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

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

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

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University of Florida
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TeVewish-Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,'oluroe 43 Number 25
Miami, Florida Friday, June 19, 1970
Two Sections Price 23c
ISRAEL REJECTS BID
Nasser: Cease Fire If Israel Withdraws
NEW YORK -Egyptian
resMml Gamal Abdel Nurt
UtaimS in a filmed interview
hat he would accept a tempor-
ary cease-fire of six months or
. ss and would promise to keep
\rab terrorist* from using the
i%v-ocriipied territories as anti-
,-rael bases if Israel would agree
nmediately to carry out the
..revisions of the United Nations
ase-fire resolution which in-
udes withdrawal from th tcr-
t iries occupied since 1367.
"Our object." he i ejd, "is the
A.thdrawal of the Israelis fpom
ie occupied territory* and th<>
repatriation or compensation of
the Palestinian refugees." He
add the existence of Israel onry if it
returned to the June 4. 1967
boundari. s.
The interview, filmed in Egypt
within the past month, was tclc-
casl nationally on "The Ad-
vocatea." a public-TV series.
Col Nasser agreed that Israeli
withdrawal! should be part of a
"package d al i.....allied in the
U.N cease-tire resolution, but
Uated the cease-fire agree-
ment made !: *t year, and con-
tended that Israel's Premier
Golda Meir is "not ready to ac-
cept the word 'withdrawal',*' al-
though Mrs. Meir and Foreign
Minister Abba Eban recently
indicated their acceptance of the
Cease-4h*e and willingness to
negotiate the territories. He
again rejected direct Arab-Isr:ieli
neg >tiations declaring "it will be
a table of capitulation."
Political circles in Jerusalem
later dismissed President Nas-
;>ro|>osal as unacceptable.
Thev asserted that his state-
ments \\ ears, as earlier Sunday he hid
told factory workers in Shabin
El-Qawm: "We are determined
to go to war against Israel.
Having won the earlier stages of
the war of deterrence and of
attrition, we shall also win the
war of liberation. Since May
last year, when we initiated the
war of attrition, we have been
determined not to accept the
cease-fire demanded by America
and Israel. We declared that
the cease-fir*' should lie cjn-
ditional on Israel's withdrawal
from all occupied Arab terri-
tories."
Israeli sources noted that Col.
Nasser's reference to the res-
toration of the rights of 'h
Palestinian Arabs was an Egyp-
tian euphemism for Israel's ab-
sorbing all of them, which would
be tantamount to Israel suicide.
In the interview, President
Nasser was asked how many
Russians are in Egypt. He re-
plied with a broad grin: ""That
i a secret." Asked if they
included pilots, he replied: **We
have advisers." Asked. "I>
they fly?" he said: "Yes of
course. They train our pilots,
so they have to fly."
Uneasy Quiet In Jordan u Thanl Sa>s He Tried
LONDON An on-
ly <|inet prevailed in Jordan
the wake ol a crisis that
early toppled King Hussein
Pha H jwai nlil Hashemite man-
.rch was forced last week to
;.icld to Palestinian commando
. mands for the diatnissaJ of his
:!.., Mai. C'hii Nasser Ben
Jamil, commander In chief of
tne Joidan.an Army and his
ubJb\ Maj. Gen. Zaid Ben-
Shaker, commander of the Third
Armored Division The two of-
ficer! were clnan advisers to the
K,ng. and had sought t- ex. rcise
firmer control over guerrilla
perations against Isiael from
Jordanian soil.
The guerrii'as last week ac-
cused the officer! of attacking
i mmar.do units and ordering
the shelling of refugee camps
where guerrillas were headquar-
tered, only their ouster ended
the fighting in Jordanian towns
which had cans. ii an estimated
500 fatalities on each side, and
l< n considerably more than that
wounded. Parts of the Jordanian
.1 were left In shambles,
and the week's event! left King
In in a w< aki r position
than at any time since he as-
sumed the throne in 19515.
obs. rvera h. re believe King
Hussein would have been over-
thrown during last week's crisis
had it rot Often for Fl Fatah.
the largesl and most respected
of the Palestinian guerrilla
group! While Kl Fatah join, d
in the demand for Huasein'i two
senior officers to In- ousted, and
Israel Cabinet !
Crisis Averted
TEL AVIV UTAi Israels Orthodox religious establishment
-cored an unexpected victory Monday Whan an American-born
woman who was converted b) I Reform rabbi here, underwent a
nonnd conversion according to Orthodox rites, lira Helen Zeidmann
also signed papers Withdrawing her petition to the Israel Supreme
OMsrt to he registered as Jewish, something the Ministry of Interior
fOBed to allow because the Israeli rabbinate does not recognize non-
Orthodox rabbis. The court was to have acted on ha* petition Wcd-
nesday and the Orthodox National Religious Party threatened to
quit the Cabinet unless the government initiated legislation banning
non-Orthodox conversions.
fcr a free hand in its operations
against Israel, it apparently has
no .I. sire to see the government
overthrown at this time, as such
an event could result in chaos,
and precipitate Israeli action.
The guerrilla forces are them-
selves split, with El Fatah lead-
er Yassir Arafat facing a chal-
lenge from the more militant
Popular Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine a guerrilla
group which specializes in acts
of terrorism abroad with Israeli
civilians and premises as the
principal victims. The Popular
Front is headed by Dr. George
Hai.ash. a free-wheeling Mai x-
kst tlaactlhert by some as a fa-
natic. Its aim is not only the
destruction of Israel, but the
overthrow of all Arab govern-
ments, including Egypt's. Popu-
lar Front commandos were the
molt active in last week's tat-
tles with Jordanian regulars.
The future of King HUBS) in
now depends upon Yassir Arafat.
, bservert say. If he is forced to
rate with Habash's com-
mandos, it is only a matter of
time until King Hussein is de-
posed, they say. Hut if Arafat
cit cidea OH solidarity with the
King, an alliance of the Jordan
Army and El Fatah could sup-
Continued on Pag* 5-A
To Aid Jewish Minorities
LONDON (JTAi United
Nations Secretary General U
Thant told the Royal C'ommon-
w alth Society here he has
made personal efforts to inter-
vene with the governments of
several Arab States in behalf of
the Jewish minorities in thoSi
countries. H. said the situation
of the small J. wish minonti. s
in some Arab states has been a
continuing source of concern, i 8-
pecially since 1967.
Mr. Thant brought up the sub-
ject in connection with what he
said had become an almost rou-
tine function of the United Na-
ti. ns arranging for the repa-
triation of civilian or military
iKTsonml detained by oni tide
or the other in the Middle East
conflict.
His approaches to the Arab
governments can be baaed only
on humanitarian considerations,
and the lessening of tensions in
the ana. Jewish |H'. ;l. as citi-
/i ns of the countries in which
they are living, an under th.
. KClusive jurisdiction of the g"v-
ernments of those nations. Mr.
Thant explained.
Mr. Thant. referring to at-
tempts to hijack or sabotage
commercial aircraft as "one of
the deplorable and quite recent
phenomena of the Middle F.a-t
cnsis. recalled that he had In-
tervened m two instances. "It
is extremely important," he de-
clared, that hijackers should
derive no advantage from the
nal act of hijacking by bar-
gaining over, or making for the n ;. ase of the crew, pas-
sengers and aircraft If this is
allowed to happen." Mr. Thant
added, "hijacking would be i
couraged and would becorr.-
D ( r. id< spread."
The country to which an air-
craft is hijacked may find itself
in a delicate position, especially
in the Mideast, he said. While
it may wish to act in a prop, r
mania r. it may find it political-
ly very difficult to do so.
B'noi B'rith Sends $1,000
To Peruvian Government
NEW YORK 'JTAi B'rai
B'rith has sent a $1,000 relii f
k to tne government of
Peru and an expression of its
profound sympathy" for the
victims of tiii' earthquake! In
that country. A spokesman is I
the money was for general re-
lief aid. not for Jewish victims
tpe< Bcally. This is the second
relief chick sent by B'nai B'rith
in ricent weeks.
A Cabinet crisis was avert d.
but it was obvious thn Mrs.
Zeidmann acted und r the moat
sever a personal pressure from
the hlitiial trhakmi of govern-
ment President Zalma:i Shn'ir
made two appeals to her to un-
dergo Orthodox conversion, >r
!> ialaphona can > iterd i>
which she rejected and anoth r
( inveyed to her at her home
this morning by a ii 'legation e >"-
-ting of Labor Party Knesset
member Itr.hak Korn and oth.-r
prominent personaliti. I
The forern-l>orn woman who
married an Israeli in a civil
ceremony abroad three years ago
I i- ROW an Israe'i citizen.
yielded and the s cond conver-
s on was performed in the pres-
ence of three Orthodox rabbis.
presided over by the Israeli chief
military chaplain, Kabbi Shlomo
Goren. The latter reportedly took
charge ..: the matter at the re-
quest "f Premier Colda Meir
The Zeidmann case became a
major Issue here last month
when the States Attorney rc-
fused to contest the plaintiffs
petition to the Supreme Court.
a to Judaism by Re-
form or Conservi Uv rabbis are
not lv ruled out by the
Uw of Return as amende! by
the Knesset last March. The
Orthodox establishment, fearful
that its exclusivity in these mat-
ter! wa threatened, demanded
new legislation but the Labor
Partv refused to sponsor a new
law it was considered a foregone
conclusim that the Supreme
Court would render a decision in
favor of Mrs. Zeidmann: under
those circumstances, the NRP
politicians were under ordc-*
from the Chief Rabbinate to
leave the cabinet.
Federation Board Approves
Largest Sums In History
The largest agency allocations
in its HI-year history have been
approved by Federation*! board
of directors, Milton Weiss, pres-
id. nt of the organization, has
reported.
Acting upon the recommenda-
tions of its 1970 Budget Com-
mittee, whose chairman was
Walter S. Falk. the board ap-
pr. ved local and national agency
allocations of $1,193,422. An ad-
ditional W30.K38 was allocated
to the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Jewish Home for
the Aged and YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami from monies re-
el ived from the United Fund of
Dade County.
The Budget committee's con-
cern with Jewish education and
related services was evidenced
by the recommendation for an
increase of $52,700 in the allo-
cation going to this fi. Id during
the current year.
For the first time m a num-
ber of years. Mr Falk reported,
the Budget Commute, had B rt -
p it from its planning counti i -
I art m Federation to which it
could relate prioritv of fundin
As a r. suit. $20,000 was set
aside as a grant for the College
of Jewish Studies; an incentive
grant of $7,500 was approved on
a matching basis for si>ecific He-
brew Academy internal operat-
ing purposes, and $6,000 was
earmarked for the Bureau of
Jewish Education's cemmunity
high school, to establish six ad-
ditional Judaica classes this
Fall.
This is probably the hardest
working Budget Committee th
Federation has had in recent
yean said Mr Weiss in paying
tributi to Mr. Falk. Richard J
Horwich, vice chairman, and all
40 committee member! for their
devotion to This important Fed-
. i at., n activity. "They met four
night! a we. k many timi I
Starting with dinner and ending
after midnight. They had a num-
ber of unusual problems which
required analysis, and there is
littlt doubt they took their work
v. i Dual/," he added.
Tin United Jewish AppeaJ'a
share ol the 1970 Combined Jew -
ish Appeal campaign funds is
$1,202,494. This sum. Mr. Weiss
noted, was arrived at by a pre-
arranged formula. In addition.
Continued en Page 11 A


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Friday. Jur.e
JWV Elects Weinman
As State Commander

of V
mnanier of I
rYi"ff*""r" aa* K*^"-'!
maudci wtmauM
War Veteran* of th-- I'S.A, at
Hi Jiib aiinu.il o>qicU"|< at the
Ajpercna liotel m B.l Ha: tjur
last k< nd A |>ast rommaj I
i-f J'.W- .M.i.n,. Bead) Put
Mr W-'inmin e\iccee fv lf\ in of Noilh Miami Beach.
Gen. Darnel James. Jr. w.i* the
OBMrattaa'i k> pnae bar al
Uif txinouet honoring S>le\an Sat-
uzda> Gaa, Jam.- J- the !i
. ranking fol.uk ufficvr in the
L'n.t"i SttttM An- Fur-.-, in lim-
it; .jpj.irt of th- IIRlilBl'l naunf,
p,-op- said, \v.- can') let 1
tarn? our oc!ii\ nor he ;-
nuan>' in our outlook." Gen
Jr. called Bar "u"it>
In this |Bll count r> M ttv
v.e cracy"
.>>:: IJl OJWV Bl the
ittWVUktH anpreMtd a resolution
nc PmUrM A.v.n Id take im-
ml tie ictlon on th
-<1 lr> a majority of ti: UJS
lor the sale of jel
1 i-;:n 1.
> -
.leer* ejett-d f n rhi nming year
were P. ti r Blunt' d ? Hollywood
senior ii&EbC*
(lupman -h. f r--
r vice r: M
Be: -" >nv
nunw. : L* of St
P< Uisburv. jud*;
V:.ir. n of Itldnu. tru>-
N men Burma.
Ml r "t the West Mian: P>v
9JJJ3. won the Harry H. t'ohen
Julius Deuwh asserts, being the
moat outstanding JWV .memo.
f.r Ui. iiiit live yWl .oi eli a- I
for thr- [*.i: year
PfjjBl B-.xh Pot 330 was dt-1
.d fur it- .Ymericaii^n prosrams
hil. ,MuiTa> Sol muii Post
recri.rd n Bwasl (or its torn-
munity activities, Frank Blum >'
Norman Brace Brown Post 174
_i\. n h>- Ilir^ Maze> aw
for Uv an >-: hou. 1 rwI at V.\
r*j*i .:ajs.
Mr Weinman, a native of New.
York, joirvd that states National
(ju.-ir.l in W9 and later Reryed
with tbf T>th In nd 10th
\4o mtain Divisk.ns. As a member,
jf th<- 479th A Srrvic* (ip*ii>
hC wa- t.t:.".l :n B*l?ium.
JraaOP, a-al Ger.iviny.
At ih- -id of VVorki War II Um
r JWV UU- cuotmander be-
canw iiwintuii ->f the Jcavkh
War V". terara bnjkjfc rauvjoK t0
F.ur.'la ai lifiit A AOOOafa r of th.
Diaanisd American Vcta)
Chaptei' 'i. 1- 1 pajd cooia-.
r > Am. ricn U K on PO1 H 1
Miami iV.vh u:
^Unt of the Miuiiii Ikach \> "
iaj> QawBrfl.
Mr W( .um in. tu a iff. Tlvlma
-. pat pie-itdeiit of the JVW -t it.
AjBaunuy, aad thnfer rJaantan
Merrilec and Carol-Ann. liv.
A. M 49ttl St Miami B<-ao!i
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
principal of th* Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, presents the
1970 Jewish Floiidian journal-
ism award to Karen Travis,
daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Travis.
Karen served as editor-in-chief
of the Miam: Beach school's
/ear book.
Irving Grwnberg Elected
1 >- NatHmsK-'onf. rtaea of J< ar-
.sh Communal S*r\ic. an orjjani-
tation of wix iirof.-asional bodw-s
ncaeed in social Nvanwc Bcrvtcei
lacsad liAinr Grarnbt-n:. xecu-
*i\.- dir.-ctor of th- Newark. NJ.
Jewish CouriM.liDK and Striiff
.^n.i>. M its ni prv-^uUnt dur-
ing its BMBaaJ 71'nd annual meeting
lK-kl in Boston Mor. than 500
communal worki> attitakd the
luur-dav aoasion.
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Fridcrr June 18. 1970
* ttnlst lUrMlnr
Page 3-ft
4$ He Celebrates ?0fh Anniversary
Tifereth Israel Honors Rabbi Carmi
Car. :umt> leaden will Join the fore coming to Miami. Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
tion ui Temple Tlfereth While in Massachusetts, Rabbi ation, and Community R.-hiiions
pajini tribute to Rabbi Carml was active In Inter-faith Councils. He serves AHA." the
I Carml Sunday night on work, served as president ol the men's organisation of the Hakeem
i iM"n "i she 30th annivcr- Minister in I Association, was an Academy, at vice Breakfast.
his oulination and his 20th auxiliary chaplain at Fort Devens. RabU Carmi has made many
iMThj armh-eraary The affaii in<| .- ., membei ol the boardi radio and trlnaaisasiiiipnnrnnria
will I e Place In Miami Beach's ,| n,, Hebrew Academ) in War- both in Massachusetts and Ftar-
Hotel with Rabbi Mayet istor, Lynn's Jewish Communlt) Ida. and has spoken before nunser-
aii/. spiritual leader ol Cental and the Vaad Haeabonim ous audiences in schoobs and lodges
Menorah aa the evening's >( Massachusetts, wbieh he also us well as before inter-cultural
I tt peakci Morris Flnegokl is ;..|A,,i a- financial secretarj In 1 groups. He is well known in the
M tttimei ehalrman; .-.>- i%j |,. Uil> ,, delegate to the|fk>M of pastoral counseling- an
chaii > t Norman Herman World Conference ol Mizrachi In both adult and youth levels.
I ri Mann.
T' pie Tlfereth larai I is in-
ij .,; iiunati' in ha\iiii; so ilis-
t ngul^hed rabbi and scholar ai
1: ibLi "armi. whmii we hinor with
ust aiiVetion anil respect,"
,i ,i. I Loon Goldberg, president
,.: u. congTegailpn.
\ -. ive of Israel. Rabbi Carml
I] at the Ponovi/h Yeshiva
taeh Tikvah YaeMva Tal-
nli.-. seminarfiB! and received a
* h4*U^t*0 to tin- Yi'slma Univer-
sity i: Nw York City in 1917. He
v is t laini I with hikth honors
1 iv tirr> years later. He OCCU-
i tptts in Use du Lac, Wit,,
a. N, u Brunswick, Pitch-
lass., and Lynn, Mass., be-
Jerusalem. Rabbi Carmi and his wife, the
A member <>t the Rabbinical former Rosalie Rein, are the par-
Council ol America, tin- Yeshiva 'nts of five daughters. I-i-ah. the
University Rabbinical Alumni, eldest, is 18: Sharon is 15. Rena is
Bnai B'rlth and the Masonic Or- v. Kochetle 7. and Ora tt. Knrollert
iler. RabM Carmi la also active in it the Hehrew Academy of Great-
local organi/atlorBi such as the er Miami, they have dutintratattrd
Zionist Organization of America, thenasftwa with many honors.
Rabbi Sol Landau .left, president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, congratulates Rabbi Ralph Carmi of
Temple Tifereth Israel on his 20th Anniversary in the Rab-
binate as Rabbi Solomon Schiff. executive vice president at
the Association, looks on.
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Volume 43
Friday. June 19. 1970
Number 25
15 SIVAN
Hussein Treaty Is Bad News
The situation in Jordan and Lebanon as we write this
emphasizes again the need to break the diplomatic stale-
male in the Middle East a it concerns the question of the
displaced Palestinians. For it is from them that the guerril-
las draw their strength and if tne condition continues both
Arab countries may become guerrilla states, with all the
dangers to any hope for a settiement that this implies.
Our State Department's peace formula is based on :h9
United Nations resolution, which Israel constantly has
stated it will accept, but to which the guerrillas are strongly
opposed. The uneasy peace treaty Russein has signed
with the Palestinian militantsthe Marxist branchgrants
almost full partnership to the guerrillas and will inevitably
lead to more intensified fighting.
The unsettled state is not only bad news for the
United States and Israel but for the Soviet Union and Egypt
which also say they believe in a negotiated settlement.
The guerrilla leaders' growing strength, particularly if
they gain complete freedom of action along the Jordan
and Lebanese frontiers, means that they will be able to
sabotage any attempts at a peaceful settlement.
This new peril is as grave as any that has confronted
Israel since June of 1967 and it should accelerate the search
of moderates on all sides for a way out of the worsening
Middle East crisis. If the present leaders of the Arab states
will only stop to think, they will realize Israel's future is not
the only thing involved here.
Policy Is Open To Suspicion
Midwestern state universities, popular with Jewish
youth for many decades because of their cost and admis-
sion policies, seem to have developed a new policy
which is open to suspicion, at the very least, according
to New York Congressman Leonard Farbstein.
There has been a growing practice among the state
colleges of limiting out-of state applicants, some for the
obvious reason that the demands within the state are so
great but others because they found that outsiders were a
chief cause of campus unrest. Additional restrictions have
been placed on acceptance of New York and New Jersey
students and that, according to Rep. Farbstein. has resulted
in discrimination against Jews since those states are where
most of them come from. One example of what happens
when these quota systems are used is Purdue University.
where Jewish enrollment has dropped by two-thirds in the
past several yec:s
Israeli Experts Assist Brazil
:e! is pio r a little-known role in helpinq to
solve Brazils ecor-.orr... ".'.ies. A team cf Isrcali ex-
perts, which in 1963 established 3 regionc-'. model seed
farm in the distressed northeast sect.;.-, o' Brazil, :s
engaaed in an in project as well as ether r
j for t] / 'be
Brariiicn trainees 31
vic<
can S'.rtes OAS
Teacher Guide Published
The American Committee has bark
step in a major new procram to overcome the lack c* .-
formation about Jewish hi story in social science I
books used in U.S. high schools. An ennotated 32-Dage
bibliography, called "Writinqs en Jewish History." has
been published a a guide for teachers interested in
filling in the gaps in their knowledge, as well as that of
their students. From a reading of the material it would also
seem to be a valuable service for religious schools which.
too often, axe weak in their treatment of modern American
Jewish history.
Comment
The defeat of the extra s~h <>!
millage could have r MM a no
surprise to anyone even si:
conscious of the attitude tow .ri
our schools systems wtdctl u*
.lent in our land. When up-
per class ScarsdaJe rejects the
budget twice running for
first time in history la
to be worried. Or g'.ad.
The concern :s >>er I ts>
.......
ful groups in Arm
hich ar< oppom d I i H
public school system b
it Ion, b*> IUM :' )
funds to be en
chia! scho-'U because the;
n >1 ffectively control
culum to promote right-* n
UUKM If they c >uld. th
Ct Hke th-> >".:
this p.ist week In prop that
compulsory education In that
s ici nation of SptrO Agl
ri be ended at fifth
Sir the men you Mm di Diet I
in "Z" took over Greece they
have dismissed 10 school teachers and every iun. T
h.^'h principal.
An analysis of Dade Count> ;
vote last week needs concent rate
only on those lu didn't bother
to go to the polls. At best, ths
kind of election attracts -
percentage of the registered
voters but a 15 percent turnout
in which the final result was a
2 to 1 defeat for the <\ I
increased funds must knevttabl)
raise the question: who
about the public schools*
Obviously, not the black par-
ents Bgabwt whose children an 1
; iob much of the vote was
directed. Equally obvious, r I
the vaunted liberal bloc whose
-p on the School Board and.
m, ->n the political lUlKlUn
of f> id" Court) I 1 I be
pptng beyond control I I
T wrbJeh
on a puhhe/e-i march aw t
ni House ind b i the

'
I !i
th y did no)
i > :>:..-
at of th-- qua th>n The)
icb 11] i) ite Iowb
an unw
which is neither Imaginative i
Innovative. They .1 > not op:
busing to achieve urtegrattoa
they favor decentralization
I greati t eotnoninity cant
< iy something iik-- 19 !:- -'^
which will be able to involve
parents and educate them to I
bettor understanding of tta
ols.
They view the present *>
as being unable to fdUCOtO their
children and being used only to
incarcerate'" them ever since
the passage of the compuls ry
i(tendance laws hh bnwjght
radical changes for which eduea-
tops were ill-enuipp.-.l t.i handle
ard have proved completes- m-
COfnpetOBt to s"lv e A^ far as
they arc concerned, the only
by EDWARD COHEN
e-i station ,.
traction e
and
EOT i !.
OlOt COf>s ..;.- |a ,.
uinplsshtng this
Tin- b'ack en

t] American
I u ; .
I
star* rstorn :

wheln
j,
:, <
them F
unt. and
results.
My fir-- : It I I
was a bittor.
.lit that we ha-.i
aliiinrtanniT of pbyalcJMi
t.r> and English ma>jr-
tage of jrarKi/e
and house mauls alt --
the American empJ
:> il rdiicilum. Tht-se '
s it,-- from California t r
may be natup-'-- w a> .! ,,
the balance right.
The only thing that dui
me about this is thai
who wmi'.d b- the :i i
| irtwige-t't'e-s if are -^ :
the w iy .>f the Greek
seem to be the ones w h-
against the schools
they're trying to tell IM
thing
MAHER OF FAa
by JOSEPH ALSOP
W.xSHINGTON Like the
famous cloud no bigger than i
man's hand, the next stage of
Soviet pressur-' on Israel is al-
rea ly looming up on the S '
front. Russian pilots flying S >-
-. IITC>21l have In id
ready begun to "crowd'' Israeli
air force pilots in the so-
Free Zone along the Sue/ Canal.
A bit of geography is needed
to show what thai "crowding"
- In brn-f the S -. !-. >\
iy taken over the
,i;r dt M U 1} 96
irj >l Egypt To
it srith th.
[sraebs th**- treat aM this part
>f Egypt as an artifical sanctu-
jr\. immune to air attack.
This has ben the position
linCB the terrible day. 00
April 18. when the Israeli rflMU-
heard pHotJ and air-
ind controllers in Egypt talk-
Ing Russian Suaoa then however,
the Israeli air force has never
i to ittaek the Free. Zone,
nply the narrow str.p
.'.. '. on the Egyp-
-. -i -h S .- Cbj
The attacks on the Pree Zone
Intent
- : rw I
.'r>e*o',jffaj f's to. ?
- *d tgyat'from
. 'oreiori'jvfe"
1 4Jrf8tt
of Israel's air power is now -
centrated on thi^ mal
Second, the Soviets an,! I
tians have bee; lesperatelv >
bag to gain control of the
over the canal by instalhni:
appear t-> b.- SAM-V alone "
. Une. An immense
t has therefore b.-en ri-
to kn-k out the mLssUe U
before their completion.
Recently. hosvever. 8
"crow..i.".- has (.cr-m > r :r
r Free Zone. fW
(|U t- that the P.-i-- i
nam in verj
:
v ire ess
.'--.-
-. %
if tho'Fn 7
-.
.
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Al
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I :n n
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I
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a
-
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if continued a li lw
t > l
the
this nj
'air. movod Into .i nra
of risk and menace. Thi h
truth, been a continous procet
And the U.S. frovernm- nt
just as continuously tried
CaaUaaed oa t*age U--*


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Judge Perry Called To
Washington to Testify
County Smnll Claims
i ;:rt Jndtrr Morton I.. FVriy, lor-
rr Assistant State Attifrnp\- anr
jvocf MOffTON i. penr
) i -id cf the Racket-, and Frmudl
! iMon. hM ixen called to Uatifj
*<^or- the National CommiMlon
i n Consumer Finance at a hear.! g
i i the stibjTt of "(>. dit >r Rem-
triy MMM* to DC held Monday in
Washington. DC.
Jiid..-- Prrry. Federal Trade
t Whitney Young, national director
ot Uielrhiin League, and eonaum-l
i i 'rand specialist Ral;>h Nader
will testify at the first public
hearing of this recently created
:. feral commission.
I
TheJ$ommik>n pnn-1 includes
Si n^JOTs William I'roxmire (D
'A >ljlafV- SpHrkman iP Al.i.t.
aid John G. Tower iK-Tex I, u
.. .i ('.'n'_Ts 'ii Wi rhi Pat-
n .a 1>Ti'\ i, S y:n >ur ilalp
< KJWJSKj .ijKi l\>ngress\vnman
I^tinor K. Sullivan (D-McO.
E^eeacnized as an exp rt in thi'
field of civil and criminal fraud.
Judge Pwtj :s rounding director
)' rh.- FtorfBb Owlncfl oHConabm-
er Praudi md tna recently com-
mended by tin- Dade County
Grand Jury which conducted an
investigat on li i thi iperatl >n of
the Dade County Small claims
Court.
II- la e> : Ct( I i ti -l > con- '
cerning i is l irnish neni
writ r Izui e o( prop-
erty under t tlae color oi legal
proo I us< f S .11 ci lims
Courts .- ollection agencies.
Judge Perrj i p resident of
B'nal B rith, .- i m mber of the
Board of Trustees of Temple Is-
rael a director of the American
Jewish Cotr.mifee. a Charter
Member o! Miracl Masonic Lodge
and aervei on the Regional Advis-
ory Hoard of tlu- Anti-Defamation I
; eague.
Judge Perry, i>- wife Priscilla,
and their children, Pamela and
Aaron, live in South Miami. Mr*.
Pern.', udw is completing her Mat-
ter's degree program in Urban
Affairs at the University of Miami.
serves as vice chairman of the Re- j
gtonal Advisory Boaid of the Anti-j
Defamation League and is a mem-
ber of the organization's Nation:
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(Continued frorr. Page l-A)
the activities of th<- Pbpu-
1(0- from MSrSdle East experts",
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lost control of part of his army,
much of his authority in govern-
ment, and worse still. Jost face
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A complex Arab political-
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horn reportrr1 ,;.- element
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represi nting the various Pales-
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as its chairman. The speed with
Which the new Central Commit-
tee was formed has been attrib-
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Jordan, it is to meet every six
months, it was reported, and
act as a Palestinian legislature
In exile.
Observers here say that if the
new Palestinian body can avoid
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a coordinated political line, the
nucleus may have been created
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ifynagogue Council Reelects Lehrman 1st Vice President
^lAt it annual meeting held in ( ouncll of America ervea as the i -m,-,ti,.,w i .,, ..
,\t it annual mwiiittt hold in
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L'rmcfl states it is cemi>osed ol
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an K.itil.ls. Rabbinical Ass, mhlv.
tnbbirtlcnT Council of America.
I "niori of American Hebrew Con
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tnd the li rteti Sytiflgbgw of
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Ahich is rcsponsibli 1 11 ,1 ntia 1-
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rabbinical association, federation issue
/Watt stawmnt caiung fob aid to pfro
TJ* RahMhtaii Association of Greater Miami and the Greater
Miami JcAeish Federation have iMUed .. joint statement expreas-
,ne ii>- mmn sorrow eorrccrnint- the recent tragedy whirl,
curr.-d ,n Peru and making an urgent anpenl for help
Hie statement, which waa Uwd in the name of these orgflflfes-
lions i,> Rat>bi Sol Landau, i>r.s,dent of the RaftMntcal As-m-m-
tion. and Milt.in VC. iss president of the J. wish Federation, reads:
"Hi.' .t.>\^tlnc earthdjlfakc which took some .Vt.OTl lives and
left gWW riurn**rs of innir.si destitute, anrt bereaved, is one
which stagers ,< imrurmatior When one' limb of the brtrtv of
m.inMnd h; been dealt a powerful b\n\\, the entire bJdj is
wr.cked with pain.
Th.- Rarl.ini.-.l Association of Greater Miami and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, therefore, calls upon the Greater
Miami Jtwish CtAtailUnify to come to the aid of the Permian
Victims and to offer] throuch the American Red Crafts, aid in
the form of monetary contributions or clothing.
Our suffering 1 'How human Ixin^** must Ih' provided for with
our full and inin-.edl.ite paMcipatidrl In tMI Hfe*BaWil*g work in
what lies U>en referred to as the wttHft nntunl disaster on ottr
hetnttphere. Otfte again we have occasion to dtlftunidrate the
most sacred "f all reiigioul doctrines namely; that we ate our
brothei r ke>pers.
"Our sorrow anil sympathy go out to the multitude entull -.1
in tin-, huge tragedy. We prn\ (no they will be ghren the courage
and the means to ret rver from tHil devastation and go on to
rebuild their liws anfl their Ian... The Amerienn Red (."Voss has
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Friday. Jun 19. 1975
Yen* School Nome* Rabbi IjFCS Officers
David Warman Principal Are Installed
bM Dnvnl Warman of At-
. Ga.. a Wadins; in
1 Hebrew daj *!;<., fit i,t, ruts
I AMU DAVID W AMMAN
\j- -. appointed to serve as prin-
1 ; of Yeshiva Day School, its
presktent, Irving Seidol. has an-
i need. The educational institu-
1 will open in September at 990
NE 171st St.. North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Warman. who will take
i. us new post at North Dade's
i Hebrew day school next
i th. has directed both Hebrew
a-. : general studies programs in
.Is in various communities He
founder and first educational
tor of Beth Jacob Hebrew
ool in Atlanta art has -t \ i
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or. HM faicl'i.-s of Atlanta's He-
bree Academy and Hebrew High
School. He oval principal of the He-
brew day school in Augusta. Ga.,
and once headed the teaching
staff of the Hebrew Institute of i
Charleston. S.C. He also spent -:\
n organizing and teaching in
Hebrew schools in Caracas. Win-
Mela
-Yeshiva Day School is fortu-
nate m securing the services of
such an eminent personality in the
field of education." Mr. Seidel de-
lved. "With his extensive back-
ground. Rabbi Warman will bring
, tu-w dimension to Hebrew day
school education in the North
Dade anil South Broward an
He has achieved an enviable repu-
tation." Mr. Seidel added, "for his
major contributions to the meth-
odology and effectiveness of mod-
em Hebrew and secular educa-
' tion."
A native of Paris. France, the
37-year-old rabbi was educated at
, Lice de France. Aix-les-Bains. be-
' fore emigrating to this country in
; 1947. He is a graduate of the Me-
; sifta Torah Vodaath in New York.
\ and the Ner Israel Rabbinical Col-
lege in Baltimore. He received his
B.A. degree from Georgia State
University, and his Master's de-
gree in School Administration
from Atlanta University, and later
attended the graduate school of
Johns Hopkins University and Km-
ory University. He holds teacher's
and adrninlati itort certiflcatea
from the State of Georgia He and
lus wife are the parents of two
daughu rs.
A community-wide reception in
Rabi. Warman'a honor will be
: in the Y thrva Day Sch
Auditorium Sunday at 9 p.m.
Pffic.rs for the upcoming years
m re Installed by the Jewish F
ily and Children's Service at Its
annual staff and board reception
11.,-.
Dr Alan A UptOB. who had
v, rving the organization as '
president, was named to the
preatdenc) mccaadiag Walter S.
.. who had aervi d a tw >-yeai
in that capacity. Arnold J
Stern and Leo Lamia were in-
staJled is vice presidents; Mrs.
Da-, id Ktrsh as s.vretary aid Mrs.
Eugene K Katz for a second term
a- Measurer.
Newly-elected board members
Included Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs
Mervyn Sumberg. Ronald Ager.
Sam Smith and Richard Levy.
Waller Falk. Mrs. Bernard Ne-
meroff. Mrs. Morton Silberman.
Mrs. Lois Stein and Mrs Howard
Tnnz were reflected to the board
The agency's progress during
-,he past year was reviewed by its
v eutJve director. Leon D. Fisher,
and Mr. Falk: Dr. Lipton discussed
its goals for the coming year,
touching briefly on its "reaching
out program -a new concept in
; counseling which is an approach
by which it is hoped to thwart
problems before they start.
JFCS is currently celebrating
its 50th anniversary of service to
the community.
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+ kislfk>rkiiari
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Federation Adopts Committee Report
I ie ftUir Miami Jewish Federation'! Boaul of Directors
ir nnimoui d thr report ol its MuKiple Appeals Com-
mittee which, it is hoped, will le ,-; to more effective, more
' j ind bott.': nordi-
nated Fund-raising efforts
in our community.
The report, made by
Con nittee I hairman M
Orovita, nnilinsil the
faci thai -i rapidly grow i
Greater Miami Jewish
nunrty, the tnerw-
Ing n iti.i" ii needs, plus
the critic i ovei is needs,
make it mandatory th it
the Jewish community
here mobilizi tts manpow-
er and n sources
Fedenu ion President
Milton Weiss declared
that the community re-
cognizes the validity of ill
legitimate campaigns or-
ganised for meeting hu-
man needs and that Fede-
ration itself is dedicated
to upholding the voluntary'
nature of philanthropy as we have known it throughout our
history- "Hie voluntary citizen and his health and welfare or-
ganizati >:i require some sort of self-discipline and informed
leaiership if all philanthropic enrleovors are to achieve the
m.~.ximum potential.'' he said.
Mr. ONvitZ noted in his report that most of the wall-
ow anins: citizens in Dade County are besieged for contribu-
tions during i very limited time period, creating excessive
bj '.ens upon the community and upon the time of its leader-
sh -..
/
MAX OKOVni
"It furtfkCT Serves to divide the community and drain its
a\ liable manpower and resources," he added. "Since this at-
nv sphere :s n >t in the beat interest of the total community.
F. eration has been urged bj local Individuals and agencies to
sake the leadership and establish a spirit of community co-
operation In this matter, and after considerable review has
ed to ; rtake uch > program In cooperation with all
i. anh the community.
Under the leadership of Mr Orovitz, Fed.....il in's Mul-
t .\; ... Committee will be meeting *rlth and interpreting
-' rious ganizationi so thai Items such as
lit) tlves, tl .is and methods of fund-raising
, i. ted i"'i Implemented. A number of community
iv. being Invited to cooperate in this re
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Commandos Strike Across Suez Canal
In Retaliation For Recent Ambush
TEL AVIV iJTAl Is.
u sed both
the northern and lautbarn > c-
tora "i if" S ii i Can.ii last week.
demolishing bunkers, fortifies-
.urn anti-aiii iaft guns, and
I '..in!; an Eg
station noi th ol Ras i marib.
. itest commando ral Is
across the Suez Canal were de-
crib ii as 11 taliation for I
May 31 raid in which M Is-
]ai ii sodlii is were ambushi d
and killed. Israel reported 20
Egyptian soldiers wen. killed In
thi raids, and counted four dead
and IS wounded as its loss
A senior Army officer retiort-
ed that Israeli air attacks have
succeeded in preventing the in-
stallation of anti-aircraft mis-
siles along the waterway, but
that air strikes were not Is-
Senate Rejects Proposals;
Might Impede Arms Sole
WASHINGTON, (JTAi -The
Senate has rejected two pro-
posals which opponents said
might impede arms sale to Is-
rael. By a 56-6 vote the Sen-
ate refused to end the $600 mil-
lion in the Foreign Military
Sales Act for credit sales of U.S.
this money could be used to
[ arms abroad. Observers noted
give Israel fast credit if Nixon
approved the request for more
werplonea.
By a 50-1 vote the Senate re-
fused to remove language from
the bill urging President Nixon
to make such credits available
to Israel .:' he decided she n.....I-
ed irms help. Sen. John Will-
iams. Delaware Republican, h id
offered both amendments. He
said he did not intend to stall
iel !>ut t.i jive
Congress c n trol over which na-
tions would get '"> arms
rts. Comm i
w 111 be rv i ss irj. he
iU ly son missile
sil. -
[sra lew up a
hi ii.i'm s Inside

raid
i' i as l fol ':i in-
iU-d Cross a spices
rder villa
Metu I by Aral
gui rrillas I ised n Lebanon. Ac-
cording to an unconfirmed re-
poi t pul in th" news]
Maariv, Lei ineae Array trsjopa
the guerrfOas who
had attacked Metuilah with ba-
ing was heard be-
Lebanese border, it
which could have
>>.. n ish between Arab
i Lebanese
Two Arab guerrillas were
I in a clash with an Israeli
area, an le-
an said
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Fridoy. Juno 18. i9-3
TNI RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
When We Light The Lamps
r.y
I.-.11.1. \-r Ta.ii.ii
Ami the Lord '-poke _M i
Big Sprik to Aaixwi and say
when tootf- lichrcst the
lamp* vKiwj
rer* 8 1. 2.
The theme of
this ;or-
': >n can pert)
be zed
In i
world h.ss tur:>.
Toll g I itten, things
I've learned.
Yet I remember-
7*>K -Ik.-a ernes* .
< ;:h t7e tokoh .
i ichmanus .
25H a mentseh .
AH I w is wont* .
It is mv e.ntent.in that whop
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B-BW3^B_a___I M V T SHALOM CONGRtC*- KNESETH ISRAEL 1411 E-Cl.d .
7g.iTJ TiON t*S S* '* Orthodo. OrfMrfOM. RbJ>i Day.* Lthr'.-
^ Cantor Moth BUrr. 1 Cantor AbraKam.S-Tf "
n> nBm*.rMt r.i. j. fox anshe emes -s sw in* a. MCNQrUH. aeMeuF. __ 7** s,
Conservative Cantor Sol PHowMi : Cnttratit. Rabbi Mayer *.
MM K thr drrh..ta. o/ the I KTM AM (TSVP#L77 5.S0 N K.n KrtST^Tm ^a"."
name "Se(r|?~ .tan Or & Miami. Reform Rabb \|i(i%..k. lUckt mtr ', XI i
_ Herbert Baumgard. Cantor M.cneai r*r*_ K"ma^i anfl _'.-.. r
,-n m Light th. 'lamp-, to inspire g,n l,,., h' ... s. -,i i.Kh,n;
ht i 'h"uM Le. an assistant to the Kh. n.
Herbtrt Baumgard. Cantor M.cneai r*rtJ H'wl.
It r>.rn* that Segal was original- Kyrr unit M> Samn.r .'i^lri,.
It a title affixed to the n-.m.< of "" fm t*rni.-i. A' ----------------
Tatar- Walc4,. Conwrvi' ,.
Rjlkbi Eaf-ne La.Ovit* Cantor _rt
lay as a Levttr The title \\ ?/,__ mErTZZ:* Mr" ""* K"T" ______
nation for 'Se- ">" Mr* J" lUDPV'ri
nl Ml
one who stemmed fnmi the tribe p..,, y .,.
of Levi. This person M mill referr-
..11 -r-,_
one nadir '' ',n<* <'on
We re a tize ,na' *nu Kar "" '
.. a 'hrtr. pntiqa we ream*
rC*
i tn. fnrtcm Settlor Citizens' Doy Camp
which was the functior ol the lx
In tin- temple of old when
th.> sacrifice?. >r even today when the
l>-\itr wsstMK the hands of th
BITH OAVIO !!* SW Jrd Ay*
ConMrvat(v. ftabbi Sol Landau
C*ntor Willam yy. Lipaon 4
BCTH EJu- S00 SV 17tn Ay* Ortho-
do. Rjbiji Solomon Sr- S
p m MSMajr am
'WJ Canter
crMCV *MALO|Tt 'OB B{u 0,
Qrthodoii RafcDi Pnmtaa vVi
cbfc. l.aor.t,
BETH
KOOrirl 1101 SW 1h Ay.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Mn
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickaon
f r
Whrr. Jews were fofcedto adrr.f >*rm
.. ... 1 [> I*.r1|. IjH\ I
st n.-rnie*. the I-eVltes rimpty ,.' A ,.,,, ,. t-..i,c
Orthoo
man
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corf68tcxTioT rrFcuA'* .-
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center, -vn E T- -
MortK > V.Ua.f Con*.-. .
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ADATH VESMLRUN iTIMP'.E
N E Mi(n>t C.irH--. Or r -
ryltiy Rarh. Millon s
Cantor Tibor Moiti
BETH TORAM NE 14'h St a-
Ay cnorvatiy Rah*- M>. L'b
chit* Cantor Jacob Renjyr :i
--------
SAI RAPHAEL tant SW tt>
Conatrvativ*. Rabbi Cnariei Ru-
Cantor Jack Lrn.
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SINAI .TEMPLE. Of NORTH D*CE
1(t*/11 N E ?:nrt Avonu. R'
Rabt.i Ralph P Klngat.y
Prt
m.n- j '" I
shahr.it Rhttmlat
II Kin
^rmrrrttor'. vfth yj,^ SeriiBr Cttbrns"' Summer K .h.-n Ijei.trr the Intter offeV the
*orne dlsd.tn ,)aV famp wW ope-. Motviav for priently b. nediction in the svnn
and lack of en- lU s out. bowvvei n^^, 1S 1(i ,n tn,. !,,., M yiih,.T
- wnt som- of t,.e Inspirational (-ommiinitv s,.,,,,,, ,, ,.12| DiwbpI 'a
use of vahvi M v%y >Tbi:ni Rear* There is no "ed this title a* last MfM. Ono
I ::.-n.T;.ti>n< havt ^1, ff>|. ttv j_g Momla\ ni,m'' came to be ajM o.i>.
- the eeweration
BETH TOV (Tomp*> *4St SW ith
St. Conatrvatiy* Rabb. Simon
nerjtion .hlTWfet, pvWiav ,w-,Tni. whieh who weVe ndt r:tfl> Levit.-S Apr, c.ntor s*yn,oor n.ni... r
'J2J"-W* u.-iuTv., ,,rl. f. of cultural. du- Wimf-J V mm. sJ tm< the ^ ^ p M*rt :
ever rea!terv ta-Bn ij.m nr*t' h-,1 bv volunteers. Th. h.-a III I Got WaJ Vs"or*.- ^^ ,lf ,. imi(7ne lummer da)
~- lor tlk- eld. rly n Hindi
i parerrtt be. vj^fViiriv
fl lent _____
B-ir rhiMrTi. !.. -*. r-r ... *-_-
in ki thMiimh UU** *< UmP
v. rdi Itoia* ..f the first TM-YWHA
,.f Qrtatfer Mtanu Summei "I "TO
irnatt)
M.m! 13T hlf 1th St Re'orm
CREATER
10
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Rabb. Joacph R Sa-ot
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ENTER. 3175 SW ?Sth
i :
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When I nd
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My folks had n I
nrs for mt\
All i got wjx wrottlr
Gott /n dahke-n .
r"f \' t psbn?
Z ill men nor itben an
gsjnnft,
rVhen I w wont t.- tr ivel I ir
Th.\ didn't prrnide me
a ith ;i CUT.
All I cot was worrW
led rbzuoI
j. h pamalecfl .
lob gliklich.- r. i/i
-I to incmae my
enrm 1 d^i-
thap couldn t aend me
.. c.llr
xii I gpt :us words
: -I'- n naar
Ton h i- 'I baste s.-viiie .
taken .-is proof that the bc:irer of
th.- name ls a Levite.
Wht i< Rsr-ant bv "Pllpair" Israelite c,eni
Th. i .n. 1>,|....V" ,w ~ m St Conorr.atiye Rabbi Ayrom L
Ihe ti-rm Pllpul lef.ls TO :. Dr,IlB Cantor Nathan Parnaao. 11
m.thod of stndvinr. the TstttiOd >. u Satsi i
vhirh is liichty kKleil and BornrV B*c" l'""'"" "f.'h- T
time* even h^ir sntrttinp The wnrd on OLOM itemplEi srss sw Mtft
comes from th.' word "spirx" tff St Csnaarrvativs Rabb. Ralph QM*-
man Cantor Banjamm Ban Art 13
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Gnrd lJsllroom of the Y. 8500 SW lo0c wn< %prv fim> -^ M!sfl m.
mh Ss.. Satunld>. beginning at nih (Abo| fi -, Mat|,s ,Mt on TirCReTM ,SA?L 6W0 n
S-W pm. win be us.d to aid th. ^.^ |Mj6.ssln klkm|,^,f *** C.n^rv.t.y. Rabb.
Vs SaisdtkK-C-aftipKund for n.tsly ^ ,n Tii.^ ,_.. stU(U ([ (, th_. ;u. t. -------^.__
I.uish children Th. me Of th.' aajrhenlatlOTl <>T th.' itudenUl TIFERETH JACOB LT.mpU). HI t
dance, st wrrirt. a" pari pr.ridenU ^. U(lt,f usod f,r ,r.jm.,,. ,. ^^"i;^/''*^,, c""r',,"1',
ot th.- \ \\6men vliII !- honored. ,;,,,, il: ,n<, Ipxt LS ,,lk,.n fni.n ,,,, n ,,. .. n M.JV,,, w,nd, ;, WrA .
V" T,;* ^ 'n ^'n^t "T "" ,h<' W"r,! 'Pn,H,,;' '"" -"=' "' ""' .OOEA ,TEMPLE SW, Gr.d.
( amp. lV,h Murray and his or- -p,.,. >.crUTK. the mbsl porxilat MHavalj; Was**, ~n ..r Mr an.i Bi* M.m Rabbi Mor... k.s
.hestra- will provid.- music for nwlhodof Talmiastudy InTolahd Mr .gf!." '-''*. t--h--.i par. _,..._
Cing. Mrs. Sandy Boclnh-r. Y ,.tn,, utKUanTafl Yeshlvbtt in the KVW,Mm -------.------- i^Mi,,v.h .-m^
Women president, ls acceptuis d ivs of R.-dW J.-*ct>h rVUack in th-' on (TEm*puek sooo M.ihtr Rd iir- t. ..r,i ,: : -
lable n-s. nations for the event 13th rentun.-. ThU rt.-m Talmud p.Corvt.w.. nabbi Norman n sha. ZAttQIKA .temTlV7~44 Zamor. a
Centorvat.va Rabbi M11..H B.rga-
VOL'NG 'SRAEL OF Cl**lD
MIAMI S0 Nt iT1t St Orthoda-
Rabb. Naftal' Parvart.
71 ., m S.'i.r.' \ *
s-rnw- U4 T.jr i-.nrllr. Vr tk
Conaeryat.ye ,-,.. p. ,- .\|-,, ,|, .-
>'-- Mlrtln SfailT* I -
l..rrt bv a K'sMah
r ll IT
.1 .f Mr '
rh-. the

Mrs. liochner may" he nachotl by jjoholar hectime kn ,..phone ^ the Y. ,hl, pTW,.- .s Tnothoi, tl-nv,,. ;- .*5.rlBPS -3USr- -^~~JE3CL
----------------------------------------------------------ed throughout East Turopeah YoT* Mttsvali: Rot-n. >T. -r Mr ann betm iisail. J***je JtL,f.
Beth Wloshe's Cwnp Avir hh-oth" aVflh- wntrt. ,t' cW to >- *'"-'- ggS.^*sv^sKTNa>rw1
D;. I* nth Yaar Amenca and Irae1 It is a aludy BETh moshT* cor.or.ECAT.oN emanU at, s^s'w oikiantf Par*
BegiltS ITS IJTH Itr nf the text ID depth SB Cmpnr..l 'MOO Vf. O.ai* H.r. Con.,ryatiyt. ,r,< R.torrn Rabbi R.thard M
Beth Moshe rrmgTVJratlon will to such methods as hlstoricil In- B"6Z.an K?rl,hnb^mB,',' C""t0r -'",,, ObMaae J.roma Klament ^
i[H-n Camp A\1r. its summer day vestication and liniui-ti.- -------a------- -------a--------
mno on Mondav. it has lut-n ;m- although the latter interests ma> *cuo*TMlntL. tsoi Cartyto mallanoale jewism center
** M ^^ .. ,1,^ ..- ... Orthodoa Rabb. Ion Evtr 17 1JS N E P.rat Aw* '
noumtd. This in the camps 13th sometimes enter InTd the matter A ___#___ rrlda) iMaa s..iur.i
. ar of of-^latlon certain ronotint of dialect was |ik.--' B*7H ISRAEL. 770 *0th st Orthodow
' \Vtse irvoh-ed arrhrmtrh the tne'h-
rYospectlve rompers and their i()1 ((f 1>ll|r1l] a n.>t limited t.. phll-
pfjraMU mid krl thd eonsriiraflon's r)Bodpraf spexith-.tion.
Poptel S-ieial Hat! 13631 W Dixie >*hT W th,- rrlc *> symbolie
... *. <_ M ,,;m ot iinihstnMe food*
Hw\ last w.^k.-nrt for an orien- ,.,,.,., .
In the Bible the pi;." u i-
tjitkm s.-ssi..., daTtng which they .,.i m.-t th. director's, spt-cunTM* and forliMden tn the Israelites ,-
rouns. Ion 'n ,n|,> P1^'*"1 f *"* Mace
. then- whs an attempt to suhsti-
T %^^s3eb 5 'n tl'n ^^'^ tJS^t TGJ& ---- ^R
fire "t the IT*TtT>Fe in resoonse ,.,
J* a n'
Rabbi Ber.l Wam if BETH EL (TEMPLfl. 14#* A.'
___________ Ratorm Rabbi Samaal Ja*t
BETH JACOB 301 Waahmgton Ay.. J'rl'N S' '
Orthodoa Rabb. Shmaryahu T Swir. Mortoa L. M-.m
ky Cantor M^r^M.mch... 1BCTM ALOM (TEMPLE .
BETH RAPHAEL .TSMI'iFi 1S4S Monroa St Canaaryatiye Ral
J..er.oT.. Con..rya.,y.E,R^ Morton M.lay.kx Cantor
Oayid Raab Cantor Saw Sreeh X old ____^_____
SINAI .TEMPLE) 1-01 John.
Conaorvativa Rabb. Oay.d S"*r"
Cantor Vohwdah HrLbrawn
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEi 4144
Chaaa Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kron.ah. Aaa.atant Rabb. Jarroid
Ley* Cantor Oay.d Conyir ?1
'
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Behaalotcha
.'., with its twen Daunea converging toward
entei
Wi llghtnl t;:- lamps, th. s.-v.-n lainpa shall
. in front of th. candlestick'1 iNum. ml'<
i.\ \i.i iT't'HA And the Lord s|>oke unto Moses saying:
Spi i| An on. .1 nd say unto him Whim thou lighfiist the
v.-n lamps shall kv< liffht in front of the .-andle-
itJcl And this v, is tin- wr.rk of the candlestick beaten
into t hi be_ thei-isof, and unto th. II ..w. is then-of.
it Mas tn iti n w nl- a.. online to 'he iiattom Which th. Ix>nl had-
sh,,.. n Mi i, so he mad. the c.nidl. stj.-k" i Numbers K-1-4V
A i -. : [jpvitea had been purtftatL they who were l>etven
Iheii .' ind thelrd 50th yean (Num /<> came to the teht
.1 ii.. th place of the first-born in the holy service.
In i \ n iiiii i the Israelites had d. parted fn>m Kgypt.
iv.iith. Paasovei faattval on the 14th day oTthe ftrtl
rnonta Nissan Thoss who, hawing touch..! a corpse, wen dttiiRsJ
Impure wen d to wait a month to observe the festival.
Ii. 20th da\ of thfl si-ei.nil month, the cloud rose from
th> taberi ind th. children of Israel Journeyed from Mount
i n int.. grouped around its standard, three days' d.s-
knd th<- Ark At this time, the faiarilles tx-jtan bunl. n-
Mi lli.ii complaints To ease the luuderi 70 elders.
M.is. s spnt i sated, were delagatad to sopss under him.
The. rr.'.ii.i.tiiiK t thr Woskl) Portion of the Law i r\trai-t-
rsil .ni.l I......I ii|Kin -The l.raphie Mwtiiri ot the JJrwUh Heritage."
il lit I*. Wolliiian-T:tnilr, Sl.">, pulilisln I l.\ shen.ol.l The
Milmoe is avaihdilr at 1' William ___, New i.rk ">. N V PlSSB-
il.-H' ol tli. society distrilmtiiiL' I he volume is Joseph s. hlan_
ISRAEL (TEMPLEI aSJO SW 1*1
St Cona*rvat.v* Rabbi F
m Kotlr-
to this the IlabhLs issued i dec
foi4>ffia1hg the rsMtrg nt pigs ii
the land xA Urael iS..t ih -t? In
the course of many eiiLs-xles of
forced conversion In European his-
1 irj .1 -w wen fiMtwl to ,t
is a symliol ol their aceept in
thet f:i!fh A* a nvieti-.n to Mils
BETH VOSEPH CHA.M CONCREGA. .HOLOM .TEMPLE) IS- SE till "
TION. B43 Meridian Avanut 22- A
CLBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1-4. Washington Av* Orthodo.
RabDi Dow R
louncwng
.-3
EMANUEL (TtMPLE) 1701 Waah-
mgton Ave. Conacrvativa. Rabbi
Irymg Lfhrman Cantor Zy. Adler
Vidny p_g rfabholai Shabboa 8al-
Conaaryatiy* Rabb. Mor.
Cantor Ernaat Schro.bor
---------
MOGAN OAVIO CONGREC--
f*3 Harding y Sw' '
Hall Orthodoa Rabbi laaac 0
there later came a rabbinic decree u..i;,> ., m s. rm-.n gton i- >
, jew^ to raise pigs al
tog. th "' N,r sirs Ma_ mum
Since th. pi: a il I very c-n- MEBWCW ACA^E'h7v- ?4oo P.n.tr..
mon dornest rated ananal eaten d\ oronnodox Rabbi Aiaiandar s
so manj people, md yet forbidden Groai _,
h>- Jewish dietary lawa for Jtfwlsh jacob c. cohen community
1 consumption, it is not h urd to se snY,!"*"IClJJ Au- J"'1""""" *
i.i *- -- .-- I Orthodoi Rabb. Tibor H. Starn
wnj tits ; mi ht nave beeti tn. cantor M.-er Eng.i ?
syitih .I ol diffi renc. between a Jew (
whrt nbkles bv his f.uth and om
Thu pafr u prtfktPtd m
cooperauon untS the 0*1 "
MtssH R_r.rn-ii.jl Astsrl
Ceordrnjltrr of the f-
aphrarine hrrr il
[>R MAX MPCH1TZ
SrirituaJ LrdJr' of
Bpth fo*H LX>sr.n.*nort
or Noam Miami Beach
Who afirocated it Certainly, n
instances of forced conversions
etc.. ipvohin, eating a pit; left i
( deep impres commttnlty. It is most ii I
to note that the Rabbis, In on.- In-
stance, declared that when th.
Messiah will come the meat of the
pig will be permitted to Jev.
the pig will th. ii turn to be
Kosher animal,
iKabbinical J cU
evtsion
V-
rocjram*
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
4une.i Co. I, 8:30 a iii Th.- First Estate
Topic i ipe_i Kouaing"
Moderatoi p.. \ i.utii.i c pi.
(.u.si .In,lee Harold J Hraynon
Phi i Rabbi En, \n/ Tempi. W "
Miami i;. Bch Rei C V rod Fath. r G
Grace.
< h. gai glU p.i... Sun.lax. Jsdj .'.i
4i.i..-.'i oi |Q i. ; i a ., ri,, jewiah Worahii H
Host Rabbi Rug. tie Labot Itz,
Tsmpla Nt i Tai-dd, Idiaml
-Oi 7, 1(1 a m The Still Small V.
II l R ibU Solomon Sehlfl I ol
('immunity Chaplain. > S> i I
Topic A Bar ftCftSVafl Looks at Kathei's D
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Friday. June 19. 1970
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Page 11
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Federation Board Appro* es
Largest Sums In History
i < > tinned from I'a^r I)
tbC l:JA ncivcj tlio entire Is-
ia'i Kim re <> PlQnd pirxv,d<
Agl ii"-.. allfN'iii inns rtOHMMBdMI
>> thp BodRei Oomrnttte* hwluoV:
I ..n-.it Agria-tew
) BYO -'f Miami $ .'..'Mi
i'.iin an nf J< a-ish Rducat'n 132.582
folli '-' ol .!> Mi Stud* s 20,000
i Ini|.lc in. nt.it i 11 Gi ant
Com'ty Chaplalno) Si rvicc 16,015
i 'om'l R i.i t lone Commllti i 3,800
. uban Rafuseca Spcc'l Sen 750
H< bn Academy T .."><< >
Hilk I U. "I Miami 10,000
I Youth Allans Pfm 8 400
." xv i-ii family
A Chlktren'i Service 246.747
Jewish Home i>'i the Aged 162,734
. wish v.* ntional S> rvio l*'.i;''i
Sinai Hospital 120 000
n >t I Cell >( Ii wish Worm n i > n
R I Rj at itlcmt nt Pum I 500
"> WHA ol G'ti i Miami 283.000
National \ Ki-^ioiial \ti-ni lea
Youth Svivket Apia ,ii T->0
GIFWF National
larsbip plan 7 l.xno
Drapsto C.ii. g.
Grant for aa.ik Seminar
ini Prtnclpali and
Administrators 1.100
Histadruth Ivrith 560
lewtsh Children*! Service
-f Atlanta 1.300
Ii wish Labor Commit;< i 1,300
Jewiaa Publication Sseii h 10
ti wish T< l< graphic Aft 2.250
lewish War V' tc ram 2.500
Kat'l Communlt) Relations
Advisor) Council 1.700
Nit'i Foundation for
ft ish Culture
N'at'l Jew iah u. Ifarc Board 15.000
School i 'i Ji u isn
' 'ommunal St i \ Ire
Synagogui < 'ouncil
of Am i lea
Vl\(> Institute for
J. ish Rcscan 100
JMPontiac Offering ***** ln,i,ed T*0mw
To Accept Stock As
The Down Payment
Auditorium, itoii \k isui A%
Admiss.on and tilr. shnu is a
in. North Miami Beach Com- tree Commuauon chairman Chtu -
n ission on the Aging has inviti >l ... .
the area's senior citizens to attend "'"' "M"m lws '""""""< '
its monthly dance Saturday eve- fnusie foi (iancine. will be provid t
ning in the North Miami Beach by Nal Parii ami bis archeatva.
American Aaaaciatkin foi
Marian Education $ 2.500
*.ni. ric.tr. Jewish ("'mitt., ix.ooo
Aaterloan Jewish Congress 9.r>oo
Antfafirtarnation League
of B'nai B'rith 18.000
ii B'rith National
Overseas Agencies
An* nr-lsiH.|
Cultural Foundation S 1.900
Honraw r -T. .hni.ni Joint
Mateteaance Appeal 15,400
United Hias Service m.t**>
TIGER LURE
BARBER SHOP
Remember
DAO
on hit Day ...
ro* J
iiJi.il
\ > iremaw
9782 S.W.8th St
<:' > enter
.
226-3712
Point East WC Branch Meets
Mr. and Mia, David Bioom ware
to rv| 11 on I heir reacnt lour of
BNrl t tb.' h pun. Thursday
m. .tine of Point Kast Branch 7U'i.
The Workman*! Circle in th. tom-
tit, x's Artt arid Crafts K<>m.
Jim Moi-an. pi-, xwf. nt of the m \<
JMPontiac dealership located a:
I Phcridan Street and \ S. -til in
I Hollywood, bat HiiiM.uneeri a bant
tan that will put st.H-kholdrrs in
the irlvei s v. at at a n. w ear.
Oaatamera who think th. l
*'',: |S worth mo:, than Mag -
'"-' Priee oan use it as a down
raant on a new car laataad ol
rash, Mr, Moraa said; the aajaaej
mil aeevpl any board-bated stack,,
properly endorsed and allow th<
twraaaa r : ovei the day's cJos-
pric In orhi i- words, n gard-
oi what tii.. ttock market ma)
"' tomorrow JMPoi liac promis -
'o rede, m Ihi slot l< il mon
''' ihi cl sing pi ;.' today.
i cat stoi k xchanac i
one i r s. u nil induii m
o |ros|n .:,\ am i buyers of I
1 Iht agi ncy, whk-h op< m .1 -
rhrei TuniliN aan Othei i
I* ii. nis" offen .1 bj ii" i
South K!.n ..i.i v p mtiac rt. alers
include th. cxclusivi JM GM war-
'"nnty which prives JMPontiac's
is all mainti nance and re-
l'.ui' including parts and lalxir
if".- tor th. first pa ar or 12.00it
mil. s. whichi \. r comes first, n..
.ash, s. and four frei super-glaze
!\. B a >. ar as long as you own
III. car.
"We want to give people cnod
reaaana to buy from us." Mr
Moian explained, "as w. II as tnkr
an ..I th.' cars which we sell
because we expect to buy the car
' hnck and sell the customer a hew
one sonic day."
19.8% IN LAS VEGAS
... in coth and mortgage reduction. From the inoit drwabl*
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tion u." $450 00Q coth buyt all. or owner will consider sale-
laastbctck at 30% at equity.
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Page 12-A
Captain Galbut Attending
Defense Strategy Seminar
Hymafl P. Galbut. a cap- on active duty in the various sfT
tan ;n the Naval Reserve and vices and civilian executives f-orr
Staff Officer of the Naval the various federal government
agett&feK.
l.t. Gaa John E. Ki By C
mandaat of lh Natkaaal Wai
noted thit selection t
DSS ep
well qualified officen from
:ghout the United SI
r ,pt Galbut a practicing at
tomes a/ho restaaa at 46.10 R
Palm Avc M ami Beach. .-
[fleers di from
the Navy, Army. Air F
Marine Corpi Reserves and Na-
tional i 10 attend the Sen
this
Operetta Scheduled July 11
Huaic and fun for the .ntire
family .< planned for p.m. Satur-
day July 11 when the City of
Miami will present Gilbert and
Sullivan's two-act comic o^-rotta.
The Pirates of P nzar.ee." with
th Opera Guild of Greater Miami
at th- riu's Harine Stadium Pr
Paul Csonka 11 music .iin-ctor an.i
conductor for th. opentla. which
+JeUtncrkfc*r
Frida
y. June 13, l9j
CAPT. MTMAN t. CAIfUT
Zemach iSamy^ Yariv will host
his own radio program called
Sounds of Israel." on WBUS
FM each Sunday from 4:30 to
7 p.m.. featuiing interviews
with Israeli personalities, of-
ficials and soldiers in addition
to his music. WBUS-FM also
features a national broadcast
of Hebraic sounds from 2:30 to
4:30 p.m. preceding Mr. Yariv s
program.
The Studio Restaurant
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1 irovi i~ attending a ra ~
a.-'k Defense Strategy Seminar
aSwteSU^a* ^feature lead^a.is, of jj^ ^ Jhe Pi..
C.
in, D
Th.' Defense Strategy Seminar,
r. 1 annually since 1959. deals
W th the major aspects of national
security. The curriculum is based
1 n the subjects presented in the
graduate le\el eourac conducted
, ih year at th.' National War
Collece for senior career officers I
guild's Family Opera aarkB
Alsop
Continued From Paaa 4-A
the real meaning of the
proa
Al shown in the last report in
(pace Russian arms deliver-
Egypt and Syria, from the
end ol the Six-Day War until
1W>9 wen- on i really si
K lie The aim. beyond doubt,
was to provide the Arab-states
with enough sh. -r weighl of
r-.i-tal to beat the Israelis to
their kneo~ or to thera.
i > spite the o
intention Implied by 'he enor-
mous scale of th-- Soviet ami
shipments, the U S governmi i
n*riaited in arguing that the
Kremlin merely wished to
sure the defense of its Arab
clients. Indeed, when the is.
it began to use Uv ir
fore- against Egyptian ground
targets, in July of last year
thi y were reproved for undue
Yet this Israel] action was th
. waj t. deter N laser's war of
trition, aimed to capitalize on
the wight of metal th. Sovk ti
had given the 1 'Hi i
after whan it became dear the
Soviets were sending their
SAM-.'* antiaircraft missiles to
Egypt, the U.S. line again
that the pur a is lei .-
And when the M !<;--.'i-
th Russian pilots turned up in
Egypt, the same nonsensical
u is : That line is still being ped-lled.
in f..ct. ami on verj blah lavi
Y.-t the Soviet intentions are
transparently aggraaafcai Batata
the fat.- of Israel, morevover,
the whale future of the Mid.lle
East and indeed the future of
much of Africa are stakes in
this fearful game. Worse still.
the "crowding" tactics of th
Russian pilots dearly suggest a
Soviet timetable far more ad-
vanced than has ever bean sus-
pected, even by the realistic few
Hke this reporter who foresaw
th" overall pattern.
To those unacquainted with th"
fa -ion with
a King Charles head to go on
and on about this attuatksn But
:n f ict dM most '. in.
aaagii situation to asvelop since
th,. Wbei i War fl 9
two further reports will be dtVOt-
to it.
Wagering Teas S4;0O0,000
At Flagler Kemmtl Club
Flagler Kennel Club chalked up
another first last week pan-
mutuel wagering for the first Una
in the state's greyhound racing
historv exceeded the $4 million
mark. The betting on the nine i* r-
fcrmances totaled $4,002,341.
Qualifying ror th* $100,000 In-
ternational Classic at FlagWr is
underway. Two qualifying rounds
wera set for Wedm-sday anil Sat-
urdav nights, with the survivors
OCing to the quarterfinals on
June 24. 27 and July 1 Semi-
finals will be run July 4. X and 11;
th. grand finale for eight finalists
who will be running for a $30,000
Qrsl prl will be held Saturday.
July IS.
Dr lr\ing Ix-hrman and a Stu-
lrnt Oonanlttac did th.- planning
lor the recent TVmple Kmanu-Kl
l>accalauri atr scrvsMS. Among the
youngsters serving on the commit-
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Mrs Hylan Kout Sandy, daughter
,t Mr and Mrs. Jack Scharf; Judy,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Morti-
BSCr Schaffer: Marti, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Klliott Harris: Lnrt.
.laughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred-
rick St. in. and Scott, the son of
Mr an.i Mrs Abe Jay
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Page 13-A
Young Israel Installs Its
\ew Officers, Directors
Y >ung Israel oi Greater Miami.
North Miami Beach connrega-
, new in its nth year, will for-

JACOB I. CHtKNOfSKY
natal! its recently-eli cted
- 1^71 oltk i. anil din > toi
the 9 a.m. Sabbath service!
ii- main sanctuary of thr syn.i-
ocated at 980 NE 17lst' SI
.may.
L. Chernofsky, former
IVniple Combines
loIi \iicl Confirmation
fflple Km ir.u-Kl's traditional
(" >:ifirmaUon Service was heM In
t r.Mn sanctuary in conjunction
i the regular holiday service on
:i.t day of Shavuoa
i"he Confirm ind* participated In
'\.nR prtsentation entitled
rhe Tin Oommandmenti 1970."
Ining Lehrman officiated at
- i-vice and delivered the
irge to the young pooplo.
Ira, the son of Mr and Mrs
H-'rbcrt Buchwald. who was the
70 honor student, was class val-
tnnan: Karen. daughter of Mr
I Mrs. AKin S. Cawn, was class
W-nt.
The conrirmarL Included Mont
l. r. Jill Levy, lri Hanff, K.ir
Cawn, Lisa Levy, Cathy Gold-
g Kirbara Gaiser. Sheree Sil-
f'ynthi.i Alterman. Sarah
r: Rubinstein. Nancy' Sweet,
i Imikam, Julie Benrey, rvh-
h 0.,sij>. Ir.i Rucrrwald. Larry
Steven Ralaow, Kenneth
*-nig and Paul Le Vine.
\ joint family luncheon at the
. oebleau Hotel follow.-d the
aces.
managing editor of The Jewish
Fioridian. h is bean elected to a
ec m term as president of the
' Ration; serving with aim for
[he coming year will be Theo.lure
Qr*||>in*b ^>1 Mi*u*>.fit;.;,^,
lice presidents; Finest Field
' asurer; Mrs Leonard SMersky,
eci n v. and Arthur Weingarten,
li ancial secretary.
i tected to the board oi directors
wi re M ise Bal o irl Sam Baumel.
Kenneth Calmenson, Jacob Cher-
Sam Elberg, Ern il i-
.1 mm ph Firestone, Murray Fra d
re Goldsmith Harry Gonv
'" > Mi on Gottlii ii. ,i......
Greenberg, Dr 51 ai I Gross, Hei -
Hochfi is- n. i-r.i [Saac
H .; ild Jaffe, Sol Kali hm in Wil-
Ben Lernei Harry
',r : Dr Sol Nuasbaum, Louis
Ros nberg, Barrj R nbl ith '
**!* Rosci thai, Barry Schretber,
Irvbi S idel, Mrs U onard Sider-
sky Ben Stern, Morris Tepper,
Em miM I Ungar, Arthur Weingar-
i.: I Hai ry /, ;
Mr Chernofsky, who serves as
directoi ol the publicity depart'
menl ol Garber ami Goodman Ad-
vert, sing Si rvtcea, is a vice preal-
il- nt of V/eshlva Day School, exec-
utive vice president of the Fortune
Club, and serves on the boards of
lirectora of Mealvta High School
and the South Florida Council of
the Histadrut. He is also active
in the South Florida Council of
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United states, it is affiliated with
the United Synagogue of Ameli-
as Solomon Schechter Day
Schools, and has achieved excel-
lence in both its Hebraic and sic-
ilar departments.
Judge Frederick \ Barad, who
is chairman of Temple Emanu-EJ's
Board of Education, presided at
the ceremonies in the Fn-iiland
ol th.' temple during
which the school's sixth grade stu-
its i c'i\i ii thi ir graduation
' tm.;.' from i Irving Lehr-
in A cial | ntal Ion was
de t'li Jin the daughter of
Mai llyn -.-. h i w .- th.
di dictorian ol the class.
i [blight of the graduation ex-
rciscs was a special presentation
if "< ur School," which had bei n
rranged and prepared by Trixie
Levin, dramatic director, Shmuel
Fershko, music director, and Myer
Silverman, educational director of
he school, by the Class of 1970.
The members of the class In-
i hided Eitan Yanich, Gary Silver-
man. Iris Tanney, Jack Lewis.
Deborah Goldring, Jack Gordon,
ISusana Garazi, David Medow, Lil-
lian Silvershein, Steven Uffner,
Wendy Van Dreher, Barry Klein,
Ruth Leibman, Cynthia Stern.
1 lauren RoU-rts and Jack Gerlich.

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Neil Dilloff Graduates
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Friday. June 19 197*
Israel' Ncwskrfer
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2 trap tit*! 11 t> not **> to
* ami OV latent and poll nasal
t ir a eowmry where special
prr.iVTt' for the uitelW-
ffTH! upc-
f X i4*-rtn>-r. bring conrharted at Use T- ewrsen by
the icoftvon there In the effort to find aui*aeti-
aliy gj/t d children. To beapn with Pr*e* K>*"
aaraaaa. a*J of his subjects Bare r-*erred to hem
jy I .s*u*i fW" nts Aral he hastens to add "Cortrary
t* hat m UMLHtht of Jewish parents, more than
* of those who eeme to m. with rh> a chiUrer.
..-hut Fare*** are usual!* Btah r r*\g* ihan tearss-r*.
he i^thasf-d. oeeanse thi-y so-nd more time BTBlh
rhc -rriVtrer. Tear** r> Think the bert aar.afc
arc th* brightest. b T> nttf ham*"** ana>
nikires an BD tared nat Ifcey th* had
gras^.*. TV- T. ^ansi-t-arhr optaaont. psychologist interviews aod
n. because- shetv at re I -Mnaf u-st.
tov f the T"< hrrei .- It lieiiifWfd tan* "un<
n* can erasp conm-pes rK.rmaUy tavifht
at ma h *e >"* A resai
BBidMHBI C
rfivanrrit
r sun?~ IkBt *** r)* ""' '"*'
pr,v r tlae 1 '. r% mure rarnd
taael : an* nanpomhtr arh>! eyst
ITt.f Evyata that tr-
iad enyayi -rippta*; up
j.-monstratinr hr aprrfar krvwi-
- tnvtneVfrt rorv^tt Km! iv.t B.T,*ft.h
Si/trer On Sports
Jess Silver
Fleisher (Joes Pro
F.ikmf.i; 1 M \m\ti 1 K
her and hH l wd '
-. Tokj 1 Hi v 000 1 I <* to*
2n -. :i4<
\ p ml r-ur, tarn Det
Kletahpr-. l**n- husband Daa. U. ckid.-.l on tfH
, (MfaM MhMIB "- ''> ^,,r*', ,T!' hB '*"
.rd .1 tin PO --huuJ In October- It
thr a>-5 of tV
, alrwirtr ictw m "* tiartrew
,-tMr.T urn *.H .-. a*rer w *hnr a.lv.Tte-
ted rH fhr>r^TtrTBl Drtflopment^ *orp "t Flm1*i
, kt In thi pretBOtiaB of : Wi
Jbea He WW repreaenl Part A U> Coui.tr>
In' 1 nti.
My ,\. ate are all Aort trrm." Hroce njfi U I re(
lucky ;aal make it big. I want t^ u looai u haaf fur
Qtna "i tr^- av U *de-Uiie ortra tv In. hapny-
with thi progi aao#"*W e>lf fcatrv >it a lea iiyiatht u :i
pre trill me thai U you*R "*>' ^^T artamd tti* jarew
>-^i cart re brake tttWOmti the Jlfftirnie t>^^ b.-fe-n
pre klh rm aiHt a Billy CartPel or Jark KMdajaa*
y..rtr.. r mtional millg,la c*Mmjjun Maity H man rn.td. hut hut xhowiar. n a tone time at tto.- Nattunal
Aarlhm Open m alu'imi. A BBtfaH at Boat Arthui. T*
rkuaked {ir rtrok- h-frirt ttw artMB eacatBg *>!
i, ., :..ii pen fan IS87 KJ99 H>-
mIm> w.ti sii" th. Clrrm Open In Lakeland
Gaiw '' '
xanakj and Vie MMdVIx it actian recentlj D*
r aakahoaSnc i" i-t'inn-r I lenaAMJ
MTeatlihB Lliainptuaahipa: Vk*i a i-fmi- 1.1
thi n'aa chainpionBhtpi In thi
f rm. r NCAA Htch, noa
f m IgnajUahHri a>! faer at <
thi pmaaotei of thi Flral I nal ('"l-
. tl IVn itlln I tea hekt In A> til .w Pa
ratty of Pent >mnai *
- i oad ti < ami. Leasat aa
in th. IfD-pound dhhUoti a "x Qaakaa
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WMBttera lapua
iiiunit> Centre a^aapJad thek way la re owrvAahnina;
I. am vMin in Ma innual National wi^ii VVHtare
Board Aan^aonahipt, n la raanvnt, Inwah-mK ximi-
titloa in ten w.-icht claaaaa. waa ipoeaored by the 9KW*
national a I Mortoa Ptaoav 41 ahrtJer ami Rcbatl Huatiiaitalu DaVbl
Hindu kv chairman u( Kb- h^i loarnajneni cutiinulUr.
to Bjc> srade* But W-avinj the* cruldnrn in normal
eaaanai ? ant ar. *naauc -thnr muib
raaadty and hm a nem concev* inirortuc-.: the)
t*A omiv eraaa it wnmedatriy. but <.lten think o.n
all it* anniiratiom ant conaequeTK.
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afV ^Vy^rfOfPT D LIVOTIwfl
Golda Meir: Portrait
Of A Prime Minister
W
l>*orah''
of h
MEN OIJ>A MM name
u put in rwrfmnatton for
Prirm Mirt4tT in 1909. K-
Laata. an Afrudut m.-mb.r
of the KaMaat, wt.-d nau.i hrr
a:l hrr Cabm t on the tfruuiw
s ia t^ro-
' bta a woman from ttoad.Tsrup ol
a Jtv.*h pnwrnrent lahndaa ot
li.i ahctlna madi- hef th. thh
r. Iha v..itUi to nokl a posita*i. a tn.
ataaa* paaaraad anhj "> ladat* Cinardi oi
hta BanAiiarr.
sn urty imtaiied r> |ah*aa the othen m
: ahttaajafahaa aareka h. nation
- l-+*9 ar*l HI S M I M-ir kwl a I
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to beta* 1
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Aa baa <*Wh.- krx-w fa uai
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hi lacd t*T aasrnu ir ttwi ten' an-l
ton w ii e atl. ndiag ar>o>'l jkaa i; I i..ich*i*. euaVae at
tnd the rla-ir ataha r n*^
fP .. m raadk Tr* a>out hrt Kwni i
rht p-Tf'-ct anre baaBer"
Marrfaed to Morn- Mflfeaaan .it 15. *he anm
^:. ,v HefRtaao uatttDavil B-- < ri
[sraett afffttehrn an haa a nibn
.- arvl si;- 1 the narm Meir a eontBtfatja
ptcredenl to thrii rnarraigeHa Mffl a > U it ba
pr 1 ike her t- I'alestira-i.. Im- in a k\at. ...
- an aaricaltural 1 a prutru he tc-nt in 19-1.
Th. \ artl -l fan Mi 1 bat 1* '"it trft n rwt> y. ara atter.
muiu..: I Til A\iv, when Gok'-a. a cnfli men So-
< lahst w.irk. liner 1:: thr Hi-'jrtn 1- BUMa
woal Ti..h.-rr. wi- ban in 19^4:
jhter Sa t*J > ': ib 1
Labot ;-:..- nnd ttw arajarma of retatifa
a J-i- homeland aimed initti> in h.-r Itt.
\9"M. and h. 1 rok sa a u-a> aid mothei braaane a b>
oidiaata la her i-oaamnine- iwteret ahereaftar The
dI h- r hhrtor) at wWl known !! t aiaiiliaX her
Hlaia ilj. her nanwt kmKhtr. mn* hnteni ber
r ihty t.. arcepl and h.- aronrfid by people from all
waaai Bfe have endoverd her with ; >iu.i
(pt. ol all ration* react to hnatlnctit
Kli>*a iu Airri-e-wrot- i..4aa ^IHr: ortraH af
Prtae Mtabtfer v-;i Irai Lit. d into rt.trMah by l*r.rt I. Taartilt atat
uiiaalm photoerajphn ot Mtv M.'lr from th.* tin>-
a a* 1 lit 11 ijirl until n>e-hwtorv nw^tinr with
Ar.' t wL'tilted Stall-* mi Sx-at'-mbee
1HH9. Th iok a tare iwrtmit of a r>ffarhn>ie
a tut tla ptctun* alone justify as prk-e.
I*racl cannot afford to retard the .-.*
abaaBaari ih.-m to a patt-m int mU+\ for th- a.-
ARK irv-i'ialitfc-s hi tfw way nature hav n
u> with talent and ability Fortunately. Ifej
proeram bung puro.d at T-haaon 11 hrns >
tons aa well tana
haw an im;iortint role to piajr m tn.
ii a* lea niiata. ne.Mari iu teehi
txit ar important part ol t:>.
must be done Ion* beta* they rearh uran-rsitv
P.irh n f J- warn brain aarwer can be 1..
through '- of an .nl*>htrnrd proeram at th. -
wiatat> fa
CAPITAL COMMENT
ky Sam JJpshi
4s rVe Mfere Saying:
How It All Began
as tiik Tiuan 3-rv.vii.-
^^ Bbs-Oas War which has t
^aaja. the ttre >< ar w ^r atjmach I
^^^1 ,,r;; !" I'*"' ,r%- '*'*" ,|v
fl Bjueat hasvjff* When
will it Oaa w 1.
a-.-w.-r that to recall hoa a
beajaa aat Ua tw atM
Atah-Irn.!: mrr-rl
a ith a d liber*;. -
1 riw owm r.-asor.* M-wm*- a
, ahaej .^ ; ^*rt ir tiw *h>-
m .,-vi t... Preafcaant taael ha
a rto/r-. bathaMaai an th. yaJBa hotter ai5 w,.- ,
\-g a m.i-
T,- Baaai at traaa all aia.i ha 1 il
a > kart thej ,
.10 1 1 "t v iO-oul w .1 aaday; if t*
levai -,.. t. r. laaraed nwaa '* Bla-Dap War. *
:auai U Bi Boojar bnulnunwl la mhi/Mi.*** ov t
tha) .faj not h.^r anntrol The ere has passed wta -
t-.w'. ra eo'', U ttfa r arnalaft ilH n h-.- t,, da u I <
,.-,-4 th.-n i cvaaph* \:^i wkfli aaatjaii 1 1
tie SaaM biaufaanaBt wa >m.tim fail 1
baj frvra US h I Kn naajj ar*-nua'y n W 1
hH- ii r. w..-*u aaajthaahaaa t^ e.-mmeb
4t. B 'la*1 B o< HB
ruafBcl. lUjiieiimt larai aal the I a Wed EM '-
s...wt t'mufi and th. Arala hta the fa
boM bloacoa
i- r th.- n-^t part, anhrJ has no Qjaarrt I
btfataafaj f"r lhe> run paralleJ to h. r .Ar. n
peoaahla rt-iya>naul> la UflaMi wit!
f.rrall.Th. Baal u-twrii the L'n.t.
I*rM iarhaj hi m\ thn>r yeaajBrtal ari*rn
.ivwnins "I B15 Power invirvemrt t both AaBBrtcai and
Piaalan I-nn I nauntaini th. j-.-iiim. Baal M b I ra-
tiw thnt tK. partlea t.. ihaconfitct th.-m~-i
thi ao'trnons t thi ir pe btrma T
.nt atom: with thai view, but Iha Nixan A
1 i Bjiaaaiallj rhaaged it polk*)
Thrve fact! an n\. al. il t.. all t w>
,,l tn. ttral ly unbal. larj tnh rei
. Muacow-. il> il a the S.ivi.t Iiikiii which rvnau-
sinete aiayar ajkaascle to a aettiemeat Uea.i*. 1
Beaajw, aa r" bjttai autta Moaoaahj iwans aa* Ai
ininy; i2 Canceaakaai and dtpVaiaitii
WMhancton ieart dm t ly t.. hanLniii: of tt>- 1:
-uton. whkfa ttwdK on Arnm.au willinajaeat 1 '
' U A\w*lt*arti. th. MliklluTJakf lnwaaja tjaa
ith trw itmenam. aaauBBoaj Ur.i. I will ajwayt
wttrrM'sserrmTton or CalTB CO aim : with BJUBCua
By BOtfJiT I SEGAL
Soviet Jews' Heroic Role
A itr. IMMBj, brave lean 1 W
tha i a ck> ti. \inr* anti-
Breajakre bt the Ben let L'i bat \-
1 2
I-l M
II-
tii* sa in. i( -u 1 ind <7>rli-
- lisjM f't ir--.--! 1 .- w..ii Hi. Bdoaii
1.;.' at rnrny"*
fak 1 I 1- obi arveeaj ri
iwrblBJ ih w iitiiiitKin tn th. (ktiial
..1 equal BpBarfjnalCy hi fterert lesoa, i<> th> imnta-
tKin> [nit an tin ir hunpi r fur Jewish cultural wtixi-
t> and ihi-ir ikalii v. ita) rooted bi the laith ..:
tra-ir anorstori An even more dramatic reminder
H the curious situation in thnt country wns th.-
ml bj *>.' euhshajBtal 1 aaksahi Soviet r .. bad M.n.n nimianrv hraH to N
Geraaui) and ikaajbaj thai So1rl J.>
to laraaL Tha amog of reveraraeatal i
-hit hnnj; lumih BVCT ihiH mrmrnvrrr Atft Ki-
ln, iu >i sureiv h ii'- bean aateaadei
to find I ploj beroktAj cxnaaaaaaVby ^1 '""'v'
cotjrajfeoui M*. *
lajnedal deaaDalBg tht SovtehV N' '
pulMQ) and gaua thoaT ocrtipataats imd adtlr.
wetf irs ttinr nnmr- Vtnaai reJjbjjl < '-' '"
! M n oat niaiknb* in thr antaua ol
What u reJn it waual ba lar ail who
ilw iiMk ttnn tihttrty o< U> human spirit u the aa-
ajaplea of Riaaaan Jewish baraaan waaud -
receptive nerve m the makeup ol thoae aaaerl
tiii irrayed cainel Israel in hvr ahlBnadaatl a '
day aliw ntHl to affanl haven for the on'i'*'1


Friday. June 19. 1970
LEGAL NOTICE
*jk*tetfkri(fia,r7
i
.
It.
NOTICE UNDIR FICTITIOUS
NAMR LAW
iTlCR IS HBRKIIY tilVKN that
iiti.lersigiu .1. .lo-nina 1.. ellKaKe I
huatneaa under tin- flrtitloua
,. ..f I.IN'ol.N M A I.I. AKT
, i: Ml Lincoln Road. Miami
Florida IS1M Intenii.....
, amid MIDI I til ihr (I. rk
,t Di.- Circuit Court of Dude CMMtty,
WORLD DI8TRIBI TORS. IMC
i:> JOSEPH FIBHELBON. lv. si.I.nt
KK'HARD HIC'SS
,i f..r Art World Diatribu-
r- In.
,..-. I in. .iln Ri 'I
Miami Reach. Klorlda Ml It
_? I I- ...
I'!- rlda Rlatutea, In thi
the Count) .ui Hi. u
UGAl NOTKl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70.1(06 'Judge Blanton)
In RK Batate
s VMIKI. HOL Ml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I n \n rredltora and All I
Clalaia m Deau ill Vnalnal
Saul r,-
You art hi rb notified and r<
iinr. .i i.. pri m i anj i lain.....i di
iiutiKiM which v..u mav nave
li. Mlate ..f sv.MI Kl. S>l, SHOP,
'l late i>r Dade I '..unt\. Flor-
ida, in Mi. Count) Judaea i i tad*
' aunty, ami file In* name In ilupll.
P
..fi. in
.ladi Cnun-
i Klorlda, within > m..nih-
fr..m Hi.- Ilnti ..f the fir-i publ
.in. aill In I...
Mated at Miami. Florida thi* till
i> "f .In. V M IsiTli
ANNHTTE Hl'TH FRIED.M AN
Page ISA
UGAl NOTICI
ii
As lixecU'riv
First pul.rt.al'
thi I:th day of .lun.
HARi il li RHAPIRi'
viii.ni. j for Ketati
';: I.in. ..in Road.
Mia*, rtrarh. Fi.,

NOTICE OF ACTION
>N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 709735
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Kit vmks s at Bl "CA.
\ i
Plaintiff,
i\ in N1 MKi'i'A,
Defendant
. ANTHONY Mi:-' v
HIT If one Avenue
hmm. New York
Vou, ANTHONY MECCA, are b.....
v i.otifled thai a Hill of I'.niplailil
f.'.r INnin'r lias been fil. ft alRinst
u Aivl you. are required to serve a
n>pj of JfoUi Anw.r m Plea.Iln* to
i Hill of i ofaplalnl !! ih. Plain-
at tome) PACL KWITNKY,
Bsij t.e Lincoln Road, Miami i;. .uli. JtoaH 511 a ml li.a.h. Florida I Dade
(Hi.rlda and Rle the unatnal \ County i Intendim to replater -anl
*.r n I'leailniK In the ..ffl, ,,f the "-''nt With Hie I'lcrk < th.
i"l. rk uf thi Circuit t'ourl ..n or h#. 'Court of I ..!.. i'.unt\. Florida
thi Mill .lav of July l7'i l( >.u| J A It INIH'STKIKS. INC.
(,.il to do so. luilrnu nt In it. fault |.........JerryKader. J*reHldelil

Lfc'ICIiTJVVS
NOTICE CNI
NOTICE luHBKERY I5IVBN (hat
the underalajndO, deelrlna to >.iikju; .
in buatnea* under the ffeiT"u I
f j.Alf" B( "", |J|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K'E IS HEREBY UIVEN thai I
il I. .1. -;,., K to I
the f|< UttoUH nan..
I Miil.1 /. \- i >MPANl at 137 s w
(" "" Miami. PI. rlda Intend m
r> mater -a.I name aiili th.- Clerk
of Hi. circuit Court ol Iuoh Countt
i
I.AI RIB 8 Mi.l.TZ
I'l.i EH y 11 ik.NIK
I' I M'K linl.PS'! Ithll
i"|ii:i;t ,i sax
II VRRIsi IN Kt iRNBI.I II,
yl '' III .t. ii.. I louievaTd,
I 'lortda
Bl HI KTt IN HAKIMS' i\
i...I
v lornt v f..r
Hi >LTZ A: 'MI'AN V
NOTICE UNDER
k -._!CTmOL'S NAME LAW
NOTlCal 18 HKUKBY UI\"EN
h. undVrahjrnol n l.ii-'. v u'Hi. r 'In- fi. iln.,Us i
' iM.i't m.K- i:i rI \ MKRCCRY RCII.niNU in ,
N W JMi Av< mi. y i.ii. pi
Inteudn to r.Ririt.i yiM(| n.,,,,,.
the t'l.rk fit Tti< i'Ii.uii
i loli County. Vinrni.i
FIRST rU'.l'i'ltij.
t-i>l. 'lun.-rl
N uivj:r.\ a s.. v
S7.V o n>r
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
votui: is iri:i;i:i;v t:i\ i:\ iiiai
.1. dtl.il I
iii im.-ni. under the fnuiii.u- nami
1 'i 'in i'i.iikiii \ i\\i:s-i'\ii:\t
1 OMPAN v ,,t numln i ,. ,
,v Ih. i I) coral liable..
K lortda Intend | it. i I nal.l
lth Mi. I'l.ik I the i In u.i
lie Count} Klorlda
" ,; .'' '' ral lablea, Florida, iln.-
ii day ..I .Mav. in;..
I.'is p .'A.-. ,
MANI'EI. I! PKRNANOBZ
.'AKI...S .1 Tltl'.lll.l...
Kl RT \\ BlT.ISi ii
i
Attorne) for Applli ant
167 Almerla Avi nu.-
LEGAL NOTICE
'.
. 13-1''-...
' our I
.' .i:r
thai
tti'W
.up..
At
14*4
.ri.l.i
M(h
of
t 'ir. uit
I! be taken aft-ahiM you h.r the re- ,UICH.\Rr OlrfilrS
V.. f m.n:..|. .1 In the Hill ..I Com- Att.riie> |1 fr.r J P. lVI't'STI'.ll-'s!
INC
Mi Lincoln Koad, Miami Beach, Pla.
:.- is il

TTlia notl.-r sliull Ik. i ul-li-li.-l on.-e
. h .. .. for four ..ii. uti\e ... k .
THE JEW ISM II. III 1.1A V
Ih.n'B ami t>Hl>BUBI> at Miami
Ida, ili- -"'Mi day .,f .\ia> ,\ i>
K H LBATH RAM AN.Clerk
Circuit Court Dadi County, Florida
lly .1 C SMITH
iMrput) Clerk
PACL KWITM.Y
\ (OTIMJ tor Plaintiff.
<: ijn .in It.-...I
V ...mi liea. h. KIothU
.S-13-II
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter M72JActs ot 14t
File No M A 1A1U
s.-'llt'K IS HEREBY HIVKN that
ji:vn LANUKR nobler of Count)
T,, Sal. Certificate N.. 7Tf' i.smh.1
th. lt .lay of June, A II IMT, has
fll.J aama iii nt) i.ffni. and h>
-. ule appHcatton foi h i.u .l^e.t
In laaued Ihervon Bald Certvtcata
.1 '... ~ Hi. fo|k>|na I. -tTllieil
proport) in Mi. Cojtary'ol Pad*, Btati
Florida, t..-n
i^.t .a> N of Co it.i Perrlno
,rt Ijiinl Co, Flat Hook 3
F .if i II, s.. tion I, T'.a nahlp
Rnuth. Italic. 19 Bnal rnntarn-
i'if ii *4 A-r. mure or laaa. In
it..- uuiy -a i "adi Plate ol
1I..M.I..
Th.- aaaneuiinl of aald property
ui.ii. r ill.- auM -I waa In
the ii.,me ..f s. M.i\|i'\' tIROSS-
if if: b> Tr
l!ul .mi i trtlflcate ahaII be r.--
i ni.-.i accnrdlna l law, the prop-
-m\ .1. -. i ii.. .1 herein will I" aold !
i nisheal i.i.i'ii r for i a-li at tha
C urthouae door on the fir-i Monda)
. the month ol Juu i7l, which (
h day of Jul
hated thi- ivi da> ..f June. I I7u
a I' l.HA 1 HERMAN.
i 'I. rk ..f i Ircuil 'ourt. 11 I
i VlUlHj Pk
P F Ol'l I'STIl.WI' DC
. nil S. ,1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. riCH is HEREBY tllVBN
Hi..I. i-ni..! > "-
, ,. ,,
ItlOS KERVH'I il M
II:..I.
|h
. u I'.. ii .1
I.I is K Kl< 8

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-?011
Judge Frank B Dowlingl
11R Be t a t.
i i mi \ik

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the uiuli i icii. .1. deelrllig to eiu|ajKe m
OUalneea under the fictlil'-u- nam. nl
REX S. 'I' 111 .11 llijl. .|>th | |t;,N
Harbor l-luiulii, Fla iiiti-hd to retf*-
ter -...I ...in, with th. Cl. rk o* the
|'ir, uu Court of pn.le ii.ui.iv Flor-
al..
Rnl. >.....,. jA,-, ,|t UKiMITS-
CHAFFKR and HELEN li,
!:... .1 i.- 'Virn. h,. w,f,
NKI.s. .\ FEU>MAM
Alton > i-i for AppUChul
HT. Kane i'oii. our"*e
I Miami, Fla.

13-11 i
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITrDUS NAME LAW
NOTICE i> MtaiEBY GIVKN tl.it
the aiKiernR-ueo burfn. u: l.r lh r. nil.us nifrfle .-t' "' -'"'
- r. .ij-> .-tuN-Fs i/s ri:yi:s
MA.;. IH .1 IMS N W II BL. Miami
Florida illl.-n.l- In r. i-1 e .., .| ,;,
.. i i. i k u< ('ircuil in i
'f Ii.ot. '. :' \ 1"|.
IIH.ci w SANCHEZ >. i
J i:-i'.-:'h
IN THE COUNIv juoots COUf
IN AND FOR DAQE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, No. 70-14J5
In 1;i: Batate ..f
HM.P \ v w ii.. at
IV. ,.,s. .]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Jo..Ml Cr. .luory and AM fvrJ. 11;,v
mc I'l.iimv or D> mahds Aga!n-t a,id
Ex late
..Vou ..... hereby i.oilfied anil r.-ouir-
>l\V> present any cfaliriK ami .l whlua \..u mar have arnin-t the e-
twte of HILTA V WIMXl.X de. !
I.u. ,.f !..|, County. Florida, to the
County Judaea of |>ade I'ountv. and
ViW the same in lluI)rl^.^l and a- pro-
i.l..I in Section 77.m. PV.rida siat-
ut.s. In i'u ir ..fflce* in Hie County
''unhou-. in Hade fVunrj", I'll .ri. la.
tritlilfi sl\ .-.ilendar motith* lYorh th
"ime of Mi. first imbHratIdn Hereof,
nil. ill I... bnrrcsl
I'.,:..I at Miami, .Florida, tli
!.i>- ol Xfaj A n lW
W.M.I x.K N MAER.
Bseeutor of the Km..i.. of
n.ii'x p... ,-..i
Ion of this noii. on
ay. l;.Th.
W VI ,LACB N M VER
Attorney fur Batata of
ll'l l'\ \- Wfl ."X. Hi. .1
I. Irt-.-avn.- BI.lt
.Mi ,ral. Kin 8 :130
NOTICE OK ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-996"
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l \Mi:s I. THORNTON
Plan.uif
UiF. N TJxQl\yTQN,
I'. :. ndanf
to: ij;j: n. Thornton
Realdence I 'nkno"Rrn
Y'ou. UBE N THORNTON
nu. uek .N Tin.i:\Ti in are
-19 hereby notified (hat a Kill -f I'ojai-
jilalht fra* O'voro- baa be. n ii|,.i
RT Birahist >*'". anil >.>u nr* re-iun.il lo
i.ur
f
Am
"tilplaipl on
r.\.-run.r OF
HII.OA V \\T
ITrst publl.-ntlo!
'hi- .-.th'l.o ..l Ml
'. 38 ;
I3-J9
NOTICE UNDEM eiCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS rTF.UF.Bt lilVBN that
the unilt .-i|;i|i''l. il.-irint I" eiit..!.'. ru
- und.r the tietiiious i.ani. of
..r-. n" ..).v
PleadihR rnfih.
llie Jlainliff ,,:i..ni.y. Tw .ic,..-
of pfvi.im-k' BARONR, IT'in \'..nh-
w.sf "ih s-r... Suite livi, Miami.
J-Tonds ISJJS mid file "the ...itinal
Atiafrer or pl.-adlnt Tn the ..Hi., ..t
flu eh rt. iM" the Circuit '..ort mi >
h.f..-. the lath dav ,.t Jiiiy, UTfl
ft \.u f1I lo Hi. -,.. juil,ni fault will t.- t.cxen sr.iin.-i vi>u for
.tTle nil. f .1. im.n.l. .1 in the Rill of
Complaint
.tm dplire shall he pul.li.sh.il onoe
each u..k f..r four .n-.-.-utlve ^. k-
in THI--. JEW Isll I'l.iiltll.l.W
DONE ash '.iuuhikh Miiimi.
Florida, iln 3rd day of June A 1>
1ST*
i: r. i.KATiii:i:.MA.N'. cigrk
Circuit "ourt, Dade Count' Ptoridn
Bj .MAIti-.l'KKiTK kKVT
Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Curt S.al I
l.a\.'Om.-.s of
IVH.I.ACK II \u< i.m:
'.;.... N'.W Tlh Mr. it. Suite 1""
Miami, ri..i Ida 5Jlt."
61:-stuff
Aiiorn. %s for I'lamiii'f S 5-13-19-J4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No, 70-2104
In RE Batati oi
NATHAN \V A 1.1 i.M \N
1 ..1-M-. 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .\n Cn dltoi and All Pi oi Hn>
iliK Claim, or I i.ni.in.l- Atam-l Sal.l
Hel.lt.
>'..u an i.. i. i.\ notified and reqjlir-
1 t.. an sent anj laltm and d< mand
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR",
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 84917
IN RE BUT \'l i: IK
PRANCKS ISAHELLE
TOMI.INSO.N
|.. -
CITATION (Publication)*
THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
TO pel huh u ho may I..- h|r r
law of Mi. lull PRANCES ISABEI.I S
Ti i.Ml.lN.S. i.\ and ,,|| uHlel ? ,.
... .i 11..I *
l*ou ara herebj notified thai a p -
tite ii has been filed m natd Cm.
pi aj nit for \ i............11..ii f 9i
in ih.- abnvi Ratal.....i "iu .i
' rehj -hi i lo fill in i nu.
di i within Mm i > d.
ifter Ihi t i -i iiui.li...i ..i ... ,...-
hen of, and -it \. a titan
U|..... pet it loner'h attoi Min
.mil ...i.ii.ss ai. i: nut". ;
\l RXANDBK OF Ml BR8 K \ri.\
IHIKTER, I.EVINSON \- KKM'
i r... s w i-ii-i si.-, ,i. Mii.mf, l'i
ii you i.nl '. do so. Judfrnn nl m
i... entered In .lu.. i>ui -1 i.|...n I
pet ii Ion
WITNKSS my hand and the I
..f nald '..in i at bade Coui ly, !'
I i.l.i Mi i > .1 -i.i i ol .Turn I97'i
FRANK i: DOYVUNU
i 'ounl y Judae
Bj Mini: \ C DICK
Clerk
... uu '..url 8. ..I i
l-'ii -1 puhli-in .1 '.. l'.> J. wiah Fluridiaii
|. '.-':-i:i-..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERV
No. 70-9838
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JACK ll'i|i HARE
KATHItYN MAIM
TO: KATHRYN HARE
'I 7 A/..!, a Sir. el
Port Allen. Louisiana
Y'..u. KATHHYN HARE,
by notified that a Hill ..f
for Dlvorci ha- been fill
you. and you are required
are per
i lliplai
I irtu
to serv.
NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undrmlgned, denif .* to .t.ite In
bui it.- -- under thi n
4'-Mi nth 8TANH tRU SBRY H K
st Crio.N ... : k I'iMi st ii ih
Pla Intend lo rei name with
ii i I. rk of the .'ir.-ult i'..un ..t
|i I.- i nie'i PlorVIa
.Will Ihi S KAKItIO
JOSE CAR vLI.EIti
|. i I! I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 70 *S48
1 IRETT V 1' Tkl'STN
;i1f
i wil'-s ARTHI It Till BTY
NOTICE OF SUIT
I VMKS AltTlll II TRI STY,
i s ,.|i u.inl
RU d ,
i 'in ii- ila)
: i
Voi aim: nr.'.
u
..Iii... en di -
WHITI \.''i
, 11
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alMi
B-vsTcurarrER vpartments t .":;'"" '"' A"\ ''""- v Il'""
:: ... I-, lia, Harbor nrivi taal hl''h ",u "l,v ''""' "'''"" "" "
,-, '.i.u M.ii.'.r l.r,. ,,., hv.,1 '' NATHAN V ALUM AN de-
! I1SI i it.mils) i.. .-.
name with the Circuit Court of Itnde
Count > Florida
Sole Owni r KKNNER CLINIC
FOCNDATION
an iln.. corporation
.- o .lam.- Itir.-h. Tl'aaaurer
'Ti;.' M i\ field lt":iil
Mas fb Id II. itlits. i .In.. 44131
MM s..\ a li:i.liMAN.K.s...S.
\ ..iln.! i -. for Applicant
i I'lS K.. ii.-,
M mi ri 1.1 IM
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SOTU I ED
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\~/i:\ Bl. sol MK .1.
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to ih. luntj
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urtl Cuuntj
rltbrn mo ll front
I mi ..f ih. i .si |.ui.i'. .hi..!
1 .III.- Will l-
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day o| Via} V I' l70
111.I I A .- H.NIK
\, \,iii'..
I -! pul.li. alion > M
l Mine. 1970
II VHI.1 /.i KERNICK
Vt'.miej VilniltilKti-niiiv
. oi. .In Road,
M .nn Hi ... I., Florida I
t s !: II
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ftoUcits your legal node**.
W appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate eervice at legal
rates .
Diai 37*> 4*05
tot meaner ger eerrlce
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i Court i I...I. i
in M VROI i If 'i K KENT
11. fin i

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 70-8877
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ml'.Ml P M. 1.IM 'IN I
.1 VK'i UUST il' U*DKN

I'l.llilllfs.
\ -
SHBHMAN HAI'MRINH and
1.1 HDL, I1AIMIMM>.
.Ill- H iti .1 .ll.
1 Deft iiil.un-
, TO- BlOTOWAN r. Vl'MKINP and
l.l M BL ItAI MILI.M', In- aifi .
u s n '
lln-.l.lMi. Sew York 11-'"I
VOL' mm: HERERY XoTIFIBD
Mial a sun f"i ilevlara ".' ludi u
relatina lo ..n.iln Tun,!- hPfnV held
I m li.ol.- County. Flortda. ha* n
| fii.t ..k..,ii-i you in Mo above Court
h5 Mi. plaintiffs
Toil \H RBOLMHKD lo -
, ...py ,.f yi.UT '"" r I'1';';!-
i inr on plalnllffii- alwnHM MM--
I CO I.M II FKIBDMAN, 333 SB Kiri
Sll. Miami. Klorlda I I file
| the nrtainal in th. iMti.s of the ( lerk
I of ih. above iNsurt. on or before in.
I Uth .la* of July. I""". I" d. fauH of
I bi.-h th.....mplalnf III he taken m
, unfeaaed acainal you for iha
requealed in plaintiff- i ..niplaini and
i ihii -ih daj Ju
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i"J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 70- 10253
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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jNixon Decision
On Jets Made?
^Jewish Flor idiaxi
Miami, Florida Friday. June 19, 1970
Section B
v. tSKJNGTQM
Nixon Adnunistrat
on th sa)i f marc
will U nnoui
i. te William
:, pr. onferetice
hold I Wit '
I s tar) i i
tin: I .1
State De
d.
(JTA) The
ion"s decision
jcls to Israel
by Secretary
P. Rogers at
which will be
ime prior to
partim> on a
ol tha Far
pertinent has
NeitJ P the la''- ol the press
the content! ot
, ;, ; luncemenl to be made
odicated. bul Mr. Rogers
si .it d'.icd to leave lor Asia on
June 26, and 11 la
i-rallj believed he will meel iht
..ii. d iyi tx : ire his
Meal abeam ai a think Mr.
Ktt|;er Will ll>M- llis press cilll-
lerenor .i the occaslea fr mh
iimim mj; the adminil rat ion's
ii.-. isii.n t>ii breaTs request ir
I'trinission to uurehate 2" ailili-
liooal lia'ilttiu jets ami loo
more SkylMWha. it H sje*B*rallj
i.. lleved the di-eisii'n has already
It. n nude anil would have Iiii
tiiiiitiin-. d last week had the
i ri-is i.i Jordan not erupted.
Stati I artnv nt w aa
, 's.:> followii
Jot dan, w h re Palcs-
.- r i.. ppear to have
i lined the uppei hand In Ihelr
Udi
tloi
,,i the a Iministi I
i it it ..id if a inopportune
t. announce the rale 61
to Israel w ith thi i i
. f Jordan's pro-Western
King Ili.ss, m in doubt.
Sources close t.> th.- I
l mbassv hi re say tha Ii rai I
government also feels suili :ir
tiuuxinr'' merit should not he
d the dan stabilizes There reportedly
was a foaling In Jerusalem that
if Mr. Nixon made a positive an-
nouhcemehl n the lets,
ii would serve t.> solidify the
splintered guerrilla movement
ami strength* n its more xtrenv
ist i lemei I
There was mi indication, how-
ever, of Ihe reason \\h Israeli
or American officials think the
situation in Ionian will In- clear-
er a week from new than It is
today. All reports from Amman
seemed to indicate thut Kiiin
Haaafia has beea vlrtoaH) strip-
ped of "lit aSJthOftt] as result
of last week's events, and re-
nciins on the throne it|il\ at the
will oi the guerrtHaa,
Inform it mrci hi n pxj
the belli i thai the Nixon Ad-
ministration has decided to si ll
U in Israel bul nol in
the Quantity it hat requested
'I'll- Be B.....Cl B Baj that tu main-
tain s b ii.w.i i In the Midi I
and tu reassure Arab regimes of
America! od-a II, lai ai I ill
\ i ii .I onl) w .th suffii ii hi
|rts tu up for its i
loss
Mi inwhili. th. .-; ii I port-
i c.ntii i efforts to
*ome k:i '. of in undi r-
standl itb th< Russians. '' S.
. .i Ja an Was
i.i died from Moscow lasl week
lib | i o
tin* insultations. He onfei i. d
M ll Statl 1 I i'.;i "iv nt ofl ii -
and is t xpected to retui n to
M.... iw Saturday
Assistant Secret irj ol State
t \. .ii Eaatern Affairs Jiseph
.1 Sum .. is tt. meet with Soviet
Ambassador Anatoly F Dobry-
inn this week as they continue
th. n talks on the Middle East
situation
Bureau Reelects Leonard Zilbert
Lc inard Zilbert, vice presl I nl
of Riverside Memorial Chapels
was reflected president of the
Bureau ol Jewish Education for
i second term ai the recent meet-
of the Boat d "i Directors of
the Bureau The Board of Din -
tors w ii! : esume its act \ 11 i< s a<
the end ol August, bi I u the
of ue 1970-1971 sen k>]
year.
His fellow officers Include: l eon
.1 Ell ll irold Thurman, Melvyn B.
Frumki b, and Jack K itzm i
: :. lents; Mrs. Hem > B
Wernick, Becretary; Abraham A
i Ii unhut, treat u i i ind Albei t E
. i honor u j pi sklent.
Mr Zilbert is chairman of the
board ol the Hebrew Home for
the A j I .' Miami Beach, i
president of the Men's Club
Temp'.' Emanu-I member
..f it.- Board D ton H
also past chancellor of the O n
. shwin Lodge, Knights of Pj -
thi is. president ol the 11 n ii B'rith
Ins ii .ir.ee Fund, a :. (Ml r of
the !. wrd : d r >rs of Ih Four
!"..i ims \ .....: di'.'i So ith Shor
LtOHAKD VLBiKX
; Ml. and Island View H -
A native ol Ni York Cit) hi
received his its legrec from Co-
luml ia University.
Mr. Zilbi rl it -
if the standing c
if I Burea ows VI rt
Sip Budget .and Fin,mo M '-
vyn B Frumkes, Adu'.t i: lu<- .
Mi. Henry B. Wernick, Inte
Ai '. ities; Mrs. Jot ;> i
1 >, .. : .;;>:,us Jwseph I '
Building: Mrs. Anna Bret i
Mi Bo ird ol Rev lew ; R i
- Schifl Board >f Liceni
H it) Kimball, Teacher I
it; M a B skin, N imii
Jero Bii m nfeld. Teacher W< -
fare: Jet ome Sussm in, Pu
[ati n- Judg Fre 1 N Bar '
S c lucation; I .eon J.
Aci n lit im A.
Grunhut, Me n ership.
Free Sons Of Israel lodge
i,:. ater Miami Lodge No 208,
i-i Sons ol [sra< l will ins!
officers Tht rsday June 2r>. at *
p.m. in the Washington Federal
\ ditorium. 1133 Normandy Dt
r ] ;.rstei!i. Stat
torney for Dade County, will giv
the principal address; Harry Levy,
,M charge of the
Stati irida will admlnisl
the : offici tu th- n '
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France Is About Ready To
Deliver Missiles To Lebanon
\ iJTA Ft ince la
it to agree I
to-ali A c nmtri.'s
,, to I ebanon, ;t
,: i .' i k. The
i. ,i t.i is the
which I
nsi
thi pot t said. P
i to begin nt \t ye ir
rt. which p mid not b.
-.nti m was d to havi
. natt I with the W ihingtot
tt .>f Ai I tht
. \ h newspapei
i .. luggt stcd th it the story was
i to the Al Ah tram m in t>\
"U.S. ol all on* to I
Ihe stint -ut of the rxpeetc I d
cisloi ol the Nbt ma
sell tnoi p c intb it lets to Is "ael
... is nol to
i the Al Aha mm re-
Thi Fn ncnt
rtaintains that Its irm*
Midrj isi does not appl) I
that coui tr) b ius> it was nol
.lime. I '
\. ii .i- ip u ii Si urces h
il Franct has a
relat nshii I i I '" '
h t that II has come ui
. re Isr lei ra ds
A.,s nol likely '" 'ter Its posi-
tion with regard t i the emb ir *o
According lo ime reports, a
number of French mission- have
to Beirut in recent m mths
Hisladrul Rally For Israel
Tops Previous Figures
t
ma and ;' 1 b t<>
Hi Am. rkan larael Hlstadrut
F >undation from the Gt '
u ar a passed the 11.000.000
k as a raauh "f tha it illy I ""
i 1.1 sponsored bj the o ; mta i
ti hi an'i the Israel Hlatadrut '
Council South Florida ki the
Miami i- ich Auditorium, it *
1 -ii i:;i, mead.
i>r Leon Kroniah, n Uon d eh dr
man 11 the board ol tht Hist i' '"
I ......I i'.. s i tin l" il c 'I.'
b il m ..' the third annivt i
the II si l ui Founda-
tion p ist rhe 118 nark and
sent Ihe c.mpaiitn for the M "c"
Sharetl Colli '" '"
Jen -t the 1600.0 0 it
The found Hoi the Ion
i m tn.n.il. medlea), re-
mm and cultural orograrna '
the Kfatadrut In Israel.
'I'D coUei n iring comple-
tion m larael's capital, la the ma-
|or ,,,,, ci ol the H si idrut Coun-
cil, ol which s unuel Feinat in is
chairman ol the board at I '
Michael S eain .- presid mt, The
Labor Zio I hi idtsl b>
Moe Levin, baa campaigned ex-
tensively for the college named in
nor) of I- ael second prune
minister
A larg "' !l '
leaden will >ve next week for
.i ,,, pat .. the i". den
,, Histadrul in
i-i '""
,,,,, .. |th mch le i I
.: .she i>i>..ii and Vigal W
wrill : .n the huge com
cotnmatnorating the 50?h
annlvt raary of the founding ol la-
. G ncr.l Federation ol L iboi
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Friday, June 19
1970
BBYO Board Installs
Zilbcr As President
S ha* a -en sleeted
lidi nl of tli \l.rni Am B'naij
: nth Youth Organisation Roard
l Directors, dor the 1970-71 t.-im.
\r,\i:t Jud MTIton A Friedman
civic leader and n ttonal B'nai
B'rith Youth Commteloner rut
-.\.\.,'. yean idroinlsl Ted the
citii of office during the sixth an-
uial IV11.11 BYfth-BBYO Famllj
\iidit and BBYO Board Installa-
tion thJa week :it the DUBDUt
Piaaa Hotel
Servirq wt*h him will be Fred
OhekirH-w. lira. n.>i men Kapnua
.Kisi-ph T. Murray, and Willirvn I-'
shrut<\ vox-tiNBHVlifa: Ura. NUta-
te Stexx-art. reeorYUn s.-eretary:
KUse Factor, tuneMM and Mr*
Richard K.\iA in, Mi-s Newton Hof-
tadatr, Mrs. WHflaaf i- sh,de:'
"Hjiiii Banj Pottock, Sol Sea-
viher. Bernard l_in>Sx'r2, S im-
*M Piscoe. Moe Fineguld. loaen*.
Sgondrea and Richard Kaplan; and
Mn FHtfred N. Boesak, Miami
rBYO and Fan Ida Region din ct/>r.'
Mr /.ii-'T. "tv> .-.! >l< Mvs
vnhur Baaaman, has prcvkMwry
n-M ther office* on th" BBYO
rd md worked as eonaultanl
0j < loenl B'nai 15 ritli Y.mne
Adult haptei \ reaid at H
or the : > 13 v its Mr Z lb >r
A1. I'll Zadfk
\ I sa teen-
. || pntly
.n h:s ninth ye ir as ch ipter a '
A/.A R (J-! Pn'-v Miirr
,.-h.
\ j dent of '' Ml <"-
BBYO it ion. he
1,-. -,-r. pd -' lent of the
-(-. b rd for two 5
B n IV- th
Ba'a
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Alan Mrn. Harry B>>H>r. Mr. n.'ii-
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l!rtf. Mrs. A;nm Kumteln. Mn. Ilr-h-
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Mr~ Jtorft Orvenh.^is.-. Mr Ituth
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MH th.. M~..l:im.s VM.lv H*w-
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thai. IU-lla lTlb.li, t-IN- tinier, Mi' 'in
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Charl. r...iitr. Alfr>'.l UnUrn, .\i
H.ifi.M. Harvtn 1 I .- \ i-. William
S.. k'. I. trxiiii; MaMin. Ir\\in Kin.-
I tarry Robin, Howaril X. u. JudK*
TBCfiiOnro X.Ik-.ii. Ini s. tat. IV.h
Maj-i:. A l.. \>. Jarrj Kvlman, Harry tltaaa-
tn U IV n tl \V..lff. Dr 1 I.Ml Ml
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THE ALLEN MORRIS CO. realtors
358-1000
'Have Fun And Profit' b
Or Orom Sisterhood Topic
"Haw Fun and Profit" was to I
lie th.' propram of th.- Sttterhood
of Temple Or CHom at its monthly
iii.-etinu in the temple'i aorta! hall
Thursday evening. The (nirixise
WM to pfwMr the harried IBUW
wife Btoins on n much nettUxt vac i-
':.>ii with many helpful hints
Mrs. Herbert .-..-. .-.i U preal-
(i i of th.' Sist. rhood; Mis Louli
dt si rvea as program chairman
Mra, Km ry Ofn as cuM
R ihl Ralph Glix-
nwn is spiritual leader of the
mpV ; ri.i is
Or Si
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Kaatirvth Siipfviimn by
trwniMnl Orthodaa Mabbi:
Rabbi Btn 2 and two tttady Miihgichim
U I C~1 tt. WILNO KOSHER ttE.TRMSX .0.0,
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filled with zippy cheese, then
simmered \n savory tomato
sauce Um m-m it's a
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Junch, and supper, for noshing and for party snacks and dips. Look
for Kraft Whipped Cream Cheeses in Kraffs handy rcuseable alum-
inum bowlsin your grocer's dairy case.
6 FRESH FLAVORS/CERTIFIED KOSHER


Friday. June r9. 1970
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*Y' Molds OriPntation ^arner Appoints George W. Estaver As Chief Appraiser
*9 Georjre W. Estnver, Jr. SRA.|RaKe Ory.;ini/.atioii f.>r five years, real .stair and construction loans
during the past year.
Workshops For Youth
Miami youth participating in
in,. Youth Pil*rimaK to Israel
K-athin (-p.ai, r Miami this weak to arV nt
thrmservei for th-ir stay in Israel
111, y were weh-one lenl J'X k Katzman. Arthur Rotl-
. nan. < xeciitivi vice pri siilent o
he Greater Miami Jewish Fed
, ration, ami Mirh;n 1 A Katz, Is-
,t, I Ci.minttntty Youth Consultant, i
Rnd heard a ihoaaagc eapeetaMy
reottred for them hy Mbahs t;il-
noa. Consul General of Israel.
Topta and orientation for it i
,;, nts of the YMHA Tour, Temple
Beth Sholotn Tour. Temple Israel
TOUT, lsrai I Siimmor Folk Dane-
r, IsFHei Arts Seminar. Areliae-
\ rJlg, Wei/mann Institute and
Israel Summer Institute were
:,,l m Workshop I; Workshop
11 row i ed '"pies nt inter* --t to
vimii nts Ui the Summer In Kib-
itz programs. Adventure In Kib-
itz. Sherul La'am and Kibbutz
.i
v- i ii li mm ie ind rt fresh-
nu fallowed the brfc t qu stlon
ih| HnswflK period; Mr. Katz lal r
i ii, Israeli folk dancing and

Mi.in i -t'.i.-i"- and the groups
. r | will '. I'n ticipating
v I' l
yumA Vaatt PUarrtiaaare! Ml-
:-.a.-l Atlaas, Bai I Axi Irod T< ri
Cohen, Barr> Coopi r Elli n I
iv i,i,.. Dayei Hel< Edel-
iti In, Howard Fteti I, An,in \\ K i|
Donald Klprv a, William Lei-
bowrtz, Mitchell Mandfc r, S
Milk r, < larol Unoa, Ronald Rabin,
i e Sduv nil'. J' ii Ti1!l/- orl
Ruthenberg, Uoyd Mondula. Law-
rence w. Iss, Paul Ackerman,
Samuel Abramson, Alfred Union,
Ronald stai ber.
r.-iii|>i Beth aaaeaa Vews An-
drea Alpert, Donna Carmel, Mel-
anu- Cohen, Jaaifcr Dreaai Judith
Dreitel, Ronnie rorrnena, Joel
Croaahrrir. Betsj i bt r Mark
Hendei, Lenore Katz, Jeffrey Kra-
mer, Jefl Prado, Karen RasenfeW,
Martin Rosenkrantt and Karen
Unger.
IVmpl. Israel Tour: Bl I
-.-. n a.nun Enteen, I >a> kl i r-
stiin. Leonard Kranadorf, Pet r
Mann. Jane PMtUps, Andrea Lynn
Sal/man. Susan Wolf. Nnali Y k h and Yai I Yar.ieh.
Inriu-1 Arts Seminar: Melanii '
AII**rts.J;win s C.uiinir. Roscann,
'."iihi n and Sir/amu Wolpe.
Aaefcaeetetj inK: Robin Jacobs,
Scotl Woobnan, Howard CarroeL
W.l/niuiin Institute: An in Jaffe.
lsrai I Siiiniin r I nlk Diiiuini;:
Karen Si, i n
lsr-l Siiiihiht Institute: Ber-
nard J.die. DcU Nevel and Mitch-
ell Rabin.
Ailxentiire ill kililiilt/: David
facobaon, Oak1 Kaufman. Robert
Rothman, Robert stein. Howard
Venae and l'ol&n Zaretsky.
Niiinnier In Klliluit/: Judy BrOW-
r. Kiln Burner. Jark Relsel,
Kathy Hamburg, Richard Rachlin,
Lester rllrafi, Sharon Karlit/.- Gary
K;ii lit/. Sara "T \ lt Lewin and Arthur Sweed
sin rut i^i'.uu: >u.,i Brown,
Roaeanne Gtfhvn, Joyce Una...
i lai bat a kildbei k. J1 an Bhaffi i.
: (Indj Shlh sky.
kililnitr All>n: 1'. bCCCB Baur.
I., slie Bn run i R nai Dn
Vii ki Fi Idman, l vt lyn Fields,
M rtha Horn, Constance Ka| i
! a Perlman, K< nm th 1*1
Karen Raben, Glorida Rish, Mi-
II.! l I'.'il knson. .'
Sa terman ami Polly S
V gel.
Hedy Martin Valerie Martin,
Yai B it ik, Eli L vy and Mr.
.in,l Mrs. .!' ^ inich arc w r\ ing
i> (our leaners.
Dance (Huh Formed
Officen were elected by the
newly organized Larry London
l anci Club at a Crystal Housi
champagne party hosted by Mm-
, tt, Wolf, in m Lt ssi r will serve
,,s pi, ildent of the club, which will
u sponsor "t ipecial parties, hotel
dances and free dance practice so-
cials; Alberta WHkina was chosen
,,n vice president, Goldie Bresslar
m cretary and tn asun r and Anne
Goldberg was named puublicity
chairman. Further information la
ivallable through London's Con-
servatory of Ballroom Dancing.
Georjre W. staver, Jr. SRA.tRaKe Ornani/ation for five yens
has been named chief appraiser and previously served with the
of tin- Canter Bank of Miami i Saul Z. Bennett Appraisal Co. in
Beach. Announcement of his ap-l Miami and Miami Beach, la a
pointment WM made by Al>el past president of th.' South Dad.'
Holt/, viee president and director Junior Chamber of Commerce. The
of the Carner Bmk. Carner Hank of Miami Beach baa
Mr. Kst.iver, who was cMef ap- bi-en amoiiR the most active fi-
praiser for the J. I. Klslak Mbrt- nancial organizations in providing
Mr. Estaver, currently a direc-
tor of "in Greater Miami Chapter
of the s .ei. ty of Real Estate Ap-
praisers, attended the University
of North Carolina. He lives at
14701 SW 82nd Ct.
fiOST OF OUR GUESTS
FIND SOMETHING,
UNUSUAL UP HERE.
AND TAKE IT HOME
WITH THEM. _
JSStaaMa A ftsling- Of warmth. And frtsnauntaa. Aim
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of parties, dances, lively socials casual kt tojf. ther.
Cam? Watch major Holly*ood mov.e hem* Aimed o
Wation st Grossinrer's. The electrifying Ik* onri I . 1^r,,e."wdlentertsin. i Another Singles Week: AuKuM .3-
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Founders Club Formed
Bv Hillel (lomniunitv School
Man tiar. SO persons attended, be* of tn tanmMr'f w>m w
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'dfewislliL meridian
the (A/oman s lAJorla
Friday. Jun* l^- 19V0
30th Annual District Five
Convention For B.B. Women
B R'ri'h Women District
heading its 90th annual
.- eon vent ion In Norfolk
V.i. i *" ilcend in conjunct! m
w ith 'nal B rtth District Grand
Sumbei F
!;i B'rith is an international
len organii .'.ion of
1400 nem' in c\\ ic.
:.<' md philanthrope ;
District Five includ s th
t i "..! \ | .-.-
rate* Maryl ind Vlrg n a.
larolin u South (Sarollna
in i F1 : id i
D .':.-" exler, 18th pre
B'ril th-
i Id ithn itolv
gated i -n <;. ii
S nc i iking
>r W -\ !. who h fro -
g ,-. 'i. i ". i :' i- r. >! ex-
tcnsivi > in th oo intrj ind
meet ins; witl ( itesmen
rnment leaders A flrni
I <> :".t ,,n(! ra i
, |ua Dr Wexler has d tnton-
itratei hit o and
p tbllc if.ii'
I; "irs will be extended at
the opening by Norfolk's
M i) R i\ M irtln Paul Seid
..: Miami Beach and Wri
-. : Bloora if Stiver springs
Md -'' of District Five
I won w respectively, frill
v cot tN- I leg ites Al-o on
greet (he isstiTsuly will be
Will Maze preaidi nl of the
B i i rith V'ii SI ite isao

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i- ; ( '' Ii ..... i
Pm I i I frith W imen
a pre I I '
, [%> w coordinator
,- p bile A rs fro -i 19P5 I i
I ting -l ais m bet
Ith V n .! vari "i-
i nl Under
:,., .. p ,-.., ,1-itlot i >'- l mmc" for
, (I i.. the natl hi il orgnlz ition
arith II il -
yictna M ; the
urb us.-- '-',s;-
and ci ton.
Women District Five public affairs
chairm in, and Mrs I hvard Gelfer
-I Silver Spr n Md -. i eh i
man of public afl tin : r B'nai
B'rith Women internationally.
The evenlng'i program will in-
clude panelists E Albert Pallot,
chairman B'nai B'rith Communitj
Veterans Comission, Miami Beach;
Ste M i-.1 i ml e -
B'nai B'rith Communitj \'-----rans
Seiice, Washing! m, D.C., an I
Mrs Ruth Mondschein. Mrs. Mich-
nl Shapiro, will be the guest
epeaker.
'Hie convention will end with a
joint insl dlati m Banquet Tuesdiy
evening in th hillniom at the
. len T: tangle M I ir II >tel.
Luncheon Meeting
For Justine Ladies
Justine Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress will hold a luncheon
meeting In the home of Mrs,
Charles Silvers 6500 N. Bay Kd .
Miami Beach, at noon Thursday.
Jinn- 25.
A feature of the afternoon will
i*- an analysis ot the "American
Jewish Congress Position in the
World Crisis," by Mrs. Gertrude
Rosenberg Mis Rosenberg was <
lelegute to the recent American
Jewish Congn sa Convention In
Washington. DC.
Luncheon chairmen iro lu Mi
( hark i SUvi rs, Mrs. Jach Sha-
piro and Mrs Rase Kopi I, Mrs.
Charles Greenberg is president.
When Belh David Sisterhood held its instal-
lation lun-heon in the Temple's Spector
Hall. Mrs. Harold Reinhard was the chair-
man c! the day and Mrs. Stanley Myers
was the installing officer. Incoming officers
included, from left, (seated) Mrs. Albert
Beer, cultural vice president; Mrs. Norman
Shclk, president and Mrs. Bert Saul adminis-
trative vice president; (standing) Mrs. Harold
Rappaport, recording secretary; Mrs. Mur-
ray Dacks, associate treasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Tanenbaum. membership vice president:
Mrs. Robert Siegel. youth vice president;
Mrs. Richard Bailey, ways and means vice
president; Mrs. Seymour Friend, advisor:
Mrs. Hyman Coverman, membership sec-
retary; and Mrs. Stanley Scher, correspond-
ina secretarv.
Mrs. Morphonios A Guest Speaker For Democratic Club
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CCEW's Advisory Council
Reelects Mrs. Finkelstein
Mrs diaries Finkelstein has
reetoctad chairman of the
the Continuing Educa-
tion of Woman's Community Ad-
sisory CoUhCll Also mlerted by
the Miann-Dadti Junior Collegl
group we Mis Si mley MiUedge,
vice chairman.' and Mrs. Holland
r,,, u r, saafCtary.
CCEW, which is presently head-
,d,i T "' '' dlree-
tii Internati
i joint lunch
.-tin.: m S n day The Sun- quart, red on V.-P.K I South < am-
W .men's Seminar pUSi ls expected to move late this
month to its new home at 151 NE
ir i \-.,- pat i of the Downtown
Speakers at next Wednesday's
8 p.m. meeting of the Democratic
Club of Miami B< ach, Dade Coun-
-.\ oldest and largest chartered
statewide political organizati in,
which has its headquarters in the
Variety Hotel. 17th Street and
Alton Rd., will include Mrs. Ellen (
J Morphonke, who has just re-
ligned her i>st as assistant pros-
ecuting State attorney to seek a i
Criminal Court judgeship.
Th>- popular, personable, talent-
d and humane "Lady of the Law"
will speak on "It's a Crime." ar.d
' Justice in the Court."
ANo scheduled tosjieak are Rep
Gerald A. Lewis, candidate for
State Senator; Jot- Abr'im. politi-
cal pollster and newscaster, editor
ind publisher; Mayor Harvey Ru-
North Shore Ladies Meet
A meeting will he held by the
Noitii Sh ire Ladies Auxiliary No.
>7T, Jewish War Veterans, in the
Washington Federal Bank at 1133
Normal dy Dr., Wednesday at
, 30 pm. Libbie Cohi n is pn si
dent of the Auxiliary.
Installation Luncheon Set
The South Florida Council of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute an 1 Hospital will hold its in-
stallation luncheon Tuesday >t
; i K) a m. in the horn >! Mrs Leo
Frank 4001 S. Ocean Dr., Holly-
wood. Mrs. Murray Harrison will
the installing officer.
\in. who is presently a candidate
[or tin- Florida House ot Repre-
sentatives, and Erny Fannotto,
president of the Voters and Tax-
payers and Homstead Tax Exemp-
tion Leagues of Miami and Dad<
inty. Mr. Fannotto. who is
president ol the Congress of Presi-
dents ot Civic an) Political Or-
ganizations of Dade County, will
pn sent a "Progress Report o-i
Impact."
The Democratic Chili's presi-
l. in. Col. Wally Gluck, will mo -
the question and answer
pi nod which will follow.
Free parking is available nearby
i wish to attend th
-i ssii I S, and the area is served by
S-l -M & R busses.
Ambassador (flatema
Semin ir
with "The P m,!
l of B"i frith W mv n '
Mrs R
W
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Md
B
will .
Mo
,.- \, ,n Va Mrs
bo Spring
. o; D irict F \
th. m on 'I'
Singles Invited To Join
The Regency Club of Miami
l ach Invites all singli s to
, its Cabai i Club at the Fontaine-
r.-..-.. currently being developed. hhM lM { fm a u
Horn of Plenty Buffet
25 Guests $59.50
lbs. Roast Beef
lbs. Corned Beet
lbs. Turkey or
lbs. Pastrami
lbs. Salami
lbs. Potato Salad
lbs. Ctlc Slaw
Assorted Relishes and Piciles
Dinntr Kolli Rye Bread
Invites yoo to try our
Parly Specials
Kiddush
25 Guests $59.50
Whole White Fishes
Smoked Carp
Herring in Wine Sauce
Gefilte Fish
Tuna Fish Salad
Chopped Egg Salad
Potato Salad
Fresh Fruit Display
Sliced Tomatoes-lettuce
Onion Rings
Fruit Punch
Assorted Breads
Challah
Assorted Cakes
The organisation will hold its an-
! ,dy Fair" n.-\t March
Ii i linnei Key Auditorium.
of swi
;. i and many c implinv i I
extras
All of the Aboe is AffroefiveJy Decorated and Displayed
en Disposable Silver Trays. Jusf set it out on the table.
Included are dinner Napkins, Paper Plates and Utensils
Free delivery in Miami. Miami Beach, North Miami Beach
Call 635-6579 in Miami
949-3383 in Miami & Hollywood

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HUMAN KAPLAN
"His Violin and Orchestra"
Ffynttrfy at:
CocoMwt Orove, los Angeles
hmaWmm km vo
Wt dort-Astof io M. T. C.
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs-
All V our Social functions
Call 751-6766
Sunshine Krispy
unsalted togs*,.
double good
because they re
double crisp
and strictly
Kosher-Parve
K on the package means Kosher
RS means Rabbinical Supervision
We wrap each stack in wax paper and then pack them all in our reclosablo
stay-krisp plastic bag. That's tor double crispiness, double goodness. That a
Krispy. It s nice to know that old friends are better than ever.
The freshest ideas keep coming from Sunsfime


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Friday. June 19. i9?0
Gail Schmier's Parents
Announce Her Engagement
Mr .mil M: ^. J. -, !i S, hill
NE 22nd Ave North M
ei announce tix' ngagcmcnt
datqjRirr, Gfefl Rhonda, to
Dr. M Hh.ll A. Grmtt, son or Mr.
;.nd .Mis. Bavin* Gregg 0 Lm
Mitl I> Ive, North Miami IV-ach.
Th<- bride-to-be graduated from
Norland Senior ii.lU 9 tool and
Miami Dadr Junto) OaBeve, and
ndi Florid i At lantlc
i where -ho is nMtorin
ary Bducatkm she expects
t gr i luate nexl Jim
l>i- Gregg, b graduate <>f North
ii Senior U ^h School, attend-
' | (Juteer* y of PtovMl dur-
l- hi. fresh:n in yeai 1' Bjl luat-
I fii'ui tli.' I'i.a, .. u .,; M, i .
hi the Univerait) of M
Schoo '' Madtolii
Ra'Un Hn A LiDBOWtl II |icr-
form the ceremon) icboduled i>
rice : lac* June 19. 1971.
Officers of Southeastern Florida Region of Women's Ameri-
can ORT were installed recently at the Eden Roc Hotel by
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, past Region president. Standing rrom
left to riaht: Mrs. Gerald Traktman, vice president; Mrs.
Jerry Salles, treasurer; Mrs. Michael Rosenthal, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Morris Apner, membership dues secretary; Mrs.
Syd Hoff, vice president; Mrs. Philip Stark, chairman of
the executive committee; Mrs. Mickey Niedenthal and Mrs.
Morris W. Greenberq. vice presidents; Mrs. Harry Kaufman
recording secretay; Mr*. Fritzie Leit, financial secretary.
Mrs. Jacob Lack, vice president; Mrs. Harry Carson, cones-
ponding secretary; and Mrs. Howard Horn and Mrs. Morton
Kriss. vice presidents. Mrs. Theodore Zalles, parliamentarian
and immediate past president. Mrs. Leonard Pechenik. presi-
dent, Mrs. Florence Kupperman. Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt.
National Board members and past Region presidents
seated.
:ro
caii t. semm*
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makes kugela mechayrh.
Round Town
k:m- <.u 11. l.ion. i ( .i-hin.oi wen aboanl
erulM ablci vhieb made rails
at St. Tbooias, vi.. Cap rlaitfcn
aad San Juan. Puerto Rico, re-
cently. Lots ot people ace travt i-
int; to llusi alias this sumnuT.
bay r|Krt.
* V
Mr. :inl Mrx. SWwi !.. I. mirl
hostini a dinner party at Flacl^r
Ktfirvl flub this ucvk in honor
of the forthcoming manias'' of
MrrrdilU. ilauyht. r of Dr. and
MM. Harold Rand, to Arthur
K|mt<*Ui. Tile Ri-oom's i>aivnt.
Mr. aad Mm. AUfak Kpt-ta.
anil th<* bride's aunt and uncle.
Dr. and Mr*. Vletr Dt-mhrow,
win' to co-host the rNu-arsal
dinner Thui-sday evening, and on
Friday. 4ttr nd Mm. Milton
Krk-dmu. and the lH\id P.
rilnin will host n buffi t stip-
pc* iturty while their daughter*,
-liUi<- t atmn nod 4udy Krird-
man. hold a harbrqtii- for th<'
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\H1KN IS TIIAN'liHttJVING
NOT THASKSOIVI.NGf
Thankagrviiix Dny won't be just the traditional
o |.-brut ion this your tor Helen and Piter, i Helen
js ihe daughter of Mrs. Pnul Sobel and the late
Mr. Sobd and Peler U the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Kajllsn.l For thcxc two childhood sweet
harts ThanlwcivinK Day will be their w-edding
day. Hek-n who attended Corai Gabk-s High
Sehool and then Florida College of Teehnok>fry, is
presosgly working at the Hill's Miller Medical
Center in Gainesville. Peter is in (iaincsvillc. too
-.'ttending classes at the university. Novemlvr
will roll around mighty fast for the whole family.
IT WAS A I.ONt. T \BI.K
And around the long table at "The Country
Store'' in Coconut Grove sat many of Henry
Schnekier'n friends. Henry and her husband Har-
old are off on a trip to Israel, Athens and Rome.
Ibiroki.no douht.wlll be mighty tired of seeing
hU of the ORT schools that Henry will take him
to. for Henry and her friends are most di-dicatcd
and ik-voted to ORT Florence Kupi>erman pro-
poaed a toast is the cuets held their gUUSJ i
high. In her own Inimitable way the started her
poem. "I wint to say the a-ual Uon Voyage
wishes in my own litik- way and proceeded to do
- > .Yn>ng the guests wen Mrs. Lister Pecnenek.
Mrs Sidney Kronwh. Mi-s-Fiitzi Leit. Mrs. tmtat
.!. Perle. Mrs. Thi-odore Zidles, Mrs. Norman
Moms. aflsHaMgi Steam, Mrs. Phillip Stark.
Mrs. Louia Barrun, Mrs. iu Jacobson. Two Mia
had to mis* the fun were Mrs Hnrry Ruhenblatt
who was ill and Mrs. George Linden, whose s>n
a ,- getting marrlod The group gave her a s.-t of
gorgeous luggage .i~ .1 going away present I
kn >w that I shouMii't > ly that, Itit the wrapping
I gorgeoua u the luggage and what that
.tore charged for that fancy wrapping was un-
. cable One thing perfectlj obvious if Jackie
1 1 sail : ive a lot of Rifts and bad then wrapped
doa'1 yon wish you knew where?) she woukl
apradasa) up in she millions.
I \\< V ST\MPS KKOM AFtiHANISTAT
Henri and ju-:i Essen had srrived in A/ghama>
tan lroin Pe1j.1t on their ten-weeks trip around
the world Hand says the rights are unlx-lievahle
and tin* whole trip Stews like a dream. In my
opinion (which 1 value highly the DafJvei prob-
ably think th.it Ha/el herself looks just like a
dream
.MAYS TH# MONTH
CLuig Rosieh.ni taya her husband, Arthur.
wasn't iu hit eacited 1according to liim whan the
news same that then noond grantlchiki had ar-
rived fi Cohtwater, Mich-, to join Papa and
Mama IRk-hard and Klk-n R-wichan and sister
Amy. ^aid Art. "Guess what the baby weighs!
Seven pounds and thirty-three ounces!"
huini vot'R partnkr*
Sidnsw and Esther Schwartz didn't look like
t rmaeKes Blue jeans, ii- .'.> hats made them look very Texan as they
Led tin h guests .a the Jockey <"b**>- Buananaa
..11 n lanas and bugs hats, had their drink*
!. tli, lovely ciubhouae, then went out to
the ;*'i iff'k where paj red tables and flickcr-
igjjts set the scene just right Corn on the
barbecued ribs and chicken ni.ide a terrific
1 cuimtiy spread Th- plates were piled high.
Than the music started and the cutest profes-
sional te.ni of square dancers whirled and swtrt-
sd their ikllta. The audience joim-d in and it
lots of fun. Besides the Schwartz's guests
tli. re "Stare many others, among the square danc-
ers anif square dance lookers on ware Dr. and
M Al xayioVj iUbMns, Mrs. Ethel Nack-r. Mr.
:\i\ri Mrs .Aaron Fair, and Mr. and Mrs Ben
Giratnrik, Mr ana Mrs David Hocbberg, Earl
ftnajaa], Jr., Mr. and Mrs Mike Albert, Mr.
and Mi* Harry Orleans. I>r and Mrs Hy Liehvr
and Mf and Mrs Anthony Lane.
Miami Happenings
THEY BtlLT A POOL
And as if that wasn't enough, they aba built
a guest house so that th. > .-an accommodate
more gangs, Well. Linda and Richard Brick-
man more power to you. I've mad- a note on my
oafendar to call you next September and sec
hw you like all the company a pool and s guest
house involves.
So far they bav* had Steady flow, especial-
ly on Wasteanda. Wad- and Linda Beam wen
then recently. His work is most interesting h'
reeonstruets and builds antique. Tliat sis-.-ial
Sunday aftenioon also Included Rita and Eddie
Gtasburg, Carolyn and Josh Sirkin. Barbara and
Stuart Grover and Un nda and Bob Shai.in).
There was also i group of 15 assorted youngsters!
The BrJesanaa children Karen. Pitti and Ken-
neth didn't tike their job as hosts seriously;
they were just part of the gang. Another new-
comer to Miami was there, to>- Lydia Barkman.
Another day Linda oi>eried her front door
and >aw her cousin Steve Schneider and a
friend from New Jersey standing on her dx>r
step. Steve li.id jusl graduated from Tufts t'ni-
versity, so Linda cot up an hiipromptu party,
complete with mortar boards and scholastic
decorations. What a gal!
AT WKSTYIKW CTH NTRY CLUB
h^tinc at We^tvie%v Country Club? When
don't they eat then"? Once a year they feature
all kinds of thincs that can lie found in the
lakes, rivers or sea. Everyone had a grand tiine.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs Stanley
Tate. I>r. ,md Mrs. DonaM Mtchnoff, l>r. and
Mrs Edward E Gallcr, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Langcr, Mr. and Mrs Ik-n Kov.n. Mr. and Mrs.
lidv. and Danison, Mr, and Mm. Leon Garfield
and Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel B. Robinson.
til KSS WHKKK TIIKY AKK
M irtha and Stan MycTB ire up .it their
summer home, Mar-Stan's view in North Carol-
ina Martha said they got a big welcome from
the birds, squirrels and chipmunks. They (or I
should say Martha, I think.) have started plant-
ing their terrific flower and vegetabk gardens.
tit KSS AMI HO: TIIEY'VK BEEN?
, Some people like it hot. so-ne people like it
cold, some people like music. Every year there
is a Casals Festival in San Juan. Puerto Rico.
This year it was all Beethoven. Dr. Hy Lieoer
and his Juliet and their friends, the Herman
Benjamins, were there, as well s Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice IVarlstcin and Mr. ami Mrs. Richard
Smith. The first night that Pablo Cassia didn't
conduct the Smiths sat five rows behind him. He
and his butiful Wife were completely absorbed
in the music. The Lkbers sat right in front of
them and ;dso noticed how gorgeous Mrs. Casals
is and how they were so very intent and ab-
sorbed in the music. Mrs. Casals is a cellist, too.
THEY WENT BY BOAT
It was a ship, (that's bigger than a boat I and
a whole crowd all memoirs of N.C..1 W. went to
Freoport on it There were only seven children
shoant, so no one had tn run ground finding lost
kids Included among the week-enders were Mrs.
R. Tajan. -who brought lx>th her mother and her
daughter along; Dr. and Mrs. Bert Peppercorn,
who hid tin ir two children with them: Mrs.
Ko-- Breemer, Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Gordon, Mrs.
Hermine Kline. Mr and Mrs. Morton Scho.n.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I-evine. Mrs. Doris Olin. Mrs.
Ruth Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohan. Mr.
ml Mrs. Lester J Perle, Mrs. Arthur Winarkk.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Futernick, Mrs. A. Kritaer,
Mrs. Miehael l/>wy. Mr. ami Mrs. Maurice Kutr.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Chapman and Mr, and Mrs.
Jack Schwartz.
liov. ( lands It. Kirk, Jr.. lias
i lam. d State Ban. I>. llolM-rt
i.iaiuuu to si rvc as a mcmbi r of
ill. iask fottx planning for tm-
White House Ci>nf. 11 iei- on
Cliildit n ami Youth, which lias
la-en held i \i*.v tan yi-sis since
thi administration of Fri-oii. nt
1 tn-wdorr Kihm'\ Ht.
Shrrraan Wiim. wliotwki has
served as mayor of the City of
Ninth Miami, has announced
his Intention to run for tlu seat
being vacated by Robert Gra-
ham in the State Legislature.
The Variety Cluh. Bead M.
will hold its "King for the Day"
luncheon in the KoMu hkm1
Rrstaurant at Biscayne Boule-
vard and ;kJth Street Wednes-
day noon. "IJfty" Lewi* and
Sum Seeal air eochairmen of
the event.
The Bade < ounty Bur ASSSBI
utiiMi hi Id its annual meeting
and installation this week, with
the lion, t h.trli-. R. Fulton,
Chief Judge, US. District Court,
Southern District of Florida,
administering the oath of office.
A dividend of 15 cuts per
shan payable June .'to to stock-
holders of record June 24, has
Hen di eland by the board of
directors ol I'nlted flsm hap i a
of Florida. Ine.. a I ink-holding
company which includes the
Miami Reach first h'ottosssl
Hank, (oral Osbtea First Na-
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and I'nited National of Dade-
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I T. Beaseaaar and LmUs t.m*.--
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Helen 11hiis. n IlopwiHNl and Da-
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the engagi m nt of their daughter,
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Karen and Bai ry re b< 'h ei
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The daughti r of TesapU: EamoraV
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ThausHornstein
Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs official-
Wcstvicw Country Club Sunday.
June 14. which made Irene Debra
Hornstcin the bride of Mark Rob-
rt Thaw. A reception followed at
the club.
The new Mrs Thaw, daughter
MKS. MAffVMf M. BOTWIMK
of Mr. and Mrs. Hal R. Hornstein.
66 Bay Heights Dr.. Miami, at-
tended the I'nivcrsity of Florida
ind graduated from the I'niver-
I sity of Miami, where she was
pledged to Delta Phi Kpsilon so- j
| rority. Hi r husband, the son of
Mn, Sophie Thaw of North Miami
Beach and the late Jack Thaw.
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The bride selected a floor-length
gown of candlelight silk organ/a
and Chant illy lace with a high-
necked bodice and bishop sleeves
of lace. Matching lace was appli-
quid on the hem and aisle-wide
train; her short bouffant silk illu-
sion headpiece had a matching
lace motif, and she carried a bou-
quet of white and yellow daisies
and baby's breath.
Members of the bridal party in-
cluded Mrs Judy S:ma. matron of
honor, Mrs c < iioratein and
Mis Klainc- Thaw, bridesmaids,
the groom's brother. Ronald Thaw,
best man. and ushers Stacy Ham-
Itl in and Ciaij.' Heller.
After a honeymoon in Europe,
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Miami.
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where she majored in Flementary '
duration. Her husband, the son '
i of Mrs. Nellie Jacobson of Port- !
! land. Me., and the late Mycr Ja-
; cobson. graduated from North I
; Yarmouth Aca Me., and the lJnivcr*.-?y of Miami.
He is currently doing research in
experimental paycholafry in I -Ms
1 graduate school.
The hnoe was ;ittiml..I by Ivy
Kishl* In, maid of honor, and Roni '
Abrams. Karyn Melnikoff. and
Valerie Goldman, bridesmaids. The
best man was Kllis ftrPffPfftn; Ar-
thur Kishbt in an ushered.
Mr and Mrs Jacobson will live
in South Miami after a hone>
nKKin trip to Mexico
AUK. MAIK I. THAW
Jacobson-Frankel
Rabi-i Irving \a hrman officiated
ceremonies in the Kd< n Roc
Hotel Sunday. June 14, during
"Inch ROW Prnnkel and Alan
Kmnk Jacobson exchanged their
marriage vows. The fi p.m. ritee
were followed by a reception at
the hi tl
The bride, daughter of Mr an Mn Stanley Frankel. .1444 Prai-
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from Miami Reach Senior Hinh
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Tin1 bride wa> ..tit I
sisters Mr*. RuK-it Set
Marda Shan. Alan Ui
ixi his cousin a< h vt ;
The couple plans la
York until th. y |
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IKroniah .it Temph Beth Sbolom
Sunday, June 14 t\ 3 pm
Daughtl : "I Mr- Ann.- Sattll
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Beach ind tin late Seymour Satin
the nen Mn Cltrin Ii ivorhlng for
her M ee in Human R--
lations at N.-w York t'r.i. !^.it>
She ii i graduate of Miami Reach
Wgh School .tnl the Univenit) ol
Miami, hoie -h. majored In th<'
History ..; A:t
Her huabaod. th.' son of Mn
Citrin, UMl Eighth Si '
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A senior
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and the lite Mr 1 ,
Nard Helman
man for thl gl
are Mr and Mi -
Coral Gahtea Mi
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luts. auan i. mutt
MIS. MflVrN I. fKUmKlS
Bottcinik.Astor Jhc_J*j" was u,,e"dedf byh Mi""
sha r riedberg, niaid ol honor;
The Balmoral Hotel. IU.I Har- ^ ^ ^^ of honor m-
, r. was the souins for ,hr w.-d- t
c.nc of Ronollo Lynn Astor and *,,,,. _
Marvin M. Rofwlnik on Sunday. Nlkk' ***** brulrsmaiOs. The
14. Rabbi Ralph Y. Carmi Broom's brother Warren, was best
MIS. CMAIlfS CITIIN
Tau Ki>si!on Phi fraternity, .ind
pitches for the University of Flor-
ida baseball team.
For her wedding the bride se-
lected a rowii of white organza
with a Chantilly lace bodice and
performed the 7:30 p.m. rites, and mn ""*! Steven Guttman, Jack matching floor length mantilla.
:cei ption followed at the hotel. Guttman, Sanford Sokolow. Ken-1 Her bouquet was fashioned of pink
neth Sokolow brothers of the bride, and white rosebuds, and she was
-'
Frum ken-Goldstein
Shcrri Let F"n tnkea, 16, the
groom's daughter, served as maid
..I honor, and his sons, Mark. 10.
and Stevi n, 7. and the bride's
s< ns. Stewai i. 8, an I Ji ffrey, 6,
shi red al the w edding oi their
parents in Temple [SI Bi !
June 5. Ral bi Sti ven B, Jacobs
ift t iated at the S p.m, ceremonies
which united Nancy Jam- Gold
st.in ami Malvyn 13. Frumkoa in
mat riage.
The bride, a former resident of
Phoenix. Ari.:.. obtained her II.A
degree al th<' University ol An
zoner. and has received a Univer-
it> of Miami Fellowship. An ele-
mentary sehool teacher, she has
served as vice president of Docu-
mentary Photo Aids.
A partni r in the Abbott ami
Frumkes law office, the groom
i who received his B.S.. B.A. and
LL.D. decrees from the University
of Florida, is a former special as-
sistant to the attorney general of,
the State of Florida and a formei
Miami Beach City prosecutor. He
is on the board of directors of the I
Greater Miami Urban I-eague an |
assistant secretary and board
member of the American Jewish
Committee, a vice prrsident of the
a
The hride. who had selected
long gown of silk organza appli-
t.ued with <"hantilly lace and a
t<>iiquet of orchids and carnations.
wafl given in marriage by her
lather. Diana Breedlove served as
i : maid of honor. Stuart Bot- |
-iriik served as best man; Ronald
Si hex nbenr. Michael Wollak. Ber-
u Weinberg, Larry Wildstein.
] ems Gouz ami l-arry t'arstein
twhen d.
The new Mrs. Botwimk. who
1- aches Business at Mi Arthur
h School. Hollywood, is a grad-
1 sti of North Miami Senior High
- 'i ol and Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, where she earned her B A
(jrce in Education. H< r husband
graduated from Miami Senior High
S hool and Florida Atlantic I'm-
. rsity, when he obtained Ins us. ,
l in Accounting. His parents
;> Mr and Mrs Philip Butwimk.
1011 SW 10th Am.; she is th.
Ighter of Mi and Mrs Hy
lor, llOS NYV 129th SI North
" ami.
After a wedding trip to Van-
couvi i. B.C. thi couple will n
< attle, Wash.
(f raditor-SolnAoic
In a l>e.iutiful sitting in the ball-
n at Kings Pay Country Club,
.1 .i Sokolow, daughter of Mr
I Mrs. Stdm > a Sokolow ol
too s\v 63i : r. r. was m irried
Marahall M Grmditor, son >;
I nttA Mrs Milton Graditor I 17
i Dr., Hallandale The
dli light c. n mony took placi i
F in^ay, June 11
and Terry Lurie ushered.
attended by Dianne Baron, maid
of honor, Laurie Gilbert, Donna
Berger. Phyllis Corey and Gerri j
Kampel. bridesmaids. Best man
was Jeffrey Kahn; Stephen Sokal,
Michael Margolis, Michael Brown
and Steven Arthur ushered.
Mr. and Mrs. Kahn will live in
Gainesvile after a honeymoon in
Jamaica; the bride plans t<> ttach
.vhile her husband completes his
education.
The couple will honeymoon in ~ ~
Europe btfotredlp s .vbg bgqj 'Israeli Cote Nighr
Elementary Education. She expects je gv Galil Chapter
Galil Chapter of National W'om-
i n*s Mizraohl invites all interested
persons to an Israi h Cafe Night
the last meeting of the year for
Kithn-Sitkttl the chapter. The program, which
Maida Joy Sokal. the daughter i'l he held at the home of Max
The bride was attired in a gown
of imported white Chantilly lace
and silk organza styled in the A-
line with a full court train. Her
headdress was amantilla of nrtacth-
tng Chantilly lace which was at-
tached to the long full illusion veil
which trailed ov. r the court train,
and she carried a cascade of white
Cattalaya orchids and stephanotis
n Brussels. Belgium, where the
am will attend the University'
.1 Brussels Medical School.
MISS WDY KUBIH
Miss Rubin, Mr. Spratier
Will Marry In December
The engagi meni of Judy Rubin
and Samuel Spratzer has been an-
nounced by her mother. Mrs. Lil-
lian Rubin. 1H39 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect a graduate of
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami and Miami Beach Senior
Bureau of Jewish Fducation. and I nigh School, is presently a student
chairman of the Miami Beach At- al Barnard College of Columbia
University,
torney's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Mr. Frumkes. the
son of Mrs. Lillian Frumki s. 5239
Collins Ave.. Miami Reach, is a
member of TV mple Beth Am.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frumkes enter-
tained some 350 of their friends
, on Sunday. June 14. at a cocktail
reception held in their home at
3601 N. Prospect Dr.. Miami.
where she will be a
junior this fall.
Her fiance, th< son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Spratzer of the Bronx.
N.Y.. graduated from Bronx High
School of Science and Columbia
University and is currently en>
i oiled in New York University's
Medical School.
The couple has set their wedding
date for Dec. 27.
< Mr and Mrs. Mitehel Sokal. Ol
11850 W. Dixie Hwy.. North Mi-
ami, became the bride of David
Lawrence Ka'in. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ell Kahn of Hollywood In
11 am. ceremonies conducted hy
R bbl Ralph P. Kingsley Sunday,
June 14. Both thS wedding and
the reception which followed took
;ac< In tin Montmartrc Hotel.
A native of Miami, the hride.
who :s now an elementary school
teaehi r. graduatid from Miami
Norland Senior High School and
the University of Florida, where
she was a member of Delta Phi
I psilon sorority. Army Sweet-
li arts and Alpha Tau < 'mega Lit-
I S Bter. Her husband graduated
from South Broward High School
mil the University of Florida He
is pn s, ntly enrolled In the U-F
l aw School, where he belongs to
Rothenberg, 1061 NK 162nd St..
North Miami Beach, Tuesday at
B p.m.. will include songs of both
Jewish and Israeli heritage and
refreshments served by candle-
light.
Mrs. Fva Fuehs. fund-raising
chairman, and Mrs. Morton Zemi 1.
program chairman, have arranged
for Sam Siiv.r ol shark of Israel
to give a brief talk on the state
if Israels economy. The purchase
>| Israeli produced and packaged
items is essential to thai nation.
it was noted. Samples ol such
items will be available for exam-
ination at the meeting.
Mrs. Sandra Rothenberg serves
the chapter as president.
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Friday. June
Siegel Succeeds Rosen As
Temple Menorah President
Robert I ..Siege) lias neon unani-
mously lined to servo as prosi-
dent ui Temple M tifds I-o.r.ard Rommi, wlm ha
served five term* as pixwdent, and
will continue to serve as chairman
of the board.
Although i comparattve rvw-
<~>:n.->- lp Mi ,ma Reach, Mr. Soim-1
hat served it. BuaUkau irf leader-
ship >.nce ma arrival si\ Mean
aeo. lie was hoh vice presudent
and f;tanC'' CQBMUtavc chairman
durin.: (he past three .wars and
has taken an active rote in th*
building and finance committees
He servrd ai'ii distinction as
i-h.unMii of 'he IsvnoJ Band Diu-
neni >( State a- well a< in other
function* of th> Temple, wtclwdiii-;
ro-ch'urmansliip or the VuBtpte
M- norah Lecture Scries.
H.i.i.iv,' from C'.rx-innatT. Ohio.
where he >< cd aa vice pwddJcnl
ol the Cboscn ittvi iryapaeua. Mr
S -;<-l h.i- tx i vohed in the
business at unitj of Greater Mi-
ami a9 head >' iht Ruiurt L
Sit p 1 -nd Son ( 'on Corp..
which bai put op ki-rtee build lags
throughout the city. Current 1> he
gjaged im building the Del-
Wometco Theatres
Prarto ui,i the Maison Grande.
Mr. Siegel and his wife, Eroida.
, have three otuMrrii. Soniruy. Joyce.
ukI Linda (Mrs. Philip J. Spio'nel-
, man*.
I
Also elected as Srffi rs of the
! temple for the coming year wore
vioe presidents: Jerry Sussman.
j JiK-k Rurstcm. Edgar D. Schrauh.
| Da\id Kioiman. and Nathaniel
Gtlduram; Sheldon l.olchuk socre-
taiy: Irwin Zuokerman. treasurer;
Hkhnand J Sehacffor, Rn.ineial no
rotary: William Sucher. assistant
financial vcTctnry.
Efcctu; t.i th. Jtoard of Direct-
ore areas Messrs. Irving H.CypersJ
Loufa IVCovcny. Mark Fields. Saul
Ginzburs. Alfred Golden. Joel Gr.v I
rr*1ng (Sicken, Edward Klassmaii
Jerry UJchuk, Irwin Laria, Sam-
uel Malow. Jerry Ol.n. I Then.\
Oivieto. J,K> Rulan, Saui Schiff.
, nan. Edward H. Schuman. Isidore
I WoUmviek. Mal\in EntUnder,
Abraham Schwcbcl, Mun-iw H ifeif
Samuel Shecb-t. Kenneth Suss-
man and Frodric Warrtm.
M-DJC Announces 3 Appointments
... _______- -______*_ A *. 11U.<'!
Three new appointments to fac-
ulty and administrative |>oaitions
on the South Campus of Mianii-
Dade Junior CbBqBI have been
announced by Dr. Ambroae Garner.
\ioc president.
IBMwi E. Ik war. a member ol
the college's library staff since
1963 and head of M-DJC North
library sRradera' Sr\kea Dc|art-
titotfTsirH-e 19G$. haat>^if*n.imtet
director of the library.
Barbara Garfunkel. Wing tune
>.urnalism faculty member ami
advister to tb- North Gam|His'
I tanq
h* ^ ap!!
tlS3 and head ..i
Jl.ru.- winning atudem
; The Falcon Tinv-s,
POlBtei director ol -
:>atki. P*.|
The ,..,,u tt|jjoint'< U a.^^
Undblon, who lx,n^ ;,2*5
ha\r at tht I nn. i*,tv ,A uj0'
a a graduate tdkm ,., ^'
if Ml.inmate in Coli-ci,,, j^J*
IlnMuvili to the IVwrd from
the pKiteus year*! etectlon arr
Davti Mper, A. M>x Axehnd,
Aaron Berg,T. Morris C. BerRer. I
B99mm I. MVn
Abraham Grunhut. Harry J.
Knirrht. David Miller. HnTry afocae,
Julio ScliniaducJci, and SiKkiv.u
Tcnair.
Honorarj- picident of the Tem-
ple is Max Krauss. Honorary v'ee I
j>n-sidents are Messrs. I. Droll, i
CharlnJ Somnter. Morris Bhirk. j
Abo Selecoff. Ir\ing HiJhc. S..
Fuchv Jus.-ph Mansbai*h. I>r Sam-
uel D. Greenfield, and Emanuc!
Lcbowitz.
A iH-ral Advisory IVnnl will
be ironed by tlh' president at the
iiiNt nvetiitK of the eonjrregation
in Auirust.
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1970
UmulfltrHlar
Page 11 B
?iot Amncn Rubinstein, (center) dean of
the kxw faculty al Tel Aviv University, will
.nauguiate B'nai Brith's 1970-71 Visiting
I^atwer series this fall. Prof Rubintein.
onner editor and columnist with "Haaretz."
Israel's leading morning newspaper, and a
::in.a t!rific on Israel radio, is author of
seve'aJ books and a freguent contributor
to the rfew York Times Magazine and othfr
periodicals. Dr. Avraham Biran. (left) arch-
aeologist and director of Israel's Depart-
ment of-Antiquities and Museums, and Mau-
rice Ecklman. (right1, popular novelist and,
fcr 21 years, a member of the British Parlia-
ment, are scheduled as winter and spring
Visiting Lecturers. The thiee will address
Jewish gnd college groups in scores of
North American communities in a program,
administered by B'nai Brith's department
of adult Jewish education, that is designed
to focus interest on contemporary Jewish
themes and to encourage adult Jewish study.
Temple Beth Am Installs Slate
T. tin !< B"t'' Am ha* installed
i- rv w >lfrte .t rongnKationnl of-
,,-.., t-Imb bwn n>|>ort*Ml. Th-
:-.; .. i- IrfVitl l)V KaMii H.ltxlt
H. l'surnucrd. Kublii Arthur Z.
St.'in!" rgrijMNt Cantor Mlch.-u I
Kyvr.
HeatlL"-ffo- sln<' ns prfsuli-nt
i Burton's' l'il II. a jmitn. r in
1:1. law ffari ot Blatt ami 1'ilrll.
'Ir. I'Ul:.lNh<> holds n Summa
Turn Uui^r la* ih'jmv from the
I niv<'f.txi;Mia!iii and tli> rank
thf I'.S. Army He-
Advocate Ganejral'i.
ntly vice pnaldant ,
r Miami Chapter of
Jewish Committ><'.
04 the Greater Miami
' ion's Uianl ot got -
rnors nfl i* < member of the
ade duirly and Florida Bar A-
katioi .
s. n b z .With Mr. Udell during
w comin| y> ir "ill Ik* Dr. M;<\
> II Da mi. i-xivutiw vice preai-
Mit; la'ittf'l C'NMlman. Alfn-d
Libert aiM^.li.im Sanes, vice
[>ivsidents;ffJa uii-r; Ira BoKi'l financial seen*-
lary; Mrs. Jahirt.-y Scbultz, record-
118 s.cn-ttnr. and Mrs. Millirt lit
Rogers, corresppflding secretary.
Harold Mallii was electt-d presi-
ilenl of Brothethoori; Mrs. Rhoda
Bcrnheimer president of Sister-
IhmxI an.I Shim Buumgant Youth
Oruup pit-siit' tit.
Slimmer I I pan At
Beth David South
Mil M'irtiin Turnow, eoordin-'
iior for Both David's Ulpao Con-
wssnullonail Mebn-w elnssea, an-
nounce* the iornustiorp-ol" summer
course* on N^lrlftPr, InefTmedfote
and advances!.* lovrN. Tth- |eeond
- ran in the Mull erJjssatioB pro
Kram, lhe> ill be tau 'lit b.
qualified laroell instructor* ex-
perienced In the techniques of the
Uhpan met hod.
Clanes will be held al BHh
\>.\.ii s >uth (tade ijehool it 7300
s\v 12 th Si There will be a
nim:n il tuition fee With special
rates for studaajk l'.<-:Nt. ition i-
npen t" the community 'or th.-
oouraea, atihedMliitl to U'^i" earrj
111 Illl> .
Th.' board of directors for th.
coming year includes Joseph Alt*
sehuller, J. William Baros. Dr.
Samuel Borttowltz, Barney Bern-
stein. Byron s. Chekas. Col Ar-
thur Conn. WalUi Diamond. Her-
bert Dobbin, Abe KUniman,
Irving Kpstoin, Herman K.l.lman.
Leo Gelber. Kltazci Gn< nsti in.
Hairy Gunther. Dr. Evan Katx,
Alun B. Kessler. Dr. Krwin Leaser,
Alfred Lewis. Judge David l.ieb-
nian. George Malm. Marvin Mar-
kowii/. Robert H. Newman, Kd
u.nd Both. Goodwin riulkoU. Jack
Sch.nkm.ui. ("..raid Schwartz. Jir-
(.1.1 Schwarz, Dr. William Silver,
Cliff Suchntan, Howard Trinz.
Noi man Ui-in.r and Michael
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Death of our beloved Mother: SARAH OKOUNEFF, en
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re: a son, 5 daughters, a brother; (of Chicago, Miami and
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BELLA LYSSE
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SAM MILLER
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gu ts will include his
.' nnl< 'in.
Kl.l.loT s< HIKK
>f RahlM
9 SI Scfalff. will .-.'I
Ml Bai Mit/vaii ai the H. -
r vt Academy Saturday. Juno 20.
.linn '">' Ml! MTViCX in aii-
n to the MaftaT and Haft.irah.
A student at th- H.hn w Acad-
I ui Greater Miami, Elliot, who
will be entering eighth gratli' this
i is a nx mher <>t the school's
Jr kor t'hoir and Boy Soout
Tl .,;> No. 655.
A Kuklush in honor i f tin- o le-
nt will follow th. Services, and
a brunch celebrating thf occasion
will tx' h< id at the Ai idemy Sun-
morning.
Guests coming from Mew York
i hicago i'! the i- sti\ Itk i will
:ni I de grandparents Rev. an Miller, aunti and un-
i. Mr and Mrs B i Small Mrs
It ) Small, Rabbi and Mrs. Jo-
seph s. uii. Kahin Morris Schiff,
Mis. Rurlwn Mbed, and Mr and
Bernard Miller and his cous-
in Steven Miller.
KK KV KOMASII
Ricky, the son of Mr and Mrs
Fred Komash. will uecomt' a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah at
a.m Saturday. June 30,
A s*\vnth crade student at
Nautilus Junior Hi>rti School, the
brant has won a number of
trophies as a tennis player
.\ reception and dinner will be
in c-k-bration of the occasion
: ::<\ ..nine, at the Kden ROC
Hotel
BONMK (.OI.DMAV
Bonnie, (be daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome fiiihlman will be
l to the Torafa as a Hat
M.t/vah during th. S30 p.m. Fi i-
lun- ]. s-t\ iei s c 'iidv.
r Rabbi Herbert M. Sauna,
le IVth Am
IIARRV KKOM N
(1 of Mr and Mrs
*; :* it BrOWB of North Miami
ich, will observe h i Bar Mitz-
1 Hi th Torah ition
3at uday morning, June 20, The
:- student at John F.
Junioi High School
MASK MK2DAL
R i in Max A Lipaehiti will of-
le Satin i i big Jui
when Mark, the son of Mr. ami
< Mra-Aftim Micdnl of North Miami
Reach .ei. bi Bar Mitzvah
at Beth Torah Congregation.
LISA DIAMOND
Lisa, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Diamond of North
Miami Beach, will become Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Friday evening. June 19. with
Rabbi Max a Lipschitz officiat-
ing. Lisa attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
STEVKN MAZ1.IN
Steven, the s. n of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Mazlin, will a u brate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. June 20, at
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
Rabin Naliali I'orush will officiate.
Steven attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, and d. livers
newspapers after school
Mr and Mrs Mazlin will span-
SOT a Kiddush tor tlie congrega-
tion, family and friends follow
the servicea Steven's aunt. Mrs.
Bessie Heller, will be among the
honored guests
I'KTKR COHEM
Peter, the son of Dr. and Mrs
Sumner Ft, Cohen of Miami Bach
will become a Bar Mitzvah at
9.30 a.m. Saturday. June 20, in
Temple Menorah RaMii Mayer
abramowitz will officiate.
Peter, a seventh grade student
it Nautilus Junior Hii'h School,
has been Miami Beach All-*":!..
champion swimmer for the past
three years and holds a numlvr of
blue ribbons.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
lei at Temple Menorah and a re-
ception and dinner in celebration
of ti ken will (* held in the
Beau RJvege Hotel Sunday eve-
ning
ROBKKT ISRAI 'NSTKIN
Saturday n: June 20, at
pie /.ion. Robert Gary, the son
' '-: : Mrs Arthur Braun-
Mill become Bar Mitzvah
with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
iating.
R i it iv a student at Gls hn
JuniOl High School, where he is in
venth gi
Robert's parents will host the
Kiddush following the h reici and
a reception Saturday evening in
Sei ilk H 't' ; in his honoi The
WENDY sad WAS NB
BBt Ut.NTHAI.KK
PMday June 19. at fkU p.m.
Wendy, the daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Marvin Reiehenthaler, 9\ \v.
, J9t.i St.. Hi.ileah. trill become a
Bat Mitzvah at Temple Tifercth
Jacob. Her twin brother. Wayne,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
the temple Saturday, June 20. at
9:30 a m.
Wendy and Wayne are seventh
la.ie su;.i. ntS at Hialeah Junior
High School. Both are musically
inclined Wendy is taking instruc-
tion on the flute; Wayne Is study-
ing the bant ne horn
The twins' pan nts will host th-
Shab .i Pridaj evening and
the Kidd .v!i following Saturday's
si) as well as a reception
m their children's hour Saturda)
night at the Seville : .
Guests will include their mater-
nal grandparents, Mr. and Mis
ll.man Harris of North Miami
who recently movi d to tins a-
from New York; Mr and Mrs Ar-
nold Harris, Betmore, N V ; Mr.
and Mis. Herman Balkan Fast
Rockaway, N v. and Mr sad Mra,
Gerald !< khenthaler of New York
City.
IIKNRV SPIL
Henry, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Moisea SpU, 1711 SW STth Avt
will become Bar Mitzvah Sntur- '
morning, June 20. at Temple
Or mom. i
The celebrant's parents will host
he ( meg Shahbat following Fri-
day night* services as well as the
Kiddush following th.- sen ices and
i reception and dinar at the tem-
pi- Saturday evenSBg in honor of
their son. who came to the United
States from Cuba m I960.
Among the guests will lie Mr
and Mra Bretdel Kamber Henry*i
grandparenta, Mr and Mrs Saul
Soil Dr and Mrs Samuel SpU,
unii Mi and Mrs Norman Rudd
Films At Local Theatres
\V:i!t li.-r. ~ gV | Ing Beauty"
at the Miami Mir-
Pahn Springs Theatres
!k rly Love" at the Parkv. aj
and Sunn) lai i Twin 2, and "1
Royal Hunt of the Sun" at the
ble-bill in
the O rd Wa 17th Avi nue
l>n\.--ins is h rrw Ho
' Tin Crl it Holdovi 11
dude Airport" at the Carib,
Boys :-. the B u d" it the C irlyle
and Dadeland Twtn 1 and "Oliver"
at th. Dadeland TV in 2
lll.ott Schiff
Peter CeJren
Ncr Tainid's (lass Of *70 Confir
N
Tlie theme of the Oonflrmati hi
ogram it Temple N i
Tamid ttus past Sundaj was, "is
23 More than 500 pen ma
attended the cer mony and tin
luncheon which followed
Memb the cl is
n I. Fewer, .1 idy I
:-.,' Lew Rose Ann V
K.i! en R >si nf< I | M i. I
Sava : Doi Pa ml Ste
Kaufman, J ttj < ie'b Mil
i ''' in, J mice <; lb, Jet I > nn
Rei its, Ina Coope Marl
Mich u I S '"' I Goo It. in,
R chard Kadin, Jan
ham Borkan, Ken S
liam Kutun.

'Spanish Night' Planned
Th* Int. i -An.. |
Hadassah will pn
Night' S'n da .'
in th i..i- ;
,- r ChA at HS1 S I
1 lli i hoa foil IV
R Teener, Mra C
Mis i; Kravai i
enations for th. .
PROFESSIONAL READING
EDUCATIONAL CENTER
THIRD ANNUAL
SPECIAL SUMMER READING MtOOUMS
G A D tS 1.12
TWO 5-WIIK SUMMfR SISSIONS
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. III3H Rr*OISC MATH INSTRUCTION
LOCATCt AI 21N HOLLYWOOD ll. f27-t1
IS YOUR CHILD ACHIEVING
TO HIS FULLEST POTENTIAL?
ACADEMY OF LEARNING
.. .a private diagnostic learning
center, is now accepting **
applications lor hourly summer classes
and fall full day classes.
. imprutr Inrning inj rradin| skilh
. profruional it jiIii %pcislitti
. latrtt rjucational trj,hin| aids
. Mnall clanci private nnliutlK.n
, lulornif
Register now for summer hourly sessions:
June 22- July 17 July 20-August 14
j
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tut inf.>imili.in call:
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ACADEMY OF LEARNING
O ESLflRL 7300 SW 56th Avenue. Miami
olsten
services
HEADQUARTERS
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MmM fttridlinn
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books for
young
readers
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nl ther fM'iril- -I oftes from
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dren oJ YMHA celebrate flieir sun-
before summer vacation
Celebrants are, from left, Andrea
Blum, Jcdy Uhrlich, Jeffrey Buchwald, Brian
Wciner, Clifford Grossman, Mitchell Kli
man, Stephanie Ko'.man. Mrs. Shirley Tu
ECD t< .s at right.
IEGAI NOTICE
*E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
S ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-2174
GEORGE T. CLARK
-K1-. siMMI< KI.KH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v -. .ii-..T .in.l All P*roon Hav-
ii ..i [tiimiiiIi Ajrauixt Bald
1 vi ir.- h<-rt-hy notified and r-H|Ulrp . it ,iu) claim snd .liinamln
. h v..u may havr ..k..mi-I lh.-
ate of ISIDoKK HCHMl'CKI.eR
I Ij!.- of l>adr County. KI.ti.I.i,
h<- iVunty Juilicri* "f Dad* County.
I lilt- Ihr mm in dapMcal* nnd
rldad in Section TSt.lt. Florida
lutae, m thall "f fl-" in lh < "un-
"UrlhnUM> In Dmlr Coanty, Flo.
, within l* ralendnr month*
in the time of lh* fl"-1 put>lieilon
f or the name will < barrrd
l>atd al Miami. Florida. Huh iSth
,.f Junr. A l> lift
Ot'SSIB BCHMI 'CKUBR
Ah Administratrix
r-i publlt ation of thl> nolle* on
.'lh day of June. IS70.
|N A BI'STia.N
. | for AilminlHtralrl*
I in, I'ln Knad
ml li.-a.-h. Kkmda MISS .
. i-*< : s-io ,
s THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
( F FLORIOA IN yiND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
70-10SO8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Capital Hank i'i,if
k t Ida 13113
Sam Schecter and Menashe Hirsch, owners of the Carib-
bean Hotel. Miami Beach, have announced plans to engage
a renowned cantor to officiate at the High Holiday ser-
vices to be held at the hotel this year. The Caribbean has
recently been refurnished and redecorated. In addition to
a private synagogue, the facilities include air-condiuoned
bedrooms and public rooms, a picturesque pool area, a
large, sand beach and ample free selfparking on the
premises. The Kosher dining room features special salt,
sugar and fat-free menus for those desiring diet food
selections; only Glatt Kosher meat is used.
County National Bank Will Sponsor Free Youth Movies
C Edward Kettle, president f a. community service. Parents may
County National Hank of North obtajn tickets for their children
Miami Beach, has announced the ^ bank bt.Uv,,,.n
appointment of Jerry Schwartz, a '
vto president of the bank, to set : a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays, or
m community liaison officer in through North Miami Beach serv-
ico organizations which have been
allotted tickets for distribution.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-TENNIS i^S^f
CAMP FORi^fSf
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake in the rolling lake-ridge
country of Florida s Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hole
ChampionshiD Cuurse Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
Camp Session Starts
JUNE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Depf. if
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
the youth venture jointly sihiii-
tored by the bank and Loew*l
167th Street Theater.
Free "Youth Morning Shows"
will Ik- shown each Thursday at
10..10 a.m. from June '23 through
Auk. 27. it has been announced. A
two-hour show will Include a f lun presentation geared to youth
under 16 y* art "i ace. and a va-
riety of shut subjects, The k riei
i< w Ing sponsored by the bank as
FOR SALE
CONDOMINIUM
713 COLLINS AVENUE
One Bedroom Apartment
Furnished'Eletrotor
Two Air Conditioners
$16,000. All Cosh coll 531 8795
1 3th FUN FIILID YEAH
CAMP AVIR
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
1 3630 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI FLA 33161
DREXEL SCHOOL!
REGISTER NOW...
Finish hi-schoel in time for loll coil.-qe enrollment.
All Elem., hi-school subjects, Business courses,
Adult classes. Est. 30 yeors. 3602 Collins Ave., Miomi Beach JE 4-2527.
JUNE 22nd THRU AUGUST Mth
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
9 00 A M -A 00 P.M.
AGES 2'. TO 14
. BOY5 AND GIRLS
REGISTRATION
STILL AVAILABLE
CALL 891-5508-945-0502
BUS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
NEW TEENAGE PROGRAM
ETHEL KANDEL PRE-SCHOOL DIRECTOR
FAYELEVINE RED CROSS SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR
TREES ARE
EVEITYBODY'S
BUSINESS!
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HELP YOUR 2
CHILD IMPROVE HIS READING AND LEARNING SKILLS *
THIS SUMMER. V
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CONCERNED PARENTS
IMPROVE HIS READING AND LEAKNI
UMMER.
AMERICAN READING SERVICES
- ...i rd lattMl IntlHldl rtodnt ctn'ir B'.rd Cy
. -, dii ia4ci ataai
r .itiLdno", nrtilitt t ..p.-.trcd latiractoci
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AMERICAN READING SERVICES
966-1858 731-5130
William Laaria Philip J. Clement*
Directors
Coral ln n. Iwtsriiis Nsbi tact PlMtrttsi
diwi a Urilrmwl V. Pain tatfl
KfLLIAN LEARNING
LABORATORY SCHOOL
IN C0NWCTI0N WITH MIAMI tDUCAT'OS CENTER
(Sonv location Since 1961
OPfM ITS DOORS 'N SEPTEMBER, ON FULL TIME BASIS
GRADES 1 thru 6
0 Remedial Average
Perceptual Development Program
All Teachers are State Certified
and Experienced
All new Text Books for all children
Small Classes
E6/JTtAT0 Will BE AT MIAMI EDUCATION CfhJTfg
261 S. W. 124th STRUT
SUMMER PROGRAM BEGINS JUNE Mnj_________
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+Jmi*tntrtdton
Jnday. june lg
He is a good Temple member, lives an exempt ary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet mode his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If. you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.

MIAMrS MOtT MAUTlfUl IXClUIVtlV JIW1M CBMT*V
5505 Northwe.t 3rd Strtet Phon MO 1-7693


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LIOAL NOT1C1
Page 15-B
UCAI NOTKI
NOTICE OF
* ABEMOUSCMANS SALE
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for >.ilr I" Hi" liia*he*l l.lilil. r f'.r
...I the ai-ov '1.mi-|I..i| |ir..|i
.in.l Mr- Meson
ii.-il .-. Miami. Plorhln. Ihla tiff!

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTTTR is hi:i:i:i:v im i:\
IM'Ul r.....I .It-ir'ML- li
hi I'Uain. k.i unit, ih.
of KKI-s KKHTAIHCAN'T Ml \ vv
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NO"l Cl UNDE" FICTITKKjJ
NAME LAW
S.vric : is HKRBlil tirvKN thai
l I ri-aKj. ile-irini: to .um.
l.u-iutx uiuler ih II. titiuu* wiaif
,, v rm>\> i-ivn.ii-TR ac it;t
vv yHh HL. Ml.nui. VU>, lot-ink*
: .-j.il name with the <'|. rk
iiit r..urt ..f Lade County,
oki-ANI*. Mii.r.w
ltaj t .i-i
NO' CI UNOC* FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S.rTICal IK lirHHHV <;iVK\ that
, '. ... rM|iit!. il'rai u .iinutr
hu-ineaf under Ih* n.-titine- mini.
I.vIUvT TX'WV at UTS" W.-tvlev.
Miami, Florida J3I*T Intend*
-aid iiiimi with Hit i'lerk
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"E _i*.UNARV CERTIFICATE OF
KPOHATE DISSOLUTION
in TelE NAUrE AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
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Attorney fur i: C r. Buti rprl In.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2076
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All fn-.liion im.lAII l'.r>..ns
II.mh t'lataw ..r m-maiuls
A-:iiiii s. I i;-.i.ii.
T'.u nrr li.r.i,> n, i,i,..,| lin,i rP.
iuii.-.I tu DrfMMt an> claim* .-uk!
It'm.iiiils lni-h you may have anlnal
th- ffiai.. ,,f TTIJ.IK SIIAI'IKit. .If-
f.iMil Li',, of Dadc ('..u.ll^. Kl""|.|;..
hi ih<- I'mjntjr .linlB.s .,f |.;,,|. Ci.Un-
l ty. ami fil* th *;inif In duplleml*
;nt.l a-- pt.wi.U-il in s inn "JJ i...
PlorMa IHBltirea. In their uffi.-rM in
iiir i'.....ii. Onwthoru* in Dade Oioir-
ty. Plorldu. uithln i\ ralendar
m. nlii.s in.in lti- time of the fir>t
najhltrutton hereof, ur the mine 1ll
he liim- Dated at Miami, Florida, thin Xh
day of June A D. IMa
M>'i:i:is SHAPIRO
A Bkei-utur
fTrl publiratlnn of tlu- nolle* i.n the
Imh ilax of June. If>?(
AlllIKTT A\l> .- KI'MKKS
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10540
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ri >RFUT I I.KItXRK.
Plaintiff
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE. COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10785
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
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PIKRRR \\ ii.i.ia ..is
TO PIKHItE u il.I I \\is
N Carey Si
:.l i i in. -i. Maryland
\"\i IMKItllH vv ii.1.1 v.vis. :ir,.
hi r,-i,> notil I thai Ulll of i 'nm.
plalni for I (Ivori ban bi en filed
.il:..iii-( > ii. ,,,| yoH .ir, l.i|Uiled
Jo aorvc a on '' y Pleading i" iht Bill "l Comphiliii on
the MaJnUffa attorney/, SAM'. Kl>
H KKA.VIKl:. 11." S W Uih Slr.t-I.
Miami. Kit,ri.la 3JTM ami file the
mifinal Anever ..r Pleadtns In ihi
offli ..f Hie Clerk of il,.. in, mi
r..uri ..ii or be fun th. I7lh day of
July. IM0. If >ou rail t.. do an, ju.Ik-
m. ni b) default will be taken acalnal
yua f..r the relief dematnl. .1 in lh
Hill uf Complaint
Tlii> notice haii I.. pubUah
... h week f..r f.tur conaecUtlvi
in THK JKHISII rl/iltlMAN
DONH AXD UlU>RUKIl ill
Florida, ihi~ litli duy of Jun
mo
RR LQSrTHRRMAK, n, rlt
Cinuii Court, i ni,it. County, Florida
By: C. OOODMAN
I'eputy Clerk
Hn. uit Court Seal)
S VMiiHP II K-RAMRU
li:." N.w nth Street,
Miami. Phi
Attorney f..r l-iuintiff
ii 19-J6 7 ;i-l
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO VI.I. Tu WHOM TIUCMK PKI'.s-
KNTM siivi.i. ro.vn: i;i:i:kti.m;s
Win i. rk. MARVIN A H>>l.i I H
Coral Oubtee, Flondu; A.viKI.IA II' I.
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il. .1 i .in. I'oral i ;.ii,i. -. I'l.-i uia ili.l
.in ii till daj of June, v l
i;iu-i i.. i" incorporated under ihi
nf ill. stati ol Pkiriila M VH
VI.N v Hi "I.I.I H V\ I i 'i i.vi PAX V.
I\i' a corpuraili i, with n> pritn pal
place ( i.n liiee"i Mtnml, Ihuli
County in the si.,-. i Klorldn, and
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ii- i-nrporate name to MARVIN v
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DHMIIY, Samuel, T7. IWI finrflelil Si
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OS Ave .VI II. RtvcrAde. Interment
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UCAI NOTKI
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HI7KEHY OTVRX thai hv !
virtue .f CaapUr R7H "f Kknida elai
Utea Annotated i it'll i Wan hou.-.;-
mi ii ami Warehouae Receipt* where-
in ,VHK VAN' I.lN"l-"> a Klorida r"r- ,
|...r.n...i by virtue of lln war. lion-.
lien hai- in itn ptmai aatnn the Mbw-
Ina .I. Kcrtbed property:
I.'mhI llou.~t-lii.l.l Kii"le n> the pri.perty i
of Mrs Sharon Brown white* ktal
known addrean was list NW mat
M Miami, Florida and that on the
1'iHi Any "f July. rK butal hour* oi Bale, mainly between
u mi foren.....i ami 2..... iii the after-
noon at 2136 N.w jitii Avenue.
Miami. Florida ilie r.'ilernlj led -hall
offer for -.,! i" Ihe hlahi .-i lilddi I
.,-1 in ha i ,l ih. ai.n ih -, rlhi .1 pro-
perty of Ml'.s SHARON KI'.nWN
l ... il Miami Ploi Ida, ihi> 17th
da) "1 June, i'.'7"
; 19-31
Abraham Tabochntk, Poet,
Literary Critic, Jewish Editor
Of JTA Dies At Age 68
NKW 5TORR (JTA \ : ihara
Hit Tahael | in-
erary ci Itic nml Jewish priito
ifcicc 1941 of th Jewish T< le-
(eraphic Agpney, d-.-\ s.t,!- ..> .,i
the a.i- gl 18 llr. TaiuhEhnik, ivho
ni thn time ol hi- death vviis in
the process .f working on .i major
literary anaknis of tho Jewish
p ,i\-\m- :iit infj poet Ii/ik Mang-
er, was born in RuMfu and came
to the L'nHed States in 1921. He
ittonrhvl the Jewish Teachers
Scminnry fr.m Uri-l-'iO. H. was
tho anfttor oi narrierous essays,
pomos. and critical anafjras. Ho
was the i-ditoi- of the Yiddish lit-
erary qjnafterly, Vo^sh.ill. since
1!*W. Did a merrtheT nf the Yid-
dish Writers Union, Yiddish P<-n
Club, and a contributor to Yid-
dish pt-riiidicrilK. A foitrior niht
cilit.ir ol the JTA, he translated
irtieies from EncUaS into YiitdLsh
for the J.-\vi>h Ray-Jotn-nal and
the Forward.
MM. FLORA RAU
Private service* f..r Mre Fii.n*
rSerber Rau, the mi.tlier of Miami
McW* i.'lumiiiM Herl. R:iu Was h.-lii
VV I'm -i!.,v
Mi- luni. '.". died after a brief
llliu-Ki Mitmlay in St Pranda
Hoepiial si.e ii\...l at 1064 Colling
.v.. Mlam Bench
A Miami reiiileni for -"-' yeara
Mi- i:.iu former!) lived In Lake*
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MONUMENTS INC.
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140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
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Secretary ot State
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NOTICI V tJBLICATION
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMI
' L I v ENTM, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOKipA IH AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
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SUIT PO* WVORCE
v ll\.Vi.M.
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Circuit
Ida
Ml iRKW HIKIN and
I'M l. MS \T vi.k
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IUTHARD A OROBS
101 l.in.i>ln Itivnil
Miami Beach, V I
Aii..rn. u-i for Mnrrl- Stein
and I'.iul Dlnatafe
Rj JURR1 \ i;i:".-'s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
n RIB Batati nl
Is VI" 'RE KIS'lll'i:iN
I .... a >. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Pennine
ll.n |n| 'lliltll- II I 'email.I-
AaalilNl SanI H.-lale
Yvu are hereby notified ami re-
<%} 'I'lark .nfs_rbe quired to preHeill ail) .lallll- ami ill

NOTICE UNOCA FICTITIOUS
NAMl LAW
NOTICE W HKRKHV lilVP.N
Undi 'It -iril'B :' : ':'
. In-ill.-., un.lel III. fl.lill.'U-
vviilll. sTllnn APARTMKNTU
i ,. I n v.. Miami r.i -... h l>'ie
.u,,'> i ii id latead <. n i"i
in,I name with
.i.|
f rjfc- I'lii'v Pit-
mnnda which yu may havi aniliiHt
111. e-late nl IS AI 'ilK PWCHBKIN,
deceaaed kite oi lasde Ci.unty. PIirfda.
lO th. COUBt] Judges Of I'.'Klt fi.un- |
iv and file the snme in ilu|illiat.
and aa prouReal in Haotmn *SS I'
I Ptoelda Statulee. In their office* In
i th.- County Courthouse In Daoe Coun-
iv. i-it ,i itl:i. withm -iv calendar |
tht ftt'in the time of tin fir-t
'J/fifity J^mtiffl f?kpd
JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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v. '
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nl :,iv''
T" Mr Pramil* I- li .1
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w >"U. ami you ."' reinsured
v. .. ..|.> ..t vitur .in-i. r
ii- k t" life I'.'.l nf I'timjil. "' "'
ulll Hi. lie) P VI i I.VV IT
KKY, e2 I Mi.,nu Beach, PlorMa and fill
nririiial Annui ur I'leailins in
,,f IV. il. rk ..f the Clr-
..r bel m th. It d .'
If v..a fail ti' 'I" av
will I., taken
lllef ilenilimlt !
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUtf COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. TO-10487
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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vv im.'i:i:p rosfSa
ii. f. i
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pulilli "II"
be iian i
rmreil at Miami, Klorhl
day of .lun. A.I' 1'7"
N I v- Biii ui'ii
Fir-i publication of thin m.u. on th.
lilth da> ..[ Jui 1991*
mv in;.- K vi'l vs. l'i 'Kin:
LBVIXSON .1 ki:mn
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Miami, Plorldn
\ii..in. j for i:\ei ui.f
t IS
NtME:M1-C444
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thi BIB ..f Complalnl
Thm notice ahnll l.e oul'llnlietl "ii.
t h uteek fi.r f.,ui ."u-e.utiv. weeal
I TUB J17VVUM KI>>Kll'IAV
l'"VK A\[i iRl'EKFUJ at Miami.
"i.la. thl I- .lav i>f May AP ,
It I.KATHKIlMAN.i lerk.
11. euiy Clerk
'irruit iN.urt. Dfule County, Flnniln
' i, uit I'nurl Seah
By: I. BSBKDEN
i vrt. kwitnkv,i:sy.
'-" I jr.,.In Road
I i.i ml Reach, KW'nlaV
S/1S I-1I-M
NCTlC* UMfXR FICTITIOUS
NAM Si LAW
ViT-h'SJ fH HUHKIIV UiVTftN thai
J" unAnrMK'ie.i. -slrma I" ensaa*'
' liu>ii\e*H under the fl.tlilou* name
'' S< iMKrrHINU W- at SIKH NW
-"h S! Miami. Fla intenda t.. re-
't'-r twiil nitrne with the Clef* "f
'I- cin-uit ct.urt nf Dad* County,
* rlda
ROUANS KN-Tr.I'.I'RTSKM INf
t, B-ii-i-:<'
ar. hi '-
ol Compaalni
filed a*.iin-t
and
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vv INIPKKD i"M'>
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i,v nutifk 'I f i< IM"
f.'.r inv.ir. I ia been
i,.u ,:i you ire reoulred In aerve a
cony "f v..ur Anawei or Pleading i"
., Rill ol Complaint on the l lain-
N.- attbrm I AI VIS i;< h .I'MAN.
... uiKiUMAN Hul.T/.MAV
C.n.-.ird lt|il.. Miami. Plorldn
fil. th. nrlKinal Anevv.r or l'l. mllnn
i ofnee << the Clerk . ,^it i'i,urt "ii ... before th.- Mth dat
Of lUlu, lTQ, II VOU fail t !
kj.licnienl by oefaull ill
aaiinal yu fef ih- relief
in tin- mil if Complalnl
Tliih in.in- -hall be publlfhed ono*
aaeh ,i-k for f..ur eoneeiullve week.
in THK.IICVVISII Kl.< 'llil'l v\
l-.NB AND DRDBRBI'
plortda. thl" loth duy of
Kit I.KATl!l-:l;.M.VN. rtr. uli '-ui't. Dmle Count) rTortda
It, CP COPBLAND
Deputy lerk
U'lrcuH t*"Urt .- ill
.;. H.I.MAN A llt.I.TZMAN
11im. Concord lU'iK
Miami. Plorlda 1.11J
i-hnne rrt-ftftsi
Attorney, for Pi..n,.iff ,.,_.,,. 3.10
ii Miami,
June A.D
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1988
In Ri: >l It* "i
ll.VRKY I. TAItW
IM-. a.-e.l ____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tu All Creditors and All Peraon* rfay-
liuj Claim* "i I'.iiiaiiii- AfilMl Bavin
li-:aii
Ynu art hereby notified and requlr-
,..t I., preeenl aM) claim* ami demande
whiuh vu mil h..ve afiunl tin- ea-
lat. ,f BARRY I- TAIt.W il.-a- !
late "f Dadt County, PlorldA, i" the
County Judcra file the name it tfupHcmta and a* pre
vi.ie.l in S-.tn i 7'i:t if.. Plorlda siat-
ut.-f'. in their ,,.ti. ..- m the C.-unty
Ctiurthouar In "' '"Uiuy. Pb.rhln,
withm (It calendet month* from thi
time r,t th.- firet publication hereof.
,ir ihe Hani, "ill h. I, ,rr.-.l
Dated it Miami. Klurnln. till.- Ilth
.lav nl JUne A 11 IM*
RI IRKHT I'AH AN
|*0| N VV .'^ill Slie.i
Mi .im. Plorldu
V- IM.u'i.r
Plr.-t iiul'll. atii n "f 11' ""'
Ui. "oh ilav "f Jun. In"
POSEN, K 'li' ""' '' '' I'
Attorneis for Administrator
tnd s.-vhi'l'l HuildiiiF. Miami I
6 IV-S( 7
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-T964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
Cjoraon j-imercil ome
373-5533
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY
i Swrs To Visit Our Showroom and Display For A Froo Estimate
On a Monumont or Marker of your choice,
lufuirrts Will Hot Oblige.* Ton In Amy Woy
3253 S.W. orh Stroot Phone 444-1614
'We Don't Sell for less But We Do Sell the Bost"
Look for tho only two story building in the block. ____
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Friday. Jm^ j3 .^
YOU CAN COUNT ON GREATER SAVINGS WHEN YOU SHOP FOOD FAIR!
OUR POLICY: PRICES REMAIN THE SAME ALL WEEK LONG!
th.Ht aovi. inspected western .,._
tot u5.oioia.u.s.GOV^otofO-^ P ""CUT,,
Bowcttvj BEEF Safe!
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
BONELESS
CHUCK
FOOD
TOP U.S. CHCICE WESTERS
BONELESS CHUCK FILET STEAK
TCP U.S. CHGICL-V\ ESTERN
BONELESS BEEF CUBES
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99
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. .
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICK
SAVE MERCHANTS
-3 GREEN STAMPS
FOR FINE NAME "RAND c II
OA -FLA. GRADE A f RFJSM I
FRYER QTRS.
TCP U.S. CHCICE-WEVTERN
CALIF.
ROAST
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89
TOP U.S. CHOICE \\ ESTERN
LONDON $
BROIL
THICK CUT
SHOULDER
129
BREAST
QTRS.
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MARTINSON'S
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1-LB. CAN ALL PURPOSE GRIND -'".
FYKE TASTE or
1-LB. CAN ALL GRINDS
FOOD FAIR COFFEE ...
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORI. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
V. ESTER'
SLICED
BEEF LIVER
59

GRADE 'A'-FRESH ICED-GA.-FLA.
FRYER PARTS
"BUY THE PARTS YOU LIKE BEST"
BREASTS WITH Rl
WHOLE LEGS
DRUMSTICKS
THIGH S-LIVERS I
AMERICA".' KC -4IFR
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SEASHORE S BARREL CU-
QUART
KOSHER
PICKLES
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GARDEN FRESH
TCP QUALITV
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RED RIPE LARGE
WATERMELONS
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SAVE
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INDIAN RIVER
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LAUNDRY DETERGENT
FYNETEX BLUE
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BOX .
LIMIT ONE BOX EITHER BRAND PLEASE, WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OP $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
CANS
AVBU""m OR
Hot Dog Buns
2 ofs 49c
FOOD FAIR FAMILY LOAF
ENRICHED
WHITE BREAD
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 10 -POOD FAIR CRfcAMtD
Cottage Cheese 2& 59
KING SIZE
1-LB. 4-OZ.
LOAVES
28-OZ. NO RET. BOTTLE
FROSTIE ROOT BEER
WITH PURCHASE OF 6 PACK
FROSTIE ROOT BEER
I CC D I AIR f I C RIDA kR( ^t 6 R
EGGS 2 s79
FRESH CUT SKINLESS A BONELESS
HADDOCK OA
FILLET O if
FRESHLY StlCEO mm -
Kingfish Steaks 59
BONUS SPECIAL I $1.79 VALUE!
I GILLETTE
ADJUSTABLE BAND
10-OZ.
NO-RETURN
BOTTLES
Setvcee *D<(ic AVAILABLE AT STORIS WITH SERVICF COUNTI
ALL MEATS APE SLICTD TO YOUR OROER
c sAvri6c-KRc 32-oz.ctn. ^-^ BABY WHITE FISH
RICH'S COFFEE RICH 39c
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE K>
SARA LEE FROZEN
SAVE 70<
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APPETIZER BONUS SPECIALI
CORNED BEEF
8J-0/ PKG. CINNAMON ROLLS
1 0-02 PKG LIGHT BLUEBERR Y
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MAPLE CRUNCH........RKO .
SAVE 40C LB.
QUARTER
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