Ui v I'lrrk
1. KWITM'A
l :m-> for Pluiiillft
..In Koad
in Beau Ii. Kl"i S I
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CKapler 20722Acta of *,!
File No M A UI*
"TICK is HERBHY UIVEX thai
-.S l-ANDBR aoMer nl Oaunty
v Sale I'erUfirata Kn 7T*f inau.d
'm ilu> ..f June. A I'. I."'.?, h.i-
>1 .mi. in my offlei ,iJ HI
i.le atipli. all'.n f..r a Ki\ daad to
uuaaad theraon. Said CorUfU-ab
Ih.. fnllovi inn .1. -.nl.. 1
"i> In Ih. iNainty of Ihid.. Stall
I' lToridu. t..-H
.1 GO N "f Co Rd. l-errlne
:rant lamil C. Flat It.-a 3
Pa 141. S.. linn I, TS>anhip
-^uth. Itaniie 3 ta.-.!. aontal i-
i'K t. 4 Aor' nmr.. ..r I.-m. In
Oounl* in i-a.l.-. State of
--nda.
The i.--.--mnI of "aid nro|-rty
i !.-r the Mild .'.Tlifl.ai.- wraa
I' num.- of: aOiaOMON OHOK8-
M:ita a Tr
rl.--- -aid i-f rti'i.-ate shall I'f r.--
m.-d arcordJ.ni I.' law. ih.' prop-
> daarrlbad h.-r. in will > aold to
Ihi hih.-I l.i.l.l.r fur Mtfk aJ the
urthona* .l.-ir mi Dio Brat Monda)
'h.- month "f Julv. IttTO, wlil.h i>
i.t h dav of Julv. I MIL
' 'i-.l Un- l-l day of June. ISTO.
K. 1! I.ILVTliBIOIAN-.
Clerk of Cli.-uit Court. IUde
OmiiiIv. FV.H-la
PF i;ilJ>STRAM>. I""
" mt Court Anai
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni.TICK IS IIKKKiiV IHVKN that
f'" und.-i .iK,,. ,|. .l.-irl'iK t" amrJUTO
1'UHlnei.n under the fi.lii mu- name
' HIOS SKItVICF. al IILaleah Inu-nilM lo rearlater -.aid
"" Uh the Clerk "f Hie Clr-
uit Court of Dane o.unty. Florida
LUW F BIOS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70?0'3
(Judo Frank B. Dowl.ng)
in i:i; Batati nl
BZM EL rKMaNTK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.-.lltnr> and All IVr
H.iKMK Claim.'' or I in.' !'. Ai;.it:,sl
Saul K-lHl"-
\\>u ..r. ii. r. i.v notified .. nd re -
lUir. .1 I" pr.-.nl ..iiv rlalma and
iii.iii.l- win. h .vdm m ai
ih. .-la', of KZKYBI. S''I.NIK de-
I late "f l>ndf Coui 11. Florida,
to tha cunt) lu.l*.. I I huh Cuiii>.
and fOe ib. -am. in .lu:
i'1-..vi'l. .1 iii S-. H
Blatuti -. lu tin lr of! In thi Vmi
ii urthouae in Dad. nujity, Flor
Ida. iMthiu Lk calendar month' tram
'h. inn. "f lb.- lira! pul Ii n
.f. "r ih.- aanu* will I" ban '
.1 .it Miami Florid '. I
.ii.) Maj a i' ': '
lltl.l.A S' 'l.MK
\ V.liiuni-ii
r publientton of ihta
v ..! June, '7"
H \l;l:\ Zi KI-.UM-K
v for Adm Irnl
I... I .......ii Koa.l
. Boai a, Florida
"~PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Ti > M.I. T> > WHl'M THF.SI-: I'Rl '.-
i:s is sh \i.i .i:ri:'Viscs
Wlu-reaa, KBKTKAM C VVALI.KIL
m k, in i Baai'h la i.i- Ml
Kl CNSTI.KK. Mi.mi. I lea I
.la. OJaVHUVB J TAI.IANOKF Miami
It.a.-h Fli ''' !laj
.,, v.; ,|. \ | .. '..' ...i- hi or-
-!"' i.f tin Stati
..f Florida HAl'l-'N' II M.I- IMC a
. nrporallrm, llh pi i liuil pla<
..f iiu-ni' -- al m im lb i h, l indi
. '..uni> in iln Stati i li"' -i i '
in hirnai nurh i-orporatton did on ih-
a -1. day ..f .lull. A I> '' '. -'U- b
I., filed ill Ihe nfflfe -f tin S.
larv nf Stale "i thi StaW of Hlolida
iln- d'H-uni. ntaii authorit) required
under Se. ti.ii Ion IT Florida Rtatulaa
howlna tb. dlaaolutlon of -u-ii col-
ix.nilinn
N..W. therefore th. Seoretary of
State does herl'> certify in tl" fore-
i:"in: and that h. t- aatlnfled thai II
r. nu i m. nt of ihe law hav been
""'"a"",iv W.TVK.S.S mhi;ki-
(iF. 1 have her.iinl..
niv hand and have af
flied Ihe Orea! Seal '
Iln- Stale "f Fl.-rnl;. ..'.
Tallahaaaee, tin Capital
Un the fnurih dal
Jum. A l 1-7.I
Tl'M HUMS
Secretary of State
6 12 70
NUTiCt UN DEM eiCTITIOUB
NAME LAW
NOTK3B IS IIKKKIIV iSIVKN II at
the, uniler-iKn.'i. dealrlnn to aniraaTt "
i.u insh unil.-r the fi.lltn'Ua nai
r\sT.iii:sTi:it apartmbnts ai
i77n-'."i Baal lla) Harbor bnn. ;*..
-,.i Fa.-t Ha> ll.vil-'t I'rive SM l*M
th sn.'i I'-ay Harl-r labtaVla. H<- -
Ida 3317.4 lni.ii.n-' to reaiater "aid
name with the Circuit Curl Daa*
cuntv Florida ....,.,.,,.
.Su|,. Owner RBNNBR CIJML
F" H7NHATK IN,
an Ohio coruoralloa
c/o Jamea Hlrvh. Treasurer
Mayfleld Road
Muvfleld HeUrhin, Ohio MIS1
NKI SON KKI.l'MAN BBQB.
Aii..nuyi-i for Aim"
1137. Kane !>>nr..urae
Miami, Fla. 331i4 ,^f,;. 12-1S
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KI.KI.V K'la. >:. IM S l". -i.'l
Bl Kiv. i-nit-. liil.rui.nl Ml
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St Blasbenc
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MKNASHK >Kl'LMK
Mcnash*' Skuliiik.
Comic In ii i Theatre, Aired 7H
Mi Mishv Skulnik, who for ma t
years played "loWemiel" parts
-------- j Viiliiisli llvaio. ii.insi il sway la'
SlaOTNKlK "l,k in Nru Vork'i Beth Isri
mrb i:i-\.n. hk :.. Hard. HospiiaJ at the afe of 7*
Ing Ave M H n..--.l ;.w.iv Bui
i-oming from Miantii rity, \ i A native of W'ai'saw. Poland, <
and \\ :<.- Barre, Pa i yuan wtn ..,,,.. ..,,.. ,.. o,.. in,,ri ibi .
A member oi !:. 'rr- .1. 1 1 rn -.-. ......' '"" '" "" l ""' ;"<,'
in.11 and ..ii.v shab.m Pommim- in 1913, and becam a naturaliz
SffirhK tfLSTb '' '" >'-- >"' h
m 11 and Mi- sv! .I 1'ini viai.tii to I" a serious afitor, I) .
adelphla. r. u --' mi i:'i/..i
both K..-11. r ..( m 11 serv.....- w.r. iii' gained i.mii as ii comedian a
h. IM Mori : .. ,1111 :,i "THR HIV ., .. ... ...
RRsiDB uti Rd with in- lnl -' years was the idol i xi
dish 1 ..air., portrayiBC th.' liti
man who got pushed around, t
poor llapi w im is constantly boi .
iak. n adiantaRi "i
Mr Skulnik achieved stardc 1
m ilx hit Broadway comedy "T !
Fifth S ason." in 1953.
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